Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00263
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00263
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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For New Record '

MIAMI (AP-Trivel) IUthor.
Hies predicted today this will be Bryant 9 Regents

the biggest season Florida ever
had with a virtual human floodof ,

visitors pouring Into the state

by land and air .
Eastern, National and Delta
Air Lines put on more than 200
extra sections to take can 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 ...
coming in from New York and
Chicago with 50 extra sections AlfJGOV.

added during the holidays In Change
all, Eastern figures to have Didn't AskResignations BRYANT
about 85,000 scats into Miami Dell Asks SpiritOf Are his choices final?

during the holidays.
Made In
"You Just don't get a seat on ,
a plane to Miami," a National

representative said, adding that TALLAHASSEE (API-) Cov. Cooperation

his line. had put on 80 extra sections 1st List Elect Haydon Bums said MOB- '

d.YH has not asked for reslg.
Sam T. Dell, Gainesville attorney named for, Farrls
"With more planes than ever nations from anybody d' by Bryantto
In service" he added, "It will ,k a nine-year term on the new Board of Regents said today the
certainly be a record influx during TALLAHASSEE, (AP) The Incoming governor, whe new panel must sit down with Gov,-elect Haydon Burns "In a
the holidays." Gov. Farris Bryant takes efflce J... I, said resignations t spirit of cooperation." ,

A Delta spokesman said 35 extra > made one last-minute were coming from appointive Dell said it Is too soon to comment about the regents board .
sections were put on to Miami change today in the nine* officers ".. a ,matterof and what action It might take concerning the controversial university
alone. He reported flurry member Board of Regentsand courtesy" trimester system, which has split Burns and Bryant

during Dec. 18-20 of college students the new group to operatethe "This la a wonderful opportunity to IVY the university system
and another heavy rush of state universities was approved He said be bad ae Intention of the state, and an honor which I deeply appreciate" said
traffic starting Dec 23. by the Cabinet un- of any wholesale discharge of the 82-year-old Gainesville lawyer."It .
animously. career employee after be becomes Is certainly too soon to make
"It looks like we will set an any more specific comments
all-time record," he added. governor than thaL"DeU. *
The action came one week BURNSBrink's
The Sunshine State Parkway, before Gov. Bryant will turn a Gainesville native served 24 years as Gainesville city
principal artery leading Into Ml- over the office to Gov elect attorney and In a similar position for other Alachua County com-
ami from north Florida broke munltles.
and the
Haydon Burns, Ippolnt.ments
all records Sunday with $67,* He la a member of the state St Augustine Historical restorationand
caused controversy
some Sam hellRAiNEsVILLE
39445 pouring through the toll between them. TheftIn Preservation Commission; Is a former chairman of the Floe
gates. Ma Development Commission. and past president of the Florida
Charles Barner, director of Bryant appointed Fletcher T. Set DELL Page II) Nine Year Term
tolls for the Florida Turnpike Rush of Orlando to the board

Authority said never before had for a three year term, In place BiographiesIn
so many auotmoblles used the of Chester E. Whittle, also Orlando DuplicateCHICAGO

superhighway In a single day Brief
"Overall in December there Bryant told the Cabinet Whit. ; .:
has been an increase of 419 :. \,
per tie had bowed out because personal .
cent over 1963," he said. "How. considerations "made It (AP) Police sought three men today who Marshall M. Crlser of Palm I ,K I ; It

ever, this figure can be slightly unwise for him to serve and bound two priests ln-a' church rectory jumped a guard member Beech eight and years a lawyer t

misleading because a year ago asked me to secure a replace and escaped with what officials described u a "large Florida Installment chairman of the
Land Sales
one section north of Orlando to ment." haul" from a Brink's Inc armored truck. ,

Wildwood had not been openedto Bryant noted that Burns has The robbery_wan almost! a duplicate of a church holdup Board Board of and Governors a member of the of Floe the

traffic." expressed reservations about in Paterson, N.J., Dec. 21. ida Bar Association. ,
In the five days ended last Bryant' appointment of the In Monday's robbery, the hog $511,000 after binding four
Sunday the turnpike took In board. But lie laid: guard was hospitalized with priests and guards who enteredthe o b.

$$262,713 In tolls, at an averageof "I have assured him that the head injuries, but the priests rectory to pick up the mon Robert M. Mtrgasj of Miami j'F-. !
about $130 per vehicle. Board of Education, of which were not Injured. ey. .
seven certified
years, public accountant
Troopers from the Florida he will president, is Inter The gunmen wearing Hallow Joseph W. Tottlngham assistant chairman of the Racing .
Highway Patrol said traffic during een masks and a ski hood _
ested In Florida's education manager of Brink's Chicago Commission chairman of j,
the weekend was "extra and with you he can take such bound two priest In a Roman office, aid he was unable toestimate the Advisory Board of the Llndaey .
heavy, especially southbound.. actions as the board desires Catholic church rectory in sub the amount stolen Hopkins Vocational High ./ <<',

r a He added "I believe you will urban Norridge late Monday, Monday. He said It was a School Miami, member of the
China AttacksIntervention' find these gentlemen anxious to then jumped the Brink's guard "chain store truck," which CUlaen's Board.1 the University 2 Marsii i Robert
serve under your leadership" when he arrived to collect the picks up funds for deposit from of Miami and thai bear ef advisors Criser MorganMIAMI
The nine members appointed,. church's Sunday collections chain storee* email businesses, of the University of MIami PALM BEACH .-
effective Friday Jan. 1, included One gunman put on the filling aUUons end churdIeI."W. lekoel. ef Business, and a / '..$/ghl Test Toren Seven Year Term
T> "" : guard' uniform and gained admittance don't know how much director of the government research J
TOKYO (AP) Communist Sam T. Den of Gainesville! to the armored truck money was taken," U. George council ef the Greater k
China charged today that President Outside the Divine Savior Dade Chamber of Como
nine years: Marshall M. Crlser Gruber of the Norridge police County
Johnson's administration of Palm Beach, eight years; church. He slugged the driver, aald,"We won't know until after mel'Ct. )
demonstrated during 19M that It drove the truck to ,
Robert M. of Miami
Morgan Inventory)' ef the guards' calls
has adopted a policy of naked seven years; Payne Midyette ofTallahssee. cemetery and the three men has been completed." a J
Intervention by violence In Latin fled with the money (In a clr.Brlnk'i ,' ,
America" six years; members officials declined to Here la the account of the ,.,
Peking's New China News of the outgoing Board of estimate the amount taken until holdup told by police and church Payne H. MMyeito of Tallahassee : ;
Control Baya Harrison of St. officials: six years, an Insurance .
Agency said the ouster of Bra- after an Inventory.In t .
Petersburg, five years; Dr. The armored buck usually executive who served In the
ullan President Joao Coulartlast .. ,
the Peterson robbery, three ..
Wayne C. McCall of Ocala .
; gets to the Divine Savior church House of Representatives from \
April was a good exampleof four years; Rush three years; gunmen wearing Halloween on Monday's between I 4S and Leon County from W4 to 1MT, ', -; ..
what happens when "one
Gert H. W. Schmidt of Jacksonville masks robbed a bank truck 110 pm. U arrived about S and a member of the TaUahas-, ,; ..
tries to break from theUS.
away while It was picking up the Sunday
two and John C. Commission
years: minutes after I p.m. see City
economic grip attain real
collection St.
Pace of Pensacola, one year. at Anthony'sCatholic Guard Robert Johnilen, M, of
independence and safeguard Church. The bandits .
national interests." (See REGENTS ea Page II) made off with the truck contain ISM BRINK'S M Pain II JI

Bay. Harrleeaof. St Petersburg

Billion Shot five years, a lawyer visiting -
$6 in the Arm Is PlannedFor professor of law at Stetson '

I University/ and past president of
the Florida Bar Association
/Java Harrison
Current chairman, and he only" Payne MidyellfTALLAHAJttKK ,
1965 Economic Health by Johnson two term chairman ef the 5'!. rETEIUUL'RG

Board of Control and a member s Ala Year Term Five Year Term

since July I, IM1.

By EDWIN L. DALE JR. will be strong In the first half all. the corporation and personal .Income r
of the year without help from tot. With a i
WASHINGTONPre: sldentJohnson's additional stimulus. However as the outlook now high economic
program for next shapes up, it should be another growth next year these tries 4
is to With the help of stimulus in very food year for the economy will bring to about M billion Dr. Wayne CMeralefOcsle. ,
expected provideabout
year the second half more to subtract I I.
growth could revenue g four dentist member
The main worrisome factor years, e a
M billion of stimulus for
well be brisk all year H.w. the much from private purchasing ef the Southern Academy ef t
the national economy, all of it ever, the total growth for, the Ia the possibility ef a steel power. Oral Surgery and a sail art*.

after midyear. year may not be quite as large strike. The President's program Is Ident of he Central Florida

While final decisions have not as this year's 140 billion. Many private I forecasters likely to mean e deficit/ of about Denial Society. On the bard ef t

been made. It Is probable that Thus It will be difficult, If have predicted e slowing downIn 15 billion In the regular budget Central store July 1,13.FletebK .

$2 billion ef the stimulus will not impossible, to reduce tileunempklymen& the economy hi IN second though the exert figure le not ,
from reductions In excise rate further next settled The deficit lor the cur 'f w .
come half of the year or even a re i a a >
taxes and the rest from higher year. The rate la now I percent cession. However these I.r. rent ISTblllton.An fiscal. .veer Is estimated at T. ..... OrlandoIM -.
cuts were made without any
federal spending biographical tfttsUa) er pie
clear knowledge of the stimulus cube Us nit ef $2 bO-
The higher spending will not The problem Is created by a to be provided by the federal Bon the most likely tigers Immediately available.
big la the number of
Jump teenage

be only In the regular or "'administrative government. would mea elimination of more

budget which is enter boys the labor and girls force expected The economy to The M billion of stimulus! will than a score ef tines Including Wayne McCall pert Schmidt
to rise from this year'sI97.J rotnwtirt.furs. .
expected the retail levies
could create M mil h 11 t e n wipe out what ts called "fiscal en (M'ALA JACKSONVILLE
billion to about I1M billion. ... leather goods
There will be additional new jobs next year, the same drag" the drag en the economy Jewelry Four Year TermJohn Tee Year Term_
stimulus from the operations of as this year, without reducing created by the rapid But K would not touch the GIrt M. W. Schmidt ef Jack.

ma afaeturets' twine las en soevUle,ewe ,owner ef the J
the See I II 1 Security, highway years Gulf Hammock ,
and ether In it fund"programs JUST PLAIN BLUEIS automobiles, nor the fates III Florida Tractor Equipment Ce.
tf present plans are telephone can.. tobacco pro* and president. ef the Florida
followed. .t.. anhote ""'a,.. er Feundattaa Inc. Current vice Land Offer

FINE FOR COPSNew gasoline. chalrmM ef lw Boar .f Co-
The stimulus from the spend- J trel and a member save July In I1cfusicd
big side Is expected to total J>, mi.
about M billion. York Time WHERETO
la UM view ef the President NEW YORK Exotic BM C for aetesnoMIe colon FIND IT a refuted today to buy the
advisers, a total economic slim- each as Alaska slat. er .,....... MM may be fine for wild wooded UOMO-aere Gull

akin ef M billion sUrtaig to enter stimaUtlag set. sale bet they are a headache te police C+mitt .MCJeeetfiW r Hammock track of land hi Levy
the nation's spending! trying t. Identify a eUJes vehicle JOe C Pare ef Psmaeoto, County today

stream after iUd year. shouldbe for 15-17 till year, retired hamlet CMC- Sitting "s the eutduor rocren-
.. baa
Ibie r.. the Meter Veblrle Drpertane jet
to fee economy
enough keep lineal
true and member ef the board development council the'Scat.
appealed U sneterfeU .. fere .. tbe fancy names and Lt...
growing strongly ...e 10 ef directors ef tote Si. JUg* rV Cabinet said DO thank to
write n simple! color idea fill ..t their. INS
a auuase they
The stimulus will be applied Otitweriee 2 per Ce. en DM Boer ef Central the offer .. the tail area's ow*.
rtgietratiM apolitttioew. "
in the second bait ef tbe year state Sept. _, '- *rt to sell It .m the state for
because the new budget year The department aged car owners U stick U standard Op*** ***! 4 III.] million

begna July L ExcM tai reductions celon sock u black brews MM sad tray, sad MI .. ... .... . 12.11 PacePENSACOLA Co*. atria Bryant said mat
would be effect/ then any ef the 117 cxetfe appdatlosM (feted kr auaefarterer the. outdoor recreational pUiv

sod the Spendine rise wtuldht- M a ear .to t....... both refers e ..U be listed. bet Weee/s 4 sins committee bad nrg.d the

n: then. Virtually all ecosmse simply, the department eaii. One Year Terse (fee UM ee Pate nHltllian
I '

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. m tticlii, :; : WcaiIici' Roundup Lists Duval Italy Finally Has '

Avoid Dues', N cds For

"j jx ,, .i, .'..\

Showdown SchoolsJACKSONVILLE A New PresidentROME

UNITED NATIONS, N,?. ZONES I (AP-More) Sarjgat -[decisive factor They gave him

(AP) The way was reported -- state funds for schools and in- (AP) Giuseppe total of 648. well beyond the

clear today for the U.N. General B, C, D Generally fair ) \l creased local support are among' 66, first Socialist presidentIn a 482 necessary

Assembly through Wednesday. Low to- financial recommendations State Italian history swore faith! to In Moros
to clean up year-end The four parties
night in the 50s Mostly northeast S : ; the nation and the constitution
business without a showdownover \ Sen. John E. Mathews' committee coalition Christian Demo-
\ thundered
to east winds 110\ 15 today as a 101-gun. salute
the.Soviet Union's vole .1 urges to combat the costs: from the Janlculum crats, Socialists, Republicans
Assembly PresIdent: Alex miles per hour.A ** of Duval County public educa- over Rome and Saragat's Democratic Socialists

Qualson-Sackey or Ghana was A ':'tIY' tiwdy? end friiif w.l- tion. Hill. former foreign could have elected

expected .to ,tell the assemblythis n.Nf.y Lewert tonight I ln'1 tM 501v.ri.bit The slate Increases It accepted The portly of office Saragat, but about 150 Chris
w"'ell' te it knot ttireuonWednemer minister took his oath
mornIng that ha had by the Legislature and the tian Democrats turned In blank
before a
I. f, 0. \hI G."v" telrthrough standing stiffly erect
worked out'an with would help the school ,
agreement Wetfneidey. Lew tonight M governor, of Parlia ballots.
key delegates 04. VerleMe meitly northern to e.:l systems of all 67 counties. combined session It was a double defeat for the
him to a
.Inellilo elected
II tnllx per hour I ment, which
Diplomatic sources said the J, K Centrally fair through We*- Among the Mathews ommlttee's en the'Christian Democrats, Italy's
f e>dey. Low tonight' 11. Nort"...., to seven-year term Monday
agreement would let the assembly Mil wino | ,le JJ-'Jf"C'" ,.Ow'. ,. recommendations to the 21st ballot. He succeeds Chris-. largest and dominant party

elect four 'new Security usssgr LegislatureThe : Antonio Segnl, since World War II. They failedto
t.TIMI'III4TUU' OL5IWHISSr ;, tlan Democrat
Council members and adopt a Giovanni Leone their
elect ,
stopgap budgetary resolution by ;' L'"'', Jk GAINESVILLE WEATH- state pay the full cost who resigned because of illness. and
the J..I"" '' A 71 'S MunlclpafjAlrport; I of driver education training.Du-( The 13 bitter days of ballotingleft official candidate, theycouldn't
procedurethat 10115.1 aTanae Communist votes
y 'ii", us readings 'lor;,124 hours to S val County paid $85,000 towardthe Christian Democratic Premier keep
was lifted on opening) day, \ decisive. The result
AII.n" from being
51 1N. center-left
... am. today: High 72 degreesat program the past year.) Aldo Moro's
Dec. 1, to elect the O'is.ni ed asIwbo the shaky position of
I and admit president :III 2) 3 p.m.; low 46 at 2 am. -The state completely fin- government[ ridden by rivalry
Malawi Malta and
Zambia to U.N. W''no'Nusysl'' '' .... At U "II Rainfall none. ance textbooks for all, with !the and in danger of collapse.Horo's the divided party.

membership.The :::: I : at ALMANAC proviso that a study be made to Christian Democratic U Popolo, the Christian Democratic

agreement reportedly Din...' coy in n us Sun et redey S:3I: e m. determine if paperback textbooks party was badly split. organ, warned today of
included a preliminary Informal C,. lunrlM tomorrow 7:2..m.:
Worth of Internal
: IS as the "grave phenomenon
b. Mow") tomorrow 4:n i mNew would be economical. Although Saragat Is pro-
poll to resolve race between, "'ng.ln ; 00 4)) esasIbI Moon .. about which
., 31 as ..04ClDAIl SnowmaN CONITILLATION -Adult and vocational educa- NATO and anti-Communist, the Indiscipline,

Jordan and Mall for a council I Kiy Orion, In Muthmt .. 5:4): p m. tion be separated into two cate. Communists' 253 votes were the the party must make an attentive -
seat. This would give the assembly TlptSTuMOey VIIIICI Pt.aosonJunbus and examination of
.. would be
high overheed It em.eturn One
four unopposed candidates High' at II,SI em' end n win :... ... e Ji g m. gories. programs conscience.."
.!JO'II pin Low et. i w taken toward school diplo
e m. and 4H: Men high overfeed t M e m. high
could. elect. by acclamation. -.m; Venut, rltn '" ., J M e.m. mas and publicly financed. Theother IiiT1iI The independent newspaper II

[ commented that
That would put off a Soviet-- category would be nonessential -:
; "Christian democracy must
}More About courses for vocational ,
(APp) Wlreghete te lilt Sun) US showdown over Article J9 I rediscover its unity, lacking
of the U.N. Charter. The assembly training! or cultural activities, to : ,
which it loses its function as

Dodge Widow lo MarryGregg after finishing the' essential' Bd..of be Mathews'made self-sustaining.committee also proposed -I CapitolWASHINGTON 'democracy's. stronghold and as

business until Wednesday would recess :; Regents legislation applying to Du. the party of the relative major-!

Sherwood Dodge, 41, widow off auto multimillionaire around Jan. 11. val only for public accounting |ty"

horace Dodge Jr., confirmed Monday she Article 19 says any U.N. school via (AP) Sen. Sara gat is an exponent of cen
of internal : accounts
would marry Daniel D. Moran a former New York member two years behind In '. Fjrom:: Page 1 newspaper advertising; allocation A. S. Mike Monroney of Oklahoma -ter-left government, both by
total the
assessments shall1 have the for
City policeman. The two art pictured in her Palm no believes race commitment and as a memberof
Peach home.LATEST.. vote In the assembly. The Soviet I The varying lengths! of terms(system. of money Jacksonville for a state without Junior assistant Senate Democratic' the Moro Cabinet. Political

Union Is 'more 'than two years was necessary to put the boardon Bryant and Burns conferred college at state funds for leadership will end with his own experts speculated that some

CHEEKS behind because it will not ,pay nine-year staggered terms, for! nearly two months over the decreasing public education any In grades 1-12; selection as a compromise. arrangement may emerge in
assembly assessments! to finance :with a different member's term
Communists would
appointments after which the
Robert L. Young, resigrv- I Comedian Bob Hope played I the: Congo and Middle- expiring each Burns will he Bryant said and an annual conference of Monroney said In an Interview
year. would take role In center-
ed Monday as vice president of nine holes of golf and then put East peacekeeping operations, appoint successors during his Burns's recommendations -school and public officials in the Monday the contest Is a close play a strong a
,Into consideration left regime.
tins Curt 11 on a 90-minulB show for AmerIcan which It contends are Illegal. term of office county on school plans. one among three senators
airmen and their families Burns would have to The committee also proposeda John 0. Pastore of Rhode Is- President Johnson congratulations
llihlng I The
United States it should With
says approval of. the board oi work with but
board of to Saragat, un.
and Manilla today. be law guaranteeing Duval'sohare land, Russell B. Long, of Louisiana -
not allowed
to vote. education the secretary of state But, despite, repeated meetings -|' official reaction at the State Department
track for
f of of race taxes and Monroney.'WASHINGTON .
Diplomatic sources said !issued
no commissions, putting the the with
two men could not was tinged res
and Jill 'schools.
The total $220,000
progress was made Monday toward nine men officially ihto office( ervations.The .
.' 'C h 11-- agree this year It went for county
iPub settling \that dIspute They pending confirmation by the
Finally, Bryant said after Italian president is largely
| roads and streets but the County AP The
maga said ; ( ) -
Secretary-General: U Thant Senate during the next session hundreds of telephone calls a figurehead, but in times of
His resig Commission has voted to State Department says Investigation -
might appeal to "thaWlIbly The! regular session '
around the
convenes state,, he decided on government crisis he names the
Is the channel schools the
for it to startingnext is continuing into
voluntary contributions to 6.Bryant's.
April the >ine. Ha., and he dissolve
picked five
In of new premier can: -
f.llAlthough of
a long two
Improve U.N. finance reported illegal export
*,.crippled, next step was to the seven members of the Parliament./'He also has
of -
man small Haiti
sources new to
American fighter planes
by unpaid assessments. draft a to the 1965
message board of control because considerable influence on politi.
agement changes at Curtis. The recommended
company publishes the Saturday The sources reported, ,that Senate! ,, submitting the nine appointments -Dr. Charles Forman of Fort the money committee were basically- last September.A cal trends.fct'tuarietf.

Evening Post Ladies Qual on-Sackey got the agree- for confirmation. Lauderdale and Larry of department spokesman de-
Holiday, King
called for reassessment of property :
ment of delegates from Jordan, Such quick action was necessary -Miami
Home Journal and American declined appointment. This would 1 Increase. tax med Monday published reports Home In addition to Jack and Mall, the Soviet Union, the United to ward off threatened at- Then Bryant said, he notifl. million' that it had persuaded authorities .
for schools by $1
States and others to an Informal tempts by COY. elect hayden ed Burns. money to drop the Inquiry in or- Prtf turwrai, ,,"nfltfntfit.f M funiratOlICM
upward, depending on the reassessment rM DO*.
Jill.OUTING voting plan.Delegations Burni to nullify the appoint- Burns offered a compromise formula. der to avoid unveiling techniques GEORGIA; JOHNSONMiss

would file throughTbant' ments. Rumors said he would asking to be allowed to Eight members of the committee of the Central Intelligence Georgia Johnson, 89, a
.The Duke of Windsor took a ballots Into a box stating drop their seek from to the withdraw Senate the names office appoint four members. Such an signed the report Mathews Agency. former resident of Hawthorne,
appointment would give him a said Assessor died during the weekend in
hour ,
one automobile tour of except
preferences the candidates -
among I In advance of the session
majority in
Houston Monday an4 when he for the four council seats ,and ,submit his own. But one year. Ralph N. Walter while a law I Daytona Beach.
Bryant declined s eying WASIU'lCAP( ) The She was a retired schoolteacher
returned to Methodist suit seeking to force reassessment -
Hospitalhe (AC Wlrephgte that become vacant at the end But of
) M tin Sun) Secretary State Tom there hill
wasn't lime
said he enjoyed the outing of the the Netherlands lo check In time for the 1965 tax FBI has asked police depart with 50 yesrs serviceIn
"very well." Foreign Minister GiuseppeSaragat to succeed year Norway Uruguay to I his a former senator, said four before the board of educa- roll Is pending. ments to spell out the precise Palatka and Daytona Beach

was elected fifth president legal staff researched the lion meeting. "And," he said, i Final arguments were heardIn nature of morals offenses and had resided In Daytona
It was the first time he had succeed Brazil, Malaysia to succeed question and concluded although
: I If the board
of Italy Monday. Sara- Czechoslovakia disapproved, then the suit Monday and Circuit against government employe Beach since her retirement. A
left the and Jordanor
hospital undergoing gal (6, became the country's Mall to succeed DO direct law was found I'd have lost my last chance to Judge William L. Durden said when submitting fingerprint native of Johnson, Fla., Miss
abdominal Morocco
an : that I In
operation withdrawn from
Dec. 16.The first Socialist chIef ol slate, If either Jordan winning with crucial Commu- Following Bryant's announce Hawthorne Church
files. Baptist
something ne.r< the required Monday afternoon. |
former king of England/ stat backing on the tint ballot Bryant, a former representative ment of the appointments 1 A bureau spokesman said for 72 .'
two-thirds majority the other yearpSurvivors
was accompanied by the duchess or marathon ,' agreed. Burns threatened ; .
a parliamentary to take thi: Monday the request merely reiterates include two nieces
/hospital administrator Ted would withdraw! If they were Adams said the board of education 3fore About
election matter to Later
(See story on this almost even, they would discuss court. he denied policy of long standingand Mrs. Michael Paul of Daytona

Bowen, nurse Pat Temple, and page) [splitting the two-year term. would not vote to approve saying he would go to) has nothing to do with the Beach and Mrs. Lydia Hudsonof
the driver. and
appointments then
court and Issued a statement I Walter Jenkins
recent case. Palatka Tom
: a nephew,
|come: back week later and LandFrom
saying court action
was not re Jenkins resigned as an assistant Johnson of Johnson; three
More AIJOutBrink's vote to change: !them, Indicating
Carol Burnett Is back at't !the board behind quired. to President Johnson after two cousins, Gus Martin of Quitman,

work after 10 weeks of treatment was solidly Asked If he. thought the appointments arrests on morals charges were Ga, Mrs. Charles Birt of Haw

,. for a back and neck InJury Bryant. la would stand, he ; Page 1 made public. His resignation I thorne and Mrs. John Allen of

I"l I '. which she resulted Bryant's move appointing said. "We'll just wait and see." was asked by the President.J.OhllS0n Albany, Ga.soulwas .
,, say the
board within 10) days ol the
"" But he threatened
to "use'
from five of state to buy the land which
years pratfalls.
-' end of his term roused Burns to
every legal tool that's
available'lies inland from
; The comedienne Kay
i up blast both the action: and the to
: me when I become
j. Monday for a rehearsal of the From Page ] law setting up the board and to nor" to nullify the gover The committee said the state i ,
CBS-TV program "The Enter appointments. would make enough money on-]
threaten to take the matter to
( ..to'fAX suburban Alslp entered'the rectory the deal to pay for the land.
court and lo use legal I Rusk In
and noticed the Rev. Walter every Then, he blasted the 1963 law But Bryant said, "We cannot

CHIEFSheldon Morris M, pastor of the mranj available to nullify the setting up the board of regents I achieve assurance It can be

S. Cohen church, sitting tied In a chair. appointments to replace the board of control: done self-sufficiently It is a Talk ., M*. IIISY M. 'u.nttt .
S7t a native Bryant declined: to speculateon in TodayJOHNSON
running the ,
Johnslen was Immediately hit universities. marvelous property. It Is tervKel rwII Olin M Sowere :'
of WainI what Burns could do. ann e.. meclmnk will be held
from behind of the "It Is most regrettable that but cannot take It." _.,. Doc_
by one gun unique: we el III:M A M en w
ington. has Burns said he wanted to control the .. .... .
: governor's office would I CITY Tex. (AP) b> 30. l 4 et /IIe'n' Method
had been .
men. a
Hi supporter *. I, Kutlend
selected I the board because he favored Clturdt wltn D ten.Vclind
The Rev. Richard Burke 31 permit legislation to pass that of the Idea of acquiring the President Johnson meets today me ....Ic... lurlel 1 will be 'In
by Prenident I wiping out the trimester would of State Oreen Cud Cemetery neer Groveland
provide for( the term of land from the beginning b with Secretary: Service el 3 MPM
Johnson to be .1 had walked Into the, room just 1111 win Cemmlttel Ihe'e
In effect in the unlrverslUe )
system now the Rusk and Presidential me. direction el wliiimsThIm.s -
newly created Dean under
board of
I before the regents -[said he had changed his mind
the nation's top guard arrived and returning to the Pun,,., Home.lUTTS .
to begin 410 before Assistant McGeorge Bundy to
tax collector and after the three days, as being .in the best Interestsof
i semester It was one of Mil MA* AST t. funerel
system. the -
governor of office\ review world developments.
out ,
goes : the atate.Howrver .
His nomination ,. masked men had tied Father tervicei tor Mrv Merger$ Iurrt.
I his campaign promises. I he said. the state left the The three also were to discussthe : ege Sb. hemewile will' M Held
Morris to ,
as Internal I a chair: with surgical .
If Bryant appointed the board, I el II M A w en Tuetdey December
(API Wlrepne, Ie Hi. lust. Revenue Servo tape and gagged him. Bryant said the Legislature door open in case It wants to State Department's budgetfor es.esos05oroweoowluo'prsnoCnoaoo
1 he said repeatedly, the board set the with Key lerl.. Peee .
Woolworth Donahue, SI, and ice Commta- Father Burke was knocked to up board of regents as it resume negotiations later on the next fiscal year and go me ......... turlel, will bencHen
would favor the trimester sys- did in an effort lo It personnel matters. III ... )0O I.I .
I the floor keep out with the owners. over I Ctory 0040
Senate ConflrIGNOItEU by and
actress Mary Kartllne Carl-- one gunman ,
tern because he did and would of et WOblamo-Tusnas unerelIJOHNION.
ion, II, were married In a bound with tape. I politics and away from control Ally. Gen. James Kynes had Rusk and Bundy, presidential

prkale ceremony at his Long After the guard was hit, he (pick such men.denied the charge I of any one governor. ![advised the Cabinet to rejectthe assistant for national security I Mill) lonai'* rvnertleervKee 1

Hand estate at Ca iv Orion, was tied to Father Burke with 1 Brj ant the He said the outgoing governorwas proposal. In a formal opinion affairs, were to fly to the Prenident's -, trimester
saying systemplayed given the retired tcnent teecner sew Mveert
N.Y., en Saturday the New I authority to make lie said there are no ex- ranch from Washington ten ce to Peletkt end Deytene
tape.The no part In the choice the appointments because the oecR, Mil be dew. et ass m enWedneMey
: clauses for the state and morning. I '
York Dally News said Mon- A new work by the controversial three masked men, one of of the nine mm. "Actually," ke would be cape December ff. IsIS tOreveme
soon out of office and Florida shouldnt Into George McGhee U3. ambassador ,
that Hewmeme Cemetery win
day. It was the third marriage poet Yeygeny Yevlush- them reported as very nervous, said. "I favor the quarter *y.-whatever Influence he get to Bonn who Is home for ..... .MIoan Sulusas N.m. ,.
for both. Donahue Is a IB, and Dlmltrl Shot- then went Into action One robber '[ familiar might such agreements unless It "assure c...ee M trreneemenle. Mnn JelwMewmemek
composer tern I'm more
have (with the board consultation will uOs ...
) would be It could handle It. fly to the us. san a N.m's al
cousin of Woolworth heiress lakovkk i put on Johnsten's Brink'suniform ,
was dt d the weeeendber
virtually Ignored I with II. dureif
dissipated and he would ranch Wednesday to review developments .
Barbara O51a 01,1 5I' S -
HuUon.STROKE, by Moscow papers. and went outside. He I But five of the nine mea hepkked be least likely of anyone to exerclse in West Germany.Johnson's e( .... MMmtmt Sepmt CnwcJIer

Only the Labor paper Trud I gained admittance to the armored a majority 'were whatever power flows Viet Nam statement that he nyeert.JONII. .

reviewed the truck and slugged the ( M*. JIMMII C. rvnereleervtte
work written by members of the board e' e ntrol from the appointments would review with Rusk and tbr..Mr Jowl wIIIM.- .... et

Bud Abbott surviving mem. Shostakovich for symphony or driver Bernard Condos 27. that net BD the trimester, Bums also blasted the numerous Bundy "ambassadors through I I..... in ,_. December If. IMA

her of the Abbott and Costclli, chestra.: bass soloist and mixed The other two men, who bad -- -- conferences he had with Chiefs Talk out the world" appeared to be Inline a.t me Tnoien Sow, CeMey ctwrcK eendyiltnl er curiet" wiwrtner lt>toenricee.

comedy team, Is being treats I choir: He based It on Yevtush- rifled the rectory safe of about Bryant saying they were unproihictive. with reports he plans shifts IwM wW fgliete M 1'1.I t
for enko's "The Execution of 1200:: ran outside and drove In a Mother Tot : : me recMeil el.
a mild stroke at the MotionPicture Stepan in 11 to 9) ambassadorships. :r.1.. Hem* el Trtn.KI
House and Ratln." car behind the truck: to a cemetery He On CrisisSAIGON Official
Die in Fire charged Bryant with sources In Washington
Trud j 1. "HT1. M*. _
praised the composition,I near the church. WILCII Pwwreleemrn
A hospital official said Monday anting to control not only a denied that McGhee or David K. 5...M.. XMeXK .IIIM MMet
but made no mention of The men quickly loaded the Nam | 00 P_
In MiamiMIAMI majority of the appointments South Viet E. Bruce ambassador to London en TW.UV. December
the year-old Abbott wa i YeVtushenko. Yevtushenko Into their handcuffed If. KM et Mt Cermet oasis.. CIMK
was money car but also the chairman and the liAD-Lt. Gen Nguyen would be involved In the 1 sew nan A. HOMI te.ductii.fi mel
to the hospital Dec. 18. denounced by former PremierI Gendck to the cemetery l wOw SwM *il Milt Humvr*
API-A young mother length ef term for each mem Khanh. Viet Nam's military shifts. .
lie well.said the comedian Is dolni I Khrushchev but later "confessed" -fence and ( ",. eight months pregnant, and ber. commander and his general! The shifting is expected to I I rr M-'oc'ow.* -'*. iieii." ....et.... Susan sos 0,50 tree.Gainesville II'
04' $05 ..
his rnnconooe -10. ._
errori. Heinz Beer, art ambulance I her Infant son died today In an 1 I "I'mitT these conditions" he staff flew to the seaside resort:start in January with the naming 5t lou 04

driver far ih. MnrrMmt. flea- d""*, explosion and fire Ia their tiny I said There was not much I',of Cap St. Jacques today for of aevea ambassadors and a

More About partment; had gone lathe rectory frame home In southwest! Miami. .-"could: do and I certainly could,,conferences apparently aimed'at i'minister to vacant posts. :

to see Father Burke. He not accept this as being a lair ending the deadlock: with the Johnson la still working on Us Sun

heard muffled sounds and. found The body of Mn..MaUie Lafc proposal for resolving the que%!Unftnd Stales I;State of the Vision message. He

I Dell' the two priests and the guard ry. %t. was found on the hitches: ton," he said. I The United Stales has been .discussed: it by phone Monday PublurwJ tvmlng txetpt
Father Burke had managed to home f estimated MOO;with Rush Saturday, and Sunday ,rontr -
floor of the one-bedroom Asked about Burns's conduct holding back an Secretary of Defense I Ie Go"notnSlle ft*.

dial police after the three gunmen -Her son Robert 1,. *15 found.. during the conferences Bryant nullion offer of expanded aid for I Robert S. McNamara and ethers. Company ot 101 SIC1ICVUTION

From Page 1 left.Johasten. under the bedroom dreser\ laid: 'He lus not reached a Viet Nan since: Khanh and Ida rtmswOti. 1orIda

was hospitalized for The woman's twin lOftS Ro -i I position I thought consistentwith [generals ousted the tl, JaIl\ Johnson Md newsmen at an sad e"onnesf an MOftof clean

League- or- Municipalities- '['paving. I lacerations to the ,head. He was aid an4 Donald, sere discovered I my pmsitMUty" 1 High National Council on \'informal session on the front 'taoSn05 Gcsowst"eus, ,sO'F'e'ds. Pose. OtfCI of

Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar| He was graduated In 19*,, reported to be to satisfactory by firemen\ standing fully !!i la a prepared statement b- :a and arrested a number or I!lawn of the LBJ Ranch Monday SATES IT

Assn., Gainesville Chamber of,from the University of Florida, condition. clothed and unharmed In front'weed dunag i his sew, eon-political leaders. that DIn Monday's State of the emus 01 MAIL

Commerce and KIwanIs dub. of the biasing house. I Hrrcncc yesterday. Bryant laid The I'mMd States has dreaadrd !1 Union message win be brief and I Week 45

He Is actively: engaged In the I'Law School, and three years Arm JlissingBA.'iGKOK [ John nnkley. a neishbor. said he mad the appointments enj thai the council white win emahaiiM recommend J ...... SUS.II.

practice of law with the firm later was married to the form. tie beard 'something like an et- I the bosh el sttecttoj these I was South VJrt Nams pmtljnaal /boos be would like t* see ceo.udered oneS sAscroo's, pan

of Laionby. Dell Graham Will i:er Elizabeth S h a a d s. The Thailand (AP plo ton" Just before the bout test a'. by Interest back-' I k-fsUttrt, be reisetated'i 3 premptlyHe M 10'4 50Mo'sti --.

cox and Barber and his ',couple has two daughters, Ann, More than,!lot weapons ranging burst into flame but cause 01, round and the ability to de- j some form. R alsa> warns thIpoliriral Adptared three thick _, 50 -vd.f 5usej eO

efforts have led to Iraa'i'Dell, now studying in Rom. /from pistol te machine gun !be fire WM sot difcrmin.x' ote 0* necessary time to .I' prisoners released. I owe-lr notebooks which aeuud C"IUIoI

Ivltlei In several fields, Including ,'and Mrs. Gordon R BllU-h. we1 mwmit from the Thai air mmrdiately *it 'ID moke the most con- Kbaak las hinted that be to Contained saggrstloiis tome 5 La'N- -an .. -- S

real estate Umber, can-'Philadelphia. Pa. orre arsenal, police said today Officers said Mrs. Larry IP.1'f'Uy r,.rt ,4 work to assure Ftortn& : -'ready to da without American i iI agencies would like sum loumkter -- csn, *0 a.

i Crete product and building!!: The DeUs |Ih ep' "wNMr Tut rhe weapon were believed to lived a*, W" k* ,. ft: maximum opportune!lid rather.!: tfcaa give to w Wash.nrtoa : before wntirg SI ts me* ---05 --us .S. --S

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.Qictfue5tlil1 .sun THE The Morale : :

.**lt *. MAMIiON, Pnsiewlf Of Viet NamBy
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Florida. Beautiful I; ; *J ID JOHNSON VIC. Pri:2 .._
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University City'r tl t IMIOLt, Vk rmMMl AI By RALPH McGill JR.
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Ylce Pr.,5..I4 I M4 ClrcolMlM. M.._, 01 t.. AtlMb t0..) _'"'" lJr 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 rue
1. Report tits newt fully End Impartially In l+i. news columni. Our government
'; 2. {xprtii the opinions of the Sun In-but only !tditoriali. fully that no country can be defended against itself, and that

3. Publish' oil sides of important controvcriiol I...... therefore we have no alternative than to negotiate, or standby
DemonDemocracy t while this is done, the neutralization of South Viet Nam.

The Sim's telephones: All departments 378-1411 t: Finis-and heaven only knows what else In the area. If you

a F I hold any Southeast Asian bonds, sell them short, friends.
r But what else could we have done? the apologists will! say

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

Nothing at all. There was nothing left to be done.It .
[ I I Nothing.
Still Only Token MixingSchool In the centuriesold struggle Isn't, after all, a figment of the American Imagination that

to equalize the rights of the situation In South Viet Nam Is falling to pieces it is.

man (not to equalize individuals No one knows from one day to the next who will lead the

Integration finally is underway are unable to initiate or maintain an obviously Impos- country, or how much authority the leader will have. The

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

number of Negroes attending public notified the local school board or college sung the same old song. The 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 cen- want short of coming to terms with the Vietcong. In the countryside
tury to century. One Is reminded demoralization Increases, and in the
the many areas
doubled figure of given them reasonable time adjust
has to current a to
of this by the cur "In A Pinch, You Can Always Try Sensationalism." Vietcong rebels are treated more.hospitably by the local pop-
63,850. to the conditions. rent outcries against the U.S. ulation than the Vie tnamese

Supreme Court which has affirmed Army. Can we, under the

These figures are reported by Con- "* In addition, Title IV requiresthe a rights act by the circumstances, fight an effective

gressional Quarterly. But they go on Office of Education to report Congress as constitutional.For l. MORALISM, MAXIMS AND I SLOGANS counter-action? The

to point out that the recordImpressive within two years on progress of de- example: answer is we cannot. By the
On July 4, 1851, David Ga- time we have staged our with-
still segregation at all levels and author-
percentagewise means vin South drawal
Carolina planter, which seems to me
that only 2.14 per cent of the eligible izes the Office to give technical and made his daily entry in his at this point all\ but Inevitable

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

enrolled in integrated schools.In local school system in the process of "TODAY IS the anniversary Foreign Policy Illsthe as everyone agreed In 1949

desegregation.The of American independence. concerning China, that whatwe
did was Inevitable: the
the 17-itate southern and border ." he wrote. "I haveno native
population signed the
region, however, 10.8 per cent of time is coming when nobodywill doubt In many parts there peace with their feet.

Negro public school students were pay the slightest attention to will be pretensions of great New tyirk t Itnus tion of their colonial tonne "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 tions." lection" the Kennedy admin. "IT IS ONE THING to go
rejoice for a freedom which THIS PRECISELY describes istratlon paid the blind tribute ahead and
with whites. This is an increase of WASHINGTON As the accept the inevitability
allows every bankrupt, swindler the foreign policy of that alienated 0 u rfriends" of
I 1.6 per cent over the 1963-64 school Yet, as many wise Southerners thief and scoundrel, New Year approaches, and the Kennedy administrationthat engaged in orderly blame our It on defeat the Anotherto Vietna-

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

since the 1954 Supreme Court Brownvs. put the Court' mandate into full ef- to be placed an an equalitywith foreign events policy In Viet a s are Nam posedby and and has been seeking connections;" and made whatever reason -I 1 f only, for

Board of Education decision. fect. Not only is this due to white myself. .The Northern the Congo Increase In their to reclaim from the morass "friends" of the emerging the sake of orderly historical
into which it has plungedth this
abolitionists nations only so long as
segregationist opposition, but also are threatening menace to world l bookkeeping to attach the
and people the US. this government helped I to finance fi-
Florida's mixed school enrollment because the idea is a radically new planning to take away more and more people in the policy claimed direct descent them, whatever, their blame where it belongs will
or destroy the value of not I think
our ,
point to the Vietnamese'
United States must be asking -
pattern is Interesting. Of our 67 one for colored families. Slavs and the demon from these words with offenses against their own
property, failure. The
themselves people
"How did
counties 21 are officially listed as : we which President Truman people and those of their
democracy by Its level- get so deeply Involved in there have become demoralized l-
described his
having been desegregated. Still, only We must proceed in good faith, but Ing principles, universal suffrage these quicksands? he Initiated it Doctrine in the Greek-when sacked neighbors.American The burned librariesand and but one must assume

I 6,521 Negro youngsters out of a total it would be a mistake for the over- and numerous popu- Comments leading to the Turkish Aid AppropriationBill chancelleries by mobs that that demoralization had

enrollment of 1,250,000 are attending enthusiastic integrationist to lay lar elections, homestead laws fundamental answer to this In 1947; tolerated or even encouragedby causes beyond the prevailing

r school with whites. The percentageli 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-

e 2.65, which is slightly above the shoulders of Klansmen, the Mississippi foundations property In of the right" of made by two citizens who support free peoples who our foreign aid program, verse.a fairly Here concrete, for cause instance of, is
were principals In formulating are resisting attempted subjugation unrest
demonstrate In the sterility -
South-wide of 2.14. legislators and others of like A little
average With only a slight changeor the policy of which these b y armed minorities and soft-headedness of hamlet In South

mind. Some Florida school districts, so this duplicates what to- menacing conditions are the or by outside pressures U.S. foreign policy. Viet Nam has a mayor,or he

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 this Is equivalent thereof, who does

I South and North, desegregation is segregated a decade from now, ing. was the doctrine, proclaimed to work out their own distortion Though of the policy Truman a his level best to help the Viet-

expected to accellerate somewhat not because of violent intimidation, NOW MORE than 100years by President Truman and destinies In their own way Doctrine, at least the judgment namese with army It, and-reporting by cooperating
approved by Congress ...primarily through economic any
now that the 1964 civil rights act but due to the deliberation and cau- I ate r, the so t call which marked a complete and financial aid." has been vindicated of manifest signs of Infiltration

is on the books. The Act containstwo tion of parents and officials in ed "conservatives" are sayIng turnabout In the U. S. policy But, though these words those members of Congress who One morning shortly after

major provisions to that end breaking century-old social patterns.The the Identical same thing In almost of non-intervention In the proposed a sweeping world foresaw and private in it the citizens seeds of dawn the villagers rise as

caution, we might add, is not The words. affairs of other nations ex- commitment by the U. S. that distortion. What Truman usual to begin the day's work.
reactionary conservative In the of a from which And In the little square they
cept our subsequent
Title IV of the new law Desegregation presence sidewalksof
entirely on the part of white parents. is found in all the pager demonstrably "clear and misadventures abroad can said on the find three stakes, to each of
of Public Education New York last week, they
Regardless of any theories for Jus- of history. Nowhere does present danger" to national in part be traced, the chief which Is attached a human
authorizes the Attorney General to he look good. Not once h as security. derivation of these Is what were saying In 1947. What being, by means of a rope
tice against It which be made criticized at Ame-
file suit for desegregation of public or can he been correct In his atti Acheson described as "the Acheson tied around the n. c k. Each

t schools and colleges after he has received by either "side," this business of tude. Always, history an d IN ONE OF those perambulating collection of moralisms max herst on Dec. 1, they were corpse Is neatly disembowel
But the most
signed complaint and certified living together in harmony almply events have moved on, leaving news conferences ims and slogans which only apprehending. led. And propped up againstthe
; Him behind to make bitter gross of these misapplications center stake Is
through the streets that Tru- confuse complicated deci the leg
that the aggrieved individuals takes time for all concerned. self-pitying entries in man engages In this timeIn sions" on matters of Inter- Ire the products o f a end: Thus Perish the Enemies

diaries or to commit himself New York City during his national concern. tendency of U. S. foreign of the Working People. Thus

to some folly of public current visit he commented 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 policy described by Joseph Alsop the mayor, the mayor's wife

a footnote In history. deteriorating posture of the which led this govern in a recent newspaper account and the mayor's 12-year old

Voice of the People I For the early dawning of US. In Viet Nam: "When ment and people into military of the situation In Viet daughter. Now ladies and gen-
Nam. This In his
[ written history, through the you help some, the adage Intervention in a civil tendency tlemen, who will step forward

period of absolute monarchs, nays, you make one Ingrate war (the Congo), deep mili- words Is to "be hypercritical and serve as the next mayor'

II IIt through the American and and a dozen enemies, and tary Involvement on the of precisely those allied Don't be bashful, step right
011 The Sun that's what's mainland of Asia and leaders whose aims and pur- !
Opinion Page. -- French revolutions that loosed happening over sup- up
most closely coincide
what South Carolina planter there." port In the United Nationsof ;
Amerle. --I ts--:
t OpmlMi 04 .."'RI,.. of Sun ....... .,. vtlctmo I In tho Vii t. .f the ,..,U ..I...... ........ Gavin called "the demon Speaking at Amherst C o I- the demands of its Irresponsible with ere SUCH: EPISODES were of
mull II. .i.".d ORO k.., the wilttr'l ..d",. N...... will ko wilhh.ld If ,..u..t... A Settee Ihvl4. General course Inevitable.
not .u.... 500 word ... Tart k. wtitt* ... Oft* Sii a><. ., the p.,.,. ,....* .Ift.ef ko ...... Tko. democracy, there have always leg' on Dec. J, Dean Ache- Assembly ON THAT attitude this gov- The Viet-
Sun ",..... tho. riiM to "I.rt| .*, ...... or to ....rt... It, without <.hon,'lii. the .,11.,', "' ..,,.. MawM been those who felt son, who as undersecretary majority for the immediate lernment cong had established a toe
.. themselves more worthy independence of emerging na- gave Indispensable hold In South Viet Nam, and
or state In 1947 was one of military and economic
tions whose they have
72 of the evidenced than their neighbor. Their leaders and popu- from the beginning
students 1 In
Patriotic Words a staggering percent among assistance to the United Nations -
principal architects of
greed latlons were totally incapableof waged a campaign of terror.
I total arrests for these crimes! all too many of our colleges ao blinded them that : force by which Tshom-
the Truman Doctrine, madean Even
self-government. Foremost now, the whole popula-
they could free
and universities be en-
can re b
For New Year "What a grim and unhappy versed before it Is too late. terprise and property rights analysis of subsequentU.S. among the ghastly examples movement e' s Katanga in the Congo separatist tion has not by any means
commentary on the moral climate the foreign policy that the of the consequences of was gone over to the enemy. Nations
This attitude be by using of them
can seen power
EDITOR, Sun: The followIng of this great Nation! In the widespread public Indifference to deny human rights.A critics of the doctrine In 1947 applying these "moralisms"which crushed in a most dubious do have fortitude, do put
of the
Interpretation Charter
The moral strength of our saw Implicit In Its concept. Acheson deplored up with that kind of
I remarks are selected (from concerning the real poll survey of the November as On that attitude also thing,
we encouraged
Nation has decreased alarmingly 'Our government goal for the and still
guide-lines of continue to
foreign fight.

J. Hoover threat of world communism. election policy
a speech by Edgar by a major the to
W, must return to the many yean, he said "has have been opposition But they must continue to
Director Federal Bureauof The philosophy of communism firm that proved so very accurate the regime in Viet Nam of
teachings of God If we are to to preserve and foster fight with some prospect of
Investigation at the "Swordof cure this sickness."These flourishes best In an environment about the election an environment In which THE PRESSURE: on Bel- President Diem that ended victory. In France during the
where personal responsibility itself reveals that not more with
his assassination and
Loyola" award dinner Chicago free societies may exist and glum, which the U. S. helped war, the Marquis fought
and havbeen
1 shocking statistics self-discipline million flourish...(but) w* had !better the succession of couped'etat
bravely but
November 21, 1W4. together with the public's ap- undermined by Immorality to general, to grant in- which have weakenedthe : at night, in the
and think !before
stop shelter of
dependence to the decades the forest the
"To every man and every parent 'Indifference, to them materialism and expediency can ticket are still dedicated concluding that the policies !before its people Congo had resistance to the Viet haybarn, or the ditch, or under
Indicative of the I I II' .
are a devotees of Sen. Coldwater.
nation there cornea a time I which advance us toward produced the trained the bridge, they could listen
morality we are tolerating to (This number of 3.4 million this goal can usefully be person- Moreover, moralism as the
"Its Is to
when decision must be made duplicity difficult for nel required for viable self- their clandestine radios
It U a false code which
about grave problems. Fur- day.1.1 based on the worship of young Americans to tvimprehend. may be high.) discussed or evaluated I In government. The pressure on guide of foreign policy has and know that two mighty na-

ther delay in seeking solu- thing of man's own creation. If our young citizens THE MORE' trended extremists terms of moral or ethicalprinciples.What the Netherlands, principally Inevitable led to official hy tions of the West were working .
turn an objective, analytical passes (for c! U. S. origin, to surrender day and night to hasten
lions can bring disaster. That It Is as imperfect and feeble -who compelled the these) is collection pocrisy. It has, for Instance,
a of mor-
searchlight on this Ideologyand West Irian to the the day of their liberation.
himself!! However Goldwater to military produced the that
as man campaign exclude pretense
for the United and
time his come its organizational arms maxims solgans blackmail of
States. captivating to the tenses: this they will understand commu- moderates and lit a (which) only confuse decisions arms of Indonesia Suk the U. S. Is Involved in the What do the South Vietnamese -
type of moral climate cannot campaign dominated by a such a nation war In Viet Nam. solely on hear?
nism for what It Is a materialistic on complicated which had neither That the United
1 "The moment his arrived give the support nor the godless dogma dedicated policy which denied human matters as...policy In South- historical claim nor the moralistic thesis expounded States, the only power that
to the
,\ when we must face realistically strength which is so vital to to world domination." rights to some 20 million east Asia..One of the most In direct violation area In the Truman D0c- could effect their liberation,
the startling fact that our national survival. This I Americans hostile of th trine. But the fact is either
These are words w. shouldall which was often Invoked and delusive United Nations refuses, because of the reigning -
since 1951 crime In this coun- breakdown In our moral Charter that this Involvement Is dIrectly
ponder as (the new year to labor to other ethnic of these maxims Is the so- Both of these acts protocol, to take the only
try has Increased five times standards can only render us of In the Interest of our
approaches words from a groups-still cry that theelection I called principle of self-deter American means by which they mightbe
foreign i
faster than our population I Impotent as a people and as policy l rational of
truly great American. was a great outpouring m I "atJon..lnvoked against were defended security, or one liberated: the bombing of
growth! Serious crimes a Nation. OBSERVER of 2t million "conserva- j tur' friends (after the Second ment of the as of advance- the greatest blunders In the the sources of the rebel In
cause "anti-
murder, forcible rape, robbery "Law and order are the lives" No one seriously believed ''World War) In the dissolu- colonialism to which history of .American statecraft festation. That unbending refusal -

burglary, aggravated foundations upon which sue- that. Moderate Republicans to take the stem necessary
assault, automobile theft f I suggested early that to reversing the trendof
c e i s u government must .
have mounted steadily since stand Without law and order, at least IS million of these the war cause inevitably

the 1951 end these of crimea World for War the II first In society will destroy Itself. votes were from Republicanswho POTOMAC FEVER the demoralization, the empty
hopelessness which manifests
"T 0 diY, patriotism seemsto Invariably support the
time topped the one million Smokiy Says .... __ .... .. _
be out of style. Those: who ......u., .IUIII"I ..... ,". u n .. ny JACK WILSON Cowle itself In the cities in s I e k
mark, and mort than two and Washington
I Bureau governments in a sick religiosity -
express their love of country voles were, they figured
one-quarter million serious art often looked upon as paranoiac ll a rather accurate measure of The Agriculture In the endemic dISOr-
j. crimes were reported during iI Department .nalyud 2too fonds der that followed the bloody
patriots or right wing racist and other e trtmlst1fOUp8. ,And learned what for nutritional nlue.
1963. every high school kid
of President Diem
extremists. ,and peanut butter. already knows-all you need Is pizza deposition
"Even more ominous Is the Poll experts now estimate a year ago. If two yean ago
"Let me quote from! an ar- the United State had sanctioned :
1 fact that this terrifying spiral that there art some SS million -
tide which appeared In decisive I
a recent reprisals
in crime has come about \ (though probably )less
issue of a student publI- ) Rill filler says the COP should keep Dean against North Viet Nam the
r through a growing wave of who would quit the Republican ever Burch hiilier's the only man who
cation of one of our Midwestern went over Niagara Falls in
; a barrel rebels would have got weak
youthful c r 1 minallty across college Entitled ":flu party if It does elimt:user and theft set up shop as a safety let-

the Nation. Last year for the Patriotism," this article stated inat the Coktwatrr control. not stronger, and the chance

fifteenth consecutive year 'TatrtotLsm Is an emotion- JiC..4 That gives us an accurate of the mayors survival as a

crimes involving our young that is marked by ignorame. estimate of the really lunatic Tilt British are about fo abolish declared friend of reed m
people !Increased over the previous fringe in this capital puni hmfnt. It'. old.fuhloned and
stupidity prejudice, autism, country 1 II"humalle. The11J still make criminals would \have Increased, sad
year. For all serl o u s fear and hostility about two million. eat kidneys for, "rtaU.... moral oldie
crimes committed In the Unit- A along with it the
ed States In 1963. youthful of- 'We can only pray that this .1... r.. ubs tiweel will provide! footnotes they Vietnamese people. which

fenders were responsible for undesirable trend which ia dues David CavuTi as It was a solemn, classical! (tremon,. hen Italians launched a Roau satellite would have been reflected hi
a t a Space Meaty base fa'irrh.1a.. The ceaatdowa west X. IX'e1I11. VII... a stabler government.blln.I .

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believe in their ,
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motels and other Uses.
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and dtutrtFor
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with, 'freezer program call were joined together at Cape I low bank rate of Interest. Then I Equipment Co, Inc.
FR 2-0587 Kennedy making a huge 57' by letting the prospective buyer toe W. Univ.r .
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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, December 29, 1964

fitted shoes or hoes which I
How About Giving cramp the toes and throw the
News of Special Interest I ABOUT PEOPLE whole body off balance. Our

feet have to "take the traf-
Your Feet A Lift?
fie" for this.
To the Colored Houseguests of CoL and and Mn. Donal Schwall Alanta -
Community Mri. Everett Yon and their ; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. After the beating our feet massage your heels and toes Great strides have been
son, Capt. Frank Yon, home took during the Christ mas with baby oil or a good body made to correct foot troubles.
News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F; Child, Colored News for the holiday season from Jackson, Lynn, Ernie I and shopping season It behooves cream or lotion. Do this regularly Some which can be successfully -

I editor, by mail at 52B NW Rib St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send I II Fort Knox Ky., include l Raymond, Albany, Ga.; Dr. us to give them a little extra and you will soon be operated on by a competent

I Items directly to the Sun office. I Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Bay. William Black Camp b e 1 11. attention. delighted with the results. foot surgeon are, mal
PwurarranNnmts./ wlwn (MlliM* will N few* M p'tt I formed toenails
ba, also of Fort Knox, Capt. London, England; Mr. am d or Ingrowing ,
CHRISTMAS PARTY MEMORIAM MeN air, Did you develop new heel Abraham Lincoln once said, corns and similar lesions, overlapping
I nett and son, Jim, all of Tren Bob Blair, Fort Mrs. R. D. Flippo and Roberta
In loving memory of ou r ton, N, J., whose visit here for Washington, D. C., and Capt I bumps while trotting aboutIn "1 cannot think clearly when underlapping or
I The Juvenile Lodge No. 11,3 I dear husband and father, Ahcrt the past two weeks has been Ed Long, now of Fort Lau- Eustis; Mr. and Mrs. RobI I the wintry weather If not my feet hurt"No hammer toes, bursitis, bun-
will have Us annual after Chris-, J. Higglns, who departed pleasant were flown to their derdale. ert E. Lee, DeLand; Mr. and you are lucky!IIf Ions and heel spurs.
mas party Saturday, Jan. 2, a flthis life Dec. home Mrs. Cldye Woolen, Wunau- one can think or enjoy
one on
year yesterday
the Recreation Center, from :3 27. Mrs. A. L. Higgins ago wife: Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. The visitors will be guestsof ma; Mr and Mrs.. Paul McCormick so, do the following. life when suffering with an Can Be Disabling

p.m to 5 p.m. /Mrs. Altemeze Henry and Fagan, of Tampa, were visit- Captain Yon at the Bach Wildwood; Mr. and While soaking In your bath aching foot, yet the American These conditions, as well as
Each member Is allowed I a Mrs. Barbara Bryant, daugh/ ing in the University City elors' holiday dance thti 1 Mr,. Gordon Cole, Ormond and after washing your feet Podiatry Association r e p orts fallen arches can be actually

guest. Miss A. L. SI I m m o n I' tern; Willie, Albert, Y'vonne, yesterday evening at the Gainesville Beach; Dr. and Mrs. Charles I with a soapy 'washcloth, rub that more than 70 per cent of disabling and take the Joy out
president; Mrs. P. L. Scot t Charles, Scherwln, Janice and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Golf and Country Club. Dean Quincey; Mr. and Mrs. the bumps gently with a wet all people In this country have of life. Women are wise to
reporter. W. C. Wyman, Keystone painful foot troubles at some take preventive exercises as
Mike, grandchildren. Johnson and daughter, Pearl pumice stone. Use bath oil in
The four young captains, time In their lives. they older, even if they
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel grow
all of Atlanta, Ga, were who in the your tub. If you prefer show-
SPECIAL NOTICE IV MEMORIAM guests of friends In Gainesville served together Forces In B. Schuh, St. Petersburg; Mr ers, as a general rule, desert Self Acquired have no discomfort at the
U. S. Army Special
time. This is
Sacred the of and Mrs. Christopher Ptachik, them for the time In present especially
(9 favor
memory yesterday. being
The Youth Branch of t tin! Viet Nam, have been on new If is
NAACP will have Its elcctlo lour departed loved one, Rev Mrs. Mary Hall, of Tampa, late sum Green Cove Springs; Dr. and of the warm tub. Some folks are born with a woman very
nI assignments since Mrs. Earl R. Hall Tallahassee foot deformities, but many much overweight because this
of officers at the Mt. Carmc I I L. C. Cohen, who entered was visiting In Gainesville yes -
Baptist Church today at I eternal rest, Dec. 27, 1963. Le- terday. mer. and Mr. and Mrs. W After your bath, and be- people acquire deformities because places an extra burden on the

Charles Chestnut, lit, will p.m b e; ola Cohen, wife; and children. Miss Helen West and Miss r Clyde Dempsey and George fore_going to sleep at night. of _wearing: incorrectly_ arches.entertaining -- .- --
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Carrie Sims, both of Ft. Lau Richard of Live Oak. r- .
the speaker on the occasion.All Mr. and Mrs. Burton Otte
persons with membership'CHURCH: ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. lerdale, were sightseeing in
cards are eligible to vote In the Moriah Baptist There! Gainesville yesterday. have as their holiday guests HolidayEvents'
election. will be a business meeting I I Miss Mary Ann Miller, of f fI their children and grandchildren

The public Is Invited. Thursday, 7:30: p,m. Tampa passed through I Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- Gainesville en route to Jack Thames and their children,

Sundap School, (:30 a.m.: mornIng sonville. Butch
NEW ARRIVAL worship, 11 I.m.; and evening Miss Sadie Mae Jones, olSt f Margaret, Patricia, I
Petersburg, passed through and Bruce of Walcross, Ga., I II
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams!), worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H. TODAY December
the city yesterday en route to and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Otte 21 I
J of 625 NE. 21st St., city, announce Kinsey, pastor, Post .Christmas rhave
Jacksonville. Dance I
the arrival of their Spring Hill Baptist Sun- of Jacksonville. 8 ?
p.m. until 1
a.m., Jack
baby daughter, Toniette MI I day School, 10 i.m.; morning I PERSONALS S May, Fred Stock, Charles I
ehelle, born Saturday, Dec. 12, worship, 11 a.m.; and evening
I .t the J. Hillls Miller Health worship, 8:30: pm. Rev./ T. D. Miss Mary H. Jefferson, of Guests here for the Satur. Pruitt Jr., William B. Watson I
Center. Davis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine Jacksonville Is visiting here day wedding of Miss Julie HI, Ernest W Burch Jr., I
for a few days. Lazonby Jr., George
Mother, Mrs. Inez R. Williams McGill, reporter. Cheeves and William Nathaniel C. Kirkpatrick
grandparents, Mrs. Adoll! I Mrs. Sarah Hall left yesterday Babcock, which took placeIn Jr. and Capt.

Trowell!, of 529 N.W. 3rd St.. PERSONALS for Atlanta, Ga., becauseof the First Baptist Church Gainesville Frank Yon, Golf Fort and Knox,Country Ky., '

city, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Miss Mary Baker and Miss business. were: Club. .
Howell, of Route 1, Box, "A" Sarah Hall, both of Tampa. Mr and Mrs. Albert H t," .
13, Brooker. were visiting friends I In Rawls, of Tampa are visit Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bail/ : Gainesville Bridge Club I I,,,,,, .
j Gainesville yesterday. ins friends in Gainesville for ey, Mr and Mrs. Stanley 7:30: p.m., City Recreation.
are now I
Mother and daughter
,} and Mrs. James A. BarHoliday two weeks. Bornmann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold w
.at.. home and doing _fine.on_. TUESDAY, December 2J
Carter Mr. and Mrs.
; 'f F. A. Chancey, Mr and terian Women Church of the, Council First Presby.Meeting I A

Mrs. Richard K. D Y c us,
10 a.m., Church Parlors.WEDNESDAY .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Faircloth, j
Mr. and Mrs. John Hopes, Mr. December 30 j' t
o and Mrs. George Mero, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Storey, Gainesville Bridge Club,

Club Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols, Dr. 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn.

c and Mrs. G. M. Keene, Mrs.
Emma Meachum, and Mrs. Teen Dance for Junior age, of

Aimee Davies, all of Daytona children of Gainesville Golf plenty
NotesBy Beach; and Country Club members, i
7:30: to 10:30 p.m., Mr. and
I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Warner Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and R.C.on

RALPH H. BLODGETT I David and Noel; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Courtney, hosts. .
Mrs. Ben L. Reid, Mikell 1
I Special Seven tables of holiday bridge and Beverly; Mr. and Mrs. THURSDAY, December 31

players came to the University'acuity Robert E. Dixon and Marsha; Gainesville Golf and Country handGEIGER'S

Club Wednesday eve. Mrs. Virginia Elkins, Mr. and Club annual New Year's ,
Creative talents are often hidden. The discovery of a sing for the fractional master Mrs Robert Heekln, Mr. and Eve dinner dance, dinner

I friend's or neighbor's extra abilities or hobbies can be a point game of the University Mrs. David Cobb, Ben Fletcher served from 7 until 1 p.m. I

big surprise. Today's recipe: may be a big surprise for neighbors City: Bridge Club. The average and Mrs. Iva Pounds, all and dancing from t p,m. un i
Ivan Johnson, but not to his family. of Jacksonville
of Dr. Roy core was 63 match points for ; tIll a.m. :
Roy, known for his talent with typewriter and pen, now all pairs. I
Mr and Mrs. Frank Merrill
wears the hat of the chef. He enjoys concocting pastries and Open House, 8 p.m. tint I 11
dressing. When the family Harry C Boardman dragged Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bryant I
can also do a fine Job on turkey midnight, Mr and Mrs. Arthur
assembled at the Johnson home (for Christmas Day dinner the the writer across the finish and Michael; Howell Bur- Hallam, 1404 NE 31st
dessert had been made by the head of the hous hold. This line In first place among the gin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Avenue.

was one of Roy's '8>fH to the family. North .- South players with a Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
PUMPKIN CHIFFON PIE score of 851match points I Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Little Women "Confetti I .
1. Prepare a 9-inch baked pie shell (or buy at store), Mr. and Mrs. John C. Soder Terrell, Misa Faye Max Dance," 9 p.m. until 12.30: I 1 a
2. Soak one tablespoon gelatin In Vi cup cold waler. strum were second with 7* and well, Mias Jenny Clements am., Gainesville W 0 m an's
3. Beat slightly three egg yolks. .1r.. and Mrs. James R. Anderson .I and Dale R. McDannel, all of Club House, West University

4. Add to the egg yolks the following: were third with 70. Cocoa; .Avenue. I

Vt cup sugar Mrs. Margaret E. Herget andS. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. BaileyJr.

'. Ilk\ cups canned pumpkin L. Williams led all the East- ., Julie and Jim; and Mr.
tt cup of milk West pairs with a score of 72 and Mrs. T. M. Cheves, Orlando AFTER CHRISTMASSTARTS
W teaspoon salt/ match point Second went to ; Mrs. C. D. Lyman, Mr.

Mi teaspoon cinnamon Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Garrott and Mrs. James Vaughn, San- I
Mi teaspoon nutmegI. with 70. Mr. and Mrs. Dan dra and Buddy; Mr. and Mrs.
Cook and stir this mixture over hot water until it thickens. Roberta tied with R. B. Gam- Warren Gilpin, We it Palm
6. Stir In the soaked gelatin until it Is well dissolved. Beach I
mage and J. R. Bacon for third ;
Then set the Ingredients! aside to cool. I
I and fourth with 66.
: : 7, Whip three egg whites until they are stiff, addingI Mr. and Mrs. Ellis hippo, :
t' tenpoon of salt. The club: will meet again on Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moye, Holly i

I I. When pumpkin mixture begins to set, stir In U cup of Wednesday at '7:30: pm. at theOF I Hill;

sugar and fold in the egg whites. Faculty Club, West New. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. I
9. Fill the pie shell and place In refrigerator to chill. berry Road. All interested I
\ Pita, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Llpe, I
i 10 Before serving top with whipped cream. bridge players are invited toattend
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Gather-
: and compete.Santa's coal and Terry; of Miami;

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Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson
: Helpers and Joyce, Montgomery,

Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Atkinson All fall and* winter merchandise NOW ON SALE Coats, Suits, Dresses, Sportswear,

Winter Garden;_ Mr.HHHH11. Sweaters, Millinery, formals and Lounge Wear.

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and other fall fabrics In dressy casual and dresses hair and wool.
with jackets cocktail and formals.

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REG. TO $25.98 REG. TO $49.98
Sweaters end Sleds dyed to match.

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Mrs David Sincere and Mrs. Wayne Ilarrels4, members of the Junior i INSULIN NEEDLES
t \\oman Club helping! to distribute gifts for toy division 1 of the Empty; Stockinffiund. .
t PLUS-a new syringe every month Plain and fur-trimmed coats in dark! and light' ENTIRE LINE on
colors. Untrimmed suits In fabrics and double lirvts.'
j Co chairmen ar.d o or' ution, which took place uweer ins Workers Union, Gainer $ 59
djiators!: of the Toy IHxUIoicf l only ]
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v ie! High School Key Club I ,
the Empty Stocking! Fund Assisting with pre diatribe. Boy Scouts Girl Scouts, Brown- 33 % % OFF ROBES andPAJAMAS
this were Mrs. David I I
fear tkm work were members of th,! !it'S Boys' Club Fire Stations, ,3;
Sincere and Mrs. Wayne liar." following city orjamiattoiw: ASK OUR PHARMACISTS 700"MILtlNERY
and local bam
bison, members of the JuniojWoman's
Club who began making ., The Jaycees, Commune"*.> radio operators.

plans to fill "empty stockIng WISE'S
}" |Iq and around the city ,
la June. Beta TriHiYThe Party TonightThe C J
PHARMACY Entire fall lose, re.utarlyup to Sit I S3.
Mrs Sincere and Mrs. Har- Beta h-HI-Y of Caintv tea will honor aU past cr
I nelson purchased 11.000 worth vllle High School will hold an members of the service club. 70S S.W. 4th Are.rho $400

of new toy", arranged for col- alumnae tea this even I n (. at An\ former member of Sf"'J'r1.HIoY e37SS2S4
lecUoo of used toys, the cleaning 1730 In the parlors a the t'PrtibvUrun .t who has not been c0nI NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE

and repair and the dual" Church. I'.1(!cd Is Invited to attend. I
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WASHINGTON (AP) Presi the IRS, succeeds acting Commissioner :;, .
Vnt Johnson had t lot of offi-I Bertrand Harding T, ,
als and their wives sitting on who had been serving since ro Y T'A: .. Y
le edge of their chairs today _!,Mortimer Caplin resigned last : ;
I me with a sense of forebode .'July tit SPECIALISTS ..j
some in hopeful expectaI Some doubt is expressed as to w C'J
)n. how sweeping the little Cabl APPIIf
I Much excitement was aroused net" shakeup will be. All such
word that the President officials submit their resigna, Now
can own a
Lms a shakeup In his "little lions, as a matter of formality,
binet;" that he will make when a president is newly Inaugurated .I ,
I toy new appointments to such The President can givea
Ists as undersecretary, assist. man the gate by merely accepting .: 1
It secretary and other admin. the resignations.
rators.e But will he do this for exam I \ !
President has ordered a lie, to Charles S. Murphy, undersecretary ,
lent hunt." He wants, so far of agriculture? TL-FOtpAthlt
possible, to recruit his new Murphy was a top manager oC I I;
Iminlstrators from men and Johnson' campaign for the I 1 '
men already in the govern presidential nomination In 1960 '
>nt. Or to Undersecretary of Com
o the question arose: Who merce Franklin D. Roosevelt I
|ll get the ax. and who will be Jr., son of LBJI idol .
omoted to Jobs paying as high Or to W, Averell Harriman, for little '
$30,000 a year? longtime Democratic stalwartand as as ,
pt is one of the hardest secrets specialist In foreign affairs 'I
crack, because the President He is an undersecretary oC
I playing his cards so close to state. Insiders take into consideration .
; chest. talk that relations between *
[ohnson dipped into govern.nt him and Johnson are not i
ranks in making two of his close.
st recent appointments. Sat. Without firing anybody, the $11200 :
ay he named William J President can put the LBJ ;
fiver to head the Veterans Ad brand on much of the govern.
Inistration. Monday night he ment when he fills a long list of v ...
Bccted Sheldon S. Cohen to be existing vacancies. I .t
[lector of Internal revenue These Include about 15 federal
river who had been deputy judgeships, nearly as many lit.I < \
administrator succeeds tie: Cabinet positions and seven I { j
tin S. Gleason Jr., who re- ambassadorships. ,,' .

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WILLIAM F. ARBOG\ST several other proposals Involving l '. \. "
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I John W McCormack may Democratic party organization ','0. 1

Ide today how far the Demotic in the House. ', \ M.d.l W1' ( ,0"
leadership will go In co- However, he reportedly wants I ; ,t'.
(rating with a group of liber to take a longer look at proposals .. J "'I
| seeking changes in House to strip> the two Southerners ,
bi and reprisals against two of their party standing and sen.
Ithern Democrats. i only, to change the member B
cCormack was to return to I ship ratio on the Ways and
phlngton today. Without his I Means Committee and to lower Model LW472 Hotpoint BIG 14.POUND. ,
ort the changes sponsored the number of signatures need t
a Democratic study group i ed to make a discharge petition Deluxe All.Porcelain Automatic. Woirnri \ i i '
led by Rep. John A. Blatnik I I!''effective! :... j
innesota would have tough i I The Democrats marked for a ; ; Washes full 14 pound selective' load really clean. Fea j

ding In the party caucus II purge' if the Blatnik group lures Wid/ Arc Spiral Agitation MOlt thorough, flen Grp
Saturday. has Its way are Reps. John Bell
atmk said In an Interview I Williams of Mississippi and Albert tie action Fountain Filter Washing Action filters
J|group of more than 100fcmbers W. Watson of South Caroll two ways and r.olltrap' |,mt. ALL PORCELAIN out.M.d.I *
intends to push its na Both openly supported Sen. side and Inside complete protection against rust and S .
am. But he would make no I I Barry Goldwater s presidentialcand
15423 corrosion ,.
-.lictlon about the outcome f
e conferring with McCor' r. ,
nick. I Model LB425 Hotpoint Fully Alltomatlc'
croons close to McCormack t't'tVE GOT 9t
resented him as being favor. Big Capacity Electric Clothes Dryer .
disposed to one of the ma- I 'it" 1 .
jr;proposals of the Blatnik SO BIG ':, .r ( .1t. .. ,X II Porcelain drum and top Up front lint filter t,. 'i.11 t
This would break the r
up Safety Stort 'feature. Clothe are dried wfely, soft' and "" ,
} of the Rules Committee on
filiation/ by limiting to 21 days i 'CAUSE WE SpaS Huffy-just right for Ironing
i time It could block a House CHARGE SO LITTLEr .
.i f:vole on bills approved by other
commttees rent a car from i $112 NO TRADI NIEOIO!

:,?minimize! the"danger of BCONOCAIaw.799 ] CHOOSI YOUR OWN TIRMJt ,\
tees, bringing undesirable bills a7ie ...- "
to the" floor the speaker would ... 01 I Inwxnct All Inclirtf, Model LW002 Hotpoint 3 CYCLE. ,: ,
1 determine what measures would NO CLOP CHAftGI
f be taken up after 21-day delay TO MX AIHPOHPhone *- 2 SPEED
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Mop- Up-- and Mercy.. in Flood Wake I ( 1 1 1e ,

.AN FRANCISCO (AP A Snow and falling temper.,rivers in extreme northern Call., the weather," said Yreka Civil Bottom 70 miles west of here on special government assistance e e' +

jrty force of men and ma I. atures added to the misery of fornia They have been cut off Defense chief Bill Sowle, and the Mamath. I'm concerned Uncounted thousands of me-

nc} shouldered the task t tof to. refugees from high water ande since Dec. 21. Civil Defense you're going to see the damnd about those people and I'm concerned were at work in the three coast
i\ cleaning up after th threatened again to block hell- workers said they undoubtedly est airlift out of here youxe tales, and Idaho and Nevada
,I't'l Christmas week floods I, copter delivery of food bundles were getting desperate for food. ever seen about the people on also hit by floods, beginning th:

'cd by the governor of Call i i. to hundreds marooned in the Dozens of helicopters were In I This Is very, very rugged, whom we havens reports at restoration of roads and highways the magnificent

mi "a major American l I- high California timber country Yreka, Calif.. near the Oregon I mountainous country In some all railroad service, and McgnaV'ox.

,11'. for the ninth straight day border loaded for mercy missions -. areas we'll have to evacuate Rough the northern third of communications and power

A massive airlift hoisted foot 1 Between 400 and 500 persons but unable to take off because and In others '11 have to California all Oregon and 14 lines
vie drop
id emergency repair equip- were Isolated In vestpocket him. of snow and Icing conditions counties In Washington had Many northern California Never before such dazzling
cnt Into stricken northwester!n bering and mining communities l supplies. We have a report of 14 been declared! I disaster area, contractors halted work on construction \.

.1 Ii lornia along the Klamath and Salmon! "We get a three.hour break InS children In one house at Oak.)_enabling the region! .! to receive. projects and sent their Color pictures. such glorious
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the aid of stole, county and city tonal fidelity in TV sound!

Stress of Office Town Gives Wheat For Nasser |screws In the mop-up operiUons

CalifornIa's dov Edmund (. Color-Brit Tub orvivid pMurl half g.!n is I

, I Brown made a low.level hell bright is moat olh.,..
Viet HeroWelcome copter tour of part of the strk'ken .
Quick Picturtt appear In just 12 seconds, four

Won't Hurt LB] Despite His Tirade devastation area Monday"a major and called American the I I time, faster. ...than othtn-no mar annoy'ng wi,t ng. I!f

dis ister." Chromi Ton Control adds tMtOfif depth iiid :
dimension to color-."o repfa,a a drab
JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) several newsmen and It was SAUGERTIFS WASHINGTON (AP Only the transition had been made! Frank Dryden, deputy monochrome pictures, with a warm sepia tone. ; t
The doctor who keeps daily 1 decided to compile the questions NY (AP) five days after Egypt s President tome time ago, the Lmted i director of the Office of kmcr I IIltene'y No more washed out pMurtl.Auloiutle I

atch over President Johnson and answers so all would havean About half or! the 4.000 residentsof Gamal Abdel Nasser had States still could have stopptd I Planning, and other Color eliminates' critical 1 fine tunlrg l

redicts he will withstand the even break. this Hudson Valley village told America In effect to take its the deal after Nasser speech I Washington officials inspected I Plctu'es, appear InSlinlly, perftctly

noses and strains of the White I A couple of the questions and turned out in degree weatheron aid and "go to hell," the United I of last week. flood ravaged areas in both Cal Cellar co"", triiC. I
fashion. States is going through with lie accused U.S Ambassador r iforma and Oregon and carried I It'
In outstanding
ewe answers the flag-lined streetsto .
snowy plans to provide him with $i6- Lucius Battle of trying to pul report on the situation tot Color Purifur automatically keeps .Ji picturesP
Rear Adm George G Burk.v Q. In the light of the heart .
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welcome home Capt. Roger President Johnson lets sou mn e your M"n"o'CJI.Ihoc jt
personal physician to the attack in 1955, what Is the stateof 994.000 worth of surplus wheat I economic pressure on Fgjpl t
resident, describes Johnson's the President's heart today: H. C. Donlon first winner of the The Agriculture Department and told a cheering crowd ir i 1 Not a minute Is being wasted I| 'I a serf' 'pn A" to r* aduit| the picture.

ralth as excellent. A. No evidence of residual of Medal of Honor in South Viet issued an authorization Mondayfor Port Said: "Anyone who doe:s In getting reconstruction] Nigh ridtlity Sound S.I"" product.!tS tlmMrr

But Burkley, who keeps in the 1955 heart attack All find. Nam's war against Communist the purchase of that amountof not like our attitude can drink I projects under way," Dryden) ''rm '''' pow than ordinary TV,
wheat under the Food.tor- from the sea. And if the Modi. said I
indicate normal function .
ings terrillas, ..
such with the Presidentsralth g .. .
Peace I terranean is not Bl Presldmt Johnson has or :.
and reserve. big enough rt 4 -
through daily observation; Stores closed, the auditoriumof The department will pay cash i will give him the Red Sea to Jdered)I that the entire broad proi .
nd i general check every 7 to, Q. The President also had a for the wheat in the open market drink, too i gram of federal disaster a lei be! 1 1d '
the municipal building was t ,.
3 days, would like Johnson to,kidney stone removed in 1955, :
placed at disposal, just auI III | 4
i renamed for Donlon fellow and Egypt will pay for the In Egyptian slang to drink your
ake off a little weight. and there have been reports *
jit was for Alaskans after last
grain in its own currency, a from the sea" Is the equivalent I
He reports Johnson weighs 205 doctors recommended he drink townsmen gave him a dinner at part of which will be spent in of to "go to hell," I spring earthquake."

) 210 pounds. Burkley wishes it less milk after a slight recur the largest restaurant in town the United Arab Republic I His outburst apparently wa!

ere nearer 200. rence of kidney trouble in 1963. although only 250 could fit in Although arrangements. for triggered by U.S. accusation!!::l
The white House released for What are the facts'A t
and they filled the biggest I that he Is aiding Congolese rebels ,
lub'ication: Monday questions There has been no kidney and Intimations that future'
:Emitted by newsmen, along trouble since mid-1963. Calcium school auditorium In of Ulster Found Safe aid dials would be curtailed DO: t $
County to its capacity a'
11th Bui'kley s replies. Press intake is frequently reduced I because of this.
The gifts the SO-jearold( In Molorbont
ecrctary George E. Reedy said when stone formation has occurred I received humble but Nasser said In his speech;
iicstions had been entered by m the past. "We have sent arms to the Congolese I
|eloquent. NAPLES (AP) Ralph August -
,. I rebels and
c. we will continue
The Father Harty Drum Lindsay was back on land to send arms because the |fudges Ol Mlu I Uh.

1" : ., (Corps that he once led as a teen today after spending more than rebels need them. tea Y.tai of our ttfInturanecl _
21 hours aboard his 1S-font out 1 Canted The Motif" "irrl 't
"tf'fi iuJ'J U.' age drum major gave him his board boat in the Gulf of Mexico "We do not accept any word- 69 ou ,"od.I1.1 ,",ua.On .
!. \...!" t JtW : old baton, engraved. The volunteer I against us and we will cut oft I m Only awlv.l! COlt, '..

: fire department made hima The Coast Guard said it found the tongue of anyone who use l
(QYJ tJ nCHANnSE, : life member, the first In Its them We do not need their '
.I 100 from Lindsay drifting in the Gulf' 117 NI. MACNA.COLORTRULY THE: ULTIMATE:
Plaques came .
vears money "
(the American Legion, Veterans about 25 miles west of Naples aa t' 16th Ave. IN PROGRAM ENJOYMeNT. with ipectwuUr
at 2:31 Monday A spokesman '" .
,of Foreign Wars, Dads of For. Washington!: has been supplying realism enhanced even further by thrilling sound (torn
LIT'JJJ( FJI ]1f said the lone mariner was Nasser with about $140 mil PhoneFRonklin
"': Service Veterans and the .
lelgn in good condition but "hungry the 10 watt audio amplifier four high fidelity ipm\kert
(ISouth I lion In food yearly under I
Side Men's Club 1 and thirsty" three. that and tone control Backed bit today most all Inclusive/
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A Coast Guard helicopter spot- pine next June 30. The Nasser ,2.0444 guarantee of dependability, this magnificent M"igjiivoxIs

Tremendous Savings in ted Lindsay and the cutter Point 'government has asked for fU: fJMM<** MXP" / truly the finest, your money can buy! Yet It cost: only

Swift picked him up and took million worth for the coming'[Ralph Tur: pennies a day more than ordinary TV. You must U. and
the craft in tow. ngfon
because of serious shortage
year a hear it to appreciate superb performance!
i ESKN Every DepartmentTues. A spokesman said Lindsay putout stet.

for Mexico Sunday morning !STATE FARM "' "' Willifl 'r IAT 1f f. ;I) If c.a. .1,
Tues. Wed. Thurs. with only six gallons of fuel onboard Some I IJ' offidals have Indl, [ ]
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,cated that the new $33-millto! 1':Htm Mi.., lIMm'*|IM, HIlMll" .1 LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCEcome
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ua County Riding Horn ASMclatnn -
'SUMMIT' \\ / SAVE 1.02 fair grounds on Waldo j Now Without Prescription TRADES & TERMS 5 WAYS TO; BUY ,

iTm/\\Y Road was ripped from the wall .
4 jt ; and removed Monday, sheriff Stop Attacks In Minute Relief U.t. for iIoursl1 '
v.r t 1 ,f : CAPXIS OF COTTON deputies reported. "..r-*,M V. < _ui>_Th. ..Ik,..' tin, t.hl.t. .U4 f Hm.l..... I
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; '.' AND NYlON Deputy Lu Hmdery I tthtr hr 4"'f1.:;: .r tb.lr I prlv.w b.kloJ>l l tub., Incas ... 'fMllani \ i
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phone had been pried from the .ulf.r.n Kl"k.IJI i I"r" 111,"... ,.IIIIul njMtlor 1
tr'd ,;f. Safe 2.97 wall. The entire assembly was I 1 M.dir.l..,h,,t,..,.11.ti ft..?,-I n Ik nulmnd,< t rmuUItopi The writ 1.-,:" m I.i: tiblhn rpU.m'! I II I' 122 N.W. .I6rh A. .. '372.OUJ
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,-i' /.,). C Hindery said various pieces I i nrmiiU' It .. iff',t,.. Iha& eombi..tlon far .Ih Allr..a. |

\ c',7... ; 3 3 I rwG fit, easy aetinn.rl of the Instrument were found on I I I ,"I.....Ih."|>"phrnran'a..,,-.. l.f.!tad.k!,.nf n sad a.thna.. Cub; look p.rform f.r. a H pail It il lap riryuMK il aieh% I i And the Finest Cater TV Sen>ice> .
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All i 10 Galncivlll Sun Tuesday December U, 1964
"I didn't come here to discuss
I \ :, trivial matters. I came to -
I : .. _, SMILE! With Art Buchwald ask for agricultural Items, a I
w couple of hydroelectric dams
k and three squadrons of Jet ;-
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the Lake you can do for a new nation 48r
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[ ;i' Jump that Is struggling to Join the -
I family of peace-loving nations." _
Suddenly from outside came,
the sound of machine gun fires(
.' What's that?" the ambassa-

I )i WASHINGTON Last week; any aid that has strings at,'planes?" celebration was a bit much." dor asked.
I was known as "Tell the United t tached. Our country has its I "And what about the Negroesin "We made the Russian am "It's. coup d'etat. I warned
States to Jump In the Lake pride." the South?" the Prime Min bassador eat a flag also and he you If you didn't give me aid
Week." Between Gen. h It a nh I "My government will not per, liter said didn't complain." my government would fall. Now,
f in Viet Nam, the African nations mit your government to tell us The American ambassadorclutched "That's because you tippedhim you'll be dealing with an un-1
in the UN, and our goodand how to run our internal affairs his desk as a bomb off and "he had one madeof friendly regime and you haveonly
i dear friend Nasser In' the. ." went off In the embassy base rice paper. [ l : yourself, _to _blame. =---.I+ 4
United Arab Republic, everyone "Mr. Prime Minister, why did ment. "It's going to be hard for,
I seemed to be giving us the you burn down the USIA libra me to Justify American aid In You've Heard About Them!
I ,business and there wasn't much ry'" your country when you keep do-
\ I net' could do about it. "I will not sit here and listen Ing things that offend our country How- See,
I ffl! Nobody seems to be Impress- to these colonist attacks ." I Hear and ''
if A with the power and Influence against my country We are i a "Be' more specific, Mr. Am- Enjoy Their A*, $ '
I, 1 )f the United States these free nation and we can burn bassador" Talents! nti'' '.'
Ways. down any library we feel like." "Well, for example, I thought CHUCK (
j Just the other day the Prime The American ambassador making me eat an American & R wig w
Minister of the newly formed ducked as a rock came flying flag at your Independence day JEANNE
cmuntiy of Dlsdainia paid a through the window, "Anoth Mrs. Turner needs
%: V',sit to the American embassy, er thing, Mr. Prime Minister, Pianist i a tune-up
to ask the American ambassa' my country would like to know Vocalist and srf r (Again!)
do r for aid. why your country shot down
'Mr.' Ambassador," he said,I three unarmed American air-- nrINNrAe.r Direct From r ;.
II,jur country Is In dire straits. e.ne N.s..er.r er.M Nl e.wt WOW c.... ..110 iI-;"" Too bad Maybe now Mrs.Turner will switch to AMOCO. Gasoline.If .

Our fared,agricultural our textile crops Industry have Is I Tonight* First! Area 3 Unit Run Show* APPEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. she had been a steady user of AMOCO, she could have extendedthe
bankrupt, and ur five year I I ModernShoe OPEN 6:30 SHOW AT 7:00AT life of her car's vital engine parts and avoided this
housing plan has collapsed. We Shop 7:000 10:45i LIQUORS tune-up.
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I as ed. Soles Attached :; MNAygNlrr -. .'** Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m.
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r I l lt Christmas Sales Reflect I :1 Conner Sees Year's

Starke 'Spruce- Up Effort :. Farm Income High

By Sun SAM Staff McG.\R\'EY Writer years.merchandise than In forme r street Christmas decorations. Yesterday, Novak announced

furnished by the city with the
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STARKERecent improvements That view is shared by PeU' e creating a setting attractive! mat lighting contest fol
4n shopping facilities Novak, manager of the StarkeBradford i for shoppers. tows I i May Break $1 Billion
here County Chamber o i
paid off during the ,
Christ Commerce, who said, "Th<<. About four months ago the Commcrlcal First, Prr.t .
mas season when local merchants merchants are showing a better : CofC conducted a survey of cott Shell Service. second I

had one of their best line of merchandise and I shopping habits of Bradford Garden R,..''jurant; honorable Predicts Slate Chief
sales periods within recent are also using more effective! County residents to learn why mention, Firestone Store, \ Ag
years. display and merchan dial 1 I n i g I many were not shopping In .
methods... Starke. Among the points disclosed Residential, outdoor -First, 4
Commenting on the volumeof were that the line of Bobby White, second, Mrs. 0 T\LL\H.\SSEE (API Com, pre freeze crop of< 154 million Ha said egg production Increased -
sales, S. L. Peek Jr., of Novak also attributed the Increase merchandise offered was not L.! Hayes Sr, honorable mention mlssfonrr of Agriculture Doyle: ,, bows," he said, "!1& Is expected to rapidly I that Florida
the Florida Bank at Starke, in trade here to the broad enough, and that in' Libusho (Li jbyi Bethra 1 Conner yesterday predicted thatFlorida's \to reach a 200 million box has reached the point of telf-
laid I yesterday, "Starke following three factors: many instances the attitude Winners In each category received a farm cash Incomefor level by WS." sufficiency
Christmas I 1)) of ."5 savin 14! could total $l billion or Conner said of the rise In
shopping was good. Facelifting of many of the the merchants and clerks $ s bonds amt part Although the number of .
Every merchant 1 talked to buildings, which has resulted was Indifferent. runners-up were awarded 'I lt more. total farm cash Income could farms was II dairy
seemed to be happy, and all In a better appearance of the gift certificates.The In his yearend statement on be attributed to an increased! In 1903, "The volume ) decline ttry.
of Flori
indications are that total sales shopping district. Soon afterward, a sates clinicon how agriculture fared this year sugar Industry. da .
produced milk
were the best in many merchandising and courtesy contest was sponsored t I and prospects for 1W3, Conner The commissioner: also cited wee due to
years. 2)) Improvements in stock \to customers was held by the Retail I I Merchant .W pl't'dicl1d'nerarry' favorahlroiitliiok vegetable production is a reason rise because of Increases In production
One factor, Peek said, was 3)) A better attitude on the here under the sponsorship of Assoc. and the CofC: it os I in iorlda's: airrlcultur- for 1M4! being a good sail. per cow," he laid.
that merchants made an effort merchants and their clerks I Ithe I Starke Retail Merchants conducted by the Junior Wo- al development! next year. cultural year, Conner predicted the farm
to offer a wider line of He also credited the new{Assoc and the CofC mans Club. Connor said that In 13' 'Vegetable<< production made cash value of cut flowers, foliage

CONNER Florida ranked 13ih In cash Income a good show ing/ in 14." he and nursery plant will exceed
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'Thief "It Is probable," ho said "tin progress In more orderly mar. JIll said Florida has a chanceto

.' y ." HitsWillislon when all the figures are in, we! kl'thlwerl( } contributing factors have the largest year.to-
.. .fY"" "w y yto. Improved that position In 14' ." gain ever recorded for the

e.9. E ; (The U. S. Department of Agriculture Ho said the outlook for cattle state If the current Increase of
1 /-1 last week estimator Is for not much change, with 23: per cent for the first nine

-.;.. the aggregate value of farm prices not expected to Improve months of \4\ hold.
f = ; crops in_ Florida! at $00.1,201, next tear"The .
! 'I''I'I KeslaiiranlUILLISTON ranking rlorida sinus a monoho II past year way one of r Conner cited labor shortage,
.. m states. This docs not Indude'!general culling and upgrading I rising coots of production and
r : -. A thief o r he value of other farm mar In the rattle' Industry The national rising taxes as some of the eanI -
.j ; } 'thieves( broke Into the Fie,. ketings In Florida I rycle of herd expansion I I linn a I problems the Florida
t "i Restaurant here early Sun Conner laid this year t"ril" sP1|>raro to be nearing an end farmer will face peat year.

day and made off with between I rut crop scored a remarkable!, rlorida'i rattle population ma he said, offsetting fac-
\ \ 'ii 1)125 and $200 recovery from the December, be somewhat lower In 15: ,"ytors wilt Include new scientific

\ .1 ... | Eric W. Cartwrlght, owner,, 1002! freeze, and that citrus Conner pointed out there and hnological development! ,
II''iprralor of the restaurant, laid prices reached record highs would probHhly be little Improvcmont Increased methnnliatlon, Improved -
) ; ((entry was made through a wind "It appears the Industry S Is In poultry, eggs and marketing techniques
2 J w between the connecleccrvlce d well Its again to the dairy farms. mil
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.. t. .. II'' Unef) broke into a file cub. I
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one of the door, which are unlocked "turn tiled Press Firm Writer gram are expected to he mug!bo are eliminated.
from the Inside. bu I WASHINGTON -. Farm ala ly the same a* this year I Same IWS! price support will

chose the soma route that h. illl/atlon progrims for li are!\ In the can* of cotton, far m+ be lower \than this year, t h e
entered 'artwright said.invN \ alcty well Nt f"r most corn are amlgned acreage illotmenit fa principal ones being cotton,
"Uatmit I I officer wee e miHlltim. Mont 01 ham are In' the minimum permitted I I I y corn bailey, sorghum grain and

Levy ,Coil ty Goes To Tallahassee and Sh<'riff'a WHIUrton Deputy Police Pete Chief Smll Vernon I th., Ilse with those m'effect this, law, Rut special l payrnrnl ai r. ski at Hut the Mine In these
)'ear.Rlglil. offered these farmer who u ai'rforta' will be offset Insofar s

Representing the county and IU various communities in the Jan. :5 inaugural parade In Tallahaoire Macy. marketing quol.H/ will 1 derplant alktment/ it 'least :!13 .* those who reduce planting

aboard the Levy County float are Levy lovelies (left to right) 'andy ('lark. Cedar Key homecoming queen; apply/ to cotton\ most types of' per cent. ne concerned by increases in
Cornelia Bowman, VMIIntnn, Mii Levy County; Jan (;'oldenillitton, Mm fhlefJand Watermelon Festival Stale Fiuul* tobacco and pranuti A grower In the case of wheat and th a payment!

; Carolyn llarrli, Initlin, 1963 Dunnellon homecoming queen; Kay 'annon, Chlefland homecoming queen; Hclcascd referendum( Is yet to he held on major feed grain tort I.I. The new year may see the
and :Mary Swilley, Cult Hammock, Bronton homecoming/ queen. Not shown! I IH, Hclhhltehurst, \\ iIIi,.. Meing Mies quotas for next ) barley and sorghum grain I government taking action, how.
ton homecoming queen, who will depict the farming community. (Sun photo by lol :Meeker) rice crop. Rigid planting 'eal-//grower are offered price nip ever, la b o I I. I r m.rkof!
TMJJUCASSfcE! : (lAP) Appropriated .
mrnl.1 cover eager beets end.ports roil payment for comply' some, farm product not subject

funds totaling fill, :sugar cane, All these rrnnn art ing! with. program. ..designed_ to i a production contrail and price
U),2(3 to run the state government available In large supplies, luPP>tll. It tin the to

Float to Show Co. during the January-March What,the Agriculture Depart- New PiTiiiirr enter market to buy power a part of
of the 196415: fiscal
Levy quarter year mrnt calls voluntary eon !role he production" for the purpose'of
were iht-eduled to be recessed I have been net up fur wheat and For Sy'riaPAMASCIJJ. strengthening producer
today hy the State Budget Commiailoii -
I feed ,r.ln., aim In surplus sup _. : Syria fAP prh'f' Thl year, for xampl,
PI Kuwait 5 ruler, sheikh Anduiun It bought more than tax)) milon -
Release of appropriated fund Vo change In the dairy pr& Salem F.I Sabnh loilny rtip- worth of beef In bottlerteak
Riches at on a Quarterly basis I I' a routine
InaugurationBy I function of the budget commU- gram, which l II .limited) govnmcnt pointed his younger brother, rattle price. The pur.
don. nunha surplus Crown Prtnre Sabnh Salem ASabah based product f<> la welfare
. dairy products, .U expected be- premier and liked him riigrami and school| tunrhei.

': BOB MEEKERSun 'fcrth the abundance of Lev)f float Her head will be adorned I The float left Chlefland yesterday fare April I, Surplus dairy IIJ' form a new. government fur Neil year, a* has been the

Staff Writer County with the traditional I golden l I for Tallahassee. Leonard Egg MarketJACKSONVIUX ,product are set i a* much a the oil-rk.h little emirate" on the rose for a number of years, upward .
problem a* they were In other I
Persian Gulf, of 1200 million In .
BRONSON: Levy County Depleting Cedar Key and the! laurel leaves Cobb, Mr*. Filler I I and Mr*.I (AP> The !recent year. Sheikh Sabah and his 15manCabinet ;! will be made to farmer pay.'menl

will be represented at the Jan. seafood Industry will be Mist I Representing the firming,, Oma lidirton accompanied It northemt Florida egg market I Such products a* beef cattle, resigned Monday night t who carry out approved i 11

ft Inaugural parade in Tallahassee Candy Clark, Cedar Key High I community will be Bias Beth to the capital city to make last rk-e* 1I In retailer: //11'11. sheep, I.mbl1111, soy.be.n. under parliamentary pr..ure end water conaervaUun prac
by seven of the con nty's School homecoming queen for l minute repairs and idjustmenti. Extra large M7, mostly 47, *, flaxiired. dry bean, 'after only a day In office. The r'tkei.
; While hurst Wililston
lovliest young ladies aboard a 19M. Candy will be dressed asa High large 41-n. mostly 41, medium peat, P'tslM.- (fruits vegetable I crown prince bee been Kuwiit'i The new also, I/I
float depleting the county, Its' mermaid surrounded by fishnets I S e h 00 I''I 1964 homecoming The inaugural parade on Jan. Mt,-* mostly 39; imall JI-M and tree nut are not subject I premier since It became a par. i M tee the expected
government continuing
various communities and the and delicacies from the queen. Beth will be drewed In Is will HI the culmination of mostly *1.Poultry to either prvliK'xwi limitation I lameniwy monarchy after Its to send \large quantitle .f
products or activities of each. sea. a checkered shirt and shortoverall labor of many In L y I at farm: fryer 13; 0' government price support I I ndrpendenr"' from Britain m Ifwxt I abroad under the food for
*. She will hold I \largeMpermache County! hen IIR'' orb ,
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float 1 Is covered with I ... : com I peace program
The yetlow Miss Carolyn Harm, Inglto/ ,, peanuts depicting -- __ :
piper flowers and all of i'1963 homecoming queen at Dun- the principal crop In her area I Ii 11I OHI) IIIvlfAltlIITATI{ \ '.. ;-
Levy County's product and''nellon High School, will wear a ( 1 THIN TIIK: MAN1 .

items depleting the outdoor nature sailor suit and depict the atmosphere The float had Its beginnings )
of the are. A large sign' of retired living In at a meeting of the Levy County

on the rear of the float proclaims I'the Yankeetown Inglis area. Commissioners, at which: a
"l acspe To Unspoiled: delegation of civic leaden and Education Core of Program I
Levy County" '!, The area's watermelon: Industry Chamber of Commerce members ,I

will be portrayed by Miss beaded up by Cart M ell- ..
Miss Cornelia Bowman, Wil-i(Kay Cannon, homecoming man asked the CommnJion' fortlfinancial -
JilteD M4's Mist Levy Counity i queen at QuefUnd High School, assistance in advertising 'I By BEVNV CA.WJV crime' "I Iatoohol"I like treating ani 1 Academic fupervlsor U Richard math. Engliih and lilerstLalne 'inltori with marched Dm ,,I *.
will reign supreme under a''for 19M. Kay will wear green Levy County In the toaugur. ;:r SUtdcit JouraallilRAIFORO Warren, a firmer Union to ant thing r' at,: land and JAil
latticework ;arch at the height|[shorts and Jumper and be a 6 al parade. I County school/ luprlntendenL ten t permitted.
The Florid* i provide good e* TruaUe. of
of the float. She will wear a,ing an outsized like of SUte Prwon I* not tvtbke j i ample. ..n, academic program Warren hat'tgft, aloft number "W.. dunl tulerale" lhb ci .',r, '/ Jot algnmeot g. 1 t the
The wmmmloneri Imously .
ens n Many
white end melon. -
evening gown crown.1 w.tn.j mail town. and r. ., '.") p t'I.m,' and IJI,.' accredit artn I willing to learn ur-1 mybs serve u /fire help. 01 hen
agreed the Mica was a
Also wearing a flowing Wearing ber flowing w food and allotted FortoerNation but the nhabi- teacher.n aiMilwn. he I their beat," Warren tV .M"" work oufilde the heavy gate
gown win be Mm Jan Golden,(robes and carrying the tr 4 for me the project promptly It ha. a population of more I r '/come' from with many Imrwi awuUnU. "Therefore, ducipllne" p r 'I "> 11ft the farm uiufcr Utlle m-
Williston 19M'i Ouefland Watermelost of than JAM III !then' errs are extinct (perrbbn.wok .
-( juibce. Miss Mary Includiiiji guard*
Festival .ho'l' SwilltJ.// Not very l 11)/11 ago, Wane I The library to sm.alIII.f''/ ,*
Queen -and sprawls ever JJM acre tell In fcw >w-'l prboner .110 do r d
will. attend the 'C' d.t. .r to how uc-- got tc a young man lam all kind of hooks n 'p'
large OHM.eU
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golden School's homecoming queen for{ 'r Union and Bradford ceuntie.. tMIIIII "+r. rrh tftatlon pnyswMl *....JJr""iher riM w'I law looks and KX t >,k> or loll In the tobac-9
horn of plenty which Agent, and Lev rary ,pl'-i ,
peari' 1 14 will Ml at the head of the. > County I' laundry er clothing/ far
t.1 **n, but Flffiatet write The man tad I .
1M fete young Warren i
Agent Leonard Cobb and Jim It has tartan..., a hvopital, say i story, Swme, herd cattle or work
t two of hun Joey al the fit, .
wthree bias n
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f1 I Ealet were appointed eovjinutte church and a farm. It IM regu a* oroVrlM and trchnKtant" : In
l" : ;-runner* rrtum.y.tlk" gnxk level demic eatllWlhip Dale) 'he
Installation of Officers to get the feat /hull l 1 everything meet other town hospital.Others .
and entered to the parade. [II h ave eteepl ....... women ". ,l W. H. Klnkiej Twenty (Iwo mnntJi law, negto Course M offrfl 14 ," work M el<<1rld." .
and freedom ..... prtMit p- t. agree thatsweieuaar I'Joey' ,..mi th* Oneral IAIu- inert twict J ytar carptatertor nviintenance
Due Williston I IwtLUSTON The float was built by ...... And 'h men Or
at Lodge and rtMegratiunae i eafMi | *tIopmr'" lest (nd alter prnoflrr. X1'1' a* printer ''II I e In*
bore tI the church ttl Latter The men bent art Ue men IW Wer Ute toughs! t;reoeMd Ih bosh ..risesd..,high idMol ...,... M -"> t" mate* publish a prison. magaAnd .

