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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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November 26, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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1 4. Final By Celd TIlE Cold and Liner Cuts TankerIn

with snow, raJa .

Mopup Thanksgiving wlads, was Mal.'T"

In Congo across ties the from Upper wday.the wide .' Half Off Coast

and the central

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P4 on Rebels 9 Crewmen
LEOPOLDVIUE, the CongoAP j,1. Icntl9 Others
( ) Belgian paratroopen '
landed at daybreak today at

Paula, 'teat major rebel itrong. '" .' Still SoughtNEW

hold In the northern Congo, and ...
swiftly began rescuing 200 .
tom Is-
white hostages Including seven rant luxury liner Shalom bound
for a holiday cruise In the Car.ibhean. .
Intensive groundfire hit four sliced a Norwegian
of the seven U.S. Air Force Cue tanker In two early today In

transport planes in the operation heavy tug off the New Jersey
Flight Plan but all were reported to coa t.

have landed lately One paratrooper The Coast Guard said at least

University of Florida President J. Wayne Reits was killed and five In- nine (warns were killed.

(second from right) helps Peace Corps 'volunteerstrace jured.A '1 The bow of the liner was opened
U.S. Embassy ,h
spokesman ,
their night which will take them to the t
Virgin : and shipping water but she
here said \the Belgians had "Ie.cured" + 1
Islands today. The trainees preferred to b. identified was reported to be In no danger
the town In about two A y F fS
imply "volunteers" Instead of UF Photo)
aa by name. ( hours. Rebel sniper fire was of sinking
A massive rescue operat Ion
continuing, however.
built up at the scene snme 30
The Belgians shepherded the
silica from the entrance Jane to
Peace first group of whites aboard a '
Corps transport plane for evacuationto New York Harbor,
Air and surface rescuers trIed -
Leopoldvllle. The night In.
eluded 14 men, 1 woman and It In save the U crewmen
forced abandon the sink I
to n g
children ." stern section of the tanker the
The embassy spokesman said
Leaves CityAt 267 paratroopers were flown to Stnlt Dragall out of Oslo Ten
others were reported to be In no
Faults 244 miles north of Stan.
leyville. Sly Immediate danger aboard the

the hour when most Americans are getting over American and Belgian mil w severed bow.
The Coast Guard 1*
the effects of too much Thanksgiving turkey a group of tary officers kept the other ISO reported ,
20 by'
53 volunteers from the Peace Corps training project at Belgian paratroopers at Stanleyville or crewmen
about five hours after th
the University of Florida will be winging toward the Virgin airport. w I m

Islands for the final phase of their 10-week training Today's dramatic rescue operation ,fir collision.Surface ships picked o.nv
program.. was the second and apparently
seaman from the water am(
The ,volunteers accompaniedby final operation by the 0
weeks of the Coast Guard and Navy helical
rigorous program
five project staff members Belgian and American forces In
here learning language s k I Ills, the ten lifted others In slings an
left Gainesville today for the islands Congo.
shuttled them to New Jane,
American and world
of Croix studying In Washington, U.S. !
St. and St. Thomas high officials
affairs and communism, boningup """pilal.. ,*,,
when they will do in-serv. said the next move wouldbe
the customs of their The first two seamen reach
on project
ice training as teachers community to get the paratroop units out
countries and the Point Pleasant Beach N,J.
attaining top
developers and h e a 1th of the troubled central African
physical condition Hospital soon after dawn. One
educators.The country as quickly as possible.In .
volunteers training for The field training course will the first rescue mission 'to'v 4tsp was pronounced dead with'

service in British Honduras and mean working during the daySee Tuesday the paratroopers were WlfMMIt .. ". llMlCrumbling minute
About lie same time, I' u
Jamaica, spent the first six ( CORPS m Page 2) flown from Kamina Air Base
near Leopoldville and quickly more seamen were arriving vii

.. freed about 1JM white hostages Cross helicopter at the base hcmplts
-w --.-- --- al Stanleyvilto, the, rebel cap). ( at the ,Lakehurlt N, X, Naval)
Is''l Air Station',
'" JOIN OTHERS The paratroopers made a Mr. Marguerite pnwaM. mother nf presidential ajwuwln Lee Harvey Oswald r.. "They appeared to be In pretty \-
I few' place a crumbling ernss'at her Mit'a grave Wednenday in Fort Worth. QewaM, killed , good shape' but they woreMtatiaf .
INTHANKSGIVINO (See CONGO si Page I) by'Jaek Ruby two days after tat ...' .''Mtloft. was burled Acre a year (go. .. 4 m exposure," sale
the officer In charge of the ho*.

Across the land that Is America people paused to- All pJlaL Another Navy._A man, there said.
day from their hurried tasks to observe the day of ReynolWASHINGTON Eager to Tell "Within mlnut..vof their being:

Thanksgiving. We asked some people from our own checked: they were up anr1

community to share their .prayers with our readers smoking cigarette*, all excep

today. (AP) toe construction of the-Washington summer he was Informed that this' money wound up In the one who" seemed I little /Into

Lynda Ramey, Associate Director, Baptist Student Center. B. Reynolds visited the Senate DC. stadium an extra W.OOO had been addedto I K e n a. d y.Joh"1tIII campaign herent.
Rules Comnittee's headquar- The hearings are scheduled to \the more than M million cost land Despite the fog, I COM

Loving Father. For the honor of calling Thee Father for ten on Capitol Hill accepted ila start Tuesday. of the stadium for which McCloskey William speech led to a reopening Guard helicopter removed '
the privilege of living In this country when all about us subpoena to appear as a witness Hugh Alexander, committee a Philadelphia contractor of the committee' Investigations woman patient from the Sh*
speaks of Thy loving kindness for the joy of being with in a new round of Bobby Baker counsel, told newsmen, "Reyn held the construction con Into the outside cm, pride of the Rim brae
family and friends and sharing this bounteous food on this bearing and punched a news olds normally would be *>e of tract. Williams aid 121,000 of business dealings Baker engaged 11Ie( TANKER t page U

Thanksgiving Day, we give Thee thanks. Help us to so live photographer for trying to take the first witnesses because be Is In while on the government

our lives that othen may come to know that Thou art Lord his picture.And the accuser." payroll lie resigned In
Reynolds told reporters h* I II October IIN3.ActomptniPd.
of all. Amen. t while doing all this prepared to substantiate W1IERR: by Williams I Gridiron

Wednesday Reynolds hotly denied charge lit has relayed to the Reynolds visited the commit
Vales, community leader and chairman of the Bt- '
Chester Committee. that he had sought to avoid Senate through Sen. John J. TO FIND IT tee' offices Wednesday and GreenbacksWinner

Racial testifying the Investigation. Williams, R-Del. Thew chargeslink accepted it* subpoena

I Comics: . 20Inrerteinment The committee
la the for acknowledging The husky Insurance man said Baker former secretary to chairman.
others season ourblessings
"This, above Divine Providence Is their often he was eager to get on the witness Ins Senate's Democratic major. r . 12ObttiMries Ben B. Everett Jordan D-N C, IPog. I
Though source stand to ten his story of an ity and Matthew McCloskey, . . i said earlier In the week that
they come to u* through the medium of a generous alleged diversion to the I960 long a party fund raiser In the .Sports . 11.14 !IIIveaUllIII'S! had been unahl. to I I
creature. May It not be that the thanks most acceptable to Kennedy Johnson campaign alleged payoff deal. W,,,,,,,'. . 6,1 locate Reynolds to serve the 3'
God are those expressed to His children at whose hands we
have been blessed and while they yet may be heard?" fund of tu.OOO appropriated for Williams told the Senate last subpoena.

Mrs. Charles BtaD. assistant to the director at the Wesley Ike's ExPilotI1angs
Foundatloi. Gainesville 'Harvests' FriendshipsWith

"Dear God, we thank thee for the choicest gifts of heaven I
above and of the deep that couches beneath. For the choicest
fruit of the sun and the rich yield of the month For the YORK (AP) Col. Foreign Students Attending UF
Finest produce of the ancient mountains and the abundance I William C. Draper 44. retired.
for President
of the everlasting hills. For the best gift of the earth and I its the personal pilot -
Eisenhower from
fullness and for the favor ef Him who dwell beside u. Amen." I Dwight' D By PAT WILKINSON
I JI5J to IMt. LT Modest Jeanalatiaterrutlrxul
was feuad
Ulvenily ,( Florida PreiUeat J. Wayne Hefts dead by hanging circles of friendship
are forming all aver
this day of Thanksgiving wt offer i Wednesday,
Heavenly Father on particular t the Air force Gainesville today.
thanks for the opportunity to serve Thee In a time and woe Local families and organization .

place so filled with meaning for the future. We thank Thee He was dls have Invited 31 of the
for the beauty and wonder of the disciplined! mind, searching I covered" his Ml foreign students and vlsi-

for the eternal truth, and for. the. sharing 4 of discovery. Amen. I I web Ruth taken .- ton her to share We Thanksgiving 4
with them.
tot hospital
G. Riga William flalrmas tt tile peaty Sc**.l Beard : ''and then removed Suet circles reflect he traditional e

from HawdMra I On per to Aa- story of the erlg I a a I -
Thanksgiving/ to this. country MlPaaeutf ,
Brews Air Fore Bate hospital
Father we thank Thee for our many blessing, health, hap his tome la Camp Spring, -- .
pines I loving and faithful wife a fine son, hw wonderful Md.sear ef "goo4 eU
grandson and two tweet granddaughters Help so to realfa
the why' of our gratitude. Grant 01 to know the Joy of both He also was personal pilot toGem. day" .lamented M years

living and receiving. Teach M to pour nut ef sincere hearts Ettenhowcr and C e. Matthew age, Page 21.

I our thank to Thee Amrn. RJdfwey when they ems -. .,. .-

landed NATO hi Luropoe.Johnsons. years ago. Thai .day the cart re o

es! while stake and the Amer. .ti .. .011
Ie.. Indian here before hens -- sw ':u. /

Family Gathering for pther4 to fncwbhii to eele-' t
bate Ihtir fsrit harvest togeth

er. _
President John** and Us of Texas, and Texas AIM. .plane to attend religious JIM were formed with the help
wtB gather al Auk to- The President did not plan to service durteg he day. ef Mrs. Fletcher Baldwin, teeastaUty -

family to carve Ac tradHioMlThankscMng attend the gam But he agreed la prwUinlng the holiday chairman at tit Gaines o-o'-v" .-'y1'''
sight turkey at lid to delay darer .. 1M girt! earlier .Due moatt, "Johmo ells Council fen Wemefl a a IFrtemWMp
could enjoy K. urged Americana to gather tothea who. located town- 'V. "Ii"
torch home.Daughters Relative* and friends were banes and plata ef worship ample wiOing to epea their

Lynda tod. M. Invites to jam tilt Johneaas for to any tor peace and free .. d,

and Lad Baffle, 17. were flying roe* torkey with dressing and eta throng** the world. The Baptist Student Center to The JeJur family from India joined tile Strikers ef Gainesville al Ut Thank..

to fran WashtagtoB lor dw *ocsaioa. C&lrt gravy, sweet peuiort.grew Wednesday algal to a spatial a sponsor tor the twelfth lag table teday when the eewemnlly ev.*ed 1U homes U foreign) ,lu The |M* hoped to get toan bean asperago melded swage broadcast via the sya nanksdvtog ef a three toy Ualvenlly ef Florida Jegl**" Johsr, holding ato. ana. lUvljol. watches a* his .U*
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2A Gainesville Sun Thunday. November, 16, 1764

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. I Crime Punishment on ThanksgivingThe I

most thankful man in -- ,- -- "- Green Is her lawyer. guilty and sentenced for this, charged with breaking and entering -

Gainesville this Thanksgiving Robert T. Thomas, 22, two Green represented him. Sentenced and grand larceny, five
Day may be 18 year-old William Circuit Court Scene charged of worthless check. His to five years. years probation.

Lee Kirby, who itood attorney Is Gene Whitworth Willie Lee Brooks, 41, charged James Shorty Edwards, 45,
Wednesday In the shadow of Thomas was sentenced to 8 to with entering without break- charged with aggravated assault

the prison gate, and was given lias Happy Ending 18 months in state prison on Ing, pleading guilty Sentencedto Two years probation.

freedom on probation by Circuit another charge, forgery and uttering It months in jail. Calvin Eugene Thompson,

Judge George L. Patten. forgery. Rufus Wayne Haire, 23 sentenced U, charged twice with forgeryand

Kirby' case was one of a replied, asking mercy In view of: away from the bench then, and Major Thomas, 34, charged to ( to IS months In uttering forgery Four
number which came before Kirby's youth, asking he not be Duncan called: the next case. with resisting arrest. Phil Barton prison for violation of paroleby years probation.

w w+t Patten In t sent to Raiford prison. Nine defendants who pleaded I represents him. drinking Intoxicating bev William G. Von Eberstein, 25,
Judge arralgnm e n
and sentencing procedlngs.State {suddenly, Kirby spoke for I not guilty were sent down for I John Henry Smith, accused erages. He had been placed on charged with breaking and entering
himself i trial next Jan. 18. A number I ofgranJ larceny Dec. 28, ,1960, two years probation, last Feb. and grand larceny. Five
Atty Ted Duncan called "May I say something: were placed on probation, and In a Gideon. ,case appeal Selig It. years probation. '

6051 docket and Kirby numbers holding 6049 tightly and Eyes turned to him, and he tried several sent U prison. Goldin Is his attorney. Clifford Mitchell: 28, who Jesse Walker Jr.,' 56, charged

ID the hand of ,his older sister, to speak. Then tears came,I -Scheduled for trial are: Other defendants .pleading pleaded guilty to robbery, three with possession of moonshine
Mrs. June Bass for and he looked down, hopelessly, Malcolm Leo Scarborough, innocent were years In prison.. whiskey, five years pros
ward. stepped and hook, his head back and 29; charged with two break-ins Eugene Isaac Irons, 20, Richard Taylor, 53, chargedwith bation. .

fortUr Oct. 19 Green Is his attorney. I charged with breaking end entering assault with Intent to mur Inca Altamease Williams, 30,
The charges were that Kirby Jude)! Patten, after a mo I Eddie Barton, 27, two countsof with Intent to commit der. Pleaded guilty to aggravated charged with forgery' and uttering

forged and uttered forgeries ment, took up the ritual lines of I forgery and uttering forgery. felony, and same intending petit assault. Sentenced to forgery, five years probation =
last summer to two firms. Head law, which soften the Instant Richard Jones Is his lawyer I larceny. His attorney Is five years, I .

pleaded guilty last month, when a defendant learns wheth- Roy Otis Hague, 71 two Green I .Place on probation were:
and R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr., or he will be free or b. sent behind counts of forgery and uitetmg Ralph Benjamin Theus, 36.' Herbert Allen Pons,' 18, codefendant Pre-sentence investigation
Starke, circuit public defender, prison walls I I forgery. He has no attorney. charged with manslaughter _In with WilliamLee I was ordered for:

had been assigned to be his legal "Saying nothing sufficient, It I Gloria Ann Hall, 17, charged the death Sept. 9 of Jack Robinson Kirby on one count of forgeryand Robert Allen Weight 19,

friend in court. is the judgment of the court with breaking and entering i Sigsbee, Scruggs is his uttering forgery. charged with Willie Brooks
He stood, with his sister and that you be sentenced" -> and Green Is her lawyer. I lawyer. -Five years probation: with entering without breaking.

Green, In front of vth 'jUdge'. the judge1 paused slightly _."to Lawrence Henry Pollen, It. Sentenced to prison were: I Caretha Armstrong 55,. ten Charges were nolle pressed
elevated bench1 { tIn probation for five years." charged with entering! without William( Perry, 51, charged' years probation after pleading against: .. .. .

the ritual language of'the Kirby?relieved at going free, breaking. Green represented with assaulting with intent to guilty to manslaughter In the Jcscpii: Woodrow ;bverstreet,
law, Patter asked whether bead turned W dis', sister's arms, sobbing him. murder Aaron Wilson ScpU'U. killing ot Zack Bridges with a 49, and Frances .S.' Pierce,

anything to say before audibly. Both cried. Ernestine Sanders, 38, charged -He pleaded guilty to aggravated istol. charged with jssulng ,worthless
sentence was passed. Green Brother and sister stepped with theft of a lawn mower. assault and was found t ,Felter Edward Blake Jr., It. checksKlansmcn. '

Out of Jail .1 : a'MT* { Roundup ,

He's Slain In,

r ,...... trrontomonti. whin avdiablsw111/ bo found under funeral. Notion to Rights Trial

Theft I VI the ,.g.. ,;* t-wi- .. ,
'fry j jMCINTOSrf THOMAS RIIIERD Riherd of take Butler; two JACKSONVILLE (APFour)

'! (AF winpwi t| IM tvnl I LAKE BUTLER-Thomas M. daughters, Lucille Geiger of Ku Klux Klansmen are free aft
-A Gainesville Riherd, president of Lake But Concord, Calif and Mrs. Fran ZONES e.r. er their second trial on' civil

Everything Will Be O.K.' Negro man was shot and killed ler's Farmers 'and Dealers ces White of Lake Butler; two A Cloor to porthr cloudy on* rights conspiracy charges' in a
here Wednesday night as he Bank for the past 22 years, brothers, Cartram Riherd of milt tonigni and Prlaiy Low tonlghf a racial b mblnl(.
broke into a drug store only a OHM. em.wwff A U.S. District Court'jury acquitted
: died Wednesday afternoon fol- Tallahassee and Shelley Riherdof -
Leo, the lion, center of controversy In Willow
Jlrov, Pa.. where renldenls petitioned for his removal few hours after his release from lowing a, brie( Illness. Park City; a sitter, Mrs B C -t Fair weather through a all four Wednesday
Alachua County JaiL Nell Anderson of Park City; 16 Friday. Cool again tonight w- night seven hours after. retiring
because other things ha roared. Is
: among ,
Eddie J. Dixon 31, 732 NW I Mr Riherd, who moved to grandchildren with lows around 40. Variable ,,, with the case.
-consoled on of the operating; table in Philadelphia'sUniversity 4th St., was shot in the chest at Lake Butler from his Park City, Funeral services are Fridayat winds S to 10 miles per hour Found Innocent of two countsof

Pennsylvania veterinary hospital by Hendrix' Drug Store on U. S. Ky. birthplace In J912, had been 3 pm. In the First Baptist i conspiring to deprive 1-year-
Jtls owner, Howard Sautter. The lion underwent an 0' Pllr wM' wr through "Idoy.
store James A. employed' at the bank since Church. old Donald Godfrey of his civil:
(41 by owner Burial will follow in Cod win tonign with low iVwKbio 10 H.
Operation to take away his roars which Sautter Hendrix, who spotted Dixon en- 1919. lie atop was owner of the Dekle Cemetery. / wlndl_ I to 10 muss'' p.' ....'. rights were Barton H. Griffin,
I f t 'Mr wMthtr tII'ClUllh
says are mating t'allH-lnd perhaps] Sautter can terlng the rear of the building. High Springs Seed -Drye{ and MRS. IRENE WHITE .. 'rldoy. low tonight, In IM KU V.rMINe / 35: Ponald Eugene Spegal, 31;
keep him if he la quiet. winds 5 .le 11 mI1M ... hwr. wY.rH
an insurance agent. STARK? <- Mrs. ( rent, I far w.aMr ihroWn frld.y. Willie Eugene Wilson 39, and
Dixon, who had been released few ,;,50$ 55 ro et. VsrlaDS0: winds Robert Plttman 26
ELUSIVE from jail in Alachua County Ha war a veteran of:Union Daugherty White, 54, died here a "5..Ie muss pu' hour, w.w[ ,dp4iad'TaMfasnasss Gentry,
Their first trial ended in
., Wednesday morning. She was a
War I chairman of the
A woman known as La Capl- earlier Wednesday'after sv- .LS.WMUI WEATHER mistrial.
(atally'injured after a fall downa fGAINESVILLE 'They have never been
tana- The Captain Is re- leg a six month sentence for petty County Development AUlhorlty.former '"', M1p L {": charged with the actual bombIng
president of: :the :Lake flight of stairs at her home. i:1 0'r ;: Municipal Airport readings -
rushed Monroe
to a
ported leading ,an antl'Castro larceny, was OC81111 Butler City Council and a dea*' She was a native of Missouri It.. for 24 hours to t a m. today William Rosecrans Jr., 39,
guerrilla band of 40 men In Memorial Hospital and resident of this for : :: : who Is serving a seven year .
central Cuba. He died two( hours later from .con In the First Baptist Church. a area 0 High 75 at I pm.; low 40 at admitted
1St prison sentence detonating
"In the last effort the gunshot wound; Survivors Include fits widow 14 years, She was a member N.w yarR Sy :: i:M 7 a.m. Rainfall: 02.
to capture Mrs. of lift Northslde Baptist Churchof WothlngliChkogo sa 47 1.01 the explosive.Godfrey' .
Riherd Lak
Inez ofj But-
her, 600 soldiers were put into No charges were,filed. against 12 ALMANAC home was' bombed
Hendrix, ler; twq pons, John M,.Riherd Heilbronn Springs. Konuo City 61" S..... today SWim: .
action but she eluded them Denver If 2t Feb. IS after he enrolled in
a'a. of Daytona Beach and ]I'luHf.1 Survivors include her husband a.nrtwemsrrew 7 04 o m.Moonrloo a
said Jose Rodriguez, 19, a newly 'tt 't.. worth "oW tomorrow I.II o.m. previously all-white school
*" Joseph B.; two sons, L. AnpIN, r.I 13 _'.w Moon Doc. I on
"0" ...
arrived refugee. More AbOlltTanks '\ BobC) Orlando and Sherman M ::18 .OMIN.NT IURI orders of a federal judge.

4 Rodriguez said he was In a More About'Jo1l7LSo1L L, Starke; three brothers I Clods Nay ,moss .Iov.."r. It .fmNUs. ..III IIIe., ..,11:11: a ,. ,
v battalion of srmy draftees assigned AIM.ra14 tho highnt ittr m /M Deputy EndsLonrt"
Dewey and Ira Daughertyof fries Mlth N 5 Dim .d I n Jqulri |n N IIpM fnn MSrN.S _
to help fight guerrillas Higbee, Mo. and 'James D. m. Low N 1.2 a m. .no1 1.16 I. m. N. 'm 1 lownt olor, M l 101 llhl/ (toorofrom
He. said lie escaped from Ms Daugherty of TopkaHj Kan.; 1.70 s m loss 5l. 11.21 ',1ft. mo Ieth.rore'ALout Course

training camp In Matanzas sisters' In
and four Mrs. Ellen At- Enforcement ,
Province and came here In s From 1 \ i. kina and Mrs, Etha Avery of i J t
I small boat.LAOS'. Page ,\ William 1. Cooter Sr., a deputy -
Higbee Mo. and Mrs. Bessie -
.:_ -.-.. ', From 1'a;.c: 1 In the Alachua County Sher-
POST Una. She was flown to the Webb, Mission, Kan. Another "' y Congo Ill'. Department completed the
N,J. Naval Air Station members the Armed sister, whose name was not
I'AP Wlr pft,H) .H *. lunl'Poilmsiter Lakehurst Forces longest and most comprehensivecourse
William If. Sullivan, 42, has Johnson called on Americans to known, lives In California. ever offered at Tallahas-
General Jeka been named by President Johnson : i'ol1l'la 1
"thank the e
the blessings of Lord / OJ see's Florida Law Enforcement
GMnoulkr says .hi has discussed to be the' new US.' ambassador She was said to be suffering for the bounty pf their land", More About-. -. Academy Wednesday.
with President Johnson to Lao i. from extensive Internal bleeding ? ewcursionathrough the surrounding ther loss of lift, a part of the
not explained In early mos The President said "we. are 't v *' Enrolling in day and nil h t
He succeeds / countryside, then were paratroop force has therefore
iht possibility of seeking new which prosperous and mighty beyond classes, Cooter and 17 class
from the liner carries
ages pulled back to the Stanleyville been flown to Paulis.
'poilal rite increases, T hayGS.Ialked Leonard linger doctors.As the; farthest imagining" of the CorpsFrom mates were instructed In In-
J of closing several Sullivan joined Pilgrim fathers, And he laid airport. While some of the Paulis refugees vestigation of all types'of major -
the foreignservice rescue vessels groped toward "for that we give thanks and Mop-up operations were being were to be flown directly to crimes and the presentation
Jftndred pout offices In t k eJjfft In 1947, the scene, 28 miles southeast pray that we may continue to Page i i'conducted In the Stanleyville opoldvllle, 800 miles away, 'of evidence in court.A .

few years. has served In' of the Ambrose Lightship deserve His blessings" area by 130 Katanga gendarmes provision was made for some of moot trial before Ore u 1 II
Bangkok, Tokyo marking the approach to New Before1 clearing his desk for for the volunteers and study t ;and 210 white mercenaries who the evacuation flights to stop In Court Judge Hugh Taylor was
Calcutta I York Harbor, the Shalom lowered the holiday Johnson conferredat seminars at night with project I spearheaded the ground drive Stanleyville to pick up other the final event before today's
and The Hague. lifeboats onto calm but obscured the ranch Wednesday night' staff members for help In unexpected i against Christophe Gbenye's white refugees.A graduation ceremonies. -
Since July 1964 seas to search lor the with Budget Director Kermit I problems I Communist-supported rebels Belgian Foreign Office

he has been In Sullivan tanker crewmen In the water. Gordon and chairman John "This phase of the program Faced with 'mounting chargesby spokesman said the Paula operation -I Frats AwardScholarships

Saigon serving ai executive secretary I Ambulances aped to the Point Macy of the Civil Service Com provides an opportunity for the Communist nations of armed should be completed today I

of the U.S. mission to Pleasant Beach N.J., pier to mission. The topics, on which no trainee to test his skills and attitudes Intervention, the United States and the paratroopers would be i
South Viet Nam. take the rescued men to a hospi- final decisions were reached, to see If he can perform and Belgium wanted to make It returned to Stanleyville.Plans The University of Florida litter
v w'' were federal finances and personnel effectively under totally different I I clear the paratroopers had been were for the I' Fraternity Council has
RANCH TRIPBilly tal.The collision occurred 17 cultural conditions," said used only to save the lives of the ers to be quickly pulled p.r.troop-I' awarded three grant in aid

Mlltner. 12, of Iowa miles northeast of Barnegate I project coordinator Maurice I hostages Kalmina. Sources said they scholarship to UF fraternity
fY City, was to Light shortly after 2am., just Mirens of the University's College In Washington, the U.S. State would be flown from the Congo I members this week. -
Fire Leech
arrive at the three hours after the Shalom of Education.The Department said that the Paulis within 41 hours. Recipients of the g r a n t s,
LBJ Ranch left a Manhattan pier for a group will remain In the move, like that at which provide tuition for one
this afternoon cruise In the West Indies. The Virgin Islands until Dec 23'was deemed StanleYVilIe'l. As the new rescue attempt trimester are Buddy Jacobs,
"II \ Home Here
+ \ 1\ to pick two 14,500-ton liner made her maiden when members will get 10 days for humanitarian proceeded the second planeload I Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Richard
1Fr II!i calves: I he call on New York last leave before being deployed to "The rescue mission within of refugees from Stan Dandurand Phi Kappa Tau

I fromPresident I spring A fire touched oft by i defective Jamaica or British Honduras. Stanleyville has now been completed : leyville arrived in.Brussels.. and Howard Shendair,_-Theti
ft. 'i.bought Al John- The 12.T23-ton tanker, carrying ,oil heater killed a a s 01 JIll i Accompanying the volunteers and the paratroop force They brought the same stories' Chi. ,
ft< shook solvents and fats, was en dog and caused an estimated let the Virgin Islands will be withdrawn to the Stanleyville of terror and bloodshed at the The'scholarship* were awarded
IOn Billy
hands with the route from Philadelphia to New 11,000 damage early this morn- Dr. Edna Ambrose associate airport area. ," the announcement hands of the rebels as the tintarrivals on thftaslB odeed.: serv

I President( to York. ing, but a fire that didn't hap- professor of Education; Dr. said. "Only limited search Wednesday re to the.frs rnitrJJ11t fratSt

= I'AP WlrwMl It lot tun) \ close: the deal The Shalom turned back for pen Wednesday afternoon) had Ahrens: Margaret Hass, cur. activity continues in outlying King Baudouin and Queen Fa-! nity system andjast academic
Billy New York: but her damage and 'Ity firemen scrambllr rently on leave from teach I Inl areas around Stanleyville for blola ot Belgium were-at the performance, ::r "
John F. Kennedy Jr. wan In Den Moines Oct. 7 when the the fog were expected to add, This morning blaze which, duties at Uttlcwood Elementary the few remaining possible Irport to greet the 20 fefugets

four years old wrdnetday.Jhe President was on a campaigntrip. more than an hour to the return was Ignited In a si >rarc shed School; Donald Harts 0 a gh, evacuees: and 3 wounded paratroopers on I
sea if the late pr...l- Mrs Miltner said her son behind the hume of Frank MLlans school psychologist at P. K. "In the last 24 hours, how &the plane.

dent ctlebralcd with a birth- opened negotiations with a trip.First lord of (he! collision was I 241S SE 11th Akill. Yonge Laboratory School and ever, It has been clear that Among the refugees was a
day p.rt'lalltl. Fifth Asa letter. to the President and will radioed to shore at t::23 a.m.,, ed his pet dog and la I id the I John Dclgado of the Peace rebel groups have collected a nun, Sitter Anne Marie Men i III

lua home la New Yirk. raise project.the calves as a 4-U Club apparently by the Shalom.I frame structure Flreit" said I Corps.. I large number! of hostages 225 kens who told King Baudouin of

---- - whollepam.. la the Hebraic in oil heater provided keep The current project was financed : miles to the north at or near beatings rap and forced
nrfanin be dog arm \ iUrtd by a $142,013 from Paulis. marches naked In the'streets of
word of greeting ; arpan grant
Still Aglow I ILOIJIMU.f On the Jolt! 'peace" and "friendship./ I the fire'Wednesday. the/ Peace Corps under the joint Reports Indicate that thin 1 tie city of Baioko in the Stag ,ennuL. Nnrk.a.... AUtA M "r.laosass a..,. .ol__5.0.i. .

: ( (AP) A.'?. At -the same time Coas I a"tern, false administration of the Univer- croup'comprlSinl perhaps sew i. leyville area. I 005.0 TM..hw aea,. t.J-, 'SMM...,.,... e'su.s 5w
Heck and his wife have a glow LINCOLN, Neb. (LAPS Th' 'turd radio operator* picket Harm occurred at i'" 13Ituiklinj. I 1 Jty't College of Education and ral hundred foreign civilians Baudouin listened grimly! I a M M fray.N -- 17. -.
UR reminder of their. Mth wed- Nebraska Supreme Court ha i lh- International! distre I whirls I u Flora he. Center fur latin American men. wolhen and children, \In-1 Later she repeated her story'or ..d'wINwns--..TMnw w Ntee.r funo'M.rnw/N C,,_.
drug annIversary. ruled that gnat SOS. They believed thi Iji; a > ,i recd' Studies. hiding seven Americans: .Is newsmen. With tears in her I fa's e, algctse w ...u......
a life guard who WIiJljul'@d cIepu T5M P5w.N Men, w SNn..va15.
Dt's a light bulb purchased Just' 'me from rte lanUr i at : ( > wtt An earlier Peace Ccrps train- n Imminent peril yes she said"We were lockedip Novice-
after the coupto set up house while practicing: divln Later M \'I-tl operator 0 I rtwfk''arm ,, <' ,.. nif n j project: on the l Unher It' "In order to complete the In a SnuU dungeori at Baso.o. I. a"G''I 0 JOuaaae. WIlt II
Iweplng In 1914. is entitled to workmen's com .e Stolt Bagel sent this realituUtion tltalatM'a; was ,r.l : 'nlt f Florida Campus placed T vacuation mission as rapidlyis : Ke were about 25, among 'raS'tl''IOCUR.'D et fee act asy Ma Mae..,.DII"nt 0' wt

''rhl.bulb, .Is still In use __ penaallon. ._ __ of th."situation-:__! .,tiva' oV-nlerrS In r-.'ii.._ possible nt .minimize fur- lien Jf puns auose SoapsAa' D. .10\1.1)4 OH NovaMela. LKe
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I !: U. S.: Steps; .lIt. With Cash. t&Bolsler &UishPouid: I.'4 lurch beat clothes us.naked They and in stripped forced the streets as us Uw lo ,I Sun ,

.' I sold ]jeering Congolese They ] PI.LI"4 .w.o. ---
By ADREN COOPER I(er the storm. I Sterling jrnhiNy' w n' he hf "outd1 fci 28 crn'j wmi .M !r''! "* e rtservw Including gold.Tjetmt under a swap arrangement and trpt asking as to sleep with I,I Saturday*" b* ,HM..MM Ga'iwtviii-.,, inonw Pub-i I I

WASHINGTON (AP) Brit- The United States and II othjer \- ush to trade fret itcfl ng 1*: Viry/pWd t f" r'J to almost $.1 billion. ''a $:SO mjUk leap from UM Ex hem. As we repeatedly refused, 9 ate. 1
air's pound sterling crisis can I countries put $3 billion on the J1 dol''art or for same ether The Dew Br.ih Lab! r |ovVnme The Briton are drawing about'1IOI'f: -l1Ipot1 Bank which la a 10m. of as were rsped." I 2.oJ Gdilpetibsd

be compared to a run on a rural: line Wednesday for Britain to,(convertiblf currency.Apparently t h>t fad u .i't'\ t't t de I biHiea from International .U S. government awrcy! Rita an order tame. towing :'5' 5514 sleeve en5r', en'.4.,Pw-'wnr_..pw4 clew
bank with bales of money use In foreign exchange mar- sort bll..Ia"1Pmtt' atu! tut app< irrn \. many towtary Fusd. H swever, most j''I The pound traded at S2.TSU us to Stanleyville! I Gousvtia; Shoed., QNKe M
arriving !from 11* big City Just I Xets In strengthen' its cur wd bankers feared the British not ( *m ''0 s-d.c' ('this will be used to pay off!(hiring mess o( Wednesday andIt With the last of the whites I' atcuunoM .
when the depositors are beginning rency.. U.S. Treasury officials night devalue the pound for tux! 'ft'.Wfre 'ther 11"- twt-l to gel panicky. ,ibvloutly were pleased that announcement first time In IS years The pound G.rr'nn :1'1Ir\ 'lrll.'" accumulated' because afii lifter towton learned of the S31'dIIOII wrhict becomes a Wsjw pctfer WMk 45I .
/s long as there \is plenty of : of the move alone now .la pegged at $&T and UH T FrtM-h francs were hHrfVdglWKf !''II' Cncrdsl this, '' dealWashington Congolese Premier Motor MM. $S.II

money la the bank, the depositors 1 1do soused the price of sterling to British government la ptrdm) would to Hnasrt ,,,, .. With lii reserves, phIfit 13IMk omega cwsMer hombe't troops. I Alt wo1 wEeev'or werwne
aren't worried about their dgi upward within an hour 0 step In and boy ilnllng! < ,'add tHy wcu'd roatr i *' mMe svaila!e WHneay > the'market upturn, tlgnftVantrvpoj'ton I The rebels hate laid waste krtt I ante 1ft -..-..
uih. And the United Stales Because psychology .is often a I whenever It drop toward that' -ipot" by other Western nattnns.nd I r usurfv: doal worry TMnmie wdrrpioniims lit I: ...... W "wdot ..... dM

add other major Western na- !'omlnant factor In Internatliwsleatings nint t1t n t t5'r Prs : n' n wilt hate a n"te fund to about! the cendiiioa of thrv I' ftrivsng lilt matt of the UPBiw.itfiofm .
lions hope they now have put' the Bank of Enetanf' A des.'iwlt'in would mans rtvnd .:; t' r oJ "I' raw on to keep the pound sea !bark H they are comimd a I I 'I'e plAfnt'r1d s5.M0w -- ..
w 515 a--
enough money at Britain's dla nay ne"d to use, oily a r 'aPortlon woi .r !Let I' '. h II' ...rl, ''I w"1 I 4. incr bank er a group nr / others who were the maVaj ..#.w C.n..l.. sass 5.w"ar. :
pnsal to convince nervous flnan of the n 'ilium As I Iis l'alIf It ta, : W H '+ C ,for I 't.. r ,<* > t f the rl<'%it-r -t'net ba-i ..s N. rle-fgf1 ft its w r lit T* thirds -Nnr.S.n wA55.e. r a w.era waSNa .ea5W

tiers that tb* oound will wtaih- it Is available the holders of eian'pie. hi % i t .h? 'I t ti a H b5: 1 $;30 ma ales! U pom it needed aogctese were i sUulitrtd.. .sesa w w. e5eawlsn

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\ AboutForeign -- I GREENBACK WINNERDana i Honesty IsPolicy r Story Time Slated Friday I

I SEE by I Story Time for children aged ( to 12, organized by members
M. Venrlck, J20J NWHth missing the Syracuse West His
3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines- of Sigma Anchor, Gainesville:
St., Is the winner of Gridiron Virginia game, which Wait
from 3.15 School win be held at
Greenbacks In TAMPA, Fla. (AP) M r a. villa Public Library High I
football contest Virginia won an upset to 4 on Friday. the Library on Saturday morning
From 1 Stanley Canlrell of Lute, arrived p.m.
Page No of the
the SUN I this week because The outcome contestbecame
home from Story Hour for children aged from 10:30: to 11 30
dents located around Florida. of his skill In picking the Flor dependent upon the tie-I a visit to Tampa
General Hospital recently and
Director Robert Scarborough .. ida-Florida State game. breaking game and score.
left this morning with IS students POLICE, FIRE REPORT Venrlck and nine other content -!Judges selected Venrick entry'discovered that her pocketbook For
for the conference at Silver Accident William 0. Hillard, IOU NW entrants wound up with two he picked Florida State 10-I was musing. top-quality vegetables. ._
Roundup 31st Ave. and Gerald E. the closest of It contained a $250 check Issued -
Springs. Goals are to further Helzel games wrong, most of them 7 as those "
between Involved In accidents reported 623 N. Main St., at 11:41: a.m. entrants who qualified to "cash. -
appreciation many by the Gainesville Police De- Quite upset, she called the KILL
cultural Wednesday in the 600 block of I The Seminoles beat the Ga-l
groups.In partment and the AIac h u a ElectronicCar hospital. She was told that Joe '
off Mr. N. Main St.Patricia tors 16-7, for those few fans '
and Mrs. Charles campus Marshall housing of County Sheriff; Office durln I g A. Gulce, 3213 SW' .who would be reminded !Messina, who! operates the concession NORMS, -
International the past 24 hours were: 35th St and Merrill K. Moore, Sorting stand In the lobby, was
are servingthe Louise R Lyle, Rt. 4 and Bar holding her pocketbook for her.
1206 NW
31st Ave., at I U a.m. LOOPERS
traditional turkey to their bara J Strong 1417 NE!: 4thAve. Wednesday at SW 10th St. and; DllUTH, Minn. (AP A New, Yet Old I Joe, who Is blind, said the ,
two French, four Indian and )
., at 6.28 pjn. Wednesday at 4th Ave. system to Identify and ,record incident was nothing new He "
three American student room- the Williston Cut-off and 4th Donald L Stewart, Sacra-I railway cars traveling at 100 KEY WEST Fla. i AP'Mrs.' makes It I practice to feel APHIDS

eri. Ave. mento, Calif and a parked car, miles per hour, in any kind of Glenn Altland of Key West has around the counter periodically +
Foreign students show much Irene Pitts, 1242 SW 3rd Ave at 1:38: am. Wednesday at 1923 weather, day or night, is being just made a new dres At least, to see If customers have left 'with new '
interest but little knowledge and a parked car, at 4 p.m. NE 16th Way. I put Into operation by the Duluth, you could call It that You could anything<<, and he finds a s u rprlsingly -
concerning Thanksgiving. No Wednesday In a parking lot Inthe Ramon C. Monahan, 108 NW,Missabe and Iron Range Railway -also say it's over 60 vears old large number of Items
other country was found to unit block of NW 6th St. I 13th St and James C. Wilson, Co. of Minnesota. Mrs. Altland used a dress eyeglasses, car keys, pipes I *
have the same holiday. John W. Sites, 1819 SW 35th 1729 NW 11th Road, at 8.35 a.m. I Strips of special material length bought In 19i! by an and wallets. Phosdrin
"There Is nothing similar to Ave. and Shelia H. Ryan, U2Clavet Wednesday at NW 13th St. and aunt. The aunt was killed: in an Joe attributes his customers ::
arranged to form color code
this In France. I asked several JII, at 1:2: p.m. Wednesday -2nd Ave. automobile accident i h o r t forgetfulness to the fact that IN.IOTICIO
Americans and they couldn't representing the Identification time later and the material Blgaw vtfctablt profits will bt when stop ae
at 1100 W. University Ave Freeman Perry Irvin, Fla. was they art visiting friends or relatives yours you
really tell me what Thanksgiving R. A. Green, Starke and a and Pauline S. Smith, Rt 1, at number of the car and its empty tucked away In I mar chest. In the hospital and are, base wonru, abbess: looprn! aphids and other rollap' 100
Is either" said French student weight, are attached to each Only recently was J'' discovered worried and d destroying< parked car, at 1,33: p.m. Wed. 8:11: a,m. Wednesday at NE 8th An --naturally, u n er .
car. automatic trackside
Marie Ramadler. nesday In the 2600 block of N Ave. and Waldo Road. and put to use. I sires kills 'tm U protects such crepe as cauU-j '
A visiting headmaster of scanner which sends out beams 111cabblse, broccoli ind And
Waldo Road. other you tan IMPhondrin
mathematics from Glasgow, James A. Howard 4007 NW21st :22nd Ernest Ter.G. Tetstone, 307 NE of white light and "reads" the 1- to within a few dis of harvttt without harmful y
(single car), at 11:05: 1I
Scotland, Harry Wylie, first Ter. and Donald G. Vaughn car markings, was developedFor ..IiI*. For bait mulls, follow label Instructions. .
p.m. Wednesday at
thought Thanksgiving to be a 1910 E University Ave., at 1:02: the railroad by S>lvania I I Don't ambit your honest with foliage Invcu. Stop
holiday celebrating the end of p.m. Wednesday In the 1700 Fire Calls Electric Products Inc. i< another year. block of W. University Ave. The scanner's Information lal| cUman-ft vegetables you'11 send to marktt. ':'
But foreign visitors think James A. Hill, Lakeland and At 12:37: p.m. Wednesday, a transmitted to a central) points. '
Thanksgiving Is a good Idea. Arthur E. Jones, Orleans 1 false alarm at the Seagle Build- IOVES. IEUCIIANnISE
.. Seed Company
James Du of Formosa and Masa., at 12:30: p.m. Wednesday -ng. Ellis\ Island, gateway for gen Alll The Kilgore
Le Da TOD of Vietnam 'were In the unit block of SE 11th At 6.20 a m. today, I storage erations of Immigrants to Amer- Division Aigrow Seed Company
reminded of the ancestor worship -St. room flit at 2415 SE 11th Ave. ica, soon will be a national historical r= =1 '
Estimated lOll = W 11'I LLJ W Alachua, Florida -
In their countries They like Gary A. Benton, 3524 NW 20th $1,000 site. y
to see Americans remembering SI and Dr. William R. carroll'l
their own founding fathers. 701 NW 15th St., at 11: a.m.
Parlmal and Madhavl Mehta Wednesday at NW 13th Ter. and6th '
of Bombay, India said Indians Place.
approve of celebrations which :
bring families together., 1 I wrnrnw FAivaIAID1W11III
Thanksgiving has a religious the rural people in Germany,
meaning to Cuban student Jose Formosa and Korea. This custom -
Is with
Soler. Baillo who said that giving to originate '
thanks reminds people of a primitive man's offerings of appeasement
to the gods of sun, I ""'
I Icuaurr
superior being.
Some Coreigners'bell I eve rain and soil. 1III bi
Americans take Thanksgiv log Isals Flit of Peru says thisis III
for an ancient Inca custom found
granted."I I
have the only among the mountain Indian
impression It faa
cozy family affair, looked forward -' people In his country. ,
to but having no really I' In Iraq, on "Oil Day," Christians IS-LOW LOW PRICEI.flfLIS.
give thanks at their,
deep meaning, said Rolf
Wesche of Germany, churches. for the oil fields so Important

"Thanksgiving is a good Ideaif to the country's econ .
Americans really do feel omy.
thankful about their modern In India there is a Hindu festival OISC0u1 wdlh
civilization but they should feel of light which has differ.
111111' .
nice thankful Kao of all Formosa year round said.," Ber-I ing"Each Iladltlonalstories.festival comes at the I In/llllli./ .p,, "

"I don't think It Is possible end of crop season when people [l@V] grmrJ'lJJ fflgflh[ !

for people to be thankful every I' have money to spend," Neb- J .M.
ben Chtndaramlnl of New Del
day, said Mina Khare of Bom- A
bay, India. "Besides, they hi said. ,

would turkey.get "awfully tired of eatIng History friendship shows between that the white circleof settlers :. @D/ gUUir

"Why do people eat turkey on and American Indians was .. ''''' -..'-'-- ,
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Thanksgiving" asked Suhaila eventually to ,. {
Sadallah of Baghdad, She Such is "man's inhumanityto : 't .' u. t"AN ,",A l'
Iraq. -2'f ; f ", ORE.
man, said Harry Wylie) -, I" J, S '
e } .
accepted the explanation that I } i \
the early settlers were supposed quoting Robert Scotland's Burns. honored poet j LOOcci f \j.. .: J .. ':I'i!. \', 1\\ ( .
to first have holiday shot feast.wild turkey for that Wylie deplores Intolerance t"-.. m/lur./ "f/t Like Hot RQdI \\t', 4w." t'I"r" ,II'! ;t"
between but t
men emphasized 'Joors "
Azza Geurtin, I Moslem from Id" 1iY. .
that all countries have different 'D :..;,
but long-time resident of >'"
Iraq I'...
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Florida said meanings can be problems of intolerance. r, '

lost In conformity."I I "If there aren't any"differences .:_- :-, r'c. ff, )#: t "
love American meat, men Invent them Wylie } J. ,'
though," Mrs. Guertin said. She said. In Scotland he said that : FI'III j I ..

Is serving the traditional turkey two religious groups come out j '
dinner to her family today. on city streets every weekendto tit 1. .

Ved Prakash of New Delhi, swing clubs at each other r -,' I l
India suggests that Americans viciously. I
Today In Gainesville the circles
remember their own cultural 4MLL
I I1I"I'jlS of friendship seem to ;
at Thanksgiving besides
t: rrom other lands. glow more brightly many
"All societies should celebrate homes than do the blinding .. 4 i
together because if only the rays of man's Inhumanity to
family celebrates It becomes a man." 1IJilJ. L /te.1/1
Sadie A Jt douKd area Hail 'lJptttAtlf
narrow thing," Prakash said. By unanimous agreement, our. Beautiful / tflf +
Although the American International friends say American

Thanksgiving appears to be hospitality is warm, and DREAM HOUSE V-RROOM RACER SARANADE DOLL
unique, in Scotland there Is a generous.

religious of harvested offering at grains the ,churches fruits" Wig Weary C | V| A Aat.M

and vegetables one Sunday ev WICHITA. Kan. (AP) A Pay 5.87 Fay 4.27 v. .. .]
ery fall. Sometimes the people classified ad In The Wichita Only Only m M
bring fall flowers such as the I Beacon sought someone to take
chrysanthemums, Harry Wylie over the last 11 payments of COllI,.. V.I"UI C .ep.vd sell Pay i Iud 1.25 w.*Vlyl

said folks homes These are given to old I$3.10 hair wig per advertised month on as a valued human at Ipger i more "-'llvIthcmewri When wh..le hail,die intarrmnl She skips. t***, wile itorlM, toodM "-10 done*,""
Each room complete with' fine ftjmlt- r.lEndlMi With' Guide Whip! yw**r.tfnM tap alptwt-t toarJM good habUU '
_Similar_offerings are made_by $210.EVERY .. pleasure! fabulous Fields bwyt a Friction motorj piottie,ITU peat '""I Es eel 44fMwl.pttonol.

