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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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December 6, 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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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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GAINESVILLE, FLA., SUNDAY DECEMBER 6, 1964 89th Year, No. 1 131 1 AiEWSSTAND. PRICE 20. ("-
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4 OverhaulOf ;ji v 7 hla

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GOP llsin-

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h \ Is UrgedGovernors la1il

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On Burch Issue ?

DENVER, Colo. (AP) After
r Y r t+t hours of debate Republican 'L
} k.
governors unanimously approved da i irdi
Saturday I statement >
opposing "narrow political radicalism -.
," and urging the party to< rp lato

adopt leadership that would rep In-
resent "a broad view of Republicanism. oul
." 1Il.

But the governors disagreed >m
whether the resolution was a ((M (...... IV IMt Omit be
call for the removal of Dean
.. ...
Burch national chairman and
WI. I* tti ) as
Left to right, Connie and John Dampier and Robert Joiner In background Deputy Johnnie Yarborough.
Wired for ChristmasMiss water.thus a slap at Sen. Barry Cold- ate

Dixie Phillip of Muncie, Ind., shows off her However, the three biggest Lean-
Christmas hairdo which was created by some of her names at the meeting of the
beauty school buddies. Silver-sprayed the three foot COP's 18 governors and gover of Murder
tall hairdo Is filled with Christmas bulbs! that light nors-elect George Romney of Guilty

when she plugs into the handiest socket'With a short Michigan, Nelson A. RockefellerSee J-
circuit this could pose problems. ( COP *n Page !) tr.lo.


Claim Ex-Con Masqueraded Jlad-

Pair Receives Jnd

As Dead Man to Win Officeby Mercy ,


DETROIT (AP) A Thomas W. O'Hara, a Ford comment at this time on the -
re-elected Democratic stole representative Motor Co worker and one of allegation by O'Brien and .
was alleged Satur five candidates West defeated In OHara. In
day to have masqueraded under the party's primary election last Rep. West Is a Negro. The Gel Life
the name and educational back- September. West of New York was white. Mnriiicr YULE PARADE

ground of a New York lawyer Detroit police Sgt. Leonad Rep. West currently Is 1ft

who died In 1961. Clippert of the Detroit police awaiting trial on a charge of On HERE WEDNESDAYGainesville's Term
In I copyright story the De- Special Investigation Bureau aiding and abetting the false Swings ; Girl'f'
troit News said State Rep. DanIel said the Detroit West's finger registration of voters.
; W. West, 54, of Wayne (De- prints Identified him as a felon The complaint was signed by Path annual Christmas Parade starting the countdown Acquitted :erI c:
troit) County's 24th District, who served sentences in three John A. Smith city elections Right to the Yule celebration will begin at 4 pm. next Wednesday at the
also concealed a prison record prisons under other names. director. North Main Street shopping center. By Bill. HALER cl-
West was re-elected to his O'Hara and O'Brien, the News Cllppert said that Weil's fin- PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Nineteen floats nine bands, 19 walking units and other attractions Sim Stiff Writer 110
second legislative term In last said, claimed West assumed the gerprints had been Identified by Mariner 4 performed an Intrl- will be In the parade which will march down Main street tu Three tide ce
month's general election. background of Daniel W. Westof the FBI as those of a felon who cats maneuver with clockwork University Avenue, then turn west to 6lh Street. young people it-
by side In Alachua County Circuit
The News said the masquerading New York. served sentences in the Minnesota precision Saturday 1.25 million "It's going to be the largest Christmas parade Gainesville ever Court Friday night and beIA .,
allegations against West The New York West died at State Reformatory for burglary miles out In space and fired a watched," said Myrtle Cherry, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce heard a 10-rnan jury their te
the District of Columbia rocket expected to drive It within spare he
the of 38 In 1961. committee which la sponsoring the parade. .
H. 0' age
were made by Willjam next lives In a climax to the four-day "
miles of Man July
Brien, executive secretary of Contacted by the News Rep. Reformatory for housebreaking 4,400 Floats mostly are sponsored by business firms or groups. Bandsare Culpepper/ murder trial .
the Civil Searchlight, Inc., and West said he would have no and larceny and the Iowa State 14 from area schools and the marching units are drawn from Connie Louise Dampier II, e
Penitentiary for forgery.The With no hint of troubles which various community organisations.The .
News said O'Brien called off a similar attempt Friday annual parade Is offered by the merchants of Gainesvilleas her face ashen and lear-stalnad, ee
LBJ Calls Viet Nunn Here charged that "West apparently the camer..totinl spacecraft a service, for the enjoyment of children listened as the Jury's verdict I.
her of
has masqueraded since 1954 as streaked smoothly on acquitting first degreemurder u-

an honor student at both through space, apparently well was read. .nt
r. Symbol of U.S. Resolve Swarthmore College and the ahead of Its rival in history's Her 21 year old husband, ay
Yale Law School and as a for first Interplanetary race the John Scott Dampler and 22 ldo,

JTtmr In Viet Nam find new strengthand mer practicing attorney in New Russian Zond 2 launched Mon- Good Morning! year-old Robert joiner listened ,..
G Neat fork York state"Snow as the same jury convicted them
WASHINGTON President new resolution In the actions day.Mariner 4. launched last Sat both of the April 29 slaying of ij

Johnson reaffrimed Saturday his comrades of this brave In arms man faraway and urday was traveling at a slightly Around and About the News: Gainesville grocer R. T. (Uncle 't.
the United States' commit- Cold Increased speed of 7,047 milesan Jack) Culpppprr, A recommendation i
the President empha- ,
ment to fight communism In sized., hour toward earth's mysterious I Some have faith In Gaines -w of merry by the jury ct
South Viet Nam as he decorated Hits NorthBy neighbor at that point ville's downtown, others give up r spared them drain In the electric ve
this country's first military The President castigated still 122.i million miles away. Page 10D. Newberry fossil chair Under" Florida law 111
hero of the hostilities those who he said are unwilling THE ASSOCIATED PRIGS finds question area's past the conviction carries an automatic i
Jet Propulsion Laboratory .
there. to resist the "glamorof Snow sleet and life sentence
plunging temperatures scientists were Jubilant over Page 1C Johnson, Britain's Wilson lie
"This Is a gold" and sacrifice easy brought an early performance of the craft which to meet on NATO nuclear A date fur sentencing/ wasn't lit
proud moment gyp. Jobs and security for serviceIn winter to wide portions of the they built and are guiding on arms Page 10B. established by Circuit Court lilt
for alI PAmericans government. country Saturday with accom- month but Judge J. C. Adklns, who allowed lie
," t Apparently Irked by resignations panying misery and Inconvenience seven- voyage 10 Gainesville Woman'i Club a- defense attorneys for the two be
said It would be five to dayi
President Johnson j of some government to thousands of persons.At before tell exactly how holds traditional Madrigal Con- men IS days' to file for I new t
they can
said hangIng ] yi officials and refusals to take lean :3f deaths were attributed much changed Its course. cert to open Yule season. Pie trial. ''R
the medalof assignments In his administration to the slow-moving storm. they turf Page IC.ilmoitg. The verdict which came after III
Honor, the i as he prepares for the The snow and sleet storms The maneuver was ordered 4V. hours of deliberation was ,
nation's highest next term, the President observed which came from the Rockies because Mariner 4s trajectoryafter ) preceded by a ringing closing
. military I : into the Crest Plains states at launch would have missed argument on the part of State ;
award round "So very often 9-to-S hours, midweek moved through the Man by ISO,000 miles. the Old Friends /Ally, Ted Duncan.: i
the neck of Donlon Saturday at the country club Midwest, then curved into the If the direction change turns : Duncan who anted the death
90-year-old Capt. Roger H C. profit sharing and pension Northeast with devastating out to be Insufficient the rocketIn penalty for all three defendants '"'

Donlon of Saughertles, NY trusts an mean so much that fury.In. the spacecraft's ban has Abby ._ .. ......... ...._, ... IB Mixson ...... ,-,... _... in spoke violently a e m climes U
"let any who suggest w e the call of country la sometimes eastern Maine, a new fall enough fuel left for one more Malbentela _._. _'_ 02 Prlzeword Pete ,.-,_#.. 78 shouting, u he denounced the .
cannot honor our commitment answered 'No. piled snow en the ground to a maneuver But scientists expressed McCarvey ... -, .-. .. IB Welmer _........ -..,... 1CMOVIES "hemous"! murder of Culpepprr. :
_.._ depth of 21 Inches Old Town hope that !they can let The Damplert, their faces .
-- -- Maine was covered by 15 inches Mariner 4 coast until it gets OPINION 41 IB noticeably tonne for the/ flnt .lit
n of snow and Houlton had 17 close to Mart. TV LOGS IB AREA NEWS IB time during the '/Ural, sat holdIng 11II
Inches on the ground.PHILADELPHIA See MARS .. Page tA) hands; and Joiner although h
apparently unconcerned fidgeted lit
tn bra chair! at Duncan tc- 'w

FBI Scoffs at Sheriffs Bribery Charge Leered ,his. final plea _t'
Duncan cone nlrated h I s remarks '"
Jobs on potty }
t i'i. r pier' alleged! maatermis ding -
Declares That KKK Was Infiltratedit of the robbery murder 1
"Who was the! boss; who was
the driver among the murder

Miss. (AP) In court. of the SI men would be charged He quoted the agents a* lay em trio" Duncan aiked Imtt-
Sheriff Lawrence Rataey FBI sources said 1JJ cents with murder In the slayings was us what you know, .e will take eating Dimpier Look al the "
claimed Saturday FBI agents had worked en the cat almost! still unanswered. Murder la not care of you and pay all your defendant Joiner, then |leak a| t I""
told ban they had eyewitnessesto without let-up since! Michael I federal crime! unless It la com- debts and yon will, .leave tilt at hotly beak S. him."Who U the ,
the murders of three civil Schwemer Andrew Goodmanand mtttad on federal properly. here web mnee money liven cofltroDlng Jailor he continued. '1i
rights! workers and offered him James Chanry disappeared Nineteen of the men are you'll ever mate" '
money for Information about the oar Philadelphia last June charged with violating the civil In Jackson, Roy X. Moore, But .hltllullI Dampier was the J
brutal slayings Their bodies were found ta an rights of the three murdered agent tn charge of the Mississippi ) chief, the eonapiratjr, all were
worker FBI office, termed the equally liable, according Dun.can. .
The FBI called Raisey'aclaim urth-all dan Aug. iSchweroer .'1
The other two men in the sheriffs charge ridiculous. They ire young people, I
and Goodman .
aland to the shoes et
tree charged "He can whatever. he butth.y
1 1lap" were as accee say .
( were white New Yorkers Chan
snrles.fUlnry. want," Moore said. "I wouldn men." he said I
'1. a Negro, Bred at nearby .
Referring to Connie Dampier I
made his remarks dignify that by I comment
Meridian.The .
6 "ridruloos. and would about the FBI ks an interview' .in Let's Just say, ':''Co comment en Duncan appealed lo Jurors to .
> +n i not comment en the eyewitnessreport. Neshoba County sheriff'scharge his office tie and Price buckled such I statement as that" DM judgment and not sympathy ';!"

earn as Mississippi en their Sunbelts again Saturday Price In good spirit, said Uw or emotion 11 considering her ;'.
The sheriff was one of XI awaited the next legal step In and returned to duty after agenda tried to scare him by r_. t ..
white men arrested Friday en the. massive FBI roundup that their arrest and arraignment talking about the gas chamber "s.ue. f teal l sympathy a .
federal eonspirary charges .to Included the hooky sheriff, his Friday. He said they lokl his hi* bond little! II year eld girt But ...
-ti'- last June's triple murder. The deputy, Cecil Price a rural The sheriff said tee FBI would be tam But at the arraignment. she was there\ (al die murder .
arrests climaud a fivemonthInvestigation. preacher and several I busineie- agents who. pitted nun Of al UK Mill Esther Carter srmel W her. ewe choosing." Ii. ;
HMO office urged him to give them the commtMloner, set bonds el beaddetf.Duncan.
k ,gwP FBI sources sa.4 the aw.enunert Intense Interest centered en whatever! Information be had $ .eot for mod W the .,..... also) InnindIod.w- ;,I.
x,11 'i tilt was built by infiltrating text Thursday's preliminary about the triple sla,lit... ants including fUbwy and ers not lo be swayed by the ,
w w-.r.Ir1.yy be W be KM kits Han and bearing In nearby Meridian. They started telling me I Price. ovens*'! appeal "that when
/Interviewing Bore than J sae Governmentattorneys wQ IMW everything about the Government attorneys bad you ltd someone guilty of I
Xwhobn Gusty Sheriff Lawresxe Eainey. left, claimed residents ef Miatmippi. Including have to show enough W Butt trims" ILl" aaI4. "But I told Mod for PMOe b ftds. Cot degree murder you askvflvlduals f
Saturday that tie FBI offered him a "...T.rf.., .... 4. Elsa mtmben. hand to convince the 17. 8. comniasimer them M. They said. ...',. got Cheesy Goodman and I are pulling the \
formation cevnectioe with the slaying ef three civil There was M eonfarmatloa ef the own should be three to five eyewitmteet, and ffhwenurr disappeared after switch! on the electric chair
rights workers. Rahsey and Deputy Cecil Price right published reports that tile FBI Md for federal grand Jury action. we are gong to .take care efterm. being arrested June n by Price The law la self a eperat I r e.
were wit M the job in Philadelphia after being reM has a stateirvnt from" an err* I- ht speeding chile they were Ttw '.,,'J duly h to find only/
....... a 11000 bond. soil ef the killings and wia tt The ejontmi W whether any JII,. "If youTJ come eat Md kAI (Ve MUS. en Page IA) (See TRIAL e* page I) I



2A Gainesville Sun Sunday December 6, 1964

PEOPLE: in the NE'V'Briefly. More About Weather Roundup I More About More About

= MarsFrom Miss.From TrialFrom I

Page 1 Page Page 1

CAI near Philadelphia Investigatingthe

Then they will trigger earner ZONES burning of a Negro church the Innocence of the !has prior knowledge of a kill
the best Pnl/y/ Cloudy Sun*' and fun- The three were part of a civil,
televise ,
as designed to 5.y nIp o Cold,, aund.y Nips Sunday .,e defendants he added. lug but still aids the murder'sescape
pictures yet of Mars pictures 44'to'M. NorHwrly wutumin dIS to UmllM rights effort working out of fell on one question

which could tell whether any l Curing ptr KMT M4 through Sunday, .MK nlgnl tonMy ..- Meridian, 39 miles south of Phil "Render' a verdict on e vI- 'she answered during the police -

form of life Is possible on the MM High iwrm lundty win In*, M.ig i*M,n. North.wm mm. adelphia. dence; not on what lies heavyon Interrogation:

reddish planet. p., hour, Four hundred sailors from the your hew the youth ol When officers asked her

r ryy Meridian Naval Air Station, and' all of the defendants," Dun-
Jack James, Mariner program C D: Gradual clearing and when the robbery was plan

director at the laboratory, turning colder Sunday. High w. an army of searched FBI men and for state the can concluded. ned, she answered, "As far

said that If all goes well the pictures Sunday near 60. Winds becoming : bodies.troopers. Before and after Duncan's as I know, it wasn't'; Clay.

should be snapped at a northwest to north 10 to closing statements, defense attorneys ton stated.
distance of 5,500 miles. The IS miles per hour, /-/ Eighteen of the men, William Andrews, "She knew nothing about it

spacecraft should curve as closeas S f Ot during and turning leg Rainey and Price, Inc1Ud-1 Lance Lazonby Jr. and James There Is no other evidence

4,400 miles to Mars before MUM, VtrllMt* Mlgn ........ U, to .r r., raigned at the naval Clayton argued against the against her," he said.
mMtly MUWwrly wind" ig Three others were arrested In
swinging past Into a great C orbit II iniitg nr iiwr kKtmlM iwltxtrly I confessions issued by the trio Next step for the defense is
_. Meridian and
ggrly IvnMy. .jdOSWN Gulfport, Shreve-
around the sun.. li Molly cloudy KVtugh SuMiylundiy port, La. 1 shortly after their arrests and to request a new trial, or appeal
WIIIt sccu.uaI M.wa 51,1 GAINESVILLE: WEATHER the otherwise clrcumstant 1 1.1 tile decision to a higher
Scientists earlier had calcu- WMT rtt. Turning Only two of the 21 had not
sund y. Atall'> uullwrly$ wr.-.I';I to Municipal Airport readings evidence presented by the court. Neither Andrews nor
lated the miss distance at about 11 lun Hour -.., Mrttwrly 'Saturday posted bond Saturday. Horace
78 at 3
luM : High p.m", state. Lazonby commented on the
> gNinwoni
rl. miles.Saturday's. y Barnette 25 held at
8,600 Doyle was
Moilly caddy Through SuwJiy low 62 at 11 p.m. Rainfall 11
wIM tomt KUilwwl irmnri 1 and James Edward Joiner -
Mlgn Shreveport Andrews, representing
...d., Inches.
maneuver beganat In nt unwr KM. Itolhirly'
... Jordan 58 was held at Gulf- contended he was mentally
lndi 19 to II mlln wr taur Sun. ,
6:23 a.m. when radio signals Ing > ,Illtl,* nt.r Mimrtrl .n< Mccmlnf ALMANAC of
tf Mrtll to MrtlKir lit, ......,, IwiMt toMy I:N port. incompetent at the time
commanded Mariner 4 to live :::
lunrlM tormrriMI .. ... ::. t:IINmr I
The FBI said in its taken at Alach-
r Its fix en Its guiding star, TlM'UATUIIIIU.WMI.. MHI tenlphl ............. hO '.nI. complaintfiled his statement, ,IIss..ue
\ up Nip Low 'rae. Tloa Mean dine low tonaIt,. I. .'.IwJackwlwllle with the commissioner at ua General Hospital after M!
Canopus, and point 1U nose closer 74 ill M N AtwO.. and. DUN ml1N 'rwft
Mars. It 71 At .rm 1.41phf. lit srwNd 51.lwp the arraignment that 10 of the had been treated for bullet I
to I IAll.
.,. Tampa V M* Wilt W.rNOMINSNT, men, including Price, plottedthe wounds supposedly resulting
Isdkw.r ..... : ;: :. CON5TULLATIONNN.w '
.w. At 1:09: a,m. the spacecraftfired 0"/..... It.. Orlon. In iMAUDS.t. 11.11 ...... Interception of the workers from his encounter with Cul-