New eCfken: Jimmy WiWam. Knfcr del.car Day 1 Santa, of Oueftond. TJsesse'Iwhe Mywhere eieepl fir en ae irane'' :toe an *.prioi IpIoml from Ti.>'ia we. Thu.('... to bl.her Mudw i>t <': rfcorrupnnnVnce. WK4

of Oral Lodge .N e. 117 Carter Harrison, participated ai actual ranti togThey all are Uwbreai.rr to BI.f ,.. I iI|h. crammed U .-<*. *l lerrw "wrvi some stamp out liceme
kuuw rtractioji under the duress of ofIf" They are robber and Al present, Iwo new a' > i iKhnol plate. The IMi
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ceremonies open to the public/ itrward; Raymond 14obiraoe.;1 and Mr*. Ztr. ja HarJiraw wlen. They have beers udg.. atudMKtcrtmauj "prt1OII.1f1 a I I 'Now' .Jrr'. My, "be"1 -. toe !Ne*.'>''i < red bedkgrounij and will
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12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, December 29. .1964

t i Ocala Nips GHS in Overtime ) 4fi

By MS NISSEN: to pull the Wildcats to a 62- : .
Assistant Sports Editor North Marion 57 advantage and seeminglywrap ;

, Gainesville's hustling Hurricanes up the battle. "
missed a story book But Welsch came through
,A Bows 4H3: LL/fl
finish by one point last nightIn with another steal and layup
I 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 rCKljb 7

Wayne Rick and Boyd Welsh score seconds before the final Z -
led a last quarter surge that ----- buzzer.

pulled the Hurricanes from to pull the Hurricanes Into Froze Ball J

,\ a 12-point deficit to a 62.62 the thick of things at 48-56. I CHS froze the ball at the

k II deadlock as time ran out Welsch then took over, leap start of the three-minute over

I lam'rl wt But forward Jim Stein dropped ing from nowhere for several time period, waiting for one

I 3t in a free throw In the steals and quick layups to rattle shot. But Rick was fouled with

t overtime period to give the the Wildcats. 46 seconds I left and, missed

tall Wildcats a 63-62 decisionin A jumper by Carl Johnson, two free throws and big Jeff

;. tt first round play I nth e two layups by Welsch and a Curchin again grabbed the rebound "s'r H"J
Gainesville Holiday Classic John Willis jumper pulled the for Ocala. f

Green, Cove Springs nipped Hurricanes to 57-58 with 2:26: The Wildcats kept the ball d .JA"
North Marlon, 44-43, In another remaining.. until Stein was fouled and drop-

thriller In last night's opening Tom Purvis then tallied 0 n ped in his free shot with only so ad7i' hr a )
contest. two free throws and a jumper 12 seconds to go. Curchm again r

Tonight's Schedule grabbed the rebound as Stein I
( ) Wlrepfioto to *i| sun,
Green Cove meets Dunnel-j missed a second free throw to

Ion In one semifinal clash t o- Rose Bowl keep the Wildcats in passes. Pardon My Thumb ;
o'clock and Ocala Reserve center Tom Parker
night at 7 ,
battles Jacksonville Paxon In stole the ball In the dying seconds Vllanova'a Bill Soens uses a one-finser hook on JVichita'. Larry .Njj I la 1

the other at 1:30.: Teams Work and raced for a layup :Monday night's Quaker City tourney came. the eon'

Dunnellon defeated Haw-] but It came after the buzzer test. s
thorne In I Its opening game had sounded.

last Saturday night, while Pax On OffensePASADENA 21 Points 1
I on blasted Pal atka. ;
/ Rick finished with 21 Russell Stallwortli Top
Rick and Welsch on
put Calif. (AP) points, IS of which came In ,
I dazzling performances In the I It's getting to a point where every the second half, and Welsch
hectic fourth period as they minute counts for
Michiganand I i
I took turns rifling the ball Oregon State as they con pumped in 14 markers, 12
I in
coming the last two periods. Stars in Tourneys
I through the hoop. tinue football drills for their Bill Boa fired 17 points for Cage

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

7 I.;AINFSVILLK'SSTKVE 1.t;(;m'rl' HUES: SHOT Rick hit four straight jump The weather took a turn for late in the third quarter. DICK COUCH Fourth-ranked UCLA, unbeaten once-beaten Cincinnati plays St

Watching Are Ocala's Curthin ((42)! Thompson (25) shots at the start of the quar- the better for the first time in a Curchln, a 8. 7, 240 pound I Associated By Press Sports Writer, Utah and Iowa Joined Minnesota John's in Wednesday semi 1 1pals.

week as Michigan held a two- hulk, led all scorers with 22 In the Loa Angeles semi The Bearcats ripped Tern

'II hour practice session Monday, points and pulled down numerous Sensational performances by finals. The Bruins ran their win pie 83.56 and the Redmen 'd;;:'d

Orange Has FSU Aerial Attack Oregon, meanwhile practiced, rebounds. Purvis, a 6-5 Michigan whiz Cazzie Russell ning string to seven after an LaSalle 78.71 Monday.
for only 40 minutes before coach '
Wichita All-America Dave
I Junior forward, followed with ,opening loss to Illinois by whip Off
Tommy Prothro called his boys Roily Pays
17 points and also Stallworth have kept the holidayball 9979. Utah 9-0
I in did a yeo.man' I ping Arizona Wichita beaten bv
saying was displeased! only
In for nation's
rolling the top and
Mission State 7165
with Job on the backboards. nipped Michigan ,
their work. igan in eight games, overtook
Worries Oklahoma Purvis I guarded Welsch two college basketball powers. Iowa defeated Southern California
"We still don't.know how far Russell rattled Madlsor Villanova on consecutive three-

BowlNEW along our boys are In preparing closely holding throughout the GHS the game, Square Garden boards for 36 7165. I point plays by Stallworth end

Sugar for the game," Michigan coach basket in the ace to a lone points, leading the No. 1 ranked Duke's No 8 Blue Devils, idle Kelly Pete with 134 minute ,
JACKSONVILLE (AP) Getting Bump Elliott told first half. play and pulled In the''-.
AP) Ben a meeting of Ocala Wolverines over stubborn Manhattan Monday, seek their sixth victoryin away
ORLEANS ( ready to meet pass minded the Southern California football grabbed the lead ear 90-77 In a first.round seven starts at Ohio State nal 10 minutes. Dave Leach netted
SchwarUwalder, the onetime Florida State In the Gator Bowl ly In the first quarter and held
writers Monday. 21 points and Pete 16 for the
of the ECAC Holiday Fes- Wednesday night.
paratrooper who guides Syra- Saturday brings haunting "I like, the way It looks out 10 to 15 point margins most of I tival game at New York Mondaynight. Russell, Michigan's 6-foot-6 Wheatshockers. Jim Washington!
cuse on the gridiron, Is a man II thoughts and shudders to the there now, and hope it stays the way The Wildcats led, 16- backcourt ace, scored 22 first- scored 23 of Villanova, now J-'

with a mission. the Oklahoma coaching staff.They've that way for the rest of the 9, at the end of the initial Stallworth, meanwhile, scored half points, hitting on 10 of 1J Cliff Anderson and Tom Duff
He wants to prove week," Elliott said, looking out quarter 32.21 at halftime and scored consecutive baskets n
of college! been studying filmsof 52-40 at 20 of his 29 points in a second- shots from the floor, to pace the
brand the
world that the the window at the bright sun. end of the third the minutes, giving StJoseph's
East Is Horlda State's last five ;half rally that shot No. 2 Wichita Wolverines to a 45-39 halftime closing
the :
In period.
football played But midway through the aft a 71-69 lead, after its
previously-unbeaten VII- margin. The Big Ten favorites
kind playedIn and conclude that FSU past
to par with the games :1 ernoon practice session the sun Well had stormed back tntn
alanepd Illml
up his chance resembles one of Oklahoma's lanova 86-74 and into the finals wrapped up their seventh victory
Dixie. 110'11 get went_ behind the clouds again. Green Cove with 17-2 contention with spurts of eight
meet early season foes, Southern Springs used a of the Quaker City Tournamentat in eight decisions a
when his Orangemen i Overcast skies and a weeklong well-balanced second and 10 straight points.
attack to trip Philadelphia.Two burst midway In the
which beat Oklahoma
30th re- California -
State In the rain have bothered both!
Louisiana clas-I, I North Marion In the nIght's half, Russell contributing seven Anderson led the Hawks' bat i
newal of the Sugar Bowl teams during their first week of Beaten
I "That particular day Southern opening game. more points. snced attack with 17 point'
sic The Friday.last time Syracuse playeda California was hot, and you I forecast Is for, more rainIn of The the Blue first Devils half trailed most Nine of the top ten teams In I Cazzie finished with a 13-for-!,three less than Illinois' 6.8 Sin

Southeastern Conference team know they were a fine team be- the next two days, with clear 27-23 but took a The Associated Press ratings 23 night from the field, six of Thoren.
also beat Notre advantage at Intermission went to the In tournament'sthat I Indiana trailed St. Louis "
Ofa and Schwartzwaldcr cause they skies expected Thursday and post seven free throws, 13 rebounds
In -.
was to forget that Dame later," coach Go m e r again for the game. and held scant leads blanketed the country. The and five assists. six points early In the sec a
would prefer throughout the final two Illinois and St half before the Van Arsdae'
Jones of Oklahoma said Neither team has played In per. only losers were .
game stunned the Orange- "The day we played them," the rain this season. Michigan iods. Louis, beaten by other membersof Bill Bradley, Princeton's All- twins- Dick and Tom combined

Alabama and In Schwartzwalder's he recalled, "Craig Fertig hit' COMER JONES played Ohio State in bitter cold i Robert Stone tallied on a the select group America and Olympic star, for nine straight por) :

men 618 words-- "set Eastern: II of 28 passes for 212 yards. FSU 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 fin-
football\ back 10 years" We fumbled several times and! regular season, while the Beavers pull North Marlon to withinone which crashed the top ten for the Tigers outran Syracuse 79-6r' works. Jon McGlocklin pared

college\ : decade Is up and gave them some easy chances, No team riddled Oklahoma played during a brief shower point with 44 seconds left. the first time on this week's bal in another ECAC first-rounder.' Indiana with 29! points and Did

SchwarUwaWcr That says his team too." with passes down the stretch as er their game at Colorado. Mike Bartholf led Green lot, outlasted the sixth-ranked Princeton_meets Michigan anc Van Arsdale added 18.
Prothro said he wouldn't have Cove scorers with 13 after 16- --- -- -
wellto points, mini 75-71 blowing a
\ have to play Sooners won five and tied
knows "they'll Sophomores held practice at all Monday It and stone topped North point lead and gained the
their end. one of their last six for a 6-1-1:
hold up the rain had continued. Marion with 17. Bill Davis
and finals opposite
'Quaker City
Syracuse' great wpho- Another member of the Oklahoma record. '
On Sells
Edwards chipped In with WIchita. The unbeaten, 10th-
Little, '
Floyd staff said the Sooner'spass
more Senior Charles Mayhue, Junior: 11 points each for the Colts. 1 ranked Hawks have won nine
of the defense In that New
''f will\ ride much game re Gucrin
Larry Shields and sophomore O.'NIS\/ILLI' victories over
victory : ewe 1--1.11 weeh 'starts-including
Bowl that Inexperienced
fleeted the fact two
hopes for a Sugar : Ross became tlI.. : 5-t'a' Ric.' 1.71,7 wit. SAVE !
bow-legged Jill- sophomores wen Eugene an accomplished ,h'o: : sop, Lppen. lea, I then nationally ranked DavidIson
Little, a crew of defender!' a_r. 1-0 I. TI..t' 71417. and St. John's, N.Y.
In ; pass ;
828 yards the three backs Hawk CoachST ..
pkked up among deep or OCALA Mor H'II) Thom'...
pounder behind star linebackers Carl Me fell 98 68 before
best perform- defense. I.5 17 0'1"0.' ,1-4, Purt'", 5.7.177 5..In, St Louis, No 9, ,
119 carries for the In u__ __u Adams and David Voiles i ad leo 5,,.Curchin It-ill. Tolllli' JJ-IIO.: a furious second-half rush
?nee hu a sophomore Syracuse LOUIS (AP) Ben Ker-' by qutrllrv
0..1. in
i< ii n 11 l-.A by seventh-ranked Indiana
Malory. That sthan PankralzIlcclcclcd McAdams and Shields each r ner.the St. Louis Hawks owner ......vllI. HtU I" C_? the opening round of the Memphis ,

was better in his first year wear four stars on their hel 1 who changes coaches with the OIlIIN. COOS. SPRING' 0..,...... State Classic. The Hoo-' Enjoy Curling
Davis :5I.77 '10" -111, Nut.hin' 1-:107: ,
Jimmy Brown and Ernie mets. This means each pickedoff lame ease that New Year's resBlutlons J....,. 57.7. Sow"."," 1:10': asset1q /, .. stem, 8-0, meet the host team, '
being bowleggedhelps four T.' ,41"
Little says opponents' passes broken. Is ready tc I'
( are None MAIION Itfwurti. |-in, 95-92 overtime victor over BLACK LABEL BEER
his balance. Voiles Is a two-star man. I begin 1965 with a new one. Man, .....! 0..,.. H.III Prulll HOllwit Southern Methodist, for the title
"Other guys hit you from the Lee PankraU was named Only one touchdown wai Kerner dropped the ax Monday ., U-iri Wood, 1T".II, : IH1Nwtn '

Bide, one knee hits the other and president of the Alachua Coun- scored against Oklahoma bypassing c on Harry Gallatin ant I u5c..::c.,:..wrMr 5pnn.,; .1115 4.41 tonight. Specially Priced
they go down but my legs ty Spoilsmen's Association for In the Sooners' last I named veteran Richie Guerin a1!I MariMAnother. II I. 53 1-41 UCLA Advances '

won't btraightcn," Little said at a second term Monday night seven games. I player-coach of the Nationa I and San Francisco I For ThcIIOLIDiYS

Syracuse'i training camp In The group elected officers In A freak Injury to Shields In Basketball Association club. Ycaza? Minnesota other unbeaten clubs

Pcnsacola: Ha. the annual meeting at Guaranty practice Monday has Jones I Gallatin must have known hi .only national leaders advanced
New Haven, Conn, Federal. little but the safety man he ha I among the
The uneasy I time was short, realizing
DENVER (AP) Juan Fablo \- In West Coast tourneys
product scored 12: touchdowns] Elmer Burch, Edward Willis Is expected to be recovered by 1 been leading the Hawks for 21i I Dial, one of the top Jockeys but unheartdcd Washington
season, !five coming and Bill namedas Saturday, had nine
this past Monday were seasons. Kerner has t
in Panama and Mexico City,, threw a scare at the third-
against Kansas. vice presidents and Robert Hurts KneeIn coaches In the 10 seasons thi! rode his first U S. winner at ranked Gophers before bowing

I Routti, secretary I I club has been In St Louis, am I Denver's Centennial track. But 77-;& in the first round of the
Elected to the board of directors a defense drill. Shields ,none has lasted that long.
Aduli 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 ranked Dons matched Minneso
Dempsey Sapp, Courtnay Robert landed his knee bent backwardand that if I
"I'm at the point rider. He was grounded three ta's 7-0 record by smothering
and Dr. Geaorge llurff. was overextended, trainer don't finish first I'd just as seer 1 in
LeagueOpensjan.il times by the stewards for riding Pepperdine 103-64 a WCAC
J Cage Pankrad said that, the Sports Ken Rawlinson reported."I finish fourth (last). There's nl I infractions. tournament contestJit' 5"d
men's Association\ continue think Shields will be all glory in second to me."

to work for a cotrprehen I v e right, but I hated to see him Under Gallatin the Hawk .
-" j -
conservation recreation pro- miss the work." Jones said ,finished second In the Weston [

Gainesville Adult Basketball gram In Alachua County a n Another practice Injury made Division the last two years an,I iBrakes that pull to the left or right are Jdangerous..her.
The the state at large, not only d\\Glen Condren, 225-pound defensive are the runner-up now, ]'5 '
sponsored by t'j the
League, Department the hunter and fisherman' tackle, a very doubtful performer games behind Los Angeles. y7
the Gainesville Recreation for the camper, hiker, [ 'There's' nothing that w 1

will begin play Mrtn' er and all others who Plcnlck'i I He had been hurt In the Nebraska asked Harry to do that he didn! I BRAKE SPECIAL !

day Jan 11. door recreation. I game In late season but do," Kerner said. "He', a tin ;
Eleven teams have entered He also said that think did *
I the Injured knee was thought to j less worker I Harry a
F the league which Is divided Into will be placed on wildlife l I f ibe in pretty good shape. good job. 1 when winter
two divisions. Division I includes management here In Alachua I Jerry Goldsby filled\ In for I I But he added: r

: 1. Sunland Training County, as well as water con-'':Condren and Mike Ringer re- "1 felt that after three year weather says

Center, 2. Tip Off Club, 3. servation and pollution abatement :,placed Shields on the first units lour progress wasnt goo d 'GO make

Duke Lumber Company, 4. In the Orange Lake wa;I in practUe. I I enough with young players lure you

Tcnn Chem Research, J, tershed.Harry.
Fire\ Department and 8. Games- New Wsldwood' V-Plank / can stop!

vine Music Center. Division 11 I (:Jets1,1 I; 1

Includes: 1. C.\VA.S. Cooper's CRAFTSMAN

Auto Trim, 3. Alan's Cubana,
4. Gator DOM and S. City In :Miami Win HICKORY

Engineers.The AP-Rick
schedule contains Inter
division play with the division 45 points against stubborn Yale PRCFINISHED PANELING OET SET FOR WINTER NOWI
Miami an 84-71 victory "'
champions playing fur the city over gate the Bulldogs Monday night t1 t 1.7e Front sheets Removed ft

championship carrying!! the host to the finals] IIJ K1r Brakes Adjusted VB

of tho Hurricane Basketball -p 11s wont Wlleel 119
.artn. |* Repacked Convenient Tab-open cans
lUck Stcn'n dusk: against Maryland
night $1188 C Grease Seats
Checked are on tale now at a low
Barry's key baskets came JustIn
In GolfIt'd: ANY U.s.'r".1 .
time and helped :Miami break ."s18'$ Brak Fluid Added, CAR Holiday price Buy a cast or
after Yale had
FORT LAUDEROALE --Rick the game open
Stevens of Gainesville will be cut the margin to three points rje your Cat whore the xptrtt Vf1 six.pock today .
643, with about six minutes I"< "LET US SERVE YOU TOO'
one of the SO outstanding Jun- lor all winter ttnlct orkl
ior golfers competing In the play.Scoring.
third annual holiday Jumor golf It field goals and
championships at Fort Lauder- nine of nine tree throws, Barry SERVICE

date Country Club Doc 27-21 soared his scoring average h' GOODYEAR STORE SAVE
The holiday Junior championships more than 37 points per game LUMBER SUPPLY
Is. 38-hole individual In an earlier game, Maryland 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-J5J7 and !!II!!!

medal play tournament for defeated Tulsa 649 Yale ancTd A Complete Line of Building Materiel 0... M... H.. onI. \.-.1:" *...
boys In two age dip ["oM It >* meet In a consnlat.game :_ -I.... I .-..., ...--**- I ..-.< ,.".-
N.W Itfc A.e. fr 4th St. a Geines.ille FR 6.7545
IS and 11-17. [ the title match.

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;tJ. : 1 7'12: UF Faces Wake Forest ..

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11!} In Gator Bowl Event

Ad By JOE HALBERSTEIN -- -- -- -- -- Franks, 65; and Paul Olivier ;

1 Tuedoy, December 29, 1964 13 Sua Sports EditorJACKSONVILLE ver, 6 3, forwards; John y

r't\\ Florida Florida lo Seel Paul Fultz, ( 8, center; and
... I
another Gator Bowl .
goes after Tommy Nelms, I 0; and Jimmy

basketball championship t o- Clark, S ), guards.

night when it opposes favored Olivier lead the Longhorns:

Wake Forest at I o'clock at the Fifth Titlelast In scoring wilt a IS.4 mark

Bernie Tells r Coliseum here. Cage per game Pitts tops Georgia,
..tw Georgia and Texas meet in and the Southeastern Conference .

the opening game of the 14th n ___ __ __ __ ___ ___ with a 22.75 average Wal
annual event at 7:15: p.m. ler I Is hitting 19 a game to give
year and Tom Baxley tookIt On occasions, Waller to
The Gators won the title last goes Georgia a fine 1 2 scoring
How Browns year and In 1951 1952 and two years ago Both Gator enter with Pitls moving to punch.
guards will make a bid to !br
has taken It three forward and Jeffords
1957. Georgia he first player ever to capture sophomore Is fourth In the SECin
times, 1953, 1955 and 1956 laurels twice. Dwayne Powell taking over allUard rebounding with 12: a game.
Wake Forest and Texas are Powell is an outstanding The losers tonight will play

playing In the event for the Three Others 'prospect who averaged 233 a at 7:15: Wednesday In a consolation

; Beat Colts first time Along with Henderson and game with the Bulldog frosh game. The winners col--

t Florida also has had its shareof Baxley, Florida's JIM Hobbs last year. lido at I for the tourney championship.

... outstanding players In the was best player In 1957. AuiGreincr Texas will open with LarrySeason's ,
So you want to know how the Cleveland Browns rose up BROOKS HENDERSON Gator Bowl tourney. Brooks In 1952 and Rick Cs-

In all their fury and smote the favored Baltimore Colts, .ran ht repeat as MVP Henderson copped the honor sares In 1951

27-0, on Sunday to win the professional football champion Records
ship (NFL) of the world? No other school has produced -
BAD KNEE ACTS UP more than one winner of T.Is. ....
If you listen to ex-Gator Bernie Parrish, defensive corner- Swim ,.... WMltym M
the most valuable honor.
back for 1557111' Carollaa 51 N MIMIIllMI' "
the Browns, there wasn't much to It.
'MCltmimtOmgi., n 71"...1"... 55,50 .
"We made a couple of defensive adjustments that workedout UF coach Norman Sloan TtcH ... n OMMiomit M
.a Casa, 11 MOl....... I".'. n
real well, he said Monday afternoon In a telephone feels his cagers can repeat as "'H, L.11 .
conversation from his home OhIo Namath n _:e ..... is
In Aurora
Injured champions provided they play ..... PtrailDMMMM -..''''. ,.",.
"We used an. oddly-spaced, ever.shifted defense for our up to the form shown in the ,It So CW.fo'1

linemen. And we played man-lo-man pass defense instead of 7J 34 victory over North Car- ,II Norm" CtrMiM lit.. N ,74s.
the zone we had been using." olina last week. 13 twin c,wuM >. M7a r tllan74 ono., Aa
MIAMI (API) Top-ranked Bryant "the greatest football groaned, as the rugged 8-foot-J VIron74' tan HN II.Lan arN
Told that Cleveland's front four "blitzed" Colts' quarter vlo/nla/ 7aN "lern. It... 11M.N1
back Alabama probably has lost star player I ever saw, went down In passing whit from Beaver Falls, He plans to open with t the : .ryl.,tPunka 55 A 't.
Umtas nullifying .7at:
Johnny quite well In the game, virtually : INIWlo
I U soIwv 7a Nw15 C.roIIn1
quarterback Joe Namath for the pain while Pa. carried to the dressing I
executing stunned .
Baltimore's overhead attack Bernie explained It this a simple was same lineup that the l-J L 5)
Orange Powl football game here handoff during a drill Monday, room. Later, Namath was on''Tar Heels That will have Gary

way."It s a misconception that we don't blitz. We blitz a thirdof Friday night, but Texas Isn' "Oh, no, not this," Bryant crutches Keller, ( I; and Dick Tom

the time from halfway through the season on. We didn'tblitz chortling The Injury threw a blanket 01 :linson, ( 5, forwards; Jeff

at the start of the season. That's where tney were getting "We're" more afraid of Steve gloom over the camp of the Ala. Ramsey 4 10, center; and Cotton Bowl QBs

the idea we didn't rush the passer." Sloan, said Texas Coach Dar- bama team, rated a slxpoln :Henderson, 1.1; and Baxlc 'I
rell Royal on hearing that favorite over Texas, which was :S II, guards
Ideal Game Plan Vamath's fragile right knee had national champion In 13 and

Bernie said Cleveland game plan was "Ideal. buckled on him again In Monday'a lost only one game on its 10- Wake Forest, couched b y Take SpotlightDALLAS
I fidgety Bones McKlnney, comes
In his words, "We Just gave it to Jim Brown and his practice. "This Sloan Is a game schedule this year. .
i In with a 3 record outstanding
running made it easy for Frank Ryan to throw when he good passer and runner, He'sthe That was a one point setback ; a. .. -
talent and alight
had to. It time." boy who brought Alabama Arkansas dlcrence Arkansas under
gave Ryan more by win the (AP-Thrre's) a five-year
edge to tourney
Even In the pro ranks nothing blunts a red dog ruth bet through. Alabama hadn't figured to run In their ages and experience senior Fred Marshall never losta

ter than a running back who rips through for big hanks of I Sloan, also handicapped by a against Texas, the country'ssixth Starters but the quarterbacks game

yardage. And there's little doubt that Brown It the finestIn bad right knee, probably will K strongest team on defense The Deacons likely will sh t of the Cotton Bowl game have Oiimhlih got to show his

the business at that task have to carry the aignsl-calling against rushing. Its principal off against Florida with sophomore a great deal In common when stuff when the regular quarter-

burden for the Crimson Tide IfNamalh' hopes lay In Namath's accurate Jim Boshart, I S: and I I It comes to playing football. bai'k,' Fred Diitla went out with

Injury ties him lo the arm. I Job Leonard, I 2, at fo r. It wan the third game of the an Injury

sideline The 55-man Texas squad flew yards; Ronny Waits, I 6, season before each took the linked Poor
This appeared likely today into town Phil Harris Anderson l- chancre could
Monday enter; and John to show what he
VffiBernie three days before the nigh a 190-pound!( wingback Is the I.i and Dick Myers, I I, do Marshall who had becomethe
starting quarterback on the
game between the nation's No 1 Ra in tS J knee Nebraska K>
main casually guards[ un< r sophomoreRob
basis of what ha did In spring
and No. S ranked college elevens case and Royal said he Four members of the Wak ChurchtLh, rotted lo a "I training, was terrible In the first
and Sloan himself Is a wouldn't know until late today Forest team art scoring In, record
.._____ game against/ Oklahoma State
-- --
doubtful quantity. JOE NAMATH whether Harris would be ready double figures for seven fame Ha suffered! a shoulder Injury,

Namath, called by Coach Paul ,, may mica Texan. game 10 play. I Leonard: leads at 117. Watts to be sure, but that was part of

I right behind at 1H, Bonn Finley Sells the excuse to hold him out of the

was queried about a pass catch made by Colts' liE SIGNED EARLY PACTGeorgia's art. 131; and Anderson, 131. !second garrw agalnit Tulsa

flanker back Jimmy Orr (ex-Georgia player) when he faked Florida, too, has four players This and the fait that ho had
the Browns' representative from Gainesville and grabbed the In double figures but much Tickets been km tight had overshot his

ball while going out-of-bounds. The official ruled that he smaller total Keller, Bulty receivers and had gained only

caught It out-of-bounds, nullifying a gain of about 40 yarda Wilson a Pro? and Tomlinson are scoring 12: BossesKANSAS seven yards running with the
for Baltimore. I points a game with lIend non City ball,

"He was outof.bounds," Bernie said. "He caught the pass at 1H Cue'h Frank Broylen wasn't

in mid-air and he couldn't get his feet down lo-boundi." ATLANTA (AP) AllAmerica League back to Wilson" Sullivan said The Gators will carry the CITY (AP) going lo put him back In because '

Asked about the weather conditions, Bernie said, "It was tackle Jim Wilson of the UnIversity Wilson told the Constitution ; University of Georgia official finest defensive record Inlo the Charles 0, Flnley, who considers of the possibility ofwrecking

good. It was 30-something." of Georgia reported to "They told me that I could sign said at Athens they wanted to tourney, however Florida I III himself a good salesman, his football career ,

Told there was a day when he would have froze to deathIn have played his last season of an undated agreement lo play investigate the matter fully before eighth In the nation, permitting has sold season tkketa to each Two taxi games In a row would t

a game under such circumstances. Bernie laughed and football eligibility under a with them and that they would commenting only S7I points per gunw. Mi or the 13 city t'OIIllfllmf'll and hI' haw meant the finish

said "1 like playing football in this kind of weather." professional contract with the not date it until after Georgia ami's 67 la the high watermark alls It the opening of a new era Then roylttrt"" him

More Work AheadThe Boston Patriot of the American 1964 season ended, and In that to an opponent for his Kansas City Athletics. against Texan Chrlittlan. In the
Celtics Hold Wake forest Is icorlnj at a thirl fame of the season loll he
Football League, the Atlanta manner, I would be able to complete I Handing over the city now Is a
celebrated their championship at a private 791 while 7. canw ihrmiKh. He ran panned
Browns par Constitution said In todiy'a editions. my career at Georgia I clip allowing goat l of SiloS season tickets to III.old f
ty Sunday night. But Bernie won't be Idle long. As Cleve- signed this agreement which Baylor, Went point a game In the next few months. and directed Arkansas to I 2v1vlcl"l
land's player representative, he will go to Miami in a The Constitution quoted Patriots was not dated and I did not con- Rest Record } I
few days for a session with the other club's spokesmen.At President The Chamber of Commerce Fine Effort
William :
H. Sullivan slder
It a contract, I To 16 1'oinU .
Georgia From then there Ju twasn'I
these meetings, they discuss new demands these players Jr. as laying "We have signed with San Francisco on and city officials pledged lull on
the best will showoff about who
tourney's andoubt
might want to make on their club owners. Actually, they'reunion in our files the contract of Georgia Dec 26 and intend lo play with By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 4 7 forward Jerry Wal- cooperation In amicable the campaign would be the Arkansas quarter"bpik
representatives.Then tackle Jim an meeting,
hit off Wilson. We them. Beating the Boston Celtics Is ler, one of the finest rebound- with I Marshall compiled! 1,004
Bernie goes back to Cleveland to pick up -tea- signed him with coercion Flnley Monday
no and
: The Constitution quoted SulD In the Soiiihrailern Conference yards In total offence puiint
i tough ers ,
lie works In a brokerage office run by AI Rouen, he enough under ordinary
job. Indicated who made his fortune
son to us that he In- Flnley
van as saying that when Wilson circumstance but when" ; and liar guard Jim- i for four touihdowiw, scored
a Miamian who made a name for himself as a third base- tended" to play In Boston this apparently decided to sign with Iwo top scorers produce just your 16 my Potts I I; and lee Martin selling Insurance hadn gotten I three and made the All.South-
Cleveland Indians.
man for the year. the 49ers several weeks ago, he point between them its just t 0 Mac Crenshaw, 4-.7 III first has with his ticket ,writ Conference team.Churchlih .
Asked if the championship was his biggest thrill In sports Last drive prior lo the meeting Civic
Saturday afternoon Wilson
"returned the bonus check to .about Impossible pivot from Jaikflonvllle; a n dRay : was untested! the
Bernie said simply, "You can say it was most satisfying signed a professional con- 1lJ." The IM Angeles fakers Jeffords, 6 } sophnmore leaders were aloof because Fin.I I day he was' called upon to takeover

"You know, we (Browns' defense) didn't play much Sunday. tract with the San Francisco "But we still consider him our I earned thai Monday night as forward, are expected to be the Ify was pushing a lawsuit thai for the Injured Puda, But

We were only in there for 40 plays. I thought maybe we 49ers of the National Football property and sent the cheek I the National Baskrtball AJIlOIallon' 'other starters would give him an escape t hal didn't last lung II* got the

wouldn't even get a share of the gate. From the way they : : Eastern Division-leadng .- ---.- -- -- ,clause to move the baseball!! club (ornhu."rl swinging down the

talked, they were going to give our share to the Baltimore Celtics trounced them 131Th 10 another city, hampkimihlp lane< lie stored)

offense." (This was before the game was played). 112. 'lIw'pilality' At Monday's seulon. Flnley f Mir tosr'hdowrpr, psiwd for

Bernie admitted It bas been a long seasoa. Towteea : Lakers, front.runnen In I told (he council he was dropping even, tan for 1)2 yard and

games, the playoff -and don't forget the five exhibition / BImlIII \\ff- he: Western Division j got just 12 SCM/Ilion For :the lawsuit. He prnmlnH/ that I how for 1193J.c.iM-

games That makes %0, "So It was six years and ll games !Ointa from Jerry West and only the club would stay In Kansas.

lo win thai championship! ," Bernie said. __ four' from Elgin Baylor and never :City: for the three-year duration r I I1IN

Asked how long it would take the NFL office to send him Nall sc0.ot T_ threatened the Celtics, whonad Tipoff Club. of Us stadium !lease",

his check for some $1,000 as a winning player's share of Oe'" U..-0_...'"-.. c_. C__. It _-.... ...._ ... T_ six men in double figure "I hope the attendant e will be r

the game and his championship ring, Bernie said, "I don't sees. C., ......_ ... ....... 'I I TrwN 1 ""....... P. J"H" The victory kept the Celt six Member of th* GalnervllltTipoff I goal enough that we will slay!

know. But I waited six years for Sunday so I can wait a TIH"--UbMObwn S.a5*IN501 II 1l -Jals C5.aa5774n 71T. .... ., game In front of Cincinnati Club who plan to attend I IIIIIIllIht' for many years," Flnley aald. r )
few more months for the check and ring. They can't take Car 0.1.nM..h.l _m ft IM fNI'" n T-" -- "- a. 11.nClly 1 which rallied to lop San Fran- Gator Bowl banket Mayor llus W, DIY Mid e..ill. 5 f

It away can they" I.//1/. 5..a twni d. taw C.Nr MCll CiMWK HnMU I V.r..s5 C5Niss.s T.aua.r claw 111.106 Lo* Angles tat a ball tourney In Jacksonville rapping the litigation 'clean A... t

Bernie was told by the caller that the weekend produced w_TN.wal e..5 M. owl O aa oddity. There were four football games played Saturdayand i'as n. .....- Dais. IMC*M._Vm... .CMC.. NOT.U II idle St. Louis and now leads the hour I 111. campaign I hop we can'sell I Nora

Sunday. The winners were the Bills (Buffalo San Diego) --. Is_ 5w.- *..a.n. Nww_0.5s. It Hawk by three games. The event will be In UF I JflOO season ticket Th tit.
Blues (Blue Gray) and Bulldogs (Georgia Texas Tech), .ana./.M.-. I'"C__...10., L.. 0'wins. r..:CI-, $, ,.", ", In Monday night's only/ other coach Norman Jinan's Mil ,uy to keep this club .her Is toIUpplrt ""::t lot N .
.._ __ 57 n.5r ,./ Detroit dotrfll'dIn at the Roowvelt "Illet It will\ "
and then the Browns. All the "B" teams. CIIy lame 5 It. I.. floe.5
"Guess the "8" didn't stand for Baltimore, did tt?" he L"_. "CIIy...If K, 0v.NlNawwrO. CCra.a.I aN. ..... 5< ..,. CaN74n Iar_sM1. II York 121-117 be from S ISIS P m. < Then the councilman signed 1 4 171.171

queried with a laugh. r. 5SCl.a.aC I.5.iD.a.a. es. I'M a.ON..r John Jennings, captain. 0 I I heir ticket orders r.
L.r0.. .... .... "-_ .-- c. ._ the Club nude the
That it did not It could have stood for Bernie though.As / _. r r IICOLU.I FSU ISoatcny Tipoff an-

they say In the cliches, there aren't many nicer or -c'-I I nouncrmcnl of the affair,

more deserving people for It to happen to. *Iris..p.. MMWItl WINS New I. -.MC IUy Y"'L:::MMr/1.r;: I \\ Dcl'nulOKLAHOMA<< WHOLESALE PRICES

Ask who has watched Bernie Parrish -... .n.as w.waw I
anyone grow up /
CIIy ... 0._ .5551.., N. ass CITY IlolrllingSialithltga
n AP
and fight the battle of life and you'll get another great i LMii II, S..Mwi'. Mwr. Co'sa.i u. '_ III ) ON ALL HEATERS!
Is Florida Stale, toppled Monday
story .- ... ....... .. 5a1 ,='::'C=
It /wM.. PI. ,_Ml.w..700N. by the tough oXeru of top
M VN5.ws. fa teed DePaul, meet Crelfhtoo
I Ics,_,. 5ewl ... SAVE UP 40%
I Michigan Leads Poll >mv_ I?,. enn 574.. today In a consolation" game of a. We BYy OYr He.Ces TO
mw.,01 the All College Basketball Tour 04 CM ftmntn N 10
_,, KWtClMH. ..... c_ c... r soaw. DI'' ''"-- ",,. ON FUEl BILLS!
\.". N Maent a ..... II SI
By H.\L BOCK Quaker City Tournament. Dave Davidson. ai- Y'-N._as_, NL sore a The Semlmle threw DePau !.*.. KM.. 1..S.,. l... M 17..q Factory U

Associated Press 5p ru1t'rIter Stallworth scored :zt lo lead the the rankings ousting Davidson _- 75. eaa. Co,,' .. off stride and led by sit points _*V_ rNNs0ls.rw leg If., Cocked lees--
Today's seminar on bow to Shockers. Sixth-ranked Indiana, downby M,_"' _w..aw..a w w It NINKIA late In the first period But .._01 .N,. o..d.,...rN M If .wc Thereby EIIeioefalb. / !

stay on top of TIle A ocIatedPress' vole Michigan and 25e polled points 21 to fint-pJact the voting two pointa at the half, cam ..... ..-.. __llCAe1M II1M after a n.27 first half tie, the -. t ON..Sr_ c'. I.Is as rPC Middle ones.r I I
Blue Demon the (
.. put damper on Oww01 $45.10 Ie. Dis'tf
L. _
back .
weekly poD by 31 sport writers and to rout No. I SI. Loul I .w w.r C_ Florida SUM' deliberate of. sores. 5.. O r5Gist ,
will be taught by Michigan'sWolverines broadcasters. Wichita, which TIle undefeated Hoosiers are w_ x w.w 5. r H.W :
who seem to have' was 74 points back a week ago/ 1..57, ... r,0.., irM fent* for a tt-M victory c_ eo ... L- S. ,...... FOREXAMPLE
LIThe 5-. o... ... TIle Blue Demon far Brig ..>.. 4 I.... fc I m. mMWV I
mastered the subjectThe collected 33 point to the tight voting was based M I+... "- ...U.'-II Na !bans Youn. which defeated l, IMM 'C,.M...V. I/
Wolverines ranked No. I: race for th* top spot fame through Saturday and it r r wit CMM.. dw' i .Con. .- .e.-li !
.5..w.now. -
fad 0._ Ci ... 5.. r5q CreJcflt 14x7N' the first Monogram oil htattfJ
for the second straight week, ThirdrankedMsnneaoea I a point wen awarded oo a basis a- '
found Th will
give Manhattan a basketball scare Monday night but held on of M for a Ant-plac vote, I for Meets- ... _.-... .... game precedesemifinal .... ...-
q 010. w a match bet*_
lesson In the opening round of' lor a 77-71 victory over Washington second etc. '- .... a .1401153 s. 50.000 ITU
the Eastern College Athletic i in the Lo Anfrtr Classic I Tb top ten. with flfllYOC.eS -ptaee a5.Oasis Y,n A.o..a aa5w. steels Oklahoma City and, H lam It winner ea,,- .... w we -/eqav Recoil Price 102.50
over Rice which
c.e 055
Festival In the sam tournament.fourttHinked ,
Hobday -
Conference's to
parentheses and .
at New York's Madison Square I UCLA ripped Artona pot U: a.15- ...5L,-"...It.. triumphed over Louisiana hue :c- L .... I N 5s a.5.57a.N a Our WSel'..ot. 5950
tJ.f7 Ie
.. ..
Garden Monday night $-71.I L MriUp/ (23) 354 a7"a. ItMtf Price
c_ ". .
Can RusseUa 31 points I San Franmco. eomptet. tg the t WiclUa (4) JZ2 a- _. IIfY I Another tontobtxm game ptuj'iUV !O.r... OM t 0-i' 5010 I.., 1 1

wcrcam: some early Garden top fhr*. routed Pepperdin WJ- 1 Mttmota (6) 24* _- -Cao. -_, 1 afainrt_ Ric*. __ |",<-&C-M> e_ 1 5aial.L.... a 4 i I. Ot*.. t
jitters suffered by Michigan 'M to th* Western College Alk- 4. UCLA 21.
a c cc
and earned the Wehenoe' to lode Conference frames at Las 5. SM rraadaco (It m R Or.sra.p STENGEL f. AIR PORT I HONE 372.5333SAUNDERS ,

a so-77 victory.Wichda Joie.Caljf.Daw 4. Obnoa (U 1. ..- .a. A ,;

still second but *, up .. No. .. bat to 7. Indiana (1) U3I -----It r .- wma000t aa.w.1 -r....... ,t'."
wits WUKinied St Joepk73H Dub m ..- 1_ .... 111 OIL CO.
cl sling the gap. kept pact
M,1T.ae aeon5.a.
M M-74 triumph ever previously The Hawks grabbed the fatal I. St Lou M lit ,a. M '-- Goo T* tW. ,.,. II 4 ...W,"hS .
'- 44 is a. M ... --.A.. PHONE J72-OI94
vbeaien VOUnova .in the spot to the ranJtaup, asntsog II St Joeepe's S3 &_ Ill 1M-,'saNis ..

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a Abigail Van Burcn
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I 1 DEAR ABBY: I am a girl of 13. I love my parents but DEAR ON: Don't risk embarrassment by asking anyone I to Biography of a Mouse Continued &C:::':" ;.;..:"

I hate my grandmother on my father side, and I mean falsify a legal document. If you have the baby baptized In ,

I I really HATE her. She has lived with us ever since my your home town, hope your mother doesn't notice the date Asa teen alter Asa As an Altho he did do nicely In school PIO s r

,> grandfather died1. This woman gets on my nerves so much on the birth certificate. W Basil I Ratbone student. athletehe He had the second t.
I) that I could just scream. I try to Ignore her as much as 'I showed o wasalways lead In *A Mouse '. ..' ..,
I possible, but her slightest faults disturb the living daylights DEAR ABBY: My daughter Is a beauty operator and sign "'j is not a Gnome: .

', out of me. We arcn.t on speaking terms right now, but it.. when she comes home from work, she Is usually dog tired. ( r (( at the '
f i best this way because I despise the sound of her voice. I We have some relatives who make a practice of telephoning -< J .. J tail-end, I '

i don't feel like being friends with her because that would me during the day to ask if Susan is "doing anything" 41 ?. And was an

i be worse, believe, me. What should, I do? special that evening, which means, "If we come over will J== -of one day -heJust \IA 'YoutokeJe"
\ A ,
l BUDDY TROUBLE Susan free hairdo?
give us a I n becoming the
barely ( (
DEAR TROUBLE: You "hate" loo Intensely for a IS yearold. I never know how to handle this. If I say that Susan most important soueaKed (1, High and I Rodent.'II take
I The chances are that }OU are taking out all your has no special plans that I know of, over they come and living creatureon by. ---= ..... I ( 7 Low Rodent:

frustrations and hostilities on the one who Is least able to poor Susan Is stuck. She's such a sweet, bighearted girl, earth .r c:.,.,..
light back. Tone down your bitternem, young lady, and get she would never refuse to do their hair no matter how .-
I I this out of your system by having a frank discussion with exhausted she was. I've seen her stand on her feet until -

your parents. midnight giving those cheap cousins free permanents when AN'GIT KILT? GOODY:.' ( I'MA-COMIN.;)
they could easily afford to go to her shop and pay like w SNUFFV AN'TH' \ NOT ME !! THEN E CAN A SNUFFy"ATfcT!!

t DEAR ABBY: Our baby was born last March My mother everybody else. If I lie and say that Susan has plans for [ 1 REVENOOERS ARE HAVIN \ I AIM'TSETTIN'FOOTA DRYTHDISHES / tv
} 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 f PITCH BATTLE,LONZO 5 JL OUT CF1HIS HOUSE 1
had been baptized and I replied no. Then she suggested fession. Can you help me? ""I GRAB YORESHOOTIN'IRON
t that I make arrangements to have the baby baptized !In the SUSAN'S MOTHER AN'GO HELP HIM ((1

city where she lives, which Is my home town The reason DEAR MOTHER: Why lie? Simply tell those who Inquireto i -
I 4 I'm writing you Is because I'm sure the priest who will call Susan after work. Then tell Susan that unless she J :

baptize our baby will want to have the birth certificate, ENJOYS giving free hairdos after hours she had better

: which may put me In an embarrassing spot You see, I told gather the gumption to say no. The meek sometimes Inherit

rny mother the baby was born in June because I didn't want varicose veins. i
: ; her to know that I was pregnant when I got married, and ?

j r.. I'd rather she didn't find out the truth. Please tell me CONFIDENTIAL TO "LOVE: STICK BELLE": BREAK I
where I can get a birth certificate stating the baby was AND BREAK CLEAN. ANY OTHER COURSE WILL SPELL


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Sorry I haven't written soon where I taped some recipes. TRY sitting down to a full I i I find that if I rinse my plastic I1L HAVb YnU

er but the only thing I attendto I Now that I have removed the meal, while wearing a girdle curtains, or other plastic articles : KNOW T1iAr MENU At A AAATTER 0.
recipes and have finish e d I In warm water, then F WA3 P/eEP'A2i0 BY FACT 30C,0o0, SGSDERS I
bills!. which Is sizes too small.
promptly are my two f .J e AR'OLND: T.IE Via
cleaning the doors I hang them ; rHt FOOD-PLA.N
cannot to drip they are Ylt t IN
Mrs. G. V. and will h a' + r A, HAVB TVA- Miller tee w hap eaao -
you w
get the tape off. It seems as ,much more pliable and I less MEAL IN S.T ,
i Of i -
J. If It is almost cemented on. pens! .wrinkled when 4 r i WAi IINQrTONkY THfMATTnST: VA'CiViVT

Dear Hclolse-( Jeannette dry.Mrs.. .\. Jinks I' M ( y
j Are tired of getting I E. A.
Fi Cp
your hair wet, especially I In I 3

the back, every time you take A representative from a tape I I Today In History' 4

a shower? I've found a solu company tuggesls l 10 use -

SAFE cleaning fluid on -
tion.Fold awash cloth or fingertip cupboards. Several applit'alitlnsj,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS |Administration announced that : IJM.t
] /21
towel and place it Inside may be aeeeiiary. Then sands, Today U Tuesday Doc. 3, 'ia 4 per cent cut would be ordered v

your shower cap at the neck with fine sandpaper. It will the K4th day of I9i There are I in ceiling prices of used T

line. The towel or cloth mluhl probably be necessary for youl, two days left in the year.Today's cars.
get wet, but your hair stays to repaint the cupboards but':! Ten yean ago UN.: Secretary -
dry at (rant >.u will be rid .( {het! highlight In history: -General Dag lUmmar-ly
Mrs. R R. Hart marks ek? On this date In 1SU. Texas skjold announced he would gn l rM'S CMIr CCuccb4 r 2 ASKEp IoM Toy *V -
the that had been tr.i r si MUST TV Cd MOtl64.D iaeat x oer e s at CM WOOOff\ AT WE M THXOM I wi Rim Tciiii mti
e state a to .
only Pviping to duscuss the RaEli
Utllllwi I IS treeing *C< A fATWEi TO *AV TK MT X ArTaweo A Eoc0: s eus **"*. THI4 as Mt ecw. TK h* t \ OiNa,
Dear lldoise: republics, was admitted to the of 11 American fliers' w 'O4 mxoeocr i SAw MM ATTCASCOY 1O of FC.sweow ec e l a Cs.sO 5s,sj .E.7Yoc Tt ED TO S.iACa :MTawtD',
If you have a laundry chute LETTER: OF LUUITHl f I'ninn. It became the Mth state.On :charged with! spying In Red i'',-,i w eSEJAIL NP HW. *c n | f* FANG Inc rwAT NE9 nt7NEf roe nt TiMSS a, 6CI Ef' r wa T ,tA'It fAjLtD '.-
M. tt < WHAT M A? CONC MIM lIirMlf' ( r-'
} to the basement, use a large i Dear HeloIse: this date I I China. f :"

cloth bag to bring clothes upI Age and arthritis have slow In 1771, Svarnah. Ga. was| Five years age President O 1
In and when It's empty then ,rd my activity considerably I captured by' the British. (Dwight D. Elsenhower announced 4rpr. ,. .: ;
put the bag down the ihute I but I still have the appetite of) In INM. Andrew Johnson, the.' the United States reserved :

Saves carrying an empty 1 I U-en-ager! 17th president, was born in Raleigh the right to resume nu sI "
.' clothesbaskel back downstairs. My doctor wanted me to hose: \ NC. clear tests after a voluntary ban !

Mrs R. f:. lehnhardt to pounds. He suggested: In 11-41. gas lights were installed expand Dec. 31. I td

e I 1 wear a very tight I r ttNt'l I In the White House. One year ago TwenS-one, 1

Dear Heloise I ;around' the house all day In 1)63, Arizona was organ- persons died In a fire in

a I wonder how I cm remove My capacity for food has,bed as a territory' :sonville! Fla, and G JUIt'j l

eld cellophane tare from the I I'C ill but disappeared .and I amt In niVthe Office of Price ;lured* ''* I t L

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ANNOUNCEMENTS loa"dll'Y PuQ.1tI1! t-- Ihl'TO = :
the SUNALACHUA 'OV 33. AnN53u AMA T I 0 P t t R
I to AMWlMP CO. 1avms j
S. Guru, Umtt GAL. I ABETS
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.; GENERALHOSPITAL DISCHARGED: 4 PorMMIIt ttrvtal Person \ 1; : SS.: Skill edge I M P A I L. ..G A L 1

I ,,*,* eewmu.C plhhldAheonl 'T 00 P. S E N A J.U. ti
Laura 11..ml
DeKlyn, Betty Ann ...... NotlCMIPMrlM
December M, 1914 Erwin and baby girl; Mrs. An. Twk. 39.11Awllaota HAD E S t T A M I N

BIRTHS me Mae Parker and I Star SltMrt, CMM Cut to ,r caliph beers L I. !. M i S TAE' P 5with
baby girl. l 1 1n 11. 40.
and t NaSa T. o* AM: CompOed lndylkenl
Mr. Mrs. C. L. Burgess Mrs. t
Birgette Worthy and baby TnHigt' Tl I.eAUTOMOTIVE I 4.. ft. lawmet SOLUTION Ct YESTERDAY PUZZLE
Ideal Trailer Park a girl. girl Edna Willmann and baby t U. S.ddl. 41. 'aqfI"

ADMITTED girl Mrs. Louise Goldin a n i d hone 44.011111.: ., 2. SuppWed le 1 Spread wdrv

Irene H. Burgess, Mary L baby girl, Mrs. Barbara Lang. : PersonWANT 15. lade 4S.Holler audpallu {prlD- 1. t....

Prldgeon Marie Hutcherson, .ord and baby girl Mrs. Julia M Alt_ a I5.5,5Lssis 11.17. .1'r.I.\ 46.pthays''Jlleltd .t\"h 9. Teu.

Anne J. Vestal Alberta San Paul Mrs. Nancy Rogers True! tar Sato 19. Purr Apple ml..lon
O\\'N 3. Anlm"tO
ders Betty L. Fletcher Sandra Martha Varnes, and Leslie I L. M"' truck Tracnm WMM k Truck RMIIMIH (ffff 91. Mlrllm' t. 011 01 .. AnecdwAgt lOb r.M..., tt I

L. Cushee Lillian E. Arnold McElveen. brother nntellolw. 5. Sole
Triltor kmlHAWMXVCIM > U. Roust
Thomas Thorwald Herbert B. POLICE FIRE REPORT k St....rtM ; C 41. Alullaar era 'v." Ctperu tiles

. Ayers Jr., Mollie F. Arndt, Accident Roundup AgHmoWW. ...., I 111. ...111111.

Robert Wilson, Roberta Suggs, Involved in accidents reported U AuttnwtiiM HI I I IJ f S 17 a f II- 2l1.: City I"11.ly

_ Charles Jones F e n w 1 c k Mo by the Gainesville Police M '....... I Spwtt Crt I' I'

Cormick Jimmie Smith, Alach- Department and the Alachua 17 AUIM WMIIMIEDUCATIONAL ; a 21.11..11I" cuckoo

ua; Damon A. Nelson Jr.; High County Sheriffs Office during ADS C'd ,IS 21. Anarchist

Springs; Paul P. Funk Crystal the past 24 hours were: I. 'I 94. Pasch51ac

River George F. Duke Sr., Ala- Myrtle J. Sherrer 2203 SE II 54.15 a lnlwl. hbq ,.

chua; Catherine B. Fowler, 2nd Ave. and two parked cars to Malt Omlrt I" II 2' 7 1. 25 r.. : ft'II

Hawthorne; Martha Jane at 12:27: p.m. Monday at a park In'MInIctIM Announcements 21. 'rIiror'h'r.1

Crlggs, Crystal River; Mary I ing lot In the 200 block of NE tA\LLCs I" It U // // ,,// haldingt

W. Webb Steinhatchee; Ira 1st Ave. EMPLOYMENT I LOST fr FOUND E0 a J 7 t. 25. Mai'4laN :

Howell, Brooker; Beverly I : Richard Wilder Jr., 42) NE 11 ,.....* Mlp W...... >'. .. 24,1111dIlll: :
I "0.I 51a,5n "" 4515 5' Il
J /kers High Springs Cleveland 15th St. and ..... J 01JJ 30. ,aI.
; 3 parked cars, at 11 MW Hllp WMltol mlttlni from "| Ml JfflIt .

I Geiger, Trenton; Cecil E. Deen, 12.06 p.m. Monday at 1000 NW \I Nalp-MOs, M PNnaIeii *.IHKI Jink Sat oirwroa P1 M. 171 NimHOuM JOHo Knit* -Mill all .tier lr.M|* M l.rltrt Klltlry tortMHn 7J3T3l: TmmrropkrlS !

Trenton; 2nd Ave. sale Nap W,5M t i'fl |Hi9t. Irownint... ;; aura *4 ItMHtuD C.Illr.alit :: sa.: \\ be onar

I 1. Wart w,5td PweassN inoloun M C 'I"... D.y In Mss hi.urlui "mink"' mOo 0- ..
wore W,5/d Mlle LocniMM "..11.. ..... a. Iwoton. Mir (I.cur |,......... Sat to- / 'PUf
.ua si nn si onPI IM ".... Kal ail p.$ ball.5050 ., '0 d1 31. hlni'14f
IJ4t4ir PI Mm. Mull. Pittont ll'l lluiNMl Ili: ()
Talk and Coffee'For Jilt MKl.TWrty .
31. SpILhnclr
I nvl tMll 'In Mini torttlll
N Firm IqulpmMIIV I WILL C""I 'or all II'' or .... pltrn .J/* II cwill tor hso. 30 min.II hMw.5 I"Jt t I. L'ssea
N. my Pnon* PI, 4.l'4,. Men Ml'trit *n* UIHll milllnt
PlHj t IOnld
PMllllMTDvMtock __._ ._ _
all IPKUI imtllnt, fall I*
' DR vE -
New Years? a k SuWMIV LEARN TO litiri wKMlri' Oilnrivln Sun,
_., .. Tw MMPtll IIMPIIPIIDPAIAUIL "......".., Drtl P. 0 ... III, tl M.bil. H.,.. ,.. 14 W.r.,'..... PLpAy IS H..... Fir Sal* ...
PARKING Oil CIWIIM ,..,.... .Ntw. Vwl tl,
7 k SupMlMII a EASY WAY DRIVING, SCHOOl N. V Print lilnlv' PAtTtlMNUMIII 1rO1 PACEMAIC15 -Yl+IT"a. INTr [D ,) CRAWF6RDhit. 10* lauiTY i..un'. "nw.'t 11 ..
HvMhxk W,5MFINANCIAL ) tic lint it PII mmi HAMS' AODIIII Mil Suns IKIMM Ir.MIMI, TV XV ...... '._,., l/.o m>*. I I*. I lass,, Moatrl -
It.. Mlole
PASADENA Cahf. (AP) and It sometimes leads to trout CUT 'N CUSS IBAUTV IALONMty lose, twin. III ,.,. MI Iron, ..r.pr Ials Mnlnl, ...marms, _
5 .l a .....*.. Sw tt OK t'liiw' fin. PNOPCITIISAc 1110. .,7055015115r. Mlll-In" '.....
New Year's Eve, traditionally a ble.Staffing S"u each of the coffee | Slum MI SHI uu 50,75 550W. ro knit. rKMI - ---- pods llrMl .lln curMn
, time for blowing off steam .. umv A.* OTN HIM vrl, Plul | Pill' Mltomt FEDERAL QUALITY J '1051AS ui NW nm Ay*. Pr t-int tit.r .
houses will be at least one minIster U sail_. OpoortwdltotMonty 01.0 .'0'" "M .oot __...",. dote cIMnnMM HOMES INC. 051510 It lSIN5NwS Rtnr _mm,. ,_
could be a little different this 11 to LM IM tar nra NMdlKrinII In'" I SI. (C* IN. 155.>> cci
and /' Hems
as N '
one or more W. uw it aM viii*
year In Pasadena where seminary M AnirtggMMERCHANDISI < SPECIAL NOTICES "l.t.VALUll. Pit Hill *." Jonmiii. Mpr. ty VMiNA I4'....."_'..I.' -1/I. ..ir HI* By tmr. uMt.. coin arj
students from nearby Claremont om nt Mil" a 111/
Ml arm 0 tut town.jMmonmiy w
churchmen as Monoy WNNd P"U HTlI ..11.. .r mod.m ..11 lei CD"' I'T' GUILT 510055 vox toy M M lot to* tln.rtb.n.. ,...4lM, Mittl.I .
the will
, hope steam or Pasadena 54,50' Itr_, MOOS, d I tel 15075555 1ft Arw,.. taw 5s115o. wiitir In 45555 tomM OKKO T be constructive. Interesting and The men behind the Idea are I'M dog LIMIr.._,. t c n I IpiytPun4 Pat l.1sM5' ., ..,5515. S.'d knttof CaN sm to c WM( Hm, _O.-A, H,.. tl. I >Mth 4 on..*... MesA.... tai'M'ttiintHcap tool
Dt .ft. *poro" SIc 1551 a it .win. v* N) Mrtonftpj M do/ Uhf tArpit.AKI. Y5N muM
sober prior to Rose Bowl festivI- the Rev. George B. Erkkson, I 00 .m, Ownir PIMM call J tdram ........ OIM Mll>W on m-all. HI **_ r, imnm,. PnantPI
41 y>*nn1 I sun SOS. 'ItO M 55054. 0,55 55,555. .. _
minister education
of South
at a | 371.W'W'LL PMHirlM MwKtto. MMKfMl, *ln* .
ties.Their not b. rnpaMlkwhv Schools fr ImtracliMC01T waar 110' MUM Plat you CAW LAYS IIM' MI ""'"
IdeaGet the kids off Pasadena and M Mwhhwy k T MM > Mr 4S r.rN wmr.M It Ovw M . : church R. Don- tor ssy0.5 5,75 555 not 5,5) Hut .r I II I "Mid Mxa link llaat
kJlWInf MHrlll I It w .iwllMl Mtwninll. bullM I lltinin.' u>Mrt Mia
Mrry CltrltlmMn4 I.EIIDWIITlNO-
_ the street and let 'em talk. ald Weber assistant to the sari 5 hi MM lAMXIt Ness
. president M HMMlwM 0.. a Hippy Now Ylir.Prim ACCOUNtlNO tflMO I g n Young people seeking actionon of Fuller Seminary HrnrIUTTI Civil' Musk* T..,.,... (all l vAseM ... "
Theological 41 AntlUMMMitt. W01HI HOMII -c,..... Now. PwmS.HOWeLL'S .- ..Mily Axxiihii Arw T. Smllti, IV CWNM.I | IInwna.
"SERVICI HAS BJILT I ttocm Inm u.to.l Avawooe .
New Year's Eve can find it In Pasadena. Pr SW0TrMn s1NW 11th St 151115515. COLL'O'II' -f\,I !"
a PMt W II. P 5 a 307.NOWIU.'SIIiIINOSI I'
at five all-night coffee houses "The church ought to do | ,
1S Nds., 'If hI -
Sifts'. Child C. -
it Puss Oil k WMdtN 475.MODERN
opened by the Pasadena area something about collegeagekids I1TATI KAMClAIIII MOBILE
IMII Mrln loul*. 1'IMl'Irr-rn1 lor MfinforcnMI CtJfII'Jtrl ,I churches. Their main productwill wandering around town on n Cm Hunt PM In prlvit. M.M. RvtwtncM.a .NOW. POftMIIIU. lltJINNINtt. HOMES 5vr N5'I 11\4 II Ssm a.551y Now | lit, t MM fcama .ltn ell
...... /UM/Mss, 1,051,51' ...._. h. nut k Air Ned. Oawia kltcliM
P. .
be talk. The New
topic Any. Year's Eve, looking for n Ottlct a" ilpmntrtMulkol 111 L*>Mt PrM> *vnlnfTM _
II OtaePN4555N patty. I >*, mn "" bin bant in ran a k awe*
CHILD OS i loA"TCi'i ft p5 pm 0515, "'11. oul .. roan ........., eiipnal.. tnt .
thing. to do Weber M 'uMWIN yij k M.lyy
something sug .. ..... i.. Ass PH latt.
lit u
." ft.. .. LIU1.aM IU w Jet.1 I M! Sue.> M* Called the "Let's Talk CoffeeHouse gested. pat m.ON. POaw P5 "I". Oansld< ","!.', HI XXXt It, IInnWAY, CONI1"UCflON (O.

Project its goal Is to I "We hope the conversation .P.rl**>cd moth r will IMP chll.rn 21 Llt..IC' ft Saplltss KIN.MItSll Pnn0s5S0. r*,, 11715Wl'S0N 311 5454 w 551545. : ._ _
REAL ESTATE FOR SALI In Mss. oy *r nlnl ... HOWM ) -
_tun.otiT i
draw young people in for coffee, will cover some pretty deep _.bI. r>m tv day ..* at no. "JlONTlO" C"Tno..." .It N IWI H Now woi" OUT '''I
.. 'W
I a Mobil Intro lore till II M T.r. all HmlnonwIt StriHit hwm-ipown trim" to t.* in nil lsranny p5"'.' 0.m. III DOWN PIVMINTNl
, folk singing and bull sessions subjects," said Erickson. 11 Loll tor Mil. SA limit" ky mixn, fiMni .lln CPA "551,515' 0.._" 4 "'. toll! KltiMiti. namai% Ml naaylly ""an4'4 tail
HS Tr. |'ln.. (nil'. luMWnlnl I SInS. nu Mini mmyMKtl nwa imur aanitnKliaft, I.n I a 5all
. but no sermons. They emphasized that the 14 Wilr. rant Praptrty rnott cnmlil 1 Nuns *l "/ 50 .l PaCiAv.n.a klHIMI 0511.5. 01 Pnttw .- taur M4ri.rn. ana ma KM
II HMIMI lee .* FEMALE HELP WANTED .. 55 5,155. IN, 11555.5 ..,... SleN1,4 101,5 bast M
Colorado is M .pM
The five are on project being run on a by. pro' ,.... Pir .
UnMiii HMO .. .. ..,
I Plea' o".n.m. w AlacNoe ,_. 'l5. 'M II 5I55rls's4 Ionian M W" I-M
tor Sow TTTrTI1T
M CottogM CiTIx
Boulevard where guess-and-by-gosh basis and I WIlM' Mvlll Ml MICo. Ar... 1515. 55 55NMII" All .It, 55,55
young .314 lOW I000 05.S's .
.. .
I MMri.ncM O .
17 .... litito Iwhint*.! Immodlit ootntng tor M ... at N W. mil, lutes ana N W,
people and families as well that they wonder "how we are M pall I...,. WMIIMJ e..m.tlc''.... Tnll ll lull 5504 _____ PMM ..1... .. umwr wntrucllMi. Mil Nv* tun Plans Call IttM tally tr

_ begin reserving curb space early ever going to get the kids to w Out *l Town ProMfty Hmo C ennIis.,"miKwnt_ ...millon...' dlcwM wim C,CAlVlh,_ OUry" MM Pwim bas ln l's.b.*.. H**.> "CONNOLLYHottlw .M ,t 155.klKtlM' ), 110'11 pi*rMrl. rmulltM .375504,0'y
t-CV t
- New Year's Eve for the Tour. come in," Erickson said. 40 kullMU prop.rtladl all prallt'thwlnt AwHy *'ih IIWIM, Pit Ham lam. Ino. I k tOikiMylli 'uw 15 4M rU fI'k flrMMIf < N..u IISS1N.. lN 05,55Mw
...... till .11171C0WsOY'l buMs NwS w tai Nlan
RnMintlll IncorTH is D eanNSM MS.w mss/15 MmN MMy .KM ..."*'.. ... .... nama
nament of Roses parade on NewYear's Sometimes he said "we think "- taw ..- 7 .at Pnsln.Do. *. ka n hi utiMit IMa-
WANTED .p ., k .. .. ., .V" .
ell m. Acrutt 155 MaY 5 ,1100 swam *
there will be ,, .. 51.554 can TOfe W .NABS. PI tunr
all hint .
Day. so many we will my LOrrro .. 5.0. ...", ... .r,5 and _
w U. 441 rn.
MIN .. Ml .
44 Coli'''' Pnxxrty tur''it. un w. Univ. Av.WAN"I .. w enu Mr Ixilot D.' < L. MumM .' .
The curb sitters, especiallythe have a hard time keeing them to" COLOnTo-muf Nn.m44Iatah. e_ l..ry Dow P55, 1'e at" It* a. MuM HVM M Ml N II. dMll Pay MIr wr05.d.IMt Nwn4055 S IM'.wS pay.kaini. IN

older teen-agers, usually out. I think we can have some II 10 M S P*. Mal II LOTS FOR SAllPOKOYCi C'IOI'hIAISI 'U;, 1 l'.m Sends r. """. _
take ..y tnrv PrlMy/ .NW. HCIWlM4 10 PETS SUPPLIES s..." I* rtjHto t ....., litwujrr -
their fun they find it good talks. RENTALS
as .. roi SALe OWNII, i inrm.
374551LaeceeTAey L '" 10" 15 I tIC..II 4'050 P ll t. 1 "y
4>.1 CMVM Prwwty .*..... jIlD- rpmadweblr'1Tsc' ;;:: :' ..::" ..,... MNI1.. ._.1.... lawn, PI.. ... sM.at5. lull,
44 CMtHM tor IllltII nwwt*>*n. Call lfnW_ ._ a AlWIATtl. IMCIALI9P. n. 45 55,504 Pw/Vavw .. t tcrt ,lana; M Ma' na Purnllnwl Apt. 5,54, _. '."'<1 5,511I/ls' .. PPII* I;:: (UK* mitx-t. It WIN ....... COO M NM/lar5 a5I .. KM-'I :..em 4ii nn.
44 UnhirnltfiMl ApH.4T 0I' vocttlM,5 50151.Mutt Mss twltbm...... ".5' ..,. Ifmw, toil PIhr no wim. .'N ,', pry" + Oslo.IC : I

. Mnc* In oltlc* fnchlw. sod 5 Tat r.h 145 .N Mel, fi G..... Ownn tn, | MI*. U*, FURNITURE
HMMI tor I .. Punk ,..",. tiwwIMM M booMwwntAooly i..u''u COCKSU .NPPU i? 4515 m1/N seas N. if "it yr M Mn*
t World Capitals i II HMMI tor lont 5 Untom.4V 01 ChtmbM1 .* Cm n.r... 114. Mad "t'. e4 NW .... M"MOILLIII.. Realtor PHA Ilawp'N. wnf: hMltt 155. I UPHOLSTIRYP
: lams tor knit 415" I. UNIV." Av.. PP, ) | l>n. Mil Ml* P II I4JMnMNIArUHI 1515 w. 0m5" .* 41405lisoe. 5555 4*>ntr M. net Intul 0 ,
Sat "r. Go'ln. DACNINUNDi : wi U Ian si dl l.l..*f>. tl* HI SIN PI 1iM \ M wwlty MramMMll'Is
M MotIM HomMI1A WANTID -IWMlblATtlV: lull AKC .' ii ..... MaS ..v.1 5a5wI. : ,.. MwMI till t>4IIM
From the Sun wire services N MIN. mess. I Mm tvHW il wo' Cirt l mlrl < Pms.It MOS a mflfft, Ill 5m155 .1fII p.5 ....M.. to_Sly. 1 CONCa15e I1eN ....e k,.NN It 171.41424AINefvllll
WMit" **) T* Red b akwMM 5pwlea. .5411.. -- PM 174-1114. City ..n>r. AIM' **t* !.*. ....iMl |- ISM 555 Ass. law bans
SAIGON Premier and chief dent Al Salal of Yemen holds II 101.... "" -!!'!. NiM 375.145 .!!.-pps.CUs fNGirSH'SHtPHtROPUMWI 1555 WWM iMrt fcH I dais 45...555 CS'S 11.- se slat U'HOUTU'
u otnc Dm I,... | 11. My iilfl, _'ly InIXPIKICNcrO tor ..'.. wales m.. ....". ....... f spars OHM P45555044PM -N7A ,. ,.. N w im ML
of slate declare opposition to urgent meeting with Nasser after 14 luilnu PlMiUIISERVICI 1tI._. ," ......,... 53151W fl 50537IIAUTIPUL. Muffle .,....... I I .7,5 .......-P55 M 1d
AOv5d5/e IM 155II5v1C5 ... .. .
of 1350 It...POw.. _175504_ -' Mesa 5am. M.. .
last week's military uprlsl n g. all but one civilian csbl .. ChlWmM. tilt ChuoIwl I III V nMCw ".,.... IssSCMSV

concede that legal basis for civ- net reported to have resigned. LEGAL SECRETARY mat. Md*5y MMtny OH ro55wd k trwncly, toy- -

ilians' rule had been eliminated CAIRO Cairo press takingcue ,. twit ,":r'\- w -....... Ins'

appeal to military to permit from Nasser attacks U.S., H SpKltf hunks. XPIIIINCSO llctipnv trm.niMr Ill VIM'S
II Impr,5"M54 what' yes mm MKtrl* 12 M.II.1e H..... 'el Sli'
economic Blockade
of civilian
return government charges by tyMwrltM1 nl ashen
.e trwncriptttn
14 *.... k TV Nark WHERE
U S. will be defeated because II AppliMK k ,...11"' _o '*0". Reply 70,'Opln with. ..5111,mur,,. I* P, I 11." U O..U-lon.1I. _,., I I> INI.I

KUCHING Sarawak Malaysia U. A. R. can turn to "socialistcountries" Md155 Nvm5n5.it0296
and for 12 M.'. H.I, WeR'.* _
British Malaysian help. POs AiT uNPumiiHio, IMIl
troop along 100 mile border UNITED NATIONS U. S. LOCAL nroS'T.TIM-r USM0M50S .it. v onOyll.. TM* *.*r Mrwi -
tor w as. louse a.w.1 ... 55 HI M me. It* om.Hi .
separating Indonesian Borneo and Soviet Union resume search WANT'AD RATES w w boil. NiMnanS.srsman55 ': at OH, .... Ipm. 15 p ....

from Malaysia placed on special for solution to the U. N. finan- KIM ..-..,._. ...ra4A_ _0dN_ TIAILll >OI" IAII. if.*,...:
alert in face of marked cial crisis. PH. 378-1411 r**. l"n*als,, ard "'. sInN .... *.... ..I'" ii.. IMMI
,,' '., t ptla110:., 11 n. ,.IM Paw I/I 54.5._ > C I rgzTHIS
: buildup of Indonesian forces. MOSCOW Young artists won, pan, paid. yKitwi. WU M IIIIAIPIIIAI, Ufmr ./ Ifrt' .

HONG KONG Economic and architects stage unusu a I LOPClounifiad trilni Nrlft-liilM MI* my M| PltrW S.krMNw1l0Nt I *. ae1,5.5 5S.e5. Cw.lpWSvhen

experts estimate Communi t show of designs In obscure youth _tilPI *- m_. 6M cm t4n*mo.

China expanded trade with non.I, club, becomes talk of Moscow Only iLL-IOY II SM Mr ri, PriM Mini e"i Unlwttfy oCI' r.;5 Pliii.iii-r.ir--v.1:

. Communist world by 15 to 30 intellectual circles for work outside Ins AM. I P .... all Mwlly *..) Ml n pr IT* WI.K SPOTLIGHT IS ON
PrMil "- mrto4 as.
I per cent during 1964; substantial "socialist realist" f r ama COLCMIO MM! n'lMwrM a-I ro5 I* cal ae5SM *rMntort
vwtor M ,
kitMy > M n.0
: Increase attributed to SlnoSoviet ; work. Ashy In Mrun Mr.. t It AJW.WANTIO pi .nr ,
at Cemealrl4, II 'II Una ft. WAIDO ROAD
conflict decreasing long LEOPOLDVILLE, Conga --
T- 0ev ,... p.prs KPIIIINCIO' TV NO riitiwHrTUILIR?
term dependence on Russia. World Health Organization docI .... ,..... Diy *en .PtlS..Mao M55/15la5. -' M5. NWlea.d SALtS r T fl.. p nt .>. Mil. .* N f.l... l...l HM.f .. Hit

, CAIRO Republican Presi I tor reported killed by rebels 5Mw TV, Sp ....,. ..... Pit MIMI Sad 5I 10 f .004 p.IM. (M ....'-* ...4 .*|Miniit it'l .
,. .. .. ..11I..... *.-._iii.. tun.WANTSD .m4. r ... 'A H i 'cmr: "" t>. poom f/.r **.4 ,!I. i II:. ML MIP.sawMMMe.p.r. : fPprtlt y**'>* Mlle N .*rk up tt. h. Mini*
(M iwclrtl 5nr' 12' WI DES .O'i't t ...' .._.. ., .....
p.._*... lieu .lee M BIMM.yui bed N 515 L. > MrtMriOt M lllf
I 0". .0.IMma5.5. ......... MWy t* >.. Mlt .!..... ..*..rt. Mff *>ii| i4 1Ie 4)r. M....... ....)
Guard Integrated M A EMS) '', A... *r f...... 0|.|_- 2 BR under $4,000 "10..' .* .11 .iM'. > *,IN .*!.* MID ...pr,iM4) SS rMfy tr*.

iwaiNiiiiNa, 054"544 : ;; USE OUR l NI, irt.loj** .. .. lk..t. N .... id Mare ......

.,._* I*. A.My.7a5M55.at .Ow"e h.w.wsNv. 5.. IMTAL fURCHMI ti*.. .*. III* |***. An4K to.. ,*..... .* In. Lena H)

' RATES ........ .- '" IIn........, PLAN M. ,/. Mt> %..,. till oats (4 kwH| co'MfM***
i In All 50 Slates 5 'IMrtlMI MSlnMrtUn 5.. _'VI 0..55.5 1........_ l_ __.... car_ Mrmat05 Mjf M pV..... Tkrtwijli ... IM 55 0... >.*r aIabd.f.wlvI

01' COII'Ucr .15 .555* ,.. II.00 It Mas.5555,44 1.y 1.
.. 1 1H.I Me' Ls.l.ASOISTANY Ie
fIr I. eI t". _...M.r slhN h. .* lt. .<4>...... .) W ,.... f A M I. t A M.

I I.ldS.a 17. MeIs .. ,- ill ......."-. .10. .... sad. Dram | F M. H I A.M. ..
WASHINGTON (APThe]signs' of progress" in desegregating MMuSMe sat M dd .._ 5.e _. wA p.MY CAD AND lOAD URStN S....,.
N pews 5551..54 S_ IA"I tMIMVATIAHII
I chief of the National Guard said I the Guard TOM f1wM I5masieO r.rr' 1. 541 IM ... b51W. sAl II I.r Ness Wwi SPOTLIGHT
I They strongly! Indicated they MN 'M.I On ii ... l M.. l I. t 'III..., t
today an M states with Alabama ,... 5asw.- M MeMSMe 5,5110 LMaAd'e71SYy -1.1 a_ _
were nut satisfied with token t 55,1w..r M N1Nr5555.sell. 541. 105 ant.e5"-. 05 -
and Mississippi falling integration In some states. 0 M'MS uw sls CELEBRATING--

Into line lad nave dropped Brig Gen Francis S. GreenM. dw5.ww.Ma. ow :,:.Cate and"..'; I S3 yoot t_ k tntt MTM N AMUilMINTt IMIN4/ It. 'INING-DANCING .
...... .
bars against mixing Negroesand deputy chief of the bureau '- .. | A,15SPECIAL .? u.... o. .. P_ : J COCITAIUymrtf
1 ..-, SOM LAS.5..M .
whites their Guard units. said "W. expect progress to II fab* 4V Iwah..s 554 N__ 1 .5555 ... r 'M. M w DUTCH TREAT 001.0.0 LtNIVlHJlTY I Mel a..y INN' .

all continue. 12 point 55045 scun0 HIM Mr .e, ymrtf trim t A. 5,554 I II)1 V055.- Ad Mar*. C..MM Nell laTTtor s
National Guard of '
"The r N. ., I Isacs. Me .... Cats O.S.5. "s ""'15'7 55A
brew a c.
months k.w OPeN 14 P/QSJRA DAY hiss S'S N t."Dawam
Eighteen ago there |VM) M S all rMrV rn* prica
.. MM Cads I* r.iM
... .
__ 5 S'S
the District of Columbia ::: .: : I. tit I AM. i* ''.) ami* d
states, :were 19 states I that had not Integrated ,.. ,..... .Mlt V"biibAA .5N.. tnM M< .n L_....
.tSIIAA, C Moeo" ......... "Mt. IU55 Axle 55,55I all Pte ,5 .. t. .. .
a S
and Puerto Rico Is now Integrated their Guard 18 Point COU5355 .. IM M p 0 MO.AtWIirtte
organization ...,14 554 ...5Iswe M IP* W wpaMi c toi >i n, ___
," MaJ. Gft Winston P *. They were Alabama Arkansas .... M 1r...* ..M iry frM J.5 .5 .,..MSP/5 1 55'5.M SW4 N KM Si ..<. fW. Ms05s IN ?NPIMIH4) ,
5N7wEll'51,5515 CoUa.f 0M I A ML F'P55s a'04N; I V'llLIVl Vl-ftl 5/55 '
Wilson told The Associated Florida, Georgia, Louisiana 5' w. SAeN'. I S 4 1/54 0010 WSOAY Mer.M Vsasar A.5. P .,.. MA I"r' ':
Mmilppl. North Caroli 24 Point tqe 54 1. A5.So. .
Press. I.e : PUS 5* vou. : .,.....;; p;.. Itc.
"All restrictions whether bylaw na. South Carolina Tennesre aMV M t ."M .., lops 550 V0U5 1f111a ... :.. 155(15 "N'HG-MUIC
or admBustralht regulation and Virginia. DRIVE-IN GROCERY 0 755 A. W --Oc:7't": STAND COCKTAILS
barring membership for The drive to pmuade these I ..--- .. ..ttp.. .-at5. 5ps" ,.M. .. (;INUAINU

race religion or national origin!states to Integrate began tn I 36 PI. MANAGER TRAINEES .7 55.5' As Oe' ....... LW'flf"'OtIOi STEAK ROOMPM4WIMJ

hive been eliminated In the National earned when Wilson became| u0C'Ns:a e5 7a ,j I. P.a..55 CM>IMM
'AKHSCHOONER ( *rMr*| to tmr MM)
Guard." be added. Guard Bureau chief m the sum "'' --a a"itAlr ..
515. 111.5 Onus :.. .:
of Wtt WANTED IN """NU""UII UK tt n eM0
Wilson chief of the National mer M. N ...5.l5 5 .. beat- I J;J w D .,... ,. ..r.Pd .
Guard Bureau arknowMgrd It was a slow job at mission-, 0t. O.IrwM M .. M rne..aw _. w 5MVa - i COCKTAIL SteA

that there had been "only Wen try work, done through, pmn / .... .v wM 5555 r w A wkpr 5r Mile 25 t. 50 li, _,.. ,er I'.;.... p.eh.; _. Aa4 M. -l5TAv5A... Pis C LOIINGlI ..

Integration In some area so al| contact and conversationhrrever 54 Ior w .w wOk. J. r.: ": .:: :.: 1555p:: MCI 'HC14111t4 pMw "' -'
far" But Wilson, an Air Guard possible. Wilson was -w -le5- we +ISM. 5. -15r ..t5 wtKur f>ii.f. ....f... wfctn tj.oM..t1. ,,,. "' c_ an*.AMMaanara;r.: .la..=*> Muni

general from Arkansas contended something lest than welcome ill w so tee 5 we r for _'lid ....*). lath hate em,lorpntHit ...1,. I. v1-40Da5M- D M>|M

that even lobes Integration I tome of the governors' offices, -.. s....wear. we_ I Vorttttf; ....,ie. f., ..,.".**.' ettN.s1 P-I PtA.Oa Y..sOwe. r \\p uut 4td ra. .r,1. Aa VM ,a*pa l) MaJJIMi >HH.

"represent I milestone .'at first _ I _...,... $90X0 s week, sad let ei'.'....ce4 .. ::.Chi..5 N 1 :Mw M sine trfl L -
the history of the National The last two states to faD inhM p. .wwi..d.Nns. -..fen SI254)0 pee week.Jotlkoti'l = =:. 5ISSAyiMr suva DIRECTORY
.. ...
were Alabama and Miausppi. -- -
Guard. ... - .. Mini; barker,
President Johnson and hNominee .. Go, George C. Wallace el .. alto -. .551 I2S4 N.W Utk A.,. G.iw+.71s TO LIST YOUR lESTAURAKt LOUNGE CAM7UIA OR fLACEOf
consented during the N.ef1.5r w w
a* Equal Opportunity Alabama - H .. and C*.. Paul JoPanoa Apply MI s.noM) to M,. OfMr.
Armed Forces said lutumn www 50 -
.to the encouc of Mist ait Sunday they were -.
lied at -ddtnrte and clear wout Drt. L


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) the Closets & Utility Rooms No -Pick ads are for nor commercial 1 ".,. lllIing merchandise priced
Clean out up extra coih Person to person

,I 1 0 DAYS 4 LINES $3 .bring t $100 quicker or less action.with the idling price irat.cj the ode No additional! cottt for ode that require the full 10 cia,. No refunds flu ads.that

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


'\ IS H._ tot S.I.V 15 Heiueo for Sal.0v7RKneeviri0 IS HMIM for Sal., IS Hews far Sell IS H.UOM Fw Sale IS Mown For Sal. IS Hwnas Far Solaotter -IS HtMM-- for Jol. 49 IVIJMIO ...,.rtl..

/ AREA Slate, Sac,III<. 1'R. H... II a 01105 ......001 1 J I CHASM, baby and tWill I big' 'UILD II' MUDU AT COST N" QUALIFYING MAKE UI AN OFFi5JINnlly .11II' LAIGE or "IMM comm".1I1 loll ,.., lOll
on Mom It.
' FINLEY ball. PHA, qualifying' home C-H' forty American oengn. slow than new S II I bent home / room, I SI bath.1a NI or *w
I no both noor ONI. I ere emphnlud "ki the cuetomdMlgnod s bodroom ; Are, will
10 M.lenG.rde beet.
Lowly 45 Horn central ptie. erect
= two full to Llttlewood .. .... Torroue o* Cal yard bulldlnf Ik wit
nursery, 550.57 per mo. 1.wdown A-C, peneled' LR with fireplace built kiWlmberly bettn. ai built.In cine
t .-r.. :r.M 1II1Iome pyml. Kit Nl lit" It ,lulls In .booKehilvM, itudy / ..,.... 1 IR, > bettyN11Id even and rouge, control hoot. ..,. Bueutltut ro. 1'*' ml.wooded I ol camps.tote for on lloore drapes elI dtoemy. while knchan wnn.beeutlhll ........_' _. 03''IIonI..1I'.1n par 15. 1301 chkod N' Mort3ba1a lIlY time .low.Or"brna oppolntment.

.. ....'1.... ,round.roomFemlly 171-nV. large ot itoroge.FORDYCI entrance. foyer and plenty hooting 0 fimlly SIP eondltlonlno.room,. control oeeutltul IMO 1111t down down FHA VA .,not ort Pf ".lit. ooie. will negation ork Drive control heat .... etr oondltlonlng. 11th $0. so' Coil 171-47.. ,,,,, ,,,_,, Call TOM W. ORADY PR 1..11 ,
tepereto dining IY OWNER bewtthil home for a V.. par mmm eramol lIlY time. JTJ-tue or tn- Pay snog wd eomme $.' perme. sttp'' er _oct DOVId L. Nun40r. .
ASSOCIATIS INC Interior. So much more MMyod Movl 5/ fl. Hugh. IIdw.... tr with 5.051105 "
w roomControl Hoot oilo 'kl NW eectlon t ........ from m w. Univ. 17":131: would expect for Ira NI UIII II. are 11th 4US.TMRBI. kid. te el ond .kuuronco.IP lit .ldl.... 501 It a III "It .. 11I.1. 25 H' n ".
Myri Terwllllgor ........ MUll bopeM NM. rise Tor. etf NW, : vs __. nmny re em.touted It. Foiiey, Reolhv, ") W. 51*. Wilde hole ook floor*,
I ) : 3111a3nGladys Smith, Roollor to bo ._1.,.... Cell Pit WISTWOOD bell Colonial eree, new I IR. J Av4. Shown .by" ept'olntn.rd w5 OCALA_."...K-JI .R. 15$5$11., ..fl: en largo comer M. lWl.nl .. S7t.IIts tiled kith ,.... 110. room .l"medlet. > GOOD BUY I
Centre ,
54100.eUy A-C Iron _. m Ingo _lid dim" convenient down,
M. Lord < Mlghttorhood MM
kollooys 111- Myrck .
r IBS W. uniwilty Awn OH at I2IS NW Hit D,. SIM per lidr.JWK. Im i lemljy" room with fir. to echooli end ohopplna. FHAflnmclng IR CCI houet n NW oectkn and Ut occwoncy.monthly. See It et fa JLU 150' "". ".* w_ .
HAPP'NUI' IIRITCH NOSr Intonteto 7S. 100 > W yord *
OWNERR.. arport. 100'x M S. Nara '"' low down aoyment. S71-J574 ouco ''' fenced-Hi beck verdbulltM The Janus CanrpiM'PhSN now hedge, NW Mill An. ono .plots F* 4 opportune Par g
I" Invsalltp 5 U. 51 or n..a.I kitchen in7401.aecofi"tloner surrounded with Llguilrum mIng IIOOCf .honsaat.man .
R..1 101.14. ri-MI .
100'. Maly.IGI' built In thU one by :: or ,price/ wee mat reduced now tott.nl. 7170. for bu.lnns _
... ;'O0PIM. 16267 IR, barn I.. 15 progah 5D
rdmonthly. $ ALACHUA HOMES, :' I home WI Coral ., 1501 equity end tike uppoymontl. u.... Awn If
FOR SAll IY OWNIR. A bar ,
LOVELY .It Hone .
NEW I won 501.5.4
1211 N.W. Sell
> _"* latee. FHA .
Smell Fhono :"**]* mortgoged low down eOOO.
.- SHU tt. tnua.R ModII Nome Ooonl", ...,., fun.Iran peymont one rouontM. month.ly I .It. I bom.. elvdy. double ..... looking' Nswmsn'. LaIn S A dor:101'1"0 Clll 511,1. I story 001.1 hats on 55.5acr. Norwood Map., 11..5301.
I P.M. I fM. an N. ooymont. .lia Nl tdth Avo. 372-8404 100lam. room 51111.6.' Kitchen consru.no.s. : : frlel. 50.01.0 III MIIIh0prerRd.
; HOIII. CLOSSOUTN.w cent. hoot. Stan A< 4 mill NoIII 01 14th A.
MODIL or cell FR 17. MMERRY 42 ._. Or
two 1vI'' 55$01w W. JSFlCompen CHItIlTIIIAI will'" 511.11! If you *.. Sele CHI FR .._. I 55. 404 M'ho. antral 1.511. At .*thome. .
"'.. .....roam. coil wins,' o, mer fbadroam "" T "1* 4m II .i1* by owner.
ONIIral ElacHtr FRED deCide 10 "y a .Idtnct .11ft islolly Sod lIobln_. K H Must .ba so.n h ._,.,. Photo
mod" M.
.lIdo"l 200
.tbtlllflJlly"YOU'lL COM.homee. "M 1511/1151 25$5/0015 PR 4.4174.s9 acres wlI pea'urn .... 1I..blt
,, .. ..., '011I" G' Soy IT IVKP.VTIMI. 1 55. 5 bath. Oood Itrmi
ll Ilvlnq room, ornlly rank will priced room
", aa1. Can'll ." (otic models lle,2J. on ARNOLD tlreoloce. mmilondlnf, kltchon. merry bulls, u"Kri., =! : PARRISHPRESENTS able.
: ;:I.I", Pull; IandC.pld 16$ your K.. won to will corpot" plus monyotnor hNt ton A-C. IHJQt tTtMtf limit Ire ohood If Nil* I -I Ou' .f Ten 'ropertyJ
J. .. Kom. Lilolbw
110' drp. 11110 down VAl $101p.r REALTOR : 1114 100. Froitlgo ed- *, rT.. 41t 81 14111 T*r* I IK C. ond hi Llttlowood II Acrn' well, .pev.d rood MMOM
_,II. 0' 1650 400111 PHA. Sod loMMoll. FlFIKIFLACI ond tocoiid $5 ce buns mar A'C/\Ot. big
"row In Hock Aerial oc- 4.2504. MARY
.1101 par "murn IncludOl tarn ...dcle5no. FORDYCE MESSY cuponcy within 0 hn 40yNHy ..... 101. ISOI oown. ..... III moltPrla / MOELLER Rtoltor
HOMES! 101.
.. Hllllh Idwarde. 1110. 00. Will bo lilt yamlry, Md ..,. MIS 5 ll.klb1.11m01 (IMOt 01 bMUliml tlropHco.See homei our IS.SOL Phone 'HII" Oresail. --.. Unlv FR 0.44H
1111.1 H' 11th 51. and 2111I Av. bodroom I bed'" ....uty. will lilt '0 I In .... brjdl Nonhweit Noor Unlvmlty Lovdy .brick homo, XMASII --
17..7971. 0I FEATURES t dlihwiolw. and disposal., dill* 5N1 It.:: 1M :, Quality built by nolghborhoodk bra! living Nparats dining ond I 0 4 Bedroom Moth I.
T. fiitlv. 'Ill Will lard IMckwl
...._. I 501115. end
drm good ochool I hom M 1011 wry pp. I
TO OCAIAaiice o niorby "I-lln cwtOrsl b V licit,. .. homo wllft > .* t barn SHADOWLAWN
( YOU MOVING Itwr low ,nee ot U4sw wllb area Cempietelyequipped 316OUar. Aiet PIar1. .. .. A aludy whl6Is ENJOY THESE
homo Hi 0<81" F e-i Mt l0N14 .0 lit. OK ond lomlly, room" wimttrooloc
,1v.1t. ESTATES
MAUTIFUL eiy FHA "' '''$ DIM HSU terday. 1 for o lotol price el CMtpl..y
: botht. nor Jr. all-r. ::1.Our. Corner lot for thli t 1Ir. bith 111.000 01 The term" will moke McKINNEY large wooded b1 welling dlo FEATURES F. D. OLIVER
... .. II 'Iorld" S Control 11.44
On 1.4 homo rif/1 1. rongi, wpirior, -I.n keppy. loo, at only 110.1 Ie U.IV..1y OFFERING'
; .bra .lendecopod. Will loroe CloMli ond utIIHy itor- CHFJISTMAISpent only SI.OM i gallS ondtoo GREEN TO ALLA I AIM.II-:
J tride for ilmller homo In N. I. Wood'o" Tarrca, Call In Hill lovely Ikyllno Heights .N per _lit, (....Ion' northooit ....11.., Will I .m-l.. KICISea IMIvMuol llyloo, Cor You
O.ln1I1t ',Ic. P51,0 tram f'yctI7..12:11.: homo con bo nun you eel IPARKLINa ei e ChriitmM tree, .bodroom UMplna proch homo HAPPY HOLIDAY P5na4 Yard a Will "planned 'living' orootOuellty
115,000 to He.ora all .McKln50yOreen promptly." Wolf to :, torpetcontrol ells Immeculete' throe bedroom, DEATON prlcMi! la toll with low down poymoot PplaaM a ", ...".. worn,
I leiltoro 3117410.I LOW olr.. lirgo light kitchen two both home ki Florida FortIng IALTO SCORNER one! 'Immediate CCuNacy.Lao. a 3 51. I Mill CCI "- I menilllpt
with Mo I br lomHy polio beforeJonwiry I. lust Hull 1N 11105 11.01 Ioc..... A
p.Nbd IlwIn. Monthly piymenli room luy MARY neap acOttIl. Mull lOll community yog would be
$R, 110 bath .
lar05 011.11.0. Maly home In N. w. lullt Mi even lit and got NMN01...doo ..... Lorgo llvo oak Iran LOT .. Fomlly. |..t till boons, 4 bedroom "Nmn14laMy.. V.ry 1,151.05015down rood to llvo" InDrlvo
room dowry I* ronge, A-C unit good Herego nptl.,1. WMt with ontrogood add la the .beeutIM letting enon .bedroom t I .bun lomily room cnlidroni /- '
S3M bilk I Weil NW.
yerd. Neir ochool. Throe home In NymMMay bo 515 If en >>tit
a per m". No deling ..,.. 471- with flexible, down pov ....... on acre M.00 Thlo 0 lovely' ; ettrecllvo fouthwoit ..... Thliopecloui ployroom. tlrwlK.ImduipMyird. In .living MOELLER 1001 11.- Ave past lilt OIM Spring. .h.tonoctlon. .
o ION, Keyltono H"g tI.I' "men!. Clll Fordyco Vt-ltte.': TO HOW 'ONLY home 100,000 IIJ.JOOOO. ttOf Nl12th roildoneo with more .room bowtltully PM ap.04almalMr tall I loo ...., on Ml.

STORY COLONIAL' Nana kl NO QUALIFYING. lot 0110 ""'" all I-WI. N. W.1oc1l10ll Temeoi o five bedroom two then IMC.2000 Mcludn.ewero o loot leperiti it floor din.Ing I REALTOR 11.- Flo.
I" 4 51. modern kitchen, on, top LI I Cl. Fern ...... Ilerge ctOIl N Ihopp 1 ng. ball fimlly room, controllyheated room ond limlly room willflreplice. Hock Aerot Tridltlonol' 1 bodroom, -- '.0 _
a 000, BOM down. Clll I'l.i*"* .br. 1 beth, ells and nice church Sold odwol .... Threetevily home heir 1II00c./". endIlihop Centrally: Keeled i both home with living room !
to oeoi drlv.' by 4M Nl Tth lJ toe Clll Porn 1761235.FORDYCE' bodraomi, s bonn cmlr.l Khooll. Fool. member. sir condlll_. This ...... It end_ wporoto dining' room., fimlly 10" w. umv. Awn m 4tinMmibw
Ilr, peved Mroot. Only CO.ON .- MIa ovilloMi, .... Owner lilted mIII. llr-pl, tovohf mob Multiple Lllllnff. I
cluihieiv with ;
PRICE McKlnnoyOrion ;: ;
IAROA.IN in kltchm, Central W. MO.II.T Foster KHforChorllo
with.' FHA" or Convontlen" o I ITermi. moved end. wenti II tell before $ nt. Coll 1 ir2.Ml?, om tHlt.built May Moron Oral r'l
VARDWOOD tloori. Huge fimlly the lit ,
I' room with "..pi.... Lora ... .. I ASSOCIATIS 'INC: ALL J.W.KIRKPATRICK. J. J. FINLEY Now Lilting Almost now I bedroom. HUM lily.it. I
l' MOO square 0.0$. S bodroom, "I'Abth Oreci Fordyco Realtor of M Mlond to our Orlando. flit Just on MM| homo tor o largetamp I base cMtroiiy huled and sir
: |. Mil N I. Wl "'HI. ITIU7 > $._'. GostlngS.ARNOLD. who: noodl loll of room. conditioned homo on lorgo '100MO a Now Brick Homo
Dkk l ri Frincn Hough
| mm, Flo. rm, Centriltreetl i ihilI. lot In Wlmbirly litotoi.lullt I Bt eligible for Homctttad Exemption. i
I', Seroh Owlden Harvey lenlon .lOlter 'do.lly lecahd .I"'IA" I In kitchen unltk uStophon
1 THE JAMES 0 C. GOP Dudley OouldentM 11 N. Main P101.1 PI I-IoIN blacks. Mhs school .y.d Patst.iebM
W. Univ. 171-1234' REALTY COMPANY ASSOCIATISFloyo ......IIM.III.. ,11 ponilvd, Two) .bedroom homo ,In Limited Number of
I COMPANY Multiple LlolIn. MsmbrII Niflls..nrya luflnoUCipt. TIN: property li In I lent good condition, lonod SA-1, Idnltor i i ii
SWIMMINGPOOL /, w. Ave. anHJiAiMCiotoo A. W. P.OOCO, USN Rot. condition Priced under.ceI 7,000 homo bullnoM.thui 144 ...._ tulIMn kltdvon
buy DIRICT PROM univ. Jin C.,....., Laos KI"".... len OrHflp. Con .be FHA" licenced with tow oqvipmont, con. nwt, VA M
prlcg roducod. no 'UllDllli' JIm IhIpptN Sob KalOral sob Rowe down peynuntLot ui tftow you Un'.11y' Acne Now wnlsl40 II.strIcla down p rmont. FHA from vTOJ COMPLETE HOMES
I IF., I mini, ,:equlppen 1 ,. W. Hodge Jimmy.Greene thlo flM properly before yew .bdlvl.lon of 10/5 lola.Pav14 down-m doling _It.N.W i
buy. Cell M In.ldo 111' ,
1-M17. 13950
FHA or VA. tiN N* 19th Tor Welter Slo lard 5/r51fe.
1 Hugh Idwirdi. tee 17HW1. SPACIOUS I bodroo" 11'I .base m4.armry LASSITER Corngn 14ISO. Ou.ldo clly limp" Capital lyiMon, Ino.
5 lit homo In Highland Court MMor. homo with IfXlf SWIAt. EASY TO BUY Hill 1 U ink Floe 4 on root i $10 Down I
Yen newt We hove eduplex OFln MOUII DAILY'
{ owlm club rramtNnhle.arse MING pool. Loceted hi Iho NWeecrkw Thli' chiming 5 IR, I bed home WIM con bo for Soy before January tit. for Home-
\i r 4 Pd yird. Nothing down niumopeymenn. "km outMdi the city llm.It In the Plnley aria CM ... bought REALTY .ten then in marked bought HIM. laemption CPU ITMMI or st-rm. VA
Fh. ITi.730Q.i *. Thli ,lo on wceptlonol" buy for only/ 11..00 down and sioo "AI.hM Good condiliOll velyo Fully_

I IN ond den air eondlloned __ e/ 121.. per month. Kitchen' h pusLovely : TH' 'OlLOW'NO' HOIIIII MUST 117501 ... moose Inane includes
I'll hut. Swimming pool mom. yord. The IUV oil II SOLD THIS IIIONTH TO Mud, .be Mid by Jen. m willASSOCIAfES M. M.PARRISH SAVE MONEY BY
t LOVELY I bedroom IVj bath, oolltlovol yoor ot ii.,0011, Call now to OH. 0.0dtl.r I;
, ; beritilo. t.. down., Ml 01 month homo In'Iho QUAlI'Y Poe HOMIST' A D I n001051115 .. If Closing Cost
t Cell ottor j PM ,It "I.I miionry : EXEMPTION P05 IfNO would ply you to Inunrlgale SEE 10EXCITING
NW eectlon lull IIF.: : the being eligible for Homestead "
f 1111011, DID YOU KNOW? i Doe wait Call PR 11417: Y
CCI, low down .ym50 0 4 clly ONLY with 4 I IIDP.OOMS I beth control' heel,
I : : :
up poymeolS. 1110 $S dolt ino DOWN. TKot you CM own mil ottroctlvo I .beoutllul built-in' kit. ONI YEAR
T... phono ,It KoetOK SR. I both' Cl homo ki we,
OLD. 01.000 down y
eppx. euwnemil .. Low FHA Down
NEAT I bodroom Muse on large Nl kxetlon, tor only 1300 down .rod "'"vl.J'7. ASSOCIATIS INC.H. Payments
TlP. 010S .
leis then
per meIncl .
SALT Olt RENT kit .. W
well .londecoped lot "h't )v* mlloiIrom led 094 per month. Comer lot. t'4 L No oulllfymo, MOVI J. rVlltthlro Weyno Hill Helen Graham"
oqulpped. noor S7t AMPI.PCall Oelnetvlllo. OWNER WILL Fenced, beck ,..tI. letter cell Thomee w. Redlord Mary I Free Lifetime
, *t .462..467..h..... lit Turner NW Anigood.tCS "NA"". mw Is IN __ Multiple_ Lining! _1! N I.! Finlrit.:- 711 J r. 1965MODELS V MembershipIn
; home 1 .., S both, lorgo"Jimlly w 1 ream. NMI. TREES Fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club
John Merrill : : TREES TREES
room., built-in-oven and 111, Hired Ivi
I "}.nga. control hoit IHO SI isih arm.. No ....IIIyI"'. MOVI IN. IN from
Monthly $82 i includes all.
. :9105. :tn-nu or I7H: ... Realtor y payments
FINLIY ARIA. 4 If I beth

1 _'UY M MIN DIP.ICT.......FROM....1..... Parade lUll Dill ot MULTIFll FHONI' F*LISTING!i-l..4 Itl N. Nile Sf. F h. J71.4MI en aulot. deed end .,..... Controlheet. live in' 5 i Phone 376.7971
Nice yerd. Only 1700 down 5 not VILLAGEGREEN
_Hades model. The completeMIO ASSOC'AT"MAItClllA' W. M. M1/nroa, It..,... to unified FHA buyer. Why "
*horse will' =I t 1105101n PAStS Asset t, I. McLoughlln, Frank
N. W. Avenue. Hues W. H. BUCKHANNANVIRNON HobV F.oy McCwn T. C. Doug VIGainesville's
HIGHLANDS I If I both Igraomi.
IK, irt-mi FULWOOD lie Jr.J'j Choice nelghDorhood., ,
104. MOVe 'IN.
410/ DOWN I .p5.. 17. "".lainngcat. I NE' 15th Street & 28th Are.COMPARE.
Only W pi' 014 peym50 Extension
Include' IIXH I ...,-.. i.fs31I15110_ !.t..t>t.o.t5s7s7s7slsf11s5sIs5011SS7s5sIsFIs3.Is_ III 3s1Nse0!
IP. I beth m Northwoet" Noire

OCCUPANCY>*.hot home IMMIOIATI 5 wonderland I 5

This Week's % MAX!CALL AN' OFFIR Featuring General !