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JOHN R. HAIUIION, ,...,..., tnPgMIIIWI <
PAT COWLIS, Viet PmkMirii -
ID JOMNJOU Vlci President, s
Beautiful end '...ull.. imitri w. .. (mi) SOUTH I
r t IlllttaLI, vl.e President and Ad.
University City' t4 LAWRENCE aantl z.
rtllln Dlncliri' POD TAHTAOLIONI,

Vice President nit Clnulitlin M...I. .. MHw By RALPH McGill FuMlilurM I v1l rruNlr Decisions on .expenditures\ for the de-
r rl" winning
THE SUN'S POLICY I the Atlanta to' ) Cwntitu'iM States are, theoretically at least, not to
politicians seeking to curry favor In their
1. Report the new fully end Jmportlolly In Hit news columns. money Is supposed to be spent for
? 2. Express the opinions of the Sun I In--but only In-tditorlols. For rhhcHope r purposes and not to gain votes In electing
= 3. Publish all Ides of Important controversial, luuti.r WAY"A senators to office.

The Sun's telephones: All departments 37 .1411 OfEnduring that has gone up from various parts of the
the closing of certain military bases-causing,
-- unemployment is a dramatic example of
that prevail today concerning the use of
E Thank God for Elections and representatives of both parties
,." will be affected are protesting loudly and
J'Thank: God the election:'over I" So, as we say thank God the fuss II if not reversal of the orders is

Undoubtedly many Americans will and bother and tedium of the election It has been a long time ;r
And yet, the mocking centuries
append a fervent "Amen" to this Is over, but thank God also for a chide us, saying that it 'years now members of Congress and candi
exclamation. But if they are thoughtful climate of freedom in which elections Is but a heartbeat in the\ pulseof publicly In talks to their constituents that
Americans, they will immediately are held and the will of the time since the faces of the more for you" in obtaining federal projects In

add "Thank God for elections !I" people prevails. The largest plus in Pilgrims looked on the face of cIJ than could any political opponent. If a sen
the silent, winter-lotked new N happens to be of the political party in
history nation is not scientific
our as a -
land. branch of the\ government, the infer
In this season, and on this day invention, bountiful 'agricultural It has been a long time "WHAT'S SO FUNNY, given that government contracts are allocated
aside acknowledgethe harvests the industrialization of "stands in" with the incumbent adminis-
originally set to and yet, truth to tell. It is but TRYING TO FIND MY
blessings of God particularlythe our economy the rise in gross national yesterday in the endless tick- tration. It has been openly
material blessings of an abun-, production but the successful lock of the great clock of claimed by congressional candidates -
the of genuine preservation of a free society under time. during their campaigns
dant harvest spirit I that they could "get
thanksgiving has become a recessive democratic constitutional' govern: THEY SAW Indians when Voice of the People more" out of the federal

trait. We sit at the festive board ment they,came ashore five or treasury than any riavl can-

we give token gifts to the poor we six near-naked men, who I didate could.Unfortunately.

declare a week-end holiday and we Inept, awkward, and slow as democracy slipped away. They did not ___ -On The Sm iI Opinion Page---,---- the sa m e
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visit football stadiums or tune in the sometimes is, it is the only know that even then a bcne- sort of impression has at

game on TV way of life in which men can agreeto ficient God was holding themIn Opinions; end cammanti .f Sun seders are welcome In Ihi Vole .> the People column. Uttnnull times been conveyed for several
disagree in opinion and at the the hollow of His hand. The ka wind end bear the w'i...'. addr.... New will ka withheld If fI.u,,'... A lefts thould years now by the government
year before, a plagueprobably not ticnd 500 wwd end mult ka wnttin an eely ant side at the ,..... Poetry cannot kl ..... Tko itself In the handlingof
All of which is good. It has a ., same time pool their work and their smallpox, brought b y .Sun raiarvti Ida rltht to lalact any litter w to ihirttri It, without changing the writer's mianina w various federal contracts.
tonic effect on a tired and wearypublic. wealth their prayers and their per- some venturing explorers who af.ef.. Whenever the Department of

But the fact that Thanksgiving severing efforts, for the common had touched there had all First Boost of firearms by the populace For the merchants of town Defense, for Instance; has de-
by official proclamation, i is cele- good. but wiped out the tribes. They could have precluded the for this Is great. cided to make some sizeable
should it found a basket of Indian corn mation of the H o m e Guard. But Christmas Is the Holy expenditure !In a particulararea
brated nationally give a
; SchoolsEDITOR
one of their number, High Today we are faced with the Season not the money season. the. announcement has
\broader significance than a time of We say, therefore, on this Thanks
William Bradford
was caughtby responsibility to protect our Please city fathers, in the future been sent to the office hereof
feasting and football. We do not refer giving Day 1961, "Thank God not the leg in a snare set to Sun: I would like selves from both "arm e d let's have Christmas In the senator or representative -

merely to the religious aspects for Democrats or Republicans, or catch a deer sixteen of to comment on Mr, Cormier'sarticle fanatics" and well In t e n- December.AN of the state or district affected
*>?. the occasion. We are' thinking of Liberals, or Conservatives-but for them explored and went backto "County Lacking In tioned but dangerously ill-ad- UNHAPPY OBSERVER for first release to the
the anxious watchers on the Brain Power" (1M2-64), Is a
an intelligent reassessment of "our all Americans who set the love of !little ship.Watching. junior college l the answer vised firearms legislation. press. The object seems to

goods: and our gains" as a people, a their country above factionalism po. them from the ? Perhaps he should takea Legislation to prohibit the Limit Christmas have how been these to members show that\ of some-Con-

positive appraisal of our American litical partisanship, personal prejudice rail someone commented that long look at our elementaryand sale of firearms to convicted have had to
heritage: and our own contribution or private opinion." What else the returning men somehow high schools, not Just in felons, mental Incompeten From Dec. 1? do gress with the awards.something
tojts promise for the future. can "One nation, undivided" mean? looked "bigger" And so they Alachua County but in Flor and other "dangerous or Irresponsible
did. The new country alreadywas ida. What happened to the Individuals", with- EDITOR, Sun: The city of WHEN SECRETARY of
beginning to make them schools In Jacksonville Is Justa out Infringing on the right of Gainesville must be 'first in
This "turkey break" In our busy And finally say a short prayer feel so.They. beginning.He the people to keep and bear the nation' with the distlnc- McNamara board of officers througha

lives Is an occasion for checking up, for an American who gave his life starved and died that also stated that Sperry arms is not opposed by most tio of welcoming visitors dur- policy a study of the efficiency ordered

at every level of human endeavor, for his country just a year and a winter a season of cold recruited s good deal of their sportsmen and ,firearms deal- ing this week before Thanksgiving of various naval yards,
to- see to what extent we are succeeding week ago'this Thanksgiving.. torment they\ did not at work force from the nor t h. ers. What many of Us do with 'colored lights" bomber bases and other defense -
(or failing) in the Investment V) all know, or In the slightest I'll wager halt of that work strongly oppose, however, Is spelling "Merry Christmas installations, it was obvious
of our talents toward the real! For that widow. "j\, comprehend, how to deal force never taw the Inside of any form of firearms regis- raised When a a question city commissioner In the City that if shutdowns were
with the dark forest.
half tration license requirementfor
and the other announced during
a college a political
of the life" for all of
zation "good Commission meeting last
They sick with
scurvy probably went through a four. the purchase of a firearm campaign, this might cost
the people. Naturally In this processof For that little girl. and with influenza and pneumonia year college. The elementaryand or other Infringement on week as to the propriety of votes. So the\ disclosure was
checking up we hope to discover Weak undernourished, high schools of the north the right to bear arms putting up Christmas street delayed by the administrationuntil
more pluses than minuses. The pluses For that small boy.A they could not do much have get a good example for decorations In November, the after the election, when
again it the Infections of The obvious pitfall in any Director of Public Utilities explained
we can be grtttful, for; the all and it's about time we fol. the bad news could, of course,
t germs and virus. They dug legislation designed to prohibit that he had to schedule -
.' lowed that example.If be revealed without I
minuses we can hope to ase. short prayer. gravel in the frozen soil They the possession of firearmsby the work this early! to
burled children, w h 11 b the the high schools here did ':irresponsible persons!}" Is avoid overtime costs.
CRISIS IN THE WEST deep, never ending ache the job they're here for we the problem of defining this But putting up the decorations As a matter of fact, the actual -
which a child's death brings. wouldn't need any J junior body of our populace. Any Is one thing: turning the number of persons Involved
college our children wouldbe definition of such Irresponsl- lights on is something else. In the unemployment re-
I BUT THEY WHO had endured able to attend a four-year bility which Is based upon It makes one wonder who sulting from the closing of the\
Three Blind Mice were even bigger when college and make it all the some subjective evaluation ofa really established this policy bases announced last week is
the first spring'i warm sun way through. If we would I citizen, obviously has very the Director, the Chamberof not large. The hardships, to
l I gave them hope and will. take the literally thousands of implications. Such s Commerce, or the City be sure, will be severe for the\
Oddly enough the traditionof dollars spent In building junior grave subjective criterion I I subliminally Commissioners.May few who are affected. Out of
I Thanksgiving was not their colleges and put It in the I suggest a new policy a total of 6700 installationsof
Sfrui pork fflmra Strauss, echoes t h. Gaullist ic permissive link. Only Paris moulded to fit the
view that "so long as Europehas would, with quest Ion able first. It was on Monday, November county schools we'd have desires of those In power, for the next years that the the Defense Department In
By C. L. SULZBERGER no nuclear weapons (lof v.Iue. give a pledge of Instant 13, 1620, that the something to be proud of. I'mall could effectively disarm the Christmas 'season' start De- January 1961, Secretary McNa.
PARI S- Did you ever see its own) Europe has no sov nuclear retaliation presuming women had come ashore for for Improving lower education populace. cember 1, and not sooner. We mara has closed or curtailed
such a light In y o u r lift as ereignty." He would pool thecontinent' with Its own tiny I the first time. They did l a expanding our four responsible would then have something t only 669, which Is 10 per cent
NATO's three blind I I atomic r I sources with force to trigger off holocaust. prodigious job of washing the year institutions, and broad By all means let us insure real to look forward to after of the total. Similarly, out of
mice, the United States, Britain's and coordinate them alt and dirt of the long voyage ening our graduate schools. "Freedom From Armed Fanatics Thanksgiving.Let's the\ total of approximately 3,*
Britain I and France The with the US.A.'i. But nuttier Britain, tragically and un out of their clothing. We don't need any middle-of- ," but let us at the same re establish the 721,000 persons employed in
American mouse Is the size of Washington nor London likes justly, is the only World War Even after they made of Mon- the-road\ boost If we Improve time maintain that right set the Christmas season here. the armed services, both mil-
a mule and the other two are this. Indeed the British want II power that has not yet re- day a "wash day" and gave what we already have,. forth in the Constitution, af- MODERATE ANTICIPATOR itary and civilian, s very
exceedingly diminutive but to negotiate themselves downto covered economic health. Yet to the nation its first traditional CHIEFLAND READER firmed by our heritage and small number less than 4
they run around in fruitless Germany's present level it fights a rearguard action to day. compatible with contemporary Do Good per cent-has been affected
circles when it Is necessary and not see Germany climb block( continental unity, frustrate In the fall of 1621 they had Ke-Insurc society: the right to bear Deeds by all the cancellations.
to discuss protecting the m- the nuclear ladder. German nulear potential their "Thanksgiving1 The Right arms. Although there will be com-
selves and each other 'romdisaster' outmaneuver France, Indian Squanto had taught For the LivingEDITOR mendation for Secretary Mc.Namara' -
thrtat. THE ATMOSPHERE between retain a privileged position In them how to plant maize. A To near Arms BRUCE D. SMITH willingness to take
The major mistake In t h t Washington and Paris Washington and save the flan planted with each hill of Instructor Hunter Safety Sun In October, the responsibility for the clos-
current U.S. approach, a s is now so exacerbated by this pound by cutting defense ex grain supplied nitrogen phosphate EDITOR, Sun: "A well reg- National Rifle Association 1963, I visited in North Ala- ing of bases which he announced
symbolized by the project fora intricate debate that a cur- penditures.Each calcium, iron They ulaled militia I I i being necessary Season bama (the heart of Dixie) and last week, many
NATO multilateral, nuclear tain of suspicion and hostility nation Involved is try. learned, too, how to cope1 with to the security of a Holy Mississippi. At the time there questions will be asked as to
missile fleet (MLF.) Is that shrouds their mutual views. ing to do several things at the great forest. free state, the right of tht was much bitterness and unrest why the installations were not
we have turned a policy Idea Paris Is convinced Washington once and the Alliance structure They did not plan I their people to bear arms shall not Not $$ Season In that area. Much was discontinued earlier, Even
Into a crusade. We have allowed seeks to disrupt I the Is jeopardized. Leave It Thanksgiving because of lux- be infringed." blamed on our President, Mr. more pertinent Is why the
ourselves and others to French German special al- alone for the nonce; it is time uries or comforts but because EDITOR, Sun: Do you think Kennedy. Six weeks later the electoral has been led to be-
Imagine that If our plan is liance. This was the natal to refrigerate the complex they sensed that all Far removed from strife as that Gainesville might try whole world was shocked by lieve that the continuance of
not accepted it will constitutea for De Gaulle's sharp reminder argument and heal NATOs things had worked togetherfor we now are, perhaps it appears Christmas decorations In his untimely death.It certain military InstallationsIs
major defeat for Washington to the Germ a n f at growing rift The three blind good even as promised. that these words of the July? Are they trying to be seems that many times known to have felt three
and a victory for, para Strasbourg mice might well forget their They were to have another Second Amendment to tht the first? If so, just leave we do not ihow our love ind years ago that the Brooklyn
doxically, both Paris i and The U.S.A. Insists acceptance present obsessions and recall testing winter. But they knew Constitution of the Unit id them up all year around. appreciation: for someone, until Navy Yard should be closed
their States have long been ant J.quate i J. Christmas Is a wonderful after they have died. down
Moscow. of MUF. would be a what happened to progenitors they would not starve Stephen but his proposal to do
step Insuring against atomic in the nuritry So they gave thanks to God THE BRITISH mouse, findIng proliferation flu t the barn rhyme. for survival and for the hopeof elapsed since the British I occur In December, not October small pittance and today it Kennedy.
itself quite destitute, Is Intent door Is being shut after enduring. Isles were facing Imminent and November. By the Is loved by ail The first anniversary NOTHING HAS BEEN said
I on three objectives. It the horses have pushed fled. There Already, there were many of Invasion by the Naxies. A substantial time December get here of Mr. Kennedy's ss yet as to what will be done
wants to dump Its expensive were only three nuclear the small awkward ships on portion of the defenseof these decorations are g 01 I ng death Is here. Then are me- with the billion dollars that Is
atomic arsenal such a way ers when M.L.F. was pow.con- the unknown seas. They were Britain fell upon the shoulder \ to seem like old stuff morials being erected the lo be laved by Secretary Mc
| that lssije: primarily ceived; now there are five. Food Funds packed with men women and of the Home Guard, Why can't we celebrate world over for him. Namara when! the shutd e w n
I burden ofits How can Washington bop e children coming to "the new a hastily recruited militia Thanksgiving tint and then As we approach the new of bases Is completed. But it
upkttp. It eppestiFranct's some day to integrate' SWIM world." largely armed with sporting plunge wholeheartedly I ate year rosy we all say and do Is already apparent that the
dream of coordinating or Swedish atomic arsenals Go To firearms, and charged to protect the Christmas season* good deeds toward our fellow money will be used elsewhereIn
continental Europe and Into an M.L,P. or Indian or ASD'HE:' any means of giving Germany Israeli Or how can Washington there would be plenty of seed italetpadvlsed. people ire reminded of It the gone and won't know aboutit. Thus In Ocober 19(3 the personnel -
a nuclear volet. make a pact with Mos Vole DrivePHlLADELPHIABy corn. It was the Indian maize legislation restricting sooner people will start spending I in the military services -
The US. which favors nationalism cow excluding other powers which built America along I l the possession money on Christmas gifts. BESSIE REDDY \ got a |i billion pay raise,
as a concept f e f from the nuclear club ind at ,se sew vwe tie,.. with the at and the stout heart and in October 1964 they received
North America and Eastern the sum time deal Franc I k Ip- And corn was In the prayers another $201 million In
Europe, la wedded to the and China In? ping upper recently, the students of thanksgiving offered on that POTOMAC FEVERBy pay increases. The Secretary
mystical Ides of Western European M.LF. pretends both to give at Bryn Mawr and Ha- day.One plans to ask for a quarter-billion -
Integration. Caulllst Germany atomic power aid verford Colleges of the Philadelphia of the major entries in JACK UILSOX, Cowles Washington Bureau dollars more In pay for
France opposes Integral t 11 n, not to give Germany atomic Main Line railed I their Journal was of November Die military this year So al
whether European or Atlantic power. And the French are more than 5)00 for a voter 15. 1620This: day found For sale or lease: Shipyards in Brooklyn.) :!. Y. and Portsmouth, N. IL of this srxaued! wings wilt
and worships at national\ equally dishonest by pretendIng registration campaign In Mississippi heaps of sand newly padded Suitable for producing battleships, aircraft carriers, and Republican votes. be offset by DeW expenditures.
ism's altar, The Germans to give priority to "Eu with their (Indian) hand, military It .b e salutary development
are caught between. ropean" defense while offering which they (the Pilgrim) One thing about cloning alt : It makes them avail of course to have the
Their Defense Minister I no formula for it live At Bryn Mawr It was reported digging up. found in their di. able for the antl-pourt campaign-along with 63,000 new client. people told that their Dtftnst -
Von Hissel 'waota It get availability of their atomic that about $300 was verve faire. Indian baskets Department really
France Into M.LF. I In exchange widow's mite controlled b J raised In rebates on meals I filled with corn and some in The order to clone! the Navy showed up a bad lag io com- thmks i in terms of efficiency
for Washln&toneld- the Ely,.. alone and In contributions from ean faire and good of divert munications. The White House still hasn't found out who was' elected Senator and not of waste or political
hog its veto power ,ever that thoM students who did tat at colleun which seemed In New York.Prnldent preferment! But there Is a I lot
navy's ultimate use. He also THE GERMANS. want to UM college! that evening.Haverford to them a very goodly night mow proof needed before e
wants land-based missiles In insure that nuclear! weapons students Slid I hiveing never seen any sue b Johnson promUw a frugal bb t t. That's the new fad i I. White convincing COM win be made
Germany. He has received a would be used Immediately I they raised between $23 and before ," Ilou e entertainment-dancing the frugaL that public funds are aol be-
promise of the latter but the If they art attacked. They S30. This Included a rebate It has been 343 ,ran since log used for political purposes
U.S.A. wont relinquish Iti can get no such guarsnt e o( about U cents to each student that tint Thanksgiving. And Rep. Adam Clayton Powell fa fighting arrest It's a queer law: You can't arrest Tae muck of the people's
veto and France won't Join from Washington which would who skipped supper and now a peat rich powerul a congressman while Congress is in session-and when it isn't he's not manes already baa been spentto
ML.F. control both M.L.F and Per contributions of $1 each iron and com: '::;abl. rut,.>c 1 a doing any real harm. \ gas the support needed ta
Von Hassel's predeces e r, illing missiles In Iht Bone M of about 131 students who troubled wend!; i' pea; j ta particular dates \to wa elee-
thopoUUcily' p e e fill l Republic throujl an electron didn't. humility and strength. Washington version: It Is better U give than to receive. It's also deductible. UOM.


\ T1upley! ,November. .28._1954 Gatneivllf_Sun 5*

Federal Reserve Action Paves Way

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For Bank Savings Interest Rise "

Nrni lark (Fimra fit to the public of government tain special types of corporateand of New Jersey. Scaled upward ;
NEW YORK The First actions announced Monday. The local government depositsbut from it are the rates paid by .a .
National Bank here announced government measures were an holding the line on regular other business borrowers. 1':'
Tuesday it will raise to 4 per increase in the Federal Reserve savings accounts Citing the cost increases that ''I" R
cent from JH per cent the In- leading rate to commercial Speculation tinged with wishful -would result from paying more ,'\"
terest it pays on money on deposit banks to 4 per cent from 3H thinking abounded in bank for time and savings deposits ...
In savings accounts for per cent and rises in the fed- Ing circles Tuesday that banks' bankers said pressure to hoist
less than one year eral interest rate ceilings on'loan rates to business would I the prime rate would develop.
The Chase Manhattan Bank commercial banks' savings and move up soon But for the moment I One experienced Wall Street ii''t
and other leading commercial time deposits. at least, none of the usual banker speculated that, without
banks here were expected to Continuing at 4 per cent is pace setters appeared willing to I announcing an Increase In the "'&"./,. '
match the Increase, producing the maximum rate commercial announce a boost in the so-I prime rate, banks would attempt ,0. ,u. .. X
greater earnings on well over I banks may pay on money in called prime rate. It has been to put one into effect as
one million savings accounts. I savings accounts for a year or 4<4 per cent since August 1960, they negotiated loans with in- "'
City Bank's announcement more Raised on Monday to that The prime rate Is the interest dividual borrowers. \. 0'
marked the first tangible bene'rate from 3H per cent was the rate charged to banks' biggestand No general increases in Installment ty
limit on Interest on savings deposits most credit-worthy borrowers and mortgage! loan
Cut Shipping of less than a year. such as American Telephone I rates were anticipated Traditionally .
Into Cuba When the split a rate of 3H : and Telegraph Companyor these 'sticky' rates ",11II'o
and 4 per cent was put into ; the Standard 01 Company are _the ,last to _change 'I, }
MIAMI, Fla AP) effect by government agencies .' %
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to Cuba from Western countries nearly three years ago com
Is reported decreasing. I mercial banks rushed to offer'
An anti-Castro organization those rates. Instead of the low OHOPltravel service
that keeps check on movementsof er ones that had prevailed.
vessels to Cuban ports listed Many later regretted their I ...-
only 23 flying Communist haste. I t:' Pla"t"e G.ribbe.ewk.r
flags] In October as against 44 This week, however there I ,.ca lF ..*,How.lir In M*..nmoar..MI M..IM
last month 51 In August, and 70 were preliminary signs that ._ .' wd.r ... ..., N
in April 1963. bankers around the nation l I World Travel .u, .Nlcel I w.... ...." hrServke :
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against such traffic was credited time Major banks in San' 101 W UNIV.: *.e he10'
for the decline by the exile Francisco Los A n gel 1 e s and'' fR :464l ; .
group, Revolutionary Unity Pittsburgh announced they
Movement. were Increasing rates on ccr-I ,

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UJOffifn Luncheon Bridal I

to look for thisburton.

fiDO THE GivenContinuing e .

the pre nuptl a I
larties for Miss Jane Bin 1 gram -
whose marriage to George! I
fchildge of Middletown N. J"I
f illllY ANKSG WING will be solemnized Saturday ati I c
0 p.m. in the University Methodist
Church, a luncheon was ) !
Ruth WelmerWomen's given Wednesday by Mrs. G. H.
Editor Boutelle, who entertained at her Dell
r ; home. I
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r Pink and white camellias In

MadrigalDinner ni A Litany Joy a silver basket for the formed luncheon the table centerpiece '"(O't'GRAOE',of I

and pink chrysanthemums and
camellias were used throughout It's yourguarantee
the house.
For the gift of life in this wonderful world; for days of health, and Luncheon guests included the of chicken
for nights of quiet sleep, bride 0 to be, her mother, Mrs.N. .

Guests We thank Thee, our Father E. Bingham: Mrs. A. T I J
Schildge of Middletown, N. J., -VVbUU
For the beautiful face of the year; for the glory of the seasons and 1ti mother of the bridegroom-elect:
A number of out of town the sure and bountiful harvests, Mrs. J. C. Dickinson III and Vyotrcan tastetuthe
guests will attend the Madrigal Miss Marl Bingham, sisters of i
We thank
Dinner 0 Concerts Monday and Thee, our Father the honoree; Mrs J. H l III 1 i i I. difference!
Tuesday evenings when the For our homes and our friends, for the humble, the faithful, end the Miller, Mrs Leon Henders 0 n,
Gainesville Woman's Club gives loving people of the world, Mrs. Joseph Leps and Dr. Eleanor
its traditional holiday programat Bode Browne.
the club house to open! the We thank Thee, our Father ---- -

Yuletide Season. Sr. For the faith that makes us faithful, for Thy gifts to every child of
Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Mamas
will have as their guests lor earth, for the privilege of sharing and helping others to obtain their wr I
the affair Dr. and Mrs. Harry shore of Thy bounty,

Mixon of Valdosta! Ga. We thank Thee, our Father
Guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lynn
Ten Eyck will be their daugh- For the good at heart of our world, for the faith In the eternal
ter, Mrs. L P. Brewer Jr., and Goodness, for all the gladness of life, and for the heart's assurance r "
Mr, Brewer, Key West; their of Life Eternal in Thee, .
son, Lynn Ten Eyck Jr and
Mrs, Ten Eyck Jacksonville? We bless Thee, and thank Thee, O God of our joy. i

Beach, and the latter mother,
Mrs. William Wolfe of Neptune I ,r J
Beach. ,, t ty.
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Flowers
of Jacksonville will be guests of 1 t
Mr. and Mrs. John McDaniels re
j and Mrs W. I... Baynard of St. } r
Petersburg and formerly of
Gainesville, will be the guest of
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Edwards .
Harry Wylie of Glasgow, Scotland -
will be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs Rae 0. Welmrr
Mr. and Mrs Leslie N. Carterof
Daytona Beach will attend
with their daughter Mrs. Dean ,j

The Oitrandcr Carters and, who Mr c to r ;./ ;::]

spend Thanksgiving with their
daughter and family, will stay 'j
over for the Monday evening fff ileJ _" AFTER THANKSGIVING
Mrs. Edwards, ticket chairman
concerts, has announced that TODAY, November ZI Stag party complimenting eon, George Schildge Mr. and I For CHRISTMAS
all tickets for Monday have Wedding of Miss Judith George Schildge of Middle- Mrs. A. T. Schlldge of Mid-
been sold Some 100 are avail Gayle BtMley, daughter o I town, N.J., J. C; DiuunsonIII. dletown N.J., Lamplighter / 'Everyone will n0y| a Gift eFFlorida .
able for the Tuesday dinner Mr;. and Mrs C. W. Beasley Swan Lake.Bridesmaids Room, Howard Johnson's. of' L from Cross Sunihint Crmk lent 20 di'telly orilucceuful /
concert. I Sr, and Grover L. Ford of luncheon for 7 t'r.. fruit ih ppmg' guor.onttti v .
Jack'soncille, son 01( Mn Miss Jane Bingham .bride- SATURDAY November 21 i qualry, Look for the
Thomas Cook and Grover I.. elect of George S chi i 11 d ge, Coffee honoring Miss Ilona famous Croit Creek" bra"d. ONE GROUP, WAS 5.99-7.99,
Zeta Tau Alpha Ford Sr:of Oklahoma City, Middletown, N.J., 2 p. m, Bergman, fiancee of Joseph '
Alums to Meet ] p.m., Flea I Methodist Mrs. Leon Henderson and her Ernest Parker of Cocea CROSS CREEK 'GROVES NOW 2.00
Church daughter Miss Elma Henderson
I Cocoa Beach, 10 a.m. until
i Plans for a Christmas party .FRIDAY, November 27' 1524 NW Twelfth Road. noon, Mrs. Richard I P. P.O. Box 101, Island Groves ONE GROUP, WAS
+ December 9 were made by Linen shower to fete Miss Rehearsal dinner honoring Schmidt, 700 SW 27th Street, / Phone 466-3410 / NOW 4.00
Zeta Tau alumnae during re- Beth Meadows, bride-elect of Miss Jane Bingham and their Golfvlew. G. H. (Hugh) Williams, Owner ii
cent meeting at the home of Bennie Shelton Boyles, 8 p.m. 4 ONE GROUP, WAS 159922.99, .

Mrs party Richard will be P.held Schmidt at the The VF Miss MIss Yancy Shirley Harris Hardmson at and thelatter' I Calendar Of Events I / died Delicious'display frut"jaim, marmaladti'In BtIk. jtllits.Lind.can..Sour ,.'
Chapter house with membersof home 1210 NW,Third ,Dt. Start bfg nnmg Nov tyya!
the active chapter. Avenue 30 ( J BETTER HATS Vi PRICE
TODAY, November 21 .
Dedication ,
ceremonies for
Colfax Rebekah No ., ...I FLOOR
Lodge the
lowman new Myra Terwillger Elementary '
By '/ Millinery Shop-1"
2, Thanksgiving social and School, 4 p.m.. \ -_. \ "' IU
I game party, a p.m., Odd Fel School Cafctorlum Open! tothe ;.; "
lows Temple. IIf I
Why/ Grow :FRIDAY, November 27 public _

Gainesville B rid g e Club, .,
I lam., Holiday Inn.
Luncheon honoring Miss' # *ta sf "

Old? 0 I noon Karen, Miss Rosen Cindy of "BauitMtcm Savannah,, ; V s could innkq/a it /

Gainesville Golf and Country .
Club 8pmSadie I : .
We all have so much to be thankful for, whether we are Hawkins party feting zfifl1)C1'1't11 coi.tomf'Beautifully ;
In the midst of a family group or alone I wonder what you Miss Karen Rosen of Savannah THE .
would put at the top of your list I hardly know where to pm.. Miss Margaret
begin. Stryker, 1(03 SW Fourth t TOM DOBSON AGENCY ,
Place. 1O1' OIl1Vas
I am so grateful for those 1 love and thone who love me. SATURDAY, November 27 Is Pleased To Announce -
1 am thankful for my good health and the fun I get out Dedication ceremonies for MRS. MARGARET G. CORAM
of life Good health makes it easier to be happy and causes the new Sigma Chi Fraternity Is Now Associated With The

life to move along smoothly. chapter house: 10 a.m., 1 Fra- Agency as Saleslady *
I am thankful for the work I have to do and for the ternity Row.SUNDAY fr You, Moon Reel l l>t<(
way It brings me into contact with ao many thousands of November 21 N..4-C,11 M 2-147 Hoe et
wonderful people. Gainesville Chapter 44.
OES, Memorial 'Service, 3 2908 NW. 13th St. t f '
I'm thankful for my readers and the stimulation and p.m. Masonic Temple., r e
warmth and humor and drama which their letters bring me. ;
I am thankful that I live In a country of plenty and opportunity
; where there Is freedom of speech and action and
religion and enterprise, where the standards of living are ao "hiPVI'

high. 6')1 .

I am grateful for the beautiful world with Its oceans and WI
rivers and lakes, with Its mountains and valleys, its flowers LADIES SHOE CLEARANCEGROUPS I ri 1 t,.1 ;k
and birds, Its snow and sunshine, its wind and dew for %
all of the terrific variety In beauty with which nature
charms us. I / : : '
Te put It simply, I am thankful to be alive, and I hope
you ire, too. 6 .. r'
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Hay Williams ol Gainesville and his paternal grandparents Hundreds of Pain!" to Choose from MEN-Evans
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November 26, 1964 Gamtivillo Sun 7A

brought the ranch two years !I

Vacation ago from Texas Christian University ''I
HouseY for $ 00.000. NOW

Miss Lulu Haywood last
ERNEST STROMBERGER survivor of three of
dock. daughters
there is a small wooden I OPEN
Associated Press Writer of the the ranch owner willed the y
The land fronts on one
KINGSLAND, Tex. (API small coves in the Sunrise I property for a Christian "?
Johns n'. LBJ church youth camp near the "
resident 0 Beach area, where the John : AND
anch, 25 miles south of here, sons also own several other ranch. The university derided I'' P
to sell the ranch and I
as a rival for the Summer lots accepted

U'hite House and'the rival 5 The Johnsons also own an the $500.000 bid. F-i 111 SHIPPING!

as an annex Interest in several hood red The ranch supports Here I f

The rival Is a modest white acres of the rocky, scrub- I ford and Angus cattle sheep ,

'frame house on the Haywood I brush land south of the lake, I and goats It also Is one of Cartons of NAVEL ORANGES,

ranch near Kingsland on the "h Including 150 acres which has the area's best spots for deer I II SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUITALL =

Llano River, and I Its annex is 'if e 1 I been divided into two to hunting.

[a small lake cottage several 5.005115 ; seven.acre 'rancheltes" selling I PRICES -

miles down the Granite Shoals from' 1500 up. The property -
lake. r flr la advertised under the ElectricalLighting W. Also Hove Deluxe Boxes

The river's name is a Span. name of "Comanche Ranch- "Just A Nice Sunday Drive"

ish word meaning plains or ettes" and has not been a To I1..
seller since introduced last
prairie pronounced "yahn-o big fixtures

Most Texans, however, call it month. Johnson's name is not C Rttldefltlol CommtrclolInduitrlol THE ORANGE SHOP

the "lan-o." used In the advertising .

The two retreats have attracted =
Paid $500.000 CALL Citra, Florida ;

family during the President most daylight and his -------lNi requests for : fI1r ..- ::d1l''i.t!' L1.51 1 The 4,500 acre ranch has C. P. Dressler ,. 0. Box 12S
a peaceful lake
Another reason Johnson'sname who she respects John .
hours on two recent weekend about one half mile fronting 15
visit are !in vain. la not used in advertising son's attempts at privacy and Electricol Contractor
Texas. on the Llano, which at that
trips On to one of the trips, Johnson "People see the helicopters I Is that many lakefront refuses to answer newsmen's point Is a part of the lake Phone FR 64193 Sun Want Ad Get Results '':"

strode from the plane coming and there are 50 bolt residents respect his wishes I questions about her famous The Johnsons and Mour and coo ".W. 4ttt Jt.
In front of his for neighbor. She politely refers --..
place by the privacy ---
which brought him from
Washington and bypassed the time the helicopters land," One exception was a San i newsmen to persona she termed .

said Bill Douthit, whose lodge Antonio man, who advertisedhis "the President's hench-
LBJ ranch to hop on a Is across the Llano from the Sunrise Beach property as men" naming A. W. Mour- s
waiting helicopter bound for Haywood ranch. overlooking the Johnson cot sund of Johnson City, trusteeof

the lake retreat many Johnson hold 1 ID I.,
Peaceful Visit The boaters form a convoy tage. "
Johnsons have used the behind the big cruiser as It "He got about 25 or M calls and Jesse Kellam of Austin, QuallCraft v; .

two Central Texas lake houses zips around the lake and the a day about the place," a Sun. manager of the Johnson. television romance you with the star '1"/. / .'

almost unnoticed for sever a 1 two secret service patrol rise. Beach resident Mid! station. + } "

years, except when publicity boats that Hay behind the "None of the callers admitted No Signs A ,Y "t + touched dust of fUttrnngly'

cruiser ,are kept busy try. that the Johnson angle was +
accompanied the 1961 visitsof The Sunrise Beach cottage,
log to cut off boaters the were feminine .evening ihotw. Here ewe I
Bashir Ahmad, the Pakistani any who reason they Interest. an unfinished modern style

camel driver who was try to approach the presidential ed, but the calls dropped off one-story house on short '"' from our purlr.time CollectionS

Johnson's guest on a nation. craft. when he took out the refer- piers( aita on a 50x240 foot S

w .'. tour and Pakistan 'President Despite the stir the President ence to lot with nothing but underground I / O where you'll nee exciting ihaping,

Mohammad Ayub Khan. causes with his visits, local Respect Privacy cable signs to Indicate h/1e'1.] taU or -mall, in feitiT

Now, however, J t h nsun' businessmen haven't followed Most Sunrise Beach residents I it Is used by the President. 5

the practice of Johnson follow the practice of : The home is just a few colon and milrriali that put you

ORDINANCE NO Kit City, Stonewall and othtr one of Johnson's where
nejghbors. I steps from the lake, T
'N etl in a mood tn dance all night
or IIDEWALKI ON nearby areas which have
N PUBLIC WAYS OK |AS(. sprinkled highways with signs ti ,5 THI SHOIS WITH THI
.NSC" THI CITY AND F0! advising tourists of their connections I

0" SPECIAL .ASSESSMENT "We've got a letter from the !!, NOW 'TIL CHRISTMAS; I f
White House saying the PresIdent
HIIYl PRESCRIilNO TH ( I thru 9 .m9 199
Monday Saturday o p
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Oil PROVIDING THIS' ORDINANCE 1'0' "UILIe". .100 his name In advertising, butwe're )1 1)i 'Jws"iJ si J"iwi)j 45
all ,
IN(4 A PUBLIC HEARING THERE so busy we can't geta
I'11IT quorum to do business," "Take My Hand, I'll
,10 Oil THE CITY' 0" G.INISVILLI' Kingsland Chamber of Commerce Walk With You !" r++ 'i' t
1. lldewolU ore hereby or1dIt a
secretary I treasurer
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8A ..,. Sun Thursday. November .., 1964

I TV Viewers Must Have Their Hero Larger Than LifeEDITOR'S

( NOTE-No mat more meaningful dramatic fare lawyer with Perry Mason's traps," he said recently. or Napoleon Solo with real-life lion survival race because its To students of television's an effort to woo the audience
ter what they lay they want, the but the all-Important ratings courtroom savvy or the integrity "You've got to know how to set character!, even though realistic hero was hardly the weekly heroes It is interestingthat There remain some brave adventurers -
television audiences really .go indicate that' in spite of critical and dedication of the Pres- up an actor how to make him amused or attracted by them. lovable type and Its themes two programs with lovable In television who keep
for adventure, action and demand, audience interest. I la tons. We would all appreciate a :were scarcely those to make a psychiatrists as heroes had trying to avoid the weekly hero
cape. That'i what makes t ese !lacking. doctor with Ben Casey'a skills look attractive and you've got It la almost a paradox that housewife forget her dishpan short lives simply because psychiatry cliche..
problem finding ..I .farm David Susskind, a prominent and Dr. Kildare'i high-minded to work fast because heroes television's more sensational hands or her husband that big involving a long-term,I There are actually very few
that can produce t weekly producer, recently pinpointed concept of his role as healer. become cliches of themselvesvery commercial goofs have followedits order he lost In the afternoon. talky treatment, failed to lend dynamic occupations sulUbls
hero.) the dilemma: But the television audience quickly." I most sincere attempts to Television' history indicates itself to the popular form. for a weekly hero. Few profes-
'It's the formula calling for a knows the vast difference between In the world of television, the bring realism and a fresh approach that, no matter what individuals There could be no quick clean- sions and jobs deal routinely
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP weekly hero," he complained television's dramatic ultimate fate of a cliche Is a I to the Uvlng-r 0 n m,insist they like, the dramatic cut cures, no satisfactory dramatic with life and death, the ituff
Television-Radio Writer during a radio discussion of make-believe and harsh reality. often misguidedlycalled screens. One of last season's shows they watch with the upheavals, to compare from which melodrama la spun.
NEW YORK (API The television's problems. "He can Therein lies the problem for spoof most dramatic failures was greatest enjoyment are adven- with the sudden solution to a Thus television seems stuck
epidemic of comedy programs, be anything. He can be a lawyer serious dramatists: the public satire. Thus Law, this,"season whose I"East Side, West Side," whose II ture, action and escape. The heroes murder, the healing power of Inevitably and indefinitely witha
lightly diluted by melodrama, In 'Perry Mason,' in 'The Defenders demand for pure entertainmentand ,we find "Burke's is weekly hero was a prickly impressed they Identify with are the the surgeon's knife or that final succession of doctors lawyers
which currently Infects network .' He can be a doctor In escape. principal character a larger-Is social worker confrontIed invlncible-and attractive-nun shoot-out In front of the cow- cope and cowboys of an
television's evening schedules! Is 'Ben Casey' or 'Dr. Kildare: Ke Sheldon Reynolds, who from ,not than-life only police an Indomitable officer crime and constantly widespread by social such vexing I of action.In I town saloon. old West that never existed.
probably more a reflection of,can be any kind of a protagonist 1950 through 1951 produced one solver but a'rich gay blade as as Inadequate housing problems, racial spite of all the jokes that; Thus network television has, Story lines may not be fresh,,
mass audience taste than a plot,but he must appear every week. of the most successful television :well. In "The Man From dlscrimlnatl I on and Juvenile mass audience Insists that Perry for the most'part, turned to the characters may be overblown
by Industry mastcrmmis. He must be the recurring treat series In history "Foreign UN.C.LE." there is a super. delinquency. Mason win his cases and that melodrama and forthright action and overdrawn, but the
Obviously there are many I that they like and Identify Intrigue" has his own theory spy engaging In super-cloak- most of Ben Casey's patients adventure stories like I audience allows them living-
producers and writers who with." about creating weekly hero. ind-dagger adventures. Nobody Whatever Its Intention, "East pull through their assorted ailments I"Voyage to the Bottom of the room space once a week -and
would like to turn out heavier,,-I Everyone would like to have .1 'You've.t. to avoid the aver-would confuse-Amos Burke Side, West Side"i lost the televi to live happily ever after. Sea" and "12 O'clock High" In:that's...the important thing.






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_pnvicts Hold Hostages in Coal Mine Have Grievances Aired I disciplinary mom bearing: the miners the committee signed went back agree to

ROS, Tenn (AP) Coal I !their complaints about man sidle corrections commissioner dais learned of It six hours later 1 t I Inside the mine, the convicts dynamite.*" I a window Avery and the four I the ,mountain to their fellow
prisoners who warned service and other grievances, a Avery said the grievance about noon, when no more told their hostages, "We won't As Avery and Warden John'prisoners Lloyd Ryland,IonICts, and shortly after midnight -
1.' osta'es Ih re'. nobody I disciplinary committee to investigate -hearings would start today at coal came to the entrance of the harm a hair on your head, said Wlnsett went to the floodlit mine('James Coins Jerry Atkins and, the loaded cable can returned -
[out over that dynamite," rules Infractions and a the prison in the Cumberland(shaft. one of the foremen, Thomas L. entrance, about 170 prison Richard Tucker signed an with the prisoners.
I' a rebellion early today at promise of no punishment for Mountains of Tennessee. The convicts! sent word over I Harney, M. Also held were Roy guards stood by Four of the'agreement Mure than 600 other In their prisoners cells
Mountain State Prison their sitdown."Fm I The rebellion began soon after'I the mine telephone that they Thompson, (1, and William M.I convicts talked to the officials Avery agreed that rules goy remained throughout quietly the aitdown.
> mine foremen held cap- tremendously happy that I the prisoners rode the cable wanted to talk to Avery, a postal Edmonds, 51 tat the entrance and returned to ernlng mail would not violate .
[Underground for 18 hours,I we were able to end this In a I cart three-fourths of a mile up Inspector, a newsman and a, "They had dynamite down their companions, who named I postal laws, and promised to i, moms are shooting Call
134 prisoners were re-1-comparatively short time and the mountain Wednesday and lawyer. By highway patrol car, below us," said Harnry, 'and four others to go to the prisonfor discipline employe 'orras magnificent condor
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, November 26, 1964

Why Are ..' ....; .. Tile Costliest Building in the Nation I I IBy

''I .'" '' ; GEOFFREY GOULD I The main entrance, pillaredand $95 million more than the estimate

s x r w WASHINGTON (AP) What. Soon HouseCongressmen Romanesque, is flanked by I in 1962. The figure Includes -
TeachersRebelling may be the costliest building in; ,,two huge statues One, a seated land, foundations, furniture
: the nation -the Rayburn House I gentleman with a sword, Is and the like.
Office Building Is about to called "Majesty of be law:" I Associated with it Is a $7.7
By K. HODENFIELD open for business. The other, a mother figure with million subway train system to
WASHINGTON" (AP)' Ediicatlon'g t _. 4.r child at her knee, is named the block
I Although the cost Is estimatednow The Rayburn Building, named carry congressmen
f problems were easy to x at $88.1 million, another for the late Speaker Sam Ray "spirIt' of Justice. from the building to the Capitol
solve In Colonial America. If
I needed teacher limply 135.7 million is being spent for burn, has a 80 by 20-foot swimming In the lobby Is a place for a $117 million for property acquisition
you a you related construction. This three sculptured plaque of Rayburn.: nearby, new underground
pool, a gymnasium,
went down to the docks and
brings the total to more than levels of underground parkingand I Cost of the plaque, according to parking garages, and the remodeling
I from bought off an incoming ship : $122 million. handsome three-room office the architect of the Capitol: of the existing two buildings

i :By comparison, the Pentagon, suites for 169 representatives. $35,000 .
The of the Indentured
! day completed In 1943, cost $752 They will choose offices In Big as it Is, the Rayburn
servant out a term of
virtual slavery working in the New million. New York's Empire January on a seniority [basis Building Is shaded by the Pentagon New Clerk
State Building cost $42 million, The other representatives across the Potomac as far
World, are long gone. But manyof -j Chicago's Merchandise Mart will remain' In the two earlier as office space goes. .But the TALLAHASSEE (APJack)
teachers believe their
today's cost $32 million and the United buildings, which( are being remedied cost is another matter. 'Wheeler of Fort Lauderdalehas
status has not improved much Nations buildings In New York to provide each member The Capitol Architect's Office talken over as new circuit

over the centuries. cost $72 million. with a three-room suite he Is J. George Stewart a court clerk In Broward County,
And this Is the basic cause of The last congressional office I The new" building covers a former congressman, and he Is succeeding Ola May Oldham, resigned

the teacher rebellion sweeping building to. be completed, the two-block area across from the not an architect says the The appointment was
the nation the growing conviction 1951 Senate Office Building, costa Capitol and sprawls down the present estimated cost of the made Tuesday by Gov. Farris
of teachers that they will _Rayburn Office Building with Independence Avenue in foreground. mere $212 million.) I side of Capitol Hill. building HQ 4 million Is Bryant.
be treated as second-!
always ---- ----- -- ---- -
class citizens unless they take
matters into their own hands.
Oklahoma Is a case in point. Poverty FundsTo

Last Nov. :J, Oklahoma voters
rejected four statewide propositions More Than Money People Are Our Business

dealing with education Fla. :.
I .
One would have provided a Agencies I...

teacher salary increase. I. .

Oklahoma teachers reactedby I TAMPA AP) -Two agencies: 'tempting for students to abandon I
taking a one-day "profes have a total of $880,000 federal I their education for the sake .
sional holiday" and carrying funds to spend In Florida in the of getting on a payroll i

their protest to the legislature. war on poverty program. I .
Unless the state government Suncoast's project director,
acts on their behalf they may I The Hillsborough County Thomas P. Hardeman, said the
strike late this school year, or school department has received grant his nonprofit group re -4
boycott the classrooms next fall $825,000 for a program to keep celved was "the beginning of as
The starting salary far a youngsters In school by providing many programs as our Imagination .
teacher in Oklahoma Is $3,800 a parttlme jobs for them. Sun. and creativity will allowus.
coast Progress Inc. of St.Petersburg ."
year. The average salary is $5,-
got 103,000 to draft
a com
160 33rd in the 60 states.
True this is for a nine-month I munity.action program. I Egg Market

school year. But teachers point In Tampa and other Hills
out that they are expected to go borough County schools, offl JACKSONVILLE (AP) The
to college during he summer dais said 2,000 yungsters were Northeast Florida Egg Market

months, and better pay dependson expected to be working by Jan. prices to retailers:
advanced preparation 1 at such tasks as teachers' assistant .
Extra large 42V48, mostly
"How about a young man maintenance aide, libar
47; large 39ta-46, mostly 42-44
starting out?" asks Oliver Ian and mechanic at 75 cents to Medium 32-3C, mostly 34-36;;

Hodge, state superintendent of $1.25 an hour. small 28.34, mostly 30-34.

schools in Oklahoma. The Idea Is to make it less Poultry at farms fryers 14.
"How does he pay his rent ;-

and his grocery bill on $3,800 al j
year before deductions I
just don't see how he can do It I

"I'm afraid we're In for plenty Heash .
of trouble if something substantial r
Isn't done for our teach
ers." I casuals r
Oklahoma also points up the 4 tit any ;

fact that there Is a teacher atxkingN

shortage In a nation with an ,4 {

abundant supply of teachers. '
"Last year, Oklahoma institutions N
awarded teaching certiflcates .