small rocket In its base II II Ii _PORICAITAIT near Philadelphia and that it .
a Vtrll M 21 :50 GULP rt wind IT toM pepper. JONes MR. JOHN artvnldt' Mr*
-r CAP WlraphtK it tht_ Sun) for 20 seconds Increased Its VfnlilngtMChlciM 5. At ... .Rusts ttrautft "ode,. Ondutl CUtr- was part of the conspiracy that Indicated three kw far Mr. Jehn ": .., .0 05
If" ..... Andrews tired lirmri will .. KtM tl I M V "'Ttn
-= SituationPatrick speed 2> miles an hour and cutting ttnwt City It canoe cry TIOIIlun they "would threaten, assault, witnesses had testified Joiner IvnMv, Dtctmbtr t, 1M4 it Th,
Confusing D iy Nigh tt so t.m. mtf : Lincoln Gwfcn. Mtnwrttl e.... ( try
shoot and kill
its travel time by three r.'rIII :e M a I.* tm and I:41 : them. "sick" and "moronic" at the wll" II.. .. L N. AnMrMI conducting
LN Anaw III At M.nd.y-t High tl III: ..m tnt. t:at The state district attorney for tut ....Ie.... lurM will bt In Tin
Richardson left 21 of days.It ...011. 41 II m L... tl t :M l m. tnd. 0:10: p m. hospital.He Lincoln 0....... Mtmorltl Ctnwttry in
C Orange, Calif. Immediately began a new this rolling red hill region, Wil- charged Jurors with determining Octlt tmdw Ned flrtctlon" tt Oorwyi
and Patrick Richardson, right, aim 21, of Anaheim, liam H. Johnson Jr., said he ,_., Htmt. Mr. JonM, who llvM
evidence ..
search with Its light sensor for whether the In Octlt, 4M NovtmlMr Jllth fellowMr .
Calif. clown for the photographer as both appear at was studying the FBI complaint .s' M ..tmd.d 11I-. SuM. I ,
and found it in less showed
Canopus .
mMhb.r M family an 5,5 wl"' .
the Induction center In Los Angeles to attempt a but he would not say .. ,
ova Jams I Mng and 4 ,
than hour.Without doubt to Joiner's sanity iRobort
an as ,.. ......, .
solution to a confusing sltuaton. Patrck, left, showedup World il whether state murder charges Ie and mm '.plt.w Mr.
the preplanned maneuver Capitals "I submit that reasonable Bill* gf GoUiowlllo.I .
: the previous day after receiving' a draft notice, would be filed.Reports added.
the Mariner would havereached doubt does exist, he 'OIN"TT, MI. A.NILL punrr.1wMcm
: "only to be told he wasn't the right Mr. Richardson. on bow the Investigation Mr Mr. Polnult will ere
Patrick at in the vicinity i of Mars on Lazonby, representing John I.M P.M. on SuMiy. Docombir halo,
right, the right Mr. Richardson, and I from the Sun wire service was conducted were numer- I
: the Army wants him. Patrick, left, wants to go too July IT and- would have flown bv MOSCOW Government an- BRUSSELS Government ous and, usually, unconfirmed. Dampier, told Jurors, as he with woe ..v SI. Milton Mofihowi conducting toetiit tho C h u..rth"v.
because he has hid and the; planet at a-distlnc.-of 150,- nounces two One said In did at the opening of the trial, ..... lurid will ... In It M.,,_.
quit job Bold his car. The measures to ease asks Congolese Premier Tshome report someone Comttory undor 50. direction ol .
: 'Army Indicated)U will_ oblige, him. 000 miles. housing and provide cut-rate to explain appropriation of mining Philadelphia was paid by FBI that his client was the victimof .I, c:....,.... M,. "01...", who Hugn.n Hy.
The maneuver was delayed 24 his own stupidity In drivingthe M A''''''''. diod' November t). nu
tores. rights. agents for Information. In Allchuo 0....., ....011.' altar o
burs when the spacecraft lost FBI man Moore said he could getaway car for Joiner.. lingering Illnm M,. Polnwlt ,.. born
CUPID FREE its lock on Canopus prematurely MEXICO CITYNew government SAIGON Buddhists attempt on July 5. tilt In Alochul, Flo. ml
not disclose any details of the He said Dampier's statement bod lived Intro II\ yeoro.POOUI .
.. A girl who with during an attempted direction starts out with study to enlist former Premier Khanhin Investigation.The reflected his lack of ed- _
played cupid of two pressing internatlon MeL A. J, Funeral, ,....
t. stolen money was out of Jail change Friday morning and did problems effort to overthrow new government nine persons identified ucation, in that he gave answers ICM for Mr,, poguo... ogo 17, will t*
.. ...
: braceros and Cuba. hold" al SIII p ...y. December
Saturday because her boyfriendpaid not find It again until nine LONDON ; apparently fall I with Price by the FBI complaint which he hoped would 4th 1.M ot Nigh ........ Florae,
hours later Labor government Church ol Ckriii, with grothor
It back I to seek ROME! Pope Paul, happy as plotters were Jimmy Ar- remove his part in the guilt. D. Arnold conducting tfi. Mrvlci jonn,.
expected S.
No charges will be pressed The fix on Canopus helps U. about his pilgrimage to India, ledge, 27, Meridian; Horace He was "nervous, scared and lurid, will .b. In Pert Grove Cu: .,..
In otory, end lh. dlrtdlon of :''
Mariner 4 keep Its solar help overseas defenses when "wiion
against Patricia Ann panels Barnette former MerIdian Lazonby added. .
Kremer, receives warm welceme horn upset, FunorH Norm of Loko City M r .
aimed at the and Its radio Wilson meets Johnson next Pea... who 1 llvrt ol em,.. 1.
sun Man'
19, Evansville Ind. who salesman Travis M. Barnette, state's .
spent week. after brush with escorting ; Pointing again to the Oed DKtmbor 4tD it Horn,
several hours behind bars Fri- antenna at earth, The windmill- 36, Meridian; Alton Wayne Rob- circumstantial evidence Laz olttr o longlhy'' Illnoio. Mn ,
planes over Turkey. born III ,
wo Cliy ,
LIMA Alliance' Cowily.
like convert Into Progress -
day after it was learned she panels erts, 28, Meridian; Jimmy onby concluded, "To executea and hM load' 'In High Iprlngi, Ion
under UNITED NATIONS Secretary .. .... .. .......
electricity to power radios and meeting way with Snowden Jordan 42 ycir M. w.
mailed four $100 bills to Gary 31, Meridian; 21-year-old human being under ..., of tho CiHirch of Ch" ... High I
Bugg, 20, PO they could get mar- other gear. address by Peruvian president -, Rusk and Foreign Minister Gulfport, formerly of Meridian, these conditions would be Iprlngi"'. I'll lurvlvlng, mombiri, .. ol
family I
in dougntorl M. LIII-
; Latin American produoon -' Gromyko range over possibilities Billy Wayne Posey, 28, Philadelphia -a greater penalty than circumstances Ole ftlloy. High Iprlngi, III.. 4

ried.Bugg Informed a local news' may meet goal for first I' for U. S. Soviet agreements. ; Jerry McGraw Sharpe, 21, call for." ,grondchlldrio 7 ...., froit I.2 groot grlntfchlMrtn griiwctiildrmond I

time this year. and Lee brother. H. S. '
of his 9bftuarits Philadelphia Jimmy Mnoo High Sprlnoi
windfall <
paper mystery : Mrs. Dampier's attorney, 1 Loon, M,.. L.... W.t*.r. Omdm "
and officials at the department Townsend, 17, Philadelphia. Alt, Mrt. Cordlo kMoy. Tu
I -n. fM/11 1 IrLnemMlM IN hl...r. Clayton asked Jurors to remember 1_., AH' Mr. W. M. PrulM,
store where Miss Kremer 5Owa an till, p.0. More About Price said Saturday that the that her statementwas 0_.'.,, All. Aetlvo ..II...".'.
I 18 who at wllTom Crlwnyd. L. V. Mi...
men were questioned
worked noted |500 missing and MRS. A. J. POGUE that of a 17-year-old girl L. W. Fiwlor. Junior .''eh.,..-
put two and two together.The the naval base were kept In separate ion, ...,.. for,..', and. Ft o Mrt
I obtained by two experienced PMmor.. Acllvl ..II........ will moot
girl also admitted sending HIGH SPRINGS Mrs. A. rooms and the agents told policemen after "between four 01 tho Homo .t t:tl p.m H.".."
(I..P WlrHhoto It ... Sun) GOPFrom him "All the others pollboorort will nuot ol tho church"
Roy K. Moore, 49, ot the $100 to a garage to pay for repairs J. Pogue, a resident of this i : are eyewitnesses .and five hours of Interrogation. ., I.41 p.m. "rl..... will bo meal..
area for the past 42 years, died and they are trying tout od ot .... .homo brloro Iho MrylcMfrom
on Bugg's car. .
FBI, was the agent In charge Page 1 > it on o w ..m. until' 1:20: pMiw ....
Friday night at her home after you. diy. DocombK 4th.PRICt .
,. ol the Investigation Into the He also noted that her "con-
Rainey said that during the
Mlwliilppl civil rights mur 17. a lengthy Illness. She wan of New York, and William W. Association, said the resolution four-hour Interrogation at the fession" wasn't a confession.I for, Mil.M... r fonnio NNIt frlco. Pun.,ogo
ders. L Scranton of I "She denied bo hold 01 11 tt ".M. ......,, ..
Story en Page Mrs. Pogue was born In Clay Pennsylvania -' "describes the kind of a national naval air station, the federal repeatedly any t, ,... ol etturcn oh of God 0combor by

County Ala., and moved to the said the resolution was a dear chairman I don't think w. agents asked him to submit to a prior knowledge of the robbery ,.nth. N,. I with tldor jomn wit
ni tho
conducting torvkoi Burn
call for Burch's removal. and she said she
lie-detector test. wa will ,...,_ ,
High Springs community with have I bo In 0 Comotory sand*
The other Beatles visited her She said tile other morning I "I said no," Rainey said. He asleep when it I took place," mo dlroctlon, of Oorioy'l (._.1 Nom.
family. operated a The governors also pushed we need a change and I think Mrs Prk.. who 'Hvod .1172001. Ird
w Alngo Starr in the hospital Sat- farm on Route 1 end was a trough statements en civil said he distrusted the devices. Clayton A.,,.. ale Docombor 5. "o< following
we're .
going to It. tondod Illnwi lurvlvlng mmiblri oftho
:iuday One of them found that a member of the High S p rings rights[ and political extremism He said the state's case fomlly ... t torn. Loo ond. JumnPrko
Church of Christ She was the similar based on Florida law which of Golimvlltor' ond. ono .......
to those defeated Some
=Rlngo's voice had changed by sources at the conven- Trio Honored tor, M,.. Srnoitlno ohiw gf No* York
widow of A. J. Pogue, who died Goldwater forces In the bitter tion said the Burch-must-go allows a first degree murder City

HllghUy since Ills tonsils were last January. wrangle at the San Francisco At ConferenceThe charge against anyone who.

removed Wednesday. I Survivors Include two daugh- convention in August. feeling was growing within the

Starr, 24, drummer of the jon, W. E. Pogue, High party. These sources said ten University of Florida pre- Diabetes Test Gainesville Sun

singing clutched his Springs, and Mrs. Ltsslit Car The governors said they "sup- members of the Republican National sented citations of merit to three
group penter, Birmingham, Ala.: a port all necessary action, publicor Committee met here the visiting delegates to the Caribbean Publishtd tvtnmgi' gxctpt
throat and said "It hurts when SoHjrdoy, and Sunday mart
: to
private root out discrimination
Kits Available
son W. E. Pogut, High other day and estimated that Conference as a special I 'Ingi by the Gainttvlll Publishing
I laugh." Springs; one brother, H. S. and the effects of dla- there will be enough votes to feature of this week's lath annual Company ot .1 101 5E

Beatle George Harrison used 6 1 Jones, High Springs; thret crimInation throughout the force Burch's resignation at the session on the University Here for Free 2nd Ploct. Gainesville Florida
; United States. We will not itop I and entered o> second close'
sisters Mrs. Lura Webber
a throat spray on Starr as a fag committee's Chicago meeting campus. motttr at the Post Office ot
short of this
.. Gadsen, Ala, Mrs. Cordle La. goal. Jan. 22-21 Honored for their
during the hospital visit. :.: .A!..._ I specific Operation Diabetes, a program Golnojvillt"' Florida.CIRCULATION .
,TT"You do talk a bit funny," UP Wlritnilt .It tht luni key, Talladega, Ala., and Mrs The governors also said they On the other side Govs. CM duties related to health and wel-\ which permits residents MTIS IT

.;;. :ulpped Harrison. Actor Steve Cochran has W. M. Prultt, Goodwater, Ala.; vigorously oppose all forms of Ford Hansen of Wyoming, and fare' In the Caribbean were Mrs. to test themselves for diabetes,' CARRIIR OR MAIL

J Deports said Rlngo's nasal denied charges ef singer four grandchildren, 12 great arrow political radicalism, Paul Fannin of Goldwater' Janeiro Schmid of Washington begins today.Sponsored 'I t week. ..41I
grandchildren and seven great- whether of the the left D. C., Robert L. King of Austin M... $115
Jones are a little clearer now. Ronle Rie, U, thai he beater right or home state of Arizona laid they by the Jaycees the
great grandchildren. which seek to the orderly Texas and Harold W. Brownof All moil tutucrlptloni must
and tied) her ,p with neckties disrupt
would not have of the
approved Intended
-ARMS New York. operation Is to help bt pai4wi. advancg.
COST after she spilled a drink MAGGIE VAUGHNMrs. development of the great experiment statement If they felt It a citizens find
in was The awards were presented by out if they are suffering Member of Audit, Bureau of
of Defense Robert In his home He told news- self-government call for the removal of Burch, from the disease. Circulation, .
he did Ml touch Miss Maggie Vaughn 6), Rochelle that Is the United States." University President J. Wayne
mea ,
M, a Tuscon, Arts lawyer AD miMrlol' ctnttlnod Mrtln U
S. McNamara said Saturday ,
lelts and Conference Director have
died Wednesday at her Jaycees distributed
k.. 1 testing tin tnttrty X IM OUnMvllltPublliMng
Go*. Robert E. Smiley of Idaho picked by Goldwater to the
run ..
iiellrnlnarj estimates of nextfear's home follwolng a long Illness.! Dr. A. Curtis Wllgus at the conclusion kits to drug stores throughout c..._. let IH4. *
chairman of the Governors In wnMo In part Mllrlclly
party machinery. troductlon tr
defense budget& indicate GOING? She was a native of Florida of the four day session I Gainesville, called DrIPak forWddon without IM wrlttmotmtluHn

it will be slightly below fM bll-\ and a member of the Third Saturday. Testing Kits. Kits are free. I tf IM ubiithttr.. .

lion.McNamara Marshal Radios. Y,Mallnov Bethel Baptist C bur c h of
.. spent two hours at t sky, Soviet de- Rochelle. Snowball Party in Miami

: the White House going overbudget fense minister Survivors Include her husband

{ figures with President; ls the subjectof Richard Vaughn of Rochelle Turns Into Wild Melee .0

Johnson He said receat econo- widespread ,. ; two daughters, Mrs I II
.. -inlcs In the Department of Defense speculation amspeculation Hattie Bronson of Rochelle and

: wW permit a substantial i I 1 Mrs. Letha Washington of Tampa MIAMI, Fla. (AP) A pre-I The air was filled with snow

+'I t cut in new spending authority' among diplomats ; seven sisters, Mrs Patsy Christmas snowball party for balls. Adults, many carryln

; requested for the fiscal year In Mos Morgan of Laurel, Fla., Mrs. children erupted Saturday Into awild (Infants, retreated behind parked

.. 1968, which begins next July K cow. They won- Lula London of Mt Dora, Fla, melee that had youngsters cars or beyond the range of

: The most recent estimate of f der whether he Mrs Minnie London of St Pet willing police and firemen with young arms.Firemen :

: 'spending for the present year Is i will be forced ersburg. Mrs. Rosa Carder ofNew wet, hard bans of Ice. were called la to

|49I billion McNamara said, to folk his Mtllntvikyi York N. Y., Mrs. Elsie The party, sponsored by businessmen wash down the artificial snow

: and the new budget should be i former chief Nikita Khrushchev Robinson and Mrs Lee E. London began Innocently with hoses. I

: pretty close to the same level. Into retirement. both of California, and enough when six tons of powdered The boys counterattacked, wA

Mrs. Annie B. Williams of Orlando Ice were dumped at an pelting police and firemen with ,

.. ; Intersection in suburban Coral snow that packed to the hardness -

Two brothers Henry Londonof Cables. of Ice In the IO-de II'fe-plUI
: Off
to a Running Shu.tIII Galnrsvlllt and Calitt L London About half the 300 to 400 children temperature. .

I of Orlando; (Iwo sons In. on hand for the festivities Finally\ the snow pile disappeared

'Jeanic' law Dave Bronson of Rochelleand went wild. Shouting and under the streams 01 <

Competition Van Ie Washington of Tam- screaming, they pushed clawed dis-persed

pa; six sisters in law; two and struggled Into the pile of laughing and shoutini
.:. Her real name Is Sharon, butshe's first place scholarship worth randchildren. white stuff. None was hurt seriously although -

trying to change It to 11,000. Four runners up chosen Most were boys under U. and several suffered b1ood7.;

: Jeanie Just for a weekend as maids will each receive 1200) many had never seen real slow notes. I
UF To Host -
: Sharon O'Steen, II year-old scholarships 0. Lee Gordon 1

: coed at St, Petersburg Junior
College and daughter of Mr and Team Nurses"A Demand Topping SupplyFor 1

: Mrs. W. R. Preston of Mlcanepy. -
.. select of IS invites you to a grand opening of
tlrtady Is on her way to group nurses showing
becoming the Stephen Foster from hospitals throughout the State CarpentersDemand 1

:.: Memorial celebration's "Jeanie stale' meet at the University of
*C With the Light Brown Hair.1" Florida Hospital! this wefk for for carpenters In Florida I case b Huntsville, Ala. in Mercedes Benz Motor Cars

:- a seminar In "team mining" Is higher now than at any; which the National Labor Relations

.. Last week she was named to .t Team nursing, as defined by previous lime la the last five( Board intervened m a atReplicars

represent the Tampa area In workshop coordinator LuHlIt rears, a labor union official told labor Jurisdictional dispute.

:. the state wide competition for Mercadanle of the UF Teaching iwntty of Florida students f ""'eleel the NLRB set a dangerous -,

the title.Jeanie" will be select- Hospital, is a system which provides Friday' night I precedent which is floe
: ad at the celebration Inc.
more Individualized HUTS- Jack: Sheppard International helpful to avoidance of disputes ,
Brown hired Sharon la a big care for patients.A representative of the CarI ," he said.

i craduate of P. K. Yonge High team generally! Includes a penter's Union, in a talk to Sheppard also claimed Chat

-School: and Is a music major at .. 1a I registered mine as "team leada students of the University's de-I under the Landrum Grtffitr bin 115 S. E. 2nd Street
.. St Petersburg Junior
College ," a practical nurse and one partment of building construction : the U. S. Government spends lit

At the Tampa audition Sharon or two nursing assiiUnu. said construction workersare milfioa annually to police labor

had to perform two of Stephen I Workshop participants the not being trained fast I unioa officials hr misuse ef Gainesville, Florida :.