Electric Kit l e h e n.

378-1521 Large 1 00 x 100 ft. Lots Homes priced from

$15.300 $18,275. THESE HOME VALUES
Myrtle MId -' /' Mentor' Brick gas burning oak log
w Wm. I ( Harris A.eocliie Payments from $100 BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
lunli. Aiioclite .
H 4W a month up. YOUNG

G. E. Builr-ins = AMERICA HOMES

MODELSNow All City Services :;: hove fireplaces, paneled 2- !!

family rooms

Special Walk to top Schools full baths with Indirect
; Open Walk to 300 Club lighting central
-4 ducted heat Italian 31 i

'L I Northwest tJ Family Rooms :III terrazzo floors.. AND SAVE YOUR '

! :..1 White Terrazzo Floors :: HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION {

Estates IVA FHA Conventional US
t f s:: OUR NEWLY
MODEL 111. IeI'owl"l' are rNdy far. 527 I. Un''.. Avg.
Cintm halt (,_.. re. FURNISHED .
TOYS tlrfcte4 W Liroe, comfort.bli homo fore
ESTWOOD largo ,.",1Iy. 4 IR 4

r HirNfullv' woWeJ Pals W tilt S.W. 15th W., ball w-. living room, lemn>
Main St. roan, perlor. 45105 "
ESTATES Drive north on (Country Club. lltotel) dinette, ecreened pond, IJplotoly ;
All .... .... :..1 :: or N.W. 13th St to 39th
w City .11I. 4 IR tvi .."' .. rug Flo, kllthon, to 1.11. Con.Inn. .
M f,. 111 Av. Turn right (lost) to end Iddlllonll MNn olr condltlonod ell.
w y N. alsesaM.Rf.NarrnwnS Drive West en Urtivtnity Avenue or NE. 15th St turn right lelnment ..... meny htM* built.hi oDpilencetwondirlulopportunity
r (south watch for YOUNG ury tioturei Very excluilv.eectlon. for lice roominghoui. .
N.W. 16th A,e. Turn on N.W. 43rd .
onoo dn ond tie geod Jnvoitment fir
.,,_ II canvas, AMERICA HOMES sign' on
Road. Turn N.W. 13th Place.W per montti win .1.'Y III 5a.
Hnny .leeotod eo mo loot at tatt. MODELS AT N. t ether llrenclel errongo- pre.lni.tely I3T W-ehono
led, oINW.IreIf 15th St and 30th Av.. ......,.., Kollosn011on -.ry Rn/.
nw two Mob. seMk ot N W. lol,
w r AV.SUl Butler Brothers Bldrs. = Phon. 3727070.

904 NW Mtk ....

w WALTER STUBBSInc. = Day 372-9545 :5mn: Open Daily 10-6 I 174 I me.* 1 bun, S3SO down Norwood


w Phone 376-5394 YOUNGAMERICA :' We 'Trade Homes

Galneovllle'i ewetl sad) wool / or Property
"We trade houMt"Ketltf
luiun.vl .p ,tm.nt bvild'inf > ..
'aw150S SPIN FOR YOU TO ....

00 HOMES 101...... .. Noose .Wen VOU will JUST CALL.
tin it
AoMdlotlo e. GoioMOvill. M30I or FR e-rm

..e.1. <:p NOW LEASING

Drudo rev' C6'.
UN w iMineif

DAYS Thus special l geed on J Bedroom M botht. 921 GREAT YEAR-END

NE Sth doc. New

$2.00 Ranch Style with W....'" SAVINGS NOW FROM
above Ifim and k open flreploc. and Inside borDKU. -
I make an offer .

wo wont to move It this KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY

y. ir.Open. v
'to DON commirci.l ado

I for viewing } Bft $10 DOWN VA

and 2 both frond new Ilyt

virtliira only. Each weak with superb construction
throughout. 38 IJ NW 'thAv

e new went ad iptctol II Acne __.... L... LUXURY FEATURES INCLUD.:
SSneI SO/wa.0 ..!. Plato '
led AIK50a' "5.s$ all Se!. a SwHwume Peal e lo rgwtiM ReewAdtM Good Only Thru December 3lit!
Irks It on" Call w C 51 Went. Greej ag Cintr.1 Meej

''ewill be offered0! witch for a Central Air Co.1. a Umlrfry FoolittM

S Stan Ucken a Dose Chah
I I1..ht1ete4 G.b.g.

I tt. Want A4
Special| ......
PHONE 376.4456 Kirkparrkk fir Pj non bas several new homes In Highland Court

1Phone 378.1411. FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Manor reedy for immediate o up.nc*.

a., llIIt CMoSeWM 124 ..>jff ipMi.nl1ULEJ


j I ', Ph... I1MSIIus 1104 LW. lift ST.- 04. HWT. 441 KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUilDERS


NW 11th St. Butler Bros. BUILDERS ,.... 372-3471

IND cal cEClcto raSrtF-t 1501 tuaE [A -A N-C.I Ar r.lol,f_qAl Ia. k
51 JlrT t 1 F L (tyt A7GCS 1r rAS T'k/E 1104 MOUIOa TiO id Me.1.' .A1ST l1tE TK l kElRtlf.
R oC l0 P p TNENRONDCr'1 51sT A 104 SIR-EUT REALLY1SFtAU3[ PTTCN 5N TIE 4ri e. R:; 711311 Ik114 IDIErr II1i6/T tOR AMY //ANIfr 1toa4S 7RE0 711 lAi 05 /yrg i 1E.
1 JAR. NO r1ff
I CAPrAnI MTrGAN T/1e COa1MANOlJt QLST7g4 1w D/ON'T 1/rtR! 0 r
t1.EN'1t.CA Cv451ED T1e MNNY. JWD ItIT
SIR- 1yP
110 wR4opw RFCrIV! AND NExT ANSwrR 017ANSNEICS 7b fD ee 111

1 RiA/I Y oJ i MissASE sIR r sa+o A1ts.'s E'S'A' wNS rsm auesrloM. t7lEnR, P.aD1os n v f trwTtrl rtnt-llIN f7

TItAT ROOAIVR COMRMNLlRt/ga4C 150 THE 6JtAixtIN? 0. /Cc' POOL/ ,_o '

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[said December 2>, 19tS4 tjainel'liI.Su" "it
42 Firms fr Acr. .. _
44 Cott. .. fot Root _
.5 V010500001001 oup.nc i i S< luiimn OpportunriiMI 66 Mne. For Soli 71 MusIcal MorchindiH | IS Autorrioiil.1 foe Sal.T7v'rrTro1iTl1buwavtf 16-Fo,,,," t> Sport Cera :

11 mJr'MMIcal School w".d, I.ni MIpMI 0.. bodroom.or ...'..."..11'. ''tot'. ToOityigtp.rooo and Cold NICE' I DR. DoDi.o aOL In't Utisltooonuitood. THE TIMEIS "ACRCS win rintoi unlit Ioe I 80'1 (!)YS. ncodnltjtnaika tad.ht :SPINET (. CAN ; loaotiw to0-TS ;;; odc..Ft' mocn.nj

Good Invntmont and) Ms ma. drOI000lI I rltici" orlcai ail soul. cart. l-SSto 03010. WA' "oc"&morIt'IIt . _.. ,
only watar "mclucM In ront of 131 M ...._tl.. .... 11.- .. .. .''1011 0i O.t' ooatfIOet" moit oManorlrfM
tycd Car .......,.. Call KlrkoatrkkAgoncy ARNOlD "ULfY lailwrant SpKlolllklt HI Hollo Tiyo" IrvIn, Ittop. 0004Ott. N....... .' _11 |i l'or had Phone ate.FAlCflN i ",,"lI270t 1 altar alIly PAT
'OSDYCI & ASSOCIA1I3, CO. 'OKU win bar NIfty oovlppo .. Phone PI I s..o3l lUO I .... .
INc II N. MoAn. PR .-. 3'.UD to doom .., ...t. .
V. "point .pojoiitorfc
SOALTONSd NOW. ciiantMo. Includes roalottiro % rw .
iiKi: Cwmp. font. lad I SADDLE AbO'iNlD0.0i'i lousily 'IL CO. .. good ...mI1Pt. .110 USA "'0.. MM
toll. IR. .
unlurn my 000ltg
114 wim
'!" Room I ChIld toll. Ill SI hwy trontaga, HooniyOt 3f Dolu.. Konmore eleotrleranq I Oalnonullo SOOI", ", C."tor'It end Ink up poymentl- IM.towin. bc'.i.r.nfoyrnnts5JOtnyfu
Univ.LOSE1fl tIP mo. dotty till SI Kllchon aaulppad, Mar. ParSOn Alt WWUOlly MM ,.. now Slot. Phone PR !to'AutOmotive '. % I IIEB IILAII
ft.3,05 ._ !
City Son stat. | ml I Unlvon rIM caupli. 'hI_ prl, mobcatnIp. lilting' KM otto, manay inakar ."u. 7 n< I-R IlSUlftoril. :-___j.
4f' tiu-nn trt mo ...1"..... Co* US itPOHI VJU lIlY tie .
nua Do You Have MARY EN..IIS. POlO ANOLIAlna '
.M, OCTM Im_.. WlturoIM MOELLER. Rcollw h"--- ;;
s'R hearing or tON 0001.HWYMaN.tIII
.1313 II | "" '''d. mo on) eflrr COOINIStI
V5l.y III' or
ocroo to bo Improvolft 45 '_i.h'" Apt '" .......... W. Unlv, AM. PR c4OISN who like to worth the late irww. Aute Salat I attop5PMappap,1J3.juIonrllt.

ocroo cnkkon ranchdcrnopac000r000 A Room LL OIL CO. DM tar waoa I A TV atlackinont hj knt till fhmg .

Call M... Stndhirn I .ECRM tornlcltyd, opatiotorliC 47 Hum. for (me FR .... tOts bay modorn tank llolloil tor you last to ", ...11. H'5. 74 Ai'I.II.S.I."t.l. High Sprtngi 4S4-I441

ITJSJflGlairyl Was, turnlolned, 150 per month Apartment or Iac.,.. II 127. |. UMvanHy *vim*. Mooring. AN). 4M N. Main, -nltW4-c"iBr- "41-CHtvv 40t floor wrpou IS. 17 Aulomebilol Wattad.ln )

Smith Photo 3720lf3.I 1YTT2FYJV "G otny ciac2' kilvMCtlon lit 1. unlvaniry an* 4WS.USED" 0l MM. 1 eiprod "......'...... I.cSIt
Realtor _.., II Maothorm toad. Tha Italian tofwileT OMeN Pottrtt Colyr ... .
ml Norm on allAlreondlllonor VACUUM CLEANER ..,.. PS a PI, owallent cendkHon. qu .. .. poa
.. Now Paint
iniWUnlvorilty Avo. U MOBILE HOM. to pt'lnatnlot. opacl hooter, House to Rent? ..,,, ogon and 4.40 511,1.Oass. Per lew Nrc' 1""II'rII" I owner Clll PR >WI amor 0 Ctttuon'ets. AI tot-nOW' .....
w"or lurn. US .... 1"1.. Eomulont ... ....._ .. "" ise \711.
TV .
Ml K.... _eo. m acm... pom.pailuri Call 441I70Jport PS' KI' Hoovon Eloctrolu .4 PM _ bct.isoo.iiasaaohs' ,.
StiP NW 32nd Placo. Mlnlmvm _lmentWire ... .. | -
I 1aUs.. ...... cibmt10RDYCI iUiG *' .11.. ... end 0100,0
In AlochuO C. PP ..". and boot.. Mlslac. *. Pew iMlor' IreMng to ID WASOIN. yeHatCOMPTONS 71 TRUCKS FOR ALI I 1'13 P001TiaC.OtS, '2. fORD VtlOst
bIt.. circulating floater. oarS tomr* tucteu. call Mr" DoLoarli SMan. RiH, UMl 1''
W. Unlv ASSOCIATES INC. I ROOII'U"NISHI apartmont Ig ytri. ilnglo man at PR t-iu| tor ...... ineyclop d I Is. lisT ti7Ti" I FORD im tttkup KM.AL '
It "
J74-IJ34 fIr odultl M per monthPHONE an or coupla. US par A nnici malign or ITI-IIH liter .... 1954 edition FR 66005KNAP'P" HERNDON MttVICI STAT 65 DODGEs
.l' i"L.. completoly $ or slob.ad FR 6.6527 Pita,. PR Mill. attor I PM" vacancy 11M. 'J.ton t' 1. "fIFR '14 si on st

I bedroom, Ionco4 homo on I ocroo NICI IFPICIINCY apt. cl6..... FOR RENT I IR houM fumltta COSTS YOU SKILL OIL CO .... e motfor thoI Call iFRr. 2.\I t \9 Y
of land and planted Xpoiturt ... Prank Olckorton MORE tnrte ,.' 50.000 MIIIWomoooy
grow. Thli olflfraot parking, 1 Idtal too ar itt bay ranch iryle slat Isp 7534 .u.rorngs.MCCULUOCOI rr:0'1I0TnN PICK I PAt
hoi two mioll bomt, and praperry H ill.uotp4 working __. Oil POP wk 111II Catkin' Ortnga LMO, Pla. Phong available for Immediate I nil HIRNOON SERVICI STAT I
than arts
the aJ that an! PIN Ava.
on Pow Spring! Rd. Sign! Pod PI PR HiliI PURNISHIOnouw Italian It oqulpoM wild metier sod ..... Myons Ps500r T..... tIlt "Flilt' St SEE THE"DODGE

iprlngi.' IR TIAILIR. aoWanly' noprH tor roost marUntueI'OIty equipment' cilMnl ......... 1.10 05 bIb A,..
r, oottlo, fllot I conilitina wo mint ot toll at troncnoi plrav. Ul par ma. PhonoFR to tour boyS Sacs. 1114 bow N.W. rott UK Ant I ito will rent It! i hood Minimum' and. tronilont petanlloL Joe Myorn for ...... Tons 14 AUTOMOBILI REPAIRS BOYS

.... and ftP ott., .. 1-fJM or MO it Mil Nlimst _Photo PR a-r. S. Inveilmenl noioootry,
an 300 .
; ,75Mlcanopv
Mia doUr' fronting" to Inouraeuccau. ..... .....' e..
11_ 01 Ohio pvttotOy "ii plant.IA 1 lit. dining'ialnatlon. Cimoivilli'i
kltcnon ml -rn cOOtO. Her what financial' enttlanciavallaMo 466-3310 WINTERIZeD NOW Loading AT
to pnturo grni. ..... p.rtiUU4 I IR IN. kltcnon on utlllliw turn. llv. room lakatldaporch I your Call M,. OeLeacP M ho on motto towdy _. RAMBLER DIALER
to Plant corn and tpMca .no' ,.. tor cooking mating7Mma. goroga, utility rm and PR, t-illl tor IMormallM if DUO.THIRM ........ I OT tower KA"'Is.'OWUS NOtOO co. POOLE.GABLEMOTORS
both In Coiumbio. County oil Nl Ird Avo, roar bath houi an Silver L.... Ito vacancy COSTS 1II-OIH anton 4 M f.M. aIr Wowort lOS bIbs lank and Sod N Malt' It 1132S.
ALSO CoIl PPJ I--. mo. pormananl ar IM mo till M niton tool valor tankComplato wyotlo -
U ocn roncli with goof nouio, oil Juno IS. PR, 44111 w KiyitomHolghli IM. ".-SI>4.IIM MAIN ST.
rtrKod noor High Spring 4nH4. .. luy
ALSO ug MO.MicopywocanooMSla3. I II CV. P1' COIdIPOf OtrOntO'. 00. I] Avtamikilai l" Sail lit 5.1. 1ST AVE.

'AI ocn ,.nch. n ml I br turn hoi.. tsr ...... C"'on'11..... Ot'O Nov. 403. 372.8433
on ,1. ... ... .... ...... until it i is rented : COINS WANIIO JU.4HI
All loncod, portly' POROyCt ASSOCIATES. INC. : Eant modlIlr'dryr 050000. 1959 PLYMOUTH
piinlrt to utlor Gordon Aportmontt Pie All U.I. OM lorolvi IllvorooiUri. .
V W. Unlvt :2741130iiisoto notion ncalianl coed now
-a With ] .
ocri But Otln Sell
lobocd Mutt
llfotmont Om and Iwo bo4room tv... proof wit on4 ml DM toOl, IIM t maKhlng' oaiyctiolrl
'RANK D. 100WAID Stall' 1 blood and .lIIum''.... all 110m. on Lato WOW IF RENT: YOUR LOSSIS I halt Mlort, with stool. lot PR, t-WI. Call 17j,-,W _

,. a. ... 703 'h. 40413Pa rltctt'lo', kl- II..lInt bo" 1'7111 II9IL STAMP 4 COIN SHOP JMNAL CLOsTlbllfan...-p : -'it OLD5-' flSIT THESE AUTHORIZED
air '
dint" Oprltno, Plo conditioning iwlmmlng PER DAY lOt W. Untvonlty An mi II IW frDoor Hordtop. n.. AT V
I pool. ono block from PK I It I lath doll to Wail carpet'It' : IS: IS contl par ilnglo
HI IIh 5' AI ...... c.II'" fstir.l .
Yoga School Pram SI01 71.01
4) Cttlarid Proporty month R...... yours now) Cor par <4 uioliM Goods HARPERJ AINTCO. l Nl' lilt Alp.'TRI2.rcIt.god .
nor IW lath Avpmio and loth IR I lath Cyprou panallhouw Ill ptr' ''''. IIJI per' lay .... toy)" ,-ilroi-"lou ,
...... .. wllh Old Prick llropioPurn ... ..,. : : ... ; I Warranty
7.'? I 37o.4io MUST SILL UW4 llv. W.N Rom rllla poaO II". coM w trioo, Pham PRj.
P om In........ In IS* per .no. RIM par lay
boytt. astor.II or unturn. room turn., odill a onli. IUngii moo. lull IIW now 00. bate .MSIItM .
lots. 01 hO right phd. Call NEWLY DECORATED APTS..Cotlooo MARY MOELLER Realtor .Pod I double bal. bait ....... car ralrlgorotor, mountionvwliara '"' "" B & G MELTON
71-4'211. Itudontt and eouploo '11IoIUt SSI par nw OilS por dat0aOpsrtn. pots CONV UH -'TJ'*
ChIld.., orolirrm. till Now.porry lllf W Unlv. PR 4-4471 altar SM at IWO NW lilt Or. ,, imiil compact. MftlHit
0070ur in al Hickory HIIIMnblla MOTOR CO. INC. MOTORS
POP SAIl or call 171401. only' US. OR JSJ3I
I & I bMroomi, S| lilt St ft 472 nu or 7H3H._ .. odNp.daytoO homo path lot 41 alloy 2001 NW lith JfriotM 703 N. Main Strut
m A... Smoll down poynt.nt.t000tttttly IN ALACHUA OM booYoom moMlo 41 Hum fir Rit Utifutu.OOOO I DOUILE boA a .Irouor, IM Ilnglo -j )DfVYS ONLY' I PM _
poymonti KT U HI. homo. prMto lot. '. ml South '" par me. II.It por lay 04 IIS, IhKtnlga vacuumCUanar 10 5 M Alum. pailon roof. M-CHEVROLET "pfraoliwml *olo- J-I47I FP. 6-7ITI
AM ot Aiochuo Coll "" -"a or woCnoilor TI i'H80IlHOO!). cTi ato 10'11I' oelllhor, 1* PhonoDISHWASHE
.hom.i. built on your .M Pinion, 150! mo. SChool' ... sing' ........ 171 por ma. Mil per lay p. Hltl $169 Installed lion WMIM, o-cyl, PS. R.... mwtlroi
Win down piymont. ... ' N. Monoy Down 14 mo. III PoyQ M)0,
Pg 1-41" -'i' ii i YIms. I Photo n. 2711200.UNPUeNISHOD fenced .rand. Oil Inn 171 por ..... gut par lay I,. Scans, goo4 'warnIng vino Awning Co Ito ..... JHIW9IH1 CRANILincolnMercury POOLEGABLIMOTORS
Alr-conalllMW' tllo botht tp'r.t.to condition I yeorl old 07.P00 -
MOVI IN floon, modorn furnlluro. Only I 11000005oOuss Clll >R l-rMI 1. OLDS JITPIRI. R a a air.
Wow CCI I bodroom. too ".,'. I mind'.. from Unlvirilty on Ml 000 PH 0,00th. II 4111I MO par mo. II." per lay 69 Pool Oilomount WII4. coed,' 4 ipMd, turbo chorgor. SOl I. Univinrrr A.I I II IS St lit A>..
Homo. low down piymonl. LocoN South Ni chlldnn Oat. trl T... Colt Pt 1-2371. bALI out' ch.I,.. tollOO I Call John P1 tovin, I 1741
04 N.. Mm TorrMcCoy mo Colt J7Q.T45I 37&..54S ... MS per mo MSI por loy la010. otto t...... and '_IlL PINS P1REA000 Ion rlf.f: or ora ol till NW UK Inn FR 2-4251 FR 24141HAWrs.OWIRS'
Bullitorl I BEDROOM hovu. lonfri I Call 376-0814 cut to ordor. Call -
day 3..o-nM hoot, noor unlvorilty.' P li 1,1 too mo. UM or .....'IS, Irks Lurnbir Si wool 'iti P0000-1-: tOn.ri" ,"k. )
por per lay .
ghlo Ht-Kll! Unfumiihid Apt,. FR 6.6358 -DISCOUN1- Pro orvlng' C... 'ow botloly. .lIor end clIildh.goaf RIDGWAY
flros.' 0771 Pt 0055.
Wl por..... UU pw day -- .
oulornisisod COMPANY MOTOR
43-1 .0ltoiinoparlrnOtit Sovoral unrum. houwn for rantPOROYCI PRICESW 71 Muucil Myechaatdl.iO8UtHuunn.nd5of'Tn
COLORED RENTALS If SB Hod St ISO! Call Irailoya 4 ASSOCIATES' INC. 204 N. Melts Mam Slroot
IIM pw ... US par' day Strut 1112 S.
Wllllaml Purn. lion, PR o> REALTOR undersell tvtrybody.HENDRIX :
M 2-21(1 FR 2-1411
NOW RENTING 05IS 111 W. Unlv. 3711030i"io. trot, Goln000ltlo, brIton ".hiurnlo.on. .

COLORED oportmonts ultra .rrKKWm largo living I "'on4 4Vplod ..' opt Ilki now gull ..... CC. lame lot ._. hoat.on CALL 378.1411 FURNITURE CO. ot OrMiry Mum, Co.1 .. cell _

dining otto. mod,,. kltcnon *im clout !groondi. c"t 1 nlrlghim. Joe of 444 NW tI.h ApI, NW tin A.... ot iRON lWILBILT OR, a-noR av nlngi. THE GW USED CAR WARRANTY IS I
Con air halt Oilsp.r
Inn noon lorgo, tin llorogo BOIM doom., torrMn mo. 1511 SW J4ltl. A... Phono1712S3S I IR. CCB, carpoltlItilIty room TO PLACE YOUR |*. llcivo, 4 bumori, toVITOi5iPTOPTRPI1tMiHAMMOND I HONORED STATEWIDE! WHEREVER THE I
IPICI itovo 4 ralrig. n>miuw4. city oearlment .",.. owcallent eeMI ORGAN
or and hot wotor hMtor. loclllthn got wotor and "gIt,.. on kmUna lien in, Ph 1714MI after I:MPm ,.. -ry hInt's stop, rollS l'Io1IMln., I GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN I IIMOST
for woiMng mochlnoi. ted ADVERTISE IN THE Oat por. mo _C NW uthSt SUN RENTAL __ Ivory eulgal sn VOId A?
povo4 ......... Sol it N ff. Seth .. ... . POWISS STATES THROUGHOUT THRI
.1. M home *
272-\411: ar lft-4340: WANT ADS me
To,. or coll fo, oppohttmont in SERVICE DIRECTORY CHAN vwd _.....$... 17 Ohond5h till _. A HSrnnnOS'IOrqoo MOTOR co.

_mi_or in un.: __...... ... ... __ __- -- I IIOROOMS. living room lining .ule...., aloo RIPAIR ilovifc' Iraaivn k waifk will, cost yell ll.. In melong I .11 N. MAIN NATION. .
room lIla both Kroono4 porch.Convmlonl I run bicouie It U worth 'R ._ _
Ceil PR 1.1000.HOTPOINT .
to mopping cantorWotar mere man ether make
lit m. Phona PR "30/0. I
___ Alan Mmlc Co lots.000 .
3OLFbath. CC hcono. .m.ly N"" oIKlrlc tango III food cMMfj Ant MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET CO.

Forest PinesAn I ns IR.Nl'kite inn ulppo4 A.' .. .I Wl IR pop I bam ma. par roam ma, roar. PHom LlltlowaM PR: 4-J04I octaol ir illS ooaot _40010
Kroon torch alto ....... DMma 304 NW Urn TorI T-A-4 APPLIANCIS OPISIT IIIAHO lull ... ,6-I17I F 6-7511
Neighborhood Ut Nl flh SI ,..... aM Ouorontaoo oy"' ''' 0400, Scotch Inch'I.ll.s.lA" XMILLER.
Coil McKlnnoy" 0_. IX. 5 I IR I botho. _.. boot, kullt.ln.Itchon 4 ojungtraiort from IN Mt I MUSIC STORE.II .
PR miy, c o r p i r I am ctotaoiaroo.forr.otOISNpOr O.IHICM from PI 14If ) I. tot It TROPICALPONTIAC
,, ':'r ma, w..h... Iram IK IK VISIT YOUR .
...."Excelle.n 2 BR HOUSE Pnano PR HIM. I D..... Irani ut M : CHPIITMAS SAVINGS INC. Authoring1Warranty
.... SP.odPmono.r. on all Morclundlw" on4Inilrvmonti
SON 172-,OS from 000 MVOVlll
'OR PINTS IR Houia, oakfloan
HH N'. lOts A... OIls both. I mlia'" IromSparry S 0'10.' ...,. troat Oat upIt and accaiwrlao 210 N.W. Ilk A.I,
t-. plant Ml Wlloo RoalPhono TII Otto Iroon 131 00 DERDA MUSIC CO. @ FR :2-2111 Dnlir' T.d.,
) IR I bothi. CCB. NW tlCt..... WJ.I/ra. JIIII APPIIANCI CO. 01 N N.mACCOIDION." tit 11... BROWN J
." Call 376-1562 ottir lit NW' ltd A>oPh. mutt 1'
," .. 7' IM ...!, I .woMloil 4211 so.oc
; i 11 PM. 49 ....... fan dintprlvotl 0ODII 0,j lu putt and Or. coiKMloiwri Cei. .. Hall
I hoi ,.or.nt. UM or
111. IIIW lath App.
NitI. co'ttt.rIabi In spot window aIr .andltlannono H." .... otis Immodiaraly' Writ 4-4JJ2
scarrort oven
I IR. I botll. Good condillo.
.... point" Pad. ronoo aol ..'rllO'. boo AtOM Oiiiwivlllo Slut
homo UI
.. ann mo. AoallohIo fond ot Dcc.kleKputNlCod ma by
.J"' JI NIALTYSI a, ma MM only Mil Nl flit tori m Mlomitlc ..,., .....- -

/ H. MaIn It. PR, t-1414 dna Phono PR o-llol'' rj Itai rMlonl' llroploco nMlori
Ire oil ....,.,. t. y iV. CLEAN 00 bid....... u...... 04010.OW LANGE COWPORTAILB' : RfJOMI 4 toot). ...pll.. col !.* 'U ..1,_ f'loctra. 4 laar Karl. "

'i ;.- 01000 tO Sos ctou. 000 PIlate lee mon .cH..!n. killoM'.)f .Ick_ vtoAIIIltporch top Hill "onl Hal ovoryttiwg IIPAIPIOuollty
1:' 'R 1724. VI-ll'l nxmn criolrll 005 OlnlK* only O41PLMELlON UiM Con TRUCKSALE

#..... .,_ _ 171IHIIURNISHEO tool Iclrculorl' uprloM ,lorwiMX HIT PUICII
ii' Mlv.. ti 'lri ._.tar < MOTORS ANtOftEllDeal "
( ** ROOMS I'd 0,05gb 1
McCoy Eaildero
jzxiFgft" Kit 10''HI molcriMf choln onIon.
from comput, too SVI III Avo. .....,_ .
I.h and 517.1.tota SOUTHIRN"
N.I. lining roam
4,000 Sq. Ft. Mod. Coll J7I-I3II.. Mala iludont only, m N MAIN ir. PR tnn .
Now Moionry HomolThru .. Mania land lamp wltniMtfvd AUTO
NICE NOON 11000 ... ala strand ilwiwd h ISO
bedrooms till both kitchin. lIving room dmlng ...rIt,... rotHa.natoravallo.' N I o oaUio 'ChItS .kt:: & 'w.:" loloo I lorvlllIII .

room and a longs. itorogi ond utility room plus fronr .rn, conveni.ntly Antoona ...,-' 131.. ltd One kll,_ cuonclio, PN 5-0570 N Mo" a III7SIIF1 .

porch Built on a nice tin lot complctg with, plantiond P1.' PR 7i7. fir mipeciien opptilUPHOL Value Rated

located warehouse : t-unell eflke laik,
town. I -
SO Mobil HomolFR c..... I."" .. .....rn I v UsedCors :
Total pnci Including doling cut $9500.011DOwll.y..llt otinact, 5,01. vanity Ch..... at.fiqu ,. -

only . . 15000 corner lot Yi'IiWMToI'1 LU. .. "," 10' eottirac.....'. lots a'I
Monthly ,.,m.." 6.SI7 Nearly Hu Parnltoro 0000.
"II.nci..lot.IINO, ( CHAP with hat' fool. 4n0. P10500 PR 40505 C parking
N. d.I.", in ui sod mona right ,In, ...... pow homo $I-A Wanfod Tl Rim -50 *OOIOSP-I- I 2COI NW lit* If.

Ibis Ch'i........ c.1
solo m.doto 1ft o.otliottf
OPEN SUNDAY 2:30 PM TILL S FM $150 Mo WANT Is taut po.lu' ton JO to 100OattIf Ptt0000 P0 SIsuS cot.. 0 I The

'I Call feral ar V.Q. McCay III W..rn halt It donot.Pont' 1 FOR THI CORRECT I

FR e-7290 Call FR 2.4206 PP .JOtI, _ ( Mil. For Jilt I 60 : .; \llry Croon, 1295

OTFICI localod it N.' Main St. and nd'.I.d.. P miino4 Ti. IMUM within IIml TIME I
H Compul. Mull bo Vlryulol WIOOINO omitOM DEALERWho

noigniiarnoal Wrlla M I.f I .......... HMO o.||, I FR 2-1411
sand. II Dumion w..
401 way
MM: NW" On AvoP
; tar pods Mora Juno I, PhaniPHyflcl CourtityOfUnlvoritty I

__ _Pool. otter Jon I.. _n ISlES Wants
NEWt NEW Ckovnlo CHEYFi..IoJ.

52 Burial Winfia .. OX sod CHOIr mit to, ..... N. Nap SI. it Ilk A... 1"

torn ...k.'.. III OIUKollf .. beeTFORD
1SERVICES ROOM AND 'O"ROC...... TY ..._.. II, contpeto, 6". ToDEAL M 1745
ramfc' mall orrvlci, home coo*- Many rnoro bargolos.00ILLIAMI udoJ,11II toot limb..
IIUVICE CONIPSboutluanoe 'JU. 11,1
237 SW 211d PI",
.. Pt 272..11 .
00044 AND 00450. Sloan ;; loAds ;W,..i Os t .-Ir.; !

am ft hoot. Maid" sornlna tome tho tInt tIme ,... uto lied l.... 1007 N. Mil Si.
,....,.. ., ,
PI "
.n. O.
I too n4 Oloclrl. ottomoaMf IKMrDonMll Phi. *. Fl 2. lllNorthcmtrol
I Pwrnllur I Co. .. Salons.nlllo .
II Mortgage Irokepitoisal0001 Roofing SI Offi...D... Spans 5000105 Cantor.G. ; FlorldeiIndgtwndtml I .
I I 62 (tIhSttn (or, 1295'inti

Moh&tcoot .... I. FEflfb1 7l4-IO PT-.f-ofet-; : i W SHOC'- I 0..,., I SHAW C, ntnolblt, v. '.
"" ... ""'01'. Tayrns Is nMINClM.Confroctor _.. tint NW Oft It. CHI Otini ooohtnf;:0 $31. RON.
n _,.. or 3Slats.PSISOdLV PHOtO! 00003

Ivy IVILII IEPINANC' Per pain III can your H noting__MOM seA n rodocoroiol ."... .."" -TO' YOU &

CMIDoon PR" afl4tGerege tor rant upilaln im I o000,. Our tory (.., WWwo Pop Till'
Bvd Ph 376.3175 W'It and ..ov..... hysInq Chrlolntas __._ aol Ottt NwIto. BARKLEY DODGE

;;;;;1- conventional. at NMreotcurrent Door dOd air conlltlonlng ....... Off "
ratal. SW00000Is ....., parting and avolloftwPliano P'nPANf IP8AIAICHII I EETER

tao,. "Old" gladly Hocuio at ** 83kocEooosgoicsll'TSr' ..- ..... PR .,.,. PR tOAOO.IIK MOTORS"IN 56 I 1100 hood tnooftv. 150
1 '
001400100.' Call tamorrawPRIO Nwillalla* e repair, "ijCuOltyOtJILOINA" c'd: t'ldv
ItoMa rievtn. gar- -1964
ail loan Irouknil Carl bao.to IM boUnd Avl Plrol Clanonici
II N 11I_ 50. .... 00 5am. 0 AM. or after A PM. AlOItIteO laaea. Air can*.. a< *. .1. 2a. 0000 $0:, lAIKllY'S THE NAMI" 231 W, UnUenityPhone

I--otiO- 0,00-0000. 0.6.COI0I .... atl-olroot porII..... lanliarMrvka noni o OM onoiiofc oivrltfwil 2201 N Main St. FR
0145 000P10 17M Ow OdIN A... Pimet '"'''''''. Con fit -44W If tlti000le .505to00. ..tonSIwio.oeanc0000. tJ-3J7I
0.0.0, ... FR 1.4171 FORD
ortwrwionH, M 0| oorinonm
ItUVlSIONPKIum S P A C I AV4ILA.I.I- .r in coon lobpdlPfI "" .'
Iff W UMIV awe PM PJ TfMortgage
Oo.nlawn Control hoof 4 AC. NtlOTH. Mwlot MocMlM to 62' ,.... v I IP4.2395'11I'I
P. N. A, b c.I- lull '_ _101. K; lOt por ma. Colt 1.._ blIp, It, w. "..... duo 275-tOOL CRAKELINCOLNMERCURY 0.5 nInes
'ORO'CI a *%OsctAtIl, 'IOC.I Stottyt or 571443 ; ,
Auto Gloss tact toosSI par pnx In M avuai. maMMoat. ''itroOfo..l". .. UiKar. liCit t
I moan
Werianrv -Kt
I wool menuet lyaawrllrr. M 4I
I ". 0. UoIIo. motion
**n *WanM fvo teat Hft, 54 oolaooa Raof.l.. I I Ilk movie -....... a* wing 11
AdO Glued to aw :1..1 tool VAUtiy "0It1 booN iMir .,.. lewim II. 515.on. .
eta, tmnwiiaia Benkert 0... M Ava. 1005514E4 otncn or ..... oliNPuaoOy I .. -. I p.... -d.yL
Onto ...bo0 4 40IKMTV A4MfeMuly I Tennnian i arm la yean co lit po...... Sat lOW tOnS
4 vaiua ta your cor .. I A... Utt par ma. Pnom PR *000 PO. lAt l"fe'ia.l iiollverySlreCCR SAFE BUY i
AutO 4Atl co. MIMSCR ho.a .....- 0000001,00.P000ttPUIPlO. __
I I *
MJ NW ant II PR' A 0051.Aaop&&SUvkI. fAINTING I stool .c.soouttd000cO. I ._ ; 64 r' bane 1745
I I tilt 30010 MacrO. Pool'.. USED CARS /" bails,.

i iUna 271o05a Inod .... ttodltaaN III
Modern Painting I POlTTiAie w..O--; : OUrlowilalMg anoMo taeMaf le lao.l .. HeIM 516 S, MAIN ST.f

.or ..< tool. ga aiidarm *. W. Univ A... Prod i and HMO. kWM MM* KMl
SarvKO Oaroooj tool oar ma Coil Maniwl or I* per me. Natienol Sov )
roooin a, awe. WIrorq Oauooaa4o.p .oot. .. w'"t: a.. MomiM Co, HI W. llnfy.
lull Wort Ouaronlool.Ull .C.I NnndtoahtgonowottmerrfIoolk.ep4og rm fl o-rWI PR 400 Sr I. P. I a.. mi IM M. IrgeMtr Mr. Hert. Mr lerkerr C

Hv SlOt. Ammo PPJ i Pit PR 2.3 JlOfIN
TOP, _
w..l L 0OOW for 0d. I AoosI hltf' 495
PYOD! fao'd 5500 107000.. 1.OV 05 s .
I DAN OW100c1' Ott' ..... odolts'. Pod IVININGS, J II''"_ jt '.4.
terv, A HALf CCMTURt
AppeoisolPals I II COMPLETE; BOOKKEEPING 476.R164 to, Ooloto 500 cot _. 540O ew
I OP ICRVICI TO Toll SERVICE 372-9209 I I.- 55000ma. a.1

I *J1010IIAt I MORTCAGI( INDUSTRY I: .__ Oport..ttniiFACTORY !4.".OT .A< HOP pi 01517SINGER
oRal '
.st" A.II.a.,", PtA 4 VA Howl I0 '"lMORTGAGES Vh.bss' ",

trig w UNI 000,005. .... ..... m** I I OF v ..... .. ." .- _. .. DI S TIt IIUTOft 'I G.M.C.PICKUPS FORD

FLORIDA INC.Firewood r0aI0aoow p0.00 dM0 toot, '_01 arts pamMaj Mo floes. SLANT-O-AMTIC 60 IC .1. ..,..., 1395
OlIN I roat Hnamlo opaconlwf
PI 0.0m. 0r00
cat N N. It Tar
ARoon. 0 01'' d5 Irsord,
I alidozisogooAos. .... 'II lion Ammo "Pt IoI.r 000 M ItO Ooa000Iotdtoot os. ad. 0.0 oIe10 .
Nodont _. ".., 0054 40 a0yl, 0a05 Sob & VANS .' ;I. J 01.....,.
I Rep.in .. 1504 an 550Oo Mad
N.td'OPO7. 00500P i a g yaarlr PoM
; horn0 aSs Nat OtIs
Onpi at 'II
....... 11II dIr1. Otto 0,15. 5.5teca olart KI IIIOIII>. 00 I IlatTlaa I 1050 up POP. lit fI ow ma ONLY '
371 disd PROVING COO OtPIOUOlAt000 I OIl aa maaa .. POMO Burl la.* wrue Woo-I c_
FIREWOOD RIA50NA.U I IPAII Sf IVKI I at tnaraiwr an4 akKy Por .> .... .... dioRoo.ftdo ...
Wot** PHONE FR 6-im I Owl aajvamoM *r ion. 4.4 "'. 5005. I :...

Drinking .. .. I: PI inn. I :::? ,. .'11Io f__ I j :j J GAINESVillEAUTO I

CRY IT AI. .- _... 10... .,... .;;;. lot 0.adt'W 0504'sIthotdo OW I I'i -- %- c:.: =I.r: ;':

kM-er.---boo OttO 40000e005 0... 40p .... ,Pnr00040 41171 Mats i $1750 Monthly := .::...:: :..: .:dosdany $49
Wmir CoP T' ortoo ..0 omi poaran
Spnnot I II Profit Potential
an all ttHRerrxxiilinf I 5 p0000 ..... 1

Fleer Care Prime vH larvlcl Coe: I W .oso-M 00.1. 00OWN' I

I Sun Want Ad-* br orasod-M-000 coat-OWtoP00 anan..aNt$1505 Ma-00 _50.trnma SALES
P 0 ooesNOING
;; i040100
; ama 00' Noar ot -
pad MaWIorcano Man VAN}
DO oau ..,0. Psotda 00aOWI .0 454 otat OW ,P.

:. = wow'..= .tOW..:::: \ .one. ..'.. ... -. I 04-ante to-Pool 00 Mowos"P. Owedo "Nu'hc.at.l FIi'.. H.. I Ino'tpericjenf D..,f.
0 Ueaull8. .. t tI. TROPICAL PONTIAC
Pot a o'rn 40ai000l. I -- MecltiN RetMlp Get II .S-. er" Ac,... irom ,lit Stepping Cm fir.fHONl .
Ma atots
Sewinfj Mad
Ioal ..
I ho ba.odo -
..... ;;.. "I tvo. .. '- OniS ao00 .... or_ ,4ow G.M.C Truck C.r,fer
7satoMScootal ,:; ,:,,.'110 ococenma uO.notl 00 000.0.4 doommo. 00e. at It Ma W hoe J72-IJIJ
cc.'O. .. Cad -
MaMant Uwrot C') ma 0. Uo.oNtOtn 0 00 PI eo_ 220 N.W. Itfc Av..
C0OOrItOO.--.. 00 .P WI .,.,.. 5S OWIA IASac toot-00 P41020 00 00ot'frot. t I L'" .... SaMa4'I ....
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,Jjgftj% tIc04aIP,4vo'.tfo.tt. I.df I$1700 a000I I HOtyianWIr* ,( IwyWgafalIl054 f 111 PUffTVMOTCtVPA1pia ..y0051eNool

I fl itoogn n 04,1'tt'ffl orwttc i' I 05170000d454743 0 T-t'j' f' err

CA t5 *c. 7.4.4 do4n.Y'ftiQ5.1fltQwf I RI4x3 A.00 M UT.mo's iv 1 5lIUNOWTIO K001WI I 94 55t Thing rti. antiS OPPl .
p o..t.4 MV ttjft MU.P ) VrV/t HO.
triz c.sIr.tb tbbC."Cnta. NCI U at w$ CflNbs.P 1 t.0.b'3s7bomTeTl0.pt WV.o.

to 14 $A1 : o 1gA.OlJof I IT I I

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: 18 Cainetville Sun Tueidoy. December 29, 1964 .

II I 8,000( Live on Streets of Delhi, Many Die There of Bitter Cold II I I ElectricalLighting ,I

3Trro Hark OHmra hat only 1,500 used them. her charged that the "chowkl-/ has given rise to some unusual There are individualists who the lamppost, untangled the,light of the street lamp. From Fixtures
The reason Is that the 19 of dare," or watchmen, in chargeof Institutions.One devise their solutions
own to the rope and placed the bed on time to time he Interrupted his
NEW DELHI Nineteen .
peo sponsored nightshelten, the shelters were illegally e Reildentlol CommgrcUl
daily Is the sidewalk bedding problem. A lone charpoy, a the pavement. Then he went reading scribble a pieceof
pie died of bitter cold on th two permanent and the others ,charging 25 paise ((5 cents) I to / on Industrial
pavement of Delhi in one week are unhygienic and night for sleeping space. keeper. For a nominal chargeof string bed on a wooden frame, a nearby eating house, changedinto paper. CALL
this month. emporary uncomfortable. 15 paise ((3 cents) he stores hangs on a lamppost in a busy pajamas and came out with Questioned, he said he was a
Each year such deaths draw orbiddingly,ome the people are locked in another of obstacle.contagious diseases is bedding for the homeless during thoroughfare of Delhi his bedding, which he unrolledon poet and had come to Delhi C. P. Dressler

brief attention to the desperate i 'intil morning lest they runaway the day. His clients collect To discover who owned the the charpy. from the Punjab In north west Electrical Contractor
situation of the homeless In th with blankets. Most of the shelterless are! their bedding from him each charpoy, It was necessary to Wrapped In the blankets were India. He found It difficult to Phone FR 6-6193

capital, where population h a the debate left to their own resources to night and disappear to their wait near the pole. At 1 p.m. a three books. He crawled into sell enough poems to pay rent!, 910 N.W. 4th St.
During one memo fight the bleak winter
far outstripped housing facil and this chosen. sleeping quarters.._. _. man=-nonchanUy-='---walked-- toward.. bed_and.began ,to read.by the he said. ___" ___ .__ J.I --=
itlcs. .
About 8,000 people, one in ev- It

il ery 300, live on pavements, in
nooks and corners under trees

and bridges, on the steps of '
public buildings and In the 1'i nuw N, r'A
Ap + k Jka "yr
partial shelter of shop fronts.In ,
summer Delhi Is one of the

hottest clUes of the world but in II

winter the temperature sometimes I

drops well below freez
r ,
ing.Opposition members attacked
e +
lY w., 1
t the government in parliam e n t. i
earlier this month for its failure }

n homeless to provide"under shelter its very for nose the I I DECEMBER 30 and 31, 1964 a"

and eyes In the capital."
The minister for housing and
I works replied that shelters had

been built for \8,200 people, butTrooperBill1 S



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t 'tl! i,: \ I 'lW' All,' ,,.t II'I ,: 4v : RD LIN ( SAL (

I I Drive with both hands firmly I

I grasping the driving wheel I ,1 ; .. _.
I This prepares 6 you for whatever ] l ..:. : .... ...
quick action required. One- ,
.: :.
handed drivers or "finger tip .W 1\. .
drivers cannot adequately handle Note: =:' Note:
en emergency that requires I .
#I'I split.second swerving of the car Special Hours i: : Hours
out of danger or holding/ the car _; : Special

,to wheel.ss.--E the road.Driving Done Is serious relax at busi the! / WEDNESDAY ?!;.1? .4:1) i':J.: THURSDAYF

I I NOTICE 1I OP FICTITIOUI INT1NTIOM HAMS TO '" ,.,, ,.;Jtt 't t 9 A M 9 P M \ : 9 A M 'T'16 P M

'..,.uonl nolle.lo lo Mellon h-riby tan,'"Gloria." that Hotviot. III.undor.lontd. .i .... 1- :. LtX CENTtR (JJ. I .
Kvorl J. Pmlllpl and or )3Q Ncl55n mEET A. .....
J. PliMlipt. *>ln builn.10' un0arme f no. .... .srr ...
leash j' 'fIo\1\I\ ,Ir. .
I firm n.mo 01 Itono.t' Air ... ';> ...
Oolimvlllt. Alodiuo/ lIellll..j ;I' ... .
'rorloiu' Inlmrt to rwlytof ,.ld | ,. .. .
Fame Und.f eh. ... of lh ( / r. --
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I toy bold Colod.; of f.fut.Doc.it,GulMivlllo A.D.' 1.M.. Florida' IMl 7 NEVER BEFORE SUCH A SALE AND IN OUR '
I J. HltLIM. PhlllloiIllo and orSlrltlJ I 'J n" ;tal1

OP Hyau
i T" NOTou "'.' 1\i
rJa' b notlS- that I will o.trtor .
Ills and Mil ot oubiie lolo to thoriQlwt I BIG NICKEL TIME
f Wlowlno.dteCr60dblid' ,..' for.' ono coih,block'III I FABULOUS RED-l.INE SAVINGS ON

Illttd low ond ono groy uw oocli at-
prommataY' 97 J Ibl, and on. dark groy HUNDREDS OF ITEMS THROUGHOUT
., .1'
male" plo> opproHlmiloly' I Ibl 11:00A ... .
I M., on the Itn diy of January. If'5.. '. .
If Alle.ul, Ollnoivlllo County, Florida Jail f1J lo 11 lalllly lItraat I : .:)l 4;?W'J' THE STORE MANY ONE-OF-A-KIND 'f, '
claim for fa.'' I'M" for f.odlnand ,
...... and cotl "....lAlocliuo 11
J. M. ,,,...... Jr I.trlll \ '
CountyOamrvllle I i .
Florida ,..:
IN THl Count Of THf, COUNTY, .. .

0"0''''. f
To All Crtrtllor. (AOII.f.... Hiving J: HAVE MARKED THEM SO LOW ,
(l.lmt or Domondl Sold.'. liloloVw I, t
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UF Human Development Center -Gets I. ,

Boost With $502,000 Federal Grant IJ

WASHINGTON, D.C. Approval Miller Health Center on the of Regents for approval at its pressing need for an Inpatient struction of the Child Psychiatry on the NIK decision- "The Huto the University Hospital. It
of $502,000( for the first University of Florida 'campus. January meeting psychiatric hospital for emotionally Unit would begin u won man Development Center at the Includes space for clinical and
phase of a $6 million Human It would mark the beginning The tint phase of the Hu- disturbed children and as bids are let Plans are already University of Florida represents research studies on mental retardation
Development Center at the of the first Center for Human man Development Center will be the first such facility completed. It would set an outstanding example of fed and prenatal and
University of Florida was announced Development the nation In- which Includes the half million in the state," groundbreaking at about! Mar. eral) and state cooperation to behavioral development. R also
here this morning by vestigating the.whole of h udollar Child Psychiatry TeachIt also assures that some of I, 1965, with estimated completion meet the pressing health needs Includes expansion of the chll..
Rep. D. R. (Billy) !Matthews man development process e i icg and Research Unit will the research projects underway by the spring of 1961. of the country. dren's outpatient clinic, and provisions
The fund, if accepted by the from prenatal stages to old provide a pilot program In the at Florida which are conThis first unit will rise as Dr. Samuel R. Martin, Provost for research on the aging
State Board of Regents, would age. State of Florida to train the cerned with the causes and a 4-story east-side extension of of the J. H 1111 a Miller process." I
match $500,000 appropriat d University President J. persons needed \to staff other prevention of developmental disthe University of Florida Hospital Health Center, said "Phase It It will be financed through
by the 1963 Legislature to proWayne Reitz, ,upon receiving Institutions concerned with eases, can be expanded and in the J. Hillls Miller 1 of the Human D e v 11 o pment private support, supplemented ,
vide for construction of a Child the announcement, 'said the mentally disturbed, children" housed, he said. Health Center complex. Center at Florida, already In from anticipated governmental
Psychiatry Teaching and Research National Institute of Health pro Dr. Reite said. A go-ahead front the Board of Congressman D. R. "B111 f i i y" the planning stages, calls for expenditures to produce some
Unit at the J. Hlllis I posal will be taken to the board "This beginning answers the Regents would mean that con Matthews (D. Fla.) commented an additional eight story wing (See CENTER *n Page I)

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A Human Development Center, the first' of it* leis t la the first phase of the project which ultimately will coil W million Vlll encompass human dlneaoe*' from the prennlaj; fyage* I
I United States, soon will rise alongside the J. Hillia Miller Health la atari March the ccnttr lift to old..., marking a of medical rcnearch. r"1 I
Center in the area shown above by white linen., Work. .n'tlte expected to about I, 1965. Studies 'In. new en I

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SVni tyork 4 Elmr The'Air Force studying slightly larger ,

By EDWARD HUDSON ,Venturis'for. possible me OB astronaut space
NEW YORK The country's latest space belts to propel *men who step outsideto Will Mean to
rocket motor la the size of a small pea. It inspect or service their spacecraft. The City t
weighs less than three hundredth of an, motors could alto be used for fine adjust ,
ounce and 100 of the motors can easily be ment In 'pacecrat'elocity.: .,.
held In one hand. Each,o C the pea-ebe units is actually. a i551010.
Military propulsion experts say It is many miniature.rocket.)notor with all the principal .
times smaller than the smallest rocket tarts of Us larger counterparts. Ultimately, the'nlvenlt, of Florida's Human Development "It will be the first teaching and research clinic In Florida for
motor known to exist c Inside its plastic housing It contain Center will bring to "between 100 and 200 new profesekmat*.per*""sa* mentally disturbed children ind It will serve M a model," tu Mid.
Made entirely of plastic, It burns a'solid Igniter .material, ,which U touched off by pie, the man who will head the center said this morning The center will serve a two-fuld purpose, he added One, through
propellant. A string of the expendable motors an electrical impulse the solid propellant Dr. Richard T. Smith proftiw and head of pediatrics at the research It will develop ways of caring for mentally disturbed cluldrtn -
are mounted on a tape which feeds througha I combustion chamber and a flared exhaust College of Modlcute: said .today's announcement; from Washington and two It will train specialist to this area.paychialrlaU
half.pound triggering device. nozzle. culminated three years of work: en the project and who win
They can nurses- Own be available to tall ether child centers
be fired one at a time or In sequence like Whereas the cooriry'i largest rocket en,. "It'i just a start and well need more money la phase la !KM bi the state.

a roll of caps 11I toy plltolTh. Ines produce up a(o 1,500,000 pounds of complete center" but.,Jfi I healthy start and it means we're calf Smith said the project, which tuu an "..cllJ.II." future, 'has 'the
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cap motors as they are called, win thrust for a matter ef manatee, the cap ground \*'
be given their first trial In space some time motor yields only'I pound of thrust for less From 13.S to H million more will be needed from the stale and" barking of most of Florida's leideri.
next year u stabilizing motors for a Tirol than two-hundredthi. of a second. private source to complete the M million center. J, The young pediatrician, who wss Instrumental planning much
weather satellite. (See.SPACE: M Page 2)) Dr. Smith said,the Human Development Center wIN be of 1ft.mendoualmp8lt.lnce of the project will have he Nile of scientific director of the ceo*
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I 'I Had Cancer,' He.'+ Admits ..Rule Coalition* ]MayBe : 3-Day Fight Is Won i' '

By JAMES BACON 'the public *rve sever been sick a day
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Movie ie heroes { Is ny lift but I go every year to SoughtO
hero John Wayne, conqueror of out illness IA Jcrtppe': Clinic ta La Julia fort But Yanks Suffer
Iwo Jima, thousand of movie strays' their checktip.i Nrnt flotfc Star
Indiana and Western bad men "1 aay I t ALTTW, Texas Secretary -
says ha now bas conquered the better ,--nalt time Ciry found a spot of State Dean Rusk told Pmi
great killer-cancer. image X.'i... my haig. n was a tumor and. dent Johnson Tuesday flit VetaamcM \ BtSH NOH1A. South Viet was Ml necessarily over. VWl I..,". I US. adviser com.mtnted. .
Duke 17, five. lieu cancer. malignant.. generals were having y'm AP) Vartnameat troopt Cong patrols! were reported They could com beck
"Big once I 1 didnl W"1 second thoughts about the wisdom reocrupled tfU crowded Catto.Be pressing around sewed miU- agate tonight/
pack-a-day smoker of unfiltered was skk, but caught It early. I don't care of their defiance p1 American i refugee town si noon today tarp outposta to the ar... Bleb Nghla' Kai been attackedtour'
cigarette, said a recent! hospi' tf 1 never sell another ticket at
feet after l nearly a "bole Us .
feeling adrkt. mill Vietnamese fighter! / plant and ttmn this
political by
tal stay via for removal of a the bo to ft back
rm battallnn Cluing
IriUng KM At the tamo time it was taanv grr armed helicopter were throwing CommunUU, possibly because It
lung malignancy.The rcr and licked 'sMryb,\, Uut some' poor soulwsie ed that the United States tow trim the Viet Cong.. .. hundreds of pounds of Win la a Cathode vllUgt tiled! with
official statement at the ,, (Mace can get I eheck-op teals that political amity to Wt Tea America Ranger. idvl*. explosives Into surpocted VietCong f.M refugeei from North! Viet
time was that an abscess bad with his doctor" and be as bckyaslwu. tact may well require broader .. ere were captured by the Cenv'i potttJoM.Tliey Nam.' Tho rcfugeti morale It
bees removed from hit lung. rtpreonriauVM .to the cabinet,,munarti, mare than M Vktaanv haven't font far see BATTU: M Page)
-I licked the Big C," the aB- Wayne returns to work Jan. 4 ef Prtntar Trsn Vu Huong. ese ....... wen killed scareti.am
time movfe betofflce king to'Doronco. Mexico: on "The lot wounded and aware
grained Tuesday. SOM of Katie F.1drr' It WM thought by observer this 1M miSMng to th* fight. ti

That's what my doctors tail "You know m to good inapt Americas that flu support could signal I., oVmaad semi ",' drive cut Ow vptratat W of about now BAD
IIIL" b hecwKo the II a typical Join by VktnaawM BwMhWs aid a rrtnnt panIJ. I
-I told hem: TM\ Bo tom wayne VeXeri .4 Iota ofncged atr "*"
factions far
And they know me dame acUoo. I never got famous ether Satins to R.....'. eaiKMt Ugraeto.ef *A partial count thawed a Viet. It The t tTeenAge
weD enough to know they hadn't auking drawing room largely MipouttsJ tfchnJelan Cargdrtd.
'Io UA Ranger eapula was
bewr. ..1 oMaedlas. *.* sutched from die Jews I
"They laY aw y got an ef IIIWJUBO ',WIVM entered Geed Same Hurt vttwd PM LBJ ranch eVatk ekes. arnd AMeribaMkopwr Drinking
they bund It earyenoclh. tea Hocprtal to Uo AngrlosSopt
." to review tie tottrtouoaal ettu. swooped dows to Urn
11. cast woe Km dofcrthed to DM face ef 114 asters( enemy I
stile with 'the PmUmt and.
Tr4 alwayi lamed Wayne nfjseJ old ankle atk Problem in G'ville ?
u y. IBM retenod to VsigiotOfficial Art **d lifted! Um eut ef IMstftte.
to abide by the Hollywood A few der bttr I wee dn. U. S. resorts report The captain ...' ser. ,
code that cancer or at otter dosed Kurt he w. brag treated .d afterward that ft* edmtBtotrauoa rounded kf Viet Ce,..ff wbn! tar I
KTMS Bness could destroy a ... '
for M is ace km* The i believed shag nrtaifcudbg nwd.
box-office tmago. But ho doosaltRMko surgery was pertonmd and ptttfcal facflow' toJfct But wtfe .*. VMuriMM fJI. tme SEE PAGE ,,6 I II
aaymoro. Wayne recuperated aboard asi ape .oar the towa. M I
"Vyadviocrsaa told s e that AlLacegc alt cleat sw b''J1dIL rtn IUM M Page || .mitt ea.t ef Saffn. At aefiM l. .._.

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j Wind Up Viet Nam In Cancer Soon?.

BusinessUNITED From Page 1

4If By FRANK CAREY Philadelphia said he. based that
.. NATIONS, N.Y South Viet Nam were beginningto Associated Press Science Writer prediction on his confidence that

(AP) The U.N. General A s- recognize the Importance ot MONTREAL (AP An by that time:

sembly makes another attempt national unity! and of setting American cancer specialist 1. Final proof will have been
today to finish its 1964 business aside personal rivalries for the forecasts: that final break- established that many. If not

without a showdown over the time being.A throughs toward controllingcancer most, cancers are caused by

.. Soviet Union's assembly vote. ? clique of young generals by vaccines and miraculous viruses; and 2. Further development

i Assembly President Alex 10 days ago dissolved the HighNational curative drugs will 1 be will have been made on

Quaison-Sackey of Ghana called Council in Saigon and achieved "quicker than well!! recent discoveries In understanding
chief to his office this
morning delegates for a second informal arrested many of its member get to the moon" perhaps the structure of the

poll which he hoped would give They won the backing ot soon after 1970. basic core of all viruses specifically
Colren of the nucleic acids
Dr. Jacob Genhon- DNA
Jordan or Mall a two-thirds maJority South Viet Nam's military commander
I : for a seat on the Security U. Gen Nguyen _! and RNA

If Council starting New Year' Khanh, who criticized U. S. Ambassador 0 100 He said these discoveries are

Day. Maxwell D. Taylor for Mile/ "prctably more significant: if

1 In one such Informal poll his attempts to restore the High less appreciated by the public,

Tuesday the assembly members National Council than the unlocking; of atomic

... gave Malaysia <0 votes, the LAOS energy."
: Netherlands II and Uruguay 92 4 The It day test of wills has Gerohon-Cohen, a radiologistof
: CAP) WI,."",.,* to tilt sun WE= # had to some extent a sobering
for the other three council seats the Albert Einstein Medical
that became vacant Jan. L Alan effect: on the Vietnamese military Center, spoke at a news conference
: Back With Mom UP) WlrapM. b MM Sun the official CAMdOD1A NAMrp
assembly session afterward, sources prior to acting as chairman
Sinner Judy Garland hold ton Joseph, 9, and Quaison-Sackey declared them Avoid UN ShowdownUnited said, and It is felt they areshowing today of a symposium on

Daughter Lorna, 12, at New York Kennedy International elected by general consent. more moderation In viruses and cancer at the 131st

; Airport Tuesday morning after they arrived On this informal poll Jordan Nations General Assembly President Alex: their attitude. meeting of the American Association

Iron California. Daughter Li/a Mlnelll, left, who re- got; 70 votes and Mali 50. Maliefused Quaiwn-Sackey tells the assembly of plan to windup According to these sources, tt tueetu for the Advancement of

gently struck out on her own u an actress In a New to withdraw unless one year-end business without forcing the Issue of the United States believes that IINH OettACe' Science.

York show, ano' met the youngster of the two got the two-thirds Russia' right to vote during a session in New York the generals are now In more I Cershon-Cohen also told news-

majority required for, election Tuesday. Quaison-Sackey puns a poll of members effective touch with .civilian gR Jw.6evoh men:
1)AMAGE) NEW ,JOB? on a formal vote. Apparently) privately In his office to decide questions such as leaders. I
some of the 112 assembly members representation on the Security Council. The move de 1. Achievement of better con
Jlnllirlna Nadia Nerlaa'sctfsbratcd I .Coy; Albert D.: Roielllnl of Rust told Johnson that he
lays showdown I trol over ordinary viruses
polled cast ballots for both a with Russia and several other -
collection .of ballet Washington, who was defeated' Jordan and Mali.Qualson ; lions who are behind In paying assessments. Secre na hoped to see signs of political.' CMA, h. Including: those of the common

souvenirs'was damaged by fire In November when he sought, a ,. Sackey and Seers lacy General U Thant sits with Qualnon-Sackey./ unity In Saigon soon. The United cold may help reduce the

let swept through her house in third straight term, has been tary-General; U Thaot awaited States regards such unity as danger of getting cancer. It !Is
mentioned as a possible president the "stable
ionaon'l Soviet acceptance of a VS.-approved More About platform" needed to possible some such viruses maybe
Mayfalf Tuesday of the Motion Picture Association In The support an effective war effort Map indicates BinnNghla
Insidious of
night. of America.' plan to recess the assembly I against the Viet Cong Communist about 40 mil e.I helpmates cancer -

Roselllnl, M, a Democrat, late today, seek voluntary guerrilla forces. south of Saigon. causers, or even cancer
;:Mist Nerlni said her most said he wasn't seeking the $16,- financial contributions CenterFrom causers themselves.

vplued poneiilon, a death mask 000-a-year job, but was "Inter from members and resume the The remarks of the U. S. More About 2. The day will come when the

of Russian dancer Anna Pavlov ..tec11n listening.\ assembly Jan. 11 without raising CapitolWASHINGTON sources Tuesday seemed to accord taking of the temperature of

vfc -,wa. blackened but other ,. the Soviet vote question. ] 1 with reports from VietNam BattleFrom specific areas of the body with
wise undumaged. Three costumes ,, lJ I Thant proposed to appeal at Page that Khanh and other officers devices based on Infrared detection

worn by Vaslav Nljlnaky an' afternoon session to an CAPTaJc.. $3,S million limed for were meeting to discuss an techniques "will be as
uF members, "without prejudice to log a lip from J. Edgar Hoover, completion accommodation: : with Taylor, in
also saved. Important as X-ray" helping
were + their previous positions on the the Secret Service has ordered a: lie said who has pressed for release of :Page 1 detect ailments.

OfiT AND' INDuke question of finances," to bring shield of bulletproof ,!ass for Phase in win can for extension the High National Council members 1 All people may be harborIng .

the financial: situation of the President Johnson when he I of the present Medical and the restoration of that high and U.S. advisers say Blnh latent non-active cancer

n organization to solvency by voluntary views the inaugural parade Jan., Sciences Building to provide or a similar! body. Nghla the model village the viruses -, with cancer developing
contributions. 20. The sources had little: to ssy province They felt that the VietCong
expanded research space adjacent \ only in those people ex
He also have the about American thinking toward be break
proposed to And officials are might trying to
: to action
posed some triggering
to offices for the various the militant Buddhist l
authorize him to its
assembly spirit
a similar precaution on the \Inauguration
such as excessive radiation,
Health Center departments. Additional movement !In Viet Nam. If the
spend money for U.N. purposes
\ platform at the U.S. The captive American were certain chemicals, or some Internal .
High National Council
la 198S at the 1964 budgetary.Capitol financial support from were restored U.S enlisted men. disturbance.
level "pending decisions= to betaken and there would still be a
The Warren Commission that private government sources: .
Two other U.S. soldiers we'll
serious crisis because of the members "I get positive results
at the resumed session"on
'- Investigated the assassination ot r would be'required to meet the Buddhists hostility toward Pro of the Special Forces, wen quicker than we'll get to
t new budgetQuaisonSackey
President John 7, Kennedy $l.b million cost. mler Huong and killed Tuesday night in another the moon," said Gershon-Cohen.
j, 'i/ then would.asked FBI Director Hoover his I especially, toward '
: Hand declare Thant'sproposals recommendations for Dr. Martin slid the Human some members of his cabllnet. action 30 miles north of Saigon When I reporter said the

adopted without objection; call ,presidential lon.WASHINGTON Improving, I Development Center's threefold Their deaths brought to 241 the American space agency has Its
.Angler BldiU Duke 49,' resigned for consultations on the Soviet- protec purposes of patient care.I The sources indicated then e number of Americans killed In. sights set on a moon landing by

as Chlet of Protocol In U.S. assessments dispute during (AP) A education and research crosses appeared to be some hope (that(combat since December 1911. 1970, Cershon-Cohen said he

the State Department and will Mrs. Jacqueline It. a edy the recess, and announce that shift from traditional last the subject lines of the e n tire the Buddhists and Huoaj I Thirteen< Americans now are expected the cancer breakthrough .

be- liven aa Important am., smiles radiantly la the snow the assembly would "proceedwith minute bargaining has been University. Faculty members could come to an agreement I mlnln,. would be almost

l tjpssadorshlp, President J 0 he.Ienn.bnnounced country of Aspen, Cole., Its business" on Jan. U. proposed by a blue-ribbon panel In' several of, Its colleges, not over Buddhists complaints thai t Six U.S. servicemen also were! achieved by/ then.

.. Tuesday I n where she .is skiing with her The two statements were designed after an month study of the ably the College of Medicine, their interests are not rep wounded >in the three-day battle In answer to another question,

, UHKhson City, Tex_Du protocoL ,'children. Fourteen membersof : to lay the groundwork for ,causes of labormanagementstrife. have already begun to come to resented In the cabinet.Replacement. for Blnh Nghla, 40 miles east of,he said that by then he expected

Wrsucceeded In they the Kenned family sure lathe settling the Soviet-US dispute' grips with the complex developmental Saigon. Fighting still flickered the way would finally be open to

fcA by Lloyd NelaoS Hand, area enjoying a post-, over Article 19 of the UJf. The newt style of bargaining problems that lie behind Wednesday evening, but the perfecting vaccines 'and cura,
ij: Lot Angeles'Ittorney and Christmas, vacation, Charter which the visible diseases of maD. that it
businessman ( skiing says any mem at recommended by the 12-man Viet Cong was believed to have tlve drugs He added
the President'sjlfl. ber two behind In assessments The others.are' the Colleges oflIe.lth
years panel would Involve continuing would be only "wild specula
made its final onslaught on the
Hand assistant to
"shall have no vote" in Related Professions l when
,. discussions between labor and town. tlon" to hazard guess on
Johnson from 1957 to 1961.r ,
.A Negro .real estate exec the assembly. management Instead of the tea Education, Nursing and Arts such vaccines and drugs actual
: I The Soviet Union is more than and Sciences. At the peak of the fighting
dltlonal hectic that
tin,Wilbur M. 1I0lllnl,has been bargaining ly would be developed.
two years behind because it In the US. alone, there are some 1,200 government troops
appointed to the Birmingham I does often takes place when a contract s....A ....."t the ...... .nnnh.. ,.5 I
City Planning Commission.The not pay assembly assess.ments la about to expire. some 800,000 patients in mental .c ;;; ; ;
City Council approves I for the Congo and MId- The group, composed of Institutions. Some 250,000 new I i.kja..it one ol,f Bill Swapping

Holllns' appointment Tuesday. dle-East petce-keeplng: operations prominent representatives of babies each year suffer with the largest engagements in VietNam

The vote wu I tort against.. contending they are ill. both sides, was named by late significant birth defects; 285,000 in the past four years. Pair Getting

gal. A voluntary contribution President John F. Kennedy persona die from cancer, includ Three US. helicopters were Rich Slowly
would enable the Russians to ing 14,000 from leukemia; S8J- shot down Tuesday.

get with Article 19 without 000 from heart disease, and
square I
WASHINGTON (AP) US. The town Jammed with (.000 City police are searching today
admitting they were paying holdings of monetary gold declined some I million suffer fro m ,.. Roman Catholic refugees from for two men who have developed

peacekeeping dues. by $.JO million In Novenv ,arthritis. Communist North Viet Nam a get rich slow
Since convening Dec. 1, the ber, the Federal Reserve Board Current research programs scheme.
was occupied by the Viet
has done at Florida seek Congon
assembly necessary reported today. answers to the whlti I
The driving a
Dec. S but
business without voting to avoid The decrease brought the gold mysteries of life and 11 c I a d e government forces with a Nova Scotia -
a US. challenge of the Soviet studies of physical and behavioral them out. compact
stock to a total of $l5,5MoooWO license tag, drove through
vote. on Nov 30. The gold holdings abnormalities; those of A powerful Viet Cong unit Gainesville Tuesday ncha n ping

thus dipped,'for the first time congenital origin as well a s overran Blnh Nghla again Monday -l Canadian $10 bills for U.S.

More About since March, below the total of those arising from the environs Shows above Is Fletcher Two government Ranger money at a profit of 10
ment; the effects of chemical companies: tried to
gold reserves with which th re-enter the
Rush ef Orlando, a fecal attorney cents on the dollar.
year began 1S9,000,000. agents upon fertility and conception who town but were driven out. U.S. rate of
Under the
w r\r i was picked! by present
; physiological events Cevenor Bryant helicopters poured In troops a Canadian 110 bill
SpaceFrom which Tuesday to exchange,
Mora than IS billion dollars the occur birth during and immun followIng replace Chester Whittle, aloe Tuesday for the final, assault Is worth only $9 on the U.S.

CA' Win**** to W_ Sun) were spent by the 141 million ity; studies of Inborn process character; ef Orlando, ea the newly In a seething battle around Market.

: Mils Judy HIM, green-eyed 1,:" ",,, Page 1 tourists visiting Florida during istics, and the ways these in created Board of Rtgeatsgeventag the town Tuesday, 175 battle- The operation was reportedby
__ __ hardened Vietnamese chamber of
lost the Florida salver. Rangerswere Billy Mitchell,
teract each
upon other.
peauty from Fort War I .. (A.) Wlraeosa ta tilt W..
pinned down vice pres-
When fired, it makes a sharp sJty system. Whittle could art by the Viet commerce executive
Jews, kai beta named 19(1i Mrs Patricia Jew Doh e.- report a little louder than a Weather fill the poet cue to personal Cong This unit suffered at least ident.IAXTSI..

i Maid .f Cotton la tile finale ty, M, Is takes to a police cap pistol. The firing rate for Roundup circumstances. 14 killed and an unknown number

))it Memphis, Tenn. She was slalloa Is Woodland Hills, a a sustained burst of power la I of wounded and missing.

fbosen over U contestants la Lea Angeles suburb, Mondayto 20 "caps" a second. J Ala Halt Many of the missing were
be booked ea ivipkloa el -.!.'. Training seen being led oft as captives
.f Miss ..
days judging
we .
murder Police said she told Engineers who developed I Flights at BaseWASHlNCTON' of the Viet Cong. Among them
|1101 will represent the cotton them she shot her instead, the cap motor unit say !It I;) were two American advisers.

Industry for the coming lighter, smaller more precise T Q I
yearfrith Robert Doherty It, eight w (AP) The In Saigon a number of officials -
trips to Canada and Europe. times becaiM he threatened and lifer than systems now'ZONES Navy said It has said they believed MM NATHAN ILOON ,.
to shoot her her used to furnish small bursts I VwnM* ale to. tonitM l.* to. suspended MrM MralM' .or Mr. ...W. M*.*.
She '.makes her lint er ,daagkter. training flights In RAJC coup attempt was afoot ... ., ".
of weld M to rlltk" TMintfm M to Vlgllan-, "' "'-'"'>> Sttto ,
,formal! Newcat's Kathy, (. He was fvuad power to manipulate space K |.. w MttHMMt sins I It M to Jets at the Sanford base' Outwardly things N NI tae "w. .A ,-
appearance vehicles. we.e .. Aar ew.eer. TMMs appeared __ 31. II WIII.r-,...
)' 0.111 he Cotton Bowl lying M the family davenport B, C Generally fair and ..L "- w pending results of an Investigation peaceful as negotiations continued w ,.,w.M.., -. AN.List. ee10N .
,.. lie wvKN
and died .. h p.NYLrIM
ea to a splul. -
The Into a crash last on the
tam. la Dallas.Honored. 1 most commonly used mild through Thursday. Lew ; Wednes dispute between V.S. : .IN M w. A.rMcA teC. Cw.Ur
systems supply! thrust In the tonight 41 to SO. High Thursday E day."Flights authorities and LL Gen. Nguyen"Khanh f..N M N..arIM- .. yINI.il.ew

form of small jets of gas produced 79 to 75. Variable mostly of operational nee es- the armed forces chief, .VlDtoli. .... IRA /wwN. -,....
Club Retired kw **
by Farm by a chemical action of northeast and east winds I a. shy are not affected by the local over military Intervention to I 1 *H MtllracNr hr Mr ,OmMHOi... M MM II t MJ

for Project Aid hydrogen pero Me or fed from to 12 miles per !hour Outlook t suspension of t training l l South Viet Nam's civilian government M wnitwo-TiMmM, Thwmn. OKtiKMr Ftmnl 7 Moot,. aM.""
Director Dies pressurized tanks of nitrogen Friday fair and mild.. nights," a spokesman said But there ... TIMffMt AMclWI ""* fjT
was .
wkle- .. MGM. .
or ether D __lIlY w wee ..rw oe Rear Adra.. Robert CoMth- .vises. .erN sow Ik
gas. IprIId fear .
H .. ..
,. ..
i Rotarlans honored] Paul Nor- To.rsp. L.. seroew M Ie k aN. waite N-
feet at their weekly meet I III, TALLAHASSEE (APJamesElton ) The esp motors were said to Tewwr.. Ie a, '. v..N.I..1_ senior operational eons onkisideWormatton.'thata .10".10'-,..Av11e0aNA. .... -..- ---ew'sN- ...
: Maxwell U retired have undergone rigid .NN ". mander at Jacksonville, ordered new and If. _.. ._ ...", .
Tuesday for his lending a band all| safety -III.PU err... "-- wl mm5 P "' swr the famsncatkM. possibly violent plot pee .ervM !to ,...... .... ..-
la the club's Srookey Bear pervlsor of the Farmers Home tests to qualify them for Inclusion t, t, .. H 1..PN.wwed ..1. was about to hatch. fR r.: ::
MM .w.w
J)rk project Administration fur Leon. Jefferson InaIde future manned few** TtMTMMk lM a.en.I sew "Z.tM .... -
N. TlMnM DMT N. MIX t :
Norfleet donated the of his and Wakulla counties, died space vehicles. easy
use I The tiny sow ZZ! S.TiSA'VS:: CAUJESVILLB WEATHER -.. .. ___ III" -
for the club's dove shoo Tuesday. were Nle
frm recently and as a result Hoc conceived by the Wright aeronautical -rrt-r ISO sow ..r....T.,.. Municipal AIrport' readings ittuartegNATHAN :::...::..eo-.. ::::.:-...:=
Maxwell was the husband fton to for 2t hou t1.prN .. -
eon s601 .e1..w
Division el the CurtiaWrlght rsLjr Wvss: a IlL ....,
inns added to the park project w % __ (
Christine Maxwell long estate iNniMM .... MTi High n at 4 low .. ... :, :.
to Ed Corp In Weed- w M. M p.m.; ...... -R M .... .
fend according Peck .. .
employe and past president ridge, N.J.Early. :2:.."..:S"T.rr"R c"""* '"** 1 I m. Rainfall Bone.K eW pM M M .e Alwe e.w 'Mayl N'"yq
club president. of the Florida! DemocraticWomell' ,Zr W MM .*.*. TIW TaM''.ATW.t |UI...eae
:Mrs. Catherine Murphree./ Club. la 1M1. the AI r. : in> iMMpX .MT M, M* Tlws a ... BAXTER IRA
: DA
Force began funding the ) IMP M. IMTUWMl w .Mt e.e.es Jane's W wwm VIDso.v SUit
HIS music teacher prolect
presented I' eee.M 000. r Ie Nathan E. Baxter
Burial services 79, O I
the club's regular program, a, for tomorrow at were Lake scheduled Mystic and its development was wowwAS ,..... MAC ,..-- y .C. NE 23rd Bhri a resident MCamesviOe Ira Davidson. 14. ta Nw Ith -... ....
performance by two singing" taken ever by the Air Force'sRocket 55s -- : Place died OK '--.__, er'CI iidee
: : 21
in = = : : : far the past 21 k, a
ppe. the "Me Iodettea," and Cemetery Bristol Propulsion Laboratory at : DIr-( .rpt by ... Ga"// Pue-
Mss a.m..er I 5 ..w.wew'See iI. died Tuesday ta Alachui !lam. N. c.. boapItIJ a
yean I SEZIId
: "a1nq C" ., tot
Travelers* at Edwards Air Force Base .. M .. *'"e fol1owinl a "
Jha Ted ewy wow Stor-'jrsr! ? CNT MP General Hospital lengthy m-.. 'Ieee,nCo.ther eto. FIorIdII.4
Dies in Crash Calif. e" Me'swNw a. MMfc .:.. gyry : : ..... __ .. .-.. clotlr.
WM tMK. MnMk Mr. Davidson 'aMOr 1h, t OMM
ItiURCH PAGE M .1.. k kwM :teM MMr. A.pN a residr' ,,. ,
t the
JACKSONVILLE: (APCer Arrest Sailor MN w s ,,_ _. ....". es.w e .. specter for state of Ftorttsand I CataeevUlehr of thevea, iteed.,
+* aid Freeman I ..,.. ,'ni'iiTiiV luiuie .rW ... a member of the X. T.' the pa* eight ClICULAtlON Um IT
Everton. 3. of Tallahassee T w "" MXM 7 ... ..
Jlfce Sw's Ckorck News was killed lnaM>.U. M .1Jl4JikM e a S .. IS ..... Mm..i TtanMt.Five .1 Schafer Masonic Lodge. IIIIDqIr tldIe CaraBMrdaI AllIn 01 pU,1Lt ,
Tuesday :
fraMSMsally" carried to the PHILADELPHIA (AP) AnyearoJd Survivors tacbde a daigktor. Painting c. here 1ft .
W. .u
rcttay edWeas. will appear when the automobile h. was[ U. 1 sailor from I Visa Gloria Baxter( In ... a ,.,.. tI W.W War 1 ..... es.as
Day Forecast I
driving collided with a truck ;"-.1 .1_. 1..11. .......... I II and R
tilt day ks advance tomtrrewfa just south of the ;;: rrCaI..: a sea. .1.1- ....All .... oublvbw west
enter .. carry articles MMatchNight city. was among nx t..ib1 the Temperatures an expected quarter ... No rainfall li expected mtr D. Baxter ef Arkadetehia, *vlven Ittcknde tLte .b s.wower

**- ierva cea New I Everton a recent Florida I ,Federal Bureau of lavestlgaUoaaod to average three to six degrees IDtiI the beginning\ cf AlL: tar bnthen, T. J. and P. Devkboa W ..o 0.::=: AucIt ....r II

,Year's Eve at fecal churches. tale University graduate? apparently I charged with stealing a revolvers I above normal with ae Importantday next week Normal dairy tm-j B. X Baxter. Both ef Jacksosv ; a us. Jolla II Gaines -

D wlU appear neat week U wu returning t* the from a mothball cruiser ta Rainfall peratures wffl range ta Taflanfhasse vise .. >L Baxter at BtrMtegham. Gaiaesve IIId I"- II : ---.- -. .. .-.--- ,
assail ta the Friday .. *'. home of aa aunt alter Ukmg a I at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, day change. from O to U. Timpa 72t. Ala aod J. P. Baxter atBroker. Da.... I 1IncAer. .-;;;;;;;; csPEOPLE -.- ..." -. -

:.. :Navy flight physic I Ir the FBI said Tuesday wffl be light with toss than one u and to Mum 71 w a. j I I MlcL4areace II >kttoit, ..........-.-_VHIHVt v W.. ....*-? I
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Wednesday, December 30, 1964_.._Gainesville' _Sera % 1

'Flood Deals $1 Billion Blow to" West v "i+,t'...'."*. .;

SAN :JTUXC1SCO 1AP) ... partment of Interior water sn<,. The Yakima River in contra I medicine livestock feed, were flown to ArcaU north ol t: mains at Pepperwood and My I II
The Far Wests "flood of a thousand daunts as probably the greates It Washington posed a potentl I clothes, gasoline, mail and other Eureka for starving cattle An I ers Flat I II
years" entered the recd. ever experienced in the West!, threat because of two huge k e supplies. estimated 2,100 cattle drownedin I, The towns of Klamath and
err stage today as 15,000 bomeless caused 19 known deaths in Calr jams, one a mile long and t e The 50-odd helicopters Klamath Glen, further north or
families and hundreds oi r fomla and IS In Oregon. other three miles in length. evacuated 600 persons in H urn northern California.. the California coast, face s
stricken farms and businesse I It carved federally designate)d Many passes In the Cascathem de boldt County and Oregon City No decision has been reached similar plight The 40fr ome I
dug out from nature's $1-billion I disaster areas out of nor Mountains remained. closed b y Ore, have begun to supply full:: on a relocation program for Eel Inhabitants are camped six!

blow. California, Oregon and WashIngton snow slides time airlifts except for ones, River communities washed miles away on high ground but I
"As far as the real emergency where federal, local am d Washington I estimated it I peeled 'emergency medicalevacuations. down stream and into the Pacific trek during the daylight hours,:
that over,right now," salt I charitable organizations ar,e damage as $7 million. Ocean.. Nothing but_debris re to their ruined.villages. I
Jim Morrison Civil Defense! running emergency recover]r, In Idaho and Nevada, mow or. Disaster workers say towns ="" i
spokesman at Eureka, Calif.. in, centers on a 'for-the-duration cold weather prevailed, repla. remain isolated because of demolished '
hard-hit Humboldt County basis. tog flood conditions unusual fo, highways."So :.::::
The report was Identical In California's damage was estimated !-
those areas. Rivers neared normal roads '* "
many are out,
the five flood-distressed statesof ;
at upwards of |500 mil- said
levels. Tom
Stowe a Cross
California Oregon, Washington lion. a .1,_
Idaho estimated damage as !$oj spokesman "that the emergency '
Idaho and Nevada. In Oregon '
many evacuees!
million Nevada officials ventured stage will last longer than .
Helicopters and Jeeps broughtthe returned to devastation left b
s no dollar estimate of dam normal Probably we'll have to '. ::... \
first outside food
supplies in the Willamette River.
Oregon'ldamage I locate .. -
a week Tuesday to the last totaled $315 million ir I age. temporary" housing in PRICE I, .
known Isolated pocket 500 what Gov Mark Hatfield terms I In Oregon and California refugee many cases. II ..
persons stranded In lumbering his state's worst disaster. areas, as one county official The Red Cross announced that -
villages west of Yreka Calif, At Reedsport,an estimated !,. put it, the people were asking the estimated 18,000 homeless -
near the Oregon border.. 500 persons were still receiving: Who's going to help us, We're families In Oregon and Northern
"Everything's beginning 'to clothing and food from volun-. destitute and we've lost our California would be eligible for 7111LE STARTS "
look a lot rosier," reported Bill Leer centers and the Red Cross homes. Red Cross financial aid In re
Sowle Yreka Civil Defense Several dozen homeless were I The Red Cross and the Office building their homes. ,
chief. bedded down at the Independence -of Emergency Planning announced "We're having the same difficulty SUEDES HEELS

"They're getting back down Ore.,city halt they have begun flyovers that everyone else Is hav-! WEDGIES and FLATS HERE :
Into the towns now and startingto In Washington, latest state to, of the disaster areas to big getting! Into the area" and :
dig out," said Morrison. "Do be added to the disaster list by determine long-range recovery determining the damage said i from 5.99
more people want to be evacuated President Johnson most high- needs. Richard Cordon, Western area EXAMPLE ,
They want to be sustained water problems have ended No All branches of the military disaster director for the Red, = Fu.w ,
where they are." persons are known to. be stranded. worked beside civilian workersfor Cross. I Half Price off 1x94 .+6. 6a /
The flood, described by De- an extended airlift of food, Charles Wood, :northern Call.I 1
fornia disaster dlrector for You Pay $299
Office of Emergency Planning, HEAVEN ; ,
estimated that 100,000 workers LADIESEVENING ,
Rail Workers Sent Back were assisting In relief work in I
California and Oregon and SHOES r "..
I about 23000 workers In I

To Work by Court, Order Ington mated Workers and damage Idaho.observing at The$1 Western waSh-1' $4 79 HILL

state weather forecasts ranging '
,WASHINGTON (AP) -A fed.. 'The union clamped a sudden freight and passenger services i Cram showers to snow, prayed i TO ++.LSlisetlLEi
eral Judge has ordered firemento I strike on Southern s 8100 miles have been effectively halted." that pre-Christmas torrential' Medium $'99 .

end their strike against the! in 13 states and the District of He said other railroad unions: rains bad ended for good. I end High ;
Southern RaIlroad. A union official rColumbia early Tuesday when 'These' airlift flights," said a Heels $3.19fifth
said early today members I the railroad began to operate were respecting picket lines volunteer, "Are all dependentupon I"a w
thrown up at key points along ALL SI=ESMEN'S
have been ordered to lift their some yard and freight engines weather conditions. We'Vebeen
the railroad.
picket lines and return to work., without firemen. plagued by wind rain, :
'I have notified all of our 1 local But a Southern spokesmansaid now, hail and even ice floes Inthe
The line with 1',000 employes
'chairmen to remove the only some passenger trains riven of Washington. These
picket lines and terminate the Including 1,200 firemen, serves were canceled. conditions make it very hazar-
strike of our members as required such key cities as Washington; dous." PLAIN TOE ANCIENT :
by the court order"said Atlanta, Ga; Birmingham,I "Freight service and freight The U.S. Forest Service is ..
J. W. Jennings vice presidentof Ala; New Orleans, La.1| Mem- yard operations were largely riming specialists to appraise DRESSSHOES
the AFIrCIO Brotherhood of phis, Tenn.; Louisville K/: unaffected with supervisory needs of the lumber and plywood -
Locomotive Firemen and En- Greenville and Columbia S.C., officers of the railroad taking Industries In the Western
and Charlotte, NQ. over the duties of men who did states. rra
not report for work because of
Humboldt County In northern I
said the union had Jennings said "while supervisors -
the firemen's unions picket California, which the Red Cross BLACK ONLY$460.M
are reported to be moving
been served with the
restrainingorder "
lines, the spokesman said. and OEP both term the hardestt
issued Tuesday night In some freight cars In a few I
area in the west, bases 60
In / the union to
directing return
Columbus, Ga, by U.S. DistJudge yards, we are satisfied from all
to work Judge Elliot set a per cent of its economy on nd s4
J. Robert ElliotWHY reports that the Southern's $
hearing Jan. 7. He laid If the wood lumber. 4.19
strike continued it would seriously Officials could give no estImate .
the railroad ability on hew soon they could Fifth '
CAN'T MAN Impair gas
repair washed $560
major highways SIZES
to carry out its duties under
J the Interstate Commerce Act out by the floods U.S. 101. the ''/! t. II

FLY LIKE, A BIRD? Elliot also said the strike and main Oregon link ,between was washed California out Inmany FIVE FLAGS

would' damage; the public interest places. UA 199 Unking' MOTHERS. ,
SEAFORD, DeL (AP) it. Is that so 'little' effort has by halttfr'railroad trans Oregon to the interior, was described Introducing a revolutlonory! new breed. of shoes,
Flying by flapping your own been made In modern times to portation. He said this/ was a as "nothing but cliffs"I practically
wings Is for the birds but It follow up Da Vinci's idea. situation from which there Is In some places by observers. BOY-PROOF! GIN

may not be much longer. I "Steve contacted the Langley "no adequate remedy at law' Sixty tons of grain and hay I

A practical.minded scientist Field people the biggest flight A Water repellent
named:John S, Seney. GO, 01 development center In the Children splash In therein $f1s9 .:
without '
Seaford, and a college Junior, world, and consulted their II. May the Lord Bless You ends feet wellR.st.t.nt! ftttlnf FIFTH .
Stephen Moore II, of Fairfax:, brar lan, and we Just couldn't
Va., have set out to determine find anything on the actual dynamics + Make the Coming Year Th. to scuffing -.
and abrasion I Won'tmar '
whether or not the age-ol of bird All
I Happiest and most FruitfulA Hearst Require' BENTLEYSCOTCH
dream of man flying like a bird SIZES
I That's where Leonardo the lets care, look
be made a reality.
can buzzard flies in. HAPPY NEW YEAR longer Just
Seney and Moore are hoping damp cloth
that electronic instruments, anda Sooty who heads the electro TO ALL 20
bird a buzzard named Leonardo mechanical research laboratory Lightweight" .P-lth$3
will teach them how of the DuPont Company here,I flexible' Don't
plan to start Leonardo flying breaking, PAIR
Leonardo gets his name from while electronic Instruments' HAYTHORNEINSURANCE stretch or .. $349
the many-aided genius Leonardo and high-speed cameras record i of shape. FIFTH
da Vinci, who tried but bow he does It and how hard be I
failed, to solve the challenge of works at it AGENCY SELF SERVICE
flight back in the early 18th cen-
Then the experts, medical and .', and STAFF

tury.The odd thing, as Seney eel mechanical, will be asked to. 107 N. Mein St. Gainesville" SHOE STORE
analyze the anatomy of a healthy Florida I CALVERfEXTRA :

young man Moore and 372143 use CINTRAt CHMGI AND LAY-AWAY

Stolen Cars help figure out what he could do. 0,.. M... tk,. I..* f ..m. tU t ,...
to convert his strength into effective Cloud 3lsMrt & Zed, -
915 N. MAIN ST. ooo rc+iswosiwo
Get Newer wing flapping, cerrtsa I 4

::- ;r i "'' I
CLOVIS, N.M. (AI') A man : :
dressed in Western bat and j jd

boots drove a late model auto to ,
a Clovis used-car lot and took a
newer one out for a road test + i

Tuesday, 1 I 9.88w

'When he didn't come back, '
a n f r1
police discovered that the car .
he had left had been stolen from I 't'
ilotlnAmarilio.Tex. -

,Amarillo officers found that 'FOUR'

the car left there tad been stolen I IWe've
from a lot at Lubbock, Tex I

that Police a ear at a Lubbock man left determined there hadbeen i ROSES ,!

taken off a tot at Hobbs,
KM. 1 *

1 .,
Hobbs police were trying to

had find come out where from.the ear left there [ 3.88

What'sFavorite LBJ'. I


Johnson .la known
to like President a sootck and soda on te- VODKA :
casuM although his doctor: says moved-money and alU! GIN No

Johnson prefers bit of bourboti 97rRICES. .'
and wafer before dinocr. BLENDS .
Bear Ado. George G. Bark Do JOG need MM txtn money right about DOW? .money, people and aD-to be able to glee you 1
ky white Boose ptr/slcUn. Then )'011'11 m. cur new loatioe-ft's Bwce coneven better terrk than before.Tomontry ''", Pve-ini.\ PA J :
located for .Jm .t all of our inendo. Wbtnem
named bourbon to aocwertog a you need eon* nln may, remem,4Ia GOOD
questionnaire from nmzzxD fact,, that's Uw only reason wove moved bet we'..wnUng money at our brand new placer "" THRU JAN. 2ii Monday )Maybe. Wbrmation Lo.m ,. $600 '

was bawd en ynlettde obtemlioM ""
; Inn
arourd+ 0M LBJ JLa da. j. "" .
Visitors HOT ban ken efftnd IA. > v *
ae.r..h. .
M.S -' M't# !
Piwdrsts, cake aad.g wtmuirimt sag and' Is 229. West, Unrvtnfty A,.., G.i......, NWM 176-5234, J"mny W2...,..,,'Mo*.,.r' 1901 SW

that egg made iwfljr Formerly Union Fist.*** c.. I tlth STRUT' "

wale bcorboSi around, Base 309 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE 'V'M h PHONE 2I63R :

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4, Ceinesville Sun Wednesdey, December JO, 1964tizutIiiJOHN


... <& u THE OF JTJH I z. I Surviving- ConservatismAs

K Dal sOwH COWLSI VIM PC.* ( part of the Son's policy became more emphatic and,
Florida's Beautiful ri is d..I' SO JOHNSON, Vie r"''"' SOUTH ef presenting both sides of like any speaker bore down
: ;
''i w. .. tall ULDINrt
y fgfISIKIOkS a. aIw r.Il Important harder the and Md -
1.r 'tt controversial Issues on phrases
; to t r yiuMm ,...,I41 1... AIr <
'University City OlrKlWSOS' TAHTAOUONS, the following article, politics that aroused passion
entitled "A New Conservative acclaim In his audi
I VIM Ir. Idwt 'd CJr .i"SU M.np.r By RALPH McGill
Manifesto" Is reprinted.It ences. The Radical Conservative
PAH' "r Inn WMrlee. evsnS,
:. TilE SUN'S POLICY 01 till Ands, let) tuoMtiH... appears In the December movement made him
Z* Issue ef Look Msgazine. Its champion and needed only '
i 1. Report the news fully dnd Jmportlolly In the news column This Is the first of four parts.) passive help from the GOP tt J

: .. 2. bpr"l the opinions of eye Sun In...-but only kv-editonols./ TheMind Old Guard to nominate him

c 3. Publish oil sides of Important controvtnlal/ iuue By GEORGE HARRIS for President of the United

I ... The Sun's All 37 .l Ilr LOOK Senior Editor States.
r. telephones: departments
Of Nice ladles and gentlemen The movement gained ''

A' In 44 states have been strength from Senator Gold

congratulating each other wster's campaign. By seizingthe
r A Loss to YouthIt Miss. since election night We've Republican label for their +

disposed of Goldwater 1 s m, candidate this minority of the

was with regret to hear of the versity of Florida and Florida,State A task force of Oberlin they say will self satisfaction minority party claimed the
taught the Conservatives endorsement of 28 million
death of Stanton D. Sanson last week. University despite the fact that College students and faculty a lesson they were voters. The landslide that covered

The Miami businessman and stand- these fine schools are located'Away members moved Into Rip. too crude to learn any other him only hid for a

ard-bearer for higher education will from the population centers of our ley Mississippi, as soon as way. Now back to the politics moment the protest that made

be missed, by both supporters and State. Christmas holidays began. of normalcy and moderate I
They hoped, when It was accents In the COP. him.Radical Conservative organ- .
opponents. Ug 4/4j j
time to return to classes N
They and becamethe
were wrong. Coldwaterumj izations /
"Mr. Season believed that in y
our that, the Antioch Baptist
will not It dominant voice In most
Although the Sun disagreed rigorously t contemporary urban society the university last October, would be rebuilt brought into the open and months before they picked I I'J i

with Mr Sanson on occasion, should be brought to the cityas voiced however Inadequately, convention delegates dedicated 'II .

his exceptional vision in dealing with is the case California Illinois however negatively, the concern to their man. The new J +
The Oberlin t tt
the problems of Florida' expanding and many of the other urban states themselves students called the fear of many be- breed of political activist, a r ? ofw
"Carpenters wildered Americans. Gold.water' fanatic volunteer, enveloped i ,
] demands on higher education cannot where this is the present trend In for Christmas." The church
Radical Conservative the weaker party with speak-
) be overlooked. higher education."As they are rebuilding II
on a supporters turned to him be-, ers and pamphlets. Whatever
Q dirt road In the Negro sec cause they wanted a prophetto happens in the GOP National

i It is perhaps best summed up in a graduate of the Universityof tion. The students went to lead them out of a modem Committee, the right wing

j the following letter by Dr. Joseph Florida myself, my first reactionto work and ,mud digging from out the the ashes wilderness The prophet failed will set the tone for much of .... -
cement but the -t1i ;jl flJll iI''V/- '
Radical Conservative the ::
party apparatus.Complacent
>\ Weil, Dean Emeritus of the Uni- Mr. Sanson's idea was that this foundation of the burned Is still there. outside the

of Florida College of Engi constituted "treason" to the educational church.
| versity have far substantial than
He is a troubled citizen. In movement for years load a man with responsibility. more
neering. It is a fine tribute to a many establishment of this state During the afternoon cars his heart, he still knows that tried to Ignore it, or explainit But Buckley clothes his Brook Farm.

who never feared a fight Dean wen but Stanton Sanson'had documentedhis filled with stem-faced residents something's 11' rOil'. Bad away But their standard sell-centered protest In an He busted t Immediateways

writes} case well and many of those that drove by staring hardat wrong.. He will cite you a explanations are selfcollapsing. economic doctrine anti-com to reduce our dependence

he talked to like myself were con the working students thousand specifics; from the To say that the Conservative munism and the gaudy wit now and In the future .
"the outsiders" that Debt to fluoridation and is sick, as liberals of expert college debater. the
". I recalled a meeting with Mr. verted to the cause. are a the many an upon Federal pills
part of the regional fourth estate's liberalism. But charge, Is to say that a Senator Goldwater. In 1961., for all llli. With more Ima.glnation .

Sanson approximately two years mystique. ('If only th e outsiders his underlying anguish, legitimate sickness, even to despair ls endorsed It all without resetvation. than any before,

,I 1 ago when he was engaged in the "Mr. Sanson was a man who hada would quit stirring and deep, can be found epidemic in the land. To say he found tactics for nudging

opening skirmishes of his personalwar full life and I honestly believe that things up.") The studentswere at the sore core of modem that he has been converted by But this year he tried, as private Institutions Into deliberate

against apathy In our university the greatest loss In his death is to stirring up more than life.There propagandists, as the Post Office the candidate for the high attack upon public l i

system and his attempt to bring; the youth, of Florida because his mud and ashes.Rtpleys the Individual m a nor suspects, Is only to say est office, to do better. H e problems. It may seem odd,
that he bugs what they sell. needed to reach beyond the
woman cannot long escape though it ihouldn't, t hit he
quality higher education to Florida. dream of new state supported universities ( altitude' MS feet; an aching doubt -what To say that he Is Irrational zealots up front to the silent cribbed some of his method

located throughout the largest population 15,200, was Incorporated does he matter to his neigh- as moderates believe, is onlyto citizens back in the crowds. from Chicago's Saul Allnsky,

"Mr. Sanson showed me a aeries population centers of our state, and as the seat ef bors, his state, his country? say that urgent human Failing, he retreated to the t b e toughest civll-rlghti,

3 of editorials that had been published particularly Dade County, was not Tlppah County In 1S37. Rip- Is a man only a Social Security needs He deep In the spirit.To rhetoric of communism. leader yet to appear

in the Gainesville Sun containing an completely realized. ley' most prominent cubes number? An Instinct say that legions of Know. wlthlo-t b.. gates hinting What happened? Only i
was Colonel William Falk- warns millions that they are Nothings have risen from the treason as the reason for an
because he honest. enough, so far to
him promise
I Attack upon ; ner. He came to the then losing the capacity for personal grave to revive conspiracy untidy world. On his last day
ly believed that the axis of higher't "Florida Atlantic University basically small village as a boy of 1(, acts that mean anything to politics as scholars declare of running, as he heard the much nuelle more.commercial Because of Cor-

education for Florida should not necessarily was a compromise but Mr.' San. having walked the several anybody. The Instinct Is decent Is to focus upon democracy's rumble of the voter avalanche 49, bankersIn
states lend )
t run between Gainesville and ion's approach and his ideas regardIng hundred miles from his ; Its frustration is dead- turmoil in tunes of far less starting down, he told lions to needy now mil.