.to 6.008 young men and
women," Hodge said in an in
I I II FInns
tervlew ;
"But at most boo of these

young people became teachers ,
In Oklahoma. The others went:I

to other states to teach, or entered llll
some other field" i + IlI /, tI 1w
Salaries are the major factorIn
the teacher rebellion, but
there are many others: I
The struggle between the

American Federation of Labor,' .: .
AFL-CIO, and the Natlonaal Education I d
+1t;'+'. uu"nuuiai111 (1"1lL'CJ1iliLilGlGfliC"it'w .
Association. The NEA, a
... .,'
which .
I 1 i !!
abhors teacher unions, has be-i i
I z
militant in .. .
come increasingly .; "" "
recent years to combat the appeal ., 'f' .j'7rwYrr: ?
of the AFL. .
-The "new breed" of teachers -

better prepared, younger,
and Including a larger a ad ':
tion of men Oklahoma propor-I The warmth of family and friends the spiritual
highest level of professional
preparation in the nation; even 1 '. .

in rural areas virtually every : of house of the of living'in
teacher has a college degree I guidance our worship security,

-A changing society with a
for brains. It used
new to be respect that if a teacher didn't' a fine community. the abundance and richnessof

want to teach, he probably took a
a blue-collar job; today his college -

degree Is much in demandIn where live and and
other fields our great country, we may worship

NEXT Politics.

Local Citizens vote as we please. for all this and much more we offer

In Meet On
'thanks. From all of us at the Florida National to'our
Judicial System I

I Relax. and with. t

Frank TALLAHASSEE Green, Howard- Hall Alonzo, and your shoes on/ l loyal friends and customers a happy and .healthy Jhanksv \I

John Paul Jones, Gainesville, v K: *
Newbern SummerUn, Newberry, fnrym, kites, a tonforlible shoe. Hurt 1ush : :' :: :N : 3 o; ,
PuPIl,,* citiuli |o OM step Art .r. Steel ., .. I,
and Judge Theron A. Yawn, shame an eirstul ly hmjfWtij to yaw par d giving. > '., ,
Starke, will participate In a Mush ruppits MUM Pw way Jail fit .... .. fJ
extra meal comfort wittioiitucnfkmi ..d.?.!If' .. i fI
and .
support awa..Iw r "
three lay conference of lead- important loot support M that s 'Ne '*a e.ue"ea tuwe 'I."i '.JII Ill... ).;.> '.' J' :
ing Florida citizens In Jacksonville inly hut (IK story I ..:;;,., ...,. .: .
December ).S, 1964, to OJ'rM-_-." 0 wllli we ItO IMit ..:.< ,r. : rJffr : ':
study and make recommendations CJm wrt ln<........,0 ,ol-uHtl* *M> '1\r. ..''ff''> \Ir *.-'. '" '1Iv1ll& r'iJ"tJ I
INt'//,!n".'" : ..;" '" '' .
the selection '
.. .
for Improving \ ; .. .
discipline, removal and retirement No "break In""Just ww 'tmlHUSH .i:
of Judges in Florida. ; ; 'It
The Citizens' Conference onFlorida' PUPPIES) from Yotrg.Wf r "
'' SEE OUR hIG :
Sml'i about $7$9to >
Judicial System is being Loci,,, 11 Cr W."'i 5os'l to AD IN THIS FLORIDA fLr' )
sponsored by The FloridaBar 14 (about $9$Ill SUNDAY'S ,
statewide organization of I
lawyers and Judges, In cooperation MEN'S 0 WOMEN t
with the Florida Council of GOLF SHOES .. I I
100, American Judicature Society I
and the Joint Committee for About $12 to $14 '

the Effective Administration of S B.L SHOE DEPT. e I: NATIONAL
Justice. r
Conferees will probe the In r:: : : \ .

adequacies of Florida's present ar.s.
judicial system and offer solutions '
for improvement. Lawyersand ...
judges from Florida and : BANK AT GAINESVILLE Do c.
otter states will participate as f
moderators and speakers to provide ft 1 u
Information on Florida's ....
and the 'DeS STatg wrni Aga[ ry..e rl MEMBER FLORIDA. NATIONAL OUPq 31. BANKS ..
judicial machinery
In tse dais aasrr.4 ceeu .b 1 ,) ** .l, v.
progress of judicial reform : tsoa woofs. wsae .snort '. % a.
other states but conference deliberations d PENSACOLA TO KEY WEST MEMBER F.D.I.CIDA Cn.
and recommendations I .
will be reserved to the CENTRAL CHAtGl 8-L CHARGI-LAYAWAY i n.h
ton lawyer citizens participation ::.
I ...

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Balance Is Iey to Sun's AII.Area Team

By MS NISSEN placed! a total of eight on the North Marlon halfback Danny finished his P.K. Yonge careerIn I tie for a first team backfield .

Assistant Sports Editor first three squads. Five Hurricanes Sandlin. a blaze of glory by leading position, barely edging Gaines-
Hard -running backs and rugged were named to the sec Corbin was Mr. Big of Cross the team In
'I rushing, pass receptions ville's junior passing w b 1 II
line veterans from no less ond team and two to the third. City as he led the Bears to a scoring, punting and II Jackie EckdahLNo. 1964 Sun All-Area TeamFIRST
nine schools are representted Two players also
than were named surprising (4-1 season and the pass interceptions. 1 Line
on the wen balanced 1964 to a first team berth for the I Suwannee Conference champion He smashed for KO yards The first team line is
edition of the Sun's MI Area second straight year P. K. ship.The rushing as he consistently led' of ends Gene Pass of TEAM

football team. Yonge fullback Tom Hansen and sturdy 190 pounder av the Blue Wave ground gainersand Starke and Danny Wilson of Player School '0.. Ht. Wt. Class
Only P.K Yonge and Starke Lake Butler quarterback JImmy eraged an amazing 162 yards scored 82 points. (Trenton, tackles Doyle Sikes of Gene Pess Starke E 6-0 175 Sr. ,
placed more than one performer Thomas. :rushing per game, with a total Hansen also was a rugged defensive Santa Fe and Danny Stevens of Danny Wilson Trenton E 6.2 180 Jr;
on the first eleven of the Join Duo ,of 1,620 passed for 260 yards performer, intercepting Williston guards Jeff Warren Doyle Sikes Santo Fe T 60 191 Jr.
dream team, with two each. Joining the veteran duo In the scored 147 points and was the five passes and registering nu-I of Starke and Steve Twedell Danny Stevens Williston T 5.9 190 S,.
Gainesville High had only one No. 1 backfield are Cross City team's top tarkler and blocker. merous tackles in the secondary f P.K. Yonge and linebacker Jerry of Jeff Warren Storke G 5-11 193 Se.
player on the first team, but fullback Randy Corbin and Bear Coach Al Parris compared He punted for a 386 yard Crier of Gainesville. who oc- I Steve Twedell P.K. Yenge G 53 218 Sr.

Corbin with current University average. I|espies the center spot Jerry Grier Gainesville G 5.11 195 Sr.

of Georgia fullback Fred Coach Mike Gutierrez compares Pass a 179 pound Jimmy Thomas Lake Butler QB 6.0 155 S"I ,
rangy senior
r Barber, whom he coached In Hansen with all time' was standout recelvjer Danny Sandlin North Marian HB 5.11 175 S", I
pass -
high school. PKY great Bernie Parrish, who for the strong Tornadoes and I Randy Corbin Cross City FB 6.0 190 Sr.

See Caliber went on to star for University'I I also a demon on the stingy defeme. I Tom, Hansen P.K. Yang FB 5-10 175 Sr.

"I Corbin ,of Florida and now is playing! SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM
i i definitely thing can '(
J|play SEC caliber college ball,"for the professional Cleveland I I His running matt at end Wlljson Player School Pel. Player School POI.

'I Parris said of his pro Ie Ie.I .II Browns. I was an offensive w /3rd for David Crown Gainesville E Bobby Roundtree Gainesville E
"He has excellent power and He lists his hard charging the small Trenton squad The Lorry Clyatt Lake Butler E Bobby Kincaid Cross City I

tremendous strength. And he' back as a definite college prospect S 2, ISO pound junior, who Roger Wood North Marion T Glenn Brannon Lot. Butler G ,

I can throw the ball 50 to 60 yardsin was a starter for the t third ''I Trigger Hodge Santa FeGainesville T Frank Taylor Santo F. G I II
the air," Another Top Season I season, snared aerials for more Dale Turlington T Tommy Andrews Chi.nond G I
Thomas, a 165 pound senior than and also Thomas Starke T Chris Gwin
Sandlin was the top performer 1,000 yards sparkled I Tommy Goinetvflle G I
Thursday, November 2S, 1964 11A, for North Marion's Colts who had another outstand 1 In g on defense. Kim, Helton Gainesville C Grody Jones Trenton G I
season with his all around Jackie Eckdakl Gainesville OB Phil Elder
Starke I
I raced to a 9.1 record and second TweWay Great
place In the Suwannee play. leading Lake Butler to an Sikes was a two way greaton I Doug Mitchell Williiton QB Wendell Corbin Chl.nand HI! I
Southern Division. 8 2 record and the Suwannee the fine B-J Santa Fe squad, I Al Griffin Gainesville HB Jerry K.rr Cross City HI I

The ITS pound senior, who! Northern Thomas Division crown. leading the defensive line and Robert Stone North Marion HB Mac Crawford Sonte F. F8

has been eyed closely by Flori- his elusive scored 10 touchdownswith and the offensive backfield. The 192- HONORABLE MENTION I
ida State University, churn d running I pound Junior was a rugged: tackle
Unkown for 1,218 yards rushing and was passed and for 11 more with his on defense and switched to Gainesville-Halfback Brian Hipp, guard Richard Prlmo end tackle :
the No. 1 pass receiver for the arm. halfback on offense where he I Kenny Mock.
strong Colts.. well He and also mixed the up his plays led the rushers with 680 yardsIn P.K. Yonge-Halfback Steve Tuttle, ends Danny Dennison end Covey
North Marion Coach Stan was trigger of the 112 carries for a (1 average. I Johnston end guard V. G. Hodsdon.
explosive offense.
FactorIn Toole praised Sandlin for his University Tiger of Tennessee and Stevens went both ways to I Sterke Halfback Dwight Elder, fullback Mickey Agner, quarterback
determined running and extra FSU are several spark the surprising Willis ton I Donald Falcon end guard Steve Till.,.
effort upon impact. after the among talented signal colleges caller's squad to a I 2 2 record. Santa Fe-End Louis Ftagle, guard Jim Forrester end guard Bill West
The I'M more land.
All Around Ace swvices. pound Junior made
the offense click with his Cross City-Tackle Homer Melgaard and tackle Warren
Irenwnriniii O'Steen.
Hansen a 175 pound senior, Thomas had the closest
GameThe bat- hlnrklnff- and- toss a- Lake M..U rt.i..-... >_._>_:!n!._ _V._om".... Willi... ....-........ -.....-. -....-J ,
I,bl'llillngt t tackier on defense. I Rusty Wade
Starke's Warren was extra North Marion-Tackle' Bobby Gluon: fullback Don Smith end end Tookle
Gators Go Easy ordinary week after week at his Pruift.
last person In the world that anyone likely would linebacklng spot on defense and Williston-End Bruce Mitchell and fullback Robert Heed.

figure to be a factor in Saturday's Florida Miami football, guard on offense. The 193-pound Chitfland-Halfback Lea Mills and fullback Ted Key.
game would have to be ,Dr.,J. Wayne Reitz, University of Sill lor', alert play led the stingy Trenton -Halfback Jimmy Slaughter and quarterback Don Thomas.

Florida president. On Turkey defense that allowed only nine Newberry-Fullback Harry Holder and end Bob Bait.
The Gators are worried about Miami quarterback Bob Bil- Day9A points in the first seven lames Keystone Heights-Fullback Stefan boles and end Gary Cooper.
etoikoff, Miami halfback Russell Smith Miami fullback Pete I Bluest Man

Banaszak, Miami end Ed Welsacosky, et al. light Thanksgiving Day and looked sharp despite a Twedell I who Is the larg s t
Miami probably Is worrying ,about Gator halfback Larry workout was held by Florida's bruised leg. Earlier In the week man on the three teams t'211 I

Dupree, Gator quarterback Steve Spurrier, Gator end Charles Gators this morning In prepa- it was touch and-go as to pounds, was the mainstay of
Casey and company. ration for Saturday's game with whether the sophomore quarterback the PKY defense. The stumpy,Oklahoma i
And here I am, worried about Dr. Reitz. And the part' Miami at Florida Field. would be able to play senior was credited with 61 Individual Takes V

he may play In Saturday's football game. .The traditional Turkey Day against Miami Saturday. tackles and 38 assist i!
For people with short,short memories, here's why.Here's feast for players and coacheswas Graves said that Hal Seymourof and also was rated as an exceptional

the noontime fare This Stark would take over the blocker. ,
How It Started \afternoon the players were to:punting duties for Spurrier, Crier, a 195 pound senior,

split into groups and go to var-j however Seymour has recov- backed up the Gainesville line I:Gator Bowl Bid
Way back In December of 1959, Bob Woodruff had resignedas ious coaches' homes to watch ered from an early season virus In all alar fashion all season
Florida football coach. Speculation already had startedon the Alabama Auburn game on attack and has reg a I n e d He broke through time aftertime
possible successors. The No. 1 Florida coaching Job was a television.As 1 strength.The with his blazing speed tot] .

plum, make no mistake about it a finale tonight, Coach Gators learned today that drop opposing ball carriers for I JACKSONVILLE (APJ-Okla-) 'any bowl gam Oklahoma':.
In Atlanta, where he WM a. assistant coach at Georgia Ray Graves will have all the the BiletnikofTs are going to|losses ,|Ihoma and Florida State football' Sooners Foe IIIKt bowl appearance was at

Tech, Charlie Tate, I former Gator grldder and MM_. year gridders over to his home.:Sen- team up Saturday against them. Eckdahl, Gainesville's ] u nlor;teams will\ meet for the first, Miami's Orange Bowl Jan. t1M3 f
lors will watch the Tide Tiger -Last Saturday It was Fred of[quarterback who throws bullets time In the Gator Bowl Jan 2. and the Soomrs were
game at Graves' home. Florida State who caught a 53- like seldom are seen In high I The Oklahoma Sooners voted I For FSU In blanked by Alabama 170.

Spurrier Returns yard touchdown pan that got school, heads the second team unanimously to accept the bkl r Other team that were being '\
Practice had an uplift! I the Seminole winging to their backfield that also Includes Wll-'Wednesday night after Coach I Jan. 2 Game considered t, along with Oklahoma
tl listen quarterback Mitchell ,Comer Jones Informed them
lt-7 triumph. Dong
to the
as quarterbackSteve piny Seminoles
Spurrler returned to drills ,This week, Florida Is pre ar- North Marion kith a e k that George: Olsen, executive Auburn and Georgia Tech wert
Inll to face Quarterback Bob of Robert Stone and GallIl Vm.'.,i vice president of the Gator Bowl In the Dig El ht Conference behind .
the 'Canes. But Fred has let tt t bruising 6 4, 22J pound half Association,' Issued an Invitation. cotton Kiwi-bound Nebraika Played In INI

Bobby Dodd be known he will be on the Miami back Al Ciffln. / 1 Oklahoma downed the aev'nth The Sooner look a 7.J record
bench at Florida Field Saturday The second team line Is composed "This Is a fine hour 'I,.' .ranked Curnhunkert lust t Into the 1914 Gator Bowl game

Studies New [ to give any tips he can to of ends David Crown of:,.Oklahoma football team," Junes]Saturday 17-7. and were co-champion of the

:Marker his brother in an effort to help Gainesville and Larry Clyatt of, aid after announcing! the Jones said Olsen said the Gator Big Sin, now the Dig Eight.
said he Plan
fronts coach (before moving en to Tech) was
IF ,Miami beat the Gators, also. Like Puller tackles' Roger!I team's decision to meet the 10th I officials wanted Oklahoma Florida State Coach Dill Pet-
much Interested and Intended to apply. Wood
of North
of school coaches who knew ATLANTA (AP) Fine Runner Marion Trigger ranked Semlnolci. "win, hue or draw" In' mon and Jones are personal
Down In Miami, a group high Georgia Hodge of Santa Fe, Dale Turlington f Florida State ended its season! .i tilt. friends and both art from Ohio
and worked with Tate when he was head mentor at Miami Tech Coach Bobby Dodd plansto Florida's defenses have been of Gainesville and Tommy I
last Saturday with 117 victory The Gator Bowl game will be They went together to Germany
High quickly rushed together a petition endorsing Tate'sselection experiment with an Idea for this Thomas of
geared week to halt t h e Starke and center wound
over rival Florida and few
i t to
up I ARC,
televised start. in-
years ago serve as
for the UF job. Some 75 of them signed In a hurry. marking the
starting of
Kim Helton
point fine
I a running of "The Blitzer of Gainesville.
back with their favorsIn with an l-1-1 record. Oklahoma, I I l Ing 2 p,m., EST, and M.DiK) are itruiUir In a football clinic
to Tale
coaches planned team's
These progress so fans as Miami's Bob Is called. A Tip Punter
I- I finale Sulur-1
now : III
the way of steering top recruits to Florida In the future, can tell how far the team moves dangerous sprint out quarterback Hodge not only was an outstanding -|day against, Oklahoma Slate at I etpeiuid Oklahoma to played View the In contest the Color, Oklahoma This la Jones' first year is
U Tate got the Job. each time it gets the ball. Biletnlkoff has broken lineman but he punted head com'h. He wss'In
Stillwaler 1 Bowl
In It4d 1 under the late head
In Gainesville, Miami Herald assistant sports editor Ed Dodd' idea involves'leaving George Mlra's passing and for a 312 average and boot assistant at.Oklahoma 17peari
Pope was conducting an interview with Dr. ReiU about the an official or manager place a [yardage records as a sophomore ed 14 of II extra points.The Need A Win Jim Tatum and defeated under Bud Wilkinson, who
future of football at Florida. One of the questions Pope tossed ball marker several feet or to Indicate he has plenty 1 third tram backfield In-| The Souneri need the VkOOr1! !North Carolina Stale Ml. Florida ,resigned after last season to en-
I Ii
Slat hat
out had to do with possible candidates for the job.>> yards off the playing field to;|of talent ,eludes the only sophomore on ,Saturday_to assure second place never appeared In, ilrr politic I

..- ....... that rte. Ru! tossed back had to da ..omethin" mark the snot where the team, Miami coach Charlie Tate the three squads; 175-pounc'

like this. Twe men wb would act be considered for gained possession. A second laid today that offensive guard fullback Mar Crawford of Santa IBeats
the job were Charlie Tale and Tom Nugent, the latter thea marker would be planted for the, Frank Beck will not play Saturday ; Fe He U mined by Ste r h Starfec Winds !/ ) 8-1-1 !

coaching Maryland. other team when it gains pos due to a sprained toe. Fine quarterback: Phil Elder, C b let- / ,

Pope even asked Dr. ReiU to repeat the statement, so session. end Ed WetMcosky has a boll, land halfback Wendell Corb I nand J
uncertain was he that be had heard It right Dr. ReiU did. "It seems to me this would on the knee but he should see Cross City halfback Jerry

stood. enable fans to keep track of how action. WeWacosky has not practiced Karr, Macdenny by 13-0
And Saturday I'm worried that It may boomerang.I far long scoring drives went and this week. Alternate fullback The third (Mm line Is made I
know and have a lot of respect for C h a r 111 Tate. He's would enhance their enjoymentof Fred Cassidy Is expected up of ends Bobby Roundtree of

warm hearted, jovial, a sharp student of football and a the game," explained Dodd '110 be available for part time Gainesville and Bobby Kincaidof :)i By JACK IIOHANI ) a tnurhduwn. He also kicked, Jimmy Yarborough fumbled
type coach who can work the aspects of psychology to the Wednesday.At duty. Cross City and guards Glenn j I I SMI Fwilhall AnMaulSTARKEQjuarUfbick' the point to put the once beaten and On Pane recovered: the

minutest detail any rate, he said, "it's: Florida to) without halfbacks Brannon of Lake Butler, Frank Donald Tornadoes Set In front, 7 laMe ball on the Macclenny 40.
I Alan Poe and Don Knapp both Taylor of Sash Fe. Chris Cwln I Fili-on streaked around 9 Quarterback Elder called
lie Wants the VictoryTate to determine a try in if our it has spring merit game I{troubled with leg Injuries. Tack. of Calnesv :: Tommy Andrewsof left end to score both !touchdowns Mrclrnny:" tented (the Starke I upon Agncr and Noegrl to pro-

any.lie Randy Jackson also has ChieUnJ; and Crady Jones I for Slarke as the Tor defense for the first time and side yardage. The pair drove

Is a proud man. He's done a remarkable job at way Injury Trenton.- Olj'i nailoes whipped MaceUnny" 1) I found that It was rough going (lie lien down to the Marclmny

Miami' in his first year, considering the roadblocks he had here Wednesday eight. The \Wildcats, were forced to!121 A "penally" again the tai

to hurdle. His Hurricanes art surging on four consecutivewins. ,Jf' ,,'ilf. 10| The fame wis the tail at punt after holding! the ban Mr.I placed the ball halfway to the
The Galore, oppositely, are sagging with three lossesin n' f\\ ". 1 the 19(4 season for each learn eight puryt 'i goal line.True t

their last four games.I ; {! .. and" was nearly a repeal per Starke took !the punt on Ito,, to hit nom.akin!
doit have to say It U capital fetters. Tale waits to win R'I' ',1 ifonnance .f an earlier meetIng own M and cranked up another llkWI out to h,. left flittllllC

fnm Florida Saturday. badly as a football coach cia wait C,, which Starlit won, 214 'Idrtve. Phil Eblrr. connected for1'1 a pee to spread the Mlnny t
anything. H. probably sever thought "'d get the eppertfr t 1;. !Istarke wound up with an overall |yecs,then pane whirls nett..d1/)leVfMM. The rues worked and

ally t. make a lee tastily said remark tf yean all a III record Marelenn yards, and th* fleet Stark. the lll-pnonder sailed Into the
timely topic recorded a M mart. !back ambled for gains for I, end none unscathed for the second

He has that chance Saturday at Florida Field and Dr. The Tornado dominated the 11, andI yard Gradually I i tiny of the "11III11'.
Rests likely will be a spectator. entire fame with their powerful .1.the Tornado tarn worked Ka A penalty nullified the point
Now you know "by.1It worried. The Miami football team, round offense Fullback !war down lo the Macckrary It,1 after touchdown kk and the

as it stands on its own merits, is formidable foe enough. Mickey Afner punched out 10 with the assistance of a 1 It-' trttmi attempt (" Hark
I ''
The Galore, hurting as they are likely win have to battle yards to lead the Tornadoes yard holding penalty What w. at.Market.
Miami a revenge-bent coach and an in-timed remark made to a total of m yards on the I looted like another score to1! drftMive effort
by !their own school prosy back before any members of this round. I the brewing fizzled ant at Owl j tDuld be summed up or one
year's team even had been recruited. ,!yard Hoes lord Teem, And Eddie Doui.Ut .
This is Thanksgiving Day though. Away from onpleatant I TM TeethWhen I II Fimbl. Roe erry8trte Ml Warren and Etkll

topics to nicer things. Have a good day, really count year !ball[ the Marclenny wildcat were IINIbMl tile I couldn't fare wn blessings go easy on that second helping of the big bird against a feathery Wildcat I tile Wildcat were held to only
and find time to remember the Mill Upstairs. e ito link together any ......1Md,forward wall and had to barf\\D tout yard In tile ....0DdW.
Idrfve I spin' the rugged, .
the ball bark to MarrWty/ ear'.
'Uarke tfefeaslve f The i iI
I sort ly in the. third etrtod. Rut to Macclemty'i drimnrve game
High School Scores 'Wikkati managed to p.nrlrateonly kirk turned out to be I blest wi. sittodby MA* Tarlfl,
M far as the Tornado 29SUrt .. WtnrMI Uuvinr. awl Warren
*, m d. .. .. for Stark*.
nod .. I I ftimprd on the rortnjwspxi On the first I4ndp rurtbork YtrlMwugh.
le teto eves Me. play, NafkIloox |
_ a wattse..w .. L__ .vest a '-, j right after the opmlne la'w'n top raruNnf beck,
t..e w. w sa Pow .... live,' lR kickoff I The Toroadwt started ,nerved emy 28 yards in I hptM.
"_s Loom a iQThey're en thou own ..,ar' line a dIrt to Mote? .
iw.w..u t. ri.o.wr === aw, w..r 1
: r. -. : ewwr / the JackrabUt barkflrldi e.assrne
...w. -_. a. o sew vu c_, -live It.n_M 5.4't_e-.c.., compnwd': ef Phil Elder, Cdd*|I I BOSTON! API The Boston .. set IS'lou'rtib .0

h.wo__" _11. _' 'I ....- w'us Deot" trot' t. W M. iKwpl.'I Owlet Elder and AIII' |-!Rtd Bra may move" IJItrIr spring t If
w --ee. I I I
to wow C.wwts U w.w cuesI sprint; Into action flow irtMnf to Wtafer Haven hi '- a I'i" .
-_e.w_w. e' -n.. to sow wow ,4Sow. |'lilt, the ban slMdlfy! downfMdStarke J lid, a flub official/ said '
11. Thinking iilitrrlcin.
M's to f.we er.
._ ... i shortly appeared DMMaecwnqr W..I
,.,.. to CM'M4.,_ o C-- an | ar IIIIfIt. 'i"I
t elr
.oo a. wr is aw w a
_we .,... 'woo i to tiwrw ----.c-.. ) IS. yarf Doe after TIle efflrial said the
, ... I, _-11.- 4 ""rrlrjftl"C' fete a fight for *u elgar frw" .a even- an. yard pt* play truss Phd .re romrnttttd lo remaining to' .m'"M M ..
-_ 'J o.-w : Tw.M rur.a.c-.' .eut r e.w J. a..a.- x abed tickler ira as linebacker Jim Uerahardt, second frees Wfli Elder to end Joey tt... pcottwJjlArta.. through tf>.1 f I Mr rv.0:; ., ........
' .... guard Jerry Aadrr.oea 1 second fren .
-, -., o IDII rIl ewe w. as a tomow. rlgklt and defeiwlve back Jerry Newcomer .: On second duwn Falcon Ofed 'M) _
" tratUng, and fcotUdal If r so.-
M o Co Yn.w (
It The three ,
- ... ... e..n.ut tti 1- right gag ep. friddera are from MUml and lees aj Ut I I eul to !Ne fall and eo' as! art tryuif to ". '
-- .. -. ,-.. they've get llaxrinuici en their atLtd. Sua abate by Eddie DatfeJ. around tdor fight ;2:da aitc Inca to stay, prrwaoeiAe II.:.'::J''''''' ...-'" .'..Am. .., '"' )

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Goinoiville, ; Sun Thursday. November 26.J964PreGamc

Navy Is Confident of VictoryBy I


., ANNAPOLIS Associated,Press Md. Writer(AP) Alabama Seeks .

-- --- Navy winds up football practicefor Brakes that pull to the left or right's
...... ... the Army game today with I the cure
::I.;r. spirits soaring that the Middiescan
,ell'I- .. register an unprecedentedsixth I Perfect SeasonBy

", ,..- Cadets straight Saturday.victory over the I BRAKE SPECIAL!

"IfIII Coach Wayne Hardin said the MURRAY CRASS The Liberty Howl match was
<. I II Mi A team should be at its peak phys Associated Press Sports Writer completed with the acceptanceof when winter
..rte r ++ and hinted! Alabama Utah of the '
'r .t ically and mentally warms up for the co-champion sj' weather laysGO"
that he had another surprise Orange Bowl and makes a final Western Athletic Conference. +
1 gimmick In mind to boost play. bid for the national championship Itah's opponent will\ be West \ makesure I
er morale at game time. today in its traditional bat- Virginia, which won the Southern you i

The 4,000-man Brigade of tle with Auburn Conference crown. I I can stop)
Midshipmen prepared far a big The Crimson Tide, ranked Texas tries for Its ninth
.... ll tRi/I/RIII r rr pep rally tonight and a rousing second and unbeaten in nine triumph in 10 starts against low. rOT
send-off for the team Friday games can gain the No. 1 spot Iy A & M, 1-8. The fifth-ranked
morning. Tecumseh Court in among.the country's major col. Longhorns have lost only to Arkansas -
Bancroft Hall was draped with legs football teams by beating which won the Southwest
u.e bedsheets exhorting the team to Auburn, then waiting for Conference title and is
beat Army. The courtyard display ern California to defeat SoUth'j'headed for the Cotton Bowl. I SET FOR WINTER NOWI
_. Included an Army tank ranked Notre Dame I Other Thanksgiving games pit
I'. being "attacked" by a Navy Alabama of course, has no William and Mary against Richmond e Front Wheels Removed, I
airplane with recorded sound control over the second task sothe and Virginia Tech against Brakes Adjusted |
Hoopla effects to provide realism. Southeastern Conference Virginia Military I .Front Wheel
Midshipmen Dave Thompson left of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Craig Taylor) champion will have to concentrate In other bowl activity, the Pacific Bearings Repackede $1'19
Santa Anna Calif.. walk to clans past one of the more elaborate "Beat Army" Better Team on Its Thanksgiving as- Athletic Conference said it Grease SulS
which dot the Naval Academy urounds. Th. two military academies Hardin, at a Wednesday press signment.The would select a representative Checked
displays meet in their annual football battle Saturday at Philadelphia. The model conference, said the Middies Orrnge Bowl committee for the Rose Bowl immediately; S Brik Fluid Added.
plane in thin display Is equipped with a propeller that turns blinking lights to expect to meet a better Army hasn't officially named Alabama after the Notre DameSouthernCal Brakis Tilted
which droveto
team than the one
fired at the Army tank and recorded Bound effects.AP as the for Texas game.( The Trojans are In
simulate bullets being. opponent
rake where At
the Navy two before the clock the Rose running against Oreon t your car txptrtt am
( ) Hlrephoto to Sun) ______ ___________ ran out on a possible Army vic but win or lose the Tide will' State, which 'already has for all winter service work
announce acceptance of the MI'amt
tory last year."They're Invitation misted its season. !I F
LA hassleStarts Selects not quite as deep, (
Sturgeon but they're better." the Navy Texas also warms up for the I I WESTERN' GOODYEAR SSTOREE
coach said "Stichweh (quarter. Jan 1 date, playing Texas i HORSE SHOW
.AnewLOS back Rollle) Sllchweh) Is throw. A&M, while another bowl.bound AT THE I 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-3537
Gators AlabamaBy Ing and running and in end Sam team, Tulsa winds up Its regular TAYLOR RANCH I : 0,.. Men thr Thun., I .-5.10 f.m.M. .
ANGELES(AP) -All Is Champl receiver they have an didn't excellent have season with Wichita. Sun, N... 29th .. 2 P.M. I ., I ......, p.....-Sat., I 0.....-i ,.m.-
not peaceful In the Los Angeles which they Until late Wednesday night, N W (f Willi.... .. u.. I? Alt I
Angel camp, and the source of KELSO STURGEON Georgia pulls off the upset Tech last year. Auburn believed an upset over ...................- -
trouble seems to be money or Associated Press Sports Writer!most likely won't go bowling I "Inside they're probably big- Alabama could earn it a Gator' .
the lack of it. ATLANTA (AP-The) crystal anywhere. Few bowls want steam ger than any team they've had Bowl Invitation. Then, Oklahoma
The latest player manage ball which picked the two big I which has closed out the I including" the Blanchard-Davis announced It had accepted a l'bid I' I
ment fracas started when Dean upsets In the Southeast last season with three straight loss days to play Florida State In the
Chance, winner of baseball'stop week, says Alabama will\ close es.Florida The Navy coach defended his Jan.2 game.The Invitation does--
pitching prize the Cy Young'out the season unbeaten and that: 21, Miami 12: The Ga'use of special gimmicks for the not hinge on the outcome of Sat, I
Award, accused Angel General Georgia will wreck the Rambling tors rebound to win a tough one game saying they were Intended urday's game with Oklahoma football means I
Manager Fred Haney of being Wreck of Georgia Tech 1 and keep alive their slim hopes as a morale booster with State. I
tightfisted In salary arrange- This Southeastern Conference for a bid to one of the lesser II meaning only to the Navy players Only one other bowl possibill- 1
ments. stargazer heads Into this final bowl games. not to the public or West ty appears to be open to Auburn 1I
week of hoghide handicappingwith Tulane 7, Duke 0: never haveso Point. if it wins That would I
Chance made the accusation record for a .708 Bowl''I l I
a 46-19 few done so much as Tulane "As I long as It doesn't hurt second spot in the Sun
'while on a billiards tour In
percentage. has this year. A gutty team thatIs anybody, we're going to continue Texas Tech was named as one
o waukee. He said he reluctantly Let's start this week with the all heart Tulane finally winsa to do It," he said. of the teams Wednesday. I --,
for last ---
signed $18000 season Alabama-Auburn game, scheduled big one.Tennessee, ------- -
then learned an Angel player Thanksgiving Day inAlabama Opposes Gimmicks
__ fork 20, Vanderbilt S:
.with a poor 1963 season was given PIII1I1I1Ii''a m. Tennessee has the most unsound! Coach Paul Dietzel said ear Hello Gainesville!
a raise. 20, Auburn 3: Coach I lier this week that he tried to _
offense In the SEC this season, '
"I went to Hanry and told himI Paul Bryant will have his team but the Volunteers should still get Hardin to agree to a moratorium ---i ;I
had had it," Chance said. "I primed for Its best effort againstthe have too much for Vanderbilt.: on gimmicks for the .--- W. proudly announce the official opening of the
said: 'Boy, you're a dandy.' I Plainsmen The Tide will The Tennessee line has whippedsome game on grounds it needs no '
kept at him and told him to also be out to Impress a national mighty good forward walls sideshow or carnival trappings.II
trade me and finally, In June, I television audience and those this year and that's where the The Navy players appearedone I IRONWOOD

got a raise to $25,000." I champion.who will be selecting a national difference should be in this one. year with Beat Army In big on Sot., Nov. 28 Starting at 9:15 A.M.: .

"Hooeyl". replied Haney, Alabama also will have quarterback Look for Steve DeLong and letters over their shoulder pads. 4 Featuring TOMMY BOLT former notional) open champion in a 9 hole exhibi
Wednesday."I Willie Namath sophomore tackle Joe. Grahamto Meanwhile at West Pom 1 ?. tanL'
Joe I
told Dean before the season I if he's spend the entire afternoon In Dietzel said everyone there Is
ready to go all the way
that If he bore down and got In-
shape that he would get an In. needed, and he's got a way of the Commodore backfield.._- -- ready for the game. _ f'' Plan now to jam Giin.ivili'i! ntwtit print golf facility Nine beautiful 1 holes! with I
killing the big ones. I jp par of 36. Driving! rang practice! putting even electric carts food beverages
And he It
,crease.countered. got Hanry Georgia 14 Georgia Tech 12:il SMOKED tournamtnti tr.. clink P.G.Al profeoaion.lpro' shop T.V. for all your
There's really little logic In BACONLB.. 29' 1 favorlt* spoor evens and pines for much rnor*. ,
Chance has Indicated on several
to whip ly The Slob, <4 la .
occasions that he will ask picking the Bulldogs Com out soon fill, out your application and look over all the t nt facilitiei Theft It Iltd;
for $50,000 In 1963,, and said Georgia Tech,about but there's Georgia been all BRISKET STEW 25' L >t >r 1 mtmbtnhlp In the growing, friendly, family of Ironwood A pleasant surprise it owntmg

when he talk money with Han s little e I'on.logical The school should Tender Juicy LB.BARTON'S > yO.h.n you shock our nnuil trmbrthip r.t's.

him.ey he's" going "to stick It to change Bulldogs the to nickname the Upsets.from the New Store See You Soon? IRONWOOD GOLF CLUB

"I know what he will\ be offered caughtIn
Georgia may
," said Haney. "But if all this one looking to the Gator 2'/2 Miles South of Newberry en State Hwy. 41 N.E. 39th AVENUE
he wants Is plenty of time oft to Bowl. If this is the case amiJohnson's OPEN 7 A.,. 8 P.M. DAILY '
his de - ---- Golf Golf Golf
that's -
keep playing pool and ALL DAY SUNDAY Phone 472-2488
cision." II r

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Billy Johnson of Servlcemas- r
ter led the Industrial League at UorF
Palm Lanes with a (37 series on ,
!games of 171231-235. Merrill I
Parker, Cannon Insurance, had
j 613 on 234-223-156. Steve Reu-
thinger Gainesville Shopping
Center, rolled 593. Ray Dollar,

Pepper game Printing had a 236 top FIGHTING GATORSt'vs. I

Shopping! Center had a 3121 .
series and a 106J best game.
Florida Pest Control rolled 3111
and Smith Sinclair had 3089. :
Splits were made by John
Rochester PlRgie Park Restaurant MIAMI
J-7; Leon Yielding I ,
Jerry's J-7 and 5-6-10. Bobby
1 Crews, Jerry's, 4-V; Lowell Curtls .
University Chevrolet 8-7
and S-10; and Bill\ Howard, All
Ir state. .

ty Box led Klrby'of the Pmlopplers Campus Beau-witha

477 set Mta Thomas Combine SAT. 2:00 P.M.
d Insurance had 464 am
Helen Sister A A W Root Beer Rosemary game. James had a 204

r Helzel Co. had a 2274 series

and a 113 high game. Splits AT FLORIDA FIELD .... .
i OPEN SAT. TILL I were made by Alice Murray j
CHRISTMAS :Fred Mason's, 5-7 and 5-10.; MrRlnia .

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November 25, 1924 / Sun MASnicduncc


Buffalo PlallSI I Auto. Seruice Center 3

One $lo' Shopping for All Yovr Car Nttdt

Effort At OiKOvnl.low frittbSIIVICI

NeedsTo Big TodayBy I DAYSONLY

MIKE RATHET season 30-3 loss to Buffalo but WOOLS '

Be RebuiltWhy Associated Press Sporti Writer will be In the starting line-up \YAUII SHOP YOU

"Extraordinary effort"That this time. n3gYat

'! what Cookie GilchrM, The Chargers have won six

Buffalo's bad boy and the straight for a 7-1-1 record and a CHHRGt IU Tike months 1 ti H\i\ I
did It happen American Football League'i 24-game lead In the Western

That's the'question that kept swimming around In my leading ground gamer, promises! Division The Bills, undefeated
mind last Monday night as I made the trip from Cross Cityto for today's key clash as the until a loss to Boston in their

Gainesville. Bills tackle the Chargers San most recent game, are out front

I had Just attended my first Suwannee Conference meetingat Diego In what could be a pre in the East with a 1-i record to

the Florida Motel 1 In Cross City. After three and one-half view of the championship 1-2-1 for the Patriots. .

hours of food and discussion, the Suwannee was no more a game.[ The Bears.Lions game has no

thriving conference of 12 teams, but one fighting for Its life. The National Football League,championship overtones, but

The food was delicious, but the meeting left a bad taste meanwhile, offers IU traditional'Detroit is holding on to second
In my mouth. Thanksgiving Day game at Detroit place In the west with a 5-4-
with the Chicago Bears record Lions
The result was seven teams out of the loop, three still The however,
replacing the Green Bay Packers
In and two undecided. have lost three itraight. The
as the opposition. The Park Bears are bogged down at 4-7
What It amounted to was that the five smallest teams were I
ers had met the Lions every but have won two in a row with
tired of playing doormat to the seven uppers. They decided year since 1950. Rudy Bukich doing the quarterbacking i
North Marion and Willlston were too big at an earlier meetIng .
and voted them out. Both games will be nationally
televisedand viewers can see I The Packers, who have
-Could Sec Reasoning both. The Lions-Bears strugglewill played the Lions In Detroit for

be carried over CBS at the last 11 years, asked to be

Even the most neutral bystander could see reasoning in noon, EST. The BillsChargersgame relieved of the assignment this II

the complaint. But wasn't there a solution other than pullingout will be on ABC, starting ,year rA rAM

? That's the easy way and it hurts rather than helps. it 130 p.m., EST thel !
All NFL. teams will play In
Coach Doyle McCall of Chiefland came up with what sounded Gilchrist, who found himselfon game on a rotating basis with

to me like the only logical proposal of the evening.He the waiver list with only a the: Bears the first and the
'100 price tag on his consld
called for dividing the league Into two divisions, with erable talents after getting In a first other than Green Bay since
five Class B teams in the top group and five Class C lassie with Coach Lou Saban tie now-defunct New York Yan

schools: In the lower. last week has been reinstatedafter kees.

His division had Cross City Lake Butler, Jasper, CII I'I apologizing and figures to

land and May In the upper group and Trenton, Newberry, be squarely In the spotlight The National Hotkey League

Branford, Greenville and Jennings In the tower half. Both teams will be at full will award a trophy honoringthe 1t..I

The lower five are the teams which resigned. So, what strength with are Buffalo re late Lester Patrick, manager
did they accomplish! celvers El Duhenlon and Glenn of the New York Rangers, ;
lass recovering from Injuries to the executive, manager or 1 ,
In the lower group they would be playing against teamsof %
Two Chargers standouts half coach making the greatest con.
comparable enrollment -and they all would be Class C,
back Paul Lowe and Lance A I- tribution tohockeyinthe

McCall brought up the fact that coaches could stick to worth did not play In an early United States. _.
scheduling teams In their division or go higher or' lower -

only If they preferred Sa 15 ,

-Not Voted OnThe h'i'] I i '

Idea was kicked around a bit, although never thor- Jt t leaves you breathless! 4,

oughly discussed, and not even voted upon.A .

sports writer wanted to speak, but he would have been IO 5 PER
out of line, so he Just thought: "Hey, fellows why don't NO DOWN
you work at improving the league rather than dissolving it. PATMINT TIRE. ?
I'm sure each problem can be worked out If discussed or-

derly and with organization. Why don't you try to rework the

constitution: have your officers put out the maximum effort p
and think positive. I really don't believe that every coach s 1 \

here against the other and not willing to cooperate" 688 !AhLS '

So, now you have the states eldest conference: toddling 1 ) g yr
about like an Infant trying to gel .. Ita feel.

1 strongly suggest that another meeting be held In an effort w MM f s Y
to straighten out the problems and pull. the loop back. iji
together. It's worth it IELE S

After all, you have 10 teams, excluding North Marlon and
Williston (although I'm not sure you should), that are close: Yop'RF

aough In geography and size to thrive as a unit. The enrollments FpA 0"c
in the upper three grades span from Trenton's ysIIE
M to Cross City's M None threatens to go above Class B, (51 1141 F'
which Is 71 to 150 enrollmentI

know you all want to win, so match the teams as carefully -
and correctly as you can go from there. CA1s

After all, if you all went IM/ who would you beat k .1,

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I: Modern;' Boating Demands Strict Safety Rules 1

Sixty-five companies provided t.'mld-November showing of coming months, particularly from dusk to dawn. Slow down!

l3 boats, motors, trailers and accessories at the South-| Zslrcull Be alertl! If you see one deer, there Is a good possibilitythat

eastern Marine Trades Show anl Dealer Convention at Jack >< iP others are nearby. Reduce your speed use your horn y w
sonville. Among the Boat Exhibitors: who have franchises blink your lights! The deer you miss may not be the one

In Gainesville were Caccl Craft!, 3nc. (Hunter Boats), Car- you harvest during the deer season but It Just may be

ter Boats, Inc., Cobia Boats, Grumman Boats Jackson Canoe the one that saves you hundreds of dollars In vehicle re

Company, Kenner Boats, (:Ski Barge, Lone Star Boat field p pairs.
Company Mitchell Plastici, Thunderblrd Products Corporation Should a motorist become Involved In a vehicle-deer collision -

Traveler Boats, Wellcraft Manufacturing Company, and the accident should be reported to the Commission or
MonArk Boat Company. to the Florida Highway Patrol and an accident report filed.

Outboard Motor Manufactures! participating were McCullo Highways passing through, areas of heavy deer concentration

'h, West Bend, Homellte and ,Mercury. Although Johnson M rush 'billNltt'all are posted with deer crossing signs and motorists should Y b-

and Evinrude motors were at on display, their representatives 4hhI'ww !lime drive accordingly. ,

wen on hand and teemed to be satislfed with FISHING RESULTS k ,
the progress of their companies to date. Horseshoe Beach : -

Murray and Gator Trailers, leaders in the Gainesville area, Mrs. H. A. Lawrence of LAWRENCE'S CAFE reports

had outstanding booths at the show. Guide Johnny Osteen with Frank Johnson, Tony Little and t W..

The Trade Show which was ,for dealers only completely County; operated by the Game and Fresh Water Finn Commission Ray Mound of Klngsport, Tennessee, hitting the Jackpot.In t

filled the Jacksonville Coliseum. has bad large flights of birds using the area for the three successive days of fishing, they bagged 522 speckledtrout. ..o
The Robert Meyer Hotel served is headquarters for the past month, and Commission biologists expect the flights to Frank Oosterhoudt of Lake City picked up 43 trout.E. .

dealer meetings, luncheons and annual dance. The dance continue throughout the season. H. Ferguson and son, Floyd, also of ,Lake City, broughtin
filled the Robert Meyer Ballroom. to overflowing and con During the first phase dove season, in hunters bagged 35 trout. Guide Kermltt EUenburg and party caught 30 Piscatorial High Note

tinued to the wee hours. 969 doves on this field for an average of 14 doves per trout. All the above catches were with live shrimp obtainable

The quality, beauty and number of craft on display amazed hunter. He said this .Is a good average, but would have at LAWRENCE'S CAFE or ED'S BAIT HOUSE. Hitting s piscatorial high note, Reid Me, chnr

dealers, and comments from alt aides Indicated that this been even higher bad there been more hunters to keep the Crystal' River man, University Music Dep't.) admires the golden

Fourth Annual Southeastern Show was the belt yet Your columnist the birds flying. The 240-acre field la planted In corn and Guide Charlie Barnes and his party landed 101 trout. Two scales and harmonious structure of a Golf Coast

noted Frank Lucius, Charlie Murray, and Harry Croy as peanuts,. and, unless there are enough hunters to keep the days later Barnes caught 17 redfish averaging I pounds each channel ban, or redfish, Poole was conducted hv
among the local dealers who, with their wives, thoroughly birds moving, they stay on the ground and feed. for a total of ISO( pounds. Dick Ilowles (University Band Leader) to a spot on

enjoyed this year's presentations Such events mean muchto The Sanchez Field is located three mile east of Bran Harley Lewis caught I big "reds" In I minutes. the "C where the duet, captured the pictured bass
boating progress and the Jactannvllle Marine Association ford off U. S. Highway 27. Directional signs have been placedat and a band of its fellows, both fishermen using >ery
is to be congratulated for routing this outstanding convention. the entrance on the highway. The required 12 daily per. bona light thord.
One of your columnist's favorite trout fishing spots Is off
mit be obtained at the .
\1) may gate.HuDterLandowDer
\ Honeymoon Isle at Ozona. If you are in the St. Pete-
Boating and Safety Should Together Beach the following results: from Gdine
g Relationship Clearwater Tarpon Springs area, and have some time on ton telephoned
Recent local tragic events bring Into focus several of the Hunters received some friendly advice from A. D. Aldrich, your hands give Ozona a try yule' Jennie and Eddie ,Abatello, 29 speckled perch, Ddun

most Important safety rules. They Include director of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, CoL H. B. Settles and B. 0 Garvin. Tampa, fishing out Emerson and Jim Foster, 31 perch; from Jacksonville a'

1. Never overload your boat. II| that their manners on location often times go a long way of SPECKLED TROUT CAMP, caught 68 trout 1 mackerel, J. Blankenship, 24 perch Oscar"Penny. 24 perch: from
2. Never overpower your boat ,| toward landowner receptions. and 1 flounder. John Sundbloom, Elmer Laus and Frank Hawthorne-Leon and R. N. Hall, IS perch In two d
.. 3 Never leave your boat If It 0 rerturni. "Plus the age-old problem of gates left open, fences torn Bemmel Tampa picked up 105 trout on Mirrolures, Jigs and from Starke Rev. G. F, Prevatt, 22 perch.