Foster's songs and one show three day session win be given enough to meet the demand. !funds but h the last year .be-

tune. from "Brlgadoon" 1 actual work experience as memvrt -1 Sheppard criticized: goverv 'ore the bill became effective

At stake for Sharon and tht' of teams In Ta'kxw! 'hotpital me, I Interference In the roe act misuse was intimated at

20 or more finalists will be alT sites O'STu: I tuning depa UiMutj. 4Uw.U field citing a recta,i is tenth of this amount

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OF '*,"

1 Facing Facts


,*.....lNr| PAY COWCIfc VIM Prwl.ft On Russia
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.Vle, ntiMnl. and Circulation MmH.?. By RALPH MeGIII \
Pale... tnt WMtJnt PuMMMTi WASHINGTON The world Isn't jetting the trot about ;
THE SUN'S POLICY .... An....., (...) CMMMIM the real reason why Russia is refilling to pay iI

the United Nations. Neither the United States nor any other <<
:. Report hi new. fully and Impartially In he news column 'TwoKinds in has ventured to define the basic ta- ,
fxpren. the opinion' of the Sun In-but only "In- dltoroli.! Western government In the Soviet
sue There Is, In fact an Ironic
I. Publish sit side of Important conMwtrilol liiuti. several million dot
refusal to make payments on Its debt of

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 OfCongolese' lars to the United Nations. For the amounts owed by Russia

r were spent by the U.N. In an attempt to defeat the objectives -

of Moscow's expenditures! of probably a billion dollar
a year In carrying on revolutionary movementi on nearly every -

"A minimum housing codeis continent
A Canadian woman missionary The dispute over the payment of UN. "dues" Is a technU

rescued from the ferocity i -- cal one. "The Soviet Union has been keeping up with Its regular -

unnecessary"MAYOR of Congo! u rebel dues but refuies to pay certain special "assessments"which
connection with the expenses In-
laid "It must be remembered have been levied In

there are two kinds of curred by the United Nations In trying to maintain peace In

i: HOWARD McKINNEY Congolese Our kind believe the Congo, the Middle East and other areas

j fervently in our Lord Jesus
Christ They are wonderfully THE SOVIET UNION contends that It did not vote for such

good, kindly people. They are projects and Is not obligated under the Charter of the U.N. to

On August 5, 1961 horrified by what has hap pay for them. An "advisory" opinion obtained from the

pened." International Court of Justice declared that "assessments"for

Having described one kindof i' !N. forces should I

Congolese she did not considered as obligatory due
need While this tends to upholt f
to elaborate on the se
cond. Nor was there reason, the concept that all assessments t

the dead being all about her, Voice of the People must be paid If a f

to comment on what bad hap- / member Is to be permitted to 8I

pened to hundreds of the continue to vote In the General

good kindly Congolese. I Assembly, the fact remains
--.On The Sim's Opinion Page that there is no specific

A MAP OF the world's religions obligation on this point

reveals that the vast 0,I.!*M red c............ .f I.. ,..... sae w. tm I IN the v.... .f the INpie! e.I"", ., L.".>* set forth In the Charter of the
top half of Africa Is mint b. tl'M* end k.., the wnlw I (..,.... ......,.. will ho vithktW. If r<'''II'('. A Ie".. .h.... Itself.
I largely wf .....* 500 wad .nd mutt k, writtt '? Mly Sal ..., ,' ln( MMI fotrv MUM k. u..... lee organization
Moslem. The Christians are Inn Move tfc. rlf M .. rtlMl are $aMa M M tit wit* II, without thinilKfl sbe wrtftc ", .,..1It M Not only la the Moscow
there. But their numbers are 1IteIIt.

small. There are tiny areas Whatever this behavior mad a considerable contri- government Involved. but the
j of Christian concentration at Cusscs Over'Observercus' other Communist bloc countries
TF three points the Med- means whatever bundle of bution to our society Thirdly have been coerced by

Iterrsnean. attitudes was responsible on I live In a world In which the Soviet regime Into a refusal 1

Is Moslem territory where this occasion random observation my race is In a minor! I y. also to pay any "..

five times each the seems to show that a lot My children and my c h I IIdren' i- sessments" levied by the U.N.
day EDITOR Sun Is
: Enough
of drivers are not much con-
faithful children will have to In connection with Its peacekeeping
called to
are prayer enough! During the
put campaign cerned about reducing this
In conflict for the nastiness operations.
their faces turned toward
we bar Spartacus !in particular driving hazard.
of in
Mecca. the Voice of the People section men my genera Proposals have been a d ,
I It does not rain often, but tion. Finally hatred feeds
Christianity makes a thin and find
new we Observ- vanced recently that the S c
line down the west coast of crcus (Wed., Nov 25)). when it does rain thee "nonheadllghters" upon hatred, and the hating curity Council of the U. N
Africa. It begins roughly at make the risks Individual damages himself.
should voice
have a In
Dakar in Senegal. There Is Has the Sun staff nothing greater. In the words of Brooker T. approving

t a small area that extends better to do than to play the Washington: "Let no man or disapproving the
need .slogan but
childish of Maybe we I new special assessments
through former French hold- game writing illly pull you so low as to make
In 1950 when this
even sam
letters and placing them in to add to our list ("Safety "
Ings to Lake Chad. Another you hate him.
council called
the various
the Letters section under First, "The Life You Save
Location: Within the city limit of Galneavllle. No tub or lavatory or thin line into runs southward tocxpind Roman like aliases? Theyare .," Watch That Child!") I would recommend for our member nation to send
!j running water of any kind In the houa Drinking water obtained from t Republicof a waste of space and add 5. time the Incredibly profound troops into Korea to repel an
South Africa. Most of How about "Rain! Lights! I
; a city water faucet several blocks away. No screen on any window no dignity to a "responsible" words of a true conservative: Invasion, the Soviet Union
south central "
Is pagan Wipers! or, 'Reduc took it Itself to furnish
, Drainage poor. A widow live In the houae. newspaper. "Blessed are the poor In spirit upon
primitive beliefs Risks Rapldlyl"M.ybe arms and ammunition to the
:. .Blessed are the merciful -
such as animism and the
va- If you resort to such non Red Chinese to carry on their
:. .Blessed are the
rlous worships Involving various sense because of a lack of we need a field peacemakers' Invasion of Korea. No action
2nd of a Series manifestations of deep study to find the reason wby :, ,
readers' letters, say so.: Manyof was ever taken by the United
strongly .held superstitions, your subscribers would be so many drivers are creating J. C. BARNETT Nations to expel the Soviet

---- -- prevail. The presence of willing to fill the apace now unnecessary risks In heavy Union from the Security I

TO GIVE. GOP DIRECTION pagan temples In cities with occupied by these. Imaginary rain Christmas Act Council because of this act
Christian churches is not un of
radicals. If we really knew why, perhaps treason to the organization.
common.A LESLIE C. ELLWOOD this particular risk of Toward Peace .
drive Into the countryon the road could be eliminated
Need 'Golden a holiday or festival celebration ?ercns"("Saartacui"signed names"Observ-and addresses to help reduce our painful EDITOR, Sun: Since THE 'SITUATION remains
a Boy'By will enable one to seethe accident total.
to their letters and
various practitioners of Christmas is t celebration unchanged today. The Soviets
asked that the
"witchcraft" (This Is not a honoring the birth of to still are engaged !In a worldwide
aliases" be used. Eccentric
RICHARD WILSON well as his policies give direction ly can have the kind ,of cohesion well revealing phrase, because perhaps, Mr. Euwood, but Harms "Prince of Peace" perhaps revolutionary movement

Chief, Cewles Washington to the whole party. it needs. the pagan forms of real as are all Sun letters. Multiple others might like to consider which constitutes treason -
worship are quite complex.) agalnat the United N
Bureau EDITORCUS) acting In accordance with I a-
This was belatedly recognized Some of these 'Ju-Ju" men Of Hatred lions Itself.
WASHINGTON Prospects when moderates WHEN THIS has been done the following: The Communists
the were
will clothed
for the removal of Dean trying to stop Gold I WIter' the climate for conciliation Is reed completely suits Drivers UnawareOf "Violence Is abroad in are furnishing arms and sup
National likely to Improve, and voters or grass EDITOR Sun Who bene- our plies and stationing their
Burch as Republican nomination and, more who supported Goldwater out their facet covered with I its from the publication of land: dogs are turned on humans agents In various countries in

Chairman appear remote rylvanla at the last minute. carved masks. Some of these Rain Risks anonymous letters claiming! murder Is with us In Latin America and'
of sober and solid conviction a swell
at this point. There Is, In fact, What is lacking now and Is men wield great and the headlines and TV homes
power to have In
need not be read out of the "proof" of the intrinsic as Africa all with
and the present make up of likely to be lacking for a long are much feared. They may the of are bombed In the North, the avowed
party. Honest differences EDITOR Sun: In heavy Inferiority the Negro purpose of stirring
the committee !la not such as time, Is a single outstanding can be placated by a children in church are killedin
money Saturday ? In trouble
successfully continue In downpour of rain on the latest one (pub- up and o vet-
a big
to be likely to give him a would vote figure around whom mlddlof *. political party. A political gift of a chicken or vege afternoon at J:15, half lished Nov 29) "Reader" ) the South. We rely on the throwing constituted govern
which party
of no confidence the road tables. of annihilation to
Republicans can weapons
untenable.Nor la like a circus tent housing of the cars on West University quotes some eternal truths ments. The United Nations
make his position rally Governor Rockefeller secure our way of life. Vio-
animals. Avenue were going along enunciated by Lincoln In several years now has remained .
many All the tigers THESE MEN cast
spells, lence Is
this so commonplace in
are the Republican gov at one time performed What doea this silent this violation
without 1858. on
are not In one tent, and lights. Now Lincoln was a
function but does not and such Is the psychology our lives that we hardly no-
la Denver in any of
errors meeting the lions In another. behavior mean? somewhat successful politi its charter. Even the
of the culture In some areas tics It. .
a position to dictate his r- longer cian. Politics la the art of the United States has not de-
Senator Goldwater unfortunately that non question the powerof Does it mean that all the
no' a 1, nor to do more possible, and he was speaking "Let us begin to questionthe nounced such activity In ex.
has talked sine the spells to cause death, loss drivers were unaware of the
than divorce their governors in a time of slavery. But today violence of our lives; let pllclt terms Nor has it called .
election about this kind of of property, or a run of bad Increased risks of accident
of be In
Association from Its alllanc Michigan may a position us bring love and understand upon the United Nations toobtain
segregation, with ail luck such as the loss of crops. caused by driving In the we have no excuse for
This to to the they
with the committee. arrangement up national ing to our families. Let reaped by the Soviet
the liberals In one party and Fetishes, charms, and amulets rain without their lights on? holding<< these views We have us
leadership level !If he Union
was artfully contrived begin I with our children. for the principles ol I
abundant evidence that
do seen
all the conservatives In an are commonplae Doe It mean that they
by then National can convince enough Republicans Ought to them the U.N. chart e r whicl
a year ago we supply ,
Tribal life in Africa know that traffic though men of distinction are
other. H* would be wise to not regulations
William E. that he Is viable ind abounds In
Chairman with the toys that make violence phrases about
discuss this Idea no more and In primitive days, had a history require headlights on rare In all race, no race is
who to become they think they can work with maintaining and ,
was so
Miller, commonplace, it peace respecting
get on with the work of adJusting of highly developed social when It's raining? devoid of men of genius.
Senator Coldwatcr's running<< accepted t b e machine the sovereignty ol
him.But structures. On the West
mate In the W4 presidential In the meantime more his views to the com-. Coast tribe produced Does it mean that their own Snide comments concerningthe gun, the "booby trap," the member nations

election and more Republicans are mon consensus of a broad some observation does not tell them Negro are damaging inseveral armored tank, etc., rather

coming to the conclusion that guaged national political par- magnificent art works, especially an unllghted car In heavy ways. First, such than tools, paints, or the The Soviet Union owes Oil
in Colo 1 lal
ONE CROUP or another, It makes little sense to be ty. carving took n of rain la often barely visible? comments make normal relations books of our and other U.N. approximately $521 million .

defining Its ownprinciples flailing around at one anoth the governors tribal kinship advantage clans to organize Or perhaps this driver behavior with persona of another lands' If we buy only creative which Is mostly la "...

and outlining Its own Ideas, er. On the contrary they need government and 11 occur because of one race more difficult Does my toys this Christmas, it sessments" for Its share of the

will not be enough to rehabilitate to be looking for ways to hold maintain a sort of balance of or more of th* following reasons friend suppose that I harbora can be a beginning a symbol peace keeping expenses In

the Republican Party together and conciliate the 24 Has His Cake power.A : presumption of his Inferiority of our rejection of vio the Mideast and Africa. But

and restore Its'cohesion as million who voted for the Republican look at the of world Too occupied with thoughts (because some membersof lence. this
map is
political organization. nominee In the presidential And Is PleasedTo to do more than drive routinely do)? a relatively small sum
a going religions shows how the Moslem my race apparently "la keeping with Christmas
not responding to compared to
This is not likely to happen election. Ent It religion flowed along the In driving conditions? Secondly they tend to damage as a time of peace and heavy expenditures

until some Individual emerges The moderates do not, of coast of North Africa and Too change lazy to pull the light the self respect of the of \love, let us begin by this by the Communists

who can command the course, buy the conservative III Mm ,... tOms then moved, chiefly down the switch? Afraid the battery person slandered. W.1\ small act )in their rroluiooary I
factions tars that these 28 million WASHINGTON Sudan and along the trade know how well we can per activities.It .
respect of the By giving might run down? Doesn't "If each of us does not 'da
and by his personality as people represent the Cold- up his Senate seat for an routes Into central! and West agree with the regulation form when persons respectus this, who will? If not Is the
now Irresoluteness of
water wing of the party, and Africa ail the across the how below -
unsuccessful run for the way aQ and far the *
presidency It'a sully I can ae* right when? the I
much less the right wing ex- Barry Goldwater lost great skull top of that continent why do I need my lightson mark we fall when treated failure Western nation and the
demist Idea that they made Into the Arabian countries Thus Taken in to face u, to the facts
his position as ranking Republican In the daytime? I wonder with suspicion. we pay context from the which
great advances in the 1964 on the Senate Labor and on into much 0 f why so many can hive their In taws for the plight of people "Friends Journal" and pub- the are making a sham of

EvidenceOf election, and Public Welfare Commit- Russia. There are more persons lights on? This I II fun; I can who If encouraged and lished by the A m e rlca i "assessments.current debit" over UJ*.

mittee. who pr.yl4 God through hardly see where I'm going. helped could have supported Jriends Service Committee For the real
Defense WH IT THE Republican Panty Under Mahomet than through Chrlat themselves and have problem is not related to the
seniority rules the the rain U so heavy perhaps MRS. WILLIARD E. STONE mere of It
will have to do Is what money.
went Jacob
post to K. Javlts
'C back' oldwaler! could not do In the of New York.Undeterred THE WORLD'S five major Is the attitude of the Soviet

1M4 election, shake off the attachment by the fact that religions are Christianity I POTOMAC FEVER and Red China governments
toward the world
of the
Islam Hinduism peace
of the of little
scores Senator Javits
lit NM T ad T M> refused to which 1
WASHINGTON T b are and big extremist organi support his candidacy, the and Judaism. Hinduism Is II the real cause for

was a long line outside the nation which fastened on the Aruonan has asked the New the oldest Its origins g* backat By JACK WILSON, Cow lea Washington Bureau concern

flag officers' mess on the tnlrd party and Its nominee In this Yorker to keep on the com Wait 4.000 years perhaps -
floor of the Pentagon the ether respect the Denver meetingof mittee's payroll two Goldwater S.000. Buddhism is. in a Th. stock market has Its worst setback in mere than a year This war is THERE'S A LONG battle I ;
sense, an offshoot of Hindu getting rourh-povert1'a starting to fight back. ff
day. RepjMican governors nuy appointees In p)000-a- ahead and it win not be woo
This drew comment from lien A Hindu Slddhar III a until
be year Jobs the Washington ,
Gautama born Ml B.C. i la Riuaian space wen say their Zond 2 Mars probe had a government
power failure Mi .
of those for a table -
some waiting propagandawaa Javils, Incredulous said h* take off the gloves and es
what be it's trend-Khnahc..y had the same trouble.
la : a
because there Is seldom effective before and since did not think he would be able now Nepal began gets into the debate, with far

even a small line there. True, the election In identifying Cold- to comply. teaching of this religious philosophy more hard hitting tactl e*
a detachment from Rinro roes Into the hospital for an operation, but kids be
you don't
it was raining tome water Republicans with the need to than have been used before. bIt
material life. The philosophies worry.U'* Just tonsilar not tonsorialRobert
I had another I -
explanation. kooky elements In politics What is really seeded Is aa
I of Shintolsm Taoism and
Goldwater Republicans and The of the of Confucius Welch tile Birch boos h voted t exposure of the facts concerning M
us* paperbackbook have. In s om nays rep.allhe Declaration r
Only the day before, they ether Republic, rightfully Incfepod.ftt. Soviet and Red C IIJo b
I as a means of bring areas, overlaid It. In the 13th .. Q.etkm Is, will England make u* pay for that tea before
(he official Defense resented this and showed It they Utu these iIIfI1lraloa" sub*
I ing the classics and Important century B.C. Motes was call.log com back?
< Department prohibition at th* convention In San Francisco books of the day to all "Hear. Oh Israel The version inching: financial

gainst the acceptance of (ills But by expressing their tilt people at low It Is Lord our Cod I II GIlt Cod." Republican Youns Turks In the House plot against their conservative support for student group bodies JIoI

from defense contractors had adopt resolution against extremism probably (he most Important But in 1K4 there are still It won't work the old timers art too oU to let a harem elders and other revolutionary tilt I.

I gone Into effect That ruling they left a bad aftermath cultural development of this vast areas In which live mil- scar 'em. la many countries to Ir

It was observed, applies to which will have toM century. (Dawpwl Time- lions of persons who are bally Then there was this ny who started not I" lee "n r rhei "4 ..... lull,. world where disorders several have ..
lunches too. eliminated before the par- Democrat) pagan. a bird brain. late been going on for h

A, years now.iaft 1.4A .


Gaineiville Sun Sunday. December 6. 1964
Sunday School, 10 a.m. and There will be no admission

News of Special Interest prayer meeting, 11 ..m. Rev.R price at the Pillar, Ground of
( I : J. Galnous, pastor; Mrs. F. Truth Church.
iammrilfeFlorida' D. Shannon, reporter. The public I Is invited. Mrs.