Tallahassee. He advocated believedin a positive plan for higher education home In Mlddletoa Tennessee ly. radical change. the voters of Fredonla, dents.
to his Uncle Jobs Ariz how he had wanted to
see ,
and fought for extending the system on a state-supported basis People rising into affluence Since the crisis settled thought, the National AssocIation
The small talk about America that
lI. bey an
can feel, more keenly t h a nhunil'1 Into the Republican party It of Manufacturers
of higher education both on the here In Miami will be greatly missed arrived to find his uncle la only they, still near the stand- not
men, the threat of has been convulsed famous
a for
undergraduate and graduate level to la, the future. Jail charged with murder. mortal insignificance. This as If by demon Each daily tall legend of the Old West, the charity work labored

(the urban regions of our state. He Civil stayed War on. When ho assisted. the creeping fear Is the raw material paper reports another could understand.The among all year unemployed on its own

came of most contemporary tremor In Us trunk and pain creeps upon us
Is "poverty to
"There no one who has the ability Nathan Bedford Forrest and program" employ
'The reaction to his proposals of literature and theology. Alter limbs. Leaders maneuver now, however not back In the unemployable. Because
fie t universities In the Tampa Bay area or willingness to sacrifice that his "CrItter Company. He we fill our animal needs for cagily for ways to mix the Tombstone days. And so, perhaps of his specific results
became railroad builder
-the Orlando- Canaveral area and can replace him at this crucial time and a maa a ef wealth U food and shelter millions of conflicting humors 0 f the does a way to start to and compelling analysis olVS.
us bump up hard against the Radical Conservatives and work upon It. Out of the
-: 'South Florida was considered a but I would hope that the community Intersect Ike Memphis- larger need for a meaningfulrole the element to which theyare Conservative ferment one Republicans. Institutions, a few key
on both sides of
: 'threat to the dominance of the Uni might try. Charleston line at Middle- among fellow men. With- by nature allergic little-known man has begun the ideological divide
ton. Colonel Falkner, soldier, out It, we are fat beasts caged the accommodating "me to draw a nourishing stream hope to turn the
\ novelist railroader, was In ranch houses. too" wing of conservatism's of ideas. As old as the country party
IE\ in grandfather to the NebelPrlxe into something north
Religion Spain winning novelist William One of the very human responses grand old party. The power and as new as Ioday'lrediscovery an Instrument of nay-
to the soft Indignities struggle within the organi his thought
saying, be it moderate or
who changed
:: Spain does not burn heretics at the Thus Archbishop Luis) Alonso Faulkner of U. S. life can be found In sation will never be resolved reaches the core of protest Immoderate
the spelling/ of the family
.. stake any more, but it does make it Munoyerro, Catholic: vicar general ofFranco' name, and those to live hi the hard doctrines of Radical and may kill the GOP but earns the respect of any "The success of the Re.

:.: rough for its few thousands of Protestants armed forces, sees the pro Oxford .In Central Mississippi. Conservatism.an It has,becomethe by organizing unless themselves the men moderates who call hear liberal The man who Is comprehends RICHARD C.it. publican political position

,. : to practice their religion. posed changes not as a mild increase most significant agony political the message of the movement CORNUELLE. 37, of San Mateo depends" only Incidentally on

: :;. The proposal for substantial liberalization in personal liberties of a tiny movement of the late twentieth and find a principle on Calif. He is neither a politics, Cornuelle believes,

.: ::' of Spanish law worked out group of untypical Spaniards, but sean The working Oberllncri century. which to respond to It bigwig In politics nor a cap. rejecting the election year
also visited Sheriff cynicism
: the were by Its converts, to whom Con- This Is hard to do, for lain of Industry. An earnest of party hacks.
: last spring between the Vatican, attempt by "enemies of Spain to Wayne Mauney and B. M. '''1'11e COP action
servative Is word in flaming the protest has been without I though humorous Idealist he programshould
a ,

: Roman Catholic hierarchy her of her Catholic herit-
:: Spanish deprive Duncan, Investigator for the provide detailed
capitals talk of rugged a program. The move comes out of that set-apart
:. and the Spanish government is a age." He sees Spanish history as alone Mississippi Highway Patrol. individualism, for they feel ment's facile editor. William world of Conservative foundations blueprints for private action,

,; {casualty of the delay by the Vatican crusade- against the Moors The sheriff said he looked the modern threat to the per.son. F. Buckley, Jr., who and causes. Once a and state and local action,

:Ecumenical!: Council in taking final against the Protestants, against oa the project as" "a lot of Their extreme urgency claimed credit for "purify- a young right-wing phamphle- on public problems. Then we
potential trouble. H. said which drives them lag" Senator Coldwater's teer, he steeped himself must produce results, not
to their in
action on the council's own proclaoration Deists and irreligious skeptics, he and a deputy would keepa a Just
gripe at the Govel'Jloment
radicalism shocks traditional thought and later for engineering formidable literature
any -
of the of religious the Communists.
principle against
: close watch on it. After for trying to. We need
conservative (the old his candidacy, once European thought that
,Jiberty. a spell of moody watching, has to compete not Just at the
common noun variety) who wrote a booklength essay rigidified file -resent
Most historians think this Is the the sheriff departed. comes close enough to "Up From Liberalism") to U.S. movement: But his Pres- Federal level but at every

i' Since the Council Fathers delay. tragedy of ,Spanish history: hound tradition feel it. The Radical Conservative prove that his Conservatism byterian conscience and his level where the public business
e3 action on proclaiming the principle ing to death, exile or silence all the In( Rlpley when was a the young dwarfed by big govern needs only a "NoProgram"like young mind drove him beyond upon.Is Conservatives debated and acted have
labor and this: "I will not willingly dogma and
the feels ment big big business a few men
Spanish government Falkner arrived. lie
boy been
dissenting voices within the realm demanding political
often kicks the whole cede more power to of wealth and wisdom trusted pow
in no hurry about the practice. In fought "many duels, according
and pouring Spain's best blood intoa the stale guide.The machinery Wall Street and anyone not to the state, not him with money to test er before they first accepted
this 'ungenerous move, the Franco to all, If only to make It honor to General Motors not to his ideas He stumbled responsibility
series of it could not old Illndmaa home, 1J
dictatorship has open support from for him with a flinch. the CIO." Of course, the sometimes and stuttered, but These notions may sound

some (but not all) members of the possibly win. If so, the tragedy is miles eel show ef Rlpley, was Colonel His dread spreads. He beatnik also asserts his personal his thought and work took grandiose to you, or like I
a place.
Spanish Catholic hierarchy. not, quite over yet Hlndaiaa years was killed .la a comes to believe that his country liberty against all the"ratrace" him on a pilgrimage of principle another revival of hopes that
Is Institutions thatMl into have failed before. I'd-feel
Falkner dneU It la a family roaring down the roadto social experiment
legend that whet Colonel ruin too drunk to heed the .... that way had I had not, as a

Falkaer ..feaoloael R. warning signals. Patriotism of reporter followed the years
the heart calls him to do Welcome Gift of work that brought Cor-
J. TkamwDd for the stale
Voice of the People.On legislate. .hs UN. he heard something. Whoa to blame? nuelle's body cf thought to
[ J she latter was gunning for Only one answer sounds ominous WASHINGTON MOT vice Vim. wster'i scalp" (Keating refused ItS present -fi !'-/nl._! ._h n<<
Members shape.
enough to match the
him. "I have killed loo many to support him In the
of of Sets Jacob K. Javitt'sstaff His
premonition evil felt with book "Reclaiming the
net and de Ml wish It kill
-- The Sun's Opinion Page ..y... rise," Colonel Filk- in: the Communist conspiracy gave a combination campaign nair" ), "Ken Kelll na' ,Americas Dream,"II the
Christmas and farewell (a
which mlgmficent white first
see replied! aid refused to not only menaces party Installment of a new

0.-, ed ..........ta .. 5w ,..dare ire .ilc.M .11 ... V ta. .4 sal Justl ... Ultaiimit ana himself. Colonel n..... the nation, but more to the last week for New York's mane), "Hubert Humphrey's conservative manifesto. Because
be tle.*4 ..* ... *. ."...'. M4>m. MMlll h. tMMU M ...***.*. A MM ...... point Is the archetype of the other senator Kenneth B. Job" and "Lyndon it breaks the ideological
.ii (..... SOO ...* .** Tk. mead shot the unarmed maa collectivism that smothers Keating. The festivities were house. Johnson's
Sun _nee Obi rt,M to r-iM see .Irttt* H *.*. If. -rMwt ........ It* .....'. ...... w dead M the mala street efWpley. a enlivened by new lyrics lustIly logjam you may find it
....... .) man. Bobby Kennedy.. the Important enough whatever
Senator Goldwater. obviously \ sung to aa old carol present sardonically your politics to know about

:Patrolmen Seek trust that they win remem- thank Judge 1L H McDonald The picture of the moody not soft on anything, touched "'I1Ie. Twelve Days of Christ the Urn day ef Cbrtstm given a a.on even before it goes to t h e
ber It and Judge Ira J. Carter "
was nothing personal, and sensitized this populist mas. Senator elect Printer."I .
but only In the Interest of along with the County Sollo sheriff, watching the young discontent He was in turn Among the gifts that have Kennedy will
'Only to Protect college students rebuild a "My Keating' Job as of Jan. am tired of angry books
traffic safety. tor A. I Ankles as they extended shaped by It In his True Love Cave "
church and finding It a spectacle years of to Me. the I when the new Co s I re II about America Cornuelle
their advice
EDITOR. Sun: After seri0us. Each and every person laths and! guidance. expert : undesirable and a Jet -speed campaigning be Javlts staff sang, were Cold- comes in. writes, his belly full of at-

: .consideration and regret county should remem- potential of much trouble (aa cumulated Conservative des
ber that a good traffic officer It Is also my opinion that
i-have submitted my reslg'niltoa the burned church was not) pair.You win find this a
whether Alachua County has f
one e
: from the Florida I state county, POTOMAC FEVER hopeful book. It does act
or city U not out there the best districts In the Stateof Is a part of the Incredible
Highway Patrol and will be mind and jay the Is going to
: Mississippi Image.
Just to arrest people; be ls Florida a State Troop.er hell
.leaving Alachua County in there to M work In. Under the James W*. Silver for almost It says that, perhapsfor
;J anuar). and protect your friends.you yourfamily He superior supervision of IX M yean bead of the history By JACK WILSON, Cowle- Washington Bureau the lint time In her his-

My reason for doing this wants to get drivers to real- 3. 0. "Dick" Roberts and department at the University Yes, Virginia there (fa a Great Society. It exists as surely as Lady Bird and ever tory America can go"wbere-

'Is so that I might enter St. bs that the traffic laws are Sgt Q. A. FUlinglm and the of Mississippi has described Linda Bird and Luci Baines exist, and you know that they abound The she wants to go.
:Paul Bible College In St. for his safety and !the safetyof support e r s la other Troop. that state as "a closed society. tone tells more than

Paul, Minnesota and upon others. Your 1U1'P"A0 f ers there Is a family of ." Alas! How dreary would be the .. if there were no Great Society! CwutBe bon Those wb
It \
:graduation from this butitutioa each law enforcement officer Troopers with the supreme The true faith" Professor would be M dreary as If there were .. George Reedy There would be SMI Projects Participate In Us effective like

enter the Ministry. and a demand for strict purpose ef protecting aid Silver said "requires that chiW-like faith, then, M aoelry. lilt come to talk
!!, During the past year and enforcement of the laws helping ,.... purposerui yeasty reformen -
the voice of reason be stifled
'1 half that I have been sUtloned will result la a safer Ala- I only wish that It were .the Mississippi society The eternal light with whkh Lyn fills the White House would be They of the early New Deal
; with the Patrol in ex. shock elf the helpless
County.I possible me to personally and mind have tees closed tinru hfld.
;-AUchua County I have met would like to partlcvbuN thank each and every one, pa.imi.0n, the random aa-
to an save the orthodox fora '
many fine people and lave ly thank Sheriff Joe Crevasse but since this is impossible hundred year" Not believe U the Great Society! Yea .lgH aa well swt believe In poll! gee and the cowplntioMl
I 2nda many new friends I and all his deputies for the ITn hoping/ that everyonewill ebsessisa that nark the

,(ave earnestly enjoyed working kelp that they have gives read this. May everyone The sheriff dared moodily Nobody sees the Great Society but there is BO sign there is none. The flat C eerwstfve. Like Cor-
most < .
: among them. There have nw and also all the city have a Happy and Safe a potential of trouble be real things ia the world are those that either children nor Republicans ... they find a werkirf
"been tunes. I am sure that.omt PC! .ice departments of this tin Year, ,aid; as young men aid can derapuo from taignJV

.. people have not been county as they have extended IL G. ftESTBERAY wonra worded to recreate a Nobody ran ctM. ..... .- -_ ..4 .....,.. ftftC't. They ,matter and
pleased to meet me, but I their I&IbWIa.i | want It State Trooper church at Christmas. able la the world. Aak SesuUr Byrd Virginia. they know at


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Wednesday, December JO, 1954 CalnesylHe Sun .. S

Civil Rights /Who'll Win Ford Halleck Baltic ? j

WASHINGTON (AP) An, "'hen, the 140 House Republicansmeet his lieutenants who preferrednot This group of about 29 younger
Report Due L1-' estimated 30 to 40 members who to elect their leader to be identified said there Republicans wants more recognition -
; have declined to commit themselves Neither Halleck, the floor were about 30 or 40 memberswho in party councils and
WASHINGTON (AP) Vice seemed likely today to leader since 1959, nor Ford thus far are uncommitted mny use its position for battening .
Presidentelect Hubert H. Hum- hold the balance of power In the chairman of the Republican Even without them, he said purposes. One of Its leaders
phrey says he plans no recom- 1 : right between Reps. Charles A. conference would make any "Ford will make a respectable admittedly conferred Tuesdaywith
mendations for additional legislation Halleck of Indiana and Gerald public predictions about the out showing and I think he will both Ford and Halleck but
when he reports to President R. Ford of Michigan for the come. Each previously has laid win. insisted that no deals had been
Johnson on proposals to House COP leadership, he expects to win. A Hallcck aide agreed with made or suggested. ,
coordinate the administration'scivil 1 Lan,T r1 ID ac,' They may take sides between Assuming alt 140 Republicansattend the figures but predicted Hal. The Wednesday Morning Club
rights efforts. now and next Monday morning Monday's session the lock would come out on top by a members plan a final huddle
Humphrey said he plans to winner would need at least 71 slim margin. perhaps as late as Sunday.
give his report to Johnson this votes Voting Is by secret ballot Included in the group of uncommitted Whoever Is elected floor 'leader -
weekend and that it will contain Claim NeroEvidence and a last-minute switch in members are some I will have much to say about
only suggestions on how to promised support could not be of the "Wednesday Morning three other leadership positions ;
.make administration detected Club" composed of moderate- party whip, conference chair
effective In actions it In Following a strategy/ session I liberals expected to support man and policy committee
more the civil M rot II
rights J Tuesday! in Ford's office, one of Ford. chairman. .. ., -

The vice president-elect, who Rights Case
resigned Tuesday as a senate
from Minnesota, said in an Interview 1 ,
JACKSON Miss. (AP) A ,..-.
that he has held a num- federal' grand jury reconvenes {
ber of conferences on what Jan 11 to consider Mississippi'scase ,
Johnson calls the antIpoverty of the three slain civil

program. right! workers including
He indicated he is moving (AP WI..pIIeIe" tile Sue) "new' evidence." \ rrJ

cautiously In this field until The Fat Is in the Fire A government source confirmed I
Johnson outlines what he wantsIn reports of new evidence
messages to Congress. The I" the Justice ef-
Streams of water from hoses on a fire boat are poured on fire raging In one Department's
President has asked him '
to forts to 21 to trial in
of the nation's largest fat rendering plants In Queens section of New York bring
serve as a coordinator of both the
Tueaday. Two of the employees were rescued from the roof of the burning case. !
programs.As The civil rights workers wen ; S!f e
building/ by a helicopter as 85 persons escaped without Injury. \ 3sttoI
a prospective full-time op- killed near Philadelphia, Mhi, &
erator for Johnson In several last summer after venturing

fields, Humphrey's biggest Off-Duty Cop With Copter Into Neshoba County to Investigate -
problem at the moment is to the burning of a Negro
find space In the Capitol building church. ri\ \
from which to carry on his Judge Harold Cox of Jackson!
forthcoming duties as presiding Plucks Pair From FireNEW Issued the call Tuesday for the \

officer of the Senate. grand Jury to reconvene. His 1\ -
Johnson has assigned him a order made no mention of the :

four.room suite In the Executive YORK (AP) A Na- Island to Amltyvffie, N. Y. The two men, Howard Holland -murders jualiCrafti -
Office Building next door to the tional Guard helicopter hovered He landed his two seat helicopter 32, and Paul Jenkins, 29, i The Justice Departmentasked ,
White House. Humphrey has a over a burning soap making I in a yard outside the. welders at the plant, took turns for the grand jury after \ 7.99
small suite In the Senate Office plant in Queens and pluckedtwo plant and was told of two men, In boarding the helicopter. It U.S. Commissioner Esther ;
Building but as yet he has been trapped workers from the trapped on the roof, parts of brought them to the ground one Carter dismissed charges
unable to wrangle any conference roof moments before It collapsed which already had fallenthrough i I at a time. against 19 of the men at a Meridian a ,

room space In the Capitol. yesterday.The The doors of his 'cop- Moments later, the rest of the hearing 1 ifesGAINESVILLE
commissioner's decision
manager of an adjacent ter removed and roof
Johnson had several conference were Humph Including the wall on
plant, Joseph Shevick, 49, said ries took off on the rescue mis which they had perched, collapsed -' In the hearing, at which the govemment \ N
there when he vice .
rooms was of the had only to show
pilot, Charles Humphries, with a roar.
president 32: sion.As he hovered over the roof, Humphries, attached to a I police "probable cause" for a charge, \
Although Humphrey is expected "I went all through the war the downdraft from the chop emergency squad, flies helicopters was termed unprecedented by and .
to be keyed in on all major and saw a lot of guys with moxIe -I per's blades blew sway the on his days off for the the Justice Department. 3.99 9 '
administration programs, he is but this man Is one of the dense smoke and Humphr I e I National Guard, In which he is Charges against the other two i 2 'r
likely to proceed cautiously as coolest I've ever seen." saw the two men waving to him a warrant officer. men arrested at Blloxl, Miss, q & .
the President's spokesman in Humphries Is a New York while they straddled a foot-wide "It's a wonderful feeling," he and Shreveport, La. were I maw arJ hooa.taV \

Congress Senate and House City policeman In his regul r ,wall. said of the rescue, and added dropped. Wtouri. S'
leaders have a way of prefer- working hours. He had spotted He landed on the narrow wall, with a smile: "You know, they Hiked ,X'tRAFABULOUS i
ring to interpret White House the fire In the five story Van although the rotor blades kept wouldn't even let me fly as a Quake Goy alurom ;;: 1SS7,
requests for themselves. Hum- dentine Co. building while on a whirling to give the craft par regular member of the emergency Ocean Floor ,.,>..jet
chrev probably will- work- closely routine flight from Governors tial lilt. I squad I'm on standby" PLUS 7.98 ar. t.ekh s.Rec .:
: SEATTLE, Wash (AP) A I.a
with them; but give advice ".
"" eluat 19'0 .;...,
only when it is asked. geophysicist[ who spent six .... ,
By law, Humphrey will become Indictments Against Six weeks In the Alaska area studyIng Youthfultfa ..a...".. ot gl'LEll.mdb. .
a member of the National I effects of the March 27 tUO\t

Security Council. As such he earthquake reported that In tOll, BEST k
will be continuously informed on many places off the coast the \\\JRR1\tI

foreign policy matters. Secretary Ga. Klansmen Dismissed ocean feet, floor raised as much as 50

of State Dean Rusk is ex-
pected to assign a high.ranking MACON, Ga. (AP) The fed. eral court "not usurp jurisdiction crating three hours The state Richard J. Malloy said his.
department official to fill In eral government, stymied I In I where it has none." Introduced a statement quoting findings were based on soundngi
made in 1927 and just after SHOPPING CENTER crw Tit 1 I M
Humphrey' periodically, as he efforts to try six alleged Ku I Penn, a lieutenant colonel In I Lackey as having said that he, IM quake.
did Johnson. Klux Klansmen charged with 1 Sims and Myers spotted the
the Army Reserve, was hit by '
Humphrey has been designated conspiring to oppress Negroes, Penn car, followed It and that
to head the President's may appeal the ruling of a district -'.shotgun passing car blasts In early fired from I both Sims and Myers fired shotguns E. B. SAPP WELCOMES YOU TO
Committee on Equal Employ into the
judge to the US. Supreme I car.
ment Opportunities. Its job is to darkness July 11. Ha was returning
Court. Lackey repudiated the statement y
to Washington with two .Y. 1a %
eliminate rsclal discriminationin Y",1 1 t
declaring he was harassed i
US Dist. Judge W. A, BootleIsmlssed I other Negro officers after two
the fulfillment of government
by the FBI Into making I
federal conspiracy y weeks of active duty at Ft. Ben-
contracts and In government '
The defense also produced witnesses
indictments against the six: nlng, Ca.Cecil .
employment.All Tuesday. The federal charges I who said they saw Sims
of this looks exciting to Myers and Joseph How-
all cafeIn
were brought after two of the and Myers at an night
Humphrey, who is regarded as six were acquitted in a state ard Sims were acquitted of Athens on July 11 up to I.20
adept at pullingnew : murder charges in the Penn
court In the shotgun slaying ol f I
Ideas out of the air and refining .slaying a state court trial at II I
Lemuel Penn, Washington, D.C..
Danlelsvllle 4.
them into programs.But Sept.
Negro educator. It :
there is one drawback They were among six later night
The vice president-elect, a volu- Bootle's ruling said enforce- charged by the FBI with con- 1 1I
minous speaker In the Senate, ment of general criminal laws Is spiring to Injure and oppress Ne MOUNT STERLING Ky.
has lost his forum. He will have' a local matter. He referred to groes. The other four are Denver I(AP) Sheriff John Miller says
to await Johnson's signal to the state acquittal of murder Willis Phillips, George H. some vandals dug up two mailboxes
break this newly enforced si barges for two of the six and Turner lterbert Guest and and a small billboard and M r I/YLL
lence. said It Is important that the fed- placed them in the middle of
James S.
: Lackey.
US. (0 east of here. ,
State murder charges art still They also erected a barrel

Thefts pending against Lackey. barricade and posted signs detouring I
Big-Time Clete Johnson state prosecutor traffic around the barrio

said Tuesday night he has'cad.. I
not decided whether to press the II I

I Getting.Common i murder charges against Lackey It takes nature from WO to I

:1,000 years to make an men of
A jury freed Myers and Sims I II good top olL But it can wash
YORK (AP) All I The bandits emptied fear DININGand
II 1
o f the Penn slaying after deuVj away In a single night I
cash drawers Into
these big. time robber I' I I a paper bagt I _.
throughout the nation the pasl taking mostly small bills -
month have had one thing ta I and fled In a car.
common: nobody got shot. On Monday, three masked OUfltONPRY
gunmen overpowered two DANCING8p.m.tG2pw
More than $1 million II priests In the rectory of the Divine !! AIDS .wci'2-
checks: and cash has beel.tolen I Savior Church In N e f. Rfl(

in a half-dozen major ridge, a Chicago suburb, I. d 1'l M1E IN ( ..
robberies this I month from I waited until a Brinks truck arrived .
Nashville to Norrtdge, HL to pick up Sunday's TRANSIS'1ORit
A few people were slugged, church collection 1N E CHOICE OF
of the Victims was I
but none A Brink's guard was sluggedover
shot. the head when he entered
One of the )latest robberies 1 the rectory. One of the robbers 8 STEAKS

occurred yesterday la Buffalo, donned the guard's uniform
N.Y.. where two men robbed I and with this disguise gained
city !hall of nearly $300000. entrance Into the locked truck i 1 '1500 .
For ail their daring, all bat: outside. The guard Inside the
I1U4S of the loot tu receipts truck also was sludged. '
to the city treasurer's of- The haul: $V3.B I in cashand \ ( per couple) "':

fat was to BOB negotiable checks (Brink's basal $ + / Select your favortt

checks. said bow much of each). And .- / Grampogn er win* ".
The pair might have wound not a shot was fired. J from our stock.
h cash On the Monday, a t r1
op with 6,501:: more previous I
but for the alertness of cashier I robbery at the rectory of St. 1
Mae D. Wicks, who dumped Anthony's Catholic Church si 19
the money In a waste basket Paterson, N. J.. had been se 1 1 r b
Phil Ramirez and his Latlnalrcs null provide the music for
when she saw them come similar in every drtaiJeIftPt'i& HEW I

was a bank truck that came ZIftitIt II lint .. Mr.s v Pw ekati It fI a.l ... your dining end dancing pleasure from 8 p.m. to 2 o m.
la.The robbers knocked dewn For the Sunday collections <- ben N MwoS4 S crtwbr Nee ... .w..M. esa.

city Treasurer! Mehm W Elliott that there was some specula* :.:.:-.: all.a.n.eli Mclrekd-a acre a..rem)e. .' ,;ue.a. i. ;;

with s revolver clout an tion both jobs had been putted :. _. ......,..,...,. ad wee t..twss .......... a.....
bead wbea be walked op by the same own. .ARee ...... ..111 7f..rII' ...Of.. ,,,,,-., ea
die .........._ "
to Mrs Wicks' ea, f The tot to the Paterson robbery
A policeman on duty at the : S3U.SW In cash. f'ih1'
fired at die la JtarfwuTe this ..-tJl. two OM" hy eel bones .14
office I (:: I
treasurer's r-T1.1 ..... "
fcandUs' getaway car and said gunmen held! s? the Third MaUna :: .it. ,UI" 10 4.7 'riel The University Inn b.w

later, "1 Wads 1 hit IL"lTun. Bank for R+ .IIOO. They :

Al ) U, yntrrdty. everlookri UOe as cask j \ \i e .
twe flap held off a branch tIthe drswera FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID BATTEKIC5
Short SUDS National Bank't On Dw. U. the ,brat Xa'tkaal FOR MOST HEARING AIDSCOUCH'S 1901 sw '-rlSerYatiHS [Y s '
I* fUSH just about twe hours, Bask ef Obey Md. was i STRUT IJ- -
rfcr the Buffalo robbery owe'''robbed: ef lID," A week hoer nth

pointed a gun at a teQer wed' a few dare before 608 N. PHONE 243JI' _- .
iomnanded. "Crt against dwwail tChristnas seewne with y' r -
and nobody wdl get urt. spilt ef the scuoa mat*, I MAIN ST. 1\
Nobody .I'.I'u. Bi ton bank back |I>W. ... .


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6: .'....... Sun Wtelnteday, Dtttmfctr 10.1964I _

:Yes It Can-and Does, Happen Here=

At PK. Yonge School, several senior girls believe tidy

But NothingLike half a In dozen drinking of the seniors at their school seem to be involved

.or. Yonge DIrector -
This would bear out the Impression
who admits that he doesnt come Into
J. B. Hodges,
It Was In ., .. .... very close contact with the .tudents But Instructor John
; < '
::; \: : : ''': 'i : ''''' : : does and kt also agrees on the low figure at P.K.

Darien Conn. '\\rp' !, .....r..S' .r''I" .12' ... (}8'., /. \ '' ,'lJ''I''i''N'' i" ;1'I""N. "ll. Hannura Yonge.parental They say supervision that those Is who weak drink Officials come at from Gainesville homes where High

School say this too, and add that too many parents expect
the school to control their children.

/I r _-- __H. .____ ... In talks with lour parents, eight student leaders agent, a police and
n chief a Jweaut court officer a state beverage
tile county Judge then b at Indication that parents are aid-
tog and abetting their children by serving alcoholic beverages
Concerned over the problem of adult contribution to : at teea-ag parties.
teen-age consumption of alcohol dramatized recently by -

p, the tragedy IB Darien, Conn., ta. Son wanted to M* If 'IN
a similar problem exist her. W. asked Mrs. Robert \ "t But, So Far, No Serious
C. Wilkinson, Jr., tat NW 15lk Ave., a senior JowulUn
student at the University of Florida and tile mother .l two Have OccurredJudge
teenage out, to mean* the problem. ... talked to .. Mishaps
public officials, parent and teea-tgers themselvei.
Almost without exception, she found parentand teenagers McDonald feels the reason he hasn't had any parents -
unwilling to hive their tames Died, but earn in court for serving drinks at tewvage parties Is that,
away convinced that parent In Gainesville an not unlike the case in Darien, Connecticut, no beautiful young
overtly contributing to what teen-age drinking flier I*. girl has been killed in an automobile accident afterward.
That there I I. a teen-age drinking problem here, however The recent teen-age drinking scandal in Darlen, which made
I li evident. Her I li her account v4ij'1 news from coast to coast was uncovered only when such I
f s'h as a ;
-. _... o.f tragedy happened, McDonald said. The result was arrest and
f p' conviction of several parents for contributing to the delinquency
of minors.
By PAT WILKINSON P. K. Yonge Director Hodges feel Gainesville Is a'' more
Vet Student Journalist stable community than Darien Gainesville Is centered In

He is 17 years old a senior In a Gainesville high school, s the relaxed Informal atmosphere of Florida living, which induces -
and he Ukes to mix his bourbon with "Coke." e. tlt less striving for adult status by children

Getting bourbon is 'essy for bint He lives with several 1 Hodges says the frantic pace and stiff competition of living
university students who are over 21. They supply his "needs" ru (f, in a large metropolitan center with a high turnover of
which he can't buy for himself because Florida law Sec- population, makes for unstable living
tion 56211 of the statutes) prohibits the giving or selling of Darien Is located In the great web of inter-related cities
alcoholic beverages to minorS: And since bit parents moved on the eastern seaboard which spread for miles and miles
to another town be Isn't hampered by their watchful eye.. s and have been dubbed by sociologists as a "megalopolis."
J Is with "new rich" who have not be-
"As the home falls by the wayside so do the children"
come comfortable with their money and social standing, says
said Alachua County Judge Harry McDonald agree that a now "wet" Alachui: County, bat any Influence. Tough? Hodgei Restless young vice presidents moving up neglect
"No one is better equipped to teach children than their Dean referred to a cast recently of a teen-ager, aged their families. Wives engage in an endless round of social "
school teacher, the preacher and the Scout leader. They should But, aye Ed McClelland, county juvenile officer, there may 17, who wrecked the family automobile. He had been drinking activities.
realize their" own eternal responsibility for bringing up their be a trend upward in teenage drinking His supply was traced back to a vendor. Hodges found while working in psychological services for

children. the Greenville, South Carolina, school system that the children
But even the vendor can be a "patsy" In this game. Local
Not every teenager hi town baa the way to bacchanalian Teen-ager Conducts, high schoolers say that those whe really want to drink caa in such families find the fastest way to gain attentionis
bills so conveniently paved for him, according to reports find an older person who will go to the store and buy It to get Into trouble.
from their age-males. With parents around, other meant moot fer them. Tht vendor isn't obligated to follow the beer Gut The children are given anything they want as compensation -
be found.) His Own Opinion PollA ef the alOre.McClelland. for parental neglect. Seeking an anchor In life, they
have only their hard-driving, hard-drinking parents. to imitate,
,Some part with a quarter to replace their "lost" driver's says he has his eye on a young mai who is laid Hodges said.
license, on which they've changed their blrthdate Who can Junior at Gainesville'High School, conducted a poll for a to be lining his pockets with extra money which he accepts
see a small, careful alteration when the stage Is set for speech class last year to discover flow much this problem for acting as a go-between for under-age friends. McClellan Is the relaxed, Informal atmosphere of Florida living always
deception existed among teen-agers there. says it's hard to catch him doing It. Florida statutes prohibit conducive to a more simple way ef life? What of the rumors
The altered license Is presented as proof that the bolderis Five boys from each grade, 10, 11 and 12, asked 100 of giving is well as selling alcoholic beverages to minor spreading shout bonfire parties I hi an open field outside .-
21 and entitled to buy beer or liquor. Such Identification their classmates-300 students in all-If they were Involvedin ]. the city limits on land owned by parents ef a teenager
appears all right to the hurried bartender In a noisy dim- any way with drinking where young people gather on a Saturday night?

lit lit grog-shop on a Saturday night. Seventy-nine per cent of the girls and less thai 71 percent Speculations are that some shiver away from the warm re-
Local officials suggest that insistence on a boy showing of the boys, answered "Yea." The lower figure for boys Blame Is Placed On vealing glow of the fire to the protective outer darkness,
his selective service rard would cut down on such activity. seemed unusual to the poll-taker, who said .believed. the where they sit In the cars and drink.
In tome state, inch as Michigan people up to the age figure would be higher for boy than girls If another poll of Reasons Ask my teen-ager or local official about this. It seems to
.of 25 must buy a liquor card showing their picture likeass were taken this year. Variety be common knowledge.
| r.ta p po rt toO w "1/1 eve va lid 1d8.un8..In.iuciimiv.aiiuiiSometimes Judge McDonald says that parents may not condone these
b Nearly all of those questioned admitted they drink without Who is to blame for the rise in
teen-age drinking Some activities but they turn their backs in fear at finding out.and
parental, knowledge They do It out of curiosity, for "kicks" blame the parents, toms teen-agers blame the city and some having to cope with the problem. .
They Get and for prestige, most said blame the organizations who sponsor dances. McClelland feels The Gainesville High School Junior polltaker -now a 17-year-
Comparing this poll with some conducted elsewhere, 40 out that a few university houses lax about barring '
fraternity are old senior may not have time to conduct another poll of
of 60 Mliml high achoolers polled by The Miami Herald underage people at their functions where drinks are drinking among his classmates, but officials at Gainesville
Caught hy the PoliceSometimes laid they/ did not drink. Fifty two students said they served.
High School have recently become alarmed st the high itstistlcs -.
didn't have parental! permission to drink. Eight said they did. A j
year-old PRY high school senior girl says that she being reported to>> them.
though, these teen-age craftsmen get caught However, a similar questionnaire published by Rutgers has attended privatenot club-sponsored dances at the Gainesville High School early this month began a new
Police Chief William D. Joiner has kept a record of local University's Center of Alcohol studies last year revealed that Gainesville Woman's Club where teen-agers slipped out to the study in search of the truth.
liquor and beer violations against misers up to the ago of II U per cent of the 50 teenagers questioned admitted they parking lot_to drink: Should perhaps.other! studies be made?
from January 1963 to October, 1964 drank. Only eight per cent bad parental permission to t.
j1I drink outside the home, but 4( per cent said they had per
Eight boy between the ages .f IS and II were arrested mission to drink at home I
I for drunkenness la 1MJ. The atmber Jumped .. U ta 14 Both the Miami and Rutgers polls discovered that most I
and two girl swelled the Hit to 14. Three boys were arrested teen-agers did not think alcohol lent them prestige, attracted
; for driving while intoxicated hi MO ell to INi Fines for friendship or esteem Non-drinkers were generally regardedmore I
conviction.the tint offense are $25 and go ip with each succeeding highly than drinkers.Sponsored Gainesville-

'. Beer violations skyrocketed from two In 1963 to 44 In 1M4Teenageri Dances .
fx say the boy with the task for bourbon to an Mutual Building U6
;,. eiceptlon Its beer, cheaper and mutt available, that the
young drinkers prefer.. Have Built-in Problems & Loan
Violations relating lo sale of alcoholic beverages to minors
by licensed businesses Jumped from six In 194) to 4S In 1W4. AssociationPROUDLY
home the ells
The State Unlike Judge McDonald who blamed the ;
Department of
I Florida distributes Informative -
feel the blame for '
i 301554 polltaker says that some teen-agers
pamphlets to all high schools, both public and prl '
be laid at the
any increase In teenage drinking can
vile, warning of the hazards Involving alcohol.
feet of the local recreation officials

c'' "Are yea aware that U you are aloe hind even ......*. ""The City ot Gainesville asked for It by providing so little DECLARES k
Ing at alcoholic bmran while under age II yea begin t wlul rec .tll'," he said. "AH rammer there was M ytutailub.
criminal record that will follow you throughout the remainder If yew wanted to dance pee had to drtvt to Magnesia
JiI'Ii IIIk.if your life" li one. of the question these pamphlets Springs." I

Weekend dances at the Recreation Center were termInated

A young person with a criminal record may bt barred following a dlstrubanee last spring, but recently\ began ANOTHER
,from college, again .
military service, good Jobs and a career, the
pamphlets warn Neither Juvenile officer McClelhnd nor a local disc Jockey
The responsibility fur a twn-mrr's conduct Is fastened on who spins records for teen-age dances share this view toward
the parent and the home by these brochures the city teenage program
McClelland said a number of local organisations also sponsor '
weekend teen.age dances, such as the blouse Club and the ;
No Parents Brought American Legion. 1J2OJO
The disc Jockey said the last dance at the Recreation Center \ ) f fV
was poorly attended and there were sidelong comments
To Court Here Yet by teenager that "other parties must be going on elsewhere

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Judge McDonald duet not M I the Florida statutes on drinkIng Dances at the Recreation Center and Gainesville 111gb School
can follow the activity of parents and children Into the art now "closed" In an effort to thwart drinking This 4
home. The home I Ia sancrosanct si this respect n a parent mean' that those attending cannot come back If they ease ,
wants to serve his ton a highball this la tile business. But the building Previously, it was easy for a teen-ager to dip
Judge McDonald emphasize strongly that If the parent out to his car for I DIp and rehire."closed" T !
chooses to do this "! U responsible* for *. consequent be- doors may have discouraged a few from attending 6'I
havter of his child In the community but McClelland feels there are always tho* who are out

:a Judge McDonald draws the line on serving drinks to other for thrills and difficult to pleas. .,
people's children when they when questioned laugh at school authorities
are visiting In your ** .. This Teenagers
fkWi," parent. Ht says ttta ta contributing who say nt drinking goes oa at high school dance. Several at r
!iLh.! i delinquency) of other people's dlildre. But. P. K Yonge Laboratory School says they kave observed this DIVIDEND fl f
been no eaiee brought to his court. happen-even In the building from small flask-type bottles. .
SoIM that "This! WM not ,easily discernible until pointed out and
ay a big rullOl for th. "
increase .Ia local said.
then you could KM on* senior girl
teen-age 1Ir1D1ln. stems from the repeal ., p" blllo. dance la tows. MrCtrlkad Mid
Ala as c..aty by the valets la At a rectal thib-cpwMred SINCE '
September' PAID 1959 (
iHj. other dls.It's '
a city police ">rer steed at the des e bat the treaafenwert
r fret to tmt and g.* and there were rumor .. drUk-
lag h the parking ....
Alluding to the possible rise la teea-agt drinking \the disc
the jockey asks If this toot Indicated by the decision to "daw"
Law dances, and the latest tmprovtnwiits hi parking lot lighting

Ii .Is unlawful around the Recreation, Center We with oil oar, customers and friends o very
for McClelland and gives the lime rtMons for having
person, firm or In the yes Your .
New Ytar bustntn
happy and
cage of a the dances Instead of kMkInf prosperous
corporation, the officers come and at -
a policeman stay '
agents, fe cp t< .mplo," thereof, to cell give. serve, In rc'lonlly as he used to do '
or Pf'l1nit
to be i served alcoholic beverages Including wine The district supervisor la tile Suit Beverage Office fat yet customer a cordial invitation to wvt
and beer to persons under 21 of Oral, Tom Dean, savs that aa increasing number of drinkIng at Goirwivillt Mutual where your MVIPC.SGainesville. ,
v''\ to permit person under 21 years years of age toW w or violations by minors have been discovered the last two rom Q bg4 "\" e

r '. sum Mid beverage. on licensed premises. AV yean and surveillance Is being concentrated In this area
j<, one convicted/ of violation thereof will bt We ktvtUjate brtweea five and tea complaints a _'." \ '
by imprisonment in the county jail for DNa MM! "*, loond a cast in GammiOt Just last night. '
not mort than sic month, or by fine of nut Dean said that when an owner of a business sells beer, wtt* ..
more than $300.Section or liquor to mmors and la caught he receives a sharp reprimanding BUILDING coed LOAN ASSOCIATION
\ !letter the first lime The second elf__ brings 4 lsU\"
36111. llonda Sfatile (l"3) lice... suiipn4M! up to lu Broths, and a third efltwt brings 217 N.L lit Street p,,", ft M77I eI FK C-24IS
1iii permanent bs Uceose.: ,

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Wednesday, December 30, (19t54 Gainesville Sun 7
DORMITORIESWILL Night service will be hel I(I
\News of Interest BE OPENEDTAIJAHASSEE Thursday at 9 p.m. Rev. R ._ tj

Special I Followingthe Harrison pastor; Mrs. Florence : Little Women To Hold
first trimester's end, Dec. 18 Brown reporter E
and the Christmas holiday va
'o the Colored Community cation Dec. U-Jan. 3, dormitories w

will be opened at Florida HusseysHonored "Confetti" Th =

PNews Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Chllds, Colored News A&M University for the beginning ursday Night :

editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not Bend. of the second trimester
Items to the Sun Sunday Jan. 3, E d win M.
directly. office. The Little Women will end Chairman for the dance Is Also !Miss Helen Powell Mist ,
JSSfllBV Pimm ..r.n.wn.nf > MM .....''HI..III. .kt taw_ M PH aMiss Thorpe director of admissions ,
I the year with the tradition a I Miss Margaret Hampton club Janice Rldgewsy Mill Bar "
and records stated today.
Debutante I NOTICE The Frances Robinson Club of The holidays end officially for Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Hus-. Year's"Confetti Dance" on New president. bars Scott, Miss Kim Small :. i
Eve Thursday night, at
I the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church the FAMU family on Monday, soy who marked their golden: the Gainesville Woman's Club. Members assisting and serv Miss wood Elaine Miss Elizabeth Tew S 01 Jey, I. y
I of Jan. 4, at I a.m., when admis- wedding anniversary Chris I" Miss Peggy .j
will meet with Levi Henry ing as hostesses are: !Miss
sion examinations for new students mas Day were honored with a Proper dress for the girls Thompson, Miss Virginia Tip- j
417 NW Jrd Street, on Monday Cathy Alvarez Miss Jane Ar- ton, Miss Barbara Wells and :.
Is ,
'Eete Tonight Jan. 4 at Ip.m. will begin.Registration reception Sunday afternoon. will be long or short formats Miss .. I' '
Miss Baumstein Ayter YukscLTheme -
The members are urged to be for the second Hosts for the party were Mr. and tuxedos; or white coats for rington Cindy :
present Rev. T, A. Wright pas trimester will be held Mondayand an4 Mrs. Carter 011 C r bind the boys. Miss Ann Becker, Miss for the dance always

DEBUTANTES What happens to dreams that tor; Mrs Esther W. Hanun re Tuesday Jan. 45. and Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hill The Four Scores will play for Ann Campbell, Miss Ann kept secret, has been chosen by ... -
Classes will meet for the first who entertained at the Hll 1 Davis Miss Karen Davis, the board members. :'
dreamers dream? One dream porter. dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. '
session of the second trimester home. -
Helping In the hat checkroom
Miss Sharlan Miss Susan
I will finally be realized for AILING AT HOME on Wednesday Jan. I. Mr. Husscy a retired chemIstry A floor show featuring Frank Erb, Miss Mary Bates Felt. will be Miss Pixie Soi- 1 t

twenty-two lovely young ladles The following persons are For students who expect to professor from Virginia Sule Joel McCoy, The VUlag ham Miss Marianne Forsman, man, Miss Betsy Black, Mist .
tonight at t::15 p.m. when they ailing at their homes: Mrs. Es-: ,graduate in April. Wednesday Polytechnic Institute and h i s ers, Bill Boas Miss Suzanne Miss Carol Gaston, Miss Kath- Katie Kubencr and Miss Cathy
sd: tella nowles and Tom Mathals.! through Friday Jan. US will wife have lived In Gainesville Martin Britt Small, Miss Sharon Gammage.
make their formal curtsies to erine Graves Miss Cam Goe
I be the period for filing applications for more than 10 years. (Coeller and Miss Linda I
Friends hope that they
the public: in the Lincoln High soon be well again.CONVALESCING .ww.. for April graduation. On the serving table, tall cold Love will highlight the evening thtMiss Debbie Hartman, Little Women advisers assisting i .
, Auditorium. Wednesday Jan. 13, will be candles were placed at either Miss Barbara Martin Miss the hostess committee this
A formal presentation of the I Peggy Morrison Miss Wanda year are Mrs. Fred T. Laugh J ,
the last day to register for the side of the wedding cake which
After an attention gett 1 1111 club officers will be made.Betrothed. I Nolan. on Jr. and Mrs. Sam Goethe. ,
Mrs. EsteJIa DeBose of N.V. second trimester and the las was topped by miniature china .
P fanfare the audience will b e 8th Street, who is Ill at her day to add courses. Mr. Thorpe bride and bridegroom figure ed to the bride elect and I ..

f delightfully entertained by a home was reported as some ..tated.HAWTHOIL.. used on their wedding cake 50 CoupleIs corsage of camellias was presented ...
few of the talented years ago.
. very persons what Improved. I to her mother by the ,
of this city.: A highlight of Miss Frances Hill and Miss hosts. I"-

i the evening will be the crownIng PERSONALSMiss NEWS Rosalie Osterblnd assisted their ..
it of "Miss Debutante of 1964. Program Interesting parents In the hospitalities

by Miss Marvenelle Welcome- Williams Mary,Hall both and of Sanf Miss ord Carrie ,-held The its United Choirs' Union l Guests were Mr. and Mrs. I ComplimentedAn ., ., ....... .-.. ., ., y .. i -. ,
the Mt.
"Miss Debutante of 1963." Calnesvlll program Paul Bergman, Miss lion a
were sightseeing In Zion A.M.E. Church Sun-
on Bergman Mr. and Mrs. James 1
The public will have an opportunity yesterday. day at 3 p.m. and was successful. Elliot. Mr. and M r .. Fred At Home honoring Miss embroidery was tho center of ."
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ben- .
Delorig Ann Gilllsple daughter ; to congratulate each Smith Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Karen Wunderllch and her[Interest at the coffee table ;
eljMr. and Mrs. Melvin Deb Individually In a receivingline ton and son, Jim, all of New The attendance was very Forma. Mr and Mrs Robert fiance, John May, was given Pink candles: rose dawn camellias =
GIHtejto, a senior at Lincoln which will be formed after York N.Y., arrived here yester- good. Jones, Mr and Mrs. E. L Sunday afternoon by Dr. and ind ivy completed the _
High School, secretary of the the recession to the gymnasium.The day as guests of Mrs. Benton'srelatives fierce, Dr. U. S. Gordon and Irs. N. E. Bingham and their table arrangement. Punch and 1m.Phl.r..t..
for week. ...
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Future Beaullclana of America "Ball" will begin when Joe Parker. daughters Miss Marl Bingham I cookies were served from copper : I.
Mrs. Mildred Williams return WATCH NIGHT
a mender of the Office Asilitanta the Debs,in their beautiful ed here yesterday from Washington Watch Night services SERVICES will be and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson utensils also from india. ;". .it !.Io....C.dt..wAdi... s5..n I... f

Md T & I Clubs. Debris white gowns along with their D. C., following a two- conducted at the Mt. Camel CalendarOf 111 at the Bingham home. Assisting the hostess were .1i'i"1-v.' .w'cI.' as M..,te..r.l ... .
Is M active member of Mount handsome escorts stun the week visit with her daughter, Baptist Church on Thursday at Miss Wunderllch ind her fiance Mrs. Justine E. Harlow Jr.. O Iw0. ..
Moriah Baptist Church. She audience with their waltz routine :Mrs. Agnes Russ, and other rel 10:30: p.m. were In Gainesville to Mrs. R. C. Philips, Mrs Del WORLD
liken dancing and listening t e to "Let Me Call You atives. The public is Invited to at spend the Christmas holiday ton Scudder Mrs. Fnd H. Winston .
record She flans to att en d Sweetheart." Mrs. Lraura R. Thomas of tend. Events with her mother Mrs. II e nryWunderllch. Mrs. Thelma W. Kelly
college and pursue a career In I Jacksonville whose visit here and her brother, Miss Ann Reynolds, Miss Dora TRAVEL
the area, of business education.Yvonne Several activities have been for the past two weeks has been WEDNESDAY December N Henry Wunderllch, Both reside Lee Smith, Miss Ann Scudder
1 enjoyed by these girls in preparation pleasant, left yesterday for ANNUAL PARTY Gainesville Bridge Club in Tampa where they are em- and Miss Sandra Winston SERVICE
for their presentation: her home. The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 ployed by the State Department .I A
7M p.m., Holiday Inn. gift of silver and a corlage -
local church
Rehearsals a program will have its annual after 101 W. Ul" ft C-M41
Mrs. Ella Wilson left of Public Welfare.
a banquet In Lake City, yesterday Christmas Party Teen Dance for junior age I of camellias were present- ..
for Baltimore Md., becauseof Saturday with t the
Receiving guests
children of Gainesville Golf
a theater party at the Florid a
( Jan. 2, at the Recreation Ce '
business. She will be
Theater and the home of Mrs. away nand Country Club members honorees> were Mrs. W u nder.
er, from 3 to 8 JANUARY
for several days. p.m. p.m. and the hosts
Eva Jenkins a party at the 7:30: to 10:30: p.m., Mr and lich I
Recreation Center sponsored I Miss Hattie M. Wallace of St. This promises to be a very Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Cummings Mrs I WHITE GOODS SALE
line affair and the
Petersburg, passed through public is Invited -
Mrs P. W.
by the Petite Mademoiselle Mrs. Bruce Courtney, hosts. Ralph Eastwood _
Club and a charm: school con- Gainesville yesterday em routeto to attend. Miss A. L. Simmons THURSDAY December 31 Calhoun and Mrs. Carl Genger -
Jacksonville because of busi! president Mrs. P. L I a" > .24" Cut Size
ducted by Mrs. Ethel De Mills; ; Gainesville Golf and Coun- greeted guests at the door.
Roberts. ness Scott, conductress. try Club annual New Year's The living room was decorate BED PILLOWS
Miss Emma H. Johns of I Eve dinner.dance, dinner ed with pink camellias and
Other activities will include Tampa Is visiting friends in CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSSunday
served from 7 until 1 andlcs.
more rehearsals, a brunch Gainesville for two weeks. School 145: am.;I and dancing from I p.m.pm.until A bride doll from I India l .i filled With Shredded 2'for 1 50

sponsored by the Exclusive Miss Mary Hunter and Miss morning worship 11 a.m.; B. 1 a.m.Open dressed in the traditional pink I Poly Poem .....,.................. .
Thirteen Club and a rehearsal Martha Oliver both of Ro m e, T.U., 130: p.m.; and evening House I p.m. unt II Indian wedding sari with silver I

party. Ga, were visiting in Gainesville worship SSO: p.m. Rev. L. A. midnight, Mr. and Mrs. Ar Femovs PepperedMUSLIN

'.S Each debutante has a spon- yesterday.JOINT TUtman. pastor; Wills Dean thur Hallam 1404 NE 31st WATER and ICE TEA I SHEETS

sor who has worked tirelessly 1 Toxwortli reporter.Mt. Avenue. GLASSES

so that she might be the one SERVICESThe Carmel BaptistThere. Little Women "Con let t I for M...li a' ......,.IIt.
Shady Grove Prlmlt I v e will be Teachers' meeting 1 I until 12 30am 72 108 1 771 '
Hayes, daughter ot crowned "Miss Debutante of Dance pm. : SPENCECHIMICAL x er '
Mrs. Doris Robinson, Is a sen-1964" Baptist Church and the Macedonia Thursday, 7 p.m. followed bya ., Gainesville W 0 m an's Twin Fined Bottom .........,.... ....... .
lot of Lincoln High School. She Baptist Church of Jacksonville i business meeting. There will Club House West University SUPPLY CO.
The Dlgmtettes Club Is spon- will conduct a Joint be no rehearsal on Avenue. M 1.1116 1.97
Is ; an active member of the Friday I II i loa erDouble
Band i ,' Student Council, Safe soring this second annual affair service at the Shady Grove 7.30 pm. Rev. T. A. Wright Fitted Bottom ?... .... ...
Drivers Club and Future in an effort to encourage Prmitive( Baptist,Church Thurs pastor.
vTeefl high cultural and social standards day at 10 p.m.Refreshment. East Side Church of Cod
Teachers. Her bobbles are hair In Pillow Cases 4p360593: .
among the young ladles wIll be served ; .
styling and swimming She Is I Sunday School 10a.m. ,
of this area. at 1 a.m. and five persons will a
a member of Mount Picas a nt .; morning worship, 11:30: R
be baptised between 1 a.m. and Famous CertnortBath
Methodist Church. Yvonne The public Is cordially: I Invited I.m.; Young People's Willing .'
plans a future career In nursing to attend this Second Annual 2 a.m.Visiting ministers will help I Workers' meeting 1:30: p.m.; L'cV F t Towels. 970 ca
with speculation In anesthetic Debutante Ball The ad- conduct the services. and evening worship 1:30: p. e.
j !.' mission is free. m. Rev. J. C. Williams, p..- Asserted sizes end Colors

.- .. SINGERS TO APPEARThe tom; Mrs. V. Williams, report- -
er. Sugar -
Christian Travelers of ,
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I Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- .
Ocala. will in musical
,, -t:: I Sunday School 930: a.m.
program at the Church of God ".
:In Christ of 821 N. W. 7th Ave., morning worship Ham.; and N.EISNERIY'Ln
; :;c ,: Home Agent's ti t c I on New Year's Eve following evening worship I p.m. Rev "

!d the services. U. Xinsey pastor 0 Q ,.

Notebook I'''I'I'I There U no admission price, St. Paul CME. Morning
'c but a freewill offering will be worship 11 a.m.f and evening
accepted. Bishop H. Williams, worship, 1:30 pjn. Rev. B. F GAINISVIUI SHOPPING CENTER "
Deacon Manuel Reese, Weary pastor 130 NerthrMelrt Street
JBy: CLARICE E. nOBl sox pastor;
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irVlculturi Extension Service I; \\1 I sponsor. Baptist I,

3 Try' these punch recipes ai grape Juice. (C) Combine the :
soon? is possible and you win l spiced liquid, tea fruit Juices I:

T, go back for another sip They salt and sugar Stir until the t
are very tasty and nutritional. sugar Is dissolved. Serve hot, 12 ,;
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1. stick cinnamon Hot Buttered Orange Punch I 1 1e

10 whole cloves Itt cups granulated sugar ,
2 cups waterS .
g tablespoons grated o range I to 10 cloves

rind 3 tablespoons grated lemon 1 3 tbsp tbsps.cinnamon cut-up candled ginger II I %/ INTERESTi1

1 qt. fresh orange Juice I
rind' ,3 d cup fresh lemon Juice A

1 cup water 2 cups apple Juke .
1-3 cup butterS c'NOW
1% quartz boiling water Orange and lemon slice "
tablespoons black tea Shortly before serving: b PAID: ON .

3 oranges kettle combine sugar, water, i
1 lemons cloves cinnamon: and ginger! ;
I teaspoon Juice boll uncovered 10 minutes; then, \ F .
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H cup sugarCombine Juice and apple Juice; simmer

the spices, grated gently a fw minutes. Add CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT

rind, and 1 cup water. Simmer butter and stir Pour l Into punch ,
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WEI I f ] MD] I Alsobrook-Pound Nuptials SolemnizedMiss Milburns Celebrate : j'

Elizabeth Anne Fount Mrs. W. G. Boltln, Mrs. R. H
became the bride of Alvli Blodgett Mrs. Malcolm Alday,,: 50th Anniversary ;
Vaughn Alsobrook Tuesd a r Mrs. J. M. Lang Mrs. 0. N.
THE [evening at I o'clock In the Hoi r Harper Mrs. Ben Franklin 1 ,

fAffihL9 f Trinity Episcopal Church with Mrs. Joe Crevasse Mrs. GUI I Col. and Mrs. Eugene Mil- gladioli and chrysanthem u m z. f
the Rev. Earle C. Page rector McGrUf. burn celebrated their fiftieth Extending from the center of
assisted by Rev. J 0 hi u Orchestra Provides Muilc wedding anniversary at a dinner the flowers were fifty w 6Ito'
Ruth Weiner Women's Editor Gary Waller, performing th Music was provided during.: and canasta party recentlyat tapers. Golden place cards, deco t
-_ double ring ceremony. the evening by a four piece I the Gainesville Golf and orated with tiny white bells op. T
Parents of the bride and orchestra. Country Club. ened to a list of the many places j
Bridal bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Rice bags were passed b 7 The Mllbumi were married the Milburns have lived during "J
CoupleIs Cicero Addison Pound Jr. and t r Miss Lorraine Cannon and Miss'December 26th, 1914, In Flush- their fifty years ot marriage -
Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Also I Llnla Anne Duncan of Gainesville In,. Ohio and have resided In Including dates of residence. A "
brook Sr. of Jacksonville. p !. ; Miss Celeste Miss Susan Gainesville[ since 19M. large Golden Anniversary cake
I Complimented White poinsettias and holly and Miss Colleen A 1 50-: Table decorations for the din(centered a aide table. ..
were used on the altar and brook, Jacksonville nieces ol f ner featured three
arrangements CUl'stJ.for the Includ. 1
palms were used In the chan the bridegroom and Miss Kim' evening
of yellow and bronze
ed Col. and Mrs. Milburn's
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Miss Mary Lee. Mr. Rawlins 41 41y Convert of Jacksonville.When .
Honoring of Jackson, Miss.,
eel.Wedding daughter, Mrs. George C. Jones,
left for s
music provided the couple I
Ifohnson and Barney Harris Jr. Mrs. was
Mary Harris of Prescott, her
UOM wedding will take place Ark., mother of the bridegroomtobe by Kerry Michael Kelly,, wedding trip, the bride wore s Golden Wedding Jones husband and, Dr. George C. _

tonight at I o'clock in the First his sister Mrs. Carlton tenor, of Albany, Ga., and Mrs rose wool velvet costume hat suit and, w bone 1matching th I Reception Listed George ,Andrew their and Patriot children a; .::.
E. Ruffin Jones, organistMatthew
.Methodist Church a dinner was A. Cummings, and Mr. Cum-
and accessories. their return Mrs. B. P. Beville, Mrs. Wilson ::
Ueo Monday evening. mings, of McComb, Miss., Miss DePass Cannon Upon Mr. and Mrs. Peter CrlspHI( 0 Boozer, Mr and, Mil. A. K. .
will reside at
f Host and hostess for the pr. Rebekah Bean of Jacksonville, William Wall Bennett served ai 1823,NW the couple Fifth Avenue.Out will observe their Golden Wed Brill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. .:
liuptlel event were Col. andGeorge cousin of Miss Johnson andHiss acolytes. ding Anniversary Sunday afternoon Brooking, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin '
i. W. Hunter III, Gay Hunter. Given in marriage by her father a zf Of Towns Guests January 3, with a reception A. Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Albert :
bo i entertained at the Holiday Corsages of white chrysanthemums the bride had her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. at the homo of Mrs. Phyllis I. C. Edgar, Dr. and Mrs.
were presented to Miss Mrs. William Melville Slemomof White Jr., Stephen P. White III Clarke, 1701 NW Hth Ter- Henry E. Mclcney Mr. and
n"eUov chrysanthemums and Johnson her mother her grand- of New Orleans La., II and John Richardson, White, race. Mrs. R. L Montague, Mr and
gladioli flanked by white canIdles mother and Mrs. Harris. matron of honor.Bridesmaids Hopklnsvllle Ky. ,Mr. and Mrs Friends are invited to call between Mrs Frank M. Surface and
formed the centerpiece The honorees were presented wert Miss Mary Harry A. Richardson, Miss 3 and S p.m. Col. and Mrs. Louis J. Tatom.
Ifor the dinner table. a i pair of silver candlesticks by Ashton Barficld Jacksonville; Carol Richardson: Wwtfleld. -
Wedding Bells Used the host and hostess. Miss Constance Claire Bowen NJ. Mr and Mrs. Charles

The bride elect's place was Rehearsal Dinner Miami; Miss Helen Louise Graham Golf, Columbus, Ohio.
marked with a wedding bell and Dr. Harris and his mother, Gainesville; Miss Jan Mr. and Mrs. Irving C Also
gold ring and wedding bells Mrs. Mary Harris entertained ice Elizabeth Jordan. Fort brook Sr., Mr. and Mri. Irving
marked places for the following members of the wedding party Pierce; Miss Alice Louise Mey C Alsobrook Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
guests:' with a dinner at the Holiday Inn er, Alexandria, Va.. Miss Car William E. Afoobrook, WilliamE. -
Dr. Harris the brldero 0 m- following the rehearsal Tuesday 01 Anne Richardson, Westfield, Mrs. Ai via Vae ghn Alsobrook Alsobrook Jr. Mr and Mrs. cSulu

elect: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. John- evening. NJ, cousin of the bride aMiss cream cymbidium orchids. Jr., Mrs. S. A. Hussey and David Alsobrook, Mrs Hodges
son Jr., parents of the bride. White pompon chrysanthemums Anne Pryor Wetzell,, Reception at Club ,Mrs. Percy Beard. .Pound Mr. and Mrs. JoeVa-
to-be; her grandmother Mrs snapdragons and red Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. U A. Men..1 I terman. Miss Marian Wat e r- ""
A. S. Johnson Sr., her sister,carnations were combined to Mr. Alsobrook had LL Joseph The bride's parents entertalned ,I of Atlanta, great uncle and man Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Harris ?
and Mrs. J. T. Rawlins Jr., and I center the table. McCarty Lang Jr., USN with a reception following aunt of the bride Invited Miss! Francine Miss Mary snppGes
; the ceremony at t h e I
and Carol
Helen Miss Cannon.
as best man. Ushers were guests to the punch tables. 01
William Eugene Alsobrook Jr Gainesville Golf and Country The large, round tiered I Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Brost Mr.
of Jacksonville nephew of t he: Club. brlde'a table was covered witha and Mrs. Francis Child r e as
bridegroom, Gordon Howard t Guests were greeted at the taffeta cloth overlaid! wl t h Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Barfleld,
'Irrw @ Butch Secane Pa., James I door by Mrs. Leo Th o m as, net and Alcncon lace. In the Mia Ashton Barfleld Mr. and
Cd 6k Frederick Lang Frederic k Mrs. L. William Graham Mrs center was an antique silver Mrs. Flcmmlng Conyers, Jacksonville

Bruce Neal, David U. Strawn, U K. Edwards Mrs. M. M epergne, holding white sto c k .
Indialantic, and Stephen P ettus Parrish, Mrs. Frank Becker Fuji mums and camellias, accented Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bock-
White III and John RIchardson Mrs. Fanida Baker Mrs. E. with emerald green velvet [man, Mr and Mrs. Robert
| WEDNESDAY, December 30 Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Eugene White, both of Hopkins- FInley Cannon. Mrs. Newton grapes Garlands of smllax Price Pompano Beach; Dr.

Parker, 3 p.m., St. Augustine yule, Ky., cousins of the bride jLbaugh. caught with velvet grapes and Mrs. Fred Mathers. M rand JANUARY
Wedding of Miss Mary Lee Chapel. Reception following Bride Wean Ivory Satin On the tables In the foyer, draped the table. Mrs. William M. Simmons "

Johnson, daughter of Mr. at the Holiday Inn. The bride wore an Ivory sat. miniature Christmas trees decorated Mrs. William S. Graham, II, Mrs. Flora Tllunan, Orlando WHITE GOODS SALE :

and Mrs. Albert Sidney John in empire gown designed with, with peppermint carnations Mrs W, A. Miands, Mrs. Ever. ; Mr. and Mrs. ': Doug I a s' ..
son, and Barney Harris Jr., portrait neckline, elbow length I were placed. Davis Tallahassee Mr and ,..
ett Yon. Mrs. Harwood Dotbeare 18" 24" Cut Sis
son of Mrs. William Barney sleeves and a-line skirt, which, The brides book tables, covered Mrs. H. E. Cannon, Mrs Mrs. L. A. Menzel. Atlanta; i -
Harris of Prescott Ark., and BridgeClub extended into cathedral train.
a with Maderla cutwork Loonls Mitch Mrs. Hugh Miss Candace Clbbs San BED PILLOWS
the late Mr. Harris, I p.m., She wore an ivory rosep o t III t cloths, featured porcelain can Chandler, and Miss Laura Francisco; Mr and Mrs. Don-
First Methodist Church. Reception lace veil and carried a spray of delabra white camellias and Baker coffee aid Brooks, Ontario, Canada. :
i following In Bethany phaelnopslj orchids. amilax. poured Miss Constance Claire Bowen Filled: With' Shredded 2' 1.50 T
''i I Room with Mr. and Mrs. A. The bridal attendants wore, Inviting guests to sign the Punch was served by Mrs Mr. and Mrs Rhea Warren.I Poly foam ".w.....
I S. Johnson'Jr. hosts. floor length gowns fashion d I bride's books In the reception Spurgcon Cherry, Mrs. D K. Miami Mr and Mrs. Forrest I
Stanley Mrs. Harold Certn n, Famous
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with empire emerald green Jordan and Miss Janice Jordan .1
1 room and hall were Mrs. John
I FRIDAY January Mrs. W, D. Williams, Mrs. W.
bodices and a-llne skirtsof Col. and
velvet I A. Murphree. Mrs. Crier Fort Pierce; SHEETS
Rehearsal dinner for Bergman Notes a lighter green shade. Their. Kirkpatrick, Mrs Marcus Co- C. O'Neal Mrs. Latham Davis Mrs. John Meyer and Mils I
I Parker wedding party, headpieces were circlets of nant and Mrs. Roy Purvis. Mrs. Ed Peck, Mrs. Git- Alice Louise Meyer' Alexandria
Miss lions Bergman and her matching emerald green twisted books ford Beasley, Mrs. John Maln- Va; Mine Anne ftetxell. 71 a 101 er 1 n!;
fiance, Joseph Parker 7 p.m., By BILLIE B. HOFTErt [ velvet. All carried snowball were Keeping Mrs. Gordon guests II. Bitch es, and Mrs. Fred Cone. Cleveland. Ohio: Dr. and Mrs. Twin Fitted lortom ..............._._...... .
Primrose Inn.SATURDAY keenIn bouquets covered with white At one end of the ballro o m. Fred Conner William B. Con
Competition was really Secane Pa. Mrs. William G
; floor brass candelabra and tall .
camellias, sprays of Ivy and ner and James Conner Tusraloons. I II a 101 er 1.97
Mfis Linda Cerln ,
last McCrea er
: January 2 tile Master Point game holly and tied with emerald Mrs. Douglas Davis Tallahassee arrangements of green e r y Alas Miss Nancy Cal Decide Fitted B.tt m ........................
Bridesmaids' brunch, 11p.m. Monday evening at the Recreation green velvet ribbon. St. fanned a background for the Noun St. Augustine; Mr and
Miss Calhoun
Miss lIon Center. There were ten Miss Linda Anne Duncan, ; Nancy wedding cake table, covered Mrs. Howard Lesley, For I
honoring Augustine Miss Robin era. Coses .4r..3.7,93
Bergman, fiancee of Joseph tables In play. Average score daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ham, Mrs.; Robert V. Carpenter with a Brussells lace e I 0th. Lauderdale; Mr and Mri I ; <
Eiker C. Duncan and cousin of which was garlanded with sml Kerry M. Kelly Albany Ga:I
John E.
Parker; Mrs. for all players was lot. Miss Candact Gjbbs San
and Mrs. Carl Opp, HolidayInn. the bride was the flower girl Francisco Mlas Franclne Cannon lax. Mr and Mrs. Gordon II. Blltch, I FemoHi C'"O.BathTowels..
Mrs. H. L. Breland and the Her dress was similar In color ; Those. serving cake were Secane, Pa.; Mr and M u ,
Miss Mary Helen Cannon gat
writer won first place North- and design to those of the Miss Carol Cannon, all of Jacksonville .! Mrs Stephen P. White Jr.. Hop- William M. Slemona Ill. New . 970
of Miss 110na Kathryn bridesmaids. She K and Mrs. Ha Orleans Air and Mrs, David
Wedding South with a score of 121. Mrs. wore a ; Mill Delia Adklns, klnsvllla try ; Assorted Sues end Colon
Bergman, daughter of Mr. matching circlet of green flower A. Richardson Westfield N.J., U, Strawn, Indlalanllc M r'l
James and Mrs
and JohnE. Mrs. Fetter
and Mrs. Paul Bergman, and Jay A. Jones Jr. Dr. with emerald green velvet aunts of the bride; Mrs. Harry ,and Mrs. Charles Alford. Mary
Joseph Ernest Parker, ion of Craps, whose score was IS, streamers. Her bouquet was a ada.Donald Brooks, Ontario Can- C. Duncan Gainesville,. cousin Alice and Carol Alford, Mr I GO FIRST TO Uae Our
were second. Mrs. E. C. Kirkland miniature of the bridesm aids of the bride and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Bobby Ray Singleton, I
and Jay A. Jones, Jr. were bouquets.The Grandparents Assist Goff Columbus, Ohio, godmother Tslluhassee. I
third with 11)4, and Mrs. W. > bride's mother chose a Mr. and Mrs Cicero Addison of the bride. .,
Holiday E. Baringer and Mrs. W. H. floor length gown of D i lor Pound Sr, grandparents of Punch was also served froma WATER and ICE TEA I
Edwards were fourth with 1174 blue with a matching velvet the bride, Invited guests Into smaller table overlaid with a GLASSES "..

hat Her flowers were bronze the ballroom which was decorated Maderla cutwork cloth centered 'H M.*.fc ......f."' .
Mr. and Mrs. R.W.Jones cymbidium orchids. The bridegrooms with tall magnolia trees. with an arrangement of SPENCECHIMICAL
CalendarOf ran sway with first place East- mother wore a romance Presenting guests to the recelv-l white camellias In art antique
Nerth Main Street
West with a whopping score of blue gown with a se- log line were Mrs. 8. T Dell. silver container Mil SUPPLY co. I no II
137 Second place was won by qulned bodice, a white hat and,Mrs. James Nesbit Anderson Those. serving punch were f '
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catottl I I
Events whose score was 120. Mrs. T. S.
Hubbard and Mrs. W. H. Miller I
were third with 1124 and Mrs
TODAY, December 31 M. H. DePass and Miss Bernice I

I Gainesville Bridge Club, Brenke were fourth with 111.

7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. The Club win meet again this
evening at 7:30 at the Holiday
Teen Dance for Junior age
children of Gainesville Golf
and Country Club members
7.30 to 10:30: p.m., Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and INTERESTNOW

THURSDAY Mrs. Bruce December Courtney U hosts. e A"

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Dance TJttta," Women I pm."Con until It 13:31 til:: SERVICE $1,000 OR MORE FOR 6 MONTHS

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ProudOf Baby of the Year
Airman Michael E. Cordon Inch gun mount was placed
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver B. over her rocket launcher. !
Itself Cordon of Raiford has completed Some of the Philip's crew- Contest Rifles'I'I .
Air Force basic military men were given bit parts In
training at Lackland All Tex. the movie. \
Rules for the annual First of the Year \ ,:
WASHINGTON (AP) Postal Airman Gordon Is being assigned Baby contest were ;
official are proud some to a Strategic Air Command Krry B. It.. e t t. boiler announced yesterday by ten merchants sponsors of the event I I ',;rl{;ITo

are elated at how smoothly (SIC) unit at Larson man fireman apprentice. USN be declared winner, the following rules emit be followed ,:;
everything welt during the AFB, Wash., for training and son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hew. : ,0/0
Christmas mail rush and the duty as so air policeman.He ett of Route S, Is serving aboarj I. Parents be '
must residents of this
hiatus on deliveries. area.
three-day Is a graduate of Union the guided missile destroyer
t Official dale and time of birth will be taken from the I
thft first time anybody IntIie County High School in Lake USS John King, presently 1
For department could remember Butler operating with the U. S. Sixth Alachua ords. General and the University Teaching Hospital tea ,

carriers were given a Fleet In the Mediterranean.John .
: Christmas holiday Pot James R. Hinchfeld, IS, King normally operatesout 1 The first Infant born after midnight, December 31, 1944, 1
with three-day no mail delivered last Friday son of Mr and Mrs. John W. of Norfolk Va. will be declared the first baby of 1961.

Christmas Day Satur- Hlrschfeld 1404 NE Uth Fl., 4. Gift certificates will be held at the Sun advertising of. ,I'
or Sunday.The recently completed an 11-week Airman First Class Charles flee until claimed by the parents.
day, communications center special Cevlngtoa, son of Mrs. Lois Merchants sponsoring the contest are the Citizens Bank, I '
mail stacked up in some 1st course at the Army South- Covington of Starke has been G. Murphy Co., J. M. Fields, University City Bank, Baird
post offices, a department eastern Signal School at Fort selected Maintenance Man of Hardware Co., WlnnDixie Belk Undsey, Foremost Dairies,
spokesman said in an Interview Gordon, Ca.Hlrschfeld. the Month In his Strategic Air Firestone Store and Hoffman's Pharmacy.The .
but there were no reports of any riL1 was trained In the Command (SAC) unit at McCoy first baby born in 1964 was Jill Ross daughter of .
big pileups. And it all went out ; ,P use ot teletype sets In tape relay AFB. Dr. and Mrs. Robb Ross of Schucht Village. University of "
Monday. operations and In manual Airman Covington a machinist Florida. She was born at J:38 a.m., January 2, 1964. '
switching procedures.He was chosen 'In recognitionof
The, three-day accumulationwas entered the Army last his conduct and duty per -- -- -- .-- -- -- -
no unprecedented problem. d. June and completed basic i formance. He Is assigned to the

"The total amount of mail training at Fort Jackson, SC. 813rd Air Division. Local Talent Is
delivered on Monday was the Hirschfeld! was graduated The airman a graduate of Sought
same as the total amount on from Gainesville High SchoolIn Robert J. Edison High School

Dec. 22 and 40 million pieces 1944 attended Edward Wallers College For Exchange Club ShowTalented
less than the biggest day in the In Jacksonville.
Samual R. Tonownd, fireman '
rush the spokesman -
Christmas said. USN, son of Mr, and Mrs Eighteen ;outside Saigonat I local performers are star spots for the club's Big
Dorsey L. Townsend of Haw. Bien Hoa Air Ban, Alrmani being Invited by the Gainesville Night Revue Musical Variety
On Friday, Dec. 18, the peak thorne, Is a crewmember of the First Class Cecil C. son change_Club to compete for Show Jan. 30 at Buchholi JunIor
for deliveries an estimated total destroyer CSS Philip operatingout of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton FlemIng High School.
of 274 million pieces of mall of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. of 3707 NW 21st Place, Is 5 Women More than 20 variety acts are
was delivered across the coun The 22.year old destroyer re- helping do a job that Is the planned, Tom Hutson, club
try. The department estimatesthis : cently changed her oper.Uonalschedule backbone of U.S. Air Force president, said. Winners will be
year's Christmas mail to meet a rather unusual combat training and advisory Arrested ForShoplifting judged by applause meter and "
starting Dec. 1, at more than 7, It's a Long Way Down committment that of assistance to Viet Nam. will receive cash awards. !
billion pieces.It portraying the fictional destroy. Airman Hall an aircraft radio Performers may contact Hut \i'
Is estimated that 60 million er USS CassMay In the motion and of his Pa. \
repairman men son for la '"j
Sun photographer Eddie Da via turned aerialist (o get a bird's eye view of the appointments tryout
pieces that would have been Gainesville picture "In Harms Way" pro elfin Air Forces unit maintainthe Five Negro women were arrested
city utility department's new $30,000 telescopic line repair equip.menL *
delivered last Saturday were duced by Otto Premlnger. planes that Vietnamese .
The rig 65 feet tall at full extension, has other uses in addition to lift Tuesday evening for
delivered Monday. In the film, Cassiday makesan USAF aircrews fly acres! Jungles shoplifting at the Gainesville,
Ins photographers Mounted truck It will be wed
on a 30,000-pound primarily
Only the carriers got the holI- emergency sortie from Pearl and rugged terrain often Shopping Center
(in tree trimming, street lighting maintenance and live line work.
vacation. Rural power Harbor during the attack of I
day deliver] under fire In the fight against
wasn't affected Christmas and Dec. 1, 1Ml. Communist aggression. Helen Isaac, 23, 1111 SB 19thSt.
/" r 'u arNwM.rw
perishable packages were delivered To make the film seem realistic The airman Is a graduate of t. was arrested on t h Fee eav.
and sorters continued to News Media 'Guidelines'Approved great pains were taken to Raceland (Ky) High l School. counts of petty larceny and re- e..1 M N Ml MN/

work at the post offices. make Philip look like an authentic His wife Cypsie, Is the daughter Ming arrest. Toni 1 Unit Shew!
Postal officials decided they pre 1941 destroy of Mr. and Mrs Richard I She ran from the Invest-! First Area Run *
could grant the holiday when er. She was stripped of her bat- Daniel of River Ky. latin officer and later Jumped ''I OMNI:lOINOWATTiOOATTiOOfr
they foresaw no backup becauseof by Bar GroupPHILADELPHIA le ribbons and her squadron Airman Hall formerly resided from the patrol car while under 10,43
Insignia, and a wooden MY at JB01H Central Ave., Ashland arrest. I
"We knew early In the game Ky. Annie P. McCray, 17. D01 NW

people were mailing (AP) fair opportunity to explore the and attorneys be constrained Drill Team I 7th St., was arrested for petty
we probably had the earlier'I The Philadelphia Bar Association matter further. from discussing aspects of the Earl H. FISI:ton of Mrs. larceny along with two Juveniles
cessful 1 early mailing campaignIn has approved a series of The proposals specify; cases before and during the To Appear At Lola S. row: 730 SW Fifth St., and one whose age was not de-I
recent history," the spokesman "guidelines' that propose to Which details of a crime trial and other members of the 7th ermlncd r ave. "n
said.'People. restrict the release of information may be published and who Two former Pennsylvania InauguralsThe Infantry Division participated The juveniles were turned suwoaaa i

were using their ZIP to news media during may release such details. Supreme Court Justices spokeIn University of Florida's In Exercise Tying Tackle, s vcr to Alachua County 2.4 THII'ILL HIT AT t 100
codes, and that helped lot." criminal proceedings.The I Newsmen be denied access favor of the proposals at Billy Mitchell Drill Team will four-day field training exercise iff's Deputy Walter sher'l III OjATOft.SAMA CAMlroo
:Another boon was the weather statement of bar association to police reports and barred the special meeting. Former spear In two Inaugural parades held In Korea last month. ........... ,b.ll Hillo>f. 944
which held good In most of policy was approved from offices of certain public Chief Justice Charles Alvln next month. The 25-year-old soldier entered .. I" .
Ute! country except for theNorthwest yesterday by a voice vote o f officials Jones called the approval of The select group of A I rForce the Army In June Ittt and kr 1 MICHAflCAHANNIW 1d HIT AT ',10
where floods raged. about ,,700 of the 3,700 association Cameras radio and television the "guidelines" a 'step In Reserve Officer Training.was last stationed at Fort Sam ; INTERNS

Officials also figured they members present at a equipment be barred the right direction and It la Corps cadets has been Invited Houston, Tex. \Ioc ... ., I
could save 13 million or $4 mil- special meeting. from an courtrooms. a noble step.* to participate In the parade He Is a 19i' graduate of Lincoln MI." PLAN NOW *
lion by not having to pay extra The Motion called for appointment I There be no release of Former Stats Supreme honoring Gov. elect Hayden High School and entered '.s........ I TO ATTIND OUR
for holiday work or giving com- of a special com-; Information concerning a suspect's Court Justice Thomas D, Mo Burns at Tallahassee on- Jan St. Phillip's\ College In San Antonio GALA NEW YIAR'S
pensatory time.off for weekend mittee to study the proposals police record, or descriptions Bride said: S. ,Tex. MT Nl tan ..* work. further, with the help of law of loot, weapons or The team will Journey to
The .department said it had enforcement officials I and other "physical articles" .They (news media) want Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20
received no complaints. news media representatives Newspapers would not to pander to the public so they] to perform In the Presidential You've Hoard About Them !

This weekend, Friday Jan. 1, Tt stipulated that "no steps be publish evidence until It comes can sell more newspapers"'Freedom Inaugural Parade, prior (o the Modern
Is another holiday. The Post taken to Implement the present out in court and Is part of the "' of the press lathe Inauguration of President Lyn I Shoe RepaIr Shop Now- See, ..
right to print not to don Johnson Hwr and
Office department will be backto report until the chancel court record. gather
news newspapers have Cap Norman L farmer laIn Enjoy Their A # ,
standard operating procedure lor's committee had had a Members of the Judiciary )
No C mall on Friday, but It no more right to barge In on charge of the Billy Mitchell Heels. Artachtd 1.1..rCHUCK ,
will usual Satur- the police or the district attorney unit It will be the only drill 5 Mlns.
go through as "
day. MC of 'You Don't Say' than any other citizen team In the Washington piade > C
Soles Attached
The only reason they aren', from Florida. : JEANNI .
thrown out Is that they are Mins.At ,
Girls Hurt Has Tricks Up His Sleeve powerful "and hats I long LibraryVill I 15 Pianist and/ ,
memories. Two Locations :yj. .
Close Jan. 1 '
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP nounrer's Job and doing com McBride said It was In the I 1620W, Ualv. A... Vocalist/ "-
In Wreck I Television-Rddto Wrllrr mercials. public Interest that no man The Gainesville Public LJrary -,I C.rlyit Puss. DI,.. PNMIW.r
NEW YORK (AP) Tom' Now he puts In a couple of get less than a fair trial and will be closed iQ day, FI '-OJ l' sad C..eAPPEARING

Two teen age girls were Kennedy as a large number of very busy days a week tapingthe the newspapers were attemptIng ".. Jan I, 1:16: $. However, It will be i 101 N. Mele St. NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M.UNITED .
slightly Injured last night of "You to make that "Impossible. open again on Saturday, January -
women and some men housebound five-day output Ot f>. lit Noll MitkFR AT
when their car swerved out of) with head colds know. Is Don't Say. His preparation, ], from 10.00 am. to -52l I
control and hit a parked car the nice-looking, pleasantmannered consists of making certain his Not Really! 1.00 p.m., Its regular schidle. LIQUORS

In the rear at SW Uth Place fellow who each afternoon sports Jackets are wrinkle-free. .- --
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and 13th Street presides over an NBC program Nobody sees me from the TRUMANN Ark. (AP Ken LamplighterLounge
Wanda M. Nolan" 17, t the urine which studio contestantsand waist down" he said. LaGrone editor of the Truman

driver. 2329 NW 11th 32t Ave SE,72nd and celebrity guests team up to "So I Just keep eight Jacketsat shop Democrat window reports here:this sign in s NEW YEAR'S BUFFET t North MeU at N.W. 10th A,..
Sharon Lowry, 18, play a word gams. the studio and change them Cell 37MIJ
St. treated and released "Our lingerie Is the finest
were between shows.
from Alachua General Hospital Kennedy likes his Job, enjoys The celebrity guests, particu- Smart. women wear nothing 1 11 :30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 t o 7 p,m.
riding herd on the players and know ilae" fey Per A "SIIII" '' Get A MD,n ."
for minor Injuries.The larly the women also
win lit
hopes "You Don't Say" goon Friday, January
parked car was owned about this costuming dodge and
forever To4. end Thursday
John 2M1 NW 31st likely to turn op'wlth five r I
by Claypool are
for Adults
"Before I got this show" he 1,00. ':00. J:05. 7110, ,2GThis $2.00
Place. A total of Its In damages different blouses.
both cars confessed, "I made quite s good WM the under 12
was done to I was surprised one day lummetl $1.25 for children
to officers. living making bad pilots and the studio audience Clayboy
according with trying out same shows that never so was I JAMES BONO IS BACK IN ACTION 1 Ih
Miss Nolan was charged when Uzbeih Scott walked onstage never
careless driving. went anywhere. for a show. She wan wearing
Officers said the Nolan car made a bad pilot for every pro- a sequin lop. very elaborate } This fOl'let.f i! Hew Veer's Eve Dinner SilO pim..ltlO ,.....
had seat belts, but the belts dearer In Hollywood"H. the and a pair ot well-worn blue :
worked his Into
were not being used at the way Jeans" Kennedy said.
specialized field from an an-
time of the accidentCENTRAL
I "I'" Cot a Secret,* CBS' Ho EL THOMASa1MJfrrYlr,9lonk

perennial panel show keeps Y
re-Ulnf along year after year
I SEE by For awhile this fan Jt looked as

if Carry Moore's replacement, 615 N.E. 2nd StrutfR 29501SUBURBIA
SUre Allen would change the
character of 0M program. III

I the SUN didn't give the long-playing pan
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to aonnal and the show DRIVMM
HOSPITAL Howard Emmett E. ParrUh,1 probably win go on another Ityears. THEATRESTARTS
December 21. 1*. Hartrovfl baby girl!, Margaret! IC TOUCHES TURKS TO EXCTTEJWNT!

BIRTHS Rollins and baby girl Karea Recommended tea I g h t' TONIGHT 7:00
Mr and Mrs. Amber Wr Ana MueMe, Rosrana Rutland.:"Projection '$5," NBC, l. l!
US NE W II.. a girl. Diana Hag Cynthia Gamble EST the network's assemb led flail HATUM SICONO rurusi k kIt
pen ADMITTED Ronald BaUamo.POLICE. foreign correspondents Ute a, lfii. imuJ kr
look anu the future.
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and the
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Sun Sports Editor 1
JACKSONVILLE: I have no Idea whether Florida coach "''lJ d.', basketball Gators were 1I

Norman Sloan Is writing a new book on how to play college 40I much like a flock of young

basketball but his Gators have played two straight games ten before Christmas when I
just the way it should be, according to the "book." T they awaited Santa's visit is

Even the most optimistic Florida fan had his eyes opened they smashed Wake Forest

wide Tuesday night by the poise, smoothness and ease of the 12-6J Tuesday night to reach

Gators' lopsided victory over Wake Forest the finals of the Gator Bowl ,1
Florida did everything well la this ene, every phase of tourney at the Coliseum her*.
the game, Including aggressiveness which brought them a 4w That is to say they were r

few fouls too many. "very very good" In handingthe
An LSU scout (the Gators play the Tigers Monday night Deacons a solid setback

hl Gainesville) was Impressed to put It mildly. and moving Into the title gameat
That Keller" he said. "For a sophomore, he does It all. I:1S: tonight against Texas

He shoots, rebounds, plays defense, Is fast-he's a good (8-60 victor over Georgia in '
one. the other contest Tuesday, t Ltu' ICer l f / '
"That Tomlinson. I like a big man who can shoot. And he i: The Gators opened the game

knows his way around the beards,too. t .,y e', 4 di aK by hitting their first ave shots

Calls Baxley a Cutie"That a y from the floor, played solid

defense snarled Wake For. ln
Baxley he's pretty cute out there with his play. ; 1 b M1j est's driving offense off the

making. And I like the way he keeps those hands moving d, high post and commanded rebounds
around even though his man doesn't have the ball That's -' at both ends of the
how he makes those steals." floor.

The LSU scout wasn't through. Be said LSU knew all CENTER JEFF RAMSEY CRABS REBOUND Issue Settled Quickly
about Brooks Henderson's defensive ability and he didn't Wake Forest never got untracked -
.6-10 sophomore helps UF dominate backboardo.a .
miss the way sophomore giant Jeff Ramsey kept sticking as Florida shot to a .fi rwar b 044w-/r
that long arm la a Wake Forest player's face when ODe trieda 11-4 lead In less than three
close-in shot minutes. The Gators worked .' ,1 1'i

"I'm glad we play Georgia first!," the LSU advance man their way to a IJ-point bulgeat 1auru M00. N ..ea owl.

13-17 with about seven minutes BROOKS HENDERSON HITS FIELD COAL FOR GATORS

remaining in the initial Florida guard scored 17 points In 82-63 victory
half. And all of the fine crowdof
.432 knew It was all over, ile to the Red and Black. Once leading scorer protected his Texas had a sophomore
Including Deacons' coach the Longhorns went Into a status with a 27.point outburst too, Bo Rothchlld, who topped

Bones McKinney 1 man-to-man they began comIng but he got little help from (-T It scoring with U points. But

-k ; Sophomore Gary Keller back. Jerry Waller who counted the Longhorns parlayed speed,
turned in a second straight Texas overhauled Georgiaat only nine muscle and an aggressive/ de- i
superlative show, leading boll the midway point in the In the second half Georgia fense Into the edge that Georgia
; : Ii
first half and eased ;'
IF gradually
teams In scoring with 2 31 unveiled couldn't overcome.
Wedn.sday, December 30, 1964 to a J2-J7 Intermission margin,I IThat's Impressive "
points, topping rebounds with In guard Dwayne Powell The Lone Star State crew i
said. ""That will give Jay (LSU coach Jay McCreary) a a dozen and blocking numer the way It went through who hit six of seven shod and now is M for the year and {I
the final 20 minutes too.
of scouting reports on Florida. We're goingto ,
couple more ous shots played well Georgia' dropped to M. '
need them." Keller also managed to work The Longhorns opened gsps
In truth rarely have the Gators looked as sharp as they his way downcourt on the fast of six to nine points; then 'I
did against Wake Forest Tuesday night. They've now put Rules break to make the layup or Georgia would, trim it down to'
back-to-back games together as their showing against North Change tap In rebounds as the Gators three or four but no closer.,

Carolina was a fine one, too.Consistency. outdid Wake Forest at the ruts Gets 17
CountsThe Deacons' own running style Georgia's Jimmy Pitts, the I I \

In the opening minutes, Tom South' eastern Conference's
Puts' '
test of what Sloan calls consistency will begin to DamperOn Baxley, playing a floor game FSU See theCOTTON
make it mark tonight. The Gstors need to defend their Ga- that drew applause from the Falls /

tor Bowl cage title by beating Texas and go on to opening fans even though he ended
conference wins over Tulane and LSU this weekend at home with only 10 points, stole the To
This would provlda a flv.-... wla string, a M conference McKinneyBy ball three or four times to kelp CrciglilonOKLAHOMA BOWL

record and most Important momentum. An of dill set up IT field goals CITY (AP) -

would lead to a Jan. I, roa lam at Anbara at which they: LARRY WOODS "Keller seems to be Baxley and Brooks Crelghton'i alert tone defense
front the In the INS Improving son, No. 2 Florida
would start separating the mea boys Jlender-I
SEC race. SUB Sports Writer with every lime and, .s 17 points manipulated deliberate,!

Sloan said at the start of the year that the Galore, with JACKSONVILLEit: was the anyone can recall, I said earlier da's offense with poise as they,tonics an 15-77 defeat in their NewYoar's
natural Improvement, could become a factor In the SEC evident after watching Horace men meaning Keller stripped whatever dignity the rough see saw, connotation'
scramble this season provided they were steady In thell, (Bones) McKinney here Tuesday and Ramsey, must 'come Deacons sought to show I game In the All-State Datkctball\ I
In the Caters have followed brilliant through if we are to,win this Fine First Hall
play previous seasons night that this year's rules Tournament Tuesday night. \
games with unaccountable poor ones/ <* changes have put a damper on year, Tomlinson t The first half was one r if the C Florida State led 10 times and Day,:
The truth is, to date Florida has played well for a half one of basketball's most colorful Dick raised t h. finest turned In by any Catorte.m r the game was tied 11 times be I
dozen games, counting typical first game troubles with Virginia characters. scouting eyebrows Gf a Lou .. since Sloan took over th e fore Crelghton pulled away for
I lana State man who was Impressed coaching reins five years ago I
Military. Bones who has been knownto I 4f1.38 halftime ,advantage
They'll\ start setting them up In the other alley tonight. throw a towel to the rafters, with the way Tomll Florida hit 11 of X field goals; I ARKANSAS ,
Texas will be a good test with Its run-shoot-guard closely was behind the eight ban mOlt son got the Galore oft to I for a 52.7 shooting per cent Harry lilts 31 I II
tactics. quick lead over Wake Forelt. The Gators limited Lake Forest .
the Run of the evening as his Wak. And Tom Baxley was acknowledged to just seven field goals As Hurricanes I NEIHASKAOver
Caught on Forest team bowed to Florida by McKinney and Sloan and only II shots.If .

Florida's list of football signets reportedly up to IS. One In the second game of a twin- for his typical floor leadership there was a UF weakness,, Take Tourney I WJXT .
of the latest catches is guard Bob Young first-team bill at Jacksonville's plush Coli- over-foul .....1I'J./
prize and flashy ball handling it was a tendency to MIAMI BEACH ,(AP Rick Al 1(45 P.M.
high school all-stater from Jacksonville Beach Fletcher seum. McKinney apparently coutdn' Wake Forest bit IS of 20 chart Barry, the nation's leading scorer I ..ilCosponsored
It appears that Coral Gables' quarterback Larry Rents will Regulations this year Ins leton resist taking a last verbal poke t1 chances In the first 20 minutes led Miami to an W-7J victory !
pass up a college football scholarship to stick with baseball coaches sitting more on the at his old friend and rlva I over Maryland last night by The Hartford insurance Group
where he Is a fine shortstop.. Rents likely will\ go to bench and giving less advice to coach: Sloan as he told reporters Keller: combined with his; and the Hurricane Basketball and brought to you by

Miami The story they were telling at the Gator the officials Overzealous antics "Florida still owes us a I fellow soph from St. Petersburg Class Championship I
Bowl cage tourney Tuesday night went like this. Wake For* call cause a team precious 'game In Wlnston-Salem. Maybewe 1 Jeff Ramsey to give the With about seven minutes to HOWARD HALL

est coach Bones McKinney called a GB official and said he penalty shots If a coach gets can lure Norm and his boy Gaines mastery of rebounds go Barry put Miami ahead IIM -

wanted to play In the tourney this year against Florida. out of hand. out our way before I long and Wake Forest had no one to after Maryland had led by, AGENCY
Reason: "I brought two great basketball teams to Gainesville The subdued Bones he still try and settle the score." :match the ['F twosome In seven points al one time. Barry:,
and got beat both times by a couple of cheesey Florida managed to give the referees a height. finished the night with M points M5c.Muh.tSv- FR 2.3456

teams. This year I've got the cheesey team and I want to little advice now and then arr aeeevs___+ +1s___ The- Deacons' fine Boards. to give him a two-day tournament -, /
beat a great Florida team." Fans who plan to take in to patted Florida on the head following i --- !John Anderson and Bob Leonard ,; record of 79. 'I
night's finals of the tourney will get a real treat from the last night's big win for Solve Case did most of the damage
halftime show by the Junior Trotters of Spartanburg, SC. the Gators. : for the losers. They cut off the

These six youngsters, dressed like the big Trotters can do "We played Just about eur ;high post for numerous drlv
everything to a basketball but make it talk First usual game. We have played OllUi"illgCl'ge :Ing layups hit well from mil
question asked by Norman Sloan's children when they I better but not much" sighedthe 'side and turned several Fieri MOTT'S
learned the family would stay at the Roosevelt Hotel again Deacon coach. Jcnics da floor mistakes Into trail

this week (scene of last year's disastrous fire) was, "What "I'm afraid Norm (Sloan) :and layups In the last half Thorobrfdt
floor are we on?" The mysterious ease of Anderson led with 21 and
snowed a lot of people Into the mining basketball jer- Leonard had K. But I tender __
thinking we should have come .. 1001 N.W. 6th St. FR C.73I7
1 at the University of ,son did a yeoman Job on Lo
into this tournament.. a faorite -
Florida was almost solved nard the Deacons' leading ..-
I think that was a bill by a pair of Qatar football I
with a 20-pnlnt avenge !
uinaiiu1 joke even to start with" said coaches. I Th e.' TIRE SALE!

ones. Saturday afternoon the ,second straight and boosted
- -- I McKinney said Florida "po Florida assistants Billy the Caters to a U mark THUROFARE
Ins acnoose.in : A1111.1 10. e.e.- tentially could be a great club" Kinard and Pepper Rodgers ,Wake Forest now la 44. 6.70115 750 x 14
03'4 ...._ C1.0.NlLnw and praised Broob-Henderson were playing tennis Dmsdaale ACC
,. C11.ww"as ;
Cram CM terMM pe01's n OWMMIM. aJaaMwu" 5.v1 1t. Ir.V...., for containing Wake Forest's on the varsity courta when I Coming ea the heels of a 6.95 I 9.95
......10,10 710 0,03 10 Ar.1.10 '- N high scoring guard Bob Leon a big boxer dog trotted 7J-M win North Carolina
.. *MC* I10.1r.dslnrllrr __ c'.TIIW '1.01.41II.a i ever Tube Type heck Tutelest/ 4 Ply Sleek
/ w ard. acme the court Gators can I
wearing a be that the
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Namath Offered fantastic

Outside Shooting "' v I

$389,000 From AFL JetsBy

Paves Paxon Win' ,_ MIKE RATHET pro football history hard to and San Francisco of the NFT;

i Associated Prose Sports Writer believe.. Wilson apparently signed a contract
f a Alabama with the Patriots on Aug.
quarterback Jw
t First there was the offer 25 the league office says |
Namath has
been offered
), By NIS NISSEN 1389. made to Namath for $100,000 a
contract and
has the then
000 to sign with the New York
Assistant Sports Editor for three years plus a new the 4ger.
year signed with after the
Jets of the American Football
J The art of long-range shooting limousine and other bonuses last
Sun game Saturday
1 League. In 1947, with that kind
in of
was the difference two h. r totaling In the nelgWwrhood!
of the slate's better Class AA of money, you could have $85,000. That would make the Vince Dooley Georgia coach,
basketball teams here la it bought the Detroit Lions son of a Neaver Falls, Pa. gas said the university plans to pro.
night. twice and itlll received $69- station attendant the highest test to AFL Commissioner Joe

41I Ron Butler and Gary Pajclc 000 change. priced rookie eyer. Foss because Wilson signed
were players proving the point The astounding offer to Na while he was still In school and
ts Jacksonville Paxon downed math, a major target In the Could that really be the price said representatives of the Bos.