", 4. Never leave the dock without safety devices such as down, woods let afire, and livestock endangered," Aid- cut bait. John Gyernell and two companions landed 45 trouton Rainbow River

life preserver 'h rich said, "we now have a new and more poisonous plague. Floreos, Mirrolures and shrimp.Homoiassa. Herb Fulkrod caught a 13'' -pound bass on a live shine)
Northeast District Enjejp'Good"Hunting This la the 1964 model litterbug who has become the scourgeof He was fishing from BASS GALORE VILLAGE, Duniiellon

.j. Hunters harvested an estimated; S23 deer and 72 turkeys all civilization." Guide Gene Lechler, Paul Hansen and D. McDorman of He was so elated he returned the bass to the river after
"W. all know about unknowingly
the Some of
litterbug. us
In! the six wildlife management areas In the northeast Athens 14 weighing and pictures.
,' Georgia, caught 72 grouper up to lift pounds,
and close the doorto
qualify, some of unknowingly
us (Lake
during the first two days of the 19M-U hunting season
region sheepshead, and 2 mackerel In Homosassa Bay. They
be Invited back. A landowner left
according to Brantley Goodson. regional manager for the seldom has any patience fished from PERRY'S SPORTSMAN'S CAMP with white Johnny McGilvray of McGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP sau
when he finds that hunters have acattered refuse all over fishermen of the best
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commtluion.M forma and live shrimp are experiencing some speckled peni
his place and desecrated landscape." fishing In Bennett Bass and his wife caught their
Goodson said that the deer kill In considered high, while years.
the turkey kill Is rated as slightly low. Commission biologists The Commission director, blaming much of the trouble on Orange Lake limits, as did Mrs Opel Wood. L. C Jolly caught II
carelessness admonished hunters Harry Zlnker and Sells Edwards, fishing from Alto
"plain unthinking to "set which
'anticipated a lower turkey kill for the region this season weighed up to 3 pounds In size.
up their own rules of conduct and Just act like they were RAMORE'S FISH CAMP, caught 1 bass. They were fishingIn
'Ii due to the heavy rains durbjf the spring and summer.He hunting on their own land." the south end of Orange Lake. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
also stated another factor 'for the low harvest
is turkey Aldrich concluded, "The old head In the hunting business Tom DuBose of ORANGE'' LAKE FISHING CAW reports -' 1
that hunters were not hunting turkey the opening weekend
many knows that after you have been the perfect gentleman afield speckled perch up to m pounds and base up tat8 I I
as most turkey hunters prefer cool weather and the Buy
.. weather this weekend was exceptionally warm. The turkeykill you should offer to share your game bag with the land- pounds. He says both bass and speckled perch fishing have.
owner and be sure that you clean his game first so that Uttle been good.
should Increase when cooler weather
extra tribute of gratitude definitely will be taken care of." Lake Santa Fe :
Wildlife Officers working outside of the management areas U.S. ROYAL
Local Bankers .. Mrs. Bobby Shlpman SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earle-
Score Deer oL :
report the hunter success on all,species of game, except turkey : :
The Gainesville Citizens Bank boasts hunters which might
as being very high. |
Goodson further stated that the(nw of squirrel and quail give other local bankers all the competition they can han- No Down I

? hunters, was very good and they too. should be even more dle. Harvey Layton, vice president, on opening day downedone Payment TIRESAvailable

successful during cooler weather. (Camp: Blinding reported I of Lake Butler's larger deer. It was a 148poundpoint 14-Ft. EZ-CRAFT BOAT I
er, which Layton surprised at seven o'clock: In the morning
hogs killed and Gulf Hammock reftorted 40 hogs killed. These Good Used 3 HP JOHNSON MOTOR At
are the only two wildlife management areas In this regionIn
Roger Taylor, cashier, slipped out to Meeker Colorado j
which hogs are classed as game .u mala., New Trailer
Estimated harvest of deer and turkey in each management for some choice hunting In the White River National Fort

area .Is ss follows: Auclllal 23 deer and 7 turkey: est. He got his limit of mule deer, the largest a pointer I 3 Rigs in Stock $365MANY NEIGHBORHOODSERVICE
which weighed 225 pounds. This Is one bank which robbers I
Stelnhatchee, 40 deer and 5 turkey; Osceola. 35 deer and I

turkey; Lake Butler, 35 deer and ( turkey; Gulf Hammock might well give a wide detour! Your Choice For ,CENTER
40 deer and 15 turkey; Caonp Handing, 41 deer and Young Nlmrod ?
34 turkey. '>. Mike Hogan, 12-year-old son of genial John Hogan of the I

Reports from! twenty-two wildllfqJ" management areas during University of Florida Athletic Department, accomplished I OTHER BOAT AND MOTOR 6)7 N.W. 13th Street 372-0455

the opening weekend of hunting .season Indicate that quite a hunting feat on a recent trip with his father and 1 BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROMFRANK'S ,
his younger brother, "Chuck." Hunting near Clewiston, Mike
the 1964-65 hunting season may become a record year for
'hunters In Florida. The twenty-ho areas located In the killed two turkeys with his new gun Chuck, too young to
First, Second, Fourth and Filth Conservation Districts open- have a gun, was shellbearer and as Mike killed one turkey. MARINEMERCURY PHONE TODAY
Chuck efficiently passed him another shell to kill the neij
ed 14 ,
November according to A. EL Aldrich director OUTIOARD SALES & SERVICE
Game and Fresh Fish Comaitoilon. one Happy boys happy Dad!

A total of" 71))$ .Wter.'deer 394 turkeys and) 471 wild hogs wn ,Bird Hunting TimeEarl 1031 S. Main St. Phono FR 67629MITCHELL I FOR HOME DELIEVRY
'reported by hunters during the fiiisst, two days. The !largest May, local Insurance man, Is one of many local
deer harvest "'II' reported from the Ocala area in Marlon hunters who gaze fondly into a pan of neatly plucked birds,

and Putnam Counties with 284 dWrl\ this was followed by the anticipating the delicious eating to follow. A confirmed bird

," Everglades area In Palm Beach, 'pade: and Broward Counties hunter has his favorite dog, gun, and hunting area, and. ON THEGAINESVILLE
with a take of 150 deer The Flsheatlng Creek. area to him "all's well with the world."

located In Okeechobee County repeated 17 wild turkey and Deer-Vehicle CollisionsAn
the Avon Park area in Highlands awl Polk Counties reported automobile Is not a legal method of taking deer; SUN
p5 wild hogs. .I < however, during the 1964-J5 hunting season more than 100 vehicle
accidents involving deer will occur in Florida. addition
Aldrich said eight additional win ure management areas 1
opened for public hunting In the 'JSiIrd District (Northwest to the sure damage to the vehicle, and usually the
Florida) November 21. The Aucilla Wildlife ManagementArea death of the deer, there Is always the possibility of Injury

located In both the Second aril Third Districts opened to the occupants of the vehicle.

November 14. With the opening o? t UK additional areas a Hunting .season Is the moat dangerous time of the year

total of thirty public hunting areas will be open to the sports for vehicle-deer col!alone. Fawns born in early summer are .
men. wIn now roaming more as they become less dependent upon the

addition to the regular wildlife Management areas other doe. Food conditions art changing and deer will be travelIng 000

managed dove fields will be opera for dove hunting. The longer distances from bedding to feeding areaa Late season 000ooeeo

season for ducks, geese and coot (opened November 25, at is a time for mating and the mating bucks are on pk

which time sportsmen became eligible to hunt fifteen different the move. I

species of game birds and animate. u Motorists _are urged: to__use extreme.' _caution _
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I : Area Pauses to' Give Thanks ; ,> I IAN

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I ARCHER THANKSGIVINGTI BOY'S I i They'll B'kvsBrcd'Together; : I I

Wlmt I Have I 'a l By STEVE VAUGHN
tF: Student Journalist
EVLNSTON The Thanksgiving holiday means'a little bit
To Be Thankful For' more to Evlnston people all M of them.

I Many Alachua County residents won't even recognize the

By TOM BATEY name of the tiny community, huddled squarely on the Ma.
lion County line a mile west of Highway 44I. By actual count,
The world la full of things that I am very thankful Evlnstnn has I It families,

for. When I hear about people overseas I feel very "We've got 20 If you count the Garrisons over on 441," i
thankful. If a person overseas lives to be is old as .
our says Mrs F D McRae, an old timer,
normal person does, It Is a miracle.To .
Her., untarnished by commercialism's grip on the holiday

most people In America It Is not very Important season, Thanksgiving Is a throwback to the original Thanksgiving -

to get a penicillin shot that only costs 15 cents, but overseas I of the Pilgrims over JOO years ago,
many people could be cured by one shot that may In contrast to the rapid, bustling pace of the nearby highway -
not live to be thirty years old. leading Into Galneavllle, Evinston's handful of citizens
gather with many of those who have moved away for I leisurely .
The thing I'm most thankful for Is my family. I have Thanksgiving afternoon of spreading their fond, eating .
six people In my family. I'm thankful that all of them reunion and visiting They come down the country road
are healthy. One of my brothers Is In the Air Force. leading west from the highway and gather under small pavilion

TOM BVTEY I didn't realize how thankful I was for him until he on a grassy plot of land used as a park.
left home. Here, In an obscure community not even on most road

Use His Eyes I'm thankful for the progress of medicine. If It hadn't maps Thanksgiving, has evolved a full circle. Starting with
the gatherings, It hat come down
been for medicine there wouldn't be but about half the Pilgrims community
To Sec OurBlessings' population there Is today. through the years to Early America when I trip to grand
.ov mother's bonus was In order, onward to modern America
I'm glad I can eat food and drink water without being Evinston's Reunion Pavilion where suburban families are likely to celebrat. the holidayIn
worried about it having germs that might make mesick their split level homes alone, then finally back to the
The reason for that Is because scientists have I'II.rlm'llorm of community celebration.
found out Today In the biff day for Evlnnton citizens. who will gather In the town pa. that'll be here Thursday
by all
I ARCHER Tom Batey ban processing certain things, they can kill Why, you ought t'see th. turkey -
11-ytor-old sixth trader the germs. vilion, shown above, for their annual Thanksgiving get-together.. Evlnnton a ," said Mrs Fred Wood, Sr,, silting on i bench In the pavilion.
community of about 50 persona" border on the southern Alachua County line "
I at Archer Elementary School. My freedom Is very Important. I am free to choose near ( photo by Steve Vaughn) .
Miranopy. JSun gently In the morning Fin-
His essay, "What I Have T* my Job"and can be a member i Nearby, Spanish moss .!
I lie Thankful For," was pick reach of any religion When I rids breeze from two tall pines and a sprawling oak, ana
twenty-one I am not limited
ed first from among 39 writ- to a certain sectionof down the grassy Incline on the road, t lone cat passed by.
and told what to do with It. .
ten by fifth and sixth-graders, can buy as much Float Everyone took noli, V
land I Levy's Inaugural
as afford
can and do
as please with it
as long
about Thanksgiving, In a contest as It Is legal. "I don't guess we'll have enough chairs from the church r\
take of this ," Mrs. Wood continued
sponsored by the Archer to care everybody year
Woman's Club. The government of our country Is chosen, not by the "They'll be coming from as far ."ay" Jackannvllle"She
"Tom II' good steady Republicans or Democrats, but by each party combined. Will Show County's Riches' said she expects "at least 100 ,people, to |alhw."

sixth grader who can get If one party chooses our government the country would Mrs Wood called ,herself a."newcomer" to Evlnston slurs
Into mischief but la dependable be run by that single party. "I've only been here 21 years.. \'

," said Richard G. Tall- BRONSON Levy County'a pear attired In a while evening I' checkered shirt and short "The Thanksgiving here has just gotten to be an established w
and .sixth- ,Our education la a very Important thing In our coun sold Mrs. P. K. Rlrhsrdion whose father was
man principal float for the Jan. S inaugural at the head of the float [overalls. custom, ,
try. If
grade teacher "He Is a good there wasn't any schools we would probably be parade In Tallahassee will be gown one of the town's founders. She said she has lived In !vln.tOll -

wholesome boy who has a desire a country under communism. Many people eighty years adorned with beautiful girls representing ,Jan Golden, Queen of the I Candy Clark, Cedar Key, will since she wan one year old In 1M1.
to leant." ago didn't have but about a third-grade education If each community and [Chlefland Watermelon Festival, represent the (inning Industry.She She couldn't retail exactly when the Thanksgiving custom .
that much,
Tom lives with his family, Now we can't get a decent job unless we have started
its got
at least products. will wear a red formal, and all will be dressed as a mermaid
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Batey, graduated from high school. Schools are some Tentative I "Every year It gets bigger, though," she aald.
call for Cor
plans the surrounded fishnet and
sister Ann and brother Frank, times taken for granted, but that Is one of the most nelia Bowman Miss count y'l homecoming! by With most of Evlnston't young ,people, having gone to
In Archer His brother Bill Is Important things of a persona life from Wllllaton Levy queens will be dressed accordIng sea food products Gainesville or other' cities to find livelihood the community
County, to ap'I'uhs -
stationed at Eglin Field with I'm glad that men have Invented machines to do hard to the product or commodity .I I Chlellsnd will represented- hasn't changed much In years The only store In town U a

the U. S. Air Force.At work In one day that before machines It would have from their respective com by Kay Cannon attired In a faded brown frame post office and general store which Mrs.
times many of as seem taken week I Local Men munities. I Wood's family runs.
a or for
more men to do by hand. bathing suit and eating a huge
to find little to be thankful for. I Some of the r.iW'nis commute and work In Gainesville.: .
I Perhaps this view, through I'm thankful for our farm so I can have some place I For Directors Mary Swilley, Bronson, will piece of watermelon.Yankeetown Others work on wale ranches In the/ ar., which have taken
the eyes of an 11 year-old to go and something b do. represent the lady "justice."I Inglls will be over land previously used for orange groves.
boy, might help to place our Of Exposition!! complete with the traditional represented by Carolyn Harris, "The train still eom..." said Mrs McRae, referring to the
blessings where they may be There are a lot more things I'm thankful for. but Two local men have been balance and scepter, I dressed ss a retired fisher nearby Atlantic Coast Une track, "but It rfoesn' atop anymore

seen.-Bob Meeker. these are a few that I am moat thankful for. named by Cov Farris Bryant Beth Whltehurst, Wllllstnn. lady." since they, closed down the depot some years back."
to the 28-man board of directors will represent the farming community. I The lner.I'ppfaranr. of the
She will be dressed In float be the "horn of .
for the Florida Industries Exposition will
next April In Orlando. plenty" pouring forth the many Claims Birchers
Five Enter Law Contest I W. A. Shands, chairman of Services ScOt I assets and commodities of the
ley Associated Industries of Florida ,County. The products will be depleted -
I and former state senator, and by 'large papermachelikenesses.

For Council John R. Kelly, city utilities In Hawthorne Harassing I Demos |
City Positions director were appointed to the IndusUrei to be represented
blue-ribbon board. I HAWTHORNE Services at Include timbering, agriculture,

LAWTEY Five candidates,Eugene Pearson and Leslie ed at marshal here for three The 2* business leaders are 7.30 tonight mark the obtervjsnce -(seafood, peanut products, cattle IT.Aur.umNEfAP)- ,1I Winter said the committee w*
have entered the race for two Phillips. I called upon to see that each of Thanksgiving at the and retired living Democratic Chairman, Warren Ignoring' correct procedures.
years, and prior to that was a Galilee Baptist Church here .
Is Mrs. Patricia Feller. Extension
community at
scats on the Lawtey City Council represented Goodrich says he Is Investigating
which will be decided In a A former councilman, Phil-: member of the ,Stark Police the exposition 1! Rev B. C Clinton said choirs Homemakers Council a report that members of Hurl, pronounced Weed"*.

municipal election on Dec. I. lips was defeated last year in Department for two years The Development Commls-(from various parts of the slate Agent, Is the commllteewornan the John Birch Society and the said he and the executive committee -

In addition to the Incumbents,1 a bid for re-election. I City Clerk Mrs. Ethel Reddish -lion said more than' half the will participate, promising be'charged with planning and lla- White Cllluns Council have had taken abuse for their
B. E. ( Reddish and Lawtey Marshal M. M. Jordan said the city registrationbooka 300 booths have been reservedfor an impressive service.A son with the Mormon Church been trying to disrupt meetings strong suppert of President
Bryant) I
who have ] I has qualified and has drawn will remain open until the fourth annual four-day free dinner win be given of ChlefUnd, which has been of the St Johns County Democratic Johnson, He said his lawn was
Wayne Massey qualified
for re-election the slate'no opposition. Jordan has serv!I Saturday April program.____ to each person_present! _____commlMnn| <* in hitlld the' float KsecuUve Commilu. I Ir. ripped up and some yard furniture
-- smashed and that rotten
Includes H. C, (Busier) Bennett,i ox A. Mulct, chairmen of the
thrown Johnson
were against
HIGH sruINcs'ai1uNsrr rH r executive committee complained
headquarters during the
to Gondrlrb office Wednesday
Book Due that members of the two campaign

Mrs. Simpson's OakA groups, disgruntled 'Ever the de- The Intruders at the meetings
Ageless feet of Sin Barry CoMwaUr.I laughed! and askd harassing
, On Levy I had Invaded the last two meet- questions, Boil acid.i .
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::11' FOlProgrcssl Belated Victim I enough Goodrich, Information said he did to sot form have an i I Jigs Too Ea'y

:q! BRO.NSOV Material for of ProgressBy I opinion, "hut there are plenty ,flTTSBURfJ Kan. (C4PJ-P/).
ef to deal with ,,
Plan For Progress ways '
"Levy County lice searched more than M
,: has been assembled and trio "pIII.j hours for a stolen ear
will soon be published In book SAM McGARVEY (Simpson's home on Ms in i 'We bought the place her 50 I and made the setting so attraoluve. [couldn't stand It any more and V. J. Winter, who" ..,
form. '1. 5.. Staff writer (street which she saved severallyears [years ago, Mrs. Simpson said, ,, [asked Mr. Burkhardl to haveIt a number of the Ku Xkii Klan,I I: They found K Iw* blocks from

The committee of the HIGH SPRINGS The huge ago, la being cut down at because there were four fineloaki I "Several years ago, when rut down.* said he and}.a couple of dozen'police headquarters with two t
steering Development oak In front of Mrs. Henry" H.]her request. which shaded the home I they widened the street," she Mrs. Simpson says that when friends. went to last Tlluratla,'. overtime parking tickets stuck
Levy County Rural Area . executive cemmlttee meeting, to'beneath the windshield wtp e r S
I --.u.' .. ----. continued, 'I begged Mr. Burk- she and her husband came here I
and discussed Council final met Monday I hardt (Florida Power Corp. dis-. and Settled. U years ago, Main(,find lilt what was going on''by.""fellow- officers._-
beet manager C 1:. Burkhardtlto I Street was nothing but a clay
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the recently completed ,
spare that one at I personal ,lad and "11 two cars went by
evaluation I favor,HWho tin a day, It was a lot ef I/if-
of In agriculture "
Reports lurveys could resist an appeallike fir,
forestry, tourism recreation that!* I Still active, despite her" 12
health and education and bluff years. Mrs. Simpson east km..
Certainly not ,
youth programs were presented '''fine where ad tho energy she
Burkhardl, who shares/ withMrs.
by Leonard Cobb secretary, and' "v !JMce had! has to.I .
x Simpson a love '"f the outdoors '* :0fII"
William H. Smith RAD area mowed ,, semi
and the collecting
specialist from Live Oak.A disc IrtIf act8. time ago," she said 'and hate

list of eountywide projects So, while the rest adown.. .'! br M worth setting of bus.card's s. P
programs and gay has been I( eggs since"
lawn Man Street cleared
for future reference I was She wes born at Micanooy .toIM2.
compiled II jf big (nee, to the march ef
for the HAD Council guide In II,I oak daughter ef Mr, and Mrs
progress Mrs. Simpson's
advancing their work In the I I James Cooper Mathers and
ass left as a monument to sea- lived there for M years. Her

County Lineal. father was a ...114ru1'. ;
\ol Too I..tcr But while C-y..r-pld Mrs. fist to Micsnopy for many
&npon, *- mmd fighting een.
, than a \borneomlng. actually' she has an active conscience. ," Mrs. Suns** says 'end
"III i weiring of a premiere when -W 'All<< they left thai tree ilia.'. Howard Peace, and he's
actor Lyle Talbot returned to I nis dhg.- she said *'tt caused 10 yean 4d." '
j, his lid home tows"to the road aothtoi but trouble Everytlme JTbtto that hi twfotdMedly a*> Help for the Blind
, IIIoW vented of "er Toe there W there If aelwbt
was a | electrical [gndmtatnnmt
, .." c-r ...., the power Us.. MO>T the .put. she bee hundreds M Florida Lions FewMfaHoia fee the Bled mU emriches .
j Talbot wbe. left Omaha with tree tpfcUered and flatbed and 'rtMdI here to High Spmt ) by IIM Ihto week preeesiled hy MM. Mary

t kypnotuf act when be was ...ade bangtog sows, and I where everybody kneel Mr Wend (shove. ) ernUUnt ef the GahmvlUe Llo......
II) 17 bad been to stow bostons I Operation Big Tree eVk-l know whether to get a topee. 0. .. Accepting tilt ...1I..t_ WM Cal..e,llle
ever sure some 41 years ttr the bed or wider the home She ties two children a w ..... President Frank Kfement and Club Drive Dfreelwr >
I'I but "never played Omaha. Ha 154 I I Tree .."... are toy dk.cmb ring tile h.,. ask which was a big one Thra the repair crew had Marry, ef High' Sprwp. and a Bid n...". The feuiidallmi for the fund a "
:I pa:rnL'. Mr, and Mrs. J. E. year apt when Mr*. 8iss.. wowed here. The taN calk fw great shill to get I' there and watt, and, laughter Mn. All** Bar lines project kelpe finance eye perstlmie and treat.asewt *
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Number 28, 1964 Gofnenilla_ Sun I7A

I Some Learn More by 'Getting Away From It All' I

(Editor'a Note: Ibis Is the Iti That's the opinion i of Dr.1 ness personnel hive a chance to dining room, audio-visual equip- over the world. i'idcntial atmosphere." provement and this should filter ties with funds to build residential
In a series of articles on adult George F.. Aker, associate professor catch the latest advancesin auditoriumfor Dr. Enrico Giordano, down to the classrooms.
education In Florida by Dr. Rog.I of adult education at up on ment, library and assls-||1 Dr. 'Sidney French emeritus centers. Adult residential
er W. Axford visiting associate Florida State University: who their respective fields of I small groups. tant dean and director of resident 1 dean of academic affairs at the Continuing education is here to i centers are found at the University
professor at Florida State Inlversiiy. I recently completed a national knowledge. Examples of short courses organized conferences for FICUS(:University of South Florida Is stay.Residential of Chicago, the University
.) survey of residential adult education Recently the University of by FICUS Include a says Florida has an open field planning a unique program on adult education of Georgia and Michigan
I institutions. South Florida announced a pro traffic court conference held In for Informing the adult, and Improvement of college teaching centers are springing I up State University. Notre Dame
By DR. ROGER W. AXFORD Residential adult education is I gram of on-<:ampus conferences,1 Jacksonville; a planniing and keeping him abreast of the Limited to 25 teams each throughout the country. The W. has Just received a grant t o
Written For an education workshops and short courses. zoning conference cosponsoredby times. Says Or Giordano: 'institution of higher learning is K. Kellogg!! Foundation has assisted !build a center for continuing
The Associated Press (for a short period program of time designed in a The program Is "designed to' the Florida Association of "The potential for continuing invited to send both Inexperienced numerous universi! education of adults.
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) location where the participants meet the professional and cultural 1 County Planning and Zoning Directors education for the state of FlorI-- faculty to help Identify
"Residential adult education is "live in" away from the distractions needs of adults" and the' held at Tampa. da I feel is phenomenal. Many projects for Improvement e I f
the most rapidly growing formof of telephones, appoint- announcement lays that offer- A summer conference held on professional and lay groups are college instruction.
continuing education for adults ments, and interruptions. Busy !Ings will range from one-day speech pathology held at the interested in up-grading and Im- One conference will be held W&NII5,5ROMNES
In the United States." executives, teachers, and busi- seminars to week-long con- University of Florida, Gainesville !proving themselves. Our role is this year and one next. All Flo- : : J .
,ferences.. brought together persons I to do all we can to assist with ridlans should benefit from thisprogram ",:, ,'.:. mA "" """ ,
1 A unique residential center is interested in problems of speech top level Instruction in a_ resl- of Instructional im :
the FICUS on.the Bay described and those who wanted more -- \ f
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as a residence center of' information on exceptional ed .
the Florida Institute for Continuing ucation. The of the conference 1 \ ;, : ::,:'
I purpose :. :.. ,.,,., .. .. ,. .
gram University for conferences Studies'and pro-institutes was of'to training Increase programsfor the effectiveness .:;;.., ..."...f.i....... ....t"".,..".,\".',..".,,.,,,....:',\;:. ...':'..h.'t\'at":,", :
the DaysBy located at the FICtSI speech Impaired children" .1 '' !; I 1K190 DAYSS :
center in St. Petersburg."The and "Vat
brought together specialistsfrom .
REX THOMASMONTGOMERY Negro Caliph Washington, 24 emphasis is upon university -I throughout the country. ;:,...:"":!:':!t:;'".:;.;,;P.::'.maaiS'Ybew.ta,' <:,;' ...?" jt.00r I.....:.'..,:..;. ...t...:..).

Ala.. (AP) begged him, "Please spare my for level members non-credit of adult Instruction Conferences on pharmacy :I Hoe,a w horns athcr where con= :Saws pd been asIee.rplo.on sower. Carer., e1 ::::\. .;
Death lives In a steel barred life." or- management (Miami!), community jlanwao todklu'h. Owk I and craata wnanltary can*
cell In a closely guarded wing of ganizations wishing to continue planning (Tampa), and a 1 1 .: ditlono In your tar*I'f e coll f PC. Grt *>o !;:
Kilby Prison. He has 18 room Three times since then, Wal their education in today's ever- conference for clergy on the rehabilitation Sugar renews th&rburnedup : -llMtrf r"it control nrvlco avollablo Jelwitida pi oonlrol ;.
mates. lace has left the Negro slayer'sfate changing world," says Dr. of the criminal offender > imdw tho d cilon ee a graduate *ntomologi f. !.
Twelve condemned Negroesand in doubt by granting three Glenn A. Goerke dean of general (US F., Tampa) are only nlllNsrlCnON. ESTIMATES "
six white men convicted of and four-week reprieves, with. extension for FICUS. a few of the many programs

murder or rape wait as their out.announcing Washington his, who ultimate was convicted verdict .-! Plans are for accommodations carrried on by Institutions of (0 Th ) : \iIDA Phon.
numbered days fade away. Unless of killing white for 3511 In air-conditioned rooms higher learning In Florida. A t, (
a policeman 37MMI
the courts or Gov. GeorgeC. at Lipscomb, Ala., near with dormitory bath facilities I conference on quantum theory .aersrc.t e..
Wallace Intervene, they are Birmingham when he was 18 Located on beautiful Bayboro annually attracts scientists to
doomed to die In a gaudy yellow now Is under sentence to die;Harbor, facilities Include private remote Sanibel Island from all
electric chair. --
I Nov. 20.Since. .

cell Some for have years been, living In the from death re! he first walked Into the 50 STORE BUYING POWER SAVES YOU $$$

prieve to reprieve. Some, newly death cell on Jan. 21. 1960, the Ihminnam4oI
convicted, have Just begun to Negro's execution has been III I I'I'I
wait it out.Three postponed 12 times by former ,111IIpq
convicted as killers and Gov. John Patterson, by Wallace II I iu ) .. t,7
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one as a rapist have exhausted and by the courts. I M Y I ISrmWIIMIINou
their remedies in court, and'
now only the hope of I Some of his reprieves have
mercy $CUIWT
from the governor separates, come only hours before he was r
to die.
them from death. I tR t.
The 14 others have appeals I Cobcrn's execution i few moments y I \

bama pending all in death the courts.sentences In automatically Ala! 4 was after the first midnight electrocution last Sept.In I I is proud and, txtrtmtly pleased to f bring' i

State Supreme are reviewed Court, and by some-the years.Alabama in more than two ; f:thiotWORLDeS! ,FINEST':.SOUND 'EQUIPMENT,'' ,'MADE; .'

times by federal Judges as well When Wallace became gover- QUALITY A (recognized By e riftattrbw experts as tlttleadtr- 1OISCOU -
The governor has the power to nor In January 1963, seven mill
commute the death sentence to were waiting In death row. One
life Imprisonment. By refusing Cobern, has been electrocuted; Iit! HiTFi) ,
to Intervene further after the another won a new trial and
execution had been delayed It received a life term. II q, I iui DOWN' AY MOTHHKTTIL;,15J v
times Wallace ordered a white Fifteen others doomed by trial W lu1111L u, Nllim ,n... .._. .
man, James W. Cobern, to die Juries have come Into prison !.M I
for a robbery In which a woman since Wallace took office. 1
was slain. Of the 18 in death cells now .
In every other death case rive white men and nine Ne-
awaiting his verdict, the governor groes still have a chance to beat
has put off the decision. H. the sentence In court. But for
once told a condemned man Caliph Washington, Leroy Taylor 1
during a clemency hearing "1 William Bowen and Drewey
have agpnized over such matters i Aaron It'. up to the governor to 151
but It Is a decision the governor say whether they live. Bowen la 1I M i Lt1c1T ti

That must was make.last Sept." (, when a I groes.white; the other three are Ne I jlIQJlIlI1

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$560 o Rodlot 16 tubm,2 diodes, "retl'i.rslo, 4 Wove Bonds AM. FM, Marine' F ._ /
Short Wavel o Full-rang ban h.bL, muck i lp* cri conrrolil o luilt-n, !
1 AM PM antenna! o 6 concert loudipeckr l o Doubt Puth-Full Aud'a'I
featured Phonoi World lomom DUAL 1008 Changera -0r,5 s.e d.h w.tnw sod. 7 ,
0 SHOWN M...'. end syittmt Many mar ... Ir.w.r.. P..hhvn n life tops.
Big lays' all HIM i 'Intermixed) rotordt)! Dyno-!kelly
0 SLACK I Automatic Indexing (ploys r REMOTI CONTROL Y'wrU'a"Ne114"e,
Siiet 6
12. B and
0 CORDO balanced ton arm Diamond needle! Megnttlc H.r.o" cartrldgal Turns n.I1.. Owes
D widths. 1 AM.'M, sum. -shirrse '
dhr.. a.1221... You Must See This to 1I.lin. It II IIrhu"doy.

C CiLDON'O' .S I ,+ : S21 [.+. :1:r1 ::1:.... --------------------------------------

OES''L band shortwave
ALL SIZES ,. r 1 I am-fm, marine ,

$3.99 and up "d *il
OFFChildren's r''CED 1
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;itJ:!! ORIGINAL I} $1t'187 WHY

Cowboy BOOTS WHOLESALE---!!..J ,
WoI"ut sine '11". PAY
PRICES wlel.. U" M deep, 23'. I". I TI 1Nigh.
RANGE $399 To $699 1

LADIES DRESS HEELSHigh 1 NO MONEY DOWN... PAY NOTHIH.Q TILL 1965 \ AGE. 4-fcbo rado; 2 lodes. I ,ecllfl.,' 4 .o.. bond l COll n_ "bas. I
/ JrWocr>troW concert" Uud. h.r o Keyboard pwh"'htt'n .I.e".n'
Heels Med. Heel. low i o iVJi-to' AM, PM anlwmol' a 4-ip. STEREO
Heels, Stecked rKOrdtl

$499 $1199LADIES ] ] NEW Euclc PALL 1' n- 4

COLORS Stew Morin. Bond 1

and TEEN'SLOAFERS fiat" "' ? Ii

.Here they are the dream / 1 Z 975 :4 ?tr! i :!t. ,
free-and-easy ew" ran !k.e. And / IELOV/ iii }ii'ilfsl; 1 1 1 I 1irtii
:... :::: IRKED w
all heal' detailed l?'t' ORIGINALWHOLESALE MAOE TO BELt /OIL $2191S n .
toother PALL / 1j


a R.drs 9 tubes. 3 d..dM. I rvctifiorl o 4 wow f QIfco w.4. .q. e dr. .mmd I ORIGINAL 1 1 i 1
PRICES COOD THROUGH SAT. ao Keyboard push- 179 / I e.'b+weed e r sob".e en..., 5d1i.N.esawn its
benas, il ctioi4 F ban, w bte, uuc, ,
i tfttdt co *roU e 4 concert budipaalnnl a Tope WHY PAY MORE 1rsord.r
eeceedoed$ 4..ped changer (ns emum MACE 7fl BELL FOR $319.11 E
/ elt-fi racordil Diamond MdM fm aiortl 1

t-a1_ c1I4I QUALITY w* on iy trva ""s e
OPEN A.M..' P.MSUNDAY NOON PX- ; g- aw ;i
CMISI AND UT-AWAf GAINESVILLE Acres Fees P.rkii W PAYS AT MO WSJ 4d DISCOUNT !*., sw van Instant cVi
VII 0.M CENTRAL..... K>m w. e emNe 1 ,.. I U.S.44IN.a 23rd ...d. PW J7'.U91 s s s sarongs p.. .Ms.a e."r DU

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with appetizing additions!

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27 & ,. /
28, 1964 i .INSPECTED

all T' s ';. : :. OS LESS OnOKiNG l1ME!

Q' ) ._., _
m **iirr! : ''' "

/ BonelessRound
# 4 o.

(PUDLIX\ Steak

i ,- ....
'MARKRTS. lb. 89

_'.. ._" _ _ ,

Sirloin Steak lb.99c


A PLEASURE s T-Bone Steak lb.99c

dairy specials N.i Key Club Steak lb.99c

......,... CI.. *.*.A rMe 't

Large Eggs..,,,,,.;..?..ft.; 49* ; Chuck Steak lb.59c

kIWI ;An.wHt .1'\'t' ",III" .. Herman's. Orange Band Breakfast
Margarine .............. I..hI.. 31' Link Sausage ........,.....8-os.,: 351. Ground Beef lb. 49c
.... .. .
pho W fo J. / On**Stempi wttk tip*.I)

MUSSELMAN'S assorted flavors instant whole egg

. AppieSmuel '[ e e'e "" I CoHee |M yonnaise

MIII 10-ox.jar


Sunshine' Popular

frozen food e Krispy Crackers VS.; 3V

lieu Cheese,Ham fr Cheese,Wheat Thins,F.F.V. VALU1IIE S2 OrCOKPON I I I

Appetizers 3 ;:: 87MORTON'S < KITCHEN COMBINATION and Hw. 27.DM. Iwm '""- I E

BAR-B-Q SET, ,-- M A R K t T:
Pot Pies 4 ft;: 89" AIL 3 PIECES, ;

Downy-Flak Froisn -ORANGE 1 s ..r

Waffles ..... 2 s.pkl.... 35. Drink Decanter\ Gal. 39'Moifon'i 99C(ouroN..>4MtouM ..'IUI.NeialPtlill.LJIiUIM.llig< eJwa N. IIn,} .
Froien Gorman Shortening! Special (limit 1 please)
Choc. Cake ." 5T59 o .
Swift 49C
Chin Kin( Chicken er Shnmp nine Can

Chow Mein ... .16-ot.pkg. .59'Gaiton'i W.Ichode's Delicious 0 fl1 FLORIDA YELLOW SWEET

Fro... Haddock Grape Drink 32.Os. 25C GAINESVILLE I Con CORN
Fillets ............. pkl. 59
Osage Freestone SHOPPING
W.kfiold Freion

Crab Meat ." ..6P&. Peach Halves 'i 2 19C 10 ears 49eJTAFLO

IOOR.Tll: "OIOO IOO lXTRA1S'00: 100""EXTR t=REft. IOOIIOOW'll. 100 '_ .

I ,J" Oreen MA.1._...Stamps b e J" Green......_.Stamps........... I J7 l Green ua.u. Stamps J1 Green......_.Stamp.......... 1014N.MAIN ST. l
NINb outs CAT eueesils STORE HOURS
FNM .....else Mew .9ge. .... 0 a.21-..w........i._.. .SJc.. .- U\.i........-e.e..7ge- 00 4...6\1..-....'..-c......Sit.- 9.a.m.te 9,m.Monday tHrti Friday
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100rtf.A IOO IIOO uV EARXTRA E! X! OO'; !50"ff FRIXTRAuVVVO ;!5ml TIAm50 50ml!,. T'Am50}

I-.b/ore.n" .Stamps.4......_... l' J"_Green.......,..' Stamps '0.J" Green.**..'CMM.Stamps<*..*..""* C* >I Je;( Green era..._.Stamps._... I J" Green...AO..M,..M Stamps M......*
OIOOORANT T.LMt. A..r...a'.1".s,..e4 L....._ .0\.? I g c TARN CW lAG WMOll SAIISAGI HOB IMOKI0 )a 1{b "V.VM i 6-01. Ia ale 15.... pkg. 6ge tise_ilc.. 1-lfc. chi. 3U
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Fire Station Loiv Bidder

Guy Cleveland Construction $1.187: McDonald and Sons niendation to the City Com-
, h, was apparent low bidder Construction Co., $62586: Brown I mission at the next commission
'i t \ednesday with a $54,000 based Construction Inc.. J63.KI:M. M. meeting, presumably Monday
I |, for the cltyi second new Parnsh Contractor,$64 060; las- "' -' "
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I re station. man) Construction 567,100; and Tax Seminar -'j OUR BUYERS HAVE REALLY OUTDONE THEMSELVES!
Arnold and Wright Ine. $&8,2010.1 1
, | The Cleveland firm! submitted

1 I d base which bid of will$54,722 be on built the pro Just]* lll Moore ned. the and one May. story Architects fife station do-.I seminar TALLAHASSEE tax assessors Nov. 30 set(will API up attend by State Florida a 'I THESE ARE, WITHOUT A DOUBT, J M FIELDS. "

; (13th Street In the 1200 block :Comptroller Ray Green to assist 1
I If, NW 30lh Avenue. i City Manager Bill Green said(them In their Jobs. I Icu
bids Wednesday the bid. I I Green office said assessors
Other opened Wednesday 1 which included -
from (1 of Forida 67 counties
Ifternoon were Triest Construeon three alternate bids I utr
would attend the seminar
Co., j5634: PS. Prevatt, would be studied for recom( tour-day olscouxt

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Camera & Projector! .v., "..._.. Me, fj I PAY 298
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Transistor TV'I .toIl, ...M Nei ..... ij RI'
ID Typewriters Bracelets = -- -- -- = A wMn rL..e.9700=: .L'Io', 4e. l.c ] : i MORE,

Pendants = LADIES' : -_ OWN Famous Mattel 1.182\ channel! Full. power
Lighters DIAMOND \to..,.w 0_. In._..... ::= MONBV o transformer gives longer tube life, trouble-free
Ladies' & Mens1Wotlets ...-iiic,.-.. ... No
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BillfoldsMens' I 900 contrast sharpens picture! Operates. at 24,000

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A.n..omi leer al.n.ono tV In yore III MI. ft
Discount i Prices Nily .ha__....r' ....... rosy seen'.
Buying AnElectric "' .
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Shaver == E Stock of !
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iiS&f 4Costum l_ It-button chordplaytr '
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r :- =- I(j f, ,:". g- =-:- =- with Upholttwt b..lch, > ? I-. load? Save times, work, soap woterl Complete I wash
le'e\ g' 0 .= '=-d.-'i.: play tamp IvtIaI/A 3 books of oaty r ..;;.. + t N cycle! 3-woy Rmie.away! e Exclusive" Undertow Agitator!
:: \ I h = R 88 L e Water Temperature: Selectorl Safer for all labeled
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9.94 to 29.83 ,"--- _- porcelain enomel ....,iott o Clean, I E ?esM I, ,....1.'.. .ia..H
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GAINESVILLE-Acres Free ParkingU.S. I I OHM t ......* PJ4. IUNOAY NOQe&., PX. CHARGE IT! QUALITY lie"'*v.v' _
GAINESVILLE Acres FreeVWA Potkln9 .) MIW.lllll.... MOMS
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OP INTINTION TO OSI.S5$1115, rls? 5511511 ..
RIOItTI PICTITIOUI NAMIPu 410(505 C1a4y. Flo,M. Inl.nn" ,,, 51. ,
Western Countries .tutnt It tKtion IU M, Fl...... Upruit I, Mid. mtltloul un t imow tht
Profit no"ct I li Mt y ,1 vot tlitl IMdortltPiot ? .,,/,. ol fnt OnVMud It...... pn
Mr ond H>' t P. I, L*.... Do... tt Otlntiv't. ,........ 1..H II...
I I... 551.5 w.. moor Tru ntfflt f!I.., of nWomlifr, A D. IH4.llOTtel .
wwnwvin* .Ptrm ont omommtil Nyflory I W. L. GETTER
Rtult 1. In >t>. OilnnvtlH fir ,177511 11ISL II..ltIIlJ.
Selling to Castro's Cuba chvt. Cwnry PtorMt, pitmen: tt : I 1

"01115,5 II"of flctltleoi tM ttoroitld ntmo llttvtt. undw tM oV OP INTUITION TO

Do.... of .._,.... >Mrld., MM kddty I ",'"Tlil PICTITIOUI NAMIPunutnl

New .of P Novtmntr L LAOA"It A 0.. 1M4. I ItMuM, ntlK tt Kllon M ......M.OI... tlvtn P 1.U..., d nundtnlgMd .o

o Hark JEtutra (preclude pleasure cars and concentrate British sales engineers are II I. 1710_ ,-MPunuinl i iI I Mdir. Jtnci flit Inurpailnd tlrm nomt doingMUntM .

By JUAN DE ON1S on critical spare parts, also looking at the port and I I toOTiCI i i wO l: Itvt Supn OlMwnl tIli wUnlvtnny
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transportation Ant.. Oinnvlllt, Fi.. O.lrvlllt. ...
HAVANASalesmen from equip I m e nt, railroad situation The Canadian IIGIIT.II "CTITlOI/I NAMI Attchvt County PltrW. Inhvu.'It .

western countries are Increasingly -Pharmaceuticals and veterinary electronics Industry has sold I tt tKlltn PUN. Plir 41 I i'.... tvtllttf pnwlUtm MM.of tclllltM 11 itamiid tlmt lltiulDtlM 1..5Nr,

active In Cuba supplies, breeding stock for $I million in communications,IttniM. nttkr. I. Mroby |.von IMt .,..1 1 tt Otlnnv R Florldi, Kiu IIdty
and they ........ ... .
livestock and JHMrraloMd tf NtvtmbH A. D. IH,
say there are handsome profit. poultry farms, equipment for Cuba's ships and MUntu undM IM firm ntnt Itvo ,1 W L. GETTER

to be made In running the Unit books and movies. airplanes 'I L_' l!pw_ D loss-w:....""' .!ism," .* "_ H, .ni_ __ jj51 :

ed States economic blockade. After several years of experi- On unofficial levels, the Cuban .
ence with Soviet
trucks Czech
The consensus of E n g II h. buses! Chinese public's desire for western
Canadian, French and other goods which were common here Gas Genie
switches, and other :
non-communist traders is that the products of until 1961 Is striking These says

Premier Fidel Castro's annual socialist Industrial line, goods come In through merchant -
bankroll for trade with the WestIs workers and maintenance seamen or travelers returning Swim Christmas In Your
men familiar with US By
between $100 and $120 million a western country

equipment agree that their new They are sold for extravagant
hardware Is
This calculation Is'based on Inferior. prices. Own Low Winter
This explains to a consider- 1 Backyard.
the belief that Cuba will sell able degree An American lipstick Is sold
why Cuban officials
enough sugar In western mar have gone after British Leyland for 14 pesos (the peso Li nominally ; trA .

kets to secure this amount of buses for urban and inhere 11 y at par with the dollar). Rates Are Now In Effect !

exchange even if it means re- transport and French Berll e t A set of piston rings for a 1952

ducing sugar sales to the Com trucks. for heavy constructionwork. Plymouth can bring as much

munist countries. as 150 pesos. A flint for a lighter All Work Is Custom Guaronr.ed
Representatives of we. tern sells for one
firms here talk about Cuba asa Leyland which represents a _

sort of salesman's dream, a v a r I let y of Industries, has 'N hE COUNTY JUIXII"I COURT 'N Guorontetd filter system Vacuum. Test KitCommie

I opened a permanent office hereto AND FOil ALAC"UA COUNTY 'LORI end brushSkimmer
market free of U.S. competitionwith DA
transport enter -
a tremendous demand for IN .0IATa 5." Years to Pay
western goods They say the t prism on operation and IN Re, a$1sI.O BE THANKFULHave IMno'..