Utt To the Colored Hnpcwell Baptist Sunday F. D. Shannon, reporter
CommunityNews School, 10 a.m. Following this
service, the Home Mission will TRAINING OFFEREDA

,. JOHN .. Items for this pare should be directed to Ben F. Child, Colored New meet All members an urged manpower development program
r PAT NARRION.COWLSS.PiuMMtPllHHhfri v... PmbSB Ad I editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send I to be present. Rev, J. Taylor Is being organized by
Beautiful F -, MMNION Vice PmMMtM items directly to the Sun office. pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon, reporter the local employment office.
w '; '' S._H.. |.tr| w. e. turn ,_" trrwuinMtt, Mua .......... will lie Hunt ..i Case 1 Six month courses will be offer
University City' L1 II :L Viet Prn-Onl a.a ae- ed In the following areas: 1,
+. wrtlw Dmcltn 101 1'ARIAOUONI, PARENT CONFERENCENIGHT and night services, 7 p.m. Rev. the relatively advanced workof SILVER TEThe .\ Clerk Typing 2. Auto machln-
,...,..., ..._.
VK ln ClrcuUttH W. J. Taylor pastor; Mrs. Harriet the latter, Rev Williams ladies of the Friendship ic, and S. Body work.
THE SUN'S POLICY There 11'11be\ a Parent Jones, reporter. and others organized the "Dun. Baptist Church ire sponsoring Applications are now being
Teacher Conference at L I In- Breaker Greater Bell Methodist iedin Educational Enrichment a silver tea at the e h arch accepted at the employment of

1. Report tile news fully end Imperially in the ntwi columns. coin High School on Monday, Sunday School, loll: program" (DEEP), Sunday, Dec. 13, (room I .
2. (prtu the epmlont' ot Kit. Sun Irvbut only In -tdilanals.; Dec 7, at 8 p.m. a.m., and morning worship, 11:. This crash tutorial program 6 00 p.m. Everyone Is cordially fice.A person (who Is really con.ccrned .
3. Publish, all sides of Important controversial luutl. This is a regular Par entTeacher 30 a m.. and morning worship, aimed to help students at all Invited to attend. and will like to take this
Association meet I In )I 11:30: a m. Rev. A. J. Anderson, grade levels. When the call for i training could be paid $27.00
The Sun's telephones: All depurliiicnls 3781111"A night but report cards will tx pastor; Mrs Nellie Moore, re volunteer tutors'went out some CHRHTMiS: : P1RTY per week for six months.If .
issued to the parents. porter. 25 whites responded. Most ire 1 The ladies of the Friendship he has to come from a din
Parents will have an opportunity retired teachers, but the group'Baptist Church are sponsoring a tance In the county or from another -
to confer with the teachers ;includes two active teacheri''Christmas party on December county, he can get some
minimum housing codeis on the progress of then I and two principals. tl.\ I compensation lor transportation -
,children. All parents are invited DEEP classes are In sessionall The time and place will be .
to attend.FRIENDSHIP. I day on Saturdays through I'I'I announced later. The local branch of the N.A.A. .

unnecessary"MAYOR out the school year. During I C. P. Is urging all Interest 1
CHOIRS' Summer' vacation months the HOME-COMING: DAY SET ed poisons to lake the advan
UNION DEEP schedule calls for three I! The pastor, officers and members Use o' this opportunity.
HOWARD McKINlSEY The Friendship Choirs' UnIon days devoted to classes each of the Friendship Baptist I For farther Information go to
will hold a very Important week. I Church have set the first Sun. the locnl employment office or
meeting at Greater Bet h e !I Churches provide the classrooms 1 d.iy In Jan., 1061! for their annual rail Thomas A. Wright, FR. .-
A.M.E. Church on Wednesday, while the county provides Homecoming Day ::8.i18.
On August 5, 1961 Dee I, at 1 p.m. off. blackboards and other 1 Extensive plans are In progress -: '
1 The occasion will\ oe highlighted malwlals. English: and Math to make this day a worth,RKCWFS' : GRANTTALLAHASSEE
by a double feature the are the two subjects given most'while experience in terms of ac' : Florida I

monthly inspirational program emphasis."We I tlvitici provided. AIM. University has received
will be and officers found the Negro students 'I I
presented, I /a S59. !10 grant from the National
for next year are. to be elect to be relatively weak In RETURNS TO COLLEGE Science Foundation to
ed. terms of cultural expo u r e,", Miss Rosa Mae Jackson, junior conduct an Earth Science Institute
I The members are urged to the Rev. Williams I't'por Is."Consequently at the Florida Memorial College for Secondary School
be present. we have organ- In St. Augustine returnedto General !Science Teachers.
i. I bed field( trips for them, designed I the college after having I The Institute will run from
PLANS: MEETINGThe DAVIS to give them first-hand spent the Thanksgiving h o I 11- June It to August 11 It will be
I choral group of L o die'' acquaintance with the workingsof days with relatives In Gain directed by Dr Clarence! B. Owens .
No. 113 will meet at the home DAVIS ATTENDS MEETING: : government" cultural events, yule.ItIGlI. : professor of agronomy at
of Mr and Mrs. Charlie Ross, Over four hundred Vocational I and the like. Florida A&M. The IMS Institutewill
of 704 S.W. 5th Terrace, on Dec Agriculture teachers are meeting A measure of DEEP'S s u c- ; SPRINGS: NEWS : mark the second consecutive -
8, Tuesday, at S pm. at Minneapolis! Minn. this 1 ce.M Is the fact that only two Will Celebrate Anniversary : year that FAMU has re-
week for the Annual National of the Integrated Negro students The Sunlight Pallbearers relived an NSF grant for an
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Vocational Agriculture I \ have had to repeat a Lodge No. 101 will celebrate earth science Institute

Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday Teachers' Association Conven grade.! transferees are Its anniversary Sunday, Dec Dr Owens also had charge
School 9 30 a.m.; morning woe tion.L.. also The Negro general acceptanceIn *, at 3 pm. at the Shiloh tap-lof the previous Institute. Major ).
hip, 11 a m.; Baptist TrainingUnion !! V, Davis, (above) vocational school finding and extra currlcular list Church. objectives) of the Institute,
5:30: p.m.; and evening agriculture teacher at Lincoln sports Williams adds. The guest speaker on the occasion according to Dr Owens are to:
worship, 7pm. There will be High School. In the official activity, will be the founder and (f I) provide high school science I I-
mid-week Meditation Services'delegate from the Florida As 'CONFERENCE builder, Mrs Mattie Shaw-Co-I teacher who have had

Tuesday, 7:30: p.m.; Youth Forum sociation. At the regular meeting of the hens. 1 Ittle or no formal training In
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., and The NVATA Is made up of Lincoln High School PTA on Following the innlver II ry, earth science with background
Iso the choir will have its rehearsal over 10,000 teachers of vocational tomorrow night at I pm. In dinner will be served I materials' concepts, theory es,
S p m; Teachers' Meet. agriculture from all states the school auditorium parentswill The Lodges Nos. 233, 44 and principles and practices In geology
ng Thursday, 7:30: p.m.; and plus Puerto Rico. There are 12 have an opportunity to others, whose names were meteorology! and soil\ science "
the choir will again have its rehearsal members In the Florida Association. meet with the teachers who available, are expected to be so they may bee o m s

Friday, a p.m. Rev. T. teach their children and receive present Elder C. W. Moore, broader and more competent In
A Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther Walter Romell, of Bangor, their report cards. president Rev. N. A. Jackson, this area of science teaching,
Location: Within the city limits of Gainesville. No tub or lavatory or W.' Hamm, reporter Mich, Is president of the Nation Parents! are urged In take pastor, UI[ ) provide grounds on which
I l running water of any kind In the house. Drinking water obtained from Mt. Herman Baptist-Sunday al Association; James Walls, advantage of this opportunityin teachers of science may meet
i a city water faucet several blocks away. No screens on any windows. Sthool ':30 a m; morning wor- Lincoln, Neb., Is executive secretary order to help the childrenuse 'RETURNS ROM HO.SPITAL and exchange views and experiences
Drainage poor. A widow lives In the hou!!e. hip, 11 a m.; Baptist You r(1 ; Robert Howey, of Syca their potentials to ire max Richard Carter, who was a related to the leachingof
cople's Union S 30 p.m.; and more, III, Is treasurer; and (imum degree.ENGAGEMENT. patient at the Veterans Hospital science: ((3))) create greater
"vening worship 7 p.m. There Elvin Walker of Norman Park,I! at Lake City, has returnee mutual understanding and appreciation
2nd of Series will be prayer meeting and also 3a., Is vice president of RegionS ANNOUNCED: to Galnejvllle and was reported of the teaching probe i
I a Bible class for teachers Tuesday of which Florida Is one of Mrs. Estelle: [e 08. announces as much Improved. lima faced by teachers of science
7:30: p.m. Rev. Richard seven states of this region. Ih'l I the engagement of her it the various academic
--.--- -- --- Harrison, pastor: Mrs. Clarence There will be a business daughter, Jeannette, to Joseph ALAOIUA NEWS levels, and ((4) expose i elf me 4w I

I TO GIVE COP DIRECTION Brown, reporter. ing of the NVATA In ,Cutchins Jr., son of Mr and P.T.A. MeetingTliu teachers to many of the natural .
Greater Ft. Clark DapliileSunday sessions, Region "V" business Mrs Josepeh Cutthlns, Sr,, Parent phenomena that can he
School, 10 a m., preach- meeting special meetings\ a I of Rallegh N.C. Teacher Awn used to stimulate\ Imagination
ng 11 a.m.; and preaching I dinner for the Stale. Associatlon'l Miss DcBose, a member of elation of A L Mebane Schim and \the desire to seek the
I Rain, Communion ) pm. Rev presidents combined the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will hold Its meeting at theschuieul truth.
Need 'Golden Boy'By W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. May. with other agricultural groups Is s senior at St. Augus on Monday at I p m., The area courses will review .
ola Chatman. reporter. education, and general business tin.'. College, at Rill.I I g h, Dec 7. fundamental and recent
.. I Emanuel Baptist Sundayschool session( of the American Voca- The parents patrons and other >- developments and techniques

RICHARD WILSONChief well 11 his policies give direc ly can have the kind of cohesion 10 a m.; morning worship tional Association which Include,I NCMr, Cutchins, Jr., Is ilwi a Interested friends are urged In the field. Their content Is
it needs. I 11 am.: B T. U., 6 30, all vocational education Irouptl.I senior at St. Augustine's College l to be present designed to provide Intellectual
Cowles Washington lion to the whole
party. 1 and evening worship 7:30: p.m Ther first general session of and a member of Omega' background and enrichment
Bureau This was belatedly recognized WHEN THIS has been done Choir No 2 will have Its rehearsal the NVATA began Saturday,! Piil Phi Fraternity. A LAND MARK so that the participants may
WASHINGTON Prospectsfor when the moderates were the climate for conciliation is Monday 7:30: pm., Dec 5, at 10 a.m. and will\ close)I The wedding Is planned fur Bible Thought "010 I M s dare acquire the kind of understandIng -
the removal of Dean trying to stop G o 1 d w a t- and prayer meeting Tuesday 7:Mpm. with the Ships AVA Program on Dec. 26.The ye. when men shall revile that can be most effectively *
Burch ss Republican National er'. nomination and more likely to Improve, and Choir No 1 will have Thursday afternoon, Dec. 10. you and persecute you and utilized In the classroom.
Chairman appear remoteat sylvania at the last minute. who supported Goldwater out III rehearsal Thursday, 7.Mp : Panel of teachers, stale supervisors family ;of ;the late Mrs shall say all manner of evil The courses *lll be taught by
this point. There Is, In fact, What is lacking now and Is of sober and solid conviction m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor: leather trainers and C. G. Manna wishes to hank' against you falsely, for my scientists and teacher of exrep.
and the present make up of likely to be lacking for a longtime need not be read out of the Mn. M. E. Middleton, reporter others will present Interesting everyone for kindness shown sake Rejoice, and be exceeding Lionel ability who have exprr
the committee is not such as Is a single outstanding party. Honest differences can discussions during th* convert-i ilion during our bereavement. Mn glad: fur great Is your lance In teaching the subject
to be likely to give him a vote figure round whom middle- successfully continue In a big. Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion- week Mable Lewis and family. reward in heaven: for so persecuted to Individuals' who have
of no confidence which would of the road Republicans can political party. A political party Qiunh School, 10 a.m.; morning The National Convention will they the pro ph. II had no formal training earth
untenable.Nor Is like a circus tent housing Love Feast, Uam afford an opportunity for those knee.
make his position rally. Governor Rockefeller worship, NOTICE which were! before you. Matthew
it one time performed this many animal All the tigers I ; and evening worship, who attend to meet and exchange The S. Marlon Werkl Clubof :3 I Ml. The Institute I Is a full lime
are the Republican Denver governors in function but does not any are not In one tent, and communion, 7 pm. Ideal and experiences to the Mt. Pleasant MethodistChurch itudy with a coordinated staff
meeting In his longer. the lions In another. The Frat Quarterly Confer. better plan programs< of action' will meet at the homeof I btVF71tiO: sucexmL: working ss I teem Upon the
a position to dictate do re- Senator Goldwater, unfortunately flee will be held the second,from the local to the national Mrs Ruby Morrison, on The University City Floral satisfactory completion of the
noval.I nor to more GOV. GEORGE ROMNEYof : has talked since the Sunday; Dec. 13 at this time all level for the yean to come, Monday, Dec. 7, at I pm. Club held Its regular meetingat courses, nine hours will be
than divorce their governors be in election about this kind of political officers for IMS will be Install- ( The members are urged to the home of Mrs .t'ncll awarded to participants.
its alliance Michigan a
Association from may the position segregation, with all id. Rev W. M. Meson, pastor. DEEP BRIDGES CAP be present. Mrs. Alternate Mosley of Ml I E. 14th Terrace For additional Information, In.
committee. This arrangement move up national
with the the liberals In one party and Johnson Chapel Baptist To bridge the educ.tion.I.p)Johnson, president and was successful on tirested ,persons should writs
level if he
con- leadership
was artfully 145 m. between Negro! and white students to pr C B
all the conservatives In another Sunday; School a. ; Owens Director,
trived s year ago by then National can convince enough Republicans He would be wise to I afternoon worship, communion and enable the former SPKtm: !NOTICEThe Wednesday attendants Box 1. Florida AIM Unlverit-

Chairman William E. that he Is viable and discuss this Idea no more and ,_ p.m.. ,U..I30 p m.:. to_ catch up and keep up with University City Temple The was guul ty, Tallahassee, Fla 3U07.Folklore1 .
Miller, who was to become they think they can work with W will not havean
get on with the work of adjusting of Elks! No. TO APPEAR IN CONCERTSThe --- --
Senator OokJwster's running him.But his views to the common election on Monday whkh Birds from ( : Cut a child's finger (
In Song Tamps;
in the 1964 presidential the meantime more : been until the
mate has postponed
consensus a
mils before Its first I
In musical ,
and more Republicans ire Monday at I will appear a concert
election. coming to the conclusion thatit guaged national political par- Lincoln third The Elks who have at the Pillar, Ground of! and II will wind up I thief. If I

ONE: CROtP or another makes little sense to be V- I I,are asked to make their reports. Truth Church on !Sugar Hill today you fall going upstairs, that's a
jj, defining its own principles flailing around at one another The, money raised a rl at I pm Henry Slappy, sign your credit Is getting bet I
and outlining Its own Ideas, On the contrary they need contributions will be used for sponsor I ter. See a while horse, then spit
rehabilitate be for hold drive which will also In rut- ever your little finger, and
I will not be enough to to looking ways to In the SIIII the building fund They appear
the Republican Party together and conciliate the 28 11 fl.' His Cake 4 < will be a public affair. on Saturday steal concert at the Ibady you'll find money soon. Any
who at I m. at: Grove Baptist Church today at brklrgronm who weirs out the
and restore Its cohesion asa million voted for the Republican .1IJr Dee 19, p
political organization.This nominee In the presidential And Pleased ll the hall. I I pm. Lewis C.. Williams.ipufimr suit he wan married In will never
going l M.\K MeCOY and JOYCK KIUKLAM) become
election. Hy The public bt InvltxJ. Mrs wealthy
happen To Eat It
not likely
is The moderates do not of ,Gladys T. Lloyd, daughter ruler 11dULIIuY-t
until some individual emerges the course, buy the conservativelota Ill i.e "... TMMIWASHINGTON 1I I The first basketball game was(vote upon ty homeroom sec-! and reporter
who ran command that these 26 million played Dec J. at Starke. The,Uont.I I
By glving
respect the various factions people represent the Gold- his Senate seat for an members of the boys varsity i The Dukes and Raw Honor ITO rRFJlP-Tr I
and by his .personality isEr water wing of the party, and unsuccessful up run for t the presidency butketball team are as follows: Society( Is asking for the aid of I Sunday, De 6. and Mon % Ii{ "'
much less the right. wing extremist Barry Goldwater lost Norman Anderson and Clarence 'the students and community \bWhelp 'day Dec 7. at no: p m. the )
Idea that they made his position ss ranking Republican (Mills captains), Dewitt Ander I bi their Christmas fund. Academic: Srhmil children at!
Morris Gook et.'tDnToobI. 'They' if have Center would I
advances In the 1964 on the Senate Labor too. are requesting you Sunland Training
Wen co election. and Public Welfare Commitmittee. Kenneth Callow,, Char- any Items that ran be I u4 by iblt| delighted \to Have you wit- I
let Session. Johnny Benson the Honor Society (hey are auk-Lana their presentation of 'Ul
Maurice Alexander, Alfred big that you contact Mr, J. C tU, Abate Him'. a Christmas a
Of Defense WHAT THE Republican Par. Under seniority rules the l','Canon, Joseph Baikin George ,Ita.". or )lr. John Dukes.The play re-enacting the birth of 'r
ty will have to do Is what post went to Jacob K. Janus F a III 1 bier and Oliver ROM; Lincoln Players will prs- Christ whkh will be given Inl
'C"tbllck' Goldwatcr could not do In the of New YorkL'ndeterred I Coach, Mr Ray Washington. (sent Ks tint production of the the main auditorium of the'
shake off the attachment fact that
14 election by the I Members of the girls vanity i)season Wednesday afUnvwn kiDw /Icenter Dennis W. Alexander
of the of lit Senator JavKs had refused .W
Ml vw t- scores basketball are as fellows Bets, Lincoln High School Auditorkirn .(coordinator; Miss. EdIJT a ,
WASHINGTONThere: tie and big extremist _IanI- support his candidacy, the tie Fanson. Minnie Perry Breiw during regular Senior I!lor Mrs. Matt Shuman and|I IM1I.
outside the nations which fastened on the Arizonan has asked the New Jane William M. Davis
wIS' long cure da Mitchell. -tnbIy. \ RmaMi ipon-.
' on the third party and Us /IOII r.Ht. la this Yorker to keep on the com' Frank Easlon
oflicerS' mess Ruby Thomas The Utle of the play Is -..
I' floor of the Pentagnn the 1h respect the Denver meetingof mittee's payroll two Goldwa- Ethel Hunter Sherly ShcO Cynthia .' Scene, by Donald Else. I
Repjhlican governors nuy let appointees la 12atl0Oa.:! mot--
4 er Cooper Mary Scott and\,The leading character RobertTtmplm .GLUT
, This'drew comment from be useful fear Jnbe.taros Lr** ..1IIJ 1lll. Coach Mrs. is portrayed by Johnny -: The choir of the !Shady Grov'
MM of those ...Urg for a ta- Democratic prop g a I d a incredulous said he M Wright\ | Moore Roberts friend Is :Primitive Baptist Church w i II I, t t.
ble because there to. "l*>m was effective before and since did not think be would be able On November 71. the General portrayed by Wilbur Jarkson,'serve as gu *UhMr at the MtCermet '
even a small line there. True the election In Identifying Gold- to comply Stills Cooperation presented S'a Mother portrayed by Cornilu *- Primitive Bapdti
K was rsliung. but some observers water Republicans with the lecture n die products of sys. Raws her daughter portray.ed .I Church at Orala. NW, lib
had another explana kooky elements to politics.Coldwiter theta rubber' tars ef yean U: by Diane M(. ..I. a gran-(Street today H Jpm.Cars ,
flea Republicans and Tie use ef the paper-tack come and eipersnenu. jester; portrayed by Willie will leave the church
Only the day before they other Republtras. rightfully book, as a means of 'ragIng TIlt students council Leaned Us Fred Carter, and a girl portray. here at 1 pm.
noted the official DefenseDrparlmeat resented this and showed t I the dats.cs and Important monthly newsletter this Issue',ed by Jolts! WUliaiM.I Vauiors and friends are IInvkreet t
prohabtoaagainst : at the convention .in San Fran- books of the day to all .as connrong projects and the I I With tfcis fait and the fine Mrs. f D. $barwsras. repeater '
the acceptance of gifts cue. But by npnssmg her! the pre' pe' at low -eit IsprokiNy yearly csfandar. It also sneWrdapropoMd dinctJon ef Mr, Kadunlelpark I Rev, R. J. Gsiaous, pOILRCM **- \
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defense contractors had adopt! sgaiasl the mod important a speech
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m. WOI C Dora I. Turns, HI I. M Villa _'I 5515. .ttr''vin' | p.rMn.l pnfttrty, M.III Pryto G.. .". J ., 11. Sank.vile. -
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Involved in accidents reported -504 SE 14th Lane, at 10:40 p.m. Ter. and Janis P. Dilgren 2006 1150....Md..,... WIWl. Rco......... I........ Rgktrt a arawn. Wlnltr ,..rtCon _'.... fraNIe s1k501 oN $35'_... ,4 Friltrnltv, Hew. M WIN drlwr "- lI"l Carol Hill, II ftllnMvlll..
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by the Gainesville Police Friday at E. University Ave NW 40th Ter. at 1:29 Friday -mo. Jr., .. .
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Department and the Alachiia and 14th St. at NW 16th Ave. and 23rd ee. -- J50 H. _15110510._ 1171_ 'log. lit a It ..yo. ft. T t- a minor 1$50 c ... Gvlll.' .
County Sheriffs Office during Lynda K. Standrldge 2130 --'"
1 during the past 38 noun were: NW 55th St. and Thomas R. St.Don R. Stevens 2124 Haw. r'IUeMTUee O Is.auRNnuse s.ise.- PIR1dITURnatwnlal euavmual 'unNnuas a euRNITURI @imP PURNITU5e 1MMfT

Henry C. Grimes, Campville, Mama, Satellite Beach, at 10:35: thorne Road and Richard M.
Fla. and an unidentified vehicle p.m. Friday at NW 16th Ave. Cross, 220 C Flavet HI. at 1:03:
at h...? a.m. Saturday atC and 13th St.Sylvester p.m. Friday at SW 2nd Ave. and :-'::., "furniture city"tr
University Are. and 12th St. M. Hughes 111 SE 6th St. '
Norman E. Clark, Rt. 1 and 11th Ave. and Walter Holton, A. J. Land, 410 NW 19th Lane ,. 1001 wonderful buys '

Freddie J. Miller 201 SE 70th 715 NW 14th Ave., at 9:30: p.m. and a parked car, at 115: p.m. at
It., it 59: a.m. Saturday at Friday at 500 SW 4th Ave. Friday in the 110 block of NW
NW It th St. and 23rd Blvd. Tan L. Belson S SW 12th St. 16th Ave.