Ocala 75410 In the semifinals multi million-dollar pro football :was the first question posed" ton club no longer are welcomeon
sFI of the Gainesville Holiday Classic rtI R signing war between the National : "It's more than that said a the Georgia campus
and American Football spokesman for the St. Louis
Butler and Pajclc consistently : leagues. was revealed to The Cardinals who asked not to be "I don't blame the Georgia!

bombed the basket with It Associated Press Tuesday in Identified coach for being upset" said

smooth 'Jump shots as the Miami by sources close to Na- to get him Patriots' President Billy SullIvan
"We'll more
math and the Jets. pay "But I don't think it was
flew the \towering
r Eagles past for
.. than has ever been paid a
y > Ocalans In a well-played game. At the same time another rookie," admitted Coach Weeb our responsibility to notify the
Butler bagged 11 field goals passing whiz, Tulsa'i Jerry Ewbank of the Jets "We expectto coach. That was the player
and finished with a game-high Uiome, signed with Dallas of him." responsibility. There was no
24 points, while Pajclc pouredin .Ir.'k a the NFL although he was of- Namath's signing Is expectedto undue" pressure on this boy to

seven shots from the floor fered more money by the be announced this weekend sign..

and 15 markers. AFL' Houston Oilers. after Alabama meets Texas In Sullivan also said "We have

Offset Curchla And Georgia's All-America the Orange Bowl game Friday:notified San Francisco that we

Thee talented duo's play off I'J tackle, Jim Wilson, wound up night I have a signed contract we
set an outstanding performanceby : with two contracts one from Rhome was a future pick In are assuming they didn't know
}V n +K rY Ocala'a huge I 7, 240- I'IIOTO. ., C"'C "INTONI each league. both leagues and bad been traded -:we already had a signed contract .
pound center Jeff Curchin who PAXON'S SELLERS (20) LEAPS FOB BALL All three case. bore the markof to Houston by the Jets In -

dumped In 23 points and pull- Also In Play Are Ocala'a Purvis (32), Stein (43) the highest bidding war in turn for the rights to Namath: :I
ed down countless rebounds. Rhome said the Oilers Bad offered There was one'other big name
Green Cove Springs cam: e him more money but "I signing Wake Forest fullback
from behind for the second ABOUT ALABAMA PLANSTexas' want to play In the National,Brian Piccolo going with the

straight night to defeat Dun- Football League, which Is Chicago Bears. Piccolo, the na-
.1 nellon, 53-48 In the night's I stronger than the AFL." tlon's leading college scorer and
first game and earn a berth in Royal Guessing'MIAMI I ground gainer was not pickedin

the finals .. Big Battle either the NFL or AFL draft
Paxon and Green Cove will I Rhomes contract with the and was a free agent.

clash at 130: tonight for the Fla. (AP) Texas Phil Harris put In a light work- The Orange Bowl game will Cowboys stipulates he cannot be
ARMS: STRETCla'FOR REBOUNDPaxon'a while football coach Darrell Royal it : sold traded for the first year.
tourney championship, :wt showing little If or,
any, signsof \ be the sixth meeting betweenthe WalkNEW
Sellers (20) In Front Ocala and Dunnellon square off worried about the crash Orange I So he will be In Dallas, battling Long
a pulled leg muscle.
two schools and Alabama
at 7 o'clock In a consolation owl program Alabama's na: veteran Don Meredith and
match. Janal football champions put 1 If Harris Isn't ready to go n never has been able to beat rookie Craig Morton for the YORK (AP"I saw

Wichita Loses Paxon and Ocala battled on nto effect when quarterba would make a lot of differencein Texas. Alabama puts a spotless quarterbacking Job Mickey Mantle hit that"500-foot
even terms in the first quarterof Joe Namath reinJured his troublesome our offense" Royal said 104 record on the line againstthe Where Wilson will be, however home run this season, says
their contest with Butler right knee. 'We're playing the national Longhorns. who are 9-1, with Just might be a question I comedian Joe E. Lewis "You
staging a one-man show for the Royal who will be trying to champs and It will take everything only a one-point loss to Arkansas for' lawyers to decide. I know I haven't e v e n walked
I Coach Shocked Eagles. The M guard-forward eep 'i xas' perfect recorc wt've got to beat them," to mar their record. Drafted by Boston of the AFL that far In six months"
pumped In 13 of Paxon'i II against Alabama Just that In the

points at the Eagles took: a 18- New Year's Day classic, said
IS lead at the end of the quar he status of Namath has him
At ter. guessing about what to expect.
,/ I Pulled Away Alabama Coach Paul Bryant

.. Paxon pulled away In the said Royal, who coached his Tlretone'STARTS

l By MIKE RATHET ; Billy Oakes held out of practice second quarter and was never xnghorns to last year's national -
f Amoclated Press Sports Writer by St. Joseph's coach Jack threatened the remainder of championship, has nothing to
the worry about as far as trying to
t game
Wichita Basketball coach Ramsey because be was in a
I Gary Thompson didn't ny a kite slump, broke a 38-aU tie with aone Butler connected on two more guess what he will do. "This
Jumpers, and Pajclc and for Jilng Just happened too laU to
but the way be figures It he got handed Jump In the final "
a bigger shock In Philadelphia two minutes of the first half and ward Ron Sellers came throughas change much, Bryant said.
the the Eagles outscored the Namath, who will\
than Ben Franklin. Hawks kept the lead the contract
rest of the Wildcats, 1M, and left tht professional football END '
'"This Is the last time I'll way floor at halftime with a 34-2) with the New York Jets of the !
come here," Thompson said Oakes finished with 21 points advantage. American Football League Saturday OF THE

Tuesday night after his second' while teammate Marty Ford Paxon continued the assault for approximately $389.- YEAR TODAY
ranked Wheatshockers were topped the scorers with 27. Dave In the third period and uppedthe 000, hurt his knee during a routine
beaten by loth-ranked St Jo- Stallworth, Wichita's All-America margin to J3-39. Ocala workout Tuesday.
seph's, Pa., 77-W In the championship had 24 points. pulled to within eight po totsat I "If Namath la needed I'm m

game of the Quaker City Indiana rode the amazing 37-43 midway through the sure ne will be able to play,", Don't miss out on these outstanding BARGAINS! Outl'
Basketball Tournament I. said Alabama trainer Jim Coos-
,! quarter on two straight Jumpers
shooting the Van Aradalebrothers
by guard Billy Moore but tree. "The Injury Is painful but Discontinued lines floor models demonstrators
I Thompson's complaints were they did not miss could is nothing like what happened to they go -
and of of U shots come no
about the fans course any they attempted
him the otber two times he hurl I IIt.
the officiating. In the second half to Its victory Ocala failed to threaten In trade-ins scratch & dent overstocks. items
( over Memphis State. Tom the final quarter and trailed I ,
"I don't have rabblbt ears," Van Arsdale scored 21 by as much ss U points on But Bryant said h. Is getting I
said Thompson, "but some of six more than brother Dick. several occasions ready for the game on the assumption I one-of-a-kind! Be here early to avoid disappointment! ji I

Lit: things that were said were Guard Buddy Caron and Sellers that Namath will not
pretty bad. Th. fans are too Miami came from behind to also bit double figures for be able to play even a single'
loud. I beat Maryland In the last seven the Eagles with 13 and 12 minute He will start Steve
minutes. Rick Barry who finished points respectively. Sloan also nursing; a bum kneel
As for the officials, Thompson with M points, put the Moors Dill 11 at quarterback with untested
aid they were "not consistent Hurricanes ahead to stay 81-80 Moore backed Curchin for Wayne Trimble wilting in the'
In their calls. disagree with up New Take-off Tires3710xl5tuBlk. 1 l16"PhilcoPortable 18 & Girls
by hitting a basket with 7:M to Ocala with IS points coming wings. I Boys
the tempo. There is more body go. Wayne Beckner added 20 mostly on 'Jump shots. "We have nothing but respect,

contact" here than In the MId- points for Miami. Green Cove trailed by three for Texas," Bryant ..ld.1 TV
weaL i "They've got a solid Bikes
23 Points points at tht end of the first
tl Fouls i with but well-coached team that stacksup
quarter Dunnellon
The Wheatshockers had 23 two Fred foul Hetzel shots hit and a Dick basket Snyder and pulled another of Its comebacks favorably'" with Auburn de-I 1 1- 670xl! tu Blk.
fouls called against The (Devils tied It fensively. Auburn was one of! 519"PhilcoPortable
personal up,
sank a basket to Davidson
pull 20/1 24/1 & 26/1
the best defensive in the
them by referees John Stevens out front against Ohio U. after %5-25. at halftime and thin
and Jim Lennon to It for SL the game had been tied clgMtimes squeezed through In the second nation this year."We've 1-650x16
made a few adjustments TVs
(tW Joseph's-and actually) lost the through the first 14 half
game at the foul llns. Each minutes. Hetzel and Snyder Mike Bartholf connected on because Namath won'tlplay I tu.blk. 6 ply
team connected for 21 field each scored 23 points. five free throws In the I.a t but we Just don't have the 17Trikes2820x15
i goals but the Hawks made 20 of minute of play to preserve the time to do an a"fullot.It Bryant I 2-Console Stereo.
2t foul shots to 13 of 15 for Wich Meanwhile, the other 10 tournaments victory. The Devils held a said. "This puts a lot more
ita. were setting up their slight 47.41 lead when Bartholf pressure on our defense, but the 10" 16/1 & 20"
pairings for tonight's finals went to work at the foul line boys on that unit have always
The upset was the second In Here's how they came out: AXON CmM, *HJ| P.lck. 11- been able to come up with the tu blk. sec.2650x15. 6PortableStereoHiFi
two nights pulled oft by the Kill a.a..I. *M| UvMrmllL .-... saving plays this year."
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l. >+4 .II. awls tunttII
Hawks, extended their unbeaten Los Angeles Classic .t-Ml 1, ..." ., *>l. T.....> II.n.* There was good cheer In the
to 10 and continued local Fourth.ranked UCLA thumped OCALA Pwvlh' MM H..,. .,-.> 4-Combat Sets
string ciKtnin. loai onmn/ +HI w.ire Texas camp Wednesday as Roy-
mastery of the 4-year-old tournament Minnesota (3-77 and Utah outlasted NIL T*)..ht tt-44 al watched Injured wlngbackLSUGeorgia
St Joseph's also won Iowa 288. lew** tf GwMmM M""ftII I tu blk. sec.1850x14
0.M. II sun MOHitW I Ii
the tournament in 1M1 while WCAC at San Jose Calif. cove IMINOi 0* Recorders
Villanova and LaSalle won the Uli Pwfevi ..M> MUKMM. ;.,; : 2-Tape 1 Scat Car
Fifth ranked San Francisco hid Jan.., 5-5-Ii. -.... t-s. 's'- 1
others. to battle for a. 6047 triumphover .*-!* T....., tM.lfOUNNIUON i Game On I
Sixth-ranked Illinois, which San Jose State after Santa 1411 *. ..-..>*an***4i nuiM. IJtl ..Jod...... Cage
...., blk. 32-Table
dropped a '71-71 decision to SI.Joseph' Clara defeated Pacific 71-71. ... .I41.......T.I, | IMMM -*> TV Saturday I sec.1710x15. Radios 1 1-Fire Truck
CM atttt la n M 1OMMMHM --
Monday night, took Big Eight at Kansas City U ii n tM BATON ROUGE, La. The 1
third place In the tournamentwith Walt Wesley's II points led Kansas two dark horses of this year's
a 7443 victory over Villa- to a 34-U victory ever Kansas 'SEC basketball race, the Georgia I 16 T ran. Radioslie.
I nova. City and into the title game Guerin Debut Bulldogs and the LSU TIger .! tu w/w sec.

The Quaker City was one ol against Colorado which broke a ( ., clash head on at the
six tournaments which crowned tie on Lynn Baker's basket with Is John M. Parker Agricultural 11
champions Tuesday night while 2:47 remaining and edged Missouri RelaxingST. I Center at 2:30: p.m. Saturd a y?,
classics U4LAltCollege EST to Inaugurate the f I rst
other major holiday LOUIS (AP-Coach) Richla :annual "SEC Basketball Game''
moved through preliminary ae at Oklahoma City Guerln of the SL Louis Just S.y.
of the Week" TV aeries The 10
and set the stage for a
ten DePaul whipped Brigham Hawks could almost be heard w..5
I week: series will run throe gh
night spotlighting
Wednesday It final program plus the heralded Young 14-7 before Oklahoma 'yawning on the bench Tuesday March! I, and will be seen en a 93- StQ
Individual duel between city trounced Xavier of Ohio (0- night: "Its a snap. There's 34. station network In Diet 0 1)I)

t Caszte Russell of to lnked I nothing to this coaching," :states I HpRG
Michigan and Bill Bradley or Far West Classic at Portland AQ be had to do was sit back John McKeithen Governor ,5. ,.
Princeton in the semifinalss of Ore. Oregon Slate held off and watch his Hawks race away ,of Louisiana will get the series 150.00 10.00
Northwestern 1745 and Tennessee from the San Francisco Warriors ni* beI..n" pwmrWarn
under MQlll
the Holiday Festival at New way by throwing up the and .. .leg bluktr.Wirelnt 00 ,. jd0.00 1100
defeated Oregon 70.12.Gator 122-IN with a runandgun :first ball I r a t "
York. Umktr am ftijiMto tot 1s.0o
Bowl at Jacksonville\ offense" that must have The host school, LSU. will be pntiMn. tUndnnw chiMM- 1dM tat 500 00
t ladlana Rolls F).. Texas upended Georgia,pleased Ben Kerner, owner of) spotlighted on "I'nivcrs: 1 11 y plated Intth. oM 400.00 20.00
Besides Wichita only one our M40 and Florida took Wake the National Basketball Showcase," Including an a p- limn .". *Additional 444 ea. rose o
er ranked team was Involved In Forest C41 ciation chio. ptaraoce by ks president Dr.,
a title game Tuesday night with Sugar Bowl at New Orleans The game was the tint )Asao-I'John A. Minter !
seventh-rated Indiana walloping Vanderbilt belted Texas Tech Hawks under Guerln. who The "Halftone Hootenanny.
Memphis State ll-M in the 13-73 and Louisville tripped over the club Monday when featuring outstanding elk
Memphis State Classic. Georgia Tech 77-7t Kerner fired Harry GaUatin. .singing groups in concert en
Miami of Florida won the Gulf South Classic at Shreveport "It was a perfect game as far the basketball floor will make' _
Hurricane Classic at Miami by La Arkansas crushed as I was concerned Guerla its debut with the Just Three" i __ OPEN
downing Maryland W-7X Davidson Mississippi mi and VMI outlasted said They made coaching and Kent LeoriL
annexed the Charlotte Invitational Centenary 91-$. tasy. Everyone did the Job. Coaches Jay Mcc I
with an 1143 triumphover Sun Carnival at El Paso<< Tex "The only changes we made I LSU and Red Lawson atGeot- where your dollar buys EVERY
OhIo University Pern New Mexico walloped TCV were to add a couple sew plays gia win appear ea the "Coaches MILES more N IGHT
State edged Detroit 73-73 In the 7Iand Texas Western beat 11 and also adjust our fast break. II Corner segment at the \\OJd o J
Motor City Classic! wrapup and William and Mary 5 -Il. I believe we have the personnel to end el the pine. 304 W. Univ. TILL I
Baylor defeated denuon tt-W Kodak Classic at Rochester,run a lot and I think yes get Sportscasters John Fergus a
I for the championship/ of the N.Y.-Navy torpedoed 'ordlla..1 more shoo whet you run* and Ed Thilenius will serve as FR 6.7561 kept SundaySaturdays
t. Polnsettia classic at Greenville: tt 7S and Rochester edged Bar- No ether games were scheduled ffr&Mts for the _tin and wifl TlUJ S
S.C. vard 73-71. Tuesday sight la the NBA. describe the action. I

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REVIEW"s r y + the Son wire services \

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia ROMS! President Sarago

U. S. is severely criticizedIn begins his 7 year term with
1 Malaysian Parliament; members call for) disarmament aDd
: I Late Morning of ruling party charge U.s. peace; gives heavy emphasisto

, tried to take advantage of new workers' housing, public
1 Readers' N.Y. Listing country. health and education In Inaugural
Request KUCHING. Sarawak Authorities address.

Allis dial 19% Int Pap &i Intensify efforts to uncover LEOPOLDVILLE!: Congo -

The tolkwii. mMul .wtattaM' .r. Alcoa 59% Jones L 6t%, underground pro Chinese n to 30 more white hostage
' _led _I....'" *.. '"*" It* Am Air 43% Xen'cott S9H Communist movement are believed to have been slain

: wrnLMO : TIltat. STOCK LISTINGS I Am Can 42% Ug & My 11% BONN West German parliament by rebels In Wamba.

\ Pierce Wulb ern Murphey Am Cyan 66% Loch'd 38 to debate U. S. granting HONG KONG Peking be-
Am Mot 14Lorlllard 41H license for construction of fiber lieved to have started manufacture
I AT&T 66% Mag'vox 30H plant In East Germany; main of Soviet type Jets to (AP Wined. tt 1M lIlII'
NEW YORK Und Air L ,, ., 1.50b 59 Pioneer Fund U8
r--- Is not Itself but expand air power.
Am Tob 32% MM&M 55H objection plant
! STOCK EXCHANGE I Upjohn ._ .. 1.00 513 Puritan Fund __. Ua Apx Cp 15% Mohasco 85%' fact it Is being done outside UNITED NATIONSBar Bows Into SocietyFormer
Abbott Lab %.40 451-\ Jim Walter .. 25% Putnam Growth _. .. 15.98 Anaconda 53 Mons'to 8504 German channels. ring last minute hitch Asaembly's -
Allied Chem 1.80 War Lamb .70 32' TV 6. Elec 1.04
1 ACL IS*_ Mont WdI 39% last act in 1964 will Vice President Richard M. Nixon and his
f Amerada Pt .. 2.00 823 Worthintn _, 1.50 50! Value Line Inc $.76 Babcock 34% Nat Dair 14% be creation of new machinery wife flank their eldest daughter, Patricia, 18, at the
Am Elc: Pow _._ U6b 44 I II Xerox_ ? M Wellington Fund 14.114 I Beth Sa 35*. Nat Dist 2t'\4' Today InHistory promote trade and development International Debutante Ball In New York'a Astor
Amer Enka __ 1.4Oa a4' Zenith ___ 120a 62"
NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Boeing 69% N. Am Av 54% ; underdeveloped countries Hotel' Tuesday Patricia led a parade of 53 daughtersof
Amer Hone 1.44a 644 campaigning for special development rich and tilled families worldat
OVER TEE COUNTER V.L Close Changes : Borden 14 Pa RR 36:% from around the
. Amer M Fdy _n..90 1814 Cenp. division in U, Nsecretariot ball introducing them to Dire Nixon
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, Armco Stl _._ 3.00 a4Y.' .. ...... ......... ......... byk* 187,500 Brunswick 1% up Cater Tr honorary chairman of the ball.Trenton .
Phil Mar 73% _
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Baxter Lab _... .38 30 CKOM Wan". SAID'u..., 47,200 Sperry
Beckman In 700 ot Mw nn* nitMn wilts NMM McvriIIM 44,700 Am Me& Fy 18V Up % Chrysler 60% RCA 32%'I Today Is Wednesday, Dec. 30,
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Bristol My ...._ .80 6855. Land .?.?,. U 43,400 U S Steel 81% oft H Com Ed 53% Revlon 44% I one day left In the year.
! Brown Shoe 3:50 Amer Fidel Life 21% 34,600 Sunshine Mug 25% off % Con Edls 96% Rey Tob 38% Today's highlight In history: 1

v Brunswick ElCambeu Amer Heritage 21 % 33,500 Pan Amer 28% off % Cant Can 49% St Reg P 30% On this date In 1853, the United -

S 2.40 38'% Amer Mat Ins 1841 31,000 Fair Chd Cm 27%! oft 1% Dow Che 76 Seaboard 44% I States bought from Mexico 130-Ft. Water TankBy

Carter Pdt 1.001 17'. Amer Pioneer Life ___. 1 714 29,600 Amer Photo <% oft % DuPont EAL 238' Sean 130 some 45,535 square miles of territory High

Case J J _.._ 17 Anheuser Busch ...?-. 16 29,400 Comsat 51% up % 42% Sinclair 57 for $13 million. The deal

' Cessna AIr_...... 1.00 31 Anodyne _..._ 731 29,300: Studebaker 1% unch E.Kodak 13854 Socony 12% for what is now the southern BOS MEEKER
Citizens Bank .. 37' 28,800 Chrysler 60% oft 34 42% SouthnC 65% v
Ches Ohio 4.00 7014 part of New Mexico and Ar Sea Start Writer
'! Coas S. Gas 3331 Conn Lt it Pow ..... ..36% 28,100 Seryomat 22% off H FlaPiL F.rd 74% SperryR 13% zoos was engineered by James

CBS ---.. .- UOb 40% Cowles Mag & Pb 1154 25,800 Beth Steel 35% off 34 53% StBrand 79 adsden, the minister to Mexl- TRENTON City 1 water
I Comb Eng _. ,.1.20 34'" Dunn & Bradst ..__ 60y Frmst Da 13V StO NJ 89% co. pressure was boosted to about AtiL.
I _... AMER STK ETCH Frueh Tr 30 Studebak 1%
Comsat Corp. 51% Florida Gas _. .. 1154 '
ACTIVE STOCKS Gen Dyn 34% Swift 56% On this date 50 pounds with DO immediate
Fla. Nat'l Bank 63'4Fla
Cone Mills _.._ .80 21% .
Volume Close Change Gen El 89% Texaco 86'4Cen In 1865 English author Rue reprecuulons her yesterday,
Cont AIr! ...._ .40 19'ConU %\ Tele _, 29'-
Ins __ 2.20 60'% Forrest Labs 143 45,900 Syntex Corp 63% off 2% Fda 80 Unit A ire 62% yard Kipling was born. : as water from the new elevated
Contrl Data 53 Founders Life 7% 39,400 New Park Mng 1% up % Cen Mills 48 Un Fruit 17% In 1869 the Knights of Labor tank was turned Into the
Corn Pdte 1.50 53 Franklin Life __ 53% 34.600 Coburn Credit 1% up 34 Gen Mtrs 96% US Steel 81% held their first meeting Phi- mains.

Delta Air .._ 1.60 a1" Great American .. 10' 28,900 D Kaltman 4% up fe Goodyr 44% Unlv Mat 13% elphla. It was the first large
net Steel .60 12" Cruller 3756 ,26,100 Kaiser Ind 7 up 34 Creyhnd 22% WeslgEI 43% nationally( Influential labor or- City Manager Ray Skeen

Emerson EI 1.00 39% Gulf Life __._ 4434 Gulf Oil 58V4 Winn Dix 39% niutlon. had city crews standing by
Fair Camera ......_ JOa 271Flnan'l HerB Jones ._ 1114 Purchases ,. .........* 358.152 Int Int Nick Harv 13 73U% Woolwth 27 In In 1903"Mr.Eddie Bluebird"Foy was when playing fire- for any possible breaks as the
.._, 71
Home Ins
Fed 36 i.rnuKennasaw valves were turned and the
Short Sales ,., IJM
Fat Chartr ..._ 1.tTfPi'ircr 23'% Life ._. .......... tai Other Sales ? ? ? ??419,547 Market broke out In Chicago's Iroquois climbed from 33 to rza
_, pressure
Fst. West. Fin. 11% Life of Fla --r__, 10 Total Sales 420,946 Theater. In the ensuing panic ,:
Fla E Cst ..M_ 11% Lowes Company 21'% JACKSONVILLE (APThe 581 I persons lost their lives 5) pounds. _

Food Fair .DO 21% Milgo Electron _,,_ 934 PREVIOUS DAY'S northeast Florida egg market In 1943, U. S. Marine cap Skeen said It may take two ; }
In .,.... 22.% to retailers lured the airfield at
Fmc Corp _. 1.00 59% Mort Guaranty ? STOCK MARKET prices : Cape or three days for undergroundleaks
Frlto LaJ..._ 37% Pacific SW air 28% Advances ...,,- ,......-...,.... 211 Extra large 44-47, mostly 47; Gloucester, New Britain.In .
Gen Tele -.88 37% 5chLt2 Brew ummim. .jn3ecur 48'1.'Declines _._._ ::123 arge 41-44 mostly 44; medium 1943! military authorities to appear but as of early dII av

Ga Paclf ....__ 1.00b 55% Life & Tr _, 5634 !Unchanged ....-..... .j.-., 306 16-39, mostly 39; small 2138. In Berlin made public copies ofAdolf today everything seemed to er

GetCy OD _._ .10g 28" Southern Life 4 Tr _.... 5834 Total Issue -.....,--.?- 149 mostly 3S3I.PoultrJat. Hitler's last will and his be going smoothly. rt

Grace Co._ lOOb 55'% Southern Nitro .___ 27 I New 196344 High ...?..,... 28 farms: fryers 13; marriage contract with Eva Pressure Is regulated on the '
lIel Curtis .10 15% travelers Ins 30 New 196344 Low II tens light 1.534. Br.un.Ihr" new system by raising and

IBM. 1.00 410% USI.. .-,..-- i i -.-.. N' towering the water level In
Int Min C __ 1.80a 37%
AMERICAN STOCK the new 75,000-galton, 13ofootelevated
lot lobe _--:.- 1.00 sg EXClIANGEAeroJet YOUR MONEY'S WORTII tank from 104 feet to

Kellogg .__ JOa 48 Gen __ 2.% 120 feet.
Lehman Cp ..._. 1.348 30% 28
tnalex Corp
Automatic controls In the
Litton In 1.98f 74%
tqua Chem ._ 14" Advice for the pumphouae, behind City Hall,
Lone S em __ 1.00 20 Aurora Plastics __ 2$ Money Poor ,
art being calibrated by Skeen
Marsh FId 1.80 50 <
James Engineer 2734 !. AlertTrentuft"
Martin M .,..,_ ._1.00 18%,Sutler ShoeCinerama __ 11% rJ.l.; so that be constant monitoringwill

McG HII1 __ .60a n'Chromalo1! ..... ::...,... 1634 1' Porter not necessary city manager Ray Sken, maker adjustments .
Mead Corp ....... .... 1.70 41 1__. 1% ; By Sylvia Skeen said one convenienceof
u and keep an alert watch on the pressure .,.-
Merkd _.. 2.001 49 Computer Scl _.-._,,_ .. 110/4 the new tank Is that he csr\ Sun of the tU,', new water supply Water from the
Mat Air! .80 a5% :fitter' Labs A _.. 17'1 Help give us money to provide 'available.. The aim la to have I "neighborhood developol land at the eerier of the new elevated tank wan turned Into the clty'a male
N Y Centl .lUg 45" Control .,.. 5334 centers" to be set wmphoiiM and eee the depth
Data sound financial and legs fjlUlme lawyers staff neighborhood ment art lip yesterday (Sun photo by lion Meeker)
Nia M Pow 2.00 52% Hilton Inds .....,.. t%' advise to the poor this is the legal centers so the In the Cardoza shun district to indicator on the side of the
Norfolk W a.oo 1321\'. ,Jen; Develop lrrmirn 4 utterly unanticipated plea nm prior people who discover that offer easily accessible, on... p tank and take only a few steps

No IndPS.1.48 59'4No1Vat lax Minlt Mkt*. ._ 734 heading lists of requests pourIng they have a binding' obligation financial and legal advice. to look at the gauges for a
Gas 1.80 58'% lackey Airlines 5'1.' Into and poverty headquarters to pay a finance company for Among the services art to be heck: to see that everything 90 YEARS TEACHING[ EARNS

01itMath.Owens .. ....,1.20 40'" dead Johnson ......-,,.. 17 In Washington from furniture never delivered or fort low-cost loans to high.risk borrowers II operating properly.
HO.. ._ 1.50 103 Pac Nw Tele __ 21% communities across the nation TV art that never worked,"! and elementary consumer -, Built at a COlt of tU.OOO, STAUKE COUPLE: HONORS
Pac G & E .. 1.00 34 tillfp Elec 40'1. IT says Acting Attorney General education based on newly the new tank replaces the old
the greatest gaps
Pac LUng ._ 2.40 31% Uc Group _._. 2% Among anti efforts Nlchole deB. Katzenbach developed' consumer t e a e bang wooden one and ends an era TALLAHASSEE: Mr, and Mri Lonnle flitch of Slarke,
PacT&T 1.20 Z8"% ,Sperry R Wta I% listing Is the failure to poverty provide flnan- 'l here are large n u m ben and counseling materials. 0' breakdowns. Skepticism who have taught In Bradford County schools for a combined
Pan Amer A._ 1.20 281. :Syntex __ 13% services for people hose can or washing machines Just the mention of the was high In regard to whether] total( of N years, were honored here yesterday by Coy,

Parke Dav_ 1.00 31% : Tampa Elec _'-...,..-. 27 al-legal have neither the educationnor are repossessed after need It an Instant reminder of the old tank would last until! Ferris Bryant and the SUte Board of Education.
Pe"nzoU .. 2.00 42""%" Tech Measur .-..-. 1534 who the to protect themselves month of payments who how long.tasting deep this problem the new one was built Fetch baa taught school for 41 years and his wife Beatrice
; ._ .80a 48% ,lea WU ,.. ..._. .,. 21 this money ta the surprising have no Idea they art entitled Is. You as a middle Income Residents of Trenton are unnlmous for 41 years. This Is believed to be a record for
Phclps-DG 3.00 70% 'INv Cigar._ 4'1. officials art getting I to the return of their equity educated Individual, may In the feeling of need I I husband and wife teaching tam
TVarold .. -. .20 177 alspar, ..u t f 1MUTUAL ,0/4 from answer localities they have questioned There are large numbers whose know how to borrow on the In for the new system and I leek Tht latches were given a resolution signed by thf i
Pcb Sr E G 2.60 <4014Pure what Is most needed public assistance I II reduced or stalment plan how to avoid with pride at their new edlce. Board members and were paid personal tribute by the I
Oil ..._...-, 160 I M% FUNDS on Action revoked ? who have no concept crooks, how to get proper legal officials. Ore of their former student! Slatt Commissioner i
R'yonler 1.00 !3934 'ifflllated Fund 1.10 for Community 1M4 Economic programs Oportunlty of their right of appeal" advice. The new tank, with Trenton of Agriculture Doyle Conner, joined In the tribute. I
Rexair JOb 1 17V. I Capital Uf k Gr ._...... 1.36 under the Act. Ttest problems, K a teenbach But the frightened peer do, tinted m the aides In large The couple, now retired, said that after their king years
!Met .50 )34% : liver Growth ....,..?. ...16.02 1 P ed block letters be
Reyn ? of. warns constitute a "new area not know what you knew may IINIIII of teaching "Our confidence In young people hat. not deter" I
Rich Merr 1.00 !563 :Dividend Shares __ q 171 Of courst anti poverty of law." and this Is a key reason they or mites In all directions, I 1 iIIr eted."

R C Cola. .. ...... 1.20 :20'% IreyfusIdeUty 2U3 (Ice offlclala expected requests A major pilot project Incorporating I remain frightened and poor ng the feature of a landmark
Roy Dutch.. -_ 173g: 45'% Caplt ...., -..- 11.23 for funds to finance tile usual financial legal advisory We are Just beginning to, to the community.By : j
Searle CII M (17 Idelity Fund 1..23 range of remedial acbool programa I service la now getting grasp the enormous ramifications

Slnqer 2.00 M ,IdeUty Trend __ lU7 dropout tutoring, youth underway In the District of Co of the US. war on paver.
Smith Kin. ..._.. 130 11 und'tal Invest -. 11.44 counseling adult edaeatlonte. lumbia. At part of the project. ty.
Sou Cal Ed 1W 3 SN Income of Bostonncorporated 1.12 But they did not expect that Economists F Sloiv-Doivn

St Oil Cal _..... 2.00 ;W4 Inc t.77'inancUl-legal advice It the I
St 011 Bid .. 2.00b 41'- Keystone: K 2 1.11 poor would be given so central 5 '
Sterl Drug 65 29% Keystone: S. 3 1115'eyatone ,a role to the U A war against

Texas UW 120 40-< S .1 ...__ 1.1. poverty. After 64's Business GrowthAny
Textron 1-40 I 52% Jfe Investor 1.11 I Yet "comprehensive line I aw"4.
Tidewater .- S3 Jfe Stock Fund -.f .. 7.40 clal-leplsenlca> have been 111,

Trans W A 48'4 Mall Inv Stock 17.17,suggested la virtually every SAM DAW30NAP letdown after these special > Increasing All this could lay

Union Pac IJOa 42* tau Inv Growth $11 'community action proposal Bashes New Aaalytl 1 stimulants are withdraw. the seed fur future Inflation.

Sandy NEW YORK (AP) This, might make both buslnesanwf Other economists, especially

I year has beta so good thai and consumert nervous. U the thoet tmplnyed by the bank
NEW YORK TIMES MAKKET AVERAGE, DEC 29 lean art fell hi many quarters of the econ and other financial Institution
fast growth rate
\ M ROT T.rt rtmmHrah -Most of the people we'retrying that next year may teem around act II far from allayed *1
Low CIoN""NrfCt' \ to help dont read theWall ttk* a Utdowa lit,... the my k 1)64 .now put down at yet the International financial

25 Rile UUI 37-J%) 'J78(1 Off 5J Street Journal" public I a. Inclined IO npect too eepUbly 7 ,ptf rent In late slows spring. bu4 per problem which reached Ibtcrtel

25 M-slrJ-ls 901.91 391.H 194.07 Off J.I1'I I As a result, plane are being much of )It ness could pull ai Its horns stage ki November when
514.11 515.91 Off to establish centers likon a the British
,,50Stockl 520JO made The federal administration consumer might worry and pound was totter
and hnpovtrlsbed rare) In,. Meawre thai lUll
reportedly! I* getting plans tow* some purchawe.Then .
p | ,
areas that will offer Intensive I for k baWl to b* taken to get the
I ItAry ready any such: slump
counseling advice and educaUoa Mr ,dens plant |e stimulate art ethsf aaiard lhacnnomUU pound bark en a Sound basis,
STOCK FLASHES II on such breed-.rd butter lie! economy.with more Usr tee ahead, without and to keep the dollar irons

MARKET subjects ac: greater pending If the being sort that real rare art, talchkig !the Wect ne. are (.WIUIIrftte.
I How muck can an Individual pact falters \ftt compared to to ilfht. .... And drutla ntture -
1 afford to take en to eoukt upset the American
(APr-Tht atnck at family this year' fast grewtk.Amwft "I
NEW YORK Neck loans and Instalment payments The labor lorct will, "" connmy a* well II that of
earb/ Dew Jwes A.ur.gt
market rented rtrongty ithout robins flaancUl atlas all eeonenbt la aid rapidly ant year, Murfc erf the ether nod Communist nadona.
this afternoon\ rettmrllllll10ltat out ef gwenwnewt agree, how growth will be from y talks
tt| losses of the two preview Pre.i.a Day ,,2 id Hose I fir'How CM the poor tbtaia 4 ever, Out tilt first few months untrained' (or the Job mechaa-

sesstonLTrlduIw. 1Q.1& 3Bwbaxl.. 'P t.u20X.51 credit wiUwrt going to th* "VMDiharka of ltd wtn be even mere I,bed kvtMtrjr eSter The JI'tItIt Huge Sinkhole

.. artivt. N JWiI j II U4mI' who prowl !the slums bountiful than the final\ ono pt. hew being "pr. a d.
and etker nonfemw ef 14, I,' 'Crown1 in Road
Cold the II IJIIL 1 Sop 1'irm41 and charge abneet creamy that the economy wlO grew fait
metal Issue led tip Interest rates lor short- They cite lilt special Inri.enough to absorb an the aew-
Steels and newton also were M Mocks I era bane? dew that held. bark' the econ-:comer *Mkai( Job*. may be Near If. Springs

stroll,. ado ."I Velume t UGOIOI; How should a low-I a com any to IS* ..... psrtfclarly *!dMhtd. And tilt publle is ..
American South African family budget Ha tonme at MCa tile mate Krlkas. And they,,tortasj for changing quickly RICH SPRINGS A huge
taming man did J pointo. sad Tbt Dew foe average II i 23\ meet eeeeattal seeds and a.u.w Soo sop etit reaaoa* ft* first "..1oo..CDtIfldr ce to sinkhole, reported to be at bail

Dom. nan. pIn III b 11Ift' Industrial at aooa was ap 4JI .tat set if a nvtatj and av tee auUw ., 1361 wul be loo much cautfco.Inflatkei e feel at depth developed to
bt new 1'14 Wht Shot During Holdup eel lane af U. .. Highway ItJwt
than aAsercoidi It. mrmalh
International Ie 111.... wines program men active thai they ....1 a problem sew
and west af here yesterday.
llM were helped. yigaloa How ran dM fteanctoOy ) would sack a* pnt ep
advanced arouad a poI&J average avoid CIIt A boy UM faUDy *t.a4 14 .. lla. UNMI..tI.rtd the and MM anBMy to b* at the
af S poM by Dv Pout miattlcatetf family demand for auto du to ... Traffic was routed en the onesable
tttked But
4 U-fbBa anlaTa fraadukBl ... > floor of Kajaa City m..r alert which, police sold. melts h4 beyond
Des VA Steel JBethfeheM.wrt aad a potot by Castsaaa Kadak. KBXT gyps a .M1 mpely *. the cbalageH that a assmber. ef economist lane while a flat Road
point .Mle! Ira Pobrcad advanced. S lea cal resents, kern anpreve ke tried U bald q Ma4ay Bight" with a pitted that af HM and bar Dial rsasaurid. Dept crew worked to fUl Ike
far free They
ahead by art
and IBM 2.tntarutloul meat racket, phony lavettnrot wMlda't ..... Tat 33. raltker pitied waa ""pe4 labor IreubMi *. purl! could slurmetal holt, located about anehalfmttt I
HarmKr sad schesnes, *e like? far Uaaaa ..., cad ha barrel ... H"alte4aate "***- l<..,1.... I Upmeat. la May. :cot the rectal rises weal of tile Santa ft Sly
"General ad *1lii* s aims bade awtarialt. TheyHolt
V-*** la addUoa to the esubtt UmllfM tat b.y aa J..eh JaMaanliir.
added I port" .. Scheme bet advanced/IstL la awierat sheet and ......-c ef Baa IS. Ilvt arMatafaiwea. laid. Hl*. tatr r.- After tat. ....'. 0M wa mat the auto labor cesv erbrWje.Itoadway. sink.help
The AJ8oCII2tl1'r'ftI> avenge prim Amcrkaa Stock cl advtsory ...ices. weys an fwd a r"tMWt, fcy )Maaalsif H. hiss he. tat ko..- had tsars ant reasea atea-,tract MIl the ta* dM. stwlwort- dropping Into
tf N ittrk at bad diegea te hiss exptored toarw..tdeaMCme > .p .u..,.. Tat dove wa r. Albert JWhsara", aaUe soda art varying; H widefy1JMI nrt art expected to seek ceuM la tM* airline at tae Kate
w1lll *'** Cxehanfe.Carporalt. hi Ihelr peak production maul ap fast vt not tot uncommon man n.
eltonbedU to :1 i Israel coeaprtfcrae legal serv aa.t Ikt Uy sloes Ia.. attealk wan divested ay av* prtdlctkav
$ rasa sp .i and bond yeas Ikt tar DOM ..... ar AM. lattery efflefeaey it *, a.eerdtg to the. 11RD.
.tria....*....ap 1M 1 4. .H |..-

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jl J" DEAR :ABBY: I know this is going to sound ridiculous trembling, afraid to say a word. Once she tried to take More facts about Basil, Ratbone -
() but I'm ashamed to ask anyone' else. How can I break my her daughter's part against him and he slapped her from
husband of sucking his thumb? When he sleeps, reads the one end of the kitchen to the other. Now know why people H's' His His favorite 'At the tIme our story bCQil
( newspaper or settles down to watch TV, he sucks his left kill each other. Is there something I can do, legally, to relieveCONCERNED ffi f rite favorite: t- ,. magazines-:* Bast) was 0 rnoderately successfulz
thumb. I know he /isn't aware of it because when I tell the situation play is-- r mouse-to-moiwe ,salesman.
him to quit it, he Is always shocked to find his thumbIn = ,,-fI
his mouth. We have two small children who also suck DEAR CONCERNED You can't but your sister can If tfn
their thumbs when they're tired, and it Is so hard to she wants to prefer charges against him. I doubt that she QI J' ir OJ'h
break them of It when they see their father doing it. Is will, however, because a woman who puts op with the cruel a0
It hereditary? It's such an unmanly habit for a 34-year-old and Inhuman treatment Is as "sick" as the husband who
man It's caused many fights between us. Can you help me? dishes It out The most tragic victim is the daughter, who :::3 .On the/ .Reton a Hot CRodent
SUCKER'S WIFE must be subjected to such a brutish tyrant. Try to persuade Tin Roof: '
DEAR WIFE A psychiatrist would probably ten yon your sister to improve her situation or extricate her

that your husband Is longing for the security of his baby self and her daughter from It. But don't be surprised if Mandala a..M-.. ... II.U / 7--
days, (They call it "regression.") It Isn't hereditary. Children she doesn't -
are Imitative which Is partly the reason your children *
sack their thumbs. Granted, it's not "manly," but It's not DEAR ABBY: I would like to offer a solution to INADED SNUFFY HE'S GOT A HOW ON I WUZ 7RYIN'
worth fighting about, so lift Irritates him to be reminded QUATE MOM. I am a M-year-old high school Junior. After AIN T FEELIN,' WRENCHED AIRTH TO COLLECT/MY c aE" +
with the dishes and then ( I SEEN YOU OID HE BILL.
u-skip It.DEAR. dinner I am expected to help NONET00 pAD6URN
get my homework done. There is no televisIon' until ALL, == TH'SMIFHOIKE COME OUT OP ,. GOOD e. 11VRlTfJPCFt 6 ,
ABBY:' I recently visited my sister, who \lives In another my homework Is finished. If a "B" average is not main DOCPKYUARTVHO'S IeN
state. She Is married to a quiet, weil-to-do man. tained, I can't watch TV until after the next report cards en AILIN'? ((1
They have 18-year-old daughter. I didn't realize how much come out. Phone conversations are limited to five min-
tension my sister was living under until I stayed there. He utes. (A timer whichMother uses in the kitchen is the reminder -
It a dictator and no one dares to'disagree with him on .) I have a 10 o'clock bedtime. If my hair isn't
anything. My sister has no car and if she isn't home when washed and rolled by that time, it's too bad. 'I have to go
he calls, he comes home, waits for her and makes her ac- to bed anyway. I must be at school by S:20 A.M. so I get :
count for every minute. He handles all the money. She never up at 1:45: which gives me plenty of time to decide what JZ
sees a red cent. Everything Is charged and he pays the bills. to wear, dress, eat a good breakfast, fix my hair, put on en
The daughter isn't allowed to date or to accept a phone call my make-up and straighten my room before leaving for
from a boy. At dinner he demands that the daughter finish school. KATHY K. IN AMARILLO
every speck on her plate, so the child has to choke !It down DEAR KATHY Good for yon. Yon're organized. And It
with tears running down her cheeks. My sister sits there sounds easy when you write It. : f NE SEARCH FOR THAT vu CMI SEE SMAt.L YEAH-4 _
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e WUFT e WESH-TV (NBC) Daytona ,BeachO

(Education) WJXT (ABC CBS) Jacksonville O S e .0:9' 'OMOIEtY

,U of F, Gainesville\ Ii) WFGA-TV (ABC. NBC) Jacksonville1

Wednesday Evening (Special) "America -.the The body of shipping 0:30 B Jack Benny .. wrAS A MATTER OF FACE PCPIWS YOU SHOULD
Dollar Poor. magnate Davldlan Jon. Jack
IN B Wells Fargo ID La tune HsgemrrweARwCy DR.D0 PNeusreA3TH1s A3HOT OF PENICILLIN
J 1:30: O Beverly HillbilliesThe as Is reeled out of the 10:00 B Make Room for YEARALREADYI OR SOMETHING AS A
ft Mike Douglas sea when one of Ills k !tt3 SAw ARRA iil'HESE + PRECAUTION* I II
I:2S, a Moments la Sports Mrs. Clampetts Drysdale have in put the yachts hoists anchor Daddy I ai1CLLCJTKaOJLi1PtAYVERSltIC3HTt : f_.
8 News
1:31 B Newscope hospital with s bad case 10:000 Danny Kaye I .ID '(Color) Cameras
IllS O (Color) News of nerves, and she tells "Beverly Hillbilly" Bud- Please

Weather, Sports Drysdale she won't come dy Ebsen and comedienne 10:30 B <3 (Color) What's
c IN: B News Sports out till he rids the neighborhood Pat Carroll Join Danny This Song?
\ Weather hillbillies.of those awful BI Love Lacy

D gunthtae Almanac 10.10: D Compass! 10S B ID News
liM B ID News IW O MovieC 11:" O O New', weatber, 11:00 B I ID Concentration

,I.t News ( .1 e r) "Tall Story". SportsID BAndy Griffith
B Modern Highway Hoi'days (1960) A tall girl enrolls (Color) News,
11:30: B ID (Color) Jeopardya
in a college noted for its I
7.N B Deputy outstanding basket bal l l McCoys YvWNATKW 00 GALA. rT I /Tf TERRIBII r THI WiLLyTH4N,1 MAVetbANDWILH
i 11:23 O Movie "GusnuaR'3 p1Llw4Twcss I W 70 UP A
,, :."Lucifer Urge" team. She figures it's the 11:00: B ID (Color) Say When III z IvnmTAsTRD
"Goliath and the Drag r FOR IT
B Survival right place to catch a tall I B Love of Life
Italian 1962)) Goliath
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I '! 8 What's New'Celebrated husband. Anthony Perk battles ; a flesh-eat 12.2S: a News ....
t" Coin Collections" ins, Jane Fonda, Marc ing dragon, a giant bat 12:30 a Search for Tomorrow
Connelly, Ray Walston.
and a centaur to save his B ID Truth or
l 09 Wanted ?- Dead, or (Two hours) kingdom and his wife Consequences

(jl ;Alive O Dick Van Dyke from an evil, ruler Brod- U:4J: a Guiding Light S

,, ."Railroaded" "Stretch Petrle vs. Kid erick Crawford, Mark 12:55 B ID News
I 713. ID Virginian Schenk:"' Rob' boyhood Forrest, Elcanora n u f. 1:00 a Midday

(Color) "The Hour of the buddy Nell Schenk, who fo. (90( mln.) O News, Weather
I / 1 Tiger," Garth's cattle are has the habit of p o Aping 11:30 O D Johnny Carson JH (Color) T.V. Bingo

; trapped by a landslide, up, doling out small favors (Color) Scheduled guests, O Focus S
"/ and the only way out is and then asking for Include comedian Norm 1:30 a As the World TuneD
A to drive the herd across big ones, is back in town Crosby. Christmas Chores
f rancher Junius Antlo w' s -and hU visit promisesto ID (Color) Let's Make a :,,,,,., VA ER[ loll I ntINORIUNa rUTTIN6 I HAVE A UTTIC nUVKTl
land. But the crippled Ant- be an expensive one THVRSDAT Deal >. TOMORROW )IIGNi,MR. FOLDING CHAIRS IN DINING ROOM ADJOINING *'W OFFICtf-:
SO '
low nurses a bitter hatred for the retries.ID .. Morning and Afternoon 1U CD News w 7HERC AR MC '; STARRI rut WAWHOUWMAySt ANoACKAGCS WILL 10U DROr OVER-AROIrtD NOCrtfYOU'RE
toward Garth,' and 2.00 a Password SETTING Ur A STAGC SAY!
let the cattle 1-00: O Sunshine Almanac
pus. Guest cast Includes Ozzle, Dave and Rick ':15 B Sunshine AlmanacO GO Special For Womea SGUUIC r-4 HERO! + TO US TALK SHOP! ._
Cely Carrlllo\! and find themselves in a n Sunrise Semester "The Menace of Age" O VrM
I Tom awkward situation whenthey're
TIIlly.II 2.30 a House Party
':%! D Living Words
Mister Ed discovered alonein B Doctors
I a restaurant on the ':31 B World Clvlllulloa
Wilbur want Ed to take 1.00: a Te Tell The Truth
financier Herbert BanKing wrong side of the count- ID Gospel Mnsle B CD Another World
\ for s ride, but Ed er-and the cash register ':') a Pastor's study S.2S a News
balks. checks out 120 short ID (Color) III, Neighbor 3.30 O (Color) Y.. Don't Say
B New Orleans Jan I.It: d Cara Williams ':SO Q Farm and Home o Edge of Nigh I
I Kings II" Mr. Bur kbardt thinks 7:00 B ID TodayO ID Popeye's Pals
Frank's Idea of submitting Local News, 4.00 B Match Came
(:.00 a My Living DoD I
Fenwick personnel to Weather o Secret Storm
i After comparing herself ON TUB UM TW FUVtMtIMJZt Sin THf 0LTIM4TS CWMOTSy H WM TVSYIWM
1 I an efficiency study Is a 7.0J O Ranger Hal 03 Huckleberry Hound 4 THAT son's' era*is A men osnY a ATW TEAMAMN WHO KOWNT
to the faultless Rhode, fine one-until he learns 7M O Local News, Weather .:%5 B News p MLMEP AND MNIAt. (OMavst. KNOW NW OWN KONNO TdTM....MP HM TM >
I demoralized Irene feels he'll be among those stud 1.00 O Captain Kangaroe .:31 a Leave It Te Beaver )i0, THe MADAAts nN! PANION... TOiO ft Na TMS COMt TO STOP FACSIND Of*40 CfTSHHCHKS
woefully Inadequate. led 0.00 B Divorce Court O Best of Groncbo WAS 5&500T HsxstAMs ORAW 7Ma AAAUMfa ae61Nf W WIN aTiADlY.P0. / .
BlatereUDocamenUry O MidweekID O Bachelor FatherID ID Movie cr w.rr sLDFP \ CQACa

Burke's Law (Color) Romper Rsoler "The Plunderers"use l, WTOThSe/s RIViDr .slN- /
aa-catsos snoop
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//.1/I'1 1I I/' : r[ Hints From eloise Idlselrd ; a S11PIO QAF! THNO svERr tnn NAPaanqt aaxttOtD x gr

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\, Pear Belolset It. N) messy tray to poor budget), or worse yet' a head rest pillow 1IIIder-
>I< have found the most clean! break It and "
wonderful cut themselves? Math my neck: \Instead of my
fray to sprinkle my Harry A little mirror note usually regular pillow.A
clothes. with no work at all e tells you "who" and seems to Girl of Elf.-:
: I bang Dear Helolu: I make more of an Impression oq They hurt ..'. they. V..! .-..
Just my laundry on We were short of space when the offender. I doa, see bow yea Sir I asleep
die clothesline overnight our baby was small, so t used Anyway it beats nagging la 'en.
and let the dew do the dampening our small, narrow book case and seems to get the Job done Btlnise
I'' la the morning, the for his clothes and diapers. I Mickey Gill .
clothes art just right to Iron. used the top fur vaseline, oil Dear Heloise:
There are fewer wrinkles! etc. i Dear Hctoke: If you ever !have an occasion : :
1 thumb tacked nursery print Everytlmt I fed our dog. 1, to cut marshmallows for =
and best of all, no baskets of material (slit down the middle found several ants crawlingover traUnni or filling*, and find
I clothes sitting around waiting fur easy access) to the front her diio. [that the manbmanows stick
i for me to sprinkle them. of the book case. I rinsed oft the ants, cleaned to the knife, try wetting BOTH R4LLsuEasraT ramtu _aloA eiAElr
f, If tt happens to rain, then' Cynthia and dried the dish, then sprayed the knife A.\'D your fingers.No e> TAAa sAR,ARNOID ArTCVOeeI.,aV R71t Tula SCCa,71L16rSt?,TM4 rreyp r0' TILE rT'R'7NIN. T
L Just wait until they are partly I the bottom of the dish with more sticky flngmt sIARMRtTr Mr csctu, Fat nAAVe nb art FW R one.silt rn Ofei afar M01TM ecs eN l9/ER ar lr lv Me AS
altsv sAAa
T; dry The most Important thing, LETTER OF LAltilrTtR an insect repellent, being cartful SudryJen ,I Ax email' MOr'.AtICE IxertlR'+a Tslr tRi wasot A r ftew- -+!
la that they are dampened Dear Itelulae; not to get any of the reprllent .

evlnf y. See a Juke your h r s b a o d Inside the bowl Dear IkUse: ,
"' Peggy would enjoy Cut It out and I repeat this process when- Here Is how I butter our con '
tape it to bit shaving mirror. ever new: ants appear. jnoa-- on the coo. I
/ Dear BeJolset at the top or side WtaU. lag certain the Insect repellent I When taUnt the con out of t
1 This hint is for do-It yourself will SM it, but it wool beN In it one .wbkb:/ is safe toe vat I the put I roll each ear overa I /
painters who use a roller and way, around pets and toildrea. stick of butter BEFORE: potting -
13 t pan.""* I I.n.| ... a petty complaint that De-Bugged them In the serving dish. I. ,
Line the paint pan with aluminum must b* aired For Instance I This way, an the eon b '
{ foil before you pour it I 'Who left the bottle of sham- Dear Ikkfcf buttered evenly and there b :
painty t the pan" I pw> on the ajda l of the tub when I have to sleep with no troublesome buttering fer
F Wb a yo l have firlshwi1pirtingt here the littn ones Bound |e< I"my such h rollers I land it, the children to do.
J remove the foil and,',it and pour tt out (OIl, the much toon' comfortable. It 1i lilt:. Susaa Ftfdk


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tVodnnday December 30.1964 G.iMS ill. Sun 17



ACROSS 27.Contanpoo 0 D tilL. V is III .P O 1'1 I.

YOU MtnwMMI 1.lnappl'\'" rtryt comb. L' H 'T I A A R 0 N

In All Areas .Larl.. .tt 'Tlunta- lttat. .M 28.50lullo.foma IN'URGI.N'T. .

4 PtnmtlUM,. torylcwITnvtl + unit R f. A L I s TIC.
Mrluent mu1. 29. 11III
II" r=-
Building construction la Floe ANY OF THESE MCIi Mwmillo NMIOMI f.F.mpotlum ofwdah& A C. It I D iiii V 0 R.

ida Is running 59 T P15rls5. 1l. lllttee berb 30. Shower S 0 0 N H I. 1'111] 'II O N
per cent
ahead of last .by smtn, CMM Cars ', 1:1.: Halhcon DYD&ILII" M A 'T 0 L G R A .Ii ..
year with \\OY
area of THINGS TO SELL'They'll t PIMM T. 0* And 1 .IU.1 Inlhe cxplollon ; SSI' 6'1t .,' "I '"

every:yield an overall constructionto valuation TMIw ,. :III ;.' u... dl. 3\.2 35.: DI.plt tnu 'ii t c. C r. W C It C N f

total of $1,329,167,000 for the AUTOMOTIVIMAIrWin 15. SoDa tor ::16. ToSOLUTION OHmUDAY'SPUULI 'J

first 11 months of 1964. Bring You Extra Cash ......"" ... ;' 37 ormof
1 GaIO by : OWN '/j 4
II Truck fcr Sol. r.'Klnl at ,'
Jl,329,167,000 for the first 11 labor iula Sphere "
I It Truck. WHIM 40. ,' dCnldet I" 1 1
months of 1964. M TrMtn I Trw* lirti* ta. Corrldol'l 41 Owned J. Owing TouchI9. i

The 1963 figure for 11 months Rugs tt: Trllr RintiliN U: Lubrication 3. Dt'dlnl'l' a. DWrllpnNaadbaE .
U. .. Cable ..
: don
was 11,254,807,000. MatorcyclM A StwtirtM
12. OtI'IJIIO' 43.Attlilldlnill mlrre 9. Whirl ,
AutVMtllt ftoMIn. .
The current Issue of Florida Guns 11 U AutgnwkllM IV I*.* n. I'dNo 44. GrrIlly S.And" Irnt 10. M.ILIW 4
Construction Review releasedby M Mm* 4 IPH.. CM "olher .,. Mas'. ..Rla td I 11II .

the Bureau of Economicand Tools 0 Auto W..MEDUCATIONAL 7 Cftln.1 s41knams: 6.Nuup' U. urnlll .

Business Research at the IADron. \' '

University of Florida pointedout [T A [J 'hIf ," I. I' 1' 19Ws.b rur

Boats N MUM l inornctiMIf / g01dr
the category of non.rest '
MuM. DmclnlM fIT /I 20.Shosbono' 44
dential buildings Is the only I. WMtMVIntfnictlMIMPIOYMINT

one showing a decline for 11 Tents r / I" 21. BIrd

months this year and It Is 11 llmili Hoi* WMtolII U. Lavs1

down less than one per cent Books I WAs Hi,| WonlMU ; ll' 0- ZS. Orllntol t '1'
""**- II' IT Putt*!! h I' ship "" '''
Public construction Is 'f 'nrN
up 22.4 M '6.
im sup W lMU & I 1 ,
per cent for the first 11 months, Plants Walt WMM Pomiltwo 1) IJ 1T as touut r1a.lludll 'j

Including a 415 per cent hike | I V ** wnito MM ,, \ I tia( La'i 0 ::

for November this year com FARMS t> LIVESTOCK IJ'e / tp 2'1. SaW""
if" 'l'/ s 1. Stuod
% up $1
pared to November 1963. PrIvate Pianos M turn Iqulpmtnt IW
S2. Connep
If" II' ,J/ // J' I'' '
construction Is 37 per V r/ 4 1 MrtlllnrLNMtock / ,/ /, lions ,
IKO hoi In tothlM -
cent ahead of 1963. Stoves j r. 1 ft fepfiMM ctaiiy orortttl. lacy !Itcktl 1 .40 JI JO (/ U ::13.1"1 Ta :\;
Educational building permits LtiMtuelni Tsp ..*) Malls to HI tttoMnt, r//, ..allt ,
I 91 Pets ft ....... JI J' 131 S' Unr..tIf
1.14 .
valued at $81.zaoOOO have played Ttiii" loditt h mo* of 4'5 ImMUIIM
Radios if II LIVMHcli WwM 011051154 tnt tt I llmo.I .". -f- 305 Prowl
the biggest part In the public l 5 l plKM vt tormMi lolnM.Pollorrt 4f. If I .a 31. Anlcix11q. .

construction increase. FINANCIALMtMliww Ill .....Mil lino 1M4I M-lll 44- "f "f'7'. f- SS. .:YfII 01.(

Non farm building construction Skates j OMortMtlttlV .
conn In Mint tar IM I.
Monty N inn T1I1".fl.
amounted to $106,378,009 in o.it>. MM II ...... tor owl "' -- w. ::19.Old: po'".
ti NMorlgttoiMIRCHANDISI >."."< tor liKItu mtlllnf and Pa M1ns 27 1511.
November a gain of two Trunks .' Ik M51.y w..1M .....'.1 komlllnt. 0505 to Lour
MOMIOiron ----- -- -- -
the IrVnwior OtiMHllit' tun -
cent November
per 1963, valuation.over The gain occurred ... Dod union, P.Mnr 0. .Y11... III It.. N OWCMitt V.' U M.ltj Htl. Wt..,.t1ISHWAIHIR 11 Mobil H..... IM t..l*
> t tl Wtnto M Buy FARMS b LIVESTOCK:
Jewelry PATTtllll NUMII*
Mnt H.wly' '
even though private con 1U WANTID, t"od .. IVU rSSRllii. 10Hr.
M Mocnkwir ft Tod AMI. AOOIIII t 4 10NI.NIW ..,
try'. AMI"* IK ..riw multy' *4 III M OM
struction was down 62 percent ta 5.514,4, 15511115 4Mlnltntrt MUM RoilMironl, 14 IW IM ,.. 11 U.'ec' b S.. pllilimit ,, front lltchon, crpol>4 .R*. '
Bicycles MMoutotwM ... IMIMOM POU 1HII.. "ill.Ml ortcrwl IhMonrl SWIM, ...... ...... a... Oil 4I4.IIH *rnnin.1
Plus, I PHI I .......... 055Mold51Y i/'LL 10 11,1' 505 .. 454IWOu51" .... """K.. Jim CM* It tut NM 1
There was a U cent t 4IArrtlMiMM .. ... 111 tilt"" 411154 1417545010515.
per ..". "' loml Mconli 11. IM Mr. Pronk ., UnlvtriliyM
decline In the number of housing TV SetsClothing ', '. 1 **. Iff Oils tor now NoMiocron' Coulot PAM.so1PM. "' '..OM U2.1dl.
51 T&ss PalM 12' WIDES i
authorized 5 f. M COWPlSTa QUILT COLOM6 tkoul a Ktur owl --
units last month VAIUII
,... 011 ft Weeds PATTKNI M 4....... IWW Oullt .i woltor, .(.....,. Mull B. ".'. A TiINTION TTL'M'
throughout the state. n eotl MorlM! awl.*.. ...... Kf .kt.Mnofi, ,",." .. Mod "H""iy to wroon. "'". I U A.M.tl 915.15 511014.1'5.55 lii' 15111 I.CPA 155 2 BR under $4,000 :1'
inTnl With
Seven of the first 11 months *; i n com HUM PMnOHIc M eontl MMlANNOUNCIMINT1 Ctr...tntllt.. 155 W. UBl". ITS Tyro mli. .|* Com, lwiIMxt. :*- usa OUR
1 WANt O ixr 1i11 nnMeioIn TVNdo,15 l .
Of 1964 have produced building IqulniMmnM 1511 .,.. ..,.,_. onto.it,Mal MnmttM MWt RENTAL PURCHA3I j
Cameras .lul. MorduMK In Mlorv. ) PMX, Oiln' .iylll* *r Alocdtilin PLAN _
activity higher than in :1.JV::; ::
permit '. I* *M A NW Lan at L.N " 515 pym* \
the comparable month I a it t i r' REAL ESTATE FOR f AHM 4).. 'n..lllt ..... PIMM Ml UNIt TOTAL coir 1.

year.The. Antiques 1 1 _lie Naha 150 .." I LOST ft FOUND W/N15D,......511 001011.500,15 Its 51.111 M OIIM N.. (ALI'" on* kr.... HI" ass OP CONIIACT.yr, HMMIM Wilt'."11.II..Lila
Loll fir tin po Cwitw Dairy, P....... lnc.. Do* SU ,
report emphasized thi .' t vii: lnM>. Miy to 1015 MCm *...... 51 '
Wiiirfrmt ProportyU LCH 01.. bolllO'4 .. "."" 5 Ayt tr jJlQKt IMI5MNOMe5l1N06.on.M5 DAD AND BRAD LARSEN
Coll 411 M7I
overall construction picture in ;: Clrtlt Orotonr _'Y. I PM rT ;: i 551 OINIVATtAIIIK
Furniture Mourn Mr tai* a iorl
,..... rtwrn wry IIKMC I ISO
Florida has been good t his w MCittitM lor MltV loll.,. -. "t tfmtioni .>>Mtfllt nct In. Amy onflno' to rlnff Dtyi4 4rtNlnfMTMttry tInlin 10 PITS SUPPLIES at in. i mi* a. l. *J

year dispite some t rOil b 1 I. 'l *Ml eoiito licMnM4M elll PI Ill??._ _ Infloowti, VII Unlv' in different sections of Livestock kI *Ml I Mitt Wound M"'y .'_ Hoenti* c.lTciiiMrono Avo Pormt t llm p4'itymtoWANlTo '. 'RoeI _.0!M WM15.. ail fa1d1y.CELEBRATING.
spots pti nil NI irm M.trtoll "' NA5H .
1i it-Ml- P.pl.5.
IICI\It. Toon Prmrty < tmPovmtnl :r.
indicationsthat Mo-IIM.
the state.contruction There are In 1965 will DiamondsFish 41 .w...... PritirHn t6w Onno UtMMnV J $0.s0. ::.A Corlttn/ In t Poiry rio>,H How W ru. 1 S.5S M.on 11111(45N5aN IS .,r| IHM C MrvTM ... ,II
i' 1 II 511115551, 5055.5 miiiino fftm HI 5 HniOlf Morao PtorMt.AIIHMNf 57015?. .. A...
continue at the 1964 level or 41 Prmt ft Aim** N. 54055 .... ,."'. 04.5141s111. iiitono. II SPECIALIM
... .
possibly above it. Poles 41 CHrM. ,..**,., Mo. JslcS II. I"'JU' 'I-H.I, M.I. 5 ,.", WMI tM hum ItiwM Coil P5III II MM*. 1 kMrttmIII
Mto.in ,.
I! l_ trovnin H Mr IMMllMluoi
The Gainesville Ocala-St UNT A 1.$ uMlufi 04.01114 X50.5. 05 (tin on* MM ml I OH Tuu'rI'UL" cbciiiaMHtwi PUPPna, to4 Corn MIlMry
Augustine district was first VI CMoro. Profurty > RonUMM .5.515.1. J.'Nil. 0551 ........ 0504 41510.5 A.. Mao ml iM Mill Tao TIH4, IM MiowlriM,
Used Cars .... 11:11: II 754 1. eel'' o *ormM 5154.1r51 tor M... r* 14 4.IM Prink rWrfio
among the state's 12 districtsin CttiM lOt In* PR 1 1414 IT PR 5.5751.PIRSONALIZID ::: ,'iiW"AIITi IM II., .1/114. MIN4IlUaTaAC, Bultl Mobil/' Hormi. InC

a comparison of November I 41 p.ml,_ .*.. !SERVICE Win_ _ ARC lot> 14 ..... ModJ N.N 4 ....* Nw DID n *t UK |l.INI l.
witha Auto *. II- II 1I11f'1I/IM AMS.O 4 ; D. LMI. ADnrlltln. MIN PrmtmAt ihiH ft _i_ irk ...1M'O..AM'M.
the last two Tires : .
activity years
;; Homo lor ton Pvnt 04.15 hull nM4 1001151511kr 45411,1 V4-II44
increase. The III ..oilM ,. r lows 41/pM 551 i CLO"O 'U..DAY
72.2 per cent 41 Mown fir Rom Untvm.O I WILL cu. M 545 M I G SHSHPHER'D:11' 11
MI .. tl 1". DTM WK MnoM
Jacksonville Metropolitan Area Room lor Nonl My 141051. 4500 P I 41111 ..."...... llOCI ,. Cm ".....1 P.pp poti, whiny m4 slid PACIMAKIII. k- LEARN DRIVE lot ._1Mm5n1. M : turn $... ilrNf" *.. TV M
district is second (194 percent Aquariums'f. M Mttll' IMmooII 5IMPLIPIIOPA5LLIL 1111 l IOMII III il *l| *vm a MM
NIl... RiMiUHA SAICINO5AIY IIAUTIPUh Crlrlnlmil .. P. ,., .S Oot Trinor POrH
!) Just ahead of Fensacol IDUCATIONAL mM. 444 .1111 rtflilirM CrlHw.hui.
Row Boats WonM T. Rml V4iy MMIItiy' t IrloMiy
West Florida ((131). M S.*.... *onto* Hot*...!. Pi'*. 1/11 "" 551117r 105/1 5.d --. 5005SM QUALITY

The 11-month comparison for U emit i Bttt MM* CUT. KUNk IIAUIVAM tALON II Itkttlt > ImtrtHtlMH 11M 1114545. HOMH INC
1964 against 1963 figures gives Golf Clubs \l M 'wolnloe "..... ...... III 15.44/5/* 4M4 N 1oV IJrt 541 150.50515PSl5Ill
sill fuWMtM > *
the Tallahassee North Florida ........ II M VornoH |IHu N M 415151. tMi.51, AMtrP .... 'i'i
SIRVICI i. unto. A... mmOMO 1,5514 e S5 tMti, 4ototormlKt ooi o s 45Aca
district the lead with a 306 Typewriters 151551, tarvlcitM mtto ..r MO*._ .1/1, 1.5' 1115.ThCaSf U Mikll'. H.",... ,.. *.). Prro..AVtllAll DMrutoi HMM PIT*

per cent boost Dade County\ 55514pr rsr.1IS. 4 SPECIAL NOTICES Ills NM IIA1.,_eou.- I.."' .YO OWH.._...." ..../tY 4 MIU I.Norm<***in, M5Ps0411 441CkirM /.
it next with 24.( per cent im- M HMItt ft TV Itrvk Jo*. ... 514055 5.51 pWMln/w .aJ 4445 .....
ft PumltvrtWANTAD --
provement and Jacksonville in W. ".t... A_ n S 05.5iIoWSWi
Metropolitan Area third with NOW AT THE ORLEANS.: suINisii' YL0oS5OA5. 'On ML r UNI1yNIaN 154 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
RATES ;WILL 51110055514145 ,fl. 51(0011 'I MI *.r My.KIMtl .
TrucksRefrigerators Mi 151105 LOAMCLAIIIS
21.7 per cent. Used 45 551 0* WH KW, IM *HMCKI .

Dade County authorized tit PH. 37M4II Ior'Y CkrloMni NOW POIMIIS0 510551,01W YI13ILIM.IPM.a 4lm. aN 111155 woI.st.
tnt HMy Mov Vttr.Prom 5..h.. 055. 755.. lv1MS THr! ;.,..tiiA'L.oi'ti/ :=
dwelling units last month and'ba. HtcnorIUTTI 1,15, 51,5.III /1414.1 11151 05I1 ,45IIp. 27MM2
for the year-both forCI.aalfi.d WOtllt HOWtl W. "..... AW. P. I,5 (urn.. AMD -
12039 150 NW 1711111. -.50.TNAN0/Ty/150, -- c." .5105 OAINIIVILIIUPHOlfTIRV'

:top totals among the dozen districts. Baby Buggies OalyDEADLINES I ..., Irtloro ChIld Cr'hr C50,5 55'515,145 55150 C1ww Tr515 NUIIHWosITRAILER .... MW. IM SIPn

(1115. P1105N1540WILL'S SALIS I tm" Hti..o .xcrlLI"T call ...,... ttMM SUSININ (011105Ill m WK4* **M) N I. 5515HNERE
Electric Motors ( '' M tflywi 5 05/. loMroncM.4.I4I W. I)4.. ._... PS 4111, CIIII ,....... W"r.. IT4IM4.
>S -- -
India Conducts TM*. IPSO PH Motfl aI
.14* ...... Dry MMTt PVkll.MI CHILD Ot'lNMN* CAld ta'prflt
** .| 4151005. L"' Mtr
Store muMO Prttn r. 0IHInil ,
Red RoundupNEW EquipmentFarm Per MI It it M ...... ..**... .,. ._ oSlO '
II:. ...... M4.P 0110 15 0540 410 11 ....... 5550 /
5551$11 ..,.. ty ..y. ..4 11 44 I X
r M II it to MoIL. Nttr .II
DELHI India (AP) Machinery I PJil. .... II 14 Itr, ft M-.*

Hundreds of Communist 5.011501. 54 1 ....Ml ""

throughout India were arrested Infant's Clothing EMPLOYMENT

before dawn today. FAMILY HATIJ

Prime Minister Lal BahadurShastri' I htMrllw ......... M In* U flMAll HELP W.'TlDWIIL.A."T..r.'ro.t NAME
said the Sewing Machines llmtnitw ..... Man* ,4WD
government 4 ImtrHoiit .. ... II DMTM : > 'N < I
Reds had been "preparing for 4 005 01 5 P40. {
LM54y W 151151 .
n ssI11M .... ..... 511 IN I450 505
fifth Office TIW 051051. 0545 5M I v
violence" and "acting as a Equipment -- --
our** tfitvtoo orMlHIttlflnt COWIT'ClA
column" apparently meaning .*.< "M4 I ISIS c-.MI' 5.5150M lit 1551
they had been working for Com. Movie I Pwt M*tr 511455 Hut 51554 IIIWIII5L 1510 N 11511051
Equipment tcrnt Motor tt hotrttom.I / 51.050115 .,.
tnunlst China. """ 540511.1. S5I11YM 50-. THIS VYJIK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON
54 ontit okimf Awty w*
which faces
The government,
Outboard Motors PrinfUm oontW4KIIO D./r/05505 51114
a close election contest with the M I HMO ortlmrf ITM -... ;;;; ;= PALM LANESON

Communists in Kerala State lit ..._ 1051 L...,.. 005 WAIOO HOAR
12 points 110505. im w ..... A.W.
hauled Red leaders out of bed In Sports Equipment | M I (too* ...., VM W Tlo" COiOltO_ rntif_ _kmMOftiwy Tit. *J.4 511s liWufj *4 film L.... UM*| II Ik*

closely coordinated raids all II 115 f Pi* Mo*. 4a, *.) 4fkl.. for ........ ..4 *.|.....* .'. I
18 Points M *>r.. PAlsy. HV* IMMn { -t i t4l -! .. 515 1 p.'S *4 05 4 AIIILT i TN4I.ft
across country. Nursery Furniture ",..'.. : ; vurk b :
M 4 IMot trtDMry VN *HMIi* fnr ISIS I* rI a. Sd15
"T41 Dj.ltlell N P'.54M15IC.' 1' 11 NCIi5/Aay i i Y Cud M ,*. i.**.' .-...... m ....... --Hot 5.4.
.. __ _
*.'.... Hat.q, a Ao'OC/ntwint. Pwritt.rxxvt waW/ Vacuum Cleaners 24 Points 11.4-- ....... -15511155WI 4 ...... <*'. *.** >inki .5d r.MMN MSSSI/S wNh
ootwt kM tor 4.0M f*- ..t5I. 11,51 115 1v 051. ....*'..t ... ..(.y Ik* mtirrlttil tmrmy **nM .
/o. loll PwnltoH, I.** M"*" 00.. ...M...y115 411 50 0554 .51111. 5114 .. *...U.4 *4 .. ....'.. I. >*4 ., i.n' *n* '_D. tr ..... 555005.4 11054. 511.4 r SWOIS(505. <.. It .. AMifc I W 'IM i._ I
*. Wa4M.Y. JI.1I f ** p in ** M *
Mor HIM II:flt 5
,, 110 1 15 M.L'15IS 0 M S.M.I/M Fishing Equipment ::no olIW. AM P* 1111/. M Ik. fr. Ship .k.t* .N MM!* .! k....tOM ..MP5Iak
.I'd V11a15d II .55/11 NISN PI'4w"V. 36 PI. 111 515 S5s Ii .**ik*.*4'. Tknvojk lk.. IM *4k 0....... S

W. Vl CIII'LINleVSPa51 Building Materials 7/1i.... III wwy"- ; -r .4<.., i*..... .. I a4- IM tl 00 I* k..ii. .rwi4.

17101 ":., .., 0115. -r. 1.505050 115 T*. 05.0 11* (iVuM*** *4 W |rM f A A4. I* 2 A.M.Ik'Cofkwrl .
s- w r Ss ..Ib4Mn '"' !:!.2'_fI._45.515_4555141w
-"OTK' OPTO tAL' .. UM *Mk D4l (nut I f M. Ie 2 A.M. .

WHOM on IT mm MAY* itot COI4CIRNYM ,im IK*- 54 .... Washing Machines TIll 105wIs M .. 115 M SECIITAIYPO 1-. if *

...... .550 0,15.0Iw CMMIM c.11I. ... Ior 015 M 515 pall wilds ... Nu.. Ws. '
'""- .. --.."I. .... .. 1551111. 0451155 151 540 Iw .....,."''/ 05.551. M51w t 1 tPOTLIOHTAMUSIMINTf
.. 0505545 0540 r 0 ...... VWtt M Heating Equipment 111 5sr 1110 M 54 ._ -1'
ISO 405 105 II .111110. 0W 4.0511 IS ..- .. ..-- ..
Nail' 05511 5I.- a IWIWl.1I. .550 5IrM55t 0.015./405 5,50 5111155' ,.
T.5 050511.05 .5 S4 WI WI 05 15140.1 5 VII 1/.50 55 M r M 101.-
05" .i p5I1WIA 0505 WOO IS 10115. Musical Instruments 55015.5150 t I "IMINO' DIMIM4.0AMCIM4COCKTAILS *

1111 545MS 511. WI....0145.5 I05451 014.a1W 14111 11 .550 05411 rMV 10 .51115. 1105111 l2tVUMHK, w..... .JAoL'''', 1# .. __ III LCfca IYBO t
15155. 5150 5.5 1111 05N
.._140 0545 0111 051151 IS M S S 0540.554.5.50.tt..5 0A 15 5A. Camping Equipment !4.0451,1.5+. A IICI" III .... ... Ors 5...., SIS w 905 w OUTCHTREAT ;05.ni
W4N05 I11 05.M 551101 M M.JIA 005 SII $15 t ... ... 05105511 l'_ A 45 55 t 41. IIOJ W. IMry A.4. w5w 055.5,.. MM 5155.I fil'lioIN to A I
.15 *511105.5An 0505 515155 05 1555 11 5. 515551. .54 5 M W .II14.w 5015,0 550154
41,4 _PW05S w1015 05 15 -- 105M .- 44 0555 50505 1155 :::. .4 P.- _0451521 /OIJIg! DAY :105 tor f* inn tl: 0 M>
My IW 05051 51c5515. 054 5051' iS IM I AM. to ** "'* r
5.4 WI Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 055/.+545.I 55 .. -tlrii"A......
5555 054 No 5.5510.5.
IS0W .. 515. Iw4a4. .W -
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... 151N WWO551S r M 45011110 y M.9
115. .. .
4.5. 050554111010. 5154 :=..=.:: w 5141 It PA 4105.
55. W101 4555 114 51 15..15 1 01115 M
5 --"UOCI."U MICOUN7C0.,01ATIoa 551 505. 0.15554 1 1 1- ... ..... .. ... _
_55 55 55 .r.p 0 55 Ir_ 054 0 15 05,0101 "" ..,... I. ,..,
Playthings : 05
A5M/ t .1155 -1..rs P r"145. '1-:1.0.: SPHLLIY'S 171.0562 5115E .15(5
54 5rr14 ,. 115 M 111511. M O/IatO.!
455501,455 .._n 155' 555. 151 5. 055 55.

IJIItt 045OUL. oP IS/T Electrical AppliancesDogs porn I5. :T PVN 0. V.5.5 ::=:- 11I.-::: *
TOt JAM55 $LACSSASW 54 ..451.IOSS lips 104. MJYTLI .. 154 DIMIMO./ MUSIC
5041 r
Cats Parakeets e--- '
III r ::: : :'iM
.. -'" 0 5510. N aNu"" INU
5,1 _r -. C415.twM C.IA_11 5.14M ..... MANAGER TRAINEES N I5 55 050 154555. br1WTT1iI0".Rbr\ IU"IC 100M

4.4 ....5IJa5M5A4.0I4 V 541110,04"". 011 Ps55IS 40 15.05. 551 CMS,,
.. 45115/1
5 ----e- Nothing grill tell it fader ." CIMIN4/ CAt.'.. .10510551.5 505.1 0551 IS 5..5
1054550101S4 SCHOONER ROOM -. ..w 5.I ..., 1141
.. (100510 .. 11.s-WI 10p WANTED ITALYM ( AiMtVIUiVMW09I :_:. /a (im f_ ,_:IOM_
- 055. M S50r4r4 II ..5054I :271 W V + AvS
than theGAINESVILLE .. .
: .. .
C- .. -'
w A'S .... v5050r5 r + COCKTAIl *

Lot-'15._TOne.-. 511 540 .55045 w... M.... 25 t. SO l., M.*.t" /Ni40N ,..it,... M *IIIIQHI.lll*<,.A4rTMM P N LOVH6I1 *

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5551. SUN :: :,=-.t .. !<
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15..0tk.. frp( >4j. b.ii.fr*. wh.. 4t..I t4. f re- (10
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_V. h 45. 5 ,., .srr1.d 11:40. Pwll 11.4 tttI,..,..... ...,. 51501
051054 (10 5I 05 1111 5 555 345559 ...,ift 51II.t.51s.Osg.n KIWI* C9CHHM5 PI AIM* .. .. 5 At .w 1" '.4
rspl.sgd *
(05105. 151 Want,1 J 40M t H. /4 S.!*
---L- WANT ADS =: 31111 1
_*. ...-. .5010. -a 5511.,..... / $90.00 *t.k. .. ) IM t12J4 .,.,1 c.4 g5a..1........, ._ P .4..a1.r" 05 P 4544..../s nBvTifrBMnjrTHeKJIVICE:

,-.,.,--- --.. .. .. 1NMpAfI SI2LOO ,., ....t.Jec. T4I1.+ =: 10'*-- DIRECTORY
YM.IL 05 1515 141 .r 1 -
-- ....'. M.: M......

TMA ..(10CMA.l1 110 .. .'- 1.a CALL K.W. I6ih A.... C.l*..... TO LIST rout MTTAU.UMT > IOUN" CArmiiA 01 PLACE

Cc-1.5. 5(..150 ..501.I.'OU 0100.. 05 Mrh ha |>.rMMr. M M,. E/.5.d.a. w cr iHTirrAiNMfKT, IH THIS AU MW IHTHTAINMINT GUIDE

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... 05- 37'.1411 1 .4

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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 30, 1964

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I ADS .'
CLASSifiED ; or
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1 t CllGn out the assets b Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash ,.,.011 to person ads ars for non commercial .... selling m"chOI.Ji ".:cell Ltet

1 0 4 $3 $100 .r 1..1 with the selling price Itot.elllI the oel. No odditlollol costs for odl that require the full 10 day. Net r.fundl for ode that

DAYS LINES bring quicker actiOll.

: )I DIAl. 378.1411 0 0 0 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ada ,

I, ) IS H..... ,.. *.!. is H.MM rf Sale i IS Hoses for Solo l I IS HMMI rr Sl.wlo I IS HmiM. ,.. Sol. IS HMIWI For Sal.MUOT .I II Horn for Sol IS H._ f*. Sol.

UAL ISTATI FOR SALIIt' ,". 3 B. SOY NOW AND WO'K OUT Yfli OWNER. ...woactMe homO lor MODEL HOME L0000UY MOVE 'Y 12.JJ." I AAI VDU MOVING TD oc.crtJ"I. HAII""'" qua"'Y 5114 lowly bioS' .
'UY NOW ,AONI 'UI D&II IY IK OWN R fT II yr. ..M 'hem*. DOWN,, PAYMIMTlow In NW I blocks fromMyr i Now miss bodowoo. Iwo full 1.111 I is dsCipod _. Cat1IIff. .. horn In Ocele PI.. I 1ft, are empheilzod In th.* .low cutonvanlgncd ..
Rocontly eompmod horn Hi '* M. hat.. N.avli wooded tots TonHlllBOr ochod. Muot bo ltdtaos IJIII I betm tsar Jr. coiioao, *. t bum homo KlWlmborly
)11 .
r. Solo ....... cent !boot S tlrtend. M III bulldor1 model Conorol EI.drObulll.M
HenuB t .. PHA II.
Mobil. Motor' 4 builtinclooott .. krlr not In Ssob'dltlatso low solar santructlts. Threelonloli Hon to bo owoclttod.. Call' piHOM. ovon .... ,..... Ol control dew Stt per. maim' toFR montory schools end thopp" cotor ..,_ t M. I bofln, 1
....... Lo. corner 2.'r. r.:: ....
I full tllo many PI. To and roar bsdrsomr all and Owe ....11.. to olr con ...... till N8 4th on Itnj londtceped Win' _lid femiiy room, control I
I ion odoptobio
.6k f2f
HII I" iA .56 H. birch kltchon coMnolo OI Do- both. Incledl brkh frottt 0r trede lor tlmller Horn In .heotm* t olr _1I1on1... leeu.tl .
will 12.W c..... 'IUKO hardwood pet call 374-271. FOR SALB BY OWNER S BR 1I1on1... Puny ItndKopid lotItV BARGAIN PRIM Otlnowlll Prlc from
: : ovon eookor fop 'In Weltwood !..... ..... I1Mpor ring 'ul Intorlor. to much morn tbonvou
:! twuw, no down
o. : f1540s0. floor, |Ire. lot ki RwtrlctodA IN NIWBEP.RY. S ,". CCI Home Walk to shoo! All city ttrvlcei.too pio rm corport utility 5.110I to Sli.00 call McKlnnoy wwW expect tor llf.SOO.
.. for ooio 'by owner. M tot com or of N.W. :Jtttl Drive and N. W. nn., I act 'lond In Mea._" "'""th. Or. MM down PeA HARDWOOD Noon Hug family,, Groan PJooiton, 311->> '. 55.5 I Mm Tor. off N.W. 3/01
Spring" 101..500. Call 41, 3<71. 'IN por month Includn IUM ondClafln room will flrtploco. Largo petle.I Av. _
of MM down w- Jth Piece. Can JTWMI dolly or 'by spptMhtstl MK
Of- IM trot. bodroom
Hugh idw.rcH Inc. tquor 1 1'17
MOBILI HOWESrM Now under eomtructtm :1st* NW lit monthly.' _,Nt. PoOM nlglitt. IV OWNER S BR. corport 101'X ftco M Nl hit .,. and nth Ave.vtnn. bot.... Mil N.I. Tin Strwt. m1U1. I IUprlc* reduced, no ..... iBR the.,11II11""'".. 21W6III. Lloyd My.rid.
M St. S IR, 100111." '1.. ""., IOC, .wlpoad 'Idr.
N w. 1MI: e. YOU CAN SAVI Slots' M thltS shady lot. ROOT foncod. I I both. kltchon .
37.2311iiPORI bullt-w kltchon, S-cor carport. .. Noor enoolo t otapplng. 162 Itmonthl' PICA or VA, 1103 Nl tsth Tor.Idwerdl .
luy now all you pick colon. built IS." .JIn. .=,C.i: :: : FORDYCEFEATURES //. Small tllUlly. 121' N.W. I sTORY COLONIAL Homo 'InNC. .1 Huge Inc .374.073. POll SAll OR BINT. I ,". kit
tor 101 Many oddod footuro Irg MClll ore*. Coil' VHfrt. Illh II. 17'1-3141. 4 IR, mooorn kitchen $74- THE JAMES equipped' near Stephen Peittrctwoi.
uo iio-oae
you IIUY ... Here I. talus ooo, coo down Coil' FR t-a'l I .11 .nd don air. csodllon.d. CIfto / .. tie NW 32nd PL Call
51111. App. a pecked S br.
w.IIW M M Mo11II unlto 5. choooo ram. TOM W. ORAOV, FR fWUor FOR SALE BY OWNS" I IR both borne Mar OHS. C-M t I to tool drlvo 'by 41) Nl 7th itBUILDERS COMPANYSWIMMING Oral. 11l.1." Swimming. Pool man.b.rMlp. M2-IM7. Tumor Alllooodbeoullful .
bn.1. contact David U Himdor sr. home f blocks from Univ. Avo. A-C, ,.. : 4500 down. $0203 mans.ly.
.Idt. 11II" W Ia. ponoled LR with .
.. ..0.11. 3r .P MODELarty
1m S. Melt Homo It Nl It W. two with t>o* down. Phon PI bYllM bookthelvM, study, C.II .tt. 3 ,11II PR ... NO QUALI'V'NQI" '
"' AmorUon dotlgn. I bod .. mat
HOI mw 3 50. I both ham
CAROL IITATIS I .... I both BEAUTIFUL" entrtnc foyer end plenty room, two lull bothi. 01 built- I '". CCS low down paymeot .. doll 10 LIItIowood IchooL Tet.Ion. .
P& P1111Matl5.Hlller05t, WNef built-in ,rong ft ov n, oxtoriorrocontly No Ouelllyln .omr Down Nl orner M for SON I lor. "h of itorog ,,. in ovon and rong. Control hoot. lilt. UjI .vmonl. 1100 II 4511' -. 011 WIIIIt wily,
jar A New brick front ki top ..., wnhor. POP.OVCI ftnt AISOCIAT3. .C. "tot down Tar. .
p a I I" r d partiallytsnc.d homo, rofrlfl. VA. no por month.MM POOLSPACIOUS or phso PR 5.0001. !rapt droemy kitchen
.. a'.. CIOM t* etlMolt. par ...... W. Univ.' 375.1775WE.TWOOD ....
nlco St. Augu." town.IIM lame cloMto ond utility down PHI m math I control !Mol end. elr conditioning.
f U ,.... In IM MoMH !Hem down ft .....m. morto_ wtlkl livid. itrooti controlhett ogo In Woodlond Tat'_ ColFurdyc troo, now t BR, I Move In: irt-nn. Hugh Idwordi, 51)17 DIRECT PROM lUll Dill Ply $2000 .n.. ouumo 1141 per
Will oexopf or or tumlturo' M built In men end rtnoi.Pey Vo-IUo. both Colonlol Control A-C, troot, 'Inc. Nl 151)1 tf. ond Itlh Av., I bodroom M ball" mo.eonry M ..... _ml..l.... 'arocto 01 "'.. Incl. to..e and Imuronco.

s'"$ERVIC HAS BUILT dn. poymonf. mmt, manta only"arrsogod tM dmn. I bedroom monthly" ..pot lib LOW OM. *t 1211 NW Jilt' Or. lid' carmo. PIRIPLACI. HOMES .... our MINE home pool., Locoled will, ItXlr NM IWIM-NW hart Hom"will mo451, satelilM TM' comp Nnmlgng I Ito. Umv.Saudi srtuseI Pouoy,, IIHIIor.I W.

I OUR BUSINESS" CONCP.ITI Mock Mull locotto t1MO 1111. 'ulldO 31"71. Monthly' poymontt with. thle } or or m low ttn.down poymont. J7MJ7I booutltul In / brick, tiroploce homn toctlon luit outiloe' Hit city I...... 1311 N. W. Nth AvMls, Hugh _
NW 44th Av.. tow down ncollent Northwott neighbortnodi. "- Sowards. 1110.. 375.1111ENJOY
Thlt b !
I homo In N. W. Built hi won Hi. eo ncoption buy
[BAIRD MOBILE pP y sot. Clll 11..*... or n OWNER*., I lowing both PHA otolo,m Mcrltlco...lIlpl.* rouge A-C unit good .,...- I '''. I bum horn m CirO. Ee.titM. a. -. Quollty. cu.1om built! s'by u I "Ns.T.. etBlfM.LOVELY ft 4 B..,_ Model U
ItJl. _.,,. ....51 por mo. lowdown ooo with tl.ilbie down piymoot. FHA mortoeged, SIM 171.254. : THESE 3HADOWLAWN
L LOW EQUITY', o..um. mortg *.. pymf. Ml> NI ION St.IUY Call Fordyco J7HH4., down paymso.04 M per I bedroom. 1V bothi iplltlovol ESTATES
HOMES Ilk. now. S .... I bath .,. 1717517. mDt1lh. 1241 NI IDIh Avo. or McKINNEY :mtionry Home locefod : i FEATURES ,. D. OLIVER
; rot dlnln. foml|* room NO OUALIPYINO call 5R, 1-3'74. the NW Mctlon' loot (Inild CsMral 110.
with,* alrcuodl/lomb I mom built.In romji HAPPINESS. k ITP.IICH ONSv lop III A OR, Pom. rm, I coy llmlti. ONLY IU.2M will S 5 AlrCSndlllansriSulllal I OPPIIINOIndlvldutl
Ifcno m." M. In 441 ntr largo clIO, no clly,' ti.. Invntln In U. S. HM Momo lirgo or., S "both petit ond pas' FRED GREEN 1700 DOWN. 1 OltoM11, Itylei For You
; 01. paved ..... with curbing bum ALACHUA m *)s on MOWIt* bv INC.Cempor tot. Oil Fordyco 375.1235.FORDYCE. DEATON NEAT I .bedroom. houw m Itrgtwell 5..0.1 Yard a Won Dtnnod, IMnf ....
Pl1 CONNOLLY ::1726 NW If'h Awe Pr .1701 .Ito p11.0,5 vsl.aMed. ARNOLD lendKopod lot "K.t 3V nibS 0 PlrnalamIs a Quellly moitrM worn0 -
MoblM Ham ..,... I.... I ft I or 5:31: p.m, Homo Olftd suing 5.05- RIALTORS from Oilnotvlllt. OWNER WILL' a I III. i 0.010 CCI Nom. msosMl
reatw mebIII Mary Sri,,, I ,oM. S ,..10anI N. S ASSOCIATES. INC. REALTOR FINANCE. I located mar _,I. lIIIuol sill A community you would bt
1 Mr elont. 7 year ftnencln 1'1. N "PI. Gram Pordym. .R..1/or CORNER LOT Imwdl.t.ly. Vary naonlms proud to llvo In
I rive out .....,. I mile* Soutno JWK cat win .* other 1bedroom. 11..1. .UATI CONSULTANT! MERRY This .bedroom. I bail' home ,In flown Plvmon'. Mop be nn at Drlyo Woif on N.W. Wtti
.in vllit on. U. S. 441 ,II. ,YOU both, fully ilr rand, DIck "..k. Prances Hough Wilt lit fh* family mof |otibodroom Ills I ottroctlv Southweir ..... Thllopochwt John Merrill 11IOI NI l4N DIve Awe port me Olen ....... kttrioctlon. >
6- n hornet. U IUY IT IVLRVTIMI" rill Oouldon Horvoy luntonI I bath boouty. will gott roildenco wim more Pin spyahntnnootl call let lion" on (.oft.FM .
3728404CHRISTMAS Inlg medals Sit,230 en tn.. loot wu.re foot of floor
Oouldm 31s-4l.5 1 MId.Yttt1KqPiKNTKtteAlglttlgoNYK .
O.I C. Gay Dudley 5 dlihwoihor Sod disposal" dill-. Realtor
: |J Lon FOR SALI will bo marry N you yam lot. ,:20 W. Univ., t-\Ot dial a good Khool marby.M .P.... 'Include eopirito d I nIn. -
roildonco with M tnor ,low room and ftmlly room wltnflroploco. MULTIPLE LIlTING
docld t* buy prim ot 114,101 with
LAR& loll In I....rll marry Slim footurooi hand_ on, PHA ttrnw Dial Mitt: to. Controlly iieolod ondIr PHONI r* 1.141 .tEtElII1E1taKNl/MIthE W..rM
iI.d'd _
111 .
ti.. living room, family room' withllroploco day. TM. horn It etaclusWI ASSOCIATEIMARCELLA
'J. Ai oeiATis, INC. outitondlm, klfcntn I LASS1TERREALTY PARRISHPRESENTS nitod with McK.1' n n ty- FORDS
won I* pe : Move in by Jan. 1st
fll W. Univ. J7HJ34loko othor I ,:. P,0nM1T1addr.N Spont. In this lowly Skylln. Holghti _'ULWOOD I
In Block Acnoi ocuponcy .. horn* con H Mpromptly
loll "!QUO South' of 0liw wllhln a fm days, Wall fa wolf.you corpot' Jut on Idol homo for t Itrgtftmliy
Will oppr. S mlloi llnlblo' tarmll '2:1.100.00: THBJ FOLLOWINO' HOME! MUST control olr" largo light ,Ilch... who" noodi ten of room New Brick Homes
MARY MOELLER, Roaltor ft SANTA bv givln. your fwnlly: I I SOLD THII MONTH TOIXEMPTION Now Unlvortlly' Lovoly brick "homo, f."'"' room ..II.. Buy tofu 4 I.R, I both, PI*. rm., Controlhoot. I la I Be eligible for Homestead Exemption.
101t- W, Unlv" ; F" tUflxf \ Ibis" triroo bodroom two the P0 HOhflTIAD I.'. living room wooroto dining, January lit and got Homoitood Idetlly located. Willis I
IMilkit. ) bodroomt I bothv ondnlco block ot mo tchool Ps t.d Stephen Fetter
fiomo In tM wry pso. ram Eo.mp110n27,011 will Mtr
moionry .
5i .. poounrui lot. in NWSPcilon ....
lor Flyby roo. Compitloiyoaulppwt Florid room. A study which pad term. iMutlhil thodod tot H tight* Limited Number of
loeotod odlocont to city for 1 total prico of 1 .IOllooMI. I balll. cmhll ..110.1 to complotoly prlvoto. Located on Thii\ proporty I* In oiccol I sot i
/hll.! with pav.d. etrnstu s.mm, 114.OM 01 TM tornio will mono Maglllul 1u1ll.1. ONI YEAR lire wooded lot, walking dlo I TO condition .Priced under 117000Cm I t 4 btdraomv. built-in kltdion -
ffy ..,...'A'to' lira* lot noil "lorno" hippy. too. ot only OLD sops." I'.ooo down oiiumontg tone t* Unlvorally el Florid ... till. .Mns call 63523.: N. w. bt PHA llitMced with lowdown equipment, con. ...... VA M
Aio on woldo Rood "lull mIM oniy" .000., to oh and ot 't"Nh'lr iol Movi location. ciao to 01sppl .0. ,.,....!-Lef i U. oIIow too down ,.,mon'. PHA from IMO COMPLETE HOMES
.t"h of .perry, DMft "paymwd ItMOtpormonttilSFAKKLINO .: I ft > fxcollont norlhooil 'lonllon ftiti' I church nd school bu.. TII'.. ton lint property bolo" y e u down-os cluing COO," I
Cdmist.. nringad.Macau. ol Chrlltmoi, frig, IN. 001,0.01 s10.pin prah Nomeprlcsd busy .....roo"'., t bothi, cn buy. CHI I PR .36.7..
its.. this hnmoculoto th... bedroom, to Mil with .km .down pay frol air, tread ttroot. Only S20. Capitol 1 Bandit. Inc.
_5 Y, o. McCoy iJtnWWINIFRED two bom homo hi Florldo, Fork MODF.P.N MULT LIVIL SS III mad end Immodloti occuponcy.roo M with PHI or Convention a I NEWS FLASH NW. tn. pttce a till Itnol i $10 Down'j
lo hot Will yen hovo boon .look. kith w-lo fomlly: rows NartlbWl.l. T/rm1.. Yet. thlt It newt Wt taw a 0,., NOOSE DAILY
W.Nrhest ,,.,.'" Ing for. torgo llv eoN troM HIiM wIMttr.t Ivs L. Family, lull mo homo, 4 .booVotporot duplex thin con bo bought for Call m-ati or 11..7_
J odd to tho .....IIM lotting on Nana No ...11".... MOVI 'IN. room. I 'bath, family room : ALL loot than 'It* morliot value Fully j YA
on on son lot. TM a golly' dram piayroorn, Olaplam; {inlv./ of u. extend to stir "Ilftd. the fumlihod Good condition, !
CRAWFORD home 5-10.00111 FINLIY ARIA 4 11. t both Ino ....... Sm.ulilully Lnd.capedy.rd. ".oon'. Orootlngt "7S.1IO par month' Income _
Cg.. Vrakor, Ipoclollilng. Nl NOW ONLY 111.MOM. ill" Mllim en WIN dood sod .,..... Controltaot. Must bo told 'by Jan lit will her SAVE MONEY BY 'includes l
T* ,LAKI FROPIRTIIS Terrace tlv* bodroom. two lid yord, Only S7M down ARNOLDRIALTY con.I"".. roounoDIo otforti It y Closing Costs
ACRIAai bith fomlly room controllyhomod tt quolltlod PISA buyor 'Iack Aeroo Trdlllsoal' I bdrom. would pay you to Invoitlgot SEE, 10EXCITING
7 3 ml I N. MolroMSUMMIR, GR, 1-2911 usual tsar MitcolM Sod. I bail home with llvl/g' roan. COMPANY Dust wilt Cell PR t-3417. y being eligible for Homestead Exemption (7
HOMI .,..... Khooli. Fool rnmborMilp HIGHLANDS t BP. f IMIII kjnorm. dining Multlplt Lilting. MomborHl
M..madh of Svwonno Rlvor, molloblo" Loa Ownor Cholco' nolghaorlMod. WrSOt. roan wIIN I, E.if.: : W. Univ. Av. 37HSM: ASSOCIATES
....* I .". CC. eompio" moved all wants r* Nil ... MOMS /IN. Iris. built N Auoclotot Jon Cilitw.il J. Prod Ouy Joyno SutterworthCat. try Low FHA Down PaymentsFree
Itbturnlotiod I Ira llroploc*. A.Qn for* Itw lit. SIN DOWN ft own. rl doling Mal. Jim ....PtI.'" lob Ktikmon J. W, Devi. H, J. Wlltuilrt
j frooh fl lohI' P. W. Hodgo Jimmy" roono Thames W. Redford
to salt ft woior |
J.W.KIRKPATRICK coot. Only I M> por mo poymontIncludn Now Lilting Almost now I bodroom, Lifetime
fllftormin'l. porodlM, Wyrr.KSOON. II loxol I, ,.ou.._. I I all controlly hootod. and air Wiltor. Stoddord- -___ Multlpl Lilting___ __ 1965MODELS Membership'In
Plat FM mil' Liniif .HI both Mi Normwnt." Near condltlonod homo on lorgo 100 o
k.PI.. 11101101'n IMMIDIATIOCCUPANCY. ,. IM tot In Wlmborly EiUtn.Bull TREES TREES TREES Fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club
I > SANTA PI LASS War round In kltchon unlto
I' >>.bedroom. Demo, tin! con," N. MaltA/10CP5u. I'll .5554 MAN AN OPPIR IN Monthly from $82 1 includes all.
Met can bt rented hone ".101.. CALL Inaspaslw' 7.5 bedroom Mors Ina04 payments
I. ,et door "berbocu houM. pier Ploys M.hI_ Iron. lunnollCopt. _lIlon. 51.0' Ideal I
I with 1ll I flin It on round oncollont If. Over opportunityto .on acre Loud. A.Klrklond W. P.OK*. SIN Ion Rot.Onto" ? 378-1521 for homo builnou.Unlvonlty 5 Why not live inGainesville's VILLAGE r Phone 37 ..7971i

mike your femlly floppy forICAO ..lows Acm Now ...I.'dt' roItrlctod -
1 I Coll '7"'''' Alechui. M,die Lonltor, MiltorWm oubdlvlilon of act km
Ei oily AiMClltet Arli T. ....1111, ADVERTISE' 'IN THI I '. lllll Horrli, A.I.t..d Panel otro..... Inildo loll PIG, .. 55, i HUGH EDWARDS INC..
K.itor.J ISIVICD1SICTORY' Imtlt Aiooclito, nmori HIM. Outiido city llmlti I GREEN :
Ihut NO CITY TAXIS. wooded

Soy btors J..ry lit tor Nams..toad I NE 15th Street & 28th Aye.MhIIIIIIltIOIIN2WW .
j losmptlon Extension

.. W I.A.00WIOT.T1L0.A7111ATIt..0LTCOMPARE _

M. M.PARRISH. 5 wonderland I

$ This Week'sTV I- '" Featuring Electric Kitchen.G e nerol !

Large 100 x 100 ft. Lots Homes priced from

AHOCIATSI. INC Brick gas burning oek' log ,
L N. Want Hill Molon Oroho $H 5.300 $18.275.'ayments" THESE HOME VALUESBEFORE
Carolyn Pooloy ,Mary PorrliN Fireplace from $100
N .I. Pint St. Tol S71-5I! YOU BUYSAVE"
I 1 m G. E. Built-ins a! a month up. YOUNG

1w 110I All City Services m AMERICA HOMES

= :n;: have fireplaces paneled !!
I j MODELSI Walk to top Schools family rooms 2

,, I Walk to 300 Club full baths with Indi.
Specia Now Open! ftUY' YOUR NEW HOME
Family Rooms rect lighting central
1: White Terroxio Floors A ducted: heat Italian
Northwest terrazzo floors. AND SAVE YOUR

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Cutfom hilt kwiMl r*. WESTWOOD FURNISHED MODEL 7s. following ire rOIdy for 527 I. Univ. I.....
IfrlcfWluHfully torn comfortobl homo torIcrgo
SETS S l.mllv." 4 II. 4
woo414 Pals 1 W ESTATES A 6T2 S.W. JSfn Woy both. up Uvlnj room, fomlly'
Drive north on Moln St. pars.., dNbtI tan.
110I (Country Club litotol) :. scrsrd pmt, SR,
Al City *.".*. __ Drive West on University Avenue H or NW. 13th St. to 39th .
or :;: 4 ,". tvi korno. ra*. pio.fm. klldlMt to PN11o down soot
NY .. N.W. 16th Aye Turn on N.W. 43rd Av.. Turn tight Uott to sod. oddltlonol. *ntorvrv > WNoy .1, canmllatd r tit I
N. 551105155R05NMNwtsO St. turn right .
NE. 15th I 10.,5100$ area. many "Iur bum, In oppiioncoownndirfufbuolnoM
Road. Turn at N.W. Uth Place. (south welch for YOUNG tsalur,.. Vory OMCftnlv* .ylortonlty' 00, nom ramin.salon. .
1.1... It 110015. AMERICA HOMES Hon on 1700 dn, andIM Mull pool hnsstlnwl 0., I

115117 .NolIld II .... lilt Butler Brothers Bldrs. let?. MODELS AT N. t.15th par nnnffi tlnonclol will' orrlng diicuwothor prosody 1JT k -111111.01Waits. Lot ooprmtmoWy ..

llde N N w. NIN 50.10 '0. N ... I St. and 30th Av. .) apl.INNwI NcaaNO7 "....
Hum If N.W. 1s.A.
v15olla.b Phone 312.7070.
gu 372-9545
Y '" 904 NW 14lh A...

1 = SALES OFFICIO I :N;: l: 1 both sis down NorwoodHope
WALTER STUBBSInc. N.W. Urk Av. 6 19th TesNcaG.is..vllll Open Dolly 10.' 5 :'

TREES TREES TREES I e, 110.1,10.?
J "H" Inc
Phone 375-5394 YOUNGAMERICA s \l a We Trod. Homes

"We troJe houses"Kttltf '. .....* o"d moot I I I / or PropertyALL

I..arl.rs.p.55m.nt building .,

4ilNES TOWERS I A..1.tiooI GelI' Fna1las or PP 1MI

rEatt Sale <:.p NOW LEASING I I -

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This special 900] on B.drOOm 1 Vi baths 921 t.WXURY GREAT YEAR-END
NE 5lh Place Nw

Ranch Styl wills Western I
$2.00 .",e Item end le opento 11..1)1 bvcu<<.. make and kwld.an offer bar. I NOW FROM

II we Y"'want. to mow It this I, KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY

non e commercial ..dvent. I
I I ()POll for ", *.IBratdlo I II $10 DOWN VA
I and 2 balKs.
with Superb contfruetlonfhroughout. I
.... enly. Each weak illSNWIth


It Acres nilMlHii. lnwBurnotf FUTURES INCtUUliMTMfl .
I e new want ed ipeclel twoon .... Plato
Sod AlocJw* Mf oM *". S Swiws.wn p.55 *. |OOO. Good Only Thru December 31st I II
I 1 Prtcod M only SNt. CM uo.JACKDEYOT. 0 Ain. SI Pkt Cro d s Cn f.l Hoo I

;Ieill be offered, welch for e C..lnAl Gad loMdry FMlitM*
Jtm LNIM G.b.g. Dip Ck h I
I e hid) hrk/q Atow a L hltd Srd.mlks ACT NOW-TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE!!
O i tt.va.n

it. Went At Special I R&.f.ad Ira&NASSOCIATES

/ PHONE 376-4456 I WrkpatrUk fir Piano lies ..-....1 new hornet IPI Highland C....

r Phone 3711411. toy lltt. Chris Srwia I CZt"_ s.m.ol


&. e. Ser Pb.Ra 172.2511Its 2JO tW. irt ST. U S. MWY. 441 KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUILDERS

I I MW lit I*. i Butler Bros. BUILDERS SALES LOCATED AT Phone N.L 23r 372-3471*1 ILVO. AND 11th TERRACE

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a homo. I II I balbl44ijj iFU5NT0HEQ I 5105000015055CC.