Cubans pay punctually withouttoo maintenance of the buses The WILSON K VALIANT Drc....... ':if lank.Financing
first 150 for service In Havana NOTICE TO CRIOITOMi Deck All"n d.'y ,
much haggling over the had been i All Cndltort, ond All Ponom Htv HAPPY .
price. put Into operation Ing Clllmi' tr Dtmtndl Agtnit' IK a -CALL TODAY- .w' :
lilitlYou .
'U is all on the up and up, with great public success. i ott .........IMfllkd ond rtouIrM
Leyland is also investigating N i prtMnt soy cltlmi tnd dtmondiwhich THANKSGIVINGGainesville HO EXTRA CHARGE
of course, but U you want to
5117 tiivi tgilmt th oiliittt '
make a good capitalist profit in the truck market WILSON, K. VALIANT dtcolM 6 Yrs. Etpetlince [ FR 2.2912 I FORCUSTOM
I nit of Aloe.... County Pltrdi ft II.
a hurry this Is the place to be," The sugar industry alone la County Juoom tf Allchut' County UK in Custom DesignConstruction SHAPESEABREEZE

.said a Canadian salesman believe<< to require more than IllsM, III 55mM iKflon 737 dupllMlt It, piorido ond Hit 01provide

"If the government would let 15.000 large trucks in the next ..... In IMIr tttktt... lt wo CourlMuto In 0. County PlorM In. G-Cmpunv
us bring in some of our small couple of years. In ill cutndor monlhi from Iht tlmitl

motorcars' could sell 3.000 of An'emergency shipment of 1,. tM will llrtt to btrrtd puMKlllin Mrtt. tr IMMmt POOLS INC:'

standing the D.'... it Mloml Plorldl' IMI yitl lly
them just on corner -
000 Soviet Army trucks is being N No_..... ". Do 1114,
at $3000 apiece," said an MAIUHA I. VALIANT 237 W. University..* Phone FR 2-6J91
made now to help out In the Adln/lI0lll5'
English representative.The ((27111 11'11. 10. Sot Ill ...
government's priorities current sugar harvest but these

'for Cuba's scarce free exchange Vfc-ton trucks are too small r ,,. .... IS?;. _,p,.... -..,,,,, .
:- }iptsalnulita0lt ututlllllllls
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22A esvill. Sun_Thursday, November_26 1954. .:

. I Passing of 'Good Old Days' Lamented 50 Yrs. Ago I IBy

NORM LaCOESun 1914 Thanksgiving Day came Gainesville's 10,180 citizens movie houses entertained the,wives to buy his cream bread gestion 'Shop Early' Is as timely sentiment for the over, and the long afternoon of

II Staff Writer I!around as It does this year,'celebrated that day, and some community, and one volunteerfire nstead of baking their own. as ever," noted the Sun lof 1111' good fellowship and games was spent,
I '
Back In I the good old days of on Nov. 21BRILLIAIMTI of them opened up the Daily company protected It. Gold Eagle Grocery Co. ad.rertised that day. of simplicity .'and the shadows of evening
Sun and turned to their favorite On page one of the Sun thai sugar at five cents a' At the First Presbyterian peace that comes from a'{closed around, the great assemblage

columnist on page three. They day, Russian armies rolled Into xmnd Church, choirs of ley era 1 contented heart, that marked crowded about the huge
HILARIOUS I I I read... Hungary, reaching the countries Wilson Company advertised churches gathered and offereda the old.time Thanks g I v I 11 I.:I fireplace. How gaily the pop

I GAGS. GIGGLES GUFFAWS' ,AND, SATIMII I Oh, my even way back thed, of L'ng and Zemplin men'I suits for $1159, and combined service of Thanksgiving -there would be no regret foriIh corn spluttered, how clear
1964 r..... WlmtwSEDUCEDad 1.ow. I.* '"" : I they were talking about It..... Turks whipped British Indian shirtwaist dresses .f taffeta The Rev. C. H. Sum good old days that are was the cider passed around!
Germ; ,
r piP.trO Q. "Ah yea those were food Troops at the Sues Canal and meisallne (who remembers .I mers pastor of the First Methodist gone. 1 Heart overflowing with Jollity

old day," wrote the Sun't President Wilson visited his what that Is?) for $1.18. Church, gave the sermon "But why can't they be conjured and gratitude burst Into song..

columnist SO years ago today. daughter In Massachusetts, In classified, an owner advertised Gainesville had 23 churches back again that we might "This was the spirit" of old-
Gainesville was a good town a used 1914 Buick B25, then cherish the generous spirit of time Thanksgiving.
then, with four banks, three prepared to go mountain that household festival.'It I. Ah yes these were good old
flBfltiMJiEQ climbing, far from the forest in excellent condition, with But some Gainesville residents
bakeries six hotels and no bar. fires raging In Missouri and electric headlights and electric saw, not progress, but is the character of the days
rooms It had one music house Arkansas. self-starter. confusion in the bustling com- day that we would have back .......
ENDS SHE (now Cox Furniture Co.), two In New Orleans, a group of "Buy a home now, while your munity, and for the m, the again the aftermath of the ", :>AJrJfeV
SAT. 1:00: 1:OJ 5:05.7:05.9:15, (orchestras and five music businessmen pooled $IOO,000- Dollars will buy big bargains," Gainesville Daily Sun columnist harvest, with Its spirit of Yd W
schools. Twenty-five lawyers, 000 and formed Cotton Products advertised the W R. Thomas wrote this, 50 years ago Joyousness, the bounteous feast
two architects and 14 physicians .. real estate company. Six real gathering together the family ..
TOMORROW AT 10 A.M. Including two women, Corp.Locally, Robert E. Davis, estate agencies were in busl todayThe Old Time Spirit of making sacred the beauty of .......,i-***.../TT
practiced. city attorney, advised MayorJ. ness, and Thomas had made Thanksgiving."Ah home ties.... ... .....

sorted Ninety out.six the miles city. of Two streets telephone H. Cubes about the city the switch from the buggy those were good old "And' when the feast was ____....!'._taw AIM: .In Ocala
business days.
council's action in voting downa
Ili systems and a gas works proposed ordinance to prohibit "Several stores are showing Thh, with' reminiscent sadness -
o, were In business. Two wagon liquor sales The Sun Christmas goods, and _the sug If there was not a lurk.
works, four auto agencies and
carried no liquor ads. KENTUCKY
three book stores sold their
For residents who did not
Two factories turnedout
wares. want to sit and read about the I'Ci'Fish.
baskets and crates, three
good old days, there was plentyof 4 Q FRIED CHICKENWILL

KIDDIE MATINEE 1483 Lodging, Atlantic diversion.Coast Line railroad right rte'tj BE

offered to carry you to Jack

ON STAGE: "UNCLE BILL" Prues, Surpnm! Food Licenses sonville and back for the day I

OH SCREEN: Laurel fir Hardy "WHEN COMEDY for 1150 I .A.
WAS KING"! Issued In Oct. The University of FI I lor I d a Dt/MPTi CLOSEDON
Alligators football team, headIng -I
for a successful season
marred by only two defeats,
Hotel and Restaurant Commission -
prepared to meet Mercer University r
reports that 1,483 operating In an annual rivalry. Hump: r
licenses were Issued to
-, Residents paid one dollar to THANKSGIVINGand
YOUR new public lodging and public see the Gators whip the visitors, :DumptyFRIDAY
establishments during
food service

e P THANKSGIVING TREAT 14-0, led by Quarterback Ram-
.t Ml. I ill, 5:2S.<7:27, ,:2I the month bf October. stead, who sprinted 45 yards All The Fish
I Commissioner Robert A. Rie- You Con EOT,
around left end In the fourth
del said these represent new CHRISTMASNOW
8./If'ligghil 'Inllo'' 0110", and quarter to wrap up the game. OLD-FASHIONED Hush Puppies,
Billy/ tf.ito.rtl not d..,. commission accounts pro- A match
wrestling was plan-
E1YI8 Cole Slow ---97<
NIGHT' and a.t. all, vide $15,481.00 In license fees to ned that night at the Baird FISH SPM-9PM OPEN
,1'1r a. lotiPRESLEY the state.
Theater, pitting the mid I die
Of the total new licenses 752 Fresh Cedar Key Fish
tales champion against the
were Issued to public lodging establishments i CHICKEN IN CAINESVILLE
UF athletic director. HUM PTY DUMPTY
and 731 to food
Baird Hardware Co. advertised
service operations. Apartment 207 N.E. 16th AVENUE
turkey roasters which, the
buildings led the field with 545
firm promised would make
fmd tlfeCII
new licenses, rooming houses Kttttwcky
"your meats tender and most EVERY DAY, GOOD HOME-COOKED MEALS
received 105, motels 69 and hotels -
I 214 N.W.13th Street Phon.376.6472
appetizing by retaining
33. Regular' seating type FR2.S38T. 310 NW 13th !t .
their flavor'and nourishment"And
restaurant led the food service
Eberle Baird --- -------
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was tn
field with 390 new licenses
officer, with James and Lee
take-out services 113, curb lerv-
Graham, H. E Taylor and W

+egAwffNO counter mobile 22,units services catering 5, and 113 services curb 1 tempor services .13, of National R. $97195527.R. McKinstry Bank. ,, with in the listed First as-" Bf CHARGE:_ I IT NOW I PAY 1 NOTHING I TIL NEXT YEAR I !

SPRAYy11NB WORlO-THE CRAM CARMIYAh ary state license was Issued 'T. Schafer, proprietor of
wda I
Riedel said that of the 1,483
newly licensed operation, 208 Keystone, ,_Bakery, : :, urged," house-,,, li nl'' p r?
were" located l In brand new SANTA ARRIVES
buildings while 263 were located
in remodeled facilities. 1012:
were Issued as businesses under

new ownership.
.. wa eve rwr Also during October it was reported Instsral that 125 lodging estab-- 1 FRIDAY = -',// lishments and 135 food service NCII 1
operations went out of business WATCHBIGGEST tiYII Gim ilWxu 4.U I Itr.W ,y- 1
BARBARA FREEMAN'ERICKSON There was a total of (0487
U I I Hittdrrp Florida Hotel and Restaurant

:: mWOTCU! mcs IECHNICOlOlt'IECHNlSClP( Commission licenses in effect of = ,
.'July 1, 1964

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again. *v HELBROS Skull Game Smarty Bird Chatty Baby '

and then shewhispered IWALTHAM IBELFORTE DEAL 3.87 9.87 987

WATCHES 1 The game of Voodoo with Goes forward whistles She j
cryi loughs and
55 and bock move Bat
his name 1 the mysterious moving eyes
skull tery operated. talks. 1I
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and hewas j

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,iuriday, November 26, 1964 Gainesville Sue

Architects File Suit Over Builders Designing Homes
{ I heaL NOTln LOCAL 1011CCpsi .
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pip Unlvtnlty Vn'' or 01 ,10 wl1 -"
Builders had better ... _rill ft, 50lo01 ,loti Of I01OSISIPS"
O'd' Sc' '" '"'' '' rho ,
prepareto designing its own homes. tended James CO. designed and J3.000, and therefore Is James Womeldurf Is dill" 0 ""' 51055 $5 'r r. b" .. Mlcolitf 5501*. IntwnMj .4
defend their drafting boards properly president meeting elate requirements. and: .. ., .I .,. ...... ,
More suits 55 005 cOON SNiP'' p. ." .11." m y'rwciMiina bONN 50050,011,'5
The architects! are against other Ala- built an addition to the Bankof architects' work. !of the Gainesville Assn ot HomeBuilders ,will continue to do so unless ordered -MM MhM "ll<1onr...lon.ev...cvHM "I ... ., s0. In$5PIP'5Ob0I, --t.. I'.
coming to ,
'ak. them away Already has chua, County builders will be filed -I! Hawthorne with plans dated The James Co., 901 NE Wai this jear He also is a I not to by the courtFlorida .eooioi. .WMvwOty. II1VIII.M%'lorlM. I,N.".T.._'"..'Hill UMvtrtllv DWWMn at *.COON""* OlIntwKKFloite. SOS flow' .
-gun the. battle. says Goldin. and filed last June. do Rd., Is primarily a builder director or Incorporator In three statutes state that VhrM' and ..., ,, _,.,, .
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Goldin, He said he has filed similar I i Robert Fewox, James Co of manufactured and custom firms of which Hugh C. Fd architects must design all buildings T/ II... |164 T..MMt_iHHf$0 Illpln (Ml 0010 tvtryHNMV
Selig Gainesville ..
for the at-suits In other counties, but this building construction managerwhose homes. wards Is officer or president-| except farm structures, ,44-Hefl5_ ) ) lot Ski r ry'54. 5bp"" .wSS! 5555 eoo .ry
orney Florida ta t e Is the first In Alachua name allegedly was signed James F. Womeldurf Jr., his:Hugh Edwards Inc. Brand 54150 [.oc"'*'i lqu,h" 0 00.!64.155 NIICKMIC Inilrvmnti II.N 0.
Joard he James of Architects Co,!home, has builders sued Under Florida Statutes only to the plans, also Is a defendant wife Eunyce D., of 2001 Name Homes Inc.. and N.C.F. two less than family$10.000 residences, or other costing struc, I"*ISJ 0050 X..OV a.Owrr ISIS." ..'N00sleCs 1'/. "_. XII.I.I" ..... -.. 5...
architects a IM VC II N 001NbbNi IC 1005
rhe suit calls on the circuit may design buildings. :NW 12th Rd.. and Ralph D. Builders Inc. lures costing less than$5,000 Unless T.. N WEIli, i o4.I; OfHro IVumlMr. II:N OKtmMr
:ourt jo enjoin the compa n ',except The for stated exceptions. Goldin contends the value of Womeldurf 225 NE 6th Terr.. Goldin alleged the defendantsdl'lllgnl'd they are used by large audiences -. ,,., II"I"."'II I \s.TN.Itl,,.4
attorney In his suit, |the .
con- expansion than
war more are company officers. buildings without I or groups >"re,' )vrchnln
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L I ; Eat, Drink and Be Merry Today 1 IBy L ifi *1 DRUG, e

JOIN BARBOUR ment that it's more nutritious The nutritionists also give this Bread stuffing- -B vitamins,I tamin C. (Better get two\ Open Today, 10 a.m..8 p.m. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
WASHINGTON (AP) When than white. food value inventory of the iron and protein. (Seconds of plates.) I McCOllUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY
you sit down to that big turkey Let your taste be your guide, Thanksgiving Day menu that too.) I Pumpkin pie Quite a little
It dinner today, eat, drink and be say government nutritionists. Turkey A good source of Mashed potatoes and giblet vitamin A, generous amounts of GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY13TH
merry.But don't let anyone sell The differences between the two protein. (Go ahead, have some gravy[ The potatoes offer a the B vitamins anji minerals. ,
you on dark meat with the argu- are Insignificant. more.) fair source of vitamin C, and Mincemeat pie Not much' PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13TH ST.
vitamin A, but B vitamins and'
made with milk, offer calcium.'minerals. I'
The giblets provide B vitaminsand That after dinner brandy SALE ENDS SUNDAY NIGHT
Peace and Prosperity iron. There's no more room Not much besides a lot of calories
I on your plate.) (and a certain sense of I 'w : :i
Cranberry sauce -Not so well-being) L7ORF
The meal as a whole -Prob I
Thanksgiving Daytown high in food value as most 0
ably too many calories, say the I Reg. $1.49
fruits. (Who cares).
nutritionists. But this 1 11' more
By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESSA metropolitan area.- Va., held the original Sweet potatoes Consid- the fault of the diner, than the I 3DAYN i F// PINTSIZETHERMOS
nation grateful for the Churches held special services Thanksgiving. I erable vitamin A 'and some vl- dinner. \ _
blessings of peace and prosperity and In some communities Parades signaled today the
celebrated Thanksgiving Day Protestants and Catholics Joinedin approach of the next big holiday '
today with prayers, parades, a common observance of Christmas. They were EARL C. MAY
family reunions and turkey din- Thanksgiving, a practice begun being held in New York City,' end d L BOTTLE
ners. last year in the new spirit of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Albuquerque JACK C. I w:
It was a nation that could church unity. N.M.; Charlotte, N.C.,I Rtpr.Mnting l '
hardly forget the somber mood The day was celebrated In and Detroit, among other cities.i g[The Equitable Life ,IAN 'il SALE99C
which Mass., AuiiKmci Society: JfoMh.
of last Thanksgiving Plymouth which most Cities, churches, charity i ,"
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came within a week assassination think of as the site of "
of President John F. the first Thanksgiving, and in groups and Individuals provided Home Of fic..N.w York/ ,
turkey dinners for the poor and N.T. j .
Kennedy. Virginia which claims that
Phone FR 2-357 (; t\ .I ON Reg.. $3.98
President Johnson said In a Berkeley. .Hundred. ., near James- homeless in many areas.
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the blessings of the Lord for the' Xmas Gift Wrap Paper. HEAT 'ifJ
bounty of their land. In homesat
peace, in houses of worship I' Gift Tie Ribbon, Bows, etc. -
that are untouched by rancor or PAD
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tude home,"remember he said. you with gratl.\ REGULAR LIST $1.00 ASSORTED RELIGIOUS SOLID.JACKS .

her Mrs.children John, Caroline F. Kennedy,who will and I: I II I II *. ryJo! I I I Boxed CHRISTMAS Cards, now 50
be 7 Friday, and John,who was I
4 Wednesday, spent the day REGULAR $1.00 3-ROLL BOX CHOICE OF DESIGNS ii26"x237"
with her brother-in-law, Sen. MIRACULOUS "TEFLON" COOKWARE by Regal
elect Robert F.Kennedy.In Glen I Ij Xmas Gift Wrap Paper 500
i j Cove, N.Y.Across I Cook with Dufont's amazing fetus finish Cook the easy waterless COMPLITI SET '.3s l COMUdlMMpM .WlnipM )
the nation families way. Cook the no-stick, no-scour way Complete set styled In trari) 't'
gathered for the holiday. Heavy I heavy polished tluminum.The handles have protective heat guards \ TH-lWW Dutch own REGULAR LIST 39c METALLIC GLITTER OR CURLING
and eyelets for hanging At cleanup time,you'll love Teflon more than V -
rain In the East and blowing I I'I PLUS 3 BONUS PIECES: '\ -
snow In the Plains disrupted ever.Food particles actually float away, PMT MCI pi book,M.n,,, ,lMbrertcnon GIFT TIE RIBBONS. ffi 200.
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other cities Wednesday night. Open Your Account ,
The rains slowed bus and automobile U E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 376.5891
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HANDY I IIIERE'S It's All Available in Gainesville Stores! Happy Shopping!

We've gone shopping for you. equalled In our town. We believe/ you'll agree. There's an electric wastebasket that shreds paper Into >

SECTION INDEXFor That It, we solicited the help of 25 Junior and senior Just browse through the next 19 pages through both the readable bits ..
Journalism student at the University to do bit of ""indo"shopping" ..
a ads and the stories our "shoppers" have written and begin There's a $900 guitar
Children For Her wilh you in mind. making your lis II. May we also suggest you set this entire Dolls that speak In foreign languages '. .

I Hnusewarei ... 8 I During the past two weeks, these young people have visited section aside and we believe/ II 'will aid you la deciding the A brand-new style la furniture Just In time for Christmas ,
Educational Toys ..... Page 11 ? ?? Page more than 75 stores in Gainesville to see what's In store for "just right" thing for that certain one you have in mind. .
Clothing I .. .?.._.. Page 11 your holiday buying this fall.They've A new, pencil-size safety flare for boaters.
Sports Equipment Page II Cosmetics .... -... Page li What are some of the things Gainesville offers this Christmas Green diamond .
Lingerie .... ...................? Page 19 I convinced us that there's a selection never before ? Bedroom slippers for the children that become hand puppets
Selentilic Toys .. ... Page 17 Well, there's the toy puppy bat comes running when the ...

Riding Equipment. Pale 18 For Him pitch of.your chnd's- vojc Is .Just.right .., Just read. on, and you'll.see.. |

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Dolls .. .-... P gsportsman ZO Clothing This PagelBoating + a to+ra yr
Equipment Page 13 i *
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... ,hat spec'\ Decorations For..Family. Page I new ;.1w b A L4 Comes FromLICHIER'S"

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: 7';' ,Home Decorations .... Page 10 A
TV's, radios, stereos ? Page 11 \
I Furniture .??......, Page 14 4
I Linens ,_ ?.. .. Page 20 4' *
For Everyone :4 r

Photography Equipment Page 2
Books .. .. ? ?., Page I 4l
Bedroom Slippers-*. Page 8 r '
Cards .__., ....??. Page S /V4 **J
Music Equipment _.,. Page 11 )
Jewelry ._?. .... ???.. Page/ 12 y 9" kasr
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BILL'S SHOP I I diagonally-striped tie with a pin-otripe shirt Is this Gainesville's Headquarters For Children's Apparel mow, 1

10 S.W. First Street _I ear'e "for him.
: ) perfect gift
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Shirts, Tics This Year '::1 a C4' : r "

I Always I Lighter, Brighter, Stripicr rr :y 1 -totS 1Srn teenS

FIRST With The LATEST By GEORGE MIMS And to top It off, the stripes a if 10 E, UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4061 Use'TourCentral" .
. UF Student Journalist have even intadcd the umbrella '
Brighter, lighter, stripier ties I field Bright reds, blues! and a / Y 7'
and shirts are this year's tra- green striped umbrellas will-be ,, Charge-
f FOR TV OWNERS ONlY ditional dress available for I Important ,items for Christmas /,. OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M.
Gainesville's Christmas shop- giving.this year. I
University of Illinois pers.
Ties and shirts In red, blue
Develops Revolutionary and gold, accented with stripes,
New TV Antenna I In the keynote for success 1 n
Christmas giving to the men In

your life.Emphasis.
this year for
Gainesville Is on threeand
three fourth Inch ties one-
fourth Inch wider than last year.
The trend Is toward a wider
JFD and bolder tie, mostly In silk,
IOCPIRIODIC Lcn+o. but always traditional.
'T The popular shades In ties and
shirts are the lighter compound
USES SAME BASIC DESIGNOF colors blue -green brown-tan,
blue brown and blue olive '
HIGH POWERED SATELLITE with contrast as their function '" y.v su ", .k. Chintrnm, .Ilq. I" co", ,." end
TRACKING ANTENNAS.for Stripes on the ties ore spaced so j t' bnrrty .11 th..Vlh tho "..'. when yen shoo' faint-
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the l 'i'K time, iitywhiri-JFO nowm.kll as to complement the stripes of male. the w., that toed fvoltv .hovl" be "'..... #
evadable.' la TV owner Iht imirInj > the shirt. "' I' I I. : t. .."',,,. ....'0". .f year teed tech end teed r
In iirwdli-rhi new, hiih fill TV. Authentic Scotch plaids as I '. : in tirint, It h yew hmily h year I
antenna developed by the fimout in.ttnni .
research ,laboratories' ol' the Vnwrtitjt > well as solid and knit shirts willie : ,1.,01.
ol' Illinois.Oiilfnid Important gift Items in I't \ .
according, to newly diieovindmilhimiticil Gainesville this year. : .
'formulas II will bring you Gainesville men's stores will
reception (hit li raror-sharp and brigM- provide an overwhelming varle- Eij ;
color or black and whitt. All this plus
living FM stino. ty of sweaters for the Christmas .
from Italian Mohair,
Sounds finliilicf Hundreds ol TV owners shopper -
In your area thought to, loo-until they to the Scottish Shetland and \
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Instlllld I IFO l leg pirlodlc IPV and Mind British Alpaca. All traditional M
heard hi bit dillinnci., Call now I sweaters this year are cardiganIn I '
for mart Inloimifion. TABLES
solid pastel colors with a I xwttons.
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J.F.D. TV & FM ANTENNA sweaters 81m pie solid of last sweaters year, with being the thething r Whatever rang of styles your and choice finishes.. .
<< cocktail tables, lamp, cor-
: & ACCESSORIES all at- this year._ ___ i -. ner, end tables .or match.
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DISCOUNT PRICES"FREE w..e.6 styles.both modern. and period

TECHNICAL ADVICE" mart safttt }Cp tarte /.. CHAIRS

D LAMPS There II"'. a home an your list, J t '+ fM +'e i b p
508 N. or a homemaker who wouldn't .

COUCH MAN| ST. gift A, wonderful lamps that assortment will give you of 'You nelcoma know a how new a choir new chair can .. ., a'/
the widest ,
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simple and ornate comfort the !
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styles suitable for any room Here is a wonderful choice! ",Z-f ra', +R i t
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new sofa the! focal point -
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i I ,k HASSOCKS I ...... Early American with specially j
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UNTIL Headquarters for all Gym Sets DESKS SmiTH-DECK-STORm

CHRISTMAS Over 8 different models carried in stock ON let FEDERAL
Many styles! to choose from
that are certain to blend
WESTERN AUTO with your present furnish PARKING LOT
ings. A desk is o useful Gift>
that is very much appreciated
108 S. MAIN ST.
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Nevembee 26, 1964 GalmxrIIU Sun ".3. 1

I Automatic Cameras Make Good Photography Possible for Everyone Now I

By JOHN HIGGINBOTHAMVf photographic equipment is the and light meters and is gaining! I Inslamalic cameras are re- The InsUmalirs feature regular |I the number of pictures Is doubled. jector like a lid and may be stored Want to be in movies? Budding *
Student Journalist cadmium sulphide (CdS) battery wide favor among camera cent best sellers, they feature picture prints or slides in' like a book. The tray holds movie producers will find
Automation la the key word in I The Japanese Invention is "bugs." An outstanding featureof easy to load film cartridges both color and black and white Each frame is merely halved; 80 slides, which drop Into place one company offering an easy
photographic equipment this a highly sensitive substance a CdS powered electric eye !with no film threading, popup A new aspect in 35mm' film however, one photo dealer said I one at a time automatically or to use 8mm movie camera, a
year. A photo enthusiast can that can measure light from a is convenience. Formerly, the flash holders, automatic eleo- can save the photo fan considerable this makes little difference in by remote control. roll of film and a movle-makcr'i
buy completely automatic cam candle or even the moon, according -light sensitive cell in an electric -trio eye for correct exposure developing cost The new the size of the developed pictureor I" Home movie makers never Idea book, all for loss than $20.
eras, movie cameras and projector to Gainesville photo eye had to be replaced at settings and automatic film half frame size 35mm' film projected elide had it so good! Kodak Companyhas More experienced movie male-
in a wide variety of styles dealers. considerable cost when worn stops (the film stops at the right gives double the number of exposures One photo company has a new a new projector that I ers may prefer the more expensive .
sizes, models and prices. I The CdS battery powers the out Now just the CdS batterycan I place automatically for each as ordinary film. The''slide projector with a revolving threads, projects and rewinds. completely automatic cam
One of the newest items I n!electric eye in many cameras be replaced at less cost I shot), developing cost is the same but I tray that lifts on and oft the pro completelyautomatieilly I eras.

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WRAPPINGS TOO Books for Every Age Add Light to Holiday Giying

to 100 Bulbs New
Up on ,
By NANCY BRACHEY A wide variety of classics are I something lighter for his Wln-.Time of Innocence." child there Is the all time favorite -

W Student Journalist I'available !In many editions and ter's reading, there are volumeson For the children, there are a -The Night, Before Christ-

Outdoor or IndoorLightingBy This 'price ranges. Ralph Waldo Em. places from the snow-cappec multitude of classics,series, and mas.
Christmas would you like erson's "Compensation," "T h e'mountains of Switzerland to the I new books from which to choose. Rounding out the kaleidoscope
j to give humor? Love? Learning? ;Rubyat" of Omar Khayam,' Nancy Drew, the Bobsey Twins, of subjects from which to shop
balmy of the HawaIIan
WALTER McBATH Religion? They are all sitting on and Tolstoy's "What Men Live Islands. peace And sandwiched In be- Dr. Seuss's ABC's,Black Beauty for Christmas are large pictoral
IF Student Journalist NeiwyThis t the shelves of Gainesville bookstores By," are notable examples a f tween is the Atlas of Florida, Heidi! and many others are books of history and philosophy,
the world greatest authors and only a few from the world of the best sellers, etiquette vol.
waiting for Christmas published just this by the
From miniature lights to philosophers. year books which would dellgljt a umes and never failing cook
lifelike divinity figures, the shoppers to pick them up. A Coins, University of Florida Press.In child. And, of course, for every books.
I Gainesville resident will be veritable rainbow of subjects.For games, and Hoyleallare the realm of the lighthearted -
I able to decorate his home or part of a large group for is the Joan Anglund series
I a present for the coming this religious season, Bibles the shopper of recreation books One of the newest in this fa-
I wrap ft are stocked In abundant Also, for the person who wishes I line in
holiday season to suit his mous "Childhood is a
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taste. t supply, with the New English, '
Available In Gainesville King James, and Scofield Refer- NEW! ,

stores are miniature multi- ence editions heading, the lIst. %

colored lights Imported from From AayalDS .
Italy which can be used for i the small Testaments, MOST pNCEo
Inside or outside decorating. which a child might carry t o "
The outside lights have strings Sunday School, to the large lea-
with up to 100 lights. Other I her.bound family editions with pDV
Italian lights from strings of full color Illustrations ind sls10R.srMCE .
birds or Icicles In TNTRM
pine cones
white, translucent plastic. Red pictures, these volumes co m e
holly berries and green leaves dressed In the traditional binding dietrite.
form each unit of another of red, black or white.In I

lights.string of Italian decorating addition there are many -

From Japan come one font books on church leadership,
Christmas trees with aluminum preparation of ,Sunday School

strip leaves. The trees lessons, and the .philosophy of "Arcadia"rltti
come In solid colors or with ': : religion.At .
different colors at each Micro-Lithic Amplifier
branch level. Stuffed cloth, the other end of the spectrum -
six Inch angel dolls can be "ft are books of humorfrom I TRANSISTORS FOR GREATER PERFORMANCE
hung or laid horizontal so the sparkling effervescent
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their pink, while or blue colors .. of Peanuts and Pogo to the bitng -
can blend with other dec satire of Bennett Cert and AMPLIFIER HERMETICALLY SEALED 1 1I AGAINST

orations. Ogden Nash. Notable among the'eanuts OUST I AND I MOISTURE I
New Imported tree bulbs 1 glistening trees goes 'round and 'round, books is "Christmas Is
are Indented to contain minia- Together Time," In addition to NEWI
ture scenes of Santa Claus, around without damage will figures of durable plastic are many old-time favorites about Zenith li first to bring you the advin- 10 of inn. tiny, fif
be convenient If there are designed for outside decora>of Monolithic circuitry mid poul- cum c+ ht a te+
reindeer, angels and snow- the comic character. bin by space' age technol Now you ..a. or uhtr
Plastic tree bulbs thatcan children In the house. tion. The natural color p act seed a
men. figuresof can tnjoy the benefits' of mae ptrform- i 5 .
i be dropped_or banged_ Large, Illuminated divinityBeautiful Mary and Joseph in the Transcending the span of once, d,'p ndability, n'th' features"Arcadia .t.t.tI. ,teas.. C.
years and space, the great ar- available "' "Tl Touch" '+t.nionti
ua. r rrt nativity scene are 27 Inches thigh of the worlj[ come to life In telephone convninc taturt tr.
I and the Baby Jesus Is books with beautiful reproduc
a proportionate size, In the tions of their masterpieces. Ce
three wise men set, one Is sitting zanne, Michelangelo, Raphael, Don't buy"Ful" hearing aid
another kneeling, and Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vln- trial
cl 1 all HEARIN'Y
represented in large
t the other bending over. A red volumes that FRESH ZENITH
portray their work
and white Santa Claus stands and give biographical Intormalon. FOR MOST N AIDSCOUCH :
31 Inches high. Also available Also, from the world of art
are a choir boy and girl, 39-! lis the American Annual of 608
Inch Noel candles and 41-inch ,Christmas Literature and Art, SEAR colaI
gas lamppost.For an anthology of some of theworld's MAIN| ST.

the creative person, finest Christian art.
styrofoam can form the baseof
just about any decorationhe

can think up. Flat pieces, ., ,,\ ...
rings, balls or cones of styrofoam .\
can help form centerpieces

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wreatha or trees. With glitter p .. .
spray paint, ribbon, pine CRIDLEY MUSIC CO.
cones, candles and other materials I
the only limit to dif- Announces A NEW
ferent decorations Is a per
son's Imagination.
India Foil, a new aluminum COLA
foil wrapping paper, comes In NO INTERESTTIME
beautifully blended and
matched stripes and other ,
new color combinations. Su- '
per-glooe! tissue and r e gular PAYMENT PLANIT'S
wrapping paper are availableby PLEASURE:
22 Inch roll of wrapping

BENEATH THE GLAMOUR paper can save time In present HARD TO BELIEVE
wrapping. Paper can also
so be bought in a "gift wrap / lt'. hard to believe, In this day of credit
rnt1 erurmble" containing two payment plans that carry as much as
&t sheets of gift wrap paper and 18% Interest, that you would find a NO
In traditional and col-
designs INTEREST time
payment plan. .

ors.A cutter box with a 30 Inch 1
FitThe by 32 Inch roll of wrapping BUT IT'S TRUE! LESS THAN
paper can save time In pres-
ent wrapping. Paper can also .: GRIDLEY MUSIC'CO. WILL PAY THE

absolutely feminine look In pumps.., the be bought in a "gift wrap INTEREST on a 2 year payment plan. ,
side gracefully dipped low, the aemble" containing two sheetsof .1 on any Piano or Organ purchased at i
fingertip toe, fine gift wrap paper and three
detailing, and ;.Ivet'lott suede edged In calfikln. coordinated tags with strings. I Gridley, 1964.Music. Co. now through Christmas 1 CALORIE
A new velvet ribbon with a
Beneath ;
the glamour, a cushioned Iniola for easy
satin backing Is designed for DOUBLE YOUR ,FUN WITH
walking. BLACK mo making wreath bows. For outdoor TALK ABOUT SAV.
WIT SAND $1499 wreathes a plastic r i b- ING. this plan offers THE BEAUTIFUL NEW
bon Is available.
savings every
New In Christmas candles month for 24 mon PER
are the slender IVlnch "flower ths 7
Flames" and their baby a

brother, the 10-inch "Can- ({( GtG
dlette." Also I available are AS LITTLE AS ELECTRAMATIC f

Igmtfc oofweor SpecmfisSTCtoTH ors.candles A new that drip plastic different flower col 10% Down j''J: 3 f\ In I big choice of des iinr styled conioleor BOTTLE!IDiet
ring can be slipped around the lit PAYMENT : ; : jpm.t' 'nodl'
bottom of the candle for an ; 1\
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trimmed' In gold,..I. Lilt the lid le upon three mirrored tray,easy cleaned brush and, lam and Jill same with silver plated tray.lid and
bans. o(latin hoed storage ipaca Grimed heathen atomizer and pin dish'.and hand mirror, ,all .poon.
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I- NEW! By TOM GIBBONEY embroidered trim. Fuzzy i Uppers I after bath I o u n Iln I g won't be cotton plush slippers will delight -

IT Student Journalist made of lamb skin are complete without scuff shouts the tiny tots. Other slip-on
CHANEL N 5 A traditional Christmas gift I warm and available in J ewe l of terry cloth and cushion crepe styles change Into hand puppets
for mom, dad and the children
\ tones and pastel colors. I rubber soles. Corduroy slip ona for the slightly older youngsters.Slippers .
Is bedroom slippers. Many of ,, /kf'
I: ", Ladies will still find many with crepe soles are perfect for with sock tope t b 11
the local shoe stores will havea ? .
; : varieties of traditionally sty 1 e d'dally In and out house c bore themaelves
large variety of new and traditional children can easily pull on *
I styled slippers to choose : It"'f '" .::1'\"I" \ comfortable slippers In local,The popular soft sole slipper' also available. Easy
stores. Comfy slippers with a with sheepskin lining and fur are
from. 'C
II hard counter and open toe have collars Is now available Jewel- to put on zip up slippers come
Ladies slippers for the
season have been influenced a ......... ....., been glamourized with a rainbow tone colors and glitter trim. !with felt uppers and corduroy
great; deal by the current high tjt of glittering colors. Classic Fuzzy animal toy slippers are trim. Cozy boot slippers lined
fashion trend. Bedroom slippers "- shoe style slippers have a oft the newest thing for the tiny tot with shearling lamb will k eep
Kiddles' dual roles band
slippers can even serve is puppets
have changed to lounging slippers sheepskin uppers and neat(Animal] heads that squeak on any youngsters feet warm durIng
and are designed for casual with boots, for lounging slippers, bright metallic gold fibers and pleated vamp design. Beach and top of their warm rayon and the winter.
Indoor wear any time. or for bed socks I are trimmed with Intricate patterns \
Ladles will particularly enjoy Ladies boots have also m a de of rhinestones. Arab I II n:
oe sraavlh the new multi purpose bootie II their way Into the slipper field I and Perslap Influences have also '
sock of brushed orlon. These and a variety of styles are avail--developed a high fashion step-In 1'1

may be worn for sports locks, _able. Many_are made_ ,from sUpper with turned up toes and II'

N'f3z' Christmas Cards for Specific A Gift That r

4,' s Gives Pleasure

CHANEL'd' People Gaining in PopularitySome

By DONNA MATHISON people prefer each lea.1!
IF Student Journalist son to write their own
Dogs are In and Inexpensive ee cheer and buy Christmas notes I, "
cards are out as the 1964 Christmas which have no sentiment and I -i+ ,, personally selected from .
card kaleidoscope flings Its which sell for only 59 cents a '''''11,
colors across Gainesville's package. Also stationery with I I:a
IOU PWa SAC tore shelves. "Seasons Greetings" written lIiTPwn a

modern, offer-both refresherTo For the first time, tingle across the top la designed for fi ran kip n s .
Christmas counter cards known children and adults and Is priced II mallege ibup

soften, smooth and scent IS "tail. waggers" will featurethe at $1 and 150.
picture of a dog on the outside Sometimes, instead of sending
cover and a humorous cards, people help to share
"doggy" remark about the season the Joy and promise of the So Many Gifts From Which To Choose
on the Inside. Because of Christmas season by giving a
the popularity of this design on book of Christmas carols or .
GRESHAM DRUGS general cards, It Is believed poems. :: oo.J *Beautiful Lingerie *Gloves! '
will the "tail- I .
people purchase
Songs have been a part of
YOUR DOWNTOWN LICfilTT STORE wagge,." even more during the This satin-covered card was Christmas since the angels sang *Holiday Dresses *Suits *Coats

e Christmas season. made for one sweetheart to "Glory to God in the Highest ,
To Illustrate this recent trend send another and on earth peace, good will *
Skirts *
of[ "dogmanla, a Doggone to men." There are narrative Handbags
Calendar for 1965 Is available
12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR %.%558 songs songs of adoration, songs
with 12 dog pictures, each of tore of a little bull dog sitting *Beautiful
of Hose
discovery and joy the I Bryan
with a bright red Santa Claus "
which can serve as a tear-off
carols that
hat drooped over his head would people sung
postcard. For December, a picr:8f. -
: I I be a "must" for all dog lov since the birth of Christ. This I *Costume JewelryDISTINCTIVE
book of Christmas ,
I for calendar
ers. The price the
14, I la $t. for SO cents. ) '
: : Colorful pictures and poems
:t :" I The buying trend In Christmas such as "What Christmas : .I\
= cards has been uprated In Means" or "It's Christmas I. ....
Of"ERGII; 1 FoR y. of the past year. No longer are Eve" are composed in a book ....-.. "- .
'f .
people placing In their shopping --
called Christmas Ideals, which =: Free Parking Rear of Store'
bags assortment cards which ells for 50 cents or 150. This I -
.v sell 50 for $1. The trend now collection Is often substituted 401 W. University Ave. FR 2-4606
Is toward uprated cards of one for giving Christmas cards. )II
design. These higher quality ,
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NR 5 5THAN 'cards sell 25 for $1.
for STORE HOURS 10 am.9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
I In counter cards, the "rela.I
I tion" or personal type have
been predominant. Cards "For '"** .
my sweetheart, to my better "
half, to mother, dad, special f
C--t 1Uttt friend or from all of us" have
rated high on the purchase list. ,

i I The average Christmas card
ihopper who Is satisfied with the L + 1* Mutts 1MlPe4 Rs j fry
:same type of card every year,
has six categories to choose
from In his selection

They Include the traditional, aY \
the religious humorous, cute, e
tailored, and contemporary, t'1 Beautifully bright for the holiday season
which can be found as counteror
box cards. and brimming with gifts that tell of

I The traditional Is the less ;_ your good taste and goodwill. You are
vii modem type that shows pictures .
of homes, family groups, r invited to browse through this wonderful
S Christmas bells and snow
ai .
scenes. s Srr world of gifts. You'll find the pretty
I *5
ty Verses by Norman Vine e n t : the practical the unusual. the gifts
"' Peale and Helen Keller are two
examplM based on the religious C c ; that can say so much for you to those
theme. Picture cards of the

Three Wise Men, the Manger .. ,e you core for gifts that are a pleasureto
scene, Joseph and Mary, all A7
dominate the religious design. give and a joy to receive. ,

I It might be added that a delightful V May we suggest you shop early!
way for children to prepare
for Christmas has been 4 You'll be pleased with the selection !
the Children's Advent Calendar.
It Is a pre Christmas gift sur J v

prise and beginning Dec. 1 a lit ; As, an extra service
tle door can be opened each

day to reveal surprise pictures to you we will
of holiday symbols On the 24th
the manager scene Is shown. gladly "Gift Wrap"

Available too are, humorous : your B-L purchasesot
cards with good grief! Peanuts

for Christmas. Illustrated ot no extra cost. .
from the comic atrip "Pea g..Jr4.
nuts," these humorous figures
give their Interpretations on the CHRISTMAS Large selection of $1.00 gift items
fun of Christmas. Twelve separate CANDLES
cards run $1.M a box. I
Witty sayings from other I'
Ogden Nash and other writers
display their talents m Cute I *aipiFTTT

cards. I > 1
The Tailored category Is the j
more formal and basic form of
4 Christmas card. Many of the
general captions read 'Sea
son' Greetings" or "Merry'
Christmas." I

Contemporary cards have as :' \
their slogan "Getting Serious J\ ;
SIGNATURE JACQUARDS about a funny business" and ti PUNCH
(i) WILDWOOD cut w cardigan, $20.00 with ileevelemhelt, for the first time sold In box _
$11.00. and slip.on skirt, $16.00.b es 2S for 150. I \ ". in Glt.min) Silver

( ) BENCALjacquard cardigan with tunnel collar. }19.00 A favorite among college students U ; end Glass. Reproductions;
accents slip-on skirt $16.00. the Contemporary Alma' I'I _
(c) TYROLEAN chanel jacket $18.00 ovtr classic short nack engagement book Is a selection .,
sleeved knit dress. $25.00. of witty phrase aside It SETSOld.
All: knit of 100% Virgin Wool. from the listing of the 12 calendar -

months It sells for IIM and Thompson complete with cover & troy
Open Friday Night Until 9 many tunes serves as a substitute Pepper Mills .S
for a Christmas card to 19.95
$5.95 ,
friends and relatives. up SILVER . .. 28.50
All box sell
cards normally -
from II to MB. Some stores .. FONDUE FORKS
will personalize :that cards Set of 6 . 3.00
sold In boxes or arrangement .", SOLID WALNUT BOWLS
WusEQIE can be made to order out eta
catalogue .. \ by We dcr >ery GOLDEN SWISS FONDUE

Most Christmas cards accentuate ,, t b\. Gw..ateed WesMble A Quick Reedy Mod.

/ fanciful and imagtnat I v e .. Le fowls .._.."' 5., D.licious Meal 2.50

expression styling and to are Christmas designed to as give a ac \ Is,,,. .4114I1 ,.........%.15.,

vivid merry and warm holiday,:



Nevember 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

n Mechanized Toys PUPPY COMES Are WHEN. ; Almost CALLED Unbel evable-l I IBy

ANN CARTER of track: moving shooting galleries; I crowing mobile home trucks (with furniture Inside); like balls and gears that change colors as the
IT Student Journalist rooster that flaps his wings and races moving' vans' ; glass-domed trucks for racing top turns; and an 11-to 19-picce performing
Santa'f helpers outdid themselves this year around the floor; a doggie chef that cooks horses new-car cads; shovel, crane, dragline, circus will amuse parents too with its colorfully *
with toys that pop, clank, move, light up and flapjacks, and an Indian which drums a ctompj7o ad scraper, street cleaner and grader decorated clowns, animals and ready-
wiggle. ?: savage beatAlthough trucks pi a drivers, lawn and garden service, to-be assembled circus ring and cage.
One tan, white and black shaggy puppy, less Influenced by gadgets than cement mixer and military trucks, ambu- The age ot experimentation hasn't been
powered by one -transistor radio and two boys (and their Dads), the girls still have lances eep.. and tractors. left out, either Among the "scientific" toysIs
flashlight batteries ..
"comes when he's call- -a mechanical selection. One Gainesville store V .j. a hand powered plastic that prints
ed." All It takes Ia an excited, high-pitched features a plastic hair drier that looks just Even baby Is being exposed to up-dated anything from greeting cards press to comic strips
voice of a child telling to "come on," and : like Mom's. It has a plastic hose, cap and mechanical world of toys. A voice will answera
the foot-long, imported puppy runs three carrying case and Is big enough for either a "chatter1 The two-foollonc machine has a movable bed,
feet In the direction of the voice, wagging Us i doll or.child to wear For the play k'tchenh' cord plastic TV-radio and telephone If he pulls the printing paper, rubber type and Ink.
; phonograph music boxes
tail, barking and shaking Its head. soda fountain blender is the last word Inconvenience
a have an assortment of dials, coils and knobs And on the lighter aide of education Is a
Battery-powered gadgets have almost taken This novelty mixes real drinks for hours of amusement while a moving picture mechanical dog that correctly answers math-
over the mechanized toy world. The growing and serves them through a valve into doll- illustrates the song being played the ematical questions Just say, 'Does six minus
list Includes: a grisly bear that growls and size soda glasses. fashioned top now has bouncing neutron- three equal,three and he'll nod yes.
turn) a Dick Tracy "Copmobile" and emergency Even mothers will be Jealous of the arrayof .
truck, both about 18 Inches long; a toy household goods available' today for
power dump' truck that has a real motor little girls. Battery operated steam irons
,sound, which can be turned on and off; a with real on-off lights; a three-loom weavingset I
two-telephone let, princess style! that rings, ;- five different kinds of sewing machines What Could Be Better Than A -
... bas a light-up dial and allows two people to from the hand-operated to the electric variety .
,talk from different rooms, ; a real pop corn popper scaled to suit I
A hand-controlled the small set, and four or five types of From
helicopter on a four foot
toasters are a few items now available in
pole which flies up, down, backward and tor-
war, hovers, lands and takes off all with Gainesville ChriSTmas
adjustable speeds; robots that box and knock The number of different trucks Is enough to GEIGER'S
out each other In their own ring; remotf con- perplex any little boy who has his heart seton j
trol can; a submarine with six "power" being a fireman. Among the seemingly In- ,
torpedoes; a monorail train with nine feet finite variety of "professional vehicles" areA
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? .11 Our Christmas promotion offers you wonderful values, a big
election to choose from beautiful wrappings and well
trained and courteous sales force to make Christmas Shop
ping a pleasure

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Store Hours 10 a.m..9 p.m.

tincgS .

Delight your man with the kind of gifts he can '

f .a wear now and enjoy for a long! time to come -

At Belk-Undiey you'll find hundred of superb
: values in giftable items to pleas any man's individual .

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3 10 Gainesville_Sun Thursday, November 26,_1964

I'' Easy-to-Cook-in Utensils There's No Need To Continue Decorating

I Easy to Clean for CampersBy Home With the 'Usual'-Try New ThingsBy

By BOB SWAN I Whether the object of your merely enjoys I back yard HELEN GIBSON with color and happiness. For something a little unusual al but each year something Justa
/ W Student Journalist like for the bathroom bow about little different Is added. In
IT Student Journalist I Christmas buying is one who cook-out or Is a full-fledged out- Or fancy three life
doorsman who goes on-extended AAA.. y Art you shopping this year for golden angels poised upon a red I toilet seat covers decorated with I:Gainesville the shopper can
camping tripe, Gainesville's the unusual, out of the ordinary music box which plays "Hark Santa Claus or polnsettlas. find a Christmas tree candle-
merchants offer a wide rangeof Christmas decoration for the Herald Angels Sing." I Christmas trees are tradition-I.A8socuMa brunt.

gifts this year with severalnew your borne?

and unusual ones. Were you planning to settle
for the ordinary because you
One of the newest and hottest thought something different

(sFt a Items II the Safari Grill. would be hard to find? I
This Is a lightweight collapelble i
j rt 7Jdf grill\ which uses newsp a p e r s Rolled-up lewspapers Is Imagine an old fashioned window
e f 7 kMa. for fuel. No need to worry with IU It takes to Ire this outdoor shade, the kind that rolls
and down with ONE
up a twined
charcoal or any of the traditional cooker.
fuels: You simply wad string and coil at the bottom to
pull It. Color the
up newspapers drop them In'' to a 12 man wall tent withpartition"
the bottom of the bucket like' to make separate or green and then picture I slant 3+,

I I grill, light them and in eIght rooms. If you have an old tent the holly or polnsettiaa painted on
This shade will fit STOP
minutes you can broil a stea that leaks you can fix It with a .
any normal size door and can
new liquid product called T enl I r- ye
Outdoor cookware Is now be Inexpensively purchased In
available with the new Teflon Leak Stop. Camping trailers Gainesville.If I

finish which Is becoming popu-'sleeping up to six people are there's a bare space on your
another fairly new and popular wall, maybe 14- FiwiVl LYc.w
item. I use a = ,
r alIof 1 o
II I Inch star material like tyt + .r N 4'c+A+ ltd 1,r s a9Ys.Y. 'w-
For outdoor sleeping there aluminum foil which reflects different -
are a number of useful gifts.There I .I colon. The star points OUR
Is the new dacron non- come folded, allowing the starto
allergenic sleeping bag made be kept from year to year,I GREATESTSELECTION
oversized to give plenty 0 f I each point sparkling with bright r
room. Other things in this category colon of red green, yellow or I
Bags include ground cloths yellowishblue.Or I YET!
cots, cot mats, air mattresses if you wanted something
and tarpaulins. colorful that could be used year /-. -
I79mad far because of Its ease of cooking Ice cheats are very pop u Jar round, Gainesville can offer you OPEN Acwn-.m.":
pictures framed In cedar wood
and cleaning. The handles! gifts and now they are being
I with scenes, such ducks and
detach able I for :
are compactness. made with a seat cushion on 1 NIGHTS
geese or pictures of the world,
the top they can double asa -n
depicted on colored linen cloth.I
Portable stoves from the chair. Light weight folding tables The dark brown cedar wood Is 'TIL 9
and chairs also
smallest sterno stove to the big might prove. oven baked. I
useful to the camper. UNTILCHRISTMAS Headquarters for all Gym Sets
four burner gas stove are OD For smaller Items, the kind
% the market this year. Anew To round out your c a m per1 that can be used on tables I Over 8 different models carried in stock
by0L1 Item In this line is a two-toot shopping list these Items might Gainesville again has diversityand I

,square portable oven. be Included: camping tools such originality: I
wseEarsrt I as knives, hatchets and shovels; Picture four Inch figures I WESTERN AUTO
If you are not Inclined to
thermos Jugs; lanterns and of a Mama and Papa Santa
cook, still have
can a
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1 ae list MIMIC 1M w niii simply adding water to a dehydrated seat cushions; and rain suits or white, kissing one another.)
meal and heating It. ponchos. These magic figures blossom

FREE PARKING Oils new dehydrated foot, A
which comes In boxes for four, Y t "[ t f tp [ ,P NP i tos o+h k' "fw .'
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requires no refrigeration, keeps ,
indefinitely and comes in several w

selections.For r ;/ 1
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transistor television set and I ; :$ ? t'

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.. November 28, 1964 Gainesville. Sun 11
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Spring Colors 1

A $900 GUITAR .