Frederick D. Tan C Y III, and a pedestrian, at t p.m. Fri- Marie T. Johns, Earlton and
University of Florida and Daisy day at W. University Ave. and Sammie K. Burden 2910 Nt + + Ir i t' 19 S.E. ht Ave.You'll .
Commerce St. 14th Drive, at 5:04 p.m. Fridayat ,
M. Days, lOll NE 22nd St., at r
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i I Ambers Welch 410 SW Ith find comfort fora
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at E. University Ave. and 3rd
British Chief St. at 200 NW 8th Ave. king in one of these
Barbara P. Hamilton 1115
To Confer Donmorlta Ford Daytona NE 9th Ave. and Harold H.
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day at W. University Ave. and ,iw'PERSONAtL't
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at 1:38: p.m. Friday at ,., art a many
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HOUSTON Texas H. L Hunt of Dallas, Texas, one of
the world's. richest men, has become t newspaper columnist cH

The oilman, who Is 79, and who has long dabbled In politics
Is offering a weekly column to non-daily newspapers anda
flve-timee-a-week column to about 150: dally newspapers in wrappings
the United States. glamorous

The Houston Chronicle, largest newspaper In Texas, was
the first daily to accept the column-it $5 a week.
Hunt was so delighted with the Chronicle's acceptancethat : A'd greetings
he had copies made of the telegram of notification and #
sent them to his mother-in-law and sister.Hunt's -
columns oppose coexistence, disarmament, and -
foreign aId, or they praise the virtues of free enterprises,
fiscal economy, and low taxes. He has had a lifelong ambition
to be a professional writer.
Until his column offering, Hunt was an Inveterate writerof
letters to the ,editors of newspapers all over the nation. It
Is expected that now that his offerings are for sale his letter
writing will cease.Character.

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Beautify New Park MEXICO, CITY (AP) police His,credentials showed he was' II j: : Ii7tIiItSii

wonder what to do with an actor an 'acrobat, clown, tightrope'I
Gainesville's Smokey Bear Park, a project of the Gainesville Rotary Club, who borrowed a policeman'suniform walker,
got a big assist from the Junior Women's Club Thursday Led by Mrs. Perry because he was ventriloquist, magician,
Moore (center, abort), chairman for conservation of natural resources, the cold, he said-and, was found fire eater and folk baUet'per.. r
group put In azalea plants to beautify the future park, located on NE ISth Issuing traffic tickets to motor former, police said 'as they I i ,
Street behind the fire tower. At left I* Mrs. Thomas P. ,Hicks and at the ists In a new housing development mulled over how to dispose of
right, Mrs Hunter Foster. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) his case.

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: Damen discuss China's culture I circuit In the South, are send' men to debate the pro!>>' ing.
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; I Do his shopping now end avoid
$3 Million Johnson Makes Bal11 rushed decision get better seltc
Clone Choose family furniture' ?

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than $3 million In'county Sfrui flark limri crisis,> some businessmen are mpl. modem motif, ond available In
property taxes for the new By THOMAS E. MIULANEY; now concerned about administration ) I on almoit unlimited, rang of fobrlct' .
E grit wood fmlthti' Iron light blond.
r fiscal year already baa been N.Y. Times Financial EditorNEWlORKPmldent efforts at a "managed In It to dark mahoganlti and blocki,
paid.70.S of the total tax roll, economy" technique. Others I Pay by week or month! W. handleour
Shellle McKlnney. tax collector Johnson own financing' t Thii It truly equality
said last week. pulled up on the reins recognize however the need piece of furniture ot a low
last week on one segment of For presidential leadership In I Walk. puke Crmot. now and w.11
McKInney said that collections business banking and got: these economic areas. of to gladly hold It until 01THI ,.......
are far ahead of last a prompt and satisfactory
year's payments in amound collected though reluctant response. 1 One observer suggested that to ( )
although about the same Seeking to halt President Johnson's forceful ;
In percentage paid of the total the momentumthat stand on Interest rates actually It
tax roll was buildWeck might have been welcomedby I
,Tax payments made In November ing up for a nationwide the four banks that had, I ( )
* were entitled to a four round in made the increase It gave ; RRCUNER"
per cent discount from the of Interest them an excuse he said, to J I
.amount of the bill. This month rate increases 1lusincae! back down gracefully from a'that roaGU .l J,1..

the discount Is three per cent; on bank loans, position that competitors were
it drops to two per cent In January the President slow to take up. i if I CR55)

ITI one per cent in February. made his plea during a talk before Before the full Import of the -
:: In April, bills become delin the business council Johnson move had set In, the licluilnliiTk, .
the CcmnvilU Awe At
.quent.In nesday night wed-I stock market actually staged WALKER FURNITURE
fiscal which 221)I
the 1964
year He had his answer e I r y a moderate advance on the rii/:7lri Furniture That's a Joy
that: '
started Oct. 1, the tax roll to-
uI next morning when the largestof I thought that avoidance of bank be [ To Live With"13M.W.8thAre.
tals $4270,97209 on about 30- the four banks that had loan increases would assure ] FR 2-44C2
'000 different pieces of property. raised the prime rate earlier greater longevity for the cur 1 I
:Of this bills with face amountsOf deferred to the presidential request rent econmoic upswing and Ita- I
$13,009,038: have been paid. by rescinding its an- ble borrowing costs for busi
Last year the tax roll nounced Vt.point Interest rate ness. about size color or styles this
amounted to about $3.7 million Increase. ,
and of this, $28 million was Bankers grumbled about the The buoyance in security ?
)Ii :paid during the first month. 'dictation" from the White prices on Thursday lasted two
McKinney said that more than House but there was no wide- hours and then misgivings
;$1 million dollars was receivedby spread bitterness of the type were felt The market turned Food delicacies
his office on NOT. 30, last that developed In the 1962 steel hesitant and nervous for the
tJ'a day when four per cent dis- price confrontation. rest of the week as the implications t
= counts were permitted the first Up to the weekend no banker of the President's a<>-!' from around
;time his office ever had so or businessman had spokenout lion were pondered. tl
: :much money to take to the bankIn publicly In opposition to the Bankers maintained they armand 13.5 the tiorldbeautifully i
- .! one day. President, but In private their needed higher rates to com- Garden of
The actual deposit for $! criticisms
was were numerous. pensate for the higher costs of Eating
241,1(231. On that day.'taxes Just as the press had Inveighed -their
principal commodity (mon. 706 W. Un lv"
were paid on 4,012 pieces of against the
a: "managed ey) that ensued from the recent .
Ave. gift jHickagcd.Save
property. news" policy during the Cuban lifting of the Federal Reserve
I I discount rite and savings rates.
:Though bank earnings have Time
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, DEC. 3 been high bankers say a developing
l' I ..> M*. T.rt Ttew ,,I cost squeeze might soon : This Season.
;- High Low Close Net Cht. begin to hurt 9
25 Rails 142.17 14046 141.12 eff..12 I ( And Give A Gift
One view Is that banks ,
,25 Jndust 903.36 894.43 899.49 off .80 many
50 Stocks 522.76 517.44 520.30 off .45 I will get their higher rates another That Will Really HeAppreciated.
7 ,i way by becoming stingier
In handing out their prime rate and many more. .
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NEW YORK (AP) Worry Market technicians took an BEFORE YOU SPEND MORE "
over the monetary situation sent ominous view of this development \\
the stock market last week to
; one of its biggest losses in a Wednesday right President !v"JCompare
year, :Johnson addressing a group of .-.WAYS FIRST
It was a carryover from the business men In Washington,
previous week, when Britain, urged that the increase In the
the United States and Canada In- prime rate not be spread from gift values
creased their bank discount'the scattered Institutions which ,
rates. already had raised it He also

> Tighter money Indicated to In- 'called for cooperation between
! vestors that there might be a government and business.The .
disruption of the U.S. economic market Wednesday
snapped a aix- losing streak
7z expansion. Brokers called the moderate advance for and women
Apprehension over money matters merely I technical rebound men -
combined with anxiety over from an oversold condition I
::u I drop in October construction .
r contracts and the possibility of On Thursday the first Na-
a steel strike, caused the market
tional Bank of Boston rescindedits
ent to take a substantial on prime rate boost and the '..-. "

Monday.On market posted another moderate ,
3v Tuesday Boston's First Na- gain.' ,
> ,tlonal Bank raised its prime The marked rally almost ran
,rate-the interest charged to the out of steam on Friday but managed -
rn biggest borrowers with the best to barely stay alive I
credit ratings This upset Wall Bond prices advanced sharply (
Street and the Dow Jones In- last week ss the federal government _
, dustrial average plunged 11 moved to stabilize the
points In the biggest drop since nation money markets I .
.President Kennedy was assasSinated On the New York Stock Exchange v. ,1r :
Nov. 22, 1963. trading volume totaled .. -I _
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trials took the average below compared to the previous week's
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Bryant I U.S. Court Term I

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TrimFlorida's fall term of V. S. District Indicted by the grand jury in I
Court begins her! Monday, the Tallahassee in Sep tember,I
\ first session In the new Federal charged with an internal revenue i] .
Cov. Farris Bryant Building in downtown east service violation; and Lorraine
Gainesville. Nussbaum, charged with
not only is a firm believer
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Is scheduled at 1C a.m., admission Fail term of the federal court a new, 1965
puts It Into practice every day of attorneys to practice before normally is called in October,'
On a pad beside the swim- the federal bar at 10 ajn. but was postponed by District 'r2 bedroom, completely
also, and final naturalization Judge G. Harrold Carswell so
L( mine pool at the Governor's; procedlngs for 12 or 13 personsat that court proceedings could be furnished mobile home.
Mansion, he arches Us back 11 ajn. held in the new federal building. I i J.4 ,

to strengthen muscles weakened civil Selection damage of suit a Jury is scheduledat to try a Big BillowsIn i 'ZIfl ( Small down paymentand

& dIIE from an automobile accident 1 pm. The case Is Elmer FountainEOME
j s Finley and his wife, Gayle, only $12.95 week.
that chipped I disc in against J. W. Turner sheriff of Someone
I (AP) -
his' spine nine years ago. TheM uel Levy County, and William Sam- dumped several pounds of
Cason a deputy. soapflakes in a Roman four
year old governor's main The Finley suit Is an outgrowth -tain. I
reason for his seemingly end- of their arrest and conviction The suds filled the basin of I King Mobile Homes
in 1962 on a charge of the big fountain in front of the
kit stamina Is an 11-mlnute Interfering with an officer In Basilica of Massenzio Friday I
workout each morning.. performance of his duties. night and then bubbled over the 4920 N.W. 13th Street
To be arraigned are Henry M. sidewalk and part of the street I
Brown, charged with violating Firemen had to be called to 378-2311
I lie migratory bird act; Azzell wash the suds away and clean''
Jackson Hodges Jr., who was out the fountain.
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TrimFlorida's fall term of U. S. District indicted by the grand Jury in I
Court begins here Monday, the Tallahassee in September,I
first session in the new Federal I charged with an internal revenue "-I .
Gov, Farris Bryant Building In downtown tilt service violation; and Lorraine
Gainesville. I Nussbaura, charged with
not only Is a firm believer -
Arraignment of three defend-interstate transportation of a
in physical fitness, b. cats in unrelated criminal casesis stolen motor vehicle. I 11u
scheduled at 10 a.m., admission Fall term of the federal court a new, 1965
palaU Into practice every day. of attorneys to practice before normally\! called in October, '
On a pad beside the swimming the federal bar at 10 a.m. but was postponed by District } 2 bedroom, completely
also, and final naturalization Judge G. Harrold Carswell so
pool at the Governor's procedlngs for 12 or U persons that court proceedings could be
mobile home.
I II Mansion, he arches Us back at 11 a.m. held In the new federal building.I 1J furnished,
I Selection of a Jury to try a
,I to strengthen! muscles weakened civil damage suit Is scheduledat Dig Billows I Small down paymentand
from automobile 1 p.m. The case la Elmer
an aecldent FountainROME
% Finley and his wife, Gayle, In only $12.95 week,
that chipped a disc taUs against J. W.Turner, sheriff of
(AP) Someone
Levy County, and William Samuel
j ; spine line years ago. TheM Cason dumped several pounds of
deputy. ,
; soapflakes in a Roman fountain -
year governor's. main The Finley suit is an outgrowth i
reason for his seemingly endless > of their arrest and conviction -I The suds filled the basin of King Mobile Homes
in 1961 on a charge of the big fountain in front of the
stamina Is aa minute Interfering with an officer in'Basilica of Massenzio Friday
workout" each morning. performance of his duties. night and then bubbled over the 4920 N.W. 13th Street
To be arraigned are Henry M. sidewalk and part of the street 1:
Brown, charged with violating Firemen had to be called to 378-2311
I the migratory bird act; Azzell ,wash the IUds away and clean!:
Jackson Hodges Jr., who was out the fountain. j I
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BATON ROUGE, La. -They said it wouM be a'' Williston Rainbow Loan P. 08

cold night in Hades and Tiger Stadium before anyone Baseball Traders Co Wild P. 06 I
could beat the 1964 Louisiana State football team and
make it look easy. Browns Cards in Big I On. P. 06

They were right, too. __ ____ .
(1 1 Florida's Gators, on a Sat-
aI urday right more suited (for
Eskimos, Penguins and Polar
Bears chilled No. 7 ranked
LSU and 65000 spectators
with a 20-8 triumph that cameso
easily It almost defied I 1a

description.The .
cold blooded Colors
(real Alligators are that and
< a. so were the football variety)
rte wound up with a 7-3-0 record,

a 4-2 Southeastern Conference ,+
V mark that tied them for second .
place with Georgia" and rv 1
Kentucky behind nation al k
champion Alabama and took
,. all the sweetness out of the
Jan. 1, Sugar Bowl game that
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Defending for LSU Are Rice (T$), Vincent (41) And Prudhomme (67)) Florida, a one touchdown J
\ _. a. WlrwM, M .... twi) underdog scored In each of L.S.U. END IXU MOREAU (80) KICKS HELD GOAL
-- ----- the first three periods aid Trying to Block I* Florida lUck Jimmy Jordan (to)
limited LSU to second 'and ._. tAl' WI........ P_tile ...e

Sophs Ramsey Keller third period n.Yanl field March goals. OpmsF si: -

, The Gators went M yardsfor GHS Quintet
their first one with mph I
fullback Graham McJCerl scoring ..

Lead UF Cagers, 9057By second 63 yards from with the In quarterback sli one.plays They for moved Steve the Runs Past Indians, 77-51

\ Spurrier passing to halfback ,
Jack Harper on a 34 yard By JIMMY RUSSELL and quarter to give the home Into double figures with H
LARRY WOODS Keller, apparently over the drove the length of the court Sloan also had prabe for sophomores play The one that locked it Sun Basketball Assistant team a 38-26 halftime cusfv points, while 'Cane guard John
Sun Sports Writer I "first game Jitters," showed mid-way of the opening periodto Ed Mahoney and Skip up climaxed a 70 yard surgeIn Gainesville High found the Ion. Willis managed 12 and guard

florida' two budding sophomore ,Stetson early he was out to con- put the Galon a-.. The half Hlgley, both of whom spelled It plays with holder Allen key to IU height problem In Deliberateness was the key Sieve Leggett contributed 11
giants Jeff Ramsey and trol the boards and intended to ended with Florida out In front, Baxley and the Injured Henderson. Trammell! flipping to Harperon alert, agrcsilve basketball as II) the Hurrkane offense when more to the 'Cane UII...
Gary Keller, led the Galon to'shoot more thin in his debut 44-25 a fake field goal attemptand it made Its home opener a they came out for the third The 'Canst were up on the
a 80-57 Basketball win over Stetson against VMI Thursday night Bill Hester, Stetson's (-1 200-' "I believe we may Just develop the screen pass clicked success .with a win ever quarter, Numerous 'C a a is backboards: I too, as Welsch, ,
In the Florida gym Satur- Hitting from Just Inside the key pound forward, was the Hatter's the depth and experiencethat for 11 yards and the TOLSU the Choctawhatchee Indians of managed to ihuflle beneath Tom Parker, and Carl Jiihn-,
day night In the early stages of the game, saving grace as he collected 20 It will take to play some end Doug Morsau kicked Fort Walton Beach Saturday the basket for till layups In son mora than made up for

The two St.. Petersburg rookieshit Keller Instrumental In open- points to lead all scorers. outstanding tall! this year." 2S and U. yard Held night an exhibition of how to work height l with scrip.
for 17 points each In what ing up a 16-4 lead. : Keller and Ramsey were just commented the Florida coach goals that gave him the 1M4 The Tanei started off big the shuffle. OilS cage boss Raper had
coach Norm Sloan termed "a The lead, which Florida never too much for them oa the Big Bob Hoffmann, a 64 JunIor SEC scoring title and also tied with a 174 (lint quarter lead. praise for the efforts of h Ia
coming of for our sopho- relinquished, was padded even "Stetson Just didn't have the who sat out last season be- Auburn. Ed Da,' national They got their points on egresilve Twe-flanders forces, eipwlally/ on defense,
morei" age more as Tomlinson started to !boards,'* Sloan said afterwards.csuse scholastic troubles, wasa record of 11 field goals In one ball hawking and theist Indian guard Jamei Kiferey ( .> The defame was better
find the range In the first half.,height and fortunately we controlled big factor to Florida second i season break as CBS adeptly showed the crowd how they than I expected "i slowed
Florida completely dominated The Wheeling, W. Va., senior both boards," he added. :half romp. I The Caton, badly crippledwith capitalized en numerous Indian hot the ball In the old days good hustle and capitalized on
the boards and showed experienced : I he In four IS foot "
Injuries to key players, ball handling mlacues. as popped their mistakes" Raper said.
floor savvy to the one seemingly drew encourage ellS Coach John Raper two handed set& shots. Losing couch Leon Rogers
sided affair. The win, witnessed show of ells forward Bill Bean hauled \, thought GH1
local fins
merit from a brilliant defensive give a was ready for
by 4,000 fans, gives the Gators MISS. ST ATE DEFEATS stand that thwarted an beech strength as he gave his 1 I off scoring honors for the his team

two successive victories as they -SU scoring chance early In regulars\ a rest to the second light with a 20 point effort, "They were really ready
new take to the road against the game Tackle George Rice quarter However, the 'Canei md Kefferiy was high, for for us they played defense
Florida State and Miami. blocked Hal Seymours punt reserved outscored he Indians I. the losers with II markers and we dldnl.," Rogers said.