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mane hr 007145g.
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I 511 W. \IItIw. PS 041St. $169 IntraltodN PONTIAC. IMi J* PO O VJ,
MWlHut Moot Ml far UIC.r.iloa.. Ar -1011': : 1101.15.4 Hs5 554.21 ... ...... Down 14 ..... to ..Door Mm, P4H, u.tI ." .
Orlv I II. ee. 50100 Monoy -
Mgorlol* prlc* It.. "
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DISIIWA5ItEP. 23505. II" ,
by _. C.ll PI sood 55ri15.10g .. Sl. POP.O Vk.lm .
Do You Have .... C 974-_ pldls.ou II'"
J5J I wv MM. WMM *r and II 5?. bas of III IIW Ills __ I ..... UI.. Awnlnf *
701'S .
lit. CCt IKKTM I* NW _..... 42 Farms 4> A.**iII I COIl PR MM. i'M'iWfiiiC .. HIRNOOM IIMVICI ITS?.
MW Inliritm 71. INMrrMHM n. CCI. cat.5o.Ia miiiiy rMm.Itov '* woy w'rfl OMAn WILL' TRAOIit fit It 4m u.M .
;;;.. indrawn, tnmny r..... AIM, L"IIMn, ...yand...... IGI .ovis WIN Pa55005 and 1115aMliosras. I A RoomsAportment .*salon 4 rorrl on'"* IkjnM nmllM III*. boa c""vIM. DISCOUNT "lu**_Imtro 101_tor Rtnt OIsaslnI oloxtrl. rution ,Is CMIVROLtT sand ""'d.. RIM

...... 55 55590 SUASSA. 55. 'Is9silims. I1". ..00 5200 Wll.lty r14ec55 005 II GIlt Snows prMI. p5150*' I I.... W ... m*. 4U*C NW WftII klwmpooor II, McOnlll 'umlIw JJ. 55 lOr If'3 pin bMI.. Cod PM I. -FrJ,* tt tprtl Cr :
'' one fote III or VMOM WO-Urtk PRICES .0Mt; W. .
:: :IiW4 WI i..WV4. PHI _"y......... C.M 371.1311. or Cfc IhtnlniCont '

THI "..,.. ..-y. MAKI Ul OPpTiT"tamuy Acm a IIDIIOOIIo\I. hint 1101o5robs. W. Mtorwll 5v.bodyHENDRIX .. .,. ..0H"M...OLBt. IN TR't, ipok VMI. mocn filcolly |
=1;.MS.iTO. AN ...... Mt. MV goad MN.N House to Rent? Hl ...... ocowasls Panels.Cssn.ola.tS RaH -I MUM, mast KCMiorloTvw
.. room I IR. | ...... i toss MARY MOELLER. RultorWl Is sOospp5 5.055. U r..1 i Oil > w1. A I con*. CoIl PR ...." Pllta .J1t.tCIIl ..... .......
SaUl 5And. .......1 ....,. ..s W. gel,. ,. *..7IPOKDYCR Wets, -.-. AoeiIa$5N 4415 FURNITURE CO. IIU Nt lilt Av*. .- -
III. SW _"Ion... REMEMBER 055 "MI
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SuiI71i P5 .._ *_ MM H. PINI PI [WOOD M Ml'*. I
lit .._. a.ss4u4i 10' $1 P05.5* HW IK M Any IN 'OliO. "'hi goal. SInes t;;. .
III pso an.. JJM acres .5 stasIs WN w tOt W 44UIM.
.. OIl II" .. .. .
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I lism5s \:: nwim nit I* Call H4*Ir 5111
diW0 alsO so Ir_
TIIII or 044 : MedlilS kltsu4 I kite IM lor Pht.rs U t wiumo Ul Iwnmoo.
271.4745. I IR owlwd pw CHAN wo* rrlwolor4 Mymonn l's.
pI..., 0n5 1.10 .. hmMhi 1 IR Slims 501. GIlt Nv.svnoat st'd saly 7U Ml. tIlts Av*. 1 IR. I boln," .... .... Mm**, _.... 4n. silo I HIJ1. Irk kmbr I Wooljr.ssralnqpns O.1151.l" I I PRM5l4, sits r .
!fit 001' sill IIMI Ill with ottoitn ....... A rtruai vacancy croon, Mrcn. .,... ronoo. IMmo. IIPAIR WORK ON AllHOTPOINT t i iD COyly tSTSi it".iiM'ii.
KiHhM II 55111.550. I JJ owin., St 0705. lar .. Mi, POP.O 'ANOLIMOnod -
PS 01050.
CL-lyy.* Th. IUY m, I ::I'i.e'r: Mk now* ft AISOCIATII. INC COSTS YOU MORE Oil IN Nl UK It. Oroon, few, 00 MUlL_ C. 71 M*..ltl Mr" .n4dilPOM tGIor OM M Hltkory hill" reed. IIM 5 SaIl OTHw til)
{ST.! I>4W>. Call MM ta M. : :: ... So.I15ndul *M W U.....hALlOW PR MlIK McKMnoy M..". "l,51y *..*' W ."" PR 4M tlt.r J PM.r M* It
III ,. ,
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YOU KNOW? .. PI """' "U,. 10.0 H KN Scow, IOKM M acres porm than the ad that 2 BR HOUSI r: R :MliAa .1 from OMMOvlll Orhwkt cnimn ViOLIT ._
DID I. NWiatii A... and pnono PR _.... > .alto. Mm HHIH HI M mo. tTMOlm l.. ol Or iiy Mold c* or Mil "OIl ._ I IT AvtwinllM V ,,,
Till' yOOI CIII WV 11I1. attr.cSIv I m.. In Alxnu Co. < Ne tun AX.I I PP 452.0 .....'- lIrll "cvl. P1 ."'". p.w :
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4.4171 AvolloW 1,1 ol OM.KIRKPATRICK .
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TS. L I.McC.ro.McL .hll.T. C. Prink Oou.. COUNTRy RITIIA7 1551 Si p5mW oar 504 5,04. 1, RENT: YOU LOSS IK. I bomt ont. hort, b MHn.kiwwn tan tM tutwrHitttt wall hoot.wi -IPINI1 PIANO ...Nii i o. ill ui IIPOP.I YOU Ply .
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Mm lor sumptuous plorU las rMiMrt' llrobioc hMitrIr koyboor loadS Includ* tLANTONIROI.Auto .
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oct onlwiiwiry. homo Call W U *cr* MMH win pool win*, oil on I PR HIH, k _I. kMpltol, cot (.* Ill .... M It.tPICIAL HWY Ml Norm I S. MAIN ST.
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', 1 11001. 0344 .... ..... 1010NW. ..... Coil -coal 0.5 ..5tonsil 0054 .....
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aloes Mm* mMl > *R I MIA Plop. I/IoGtI. por IM. ,. tt.ll per 4oyN w .0 Mon only m. Ml till WMn to Hilly, ....1... Mk P.oa.ssd stItIst 5135551 .
in DR *... HomIly mm win' GLADYS SMITH REALTOR Gladys Smith RultarIMIvy Av* PIMM PRIIO> Ilsoo ...... CaSIO.. SoIl S Nioum koloncMORIMIf 7HI

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,*, mon ..*-.... Nearly Nil furnllu 5M4. 5115 MUIICCO.

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I .ic. $3,001 ,...... .JoII'' Oro Unrwnlly: AMM pw in* 0.14 pw .oy (ill 37PtSPtMstu" onwnntoy.SO DOUILI IIO willS kM wring' I lOIN THI AUTO OAMU.lAIKLirS .

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40 Us$15101 Prprtil '
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373-H11 .
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LASGI comm.rcil'' lets i for l Al? 5001555505 CIII
I IOISm.ISI 10 Iuy NOS?' fjt
III" 6.'H11 I = = Now 1'.,,, 54w Into'lorI'
REALTOR or lIasa on Malt I' N' orAroo 'W II A's risM" petal. CII II I/f aIr" coslHIss.r' 041. I
Will mId MIlAn to wit : 4,... TO PLACE YOUR I *IMI ran** >n* ,otrolr. ''' OS 1.1110.
w.ont Wow by oppolntnwntjny JI.A W.nM1 T. lest wri |H s-UIOAtllIL CaPon batonSHis ,
W. Unlv' lvi. PR M471Mombir SI&Ibsloums.551a11s05. YEAR-END CLEARANCESAVINGS
kHMt f '
Mulllpl" LiltingI tlmo kw tIring i SUN RENTAL rM'xM llrwiM 71 T.UCKJ FOR SALt
W. ORAOY PR !DIW "> ftim FutthlitlI, I .11 NaIls s.01415mm M HMWrt IM VIM' WhM fileS ,
w. Moollir Poiior KottorCKlrlll Call TOM Aw louse dM ..- WANT ADS 45 Comes-S. MetS t mnin hMlll ... IMIuiiWl If" DODGI TIUCI Iwo saIl,
L. :
Moyd Inoron Grant contoct Dovld iMntKly IIP I Ml ,,. M'1. UP TO $400
: : payments 5$ 5 IwIglIbooltall. ) llckrwm ulinillli
52t I. Moln, Homo Nl 'nj prtnrckln OHM I* lll""not bl* Hoton ..Iy..' I AIM homes built M yur tot Rod *n II. Dvmlon v/oy win.tw ......., Mk ''Mln| UMIIclrcvltrti lisa or IM ol lOll Nl Ibm PI
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...,.. ( ant ,, Pogt. ottor Jon. I.___..___ .' cMtri MkdMwtC soIl 195. FOOD powtrilttrtng. ..
44 CM.ei ** huMs PlOys PS 5.1240 utomatl trtnimlulon
1965 IN AtOVI IN SIt mwckmt ctwiri HIM* liwIn
SPEND .... $1595
...,, CC* I Mdnom. *n* ball 5IWirDEcOIAT1O f rm. .... 12 lrn Wasted! mm tnf MJncm (tirnllurtItiinM -:|> PORO VvtOH PICKUP vs5 .1 lr IInd/tl'n./ '

tan. Low doM Mynwx Lco 'III III w...... CoAls praMilt 5,5011 0.445 Issop pIth 1514.4. AL HIRNDON IIRVICI IT"'. .
Forest Pines oct N.e. Mm THT.MC '" lOOM AND 'OUDell' |!wt Mw .l MlM Chin.
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IT4mini *"*. _II. PS ..,. III Sospoalim h
An Excellent Colored Neighborhood ""MI Ills'SUIPITAU I.|R, "". Com*. lurn bid. ulllRMm 337 SW 2nd Pl eo. stIrs, 4"plld. rcdio ..t"
t tniM M* mo. AMiy Value Rated '

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41-1 COLORID RENTALS 4S rriiln4t Apr 0f4 -D..R S.... Mtfl*, 011":' WONOIMPUi I .

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NOW RENTING II. UI ..... -"... Plioss tO tor rani. u...*,.. WIllS I ..... If.055. 2001 NW Ilk St. 11.1",, power brakes, radio, h.tN
COtORf win fnowrn I IP <.. .M7I tIne rIP M. ways '"* OM 0HIW, kMHnfon $2095
.ION Mrlmvnrl lrM King, aOl PilOROOM rurellno ....-. II": MMIIIonlnf Mit. Or} NEWt NtWItH ? .r, .ut.mtl. trSlSl&IiINTROPICAL I '
inlstp also moIst 0"- sIll Irort palling. OlM. MolloW. M* *n* *.*. MINI "...
Ais 01110 .-.. lbrras Wolw lurnlWM. IM pw irwnlll.Phon Pnon Norwood MOM PI MM.IICuRlty Mrm mkr*. III aII.CNOeOII7ot FOR THI CORRECT
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, I >l or I/YIM. p. HIM oenelns .n5lI,055 COlI PS SaM TO TOO Court* Of

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fly, How M.i..irv H...... | R TRAILIP, dulH l'H ?l w ytrm. 15C515. lOAD 2 DAYS LEFT
r.* pwoM Ul Mr m.Zfd11ft PR #.1111
bidroomi. till, both kltchin. living room. dining fiui *r lAS *l
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room and o lorg. utMiiotK Hi IM kni MM Inwnlnt
porch. Built, on o nki size tot complite with plontim.nr. located warehouse 50. Lit, "Ic- .11 v.ltltill Is-so. mIlD-New- stOles or stotO. slWV "1 ol*. DMO ..': ". Ion.y SALES
.ctIII 511 fir esilIr.. MsfIndwaoms Of ..,.1"1. $51 Hili lull .11'...... OMlktM.monofrom, TO CLEAN HOUSE
end low" fill NI 3t.I Aol.. ..... An.. ..... Pbs's 05 1007 H MP St.Mr .
., $9500.00 Pill Pa? 15 OnlAtlitS. ..,.... $5.
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. . . ISO.OO space corner lot .
D..t .oy APTS. e loose I WedIllOullI. 05.5,11 50 $01 ..... ftofldti I
Monthly ..' llscludla, Issarupsell.v 5.00PIs.scp IN MO ...., ..N.- MarrUlo ...... loom, ModlkM Co. 19C4 PontI.s JUtS If,. C'tl.. $1495Losdd
to l l IWO '.H.A. with $10 ill.lISt I.ts w. lid,. And 10541RIIIINGION ; 1
t parking Mkinocy ..eII.. 444 hhds05fldp10005tlIr Mc: lip isssdltcsiEndlish Pored 2..00r .
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$75400 _let IH loud
.. 1.114105. W. Use. Prlc so.d stao'aIl '' OS I e
this Ch'I.'....M'SUNDAY. MO fM Till 5 fM $150 Mo. On 511,1 4n sod* rw IsfuptISHol* Mill own ..... ".' II. ties ..... mo. Call MwMiwI .... rnovw *= li. *,vi l f ", hIt_. 4 ..", hard lop, oholci cents s...
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CM 11"1 ..--. SINGER IH1 Fend $"0C"b
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:No Time Off


u ; For Johnson 1 1r

t Jf f JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) Is a prime requirement In
I I ; -President Johnson works on war against Viet Cong
the budget and his Stats of the nists.
Union message today, reported- It was made clear there Is
fy making good progress on change in U.S. policy in
both. Viet Nam and that no thought
( Foreign affairs also demand- being given to pulling out
1 td the President's attention. lie that nation's terrltorlallntegrlt
Is to receive a caU from George Is assured.
I C. McGhee, UJS. ambassador to Rusk also reported a
i Bonn, who will review with of Castroism in this
< ,Johnson developments In West Improvement of relations
tween the United States
Germany 2
Johnson still has Western Europe, and plans
some major
,budget decisions to make, and seek in January an Atlantic
he'll study these today with (force.liance consensus on a 4 I I
Budget Director Kermit
Johnson accepted Tuesday
I ,Cordon. Still( to be decided are resignation of Angler
how much to ask for a big education -
Duke, 49, as the State Department'
I package, whether to
r I protocol chief. He .
seek a raise for government
Duke will receive an
a civilians, and how much will be
ambassadorship but did not Indicate
needed for what Johnson calls
which one. Such
his antipoverty program. nouncements are withheld 1 / e
Johnson discussed the world they have been cleared with L'
situation Tuesday with Secretary government Involved.
I of State Dean Rusk, touchIng Duke's 'successor will / l l
j, t bright spots as well as Lloyd Nelson Hand, 35, Los Angeles
I gloomy'ones. Insurance executive and I .6
} Official Bald Rusk had told staff aide to Johnson when
I Johnson; he regards Southeast was Senate majority leader.
i. Asia and the Congo with deep vice president. Mulfi
concern But he reportedly told A primary task of the chief BRAND NEW -Cycle
jhe! 'President of some signs rival protocol to oversee the N O. R G E ,
factions in South Viet Nam of foreign dignitaries, to Deluxe All FabricFULL
Ire moving toward some sent- that all the formalities
dance of unity. Rusk feels this properly observed.I .


I !

j Enquiry:; Is Sought )'1 VERY SPECIAL, PRICE

WASHINGTON (AP) Sea!erlands have direct interests
lUchard B.. Russell says he the Congo. "'
rants a re-eraluatlon of the "If we let them dump this on.on '
' V.S. position In South Viet Nam.Jhe us, we've lost all pretense
4 I Senate Armed Services statesmanship. If there it .
Committee which he heads will dace where we haven't
examine the Viet Nam and Cono -' business now, It's the Congo, -
\ '| situations early in the new Russell said. \ ; : $1 I
..session of Congress. : ;
P "I thought we made a terrible 'Fair
'jnlslake getting Involved In Viet Lady'Bib _
r \t' Warn," the Georgia Democrat
laid In an Interview. Hit
"I don't know Just how w. can
let out now, but the time II In MoscowMOSCOW I'p
';1 about at hand when we must reevaluate .
our position," Russell
\ ,laid (AP) The
$ "We cannot support the elan version of "My Fair
present regime in Saigon unless Is a hit In Moscow I but
they are able I to attract popular owners of the
lupport out In the rice paddiesand musical claim it's piracy.
I'I'J the villages. "The show was a great :J;
e cess, the Soviet
i t "This has been very capon news """
five In both manpower and Tale announced after the '" WITH YOUR TRADE REGARDLESS OF AGE OR CONDITION!
'I1 CD pprldea
equipment It is costing us f 1.3 ing Monday night of "
million every day.A good many Prekasnaya Lady as It' S Y4ASHto1 tYgT eb I9 \ ,_-< ,r/
Americans have lost their called here cbekeele w Model
lives." The hit song was "Get Me Iliaee .', 4 AWF 1002S
Russell said the United States the Church on Time," the 09 rlAwWoat '
Could not be "saving those who number that stopped the Tres faoet
are a little'' bit Indifferent to when the U.S. State Department o .. Service 2 YEAR SERVICE
f their own salvation. ent an American .pub
T RusseD, a 30-year veteran of pany here in 1960. s+u toN10tlsi FREE AND POLICY AVAILABLE AT SMALL
military! affairs, said he was not But it was the wild '
"keln S !
I Impressed by proposals to dancing that wowed the Russians "
I! tomb these jungle trails" more than the words ae'oooe .del' NO PAYMENT
? He referred to recent propos music by Alan Jay Lerner $
Set'115 wswtlo" DUE TIL NEXTMarch
,I .f Is from come sources that supply Frederick. Loewe.
lines for the Communist VietCong Western spectators found 11 G rents
be bombed. He laid It the Russian translation did 1 (pv 1N
would be Impossible to judge for the original lyrics."The t !

I fluresults Russell said of such that bombing.both the VietNam I plain"In Spain became falls "Carl mainly stole in corals YOU I CHOOSE I I YOUR OWN 1 TERMS!

j and
Congo win from Cora:'
Armed be examined Services in Committee.detail by ht- The adaptors threw In "
Night They Invented Champagne"
\ ;:Secretary of Defense Robert
9. McNamara and top militaryand from "Glgt, ON All 82-
berner-Loewe show, to fill
strategic officials will tail !
I fr at the closed hearings."It 'gap left because the ICOn A_ gITM Channel
"- would be nothing less than been shortened I \014i\1
I The Columbia
i tragedy for us to go and get a
Involved In the Congo as we are System, which controls foreign I
t In :Viet,, Nam" Russell said rights to "My Fair Lady"
I That would be a monument to Vice President Michael
Poor itatesmanshlp." lie said charged In New York: that Soviet PORTABLE TV
lie hopes President Johnson\ will authorities had not requested t\li r
/ ( avoid any such course. nor received permission I 16,000 Volts. Picture Fewer r 1'
;7"Russell said several European put on the show. Burke said
nations, Including Belgium, CBS lawyers had prepared a I li, 125 ... .... ferae s k {

i _France. ,-England'-'''-''-- _and.. the Neth- protest_ to_Moscow.__ ___ __ ),, \lr.n 1 All 82 CKemitl. Tti.!ii| NOW ONLY W r M '

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? Ssr E fl P.1T iun It's Up to You!

NEW YORK (AP) One of the reasons we don't have

89th Year, No. 150 GAINESVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964 w SSTAND PRICE lacy with a better the world 1 1a that many people dont lee too much wrong
one we have
ea. ,..... Vaerrl 011. "
MOM* OetlVMID c" They lack the Imagination to see how our present defective -
paradise can be improved.

Actually, of course, a better world can be achieved only
Ambush by making people better This means that each Individual
must resolve to do better.
Safer World Is Goal But many people are stumped when the annual season

comes for making good resolutions They honestly can't see
At Gs'Graves why. In tholr own cases, any are necessary.
It this happens to be your plight her Is a checklist of
suggested resolutions to guide you:

I, Insert your own name, do hereby resolve during 196J!
to-, Cease bearing false witness
against my neighbor. After
For 1965JohnsonSends all, I should be able to fix his little red wagon just by tell
ing the truth about him.
SAIGON, South Viet Nam
(AP)-The Viet Cong ambushed Really contribute at much to charity as I claim I do
100 Vietnamese, marines todayas on my Income tax return.

they were opening graves Never sip Into a desirable
parking place while the fel
to contain the
Best bodiesof low ahead of me I II trying to back Into It.
four U.$. airmen shot down
TV CABLE STUCK AGAIN as fighting continued around Refrain from telling my teenager how much tougher lift

Blnh Chla.. was when I was a kid since I know very well my father
Wishes V A US. Marine captain was had a tougher life than both of u* put together
BUT DON'T GIVE UP HOPEBy wounded In the ambush.
The marines fought their way -Read at least one good novel during the year that
To SovietJOHNSON Into Isn't under attack as being pornographic
a Jungle area where a U.S.

BILL RACER The service has been delayed balky land owners, who !have Army helicopter was shot down Make at least one human heart happier by carrying the
CITY, Tex. (AP) Sun Start Writer again, through no fault of refused to sell or lease needed Wednesday night as it was covering garbage out for my wife at least once a month.
President Johnson has told If you're one' of the thousands the principals! Involved University rights of way 'to the city. marines collecting: the
Russian J. a d. r. that "the of Gainesville television City:! I Television Cable Without the easements, the bodies of government troop. Writ a "To whom It may concern" letter of recommendation
most urgent business for all of addicts eagerly awaiting the Co. and the, City of Gaines! city can't Install a power line The helicopter burst Into flames for Premier Khruschev. A guy down on his
us remains strengthening the arrival of cable television I be ,lIle: to the cable company' 670- and exploded when It hit the luck at Ml age needs all the help he can get In seeking a new
foundation of world peace."' patient 'The blame' Des with three foot receiving tower. tree top*. Job

Along 1 'with New Year's And without the power the A marine search company. Limit my denunciations of the government and
reached the my
greetings and best wishes to crash alto this afternoon
tower located in .
northwest consumption of martini to no more than two a day.
and found
the Soviet people and their Gainesville la useless. four fresh
leaders, Premier Alexel l N. a John Kelly, city utilities director graves next to the wreckage, Abstain, so far as possible, from Jeering at women,
Kosygln and President AitasUi 1 .. and James L. Milliken, presumably containing the suburbanites, after-dinner speakers and television comedians
I. Mikoyan, Johnson said: cable company president, ex bodies of the helicopter' four Those forma of lift are In desperate need of encouragement,
"We can and should move .w plained the situation. American crewmen. not criticism.
to limit the spread of nuclear "We're waiting for the The marines reportedly were
R city digging tin Get at least five more hour of deep at horn each
weapons; to achieve a verified to put In the line out to the powerful up Viet Cong graves unit when am a week, and,sleep five fewer hour on the Job.
worldwide comprehensive test fv. tower alte We expect it very
ban:' to make a cutoff of fissionable fr'1 : iii soon," Milliken said. bushed them.Vietnamese. Shout any praise I have for others, but only whisper
material productionfor .. He added the firm has all losses were believed any complaint I have about my own woes,
to be
weapons coupled with measures d its cables strung on city po'wer The marine extremely unit heavy Now, paste this list of resolutions In
withdrew, your hat If, by the
to the poles, under the franchise
peaceful taking their wounded with them, end of 1961, you have kept even half of them, you will have 1
uses of nuclear power; and roe Pt agreement, and Is ready to begin done than
and late in the afternoon were more treat a better world around you.
to verified freezeIn bringing local viewers six-
agree on a
preparing to attack the area You will have won ti
t channel service."I Immortality. For your amazed
existing offensive and defensive

strategic nuclear delivery I A can't say when It will be. battalion.See again with. the whole marine honor.friend most certainly will have erected I statue !In your
t'r ; t'x To say It would be Februaryor I
( VIET NAM ea Page I)
March would be .
"By progress in this critical .r
area, our governments can 'A after' the city' lava t II .
to make this cable, It will take from tour to
help a happier 4
and"Iafer world formal! peoples. ,six,week, ID !get j ur stall" .
.*' tied .In with thaiysteml- e sDOESNeed
ready laid In town," Milliken,
The White House said the !
letters sent Wednesday to the / Indicated. I
Kelly I 11 an ardent backer of
leaden did not
Soviet represent
Milliken'i proposed new
an exchange of greetings, ser Jr. College
vice. Tve been pushing It for a
because the customary NewYear' the last year," be noted.. The
message has not been .
director laid the franchise ,
received from the Soviet agreement will give the By CLIF CORMIER ford
Counlle 1 II
expected to be Four main
chiefs. reasons form the
city additional revenue from Sun
EducalkMi Writer made
on January 0.
Johnson had no official visitors the company's use of Its electric The backbone of the survey; ,
on his schedule today andS power and also allow the need for cue a community supporting Jun.the It was the Alachua County Resident of the communI. I

( e JOHNSON en Page J) city a part In improving the In the Alachua.Bradford Board of Public Instruction whp ly are aware of the educational
{aa1P a quality of television receptionhere. County launched the survey last Sep potential of a Junior col.
area has timber, l Inviting i i Bradford leg* not only for students
Self Service a But what about the power completed locally. ,County to Join In the project. who cannot attend a four-year

ZS line "Our problem cam Fact and figure in a 4-page "Alaebua and Bradford university, but for those students
(AP win*** to N.. twit when we attempted to negotiate survey report completed by a Counties should be favorably (including adults) who
Post OfficeIs for rights of way with Joint committee from the two considered for a Priority One have special-Interest need*.
Hope 'Family' Ends Tour property owners. All but three counties last week toll the storyof rating for a junior college for Nine senior high schools Inth
Involved' agreed to grant us an educational many reason," the report Iwo eountlet have tile
All RightWASHINGTON Bob Hope leads hU group'of Hollywood entertainersfrom easements," he tald. gap In state. These reasons become umtial In number of Inter..d .po-.&-
a military airplane aa they arrived home from entertaining After talk failed the city this area. DIa- apparent In! section of ( graduates to Insure ample
(AP) The overseas troop. Their 15-day tour Included commission authorised City trlbuUon of cop.PilRTlkadth this report." (See COLLEGE:
nation's first aeP-aervice post Guam Korea, Okinawa, Thailand and South Viet Nana Arty. Owe Pagan to 'file condemnation o' on Page I)

office Is proving successful and Behind Hope are Anita Bryant, Jerry Colonna, Jill St. suits against! the reluctant ange and pun .'.:.:......-..-. ._---
the experiment may soon be John and Janice Paige.Rebels landowners, Kelly added pie covered ; ( -Tr "
f '
ff I
K booklet J d fJI '
spread across the nation. Postmaster started "I
General John A. GronousU The lUlU were heard Dee. yesterday. '
lays. 9 in Alachua County Circuit Advance eople went to the ClfMarefie ,"
It provides 24-hour service at Danced On court: and the city .b new 'Junior College Division of the f
postal window prices. awaiting the Jud,.'. decision State Department of Education '
The pilot project sits on a concrete on its request for aa order of In Tallahassee where the rrport C. I r
lakh*. must survive a study before It z i
Island In a parking lot In .i..c.li
suburban Wheaton, Md. It's Dying Man's Body Kelly explained/ an order of can be assigned a Priority One J !
pert of a shopping center de- taking tf ranted, would allow rating ; '"' I
scribed as the second largest the city to take Immediate
east of the Mississippi. LEOPOLDVILLE:, the Congo McCbesney, 2t, 'was from possession of toe needed land. This priority I fa essmtlil' be. uy .
Bearing a "UA Post Office" (AP) Rebel warriors per. Phoenix Aril. In return the city would do. lore the request can go before

sign the unmanned plywood formed a savage war dance of This tale of bomr was pieced port wife tilt court a sum of the state legislature to _AprilThis o-' ": ; {
unit Includes vending machines death on the stomach of American together from white hostages of money equal to twice the ape report represent the
that missionary William ,Mo, the rebels rescued at Wamba combined effort of Interim
dispense stamps, envelopes: (See CABLE 40
en rag I)
and post cards. It has machines Chesney until be died, refugees two days ago.They told bow the Junior college advisory com.mlttee .
to make change for coins and said today. rebels bothered a of theirprisoners from .the Iwo counties y tssrr
bills. There's a scale for weigh. McCbesney, the sixth American between ft<<. 21 and Most Stores who rated gainst time .to pull
tag fetters and parcels up to M missionary to be killed by a.The M the materials backing up
pounds along with parcel post Communist- backed rebels In toll of whJte hostage Close Fri/lay the request for a two yesr coikge .
Instructions and a tone map for the northeastern Congo to the, massacred by the rebel rote to .
fixing parcel postage. past two months, was trampledto nearly 211IO wits the latest refugee Mart downtown stores and Th committee' of buslnes
The ante was installed Oct 17 death at Wamba during almost reports. aO public eflice aid be ,Inted men, chic leader and: educator .
as supplement to -Dots substttute f- a week ef bloodletting When lit Greek. Cypriot Itat- Friday to celebrate New were beaded by L. R.
for regular post of November ton Dutch and Portuguese reft. YearDey.. (Rush) Jordan representing
fices. CronouaU said business Alter McCbesney had died of gee were flown to safety, survivors However dty trash truck Ib* Alacbua County group
baa lied heavy. He estimated It internal bleeding! the rebels ef Wamba'i"day* of den and garbage crew wm b* on and Guy Andrew from Bradford f I
will produce fTUOt |III annul continued to vent their fury .. Me told confused and sites I duly, following/ normal ichedle County .r ,
revenue, a figure be describedas his corpse tilt refugee said conflicting stories. Today wits I. *. Formal adoption of the sufvey \
"much better than we expected. and then flung Us mutilated the first shock of freedom be Most stores will be open regular by the respective school
." body late the Wamba Biver. (fie: CONGO esj Page *> 1 shopping buses Saturday. board ef Alacbua and BradPeople -

| .and to the City of GoTO tines vii Ie, a Happy New Year I


la keeping with be high !* hike Department: The A eopy of the master thorough. Coldwater For President ..... ." but enry on conditionbe To ad residents to the North- briny': A shelf. for a..u .
spirits ef the season, be new complete works of IkerlerkBOOM fart plan.. oo Bat nor elementary tone to preparation far IMt read M.T east: On free copy of "XoruV T* the City ef Gainer.111 .

aWl of the Cainmffie Seawould *. school can be placed T. those a&ertrd, Ik. John Kelly city ati lutes west PiMge," M yon<< s i plain rg staff; A ro** oloredcmui /*
offer Oese best Te II fhoee abe bate ..
gifts, > esj aueneetnt of Balerreeds. new" AladMa Cowry leiligcode director One plumber* frirnd. find ft* way ever ban. -
wishes and pramiaea to 1104'5leading lag account .to dowow (wh |s b tocfain every To the heft at i."* MerepH To the Gainesville Pofic Department Last but most to tb* read.

ewsmakers and ooV Gainesville far be banks: f y empathy,. Te Ted Denes, state attorney bo y)} Let d surprises, alt fuetbeJ victor!**, to to- ; A locket ef speedi m ef |b* Gainesville Itai,
err.T. Merest ye* will lot get : Life ne&benaip (0 par fee* spin bigger and better rtota. *| OrkeU. to be heaed |I. One copy of the booklet, sowout
the benefldarte of the af toM
yea Beney out before fpMders ej NW M
T* me gMs *t 17' Tare Barlrt of -llow
print to Cosmo-
sew CamesviE Housing Code: Dee. JL lbe USe neater.To T. aertff Jet Grtvwtsei A
eorMred sndtrwear, to wv T* people wb* a** the aew We Typographical
Aa electric socket to whxa to T. SeRf CoJdta goose of padlocks for fee >l Error and
literary] Mayor Howard MdQa.awy from die dorm window dur- ,..,.betiding: Th* elevator Figure Out Wtai the
ping their lamp, a* they CM SfetiaJ Friend of me Voder. : One free copy of Com.natot T. City Canmistieatr Janus tobtaer and better riots. lit arrfrtUct begot to put to ReaUy Tbought Meant *
read !. dog Award.T and ....,. M''ri> d lUrfeardMiK One copy of How 'Ti -... Bcrefcaa I.: at fte Mum tide. Ia,." to
Te CaiC R. T. AueL Caine Oe county school beard. ? Them" aft leftover to into Friend art laflutere
piss oar OB,fbooeaad galtoM of pJ t 1. tie Cainesvitia NlJc LI.a T* all. Happy New Y.w.Oiaint5uil1e .


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.a Gainesville' Sun Thursday, December 31, 19

-PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Picks Weather Roundup In The School Bd. Audit

3 Circuit
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I Judges ; 11t4.' .':' -r: I;) CapitolWASHINGTON Is Mostly Good

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. ZONES C (AP) I orders were Issued to various
.. School systems across the The Alachua County
three A Night lee M -.lot lee.
Panda Bryant appointed .M.
OHwolM Fortly clMMy onml14 that fail to comply with the board was criticized for failing vendors for the rebinding of Library -
circuit Judges today including FrkMy. Low kmliht M to
of Miami Beach- ::; Srlew M I. )A .nlto.e Civfl Rights Act win have federal to seek bids on renting $55,000 books on an individu a ischool
Larry King MM twrhont win* I It is tt total
M basis. The of these
outgoing member of the University "8 aid shut off worth of equipment, in a reportby

Board of Control B, C "air and mild This notice is being sent to the State Auditing Depart- purchase orders greatly exceeded

br'w through Friday Low tonight E school officials by the Welfare ment. the bid limitation of $300 and
H King declined an appointmentto in the 40s. High Friday in the violates the spirit of the bid
Department along with
the Board of Regents which upper 70s. Variable winds S "' forms which must compliance be- The criticism was containedin law," Hury said

was established effective Fridayto to 12 miles an hour. Outlook a report on accounts and Otherwise, school board accounts
replace the Board of Control Saturday fair and mild. filled out by the heads of all. records of the board for the fiscal were In good condition,
state .
t Neither King nor the governor D Folr tut mile throne fittrttn H school systems and off year ending last June 30. and procedures were In line with
ltr lay. Low N.IgM! InNMy b the a0. dais of Institutions of higher unfavorable
would elaborate when the gov- Hill. M KM mM Mi. VWIMH Most comments were not state law and good business
WMI moll mntiMrt are e.5 I KIt sore learning which receive federal
ernor announced the appointments ml** M ..II,. Oiliest Mtvrtty to the practice Bury said.
of the Board of Regentsand Mr tnt (MM.S '"I
r O M I 'II lr mlM e'.r \81"'" Offices of James B. Carmichael The auditor said the school
King was not carried over.King' tfmwfft FrUay. l- tamM W to on. and board received and expended
51.erle.y 71 to M. VwltM; whHM clerk of circuit court
appointment was to a stIV Mdour. GAINESVILLE WEATHER WASHINGTON (AP) V.s. audited I $7.318.837.31 during the fiscal

OunMk I..tuuyty:: : :tar :11:1. Sheriff Joe Crevasse were
new post In the 11th Judicial circuit Municipal-Airport readings officials will
meet next
FXr unt MM early condition year.
througtl frlin. financial
of Dade County, created because d. tonlgti n M Do t. On. to ttto for 14 hours to I a.m. today: year with British, French and and The audit for the sheriff of.flce
M Mm* Hit* PrMty 7a1. M.NorltlMtl was reported good.
of additional population. High U at 4 .m. low 47 at
.rle VhHk P ; West German
Mil I to Is IHHMo leaders to review was for the 21 months from
+ The other two circuit Judge ..,r. OvUwk Stturtty Mr tnt I a.m. Rainfall none. auditor
K P.lr Western policies with regard to Leo T. Hury, state Oct. 1 to last May 31.
Km Mil fnrau A Frtt1. 1962
Sund ....., .. S *> ...rn.Swwiw ,
appointments were Byrd V. ., Lew tvMtM! 55,, 71 H.... Frt.My lewr.rnr .. 7,II .m.tun a German peace settlement said of the school board: The audit of the circuit clerk'
II Moot N. MorDWMt M M* .....
Duke Jr. of North Miami to the Meamlw t.nernw 1J6.
Wind*t*..**+. IS ...11.. M. hour. Ovl- How .... ". .. J. I This new discussion, U.S. off "Bid requirements were adhered office was for the 14 months
11th circuit; and George E. took urtf v Mir on* i/e./ 1ft ,... men 1
wee tc"- Pie that
TIMPIKATVMI (LtlWMIUSJoclnmllto dais reported Wednesday nigh. to except from I 1963 to last May
Adam of Orlando to the ninth on* S of ttio MOM. to IHf .ir* April ,
N L hq. WIN k* I soul ol Hi. Sun ..* t ofMi will be a preliminary to makingnew agreements with total rental of
vfle circuit of Brevard, Indian Rivr J' 1/1 Mom. Iho are I lots OCIHMOof U.
MI.M_ 71 n. ih* ton will occur *vor IM FocHM proposals to the Soviet Union 4,50965 for two mobile simulator
Martin Okeecbobee,Orange T n. DeeM on M.y to.ciOA secured without
: sceola: St. turfs and Seminole AHonli Nm OrlMMYork II w J1 II ,...., HlgndlMlkUWolla* Kay TIDSS for an agreement competitive units were bids. Hury More About

Counties. y G ..m. tare foilS .m.
w."lftttOlt, 10 AtAHIMS FOUICAIT said the rentals should have
Bryant appointed Richard 'h..."". G" BAST OULFl VirlolM win* I to WASHINGTON (AP) Two bids.
been let for competitive
state beverage 11 T. .so 11 coma t.w.... '"I'.
Keating, outgoing
., Washington and New Cable
.1 women a "Also numerous purch as e
director Orange County York man have been Indicted on
(AP Wlropnttt by, table I* SIM) judge succeeding Adams.
charges of contempt of Congress

And Away We Go! racing Two members commission of, the Sam state I* AboutCollege oefore for a their closed refusal session to testify of a More AboUtJohnson hP rom Page 1

Pyles of Leesborf: and John A.

Bryce Fercteau, 4, of Dover, N.H.. rides down Toroda of Starke were reappointed -I From Pane 1 House subcommittee on un- praised value of the land. The

,Knox Marsh Road behind his two-year-old Belgian under a change In the American activities. I condemnation proceeding they
Shepard Iik." following the latest snowfall In the law giving the commissioners clientele. High school students A small mountain of statistics ] They are Dagmar Wilson and would continue but meanwhile -

.area. "Mike" Is ringed with a life preserver withropes 'our-instead of two-year terms. in both counties lave expresseda gleaned by the fact finding -' Donna Allen, both Washington > the city would be ableto

attached back to the sled to act as a harness. Pyles received a term endingthe lively interest In attending a committees supports the leaders of Women Strike for From Page 1 use the land.

-- - - first Monday In January Junior college U one Is avail four-fold recommendation. Peace and Russell Nixon or Kelly estimated the power

RETIRES JHUUUSChart's lIeS; and Torode the first Moo- able. For example only 42 percent New York general manager 01 planned work on his State of line could be laid within 10
Many parents prefer to of Alachua's the National Guardian days after the land is avail-
L. Watkins retired Two laughed one cried, one day In January 1968. high school which the Union message.
Wednesday art took a thoughtful pose and one have their children attend graduates and 20 per cent from describes itself as a "progres Press Secretary George E. abl.. Adding to that Milhketi'i
school near home because of Bradford figure of four to six weeks, the
er 89 years chewed on the tassel of a cap. More About County continue their save weekly Ready reported that work on
on the Senate Those were the moods exhibited .financial reasons. The prohibitive education after completing high The trio was called by the the budget for the fiscal year system possibly could be In

staff In Washfor a cameraman as the Fischer cost In many cases, of school<<: The percentage is much House subcommittee Dec 7 In starting July 1 now is 90 percent operation as soon as February

Uigton near* quintuplets posed for holiday sending students away is practical higher in other parts of the an investigation of a possible completed."The 21 provided the Judge's order -

ly 40 years ss portraits. CongoFrom Justification for a junior state; In Brevard County SO per breach In enforcement of Vs. whole thing will be Is announced within 'a

Its Parliamen. The five born to Mrs. Andrew college.The cent of the high school grsdu- Immigration laws. They IIId wrapped up In a week or 10 week.
Aberdeen S.D. people through various ales enroll in college 59 per they would In The cable initially will serve
tarian. He will Fischer of Septbe testify open sessions days, he said.
Jimmie Page 1 agencies clubs and organizations cent in Broward, 84 per cent but only northwest viewers with
succeeded 14, 19113. are Mary Ann not behind close Work on the Atomic Energy
have expressed their In Lee and lie entire in be-
and County 67 per cent doors. city plugged
by Floyd M. Cathy Mary Magdalene Commission budget was finahed -
interests and willingness to in Plnellas fore the end of the The
I Red dick.I 82,Margaret.who hind them, they spoke more County.A Wednesday and Chair- year.
slmly.: support a public Junior collegeas total of 457 Alachua and six channels to be carried In
has been Watkins assist- II man Glenn T. Seaborg told a
t The survivors told how Mc- the best method of meeting Bradford County high school WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. conference in Austin that the network Include two from

ant since 1951.SIiPS Chimney who served at a Protestant the problem on continuing education graduates are attending Junior Paul A. Fino of New York lays news it will be down little from Orlando, one from Daytona
INDada Mission near Wambs for a great majorityof colleges elsewhere in Fieri d a. he win challenge Rep. Melvin Beach two from Jacksonville
last He said however
was killed together with aa unidentified the youth.More Of these, 388 are Alachua County R. Laird of Wisconsin for chairman year. and the University of Florida's
Bird Johnson oldest British missionary students. of the House Republican that spending will be higheron Channel Five.Peddler.

daughter .of the President, aged about 50. AboutVietNam Questknalres sent to Junior Conference. The post is being I peaceful applications from of nuclear -
ranging reactors
slipped In through a side entrant Ten other Britons are report. and senior high students showed vacated by Rep. Gerald Ford of : energy to physical and biological Finds

I Music ed to be among M missionaries that approximately 3,100 Michigan, who seeks to unseat
of the Academy of : would enroll In a Junior college research.
and other hostages kidnapedlait House Republlcsa Leader
In: 'hlladelphla Wednesday weekend b>, rebels. They if one were located la this Charles A. Halleck of Indiana. I Seaborg said spending would PersistenceDoesn9t
: nlgJCto attend I dinner-dance area. be cut back on production of
were rescued Wednesday by From 1 I
reception of the Debutante As- white mercenary soldiers who Page A similar questlonalre sent weapons. This results he said, PayA
i lOCIUJon!!: of Pennsylvania. made an overnight dash across Government troops regained to adults and returned by more WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. .from earlier announced decl

country to save them. Blnh Cola, a town of 1,000 Roman than 1,700 persons, Indicated John J. Sparkman, D-Ala., suggest 'lions and did not Involve new persistent peddler abandoned -

TIle kidnaped refugees had Catholic refugees 40 miles about 65 per cent would enrol) that President Johnson reductions.The his sales pitch in a hurry .

bas taken to.Mungbere. scene east of Saigon Wednesday bat in a Junior college if one were should rewrite the foreign aid AEC budget for the pres. Wednesday night when he

r r of sn earlier massacre by the fighting continued around It today bandy. Most respondents stated bill to meet the objections of ent fiscal year is $2,824,000- was' threatened with ponce a.lion. >

rebels. The refugees from Warn-, for the fourth day. It was a preference for courses Sen. J. W.l'ulbrlibl. DArk.Fulbrlgnt 000.Another .

ba said the rebel army one of the longest actions of the leading to a college degree or cnairman of the visitor George Mc- Robert DeGraff. 722 SW 2nd

tale, ,"1.1. Gen." Nicholas chlel'l war against the Communist Viet courses for self improvemeat.A Senate Foreign Relations Committee Ghee U. S. ambassador to St., told city officers a Negro

ga, escaped from Mungbere si : Cong. projected population In has said he won't be West Germany, said Johnson man came to his home Tuei-

IAF WI..*.... to lilt SIM) the mercenaries burst Into the The Defense Department in Alachua County of 101.000 by floor leader for the program In asked him to stay on In Bonn. day night and attempted to

Queea Elizabeth II holding village. Washington listed the helicopter 1970 and, 155.900 by 1975 with the Senate again unless It Ja McGhee also reported that ell his wife a radio for $S.She .

Olenga's Sudanese military I crewmen as missing but It corresponding industrial and drastically changed.WASHINGTON Johnson told him he had asked refused.
Prince Edward awe months
adviser Identified by refugeesas seemed almost certain that governmental growth will placean David K. E. Bruce to remain The salesman was back

eld, left Liverpool Street raO- Capt Hassan Ismail, was their bodies were In the graves increasing employment demand as ambassador In London gain Wednesday night, thief

.. a.. k ; way station la ....... Wednesday killed there they said. If this by the wreckage. for better trained and (AP) A and that Bruce bad agreed time bearing<< a wrlstwatcb,

headed for a stay alSandruighstt report Is confirmed It will be "The Viet Cong have done this educated workers. congressional committee reported to do 10.McGhee. which he offered Mrs. DeGraff.

Norfolk, the the first solid evidence of the before used graves of Ameri- "We visualize the Junior college today there were 2,493,838 also quoted Johnsonas for the same $S.

presence of foreign officers in cans as bait" one U.S. adviser program as being broad civlllsn employee on the federal saying<< ho shortly Intendsto DeGraff, tired of the high

nsual Christmas holiday retreat the rebel rsnks. said. "They know wt have to go enough to accommodate: t b e pay roll In November, a net increase ask Charles E. Chip Bohlcn pressure salesman, threatened!

of the British royal family. The refugees from Wamba In to get them. educational needs of all perSons of 23,501 over October. to remain as ambassador toFrance. to call the police U he returned .

Prince Andrew was also told bow they were three times They were Identified as WO within the district tot I a third time.I The man

with the 4)aeea.NEWSMAKER. threatened with execution during Stephen E. Morgan. San Jose, whom the already established Since McGhee went bey o n d dropped the watch and fled.

two months of Imprison Calif.; WO Roy G. AibUl Hay- programs. are not practical or Why FECIs his own post In relating a conversation The DeCraffs turned .the

ment. ward Calif.; Sgt Franklin D. possible, states the report. with the President It watch over to police, who

Besting were an everyday Porter. Columbiana, Ohio and U visualizes three major offerlngs seemed obvious that Johnson theorized It may have been
the second
straight ,
year, In the over-all jun I lor Against
Pfc. Theodora A. Wlnowltch, stolen The
Prime Minister Letter B. Pea r-. occurrence. wanted to hush speculation that fast-talking pitchman -
sea has been chosen Canada's "We lived like animals* one Va. college program: these three major diplomatic remained at large.III..
VxaUoiuMechnlcal edu- '
"Man In the News." refugee ssld. If the four were killed, their posts might be involved inshifts.
cation to Include short-term PassengersMIAMI
lv Only one Belgian male survived deaths would raise to 143 the I
T PANCAKES the furious butchery thai number of Americans killed In courses, terminal courses leadIng Within the next few months

took the lives of eight Belgian combat la Viet Nam since December to a certificate, and basic (AP) The Florid Johnson la expected to name 15! ,

.Cap Bill Wade Is pilot of a priests and 11 other Belgian 19M. pre professional transfer I East Coast Railway says It to 20 new! ambassadors.
..... United Air courses for those who expect to doesn't want to get back in the
men on Nov; 26. when rebels The Communists alSO captured I Seaborg aald there has beenno
Lines ell vale heard overhead continue beyond the Junior college passenger business becaus e
.1 planes roar on two Americans and change In the goat of putting
which ha and their way to drop Belgian para wounded nine others before leveL :there Is a danger from sabotageand a man on the moon by 1970 but

his co pilot troopers on Psulls during the Into the' Jungle General education courses also because there b withdrawing similar ...- ter Mr. amltll ...IL mel-
safely b rough to those offered freshmen
Joint Belgian-United States rescue when 49 U.S. helicopters landed need. presidential assistant for scl w'l M ot I .... M'
down on a newly and sophomores to a fouryear '"---ot Hvhol 4
mission ll
and 111
a battalion of Vietnamese marines However, FEC President W. L ence: technology, that CkoiKMl MomorW Owoo) wMK aw, w.
,,1n plowedfield Fait to die was Wambs'i Roman > to reinforce the hard- program. I be tough" to achieve.He M. FortMox OMwtM ale MrvkmwW
Thornton said the road would Fllilinl
WIN to to Ml
near Newhall -' Adult education courses to Com*
Catholic bishop, Msgr. Joseph government forces at forecast great expans I e n tory mow ere ..foc..o. of ...&.. 4
... OAS Win*** N ale (M) Calif. WIttebols, 53. from Brut pressed serve the diverse needs of the resume the service, dropped in the use of nuclear energy in c_ ,_ ".,. _
Blob Nghla. win Hoot M tw: In inn AM. Now
when! unions struck
Ronnie Baker 16, wk ran Wednesday after sels. Some of the Belgians were estimated people In the community. These January the years ahead from propelling ,- OK* -.. Oonmkor O. IOM
hale rather than the plane's shot Military sources might range from public speaking 1M3, if the strike were to end M Moines HoiOMOl Odor I *rM M-
aw.'Ire. some beaten to death, manned vehicles beyond the -Mp---.I-
fate a kg ampalatss bat engines failed on a flight from some hurled alive Into the government casualties nearly to lawn culture.It : He estimated it would COlt moon to producing electricity: 1" aIM to **.. ,... ae W.

the retailed hIDe ea Christmas Fresno to Los Angeles. Only two Wsmba River with their hands 300 dead, wounded count and showed missing.at could take as long as two about $2.6 mutton to geMarted. but said this would mean no decrease awe MHUMor M now Tom*f .M w yoon.Ciwnfi Mr of orMtnMO IntTILlAtA
of the 43 shaken A partial years for state funds with He also conceded: that passer '"-""-.
Eve reads one ef passengers were and feet tied, to drown among dead b the use of conventional
!least 32 Viet Cong '
of letters..I.... up when Wade pancacked the !th* crocodiles.A also which to start construction 01 'gem business was a "deficit op. fuels for electricity. He said *. Mlt ALMITHA Fgnor.ol .

reined from wttt wishersarms ship Into the muddy field. US. Air Force freighter Two of the villagers Catholic families were a permanent campus. Hew-'en Oll.I ." the growing demand for electrical torattoo to now tor ol Hn.e .tutnOtt.... onCkm _Tl.k.uors .

the sad... He Is hoe- took off this morning from Leo. buried killed. Their them Wednesday. The ever, 'the availability of temporary I William P. Simmons, an attorney power weuld offset the eels Ji,.. 1 *0L wits M a ML*>. S'.e* AV Lip h'.5.

pltailled to .... Angeles, aidIs RECONCILECellist poldvUle to bring the remainder !Wagers are refugee fromNorth facilities: In the form of' for the FTC told a bear production by nuclear engery. --c-to* ems.... Ik* lonMcm. loom,. _

scheduled for surgery to remove Mitlslav Rettropevkh of Wsmbs's refugees from panUs. Viet Nam and militantly .the old post office building In big conducted by the PubIc Johnson will deliver the State m tee e"K0. of _. ._It
Gainesville could MO**. Mrs" T. ..,,
the cancerMs leg ... and soprano Calls Ybhaevskaa Unconfirmed reports said antlCommunlst mean some Utilities Commission Wednesday of the Union message to a join N w. ....** ee AO Diiinlir Se M I1Oo *>. .

day. have called off plans for a one truckload of women was I In another action, government classes might get under way that the road was fa DO session of Congress and the IM laoI M ere es -AlockM _ss.ea.*m-Mw ielil5 ol '

divorce their maid said today lost somewhere between Mung an Infiltrating next September. .hurry to haul passengers because American people next Monday -- ie ale A.rlty .. 0. w4
ON TOUR troops surprised The School Board which recently s..e. T.Imw Jr. M Piro..
"the public has Deed
bert and no
Faults He is
and that mercenaries considering asking Par _
Viet Cong unit at Ban Thai IS o o kroxor close WHOM t..w
The Soviet Union's top must- acquired the build lag for *." Vor* c tour MoMn, Mrs a.w C.
to extend the
were sending out mess yi
James Farmer civil I
Negro and
miles west of Saigon, nM. FMimor ..
05. Atori
from the General *
real home Services Administration
couple at but Coft.i
was .
search parties. State law requires that the for the budget and the --. -.
Yon aw e..w -
left New
rights leader 'wouldn't; come to the phone. Other search about 43 guerrillas. Four government soon will bfa'i I FEC provide service ic -- ... ..... ....... ... .... ..
Wednesday on a tour in whkt parties were troops were killed and passenger reportM.U. ems P'n ., pee, _
reported to be scouting the region renovating the structure fe r ..--. n.15 O5IS 55 em :
he Intends to visit nine African i I 11Ie1' vs reconciled.1 the four wounded.On educational := .
nations hi five weeks. maid said around Wamba, where refugees I th* political front, talks The uses. air I '
case tight
appears ;
affirmed that many Europeans I efJ
continued to Salgoa between The people want the Junior college Iituattt
who had fled the rebel .
civilian and military
Vietnamese !
the students
are waiting
Sanford Man to Head fury were hiding hi the bush leaders and UA Embassy and a facility Is ready.CestUMe I

I officials, but the deadlock ever ( *: Friday) II ery..e.me e. e..eec M II Inme hoer PbieMen. N IWMct _IOC
.. Saturday .... Sundew" m-
Boys' Club the fate of the government per. I area > ... Gamwtlto >vkkMM .
Industrial CommissionJACKSONVILLE
Closing TodayThe The discussions apparently No Royalties word has beta received here I James Russell Nobles So, a In* ,... (.. gscutr

(AP) A Wright chairman of the Seminole I tiered .. plane for calling a of the death today at Seym. r I.I life long resident of Mtlrose, cry mewed. clan

veteran citrus leader J. D. I County School Board and a Boys' Club of GainesUe national convention t* make anew From Russia Johasoa Air Fore Base North dirt today la CafeesviBe. -mete.--se.it*fiend Pert*. OtfM eepacuutrow

Wright of Sanford has been selected former member of the Florida ; ea Waldo Road. wiD : start toward a stable civil. MOSCOW CAP) Another Carolna. of MaJ. Joseph A. He was a member ef IUMettKMfist

by Gov. Elect Haydon Citrus Commission will take over close at S ,.IIL today and remain government. A3 sUes Issuedhopeful UJL musical "West Side ft* Watts from a heart attack Church, and wareIMIB CAIIIII Ot urn nun If

Burns to head his Florida Industrial day by day operation of the closed an day Jan. 1. forth statements.Rumors i ry" -bas opened hi the Soviet B. was tile son .. the late I. manager for me Strtog- 1 V/k ..,

Commission. major state agency. New Year's Day holiday, I el another Impending Union. The Russians say they Harvey Waits.Surviving I(Dew Supply Ca IMO..SSSSAl

Burns also appointed a farmer I The commission' administers according .. MJw: Kreshka, coup stm circulated but the woal pay royalties on ft either are his wife, the Surrtrtog are hh wife Mrs. wise a........... earns
of Panama Qty Frank executive director. T. farmer MiBlceel 9Iaon and few I. sod .h .d .
mayor the unemployment compensatioa civilian government was doing .. the Soviet news agency. Allele Ma Ro6eron K bls -
Nelson as the representative of Th ckh will reopcs Saturday business as asuaL Chief of Slate uid It was staged because of chOdrtn. Judy M, lOll ale :=.. """'e Swereta e.am .

business en the three-member programs, the workmen's compensation at I a,m. to resum regular Pbaa Khac SaN held a New the great success1 of "94 and Jakk: cue sister, Mrs. Sue and two sVnfhters, Mrs Jim.mi 0 .
and Walter : program for those .Injured All H Hall aid Miss Sharon NMrs. seer se atr
board reappointed program activity.: regularly re. diplomatic rectptta. raw LadJ.I 4 M. Waits Lashky a w- a e. --

Llghtsey of Tampa a member on the Job and operates scheduled activities :Premier Trw Van Huong at- ") Fair Lady"" opened b Utorae: ansl tie bntbeii Lri a3 el Metres, and one -... .. ..

since 14 as labor's representative. the slat employment oClotascattered be m fun swing Monday. "Wilt f fLat3p. I traded a public ceremony: tot tM .. Moscow Mordjy after playing H Waits CahMsvffle, si.4 Marts t.heather Harold X Keblst, -e.r1..e M.r..r r -a wee we.ls.

I over the sUfe ... (I sew military recruits ea packed meshes: la Leningrad. S. Watts Taaahasse Vrado Oty. Calif.e .eereeee r -

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TtiunJay, December 31. 1964 Go!....... Sun

I Harris-Johnson Vows ReadThe t

First Methodist Church t uiomo f flflDfflfflIL ABOUTThe PEOPLEthe

was the setting for the marriage Yuletide holiday season guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.Wbitehead .
of Miss Mary Lee Johnson for the John Kitchens before returning 1
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I family has been an especially to Agnes Scott College
gala one with Mrs. Kit- e e e
Albert Sidney Johnson and THE
Dr. Barney Harris Jr.. son of f I L Y YRut" chens'Charles parents! Mr. and Mrs. Miss Anne Coakley of Mid- I
Mrs. Mary Harris o( Prescott Mauldin of Woodruff, dleton N. Y., is spending theI -
S. C., here and the K I t- holidays with her sister, Mrs.
Ark., and the late
William Weimcr. Women'i Editor clicns'i daughter, )lr.. F. F Glen Farris and Colonel Happy E
Barney.Harris, Wednesday eve- "Bud" Miiell Jr., "B ace," Farrls.

ning.. and their two young ion I, The Farris' son, Glenn will\ New Year
Vows were exchanged before Bridal Courtesies John, and two month eli leave for Washington D. c.,
a' background of palms and r Charles Elans Mizell, down this weekend to resume his .
white tapers in floor candela from Starke. studies at Georgetown University I-
bra. Gladioli and chrysanthemums .Craig Kitchens has as hIs : ,
were arranged in tall guest Robert Bryan of At-
white stands. I Fete Ilona BergmanA lanta. The two boys w. r I Legion Plans

Rev. Thomas Glenn Mitchell classmates at Davidson C o 1- i iWe

pastor, performed the .double pre-nuptial miscellaneou s; man, and her sister, Mrs lege last year Annual I DanceAnnual
ring. ceremony.A shower complimented Miss II\ James Ellott, Torrance, Calif.; TheMuells Jr. dividedtheir New Year's Eve
program of traditional bf an aunt Mrs. R. E. Ransom, Christmas visit wit 1 h dance of the American Legion
wedding music was presented ona Bergman, bride '! elect o Okla.aha, and Mrs. Carl Sal "Bud's" parents Mr. a. d will be held tonight at the Legion ore grateful for the

by Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, or- 45i Joseph Ernest Parker of Cocoa mincn, Beechhurst, Long Island Mrs. B. F.. Miwll. Sr. Hall, 513 East University privilege of serving you
ganist, and J. T Rawlins Jr. Beach Wednesday afternoon N.Y., who arrived recently e Avenue beginning 'at 9. Music our customers and thank
of Jackson, Miss., brother-in- 1 1; when Mrs. Gerhard Fre u n d for the wedding festivI- Dr and 1\Irl. Michael EI- will be provided by Johnny you for the best year 'In,:,
la*of the bride. 4 and Mrs. Walter Kyle were senberg are entertaining the Ace's Band. Walker Furniture's 25-
+ it itL
The bride, given In marriage / } 'hostesses at the Kyle home. ties.Also Mrs. Robert Davis, Mrs. latter's sister Mrs. Leonar Jack Ferber Is chairman for year history. Best wlsh J
formal Fihrtr, Mr. Fubrer, and the event, which will bt for
by5; her father, wore a opento a Happy New Yearl"Fvniltitra '-
gown of white peau de sole I The wedding of Miss Bergman Michael Shoeffel, Mrs. John family from Hartsdale, N.Y, the public. Th."',A Jay _
with controlled skirt and chapel : and Mr. Parker win be an Harrison Mrs. Charles F ree-' The New Yorkers will return Tickets, priced at M per T. Live WM,," -
afternoon man, Mrs Robert Kemerall. home this weekend. couple, may be purchased a t I 11 W. 1th Ave. t
train. The fitted law bodice event of Saturday at : "
Mrs. Pac, Mrs. George H 0 I- S the door. I PH 171-4420
was embroidered In Iridescent 3 o'clock In St. Augustine Chap.el. schuh, Mrs. A. W. Row, Mrs. 0 ,_ ____ ._ .
sequins and seed pearls and Charles Uppoldt, Mrs. W. A. Miiis Cay Hunter, who has
'the peacock style back had Little Mrs. F Douglas, Mrs. spent the holidays with her
appliques of lace embroideredin ?4 tl P +E + N All appointments folio w ed a Richard Schmidt Mrs. Russell parents, Col. and Mrs
pink and white color scheme W, Hunter Ill leave
seed pearls, and sequins. Y Cowles and Miss Shirley Sha George
A crown of seed pearls held I Fx with camellias and a silver I I fer. today for Atlanta to be

the bride's fingertip length veil candelabrum holding pink t a-
of Illusion' She carried a cas- Parties Scheduled
the lace-covered
Mrs. Harris Jr. pen
cade of white roses and lilies Other courtesies planned for
ot the valley, centered with .. Mrs. Al Burek. Silver candel-of Loachapoka, Ala.; Dr. and refreshment table. Miss Bergman Include a bridesmaids IJAfRlDAY.
white orchid. Her only Jewelrywas abrum centered the punch Mrs. Chub Ogburn of Durham, The hostesses presented Miss brunch at II a.m., S a t-
a pearl necklace, a gift othe table. NC; Mrs. Mary Harris of Bergman with a silver gift anda urday with Mrs. John E. Kilter,
bridegroom. Mrs W. W. Smith and Mrs. Prescott Ark; and Mr. and corsage made of mlnlatu r e ,and Mrs. Carl Opp as hostesses
Red =. Addison Pound greeted Mrs. Carlton A. Cummings and household items. was_ .fflven to They will entertain at the HolIday January 1M'
Attendants Wear guests at the door and introduced children from McComb, Miss. nun. on Inn.Friday. Rehearsal dinner for Bergman -
,:Miss Gay Hunter was maid them to the receiving Bridesmaids Luncheon her by Mrs. Frank Pac. Parker wedding party
of honor. Brldesmatrons were Guests included the honoree, evening, the affianced Miss Ilona Bergman and her
line. Music played during
Meeks Jr. oLoachapoka. f Mrs. W. D. Joiner entertaIn.ed couple will be hosts for the rehearsal
Mrs. David W. the reception by Mrs. Louis J. her mother, Mrs. Paul Berg- fiance, Joseph Parker, 7pm.,
the bridal attendants at
a dinner .
Ala., and Mrs at 7 p m. at the Primrose Inn.SATURDAY .
of Durham Talons, pianist. luncheon in her home Monday Primrose Inn.
Benjamin R. Ogburn January
The bride's book was kept afternoon.
N. C., both cousins of Among those Bridesmaids brunch, 11
by Mrs. J. T Rawlins Jr. of complimenting
for the lace-
the bride. Miss Rebekah Bean Jackson, Miss sister of the HolidayCalendar Miss Bergman and her fianceare p.m., honoring Miss lion *
? covered bride's table
was a
of Jacksonville, another cousinof bride, and Mrs. Donald Tsch- silver candelabrum decoratedwith Col. and Mrs. Edison Lynn, Bergman lancet of J o s eph
the bride, was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pac and Parker. Mrs John E. Kilter
All of the attendants wore orn.Mike'Trlp to New Orleans smaller pink tables camellias.were The centered two Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Perkins, allof and Mrs. Carl Opp, Holiday
Identical formal gowns of the reception the whom have entertained with Inn.!
Following with camellias.
with bell Wedding of Miss nona Kathryn -
red velveteen dinner parties.
rouge left for a honey
newlyweds Guests Included the honoree, Bergman, daughter of Mr.
headpieces moon to New Orleans. The Mrs. Johnson Jr., Mrs. John- Monday evening, Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Paul Bergman and

ers attached to loops of velvet bride chose a brown suit with son Sr., Mrs. Mary Harris, Of Events Guldlce and Mrs. Robert Joseph Ernest Parker, son of
and brown areassories Barnhart hostesses for
mink collar
ribbon and matching mugs- Prescott Ark; Mrs. J. T, Rawlins Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Eugene ,
red Illusion veils. All had cas- Her corsage was the Jr., Jackson, Miss.; Miss an evening bridge at the former's Parker, S p.m., St. Au- t
orchid from her bouquet., TODAY. December U home.
cade bouquets that were of Rebekah Bean, Jacksonville; ustlne[ Chapel. Reception
white carnations and holly After the wedding! flip. Dr Mrs. David W. Meeks Jr., American Legion Annual Tuesday evening, Mrs. Rob- owing at the Holiday Inn.
leaves. I and Mrs. Harris nil live: at Loachapoka Ala.; Mrs. B. R. New Year's Eve dance, ( ert Jennings, Mrs. Hers C he I Golden wedding reception :
Carlton A. Cummings of Mo 1907 NW 10th Street. Ogburn, Durham, N. C., Mrs. p.m., Legion hall, 513 E ant Streit and Miss Connie Stringer honoring Mr. and Mrs. Peter -
Comb Miss., brother In law Among the out cf town Q. T, Robbins, Bronson; Mrs University Avenue. Open to entertained with a bridge party Criapell S to S p.m. Mrs,
was best guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. S. Dixon and Mrs. W. F. the public by ticket which was held at the Jen- Phyllis Clarke, 1701 NW 53th
bridegroom ,
of the Howard B. S. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bean, Jacksonville, and Mrs. nings home. Terrace.
man. Ushers Burrell were J. Smittle, Bean, Miss Rebekah Bean, Carlton Cummings, McComb. Gainesville Golf and Country +',? :i iSrw ie
Young, Dr. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. G Miss; Mrs. Gordon B. Killinger Club annual New Year'sEve
Kenneth L. Smith. EARL C. MAY k
and Dr. Robbins of Bron on M 1'.
wedding, T. ; Mrs. W. E. Baringer and dlmer. dance, dinner
her daughter's and
For and Mrs. David W. Mocks Jr. Miss Gay Hunter. served from 7 until 1pm. c cRepn
Mrs. Johnson chose a dress of JACK C. MAY '
and dancing from I p.m. until -
and lace complementing .
aqua crepe .ntinp
accessories, and a' CoxSimmonsWedding 1 '.m. n The Equitable LifeSociety ,: '

white orchid corsage. Mrs : .Asurence
Harris, the bridegroom's Little Women "Con f sit I d Me U.r.*J *..... i 9"' ; rTY w
moth'j Plans Setdent Dance," t until 12 30am s
er, selected a beige e f p.m. : H..tO ll.., New Wink t
dress with matching accessories, ., Gainesville Worn an' N. y, -
and a purple orchid corsage. Wedding plans for Mm Linda at the University of FloJ J Club House, West University rh.it. PR 21576BEST / cr
Church Reception Given Carolyn Cox, daughter O' rida. Avenue. I
Mrs, E. L. Cox of Starke,. and I- 'I
the II
Following ceremony, par r
James Douglas son I
ents of the bride entertainedwith of Mrs. Georgia Simmons are OF NEWS ANNUAL AVAILABLEEXCLUSIVELYTHROUGH"
a reception .In the Beth- announced today.
any Room of the Church.
The will be solemnized
The bride's table and the ceremony
January 7 at 7:30 p.m. In \
punch table were draped with V /4ii2kZi -
the University Methodist Chapel &
embroidered nylon over white
of Gainesville with a recep- -
satin. Centering the brides lion following In Fellowship
table was the wedding :cake, Halt THIS NEWSPAPER HOWE
adorned with white rosebuds
Friends of tli' couple are invited
and topped by a miniature to attend. t8ffIJJUP73M -

bride and bridegroom. Silver Miss Cot a 19!<1 graduate of SFrI," .x 964 has been an historic year-one of unJamenc
candelabra with greenery also Bradford High School, attends ,
tal conflicts and of human
drama wblih
struck home
graced the table. the University of Florid I tel:
Cutting the cake were Mrs !where she fa a member of Alpha you personally./
G. T. Robbins, Mri. J. J. Dixon Chi Omega sorority and sO' Keep In memory bright forever with this unique:

Mrs. J. T. Rawlins Sr., Sigma Tau Sigma. volume-an annual,.unlike any other, which brings Id'
and Mrs. H. J. Waters Mr. Simmons, a graduate of -1 life the history of our own time.
Presiding at the silver punch Dan McCarty High School In # _
Jt'll book to cherish! to refer to and above all
bowls were Mrs. W. F Bean, Fort Pierce, has served four -
Mrs. George Hunter, Mrs. W. years In the U. S. Air Force to READ.
D. Joiner, Mrs. Elwood Kel- and received the Airman or _
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ill ,larshlp Service. This national o'
Watch Night ServiceCarol WINFRED 1.. GODWIN ream Sometimes his theme fall ganizatlon specializes in ce ro-
Director, Soolbera Regional determined
the amount of
. 1 RELIGIONto hands, put* a 0 putlng money ?
Education Beard into worthy restrictioN 'above the family's income
Estates B apt II I t Beginning at 9 o'clock, the Lord's Supper. This hour wID I While high school seniors are many stipulation and live- needed to put a child -
Church at 1429 NET 20th Plan will tutu from the be Ws grant that 110 through
t program concluded by a memorial 1 t busy college shopping find a In college A number of
. announces New Year's Evi t serious to frivolous. During service, a time for resolutions I'place In next year's freshman human being can qu llfy. Many and: universities In the college
i Hold Service services beginning at eight tonight .. this period there will be skin, and prayer. class, a good many parents arc. well intentioned people have and throughout the nation South
playlets, music,, singing and The end of the entire evening 'glumly wondering where the, made the mistake of stipulating and use of the service. However make
I The evening festivities will I|food.r of activities will be concluded money Is going to come from certain narrow attitudes the College Scholarship Service
Divisional Youth Secre- at the local scholar-
The Army units Watch begin with the Installation ol I[r The film "The Power of at 12:05: am. with Everything would be fine if- impossible attributes in does not grant It
tary for the Salvation Army Night program. new deacons, Herbert Jukes I God" will\ be shown at 10, and prayer. and the "I(" sometimes seems ship winners, so that the scholarship even assure money.a does
not needy
Maj.] Jack Brewer, will be Cap! Guy Smith said the and Curtis Townsend, and the I depicts how that power Influences The families and friends of large at the outset- the prospective fund lies Idle, collectingdust dent he will receive aid. It does stu.
the featured speaker tonight speaker will be Dr. E. F. D* individuals and others. freshman could get a and interest, awaiting a how much
events will begin at 8 I ate Indicate assistancea
p.m. bust, who will speak on "The' Immediately fallowing the pro- scholarship qualified applicant.
must have
when Brewer will show slidesof Spiritual Leadership 0 f film at 11, the church will observe parents can lookfor youngster 1he/
Often overanxious The place
Nazarene try In
Tivo parents
is to stay college
Salvation "
Army work in the Deacon.
the Ordinance of the the
Mexico and Uj ;gram.W. to beat the rush and start their scholarship money set There are a number of active
recent in
Churches Plan there. Coffee and refreshmentswill trip ._ Side Bapjst own frantic scholarship hunt. place It Is being given The best scholarship programs availableto
They are encouraged by various considerable quantity
be certain students for
served after the talk, n.
Service ; articles and books that hint at is a college or university -
and at 10:43 the Watch Tonight! source ample, scholarships offered by
ServicesThe close
Joint vast sums of unclaimed scholarship Colleges keep a
service of song and prayer Deacons to Be OrdainedThe To Feature Film that begging watch on all available studentaid industrial firms and businessesto
money goes and daughters of
Trinity and the University will begin. Ma]. Brewer will scholarships I sons employees -
because for It. -
no one
Avenue Churches of the bring the devotional message First Baptist Church will hold its annual Watch Night Westside Baptist Church at money and even ltudent- or scholarships offered
down lal 1 d loan funds
Tracking unc m e
. Nazarene will conduct a com at the service. Service beginning at 11:W tonight. Dr. Fred T. Laughon 4039 Newberry Road will feature possibilities, and by unions to members' chlj.I
{scholarship funds can do no employment
will bring the main and Fred G Scholfield will a film at tonight's Watch dren. Too, there are scholarships
blned New Years Eve Service message have some
: .. The program will be held at lead Die music; Night services. harm if a person has an excessof usually the colleges with geographical qualifl.
tonight at the Trinity Churchof the Salvation free time, likes to write letters scholarship funds of their own.
Army Hall at 27 The highlight of the service will\ be the ordination of five cations graduates of certain
the Nazarene at (36 NW SW Second St. Beginning at 9 30 p.m., the and \knows that the chancesFor Too, college officials have much
31st SLThe new deacons. They are Woodrow Brown, Ira Carter, Don 'Moody Institute of Science about to information on the towns, counties or states These
success are equal
Hope, Dr Roy Leilich, and Dr. E. T York. film entitled "God of Creation"will necessary school grades, are usually well publicized I
uncovering burled treasure In student high
service will begin at The service will conclude with the lighting of the candles be shown followed by food and a good overall among those qualified, but
the back Board
930: pm. with congregational; About 70 per cent of U. S. by each person present, which each will carry home. and fellowship.A yard. Unfortunately, scores of the student's abilities -books and pamphlets are avail
singing led by Rev. Clark ,youths now complete high This symbolizes the carrying of the message and the light devotional message will searchers for the rare, unclaimed picture to scholar- able on newsstands listing various
Langford. Special music will :school The three best-paying of Christ Into their homes for the new year. conclude the service as the scholarships are usually dis- to pass agencies.on scholarships available and

be provided by talent from the 'occupations, law and today are medicine The public is Invited. new year begins. Rev. A, Dar- appointed.When student aid funds are ship-granting Parents may be asked to fill the requirements for application -
local churches. At 10:30 there dentistry. rell Murray Is pastor. 'not the College Schol- .
h used, there Is usually a good out forms for
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I i 1r News of Special InterestTo Alsobrook-Pound Nuptials :Solemnized i'[

the Colored

Community Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound and design to those of the Presenting guests to the receiving orchestra.
News Items for this became the bride ot A I y i III bridesmaids. She wore a line were Mrs. S. T. Dell Rice bags were passed b :
editor, by mail at 528 pare should bt directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News Vaughn Alsobrook Tuesday matching circlet of green flowers Mrs. James Nesbit Anders on Miss Lorraine Cannon and Miss
h h items directly to the Sun NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send evening at I o'clock in the Holy with emerald green velvet Jr., Mrs. S. A. Hussey and Linda Anna Duncan of Gainesville .

'W- mutMMMI office., Trinity Episcopal Church with streamers. Her bouquet was a Mrs. Percy Beard. ; Miss Celeste, Miss S u .
h M ft the Rev. Earle C. Page, rector miniature of the bridesmaids Mr. and Mrs. U A. Men It 1 san and Miss Colleen A 1 Is o-

* assisted by Rev Join bouquets.The of Atlanta, great uncle and brook, Jacksonville, nieces of Happy r.
were flown here yesterday on duct a Joint service, 10 .
f visit and outing with Thursday. 1 am. refreshments
xet friends. double ring ceremony. floor length gown of D lor guests to the punch tables. I.Conyers of Jacksonville. New Years
will be served and there will be
far .-0., ... tun.rrU Parents of the bride aid blue with a matching v e Ivet The large round tlertd 1 When the couple left for a
'101'III' 11I1. Mrs. Claronell Griffin, a five for baptism between lam.
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. hat Her flowers were bronze brlde'e table was covered with wedding trip, the bride wore a
teacher in the St. Petersburg and 2 sin Rev. R. J. Gainous,
es mOl'f.t .\! I Public Cicero Addison Pound Jr. and cymbidium orchids. The bride-, a taffeta cloth overlaid with rose wool costume suit with
School System is visitIng Mrs. F, D. Shannon ,
: Funeral services for Otis i in pastor re Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Also- grooms mother wore a romance .. net and Alencon lace. In the matching velvet hat and bone
Gainesville L.
with Rev. ATillman
1e Thomas will be held at the St. mother Mrs. her porter. will brook Sr. of Jacksonville.White blue gown with a stquincd center was an antique silver; accessories. Upon their r t :
Mamie Smith I preach the baptismal
Luke Missionary Baptiste t i and oilier relatives. sermon. poinsettias and holly bodice, a white hat and 1 epergne, holding white ito e k turn the couple will reside at
Church on Jan. 3 at 4 pm. Fred Alexander returned were used on the altar and cream cymbidium orchids. Fuji mums and camellias, accented 1KJ NW Fifth Avenue. <

Ie The program Is as follows: 'here Tuesday from Jacksonville WATCH NIGHT SERVICES palms were used In the chan Reception at Club with emerald green velvet -' j

v Master of ceremonies Vern- ', because of business. Watch Night services will be cel.Wedding The bride's parents enter-. grapes. Garlands of smilax Golden Wedding
iy on Rentz; hymns "What aes Mr, and Mrs. James Roberts -conducted at the Mt. Car m 11 1 music was provH tamed with a reception follow- caught with velvet grape
Friend" and the "Day Past and daughter, Gail, all of Baptist Church on Thursday at ed by Kerry Michael K .11y 1 log the ceremony at the draped the table, Reception ListedMr. We art grateful for the
11- and Gone" choir; prayer, appointee -New York City 10:30 p.m. tenor, of Albany, Ga, and MrsE. .! Gainesville Golf! and Country Mrs. William S. Graham, privilege of serving you.
were guests of and Mrs. Peter
during Christmas
(I. scripture; solo Miss Rosa Dell Matthew DePass Cannon and Yon, Mrs. Harwood D o V will observe their Golden Wed. you for the best year In
,r. Scott, as a neighbor Miss .holidays.Mrs. Mamie William Wall Bennett served is Guests were greeted at the beare, Mrs. II. E. Cannon, MN.Loonls ding Anniversary Sunday afternoon Walker Furniturt's 25.
Parks door Mrs. Leo ,
McClel- by Thomas
'I. | Leah Rentz; as a Christian, Ian and little AILING AT HOME acolytes. Mitch Mrs. Hugh January J, with a reception year history. Best wishesfor
daughter of Ja- Mrs L. William Graham, Mrs.
; at the home of Mrs. lls l- "
Mrs. Susie Lather Chandler and Miss Laura Phyl Happy New Ytorl
n Hutchinson r Given her o
| e- maica in marriage by
Long Island, N.Y., whose -1 L. K. Edwards, Mrs. M. M.
The following ail NW S5lh
1701 Ter
are Clarke .
marks persons Baker Tint's A J. '
acknowledgement f cousin poured coffee. "Fumrtur
'I ; o visit here the bride had her Parrish y
the Mrs.
during Christmas Frank Beck er,
at their homes Rev. A. L
ing :
race. T. live
cards Miss Linda I
4 ; obituary Mrs. William Melville Siemens Punch
was served by Mrs.
holidays Mrs Fanida Baker Mrs. E. ..
was pleasant
NW Ilk A.
Jordan, and Mrs. Ned McClel- Friends Invited to between II
It ; Mae Douglas; hymn, "Servant with her mother Mrs. Sarah III, of New Orleans, La., as finley Cannon Mrs. Newton Spurgeon Cherry Mrs. D. K. I are call tt>... 172-4429
1. ) of God Well Done"; scripture Parks of NW lib Street and IanThey matron ot honor.Bridesmaids I Ebaugh.On Stanley, Mrs Harold Germ t r, ,1--3 and S p.m.
are members of the Mt
r- \ St. John 14 chapter; and cub other relatives left were Miss Mary Mrs. W, D. Williams. Mrs. W.
yesterday Herman Baptist Church. tables In the toy er,
14 Ky. Pastor, Rev. N. A. Jack- C, O'Neal Mrs. Latham D
over airlines for their home. Ashton Barfleld, Jacksonville; miniature Christmas trees dec a
1. son.The Miss Constance Claire Bowen orated with peppermint carnations vis. Mrs. Ed Peck, Mrs. Clifford .
pallbearers: Willie Miami; Miss Helen Louise Gra- Beasley, Mrs. John Maines --
- Rentz Levi Rentz, James Lit t CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ham Gainesville; Miss Janice The bride were placed.book tables, covered and Mrs. Fred Cone
ties and Willie C. Anderson. BridgeClub At end of the ballro ,
New Hope Baptist Choir Elizabeth Jordan, Fort with Maderla cutwork one o m
Miss Leah Rentz, reporter No. 1 will have its rehearsal Pierce; Miss Alice Louise Meyer cloths, featured porcelain can- floor brass candelabra and tall
Alexandria Va. Miss Carol arrangements of green try
Tuesday, I pm. ; delabra, while camellias and
NOTICEThe Anne Richardson Westfleld. smilax formed a background for the
Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Emanuel Baptist Choir I N.J., cousin of the bride, and wedding cake table, cover d
will hold Its annual after Christ No. 1 will have its rehears I Miss Anne Pryor Webe II, Inviting guests to sign thebride's with a Brussells lace cloth, pN1
mas party at the Recreation Thursday, I p.m., followed by Cleveland Ohio. books In the receptionroom which was garlanded with sml
Center, Saturday Jan. 2, from Watch Night services. There will Mr. Alsobrook had Lt Joseph and hall were Mrs. John las.

3 p.m. to S p.m. be a business meeting Friday, S NotesBy McCarty Lang Jr., U.S.N. A.Kirkpatrick Murphree.Mrs.Mrs.Marcus Gri Co-e r Those serving cake w etc

Each member is allowed a p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.; as best man. Ushers w e rt Mrs Stephen P. White Jr., Hop-
and Mrs Purvis.
guest. Miss A. L. Simmons, The pastor Is urging all members William Eugene Alsobrook Jr. Roy klnaville, Ky., and Mrs Ha rry .,
president; Mrs. P. L. Scott to be present. Baptist BILLIE B. HOFFER of Jacksonville nephew of the I Keeping the guests books A. Richardson, Wtstfleld, N.J.. i a

conductress. Training Union S p.m.; and Competition was really keenIn bridegroom, Gordon Howard were MI'!. Gordon H. Blitch aunts of the bride; Mrs. Harry a S

evening worship, Communion the Master Point last Glitch,, Secane, Pa., James Secane, Pa.; Mrs William G. C. Duncan Gainesville, cousin
PLANS MEETINGThe 6:30 p.m. I game Frederick Lang Fredert ck rleCrea, Mm Linda Gertn er, of the bride, and Mrs. Charles
Floral Court and Ushers' I Monday evening at the Recreation I,Bruce Neal, David U. Strewn, Mrs. Douglas Davis, Tallah as-, Goff, Columbus, Ohio, godmother
Board Lodge No. 113 will meeton Mt. Pleasant Methodist Center. There Wife ten Indlalantic, and Stephen P et- see; Miss Nancy Calhoun, St of the bride.

Monday Jan. 4, at S p.m. Church school 1:30: a.m.; morning tables In play Average score tus White III and Jdhn Rich Augustine; Miss Robin G r sham -: Punch was also served from i L
worship, Ham.
jointly at the home of Mrs. C. ; and evening for all players was tot. ardson White, both of Hopkinsville Mrs. Robert V. Carpenter a smaller table overlaid with a ,
worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W., Miss Candace Gibba, San \
W. Wright, on the Ocala Road. Ky. cousins of the bride Maderla cutwork cloth centered
M. Ferguson, pastor. I Mrs. H. L. Breland and the Bride Wears Ivory Satin Francisco; Miss Francine Cannon }
with of
The members of both lodges Archer Church of God In writer won first place North- The bride wore an Ivory satin Miss Mary Helen Cannon, white camellias an arrangement In an antique 4

are asked to be present. Christ Sunday School, 10 South with a score of 128. Mrs. empire gown designed with Miss Carol Cannon, all of Jacksonville silver container. (

Mrs. Ona M. Pyles, presidentof am; morning worship 11:30 Jay A. Jones, Jr. and Dr. JohnE. portrait neckline, elbow length James; Miss Della Adklns, Those serving punch w ere }
Mrs. Felber and Mrs
Floral Court, Mrs. Cuss I e a m; Young People's W tiling Craps, whose score was 122, sleeves and aline skirt which Donald Brooks Ontario, Canada Mrs. W. G Boltln Mrs R II
Ross, president of Ushers' Workers' meeting, 7 p.m.; and extended Into a cathedral train Blodgett Mrs Malcolm Alday, 3r
Board; Mrs P. L. Scott, re- evening worship, S:30 p.m. Elder were second. Mrs. E. C. Kirk. She wore an Ivory rosep o I n t Mrs. J. M. Lang, Mrs 0 N.
porter. Leags pastor; Mrs. Ruth land and Jay A. Jones, Jr. were lace veil and carried a spray of Grandparents' Assist Harper, Mrs. Ben Franklin,

Jenkins reporter. third with 119 and Mrs. W. phaelnopsls orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Addison Mrs Joe Crevtste, Mrs. G u s
CORE MEETINGThe Johnson Chapel Baptist E. Baringer and Mrs. W. H. The bridal attendants wore Pound Sr., grandparents of McGrlff.
local chapter of CORE Choir No. 1 will have Its rehearsal Edwards were fourth with 117%' floor length gowns fashion t d'the bride, Invited guests Into Orchestra rrevMes Muita

will meet today at 8 p.m. at 7 p.m., followed by Mr and Mrs R. W. Jonts 1 with empire emerald g r ee n'I the ballroom, which was decorated Music was provided during
the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Watch Night services Thursday velvet bodices and a-llne skirts with tall magnolia trees. the evening bv a four D 11 ee
Church. 9 p.m. The Sunday services will ran away with first place East-lof a lighter green shade Their r

This promises to be a very be conducted by Rev. Henry Lyons West with a whopping score of headpieces were circlets of I MAY I
Interesting meeting and all a young man who formerly 37. Second place was won by matching emerald green C. l
members are urged to be present lived here, but Is attending Mr and Mrs. A. J. Catotti ed velvet All carried twist-I .nd MAY Y
Arago L. Welch, reporter. school at Atlanta, Ga. whose score was 120. Mrs. F. S. bouquets covered with C _
Mt. Moriah Baptist There Hubbard and Mrs. W. H. Miller camellias, sprays of Ivy ....""... ,
WALDO NEWS will be a business meeting today were third with 112H and Mrs holly and tied with emerald 1 UEARL Lift 1I I

To Conduct Services 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, M. H. DePass and Miss Bernice green velvet ribbon. Society a'
Rev. Damon Dell and his 1 9:45: a.m.; morning worship, 11 Brenke were fourth with 11L Miss Linda Anne Duncan,I *..14 9e.s.. 1
congregation will conduct a a.m.; Baptist Training UnionS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry .., NtvYwk,
The Club will meet again this C Duncan and cousin of N T.fhwio .
Philadel- 30 and
service at :
Joint p.m.1 t evening wor
evening at 7:30 at the Holiday the bride, was the flower girl! F* M57 KIND ;
phia Baptist Church Jan. J at ship, C:30 p.m. Rev L. A Till- Inn. Her dress was similar In color A FASCINATING NEW :
3 p.m. on behalf of flooring the man, pastor Miss D. J. Mowed i -
church reporter *

The public is Invited to at. SL Matthew Baptist Sunday
tend Rev. J. P. Phillips, pas School 10 a.m. morning :
tor. worship, 11 a m.; the pastor and You--//dfeJ-U-I"by
AILING AT HOME his congregation will conduct a IL

Rev. W. J. Taylor Is ailing! Joint service at LaCrosse 2:30 -

at his home p.m., and evening worship I
The members and friends of pm. The public Is always welcome -

Johnson Chapel Baptist Churchare to worship with us Rev. -tlap-lJeP 73- THIS NEWSPAPER NOWTr.
asked to visit him. J. L. Middleton, pastor; Misi
Linda Lee Ellis reporter. -
Lake Butler A.M.
and Mrs. Albert Jones There will be Watch 964 has been an historic year-one of tirxlamtnIA -=

and son, Jim all of Dallas,(IE. services on Thursday, 9 )I ] conflicts imfrof human drama w bkh struck homo to'.

Tex., were guests of Mr. Jones' p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 3, at 3 ;;: you personally. -..
relatives In Gainesville, yester p.m. the officers, members and
Keep Its bright forever with this unique
friends are asked to meet at the .. c-- memory
day.Miss Sadie Mae Griffin of church for a fellowship meeting volum -8n annual-unlilo any other, which brings to

Tampa Is visiting here for The public Is invited. Rev. lift the history' of out own lime

several days with her daughter C Simmons: pastor; Mrs. VVi!]. I 1 Jt', s book to chcrlih to refer to, and above all

Mrs. Nancy .Speed, and lie Mae Perry, reporter to READ.
other relatives. Shady Grove Primitive Bap-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johns list The Macedonia BapU II TIll 100-PACf, HMO lACK VOLUME CONTAINS
and son. Freddie of Atlanta, Church of Jacksonville will con- _

Mirth .f month, the shun that struck k.m. I. Nwtpiptr ':

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( airtt.5ui1k hurt I Baptist II. How to Look for Scholarships .11 i

j Due Watch Night ServiceCarol 11 By WtNFRED L. GODWIN reason. Sometimes the donor, arship Service. This national organization II
Director, Soulhera Regional determined that his largess fall specializes In comI I \
RELIGION'Army' Education Board into worthy hands, putt a 0 puling the amount of money .
Estates Baptist Beginning at 9 o'clock, the Lord's Supper. This hour wit\]I While high school seniors are many stipulations and restrictions above the family's Income -
..- -_ Church at 1428 NC:: 20th Place program will turn from the be concluded by a memorial]I busy college shopping to find a In his grant that no live needed to put a child through i ,
announces New Vear'f Eve serious to frivolous During service, a time for resolutions I place In next year's freshman human being can qualify Many college. A number of colleges
services beginning at eight to !this period there will be skits, and prayer dais, a good many parenW are well (Intentioned people have and universities In the South IJ
,- to Hold ServiceThe night playlets, music, singing and The end of the entire evenIng -. glumly wondering where the made the mistake of stipulating and throughout the nation make fuse
( The evening ,festivities will(food of activities wilt b, con. money la going to come from. certain narrow attitudes and of the service, However, '
: Divisional Youth SecretAry at the local Army units Watch i begin with the Installation o f The fIlm "The Power of eluded at 120 am. with Everything would be fine If- Impossible attributes in scholar the College Scholarship Service '"
lor the Salvation Army Night program new deacons Herbert Jukes I God will be. shown at 10, and prayer, and the "If" sometimes seems ship winners, so that the scholarship does not grant money. It docs
Maj.] Jack Brewer, will be Capt. Guy Smith said the! and Curtis Towrmend, and the depicts bow that power Influences The families and friends ol l I large at the outset the prospective fund lies Idle, collectingdust not even assure a needy student :
the featured speaker tonight events will begin at 8 p.m,, speaker will be Dr. E. F, Debunk individuals and others the church are invited to attend freshman could get a and interest, awaiting a he will receive aid. It does I
when Brewer will show slid c+I who will speak on "The Immediately following the toe Watch Night program :scholarship qualified applicant Indicate how much assistancea I' 1'
of Salvation Army work 1 in I Spiritual ,Leadership of film at 11, the church will observe Often overanxious parents try The place parents can 1 look youngster must have if he
"Ilea NazareneChurches Mexico and his recent trtl[p the Deacon," the Ordinance of th eOrdained to beat the rush and start their for 'scholarship money Is the Is to stay In college.
thcrt Coffee and refreshmentwill I .' W. Side own frantic scholarship hunt.,place It Is being given out Inconsiderable There are a number of active ,
.. .. .. Baptist
.. availableto
Plan talk scholarship
be served after the ,, -- -- They are encouraged by various quantity The best programs
and at 10:43 the Watch Night t Service Tonight articles and books that hint at source Is a college or university. certain students for example

Joint t Services > service of song and prayer Deacons to Be To Feature Film vast sums of unclaimed scholarship Colleges keep a close l scholarships offered by
will begin. Maj. Brewer w 111 money that goes begging watch on all available student- Industrial firms and businesses
The Trinity and the Unlver- bring the devotional messageat Westslde because no one applies for It. 'aid money scholarships to inns and daughters of cmrloyecs -
Baptist Church
Avenue Churches of the the service Tbu First Baptist Church will hold Its annual Watch Night/ Tracking down unclaimed I J loan funds and even student- or scholarships: offered
Service beginning at 1115 tonight Dr Fred T. 4033 Newberry Road will fca members' children t i-
Laughon to
by unions
Nazarene will conduct a com- The program will be held it scholarship funds can do no employment possibilities, and
will bring .,the main message and Fred 0, Scholfleld will lure a film at tonight's Watch. Too, there are scholarships
limed New Years Eve Service the Salvation Army Hall at 23 7 night services. harm if a person has an excessof usually the colleges have some:
Church SW Second' St. lead the music. free time, likes to write letters -: scholarship funds of their own with geographical qualifi-
tonIght at the Trinity The highlight: of the service will be the ordination of five Beginning at f:30 p.m., the : and knows that the chances Too, college officials have much cations graduates of certain
at 936 NW
of the Nazarene
new deacons They and! Woodrow Brown, Ira Carter, Don Moody Institute of Science for success are about equal to necessary information on the towns, counties or states These
31st St.The About 70 per cent of/ U S Hope, Dr. Roy Leillch, and Dr. E. T. York. film entitled "God of Creation"will uncovering burled treasure In student high school grades,] are usually well publIc: I I' d
service will begin at youths now complete high The service will conclude with the lighting of the can- be shown, followed by food the back yard. Unfortunately, Board scores and a good over among those qualified, but
B school. The three best-payingoccupations dIes by each person present, which each will carry home. and fellowship. are available -
:39 p.m. with congregational searchers for the rare, unclaimed -,all picture of the,student's I wool aim pamphlets
Singing led by Rev. Clark today are medi This symbolizes the carrying of the message and the lightof A devotional message w III scholarships are usually disappointed ties to pass on to on newsstands listing .various -
Langford. Special music will\ cine, law and dentistry Christ Into their homes for the new year conclude the service: as the :ship-granting agencies. abil"l. scholarships available and
'be provided by talent from the In Tibet, one of every If x I The public; Is invited. new year begins. Rev, A Dar- When student aid funds are:. Parents may be asked 'the requirements for application.

local churches. At 10:30: there persons is *, priest.- -ooio- --. .- ....- --- --. ..-- -=-rell Murray! is pastor, _not used, (there Is usually a good,out forms for the College ,
will be a time of fellowshipwith -- --- -

.the fellowship refreshments hall served I In I II null II( II l I!i II/I/ tI I I I I t e III -', wI '

The last hour will be a I i yy _
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worship service with a message !
by Rev. Earl Rowan, ; k-
pastor of the University Avenue i ; 1'S' Wf .
Church The service will be
climaxed with the Communion 1 s

hour.being served at the mdnlght| TA I ,

Communion: i ll: r ?

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I HOI NW Fifth Ave, will holda III hhlllln'''''' ; r c a, 4 f a! ro a 11 ar
New Year's Eve Holy Com k, '
munion service tonight at 7.5.: + 1.
The Rev, Robert Besalskl ff .
\will deliver the sermon'What :
b' t
]Does the New Year Hold?"
and Miss Ruth Krlcnke will I : 2 SPEED MULTI

ling "Oh, Rejoice, Ye Christians ,,

All members of the congregation uIEuIcv' .
are encouraged to attend -
.'The church nursery "J Ill )

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at 419 NE First St., will have ..t'I warranty on transmission styli. A real I bargain. (
Its traditional New Year's Eve '-, .
Watch Night Service In the ; ,(dt 'lt-tv
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.At this service representatives Fardpus Name onnelHF VHFghWithgbuilt BELL RCA VICTOR SYLVANIA
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spiritual almi and goals for the S FONOVOX -'OLYMPIC ADMIRAL RCA WHIRLPOOL
rtcw year for this group Rev.
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Cargo Plane
With Art BuchwaldWllo's '
Crash Kills New Storm Adds MiseryAs

Four in Mich.
on First? Flood Work ContinuesSAN
NEW BOSTON, Mich. (AP) ,
A v 11P Four persons were killed Wed- -
nesday in the crash of a cargo
plane attempting an instrument FRANCISCO (AP) have a serious problem," laid Wednesday. It canceled helicopter -.
landing in foggy weather. ,Thousands of victims of the bll- Civil Defense chief Bill Sowle operations along the Eel
WASHINGTON -A few est number of airplanes of any function of the Air Force is to Gen. Wings replied, "That's I Jon-dollar flood that struck five "The people in there have another River to the south
weeks ago the U. S. Navy announced -armed service in the world."' man intercontinental ballistic all well and good, but when the The plan. plowed through Western states had little to cele- week's supplies. It's stan
that it was trying to Gen. Wings of the Air Force missiles underneath the ground. Air Force gets its own cruis trees, breaking itself apart and I brate this New Year's Eve, ex emergency situation." Two Army Engineer companies -
perfect a flying submarine, shouted, "I protest. The Alt, Our alrplalnes are used to support strewing wreckage over cept that they were alive. A one-lane road was opened'70 from Ft Lewis, Wash.,
which it needed badly to protect Force should have all of th e our troops. The planesyou ersAdm.. Bilge said, "What do hundreds of yards. It fell approximately i Adding to their misery, snow, miles through the forest to the were bogged down In snow at
the United States. This airplanes under its command have are too last for that you mean, cruisers four miles south- rain and flail pummeled Washington mountain community of Happy Medford Ore. The convoy of 250
brought an immediate reaction We're not going to take this and you know it." "We have to have our own west ot Detroit's Metropolitan Ore fled northern California Camp he said, but It Is accessible men and 73 construction vehi-
from the U. S. Air Force, lying down. Gen Wings pulled some pa- cruisers to launch our atomic Airport, Its destination Idaho and Nevada and only by four.wheel-drive vchkles. cles hoped to go on today to Ce-
which announced it would soon Adm. Bilge of the U. S. Navy pers out of his briefcase. "We artillery shells." Victims were identified by the Weather Bureau predicted' I cilvllle, Calif., to erect a temporary
develop an underseas airplane., said, "Speaking of lying down, are now building slower planesto "What are you doing with Zantop Air Transport, Inc., an the storm would last through Food, gasoline, and repair .bridge over the SalmonRiver
The exchange pointed out the the U. S. Marine Corps has de- operate with our paratroop atomic artillery!" Gen. Patent all-cargo airline, as: Friday.A equipment were taken In. De- Residents of the Klamath
great competition now going 1 veloped a new helicopter tank division." demanded. : AI Fallon, 48, Collsloga. Calif.; steady downpour hamperedrescue spite lark of power and drinking, River Valley have been Isolated
on between the Armed Services -which will do away with the Gen Patent said, "Wh a t "We don't have to tell you Hugo UU Balr, 30, Elmhurst and reconstruction efforts water the situation was termed since last week.
and no one is quite sure necessity of heavy armored di paratroop division?" everything," Gen. Wings said. N.Y.: Dale S Grisham 32 San of 123,000 workers In the 'very' good" by Sowte. Another Ft. Lewis unit was
how it will all come out. visions. The tank can be flown "The paratroop division' Gen. Patent made a dive for Antonio, Tex., and J.i3. Reed, five states. "Indications are now we will ordered to build a temporary
With modern warfare becoming oft aircraft carriers." we're forming to protect our i Gen Wings, Adm. Bilge pickedup 'I' Montarto, Sask. The most critical spot was In come out of this without loss ef Terry raft it Xlnmath, Calif.,
so complicated, no one Gen Patent said, "Oh, yeah intercontinental ballistic missiles t water pitcher and threwit northern California's Klamath lire," Sowle said. I where the Klamath River
knows what role each of the wise guy? Well,. the Army has ." at both of them. I Egg Market National Forest where 500 persons Many families trapped in the: bridge was out. The raft will
services should play. At a recent come up with a floating rocket "The hell you say, WingsThe Fortunately at that momentthe were cut oft from the outside vast forest' Innumerable vat.] become part of US 101, the
top secret meeting at the launcher which makes the naval Army has the responsibility -i Secretary of Defense walk' JACKSONVILLE (AP) The by washed-out roads and leys haw asked to be evacuated coastal route that links California
Pentagon a few of the questions I destroyer obsolete. for protecting our ICBMs."I ed into the room and each Northeast Florida Egg Market four days of snow that has left he said but others are and Oregon
were thrashed out. It Gen. Wings pounded the ta "Not anymore It doesn't" : man explained his position. The prices to retailers: three to four feet of park on the choosing to stick It out.
went! something like this: ble. "I'd like to get back to Adm. Bilge piped up, "Will Secretary fed this information Extra large 44-48, mostly 47.; ground The coastal city of Eureka On the California-Oregon line
Gen. Patent of the U. S. these Army aircraft. There is you two stop fighting By the into a computer and after digesting large 42:.41, mostly 44-43; medi- Snow continued to fall in Yre- with Its 30,000 inhabitants re- US. >9 was closed by heavy
Army opened the meeting b y no reason to have Army aircraft time you settle the argument the facts the computer um Mtt-39, mostly 37-39; small ka where helicopter rescue op- 'mained cut off except by air, snow and several truck-traihr
saying, "Gentlemen, I am happy when you have a United the Navy will have enough tape came out with this mes- 32-38, mostly 30-38 rations have been halted since land that was sporadic because rigs that Jackknifed near the
to announce that the United States Air Force." Polaris missiles to make the sage: "If I were you, I'd close Poultry at farms: fryers 13; Wednesday by the storm. :of bad weather. I summit of the Slskljou Moun ...
States Army now has the larg- Gen Patent replied "The ICBM unnecessary." I down the Pentagon._. hens none. "U the weather keeps up we'll Rain and hall pelted Uw city tains. More than l.OOt vehicles
----- 'were halted In freezing temperatures ..
for ill hours I before the
IvoH.uMltllfljRlj .. .. + highway was chiared.