For \ AlCliristmnslimc

Music; Charms from 85 cents lo $3.645

+, eai By SUSAN HMGSTEDIF By BENNY CASOVIT Gitaon Flue lyreHt25. .Classical (or folk) guitars
Student Journalist Student Journalist Other possible Christmas I Quires (Latin American $105 to $400.
Palo. ke cream colors Ir "Without music wrote Ger- gifts in order of increasing percussion Instruments whl ch A Framui Lute (It has six
sportswear and traditional basicblau. nan philosopher-poet Friedrlch price, Include (and prices ma\ produce sounds by having a strings like a guitar and Is shaped -
i d 1 4 n i fur< e rl1m'i seem in b. Nietzsche In 1888, "life would bea vary slightly from store tcitoret stick rubbed across their surfaces like a ladybug) $129.95.

In order for Gainesville women mistake. \: ) $6.95. Drums (Gretsch, Stinger
L. < t .' rj I this winter ss local stores dis Millions must agree with Nlot-' Guitar shaped thermometer e Bongo drums-$195. land and Ludwig are among the
(Iplay their new winter lines. sche for music remains ever $1.lfusicards. Tenor ukl'lell's-S9 50. most popular makes) $169.50
.' ,, ," f I lastingly popular while other art .I (educations Auto harps-121, I to
Gamei are always popular with the young sters and this year's choice Is the largest of This Is dress the year and of the the dls.rothl'que Dims flourish then fade out. flash cards) $1.50 per deck. I Baritone ukelcles-$22. $700.Gibson banjos $201 to

them all discos" found In local shop new It Is only natural therefore, is Motet tie (a six inch ,up. $100

will be perfect for Christmas that musical items rank among black tie with your favorite musical I Melodlca (a cross betweena Vega banjos-$215 up. t
NEW EDUCATIONAL TOYS season festivities. They all fea gifts.the more popular Christmas\ emblem at the bottom) piano and an accordianM24-) A Chamberlain Rbythmate asa

ture the young easy look imported $150 95. ( small box which gives o u t
from Paris and London And Gainesville music stow The Itcatle Book' of Recorded I Trlnome (a triple metronome percussion rhythms, used mainly
Self-Translating BooksIn and Identified by flounces, easy offer everything from 85. cent Rita$1.M.Caotanets$2. )-459.95, to accompany pianists and .
flaring or gently skimming director's batons to $3,845 con. e Kay banJo-$6495 "', combos) $495.Lowrey .
cert grand pianos Guitars, however I Baton necklaces S2. Automobile decks
straight skirts and -] 95. sa tape
simple, un- electric
'''cluttered bodices. are the biggest sellers. I el Conn and Srlmcr Clark (they fit under your dashboardand
Foreign Languages "Manufacturers cant keep batons-*). to $5 95 play through your car radio organ $625
Black remains the favorite pace with the demand for| Maracas$3.95.Joan giving you continuous taped : to Kimball plsno-WOO.(
By PATTI PITZ back of a chair.International color and crepe the favorite material guitars," says a local m u s lo Hues Songbook .. music) $89,50 up Balwin plano-l,000.
IF Student Journalist influence has crept In also for the discotheque and store clerk. Guitar prkes range!$393. Gultaro (It looks like a I I Kimball Elcctramatlc piano
Sharpe size, and color are the first thingsa with books In French and Spanish, of "Cin cocktail dresses which can be from $27.50 for a student model I Tambourine $3.95! to small harp, but If strummed like (spinet model) 1395.>

child learns and this begins as soon ube derella," "Sleeping Beauty," "The Three found at a variety of prices. to $900 for a Super 400 Custom. $7 50. !riltirV-; |<)*,_........."..,--.J i,--. Bnhy grand plano-41.8M.
Is aware of the world around him says one 'Bears "
and "Little Red Riding Hood. Written A perfect example of thisyear'
Gainesville toy dealer. In the foreign languarge, the books havea look
simple, elegant
"To learn" is defined as "to acquire knowledge .
pronunciation guide and English transla .
," by the dictionary and today's toys for evening wear Is a kelly ., ., .!I" ....."."...
tion. In addition there are alphabet and mum- green brocade evening ensemble \ ... STORE HOURS. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.
are designed with this In mind. I :'
purpose ber books In French and Spanish. found In local women'sstore. '
With weird titles like "flex-o-gears," "flut one l'
Building of tomorrow may be planned on A slim floor length dressis : 'l)
and modem
ter-ball .roU..tick. toys the playpen floor today. "Snap'n build" an topped by a double breasted '\: f. th I
seek to educate children of the toddling
yearsin architect's dream is set of soft blocks
a Chanel > like matching jacket (
subjects from physics to English.
know that snap together Into buildings, skyscrappers the casual simplicity of the style li.t :
The lollipop set must first learn to
towers and towns. nicely complementing the richness 'THE STORE WITH MORE
and recognize the world In which they live. ... .
Finance of the materialFor a savleavo' : .
a subject many parents ClNTtlt' .
Gainesville's shelves
Toys now on UOJ ..
pet shops, growing vegetables, mail troublesome Is brought to the toddler In a this winter .. NOlIn. MAIN ralwsirsvai ...
sportswear ,.
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boxes barnyard animals, telephones. and simple "playskool savings bank. soft, spring colored clothingwill : oj
clocks Toy salesmen generally agree that parents brighten dreary winter daysIn PHONE 3726303ACRES iitagic \
One popular device Is the old pegboard often buy what they themselves like. This Gainesville.

game of matching round pegs to round holes might be one explanation for the enduranceof Perfect for Christmas gift OF FREE PARKING
and square pegs to square holes toy "classics." Tried and true for their giving are Items from the new
Even the smallest youngster can learn creative-fun value are such Items as alpha- winter line by a well known CENTRAL CHARGE PLAN -

from a "lacing shoe" that makes shoetyinga bet blocks, picture puzzles; Lincoln logs, sportswear designer for juniors 01 B-L CHARGE ((3 Plans) Chris
game. tinkertoys, and erector sets. This line features matching I inlas

Manufacturers have come up with a car Like fairy tales ghost stories, and Santa separates in pale winter wools LAYAWAY
dashboard for the future drivers. Completewith Claus, some classic toys will always "spell" Including skirts blouses, sweaters
steering wheel, gas pedal gearshift, childhood to toy shopping adults. slacks and blazers, all moderately -
horn, glove box, and speedometer the "busy "They'll always be right" one salesman priced. Colors availableare LOOK-ALIKE PAJAMAS for the familyin
driver" can be attached to a playpen or the predicted. 'I pink, Ice blue lime, pale yel-i i
I low, frosty white, aqua and
raspberry cream. :
Complete 'Home EntertainmentCenter9 Sweaters are popular gift :I
terns and Gainesville shoppers
will find a vast array to choose MOM DAD BOYS & GIRLS
I from. The very popular mohair I
I sweaters are back In nearly every ALL SIZES AVAILABLE AT ONE '
Tops Electronic BuysBy style and color imaginable.Besides
I .f
i the classic I cable knit:!' CENTRAL LOCATION. IN THE

mohairs are available In loopy
STEVE VAUGHN in each line. and textured knits, and In blend LINGERIE DEPARTMENT, 1I'
IF: Student Journalist ed colors and varied designs I
$5 Radios The smallest table model stereo Also much In this
Television buyers over the style year t
coming holidays are In for a record players start In priceat are the sleeveless sweaters,'
bonus many TV purchasers' Are StillPOPlLlar about $63. Large consoles can many with big collars and decor
didn't get last season. J run well over the $1,000 mark. 'ative trim, made to be paired
with stretch or wool slacks.
It's the law that all
now new
I A consideration especially In One local store reports that
TV sets have Ultra High Frequency
the Is stretch this
larger home entertainment "everything year"; 1
( equipment.
enables sets to receive signals I The prestige thing In centers and stereos Is design. from slacks and to bright sleeved knit
matching long
from stations on channels 14-83'1 day Is color. Color prices have The sets can be bought Jn cabinets turtle-neck shells.

A majority of sets previously gradually fallen since first plac of every decor. The important Ideal gifts In a dressier line'
sold had been equipped to pick ed on the market and now begin .
match V
thing Is to match design would be dyed to sweater
up channels :2-13 only. at $400.Complete. and color with the remainderof and skirt sets. One designer'

From the cheapest to the most "home entertain- the home. this year pairs wool flannel l _
expensive sets on the market, a ment centers," featuring color skirts with color-matched sweaters
UHF slot will be on the channel television have gained considerable The newest electronic enter- In a new synthetic material
selector dial. UHF especially popularity In recent years tainment Ideas'on the market that nearly simulates cashmerebut J
adaptable to educational purposes One dealer advertises a console today Is the tape recorder. Is machine washable. These o "ot '
Is considered a coming I with TV a stereo record player, 'There are dozens of ways to enJoy sweaters and skirts are avail
thing in TV's future. an AM.FM radio, and with even these machines, from listening able In lime, pink and white. E>
TV continues to be a big favorite a place to store your albums. to your own family to With the new winter lines In r
among Christmas buyers, The cost: $1,874. This Is among listening to the high quality stock the holiday fashion picture t
and Gainesville dealers have 'the most xpenT of the "cen stereo recordings of taped music looks rosy for Gainesville
stocked their shelves with sets tern" Tape units run along the women whether they arc U t
of every type, from the small Smaller ones featuring TV, same prices as black and white shopping themselves or J Just t I
est portables to the most expensive :radio and stereo run down Into TV, starting at about SIOO.I hinting.
floor models available. I the $400 $500 range. I Et
And shoppers' eyes are likelyto Radios begin In price with thecigarettestand
be caught by the three other $5 models foundin
major line of electronic home variety stores to the $200:! .
entertainment which most deal) $300 transoceanic AM-FM mod
ers carry: record players tape els. The recent application of
recorders and radios. i transistors to radios has resulted ,
Lowest price TV sets avail) In significant decreases In
able are the smaller black and size and Increases In quality. I-L----\L
white portable models which Table radios cost from about -
run from about $100. Black and 112 up. A good portable transistor % f fi
white table models and consoles I can be bought In the $20

generally cost In the $150 -$250 range. Of course, much more ft
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I IT Student Journalist Handsome hand pierced UK
1 "Diamonds ere a girl's best a gold tie lace, In the form of an I astern
1r CHRISTMAS DECORATORSDECORATE j friend. And Gainesville his Initial, ought to please a man. NDA8SOC
j them In beautiful s h a pea and Matching cuff links and belt I 10
WITH OLD WORLD CHARM ; sizes for Christmas. buckles can also be bought.
A Diamond wedding and engagement Buying for a couple? "H I sand i
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Sororities Business Establishments j jI are squared on some, In various designs for $40. -- IL \
I gracefully haired on others. Any lady would be pleased
i i The very newest design features with the exquisite compact one '
I I,black enamel Insets In the gold merchant has here in Gainesville ; .1 HOW AND SAVE!
I EXOTIC DECORATIONSand I setting to form a handsome. for Christmas In UK solid SHOP /
ring.Have For a His' and 'Her1 It'. a I I gold, it sells for $182.SO. ...
ILl Ai you ever seen a green snatching: tie tac and pendant.of Lighters with"lifetime flints"
i i iI diamond? An originally white which screw up like the lead of
I diamond can be treated by II the most refined watches In a pencil and very rarely if ever OUR ,
I I cyclotron to make It that color. the world. With 37 Jewels, It'have to be exchanged are
I CHRISTMAS LIGHTS i iILl I There Is such a diamond In Is self-winding, shock reslsta n t available at a wide price range GREATESTSELECTION r// 1
town. It.Is .93 carat and the and water resistarL It is In starting at $8.95. to
A I ring sells for $800 solid gold, of course with an
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away promise to be popular this year Another Gainesville" merchanthas r
black star and star sapphire
at varying price
i I An exquisite 14K gold and diamond quartz ring and tie tac fY.72zms n V
Words will not describe the beauty the exotic brooch In snowflake design sets, which are handsome, for OPEN tMRn e/.r
look, the unusual designs, the truly different IA I which can MO. NIGHTS .
Christmas decorations. Baird made these purchases as a necklace, Is available for Bangle brecelets, BO popular GYM-DANDY /.r apnl -
$300 A scalloped diamond and three or four years ago, are
so the people of Florida could enjoy the 'TIL 9
gold pendant sells for $550. A coming back. Gold filled or
created In for off ,
beauty lands. Come In
number of handsome tailored solid gold, they. are availablefor ,! p I UNTIL Headquarters for all Gym Sets
you must set to be convinced... solid gold pins and broochesset |3 or $70. CHRISTMAS Over 8 different models carried in stock
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Signal 2 DAYS ONLY! After Thanksgiving

Flare for BoatersBy .

CARL FABRY age for camping and boating BIG SAlLE
IF Student Journalist I drinking water.
Boaters and other sportsmen'schances Also new this year for the
of ever getting lost and boater Is "Quick Utility Clip"
staying lost have been greatly -'which can be attached to a boatto
reduced by a new signal de- hold most anything in place
vice no larger than a fountain and out of the way. The clips
pen.The I are made of stainless steel and r
device, called the are covered by neopreme.
1fl '
Aerial Flare; has just Ongaro. For the boater who Is tired of l J11 J111
troduced as an efficient .using lung power to arouse
live, compact aerial sleepy bridge tenders In order to //1 I
fills the need for a highly power- navigate low bridges: the Audio )
ful distress signalling device. It'Hailer Is the answer. .
would make an Ideal gift for the The Audio Hailer Is a small ,
outdoorsman.The compact electronic megaphone .
entire device Is six Inches which when turned
long and weighs four ounces. volume could surely up arouse to full the :, Economy Woll Type Sears Best 6-amp. All Steel Tool Dump Trucks with Lever Action 5.6Vz.ft.2-Man

When discharged the flare sleepiest of bridge tenders a swell Medicine Cobinets Battery Chargers and Tackle Boxes Roaring Motor Repeater BB Gun Scout Pup Tents
ascends to about 300 feet and as friends on other boats. I
burns with a brilliant red, am- Fewer Gainesville residentsare Sears Price 1"IUSin leg H.95 11 II R.9. 2.99 I"9Stwnltu Sears Price 75<) R.,. 5.49 '1WJ30 R.,. 16.99 1')29
ber or green light of about 10- complaining of back aches
ooo candlepower for six to nine as a result of having to draw window plans mirror For 6 or 12-voli bttttriM 7- watertight dory I II Fun for all boy Itvtri control hot repeater Gmrwd 4 Camping comfort full\ ...",.
seconds. their boats out of the water and 'door Whit enameled cabinet foot cord and cabin Automatic In long 7 in .wide 5 In dup. truck and dump body battery brown color stock, all-metal 'In door plus map-down screen
On a clear night It Is easily on to a trailer manually.The II I0ftxl6ftx4 Inches control. UU Lilttd. Padlock'. tyt. !pirated, 2I'1 In. .,*,11. BB'l, gun-oil, Includtd. door, WiKr-rtptMtnt
visible for IS miles. latest, Inexpensive power
The kit, which contains one winches will be available to
launcher and two flares, has Gainesville boaters before j jI
passed stringent military tests Christmas.One .
and Is (guaranteed to float In. local man, who has man
definitely. It ean be completely --aged to get his early, says he '
submerged for 48 hours with- wouldn't be without one and Lay-A-WaylSale 1
out affecting efficiency.The would recommend It to anyone. spOOjOe e eeni
Ongart Aerial Flare Is "It would be absolutely Impossible
not only recommended for boaters foe me to load and unload i e e O0000
and hunters but for campers I my boat without it. It Is the 10}% Holds On I
motorists and fliers as well. most wonderful thing I have :: Lay-Jti-way
According to the Gainesville ever used," he added.
Ongaro dealer, the flare kit has An attraction for leaky boat \ Hil Decembe> l ilh
already more than paid for Itself owners and safety conscious
to at least two lost Alachua boat owners as well Is the new
County men who have been escorted Submersible Electric bilge .'
to safety as a result of pump which also will be available -
Its use. I In Gainesville before
Another feature of the flare Christmas.It .
which could have certain appealto I can be permanently Installed -
women and others who could and Is completely submersible. -
fall victim to an assailant, II It Is recommended for all
the tear gas attachment type boats.
A small tear gas cartridge attaches -I Other brand new for '65 boating -
In place of the flare on, needs available In Gainesville
the launcher to provide effec- for Christmas include: peA h
tive, compact and dependable Practical and economicalski
protection from would be attackers rope reel for retrieving and __
stowing ski ropes.A \ \ I I
There are other new thingsIn 1V Square InternationalCode tnt +>.t
the boating world. One Is a Flag) key chain,considered f a'tt'l ,
new outlet for polyethylene gas a "hot" Christmas Item. ry
containers. Better known a s -New lightweight aluminum
"Gl" gas cans, the plastic containers ladder,fits all gunwale sites. 'tJI
are no longer suitable by -Ski hitch that fits all mo
law for storing gas, but as one tors.A I
local merchant has discovered new hydro-lift boat hull
they make excellent water con- by the Trevaler boat manufac / )
tainers. ,
They have been selling like hot StanPro rubber deck '
cakes at reduced prices and pro bumper, called a morrlng Snub- 1/ b. 't .
vide the safest and cleanest stor. ber. \ :
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die c. 27 In. pullmon rose ..jti'. was $2' 1C) now 24.88 f .

Regular 1B9.93 18 in. overnight case .. . woo $18.519 now 13.88

24 H pullmon COSt . ..... was $24.9 now 19.88

I .. Hot box. .N. :. . ...... . .. was $1 G. )I) nOW 12.88 *
PAYMENTS TIL FEIIUARY, 1965.11 Sears leiy Payment Plea
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Choice of regular, wosh'n wear, or delicate wash cycle-a choice l for { Attache Case . . . ...... was $19. '1? now 14.88

every fabric. Hot, worm and cold water wash selections combing'with Weekend case . . . was $21.99 I << now 16.88

.f'm 395 warm rinse to give washing conditions for all your needs. New com Men's 2-sulter . was $27 SO now 22.88

pact 24-inch cabinet fits anywhere you need It, Built-in screen f.lter.V 1?} Men's 3-suiter .. was $29,<;< 9 now 24.88

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Perfume la still elll of the : ',"
most popular Christmas gift ; I "'' k\ We Invite you to come and shop In downtown Gainesville this holiday I
for women, according to season and particularly this Friday and Saturday. We've put out some t j
Gainesville buyers and cosmeticians. fabulous values on this season's merchandise to entice you in. Take advantage

of these "AFTER CHRISTMAS" prices now and ,shop Friday til 9. I' I Nt
"Perfume Is one of the first
things I man notices about a :
woman and be remembers It I t Ladies Coats Reduced I 1:1
for a long time one buyer
said.Perhaps'. "r I Ladies Carcoats Reduced I I I
this explains why Laminated i jerseys, fur trims

:. buy more perfume than all weather coats originally stock of
men l7.00to40.00..NOWMillinery 0 Our select corduroy, cotton
women do, especially duringthe ; suede, vinyl leather, and pop. I

If Holiday a man doesn't Season.know what: I I 14 to 2999\\ ''T lin carcoats. Originally 18.00 to

to get for a woman, he buys I I M 45.00. NOW
her a bottle of Chanel No. S, '
one buyer said. She said this I :
is because more people know 'I 1599103399 :
about Chanel No. S. .q N Nt
"It's almost. I classic," she "
added. She described ChanelNo. I Sportswear Groups Reduced I : I ,
S as an "elegant, rather
'sophisticated scent" and said Sev.rol- exciting groups in 9' I' Jumpers I

not all women could wear It. tweed, cotton suede, velvety ,
+f v 'You I be amazed at the )
Another popular perfume Is and corduroy have been reduce lovely
!| Shallmar, by Guerlaln. Cosmeticians ed for this special event. In. '. "1 styles we have put out for this

say this feminine, I elUded are matching suits, promotion. Wools, cottons, knits,
floral scent Is becoming a classic coats, vests, slims, shorts, jerseys-you name it. Regularly
although it :Is not as well I it' skirts tops. Regularly 6.00 to + ,
known as Chanel No. I. : 14.00 to 40.00. NOW
32.00. NOW
There are at least two new

perfumes Paris and this one year from, New one York.from 7//-ic\\ 1399 to 2499 I r I 799 to 2999 I II

,Ondlne by Thierry, Is a sweet ; $ f 2t w
I floral blend that "can be worn
by N out of 100 women." One
buyer particularly 1 I recommended
', it for the youngcareer I C Reduced I I Sweaters Skirts Blouses I
woman. The perfume Is
priced from $5 to $30 and It Fur blends shetlands orlons e -

.,. also comes In cologne. The latest in feminine fashions helencas they're all Included in ,

& Ming Dynasty, by Dorothy from our millinery department the sweater group with some ,
Gray, Is a new perfume that
-/I now at these new reduced matching skirt and a great t
also comes as cologne and
prices. Originally 4.88 to 19.88
of soft blouses.
bath powder. As Its name suggests group Regularly
it is a light, spicy, oriental 6 00 to 1400. NOW'. 1
scent. Indigo, also by Dorothy II.
Gray, Is a heavier, sweeter .

Cosmeticians scent. said the woodsy, I 299 to 13991 'l:1.r "mi L 39tli999 I 1 ,

outdoorsy fragrances are most
popular In Gainesville. These d Illilol .

Include Woodhue by Fabrege, .. t. ,
Blue Grass by Elizabeth Arden,
and brill.Wind Song by Prince Match. They live in .

High school and college girls iQ1e1
: ? like; Canoe and Ambush by ; Stock up on ill)
liana. Both of these are spicy, ,
,/2fJght fragrances. I .Your Favorite ''j;. j

': i :i., For a very feminine woman of towii
**: cosmeticians suggested ,
.: any age I y
My Sin or Arpege by Lanvln,\ 7= -
.: ... White Shoulders by Goyan and I
+ Intimate by Revlon. All of these ):
": :; are romantic light floral blends. I
Life Stride ,_ '.
: Another suggested gift Is amy
/ spray bottle,of perfume for Allures
: the purse. Spray and aerosol
(bottles are becoming more pop- i Natural Bridge e

convene'. I '

.. : con be used forever; they lady :,
: simply buys refills for them. '
One store has gaily wrapped
Christmas compacts for women. /
The golden bejeweled compacts 1
are empty. The woman,)
brings her new compact: to the
store and has face powder especially -I
blended for her complexion + y
,. pressed Into them. ..qr

t A New Style : REDUCED \\

In Furniture ,

For This YearBy

56N i
Student Journalist
New furniture for Christmas! rItI
won't quite fit under the tree or
make It down the chimney, butit
still makes a fine gift I I ,..In a world touched with holiday fantasy-the
whirl of bouffant dream fashlon "A"line lovelies
This shoppers will find a ;
.. year We Are ExclusiveBoy !
new style from which to choose. One shoe your wardrobe can't afford to be with and the newest of shapes.Tloy Town excitement

Already popular In the north, It Scout Headquarters out. .The simple beauty of a plain, unadorned ripples through the finest of cottons, velvets
Is now gaining prominence In. pump goes with anything goes anywhere and blends to send them on their merry way.
the south. I IN GAINESVILLE goes anytime. And Life Strides come in so many '
Called the Mediterranean or wonderful colors' -one is certain to match your Sizes 1-4 Toddlers 3. 'Spanish style, this furniture Is favorite costume In high or mid heel. $10.99 4.98 to $12,98

.. characterized\ by Its ruggedness .
and massive features. W.',. Listing Just a Few ,
The pieces of solid oak or pee 't '
can have block designs carved! Items That Scouts Favor ;y. I If I

Into the fronts. .
The Early American style of! sue' Warmth special purchase ,
furniture Is still popular and
according to one salesman wlllj Canteens $3.00 Without ., I j

continue to maintain Its place ,, e. : Moccasin Kin 3.00 Weight i BOYS
in the homes of today. S .., Spece Derby Kits '. 2.95 i
Dull finish of wood In furniture .. f Sifnel Sets 3.9S

had also become popular Li: j'.it; Officlel'I"! Pee 'Y 1.91 -CompleteWashability SPORT SHIRTS
most all styles. There has alas I ,
Re4ie Kits 1.9564.50 '
been a move from veneer $
YiKce Pecks 4.95 "
piece which has some other DWM
ferial overlaid on It to solid S....,.", leg 12.95 Top Brands' ..t"

finishes. I Misers Teas 13.50
It was pointed out by onn 1 Knives 1.75&l.50 J

Gainesville furniture mercharaj Rings U5 '' $199 1 1Spomrwrti
that furniture buying at Christmas FROM
I.D. IrecelcttCM 1.00frU5
Is mostly in the way of.slit. .
Screp looks .75
gle Items instead of purcha: WATER REPELLENT
set for the whole room. Ceo* Kit 2.75
log a "
Official. Cenq tenter 2.79 WIND IREAKERS
He said that ever so often at r _, I galore?
"Drive husband" will come In SJIM te 20 4.99
.. but usually I he"Tha I Famous maker knit
and buy a suite We hove the' official BOY SCOUT SHOES In the TO
a prior knowledge\ ( thiit hlfe shoe department on the main floor. shirts with colors/
likes tt. Most of the bujtma .. u' .evs Wen
; of suites Is by couples.Fabrics short sleeved and
t .
t Often. PileUeee1Jecaett .'!t : 1Ia._
new furniture t* se ro Q
oo -onfa'special ","... &leevtd..,'.
MAY WE SUGGEST if Item" ,..b4 ,
beea pre-treat ,
also '
day lomaketncmresisuntlosuiriand has for your Cub! or Scout PLEASE place your order in t4Svtceet Rewkr '
|im* for us to hove Christmas 3.00
Dacron II king use. j it here in tune for ,;"
whluns'spots. since It best MIll t delivery I I II
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{ Housewares from 39 cents Tro' Football Suits, Complete.Tennis Kits Sure Pleasers 1 1 1By

To JOHN CLENDESONUP from $3 up, depending upon 'ida and the latest In equip. to 120
70 Dollars for MomByp ro Student Journalist
the quality and size Helmets 'ment la available at local merchants Other Items qn the market in-
It wa\n too long whena .
ago range from $2 n to $791. clude archery seta, ping pong
boy Has satisfied If h. hada
Another popular Item among equipment, volleyball, tether
CAROL NOBIS several Gainesville stores at these stores have I wide selection football to throw around during -
the ,
boys Is basketball equip I Dunlop Spald I n g, ball seta and swimming gear.
IT Student Journalist prices ranging from $13 to $31 In cutlery A perky little mouse ills the all months ment. Basketball season It In MacGregor and other famous
Have you ever cussed and, Normal knives (not electric) For the more frivolous giver, atop this cheese! server. Now the boy can be fully full swing at Christmas time sporting good concerns are prepared The word then, In the sporting '
said bad words when you attempted may be found for a variety of most stores are carrying a nice ware on the market this year outfitted in football apparel and everything from balls to to outfit the young net- goods line la completeness.
to carve the Christmasentree prices starting at 19 cents per assortments of snack servers Because of Its finish, foods from head to toe. Most of the((backboard and goal sets are ter. No new line of equipment ot
I single knife, going up to $35 At Ranging In price from $2 to $13, won't cook on, making washing Gainesville stores that carry joffered. One backboard I II dgoal the significance Is available !this
Again, emphasis la
If you have, someone's Ideal' sporting goods are stocked with on the year.
one store steak knife sets ranged many are tiered or compartmented a dream come true. Ever-pop- set sells for 1195 The
complete line of stork Wilson
Christmas gift or yours for from $14.50 to $CS SO, while at some made of wood ular stainless steel with a heat football gear galore 'backboard Is made out of a has a tennis set M $8 97 that Unlike the old days, the emphasis
some other cusscr could bean another low priced good-quality -, looking plastic,' some china or core for even cooking and aluminum The most popular seller has special composition Goal acts Include racket racket Is on outfitting the
electric knife featured at!I sets. start at $370 Both of, wood which comes in varying been the 'miniature" National range from $8 It and a basketballs cover and tennis press balls young athlete from head to lot
I One store has serveral cheese weights and prices are avail- Football League uniforms. For are $4 and up. and Improving the quality of
Give servers that are cute- with a able also. White enamel or blue- $995 the aspiring footballercan Tennis, a sport popular I Autographed rackets by Jack sporting goods that have been t
Libbye'sSPORTSWEAR. don the uniform of his be Kramer Maureen and since the turn of the
mouse (china) sitting pertly on speckled enamel finish pots and 'among boys and girls can Connelly popular
the server to declare that the pans make lovely and practical favorite NFL team Helmet, played the year round In Flor other net stars retal) from $3.50 centuryFASHION pi
cheese )Is good One of these Is gifts too.There shirt shoulder pads and pants
are Included In the offer Sizes 1
are many more gifts art boys medium and large
To be especially cozy Christ just in the housewares category '
Another Gainesville store has: her with. :
fotawcwy uwi mas night, it's hard to think of Miscellaneous items such a special rubber cleated football delight .. G7rR'' e.+:
a nicer gift than an electric as a colorful zippered bun hut sneaker on hand Made by
blanket It's soooo nice to climb for $3, a patio garden bell for the Converse Co, the special
Into a bed that s already warmon either $230 or $7 or trivits (hot sneaker is especially. designed A.," chosen, at Lon;"' will be proudly given '" ;.
a cold night Priced from plates) for $1, are also avail- for' sandht play. found In item. /\
for fine quality ond beauty ore every .
\ GIn $IS to $20 at one store, an electric able In Gainesville. Footballs may be purchased
blanket makes an especially
nice gift for college students Pajamas Slips Gowns Panties

I Bras Bros Exquisite Pegnoir Sets
our huge assortment I Housewives are always happyto ,
f- of sportswear, you'II find 1 have any kind of new kit- i j
a pleasing variety of '71 chen equipment Gainesville
y styles, colors and fabrics stores have an almost endless I Ii Holiday Dresses, and Hats.
oil with fashion flattery plus variety of practical and pretty Cloves
t practical that any woman kitchen accouterments. Th ey I. Handbags
11 appreciates Our sportswear range from pot holders at 39 Scarfs Hosiery
has been chosen with the ut 'cents each to stainless steel
i most care see it. you're electric mixers at $70. s Costume Jewelry
sure to find just what she There are spice racks an I
wants! dishes and canisters, cutti! n g "r
SKIPTS SWEATERS boards and toasters and blenders
2 end 3 PIECE DRESSES and can openers gasp! ,
SUCKS TEETOPS Heavens -It teems the list of {
BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES things could never run out before .
QUILTED REVERSIBLE SKI your shopping list does Suits k
a A cocktail mixing set costs
$4.SO at one store Artificial Sweaters
Free Gift Wrapping flowers, Christmas cnadies and ,? )

Use Central Charge Jt cakes, plastic dish pans and. Sandalwood Duet: Sandalwood After Shave Lotion t Blouses
drainers and cake covers always
Layaway for Christmas a make good practical gifts and Sandalwood Eau d* Cologne In gift box, 775. All Weather

Free forking : Other gifts for meal.time Include flat In Coats
),gy First Federal Lot a salad bowl and four Individual .
a bowls for f 10, motorized ardenomenorChristmasGRESHAM oM1'
braziers from $12 to $.12. and
t) large selections of cookware all
at the same store t Free Gift W"'I'
oS Types of cookware" Include I' Use Centre"! Charge er LeyeweyLANIER'S
colorful Descowaro, a porce- DRUGS |
lanized cast Iron Import, corn*
both cooked and served and I
pyrex the well known heatproof .
TO FLORIDA THEATRE glassware. 7 W. University Ave ...
11 W. UN IV. AVE. f R 2-2558
'_ Teflon Is a new type of cook.

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I : An Electric 'Wastebasket for Man in the OfficeBy II

PHIL BROOKSTONE Greek, or International symbols of the carriage), a colored Corona stockholder's report. separately. This means If one I I
,UF Journalism Student Such International symbols I Is. cylinder matching the machine's Ribbon control ii featured on[case is lighter than the other la MUSiL
An electric wastebasket, an Inexpensive -elude accent marks and the outside steel casing, and soft- the Model 410 electric typewrit- tonal quality, only one adjustment -
photocopy machine,I Spanish upside down question padded carriage return lever to er. By pushing a button, the[ Is necessary not two. E.
and,various typewriter advances mark. ; I lesson arm aches, typist can use either a carbonor Automatic paper injectors are
await office equipment shoppers\ The! Galaxle! ttM\ has the "Push buttons activate mch' silk ribbon.On now on many electric machines. THE MAGIC GIFT
this Christmas season. 1 following'' features- I jeweled I features at automatic erasing,.1 Remington' Model 25 electric The injector feeds the paper into -
I The all-metal, two tone grey de.imvi escapement (a hard jewel located space control, ribbon and Impression typewriter both upper and the proper typing position by ]
wastebasket. all office automatically waste by shredding In the m8 h ne'll,main bear control:" soys, a Smith. lower case letters can be aligned I_'use. of a_lever.____ ._ .. H'_ Hare a Christmas you'll never orgeta -
paper into unreadable''I
strips one eighth of an Inch I MUSICAL CHRISTMAS
wide. It handles three to four I[ 'I
sheets at a time Cost ill lass /JL You'll Find The Perfect
titan 5100.pJost A"' O.4. No money down no monthl'ypayments
machines Mil'

for an '$300 189 photocopy machine to SWO But has, recently hit the] V u 'Gift' For Her At Cherry's until January.

I market Called the Electra Mat- FEMININE APPAREL ,
|Ic tIt has less working part I II -. .' :t
I I than more expensive machines ; :;PU"?JvfWterful+ array of gifts tombined with' j r Dresses Costume Jewelry II t ..
I f I'
: while doing an equal job of reproducing !'fritndjyifhefpful' service ond extra special, I

Innovations material In portable and prices will put a happy ending to your what- 1 Toppers Petticoats ,,' ;,',
j I, electric typewriters have become -. to-give-her problems Men, you will be ...
commonplace. treated royally at Cherry's Our staff will Suits & Coots Bed Jacket .
Olympia' SM-9 Portable, a'' be defighted to help you select o lovely gift ry:"
West German make, has vertical for the lady In your life and also! make help Gloves Gowns Or Robes'
and horizontal half spacing I '
ful gift 'suggestions. Hurry, Chnstmoj is1nedr
\ allows for c or-I PIANOS ianssen
The first Cable, ,
rrctly placed ertpo Den t s and,' : ( t ,. Maternity Wear Slips & Panties Ivers & Pond Kowai "
footnote numbers while the lat-|
ter permit the typist to put In, FREE. Door ,Prizes I
omitted letters. 't I ,t- i i*, FREE GIFT WRAPPING ORGANS Seeburg, with
Also credited to Olympia is a;' Given eoch ,week, Drawing each Sotuidoy Select-o Rhythm r ..- ..
paper support with a scale showIng 'ot 5.30: pm." Just come'fnind, CENTRAL CHARGE
the number of lines left on "
the page and two holes In:the' "register every week. No purchase neoessory LAYAWAY '\ STEREO "
plastic alignment guides for i> ;; not have fO be present ,p- Pilot, Motorola ...
drawing vertical and horizontal to win! Register' now 4y
lines. Ability to change car.I FREE RECORDS 'ts
rlages I Is the chain feature of w with each ) LJ
the Olympia Electric. console
Smith Corona Is utill/lng! t xl xl"Goin.sville's purchased ,>f its-* __ -
changeable type, for the first I
time, on portables Us GalaxleII I Delivery mode as you wish.
model comes with an easy

.to-change Normally-number key. the Gainesville Music, Center
keyboard, the key can be ex-

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": goad isf: .' : select their gift from oi store that _

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Coats and Golf Jackets ', r ,.
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Hart Schaffner Cr Marx l t s 10 re '

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November 26. 1964 Gamei.ille Sun 17

I Science Toys Biggest Hit with KidsBy I U PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS


PHIL GEYER ing circus In any room in the students from grammar an analog computer, alarm thing from pizza to chocolate Over 5(1( different cars are SCHOOL- WORK.
IP Student JournalistThe house school to college ranging in systems, transistor sets anda cake. (Mixes are Included in available this year !, GAINESVILLES ONLY AUTHORIZEDFULL
lines of the song Jolly Plastic molding toys are price from $3 $50 One store Lie writer which exploresthe the kit). In
HO trains are AGENT
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a dolly" to "Johnny wants an temperature cast method. knowledge increases new architectural wonders oils on the velvet produce avery Plastic model car collectors
Analog Computer S u ale The Formex "7" comes with For children who want to with the improved erector unusual effect, which have an abundance of stockto 1! ( \
wants a micology." dolls for the girls and toy know what the weather will sets and American plastic becomes even more startling choose from ranging from 4t !
This year the toy manufacturers soldiers for the boys. Also in be tomorrow, Lionel has a bricks. under black light. the old timers to the latest /
are again advancingthe the extruded toy line Is the weather station completewith Little girls who would rather Improved electric model stock and custom kits among (..,1_
scientific and space age Play Doh Fun Factory operating barometer, wind gauge keep house then explorethe road racers by several manufacturers the new faslbicks" I i per. O.4rfrwdol
far beyond the "vISions of like a modified cookie rain measure and equipmentto unknown can learn to are available with The only thing that was not W. U"i.lty A.,.. Gsin.rvrg.r fIorIde ,
sugar plums. press. measure the humidity. bake on the Easy Bake Oven Strombecker and Aurora of. seen In the toy tour was a
A tour through the toy de- Youngsters who like to General Electric has the which uses the heat from two fering open stock of parts do it yourself moon shot Ph. Fit 1.ZSSS
partments In three Gaines- tinker will enjoy a plastic real brain teasers Including light bulbs to prepare any body styles and modifiers kit. but wait until next year. ). -
ville stores quickly dispelsthe clock by Hubley The clock, -'-
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will be content with Santa's actually works and can betaken
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IS Gainesville Sun Thuridoy, November 25, 1954 \,

I / Even Tricycles Different Now..And Oh Those Bicycles and Motors! \\

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By ROBIN LUNDWALL -- - sales| from Belgium, France, thuslasls..Costing'from $95 to reach 30 miles per hour. The I Even though the racing bl- ginally designed ai a production -

lF! Student Journalist There Arc Some With Italy, Austria, the U. S. and,I I$200, the machines have from motor scooter rises In performance cylea are beautifully made, a class racing motorcycle.No \
chromed bicycle of course, England. Local merchants .i 10 to 15 speeds and weigh as and price. For example, Honda Super Hawk would be matter what the taste and
(JribBl under the Christ-- Skin Scats say the most popular'little as 28 pounds. The racers I the Crusalrs Is $355 .but goes somewhat faster transporta-l background of the recipient,
aToday ad Leopard 47 m ph. and is entirely enclosed 'tion. The $775 'two-wheeled gifts of all kinds
model Is the "English" style i art largely constructed of light I'
lonalrholhdayogat.been exceed 100 m p b. and_was orl-|are available in Gainesville.
of foot and with three speeds and handbrakes i I:alloys and even mount plastic -1
bewildering. array two-wheelers knobs pearance and sound of a motor: The standard price isj water' flasks for the thirsty T
powered 11
motor In Gainesville for cycle engine.One merchant said about $50 but can range from)I I competitor. e \
are Optional equipment for bicycles $38 to $80.Gainesville. I ,
gifts. Includes mud flaps, radios, that he was afraid that on New The lazy or affluent can find
Bicycles, once as sturdy and speedometers, odometers and Year's Day the Varoom wouldbe dealers point out I';'motorized' two-wheelers of all
be- that bicycling In the United -lOrts. The tiny-engined mopeds
Model T, have as popular"as the traditional
IS a almost else that could
simple anything
complex and op- toy drum- and suffer the same States Is becoming a popular I can be purchased for as littleas
come Just as their automobile clamp on to its frame. A popular fate recreation Some stores even $200. Able to go for miles
tlorr-packed as Automatic and accessory this year Is the I !stock sophisticated European!!on a cup of gas, newer models
big brothers.transmissions, with plastic yaroom motor The $51 r, Adult bicycles are a cosmopolitan racing machines for local en i'can climb a 3q degree hill and
manual are alts Item roughly duplicates the ap lot. Makes compete for
many as 15 speeds
able, as are automatic
spring auspenslons. i \ ) 1p ( ww 7 ( t % )
Probably the first e i I,
a child t" of navigating on Give fun for allOt e S
A variety A GIFTOF
wheels Is on a "'"
of tricycles are stocked In Christmas. Select qualify In

Gainesville\ the cheapest costIng LOVE. IhiTr favorite sports equipment here l t o
to $30 At ,
t $10 and going up
tricycles 1 r
the upper
themes, such o A m
emphasize One BIG BOY GOLF by M.cGr.gor -
fire or farming.
model as police for the warlike Is equipped BEST GIRL CT y CLUBS BALLS

with a camouflage paint' 4y x CARTS ACCESSORIES r.
and replicas of hand grenades -
a submachine gun, a net BAGS CLUB COVERS .
met and walkletalky.But Sewing Gifts i irte'
a boy or girl's first by t e Wiea Scissors
"real" two-wheeler would (. e RACKETS COVERS
be the model with M- jJW Decorator
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ing wheels. Trainer bikes rangeIn Feminlne'la L. Dress Forms SHOES '
A clever Masculine rugged 1\
to $40.
price from $28 lEiT GIRL alP
touch on a $30 model la a BOf \ .-. Linen -FOOTBALL--
removable top bar so the bicycle 11 1 Calendars
can be adapted for a boyor ''io ; MR SHOES NFL FOOTBALL
a girl The manufacturer BALLS SETS for Boys
Her A
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can make a woman''warm and often .less expensive off the knee line in a burst of Everyone
I el more femininely exciting'I'than their cotton oiunterparU. femininity.
Ian lovely lingerie, and Ibis.1ason' Colors range from rampant Sailors wear bell bottom OPEN
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i pressive array of styles and styles feature full or short ventura woman to dim bell 9:30-9 f ) to
feiirks to choose from I nainesvillo lengths with \ length puffed bottom pajamas. Downtown
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I Leopards really can change For light weiKht high! style crimson nylon tricot trimmed
lelr spots at least in lingee. in peignoir sets Burlington has I I in black lace The new PJ tops
Last year'i all lea p and improved nylon tricot with Its'are sleeveless and contour fit
Irmt craze has been tempered new "Crepe 61' nylon robes,;,tedBikini +
lth peignoir sets in comple- and gowns. One style In U-> panties are stl't'lIIll1 g 17a N CPUNe IaC1ADClOrM ,
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entary leopard and golden mint green lavishes the *4 .,stretch this year In a new ; 1
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ly Fair's sleeveless I leopard. yoke and hemline. The matchIng -[Fair The stretch lace providesa %
ht with long sleeve shift I t :waltz.gown Is accentuated,, fit and.holds its shape 24
f wn In beige. A smiling little at the neckline with a fine band'after many washings
jf lace. For tho e seeking the practical
H pard applique accentua t ele <
Every woman wants to wear as well as the pretty a new
Matching beige
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I In nylon tricot. s one department here her J'Charge'
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20 Goinesvilla Sun Thursday, November, 1964

'i<+ ,f Wh.,', yyr ,..hl,,,,' Fw !."- I OTHER PART OF THE WORLD 1

Extra M an.ral. ..,1,. write t. Abby, sex 1)65, ;;!; I .;> \

...fl., Hill,. Cillf, 90212. mt < .

Abigail Van. Buren. Includl l 1 ., ," Abby .w.n ill "'0,1.
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DEAR ABBY: I wish you would lay something in your DEAR FLABBERGASTED: Yes. This: ( oNCV bil4YTpv SHYEST PssrYOU, //
column about the "extra man" who thinks that with so many J- r'
Dear enclosed is letter received from KC/i05 VJORSTMONSTER HERE!!
Abby, a just my '
around he need thank
widows and divorcees does not to a -') I
hostess for entertaining him. These extra men, who accept sister:

Invitations left and right as though they were doing the host "Dear Margaret: : ; ti w '

ess a favor, make me tired. You never hear from them after Last Christmas I beat my brains out going from store to "

they've accepted your hospitality, but they keep turning up store trying to find three ties I thought your George would ,. \4
at all the parties because, confound it, men are scarce! like because I know how fussy he Is about his ties. Well, :.J '. '
KNOWS SEVERAL it's been almost a Sear now, and I have never teen George .
DEAR KNOWS If men are scarce, gentlemen are even wear one of the lies I bought for him. If It will make your /
scarcer The extra man has no Immunity from the social Christmas shopping any easier my Paul would be tickled to 'r t "

graces just because he's In demand. lIe should telephone his death to have those three ties I sent George Thanks,
hostess the morning after to thank her for having entertained DOTTY"

him. ((1/ he's too busy or too tongue-tied to phone flowers e *

will say It for him.) And single men who accept Invitations DEAR ABBY: A word to Dick who can't get a thank. I'MNAW SHOCKMY EYE !! THAR'S -

should play host occasionally.., you letter written to his aunt and uncle for a wonderful YORE WIFE-MATE :I THINK LOWEEZV o I:! THE Ol'GALr
DEAR ABBY I just received the following letter from two-week vacation on their ranch last summer. FROM DAYLIGHT 70 TOO MUCH OFI TICKLEDIT'S ABOUT I

my niece and would like your opinion of it: "Dick, did it ever occur to you that your aunt and uncle I.I'"x... DARK.SNUFFV- THE A SHOCK OL'GAL TO ,
"Dear Auntie, VE COULD AT LEAST w
might be too busy to write and Invite for another such rI)
but send
I hate to complain, the next time you me a
Christmas gift, please send It In the box from the store It visit next summer?" TH'PWWM'ORCED "

came from. Every time I try to take back one of your I have only four nieces and nephews but If they don'twrite l/
I told It didn't from there. This is
presents am come very and thank me for a gift, that is that, I sent a check n Jii "L'JJ1M
embarrassing. I hope you won't mind my telling you this,
for my nephew's birthday this summer I haven't heard from
but I would rather be frank than take a chance on getting
him to date, Christmas shopping will be lighter this year! ZrI
embarrassed again this year. Love to Uncle and the kids.Sincerely .