Keller, who controlled the RIVAL RCBELS 20.17 and LSU was flnt down at the by one point .In: the seeM Forward Boyd Wtlich g e'l c......_..... ...... a'.It, 54e-
boards for Florida, picked: off IT eight Two line plays got 0 t-Hl 5..* tUl HMk .>l, 11.5.i.5 ..
13 rebounds followed by Ram I only four yards Florida pick- 0 :,4 NI./in.On M...t-Mi 1 !.SMMMW MISS K.l OI T*U
sey's 10 grab Dick: Tomllnjon, OXFORD Miss.! (AP) Mississippi ,Rhoden on the last play of the State came with 110 to go In ed off a third down pans. In COLLEGE CAGE RESUL'rsl 5.,5__I. Ell"* IHk '11, S O/IS
the Gator aggressive and seasoned States luckless, In- third period. the final period when State held the end tone and then went 10 OIl..... r.II,-5.5 .... L._rw_ t..o
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senior forward hit for 14 lured-piagued Maroons backed I Mississippi State then nan- the Rebckv.. Its 16 and tookoverrudowes. yards to score and take command stela lOW\, aw ..,'iw* Mvui = 5450 ara WNIIO 545 Kq, Lq 0
points 12 of which came to the heavily-favored Mississippi Into aged to put down repeated Rebel Had Ole Miss In (tie game. S.5.INI 55.c w._..........Tall _( n 550045-N :-..CLNa.:5:, eu..n n,I ICA5w.5.A. ..
first period. I a corner early and then hung onto offensive threats and controlled kept that drive going and _... H 1.5.151 _"'._ 54 .. I M tf M ? M
whip the Rebels In football the ban most of the way scored, the Rebels probably Fin TDs iv C v *?.::: Hit la Eye Saturday for the tint time In 16 Ole Miss pulled to within .).1. would have had t the momentum It rot only was the first IT WNI "...... IMl n OCrdl ,.* MMiaweiv ...., M M. .mI1 It
The Gators two highly touted years 20.17.Halfback with 1:21 to go when quarterback to whip obviously weary Mississippi win ever LSU in four years N. .....-. to SrI r... =' H. tmaut II
Brooks Henderson and it also marked the tint IT tt: e..5w. H Auburn Five
guards, Dan Bland was the Jimmy Heidel teamed ap State. VOVKUUHHVk -...rn WWWTM ,.., M.MrI- 0*
Tom Bailey, failed to get lathe Big man for State to the onusbig with halfback Mike Dennis on a The costly touchdowns since Larry L&V PIM n
game prove
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double figures.! But Henderson, ertore ran 67 yards on the Initial
Southeastern Conference touchdown/ .
10-rird pan. for more ways than one for the rn5.5.5wa n sow
scoring nine points to the lint game I The play that might have Rebels, who have a BluebonnetBowl play of the MM came ensue- -CIt_OC M.M.....* *HW I* Glides Past
period, sat out the second half saved which the IT won, 1J-IO. ._ 00. t. ,44.1. 5.N. HIM H. IMUt U. 5.55..0
the for
Mississippithe date wttft Tulsa Dec. toHouston.
He set up the field goal that game 1 tinttrt ,.. r>, a.I.wS M ON.S M HO* OtMM N
of the contest, a victim of a final play of the first half, Only fullback Don Schwab _' > 4-04155 55
sent Mississippi State ahead In I c.1 FSV
evesesess SVS5AA.I.t 7..: 9278Al'BtRN
who ran for 1M yards In If 5455 05.55 05.
poked eye. the closing seconds of the first went ahead 1)4 on a 17 yard W..IJIerIlUlIered a possible : '.51I -- 1 .- w..ASgI.S ,

':Stetson Steve Buchanaa ac- half Intercepted a pass late touchdown/ pass from quarterback broken rib and played to obvious carries was a bother to t eGators sa.wr ... .",..... N .. ....... w..1. S4_1&..M.1ro55.540 ...N.. c-.. M ,
Henderson In Florida smothered the Ala. AP) The
cidently punched In the fourth quarter that led Don Edwards to Marcus: palm c_ ""* N
the right eye with a minute and the cinching State touchdown. . .. Tigers' passing attack to one N/.5._ 55. ......- w.. "I NOT<.**!?*>..rt.MM iT".:..':. Auburn Tigers Jumped to a 17-!
U seconds left to the tint per completion In 12 tries while I1. .- N.... 5.5 N." ..... N point halftime lead and were
led Sloan said after the game intercepting three. _N..1w.MrMI"0 -_ K -5wr ...NIS ..... u 55 -54 ,_N (_ never behind Saturday night' aa
the injury was not serious and OXK>*.". WML UM KtfltflnOn ., Named Herei bow It went to t L.r.Sr ... r..w5.5 r they defeated Florida State 12-
... 55..M1.1.5.0 Casey Spurrier I'I'I 55.5..0. 1elwv w5A.N "-..... n. IM..M>4 HO* **
expected Henderson to be ready : game played' In t/ degree 1 IM..N MSI. 71 tor then second straight
for the upcoming! road trip. a- wrlrr i I I II weather with t IS mile M M_ ..., N5I. eve 15.54 OMMM ti -i..MM ... *!*->*. HIS N nl basketball victory of the Hamn.U .
The Hatters enjoyed an early .._. ,..5. 51' 55 To Tide All-Opponent hour wind bin Ina.UU c_ Tay w. C.S..a 5w'IeoN: Dtfore ltd all seorert
u. Ns.5. M. L. ISMS
so t-
IS lead seconds after the tip- :_ H 55s.w lOt the game's first ep C-II with 21 points, followed by Pete
erased that with .......... W 5 I !portunlty when the Tigers nun- Sly II N.-O.L..I N vr5.0 N5.s. ,..M tint VT ....Hnjl.. .... M GonMlci of Florida Slate with
ell But Baxley ,
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5-IS HI TUSCALOOSA. ( ) Doug LouisianaState _
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slump: shot from about! S feet ',- .... Several Southeastera Confermre'land'I turtles Jim Wilson Georgia ed II to block punt by Hal 50.5. a 1.s.. NC "..45551. ...&.0..... N u points.
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out and from then on Jt was I football players wile mad the I and Tommy Neville Missisjiipot Seymour anti guard Hem! J'ru4. =.N eve 1. 5N. 1.5 ..... 1..5.5. ...,01.5 hw.5. ,.. Auburn's Freddie Guy made
the Caters all the way. going rough this year for A1u-I State; guards Steve De- nomme. recovering. 00 the ...-. -- so Ise. 5.. s.. .. ::..I.....c.7 I 19 polo .. Gary ScbuU scored 12pelnla

Bland took he to pest s Jim Iatemp Wearaerh/( e. balM have been prsied-by the:.'.1'long T........ and RemlPradhomme I\fIIr" eight the Mater lint.Jut stopped. C"I r:. 5.. ..:. .:.M e5r1.5 N -"'v5. -I .*5505555*" IWW Lr."<.tI. ..55 ISeve their l losing to aid cause.the Semlno/ea/ to
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p.,5.s to 5' Pc' aerial the Ole Miss 41 and running plays lot Just lour wow N.N N. w.5. MOI.I.M NL. I Auburn .lead
ire 5..1 Ice I A on I The national champions pkked. Curry. Georgia Ted; ..... --. .... I.. tr..ar5.54w 555. 5,54 iirWI Jumped to a quick
H H 5 IOw..NS returned 41 yards to the sU before and toes Dirk Kirk tipped apew A N lead en field could, by Guy and
the tint AaOpponn tern mr aback I Steve Spurrier/ Florida, 455 .. ..... IS
? 55- I-1 5 1 5.w I and Bnehecker Steve IMdt. e. e5. Ice., 5w. tmi : -:1-
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he was stopped. plays named by nherrty of Alabama,and ranams backs Jo* Labrose -- Larry Cart The Tigers were
.5.54 e 5I H I-I- II 5 m a w rS.I. [later Boyle Granger carried H (ridden Friday j I| LSV Tacker FrtaVricJuoo: might M to be end son* far atouchbeck. i -- a.Iee s.wrve* N :..;,.H::t: M' ..::;:. : never be5ded.Bush .
ssrvusrs:: .. ... '
-I 5 5S. ..ever from the one. I I N ISIS LI5.r1t 1 teams ud a nun-to
Auburn fullback Tucker and i
I Auturn. Uoyle Granger, .ww_ ( nb..Ncow
1' C Mb 1r
The Gem flea cranked
.4 Ole Miss Doug QsMingitara erickson. wile eftM Mississippi State. ep a W... v54 > .- Nso '- PSSN.. c wow man oWcns throughout thegars
.-... 5-I 5 a 5' f'recI.l drive teat went M ,.. for a M. t.l-l< +.c..wIs. O-IS Coma! and. Ron MaV
5-a 5.d a 5 s did took the kkkoft en the X.Tide defense to a Other players recehrtof substanttal 5.55 (45S O- 54 VISIISN. -rl'-J6.I...... .. *!
A.LSrN 10111 ,.-. ..-.. N It wi5. ted returned M yards to pulp,Day clash, WIt Baaed I support to the voUigends : touchdown.taW got and halha. ..5..r. nc. w a C.. ...' 50. It 55.1.=_ N.5 a .....-. fI men tried. weucceMfuOy to get
the Kebtls to within three one Nv.Mw1 ,_ R -. r Florida state beck to the game
._ rI" n SIS N' n poIata He. Florida's Outlet Casey and Tommy Inman Mtostoelppi 5..N K.L.Mrs. ,. Mr5.f.1 d N
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IrJ- e-I- 1 a5N ., But Mississippi State was able choices far the tans 1 Vanderblk; tackle Je Graham, for eight D prte fit the Cm I =-"'c.I .:;:.":.."MwA w III*n 5.w w.III t._<4MM> M MI the Tigers' strong defense wu
-... IS-I- 5. .e N tokangentothebantorthefi.M Sieve Debug Tennessee's ASAmerica Vanderbilt: guard Pat Wit**. down at the It .--.. 1-55 55L 5.... M P54- IIt tee Buich.Alburn.
_- 5-4 N .1'.' | 1H suMtes to preserve victory goari mfce d by tnly Mietoslp(4 Stale; renter MAe MrfctH Get B ;- r.I- ss m4re.rM rHsi. t tZS.1IXJ" :=..:' II : hit 1 17 percent of Its
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ViamN 05-w- a r The Maroons, .... .let. !1 rig**. LSU. aaifbacka: Johnny Graham McKeel broke awry ea I army 555-:-=;. OS -eo- A ra Iarr.,- N... A IoU the free threw lint Auburn

,..... ,, .. f c.w. kicked a .yan)J.u.1 l The AaOpponeat first! lean, :I(Gresham Georgia Tech, and;the draw play for B yards and I ,...... Ies H .- IM :hj| U per cent and FSU 41 per
---- ISISa -- 'goal to put stall ahead tl w ends. Charles Cwry. Donda,,'Larry Dupree, Florida. I J ,Cuatiaaed ea rage 6J) .- iCentiaeed en Page tt) :cent

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Golnesville; Sun Sunday December! 6, 1964 _

J -- It's Cold in Baton Rouge, But Warm in Oxford I

Louisiana 11 IU not Cajun cot aU lava,
BATON ROUGE!!:, La. It'. cold outside the motel doorin Bob Lewis ot the Tar Heels, picked to follow In the linesof else Is there In of them will show up to watch in
the Louisiana State capital but It'. slightly warm In Jerry West Jerry Lucas, Oscar Robertson, et al, is saidto Anytime S8OOD If you're In the fo all b ness 3'ou'u I
( Oxford, Miss., where Mississippi State played Itself a fair have a weakness. He has to learn to shoot from eight freezing_ weather. -
I football game to beat Ole Miss. feet away If he expects to make All Alantle Coast Con- IU'n'It made. -
ference. Let alone All America.
Traveling sportswriters rarely get the chance to enjoy r r
One writer, commenting on Saturday night's Florida-LSU Fall Gainesville Sun
afternoon the ;
someone else's brawl on a Saturday during Bulldogs j
I' football game said this. The Florida team that lost to Alabama -
fall Generally, they're watching Florida's Caters exceptfor
could beat LSU Metalre
either In Baton Rouge or Published evenings except
the really rare occasions when a night game to in :Martin Absent SatuKJaand Sunday morn.
volved. So It this Saturday.A La.The ih. .
was Florida Ingi by |
team that was to play LSU Saturday night \'otur\
at !
traveler also reads on the trips. H. gathers armloads Not to mention an Item about a flashy balfback from Pen- would do better against Metalre. CLEMSOW, S.C (API-Clem-) tlihmg 2nd Ploct.Company Gainesville, Florida
ot newspapers. Sometimes he can come up with a small sacola High School who announced on Friday that he Alabama gridders voted both end Charles Casey and son's Tigers survived a 4% min- and entered 01 second class
t handful of notes to pass along. would sign a football scholarship pact with Florida State. quarterback Steve Spurrier to their aQ opponent team. ute spell without a point In the matter .t.the Florida.CIIICULATION Pmt, Office atGainesville.
Back Larry Dupree also got votes.
some away
and pulled
J There's one enterprising gentleman In Alabama who's go- The lime thing happened In Alabama where a much. Oh, well. There's one group of Caters In Louisiana that's second In the RATES IT
,t Ing to retire I millionaire In Just a few short weeks. He's fought Mobile gridder said he Is going to Alabama, n> unbeaten as of this writing. They're from Satsuma, La. with eight straight points CARRIU Oft MAIL
gone Into business manufacturing a front bumper license where else, and would the rest of the college scouts please They call themselves Gators and they have an uadefeated final minutes for a 72-60 basket- IWulr.UJ
tag for the Cotton State. stay away from his door. basketball team to date. ball victory over Georgia Saturday Mot. $5 15

;i What does It say? Gator basketball fans should be Interested to know UP ital It's of no the wonder world. they Baton call Baton Rouge (the football cap night. I be All fiold mail In odvanc subscriptions must
Rouge High its to
i Shame on you for not guessing. guard Brooks Henderson is listed on a pre season All- the state semi- finals and LSU always at Just the won top way Georgia, playing without high- Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of

/ "Alabama, No. 1," of course. Also, "Roll Tide, National South team.He' At least as far as a Cajun Is concerned. And what else scoring Lee Martin, got 22 An nwtorM ewtdnMl. Male, fc

1 Champions." the No. 10 man, only because of Injuries.In points from Jerry Waller and 20 the eal.hlne' properly C...._* .tt.Ic.) G."V11t IM4.induction .' a6!

( Then there's the little tld-blt about former Gator quar order,the others are Howard Payne, Tennessee; Clyde Georgia Tech Rice from Jimmy Pitts. But In they dou- ..-"rtlo wlHNwt, wrmn
terback Doug Dickey, nov head coach at Tennessee. He Lee, Vanderbilt; Jerry Waller, Georgia; Larry Conley Whips were the only Bulldogs LmilulM ot ttie publlilrter.
\ dismissed three varsity football players from the squad aftV ble figures.
t Kentucky; Tommy Kron, Kentucky; Freddie Guy, Auburn;
I the season's windup., An affair In which the gridders Jim Caldwell, Georgia Tech.; Dick Malle, LSU; A. W. Davis Behind Ron Scharf 71-56 -
reportedly had one beer too many.JackArnie. Tennessee and Henderson. ,

Want to know why fine Tennessee guard Steve Defend ATLANTA (AP) Georgia, utes left.

passed up the Chicago Bears of the NFL for San Diego of Tech built up an early lead and McKendrick, who collected 24 DSBBSSuede
: the AFL.. He said it wasn't the money. Seems Mrs De- held it throughout Saturday points, and s-foot-7 Don Slel-
I long is expecting and Chicago Is not their idea of an Ideal night to whip the Rice Owls 71- mund who pulled down nine re-

'. place to raise family. St for a second straight basketball bounds In the first half alone,

Fire Although most writers admire the All America elections victory. i kept Rice in the game until
65,67In any team that lists people like Brian Piccolo of Wake The Yellow Jackets turned McKendrick fouled out with Hats

Forest, Cosmo lacavazzl, Princeton and Tom Nowatzke what had been a tight defensive seven minutes to go.
Indiana, as defensive stars leaves more than a little to be
desired. duel Into a runaway In the last I Tech was led by Ron Scharf Genuine sueded leather Is the newest
Canada five minutes. Tech had taken who collected IS and
a points Soft to
Cup for casual wear.
Shocked Dobbs concept
Georgia's win
over In basketball
upset against
commanding S1-3J lead second
shortly scored key baskets the
a I North Carolina? Then read on. Highly touted sophomore after the half but had watched 1 half during the RIce surge. He the touch,jaunty on the head, an

1 KAANAPALI, Maul, Hawaii, Nicklaus showing awesome it dwindle before the sharp- was followed by substitute outstanding change-of-pace In your
(AP) Jack Nicklaus rallied power after a slow start, was Tall Trenton shooting of the Owls' Doug Me-I Charles Kenney with 12 and wardrobe.
with a record-equalling seven- still six shots back ot his partner I Defeats Kendrick to 6 .6O with 10 min Mick Stenftenagel with 11.
,' under-par ( and Arnold Palmer and chief rival with 206.