> w a +t ts I I I jll jlllll 'd1IlU; I' PII'' il ilIIII
t. g 0 III Illjl Itl -
Non n r >t a I IIIIIIIIIg J. E. Hoover

Hits Civilian

Police Probes

Director J. Edgar Hoover said
Wednesday civilian review
boards on police action "rep-
resent a backward step for law
enforcement: toward Ireptneis

g OPEN NOON TILL I and mediocrity,"
> 6:00 PM lie expressed his view In his
customary message to all law
1 IIIII enforcement officials In the
A .ro I I it sal Il i l III ( I monthly FBI law enforcement
bulletin for January

'A questionable move currently .
WERE-NA V IV being championed In
some localities Is the establishment / -
of civilian review boards
DAN RIPERCALE to hear complaints against law ,
-r enforcement officers," he said.,

SHEETS AT MUSLIN PRICES! bed,He, called maneuver this drive in 111.ad-

FREE! C oNes A
72x108 il'resh Donslts! "It Is a practice whkh could
Famous Dan effective law enforce :
River lop quoLlyl BOTTOM FREE Balloons for fie meat and reduce the orderly
Chll +
Nationally 9 7' ren! processes of comiminlty life to -
., Adv.rtiwdl bickering, suspicion, and
FITTED pt'lty
," pLAY'aLU
count Strong! long ryp.180 laitlngl" ad. TWIN CIY CART". k hatred Th. police executive -.
w become of
cannot a mere pawn
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\ 'The Independent Sector'

H P'MI'''k''' PAT COWLfl, Vice Pr'lorida's rwlwl (As part of the Sun's po|. ysis of the mass, affluent t would believe It, Cornell Corps, reach only a few hun
; IB JoHNsON Vice FntMMMl Icy of presenting both sides society. He wondered if It knew, until somebody deliberately dred thousands of the hara-
Beautiful Z IWCIltlv* tutor W. .. (III!;: SOUTH .- of Important controversial Issues would be squeezed down to tested the indepen- core unemployed, but would

University City r t '( IIIKIOLI' Vic, rrMMM n. M the following article, nothing by the vigor of business dent sector on a huge apparently expand unless the real prob-
e.rtl.le. Dlndtrf I0> TAHTAOLIONiVIM entitled "A New Conservative and Government.The unUckable chore. lem could be solved. If our
PmMmt ... Clrwditkn. / MMfMTHE By RALPH McGillPdttur Manifesto" reprinted.It main failure was easy So, groping for the next giant economy, mostly private -

SUN'S POLICY M Anno Frit*, WHwJnt(a..) c_PMdilwrM ..... appears In the December to spot. As a board memberof move, be reached for bigger could not open 'up jobs
21 issue of Look Magazine a local charity Cornuelli trouble. What? Early tbli for low skill workers -

'r. Report Hit rise fully End Impartially In *. rims columns. This Ia the second of fear had suffered through reports year, the answer was obvious school dropouts and automation

Z (xprtn Hit opinion of Hit Sun In-<>ut only In-tditorlali. A StudyOf part) "on how many lap rob e i in every newspaper and mag- layoffs then unemployment
3. Publlih all lldti of Important eontwvtrelol 1_.. the needlework conned t t e e azine: Automation unemploy would swell with
By T. GEORGE HARRIS ment. the quickening tempo of tech
The charity's social
TIle Sun's : All departments 378-1411 Look Senior Editor
telephones workers, lacking any com- The Feds' Poverty Package nological change.
Cornudle'i best break petive gauge of competenceor would, through the Job (Continued)
I came a few years back with even Government .. style

Medicines one simple insight. He spotted budgeting, had no notion of
LabelingTo the flaw in the standardtwo
ViolenceTwo how to get the best out of
part division of US. CONSERVATIVE
our pleasant surprise, each of 20 per cent of physicians are believed Institutions Into the "public their resources. Most independent A

the two bottles of red medicine we to be making such requests. young faces looked out sector,,"and which the "private Is Government sec- operate on institutions nineteenthcenturyskills he knew, VIEWPOINT r.d' ;

recently picked up at the pharmacywas from the pages of newspapers tor," which In the main is ideas and organiza
clearly labeled with the name There are times when a physician and were seen on tele. profit making enterprt se. tions. "We still roll bandages Words Echo

of the medicine. The labels subsequently might not want his patient to know vision screens in the days Many rely upon this two-tin- and knit mufflers in the
Immediately before Christ ed fork tool of missile age," he noted. Could
made it possible to tell about medication. But as a general a conventional
mas. The two had confessedto wisdom for of the independent sector leap
the physician who prescribed the rule, the information would seem to a brutal killing and robbing the US, system., any Liberals probe Into the twentieth century? In HistoryBy

medicines which prescription needed serve a useful purpose, As an editorial of a kindly man who tend to trust only Govern- So began the first Cor

refilling by referring to the name of of the American Medical Association picked them up as hitchhik ment for serious work nuelle experiment. It was

the contents instead of describing put it: ers. Years ago, when t h e Right wingers trust only 1958, after Sputnik, and Con- -:

the shade of red coloring. murdered man was a student the other prong, private en gress was launching, throughthe WASHINGTON Sometimes it's an informative experience
he has been! picked up terprise. Both, Cornuelle saw, National Defense Education
to disregard the method of historians who usually
"The ready avallabilty of this information -
motorist and h t
by a broug miss something fundamental. Act of Fed-
program evaluate past occurrences from the standpoint of hindsight,
Scarcely any home medicine cabinet is obviously of great help from Florida to Georgia. H e Neither category offers working eral loans to worthy a t u- and try instead to gauge events on the basis of what was

is without its rows of mysteriously when the patient has symptoms, never thereafter passed up a space for thousands of dents. Why didn't the bankers being said at the time they actually were taking place.
unlabeled bottles and tubes of which may be untoward reactions or college age hitchhiker. The millions of public spirited do the Job? When Cor-

sills, fluids and salves. This is be- which may result from too high a two young men, charged with people. He listed a few: nuelle hesitantly asked them This correspondent, in doing some research the other day,
is two weeks of robberies and .8,000 private foundations why not try, most said, "too came across some dispatches he wrote prior to and duringthe
cause of unwillingness of pharmacists dosage. It also invaluable when the brutal assaults in the days worth $145 billion. risky/ .no profit" So he Democratic National Convention in July I 19 6 0, end

to label unless directed to do so patient changes doctors, unoves to after the murder, showed n o 320,000 churches with lit set up an Independent agencyto found in them some comments that seem pertinent today,

by doctors and failure of many physicians another locality, or contacts the remorse. In Chicago two million members. lever banks into action. particularly a quotation from a statement by Lyndon Johnson .

to request labels. This is so doctor when his records are not at hitchhikers robbed their .benefactor .131 labor unions with 13 S With tax: ,. exempt contrI- which reads as if in certain respects be had anticipated

despite the following resolution approved hand. The name of the' drug and its left him, for cut dead.his throat, and million. members. butions from business, he history.

by the Council on Drugs of strength on the label may save precious These crimes were symbols The political parties founded United Student Aid The dispatch of July 6, 1960, referred to a statement by

the American Medical Association: minutes and spell the differ of the red thread of violence themselves and thousands of Funds, Inc., a reinsurance Senator Johnson at a news conference held the week before
I that Hour l political "education" outfits corporation. USA Funds dId the convention, In which he had said:
ence between life and death in cases runs through a
for student loans lesser
from the Birch Society to the on a
'The Council resolves that it of attempted suicide, accidental over. years., ban the bombers. scale, what FHA insurancedid "AFTER JULY, the bandwagons will be silent The 'dark

favors labeling of prescriptions as a dosage, or accidental poisoning of THE YEAR 1963 w i II I be 18,000 little and big business for home mortgages.Any horses' will be out to pasture. And we will stand face-to-

general practice, and, furthermore, children. Furthermore, naming the remembered as the most violent associations, plus farm, banker who lent, to a face with whatever destiny this century holds for us with
it ii recommended that prescriptionpads drug, or at least indicating its pur- because it was highlighted groups college student at fair In one man as our leader, the one man that we choose this

contain boxes for a 'yea' or'no' pose on the label, helps to prevent by the grisly murder o f 100,000 welfare groups endorsed terest could have free the USA loan year, the one man standing out In front to lead as...
by "There \
little time to learn this
President Kennedy and the like United Fund. Job. can only
whether to label If these between two drugs
on ; tnixups or more
Funds If the student defaulted anticipate that the next
president will be
following killing of the Presi Action outfits all the greeted by the
boxes are not filled in by the physl- that are being taken concurrently or dent's murderer That I mid- from civil rights militantsto way or died, the Fund repaidthe threat of a Russian submarine -

; clan, the prescription will be labeled." between drugs being taken by different dle aged strip tease club the Association for Retarded banker. base in Cuba, less than just as he has had as Majority
members of the family." operator committed the second Children. The idea was sensible 100 miles from our shoreline.He Leader."

Relatively few prescription padsare crime with television t .190 million Americanswho enough to require a few will be met by efforts to "I tell you his influence will

believed to have the 'yes' and'no' Doctors who do not now follow the cameras putting every aspect beyond the work they years of selling among bank penetrate internally Into the b. exerted toward safe and
it film made this are paid for and the ers and educators. But b y republics of this hemisphere.He .
of on one sane policies, and he will be
boxes. The usual practice is to practice would do well to considerthe this fall, It had begun to will be met
I act of violence almost preposterous vote each citizen can cast, do pay by new ultimatums in there pitching. We told
place the name on the label only, advantages pointed out by the in its melodramatic such personal things as contribute -' off. The Fund has reinsured over Berlin. He will him he just had to accept the

when physicians specifically requestIt. AMA. We believe the AMA reason- overtones the guarding |7 billion a year to '$35 million worth of student be met by attacks upon the vice-presidential nominationif

This is being done by an increasing Ing is sound and that its recommendation police with their' eyes, 'worthy causes. loans in four :years, and is security of American bases offered to him. He had nothing -
like that of their prisoner ."These are tremendousraw now endorsing about that throughout the world b Y
number of doctors, but less than should be followed. to lose if defeated,
fixed on the TV cameras. resources," he noted. much more each year. Some Insults to the American flag because he would remain as
\ the murderer, 'stepping casually "I can hardly imagine a task 48,000 needy students in 674 and embassies abroad by Majority Leader."
WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST Into the scene, as if an .too great for' them." But colleges draw funds from 5- indignities against our citizens
actor playing a role the they don't seem to be-doing 350 participating banks. Savings anywhere." The situation Is somewhat
I shocked surprise of the dying much. and loan associations rill reversed! today in the case
prisoner and his guards We notice them mainly soon offer the same service. It was a prophecy that of Vice President elect Hubert
Year Non-Events true. For
when, as Result Students will have President
all this made 1963 a year of pressure groups, indeed Humphrey. He Is given
J excessive shock they; lobby for Government access to more financial resources Kennedy was confronted enthusiastic support by the
action. They also\ less obviously than would ever be from the outset of "liberal" elements in the
Violence Is a feature of life but to his administration with the
greater effect
the Govern
tt' O Nrui t !irk ffllmr of the men who took h I s Even the habit of dying In almost every area of the serve as a lever on the ment's supplied direct by loans. And JustIn threat of Soviet submarineas Democratic Party, while
place. was made more com f or t- globe. Senator Goldwat e r'a .
By JAMES RESTON profit making sector as time. The postwar litter of well as missile bases in many independent voters
WASHINGTON This Viet Nam, of course, was able. Mount Ararat Ceme- conservative capital of Phoenix when labor unions bargain babies, now of to Invest Cuba, with a crisis In West feel that at heart Lyndon
j was a peat year for preventive a constant worry. One more tary on Long Island advertised Arizona, has the highest for pay and pensions, and In their college I age education Berlin and with episodes in Johnson Is a "conservative"
worrying. Seldom In recent coup d'etat and It would all that its "wide, three- crime record In America for private universities r al s e will test the capacity of all which Insults were hurled at Now Mr. Johnson, as the
e history have w many 'be over, If we didn't expand land roads provide plot-fide cities of like'size.. Murder is money to lift general educational sectors public, private, the American flag a t elected President for a four-
people worried about so the war to the North parking," sort of a superhighway highest In Southern cities. standards. So Cornuelle Independent to finance education embassies and legations I n year term has announced
many things that didn't hap said one group of experts, memory t lane. Rural areas show a vast In- began to see the middle institutions different parts of the world. !that he will delegate to Mr.
pen In the end. or negotiate a peace, said Everybody wasn't entirely crease in forcible rapes and as a hidden ful What next? Methodical Humphrey certain
another group of experts, all happy however. The year robberies. Indeed, am a 11 crum. But one of the most interesting bilities for responsi
Dick Cornuelle in
The big one, ol course, would be lost. But we didn'tgo saw a growing campaign towns and cities led In vii Puzzled that scholars had picking excerpts! of a prophe. coordinating various
was Barry Goldwater W North and we didn't get against two of the more omI- lent crime for the first nine done so little to define this his first national experiment, tic nature was quoted in this in governmental activities
have been hearing for It out; all we did was to expand nous manifestations of modern months of 1964. fulcrum action, Corn u e 11 e had passed over several other correspondent's dispatch of connection with the
years about the great conservative the war to Saigon and hunted his back to AlexIs obvious needs, from a network July 20, 11160. It was reported new civil-rights law. This is
bureaucracy The Sale of the lethal
: sip weapons .
of low cost nursing I one to the
; way satisfy civil-
revolt that was that, when word
even this has not producedthe de Tocquevllle, whose was being
aH-diflit dialing. It at cheap prices *- goes
homes slum clearance. rights
to private for
groups pressing
going to sweep the wicked "Inevitable" catastrophe. 1835 book "Democracy In passed around the convention
was, .on the whole, a losing merrily on. One of t b estrange .
He settle education action and
of It on hall to remove n y
planners out office. occupied America, spelled out more that Lyndon Johnson had
battle where one clothing weird features of
t most of the year SOMEHOW THE WORLDof clearly than before or loans because he ran acrossa accepted Mr. Kennedy's offerof suspicions that the President
store life crowdedinto
gave up punchcard accounting American now
and most of (the headlines, sports seemed to be operating : too inefficient great cities and sprawl- since the genius of our revolution. local scheme that would the vice-presidential nomination might slow down their projects }

I and ended In the largest on a different wave jig suburbs, is the tierce Eureka! Tocquevi II. work everywhere. Massachusetts a close adviser of for equal employment
popular defeat in the history length. There it was the MEAN WHILE, the Russians that exists against opposition had considered "as o- bankers had already the Texas Senator approached !- or intensive integration I in
of American politico.ALONITHEWAY. year of the underdog. The sale ciations," as he called t he proved out the basic Ide a. this correspondent and the schools or equal treatment
troubles of
were having regulating or licensing
Soviet Union was supposedto middle Institutions, the distinctive I Cornuelle copied It nationwide IBid in hotels, restaurants,
the take most first place medals their own. Dissatisfied with of guns to anyone-criminals, and unique force in In USA Funds. Looking theaters and other !"public-
Communist meth- addicts
production narcotic mentally "
back later he that "
much-discussed racial violence our democracy suspected "I accommodations.
In the Olympics but the KNOW YOU will be .
ods, the government came disturbed anyone able to surprised
he had stumbled to both
before the election "Nothing Is more deservingof on
I, United States beat /them to out for capitalist Incentives fill order form. 11 about this but
more out an critical and last
the strength the IT
didn't come off and the our attention Toe u .- IS INTERESTING to
It. C a III u. Clay took the q
for the workers. In- still la to autonatic -
possible buy night several of
highly advertised "w hit. world heavyweight chi m vilU wrote Upon these weakness of his independent us had a note that the "liberals" e x-
troduced ancient machine that
an mildly can
backlash" vote didn't lash. guns groups, he knew, depends, sector talk with Senator Johnsonand
pionshlp from Sonny LI I. P e e t Vice President-elect
alcoholic Russian drink call be, after IS missiles work byi "For almost social
ton the favorite. Ken Ven- our country's progress. any discussed frankly Humphrey to exercise considerable
This suggests! the happy ed "Kvass" to compete internationally i person skilled in simple Cornuelle labeled his rediscovery problem, somebody in the what -
tort, who was supposed to we were up against. Influence with President
thought that if the human with Coca-Cola, unsmlthery( restored to full -
"the Independent sec country has developed a solution Bear In mind
I that the
has-been National labor
be the
race talks enough about disinter a won which of course, they invented. automatic power. Lee Os- tor.".Then he set out tears that works" he guess leaders fought Johnson latter Johnson just as the
ahead of time it Open and the Cleveland raid, who killed the President for was supposed to do
may all why, if it had once been so ed. "But the Independent institutions the top place the with
Browns toppled on ticket President
\ DOS come off.month the favorites la the National Elsewhere, the Chinese exploded : bought a rifle using decisive and today commands aren't yet organized and they don't like him. Kennedy.The

A ego It was widely Football League.A their first nuclear an assumed name Yet, the even greater raw resources tu find. It and apply it as'ttonwide. Bear In mind that Jack role of Mr. Humphrey,
I: rumored that President crazy year Indeed. The device and the California gun lobby loudly protests it has become a Kennedy win make a campaign of course, will be to try to
: Johnson was hell-bent for a American woman took up Institute of Technology discovered regulation. mere Incident&*! to any anal- Well, maybe, but nobody on virtually a socialistic Improve the "liberal" posI-
showdown with President De shorter skirts and stretch a new and immensely Brandcls University bit platform. He may be less tion, whereas Mr. Johnson
CauHe of France over the pant A store In New York powerful source of radio held the first seminar on lull ULDIN- radical If elected but b I III WM was presented as
Wallet Reams of copy announced that It would not energy In the heavens. violence In the United States. jAn will be plenty radical In the sympathetic to "conserva-

t were written about the impending sell earrings for men. The But a surprising number institute at the university campaign. What is that going live' principles In the hopeof
1 breakup of the coalition British, not satisfied with I of the events of the year will carry: out a continuing to do to us in the South holding the South. Now
but In the end Johnson tailless dogs, sexless dogs, were non-events.! Things that study of that subject Amongthe during the coming session of that five slates to the
I said Merry Christmas and and toothless dogs, producea might have happened, things distinguished peyc h la- Congress and later on? South have gone Republican
postponed the crisis until backless dog Also, ef that almost happened, butdidn't trials, lawyers psychologists and there la a rift Inside
next year. course, the Beatles and sociologists present was W n, many of us in the the Democratic Party, it Itan

} At a higher level, the experts Nothing was too good for At the end of it all, the Dr. Karl Menninger of the bad Johnson camp felt he just pen question bow far
\ ta to kt there
clinic and
at the Stale Department the affluent American house world was very largely In famous Menninger get exercise President Johnson to willing
i were greatly concerned keeper. The lady of the the hands of a humorless Topeka, Kansas. J. a restraining influence. to let Senator Humphrey go
J I about the terrible things house In 1964 could have little band of determined Dr. Menninger decla red If elected Lyndon In achieving some of the
Johnson .
l. that might happen If Nlkita stainless carpets for her men: Johnson m the United flatly that many Americans will have considerable 'liberal- goals of the Demo-
va Khrushchev ever retired andI. kitchen floor, the old man States, Wilson in Brtta I. enjoy violence so long as u11 ft power Inside the Senate, crack Party. -
particularly if he was fired. could have "draft beer a I De Gaulle in France. use they escape It. Mora than M
Then they stopped worryIng home", and If this! didn't *at. Tse Tung In China Shastri per cent of our TV films have
and It happened. But Isfy him, of course, he could in India, and Brexhnev or Is violence as a subject M e v. .
I. by the end of the year noth-! put a tiger In his tank, and It Kosygln In Russia. The lea paperback books and
lag much had happened sleep In a new super king- new year may be better but some hard ones for that i
1 and most people couldn't steed bed as big as a basketball it probably wont be very matter have a high percentage t : They Stomp New Stamp
even remember the names court funny of violence. .Yet. .
,.. they cannot fully explain, er
be indicted, as the cause of ass a.. v. TM "a "
monstrosity. Some acid
c ; POTOMAC FEVER all violence. WASHINGTON They el writers
compared It to a jigsaw -
then hate It or /they love K,
Lu: By JACK WILSON Codes Washington Bureau ;% puns. Comments la
\ ONE REASON we lave with few reactions to betwee Dabs were characterized as

t Martin Luther King says the U,& could have a Negro president in 25 ,ean. more violence is that Set That's the word from 77 derogatory. to S t
:. Good heavens Next they'll be saying we could elect a Republican population la larger and 'IJL Paymaster General Job A. the stamp b selling
4 ----- continues to increase. Creaoaski esj tile sew S cent voL
? a If they make that airplane just a little bigger they ran put the B-TO. Inside How can we tun eiir t commemorative stamp based Poet office
: thUII. finally !getting off the ground. .- schools tower cento'. a a 4 M a design, by the late Stu- chic Georgetown officials Ia the
the morality el all basin s S art Davis sad dedicated "leke ares e f
n'e lays Republicans should unite under; the banner of common aenaa-ohe'r. and civic organizations te > fine arts." all Washngtm 1ft"- say. ".,",, said

wise known M the banner with a strange device. confront the problem of tb ti TbtPo: wUc contains sobs/entered. te fte
''TJ; fence? Brandos has nm e d I II mgular ell Jm to red whIl Chaw the ewnmumty
t* 8001. Vietnamese army officers are furious became the V& erltlclied their Imitators and followers, are "If wont comet to wont Deer, I pst it 1 blu.sad black,baa been can. "*7J"tVe report to:

coup. They're M mad they could almost go out and fight somebody. ttecded. culd beat wotking." 4 id "aosduiely beautlfuT and '**. & m1 getting worth a to dsnraar en.*"

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nut DEAR ABBY There is a rather homely middle-aged woman so much, and we used to be so close. Do you think be has AS FAR AS THE A
,r I. In our neighborhood who likes delivery men. Anyone been seeing her What should I doT EVE CAN SEE, pEeE vl ING
.bs who I drives truck, that Is In the summer she offers them SO HURT NOTHINQ EXISTS BUT' ,

- cold drinks, and In the winter she always has fresh coffee. DEAR HURTi No, I think be hu NOT been seeing her If .he ffi SOMEWHERE
os. Some have told me that they have accepted her Invitations bad, he wouldn't need to keep her phone number He'd know INTHE,
for a chance to sit down and have some refreshments, but It. I suspect that you are not communicating well. Don't z ARIZONA

ill. when she starts giving them that song and dance about how accuse him or cause a scene. Try to reestablish that "ctae- a THERESA DESERT ,.
ch. _lonely" she is and ill that Jazz they decide It's not worth ness" by being understanding, sweet, fun, interesting, quiet 5 SEEMINGLY
it. Is there some subtle way to let her know that the neighbors and very very wise. (P.S. As for the latter-start by keepingout ENDLESS
are on to her and we want her to cut it out because of your husband's wallet) 5a STEEL LINK A (I
she's giving the neighborhood a bad name. "" FENCE.! 1.f [

ON TO HER DEAR: ABBY: I am willing to wager that a lot of people ALL TAAFFI
DEAR ONt" '.One swallow doesn't! make a spring. And one are living with some very strange situations because I knowI BACK

cuckoo wont fowl up a neighborhood Don't censure her. Pity am. Many years ago I met a sweet, quiet, country school -' ThIS SMALL
her. teacher. I courted her In the fashion of the day. While making es M tUiL tN3M.y

plans for marriage she made me promise that I would always -
"respect her privacy.* I thought she was just a little bashful
DEAR ABBY: Darrell and I married young. He was 19 and it would wear off after we were married. When we returned THAT AIN"TAUi DID VE TELL I I' 17E"e Z COUIDN"l

,and I was U, and we have been married for six years now. from our wedding trip, she had two separate mailboxes SAKES ALIVE!S AN'THEN 5AIRY jJ]/ XSAIDTOGtTINHEReAN'FIXBUPPER TORE AUNT LOWEE2V GIT ED6EWISO A WORD IN '

: } We have three adorable children whom Darrell adores. My put up One with my name on it, and the other with I NEVER WOULD SAYS TO ME ?

n< problem: 1 know I was wrong, but when Darrell was in the her MAIDEN name on it It bas been up for 37 years and ..... DREMPT 6ICH SHE" .
that the she gets her mall. Wouldn't she was a THINS- Vt
shower I looked through his wallet: and I saw a note little strange.way you say (IJIJ Ie AA \

,which read"My name is -. My phone number Is _. BAFFLED
:Call me if you get a chance." I asked him about It and he saidit DEAR:: BAFFLED: If this Is her only Indulgence In "prl-

it was from some 15-year-old kid he met at the bowling alley. vaey" I would say It Is Indeed a "little strange" But stringer
I (He bowls for our church league.) I asked him why he kept still Is your decision to air your bafflement after putting an : -,
ly the note and he said he didn't know But I noticed he didn't with It for 37 yearn.CONFIDENTIAL. : _
It, throw it away. Three weeks later I looked in his wallet again Z

as and the note was still there I asked him later if he still had TO S. F. H. IN OTTOWA: When In deepwater
e. the note and he lied to me I am heartbroken, Abby I love him It's wise to keep your mouth shut
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y Thursday Evening the youngster doesn't believe Vronis asks I D (Color) Romper Room I
'Ie in Santa or Christmas to help her I 30 O Jack Benny NOT WT wMr I MV!TO SAY ouT MFORE I DO I WANT TO3UNE1VIJMUSTM
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d hospital staff, to his too nil financed Wkal's This Song?
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with -
wife he's all money '
" O Cotton Bowl Parade
I 30 O E News -
tenderness Now legging during
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a News
. Jurgens is dying, and he lion. -
O Junior College Spanish Guest cast: 10:IS O CD News
doesn't know how to prepare -
I, 7:N (O Rifleman and 11:11 O CD .
her for life without ryn Hays Orange Bowl Parade ;:
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him ker. Miami

Movie Guest cast Includes Waiter 11:11 O O News, 11:30 O CD Rose Parade Pasadena

t (Color) "Torch Song. Steak Hanna Landy Weather Calif. OA4MtJOOr /-'i-t 1 Tr.IAT W4s,$ rJII
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musical comedy star O Circus Documentary Weather was w ru okW TF1Art laJn.uorw iT.W SQ tiHIA41'pia
115 e CD Sugar Bowl roaM.rvaAa two
I finds that a blind pianist ':00 O Password t>wla
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mands. Screenplay coauthored Word wits Include sing (Special) (Color) Syra- Q
by John Michael er-actor Sammy Davis, The Toast of cuse University and Lou-
Hayes, Joan Crawford singer Eydie Gorme, act I leans." ((1950) isiana State clash in the

' Michael Wild leg, or Peter Lawford and musical fisherman New Orleans' Sugar 9o 1.

Gig Young (Two ,hours) comedy performer opera star BowL ==
O What's New-Child Florence Henderson. Grayson Mario tile'I
'International Magazine" I 30 O CD Hazel J. Carrol Pre-empted: Loretta
O Voy.ge"Long Nlven, James I : Young, 'Doctors,1" .
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nate the king of a Far autobiography and thinks Canon
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then try to prevent the aie can get rich quick.O vs. TMOtl( DML1N4 TWINS.' 1HTR Mat ASTIR WI Wtt MARAMD!
Sea view from deliveringthe Peyton Place Morning and (Special Nebraska and w MAO TOMS Se/OP slit lust TsYAND THAT run tiTNUR minTlO rM -1N! WOKID yUIY AWCM
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spoiled young prince, I IS OSunihJne 1 womo MXCT roM/y
back home.
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Dunsmore, the British alcoholic who used to be I 30 O World "To Tell the Truth,"

governor general, orders a college teacher, sets out ID Gospel M "Edge of Night" "Se
that a skldrow cret Storm" and Jack
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Dear Heloise tee y" remove die light ceres, big lock. 0 K. now I used i ikitrhen. Thanks for giving oiy ; t 7 %4wrC& VUTill.. WILL'sacs.OUl t c 9(8? 1 Cwr I, I.wwILL r+uy wu TKL tibu

when removing all those decorations there b lens caaace t( broken bathroom hi confidence, then brain a little nudge I bet
and Christmas balls' barbs). when I wanted to leave the. timeDearHelolse :
from your tree we can The dried poodles .. the free room had to can for HELP.He S .
save you plenty of time: win fan eel the sheet sad yes bad locked: me hi (got lock: : ; 14

We laid newspapers under the will aveld aa extra, necce-- backwards) aad the door could If you tso tape of my kind '
small 1 eku bb. Ah It h only be opened from hiflway
tree to catch all the airy op Take ap.per ellp and put '
twigs, then we used garden easy to spy say small .,.-, e Reader it M the end of the tape wheal. J
snippers (Just as if we were meals JM mlk| have Bbed. you haw finished wliig what ;
trimming roses) and cut the After the tree b completely Dear Htloise: you act. ,;
bare draw Ike sheet ahead I Iced Idea of cutting
pine branch near the ornament I' your
We Just slid the ornaments off ike sides of the tree (tfaf I up old cotton skirts for dUb towels piece of clip which M stick also has like to"a':
awl tack and happened to remember
the twig Instead of removing 1 bahlesI two Mvpb be cat thus htt'of
each wire to the decoration and ....!.. two tenets ef tie Ilbt I had a boa of old cot oil wasting a
tope. The dip win alas
hiring to put tt back. ,1Mt1)) rat carry a targe tree IMS eurUJiu stored ../. the prevent -
My husband cam up with ..Hide toe ....... wfcbMlavtog Since !the sides of the curtafaM tape from atkaiflf to a* eHMas ss Y m< JMMU, i IU>/WKLIHI Meet Mywv 1riN T!s
fills and took':> a path .* M edbeIkrwtk were. hemmed I junk cot screesthe ." Tit Ina soACT1Y n rAr 5-< L.sa1 me TtMAMtMr Jize x airy KXITHWW.e1 mt tr a r nDEAR nor. wns now cuua0
Idea last we
year Waif.C Bausch'Des I.Amwo. awe. TMs oouCI oaT WLaeo is,. as 'sag .e..to z m4'e* aAVis Me eea awed ,040, ws lull iNs Pius
elf about M ornaments ta 10 the IMM.IWal width of the material with Agees rA/a/ wMS xxleD .AMO 2 sett rpS nOR lira to ot! wr Wbt MM! cos is somas Pea01 RCU) woe; rat )
minutes ta? my pinking shoos... have E saws Tri rnarrre oar s.oeww. 2 ( bT corve MOMta' Me we Tayns..CM ter'
Richmond HILOtSCLETTEK -eftllt tile proper length, HdaM: aM0'alrAMS' K r, Moser tt AMOMa* LAedUI

Dear Talks: I already hemmed at sop flTbea wnwrsppfcig abuts from .. ,L.:
May I kit ,*. the best way Of UIGBTEK utd bottom* I die laundry ny h r s III I d ti
we have M4 hr 4b...... .* Dear HcbwVhuttd Cafe curtains would work too pisses the puwk bap In aa '
a nrfctmM site? I my daughter and braay Just cot right a? the center' and'empty facial thesis. hot ssj the
We by a sheet (tot we a AB locks at house dean -tare two lea towtla from eachcurtain. ,to, shell hi haj d ert. ,,--- / f(

elraai eat!) M Ike (Poor, MfbfIke td to NOT be* because of saaB I This way ear little son ant U' i iI/I / 01"HflllllE
Bghu, ree..e aa4 pet fry. loots el 0w CBrtsins were P.ilWt get at the plastic (he :
away all el aM enuMwwU, :to privacy wok bathroom rather faded, sad I would sewn. ceuld Jf 1 were throws ta the i 1..T '
TV we gently by dw trrvea Oeugtter sets sip to hang en Hen* then again. hut sill they wari.basld>, and when I awed r
ka side M the sheet MMTrambg lad a* smart fry wdd know ere Jet M food tit throw hen I bro. right; where they
ike strbf W Bf..tV SoiH.b* saw stg. *. Impure art III'a
( yes taU set lilt Wfte be- ..... Spelt aftanoM CiII MId itre the bright booths as sayj Mrs ,1 R. Coodnusj




Gainctville Sun___Ihundey, December 31, 1964

I : What's There to Remember About the Year 1964? I IBy

i JAMES MARLOW log Into a new century. So hi e palgn. Was that right? He tried!'I''Most people, that Is. Not everybody -. What things? He was glad he I wIth his life. Just existing, he sponse and action bI had at self. -That'i enough of this

Associated Press Newt Analyi It slowed down asking himself"What's : to remember though. He read was asking himself the ques thought and maybe each year 2:. .He knew better. staff," he said. "Let'a get to-

WASHINGTON (AP) (- The, the rush? It'i just another f There was the income taxt about millions who weren't.He tion. just: a little less He looked at the people in I

little guy, any little guy goln g year coming up'" Is tha cut. He remembered that. And never really saw them. If someone e 1 1.e bad done Time was peeling the yean the bus: the tall, the short the The bu kept going. And

home this New Year's Eve fe It all? he remembered he didn't un- They lived In a different partof the asking he wouldn't have off him like the skin of a banana. fat, the skinny. They all knew 190$ was Just around the cor-

unnatural A whole year gon e He didn't know. He had gee l i dcrstand It or how much the, the country, the empty- known what to say becausehis Maybe something that better too. They didn't seem ner.

without a great fear or a grea t too many yeah to be sure. cut was. Too complicated. He'd handed ones. He figured he lilt wasn't that filled up or happened In IMS would give to be worrying. He shook/ bunIIOAL "-
II He remembered this 'I m He wasn't used to L was them COUT 0'
disaster never saw because his tied I" fltl
up or occupied. A feeling him back, if only for COUNTY,
a moment -
It wouldn't last, be thought t:,(night last year, going home. H; his tax return. It could routine was home-lo-bui-to. of HOTIC* JuOO LACIIU"
went him .
anguish through that .
fierce sense of reUOAl Thf Imhwiiiy ot florku' win ncox> FLORIDA.Ill
bustled along like head- was dragging then, not bust!- walt office- Moo of can RtISTATS
as he tobustohome.He for a second.It lor .thotndr//:: MAY A. NlOORI."gr.:1 .
o log, with the Dallas thing stll I But the campaign stuck in NOTICITh. moditlot' NivwocbUov.
THIIIHTH I ,. didn't have much always did, but only for a IMvortity ot may obt-n tornu, (PKltkMionf ;; PILING 'ITITION
in turn CIRCUIT COURT Of on his mind spoiling every [his head He hadn't seen one money iorid wm ncolw and otlw Wwm.ilon by cofllnclM mrPurcHwIng
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN]. ; himself. But at least he could second whenever he tried to bids lot in. _rot dm ot otmrnml.HM Olvliton Rae 104. flovi PO. FINAL OIK" R.I
thing for him his like it. A in .. ... i
AUkCHUA COUNTY ITNwe110 even sense bit of a weirdy, n Intlc.ttd .1./ InlonolM bid- Hill of PlorM. O.lnoivllloPlorMo .. 0' I.CUTOII
FOR Uninnlty ,
I I send his kids ask himself what he doing dor. may rtl.ln 10" ., GIVEN ION
FLORIDAIN of Me. la way. President: Johnson andSen. I through schoolLorg was and ems .kilormotlon. ipKlllcMlom NOTICI It HUIIV[aura .. .acuIa. .
CHANCIIIV. ago and he didn't know ,.,..... by cmlKtlng tn. M-Hatt Mid Hopln Mdt Op0 ivoryTuwdw .l4 NMI my flntl M .. O W
Purcnnlng al Mly
COMPANY In 1M3, after that day in N Goldwater cam NOTICI OP INTINTION' TO Room Mi Tig.rtl K:NMMOWIM N the 5,101
KILGOCNIII5D opaigning how he had developed a habit RIOIITIR PICTITIOUf KAMIurwont UnI-.l. II Plaldl G"_ tuppllN ok ..... oval d.dbld. Rea I hOq 1111II mY. ..Pe111110YA.f .
vember, he would have b. a up' and down, sayingthe .. .111.. ,I...... ... ) end DI.. Dnd
to glottal Idol f I 10 r Monday I:00M.IUS 0. ,
N. HAGUC .nd glad if someone, remembering same things over, and i of not thinking about the ones Itot...., loll, It hmby glvon Hut tho ad-Mill.....and 51.11.. bbl .110 wary Nuclwnlc. 01"011" It,M JonMIT 04rl/pe lm dRY J'ry.H. H.I'6J MIo."tl' >
N NNo1IcI 10:00ddldo.11lM Ifawrab'
hit will _,.. .. tfIO
who .. H.__ A.. KolMy doing l 1, 1065id7Acccnntlnp 'I wilt a.pty 10 .
10an0Ut. couldn'LThl. ..... ntv.flwfleo.
IUITTHI President Kennedy, had said promising hardly anything. Mninm cedar In. limo nave of MMnnlo Monday I in111.01ail bids .pan dory MochlnM. II.| Jomury ". ,00010 .- Af .. Co lot'

"ATI 0' PLORIDA 0" 001 officially; "Happiness is canceled It didn't quicken his blood, bothered him a little, lo> 10.prlngj, O.In.w11Alarfua Wth/ loltllng Co. P C..0.. Inlvleua, Packed OuOo, toll -ass omco ,_Ituro 1':. Janus! It M plo aucw.sar_ ond lot

.ATLANTIC bOX AND. IASKIT COM 1: : for the rest of the year"The that's for sure. He felt all I I but not much because he was ty ""''do. knoMt to roglit.r Mid tIc H-i0 0 P.pv.r l... of 10:10 L.rg' J.ry Pin. I.. INS ,1HIHi aIOrO.M DIdrlMltS0" "Of 004 tho *LOll'Will**

lUnari, ANV* crestil.nd. v01t.I.IMm t .** corp. year before that the Cua -[along the returns were in before wrapped up in his garden, and afOrrald tIlout name It."undw... elI provNNni lit Ito lino._Im.... 10,M jMHi.ry U Naewon"" V.rlTypor It Compotlng IMIH MKhMg II,MjMuiry or 01"0.80*. Ti"t mont M IlCfCUIor ol May A. M o da-

by.tl hen'nMnlnb.ta. rpcmc l,, H..lnjcl.imino I ban missiles gave him the the count began, and the I the car and the family and a day Dotocl of D.II..0"1110......... AD.'Iorld.loud.1001V50 this S1/h Nary Labor.rory 5I, 1,65 lqulnt 10:31 Jon .fctrk 00 January II AiMwrlng IMI InitrvmonttI co.,..SUNN. 0. MOOR!. J_.
to h'vo .ny right II/11 showed It. T. N. WELLI .. (it'll 01
tno follow i"!; reeps. Not just the danger. polls thousand things every day. A. KILLS Director T. N WILLS l ciderhl *.
lion upon I 'urchll''
r Moor*
SJSrtbH .proporty hi Al.chui County'. They made him feel more than He cot on the bus. Jamoack- fMW II:111 1:7 14 Jt n.73' 1.:11,1:7 111lft OlrKtor 15 H. 71 of PurthNlnf (w11IM111A''I.... IA. pottwo.

I'lorld."II M. 'leell'.wIt I IR Tawwhlp" 0. tau fh ever that the world was get-ed but no anxious laces. They
1P east isM "IIIDONoo like him the undisturbed:
GRANT 11 I.... 101 North lie cOMnIt Of ting nuttier. The world he grew were ,
,. east III." chant and c.ntalnln' l, up in wasn't like that, or so he Any shouting was far off In
121 acr11 Cl 10M men If'.w end told himself. the Congo or Viet Nam.

t'r::M 1 :':AR'UDONO" DGRANTcrow. Aijd the year before that'Any shouting was far off, too, .
1f' Rut "no M Ndlon 4TownMtP here was the Berlin wall and [in the Soviet Union or Red .

run ....,ii f to twtn*,'lnw P.OMO w.1,* It 1111.ch.100 IM' ... the year before. There was almost China or some place. More Than ,;.Money.'" People Are J Our Business
iiit 80 ehoto.conlolnlr
North' M" tnolMl 40 ocrol nd moro or 1.... and always something but The bus lurched and the people .
tilted but their expression <
year practically nothing :
M of till 1C' 01 m. RIO \
didn't change. Here at home
in ittM 17. Town.Mp I tooth. lI.ng. except the presidential e a m-
Sat the country. was living h 1 IC h. "
;: :dll.. C .l II ",.1 NOTICI OP ALI NOTICI 0" 'HIII"1 5AL1 ( '1 I I'

SO'._.. C0.... '" gKlln p.illvunaW Tot 0 I. IIlcllord_ (y virtu of on Inocutlon: looted out ,;;.,.tI
117 Nl :Ird Avonuo Aiochuo"
North cII.ln.o out of mo Court of Record
MRt III. MW1 i lino If Lot I, O.lnoivlllo' '1.. County Plorldo/ III mo cno of W. T.
,..... run louth 10 M cMlni' thone ,You ... .horovy notlllod ttiot mo fol Orwit ComOMy value Pitrlclo .Id
ton to mo point .bhlnnln0.' lowing motor WnlciotOn. Om Iroodiword dolod line I/Hi day
oil run lying lid boing Ml Ld111 aH-11. ,(.I) I'". Chancel, ID No .I1I1A of loptombor, 1M4, t Iran- lanAI upon
: PIN Miming dncrlbid proporly. n wit
will/ bo told of oublk ulo ot t.N 'clocli 'If Roniult 4 door ID .... W7 M1 '_
ot mo 1no-half mllo port an on tho 7lh doy ot Jinu.ryfu.\ .fK\: [And Hut I M thorlrf' of Alocnu. County _
..tl..1 3. Male .... Oolnowlllo ., /
'It- 'or" will M Thurodoy tho loth '
KJllSTTno lug"ldal of Na'm'linoARRIOONDO 0' Tho proeowio. of mo ..,. will bo d.y of Jonuory INS biitwMn mo Noun _
GRANT, run loot 1 17\10 pliod tint lo mo ptyrnont ot Ino cotniot of 11100 a m. and 100 ,.m. In front /
to il,10.< roliklng, itorlnf .nd .111.11. I d of tho Norm Door of tno Ihorltfo Of
Ian Hit 11win.itsITownahlpr/: motor. vMilcl. and nil coit of public floe located in In. AlKhu. County CourtIOUH .
twoon TownHilp.: I wd t, Rongotftonco I?. tk of loll ot Mio" *nd tnm to m. a.lnnvlll. Florid.' ottor for ulii.ld rrlt ',
W... on lino M.I chom Ioulh MllilKllon of mo bo'duo' vndormo proporty and Mil umi to ih. high- .. J. :'
911/1 dugron touthwrt 1911 cKolm t0 cenlroel covorlng mo flnonclng ol ml Wddor for e. n lo .Ilily .nd pry r If.
...., *M 1', (ontoinYOUTNO Hit motor vrtilcl. Any wrplui will: b, old ..cullon, ton and coin Th. prop.a 'I \
clan mar.I Joie paid to you .nd you will .....In Hobii Having boon Mvlod I vane by mo ail
7ACrH"oip YOU ." era for any sssu1"1"" VB"W' /: b* oold/ 01 tho prapwty of mo do- '" .
by MVOT.IIV 'lfllol mil lUll f..r tore- 'do' Mld Iaw/1I
clown of cortoin morlgogo hold by P-IDOIWAY MOTOR CO. 'onl.J.: M. CltIVA" JII.. .horl" '
KILOORI MID COMPANY P/a141 1131 I. Male' '". .locII.o County "Iorldo -"
cwporotlon, .ftKtlng fill obnvo' doKrllproporty ".'_."/.. 1" .. J Hlndory D."
tin boon fllod ogolnM you end .lilt 11,11 (: 1HAPPY 11:111 I 1,7' u, 71{ ,': OJ'. :

ttiot Honoroblo purwmt' John pormlulon A. H. grontodtno Murphr M.. I ',.
lomwt.ry pModlnwntr.ln ...
oddlllon.l or lup

.on ....end tough wh.r.by to M IIdlll.for. lo....d. which mg /. NEW YEAREVERYONE '...... '.!t
OHM 0 Pert Of It". ObOV. OMcr"
land fiovo ale wan Iliad ".Inof you ,t'r)
r ail you oro horoby looulrod to !
copy. of your urban to the or,!,'.,' "" 1),1) '
complilnt' and tno wpplomonloryplilnt com '
I o> Iliad on "'. pldnlllf. otto r- .'!f' f
t IAWVIII Port OHlco l lo j'I'
**. fiwit City Plorldi, on or Iforo I... J'I
tho Ult dov of jMUory Ifol. 0./.
,; orwlM tho 0)lloo.tlono of old comptoMond SPEND ',!,i"vl'/ ,;'
I tho nppi.Tiontory comololnt IIlttwroln '" ,
will bo l.kon n coniomtfMITNISI ; '''I
I my find end M.I of '1dII .... T:
{ Court ot ..,....111./ AlKhuo" County NEW YEAR'S EVE
Itm diy of Doctmbor ,'... '
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To Save-



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.. I I II I IlOMDA .I Even PenniesIt

FRIDAY 1 you could bonk a penny on the first day of the month and double

ONflJ.O'INIiG' SATUDAY the amount of your deposit every day for 30 days, how much rnoney

THE"GREAT would you have saved? It is an Interesting exercise In mathematics.

ESCAPE"SUBURBIA 2400 Hawthorne Roar R!. 20 Phone FR '-SO f

Your penny would have grown to a grand total 1073741823..


AT 7:00: ONLY Of course, we know that most people couldn't complete this experiment .

e.Rwilwr/, aantMr

[ a.l but you can save on a regular basis. and it Hoes add

DIIVE.IH THEATRE ;' l': v up quickly. At the beginning of a new year begin a savings program J l
SHOWTIME 7:00 :i. "I and stick to It \
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... dfp/COlO1e/ 1.4 To all of our depositors and friends The Florida National Bank

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FOOTBALLHI AT *00 AT ,,CALUNDIAN 10MICHAIL wishes a \terHoPPY New Year! "* "* 1"s" ''-


sills OF 1964 NEW INTERNS
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thist so- '* I Gators Take Fifth Title


Andcor Vf" Sun_Sports Editor
,11d I JACKSONVILLE College basketball teams tha t
', 1 ,, 10 minutes and 69
a tI tro seconds in the last half of i a
I game without making a field goal generally don't win.
COUN.JNrr., > I[ But not Florida's Gators who turned back Texas 62

i f 49 Wednesday.. night before. a record 7,217 fans twin 0
'Cu., I their fifth Gator Bowl tourney
and second I
cage crown
IN straight. A basket by sophomore Pau)
Olivier with 1:40: to go wa:s I
.ot-I.... The Caters, clicking In the Texas' last gasp, cutting tinlead I
'.tlllan. '" finals Just as they did In eliminating to 549. / I
I. end Wake Forest on Tuesday Then the Gators found th
'."Maounl.. J '; i'9i night, worked to a lSpolnlh.lftbn. range at the free throw line,,
.", ,, Xf". lead of 39-21 hitting five and adding anothei
' lor lord layup by Keller for a run ol
'InoltWill They still had a solid 46-32 seven points that made the final
., ... bulge with about 15 minutes to margin comfortable.
go I in the game when VF coach the I
Keller game's leading wwr,
Norman Sloan dictated
s scorer with 21 points! now has
change In strategy hit U in his last three efforts

- Foal l TroubleTo all of which games have been
elM IK ... t> IMM. On* this point Gators were won by the Gators to bike their

FLORIDA COACH SLOAN RECEIVES TROPHY FROM VERLANDER outdoing the Longhorns a I t record to 5-1
Gator Seniors (L-R) Baxley, Tomlinson, Koss Henderson Look On their own game run and Brooks Henderson and Tom
shoot fast-break basketball But Baxley the Gators' seasoned
(-10 center Jeff Ramsey had guards, added 24 more points
Florida four fouls ace guard Tom Barley with nine and 15, respectively
Psychologically and forward Dick tomlinson
was wary with three and \' ,
8-9 forward Gary Keller bad Having one of his top contests ... I II

Just picked up two back to- hit for I C. ., ., n.Y
had ,, ,s
Texas three with
back. players
Ready Says Happy SloanBy nine each as Coach Hal Bradley PLAYERS HAVE VARIED } EXPRESSIONS :. FOR BALL
So Sloan switched the Gaton I played 12 men. The Longhorns /- Hut There Was No Rebound as Ilall Went In Basket In Final Round
into a zone defense and chang. showed a tough Inside

LARRY WOODS coach and one of the game' conference." ed the offense to a pattern. defense during the second half \
type play. when the Gators went Into their i4 F
soft spoken gentlemen
Sun Basketball AssistantJACKSONVILLENorm saw And the hustling men from,
deliberate ,
Florida's tremendous height advantage the Lone Star The Gators went the next II t style Tb"nJ.T.
as the deciding factorin state came close! minutes without a basket until I Early Surge
Sloan said here Wednesday the 62-49 affair. five points to be exacto I Keller pushed In a one-hander Florida's early surge which

night Florida Is "psychologically ) "We got too far behind in the getting back Into the ball gam right after the Texans had cut t: set the pattern for the game
ready to play the season's first half because we didn't during the second half. Florida's edge to 49-44. the, was sparked by brilliant team
SEC opener" which Is only two have enough patience," aid closest they were to get play. Tomlinson and Baxie 1 y
days away. Bradley whose team trailed .t This was due In part to a fired In 10 of Florida's first It

His comment came on the intermission, 39-24. scoring slump the Gators endued would At that have, Sloan's worked game to perfection plan points that made It 14-7 and Key to Gator Bowl

heels of Florida's fifth Gator Experiments in the second' half In except the Gator blew the Gators gradually worked to
Bowl basketball tournament which one-and-one 22( with 9:52 to go In the I
10 minutes and S3 sea three; fouls on the
crown witnessed by a record- Bradley hinted that Texas actually half.
and missed a couple of wide-
breaking crowd of 7,247 that, got Into the annual event I Ito onto elapsed without F 1 a rids shots. So tough were the Gators on
surprisingly enough, resorted to experiment with some of Its I hitting a field goal open layup defense that Texas managed

booing Florida during the second personnel and added, "These "Still, 'I think the kids play- But their poise never deserted only nine first half field goals Defense Peterson
half of he game with Tex- games don't mean a thing to us them. When Keller made It in 30 shots. The previous night ,
in the long run. We figure ware 4 ed good ball against Texas, 51-44, Texas got a free throw Wake Forest made only seven
as.Harold Bradley, Longhorn ready to go m our own I said Sloan in defense of his Ga. only to have Keller slap In a baskets in the first 20 minutes \
tors, layup shot and Baxley anotherone Wake Forest took consolation JACKSONVILLE!: (CAP) -"The said Oklahoma, he pointed out, ....
for a H-47 lead with two honors with an S3-76 verdict key to It will be defense," saidcoach FSlTs quarterback, 1-foot I 5 I lies. en power running. The
When you get right down tot minutes to go.Three. over a crippled Georgia team. I Bill Peterson of Florida Steve Tens!, and his favorite .receiver Sooners use passes only as surprise I
Gators Were'Best' we were tired in the second The Deacons played well and :State as he sized up his team's Fred Bllctnlkoff, paced I weapons

game with Texas. Wake Forest -1. -1. overcame food outside shooting j chances against Oklahoma! In the FSU attack to It* 111 roc-, This will be the toughest opponent
was better against us than )Iou I 1\ by the Bulldogs. Georgia suffered the Gator Bowl football game ord this season after two. med- we've faced this season, t
realize. on rebounding. Saturday, I ocr. years.'It's Peterson said of Oklahoma
Gators Bob Leonard hit 21 points and "If we du present a problemto "' difficult to build s passIng ., "They have great Individuals.
TeamIn Showed Concern Runny Watts and Dick Herring Oklahoma with our passing; aUack in college because 01 t, Jim Grisham Is big and strong.
The fiery Florida coach show each had 19 for Wake Forest they present a heckuva problemto the timing," Peterson said. "W, Lance Kcnticl Is fut Carl Me

ed concern over the Gators' sec Named to GB Jerry Jimmy Waller Pitts poured 21 for In the 22 Red and us with their running" he Just got It together this year" Adams Is probably the best line

and half slump and was quick and Black. Sophomore Dwayne backer we've flL'Id.neal .

to tell them, "You guys are! AllTourneyJACKSONVILLE Powell added 15 for Georgiaand Hal
TourneyJACKSONVILLE ding-donging it out there." guard John Anderson had Arkansas TopsShutouts' "All you need Is three or four ,

Even when Texas closln I !:: Florida's, 14 for the Deacons, grist players to have a great!
was g; Caters rapidly are turning the Wake Forest now 1s5.4. team," he said "We will haveto
Stick around another week 'or' two, the gap, Florida never premed Gator Bowl basketball tournament Georgia 3-J on the year Texas t be r'alllo& and play s great r
kiddies I'll let you know then If It's time to really start to lose poise on the floor, "Kee ,: into a "Gator" thing. also Is 1-4. List gate,.*' \
letting excited about Florida's current basketball team tog our poise the way we did The Gators' next game will) Both coaches called for the
The Gators won another Cator Bowl basketball tournament Impressed me very much," remarked Sophomore forward Gary be against Tulane Saturday kind of work this afternoon that
Wednesday night. Truthfully It was not too surprising. Florida Sloan. Keller a 6-J strlngbesn, became night at Florida Gym In By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRES.I howls with all but the Gator will toper off from the heavy
the third Florida star Inas Gaines I 11 I I Ie. It will be the Alabama the No
had the best team, just as figured In this space last As for Gary Keller 6-1 sophomore Is 1 college! wheduled for Saturday, bet n |g practice pace of recent days
week, because defense Is more than Just a seven-letter word center who was voted the many years to win most valuable !- opening Southeastern Conference football team In the country. (played Friday: Junes scheduled! a 45-mlnute
In Webster's big book In Coach Norman Sloan's style of basketball : most valuable player in the player laurels. test for the IT which will Arkansss, however leads In I '' drill In shorts for Oklahoma./
language. tourney, Sloan said, "I believewe Keller got 13 of the 14 votes be a heavy favorite over the umber of shutouts posted bteams Rose Michigan, U, blanked 'We will review the kicking
This Florida team did things to Wake Forest and Texas can count on Gary for the cast by writers at the tourney I Greenles. In this week's bewamei. j I three opponents while Oregon game and rehearse. offensive

In two eights that few Gator quintets ever have been ableto big play from here on In. His Wednesday night to win the,w'I. ,ll Slate, 12, is the only pait and defensive assignments," he
do to anyone before Improvement since the start of award. The I4th vote went to "-"- ;' 1e Ji, I The Raxorbacks, In fact, ginto 0 I tlclpant !In s game this week said
Rare Is opposing player who gets an "easy" shot these the has been sMl ..le 1s.l their Cotton Bowl clash
an victorIn
season nothing teammate Tom Baxley, .l M 444Slf that failed to gain s shutout during Films of a half-speed scrimmage
,ames. One Texan did last night, late. .l In the second bait. short of remarkable. 1962. And Gator guard ." .HI'4 I with Nebraska Friday with a the regular season Wednesday were rushed""
M )
Sloan Immediately bad a timeout called to tell me uawrs Brooks Henderson, also a member :-- II.. 4 "I string of five consecutive shutouts through the developer to be
Sloan ..
to quit "dtog-dunging" around. They did. admitted the shoot- and- of this year's team won H 'NI!.'" N ". Nebraska, on the cthr Orange Alabama, I Ifrfl, kept shown to the squad this mornIng -
Actually, the surprise has been In the offensive depart- run Texans moved the ball lin 1963. ,T,less.w. ) I ". 1: N hand, blanked three opponents Iwo teams from crossing the and point out mistakes.U .
ment. Close observers expected Florida to be more than adequate down court against Florida as -nxMKWMt U.1 l IIJi : 'I<< In winning nine of 10famea. goal line Tixss, I-1, three the team lakes the field tomorrow .
defense this season.K'eller's as any team to date "We All three had much to dowith i eO1,1w5 .
on beat a good team. They will do Florida's success In repeating UtJf:1/ i f f4f i iCIM These (Iwo teams have more Sugar Syracuse TJ and It will be for at mott

Emergence quite well In their league, I feel as Gator Bowl champs .i, it M e.M SIP a combined shutouts to their Louisiana Slate 72-1, each 20 minutes to keep the players
1 1sw. dive.!
sure. In 19(4. o'.neWwj M eit credit than ether held one opponent scoreless
: ; any p.lring.liCIT"
Both Peterson and
Jones said
The rapid emergence of Gary Keller as a full-fledged star Now that the tournament Is As a result, an three were -1'I,.. el .. 1 ', a rundown the ether Gator Florida State, _2, hey would like to lake their
bas been the difference. The contrast between the sophomore named to the sU-man all-tour-
Sloan l HIM blanked four while Oklahoma
over, thinks his Gators I learns
Florida's finest ,..... IM4 M ItI ePNdI players on the Gator Bowl turf
regarded as the writ
of Cliff Luyk generally team chosen by
play are much more skilled hand- ney ...... .. 1IoI>et, J.J.I. stopped two without rhnto got the feel' of !M butcouldnl
big man, and Keller Is more than a night and day thing. line the ball and can count enUs en. MMIn i SCOTS.Arkansas.
It's like going from total blackness to pure sunlight two big men, Keller and Keller and Georgia's JIm I 'OlIO 0trIcIMI a/wseew alewar ......If.._ee let permission
Keller gave North Carolina, Wake Forest and Texas de'fllden my PHI were unanimous New Ycur's'rv ranked No. 2 In the I Jones tspressed'concern hat
Ramsey as the SEC ,o..t- ..., seNs
the horizon. games appear choices. Others were Hob Leonard ..... ....., L W'c.1 IsW final Associated Press poll: the footing may be looser than
on of Wake Forest and Bo HWcOIL, 1IM.w.. ..... ,.". didn't allow a point after It t hll Oklahoma" player. are used

Texas lost to LSU In Baton Rothchild of Texas. .Sea."O.. TMa.,11Ap i" W_, Mtlfl -... Lineup edged Texas, last year's national 'I to,but he Is prepared with cleatsof
Rouge but Bradley refused to Keller tallied "POint. I In .... ..i.<.Cram( JcMMr** l-.*,. em_. or"I I5U' u.MMlMj 4-Xugir 1 I: Bowl 2, 12 champion, 14-13. Before that t varying k-ngths.
/ t 1 compare Florida with the Tigers Iwo games, grabbed II rebounds I.t 0 km M* *Lt**,.MIi l:4J-Collon: Bowl, 4 t contest only Tulsa and Jerry "We practiced in hones sand
that will come to Florida's and blocked numerous -_ ._ 4441W4in 4V-RoM I 1: Bowl 2. 12 Rhome bad scored more than all week,'" Peterson said. "I

I gym Monday shot*. I wl vra w. '.....,. a r.4J-Orangs r: Bowl!, 2, U one touchdown: against the Ito dm I think the turf would hurt
: I "
lorbacks. our running
.. !'

in Gator Bold Tournament I None Will Be Surprised
fits. What do y 01 de about a M beanpole wke Bright Spots :jj jjIVrleU j IMAM

Is fait agile ilxxxs well trim .eatiUe has aura !ugly quick .
kaads (renews) and as saarp a pair ., elbows as u yeae ::3 If Mntson Breaks Record
needs .. threw whra the work has Ie be eVtae cloe4a ..
rebounds I (AD-None Is gotn g'imdt In tot 440, compared to !the
The Tar Heels Deacons and Longhorns stm are lookingfor to be surprised tf Randy Mateon world record 01 44 >.

the answer. I a softepnket Noah, 2U. SuHlvin said the new 113,000allweather
Add to this the fact that senior guards Tom Basley and pound Tnan sets I world ere, track hut put down i
Brooks Henderson are proving the kind of con man maneuvering -- 'ord to the shot put In the Or by the t'nlmilty of Miami,
It takes to set up a "kin" In any big lime, that i 71t ani Bowl track meet Friday where. Ibe meet will be betel
Dick Tomllnson Is doing a little bit ef everythine tea lot better I I kUtson, who finished behiM:', should aid Lewis and any ether '
than he has done It before, that (-18 sophomore Jeff ..- now-retired Dallas Lent *: sprinters with big Ideas.Campbell .
Ramsey, still a yirtulllOlHCOttf. .b awfully bothersome to ';lilt Olympics this year, lee...,
the other guy by Just being around that basket-well. It's !is small but select fJekl to tilt
promising Just as Sloan said It could be a month ago. bivftaUMiai event To/u
There still are 11 Southeastern Conference games, plus .., | The Texas AiM sophomore
Miami and Florida Sate ahead and that tempers any idea I : has Wen pulling" the lead bar 'Water Record
of doing any "outer-limb'climbing at this early show.OM / '[better than O bet In practice
las (. be ftotwit abase It. "'nft'. This FbrUa '\ C ,:' this week-end doing" It wilt PERTH. Australia. (AP) -
teem bas started te play basketball .to a aaanrr I* Mieate "'" '.r est-end ks S elnrb to treat Ronald Campbell broke the
01 It kawws all the soles regibciMt surf s Jew little -. the lIMe record ef M feet I world water speed record with
tricks, legal ..*, necessary to be a Ug w..... I I inches .bee by Gary Cubner e m 31 miles per bow today andbecame
Can you knagim a basketball tram going 11 minutes e ,..N :heir York I'nlwwiy.UeiS's : the line man to blatoryie
without making a field goal !but sun looking poised confident 4 world record 17 feet ....bII4IIlIotli land and water
secure and to complete command of the action II inches white MaUnn'S bet peed records la me same cat
IOM to dale Is U feet ak Inches ndar year.
Could Have Been Worse J S. 1u1JJY.... (iMbalrma etfct On the Ant run en Lake Dumleyting '
y > track meet, said: "-We artows' N reached 2318
That's bow the Man wow the Gator Bowl tournament to be Mrprlaetf/ b mph and en the second run
Wednesday sight They scored 43 pools ks a Bdmiiet, ....il brisk IN ,.'.4. HV aompls.CamptMlf.
Mthtttj In tile ether IL By eating a slide rain and rather I' ,4 m 9 been dining so wed hi Jwrauf streedy ..... fhehttnf !
stmpta\ mathematics or* can see a Kraal 11 minutes weald .. up that It's wietUef4bU. ,,. water pad record elM
km produced another 23 points. ." >> m p k., wkieh be SH op si
Bad Fbriite beat* True IV4 toilead ef B-4. there ..... e. Ia.. .. s..o o-s Another man wf"* could let i tube ConMoa encland: la May

W a raised eyebrow er Iwe Is beUctfea circles srwaedttecevrtry. fenrartf Cur Ke t l.rabecs. ) received Ca I wield standard Is These l X*.
wk lAd be broke tile land
Uwto. ae Otrwp-e sprUKe Jury
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Meet ValaaUe frwes JaciMMvUI
As ft Is. they still may raise aa eycbrvw er tie n would J.erwal* trevky .. hues flirting wltk *. rile. peed aced for cemmtleMslImt
be a keaaby ttmj. too For yean now the ashy people was UrV swcrU writer Wayne MhMtkew. At right Ga. rd to !*e ...)ard dash. Lewis drtve ran with 4ttl
know anjihjsf: about Florida la the winter !needier DecenvbwWwch. Dirk TeealisMMs drive to fir toy.,. Teiasf faHMkckJU te she speciafers si the rejryl. i ..k at lake C/re South Au>
(U) trio ta vail U Meek Ji.
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1.\\ j Talented Paxon Swarms \I

.,1 By Green Cove for Title'

., ,

Came Races to 7747 Victory;

) Bach for Ocala"I Ocala Takes Third Place

Assistant Sports EdJl rPaxon'
II what you're thinking, but don't say It. Just got talented Eagles are wearing the GainesvilleHoliday ..
know to their third t
I those rebounds. Classic crown today thanks 9 {
and grab
out there ,
.j last Monday straight basketball masterpiece.Green -
And that'l exactly what big Jeff Curchln In one of Cove Springs was the :

night as Ocala nipped Galnesvllli by one point victim! by the not-.CH: I 01 e Guard Mike Bartholf was the I .

their annual basketball struggles score of 77-47, In last nlght'i lone man in double figures for c .

John lingers was the man doing the talking at I championship battle at the the Devils with 18 points. I
I Coach last season bung Gainesville High gym. lil-'j\- __
mories \
In the gam. meWildcats Slowed It Down '
late the
timeout and Ilapped the In face yi It came on the heels of a Ocala toyed with Dunnellon
over the gym what looked like 15,; t lopsided win over Palatka last
time. last Galnesvllle overcame for the first four minutes In the .
Two eof and whisked victory Saturday night and a 15-polnt
I comfortable leads 18 and 21 points consolation tilt before opening
decision over strong 0 c a l 1a
ap and cruising to
Ceall'l grasp victory.
from 5
,experiences S nightOcala
b looked like another of those harrowing t Dunnellon stalled the ban to
It ,
WeliICla trounced Dunnellon
i \ whoa and keep: the score at 2-2. but the
for the wand otter
Warier tuned battle iDle I 911-31. in the consolation game
hot streak Iii the final q Wildcats broke it up In the
to the tune of the fans "We latter ,Jil
part of the period and A
cUff-banger. the game want 100" chant and grabbed '
throughout .
Ocala bad held 10 to IS poInt leads jumped off to a 22-5 bulge.It .
; third
and led by 12 going into the final eight mlnutel. and We1llCht place. was only a matter of how

t But after Rick hit four straight Jump Ihota Four Players many points the towering
chan -
t leaped from nowhere for several steals the picture Paxon added Icing to I Its. 0 calans 1 would score from
Chi 019,0)LOT
Wwtot W
ed. championship cake by having there on out as they rackedup
1/ overtime period was OF ACTION
i : Suddenly It was aU tied up and an Caron Green Cove's Bartholf Scramble. four players named to the more than 20 points in each

Gainesville Sun's 10-man alt quarter.
I : lnBWala managed a free throw in the overtime tournament squad. Moore paced the scoring

Gainesville scoreless to take a 83-62 decision. with 20 points and Curchln
held honored
It out again, said (41) Eagles were guards
"I thought we were going to pull looked Just like lastvear" Bradley Gary Pajclc and Bobby Ca.ron ., and Jim Stein were right behind
Gainesville Coach Joha Raper.It and forwards Ron Butlernd with 19 and 18 markers

r Ron Sellers. respectively. Pun f II also
Hurricanes will get revenge twice In regular season Great in Loss
pumped in 13 points for Ocala I
Other members of the
gaSes and possibly again team
I Jan. 18 here and Feb. 8 there Billy Roland hit 10 points to
were Ocala center Jeff Cur TROPHY
t :1 t in"We the group always tournamentt play better over there," Raper said as net bin, forward Tom Purvis and i Ion pace the outmanned Dunnel Giving Award Is Gainesville Principal Joe Hudsoncoming I
: To Wolverines cagers.
last Moore and Galnes11ic
i recalled the other time his squad played Ocala sea- guard. Billy! _
., ""In.. "...lllnn. lift the V forwards wayne KICK
Gainesville posted m easy u-n u ---- --
j'1 son.road before the two come-from-behind efforts here. I By MIKE RATHET I utduellng Russell. He was out-1 and Boyd Welsch and guard

i, ,Associated Press Sports Writer ,dueling Michigan. He had scored Bill Boai.Pajclc Hornung May Be Packers'TieBreaker

-One of Besti Bill Bradley, the Tiger In I 41 points, taken down nine copped tourney scor .1
Princeton's tank, almost put a rebounds, collected four assists I In g honors with i M points

i \ Jacksonville Paxon looked like one of the itate'ii outI wrinkle In Michigan's rec o r d and held the man he was guard. bagging 33 against Palatka,'

standing barns as It raced to three easy victories In the But If there's one thing the All- hog, Oliver Darden, to one point. IS against Ocala and 18 in the in PlayoffMIAMI

5 Gainesville Holiday Classics. America, Olympian and Rhodes And Princeton led 7543. championship battle. The 6-J

The Eagles sport excellent outside shooting, height and. Scholar can't do, It.. hold off Then Bradley fouled out. senior hit consistently with

ball.handling the three main ingredients for cage auccess. the nation's top ranked bas- In the next 4 minutes and 37 long Jump shots and also played Fla. (AP) If the through with the big In kicking he scored on only

ketball team from a spot on the .seconds, Bradley's fantastic sparkling floor games. Playoff Bowl game Sunday between play It's his trademark. 12 of his 38 field-goal attemptsbut

ROD Butler and Gary Pajclc, I couple of tl performers, bench. ,one man effort was wiped outby Curchln, a7, 240-pounder, the National Football Hornung, acclaimed the most accounted for 41 extra

I play equally weU IB the back or front court and sparkle And that was where Bradleywas I the smooth Michigan ma followed In the point parade League runners-up Green Bay valuable player In the league points in the 43 he tried. He

I with smooth Jump .bootlll,. Wednesday night as Michigan chine. A steal by John Thompson with 64, coming on 22 points and St. Louis, should end in a before he got in the doghouse Is still embarrassed about the

Throw, in M Ron Sellers another good shooter and aI outscored Princeton 17-1 in ; and a layup tied the score against Gainesville, 23 against stalemate, the Packers may over some betting activities, two he missed.

1 strong rebounder and swift guard Buddy Caron and the the last 4V4 minutes and pre 78-78 with 38 seconds left and Paxon and 19 In the Dunnellon have the tie-breaking ace In came back this year after a "This game means a lot to

Eagles look rugged. Loudermlll and served its No. 1 ranking with then Michigan regained the ball contest. Paul Hornung, the Golden Boy year's suspension.He me," Hornung said. "I'm anxous -
They also have two 64 players, James an 80-78 victory over the TigersIn on an offensive foul by Prince- Close For Awhile to make up for the time
,) Clyde! Israel, who take turns playing the pivot the semifinals of the Holiday Paul is a real clutch player teamed with hard-running lost."
Paxon has Improved with each outing and should be a Festival basketball tournament ton.The Green Cove kept the game ," Green Bay Coach Vince Jim Taylor in leading a formidable
Wolverines stalled and
March close with the strong Eagles Green Bay Is Ion. touch-
for state championship laurels when
solid contender "Theysay
at New York. Lombard! said today. Green Bay running at-
set final shot Russell .
up a by for the first 10 minutes scrapping down favorite over the Card)
1 rolls around. It was windup night for 10 who arched a long Jumper from he can smell the goalp I tack that carried the Packersto
and playing heads u nals, who were beaten out by
major tournaments as the an- line-and he can. behind Baltimore
the corner that flicked throughthe ball second place
The Devils
-Fast Start hustling trailed the Cleveland Browns for the
nual holiday frenzy reached Its in the Western Division.
cords with three seconds by five points at the end of The game, starting at 2 p.m. Eastern Division crown.

Former Cedar Key ace Ricky Turner has gotten off to hat peak ended on a with day-long fourthranked program left the first quarter, 9-14, and EST In the Orange Bowl beforean He didn't produce an over- The Browns went on to crush

a fast start for the York Neb., Junior College cagers. The UCLA whipping Utah 104-" for Russell, who scored 27 points pulled to 12-14 early In the expected crowd of 83,000, all performance comparab I the Baltimore Colts 27-0 for the
has started and had will lead Michigan in the final 1 second period. audience, with his pre-suspension days
8-10 backcourt performer every game the championship In the Loa and a vast television league championship last Sun-
been averaging around 10 points per game Angeles Classic and unheralded Saturday against St. John's. ThRedmrn e But that was an It took for CBS, will be decided by sudden but he ran the ball well and lay, but during the course of

Turner pumped In points at the rate of 214 per game Santa Clara annexing the WCAC advanced with a 86-84, the fired-up P. Ion quintet, death if there is a draw after, kicked accurately' enough to the season lost decisions to the

last season as be led Cedar Key to the wlnnlngest recordin crown by downing fifth ranked victory over Cincinnati on i, and the lead soared to com the regulation period. account for 107 points Playoff Bowl principals. The

the area. He was named Most Valuable Player on theo San Francisco 73-71 at San Jose, pair of free throws by Jerry fortable leads throughout the He averaged four yards a try Cardinals tied the Browns 33-
Sun's All-Area team. Houston with two seconds re remainder of the game That's where Hornung shines He scored five touchdow,
Calif. 33 and beat them 2819. The
All Gainesville's Nutti maining. The Eaglet scored and place-, completed three of 10 passes
Two other -Area performers, Terry Spotlight on Garden II As both a runner Packers won over the c h am-
and Cross City's Dennis Bennett also are playing ,Junior But the spotlight was on New UCLA Rolls straight points to take a commanding kicker, he has a reputation for and caught nine for 98 yards. tons 28-21.

college ball Nutt who has been bothered by an ankle injury York's Madison Square Garden, At Los Angeles, UCLA had' 30-12 advantage. The Cardinals and Packers

i t in the first few games Is a member of the powerful where a standing room only l little difficulty subduing Utah I They left the court at halftime i Hie h School Scores didn't play during the regular

Chlpola JC squad while Bennett Is on the Lake City JC crowd of 18,499 Jammed the ancient but third ranked Minnesotaost with a 32-18 bulge. season but last August in New
i team. to Iowa 76-74 In the third The advantage ballooned to
to the Indlvldifal
tf t HERE!: AND THERE Some of the early season cage duel arena between see Bradley andMichigan's lace game on Gary Olseon' I 43-19 early In the third period a,,-tee s.SOCIATID.- 1oIMIMIMch. 'nil !)ell* M, DWIIMIMII Hurt 31Itratot lrKkt Orleans, St. Louis broke a 23*

standouts around the state have been Andy Owens of Tam- Jumping jack, Cazzie two free throws with three ..eoonds sand stayed at around 30 points PftantoH. MwlMnt. .,. II.as 17., Tmp. chMnik* 'Invitational nhy game Green streak Bay 20.13.Complete exhibition.

pa Hlllsborough, Tom Bell of St. Pete Northeast, Dennis Russell. left The Bruins, mean- the rest of the way. 01K.5.rw/M" ..... Norm ft* Myart St Chirtotl M winning- -

\ Cantrell of Daytona Seabreeze and Mike Leatherwood of For 15 minutes and 23 seconds while rode Keith Erlckson's 2 p. Pajclc j paced the Pesos ":c_'" ,.dIy Ser_. Rlvwiw laMrt' n IrMktt, ..,...... a

Pensacola High. however Bradley wasn'tI point effort to their ninth conecutlve -. scorers with 18 points and theM J.--...ra5'11" r- J1, o'- C... Var* (_Me_*.l.ImllitlwulCI n.hla Service

and handed tht Sellers follow 1 with 14. ... .
victory t Ilk WrW 5? L W IM 4
i Utes their first defeat in 1antes. ]1 I Urtow Tt. I.'I." ., .. I". tl", 55

:, STAYS IN DRESSING R00tt '! U. S. Trims iutlltr.fl 015 71.,..uaurnail'0. V.r. |...1F cDPMm q let e1N.a .9.-un-
1- The San Francisco Dons, ..._. I.an9h.51Cha9Na IC' chicka

I who had previously lost only to PAXON Can, nil eunc... 9IDayton. D.onM.In15ne yOYr 11,119.
14-1 Ncltcrs 5..d 59955 5. 5
a service team previously, bull ,R_ I Ml '.klc, Ills, t......, Jap U trool., ....
I, L utl9mlll. M li ,VM, t. ., { I Lsqi 5,909
t. ..., .
1 \F. Bradley Silent After GameNEW a 49-33 halftime lead be for e Sof.I..,"..I. M-I4I...II.J.rialM.>., TMiut-ioU, iur.-, .", .t MIAMI (AP) The Sunshine L......... .. NI..I Niel IMC' 45 .5N. ....

Santa Clara battled back, taking RUN COVi IPKINOI' -..,. Cup Tennis tournament moved U_._., wII"HIiI..i.
the lead 72-71 on Rich Levitt' !."..1.5.!, "mI.! ._.. '_...,r1w_. 1191 J_. Into the fourth round today with Pllrn IMCH n, '*..! MIH |4 .,. I..
NEW YORK (AP) Bill against the Michigan press. Michigan shifted from a lone I layup with 31 seconds left Erwin hI..., ,.,...,. the United States, Australia and IMC ll OmmilMRIvMri film IMchMlOTll .h. 'u'.'.'
I .. ...
itoct by 5 o_... 41
Bradley sat hunched over on the "He's tremendous Mueller of San Francisco ,
Michigan press to man to-man press, and *"" Mntm.n Italy apparently the powers to 01.99 0914y ""
Princeton bench, nervously Coach Dave Struck said. "I led the scorers with 27 points .9M Cwt ttmt f' .. 1a_., C__,. Your Johnson Dealer
Princeton's OCALA beat .....
Walters broke McKWIKM.
I twisting a towel, and watchedthe saw him 20 minutes the other Gary while Eric Paulson topped Santa .0 I., O, M.9q ,.... tMnq,.0p.,,, ',-.. The United States eliminated SMdlll T'Mil," ,.,..H
through for a layup that a, .,"Ift, a.5, .9nol, 0, Ml_ !I'. Miwni. CoiumbmNtrlwitf CROY'SMARINE
gave 1 Curlty' a
lead he had Clara with 20
so spectacular night and 40 minutes tonight, aa..r9n. tut, Cwrtl, fj.il, vW,* Japan M Wednesday, winning "'R', Ilse5oathwaf
ly forged against the nation's and he's Just tremendous." the Tigers a 7743 lead. But that But of all the tournaments, .*OUNNILLON... t+* Taum-4Mt.. *R99R Mole, both singles events and defaultIng 45. -500 ."......'.55

top-ranked college basketball Strack, however, saw him less was their last look-In. the one with the weirdest wind- L AN.... moo""' C41n C.9. .,.", in the doubles. >.. Oral City Yeug9ni
F", CM09. .. ,.....,.....
In this of I/1l9s '''L T99 1- '
\III team slowly fade away. than 40 minutes. Bradley fouled With Bradley gone, Michigan up day point Australia scored a clean 0...pn.hr '. CENTER
out with started 'games was at Portland Ore.,Io. ., ........, wne SMUI n, Ort_ Sdgwilai.
When Michigan' Conic Russell 4:37: to go and PrInceton stealing the ball, forcing nit. It_N sweep over Canada, M, and
tossed In a 20-foot Jump, holding a shocking 7341 Princeton mistakes, doml- where Oregon State held Ten- I 7n III Italy defeated Poland 2-0. ".... n., '01 S. MAIN 17MJ11
1I'til' shot with three seconds to go, lead. The Garden crowd of 18,> natlng the rounding and slowly nessee to eight points in the Other survivors of the third o9r.y 'A 09,9..5 55 --.

winning it for the Wolverine I 491 gave him a standing ovation steadily whittling at the lead first half and ended the Vol Montreal Goes round were*' South Africa 3-0

80-78( Bradley hurried to thlag e I that lasted more than two min They outscored Princeton 171 unbeaten string at seven witha over Yugoslavia; Ecuador 21 i
i re asAn room. utes. the rest of the way. 48-27 victory! in the final of the over Austria; Colombia 2.1 over
Far West Classic Ahead of Hmcks
Mexico 2-1 Bet.
hour later the door was Spain; over I
Gator Bowl at Jacksonville.
Slum; and Argentina 41 ever
Still locked. Fla. Gary Keller a -foot-. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :

"He doesn't want to see anyone sophomore, scored :20 points and The Chicago Black Hawks I

," Princeton Coach Butchvan nnmm led Florida to a 82-4 victoryover must spend New Year's Eve Chile.Electrical Seethe .

Breda Kohl explain e d. /fr Texas. trying to care back a share of,

"He doesn want to talk to any Bowl Gulf South Classic at Shreveport the National Hockey League
Tournaments Sea
La. Charley Schmau. COTTON BOWL
New Mexico 55 Tex. Western lead.Montreal
one."What can I say? I really ECAC Holiday Festival 47 I who scored 13 points dominated pushed ahead of Lighting Installed

dont know. I asked the kids (Semifinals) the boards and wu named Chicago Wednesday night, edg Itniden'lol Convn rcllMuttrUI

what I should say, but t h eycouldn't Michigan 80, Princeton 78 (Third Place) MVP, led VMI to a 73-70 ing Toronto 4-3 on thlrd- rlocl I
TCU 71 William It n
tell me. Maybe I should St John's M, Cincinnati. ,Cater Bowl Mary squeaker over Arkansas foals by John Ferguson and I CALL
have taken Bill out when he was Sun Bowl at El Paso TeI.- Jean Guy Talbot The victory NewYear's
tired and saved him. Maybe It'. Ttmament Caamplnashlps Florida 12, Texas 41 I New Mexico got 20 points and 20 gave the Canadiens 41 points to I C. P. DresslerI
(Third Place) 31 for the Black
fault" rebounds from sophomore Mel Hawks I Contractor
Les Aifelrs Claule
my .l Wake Forest S3, Georgia 78 I Daniels/ and whipped Texas were Idle.Chicago. I
Bradley Princeton's foot UCLA 104. Utah 74 he.. Ft tf-C193
Kodak Classic
and Western 5V47 for the tint time plays at Detroit tonight Day
All America, Olympian (Third Place 910 N.W. 4th St.
Navy 18. Rochester 81 In nine while Montreal rests '
Scholar on one of years.Kodak
Rhodes put Iowa 78, Minnesota 74 (Third Place)
Classic at Rochester.
the most spectacular WCAC
Fordham S3, Harvard M N. Y. Bill Radcliffe hit for
performances ever staged In Santa Clara 73. San Fran. 71
Cull South lassie
21 points and Gene Parch h55k1 J
4 Madison Square Garden Wed (Third Place) VMt 72. Arkansas 70 ARKANSAS
for IS, leading Navy to an SHI
night Jose ee Pacific 53Far ]
Besdiy San Third Place) triumph over Rochester. 819G5 VS.

NeD el WM Oauie I Centenary 87, Mississippi Si There was one major intersectional
The celebrated duel betweenCanals Oregon St 48, Tennessee 27 game Importance en NCIXASKAOverWJXTCfc.4 e45

Bradley and Michigan's (Third Place) Other Scerts last Rights schedule eighth

Russell In the semifinals of tin Oregon $2. Northwestern 74 Duke ,.. Ohio State $09. Sot ranked Duke edging Ohio StateIUI ,) 'gypCo'sportscred .1t'At

Holiday Festival Tourney didnl All Colin Dayton H, Dartmouth 78 In double overtime.J3 Happy..Netl'-.fear 1:45 P.M.
really develop. It was niece, DePaul 67. Oklahoma City M !iI:.,

Bradley vs. Michigan." (Third Place) We're grateful that you come to see us In '64. by The Hartford Insurance Group

When he left the game wit,I Brigham Young US, latter, Thanks to all of you we hop yarn be in our and brought to you by
five personal fouls Bradley Ohio 103 4 Sun picture for '65. too!
statistics: 11 field I Big Eight
bad these In 23 attempts. ft I Kansas S3, Colorado SI A Hew Heekky > Peap.s.s New YWr T. AD! HOWARD HALL

from the out line 411Spolnsine b. (Third Place) \IOU> MI-.KUIYMHM-. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETChevy
rebounds and four assists Kansas State M, Missouri C AGENCY

S IM Beet! St. Kth A ..
And the man-to-maa defense c.nttr-H. Mole ot *
at KL i.
Oliver Darden scored one Vanderbilt 80, Louisville! 47 DIAL 375.7SII Gei..il1e St. FR 2.3456

point for Michigan. And he also (Third Place)

brought the ball dew a I Tei.Tech 8J, Georgia TIC 80


_. -- -, s.Memories TM 5a.M011e Q!' ATn"a" c,1mw_.. ___.

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V To The Gulf Hammock Still


I Late MorningN.Y. Old YearBy Desirable for State

Readers' Request Listing SAM DAWSONAP By BUZZ MIXSON time, all the timber would be

Business Newt Analyst I Su Area Editor gone, Coulter said

The ... AlllsCbal 19%! Int Nick 144 State Conservation Director The Cabinet In turning down
f" Ion, "'11II" .. .. NEW YORK (AP) Americans
WUN _I .. !lie Alcoa COVs Int Pap 32% Randolph Hodges stilt thinks It Lea's lease or purchase proposal \
I/TW ..., tonight can tout a depart- '
: .u M. Jones&L C9tt left tile door for fur
wm1.N.e STOCK LISTINGS AmAir 44* log year fa which unprece- would be "highly desirable"for open
Am Can 42T4 Kaia At 29* dented the state to own the huge ther negotiations. Hodges said
prosperity proved to
Pierce WufternMoiphey AmCyan 66% Loch'd 3W m,000-acre Gulf Han meet f he did not know what the next
-- ,. strong it overcame a string of
AmMot 14 Lorillard 41% tract In Levy County but only 3 step would be.
NEW YORK St Oil led 2.00b 42V. Fidelity Trend _._ IUS AT&T 17'" Mag'vox 31H surprises and threats. If a feasible way of financing Ed MaDUI. chairman of the

STOCK EXCHANGE Steel Drug .85 21% Fund'Ul Invest I1.SO AmTob 33V4 MM&M 55'%o TIle good guys definitely bested Its purchase can be found. Came and Fresh Water Fish

Abbott Lab __.__ S40 46% Texas UW 1.20 80% Income of BostonIncorporated 1.54 Ampz Cp 14 Mohasco 14tt the bad guys in the American That, in essence, Is w bat Commission has been the t

Allied Chem ...u-.r,.. 1.80 11'1i Textron .,..,.1.40 12" Inc _._ '.'It Anaconda 53 Mons'to 86 i economic story. But there wen Hodges told the Sun yesterday chief negotiator for the slate, ,

Amerada Pt ........... 100 13'1i Tidewater .__ 32% Keystone K S _..._ 5.70 Armour 52H Mont Wd 40 perilous moments and uncertainties from his Tallahassee office. and he was unavailable for comment

Am Elec Pow __ L16b 44th Tram W A __ 48% Keystone S I 18.11 ACL 69% Nat Dalr 16 I enough to stay off any .'1 would like to see the stats today.

Amer Enka _._ 14fla IS% Union Pre __ 1.80a a% Keystone S 4 _. 5.18 Babcock 34H Nat Dist 26% boredom. own this land" Hodges said, The state currently holds a
Amer Hone ___ 1.<

Amer M. Fdy ...... .90 185 Upjohn 1.00151* Life Stock Fund .. U9 Boeing 69* Penney MV And there were dreams of know how this could be accom Lumber Co on part of the Gulf

Armco Stl _.?__, 300 MAlch Jim Walter 2& Mass Inv Stock. 17.14 Borden K* Pa RR 36* future rainbows In space that pUshed." Hammock property which ia

Topka __ 120a 33 War Lamb .70 32'Worthlntn \ Mass Inv Growth ... 1.17 Brunswk 1'% PepCola 39% kept; Comsat stock gyrating to used as a game managementand
Baxter Lab _- .34 3OV. _._._ 1.50 SO Pioneer Fund UZ CaterTr 41% Phil Mar 73%1 the won''erment of many. Auto Th. conservation director hunting preserve. This

Beckman In __.... 71'% Xerox __._ 19'1i Puritan Fund --:. I.sa Chrysler HVi Phlll Pet 53""i" labor wage gains In hand and said that state recreation funds lease, which cost the slate
Beech U S _, 1.10 535 Zenith 1.20. 83V. Putnam Growth 15.19 CocaCola 140* RCA 33% steel pay increases In prospect accruing from a five per cent nothing, Is subject to cancellation

Bristol My..,-.... .80 ea% TV 4 Elec ..... ....... 8.08 Com Ed 54 Rep Stl 42% raised the spectre of future inflation. las on sporting goods at the HODGEShas by the new owner, howev
COUNTERNSW wholesale level limited
Brown Shoe ......, 310 1 107V. Value Line Inc '.77 Con Edis 96V Revlon43'%: But consumers mostly are contended all along that

Brunswick __.?...w 9V ....VORIC... .KMlm.(API -..Th_..loot.......,.. 51w Wend Wellington Fund _._ 14.19 Coot Can 10'4 Rey Tob 38''- counted their blessings now a He little said over at present$1 million there in ti these onlya there la not enough timber on er.Hodges, himself owns a 10-

Cambell S 140 38V. N.'_ AlMCMM... W Scurm lol DMtcttm Dow o. ,.% StReg P 31 tax cut rising incomes, more the Gulf Hammock tract to pay acre camp site In Gulf I
idvsI 11' funds and that
toe. M .p..w.1 for
Carter Pdt _......100a 18V. ..., ... M NAID1 iitliM* NYSE!: MOST ACTIVE STOCKS duPont 240 Seaboard 45 jobs. requests recreation the asking price, or even the interest Hammock. There are others

Case J I _! 17'% .KM. Hi*CMM,w w twvs vimM MM"Men MM IhMt Inkse_ CD.,. VeL Close Change EAL 4314 Sears 130% Defenders of our gold reserves than $100 projects million totaling have already more on a bond issue to swing who have leased camp sites,

Cessna Air 1.00 31'* kwftrt MkMte' 374,600 Benguet 1% up % Kodak 140% Sinclair 57% staved off a further drainof been received the State Outdoor the deal. and Hodges said he did not know

Ches Ohio _..-.. 4.00 70.,.. Allco Land ___......,. 11% 144,700 Bruswick 9% up Firestone 43% Socony 12% dollars that kept the U.S. de Recreation by Committee. State Forester C. H. (H 111)) how these leases would be affected \

Coas S Gas _. :M Amer Fidel Life _...- 21% 106,200 Sperry Rand 14 up % Fla Pw 46% SouthnC 63% left in International payments Coulter was quoted In the St. by the change In owner

CBS.._ ..............1.80b* 4O% Amer Heritage 21 70,100 RCA 33% up % Fla PilL 75H SperryR 14 ilgh. More dramatically, they I Hodges pointed out, too, that Petersburg Times as saying that ship.
Comb Eng _. .?-. 120 35 Amer Mat Ins "__ 18% 39,600 Tex Gulf Sal 51% off' 1% Ford MH" StO NJ 90 withstood the shock of the onslaught UM tax on sporting goods Is cur- perhaps .,000 worth of tim "People from all ever the

Comsat Corp :,._ 43V. Amer Pioneer Life 7 49,300 Am Tell Tell?'% up % Frnut Da 13V Studebak 6Mi on the British pound that recently being" tested In the ber a year could be cut from state hunt In Guf! Hammock,"

Cone Mills .80 Zl'% Anheuser Busch __ 15 43,500 Comsat 83% up 1% Frueh Tr 30 Swift 5'1'% brought threats of Its devaluation courts by at least one hardware the Gulf Hammock property Hodges said "I would like to

Cont Alrl __... .40 19" Anodyne ........ .. .... 7% 44,400 Amer Motors 14% up % Gen Dyn 35% Texaco 17% or of International monetary store and a Miami manufacturer but that It would cost $200,000> see the state own Gulf Ham-

Contl Ins _. ._. 2.20 6O% Citizens Bank _............ 37 41,000 Amer Photo 8% up % Gen El 91H Thiokol 12 I chaos with the U.S. dollar of swim suits. The, to administer this cutting and mock If there Is any walt can
Contrl Data _. 54" Conn Lt A Pow _.._ 36'4 31,700 Glen Alden 13% up % Gen Fda 81 U Carbld 127 I latter concern, Hodges said, for re-foresting And, In 10 years be financed." he said.

Corn Pdts ...,,?_..... 150 13"1. Cowles Mag & Pb _. ._ 11% 39,300 U S S teel 31% up % Gen Mills 46% Unit Alrc ts:% as the leading exchange curren-I Is contending that swim wits

Delta Air ._ 1.60 U Dunn & Bradst :......_ 60V 36,700 Cmpbl R4 U 23% upi Gen Mtrs 97% Un Fruit 17H cy, Inevitably Involved. A art Items of apparel, rather ; ; I

Det Steel ......_ .. .60 13 Florida Gas _........ ... 12 34,800 Chrysler IO% up H Goodrich 36% US Steel 11% record $3 billion bailout fund than sporting equipment I I Funnyman Allan Sherman

Emerson El __._... 1.00 40'1. Fla Natl Bank 83'* 33,400 Studebaker 1% unch Goodyr 45 UIIIY Mat 14% saved the pound- for the time Tuesday,the State Cabinet,on
...... ..._.._ 21'\ 44 the advice of Gov. Furls h9ryant
Fair Camera ..._* .50g Z7'4 Fla 31,600 Pan Am 28% % Greyhnd 22% WestgEl it least.
Finan Fed .*.... 36% Forrest Labs .. _. 14 up Gulf Oil 81% Wlnn Dix 39% wing, turned down the proposal of Makes Hospital 'Funllylarul'Loll

Fst Chartr ........-. 1.>7f %3'. Founders Life _.._ 7% AMER STK EXCH Int Harv 74% Woolwth 21",1 The fall of NtklU Khrushchev William C. Lea of Atlanta to

Fst. West. Fin 11% Franklin Life 5341 ACTIVE STOCKS upset the stock market momentarily either lease or sell the Gulf 1 By BOB THOMAS Busch working on the music

tta E Cst ...----,1 11% Great American 305' Volume Close Change Florida Leads but businessmen and con. Hammock property to the state AP Mevle-Televlsioa Writer for the show, and I didn't
Food Fair 90 Zl% Grolier _,............. ., ..37% I sunsets alike went on their way for development Into a recreation '
83,400 Goldfield Corp 2'% up % HOLLYWOOD AP) Cedars sleep until well after that. He
FMC Corp .._ 1.00 59"11 Gulf Life ..__.._ 44'* area. I
.Frito Lay 38'. Herff Jones 18 62,000 Giant Yellowkn 17% up 1 ; Nation In confident that peace of a sort I Lta, who Is In the process of of Lebanon Hospital may called for a nurse to bring aKale. '
??? ?? ??? would continue and with it be
1 the
Cen Tele .88 37% Home InsKennasaw ...........-.. .. 70'% 39,300 Wrlght-Harg up s purchasing the property from never same followlnj. .
Life .... .. ... 8''%" 37,100 Syntex Corp 85% up 2'% he prosperity to which they Robinson Land and Lumber Co. the Invasion by Allan her tJo
,Ga Pacif _.__ l.00b 55% < have become accustomed dur- Sherman padded around the 1
Kin-Ark Road man.
34,000 OU 1% 1% OutlayTALLAHASSEE
Getty Oil ,.UI .,.,??...? ..Iflg'Grace 265 Life of Fla __. -. 10 up log the M months of economic nad offered to lease the 133.000 bed and stepped up to weigh
Co ..... .. ._ 1.OOb I6V. Lowes Company .,,......... 215 ODD 'LOT TRANSACTIONS (AP) FlorIda pswtag. acres to the state for 170,000 The comedy songman checked himself. "lIey I broke the
Into the hospital Dec. 1 for
Hel Curtis .80 18. Milgo Electron 'V a month or to sell It for a figure great barrier be cried awakening

Ins ... 22% Purchases 393,023 ia !leading the nation Inipendlng The stock market recovered In the of treatment of asthma and overweight
Mort neighborhood '
J B M _..._... 5.00 I 4115 Guaranty fll further, "I'm 99Vi We II
Int Mm C .......... 1.SOai 37'% Pacific Sw AIr Z8% Short Sales 2,134 .. Its Interstate highway to hit new highs In November million. Sine then he has writ- call It 199, won't we, dear!"

i lInt Tele ..,..,....-,- 1.00 sa'li Schlitx Brew ___.. 481' Other Sales _.? 456,211 money, the u.s. Bureau of Public But then It added to the under Hid the state purchased the ten a television lal and 200 the nurse assented.
Kellogg _? __ .. ??. .80a 48V. Secur Ufe It Tr ._ sat.t Total Sales -......,._ 458,385 Roads reported. lying uncertainties by faltering property, Lea would have subleased pages of a book, keeping a secretary

Lehman Cp ........ 1.We 29'1i Southern Nitro _..... -.. 27'% PREVIOUS DAY'S Even more disturbing, ft failedto the dolomite mining bury full time and entertaining Sherman suffered an asthma
InsAMERICAN_ 38'\ Division Engineer J. S. Call. provide the yearend rally, with of i small squad 01 attack In New York last No-
.Litton In ..-.....-.... 198f 75 Travelers STOCK MARKET rights a guarantee payng '
Cm 1.00 ZO In a letter to Road Board Chairman dear to the heart of tradition- the state a minimum of too writers In rollicking story ses vembrr and submitted to an
Lone S STOCK Advances .... _...,......., 692 John Phillips, said that'the lists. Still, this New Year's 000 a In ra shies. sions. examination. The doctor polio
larsh Fld .......... 1.60 501/. year > I t
>Martin M 1.00 18.% EXCHANGEAerojet Declines ....._____ 37 Interstate program has Eve, prices: of most stocks, I The Idea on the part of some The major remit will j l be dered Sherman's weight then ')

'McG Hill _.._., 60s 37'4 Gen 24% Unchanged' ,-,.. ._lt 28Z been accelerated so that Fiords though not all, are nicely above of the stste's negotiating officials "Allan Sherman' Funnyland"on 230 and way of life, which
Mead __._ 1.70 45% Analex Corp ..... 26th Total Issues 1,3* now leads an the ststes to their year ago levels gladdening st first, was that there NBC Jan. II as forerunner Includes playing night crill I b I
Corp Aqua Chem ..... .____.0 19V. the hold.era. series. and around at all hours
Merkd ._..__ 200a 49<\1 New 19044 Highs SINew the obligation of Interstate the heart of lucky was enough marketable Umber for a possible racing
Plastics .....,... 24%
Aurora "The doctor's comment-
196344 Lows 14 unds. and other resources on the I dropped by Sherman's room
Natl Alrl ........... .80 655 2S%
Centl .50 46''%" Barnes Engineer property to make It pay for It. one morning to check on his "You're the moat promising
N Y 15%
Chromaloy candidate lor. heart attack ,
_.... 2.00 13 I telf. progress" with scripts and
Nla M Pow _
Cinerama 3V "
Norfolk W ?,.._-. 8.00 1 132 5 Computer Set _._ II YOUR MONEY'S WORTH eo,. Bryant. In recommend scales. He was bleary-eyed and I've ever seen. ,.