Have you ever heard anything to equal this? Take comfort In the words of Giorgio, the Italian philosopher

Sincerely yours, : "What a girl measures la not nearly as Important as IMPOSSIBLE* EVEN ,yDUR CLOTHltARB THANK HEAVEN, HERS

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o Whal's New-fhlldren "jo'reedom In September "Dr. J. k y II and Mr. O News RUTH ALDEN!... HOW NICE rVi) '
A trip by boat t h r 0 U I h 'by Leo Lehmann LechHyde.." (1941)) A I m T,V. Bingo TO MEET YOU H RE'-I! JUST J>? r3 *
him 1:15: U Focus 2 YOU RE UM V3U FKl V'X "
the "Okefenokee Swamp" erenko Russian d I T THINK
po lelf Into a hideous crimi 1:30: D As the World Turns .y LIKE COINS TO WORK,HONEY?\ THAT WORD. JIM! WOULD HAPPEN IF 1 BRAVED '4"Y
In southeast Georgia lomat In London wants to
m Bewitched defect to the West. nal. Spencer Tracy; 1 n. m'l Make Alteal : NIGHT-If YOU'M OVERDOING,/ \ T_;, iir _'IO I Iar A WALK, THIS MORNING! ,
Shakespearian actor Mau8:09: U m 11m I grid Bergman, Lana Tur I WANT YOU TO QUIT!,..AI V
rice Evans Is seen toColor( ) "A Lesson In DI. ( 1:55 ID News s& ii
r'COITwo toursi.
:; 2:00: U CO Loretta Young J
I night 81 Samantha' fath pi 1 0 m Ie y." Hazel has 11'38: ( ) .nn)' 0 Password a 1,

er Mauric. What should t r out b l I. controlling her Carson
2:30: D lIollle Party
be a joyous family r. temper at I particularly FRIDAY I O m Doctors
union becomes an u n. bad time the B xters
a Morning and Afternoon 3:00: U I m Another World :::
earthly nightmare wh e n are entertalning foreign 1:00: D Sunshine Almanac D To Tell The Truth .
M au rice I learns that Guest In. .StJ
dlgnitarie. cast 1:15: U Sunshine Almanac: 35: D News -
d aUf g h II r Samant h I eludes Oscar Homolka D Humanities C.51
3:30 U You Don'
: (IColorl) Say
II married and to a and DoUglas Henderson 15: ID Living Words POp4''e'l Pall
mortal\! D Baile1 of Balboa
1:30 U World Civilization
D : 01
Edge Night
1:30 U I Your All Time Sam will do almost any. m Gospel Music 400 U :Mulch Game

Favorite. Sonlll thing to keep Jim away ltS: D Pulor' Study D Secret Storm

(Special) Ifolorl) Dean from Barbsra W u nteonEl (IColorl) HI, Neighbor m Peter Potomac 7: sou wN

Martin, linger E'die Gnr. even conspire with the 1:50: D Farm and lIome 4:25: U News rr- -
m. and jazzman Al ll1rt enemy 1:00 O m Today
4:30: D Leave It to Braver
are the stars 01 this tool g) m Suspense Theatre D Local News Weather U Best 01 Groucbo J,

musical lpeclal. ,Color) "Graffltl" Gee 7:05 D Ranger Hal m Movie 4"I

tape age ate pick u p 1:50: D Local News, "Trooper Hook" to r

r-- S1IILE! With Art uchwald I;,

r .. Visit l0 the Ranch rI)

Z Gig,
-.- ;,: MAMA..ri EtJTTItI ( '
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bPEaT "' Am1 AAli,71C! e TFa.'I1L .
WASHINGTON It Is not I I "It s a small car that AmerI- 'But Monsieur le president,I!| "You have to get on your' 6TpMA.1i, AMNA. I DCNTIu
known that
Presidentde "
generally cans use to play golf in. Chancellor wczsye
Erhard did It. After knees and write name In ea owtd
I your
Gaulle planned to visit President
"Have )ou been drinking" the measurements and block SOON
of cement. It takes the'
Johnson right after t the! .
Mrs, de Gaulle will be ( PALsTfh
but somehow No, Monsieur le president escorted place of laying a wreath." i :
went askew plans It Is traditional on the LBJ outside to a barbecue," I](I "Monsieur le mlnlstr. 1 I II |I r"y ,
ranch to ride around In "What Is a barbecueT" | r
This Is what happened.A a golf I I think t must ask you to re-
i'art, and our security people: "It ls a Western-type dinner lign." |r
few days after the election feel its safer than If you drove consisting of pork ribs sausages 1
President de Gaulle'i F reign!! around with him In his Uncoln beef briskets, and; "I am only repeating what laIn
Minister came Into his office Continental" the cable" ...- "' n
en legs cooked over a smoky '
'and said HMonsieur: le pres* The foreign( Minister I t con I Fire and smeared with a very "But when do I get to talk I
drnl. I have just reel'.I.'d' t tinued. "The first thing will bea hot sauce It is served with hot!to the President;" de Gaulle ...IJfc>- *
ambassador said ao rnF oi NO surwtevwT NCW rwAT *omjwy WANT Y rp Jct .
word from our -
von tour of the ranch The American chili beans and sour dough biscuits u MY MMES :ONES AND OW X a I TOKm HO* Nt ecr nmttyw M ewe AT FORMMAT rv0uLP U n ] pi ecn.Y TO
cernmg your state visit to the President will In all prob- For dessert there Is fried!I 'Right after the sheepdog i HAMS H SMVI' : TKL 'OU SEes N TNt KOOP'K' 'IklDIMAION IC>r UXL WTtM TMn IMK ml WL! ABLE THE PCK tCE!
United State I have the" trnta-,lability start chasing his cattle apple pie, served' with six-shoot. act You will witness trained --'HSCI.T HuXX HOW t WfS.-c w* l INS 80V! WELL. fl sta. A '1 'O of l tT TO 1Cxi f .
the schedule with me in the golf cart." er coffee" 'dogs rounding up sheep on the i T 1 4r1: T

"Good. What time do I get De Gaulle said, "1 am not "I am not only not going!ranch. Its quite moving. Then-- t
to Washlnaton1""You'r. going," 1 I am getting out of NATO." ,you will\ have your talk. After I

not going to Washing "Please, Mossiest le pml- "Moi lebr le ,"lkIt.&. our the talk there will be a Joint 5
ton. You're going to the LBJ dent, luten to the rest of the ambassador says it Is important I press conference held on a bale-

"' ranch In Texas" I,I schedule.: After the tour you will I that you and the President sit',of hay and protocol: hopes you
"Alan?" j ISO to the main house to rest down and talk' \,will wear tour Texas hat when
"We wfflJly directly: from:,and meet! the President's'rela -When do we do that I you appear lor It." )

Paris to Texas, where you and lives. Then you will be measured "Probably alter yen writel ".. that all'- d. CauII aaJd.1!

Mrs. de Gaulle will be met by' for a 10-gallon hat and y e u r namot la a cement I "There U GIll mart para
President Johnson and Mrs 'owhiiy boots."' block in front of the ranch graph. The ambassador wants
Johnson la I golf cart" -I have the bomb. I do not I I house." a know what are your feelingsahect

fWhat li i golf cart?" I(I'::aft la t\ 'What to that1"* | gt a-g oa a bom""

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4 '......Ii.... 3.1710015 U Male 14.1, Wtntid II-Mil, Male ri..MlCARRIIR .- -;; M. .I. Mtmti rr-.I-l 1 IS NMM* rw S.MI

CLASSIFIED KilT 'N KURL .Aun SALON 'MMEOIATI O'"I'4INa. .par" MDIY. .uu I. LUN\"" .. 1'rsloN ....
I ..II ''or .150 .n .PII'
5./11510. 4xOto net not _.. .. WI Iroln ytuAmbllion Mwn : 1RCCl
All worn cuorMiotilPtrm. wllllnnrn Hi work M IM "ntvt tpwlngi tor Trtnttn,milt 1I 1 AVAILASLPmsrtse / 0115 1011 PIS
NNERE ... H I 10..14.lore. P51. ..<01_ 1001111 mNyear.
{ U up IhtnvMl II upM t pood kntwitogo al llmpM trllh.wook tr Noel otmlngl. you 1Ndld7 al
...... N'' t MIlM' Noritl M 441ClurM Ipc1.H'es COIl
I. Unto A... "..171.On' /MIN(5 115AIIM .... wore hovt ItonlMrUIIlM tnd
''''''' I0 pal, Fold. _"..... rollmnontplM. run your own builnoM .im Wry O. Nana "Nor" 04111150N1 115 Twr.ce.
Dial! .rtop ho-nioiunlon. ind lltlto 10__'. PAlM Clll Mr, .- PNIPO 011tH our' OIRICT FROM RufllRi:

I TRAVEL INFORMATION lilt tnwronct or* '"' ApplyllthDrh Crania Clmloiwn DH>I. ..,.... ---CONNOLlY-- Ira rtdue** :1.J\.t: \ I
M pH1w ns SOo'S 117. NE vim ..... in .,4il, tut 11. I to r*. I Mt1l ,
*. 731711.14Sal.: Mount' Ham low*, inc. I t > FHA tr VAT UN Nt UK lorMvtn
WOULD LIKE A RIDE from NW -- tut .
"iiiiI1. 0.11100 5140110 Many 1 tdiMfdi. yrm __

378.1411 I I Mi lleo,Ay/.*., to A.M.downtown M P.M.Port PhonoFR OtI Tct.okl10,CIRCUIT- ..-. I InteedI .. Nile Wasted 11.11 0,... place out toniy I eta 1 mllMtl M_101111.... i1 OWNIle bMulllul l..nt, .fc>rWo
MW. .lo oponln. Indvolrltl I K port.TKIMICll "" In NW OKII"
1 1 .... 0 1111100Con41.11' NMI.Nt00 ..... VOCATIONALLY D I I TUP.IIDIOur OlIhMVlllt HI U .. 411 'I\ Taiwll/100 IOM.1. MWI be

UlV SPECIAL NOTICESflflr4Itr'UQlmSh".oiol 551Y." M'. 1501.0l tow miy male. ill t potonllMConor. J'oynNORTHWiST "" 5105 1 be -,.- t"1 PR

N M,. ,orta... 11131E AIUW.M0 MINe ctmptny will odd _Dent_ _
'. IIH HOI IW Are_ Iou' 10alk01s Nll 5115.IMns
Announcements : RYI I TRAILER SALES THRU __ Mmty".tm.
ntsl .CI"nt Rd. MinultthjrM N Tom_ leo p.n.n04 Inlsn11waSNery 1 Ia.
lito IIobIrI
I o.wesl pa wow ROM NI. tocotod tn Itrtt SHIN
turt all HumMllv butrumtnlt tpM. Mtrrlod' men tgoiU41
yet ,_ II will LenIN .. At Pllm Lone f. 70! ctntM nolglilXKhMd, eonvtrwntIt
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01105, ,. 0. A _........ PlwNY .. __ nolorro. Mint bo hM" tcnaM ond inopMif. FHAHnonclKf
THIS. WEEK'S IS ON I LOST b rOUND H1. WANTID Drat cwiTbMTy RIM tndpolnlor tenon .'.__ CHI .-.._. II LOTS FOR SALE Tht Jtrntt C5 pact

SPOTLIGHT| ( Good MF wlib (pudcotton. Id FR 40105.WANTED P1,5513117411. __
fUUHU Lo" In 171 710 ......v. SUGAR CANE JUICE--- App. !, M ponon to MrWllllomi AT ONCE Riwlll LARGE boouitivi. ton 'b NW.tottltrl. CCI. 1 votn lid'
..NI. Wllkor ......... Ownor con Montlly COMI to cmt mill 1H mi West t 4 O Motor Co. |MIMP. > DoMor m W. Alwrhui County tr 1 Ioc..... KIlKOnt l. tllyIMlltl I :ulll.In eirport All. OccupmcY ky Con r.

GATEHOUSE RESTAURANT ond clolm, by tilling MolrtM, tl i. M flocfl' '1.... NW tint 704.I. Mlln.TOP ___ (port OlMMVllto. WIN RowlOrtn I wlltl' pad .',..... Mwor .... UM- Icon .

J 1222 W. Unlv. A.*. vR MIDI .'.... Plow FR MIX I"'I.INCIO, HELP Dopt FA ) 710 I Mompnii Tonn.II City WlUr. AIM ,.... toll ..... PO 100 AIN 5,041010 0011101 '.

Cray. 4.11..'_... Poll end droiMjkt koor In o L ii''iiialro dumnd 11115111 LOU "wllOHT Mtily wlin now I II W'NTIO IN U"Nn O..T..INf able' M MUM Sold Mt I mllM m' NW 5615 Tor C." "...

u. ... 0.0110.5 IN,. Rrooa LV..-A-Ont Toblrll VACATION, WwkWtntR ......leI1 looN N ....... DIWI P1111. ,- nNa OR. j
ttwtl tnd rtltitd ."" ....h.,' No nod lo leek. P501,1 Fl SJIIa I WAO'" POlO .M 15115 IuraIlld.Macl.t1 trto

.f ktymd Hit Ctttk ui'i Sckoc-ntr ....... Ipso hero -REWARD Only H _'. Contvl Drug_ FREE CORP INS HO APPLY 101 INOUITRI.TO HOMETTI H....... .... bolK*Ctlonltl l Illl NW Cpnlril Illl 0,A-C. IIM trtoi.on pormt .
II ,30 tm 2 A.M. Tiki 15... ot tkt kit or wtfltinn OLD collrto Itudonl dMlroi "I V e. MCCa 71.7111. ingo'tR
AL PARK OCALA.10.1lNale 4ewe piymonl.
... '
Lent .
WIIM Eopelenl.N
.011 popon ind Si..... CkiW Ctrt -Int MM 11111115. 3711Mr
I'1 kite o ch. w I..'.... ...,. sod ...... Ctrl. AIM' IMnoy PIMM I Itby Ind 111/aHN. P1111,1 11"1''" I RAILROAD _

Ir.M a V.nsty of hot and cold 10.6 lbss. ." ..... H Pot HKUfC 1111 NW mt ttnrtvnriY. tootELECTROLUKCORP elm our WOULD I IN.. I bnt ....... NW IKl A_
win ond Mrvk
REIIAILI wWro' IMY MBy Salts IMt M m homo M cook
AK shrimp. and .. 141.1 1 .Ml II FR 15011.FOUND SIDING LOT .... P1,15100 N 1050, 15.4.RIr. .
rot.. trite .. .II.. .Ii. sign en f lit In your Nerve tr noro RotPrl 1 laps 05*. M.... Wed Frl 1. .
1 'L. .. *,,_....., Th. lotttniiiit.a .,..i". room I HOGS .15000 11..1..... Moo 1,0 UK NW It* It. Would' eonitdtr I 0ereN toII NAV -.c. 101 wi' .._.Iy.. (mmdI.lU000eeeet.

leans I.. S I* t P M. end olltn ...1. dint md Dwnor con till FR 14114 tootribt Oty or ovo. OT-UI4. HIPl-Tra Ronmor INKIIIICT5l Mail Ill 07)1. lie ... Me'.""h. roll" .101151., WIN Ns1/ MIN m-
(poy _... Slid pkk up IS ,. 0' 0111105.. i cc.01';; ; ... Swim,
Sell cN1/drsn. bydy 1'/ imtnonl pmlllon lUll SN 100
4 NJ plotM any Nil while .....1... h. itudtntMckttktok. 1000. ANM or Wrw to III' PM0 top My rogullr hoots tnd otnorcompMry SC....... i ImtroctiMt bry .41. PU4...,. 1511, 051. m.......'...1.. 515 M .

The riitturint new closes kt'h eKe __. .. M PER 5011' ..... 51 of 1545 N.
1 LOn MY DOG. HI Is a In II _Iton. .... CIIIPR bonrlltl. Apply .IV OWNIR. kMlllllul I ipKklM 10.. Per
Hens.. but ttkir will .. ,. 1104 I..10 Dr. .. leA 571.1155
Sunday m my day prlvtIriCIOIII nailed I11kr. He blondrllt 3.5017.WOULD ION IMIIAM WANTED mulH h.c>.. IN X V*, IMt irlvlb lorbontlnt

h.... Wilt 10010 1111 sod ..... 11_. WIN CMIdrM to C..0tr P M. COUCH_ I, HH N. Mew ItWATCHMAKER "WHIPPY' 001. cm ,R mil Slid ""'no. 101 I*. IW SOY iUCT'.OOA'UILD...
I 07 m. rowtrd It
: trot M ram tnt .." It no UIW > I mint ho tMporniHMnd VIAL UTATt SIAM 4 ecosl e* $0055 nw5l. TM ..5151110IMn
Watch ,.. Nod W.... SPOTLIGHT 1JN1. OM w,0 lets M yFOROVCl'i S
I ...d PlaCe .... Fit llconio Mr CLASH .S Wi" ew.,....$ IManeklp
H FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTID posts mtn II to 30 to Doc are It I:. P M.til HI'L TOil lowtrdi, rm.. >*>yilIUIIT
---mmr-' ...... lor .....'.., monitor I. W. Unlv Avt. PP. "m>. .,. W1..,. 7/11'711 -: / i""kT HIN. con. cowl

AMUSEMENTS it DINING DINING.DANCING PORTRAITS I WAITR..III', Ouldl TwN R... por4.ncl ...,..... Apoly M oirwn -.oiticHOOL I I*, |i' PaINS awl ttr urntqulty
N PHn Le I.. lout WiBto Ra. N Swiss, 105. 51401. A"ken J4 WsttseneI Pnpvty tou HIM FHA dowl Ply-
COCKTAILS ,....,. IHI W. i U.'". Aw Ap.Hy
.OWLING ., '" .no.1 .1 ...... Roo' ._ DIAWN MM ctmpBiM tar It bIN to ponon.XPiR trlwok P' O. lad link JtckMn OWNER I*. Irtnt tol, II mist nib.. of' will ...... 1/10 N' 1W
5s1leleben It 11_. Will nnildor tro olor
PALM LANES In CrttmACrWROOTBEERSTAND mat trom.nt inm sty Hit 11 Work Wtnlid Milt vllto. Fl le mit. -
UNIVERSITY INN i(NCED Non mull toil tormi wnoll dtwt HVmont ( ir, neosl trillor or olV l
Opm .ry milt, for you nteymont emr photo Said | piouor
Noon t A M It I A.M not NW inn 51. Otrtvtt till* ....... ftrnrqotboord. > HM tor pMlol tr ..tour. wtllod ooxrlp.,.. bo wllllnt to mvt I* Polotlio.Coll \ Real Estate Exam .- CHI PR I IMl:.- OWNIR d K, I ..... wimtlr ,
Cocmill Hour I 7. Illl VM Wlnkio dtyllmo in. tiki front, mMV
Pry .., to IdrlnM OVER 11 Ins *)
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Mrvlc* 11.:11I: A.M.I 10 PM N CIII 0nw5 or will lend COLA. ond., twlm. pool "uo mom
I HOI .""h' 4711717.COCKTAIL : AIM I'"
MM Wild .... forM prlco tt I Done.In C.O.D tr MM. .
110ttUPUNLAND Menry .tvnclocl It oat .nINO Pilo 04Ne 1,11.7s17 bonwp 'bl Hlinlmd' Coo,, MMFWP >
'111 I A M. to lobby OrlHIif MlliHod I I II MYelsnedMul.s with' 40001141101
Jo. 111.AUIOVJIIO. ,
wdoln lot WAITRESS NIN IIN It. C. 1111157. or tooy. Pill 115. It' NE11W

A11u00n1W C10Nr LARRY'SOLDFASHIONED Combo. ion 4 .Rlchtrd W.' I3IH Ptrkorl It F.trctwtIn. I.IMI.Dint < (Ftrmirly. turn *cimbii Oiinowillol, Ijj.Mk Ovor II. Apply NW M\m porwn... to InlnOrtori Do You Need An SPlEDWIITIN0SPIILIN i new toko _lonl.*. M10rN..rlMh a1owns T.r'rl. P S 1101.PEOPICT .

OVUM to Sots tnt Girls 117. Want UnlW"ly A."u. I'I Ml ? Civil, lorvlct Trilnm" Jomrolry Co.WINIFRED. __ PON LORnl 'AMILYO.
NAPPY PIOUS I" 7 PMO Charcoal Office
Pastel 011 Manager
". locrttirlol' CturoM
: C510tillo N 115 '
5vltt ,
IN FULL CI .... Pepe11n.HOWILL'0
FISH FRY US 1,1,1. ...... $5 $25 .,.. Financial Rog 1rb.rr, inofilliin* m 155. SaleUHem.' III 1edeeV
Wane UeIossIty Ave.NANT 0001414 10 _''on. $10 : WINS VII, our RoprouIIVM tUIINIU COLLEOtIII i l ;kE PROPIRTIll .- ..1111.0E (41 m sntlNortbwoit ,. .
CEDAR KEY MULLET trt tntoylno bit W Unto Avo' FR 4JWIII ......... IJI.OOI
md Dinct It llvt I $ Ills No.. 01 MNIMON
;; ,Pilot H P. M t7 muilctvtry Controller "
TO 'C' AND HAVE conn Frldoy tnd burley IXPIIIEN000 SEAMSTRESI 1 1lion. rloht tow. Vow too Oft I 1.1111.'ii.4MI5: Ttrml. N. W. Mrd CIr /.
Why Nol Try HUMPTY DUMP ry Drts111aKMN ond Ml lines tlltrn loin tnd bnur I Merry 0101.11I'll '
I Itultlt .
tl.oitoc. i S.. .
Kiclog your cir N 301 NW lim: It THE ORLEANS .. Rooionoiut, rutoi W ors tor your Mmlly. Clll AVM Accountant > I IONS .nd now. ..roe Shce..... .
GAINESVILLf, 4m NW UHl 11. ".."" ouirinhMM Pn in nil tr eomoorimm \ P R bill .r w,11s P. 0 Soo tt mourn t* IUIMIVM MlvtrLlrgt IWt btlh Milk Mmo WMdlnkif ,...

MINIATURI' RACIWA GATEHOUSERESTAURANT I Ipso rutt.fintD lot 011I.. ,.. Disbursing Agent 1 WILIH MAR1A I 01.05 ace I ... CC* .empl lf. ..... "....'- Ultolno .....
0 W. Oil. Avt. OlMn 5151.11 1 ADVERTII DINE IN THE DIPNOrNTt 1 ...,.. I .....'1. 1 new 00411 Iy ..,.,...... ..roo ... I t...... N W. $710 C/
4 OANCI f INQ CorporationAdministrator' pnono... 055 7711. \Willi...... 50 N 511 111110 wIlSI 155111
SCHOONERROOM OltPJCTORYDININGMUSIC Lit / -WAY ind w Ia0"-y15. Now U Male Htlp W...,.. I II- C4LVII. Saar-Mel. IH iob7Corltm ..-. .....', (pir0015' WYl1w LMOsl 105 now .11I' and' 1511
.... $
FR 1111
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DININGITALY CALL won P05Ipi'l 0.1'F' _" .... Mow i----
__ I Drlylno liMlruclloH .In I --xa-'NnNA"UI MAIO .o 1,0/15. PI.Coli 115 .
: 10115/001 TOWill.I MI-47
uoKonlfOlWANTED Car
IN GAINESVILLE LORD BYRON'SDUTCH COCKTAILS Pints MI/.1 ...,. .""Y. 1 em. IS MOUIM /., 5.I. iMillltlll Act Lola M. W. 01rdCI

Dint by MttMlght 'In tnt ...11...... TREATtANDWICHEl 5 5110100 151. ."' ... ntslNr1al I tiondio' IMM dutiH tnd men tortno WANT 11401pew TO KNOW Nerve M HOW 11540,11 to proporlYtomt TNn I_kR, touHt"i4ri "." laf51 tot .
h/l timoiontrt tt luiylMANAROI I gac0r41 ", oIn-.. 11050'lice I. .... compku tlduitrlil ..>
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1101 W. Gil. .... GENERAL GAINES _..... lot in wpioip nowyou coilril hool klHnM PARADI 0' HOM' M00E5. .
Call Soll. Ills In" *
RdTAURANTIPKKIIIM OPEN 51 140005 DAY I STEAK ROOM I I corporillont CM d* nil .lob mm, CPA wiy mi' I inn it Opm iiii IUIIHy 511 _,,. Se YlM
In LaeS,.. Pin. ooimoviiio mo. I would inn M i 4iunOR :
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.no tffitr MlkloM' HlllM Food ROAST IEIF. Pooltirlnf ILL Pill,.. and Cholctlook I LPN I 5OY it 01115.3711511.oo11h; Col. .1 mono t .lok II you Mod port M..... (- .0. I 110' 04001 1. 0 117101115PN
IiH H..hOmo Rd loll 'M CORNED IEEP TURKEY proMrtd to your tufttn Fll Mill I t I Nlwrlbll to till ltro no* M your or.tonitillM ,..". OUnolvllll tr Alocnvlto IAII 04045
5515 ..,...... I Mock
hoorth bolh lit Itoolly'
our tton HolWly Inn.lom PUPM untoet PMOlhor _._
m-un Cloned Mondtyt.NOT PASTRAMI HIM COMICS Mr Tmnor. Prpil 71l lOW .ltR Ponws -
Lowonlxoii .W I1HI 9, PR 0744 for Goinetvill duIlM I nivo trtt C 11 hludMtl 1 Iron i. i. FhlMY KhM4 It MM 110
III. tn lot I Coii Plum, ioi* NI I'm AVIPlMnt M1110I IOU CAN SAV 11005 M
ROAST SEEP SANDWICHES SHELLEY'S I FR 4HX"DRIVEIN Coil WUMOII tnd Ano. NW lln PI. Mony Met MlturMOlrooloi.0. 1 ... I MIN .:..... CM/rid Nell,
Now Orlttni Mylol U nnll COCKTAIL Nuninq Ctnttr h/Ml. Flnonclol. Itolomonri. 111Roportv bootinolvtl, air owiOl 5.311 "50 14110Mn.'esrt Pfd
ALAN III W Unlv Ay. Ion NW lit Av. L GROCERY Morlfnoo CompulolliniInwromt 'IT' luFfinsPOOOlli Honor tnd ........ RMMniWI
111-1.1I. ter de11cery, LOUNGESVirty" 5.115. 11.1..COlt 31.4750 .
MR SANDWICH SHOP ._ MANAGER TRAINEES Ictudulol. P 1 y r oil. pncod.. Cill 'H"t tor pet

'm Ctrtlvn Pint HOME COOKING' FLAVOR Potkwo Vlorl ProornlT* I i WANTEDMoll ond lint Twin PMincIn* .... PMintno tor low t'V 0* .--T-r ;;;;';' SPACIOUS 1.011 If 1001. 50.
I How w55.d M G14lennIllt. II tram ill t* Ml wim poport.Pnoo 11111155 Plan.IclIl 0,00 (5,114. budn NN
CMMon lot Food tlMki THE CYPRESS IOUNOIImtic FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY II to W ny "' ....., lilirwopoillloni ,. _.... 1 bale 015111. .. .
Cemploto dlnnori from 15 yMri tnd CM numor 111builnoM 44>I44 T FloFUPPIII In kllelse. ob/l carton. ... .1. N 11I11 N' Sit
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20 Gainesville' Sun Thursday, NOlllmber 1S, 195.! ,

Wh.. ymr , fw .mral OTHER PART CF? THE (WORLD! i
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Extra M. rtply, wrlti' (. Abler, 11 1365.l 7E .;> t "a.-.' \

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DEAR ABBY: 1 wish you would lay something in your DEAR FLABBERGASTED: Yes.: This: .r ( Nt4Y7t7 IMORLD'f SHYEST P55r.'I-YOU. //
about the "extra man" who thinks that with so many
column (; h47RLD'S N URST ) HLR :: '
Dear Abby, enclosed Is a letter just received from my
widows and divorcees around, he does not need to thank a
hostess for entertaining him. These extra men, who accept sister:

Invitations left and right as though they were doing the host "Dear Margaret:

ess a favor, make me tired. You never hear from them after Last Christmas I beat my brains out, going from store to
they've accepted your hospitality, but they keep turning up store trying to find three ties I thought your George would
at all the parties because, confound it, men are scarce: like because I know how fussy he Is about hit ties. Well

KNOWS SEVERAL It's been almost a year now, and I have never sees George
DEAR KNOWS: If men are scarce, gcntlemca are even wrar one of the lies I bought for him. If It will make your
scarcer. The extra man has no Immunity from the social Christmas shopping any easier, my Paul would be tickled to
graces Just because he's In demand. He should telephone his drill to have those three ties I sent George. Thanks,
hostess the morning after to thank her for having entertained DOTTY"

him. (III he's too busy or too tongue-tied to phone flowers .

will say It for him) And single men who accept Invitations DEAR ABBY: A word to Dick, who' can't get a thank. g* "V NAVY- SHOCK.MY EYE !! THAR'S

should play host occasionally., you letter written to his aunt and uncle for a wonderful YORE WIFE-MATE \ I'M AFEERED I THINK LOWEEZY THe o GAL
DEAR ABBY: I just received the following letter from two-week vacation on their ranch last summer J..r FROM DAYLIGHT TO TOO MUCH OFSNUFFY TICKLED

my niece and would like your opinion of It: "Dick, did it ever occur to you that your aunt and uncle ,--. DARK, --* /"SHOCK TO
"Dear might be too busy to write and Invite you for another such C/) OFFER TO DO
I hate to complain, but the next time you send me I
Christmas gift, please send Ills the box from the store It visit next summer?"

came from Every time I try to take back one of your I have only four nieces and nephews, but If they don't TH'PLOWIN'N

presents I am told It didn't come from there. This Is very write and thank me for a gift, that Is that. I aent a check ) n
embarrassing. I hope you won't mind my telling you this, for my nephew's birthday this summer. I haven't heard from ;:J
but I would rather be frank than take a chance on getting him to date. Christmas shopping will be lighter this year!
embarrassed again this year. Love to Uncle and the kids. ARIZ. i
I Sincerely yours, ::
Have you ever heard anything to equal this? Take comfort In the words of Giorgio, the Italian philosopher

Sincerely yours, "What a girl measures Is not nearly as Important as ITS IMPOSSIBLE! EVEN SAM, YDUR t OTH!>: THANK HEAVEN, HERE

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Thursday Evening "Daniel Boone" Is Pl'' French Resistance leader 8:00: 0 Captain Kangaroo U THETRUTH! TOUGHERTOGET 1'I

1:00: 0 Mike Douglas empted. BerUn, but fall to ree: 1:00: 0 Divorce Court HIM BOOKINGS GOOD
I Is It
1:30: 0 Newacope 1:30 O m Dr: Klldare ognne the value of their 0 Bachelor Father iQ ?e 0 ee
o World Clvlllzitiol "Rome Will Never Leave catch. Because Be r tine m (Color) Romper Room EAR

1:55: m News, Weather, You," conclusion WI'I h must be silenced bet 0 r e 1:70: 0 Jack Benny t \
I Sportl their visit to the Eternal the Nazis realize who he m Jack La Lance o i!

1:00: 0 News, Sports, CltY'Bpproaching an end, Is, hta followers arrange 10:00: 0 Make Room for
Weather both Klldare and alllesple for a young assassin to Daddy
n Sunshine Almanac search fat, answers to 'be arrested and plac a d 0 News
1:15 D News Hlghllghta their respective romantic In his cell. Cast includes m Cameras Please r
':30 0 m News dilemmas. Guest cast Louis Jourdan and Philip 10:31 0 m (lColorl) 1IIII
o News Daniela Blanch) and Ali- pe ForqueL Wbat'a This Song!

o Junior College da Valli. 0 Defenders 0 I Love Lucy O ONtOICANTNOU III rl THAT M5ANb I i iAT lip
Spanish 0 Circus "Comeback" A once f. 10:55: 0 m News YLREAiN / LEAST $HE USES
7:00: 0 Rifleman "High In the Air." Some moue actress making her 11:00: 0 m Concentration Wa'LL 00L. M'NUTEL' "1'w 7 -
Capt. Josiah Perry Is out stunts oC circus aerial comeback Is accused of 0 Andy Grlllltb .1 LATTHe ]
to punish the man w II 0 p. r'0 rmers are d.m- drunken driving and bit 11:30 O m (Color) Jeopardy.killed A p, t PARTY ybelL.
his aon. onstrated In the arts or La and run. Preston, one of 0 MeCoYI
I Norma, Zacchinl" Man' her old fans, defends her. 1:00: 0 Love of LIfe
o Movie Guest cast includes Vlv. O m (Color) Say When! Q
"Take the High around." oz, the Nerveless Noyks,
ca Lindfors and Lon n 15: 0 Newsgeant
the Aerial H u e streta and y
((19'3)) Infantry III" Chapman. 1:300 Search for Tomorrow vI
unable to Into Henri LaMothe
11'00: O News Weather, O m (Color) Truth
combat, takes out his bit. 1:00: 0 Password sporta' or Consequence.Is .
lumens on the recruits he Singer Rosemary Clooney .. .
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m (Color I I New Weath. Guiding Light
liven for t ra I n 1 In g. and comedian Alan King 12:55O m News r siiC 11 Zbv
Richard Wldmark, Karl trot their word skills er, Sports ; ourt ? ,
100: 0
Malden, (Two hours) 0 Drama Festival I1'Z5 O Movie Middar .
'reedom in "Dr J. k y II l and Mr. News -. '"/ j' .. .'
0 Wbat's New-Childrfll September Bingo /-- .I _, / 0 :-1 RUTH ALDEN! HOW NICE 0TD
A trip by boat t h r ough 'by Leo Lehmann. Lech Hyde. ( transforms) u nhim.. 1'15 OT.V. s YOU'Rl SURE VOU FEEL\J '1 METYOU HCRE! I JUST f't
the "Okefenokee Swamp" erenko, I Russian dip.I physician ; ..= LIKE GOING TO WORK HONEY ION'Ttill THINK. KNEW SOMETHINGrLEASANT ; -
130: 0 AI the World Turns "
In southeast lomat I In London wants to a criml nIL 11 '
m Bewitched defect to the West nal. Spencer Tracy; 1 n. Ii Let's Make it\eal NIGHT-lf YOU'RE OVERDOING,/ \' j HTlj1 Io A WALK THIS MORNING!
Shakespearian actor Mau. 1:99: Q m lIa1.el grid Bergman, Lana Tur. 1 WANT YOU TO tr
Color "A Lesson In DI. ner, (Two hours). 1'55:: m News UI.f't: /-A
rice Evans Is seen to- ( ) :00
11:31 II m ((oior) %: 6 m Loretta Young T f( 1\
night as Samantha' lath- p J 0 m a e y. Hazel has Johnny 0 Password
er Maurice. What Ihould 1 I'' 0" b I. controlling her Caroms 2:30 0
be a Joyous family re- temper at I particularly I FRIDAY : p louse m Doctors Party ;.. k 't %

I union becomes an u n. bad lime the B I xters 1\Iorningand Afternoon 3:00: p t Ii) Another World ter 1
earthly nightmare wh e n are entertaining foreign 1:00: D Sunshine Almanac 0 To Tell The Truth M..C
M a u r I Ie. learns that d1llnltarles Guest cast in1:15: O Sunshine Almanac 35 0 Newl 0'J'
diu h t. Sam ant h eludes Homolka :
II r a 0 lIumanllln C-5t 3:30: fl (Color) You Post Say
is married and to a and Douglas Henderson. 8:25: m Using Words m POpf'e's Pale

mortal! 0 Baileys 01 Balkan 1:30 O World Civilization 0 Edge: of Night
7:30 0 m Your All Time Sam will do almost an- m Gospel Music 4:00: t] Match Game -

Favorite. Songs thing to keep Jim away 1:45 0 rlllDr's Study 0 Secret Storm ,,, t49
(Special (Color) Dean from Barbara W ntoon- '
u m (Color) III, Neighbor fD Peter Potamus wla wHi
Martin, linger Eydie Gor. even conspire with t h e:5o 0 Farm and Home 45: O News --

m. and Jazzman AI Hlrt enemy. 7:00 O t tD Today 4:30: 0 leave It to Beaver
are the alums of t h I 11 10:00: O m Suspense Theatre 0 Local News, Weather n Rental Groucbo
musical special (Color) "GrafflU: Gem 7:05 0 Ringer Hal m Movie t. .

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WASHINGTON It U not I "It's a small car that Americans ) "But Monsieur le president,|I|, "You have to gel on your
generally known that President use to play golf In." Chancellor Erhard did it. After knees and write name in rLL as oicaY' wolzzy
I your
ie Gaulle planned to visit Pres- "Have you been drinking" the measurements you and a block of cement It takes the 50Crir ruArMtt

ident Johnson right after t the" "No, Mnnslrur le president. 'Mrs de Gaulle will b. escorted Place of laying a wreath.Momlrur ." '.r. f
elections: but somehow plans, outside to barbecue." i iPD
II Is traditional on the LBJ a I(I le nlalstre. 1 I
vent askew. ranch to ride around In a golf! "what Is a barbecue?" think I must ask you to re : r?
This is what happened. 'arInd\ > "It la ,1".'
our security peoplefeel a Western-type dinner sign. -I,I II
A few days after the election II's safer than If you drove consisting of pork ribs, sausages I q _
I "I .
President de Gaulle's FI reign around with him in his Lincoln beef briskets and churk-: am only"repeating what bIn M
Minister came Into his office Continental"The en legs cooked ever a smoky the cable. >- n

and said, "Monsieur le prfii-! Foreign Mtn I s ter' con lire and smeared with a very "But when do I get to talk
'dent, I have just recmnl tinued. "The first thing will be hot sauce It Is served with hot I to the President?" de Gaulle S '

word from our ambassador concerning a tour of the ranch. The American ) chill beans and sour dough bis1cuits. I said "'r MV HAMtV JONM AMP Hit \ LD 'c ecw reef HE ms.ecc, NO MIK-S-W SIT t-p M sar'1"NOve!NAT W WHAT WHAT KM woucv KM WANT tolpiucnv\ TV ta J *
your slate visit to the President will In all For dessert there Is 'Right after the sheepdog :M Kerns hA Af li 5M-vi, TKL 1CU Sasy THe t'05PrAl N Acv TO
probability tried I '., tie Au AaceT Alt! WELL't N .JtitsiA J i X1.cuLe WITH Tm IMO I'L3 Aas..t THE FLiLKaf
United States. 1 have the" tentative start chasing his cattle apple pie, served with six actou will witness trained i- +ErnM' s.C*et M t5i.d zv e'xc Ma A -, TO EH'sE R
schedule: with me. in the golf carl" er coffee." I I dogs rounding up sheep on the I;
"Good. What time do I get "11m not only not ranch. It's quite moving. Then r
De Gaulle said, "I am not i iI II':-
to Washington" I foma," am getting out of IOlfti'1)you will. have your talk. After.

"You're not going to washing "Please, Messiest to president I I "Mo..lnr le pmidrtl\ our:|the talk there will be a ,.
ton. You're going to the LBJ' listen to the real of the i ambassador says it Is important|press I conference heM on a bale,i iiof .

ranch In Texas. schedule. After the tour you will I thai you and the President sit' hay and protocol hopes you'will ,'.'
"Alors?" I go to the main house to rest down and talk." '. wear tour Texas" ) hat when \ 501ci14't
We will Jly directly from'and meet the Prsidfnt'llnl.I -"''"ben do we do that"* 'I you appear for *. r

Paris to Texas, where you and lives. Then you will be measured "Probably after yea write!, "Is that all?" de GauDe sawth!i

Mrs de Gaulle win be met by I for a 10-gallon hat and'your ninvt in a cement "There Is ene more pars.
President Johnson and Mrk uwb b c v boots.1 'block in front of the ranch gnph. The ambassador wants.I'
Johnson In a golf cart" i ifWhat t I 'I hate the bomb. I do not house." u> know that art your feelinp

is a golf cart?" |.ate b I what ls that'' ,I([:about gt|ig on I bone"

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ft." ctrtl tor tnrf 134. Woos' _... of calv moon? : I PARRISHPRESENTS
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VA.'lTf 570155E LS -r- PIoN ed 5045 I t SsO-o 00.0w
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Gift forChristmas ... .. I SSINO" 5005.550..005 401 Ior 50015 awtloSs
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SYly4N1a0571415 TECH' TV COU'INI _._ r NW I3ih Sf ww0SM- _. I ........ _..
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AV TriMl 5911111.500.P50.7115 .': -IIIOP. PBV Mm ........a ......-......__ rent or purchase a EDWARDS,

mobile home. INC.
new .
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11 $ Cloan out tho Closets & Utility Room Now-Pick up infra coih Person to person adi .,. for nor commercial users tilling mirchanditt. priced I

10 1 () LAYS 4 LINES 3 at bring(100 quicker or ten action.with the tilling price stated in the ... No additional costs for ads that roql vlre the full 10 days N. rotund for ads that

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

IS Hou.., tar 5.1.INVESTMffir. 15 H...... fa. S.I. IS Houieo lor S.UTRADITIONAL 15 H.u... for S.I. IS Heuw. for Soil IS H...... fw S.I.

i IE"AINUI losIHo .nd 041 3Ii VI37Idw .nn 51. 4 .M llo.71j177 OUTSIDE. ,,1ty 11,115., 3 50 LL'. BLACK
$250 Down CCI II.,,.. UOO .... lor1100I Will 1,4,5.. 1311 down and 171 $ ecreenod In porch, polle ..,. ACRES AP'I.D.HIT.JAT
_",. III po' _'h. 'ncl. -* .. will Ifl p.? 4 pit 1no: NW SItS ..., New Cleen 9 bodreeml I beth homo. .
Corner .lei $46.50 Mo. ,..... I... _, ..... ........ ,It 1-0151. berry ... ot nevllKif. Nunwy.Com. OlIN 7,4dw.O4 ,5400", 0151 dooR II tlll; II I'f 4 "Ot.U"tT"RVEvr..RI.
4 Irm I balMPotenllel .. .. toIl H"*. Incl cMIng' celt and
t drapeii'''' near ItophMi Fetter achooIn : NW 11W II O" '''
buiinnl 1131 men. met loon 4 Imurenco.Ridgwiy .
NW N<11_ik floor. moll BEST BUY
11)4.IJflGlodyo N. W. Ith llreotJ71 tot, concrolo Mock conductionSM I Ul monthly poymenll Whet 194,000 II will LOOK blIp II 4' 5 3711041. CwioirvctiM' 37114 ar ACROSS GIl.ArU51t to", SOL. t. 'II t tli

,. 01 m. NW SaIls Place I ph. I ...". 4 bedroomOn ) brmt | .both beth heme with "",. cent heel 1.lntcrtal. S3. Ddnot .111 ... L. 0 T
4-1471 Werner
Smith Realtor W. WoMmon.Realtor 'large lot. 'InOeilribie .*. dining, mmtw. 4 A<, boeulllully ponelod' I Ir HUGO loll, .-. I 50. I bo"'. Athwlrt
IJ7I W. UnhwrillyAveHUH III! N, main II. Unity' area porefitiIt wllh tlroplecc 4 built ill bootohelueii 7.07.54 bs4 yord. 7w 10$. .... 3t144lon'u c It A T I. R S R I [I I.
equipped withotove. hoot, petie i lIr lIpId. ,... ....... cr
sCHOOL I II I Cl ONLY.I ly MIH mmr from,. t downtown IK," I .both andUtilv Convenient For" cemfarloblo town end living' :Mil* I NW III. lot Ills llroet, end. 'leryo ewtryilerge berihlp" drepery rods,,.builtkl. t : = S'I 'lnrm'd" llOLV13Sqoander S 0 0 1'1 I. D

homo no down ,..monl II10 my .. on I A. tot ...,It. fc ...... Coil 071. C.rollnt NOTH Coil 111..1f. bro 4 eto..,.. ej flOulilondlng china ceWnet. miny o" PJ Wr 3T.Iamo'y: A M A. .. It e.I IU.
,londxeplngi X me. '" 4-47 7, DM: Nl lint
owner. till P004171. e1ol $71.1 II...... 0103,117 _.. J71S3f3Glodyl
MARY MOELLER REALTOR I'SIIO' ... I',, p.. coot "4.I'oot. Smith. Reoltor Gladys Smith. Rooltor 101 10' ..., Ith..II.'OIlDYCI More cc' '0. DolA17 A 11 t. s r. 0.. 5 P5 U Shoot
lOll W. Unlv Aol. PR 4-4I7I. .. eon tw jrd it (on WIII. lUll W. Unlvorllty, Ave. mt w Unlverelty, Ave I 454,014110. INCo SPACIOUS sHosodyl
ORAMA 19NA1bl57d
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OCAlA Nock, I II. t both lr.. IUialll.nd HMW.UY CALL M II you ... looking' fore AT LAST m w. U.I. IT"" You aught te tea mil large 4 II. ;: .; 42Suokr. U '" 0 T t D. t A I' P4llro.oo'i
_bo.m celling' panWed' t''> now home thot ,li dlHorenl' t bom homo III Florldo Pirneeutltul '
big li family room wllh' flr.IKO NOW AND WORK OUT THI With lorgo bedrooml, t booTh, (IV DIMANO DUPLEX landKOped tot 147X111Lovely : ; 0 to S t S. T AIT S
.' I Irg, fenced, bock yird DOWN 'A.NlINT wood lloori, built' kitchen, cyproll "''gh_. Over tKIq. u.1w.y
bull.In iltchm, in-noo or 4M1401 Now 110m.. ... 11sIolIp O00d.d 170. penning, ihullorl, fomllyrm Hujr. lciw...., '10.. fiat return.. Ft living. am. Priced to Ml qu.... off. SOLUTION 0' YlnlRDA Y'S PUZZLI
now under _.'"", Ion. Three end unlv, ,. t03M. .. 5,71111.. 0.1..11I. ..k c... )n-ta< for Appl." 21Tenipt .,. Motor
.! _______ and four bedroom, ono orvl. two WITH lioot DOWN will buy thlo
LOSS THAN PINT I bedraamir beiM, exuding brick' front" 0.. O All brick fronti t bedroom mewiry ..",.. FURNISHEDimall 2 1. hllllUtr1 Trrmlaolecl 2.W.tmd S. AlttrDad"

"'odo' 7,0010. 0011,101.1,1" 704411'. "$007011, 1ft WIlIwlod I.'..... LASSITERREALTY e Reel pjleiler wolllTorritn with monthly' Income ol 1171. A 450.1$ p171110000 wIll ..... 23. CrarcfuL 51. Hankt .llk T.Par ro.tIrtl
be,_. Low dow D4$15lll 0.qlolhItI.d WOW U Khwk. All' city Mrvkoe.loo floorio CALL Ul FOR DITAILI. 7000 lOts 11115 AlIt I II. I 44011Cs 52. F..uv.
bu.. W. hive irv..., ol N W. Win Drlvo' end. N.W13th I ) Formica coblntti homo 'In 0000a07001 NI 1005. S.Ttosdng a. Drprs04ly
to eh.... .,_m. C.II ALACHUA Piece. COIl 171-tKI dolly or 0> loddM. ,own. 1700 DOWN tovily, I bwlrwryiV* 0150.I Cbc700111017 ISrnIdood.. 25. 53: JrI.h Iok 4. 9.R"OYerJ
home eDUm'
RIALTV ASSOCIATII I70-M40 ,'l11l.. both Mill level 11740017W'! .100. ;
3711111 If
_. a Air conditioning' laclloB-ONLY Iced at only .
514,331, 511,571I tooted in lOll NW LOW COST 2'D 1. MadIson pin
JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS .... 4 Sod.' 0014115, 111.ISO. Doioo.olep. 14.Compon
IPKloul I I* I .both homo f... If you Mod monthly payment' 28.Tim. Aveoutmas I. CaellC
turot loroo twlmmln. pool,, ox* SlAT I bedroom houM 005 large under 150 then "let in ahew youthli
COMPARE"THESE I'. ,lorgo $living, room modernkllclun $100 CASH VA well ,.""oc_ tot Ml 1V. ml'eifrom nke I RR. I bolh ...... 'InNW. - j6Aoaochl0Isa
tconomlcol RfA oloc.trie P10,0 omnetvlllo.' OWNIR WILL Only KM down FHA. L J I : : 19.WbISSVOS00
pewor L.... room ... bo FINANCII I
bId .. iludy rocrootlon room.MotnorlnLow .$750 CASH FHA. '/ ..
HOME VALUES wing L.,. lot. SlIm. ,'" II modol l'w'o HOMI ON LAKI i UNIVERSITYREALTY 3pgl*
home m
ovory bam,
Call Ul for ....... to ... thIs do. 0O7 ,.. .."',. conwnperary, .
lake hilt MlilM CIty *-
BEFORE YOU BUYSAV" llr.blo l0IAIOAIMI".. ,roll'''. LOSs THAN w.I.....1'n WostmoI.nd ISO bulldlno .4$ be..IIM i iI. DUCID TO 131000. 1$ I. II '6 : ith=

LARSI | 4 bedroom "rorne Inoncellent IT 7 iF iT z. 2R.WIIIII
olory 1111 N. MoM It Ph 171-43JI' .
MO down, ITI so rmonm
met. io>oi t ini. I Nod. HUGH Nl lecllen. OWNIR, W. M. NO...... RtoltorAw .- 30.Aliooho: *
room, I bolh M good neighbor.hood MUtT IILLI NAIl Ul Arl OP.P151 I. I. McLmghlM" Frank II 1& 7) I. rf lJ 3t.bmmctss
McCerm, T. C. Doug-
room ook lorgo itrlg living" lloori room. big dining convfortoMi EDWARDS, :'r5.507 2 32.Ocrss:

,...... 3' 17 II If 30.ThstgIrt
BUY YOUR NEW HOME oc porch, 1.1. tot.y INC. John Merrill
.,pI. ...1,. FORDYCEFEATURES Jf 30.Geme ilk.
SPLIT UVIL 5l 1. 110101 '0001. 376-797)) Realtor faro
1401117 "'.1It.1. lIdtoft, 3 -
AND SAVE YOUR 714111 IlotInIP1110 7 i7 11 4 39.Compcl
b.d,0.0. I 44011 on ftllilldO lot.CI$4o,1001 M.ttI,1t n I"
MCKINNEYGREEN P1 I.'''' 41.Sc.odI-

HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ",.. 474,01 CALL wIth 1000lboolI Morcollo A..oc'..,...'.... 4; dl 7 4. f.J .'l n&PISDU5I45.Pokrrlcros


II1Inul1ll1lll1ll1lllnml1l1t1l1l1mUIWIII ONLY 378-1521 DEATON All Day Solurdoy MIO.llkon' Iltoll101 0171 oil a If 4 6 .T as 4lLLaooprq

The following' ". rudy tortUt 177 I. Univ. AVI 0107 ..0,07 57 '115 WIs I br 1 bo.ft :,
Largo. cemfertobl. twme for ItIALTO.1 .FRED horn wllh ever 110. ... ft luillhi .
0,1014017. largo d I*, dbothi 00707010 Lo..I1". 10117.1Ow. wen 4 rone leeutlful U7Xuo I' lJ't..m.. ,.
4 v. b living:: raom fomllykitchen I. 11111 M.l. A''tIt N E. AREA ARNOLD lot Only 170,101I. Come MOthll 4 !50. CIty 110.
SW ISth W., room. "" '" 41710$ 70011. 1..11.. As5.ol00. Three I. n, I both MAIONRY. home 1-1 P M. tundey, Nov 6& 51 1'1.1 .
I Country Club 101.'"I dI..".. 017100.4 "reiII.. 100 .. I. I. 5.. HOMI Furnlihtd, 111' ,IW-. REALTOR H .0 :toll N.W. :M It .. :
4 .., I',, bottii, '... Fie. t* bothi, down completely Good financing Coll FR 13417: -
70. ..4 .4771710,00" 00757'. air, conditioned ell I Low For Hmo 22 ....In.N 5.0' I
lolomso, Is,... ...., 44. built, .,HI eppllencoe-wonderfulbullniil UP.TOWN 1471 DOWN Mooffily" "ymonI5 11111 WIt 3 bod-
ury ,..Iv.... Very oncluilvewctlon .._iud7y, tor 0101' roorlnI MODELS ThK 133 by lot ft. properly 7ONF.OIUSINIJI D,'". by 1041 N.. t2N 4o.nul room Kerne M NW lulllMM 'H
View 01'5.070'117 of thll iltrectlvo -
li for "tmnwdloto, solo 4 A C uMI toll Mllorego
17000 44IIPMII' lor
1110111 $
Hood .
P orolIpir II.. ... call FR I 1 bedroom reildonce Comeicompleto 1' Down tlonlbleColl .
!per month (will dlKuuother .
property Let apprnlmolily > 1417. with '..... refrlgtre.tor 17M13:
I tlnenclol I trr..... V* > Wehonocenveriitlen Now ..'*. dI"'W''''?. dlf F.rdyce -

menu IHJO noceiiery tlril. H Open P. 1 K, YONGE AREA po..1 FHA l outlined end .1, .buyer conditioning con purcheio unit- XTP.AIJtlere tt Out .f Tows p..,.,., 4 FnnifaP.e/ ) Apt*. i 41 HauoM In lIlt Untur.on .
Maianry II. R. I "bath "horn. I.. : Include nfrlg. renge. I
N.W. 2lth A... cellent condition Rvaianablldown wllh 14) per cent Inleroitpreod ; *liner, 71 V. onMnne, ncollentlondicopbtg OOUOE. ..
Northwest wllh 700015. 010015117, pov'.ontI PRAMS I 7000'a 00074 Tso FURN APr--: Th' 44700105. $105 balh.. 510.0.
4 55 I'* payment end tormi IMol end Urge como let ... .. ...... .
"tethi lloo. dn over :30 Forlecf on I 00700 tonc: I. .. HO MO Call FR a-MII ,.. ., Ichoel ",','e'. evoll-
5l4l per mo. .. 17000... and NorwoodHope 703 w. oth n. ihawn by condition 'Inildo end.yoeri witiltfo.TWOITOP.V to, loll I., I 4.05 homo 'HWoodlood able' NIl Old Town, .. Call alter 4PM. Oslo 10*. 013100 mwithMmonthOwner .
Tor..... C." 'ordyCO
5735 epoolntmentACCENT CrosS C17n, 011017. will _"do, ...... C. I 11Mr. I
Estates IAP.OAINloceled 11.,136.FORDYCE. 'IICIINC SIll.. 54111 oIl .. Melhleun. FR 7.5104.
ON VALUE 40 'roporflooBUSINESS utllllin .4001104 soc.... ....
1300 N.W. 2l>h PI. H It hai nil location-'fight' by Lime- center noor thll unlvorilly' I bedroom home Ill 30 w.. 10 541 anitor Two bedroom houw unfumlihed, .

I 11,2 botht, .... wood Ichoal I'. R, I bithi Fie. ..... LOT"University _", .lIon. alto. I PM. lee Frenk Dkkerien or Jot Gotkin. -
110I .l1r Cuitem hilt| lo neol end clean con.llrucllon 4 ASOOCIATII. INC.O7aoo Orange L... Flo. ,..... MelnleD .
I Par 7000711' f* room kllchen combination' Full price t7M with Po,7000. ."110'ItIAL I 51000000 dIop41a. I.. 00 '04SI >. Ml.JIM.
.... ZONED ".1. 135 flIt 0171170" II
? itrlctod1 trel hfet Only HOMO -
,.._..... nd
down poymtnt SIll 57 III P110111PS
H lOOMS CONIULTANTIOle. .,. P07 1171.
"H" Inc. Cl. be 'HA llloood" YoosAcold N W. l:11h: It. 'lOS 'II t I IXTRA CLIAN I bedroom homem
"5 N.W. l tkS 1..11" bolot 705 buJ 154,H per. mO0$11.Why' ranlt 54101 P70000 H"Oft"roft ..."ft. .&..... In 1100 40101 14070. Carol ....,... PVofer perme.
I M Ibothi I..utllll'' w.sdnd. 10" Cell FP. H4I7. 3414 N w. Hh AVfCmlrol Oo.old50 Hervey tenten ZONID 540. A.... I sorb. I. Ills NEAl CAMPUS I IR duple. ...:;; loll ......' 00 117,11, 57041075.
14701104. UMdn III; Wt Trod Homes .... end elr conditioningWell O. C. Am Oudlty GooMon 44.005 .. N.W. "h A... Prlc.d ment. IS me. ....,... cwrplel .5L0' por mo. 371'rmRIALTOft,
All City! convenloncea ASSOCIATES'ot 175 W. Uol0. 3711735 low to loll $45.4. 'or loll pa,. .
to well corpellng M livingroe "P.II. r. 4 br 110011100 $07 ....1. 0110077.POIDYCI
or Property H 3 0 .I'J"O 541107071 and ....,....... Two Con llwlO,5 sail .....,. 4 A550"ATII. ''NC.
4110t4.W.19.hDr. N. ..HiiiminNNortmmt W. .. .4. 0,111411,5, garego TIll "orlilocret" ..1homio I M NEWLY. DICONATID A"" Col.
I II., 1 5.111 1:111: 40,. 54000 ALL OUt 507.05 "11 MollIpli 1117170 handiomily Ituoled .. a Realty .logs 10411040 104 _pi.. wll'. m. W Unlv 3741134I :
00' $0& OliN P00 YOu TO .N. Irietoe H cwven.lenHy hill 1511.11"S (yei I bedrooml I HOLIDAY' JOY Illl N. Main, It ,ft. 171-4351 OU' chi""" .. .......*. CoIl ISmo '-IR. I SaW like now N. ICkn .

JOY YOU |MIN WILL JUIT ANYTIMI .P ....... o* the loot New Brick Hornet ,belhi,_oat. Children end W..con_walk. Lit In WI control I ..*, I IP. I ...'", W. M. MunrM ...,.,'. berry 11.,201 or .1I-1VI. end. IMC'leu. Illl o.N .

._ ; CALL. SOd. .. N W lOW. .,.... 124 000 with "' ''''. I on Miutltul, wooded lot 'In MomMeiwr AFT. FOR ISO W. 1 '.. I bolh turn., UN.
HO II MIl STIll two ...... SoulS M N.W. SaW I. ooiy Good flnenclng "knmodllie GOOD BUY for t condition.ed : I MARY MOELLER. REALTOR

I I5d33Ol.rPSd.7lI7 A._, SOUTH IDLfWILOTromondoui cupency low down payment. 130' I IW 05504 It., Woo.dIrtod control ulllltloa fur.niihed lOll W Unlv" Ave. FR e-4471'
H.g, 4 1 both ll' S 0411r.a.,170 F>hana ,. M4.. ar FR
dy btdroem 111l71110.os' 44715.EFFICIENCY r-III.: t bath maionry home klleaule. '1.
01 FenelledFlorida haul. good 1tIY.
home tor torgo fomlly -
Member .( H.,,. Solids WALTER STUBBSInc. 114 badroema, built.'III room lull' Ill klchen, 'LO.IOA PAll, ment tor bullneea property lIT APTS. cent. .. hoot, l'" ml. from
Center illS
equipment can "heat, VA no I "buloe, ullllly room ocreenodporch. I ... I bo'lIo 00ale: 11004 H.W.lt1ft Unlv Ave If "IntereiteeV CallNorwood ua MO. Med per me.Unltte

AaaMlaNM, of Calnetvlll. down peyirant FHA trim I7M i Altrectlvo" Hone Iron!, A... Hone._17e.. 3tl.'- Mkenopy 1 o.oh.oso. 41443413 355 I" ,,,.. 1 lOll. C.....,.
N$ own-n cloalng caitt Now elementery' Mhoel I clott byPrlc. .
NtAP. MITCALPI I ROOMI AND OATH PCI ..: 111 plo 151,5.
133.MOARNOLD. 42 horns t> ActeegoOWNIR
C.pltoI' 5411d0l, his. ... I bolh C,, central' ..... T'IID' COUILI. 130 I.. _.
Phone 376-5394 NW OlIN 1,4.017 4 411, i.... O"'OOTUNITY Call like new Very low down pay!. ll-A an Highway III 17140' .11I11... CoIl ....,... ) Form,,Agency, 3D 111'
Ipso MaUll DAILY' sIolN.s h... _....1. A...,. ....,Ig...' no ....IIIy''. mlM' lait, Oood tormi, email. THIS II N'C.Ottt *
"W trod houitl"McCOY'S Cdl 1111M1: If 11..11t1. .own payment Phono FR 207.'TRES 50471511. $10177111105 "' ..,.... 4, Rawmi o. Rout
Everything is IOUT"WISTN 04. A..".... Nov. ISth. Caa
,. U fI 'to 004 150.4 C50t0 010700. $ 40001100. 144.0007 100 QUIlT ...... w'lII 0407,
PIALTY COMPANYMultlnto .?. I ... I H'.. CI PLMm Located NW of 0......."... Plant old rotIll. PIdalI 107770,
I t> 4 ......'" M.d.ll III Lhlln. Member .. kitchen CoIl homi in teHO ed pine* .n 13. acre hi ooll AVAILAILI Dec Hit, t bodapertmento bom Working men tr lludenl
NEW andTROUBJ.E.FREE 1111 W. UnIt Avenue It.UttAitoclotM fheie unuiuel end fine bank with ....... peymenla at .1001 50.1..01' _$01c4 Phone FR alfllOUIIT ,
JHADOWIAWNKTATIS J_ Cotohvell .... lit near Unlv. 4 ModCenter. .
I ecrea
1174 for mere "'
lob KMmanP 'INVflTOPJIInveillgeto Adultt only. n. ,.... dowmteln' earner rm. Oai,
Jim' ehtopord, homeiltePrked
Oroena mew P ..... M I 441 In weedl. Pretty L.... _".... 110 P5. $10 CIII ....1. llnona fur*. Uie of phen.rafrlg .,
F. 0 OLIVER W H_ Jimmy' .
el enty 1141 par < r
\ Welter Jlooa.rd with 400 tt tronteeoi lite..... 00. 31104155,3701430 WMly mold. ..... 171-
MACOMA O'FI.INOIndlvleuel ..bI_, reduced price Far awtalli coll 61".
ttyUi For You I Realty TWO room gerego .".rt.. private
University entrance, hot 4 cold. OIlS turn 'UIIIIIIH.D 1t00' 370 ...
in brand home. HOMES INC. a Will punned living, or.g ... IUIINIM OFPOP1TUNITYWe line Illl N. Main' 1$. Fh 1714311 Qulol nelghnorhood. au".... forI 17.1 0501701. .It .W 'If A..
a new > Otiollly molorlel' werkmenMilp NEW or. .lIor''ISO very oMcellont buo w. N. Munrao. Realtor Parian. Call FR o404l ar lee Cell )7Hjn. Mole atudentl only
Ihowlng e very
would be MODELSNow Hall with eper Ml ft ,,,",_ enHwy s7. NOlI lOW A... LAbS IINOLI ROOM far workIng
THI 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly d> community'M you conilillnt, of .....'.. ,lend 4equipment. HOME & GROVE men. Weekly" ...... atrvlceiuw

Move Now Before Drive proud' 4,1101 W... on NW J thAve. "Hvmg euorhre 35 Krea Cllrw I Fruit 47 H..." fw ReM Fno*. I IIDUWILII. of nfrlgerotor, .,. Nl tnd.
Mlertectiin Open with room for ......Ito, Thlill Completely. equipped, m.WO. _Ave 31.110 or 37MMI.
eolonlel nililde put the Girl Iprlng Doily 10VIII. -. en ntobllihed ....,_ ehewIng AIM M pretty ecrel. 17000 ....'rol hili. '."
tun" 41.... 0 li tilled with con.venlencoi in iign on lIlt good profit. Owner retiring 230401150010 113015' 0070. double ,"10'. 'lob wooded lot CLEAN. QUIET ROOM
I..... Creed ... .._ '"
the HolidaysALL for grecloui. contemporory FP. Terma en eboveAngle :Jlil' IW Ifth ll Open let a For .1. .r uooor cl
living Nolle, the' well 457, I 50701. 44 1 lootS 0.1110 ... Call 5,45.I ",,"""' CVs.lo 37' 18"
.llSllSd work .... wllhleundry 01.044 054 10010147577 (0700 10010717 4 44074 ...1I.bltfo Reel lile,.. _
kllchon, Kid pentrytorogo AMERICAN 5770440 5401 0014 41150. Apia 4 ...._.. Lend. ll enPoyn. C. L. Anew, Iroker I r... ....".. dining room lire 51 MI... ......1.
CITY SERVICES hendy te "'. eorvke enbelhi > EARLY I aedrooma I belln.Pemlly ,,,1,.. CoIl for apptto 0, i. A..'.. AlMCIole piece Newly' redecoreted do'
1,01.. 711.,01,. 017011 bId' FIREPLACE HOMEAll roaml.Ail Ill thll" opportunity, rorily *.. 4404 II W. I3I1tS7. Phone 3704077In irawo Nl locotlOT. Adulla anly" bAILER SPACE

750005 wi'" 101,0001170., ...., brick nlerlor ,...... aity i 151.15015 ltd 117W ..,.... 445 It.... _.... 045 A..'.'. 5110. 3715051.PUILY POR lINT
'ocllilin 01145 05 lUll ",.. buys Mroploco oonoled, .... $070 I 1000 55705. 000 ._, PUI14ISIIID 0 II h.... tM MONTH
FERN WOOD MANOR end ...".. droning mlly nofn built-in kitchen ...."..", landKopod.Towehen. MARY Alochue Co. Only" lletocreRIALTOH 417 -ty 171714 III MW.N. TV Now_" Trailer Park
a,.. In me ineitor ml).. II wllh trotkloM bar 5.0510011' 5010 dbllIOO tor 'O.OYCI 4 A5SOCIAnlo 'NC. 1.00154477107. L.... ,..,1_ Nownorry, Ftp.
hu fermel $living, room with levlihly londKOpod control '"_,"'' ..... : _1777p71 m. PS 4.4404
weerote dining room hAl afemlly tuetlng 4 .Ir randlllwlngoalo i I, N.rIII.. II .. lOIN 51000 toN' MOELLER nt W. Unlv ar.IN 51-A W.ntae Tg Ron.
12,250 UP ...... with a tlreploc' '..d'H'" Choice' 3SlN *05005 Toll 75. light 41 N.o" for lent Unlut.
end beeulltul cherry $..,.,.... N W. .'... fxceiienf tormi.voiiobto ".h'. I 13.mllM AdO N. farm.. Lone on hlwoy CI,,. Good tell WANTED I bedroom Iu,.''''
The 'L" ihOM of the HOUM Vt>ren REALTY 4 acre I.... 7. acroe In _.. n.. I ..,.. OI.h... Iiii4-E. opartmenl tt houie far a lla
$400 DOWN FHA wllh III ."It....) two car ge.rog. n 50701 '40 II"bo'. ..,.... 'H Unrv Ave Phono Ve-ITOt aIls month period. of time otortln.January .
NOTHING DOWN VA end reer pen will III"* W. $ .. Ave F* e4471AiMClem _.. 57001. P1405 illS II. S PM. I. IMI. Legation. 'to >
",toko delightful ploc. toII. tVTNa 'AIIDIC1':.JII't 00,0,7507 Mlll51l L1d170' It'.. Tonent heuw, II pecanaique I ... I bom. CC home family, mat nolefibarhead. Writ. Ir
$100 Cluing Cod ... .,_ 1 $1000111.0.' MOO p107417 raom neer Llltlewoed Khoal. Ills 101101. 001,7011114 0110
000'' NIIt 1711I P0. f W. Mealier Fooler Hotter oeltlng in mil $1111. per me. Phone FR e-304 ar Maat
t- Chorll. Move theren ttrent bread view avertoollna' lane. 304 NW lath Tor. 5) OHic.-Oeik Space
$71-15 H.'... I.,.... Ill,on. down, write Dan oe<. ;
/J Th. Charming Ti'ii Owner lex 143. Whit. Iprlngt, THRU bodraem, on. 5.711.005 RESHLV ,.01.aododl" MMlor .
171-7070 w : I 100 3301 NW 10th It. 575A0VtAYiiflNTIoE' ,
TOO MUCH TOGS750INI5O, Flo. cell Ton Oevfa 7510)77, rent Uaitllri wlm' I olii '
RANCHO GRANDI _. Or liny bedraoma. na it.. .If L... COY iJl..llTefter t"'P M"/!'!'. *"*"* 0.0715 aod OlIO ......... ...",
WALK TO SCHOOLS I bodmmi I kalha, otudy ThIs 1.0 007 510570 010 1110
I' pace .pen clcnehr 557 II ACIII AIIIt'''' H_.. '
family room living room, din. G.iHOvlll.1 old melt ft__. 05 .0071.0" Or..oI .11. 55 07411 Wool 04 07017, 11011" ...... 141144. 0111 00110010.
Ing room oak parquet -. I I 1755.0 building 01LAKESHORE _... .acellenlly' built end ",. .. ... .. paved reed. Dry PIwoodl .IIVICI O'IITO.V' I.*,. "._ 'I I 5.".
4 IR Irick Front Colonial. Now fuiiihing. d'.ml lilt,...... 5307 0105 usorisosops' $47704' 10 $101011 tor 0 '_11". 01 10. an aero will III"' .. -
I 001. Four booI,_. ir X I41 *115 CoN 0<1 ..._ PALPIFOUIV.
Price $15.815 $625 Down 43N N'II17111'.. II '45 01007411.4 ._.. I 0,0110 ...,*. II W. $ ,.
lied both powder room. LbliH A... 1'Ut.
IUIID"Let room ir X If wllh Hreploce.wearat. I COLORED
PLANNINO TO ''to.,... TOWERS ,...$. raom 14 X IV.largo 0.11. At" Iroc" 141.1044. Willi
all eieclrW litchenIntrgre wi"I 001100 L.... 147.0 for SolId',
DIRECTIONS Drive Wilt on 16th Av.. Turn ui 0''.. you on .ill- I 4141000707, *.-. ...... 5,404 lot 4 000 1501117 151111II 'I

Lift on JStN St. or 39th T.rrac matt on contracting your NOW LEASING boo 404! ecreened....... 0070 perch CObfntl"Fleered At...5441. IbId .... Woot ..0Oolll

raw cuitom horn. aId 01107,4. .1I1e. Nt P1.0.. $40 001700 lot Cs I. 044111 0711..
COI OvoId Or V. O McCoy 75000 Sot 4 17040 55147570 1405. 000400 541401 040111 0.0.. RENTALS
Butler BrothersBUILDERS Doy..FR6.7290 W'.H.W 55 .50,01 0,0 1010. 110 NA, 5404. !
Cold OH-Hred. hot water 1,010 .
even 11050 0001011111. 51 :IslOy'SAo.r.
NIb, FR 6-501J central heeling. Let IVX lOP "'......
6.6502oto.oL..t.dso w'lII 01411 OIl p7.05 7.0.04 lot Is. I ..... I, Nod. Cwds. BRAND NEW DUPLEXES
the baejy In a pnaiant walk .. .54. ISo 5.71144 ""' .. ...
DAILY J72.t54S NIGHT |7.-'0 .l ) echool .......- Ovr lemllytl MARY MOELLER. REALrORIt.
N. MOM Itreet end 3314 1001.What's aw SIlO loved .. in He CM .,
w $3010. 400 PS s.400t
for eeeWnlment t 0 011. 411 Nl7m

it. PR 4-K'l_ _ 4. C&.i.1
.I LlI-II-0015 111500 05 Pcoo$7

Alonieaee .. MMOejuick 1005 tor .OTO
..... Dan Co. Phon. I?.. I _
4415140 III
More ThanA IssoNeIS
Appropriate ....
1101 II OIl r'qM $101 Cod
iou IM.I ,leree ou.H. t Mocki. UN'.
from U of F M IW _,.... Corpom. -luCas 'o. ..i S
Home of Your Own for Christmas? Kllllty reemi end pe 5 5 3 s.o.1' 1.14 15. 4
;'m* bv 0PM. Cell F* I1HIT Ills A... ....... 4.00 p4711,1 I
.. 5 ..
5005171 $07111100 III 11 ... ,
45. 5100. 57. 7557 15
tmni.dist.Occupancy" $13,400 to $18,200 I .'JXURY FEATURES INCLUDti Reel I...** 1.-4 0 1100 --, P75.IN

e 3wo7575ll ron e Recre.lie 15115I 'llTACIIS 47011.7041.00, 0-41.

of J.Y.rejl I O Acre, tt P1.115 Go.osds Coslowl HO.ILeundiy WON ."'_ _'.. AIOII' IN0oo
Poymtnti from $79.34 I O Cenlr.l Air CMO) I F aoIiIl51 CI. 4.05.
Chute WILL tXCHANGt FOR 57.. Low $,....... 5.1040
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ovo loMo. uiod rofrtgoroton I., vim' tKtorr luorontoo. or* 514! II OK IIWANTED
.76115.3470. .ov. olio "..... "...... 4 woon.n 17M.. Wv.,",... 0... 5'. | IMPALA CONV, W ongltto; _ownor nono J>Mm. _
REPAIR' WORK ON ALL SINGERSLANT..MATIC 01615 .1Ck w pw' lltt iKItt, dull .... Itl CM MICHANIC;;
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..... 1111 .... HEW8EIIR" USED FURNITURE lot W Unly lvo 324131 ) d DR HARDTOP MM Ptrt trono Many now ,..... Con oo Clwn used con Call
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I till'" <. Mon tnr Trwn P71. wit, out .11'.. Mokoo H* lory _""'?. WW flnonco, con I IHI 3114. 63 CADILLAC
54 IvtiiMU Him | nwtliondlw. On Hwy .l III Now.oorry % .... Pay ..... 11 5171 Of RAMBLER.. AmorKm W;;;;;. lion t cv londoid Wilt condl loo FORTHECORRtCfTIME wd-in ,- c nj' '0. h gvju DfnvJ' Mint
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FR 0.7331, PRICES SINGER I .. 1100 06.71000070. hMtor, 4.4007 S1,1vnt. '.IUMP" TR.. "51. "" ....... 01 $3,895.
017301 C"'I' 0 H. .... : : Cout1e"Y,
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BLAND NIW /' vndnll *vrybody.HENDRIX I, t13.000 com pue. C. 1'05 000 Oslo,hcry ... M l011
plonty ot ,,'kl. AUTO ZIG ZAG Cloy CIV 'IUUT, _I PM. lOW "III 06,5, UnUonlry Ch."let i
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NWHIt .... 01 Win W.Loundro *... nk*. No onocnmonh) nord.od .1010111. MM'. ....% 4-10. Ml 15104 woods ml, I IWE'VE '
SMALL woronoojo "nT." Porwn wlltl' good crod lo>* H... YOU' C:. Co11 8011 SI 371.0.1. Iro MAO ol PMol, or ol lock. II 61 CADILLAC
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vow MOO oltlc' Ion U5i rod* luboi ol |7.. Writ JIMMY Con.W. III our motor tvravup dopf n_ lucoptlonolly cloon, St Ian 't;' 1 air gndi ticking,' fully| oquioporli FOP
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boo. .
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I fully
10II JOln > Koolor. US Wool. comix CAM..... AIOhI 0141/55 36.06. I gquipcwil
171-, ILLYI 40 TRUCK OWN** lornuning I GOT
notion Wot N Dry IM. NICKS 101104 5010510100. 0100. Ails, 5110 I
BEAUTY IHO" I RADIO' APPLIANCII.MIK. I Ironic. ft.... ,..... PP.1H11NATIVI 5 Dog toneo. Mil hi loo on.ot74S
Downtown n. II AufomoUot tor Sol* Out tront conlrgli DODGI-DART
i PALMI. Is moturo NE 17. Avp onytlmo. $2 595.

.he...,IKK...*.. $173 thop, 6S for Sol.* II ,|.ion. dimo lo o II. Vwd IAMU.ER wogon. ..c./""" nxd TRUCKS 1965 ,
AIM othor notlvo trwt locn
W.yno 00.010 I now tlroh R 4 H. ,
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loon IprUW Comp. 41.1177. Value Rated
no. .
bll'Y onvllmo. "" 551, .1 311 HW
S_ MN ChrI..... 01o.y on M THI;;;;. corpol cloonor--thi 711 Call 310.311 331N FORDS '
56 lu.1.l .o.. oppllonco. tor HER WW4.4_ 511 Lv.'.. II ooiy on tho Iv..". > l- Used Carl I 60 CADILLAC
$17011 vou UY
up P-otrlg 111 uotup 0_. $45 colon RMI
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WONOUFUL ooctrM' Ohimpooor II MeOonloll B&G MOTOR CO. BARKLEYMOTORS READYTO Sudan Whit. Law low prlco.
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would, conildor, S1k. I.'v".y "''y, N170Np Hv with' I onglnoo M con. ,dniblotrock 6517, IIH. OM 00001ee I 1995. -
oodltlonol Mur duol pow rubbtr 000 I "IN THI AUTO CAMIlARKLITS DELIVER :
'rodo. $Io"'n' ,10115010 .blI'"
....,. M"." 32/ NW.5.1r." ..., or pock llnglo pock. I-"I "III- D,. P/1070 3415.5Er0S13ION3. II THE NAMI" I IDON'T
lit end booutllully londocip. .
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kit ovirytkinj '
VIRY 'UCCISI guironlMd to work Ul I 100 oround gill tor fothoriononglnooro. leE SILL f"lT tun ong 2-4371 I, 57 CADILLAC :
17.7110 lor 101,. 100 ITU I' _toO 5.11 1111111 UNhtoh Sr bIo' 5411. 'II ,... II. nova 'o. AT. oniy" MUl DELAY I
...., 50001.11101., 120. P115y l- $30511.4. P. 1.3714, .'oJ Fad P I56 51.8' 1P.
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11. MATCHED PULL PO5WICA' 51511,111 15MI11.3C' SIP v I. AT 'I, PI. SEE 'EM TODAY I Iain taurtl Fully 071040054 On _...... :
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U clots C5n for Ie_'. O'lginol' coil uoe 173. T. 1114051 till 372-MII .... ':., 11,I N. M.,.| SHAWICE $695
ocrltict 21. 174-lill ollor IIK tll "PAIRt ;
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tar nllghton you "IV c..", plovnon' ilrollor $101100 waoon. 1110. 5011100 I1. PHICII. .
Hot growing / ..L.'b' Knoll dub one.11 cKllrPhono III. 0151 ..... CM00.101/ dl, ANYWNI5.SOUTHERN. &
Boo '.= : boll Ml w,III rock olio' HO try'. 1707114LARGI _Wim ovonlngi, 1Chovy _"" I AUTO SALES '64 OLDSMOBILE :;
41J.JOIS.: will) 1 ,not, 'lcnoi '
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11103 FORD i'i:
loloiu window '141 > OalI.S < i
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INortnctntral rxip lory oodllionlnj controbucktt
$oor ol U oor ... tr_.. All lor UL too M MM I Dr. IOU Doggo d 0'. Phong .a ..... .. 1555 *
not* million WOOD POD SALI ,....., dollvory N W 100 Pla o IHO Angllo, Ptyjno )rorK Florida I "I N M/M. N. watk Sold and wrvurd: by B & G, :.
ion for Hlllng $ 17"I guorontrtd, low.t prlcoPhono JEEP---II--WD. fW i [75.1311 238 W. UnbiriltyrKon. '
onco out of rout. Fuol Oil 6 ontTngw. .000001Ifldse.nd.nt I :
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Pull, .'_, 10511 "nt, ..., ...poirconvort,
VANS I'.C' HEATER 031. All.ItOn Ills,. 1001111 NN II. 1122111.i6i l ,
Compony .' On 0'115 wIMIW e "" 01 .ong no, PI, RIM AT V'I SAFE BUY
to odd to imp $I5. P11a,5 374031 11111 ,:: \T BOSTON WHALIR AI lcal. vats.11. JIJI IW
n oicluilvg ,. I 5111.125.Tw1N II NP hl.rude Motor. Mv. MILLER. /.V) $2,295.
NrN11y.T41. roy 111/11.1. 14-001. s. 111101 ,.. :
; bods. 121 1 IJJ Clv.! 413.1571. ITUDn.KU LARI 5 0711 BROWN USED CARS
... 50111111,1. Good ,.,.bI. I or. 1tO ,051 _k., ... .
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line e.eo', ..... S71 3110. 515111105, I lor voo tilt top. trollor.IS oloctrlc..... 10 motor IW Url G. -15.5/1150 54. PMno 1'17. 1-1511 516 S. MAIN ST.SM '62 OLDSMOBILE .
10.. 116017 10 101. f V .._... II Hugo Hoc*. l> 5' 311 01,1,

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.ft Wonto1 POOL TAILI coin" oporolodNrwll I HAWES-POWERS CO. .: FR 2 3.3.
f tf rogulotion' win I' lobs tho'.vn "G". III
COINS Mild' .1... old compioio. with, A D L. Or, wnl rib cutti como, SMITTY SEZ OPEN EVENINGS l'
'...III,'. on* CUM, bom" ... rock Puniond. Coil IIM75 II prr conl off : 1995.
oollori, treat loll) Writ' Unlvofily duo, PR msi ..y. PR t-1117 night"

holt POR tf>o riird ol noorlng, or thoM WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC
RIIIL TAMP wno Ilko to wolcn Ills "loto llww ,n rino' wills ocopo. In good. cond.rrliod "We'rt loaded '
tl. W &""', A TV ottochmont II lint INS 643 ... ,... 60 OLDSMOBilE ,.
MIM lor you .lay I* UltlollMil .

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itocH Ul Pnon. PR 4IKI cars
Living, Room will SPECIAL tAL'. 0111011. 11 $17 1111. Room .04IROWNINO
ond toBlo Zonlto hvndo' or $1. 05 10' ....... Well Automotlc' .
Witt 11< cholri, t ; : roo'ld 1111.1407 A06104 Nun IT' Pull Cnoko II .OouooMognum .....,. 1395. 1'
and we're
4 limp motlroit I poll Ie., Wry. "CAN. 411.1001 JUICE. Coil I'H19'now .,.,. I V.., old. Phong .

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mill, 71 conto gol" Doltvorod' It ONLY

grIH mon' oil boyo Kool; PR ; toll>OI',I NowtnomplACRIfllCI 41.5611, Tom. ..llyllr. Nwy 72 Olflct IgulpmontCOPIM issuing you a '59 BUICK :

CHINA CLOSIT, 110.5'IFAXC3PYM1114RT7 L:"" rn i
olono good. _. Minting-i On bow Plorion complolo. 6405.TANG W 5004 5/0,51175. 010101110. 00.511 / I f llgctta Sddan Full powr, Spark'Inq whit/ ;:
tool. dink. tobloi I .hunting t torgot .,,_ Pull 00 10 S h.1t 45010 said lOe'blO license to steal ,

port 1111511/ onMng Irk ....''oc." till Hoy'v...torgot. Ut, yo-llU.oulvor, Orm 4.tlngor loiy to In_Ion...Ition C_*"..011nolO.. wlllioutomotl :
T.c. Orlogl $995
tlmor one g lorgo oup-
port W11d0.P01W44113,30.' round b.rm oloilrKpvloolo ..y 01 1150 0000? 004 ..........,.. again for the
oqulppod. t* lit log Low,ori _..._ Mint bo told'
W.U .... oil """"' /.7051170.. 510710. ,. 111117 ..... knmodlitoly" I* mono room torlorgorcopoclry
or foncy ollcnoi 4 poymonti mochlno, -
Inc. oM/t ir ot balance of the '
I7W or IM coon Ooorgo Lo.5,04.E domonitrotion. loot SIN
con 60
'ln'' US. 174.0111 mocliln C.. PDong :JJt. CHEVROLETImpale :
Idol It Contort. W. 0 Ibortoo. THAN ORDINARY PICK-UM > VANS
CLIAP.ANCI 42'1. Oolnoivllh' urn Phono JTHIII
"ln.l wood. moro Hardtop oupa V 3. automatic Irommltilon,
63131001110.1 U'MOLU'""
NOW "II thO tlmo' month. Toke
lo orilor your a ,
UAtnlitg' Doc. lit CN64rI, log 1100. N. 111007Pg CHDIITMtl CAP.01or TROPICAL PONpACG.M.C. po. Hooc '.
tAn Moorly Nu ... ... II _"' rlo so bnpr/r't1. 15'711
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oil<* ko no MioctM ot
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food P ono 370 Oil" OsMR10n 1,29S.
.._. lo$1If. III.' : 220N.W.SH A-e.
401 W. Uny." Ay, 7117131
SIMMONS Mlo bod WANT TO Xnrofrlgorotoro. 10" 70111 711
cMr, imM, ;1 .W. I.frodolnl ....,Ion.", NyN 71 Muil.ol Morchondl. loot below.
gl 511
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COX 11, lot ttroolPtlonM_ ...<>o Hammond

"IRANO "WIII'" '64 NEW YORKER .t.tioll ,W"O'" M.,_ $*dan. V 3. oulc-not: tranimlulon Compact
0:11: I. 09M11 II. ..* bom ond ro.S ...eut,,,. Ct,:

WIITINOHOUJI eh.... Ull d i 0 vorymlng
tig IMKIOI, i TABLE'iiwn ,CH 14."' WILLIAMS_ *SERVICE.. (/ IIJ'Io'' OF"THE COMPARISON'' lIri",. power "k.., .ir conejl- $* OQCtiontd $1,395.

YNi one 0017, H_ II.... power windowi. . ?0J
Moro Hommon "'daargjon
001 04 011000 11106001. 100 -CO 4 door fcordlop, :

FOR RENTSPACE tno not Hommond novor roowiroo Otf
lo tho proloronco of Churcnoiffcnoolo er Steering, powir brakii, ulomotlc from- !
Homoo. ond Hig Pi olioOlonoli. Kalian Wagon WM*. tlamlgid ghllt
Proo hnoono lor tno b* missionsir 'Q001ondihoniti. !
'AVAILABLE IN THE gnnor loo Writ or Pnonot 07/p
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Ernie Tortler, Rep. Fury ", $995

CAROLYN PLAZADirectly Aton Music Co. 64 PLYMOUTH tf .SMr ".

) I 1'1 "W.0..11"I,000. P11114016-04114, P11 Power' itoorlnf. oufematic $40 ACrranimiilon.
( At Campus
roil PIANO radio, h..,.,. ZO3 BRAND NEW '61 fORD

1620 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Wollbplo. ........,. 1074 *" Crown
Got C.... 1745111 63 IMPERIAL : ?% I Jddon Galail*. V.I, oulamaitt ttanvnlulgrt. Jmootri
CLOSE OUt 1.64 00/401 00070506.- ,t..rl", .

I 00701. CNkI: 01 115/15 51040. brokii, radio, hooter olrconditione4
WIAWM" ...__. $3695 I I $
CONTACT .105112. 00011 SNOSIII 195
I .. Plow $111'5 *
E. M. REIZEN WWY AND I'l 5.501 AND '63 CHEVROLET t3motic core .
Sold 5.57017 M111N0WoI1 C- .. 1965

m 6-1910 I 15070 b.0k Y70trsMeSt 7181115wtew ttanimiiiion, radio, heater power if.*fing. '60 FORD

,. O. Box 14002< O.OA MUSIC Cel octuol 3,000 $Q1OC .

I I 613 11 00.15 1514711_ Z I 7 J WOO" V I. OuIjrT, .' I TI J II 0 MIx'95
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Speclol I ( door, I

i' SERVICESHome I 63 BUICK tt.tron wojoii,x164 95 $

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Cotrmvllle SUB Thursday, November 215, 1964


Linens Useful Even

I Supply Yule TouchBy Almost All f Talk' One 18 Sentences;

JUDY POPE rayon cotton table cloth, a terrycloth
IT Student Journalist apron and terrycloth Another

Christmas Decorate? your bathroom for towel orated All with three red pieces and are yellow dec- I Speaks Foreign LanguagesBy

berries and green leaves.
the traditional Christ
Besides In the living room, For the hostess who Just wantsa LINDA WALERS Cathy's alster Channln' Cathy, $1318, has Kissy doll. Kissy actually gives a smacking There are many other teenage "wardrobe"dolls
mas tree brighten the bath colorful apron to wear when UF Student Journalist straight hair, black hornrimmed lasses kiss when her arms are squeezed together. out this year, including Suzette Lorna
why not kitchen and up dining roam she serves Christmas dinner, "Scooba-doo, like I'm really bep man"is and stands about two feet tall CharmhV Dream Walker doll stands three feet tall and Tammy. The latest trend Is In the soft
room with ,inexpensive, easily atored, two types are available. Santa only one of 'the many things Mattel's Cathy Invites her owner to travel 'round the and little mothers who hold her left hand moveable arms and legs.
decorations.Add i and snowman show smiling Singin' Swlngln' doll can say. She's an 18- world and learn foreign languages Including will find the Dream doD walking right along Even hand puppets are talking this year.
lasting a splash of color on the faces on one apron while red Inch slinky brunette with a face like Liz French, Spanish, German, Italian, Rus- beside them. She comes in three sizes and Mattel's Talking D. J. (Dishonest John) is
bathroom floor. Terrycloth bath I and green Christmas balls decorate Taylor and a recorded voice with the sian and Japanese. She can say over 200 three prices. now selling for only $3.49 in Gainesville.Out .
the other. Both terrycloth "beatest" language In doll land. "Scooba. things and has nine changeable records. Every young woman likes to fuss with her the
------ aproha sell for one dollar. do" is part of the new trend In dolls this For the younger children, Tiny Thumblelina hair, and Tressy doll comes with her own of the newspaper doll comics comes with her

You Can Make There is even something for year, from the realistic baby dolls to the only $688, moves her head and body likea rollers and hair setting lotion. What's more, Pebbles caveman's Flintstone playsuit and ,riding complete on the back of
movable, talking dolls. her hair I Of all make mistakes
baby to wear at the table for .pretty, real baby automatically. grows course, we
From hIs first Christmas. A red and This Christmas morning, excited children so the Totsy Company has createda Dlno.When
Things Tearle Dearie, a smaller doll with rooted little girls play hospital, Hedda Get
white striped bib with Santa's will find tome competition under the tree Glamour wig for dolls, only 'It cents.
Dish Towels I face on it will keep Baby's holiday from the noise and chatter of dolls of every nylon hair, sells for $2.93. She drinks, wets, they come in brunette, blonde, red, platinum, Bedda will just lie in her own hospital bed
clothes clean. The 59-cenl size and description. "It's hard to find a doll and cries real tears. chestnut and black to suit any doll's taste. and look sick for them. Hedda and bed are
terry cloth bib bas a bell that In Gainesville stores that does and "says" Little girls can feed and pat Mattel's Baby There's a new addition to the Barbie Doll now selling for $10.33 in Gainesville.

decorated with red poln- Jingles attached to the end of nothing. Pataburp and the result Is a tiny, but satisfying family this year. Joining Barbie, boyfriend, Happiness Is a Raggedy Ann doll under
mats branches of evergreen Santa's red hat. Matters pigtailed, freckled-faced Chatty burpl! Baby Pataburp Is Mattel's newest Ken, and Midge Is Barbie's younger sister the Christmas tree. She doesn't sing, talk,
settlas and available at local Before the fine china and Cathy doll >1188, will delight any little girl on doll with rooted blonde hair complete with Skipper. Skipper has long straight hair and walk, kiss or burp, but she Is five feet tall
are Christmas morning with her 18-sentence pink ribbon and sells for $1188. her wardrobe is as extensive as the other' and her gay clothes and funny grin will bringa
dollar. Hang guest silver
stores for one ChristI sterling are put on vocabulary. All puckered up and ready to kiss is Ideal's Barbie doll's. smile to any child's face.
towels that say "Merry ,the table for Christmas dInner "
mas" and "Happy New Year"In put a festive tablecloth on It.A .i

the the bathroom to greet L white cloth with red poinsettias Here Are Some Food For Those Festive Affairs II
holiday visitors, or choose from and evergreen would go Tips Holiday
five other colorful styles priced well with plain silver and china.
I 69 cents and one dollar. For more decorative place settings -
between The newest thing for the try a red, white or green By BECKY QUINN These and other Item. are dressed Into tasty little drum'chunks to be added to your While your dressing's baking,'I When your batter is prepared
kitchen Is the holiday hostessset linen tablecloth. The patterned IT Student Journalist suggested by the American I sticks hence, the name bread dressing. With your favorite I we can turn to the revival of and poured I into bak I n g
which sells for four dollars. tablecloth Is priced at $2.99 to Item: 10 chicken wings at 39 Poultry Dealers Association In "wlngstlcks." Combined with seasonings and rich I another holiday idea that comes pans, drop a few pennies,
cents per pound. its all-out campaign to make barbeque sauce or a milted turkey gravey, the combination
It consists of a 52 by 52 Inch 550. washed thoroughly or bol 1 e d,
Item No. 2: 1 pint barbecue American homemakers aware cheese sauce, the dish Is a new chicken turkey dressing can I grandmother's days. and In aluminum
Want useful but I wrapped tightly
pretty gifts sauce at 29 cents. that chicken can be a smart and easy one for buffet affairs be prepared when you prepare That's the baking of'a "pres-
all foil, Into the batter.
Tell her for guests visiting your Smart Result: 20 ( olden I part of holiday food buying. or as an hors d'oeuvre. your Christmas turkey. Set an ent-cake."
decorated home? Towels
\J holiday linens will the ,fried baby "" In. I tl e h"l Chicken wings can be par I Does a chicken dressing for extra dressing cassarole In your I Easily done, it can be the Yes, you're right, they'll fall
you and provide an- dressed in shirred sleeves chased in almost any food your Christmas turkey sound freezer. childrens' delight when desert to the bottom. But you have

remember... swer.Most and aunts lied In a chafing dish of barbecue store, packed separately in cel! far out? It may, and it Isfar It'll be a good side-dish with time comes around. When you more pennies to add as the cake
grandmothers Is sauce an attractive lophane. The top two Joints of I out In front of a lot of other either chicken oc turkey long bake your holiday cakes, set begins to rise Space your baking
make Here
with a gift of fragrance !by like bome the -children gifts. make agift and economical addition to your I the average chicken wing can!giblet substitutes. Chicken can after your holiday dishes have aside one or two to be present time Into thirds and add
can holiday menu. be severed, fried crisp, and,be stewed tender and cut Into been washed and put away. cakes. more pennies as you go.
FRINGE MATCHABELU II i iMUSURIO with little assistance. Buy four
loosely woven linen dish towels
with a similar pattern at a dollar
each. Many of these type of

I cut them towels Buy out such have two the as wooden cloth pictures birds pictures, cats frames printed or to fish.and on fit YOU CAN BUY A NOME ON .CR DlT-YOU CAN BUY AN AUToMoBIU ON CREDIT

the frames. Glue the back of

le and the frame pictures cloth ready the to for for pictures.cardboard the wrapping kitchen All and finished are then with two 1 WHY NOT BUY CORDONS QUAliTY JEWELRY ON OUR VCREDIT PlANIT'S

matching towels. For those who
COIOGNI aren't do-it-yourselfers, these
SPlAY MISTS pictures can be purchased for SO EASY!
'rogrctnc excitement et her flu 399. .
girtlpt In Din HEW luxurlouinrawrad I .. Place mats make nice gifts for
cologne ipray mints
.jJ Wind Song. Prophecy,Stradivari, the family down the street or
leloved\ Golden Autumn and relatives across the country.For .
Aban....Mch $4.00 the family with small children
available for All fro
1 grancMi.ttach $2.50 choose easy to wash rayon e
woven mats for a dollar apiece,
or a set of four bamboo mats
with linen napkins for four dollars -

If the relatives can't make it I

to your home for Christmas, a
set of four linen place mats and
r napkins Is a perfect gift for
\r4 mailing. There Is no chance of
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trimmed in aqua blue, yellowor I- AirithN 14 tad tea 279" '' .t r,

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and her"towels and pillowcases. '
88* A set of two towels and two i1 G ldi4.roM lridt e0roas trio III 14. '

Ploln mirror flip to mognifler.Hand washcloths In either pink or llr tad 1IINIe"rinse tdd.+300 "

.decorated porcelain blue sells for $3.99. Cotton pillowcases m
saie. Add to your vanity. with blue or yellow L D. lap IGIIIMIt ba.errd'wtdbd Mtt4
1 lettering sell for 199. lit )ls4rd toll ... e375aed
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4 & choose a set of white pillow- o
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