No Ind P S ....-....148 59<\1 Cutter Labs A .._ 1m log that the state turn down unshaven, looking somewhat' Being candidate for a heart
No Nat Gas ..... ._ 1.80 5841 Data Control 54V.I Lea'f proposal, said that there like an undernourished Buddha attack didn't appeal to me," i

Olin Math ._ 120 40Si1 Fulton bids __ 1'4 Dividend Bonanza was oat enough time l len during his doctor had Just wskenedhim said Sherman. "I was Invited
Owens HO250 1 103" 4 Ms administration to find out if for a short consultation by President Johnson to enter
Pac G It: E _.....- 1.00 14'4 Jax Gen Minlt Develop MkU .. 7% the timber, mineral and leas pronounced him well and de aln at Austin on election eve, .:
2.40 31% revenues would pay the purchase parted. but I canceled\ and went Into f
Pac Lung Mackey Airlines ..,..... ... 5% .
Pac T &: T _. ...... 120 ZSl< Mead Johnson .. 17'% Porter price "I'm not quite In this world the hospital. I dropped seven
Pan Amer A 1.20 Z8'., Pac Nw Tele _.r.-.. .-.. Z2 By Sylvia y; Stale Forestry Board Pretl- ss yet," Sherman apologized pounds In five days, then came
Day 1.00 31 I a dent Burro Brice of Irons e n "I was up mill lam. with out here to take off more"
Parke Philips Elee _............ 40Vt' _
Pennzoil-.2.00 42' Redwing Carriers _..... 10V. If you're one of America's 20 'The significance of the reasons en specifically by the liberalization

Pfizer .80a 4".41' Rlc Croup .-_- 2% million Investors holding stocks goes far beyond the fattening ef the depreciation

Phelps Dg __......, 3.00 7OV., Sperry R WU ._ I'Syntex % for long-term Income you have 'of stockholders' nesteggs. rules and the Investment tax Living Cost Index Shows
.. M 1 INIAlPubSvEGUO credit la 19(2 and by the corporation -
Polaroid __ 65S(1( had a strikingly good 1964. Of A first reason, of course, Is I
4041 Us cuts In 19(443. T be
Elec Z7% whose personal
Tampa all the groups the peat upswing! In corporation
Pure Oil 160 sa,I Tech Measur 15-. Incomes have been climbing profits during this susUhved \ more generous treatment per-

Rayonier ...... 1.00 39 i Tea Win ...:.- Z814 sharply this year your group period of business prosper mitt companies to deduct larger Slight Rise for Novemberthe

Rexall Mb 57%, Valspar- .. ......... 1t65i stands proudly high on the list It,. Before-Ut profits are estImated sums from their beforehaslncemes
Reyn MctI ........... 50 3-1 This time you can' camp lall at around pt. billion to write down their -

Rich Merr ..- _-1.20_ 1.00 S7 1'%, Affiliated MUTUAL Fund _FUNDS_ .13 that you've been left out of a this year and the annual rats equipment Investments As In a result plank they and 0 Hfta fork aim,. vimber, partly because t b e Labor Department reportid -

ReCoil ?_ business upsurge.Cash of Increase to profits ia the strikes In the automobile Industry Wednesday
Life It Gr ... I.sa 1 much of their/ WASHINGTONThe e ea
44 Capital
Roy Dutch _........ 173g "-:- need not use so
Searle Cd __ .90 8 7X I Divers Growth 1'.01 : dividend payment on past two years has been aa 1 after Us Income to finance inner price Index rose !by twotenths bud the side effect of pinning The lnde for November was
2.00 80 Dividend Shares ..,....... 177I corporation stocks In these 12 awesome $11 billion The rise I these plants and they have of one per tent in No- I up the price ef used care,
Singer 21.02I months will have lopped $30 billion In dividends reflects the rise I __ : UN h. with average price to I
Smith Kin 120a 70''I Dreyfus _- more Income left to diatribe te the 1957 tf period] taken
by midnight tonight, t be In corporation profits a.d. ss
Sou Cal EcI .. 1.05 17'4 I Fidelity Caplt 11.30I highest total ever. This la a the forecast noIs that 1 la ((4 stockholder. the has ef 100 Thus It cost
2.00 n 511 Fidelity Fund 11.32 II was not so long age that
St on Cal I fun $3 billion ever 196L 19(3, corporation profits again I. 1101 87 In November la boy the
of stocks and of
will rise by billions over 1M4to owners + tame goods and services that
-Around 1,100 companies r
cash at the bottom ef the
cost lioo' in the bate
dividends new aO time peaks.
have hiked their
MARKET AVERAGES, PEC 10HJjk1"'TelT will personal Income ladder Tile
NEW YORK TIMES this year. In November alone, A second reason is the cLear Interest paid M savings! accounts Despite the small rise In N>

Close Het Chi. 244 corporations declared a a I confidence of corporations I II was almost a J jeke. ember, the eighth/ monthly Inmate

25 Rails H924 117.22 111.41 U. .61 I Increase to heir regular quarterly the outlook for the economy Companies limited divide a tfpayments this year, the index fort
2SM.stri.il 904.05 J93.ll 899.99 V, 5.92 dividend rstet-the high :la general and their son profits became they wanted : e month was only 1.2 per cent

50 Stocks 521.64 515-26 51 WO U, 1.27TVIARKET i i eat total ever recorded for a In particular. No matter what to plow back as much of their I above November a year ear

[ single month. their current earnings, corporations after Ui earnings! as theycould list,
-Not only lave there been would not. be se liberally Into expenses and modern M I
Robert J. Mrere Director
spectacular declarstions Increasing their regular dividends ballon.
some of year end extras. Mack unless they anticipated Now, ia rate II rise 4tvt-I 1L. at the Bureau el Labor
FLASHES Statistics
laid -We still
more Important, there also that their profits would continue dead and Interest payments i f fWIC
the .
/ even hfla.llut
have been widespread Increases to support the higher are at the top of the personal' ,
to regular dividend lay. .level ef dividend payments. ladder. : ) this year *that many p.r.
NEW YORK (APHTbe stock This confidence Is In llaeff a -Cap sons predicted.
Dew Met Stack Averages menu, for as Moody Investor in short. Is ears
Biarkefs "trsdiUoiial year end Service puts It, Thia suggests prop under ear entire economy 03 more today dose at a ay w I He solid that lot this year
rally" became a fact today >I V>MS Day ) tod Hour I 1 that basic cIIY\dendIlrom A third reason la that corpora other period) In modem Umea.f as a whole' the CMMumer price

stocks advanced on a broad KIM IJOfndust op 117' many companies are being set .stions have been deliberately these who moan that the. level would MM to the neigh.' '

front to active trading. I 10442 MRaue spits at higher levels which man. I encouraged by laws and rules "eapUaUem" Is BO more IMbmil hofhood el 1.1 per rent about

the averages by midday agemcnU believe CIa be malatamed. I.-l pay out snore ef their/ ear* Just the figures yea the same aa for tfie .past slnonlnflatkNury .
Gains In 124.71 U III up44 ...
wen ahead of toga fa dividends to their have read) kereln. years
put 104.14 | C Stocks ( up UIVekBM -Tbe pace of rise fa dividend r
their level' of a week sgo-ltas ll has New cars used care and au.
the usual trend for 5,390,00 | L4M.MO payments recently tomobile 1
mwrance all went
maintaining been twice as fast as the pace He's 1st Negro President up J
prices to be higher en New of rise fa wages and salaries, to price hi November The arc
Yean Eve than ea Christmas eloped Friday for New Tear's me tar rye wee typical lot 0w p-
three tones as fast as pittrIM I
Day. Of Putnam Medical kl rW after the sitrodueUon ef
of fa professional Society
Eve.Key from tractions International Harvester rose Incomes, daseee ef mass new models, aa dealer discount J
to weD ever rose a port about 3 sod Polaroid more than/ as fast aa the pace ef Tins fa PALATKA Dr. James A14113 tma Beach and feral ctttwo sew .*tar are bides reduced was,dill but aear.ly the.

i rents. U. a Negro win take ewnlnred him !ha should stay
On the last day rf UM.tilt, Cabs exceeding a paten were -la the pest Ore years alone ever Friday as emideal ef the I Ue Is a salve ef Deyteas ene per cent below. a yearearlst

market eontiwd la nfly of made by Da Pone IntemaUoaaJ payments fa the fond ef dlvtdeads Putnam County load sal. Sod Beach, a Methodist minister, after aOowam for quaUBy

Wednesday wtth'.we eutttand- Nickel and General Electric have Jumped 44 percent ty thefirstefhtaracetoholddie and a gradual* ef Reward bnpreveiMftU, the Labor
.... oald,
fag exception gokkninaM u.s. led ...ether top steel Only the U per cent upsurge efflcc. I'niversity. Washington, D. COr. IU' ww.,1. m Se Department

stocks dedi eII. makers gained fractioaa. ef paymenU fa the Iron 1 Dr. Long fa the stcead ,.. Long worked his way lie Lost His Used ears rose fa price ".....
of falerest has snrpaased ftts/ tJreogH aaedteal atdtoostart.- Ship low dealer slocks resulted from
The Assodited Press average As the gelds rewu Ham.stake gre to be president a em esj
jag ae s tuHma* porter. wait- the lack ef frade-ba
en new
ef M stocks at anon was sp II( sank aboal 2. along wtkAmericafr&Ui TIlt trends today art (a'I Dr.soedkal saendetM H. Cart is Sanford Florida a* and baseball stayer. He received wiping lean fraaa ... .,.. .ka hack ef a tail Wed- tan which were .... ab I.

at EU with Industrials ay U AMcasj faremeoL startling Contrast to Ae tnmtsfa las Gorge served during the. pert his ...... degree fa18S. ......, fa Ca,iaia) fredcrlck' Mehle. aalpffr .1 theA.erleaa because ef **...** the report
.4 and UWiTbe fII ap > I Dome Mines el gearhXnL / a that aank kelBmday -
rails IP .. early loatwar years and ef ne foot freighter talth Veyager Mid.
.1 year as president I Wertd he whlU ..... U ... Cati, Hot) .1 .
Dow Jones W astral tferst fa fte t/We As recently asWWs. Medical During War 0, Maw *
at noon was *p 7 Jl at; Price were feneraHy higher dMdend resent at). Me Cwary Society. was ane ef three alyskuatpractkwig WhitaatesMt, N.T. kid >aat arrived te Kas Su Bet.anda. : Over all food prim eVefto.id .

in active trading en the Assert imaOy ..... h Ae yesrsIraedUtery The sew tVaani County fa Mtaaai CoonryHt with tlM ... erttnaesi she. ,...... ....,.. as ttowmbtff JatiuesKed by't/, ;.

I717L The raffles Wednesdayand can Stock kUchange.Caryorate after World Wv1l medical caeaatttw began practice eattmaiH that ef MM .. with. klw after tt. rare of the rrew Vats resa.ved. redurttea tar ...atllIIeI tpua

strong than erased the beads were snbed.cflned. faterest feyineats were ant fa Palatka somewhat bychance. bins which he he. defltwtd. rev "..... wart kind astd M '...... rabid fnftI. fore Ipectt d hsusasta ..

declines today ef snort Monday and Tee. 17.3. avE'mne.. hada d. aw IIICtiIIDC- t Be ..... a Pam afler bowl seetoiailli were net tfUs after a aeaaa afitt caavtef the caif*. '4 gala I. .ppvtft" atd.o I d I

day. Stock odiacigta will be 1 Way lie dMdead spears? a vfc* to ... ham, Day ..* rl<<. 1ft. tlrt ...,
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I J I Exchange Club Sponsors_. New 'Fishing Event


I'' Civic clubs are well known for their recreational efforts, day season. Certainly, our Northern and smog bound Call Mrs. Ralph Taylor and daughter, 70 by drifting; from Lake

not only In backing organized teams but In securing and Improving forma friends would Jump at the chance to enjoy such good City Ernest P. Thomas and Curtis Duke 48 by drifting;
community facilities, Locally, the Gainesville E x SLlstreani' ; weather and fine fishing in this outstanding .area which we from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and L E.
t change Club has been In the forefront of such activity. Clubs ? take so much for granted! Lord 43 In the lily pads, Mr. and Mrs. John Carney 108 In i
and days of drifting; from Hawthorne Francis Gibbs and
are also known for their own recreational participation suchas FISHING RESULTS
56 in the lily pads, Claude Howard and
Ruby Manning Joe
holding their own golf tournaments or riding donkeys in,
"donkey baseball." In this, the local Exchange Club has field Horseshoe Beach Williams 7t by drifting, Robert Walker 30 by drifting, Ruby
Mrs. H. A. Lawrence Mae Pearson, Dewey Pearson and Lorene Slater eo by drilu
coma up with something new for this area, a three day of LAWRENCE'S CAFE reports
) Gulf Coast Fishing Contest to be held during the New Year } that Dr. Guy Landrum and Jim Moore of Lake City with Ing. Mrs. Johnson says the perch art.running op to 2 pounds
weekend. j"4I1h AI. Guide Johnny Osteen, boated 96 trout on the flats and In in size and should do exceptionally wen after the new moon

Tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday (January 1, and 3)), k Pliil1sltt Horseshoe Cove, and credits Bobble Peeler, Dee Hersey, and Orange Lake
the fishing and boating members of the Gainesville Exchange si hililnor Eilllnr Dormie Hurst of Waycross, Georgia, with 192 trout In two Speckled perch are large and plentiful, and fishermen are
Club may be found on the flats off Suwannee River, Qme ( days. Ed Butler and John Hey of ED'S BAIT HOUSE say traveling long distances to fish this well known lake. Boats
\ Shlred Island, and Horseshoe Beach, or In the creeks of this that the trout have been both large and numerous duringthe and information are readily available at numerous camps on
coastal area. They win be Seeking trout and redfisn In salt good weather periods Clark Butler of Gainesville brought the lake.

water and bass, catfish, and panfish in the fresh waters of 56 trout Into ED'S which weighed from 2 to 4 pounds. Hunting Season Approaches Its Close
the Suwannee River, and In the creeks and lakes of the area. Shlred Island
The contest begins at 6 a.m., Friday, January 1, and con. area abounds In Interesting attractions. Fannin Springs Itself George Peacock of SHIRED ISLAND FISH CAMP will t Hunting of deer, turkey and bear will close In most sec
tlnues through II p.m., Sunday, January 1 Contestants may is a beautiful clear spring with fine picnicking and tell you of some large trout In recent catches. Some Georgia tlons of Florida at one-half hour after sunset January J.
t fish one day or as many days as they would like. parking facilities. Nearby are other outstanding springs such folks have been bragging of some 5, 6, and even 7 pound Ducks, goose and coot hunting win close statewide at sunset
Station as Hart Springs, Manatee Springs and Otter Springs. DOGe ''A January 2. Hunting of woodchuck and snipe will close
j Headquarters and Weigh trout, but they are not unlike Texans In this respect Texan
during the week. LAND located at Fannin Springs, has scores of the world's statewide at sunset January 2. Hunting of quail, and squirrel
Fannin Springs will be the rallying point says that when he's talking of an 18 inch bass, he means 18
BOAT MOTEL and most unusual and valuable dogs. The Suwannee River, one of will continue until one-half hour after sunset Sunday, Feb
; I end. Headquarters will be the RIVER inches between the eyes! However, "Skinny" Osteen has been
reservations at reduced rates may be made through Mr. the nation's most beautiful rivers flows by Fannin Springsand given credit for bringing Into SHIRED ISLAND CAMP 14 ruary 28.
t Hutchinson, River Boat Motel, Oldtown Exchange. The official Is outstanding for fishing, cruising, skindlving ,canoeingand speckled trout which weighed 54 pounds and which 'w e r I The season for hunting deer, bear and turkey will rema:n
j weighing station will be CHRIS' RESTAURANT, Fan-, camping. caught on the last day of good weather last week. open In the Third District until January 17 except in Oka-
I f' nln Springs, under the supervision of genial Chris Anderson. Contestants Snwannee River loosa Walton, Escambla and Santa Rosa Counties where the
Mike deer and bear hunting season close January 3. No
motel are
Among those making early Guides and veteran fishermen look for good redflshlng in open
will and guests are not required to sign season on deer In Washington and Holmes Counties in
f Kreshka, Dr. Howard Weems, and Howard's son. They Although Exchangltes addition to trout. If it turns cold, the redflsh should be In the
be en hand Thursday night for a daylight start when the up In advance In order to participate a highly representative East Pass Tumblebug Island. Third District
contest begins New Year's morning. number have done so. Among them are Ralph Turlington T. near The turkey hunting season In the Fourth District will re-
Prizes J. Hawes, E. E. Dunnavant, Co!. John Burdge, "Tucky" MI- Lake Santa Fe main open until one-half hour after sunset January 28.
Prizes will be awarded In two divisions:' (1)) Exchangltesand zell, Mike Kreshka Dr. lloward Weems, Tom Herdon, Jack Mrs. Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP has telephoned The third and final phase of dove hunting closes at sunset
((2)) Guests. Guests may be flrends or members of Exchangita Williams Bob Black, Col Louis Tatom, Bill Robinson, Adryn the following speckled perch catches from their I Monday January 4.
families. The prizes Include ZEBCO reels and rods Keel, Frank Philpott. Col. Albert "Jack" Harvey, Louts camp at Earleton:' From'Gainesville Gene Taylor and The turkey gobbler hunting season will open south of Slate

a tackle box, a landing net, a minnow bucket, two reserved Goolsby and Fred ,Swia. Others who have "thrown their Bobby Cleveland 70, David Coxwell 33, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Road 50 March 13 and close March 28. The season north of
seat tickets to any University of Florida basketball game names In the pott", if they can make arrangement IncludeL. Harris 79 speckled perch. Bass catches Included 14 bass up to State Road 50 will open March 27 and close April 11. Hunting

.. (Ky., LSU; Ga, etc.), a box of 50 Dutch Master cigars, and C. Lee John Gerber C. C. Combs and Pierre Bejano. 9 pounds caught on shiners by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Danielof will be allowed from one-half hour before sunrise until 12:00
a canoe paddle. Prizes will be awarded at the regular Ex- Others are expected to Join In the weekend's fun after they Gainesville, and 9 bass up to e'A pounds landed on noon each day.According .

change Club meeting on Monday, January 4. Any prizes not have talked It over,with their families or fishing friends. Committee Bango-lures by Mike Albino of Jacksonville.Lake to A. D. Aldrich, Director, Game and Fresh
won In a division will become second prizes In the other members for this event are Adryn Keel, Frank Phil. Lochloosa Water Fish Commission, Florida hunters have had a good
division. pot, and Col.! "Jack" Harvey'The members of Gainesville Mrs. Carl Johnson of CARL'S CAMP telephones the following harvest Aldrich urges hunters to practice countesy, safely
An Area of Many Attractions Exchange Club are to be commended for taking this opportunity nice catches of speckled perch: From Sanderson. .J. P. and good sportsmanship during the final days of this 1964-6)
i For those Exchangltes who make It a family weekend, the to participate together In outdoor recreation at this hull.t Taylor and W. D. McCook 50 by drifting; from Raiford hunting season.

\\fj Deliberate Pace e'd. Y k..t.p ; SAYS COLT G.M.

otad; ..a'a't

May Be Vols'' '( 4rdrer wet Jr7e' + f f. 'We Stank Out the Joint'e

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I (t Cage WeaknessBy Nr m flork ZTtmm reluctance by the Colts to commit themselves too soon It removed

By ARTHUR DALEY most of the pressure from their rushers on our pass.
',' I CLEVELAND Don Kellett the general manager of the log attack."
: MIKE BARRON Tennessee's hopes for natIonal a( ill Yd i+"" s f Baltimore Colts, was not very elegant about it. But he certainly As a matter of fact, It almost made the Colts coy. In Gino
Associated Press Writer I ranking and a possible unbeaten "v was emphatic. Marchettl and Ordell Braase they had the blitzing terrorsof

t, Oregon State, which smashed season, may also have un- 1h 17 [ "We stank the leagui. They converged on Ryan once in the second
sure out the he said. "I still
Joint, can't
covered a weakness In the Volunteirs' ) quarter but barely laid hands on him again. Thus given time
:- believe that this Is the same team I've been watching all
team to
a he
operate picked their defenses with
apart U of 18
EvansvilleStill season even though I can't but that
help the Cleveland
slow, deliberate pace. defense say passes for 208 yards and three touchdowns, all to Gary Col.
I The slow tempo failed to bother was magnificent. lins.

LeadsBy the Beavers Wednesday nIght EXCHANGE CLUB FISHING PRIZES Don was still In a state of shock after the astonishingrout
and Oregon State handed the For Big New Year' Tournament of his Colts by the supercharged Cleveland Browns In The
1 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Volunteers their first ,loss In Sunday's championship play-off of the National Football Happiest Man

f Back home in Indiana and in eight games 4827. The Beav League In the lakefront icebox. But he wasn't the only one The happiest of the Brownies
\ other states, the purple-and-I era won the Far West Classic to be stunned and baffled by it. The well upholstered foot ski who had been traded perhaps, was Dick Modelcw-
by the Giants Into
Evansvllle Aces are Basketball Tournament for the an $8,000
whlte-clad + FahS4R ball gentry wrestled the enigma for hours on end at headquarters windfall. He was the solid
w causing some red faces among ninth straight year : u wee r tlu. afterwards."I land man in the middle of the Cleve.
'.II J major-college basketball oppo- Although the Beavers 'Jumped '>k 7PIM T defensive line along with the prize pupil he has nur-
t nents. off to a 12-2 lead, Tennessee Tables can't figure It out," said Wellington Mara of the Giants, tured along the road to greatness, Jim Kanlckl. Little Mo
They are also solidifying their stuck to Its tone defense .and Solunar : '"but whatever It was I liked It. The West beat the East was discovered telephoning Ms father and mother last
hold on first place In the weekly slow pace. All Oregon State had r\ In 10 of 14 inter-sectional games this season Thanks to the night He gave a cheery "So long, Mom, and rushed over
: Associated Press small-college to do thereafter was play keep- Browns, though, our division came up with the big one. This to greet this friend from his past.
away and watch for good open-I was a mighty boost for Eastern prestige." "Isn't this great?" said Mo. "I gotta admit I was broken
poll.Massachusetts Aces' JOHN AIDIH KNKHT up when I Till traded but my Pop kept telling me that
was the Ings.The > _. ol "Iu.. Porto*, .. "It wu bizarre," said Joe Kuharlch of the Eagles. "This I'd still be on a
latest victim last week, losing Vols also had their troubles "n ..... '0... "m11 Jana was so wlerd an outcome that it Is almost beyond belief. been a wonderful championship team. He was so right It's
"' 's lOlUNAft' TABLtl. '1.. experience Just being the
113-13 and giving Evansville a t- offensively against OrellonState' .. Kill you will bo flihltx' The top team on offense In the league faces the one with Jimmie Brown and same
each victory against acolleg. tight man-to-man defense territory' or hunting In Boon, the best part of It Is that I don't
I 0 record, with the weakest defense. Not
I.. m .. llmoi. "If you wall to only does the club with thesupposed ever have to worry about
major .. The others were and no Tennessee player' D toil apart. mol ooch day Hoi weak defense stop the Colts cold but shuts them was proudest of tackling him again. But what I
against Iowa, Northwestern, had more than seven points.1 out. How can you explain It?" deserve all the WM our secondary defenders. They
credit for
Notre Dame, George Washington Jim Jarvls bucketed 14 pointsfor ,., orlodi/ ir. ihowfl In bold- our winning"!
., The
and Louisiana State. the Beavers. I loit TIWM for bogln.n hour trot rho o anal Kill "Jimmie Brown helped," said Mara with a grin. "I was Brownie Brownie defense smothered< the Colt offense. And the

In the latest balloting by a In other games Involvl n II 1 i ,, IMrioltir In rwulor. TKo fyot"Minor.1 in Poi of- sitting with Bill McPeak of the Redskins when JimmIe bulled tlon of Cleveland'attackers, look It from there Perhaps the explana.
special regional panel of 14II. Southeastern Conference teams: wwrtor ",,"111II. his way for one nine-yard gain. That's a two-yard lIlmpea all smashing upset '01 Baltimore Is really
writers and broadcasters, Wednesday night, Vanderbll t 9-a '. ItoiMir,*: "01.. loss fir us,' said McPeak, meaning that Brown took 11 yards 1_ that _
Evansvllle collected 13 tint- won the Sugar Bowl Tourna A.M. '.M. more than the average back would have been able to get"A
The ment by beating Louisville 60- Minor Miior, MOW" 101..w ALL GUN CASES
and 137
points. ,
place votes : Ml II N 7 M 11,71 SHOTGUN SHELLS,
points were awarded on a bails 47, and Florida captured the 7 M II... I.MIH \1..., Mere 59 Yards"Do
I .
first vote 9 for Gator, Bowl Tournament by '%* : II. to 11,0' TENTS AND SLEEPING BAGS MARKED
of 10 for a place t:W f :11t 11:11:
second etc.Grambling. !popping Texas, 6249. Georgl t ''' II:N II ItiH I... U MIS M xle 1,11 you realize; said Kuharlch "that Baltimore made only DOWN FOR
i i remained In the favored to win the Gator Bowl, It,01 li.l 11:10 IN 21 yards rushing and 33 yards passing in the entire second CLEARANCE.
runner-up position with SOS wound In fourth place as the18u11dols half? It's Incredible. The Colts averaged 30 points a game
points while Winston Silent and lost to Wake Forest,: because they bad the continuity that any attack needs. But Feurer Bros. No. 417

Pan American held third and 83-71. Cleveland defenses confined them to only 45 plays while the SPINNING BOTH FOR
fourth places, respectively.The I Mississippi had to settle for P<< Tides Browns had 60." I REEL
fourth In the Gulf South end _
top ten with firstplacevotes place
In parentheses, and total Classic, losing to Centenary 97 I" "There's something about football," said Jlmmle Conzel- Uslon No. 1081SPINNING
points: :63., LSU was an also-ran in the 7 M Hiffi m N. I ,..... l*.. N 7:. man, one-time coach of the champion Chicago Cardinals, I
1. Evansville (13) 137 All College Tournament, losing AT r HIOl t, I* ItiM ..m. asa "that repays a return for effort It's like a salesman The RODPREINVENTORY 1199
.Iw .l h,4f sad fit WoO i 1r.i.l.,
.m calls he makes the his tree! N..Pe.l
more higher
I t, Grambllng 105 to Crelghton, 93-79. are returns I studied A $$17.1 V.I".. Gul4e.
3. Winston Salem 73 t Hit' iM ,M .m nx ):Mi the statistics after the 1944 season My Cardinals had
i of
in o m M* in p m
4. Pan American 60 I .N ISIS M I,M s m OM 1:31 averaged six yards a play, the Chicago Bears five yards. OPEN'TIL
., ,
ft. Fresno State 46 Allan Stanley: defenseman for _I ISIS 1..m.ol ond its':01 i m.,m..* But the Bears controlled the ball enough to get off 120 I 9 P.M.
.Low M t M .... .* t II (.HI. I more plays than we did over that season. So we concentrated 'StOATSOU1b00RSM4N
6. Wittenberg 43 the Toronto Maple Leafs of the ._ ,
.. Hunt II. M .m..nS I ...
7. High Point 34 National Hockey League, Is the Law III, am or* U. p.m.. I on more plays In 1947 and won the championship ourselves" I ...... -
I Sly ot HI om *
I r Akron 29 nephew of Barney Stanley, a ... .1 .Law If N14 ..... .n. N,* "What makes It all the more surprising" added Kuharlch.

I t. Phlla. Textile 24 member of the hockey haU of Ode "Is that Cleveland's defensive patterns were just about the 'SHOP.INC,
19. Youngstown 23 fame.Niok1aus same as they were during the un
I regular season That's what I. Vftl""i" ,It... 17'19'
v Sayti leaves me flabbergasted! All I know Is that my team, the N..e Deer M Gtlw Met// .
,JaC. Dn Eagles, gained more than 400 yards against the Browns In
) GOLF each of two games. We lost both because of violent errorson
our part but no one ever accused as of being in the
two S04NDte same class with the Colts as the scoring terrors of the Na- I
t. tonal Football League." I MOTORS SALEM

t f.II IUI c. Mto'lJH ea GOC.n'FOlIC_ The ar..Nnlw'.Y( While some of football's better minds were still groping I I 1961 ELGIN 71/2 HP . .

Wrt )' OrrI for explanations of Cleveland's staggering J7-a upset of the 1963 ELGIN I 14 HP S225
'. OUf highly favored .
ffAO. Colts one answer may have been Indicated i 1964 McCULLOCH
gi4N4 14
nine In a poet-game analysis of his strategy by Frank Ryan, the : . .. $299
f1lr:1il# iWO gQa olic the mathematical genius who quarterbacks the Browns. i BOATS
.c..vp WJ GI'.FO' WPNsred '
,, Y.Lr cw I"J.AA'II' AA rr:> '' establish the authority of I 1964 IS' MONARK
Io'I P#' had our running game. Once we BELLE . $895
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:0111: IMI a PM4Ptnon T U 1110 towlln/ 1N.SNilua I. Bolt II T 1 1 I D A Milt R A
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Joe On this date in 1773 Brig. 4 SERVICE ESIhe'e aide 40. Kind of
Sltky *"*% CMM CmPWCM y N TO. T 0 N Ii' I N t

'ub1 Gen. Richard Montgomery led A C ,. 0* An4TMntiT I W'LI. ARI lOr ono III A ae0. U.U ult17.Ts.tug Tropkal u'C-m I I D t S. MAD 1 0 I Ie
rift. a daring assault on Quebec SM lot W0 PR 6/111. :
44. i2 Sit. f M S Nt D
In.lJOn.!! from one side, and Benedict Arnold AUTOMOTIVIMAirplm LEARN TO DRIVE 11. Pdlbol .CaNccdt

on the other. Montgomery SIMPLIPIIOPAHAI.LIL PARKING 20. Rife or ...... :forwer. 0' YISTUD4T"1 PUZZLE
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was killed In the first blast from n T.AA.w tat Lie EASY stott WAY pf >DRIVING,.. SCHOOL intailt SIn pac. Lows 8. "IhOlOllabo

a defending blockhouse; Arnold It TrucM Worm 21. A"r'. "If 47.1I1adll 1. e.

are was severely wounded at snotl M Trtatn k Inn. Hint.* SPECIAL NOTICES aocI aoIkrtm. 2. Ft.Im 7 Spigot

late er barricade and the attack U traitor MM** WILL THI PIRSO" W... ca1Z7nIll. ; ; e rCr n. Dilly 49.ran Come 1. p55110111$ 6, Pal.aooaa
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On this date toz '" Itr ...NM Aile"" poll, OtMOt Mil COllKl74MMI. Judcu 12.lloa.,
: Wlldwood PI*. Anyont abb,. 52. Kind kina
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In 1862, President Abraham SOPIIII' Mu We.r..SwN p1.111 26. Bor. S1110bed far S. Cain'a C051UIII

net.lent. Lincoln signed an act admittingWest W1MilEDUCATIONAL) Mil Mint nurnkor. R....... 21. DtltI1 congas brother U.11. Artful

I. Virginia as a state
ORLEANS. > .2.000 !be..
In 1890 Ellis Island in New 1111' IftIInoctfM _NOW___ 1 I 1 f 7 1 22.SIepa
Wl WILL not DO nwomlkltlor ,
bee York harbor was opened as an' ItMwiC, BlKlrtJ tnyont Ill tof not liT 24.:Tbu, tut
H kovt CANCAN r I 97. Daw.oddoa
rre1 immigration depot. WontolmitnicttlREMPLOYMENT t worry ,
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'eho In 1943 Bermuda voted 10 in HortiorUTTS IT I' 11. r'
11 Ptmil Hi*) WonWdII MOBIL HOMES 2UJldDut

end its ban on the use of autos. MM Hoi* tttnrt*. tsn NW mn si, lit '

as'ka.: Ten years ago-A Liberia IC 1.11-4110 w P5041 I" : 141 30. rr..otI
I.by Si...... ClnU Ctf
tanker rammed a Suez Canal WANT U Ml'** HlR Won**. 540 1/ II 0: U If q 3r.

the bridge tleing up the waterway It Word Wtntt PtmDlO KIDDIE ROOT CHILD CART The stool
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pea for three days. MM ... NW Illl Avt. _ffMttfluporlonn // i:

there Five years ago-Atty. Gen. FARMS b LIVESTOCK CIICELLENT for Inent Kplld l.t r .,,\un, IJI I'" Sloe i.d being

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William Rogers submitted a report 61x.1.Cvr.I1.DlomwliltlIwooodRO0001. -
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to President Dwight D. Eicnhower W lot !low coMot (..... *mw4yokt I : IJ 3<). Wood
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IN Rat attarh. of Money to LOMMMtrtBOfM contt M tint f%:
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0. JUSTISIAitornoy tor InoculriiiIII EGGS H Oftlet .nylomonlnMinlcU ttMint, for in ....... KINflMOIIll PASS Dewy Itt _I''". ..11I CIllyd Vl1I'''.

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ISIS?) U:K Hi 1:7. 14 RIAL ESTATE FOR SALEM lwmmIMI.r4' wAtyl 11111011/ .1551111 0,111510 paoMN 1115' tuiii-1.: tnt kv
tnttl ..,1... Apply WU 1114E 1551,0 ntm will I... MAC HUA NtiMII. INC.
JUDOl"ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA F MoMli HoitiM Itr SO.. _'. _._on! II.... ... I CONNOLLYMoklM "ion, kt. loncod M Saul ,..*
FURNITURE M Lot. tor ..* in-tin kunun 1l1e_ Vo-MM tr it*. Male lulL
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tl mtoniion I* mo o tpplci :14 Uttwjot fir SMV WANTED COLORED Im.modloroly. orooO ..1<.... m4 lh.4 IllS .olnMVlllt tn U. I. 441 PK Mow' 4Jird<.... 4 IR. kulkintk '''.", 51i.0t 111415
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0 AllOt MARGARET' of 511. C.I.." of W. A. MAR II Owl M ,_ .....rtr -m-.iTAi WANTIOInloy _r ....5110111111. 14 ...A kl SNnrNA.>0l4bnm MI.PIN.0 .| II LOTS FOR SALELAIUE II.... I.... MII R11AM AND WOIK puT tH.N .
.ILI. O.C.0l.d. whe lea Illd119 p. oil luilnoM FF1ML1II mtdoni trilc ..,"11..... )7o- M.ENGLISH PAYMeNT
'ad 1111. AP 110.1 dloch.", end will 0101111I. RouMnllil Inctmt psunMIOAIOI ....."...... w_ 10.1 11\ 10.111 Nwop 5 NSw011y.-r.;' Ia/I
5" MAIISAI/. H. MCD5II4. C1. H pad ..e".... Mutt .noM kipor : SHEPHERDPuon11 A0. Sr..wPORDVcS Now imdor tonilrwtlor 1(11 NW now un* r Mnolruillin .7 S I

e /y JIIcIg' 1.r AI65.1 C1nty, PloYea. HOMESI 41 Ftrmi 4 Acrtoi .lone .In iHkt mocklnot, *M* for !..., WOKIk Sod ..... I AI10CUTSI INC. M li, I I*. I MINI .. rm.kuiirM tour. ...Mdroonv...... wlrNMI on* tut. hutMint.

Ik III! CJ>OmOort mt Court mfvIk ... 41 Colon* Proporty, SMI "."'. now_ 11 _......... 'R 10011. *>4 W. Umy.REALTOR IHH. .,....... Hor cirtartuy in woiKMtd IK..otkjnioii ..-,
S Oolnotvlllo. AlKhul County Ainly tr CMmMr tl ctmmortt /AUTIP1/L now w p110 color ,
CNrN1.o..IR Won M ttnton All .
RENTALS III I. 0110. II... PR l-tf'l. ton ...... CM. WAIlS MIIlI'N C11M05- tun .... IUMM Null tf llMvllk ; 015, 1..J .. I lr| tot. M N W. mk DONS city tn tmicoo.Mo N. W.

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I 511111 1.4 __ Mitin
(URI ilrlt .oy oKin, apply. Inporoon Cp. ,
ot .old Hint.Thl. ICE 44 Cotton fir Rtnt 5111 or NnleD11d L, Mirntor, ""
Ro,twont | MO 1Mt.IREAL jilt W. Unru p. '*'1tiii t 10111100;
Publteolloo to bt <*"""d In Jornr'o 3I| lilt I. Mil* Mm N N( trmt : ClOIIOUT
for touMIMCUllVt 41 Pwiiliki 1 ""'"/ IW IJItl {/. Hunt 1/...... : Now ....,., .
IIn..v11. tun tnct 5 willi ., kowmm 010 M N,*. Z AIbrlltAYI1: mnt M* lull MH
( WOOllO.R 41 Urturnloh4 Aft*. -IXPIRIINCIOLEGAL ESTATE FOR SALE ...,..... kMow MiocoM, It *iryIlly : "i U, ...... kulldori modH. OoMrll Sloilrl

O. JUITISSAHornoy 47 HWI44 Or RMl PUN, SECRETARY 555s willi MIN 110501 150119. 5511.0 4 tvtn. MitrKrrtcomiy kulH M tvon in* '..... M ton.Irol .
for AdmlnlllrllrlII PR ..m, wIN. AIM' Itrft Ittt oyot.tfco po In f. do MTHtiiy I, .kMIMf MoplMU k> HP 5
J 41 rltMM fir ..nl Unrur -t.Mn a0.11101 HNM,
) Muik Man ItrMtColnowlllo JEWELRYK M Wllt ROM "Ml I MM. dinonin. Fully 1110040/1 toltor
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7 ( ) lltM. ill 1:7, l. N Mobil, HomtII with ywr O M vtttrittygowrllor Mme mnn.. "Win" Kiott ..0 tr kimiiwt M 1151115. 0,, 5015 awe PH...
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP FLORIDA MI... RlnIMII R.tiy .1'! "< rMunt M P. IN I *R OULPIrIRAMP00 i.v MMa. 11551M. Huok lilworoM. In Of
ALACHUA COUNTY A WonM ,. ton 0 tat m Aolnonlllo. ALMOIT ANYTHING NW 1451 All Low l PIN M Nor-. Wonto rumIIM 1/4 r>rj.
CHANCERY KITTENSL 14 WtNrlraM Prptty till VI-U4I tr a11- _
1 CICIL J. KAMLICH/ md wlto M OWct Dotll IptctM 12 M.1I H.I, WtiiU4 KMULT r.ir' I. /Ill r ITORY tOLONIAL Homo bT;

ROSA LI I KAHLICH kll wellPNlnllly SUIIMU Rtmtto Mm HHIOI IM kiiorior to it**. WINIFRED k CRAWFORCT low laulrV wiumt nwl ., Nl, 4 '*. rntnorn ...._. HI.OH ..
t MECHANIC' WANTED. I"Wkonuol dolt Sold. II4M 1014 PR AIM .*.. .. M IIIO MW, I I.*. | .."'.. i MM.ro'o IMO Awe, fill PR OOI'I
1.w M 110/1. 14 lonorMtrrotoir. '. lA TPRoVfRT'iinACRIA4I wnin, H OMI rtvo ky 4>l Nlhk it,
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1 NOTICE OP SUIT IAPrwS'wnN LOCAL ITORI ot;notlonol Co.; "tTZoW? """ IUII toO orIII -- ot po>M nroM wnin 0151 E I kMki iiic .., .111511
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THS STATE 0' FLORIDA .. SAE. 4 TV *trv TOl f. .MOSRIISONNWNe1I5fA0 CAr6p1. :] U AMilinct 4 "tor1Ilfwt mt* "". ....!IvII., Tiki Ivor Mymonh LIP I IR. CCI MmtoWhr ii / Ins 071 A/1.
j ,. I tclloK trM 'r.- protonran. M Ml II m*,, ut *om, twnliko*,. lortt Hropioct A. t..1'T,; iii it;;
norm It wikntwiw M MIRRORS lontmit ..o4 ..,_ Hi* Coll Hi OP", r. I. ... p m. MM it MI'! 4 ....* woior nokwf Ar 111' kv lormo twnor, M ouo tw o. FURNITURE
Now VIA City Now YtrtiMAltsrR8v WANT AD RATES Inwrtnct. howitoniowm' ton- Itaktrmin'l two..,.w Wym rTowool. M IN 5 It NW Iaw. W
... wIll.YARDD. urea Van tint **>4 ytctlltib WH ttIroifito IiiTMr.1I itC-wrr-: Pkoi PI Hill IkM in .103.15, |f ion UPHOLSTERY
I. WAIII ; tM n>ov bt r.NeN.d. .110150,1 00101. 61511/010' o.a. Pi.. YOU CAN SAVE |l Mil C
ChI.111II P050 II HlJlOwr A.1.LANOR PH. 371-1411 WIIDM' NorlK-lMttnl "I r NA ...,... 4M. ion*. ITd MN1AK Yoor round c..1I. I torn IMIKO. Control/
..... C..I COIl" *'"*,. toll IHM.NOKIHWcil. 1---- w HUM* lorport Sal
W. "AltO. ,. O. I. COd' N NOTIONS forCUtslfied DllHWAIHU'wANTIO, t+*>4 .... 'Of 0,0 N _.... Mtl ....... "*. ";., Con l> *ii*. I71-SI42

OROli Con,' )101. 1ft' w,,. MRI6IORSI or,. Apt4y In won to AfMttof- TRAILER SALES M 119 510111.1 5101 P119 ForVTi1 n" ow R1."i"'R; OAlNIIVIllIUPHOLSTIIV
POSTM ....... WIW' rlok Awl W. Over tn lor*.
HxtMronl 14 II.5 It.oomn4 N.1N. .
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Chrl.non wmo It pkn55. N. P lose' Curl Pilckor' --" iMIMIHI to 5Ma inur lomiiy kopty MAM55lal. MM .wllk IM Unm putnt P* Ills NW, IM K
CLARK .... wi'. MilS. N, F. COLOR) .500 1SwF 5..0M --;ri.EiSC1010.. Coll AlMkolPwry ...-.11. Phi /.R.1AI-PHI M UN)
CLARK.' WASH trul CIWAIIM 110m' o w.-, ..,. Mull N M''. vory ... Ary T. mum AO." fI" III1i .....,.
It unknown A. A. CIIMUON .IndId.a11 OBOES A50y N 51101 515 1 P It ..M. ball 5010511 HIM tor DM. ","IP.r" II I VIC I I I0T05 P t
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tr IOVIMH. It'd01St tl HARRY I-,.]. JnKMUd. PANTS 10s. .... 0110"oII lq 51/. 12' WIDES WfIERE
N II1"* *"* If a.4. MTaT..n. .I.t Aw l
known earl For Mt Ie In Mo H Motr 2 BR under rSIJ
lAIr ,..... lv4 kp*"*" 1M.wS.NStt. parmal. Sal Ill' iii 0._ $4,000use
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tnTony lAd Ml, ""." FIRM- M onfinoorwf oAlMnotOMOfy. PLAN
ttrtlM clolmln flIt 110' w FAMILY RATES AM4y ki Dowit L ww 15ew1a'' 51.1 p50510

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Itndi M Aiocriuo Cttinly, PAlochut .. A.... P,5a01015.r0,5t.. OP CflltRACT WIIL *. ISIS AA/D NAVE
llnoorllont SM Ik* 4fr Rntnolnf' ) 4>..... ?
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LAN TIN III. FMNF't 511 Ptir Aa11110'If 11 Iloc'II C.," II UwrtMM ... Ml Hut K. C.I_.A"W.Cor Don.( _". Mow DAD AND RAO LARSEN .L FU

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C_...Ploridt.' do"ZmZ S STOVES -...,... 1.d 015. .... EDUCATIONAL Os pl.o.i.ris115pl150. *f
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hPtorkJi.of HOfII. M pr plot ki FIN S00.IA. Salts w .... ...Nay trfI mm HicJ' oMlSBL1"It TM. An PALM LANES

," d M NW ....... tatAS ". lMint k>.. know AtrlrMIfMM SPECIAL --n.: ON WALDO lOAD
Alockut County ,...- mm portHoVhtMcrikpJ ... 12 point P. O MO MHI ".. .-

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". Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra caiK Person to person ads are for non commercial Lars selling merchandise priced

. 't ;' 1 0 BAYS 4 ONES $3 at bring$100 qukksr o. less action.with the sailing price stated In the ad. No additional' eats for ade that require the full 10 do,. No refund for ads that

;; \ DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous Ad. Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

! \ RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE IS H.UM rot Sl.borililp. -IS HOUIOI -For Sol. ti Hewn for S.I. IS Hau... for Sol IS Houwi For Sel.Hor. 19 Out .f T... ,..,."., 42 Faros ft Acr.|.. I 4} eo....* rop.rty

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loll Mal. IwlrnmlnS Pool mr.... lany AmarKan datign, I bad HOC .... ft. II yr. *ld Sl1n67NA .Uvaly, low ".It Horn In Mator bait near GH" aA buying '
lahal, old but llvabl ..... "Zd
$ {. pan41..d lit witS, $0141.75.5ull Frlc 13,900. FhftM Mtt OnBall. hire tome N M Ih* right" ...
full bathi. 01 bulH- tlnancad cant haat t aircand. pr
11)01 montl two OJ'L. *
IS HvMt tar Sl.AM MO down roomfc camav an In 5501511500 _. haute ....... Only II "'- tramGitoewllll. 17U1..
Contra! .haattin L.. M not In iwodlvlilon. .... .
ly. Call attar I PM K H to ovan and rang aomar 'HUlIM .5541.6 loll lorHI. .. UN with
....,. and per acr*
1 I. NyN pion"
tif Nl tons Tiaaa .. .. 101
down VA. not par month P4 Will -' Drlw HOMII' POP 11 I
s5. C .p';:''''KO t.m;. :;.. CCI -. S lit. I ....... Nrss Mot down FMA t.. par _".. call Jltmt.FIKIPLACI .round any" tlm*. aTMOM ar J7> fORD1wa ASSOCIATIS INC. 40 'uol..... Propartia I51.. Call Laulter Realty' 715. II 'Md,....... M 14th k

.7. or u.151105 PI' .-. 71/56.11117 Mntrs 71110.' ..builtt-In-oV..,. 1510 5Sl11 rt and Mow. Nl tot ira-TOT.15th It Hugh and .f lh dwardbInc. Ava.THP.fl NOME .|a* awbaautlfut FOR. .11A IALI IV OWNIR.! A baaulitul > ni W. U.... 37..11N CTRGS commercial .lot tor HUar FOR IALI -........" 'I".TnluCvatad SIR monthly Aw. *imtll.......*down till pavmant 1.14
Irlck Ito_ an Main NI ar I*
II. J1..m N 174-4105 rlraplac* homaihi 11 1 bSd,00 n 115011 ss J acols5
TO OCALA AIM Komi built
YOU WOVINO __ r.mlocatad | ahxy !brick 110m. on 10.' ... 1ft your MM
MiMiy callant Northmrt to tuHtanant .
Araa. Will erect
Mlghborhoodl. building I. Nocad Ind
Nice horn* pN. rOa1.e7u11!.. N.It.'I PDA4' IV OWNIK I IIIImiH on laig cornar M.collant 1. Quality bum, by T. acr* tract locatad en MllllwpparRd Shown by appointment .7111. This plsn/11 proMrM Np..Nro w/fls M dawn .........' PA
I biirii, :: nalgniiortiood, con oni nfIY I W mil* North *f lath Av*. M ..,a
.c. ..PPI fit. m. carport vtllltymu D. Zatrouir, cvitom I Mar. sly time tow tarmi. has 1w $17511 bans. 111.tsIII. _
nt w d a 70* 'j I IR. M balhl contral haal.MUM
mo >ry
I lout land to MoanMlaSprlna 774-354. Call TOM W. GRADY, FR MJ1Ior an Pe* Spring Rd.
londwpod M. Will : Photo High MOVI IN
I. Man la appraclaia.
on C/rtp157.
tar trod lor ilmlltr horn 15o.IAWVll. 'rM. OISOO. Call ll4n. i57lor PR. a-ll7 MERRY contact David L. Nundar. SrIJJf "'I"" Nm CCI I __ on* bat*.
Frlc ronio from McKINNEY S, Main, Homo J* Nl H It T. 5151. eitit w* mud ten. I .homo. low oount ....-. LoutRENTALS -
I0f COUNTRY RETREAT ohaad In Ihli, I -I ranch.., \ .
Mcldnnoy EASY TO BUY OWNER I IK carport Hmaa art conilallng of *Wacraa adN.I.Torr.
inoog R..Ic "000 nil X 100-, ahady lot RMr tancadNaar GREEN M Krai far aumptuou Floridallvln lath C and Brick ........ Llka GOOD BUY and the thar M M0.oy ..,,-
'I O.Mn on. I7H4I7.IUV ",1. charming I I*, I bath" .Ham achooli 4 ihooping' Milt *. Unique irchltact dailgn.ad N.. and. .tocatad to Liniawoodria. Parts of mil' pvooarty lit plant.ad dory 3/6711..
DIHICT .1t01il. IUllD.1t' to ttw FUHoy. *n* CM ba ....... itionthly" Imiil ooulty. lilt N.W DEATON I cantamporary .ham*, Call J7* 130'' T5O' 10054 P-P .a. t* paitur graaa, emer partiuwd 1.41110' 170-t0M
MM cem51N bn. P.,.M aMomoi for wry 11,000. down ..... not f 5th II 21Hlt7.WltTWOOD SIM. 4.1144 SPp5I1unny for 11101momh0 ta plant com and tobacco .
M mooH Ih* 11.57 111. .. I. NI'''''' KIALTOKI Stows 100.5 --- Pom In Columble County.H .
Lwsly'y'y y.4ITM arto Oil I IR I XMAS
.. llMncInoill 'UY III QUALITY mont for builnaw properly m
Siam.N.with W o JW.wllont'AV.DU Hughjawtrdt. year 5516001.. C.II sow Ie 505. bath Colonial Contra A-C. traat CORNER LOT For the lirg. lamlly N. W. IJnd to tntlv to Itilt I.". and nactaui Unr'* A... II In_..... call 1711 ranch Alto aood htuu, Id
at 1211 NW Jilt Dr. 1101 par Ilranarea 4 badraom I bathflraplaci ....... *. .. _Norwood Mooo, rtUCI. hmcad, I ipringi.
Inc., tlH>n ..... .few down poymant. 112->>11or Throa .badroom I ball horn toottrKllv with IB b h neer High
1 .. DID YOU KNOW? _. oouthwnf araa. Thliapacloui laparat dlnlnf room, LR CH and family room with, ALSO 41-1
CHARM ..,.1I1y and tomlly IIvbe1om.d..I9f.dMI raildonc with nwr Call ui today. I7MWXLUXURIOUI flraplac* 42 farms 6 AeNII.JOO fa "er* ,oneil'II' ml. an rt_.
Ktoit cvo. Thit yw can awn mil attractlv I M Cart r. than WOt Muar fait if rl.*. All lanced. partly plinted t*
5.115 I I bam nam*
horn toMlmbirly 'R. .I balk" Cl ham to ant.N fatal .MA mortgagad. 1101 tpaco, Inc..... I .. ...I. d I n- WALL TO TO ALLA OCn .lth .pal'Url ar. 1I..bl.horn. 1 o7I01 will 311 acre Nbacos II- NOW RENTING
Cltitd. 151, I 5.ma1 tecallon for only 13M down Sod 590 trig room and family room withn1. Wall carpatlno, cultom draoat, dou COLORED wtra madam I IR du.H. .
down po".1 ps Good t.rm0 / PRANK
: ftmlly I room end. IM par month, Cornor lot _tho 1:14 HI :3005 Av6 IF / .. Canlrally hoatad and hi* Sarah aaparata dlnlnej room, pr/lad raio.abb. D. HOW""D. 1..lfar ( .1 apartmantt. larga llvlna. sod
Iwitlng A air _1I1on1... 51141. Foncad back yard lotlor call call PR. 1.317" air 1 condlll_. Thll .tram H *>. Flnlay khool JIM .... hat 1031 HAPPY HOLIDAY 7. O. I.. 701. P11 454-1316 dlnlnf ..-.., modern known otth
tilul Intortor. lo much n5n "'on /1sw N 551. ciuilvoly Ilitod with McKUniyOraon NW. I4lh Avarw. Call VHn High ....._ "I. tan iorg ttoraga ckMoHv tar**.
for (I*.5IK.hw. 11 Acrw wait pavirf road tatot.M
you would o poct Inc. CHI', 172-3417. to -.11IIo opoc ha*
::16'". T./ .N NW. inn UNIVERSITYREALTY GLADYS SMITH. REALTOR MARY MARY MOELLER Realtor 6011 Kola -.111. rsorln landsld51y N Ned 5111150N 50111'. helll
Avw. Ihown by nxnlntmtnt Over PARRISHPRESENTS J. J. FINLEY I2IW. Unluinlly; Avanua lOll W. Unlv. FR 471 ownors must ...,IIlco. 1mIbs If tloi Mr wmikio machinal' and
72._. Lloyd My from Uol.8ood III II
tttr-lnlldcy nod ttrorti lot ol N I. Mth
'Iell.; Bidr. lutt an Idiol horn for a larg MOELLER l' acre at Icily wooded land "nn 50114111. .....1Ilk... W. or nn lor tppolntmtnl trt
I who naadl lotl of room FRED .
family naar Medic' School I a hoe.pt.1 01311-
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NO' QUAIIFYINOlttw4hn 4 III. t ball, Fla. rm., Ctntralliait. Oood Inveitmint and .. or yt-tttt
MW 155, I both 'horn 1111 N. M.lo". Fh man\ Idtally Ixatad within I ARNOLD 5000 down.PODYCI Gladys Smith. R..ltor I
CI... to klttltwood Ich.... T. w. M Munro laallerAIHI block of fi ASSOCIATE,
r.... tloort lit willl/ I. McLaugMIn' Frank Nea' Un..11y. L.valy' Wick horn loautltul aliadad tot. REALTOR REALTOR INC. 161 007.1 at high land
y b..utlwl l drtpw drw11y dltdion Roby ,,: McCann, T. rC. Doug- 55050 ":J-r dlnlnl: Title: properly II to oncal I antcondition 1011 W. Unlv. "". FR 44471 lId W. Unl. in-rcu 1ft 1.10 I. m1151 Irom only town.110 DECORATED 4 rm. tot-
luntnl httt ond olr, conditioning.Fly lot J,._ room I bathi and.l.5 / Frlcad soda 117,000 Mmhtr Multlpi Lilting W. .rge tag. kt Wilde. COUPS protorrod.Raamubla .
uoo *nd *oiurn* IUI. prfnt. .' Florid ,.." A Study" which Can b* FHA Hnancad with low MIRRV I. W. Moaliar Foitir. K_, 610 IC.... 15010 SOD Kris 451.5. 5101: 513 call Ndsy. rant Contort Mr*.
Incl. 1... in< towronc*. li eomplataly ......... Locatid antargi down ...""ont-LII UI 511005 you Will bt flw family thai grti thli I Charll May Huron Grant ...tu,. I 5115W 55.51 a 5541111 Gladys Smith .1 Jim Orongtr, Waldo, ....In..
Ih4" ......., Roiltor, 11 W. JWK "Moll wosdid Iof, wNkIM dli thli line prop.t17 bator yav Broom I bath .....Iy. will lollS I In AI.ctloa e. Realtor
.. 374-1771. 45,5.5 Ie UnlYlrllty at .1.ld. buy. Call PR >:MI7. dlHiwaihar and dl._,. dilldnn .PORDYC 5 AUOCIATII, 'NC. 1221 W. Unlwrslty Av15s
a good School Marty, fa.thar I 92. W. Un" 374-1235: I ft 4 ........ Modali I*
\L NEW 372-8404 /ecall.n$ no"hu" Ioc.'.... Ills NEWS FLASH low .,Ic. of 114,5(0 with LAs'SiTER.REALTY ENJOY THESE SHADOWLAWN

}'* Itorv" Colonl! 4 I*. I "Vlrg CHRISTMAS will b* marry If you 6.4,11.5. 4151plrq: ..:-:...home Y... trill It MWI W* hav. I Miy d... FHA tarmi. Dial J-J3M to- ADVERTISE IN THE FEATURES ESTATES
( living and '.mll. room. daclda ta buy I railoonc. with M mint sod Imoladbts _.....". dupln thar can ba 50005N' F. D. OLIVER
klOSWAV CONSTRUCTION co. fine "atumr MndsomsIlvbq I lam than Hi markat vitua FullyfurnlMwd CHItISTMAIlpan' SERVICE DIRECTORY CSMrN liNt .
Marry _
m-ttu rK nouM NW Mciion, 051slwding kltcMn I room, t bath family room chll H7500 par horn can ba your* act lassos b I. !tllctlolt
jm, ccg in NO OUALIFYINO s
I Mud ba told by Jan. 1.1 WIN :11r" 0 P01.4 yarda Will' plamwd. !Hying.
pur Intmtoi 7L 100 IW yard wall t* wall many dram playroom. lI..pI_ In living ca.told.f, r..o.taa 0116111 II promptly. Wall to ,, owlty V alum axlitlng mart- New Brick Hornet C trmOuallty
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..... tmr nig1MPraslo., addrMl baautlfullv 115dacapady.,1. ctntral air, larga light kltchan, PI5K1N e malarial o wortoman
I ...,rounded with llouiirum I room would pay you 10 1....." .... gaga piyabl *t appx. IIOS par 1 I .It. bs1S I
polo. was SIlOS radund now MtlJu. to Hack Acraaicupancy 01 family room pitlo. Soy bator* monm. 11041111 I 5R I "h wllscantr51 IISt.ph.R I eel Nsmy *
p" 13517:
UOO aqi/lfy' and ,(... upI wllhM taw diywll.KlWatanT.il Don'I..1I Call January IM and oo".II. NoOw.tasd1.smp1151. ...... Lsrgs lit b .mll" Iocll" Mar OChOG. Mull sal e A "",","u.1ty'd' b*
.pavnantt. Call :37H30 tn.MOt Hack Ac... Tradlllonil I badroom. 5k Ira NOm N.rthwnIIOCIIlol'l.CUIltIiDI Foster Im"lld'olal' 1.17, "'_'11I0 proud ta live toDrlvo
I.. I SANTA your Nml I bath homo with living. room ASSOCIA good /soma ...", ...,. May" be Mint m N W. 3 thAvo.
I :,. 1511. by/101111: wry M Parat* dining room family J. Frad Guy Jiyn' luHarwarttlot ... Modem I IK I I 1 4 .... H.ightiDull!.In kltcfvn 1051. 55 4 Drtoe Pad IM Olm living fcvtaraaetion.
I'J' EORDYCEREATURES maionry horn In the vry popu.IMn 75001 w1111 11157IK6lowly ; J, W. Davli H. J. WlltnilriThomM TO bath with lunkan llvlngroom aquipmmt" can. r..t, VA Par appof""eoI clll lot tlgn on Wt.FN .
ISO fI .., Complotarf"lanla" SOS bu1N N IlitdSn. MlralMal. w. RadtordMulllela IM thli hout cill t-lin. N W. 11...,.... Levaly vlaw from Llv nodown 715.4515 tow
squ5n.d' tor Ie/51 5117. II Lilting locatlan, clow t* mopping I I inti...... Ill'000 with good I....... paymant, FHA from 500OOW5M / I
1161005 'h' Nrma .111 1115111 church and oclwol but Thro doling coil* ..... .. -
Y I happy, too at only Ni* Lilting Almost' haw t ........., kwily badroomi, I balht can. II TWO IIDftOOM CCI to N_ --1R1Y1R1[..1E1R0 1EKKIIKtERRK1E1 V OE1EKItIC1'RKKKINEK111/
oniy ll.liooi call n < I "bath cantraliy hHtad and aircondlilonid floorv Hug family Ira air, pivad .1..... Only 120. I wait Quillly comtructlon. Oak Capitol lulld.n. In*.
11110 00 par month! homo an ,larga lot > ..... 000 with PHA 1' C15v151151 a I NW inn pioc i ut itroH
*> IIAUTIFUkOmr / room with flrtplKl. Larg parquet ttoori nlco 101. It 400
SPARKLING M Chrlitmaa' traa, too lot In Wlmbarly I".,.., T....... opts NOUII DAIly
lot far trill I Dr I bathllrj 1400 touar tMt 1 badroom, 115 with' chok of 511.1.111MOVINOI / Move in
""mil' rorie' '.. ......... tit,. .bnw.cu1 10 1115 badrnm lull to kltchan unlti.naxnonilva Ixthi Ml! N.'. Tin .1...... mJS27 I Call I7MMI or v/rN I by Jan. 1stBe
cloiata'and utility itor twa bath .homo In Florida' Firlito ALL How II the IInt 10 IIM
to ,..., CHI lUll who you hove baan kx* Tw badroom fiom to of w ..1.... to our frltndi till 7051 50591117 with u. fa, .11.
condition, tonad .... ,. Wail. .......'
11 7't.Ter. ,Ing far. LSrySlw Mk tnaiMd good t Oraatlngi. W* haw .proipactt for homn to
d ta thi oaaullM Httlngi anan Nr .Some ....,- THE JAMES all prlci !bradcati Ills, dupl, .XM, I Ir. eligible for Homestead Exemption.
: t. LOW M *cr* lot. Thll .lovalyhomai ARNOLD ._ It ...._. '
HO.ooo 01 Unlvartlty, Acne Nw ....Iolde r*> COMPANYSWIMMING SEE 10EXCITING
54111117 laymanri wllh Hill I brhamo NOW ONLY "'.toD.oo. lldt Nlllth trlctad wbdlvlilon, of acr* loll.comara RfALTV COMPANY
In.N. W. lull > In avmranoa Tarraci II.. badroom, two 7511 .,...... Inolde 101' tJt5O, Multlpia Lilting Mambnut 378-1521 Limited Number of
o -lIoxible A-C .71grrod down itorga bath family room, cantrallyliihop 14256. Outilda city IlmllyMu. I w. univ' An.. man
-wllft pay 11.1111 bouts nH' Mile" and NO CITY TAXIS. Aiuclatn Jan Cildwill
q.rrf Call Fardyc* ttt-MM. 10....,.. Fool ntambar.nip Jim inappard lob !KalkmanF. Wyrtli lanltar, Raaltor COMPLETE HOMES
OUALI'VINO avilliixa, to.. OWner soy bslon January-01. fir INm. POOL W, Hodga Jimmy Araan.Wiltar Wm, I (Bill) Hirrlfc Ainclat*
.. I
la| LI 4.DR. Fam rm, I moved .nd wants Ie HII Is. .f..d '. .pIlOll Itoddird.._. ..._ ___.__ldI_ _ultli,.Aiaoclala...- 1965MODELS I
logs ....., i lam, aatla and Die ton th* lit. SPACIOUS baHroam Ills bath ma.
M.I J.W.KIRKPATRICK Mry horn with la'XV IWIM. w $10 Down
IH1IMFORDYCE nctlon lull wtild. the city II"" IN
: Its this It M ixtiptlonil buyatttlM VA

} .11 Gr.clordyCI"ASSOCIATIr. ItHIIar IHC. N. RoiltorIt FR, I.. not live in I Includes l '
t. llAL .ITIITI CONIUl ANT! MallsOCP1 OVtLY 1 badroom IVk IN"'.. iplltlavol 5 Why VILLAGEGREEN SAVE MONEY BY
Dill slobs Francta Hough Ploys, Mathlaun. Iran tunnallllBt. AIIOCIATf' INC.H. I mnonnr ham locaM toIH Cloting Costs
J I.asIL.00014110 Harvay lanton A W Raw*, SIN, Rat. wayna" Hill H.,... Orahamarolvn NW iictlon lint Mo th* being eligible for Homestead
I 0 .C.. Gay Dudlay Oouldm .tvli KlrHland Ian Griffin f poolay Mary parriihINI city llmlta./ ONLY HUM with .. lit I Exemption
124 W. Unlv _171-1134 5,5 Itowe Pint ... Tat I7M37I 1700 DOWN. ,
I Gainesville's wooded
NIAT I bedroom "houia on torts i Low FHA Down Payments
wall landKipd lit "Kitt ivt mllai
from Ollnaivlll'*. OWNER WILL Extension
Free Lifetime

\1' \I' FINANCE.John Merrill 5 wonderland? 5 I Fabulous Carol Estates MembershipIn Swim Club

Featuring General
% This Week'sTV Realtor I- lit Electric Kitchen. Monthly payments from $82 ,Includes, all.

MULYIPLI lllTINO Large 100 x 100 ft. Lots
Homes priced from Phone 37'.797I
INASNIOCIATlMARCILLA Brick burning oak log
gas $15,300 18275.
I f N. SUCKHANNANVIRNON 7AR01W. Fireplace Payments from $100
t l


I 4 All City Services en fireplaces HE 15th Street & 28th Are.COMPARE.
Walk to Schools vm:
i Ill top family rooms, 2 ...Jt..Jo.. #....#_#...JtJtJt..Jt #...#....#_ #..#......
Walk to 300 Club full baths with Indi.

% Special Now Open Family Rooms rect lighting central

Northwest tJ White Terroixo Floors 5'5111! ducted heat floors.Italian !

t := VA FHA Conventional ;:;



c..,.", hilt ,timt ftiMuMfiilly WESTWOOD FURNISHED MODEL

SETS ITrlctH The Mlowtnf ar* .raaoy" far 527 I. Univ. Av*.
'l .. tJ ESTATES ;! ctvpancy.CT2 ... .Mme M
WeHa4 IH Drive north on Main St. .aro...* nNn" 4 ID, 4ami

5011 or NW. Uth Sr. to 39th S.W. Uth W. up living room femlryplately
Avenue H
All City ....**1.Ml Drive Wilt on University or rslO1. p14151. sown.
t I"0 N.W. 16th Ave. Turn on N.W. 43rd A... Turn right leastto (Cannrry Cluk Iititn) .1 105150, acol n ddInp5,dI, 51.
N. sasaam.s$ NE. 15th St. turn right 4 II. 311 kathi ..... 'la.rm. ., 11chIn, .0 5541 sown 5115t.
Rood. Turn et N.W. 13th Place. ItoutM watch for YOUNG anal additional. antar.talnmant air conditioned all

N5r1lIw.d 151514 M 51.00 AMERICA HOMIS sign on ...., many am.ury built.M enpllanceewonderfulbuilnan

d limy M...... M Nw Ills Butler Brothers Bldrs. ,l.ft. MODELS AT N. tMth .....(.aarurw... 57001 Vary...". tmluilv an* lift .5055.Nhesity_ ...tor.. Nvaslmllt"Ice I'OIIIIIn8 tor
lids *l H W. 31* lt.wf. 30th
-4 St. and Av.. par month (will aiKun property Lotpraxlmetity .>
N.W. 1511AvM.a lit
m MMM Mum at thir
Phone 3727070. 1 nnaiKlal irrano. nr 110..5101
W Day 372.9545 "' .........) eonvenatton neceiierv, flnt.

SALES orncii I CIR I

WALTER STUBBSInc. = N.W Uth Av.. I9tk T..c. Open Doily 10.6 415 ,0.t41 NorwoodHope


Phone 376.5394 I YOUNGAMERICA

i \ "' 6a>,ln..*llt'l sswsi..1 ..4ll .0011501 t4- "H" I'1C.
"We trade kouiuKattf *. ri.M .rtmint kuildlnf II 10, vVe Trade Homes

M.mbr .1 H11a. eai or Property
A51edIaNel ef Wis. rlUl ALL OU* HOWII All
4LINES i PS .0251 1' PS105 You WILL JUST1MCALL


1)"tl/-,111 C,.

10 W.I"J '. mtT

DAYS jr special good en Bedroom t ft both 921' GREAT YEAR-END

NE 5lh Plac. New

Ranch Sty), with W. SAVINGS NOW

$2.00 item end ti open Hnplac and Irnid.ofrafw bar i FROM
bcu S make on

''to year.. wont to move It tMt r KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON

now commercial edverthert -
Opn for vising ) BRand ONLY $10 DOWN VA

2 bath. Brand new

wllh, upfb toMtructlonthroughout.

only. loch week Ave. 3J I I' NW Ith A ONCE-A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY! -

0s Ac_ .o.rlsdib'e l.... .UXURY FEATURES INCLU6Sviawnnif
I e new vent ed ipeclel IkrmSll 155.115 .... '1....
AIK501 .bsl 550 46 S row a *a rattaaj IA .. Good Only Thru December 3 lit !
: prkM at My M>*> Call aa. C n* .0 PluM CrMiul. a Cmtnl HMCa

__ ; : e >*j| Aw C**>d. a UanSrwM. F.NIisi..
sill be offered watch far
e L.sboe a 6.rble. Drw5 Ckn
c i lla atan

'iI It. Went A J Special I II ..lafrW tnktr I

i 3764456FOR Kirkpetrkk > rieraon Ke' several MW lenses In Highland C.

ASSOCIATESI I PRIVATE APPOINTMENT M..... reedy for .immediete ecc-pcMy.

1 7 I Phone 37$.1411.1i Ray till/ Cede< Saw I 124 .... 3wi...

I....... ........., SALES OFFICI OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
r r .r low Pb..e IU.UII I

Butler Bros. TERRACE
k Nv IIS NW lit* St. I Ii i IUILDERS Ij j I Phone S7Z-347I

11 :' 7005-7105-MfJfAml? A11/15l.77avQ1[ AI50770 Lrlp'1.v 7REr JTj7ltfiCL- Yt4/! LiT T/4 IMTIMATI OFtU W NAVe fvtSV CM42 / KANT NTXt MOMENT MlttNMEM vEAr AY* rICUMAN IAaF nyCA'O IJ/A5PA3'tAJo "' AT
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Aptt.OM rwojoox Mr Don 64 H-w4 ewd, It Miroiul Morchondn.Mm .

J",5Om. '.orlm"" un'urn U".I I 71 TRUCKS FOR SALI 14 AUTOMOIILI DIPAIRScond. IC-'. ,,, 8 Spar COT
i- .ie5;;
FUR""H." a > fOIt ll ... Sltlner
iI I 44c. .... *w IdwBTfcti i W11111111d11" fur.II... IC1w.. ,PR r ... $61 par 5.111/1. II otSlfI THE TIMEIS kmltom In .old _..... Mm olnowlll.. 0......-. ctxircnIIVI >ORO "TO" "C CO" ILbrnf1ln!,'R'S 1 I' I HO TR J. 1151*. WRMII.. m..Jl..nU
5511I C.II FA $1771. 131. CON PS ,131I. III N Or05y 050545 CM IF call AL HEINDON IllVrCI 4 opMd turbo dMr5Ir. colly IOUM, maur occMMrlM.H0 .
JJ Comfc, Kirn. inci. u'.. $ .turn. hws01 for /11017. MOVINO. Mull SILL Prl ls.lnNMKIrk PN 5.71,1 -...... : u SE 4th StIS CM Mm pwrom, Ml I74Jofjoo pnono rMOM ottor 4 ,...
loom I emu. lei ..... AeMy ? iTT. ""1- "* !'' t a ASSOCIATI.. INC.RIALT I NOW. rey1. W tooELECTRIC INS OIPT OP A UMTIWl etiin Nyyni Ave .
City ler.,. "/01. ..* I UN* .. KIk0.n _....t- >;JIt HAMMOND ORGAN AutemebllM tec S.I.iiTiiitr"l I. I ills ioeONV."II.M'I' ire- 1105 11511 1000001111ry
Z 44-eei. 5005,. Chlh s.,. pens t7t-toI4. :':: er $)N
441 941170 1nu5y
: 11p
!!! came. I1t : fK -. ev.y05.05 Ion or OM II Nlckory Hill :
.. 111. "... WIIIINs' Cs., : : I kudoot' ""' peymeme ttt me. for
Ivory 1 : AMBL8 ...
'OCI M. L. 100. c 51191 III. 50,50 huh RANGE MINIS hems 101 II 111.1 .
45 Pueoleh.d Apt.. fA 6770) "-Ino.. PI' 14737 lot It 054 HW IItn Avl, Do You Hove 01,4 I IM II-- In .. lNni ..1M1105N 4-OMT 0.4.M, AT tMd COnd.ImMlo PM. It mew PI Miie 0511.5
yr $111 ,.... A 0.01000 1 _. $1005.Cell '- --- 1111 INOlIiH P050 :

fURN....."PT.. M.II.llgnti 0111|,..., b.I..n.corn. <. 47 H.u.. fet I.rot Ps,.. ..... CCI 4 rerrl torairt... "'""IIIHy-. room tlty I I I A Room.Apartment, HAND Nlvy PR NU'|4neor liont 0 Orion tent mn wi" .MTMIM CMI TM 11.-lou. kt mo 31.4155.TAKI 'ii ".NII.J4 ..oi'1055r RAN, AT. Oood P R 104. $15 K I lootK.'NO\IA.. CIII 1
PAYt711471 P.M. K III K'
., .. UP IS A-1 1 _.. :
OM 110055 on 1055 /055 51001 10400 C.II'II KNV t..J'I: : :
250115 %
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1yX71wN Jon 11 Inro ""01/ .op$1sw .. / '. MO ,... mo. 44i..c NW UNI 7729779? ERNIE TARTLER. REP. I V-l CMIVROIIT R5N IMJ Nl Hit Avo.N.W. .
Jrt Am. Ptwn.UIN. .
:R O"vllIl' M_ --. II K 314.4255 I or i. eulo. tram. Pi. in mi enor ik i
WMt Nw111lsd' Also Musk *" I on boy lot. end tun. taW }!PORT YOu'i'iiY''lA..TON nAil.. ...... Wmtto]
1.11II1. d..... .AI ITOVI. U, Oil drum orl th AX" "'
IMne Ill IM
OARAOI APT. Aor NoOV- ", .""IPrlIood. C_. 54. ....... KowNd r55. $11111. House to Rent? ..... ..... now. 111 O51ossvllls, I Ph 914105 II Ckovy IIKOVM, .-... e I *l.PISS. .415 10151 5505,
101 II till lr. HO DM. Oil PIW =;:.':"' '' 'l K 111,151019001150'. Cell FR 2-8426. / air _11_. Pt.I1H Hwy MI 59,15 (AKk WANIID 'n.M Porno
44041 M ..31 M Mr. I r.r ....if, rowirotf. M .,. __. An0l.b15 311. REMEMBER- $'N.T.tNO.: lull N ".. .1 Ml, PIMM VrllM. IUJNl 141111 $snln.5 4361641 I CMmrM,. AI N5ryN5 ....
ty 1111521.i 10111494. 0151.? 1410 ooS dhmNd I
N.Ynaw .. .1. PR 4407 0550.10 4m Tort. -. Ice 0501115. 111 .1 .. 110
HAWTsOINI poIl-. $35 Co/11. SIMS .M (!lLUANI MUSIC ITOII. 1 CHIVY a 1.dss, .....,. u. --- -..-.. -- -
I $R. l"'lnt 55010 dlnlrq P..ScwnNn.ll0 $0r01114 1 59 115,1. kite XH'OMd Ml ptr mo. m Wil: ..l ond toWo INl Imidoik Ill .... Ill It.IPICIAk I' IACRIFICI5f1 Comnoc PINKwood 41,141 Nwsm1511op. 1411.1.oils
kitchen. On Lake 5? ",1"bI., for 1 po.pl. $ NI urn AM. i ii. rla1*, A HI. PtwM PI 14311.DISIHWASHSS. e door. Kmy oqulpiwdImmnciilore PI 5 P5. ...."..'.. eend4
.... Mlr rtmci'
M 47MMI iiiir 4 151 vacancy .
otnove p. oomi. XK. ran... I''N CHIISTMAI tAVINDIM wnd VKMM ettor 'IOn I C.II PII 21710 .11
p.71.LA50a. fA 14762 171 N' olk II. .... wd 7/9,5. III More_'.. kondOEROAMUSIc'cS I '.11I. or 401.. BARKLEY

dowrwtelrl OM IK op.rAmoll 7 LARGE ROOMS Ind $0I. 'il ." McKk1Ny Orof11. III COSTS YOU MORE lilt _II.09011414055I "' ill FORD Good mocrinnkolcoMlngn ;33'ONt1C .
..... "'. J.JII7. Coil I PI "291'. ; lilt $1 'OllD V4.
"bet lAd Ml. IM et 411j CI/'CU''I" hN/er. ... with' t M SlOW Ir. n Itlroo. RAM '
.I 09, $1. 1111 ... W0KNm. on port,or p. y.rd. 1'n9', men 2 8R HOUSE than the oxj that DISCOUNT ot N. MOM 371.011ACCOID01. HJJ. Cell PI ."It.I := = p4re5, ::. 17: MOTORSIN
15 5.5 15 '. COUPIK US _
110115 .91111 15 i .
Mats PI PM_ N 71111 IM 15.051 Idme AL MUNDON .UYlel
Mill porty
lit optMultt only 1314 NW mo.mi NJ inn AV.. will itt I PRICES .... /11/00.1. 511 111* 1911 I take woe _" II 1144 Co1wN. III tt 405 II. -
lltll St. 125 per "'... Phone PP.e4471 FOR IINT I I! IMUM mmlUiM"U. rent .DM luorontoo KM or I IIM 1.01 RLH, N1151 __n .ltAT'j THI NAMr
_..... 4oyl. PIP'
:;: I "M CCI. NW
Pronk '
otter > P OidtonM or h. Wl *v).rvoll ovcrybooV. ... INK N0lsd/N05y, Writs I 101.11, IH 774.041. 2201 N. M.I St.
Oortln, Orongo I.... '1.. fklttlwi : Call 316-1562 I SR.r untt O.lrmviin tun.
IB* TRAILI" ,,!WIll wily, noMtt "'-1195. :15 '.M. Here's what HENDRFURNITURE. I WILL' TRAD1 / 'Ie 1ulnN1,115.' 4 414. ." m Z.4J7I
,.erISI' Mr ; yourvacancy COMW SPINET ORGAN CNIVROLI1. ". SIN.ST 15. 1050 Ms /. *
.t""lt" FURNISHED SO Mry0119
PI IWM NW 1101,01 far 1511 NW Mm AMt Ml .... M Mm W. i II' = r.: PR MW iSENBMI
155.55.,1.4 M 0555.
.11151 .1505
UlWSrslty M 11.1.boll Good condition.Ill
emit.Fll ... 'I
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1 .1'1111
N lour IIPYL 1514 NW Mk A... me. AvilloMe, Old ot DM CLEAN mMntrtoorotoro Ii' '
LR. kltcnen 111 ulIl"... turn 05050 fA '''55. KUKPATIICK IIALTT $011 OI555, -..... 15505.IN. 0 .1511 105751.05. POIO roll *.... II... IKM .,..I MILTON MOTORS [RIDGWAYRAMBLER
.UMt 00. lor coo 'ln', Millng.I6lJO N. MOM II. PI 14014 YOU EVERY DAY IIPAII WOOK ON ALL O.IDI..Y MUSIC co. cook or tr_ PIMMimi P9
m. 511 NI Jrd A.... ,O.0'. 3 05 Md dining rm. 0010. A>A>IS. Cod PI .._. OIM55 ". .SpMI Cull.AUTOMOTIVE .. ItS N. MAIII $T. PS 57171
PI' 1- IIIN.ion, it,. mm, lokotlooPorch I Urlv CC Homo 9011117 ,. _
C.II orom lillllry "'". end ..., near LIHIowMd trta*!. II 111 until it i I. rented: tAAPPLIANCIS" .Ot PAICON. |Md _"..... UMoM
EFFICIENCY APTS. .both ..... tn Illvor, Lake 170mo no. Ptano '" .3MI or *N 10MMOM voroirlMiO lode 05 MynwiH ot Moot
MO MO.Jnteonopy porn,,","' or trt ..... nil'1 :304 NW 14m Tor 4. RNrl.ero111 hen $5I M monthly PIMM PN tout.otCNIVIOlIT '
o cnofi .. 444 :JOB Jut II PI HJI4 or KtyttonoI I MIM _I. OMi kollr.Hi. IF RENT: YOU LOSSIS IOXOM tram 1St i 50 Inokwood" -oto* ..... elf' s Lo4liM'
HIlghll 473.1024. w.0s trom 110 55 RAM5LIR DEALER
lutlor Gordon AMrtmonto ,- tiroort led OMTOM 5 o.v-. him III wt 76 AIo.I. hIs.h.AIIONCA. ../. Hon 51.511. 4cyl. PI. II.". now
0tII and Irro b.droom fun. Or turn hwiM mr ....,. ... tfrant. UN pip ..... : PER DAY IS: PesFpr.11.ro Iran 5,1 W -" "roi owe. 1132
Mod slid .dnftmwe all 'O.DYCI S ASIOCIAT/S. 'NCo ... f* ..304. t DIIAomnort from MO I 55 Hi[; &IUMNrot.
u'iKtrM 11_ mount 511 W. Unl. 17..17.\6 I ktdioom Owls, ol I TI"' toti -us... P| Nn. IMOH Pornx Cover S. MAIN ST.
.lr andlttonlnf. mknmlni FURNISHED bome *5 Lli. W.... ,"" MVM ilroft ... M ow me. IUI tor ley JIM lIOn II APPLIANCE CO. Now P.'III r New 05/1., ISM P050-4, I Ills? $110 N.o.w .
pool OM block from P.K.Vent. ..r. $121.01I """. IM ....., only. 1111 "". 410 NW .... A...", J7t JIIUPHOL. <'115 an mtTl M any. mW11r lAd nktif0osd 372.8433
tdwH. from 1H MrmonHi. '" L_ IN per me. .. 1144 per day OX*, omoll orlko Mk tiff PI i-ltl 1'110I1"1'III'
IOMTVO youre nowl I Con 50 I lath well 15 will co..... OHM tohlM. inMnt wol TRUCKS FOR SALIie YOU AT
1.45. Ullt Avenue end ion NI 49 Roomi lot Ronr Ul per im tin tor dry ,
mr Inl $133.00I M toiiiMl YlMt,. choir, orttouo > NAWe.POWERIMOTOS
,....._ 174-4414 chino C.....,. trio 5 0000. tRUCK fur .... Value Rated t4
II I Elm Cyoron HntllMrxwio Ior1 It I. Ml Mr mo. UN ,., leyper bra Sold NIIIK 0.uw0.M Sims. 0011 M 01551,1 5.40114. e.II 3721 i '
NeWLY DICOIATID APT!. Cot.MM .... Otis or OM ot mi NI tern !PI III N. MAIN 65 DODGE
with oil brlcK llropioooMARY IS "hat o,1 II IM*. t,1NW Ustd Can
OtUdontO end CMIXM l.1MN N/ .... .Id dip 7Ott1.'rc: '1.4011 j
Pun. IF 0111,1E awnwa 5117. WI' Mr P54415,
ctllwren prertrred Cell New ..9SI FOlIO
bury 471-CT5 01 CTO71.n MOELLER. RooltorIfllt ISIS UO-IOM. 111 per me. .. .... per doy SI WASHII OIYIIP IN-l.a Pkk.O PI 1171 B&G MOTOR CO. 5 Yt./ 50.000 Mil"
.IIAND-NIW I .It A'$ w. Unlv P| 44471 LA.OI 'OOM If'1 udN. II ,_,_ 110141/10.
AIII- "Ie ........ 15,1111 .1Ir1g.. p.1055 101151111. .bells. fit por mo. .. ... per MyIN hMl. "s-uit or1271'
Moon modem furniture. Only 41 H..." for Ron Un.utn.iltltll '000ILS lID 1191' .051 MVHIl In our mntor N/W1 p ...... 2001 NW litk 5..
I mlnutM tram Unlvorolty on 44)wulh. TWO FBOPLI I mm per """. .. ..M per dip 105 ...."_. In 554 ,1114 053 NAWIt-POWIII MOTO CO. I THI"DODGE
No children or it I.. 0mo. 3'f HOUSE Kllc/Itn pulps ..... ,.... MID lAd prlvolo. on. loW NI 710 0t.PS. W4 N M.", N. X
Coll J/0-74II VtSWJTlMTMm 127 NW :3651 Drl.. 5133 .. Colt 17MM4 OT see1 HI per mo. .. KM per deyr 60566 / 1111/11
i'I' Nl OtA A.... -
forogo > SANTA Fl 7'lii"Li.. COMPORTAILROOMS 551 $ .... .. 04 51 tor doyHI For Sol.l fOR THE CORRECT Deal I WithTho AT

per ..... tor coueto till far 1 DK comblntllen, Plo ..... IMo lor 5100. Olsos'IS. ,
men or ....... II2S for 4. CollLoMltor "1.11,,,... ftwd. _It..... Ulme. 7711/1 per me. .. .14 tor doyUN INDIAN MUDiA1 TIME MILLER.
billy 170-1521. 4641512.LITTLIW000. 3/111511 ..0tt CMt Ills 41 ...*. Ilk e @
por me. M.K Mr doy ,__. III ea5511w1 5554- BROWN MOTORS
SCHOOL All IOOMI IVk klock III. PI "151. FR 2.1411 ..........
4( UiiriintUlioet Apt*. Por MIO or IIOM to 111101'S commit on IW lot A. .. I .U2 _..
Idol It or nupio Kitchon oquiop OT-Htl. Molt itvdnnri jnly. CALL378-H1I REPOSSESSED Court**0VnlMfilrf I Ith St.M H* SI. (IT AVI.
DUPLEX 1P unf.nl.hld i. i70110M1. .... I II evorni hovoo w- I DEALERWho nl.....
$70 11111111 IGI NW 171015er. old brick 11..1_ C b 1111 y 50 MooiU HOMMI H4 Ungor Itylo Moro MrtIII CKevnkrt 6.. SU __
C.III 454.1131. K III ""In" Uon PI ....". TO PLACE YOUR t.< OM '"_II. Dpiiquo. 455P. N.' MimM.itUrhAy*.
11I"VEU/ LUI OIl ,'I..,. 101. fl "" !
I IIOIOOM FARM HOUII MON I Mnn mtn4o otc. 17 :,
el''N 1 59 44511's, Ill..qulpp41. Woido ftlw.'. iv m 1 1 I.oorlh SUN RENTAL por monm or N7 cooh. Notionbwki. WantsTo
1.00.1411* 710 N W ", II olroort, IM or ..... 'hiomonco. Fit 6.5317 MMklno Co, IM. III YEAR-END CLEARANCESAVINGS
urn Av* iioo ptr ..... N. .. Coll PI t-OMl or PI4snt WANT ADS W Unlv. Avo. 31171 I GAINESVILLEAUTO

olllnger, M4-M,_Storko' __ __ W. Reel J.ITIIIO "i .
--- '- "* T. 305 07, old A4011rr ; k). SALES UP TO $400
erxbli. "ilo oifo oncyMo >
I "' '' k OK IWUM within 15 tfio' 0U5j WON Oik PUWOOlD. 1007 N. Moln St.Northtdfrtiol .
SPEND 1965 IN :ill. Cantos; Mall M:' 51 OtfUo-Do.li SMm <* ky ......Ie..... II vol. ,... PR 2.6315 62 FORD GALAXII. radio heater power
/ $ ", Wells 1. Iron 411 NW
.55 W. PMOtO
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Has Been His Way of Life I II I It Takes All Kinds

For New Year's EveBy
By NORM LaCOE were brought out of the forest

Sun Staff Writer and into pens near what is

now the county courthouse. BERNIE GOULD continental breakfast coffee
He was born on a cold Jan-

uary day In 1902 in his mother' : Some possessions Judge McDonald Associated Press Writer and rolls to help sober up
W carries in his heart be- Fall out of an airplane, climb the revelers before they start
.11"1' it
house .
room a one-story mm"Take
W :e. \.I'.l cause he is the kind of man Plke'i Peak, dance your feet the drive home.If .
: beneath a great, warm Florida who does off, throw Junk out of windowsor
I w roof, a house on northeast 1st Just stand around Times you're in Rome you can do
,r Street which still shelters a "The biggest compensatl ala Square with a million other revelers as the Romans do- throw Junk
Gainesville family.He life, has been the way I that's how some of( the out of windows, although it's
I1 him out. He looks Just Time has given him many "The greatest man I ever have been able to help pet- world will welcome In the New against the law. There are reasons
was named for the doctor and the have
who drew him out Into I life, like a Judge. possessions. Some he carries In knew. .my papa," said Judge responded, and way returned people feed Year tonight. of life and limb behind the

Harrison Hodge, plus his own And, whether by prophecy or the pockets of his sober black McDonald, pointing to the pic- for good, life for life, and love I On Island police concern, as any pedestrian
suit like the list of his brothers ture. It shows Long at Eastport, caught under the joyful bombardment
Harrison a
family name: Hodge In spite of It, a Judge he did young, vigorous for love N.Y.
Frederick Wild, 33 and .
I McDonald. and sisters, and his par- man, Tom McDonald can testify.When
grow up to be. Harrison Mc. ents' names and their marriage belted with a holstered gun, Twenty-four years ago, h t Frank Guzzman, 38, plan to fall
His aunt carried him newly- Donald, Alachua County Judge. 'date, written In his mother's astride a horse.It left Us Gainesville law p r a c- out of an airplane at the strokeof the bells toll 1965, froman
born to his mother's side for I This he was for 24 year s, hand in old, lost year!., tice, and moved into the county midnight and pass a bottle of abundance of Italian balconies
her to lee the first time. His through two wars, two pee sgrilles. was taken, the judge will judge's 'of lice. champagne between them as will rain forth a cascade of

mother so the family story So long be almost has Some possessions he has in I tell you, at the end of a cattle they drop from 12,000 feet to 2- empty wine flasks, chipped chi
goes gazed on her tiny son (forgotten bow to be another his desk; like the faded yellow drive from Cross City to He had I been married then 000 feet. Then, hopefully,they'll na, ruststained! sinks and
MCDONALD and murmured: kind of man.. photograph. Gainesville after the cattle for 13 years to the former Opal their parachutes.The cracked toilets.
Lee Smith. a Kentucky school open
leached. The couple has one The old Roman custom symbolizes

;Students ( Soviet Isn't Santa Claus, Duke, Gives Jr.son, Harrison Hodge McDonald, combined two total sky of divers more than have 600 a and disliked the removal to make of things room old for

1 jumps to their credit.In .
the bright and hopeful things of
Almost Get Thanks On But times change.A Colorado Springs, Colo., the new year.
Nasser Warned by ShelepinCAIRO ; ferroconcrete hospital I II members of the AdAmAn Club

.. springing up from fields where have figured out a way to get For the morning after there's
j New Year's Tom McDonald' 1 high and still stay sober. They the >"hangover clinic" of the
(AP) President the United States and we cannot Nasser, probably with one eye s will make their annual climb to Physician's Wine Appreciation

UIPLEY, Miss. (AP) College Carnal Abdel Nasser can expect afford to throw our money on Shelepin, told the UnIted HOUSTON once sprouted the top of Pike's Peak and Society of New York.
from the Soviet around Soviet said States In effect that It could Tex. (AP) The
} "students who raised a new little !if any food one source Duke of Windsor And the Judge himself I. shoot off fireworks.
Nfffirp church on the ashes of Union if the United States cuts "We must be sure we are getting take Its food-aid program and has expressed moving. The society, \composed of
1 one that burned after a civil off its multimillion-dollar food- full value for everything we. "go to hell" if It did not like his thanks to his doctors and the In various nightspots around more than 200 doctors, will
rights rally began packing for aid program to the United Arab give," I support of the Congolese rebels. thousands' who had sent him Down the street, to another the world, music makers will serve a concoction called a

n home today.i Republic, sources close to the ""Our relations will be on a, The United States has been good wishes for his speedy recovery -, office. Out of the public office play until the wee hours for "French 75" to its members
t } Russians said today providing $140 million worth of from abdominal surgery he has held In courthouses, old those people who want to dance at midtown Manhattan
1 The new Antioch Baptist more realistic footing in the fu- 15 Friday a
days ago. and new. out the old and dance In
flour and other food Items annually year restaurant. The drink Is madeof
Church stood unfinished but Soviet Deputy Premier Alexander ture. I IShelepln' The 70-year-old former Britishmonarch
moat of the major work is done. Shelepin, one of the After a lukewarm start, to Egypt. Nasser's attack leaves Methodist Hospital : He will resume the law practice the new. three ounces of French champagne
modest:; steeple adorned the Kremlin's new leaders, told travels and speeches has raised demands In the United today. With his duchess, he left behind In 1940, when One Los Angeles club, the and one ounce of cognac.Dr. .
front/ :; Nasser In effect that the Soviet around the country were given States to 'end further food for whose love he surrenderee he heeded the call to the bench. Whisky A Go Go, advertises it

{ "I just ,wish we could have Union Is no Santa Claus, these splash treatment in Egypt's shipments. the throne almost 30 years ago, His practice will be with Jack will provide "all the Watuai and Herbert Could of White
Completed it, before we left," sources said.Shelepin government-controlled, press.I The U. S. government announced he checks Into the nearby War- Bates and Herbert J. Jones. Frog you can stand." Plains, N.Y., the society president
said Marshall Aronoff a' student returned to Moscow The Egyptians broke precedentby Tuesday it was going wick Hotel University of Florida law The Sands In Milwaukee Is said "champagne and cog

1 at Oberlln( College in earlier this week after a 10-day Inviting Shelepui to share the, ahead with existing food commitments They will remain there about t school graduates like himself, throwing in free baby-sitting nac, when mixed together, help
Ohio.: He podium' with Nasser during to Egypt, but it Indicated a week before returning to.New although much later. service along with a complete restore energy and vigor in
visit to apparentlytook
students Egypt. "Victory Day" celebrations at It may shelve a requestby York evening of entertainment, for combatting indications of melancholy
white still
nand The-28 six left several days ago on military I hard look and at economic the way Soviet aid- Port Said last week. I Nasser for an additional $33 The duke Issued a brief New Another man will become the $35 a couple. and depression. Just the

";':joined a festive, three-hour Is being spent here. It was on this occasion that million worth of food. Year's message from his hospital county judgerHarrlsos Many clubs are offering. thing for New Year's Day."

civil rights rally in the 'churchtyCQnesday suite. McD
: The sources gave this sum Hodge nald'slong
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night career In public service
of Shclcpln's conversations
Sheriff Wayne Mauney stood mary with Nasser: 1I 1------- Bakey and other doctors and the ends Tuesday, and te leavesthe Scouts Hold

CrljWo qalhe durjng wanted the to make meeting.certain He 'The Soviet leader came to I by "thousands hospital staff of persons and thanked who have the held.only public office. he ever Boy to I

Nasser that
Cairo to assure so kindly sent us every conceivable -
r' The try:thing new:was steeple peaceful was hoisted I former Premier Khrushchev'sproEgyptian form of greetings and good One thing Is sure After .0 Court of Honor TonightCourt

policies are not / wishes flowers, telegrams, long a service; he always win -
!oat a few hours before the rally the SUN .
/ !The benches were planks being abandoned and that the books, candy, get-well cards, be called ""Judge. r of Honor for the Ala Craig ReddIck, Burgess Richardson

rpprtetby: concrete blocks. Egyptian can expect continued and, especially, charming let- chua District Boy Scouts of and Ronnie Thames
fruitful relations with the Soviet ters. America will be held tonight at from Troop 84.
light& from bare
'ire! glared
*;:s.!hastily strung along the Union ,..but only on a realistic POLICE, FIRE REPORT. Sheppard and baby girl, Joann "We have been more touchedby LBJ Trustee 8 pm at the Kirby Smith From 202 Joe Bolton
ra'tcrs. basis' Accident Roundup Jordan and baby girl, Betty these expressions of affectionand Elementary School. Troop ,
"the 200 Negroes who attended But Shelepin emphasized'that Involved In accidents reported Sue Ferguson, Sue Gill and concern for us at this time Forms Gates Bryant Ray Bryant, Bill
roared "freedom songs" and the Soviet Union has problemsat by the' Gainesville Police baby boy, Laura Ray, Virginia than we can possibly say. We Texas Merit badges and advancements Deese, Bob Deese, Steve

taint,high praise for the stu- home, especially in agriculture Department and the Ala chua Phillips and baby boy, Molly have been quite overwhelmed will be presented by Dr. Stokes, Tommy Stokes, Bill ,
CeDts.who turned their holiday and vast commitments County Sheriff's Office duringthe Wooley and baby boy, Mack and it Is Indeed nice to know Loan Firm Millldge Murphy, chairman.The Wakeman, Richard Yawn and

\lr.to'8 "Carpenters for Christ--abroad. I past 24 hours were: Gardner, Evelyn Jernigan, Mollie that we have so many friends following boys will become Mike Webb will receive merit

pas"! : project. 0 'I "We are not a rich uncle like, Gussle Wang, Alliance, Ohio, F, : Arndt, Robert W. throughout the world. Second Class Scouts: badges.
and a house trailer, at 3:20: Vaughn, Patricia Crlss. Allen The duke left the hospital for JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) Danny Shires, Troop 11; Will Also receiving merit badges

pm Wednesday In ,Lochloosa. D. Richards.. the second time Wednesday to A long-time,;confidant to Ruffln. Troop to; Eric Hentges will be Bruce Bradshear, Jim,

{(r'r'F ALACIIUA GENERAL Inspect the 24-mllllon Harris President Johnson-A. W. Troop (4; and Bob Wheeler Carpenter, Jeff Grant, Charles
A Choice TV County all-weather domed stadium Moursund-Is president of a
F on : December HOSPITAL Truman Accepts which he found "really newly chartered Investmentfirm Troop 84. Shelton Troop and 376.Kenneth Snyderfrom '
SO 19C4
I fascinating." that plans to lend to "any- Attaining the rank of Second
BIRTHS Invitation Ike
f ; I He listened for some 20 thing that would make money," Class Scout will be Mike
Parades Mr. and Mrs. Bennett T a y- Boulware and Kent ned
Football'From minutes while Harris County Lear Baby DroppedIn
lot 1714 SE!: 2nd Ave. girl Jackie Decline
a officials explained the wondersof Moursunda a Johnson ,City Troop I3f and Jeff Carpenter,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Barry, lawyer who Is the principal Dan Marvel
the stadium now about 90 percent and Ronnie Plant, Trash Chute
363A Flavet II. a boy, hit and WASHINGTON (AP- mollg
trustee of President's
family all
complete.The of Troop 376.
"The to
Sun Wire Services 10 ), Dropthe
pm. Mrs. Robert E.!: Johns Jr., Rt former occupants of the business interests, is the top
'NEW YORK New Year'sDay Bomb," recalling the first 4. Box 348, a girl Mr. and White House personally Invited gigantic ''raln or shine"stadium officer of the $300,000 I The rank of Star Scourt will JACKSONVILLE (AP) A
will to Highland
tomorrow Is the time explosion of an atom bomb. seat 46,000 68,000 newborn baby boy, wrapped in
President and
I Mrs Gerald Collins, Mlcanopy by Mrs. Johnsonto Lakes be given to Burgess Richardson -
e for athletic events and Capital Corp.
j when the ,viewer, if he doesn't1Ikj'to Fla., a girl attend the Inaugural events, conventions persons Trooop 84, Wallace New- towels and a plastic bag, was
i watch parades or foot- NEW YORK "Peyton ADMITTED only former President and Mrs. The firm may start lending comb and Kenneth Snyder, dropped into the trash chute at
It had been for
1 tall games, Is best advised to ,Place," television's first evening Patricia 11. Barry, Martha Harry S. Truman have accept time the duke reported and duchess some money In a month or two, said Troop 375.Craig a downtown hotel.
keen .the television set dark und soap opera, seems to be
) R. E. Stubbs Jr. of Johnson
Ann Johns, Mrs. Mayme H. An- would check Into the hotel following The
til evening hours.the on the way to a long If not hap ed.The Hall and Ronnie baby died of a crushed
i1ht' life It is obtaining good gle, Tony E. Dykes, Margaret Trumans, Democrats as his release. Some reports City, treasurer and one of three Thames of Troop 84 will receive skull, but Det Capt. R. B.
,' parades start on CBS and py F. Hill Paul F. Frances are the Johnsons will b Incorporators of Highland
ratings, It will remain on the Reedy, e o n said the couple will celebrate the rank of Live Scout Whittington said an autopsy
NBC"in tile morning. First (at air next summer with new episodes E. Bricker, Forest Pear- hand for the swearing In and New Year's Eve in the presidential Lakes. I. was unable to discover whether -

10:30: EST) comes CBS' Cotton and no reruns and all its ton, Beatrice Thomas, Stephen other activities, a White House suite or In a private club Records at the Texas secretary Eagle Scout, the highest attainment the child was dead beforeit
Bowl parade. Then there Is D. Harrell Duke Dan- spokesman said Wednes d In scouting will '
Truby, a y. hat also Is on the hotel's top go
have renewed for the of state's office Indicate was dumped In the chute.
NBC'S Orange Bowl parade sponsors leE Ray Harrison, Alachua; While here, they will stay at floor to David L. Hunter of Post 14.

It 11. At 11:30: both networks i 196M6 According season.to the latest national Cora Collins Mlcanopy; William I- Blair House, the presidential I I However, a hospital spokesman that the third incorporator Moursund' is James Hetherington, Don McPherson :-1 The body was found Tuesday
I move out to the Tournament of Nielsen report the W. Price, Palatka Fla.t; guest home in which they lived said the couple's New Thomas C Ferguson, and Robert Wilkerson morning In the Incinerator by a

Roses parade. I twice-a-week aerial had a ratIng Raleigh Zike, Keystone during a White House renovation Year's Eve probably will be "a law partner. The state from Troop S3 will receive mer. hotel 1 employe preparing to burn
j --:Afternoon Is football time 1 of 26.0 on Thursdays and Heights; Clara Allan, Chief- In the Truman adminlatra quiet evening with perhaps a granted the lam its charter It badges. some trash. Whittlngton said

CBS will rodcast the Cotton 13.9 on Tuesdays. rating Indicates land. lion few friends." July 1. Merit badges will go to Ted there was no way to determine
Bowl.game starting at 1:45: the percentage of television DISCHARGED Former Republican President Its dealings will be confined to Anderson, Larry Bishop, Tommy which of the hotel's 20 floors
wheaJJBC starts Its report of' homes sampled that were Rhonda E. Raines. Karen Dwight D. Eisenhower Odd Twist Texas, according to It articlesof Bishop, David Broyles, the baby was dropped from.
the Sugar Bowl game. NBC will I tuned to a program. Among all Alice Beckham, Alfred and his wife, Mamie, and Mr confederation. It Is organizedand Norica UNOIR /ICTITIOVINAMI NOTICI UNDII
follow with the Rose Bowl gameat Hudson, Mary Lee Prldgeon, John F. Kennedy expressed re- To chartered to do business LAW PlCTITIOUIIIAMI LAW51.11..M
network evening programs, Burglary Italic* b .....,. O!.OT Mid e<. ... Mw.W e.1Mw
4'4i: p,m., followed by the which total about 100, the Thurs- Thomas G. Riherd, Daisy Mae gret that they would not be'j under the federal Small Business :d"4* Mtlrlnf M _*t> M tutlnmw Orange Bowl at 7:45.: Bullie, Ira N. Howell, Elolse able to attend. Mcmim rum rf ._1110 r Hi. licntKM "_ 01 e.y fMrvrliM ...
game day edition of "Peyton Place" .. ... Police were convinced burg- Investment Act Qf 1951 AM,0. Campry Coot ....1 M m.nW rt MMitar M .. e. Ned T.r-
7105 .... ,.. _.... __, ._ ,
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-Non" television : liMllln MdnMt PO. a..1
sports was in 12th place and the Tuesday lary Is a strange profession '. O. Ml. fa .... city ",f ...!<.. ..I HW City If p.I0..WO.. > ftorkM, kl.Ciwn .
of the day Is the season answered callus .Hi.* ''''".. kiMMl M .. ....
edition In ninth alter they a router MM /.QM/W I. Wilt!
of CBS' "On place, according Teen-age Call Girl' Lists Amman, the rapidly growing witt! .... CIoot,! ", .... (I,..., n>. ",> M* Circuit Cowt N Ale-
"premiere to Nielsen. morning from Mae Barry, CIwt d AScO ,. (_ .. P5,11.. elm Cow** FtorM.
Broadway Tonight with Rudy a resident at Moore's Trailer capital of Jordan, stands on N. .O. 571A01/AM M. O. STIAOHAM
It Is possible that next summer (DMA ".- 55, N. 14_ ,Mi) n'M. 311N
Vallee (8-10), which Is a sort of "Peyton Place" will be the Probe Senate Park, 2330 E. University Ave. the site of the Biblical capital
'"srtatlon of the old "Talent only continuing show that dues Trigger by Officers! discovered someone of Kabbah. It was Rabb a II,
Scouts Show" and had a successful had broken Into Miss
not In reruns. Barr"straUer THE FOLLOWING
engage that King David enamored of
run as a summer You Just can't do repeats WASHINGTON (AP) lists of teen-age girls, completewith shined his i shoes,
replacement. with a serial," Douglas Cramer raged parents of teen-age girls name, address age, dumped clothing into a water Bathsheba, sent her husband
On Saturday night, CBS' The vice president ,of program whose names were on height and telephone number ;filled bathtub then made off Urlai to certain death In battle FURNITURE

Entertainers" moves into a new planning for A.B.C., said. "It's lists that of were sold buyers and the Information obtained with_some___food.____h. ______ .
time spot 9-10 replacing a continuing story with no beginning sellers pornographic literature through "trickery," are being
tn[ how deceased "Mr. Broadway no middle and no end- have set off a Senate Inves bought and sold In what is be-

.* A report on "The Debu- Ing. Suspense and surprise are tigation.A Senate subcommittee/ described coming a lucrative operation. : Happy New rear STORESWILL
tante: Slat Ball" in Hollywood the chief elements in a serial."
t ABC's e the operation Wednesday The spokesman told a reporter
will| pre empt "Holly-
In wishing all our customers the best In the to
weed Palace" for the night NEW YORK Walter Llpp- as International, as well as the operation came to light year
(1.30-10.30)). Interstate, and announced plans when youngsters began receiving come, we want to express our gratitude for your BE
: the columnistwho
mann, newspaper for designed valued patronage, with the hopes of serving you even
hearings on legislation ,telephone calls Inviting
President Lyndon Johnson's"gists writes on political affairs
better In the Thanks all of
of the Union" speech will make his annual television to curb the traffic. them to accompany men on year to come. to you!

wU be covered live Mond a y appearance on "CBS. Reports" A spokesman said the subcommittee trips or to pose nude for photo NEW YEAR'S DAY

night by all three networks (C' on Monday, Jan. It, from has discovered that frsphs.- / -.. : CLOSEDNEW

pjn.), and on Tuesday, NBC' 10 to 11 p.m. He will be questioned -I LUNCHEON SPECIAL
will present Its first "white pa on a variety of topics by i _

per" special of the season ((130-:: Eric Sevareld.V BAIRD'SWILL a YEAR'S DAY end


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