turned In a brilliant (7 Saturdayto His round, featured by five I Lake Butler by 67-55 $995
send the United States team birdies .
on Kaanapali's mountainous eW.Wl
Into command with '
outgoing nine and an TRENTON Trenton's Lake Butler coach Jan Ben-
one round to play in the 12th
Canada Cup Gold Champion- eagle on the 11th, tied the' height and excessive Lake nett thought his forces would
course record set by Palmer on'
Butler fouls gained Trenton I
ihlp. a Improve as the season goes
Wednesday In the proamateurpreliminary.
759 cage triumph over Lake along.
The two spectacular rounds .
over the KaanapaU course gave I Butler Saturday night. "We had too much football'
the Americans a three.round Bad Luck Larry Clyatt and Ruity In us tonight we'll be tough'
total of 4M, twenty-six strokes The burly Columbus, Ohio, Wade, two key men on the before the season is over," ash a aaa.asa. a.1 .
under par.. golfer might have turned In one Tiger squad, both fouled out Bennett said.
of the best rounds In major In the third quarter and Tren- Y' 1t11
The South African team of Lilli lutler PcrIM .,.11, OvittMl
Gary Player and Denis Hutchln- competition except for a bit of ton had a total of 37 charity I. wale. ,ll-ll J. Tho... .-*.I.l lVMil PARK FREE. Discerning gentlemen will oppreclote I
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starting the day, fell back under He reached the long ninth hole Big Holton Browning 1 led ssTrcM: emINI &4I/1 {, In and make your selection from a distinctive
the pressure of the America'birdie with two wood shots, but putting Trenton with 23 points, Murry 'ar arewnlrq 14-ti: ToUll 6555W."en 6615:-allt: i. grouping of clothing and accessories at your
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Mcklaus approached to wlnln cup, three putting. He also got 12 for Trenton L.k Trenton lutltr 91 II 11 II It 11 If lt _.II/ parking lot ticket for you up to one hour. This
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It Inches on the first hold, sank ihree-puttea1 Jimmy topped the good only at Parking Lot.
I four-footer at the second, a 10"ooter ly missed a key putt on the 17th losers with It points, while I
at the sixth and flvefootr The third round In this globe- Bob Lyons got 15 and Terry City Park
match the Fairish contributed 12 to the CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOURS
at the short seventh for gIrdling of world'sbeet
ilrdles. He birdied the par five golfers again was played In I Lake Butler cause.Chieflaml. Crown Starting Monday, Dec. 7th, we will remain open ,
ilghth and came within a whisk- near perfect weather. 9:30 a..m. to 9 p.m. Until Christmas.
City Park Team No. 2 laid
ir of repeating onn the ninth. Nicklaus hit the green of ev- Rims I undisputed claim to the city
II He eagled the 11th with a ery par four hole in two shots
championship in Midget League
four-wood second shot to within and reached each of the four
12 feet of the cup and birdied par fives also In two He bad 33 Past Nctcberry football play by defeating second 5i1wJmwnH.
place Sigma Nu 13-8.
the par five 15th after three-put. putts.
Sigma Nm scored first on
NEWBERRY Dennis Zel-'
ling No. 14.Birdied. "I can't play any better than -
First Two that," he said. eznik pumped In 20 points eight-yard line smash by Gregg I 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. W. Uiii/tRSITYAVE.,
Bens. The extra failed. O
Palmer, seeking to win Ms here Saturday night to lead
After completion of his round, City Park caught\ fire in the Free Parking lit Federal Lot 1
first Individual title In his fourth Nicklaus pointed to Palmer and Chlefland victory over to a Newberry.89-43 basketball half and scored on an second It--I on Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
try, met the Nicklaus challenge
said, with a broad grin:
yard from Herbert Horn to -
bead-on, and also birdied the Terrell Bass was the whole pass
first two holes with putts of 12! This guy's too tough for me show for the losing Panthers/ scored the extra point to put e
,this week. He doesn't give mean City Park ahead. Late in the
and three feet bogled the abort nine field goals and six free
fifth when he drove Into i trap opening. throws for 24 point game Denny Druash scored
but came back with birds at the The reference was to the fact again for City Park on a long
eighth, 11th, and 13th and 14th. that he shot a record-equalling C.livm CHIIFUND|.|.4> CerMn.Ittamlk.t-Mi tt-Ml.MI4il .Me-. run. The extra point failed. A
His best was an IS footer at 65 and gained only two strokeson Ihl..", I Mi nucKemp I-/../ CM- fine defensive effort kept Sigma -
putt van 14-ti Oirmmy, *Mi Aibd, lNIWMMV -.t
the 14th. his partner. .. Ira, 14-4, "..,,., Nu under control to give
Playing six holes back, they I Palmer needs only a 71 to .Pimiworth M. T. San, Mil. 1.6511 Otltofl,Hermw 1..!. l-ej, City Park tile final victory for
were It under par. Others appeared break the Individual tournament ..... ky euarMretChl.ld Scott Monroe. Herbert Horn I II
out of contention. record set by Sam Snead at _....1>0..., a t 11 le II II "I5-la n the year and. remain unbeaten.
Palmer's third consecutive Puerto Rico In 19(1. y- 1 II

round of flve-under-par or better Asked If this was his best i
I tM747 sent him farther tournament score, Arnold said,
In front of the Individual "I need a (5 Sunday to do It. I II
competition with a 54-hole score had a 28J In winning the Cinadi-. I
of 200. I_an Open at_Toronto In 1933." 1.



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Claims Gators Roll Past\

'Hurricane Bowl '

Laughs- Graves, 4yP (Bowl-Bound LSUContinued

By BUDDY MARTIN the credit In the world." D..
( from Page 61) ripped the middle of Florida's On) fourth down at the 21, Bob!

BATON ROUGE, La. Florida pree, going out like a whirl- :line for a pair of first downs to Lyle came In for the field goal
wind, did of the first down at LSU's 40.
lot left at the altar some moat a .
by the mid field. Florida again tightened try. But Trammel stood up,
determined carried twice for
bowl committees, but the Ga- running of his ca- Dupree a and two Tiger passes fail flipped a screen pass to Harpei
reer as he banged his for first down at the 24 and then
ton played their own version of way ed, forcing: a punt to the Gators and he swiveled his way into
80 yards in 22 carries. Shannon leaped high to fire a
a post season classic Saturday 13. the end tone to score at 3:21
night in the 20 8 victory over Florida, Ironically b i at pass to Casey who made a The Caters couldn't move In and made it 204. The play covered -
LSU and catch at the four-yard
Lsir."Tills physically this sprawling two downs and took no chances, 21 yards, the drive went

was the 'Hurricane stunned even Craves. "That's line.Dupree kicking to the Tigers on third 70.

Bowl! ," laughed Jubilant Ray something" not many teamsdo knifed to the one on a down. Spurrier booted 50 yardsto Hall's kick was not good and

Graves In the dressing room be said. "I thought we fullback sweep play and McKeel LSE 33. the score stayed that way at the
made it In two tries. Jim
after the game which saw FlorIda -I won In the line where we over LSU kept throwing! and Allen end of the third period.
Hall kicked the point and the
maintained control.
score more LSU Trammell snared one at theGators'
points on LSU drove to Florida's 40.
Gators led 7.0 with
than team all "I said before the season surprising 43 and got back to !LSU's
any season including before Matthews smeared:
this was a team I looked for: 1:42 left In the opening period. the
national 47 with 12 seconds left In
champ Alaba ward to coaching more than' t x / M The Caters held LSU after the Emil on a pass try. He fumbled
half. Spurrier fired twice and
ma.Inclement before. Tonight kickoff, forced a punt but a 15- and RJchbourg recovered.
any they once
missed and fumbled as the first
weather, In the IT When the Ga
yard penalty snarled the UP and at the 40.
again showed why be a courageous
form of Hurricane halt ended with no damage resulting
Hilda Labruzia-
caused the Caters had to kick back. lira had to punt
outstanding effort
cancellation of the Oct3 from the recovery by fumbled ind Matthews got ir
match. But against a very fine LSU team.'I Reared the Tigers
Saturday night was- 4 1 at the 20.
n't "With the mistakes we were back The shock of the first half of
exactly ideal, either, as the The Tigers came roaring The Gators had a golden
temperature dipped into the making In the middle part I this time. Fullback Don Schwab 'the game, with the temperaturea opportunity to get another one

low 30'i.Down of the season it would have I ripped the middle for 14 yards chilly 31 degrees at kickoff but Dupree was short on third

in the Florida dressing been easy for these kids to fur one first down and then repeated !time, was the Gators' ability to and one at the 11 and Spurrier

room, though Graves was bask- quit but instead they picked on the same play for 39 half the Tigers In the clutch on fumbled on fourth down with

Ing In the warmth of the vic themselves up by the boot yards to the 20. George Grandy defense and to hit LSU with the LSU recovering at the 10. The.

tory. straps starting in the second laved a score with the tackle big play on offense. UP gainer was a nine .. yard .

"In vIew of the Injuries" said half of the Miami game and Two plays later Schwab crack. LSU ground attack produced pass to Casey. -*

Graves, referring specifically to turned the year"into a great ed to the nine for seven and all ol Its yardage the first two LSU got a first down but <-
one for Florida. another first down. periods. The Tigers went noth-
quarterback Steve Spurrier and then had to punt and Brown
end Charles Casey this was the Didn't Bother The aroused Gators stiffened ing for six In the alrlanei sound one to the Caton 39

finest victory of the year for The funny .part about It was and limited LSU to six yards In with the Gators picking oft two. with eight minutes left to play.

us comparable to the win that the 30 Ish degree weather three plays. On fourth down, end Florida, In sharp contrast connected The first poor Gator kick
didn't seem to bother the Doug Moreau kicked a 23- on four of five for ((
over Ole Miss. DUKE'S liRENT KITCIUM GOES UP FOR BASKET of the night next gave LSU

"id; lay clutch defense and who boys from the Sunshine State, Between Michigan's Bill Bunting (22)), Cazzle Russell ((35)AP ) yard field goal at 7:54 to makeit yards, setting up Its first TD the ball on Its 40 but Tram-,

fine offensive operation -particularly wore long stockings for ( Wlnplwi I* .... Sun 7-3. with one catch and scoring on melt! made a treat Intercepccptkm : .
the first time veteran writers After Harper ran the kickoff another.
the blocking 11t h I at the UP 32 on
could ever remember. back to the S3, the Gators drove 14-Yard Kkk
linewere the first Tiger play
big things. I
knevf all along this team could It was machine so cold that in the the mimeograph Top-Ranked Michigan Five 'the distance hi six plays for an. To start the second half Harper Dupree, flashing his eld *
press other touchdown. ran back the kickoff to the
great on a given day. time form sliced for yardsIn
Graves said defensive halfbacK box couldn't crank up to turn Spurrier took over at quarter I IT 43. Three plays Inter the two efforts and Shannongot
out the halftime statistics and back and hit Ewaldsen with a Galore had to kick from their
Allen Trammell "had his Blue Devils to the LSU :3d on a keeper .
some writers complained that Stops third and four that 24. boomed
short on own Seymour one
best:}ame ever for Florida," In- past but the Gators drew at 1S-
their ball point pens wouldn'twrite. down at the UP 44
tercepting two passes. "The rest got a first 54 yards. yard penalty back to mid-1
of the Back to pass again Spurrier LSU got nowhere, another!
nlghl secondary and was great to- Florida which finished witha DURHAM, N.C, (AP) Top. ga's Jump shot tied it 69-59 with Russell led Michigan with 21,I kept and limped his way 20 pats misfired and the Tigers field.

then out- I want to point 7.3 record as compared to ranked Michigan lost a 13.point SOS: left. I with 12 of them In the first half )yards to the LSU 35 on a twisting had to kick. Trammell raced It i >rnour kicked to Lahrutzo

Kinard along with Coach Bill LSU's 7. -1. couldn't hire lead then sprinted away In the A three-pointer by Michigan's Bill Buntln and Darden idded 17 run. back 11 yards to the 47 and on at the nine and Matthews flat:

Graves also cited the cared less. final three minutes on two key Oliver Dardcn on a rebound and IS respectively! I On the first play the sophomore the first play Feibcr fumbled tened the Tiger itar right'
"leader- I The will to the three-poInt plays for 84-79 sent the Wolverines ahead 7471. there to leal LSU'l doom
ship:of seniors" Tigers go an Michigan led the entire first back faked to Dupree and with LSU recovering at mid-
our as a factor two minutes
less than
.* I Sugar Bowl on New Year'sday basketball victory over fifth- Ail-America Cazzle Russell half as Buntin, Darden and Russell fired deep to Harper who got field for another key break In with

"Tom to play Syracuse. The Ga- ranked Duke Saturday night. made It 76-71 and John TIt mp.:. controlled the backboards. behind the LSU safetymnn took the game. to 60.The.

Shannon Larry Du- ,tors will go nowhere except! Duke, down 45-34 it the half son's three-pointer pulled Michigan Die ball on the four and darted On third and two at Die 42. gusty wind at this time,

pree, Sydney MaClean Bill home. And Graves said and by 13 points early In the out of danger. The teams were about even Into the end one for the second Schwab ran wide to the Gators' blew all of this wrltn'i copy

name Richbourg them, Jim Bernard, you "Just say tonight was our second half chopped down the Vacendak's 23 points led both from the field, Michigan shootIng UP touchdown with 4.39 left! In 32 and a 13 yard roughness paper out of the spectators boi

they deserve all bowl game and it was Wolverine lead behind Steve teams. Verga added 18, with 14 I 43.4 per cent and Duke the half. penalty gave !LSU a first downat down on the sad be-

mighty sweet" Vacendak and Bob Verga. Ver- in the second half. I Michigan led In rebounds 43.2.1 Hall again added the extra the 17. I low is the clock ran out on
cf the finest Gator grid
II Miami Cops point and Tiger Stadium was LSU got two on a run and two one victories In yearsa.Score .
mlghtly quiet with the score'board paused mimed On a fourth

reading 14 .3. down Moreau kicked his second by quarters:
Steel Bowl; What the Writers SayBATON The Tigers fired_-"up _again I ., field goal of the game, a 32- Florida 7 0310-4 7 I 0-20

yarder that made Itt at t.U. LSU
Fla McKeel. 1. run. Hall
The Gatori got moving again
t 35 I1nttlertlStrike (kick) LSU Moreiu, FO,
Barry. from their 30 after the kickoff.
ROUGE: La. Her. what the writers are laying Bill Kastcls Florida Times-Union
Grnmhling,42.15MIAMI Spurrier hit Ewaldnen for 14 and
, PITTSBURGH (AP) Miami I a first down at the Gatori' 44 Fla Harper, 34. pan

t of Florida rode the shooting and Ed Pope Miami Herald Underdog. Florida, with no place to go shocked Sugar I (AP) The explosive Dupree ran seven to get another from Spurrier. Hall (kick)
Bowl bound Louisiana State 204 here
f, University tonight before Shannon LSU Moreiu FO, 32.
rebounding of Rick Barry to a ,Rattlers of Florida AIM, a team at LSU's 47 passed
85-71 victory over Pitt Saturday I Florida's football team made a wreck out of LSU and a MOM frozen spectators who could hardly believe what they on which the world's fastest human to end Gary Thomas for 10 FIs Harper, 21. pill

night in the finals of Steel Bowl! joke out of the Sugar Bowl Saturday night with a 20-1 rout taw. Is just another football and a thrld at the Tlgfri 21, from Trammel Kick failed
The Gators, a seven'point underdog, md battered physically
Basketball Tournament. that ended a three-year scoring drought against the Tigers player, clobbered Gramblln I
worse than they have been at point this seized the
any ,
steady play anda College of Louisiana 42-lS Sat
sensational second half performance The Gators bad-lucked into raw 39-degree weather In initiative at the outset, then proceeded to cram the ball urday night la the Orange Blossom Piston CO"lcbackI
but after down LSU's throat In a manner that no other team the
by Willie Somerset Tiger Stadium shaking off the shivers they had absolutely on BowL i

gave Duquesne a 99-M victoryover everything their way. Tiger schedule-not even national champion Alabama-was The Rattlers made It a runaway

Virginia Tech in the consolation able to do this year In the second half In a I

game. Tom Kelly St. Pete Times game between outstanding Negro (,locks Kniclts

Barry scored 35 points on 16 Padgett Pcttsacola Journal teams with two of the biggest | .
of 32 field goal attempts. Uninvited Florida crashed Louisiana State's pre Sugar lines In college footb a I 11.i

Miami became the first team Bowl! party and ended up throwing a shindig of Its own 204, Underdog Florida, a team much'maligned for a late tea- Calvin Lang, picking oft a DETROIT (AP) Playing After free throws by : .

other thin Pitt or Duquesne to last night. son slump Jumped on Louisiana State with both feet In cold pass from Grsnbllng's Henry Coach Dave DcBusadiere and and Hub Reed, Dlschlnger

win the Steel Bowl! since George windy Tiger Stadium Saturday night and shocked the Sugar O'er. raced 13 yards for one Terry Dlichlnger sparked the KoJIs and DsBurh rifled In

Washington In 19J4. More than 65,000 Tiger rooters shivered In JWegree temperatures Bowl bound Tigers In 20-6 fashion. score. Quarterback Bobby Detroit Pistons In a comeback quick baskets and DiBusichere

that got progressively colder as the Gators whipped Felts dashed M yards for an Saturday night as they beat the added two free throws to put the
the title for the
PUt In game proud LSU about. soundly is the Tigers have clobbered the other. New York Knickerbockers. _110-, game out of reach of the
10th 40-33
straight year,
at halftime and saw Its hopes of I Caters the past three years. Astros Oilers Robert Hayes, world record 100 In the second game of a national KnlcksDeRus.
shattered when Miami I Wilt Out .older for the 100 yard dash" Baiketball Asuoclatlnn: ('here topped aU SCOTers -
Martin and winner of two gold medalsIn doubleheader with 23 points. He bad 10''
built a 51-37 margin In the first BuddyAll'Ftorida Finally Agree
five minutes of the second half. With Break the Olympics, took a 48-yard In the opener the Philadelphia rebounds and live ambits.

Bob Lovett paced Pitt with Vpolntj. News Service HOUSTON (CAP) Owners of pea from Ernest Hart for another Bars scored theIr seventh victory New York now has lest four in::

!tie Houston Astros and the In nine games by belting the a row and all eight of IU road

Florida's Gators took the iweetneis out of the Sugar SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Houston Oil ri ended a long disagreement Baltimore Bullets 12S-106. games this Mason. -
Wilt Chamberlain scoring star
Bowl Saturday night when they rose up like a house afire In and agreed on term CAGE SCORES The Pistons trailing by II
of the San Francisco
Vandy Rips the bitter cold and ended their season by handling LSU Warriors Saturday under which the Otters points midway In the second Ok In. State

an fashioned skunking, 204. of the National Basketball Asso will pI.yln the $24 million Harris (CwUnstd ton Pegs II) period' cut the difference to 6112 -
claims win be sidelined all next w.s e_. .a ne.
halftime I Ii HeIsaTUXWATER
County domed stadium. .... at Whips
SMU 99.67 In their worst physical condition of .season the Caton' week with a broken MM. Carroll Martin ..-, M |KM....r a II_MiMMrt u vow* N i Then with Dt Bunt hers and'
general manager -... ,..* n, lict MUMOT
wounded threw down
walking their crutches and full
Chamberlain who sat out of the American Football v.Ma ..... s. C-- MSr. Dlschlnger leading the way Detroit Okla. (AP -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) speed ahead as 15,000 shivering fans la Tiger Stadium nearly half of Friday night's! League Oilers had announced it Mw, ,. es Ml.Y.Hoovtr.. IOTM M MrlM pulled within a point before Oklahoma Slate handcuffed

Vanderbilt's sixth ranked Com- watched LSU lose what little prestige the Sugar Bowl might game with the Boston Celtics the settlement said the Oilers ,-.....-M_M w A."",_MM Pe a Jumper by Johnny Egan give gis\ of Denver Saturday night

modores chalked up their second have bad. after receiving the Injury faced and the Houston! Sports Aaoc Ja. ....... c.._ a4_awM. e.dM._....PtWIC. .. New York an 61-71 edge after and defeated the Celoradoans
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basketball victory/ Saturday ion had three quarter Five Urni In 76-30 In bankethall,
the Celtics agreed on
again Saturday night a 10yearbase.
night by smothering Southern Tom lcEtcen, Tampa TribuneThe wearing" a nowguard. Other provisions of the IIoNIdI ,.. c.......... the fourth period Detroit pulled Oklahoma State tocit a 13-f

Methodist JM7. contract were Dot announced. ClNTUIor'OI'lWlNr: within a point 01 the Kr: *.u M- lead In Uw first seven mlrnits

The victory came before a curious Florida Caters, peerless most of the Urns The fracture will be repaired While most fans bad taken for 14. ,....iM .. ,- w fare a basket by Don KoJIs) with ,with Gary HsMmana I stoking '

crowd of 7,474 who this! Mason but punchlesa some of It, assured the Sugar Sunday. ranted( the Olsen would move; Ctll'l fI et.5..r ;-..... Nw 140: left put Detroit In front n four fUU. pit during that pert
capacity Bowl of a bittersweet by beating the best LSU '........." 0. c_. It 1 od.
screamed "make It a hundred"for gam Tlgtn The Warriors said Chamberlain from the public school Jeppeen, "n.. II. ... Mow,..., S e.wS. If .
the last five minutes. mercilessly 204 here last night win be bald out of Tues Stadium, the negotiations bad :ml. CM* CMIMWM MTx -- '
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TH Commodores tried, but The outstanding win-not so much the victory Itself but the day's gam against the SL been, long and at times war the *<"..wN..........MM,.. MMMI sob w.w..w VMttf roye..e CC ... Bowling man Tony Pern was named (the

Jerry Southwoodi Jumper at margin! .f Itayt1Iae\ mystifying Galon an enviable 7 1 Louie Hawks and Friday and breaking point C....n* ,It..**,*.*..(.....fMi FUNK. *. ...*f MPU Pacific Coast Lea", .', mail

the final gun bounced off the record the second best for a Florida team ta the >past> 12 Saturday night games against The Houston Sports Aseocfa- _-II._ ... ,asN_ roe e wale If valuable player. H*, Wit wild

front-run.: years. Only the *.! Cator Bowl champs 011*. Ray Grans' Detroit to allow the Injury to Ion own !the Houston Astros w. aa e .IIf .1vw ,_ .... 11 Ian Diego and belongs to the'
first and btlKI Florida 7.315 heal. :HsUonsI League baseball team, vo.v N Ae' .NaM Pa t 15545. II II Cincinnati R ds.Cnar .
year, was the season M after ._ N 154N YMl ,M k. IM a.5 5"4t. ..
A pair of field goals by South- the Gator Bowl 1rIa.Gator. and has a year-round lease on Mo Duet IM,. I "" .. -
wood followed by a tip shot by Warn Hlghtower, 6-16 Warrior the domed stadium. "... .5_ n5s, w.lewew aLai t.., 55. .a II to" .S's Tower of San. DI I. g e

forward, !has been out severs .... ... .. ...,. .. sow a ato avows
Bob Grace set the Commodores K. .. (Bud) Adams,owners cf I .e c..._* .W ill" .w ... 'eases slot 40 bast to the Pacific
on fire and they pulled Into a 4328 ] days with a broken BOM. the 011<<.. Is a former vice "a W5 an' ,, w" ,...qv.M.rw4.w Coast League this year.

baVtun lead. Grid Statistics He win return to the line-up president the Asie datiee6 j seN .- M

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.4 Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 6, 1964


11 I North-South Attracts Aces k fih TO MEET IN FINALS

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their unbroken string of football
: f By BEN FVNICI' every big name star we want- juries which kept him from re- ended five years of Army frustration a By wins. .

\ MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Two ed." peating his 1963 All-America se by directing the Cadetsto Coral Gables and Jacksonville Playoffs Set
I Helsman Trophy winners Huarte, who led Notre Dame lection will be spelled by Tul- victory over Navy last Satur l"l Lee will meet next week In Quarterback L'srry Renti

, .I a I Notre Dam's John Huarte and back to the football heights and sa's Jerry Rhome, runner up day. Class AA for the powerful Cables sparked the Gables attack with ,For ,Friday;
Navy's Roger Staubach plus won the 1964 Helsman Trophyas In the 1964 Helsman voting and Huarte, Staubach and Stlch l ': Cavaliers' state high school two touchdown passes. Cblonidl
I the nation's best all-time passer the outstanding player in col- holder of virtually all NCAA web will be playing under their I'I!,;' football title. couldn't get any closer then the Class A Here

and the country's top rusher lege football, whtll quarterbackthe passing records. own coaches. Ara Parseghlan of The Class A championship will Cavaliers' 23-yard: line
I head the most glittering line-up North In the nationally tele- Brian Piccolo of Wake Forest, Notre Dame and Paul Dietzelof 1 be out between Wildwood Jacksonville Lee was I 17-4 Floyd Lay, executive secretary
r ever chosen for the North-South vised game on Christmas Day the nation's top runner, will Army will coach the North ',:'';':: and Lake Columbia. winner over Clearwater on the of the Florida High
: all-star college football game. In the Orange Bowl. 'join Staubach and Rhome on team. Navy's Wayne Hardin and ; Jii" .. (. City losers' field. The Generals held School Activities Association '
Huarte the South the South Florida's Craves will coach .. The Cavaliers trounced semifinal 'I
"We have the greatest collection Opposing on squad. Ray .....> '. Clearwater to 47 yards rushing Saturday announced the
of college players by far side will be Staubach, who Army Standout the Rebels. -.,.. opponent Orlando Colonial dates and sites of the state '
end three first downs.
1\ since this game started 17 years romped off with the Heisman Alternating with Huarte In Joining Huarte for the trip to TUCKER FREDERICKSON 30-0 In Miami's Orange Bowl gain prep football championshipgames.
it ,. ago," game director Andy Gus- award last year. directing the Yankee attack will Miami will be his favorite pass i On South Squad Friday night, stretching to 20 Beaver Lanler scored two of the I
I tafson said Saturday. "We got Staubach, recovered from in be Army's Carl Stlchweh, who receiver, Jack Snow, who was I touchdowns and Johnny Richardson Coral Gables will. meet
fifth In the Helsman poll, and kicked a field goal as well Jacksonville Lee In

: four other Notre Dame players. Fires 68 as both points after touchdowns, gals, ef the Class AA the playoffs ft-.

Ii Wood and Another standout already Murphy At.Venice, halfback Bob Mangle Friday night at I t'clock
: Taylor Carry named is Fullback T u e ker scored three touchdowns, In Miami's Orange Bowl.
Frederickson of Auburn No. 1
one on a 57 yard pass,, hi leadIng Lake City and Wildwood
drafts choice of the National
To Lake City Columbia to a 28-0 win clash FrIday 'alght at

I "' Packers by Bears* 17-3 Football With 17 League.players Invited, the TopCityGolfa.u..d rout,threatened of the Venice once Indians.- penetrating ,Venice ville.Sat Florida'Field In Gaines

North has seven more to pick.
The South has 14 in its University of Florida golfer I HHM, to the Columbia five before
.. .
CHICAGO"(AP) Fleet Wil- The triumph gave Green Bay Taylor carried 21 times for his and will name 10 more. Accept- Bob Murphy fired a sparkling all 10, :JO Wtldl- LL.Md I. Mmn lox....'Roy Sttpur losing, the ball on downs.

lie Wood's brilliant punt returns an 8-3 record and left them one 89 yards, averaging. 12 per carry sores are expected by midweek, four under par 68 Saturdayat 10,,M T.-A.W.It_T. ,BoUrnM.. md ,..1.Jiy... Serifford Sen Wildwood eliminated Hollywood Webster Tops
and Jim Taylor's battering to victory shy of clinching the run Gustafson said, from ". e feral. Gainesville Golf and Coun-I ford pin Chaminade from the ClassA
his ,fifth "successive1,000yard/ ner-up spot behind the Balti- The sub-freezing\ temperatures more players who were high In try Club to grab medalist hon- 11:w. Mlckty Idm_, WtndtlClirav picture, 28-12, in a brisk battle Fencing Meet
the Green more Colts In the NFL's Western limIted Packer Nick Dolling and H. D. W.IIK.
rushing season swept quarterback the pro draft. I ors In the City Invitational 1 II:It Jot McCoy Gorton Sullock at Hollywood. The winning
T Bay.Packers to a 17-J National Conference. Bart Starr's passing to 13 i Choices so far Include six Tournament. John Mtrrlll C and_Cl._".... Htwk.' Wildcats piled three first- Charles Webster captured first
JT'- Football League victory over Nothing went right for the attempts of which he completednine players from Notre Dame, five: Charles Cans and Ed Stephens sties, Prod .1...... w. (. Loar. Jock half touchdowns up overland place Saturday In a novice foil
--" the Chicago Bears Saturday. Bears In a game which woundup for 75 yards. From three from Miami shot 71s, and Wally Ctbitr tnd Awy 11_., on
Army II'W Lloyd Wiltt. Iddlt Hoard, marches and a :32-yard tournament sponsored by t h i
IT:* Wood's punt returns of 64 and with fans pelting snowballs Jon Arnett was the only Bear Fla, two each from Indiana,I Armstrong had an even par Honry 0,..., and Human, Mirrii from Johnson pass University of Florida Fencing
... 42 yards set up both Green Bay at the officials and Green Bay offensive threat, carrying 11 Illinois, Auburn and Duke, and 72 for other top qualifying ,,:. Wlmtm ch.mPl Ma a..nm.rllarock A Hamp to Randy dub.
I touchdowns In .the nationally- partisans.The times for 59 yards and a 5.4 av one each from Iowa, Michigan scores. Mini, ,, iMrlt Hwnmtr and, vie NowimU Jones. Chamlnade's outstandingplay
televised game before 43,645 Bears had three passes erage. State, Tulsa, Wake Forest, FlorIda Also qualifying for the Ed lltphmi OB Bob and MurpHy Willy Arnutrwd.Auburn ClurlM .O ini. was a 70-yard( pass, Jack Wesley Michael was second ie:

shivering fans In snow-steeped Intercepted and lost the ball The dethroned champion Baylor, Duke, Virginia and championship A division were Garner to Dick Harding, that the tourney, which was made U[
Wrigley Field.Fullback twice on fumbles. Bears now own a 54 record. .Navy. Winston Summerlln, Frank enabled the home team to score of members of the beginning
Taylor, who exploded Miles, Laurie Hammer and Star just before the first half ended. fencing class.

13 yards for the second Packer Vic Newton.

touchdown Jn the third pert DETROIT SEEKS REVENGE Pairings for Sunday: I Sidle ,',' '> ,< '.
od,,wound up with 89>> yards for, FIt!. FILM Signs WItYIIY Y / IYY.MMMYFIMI
in 13
the day and yards 0.70 O.ora. C.rwl.. Jimmy AIIM
men NFL history MI4. W. I. yupnn.a5 .
games, first In Colts Test Lions JlY W.btr, Paul MIIIIf and With Dallas
to rush more than 1,000 yardsIn Today C. Kwm.
Owde plight'
five straight aeasons.Wood' 0:15 Ch"1 whit.., Pwl, PII.y
return Ins lob BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP ,
Northrop. ) -
first big punt BALTIMORE (AP) The' In the 10'01 ,.... Liwl..
64 yards to the Bear 18 was first Lion contest in defensive back Dick Lane also nd lob L..uftyon.TMf. Paul a.mlft Auburn halfback Jimmy Sidle, a
gallop second period. Four Baltimore Colts face a Detroit Tiger Stadium In October. are finished for the year. PII.M 1963 All-America signed Saturday
came In the Lion team Sunday which would 01. Gordon L.., IIIJoIt/ euckm'n.
Paul Hornung Plum, however will have anew The only ailing Colts are Ted< 111I Wood .nd Toni 1111, with the Dallas Cowboys
plays smashed later five, yards for the like to atone for a 34-0 Ming by target for his passes. He is Davis and Fred Miller, who I Sill 15:20 M..-d.n.ld.Jim Crown, It'll'" 1'"Iln ad and hopes to play quarterbackwith L
touchdown which gave Green the Colts earlier In the season in Pat Studstill, a defensive half I were sick with the flu during the! the National Football

Detroit back who stepped In at end week, and linebacker Steve Stnebreakw League club.Injuries .
Bay 7-0 lead. 1 The Lions will be under pressure -when Gall Cogdill was sidelined who aggravated an Few Places "
Booted for another reason. They for the season with an Injury. old Injury In Thursday's drill I to both shoulders this
Hornung also booted a nine- have not yet given up on a postseason Linebacker Joe Schmidt and Once again, there will bit a Remain For year forced Sidle out of the signal I
,. yard field goal In the fourth period trip to Miami to competeIn capacity crowd of 60,213 watching .' calling slot which won him
and kicked the points after the National Football the game in Memorial Stadi- UF-FSU TripA national honors In 1963.
touchdowns. League's Runner-Up Bowl early Terms of Sldle's contract Stocking Present Sandalwood :;
both Packer Baylor Five um. All of the Colts' home : After Shave Lotion
The Bears, who had won three next month. games this season have been few places remain on the with bonus were not an will be the making of his Christmas stocking, 3.75. ,;
( 1 straight never advanced beyond The chief goal of the Colts I Defeats LSU sellouts. Gainesville Tlpoff Club chartered nounced."I .
the Packer 15 and then against the Lions Is to regroupthe bus trip to Tallahassee for signed with them because

had to settle for their only offense after it sputtered to I Died Students Wednesday night's Florida they gave me what I wanted
::1 points on Roger Leclerc's 31- a 14-3 victory over the haplessSan In 84-72 Tilt FSU basketball game. and because I wanted to play In

: yard field goal five seconds be- Francisco 49crs. Gain VictoryIn The trip Is free to club memo the National Football League
: fore halftime. Despite the poor showing of BATON ROUGE (AP) bers who will have to purchase he said.

: The Bear attack was weakened the offense, Coach Don Shula is Louisiana StaU's cagers blewa Adult Flag Football action tickets for the game. The New York Jets selected

: considerably when quarterback expected to play Sunday's game, three point halftime lead scored a 25.6 victory over,wu.. Alan Lederman Is trip chair him ninth in the American kwj! ,
Rudy Buklcn who as he did one last weekend in and Baylor came on atrong liams-Thomas. Pupello scored. man. Members Interested League draft
paced their previous three San Frandsco.'The pattern In In the second half to take an one touchdown and extra should contact him at 3781230. I t
Injured In theM that was to start the regu- 84-72 basketball one 'I would like to try at quarterback ,
triumphs, was I victory Satur-- point while Alumboro scored The trip will start at 2 p.m. "
i minute of the first half. lars and give them enough workto day. first, Sidle said.
last from the Holiday Inn with 'I
two touchdowns and Jones and return
by Bill them sharp and then It the Sidle Is the second 1964 Auburn ed
Ha was replaced keep was third straight victory to be Immediately after ,I
f i' Wade, who was the victim of a20yard turn It over to the subs. for Baylor against no O'Leary each scored extra i the player to sign for pro foot. .
points for the winners. Two safetles game eI
return of the againstthe ball. Tucker Frederickson
1 : pass interception Part problem losses, but it marked the first an
Wood In the third quarter 40ers could have been a letdown time this season It had been added to the score of the All-America fullback, signed
: by Gift Set of
Medical Students. Jim Mueller Braves t Soap: Two cakes of Hand Soap and
: which set up Hornung's fielder after clinching the Western held under 100 points. Slate with the New York Giants.
: early In the last perIod i Conference title the previous The loss squared LSlTi scored the lone touchdown for Sidle said his Injured right two cakes of Bath Soap, are set to give 6.00. i

The Packer secondary hung week by defeating the Los mark at 1-L The Tigers re- Williams Thomas on a long Atlanta Game shoulder appeared to be Im- IIrlc.,plus...

an Iron curtain around Johnny Angeles Rams. turn' to action here Monday run.The tol MILWAUKEE (AP) The proving.
Morris, league recordholdingpass John Unltas, who assured the against Texas. Farm Bureau romped Braves will the new ball Sidle, 6-3 and 215 pounds, arcantormenorChristmasGRESHAM:
Morris wound Colts of a victory with a fourth- LSU a 48 0 victory over Mystery open .
receiver. up took a 5-0 lead and park In'Atlanta their home In gained 1,006 yards during the
with two catches for 24 yards quarter touchdown pass to Ray built that is high as 38 31 team. Paul MacArthur and Jerry 1968, In a baseball exhibition 1961 season and was the No. 2
boosting his season record total Berry In San Francisco, will be In the first half. The score Tadlock each scored a touchdown series with the Detroit Tigers rusher In the nation In leading E l
: to 91 pitted against! Milt Plum, as he was tied six times before the and Richard Reeves added next spring. Auburn to a 9-1 record and the s

Tigers could hold their three three while Dubby Murphre The National League club said Orange Bowl. DRUGS'YOU
point edge at intermission. chipped in with two for the After his shoulder troubles
Saturday they will meet the Tigers :
Leading Baylor was Darrell winners. All seven extra point In the $18 million Atlanta this season, he was used as a > DOWNTOWN IKXm nOli

Passing, Kicking lardy, who sank 24 points, attempts were successful: Stadium on April I, 10 and 11. tailback and proved effective r .-,
I and Spencer Carlson, who First Baptist again scored a The Braves will open the regular a blocker and pass receiver.
made 11..High for LSU was big victory by defeating Perm season on April 12 In Cincinnati He was married last Satur
Reach New sophomore Brad Brian who Chem Research 49 0. Perry day. 11 W. UNIV. AVI. FR 2-2553
Highstacks flipped In 22 points, and Harry McGrlff led the attack by .cor
Herman who sink 13. ing four touchdowns, one on an
LSU jumped to Intercepted pass and three on :. :. : : : : :' :. ;. :- :'
a 44-39 leadas : : : :
: NEW YORK (AP) Passing with the ball carriers *fr %ia %fr a,
the S'udstlll scored two touchdowns
for 6.S cent second half opened on runs. -
and place kicking reached new forced to settle per
: a set shot from McGriff.F .
by on
Brian but the passes
football in 1964 less yardage than 1963 and the
: but fclghs the in defense college, operating again least since 1941. The average Bruins caught fire, and went Hope chipped la with two ., . ,
ahead 54-53 on two free throws touchdowns, one on a pass interception
under the two platoon system, was 299.3 yards per game
by Tommy Hatfleld math 13:52 ,and one on a
trimmed scoring to a 23-year to 320 last year. : pass
left In the LSU from McGriff.In .
I never
low. More aerials were attempted
II Figures released by the NCAA and more completed-358 and aught up. I the final game Fire De-
Sir vice Bureau Saturday .169 game compared to 1963'a3J.2 LSU hit :39 per cent from partment scored a 32.6 vIctory
the floor and 66 from the free over First Methodist. Bloods-
: showed that the average scoringby and 12.2-but the air-yards
both teams in' 617 major .average was up 4.3 per cent and throw \line. The Bruins hit 36 'worth led the attack for the win-

games was 30.1 points down Itt the completion ration reached percent and 80 per cent ;ners with three touchdowns.

: points from last year's. U.I av- an ill-time high of .471 Last
'year's. percentage of completion
: um. in-time Scoring: high was was .461.. Revolutionary Breakthrough

: 39.1 In JJJ50 when emphasla was I There was nothing, however,I
In the two platoons
DllIIflens. the defense could do about the CALCULATORSBRAND
: and this U the first time that I IN
kickers. not only hung
They upa
feD below 3L1 since! I
scoring record number of field goals
: IML. but did 10 with record. .458 rAllO D
The defense! especially was BRAND
: effective against running atj accuracy. I 1 i it

cent They of abo alt converted ifter-touchdown S2I per Contex 30 x d,r NEW! Otttlhtil\

t Hayes Bound klcks-23 per cent high than only a P' 4.x klv I
ever before. Even punting World's
reached a IVytar high with an $23500 Lowest Pried,
For Cowboys average of :38.4 yards per boot I i Fully utCImcIliC, .

plus Psi Com oct I t A Sourhwlck Is the stondord ogolnst which. lesser
: MIAMI ,Fla. (AP) Bob C."y1rr, c... Portable EleclriC
: j Hayes winner of two gold medals : One Better sly $1..'. Calculator I suits ore meosured. It's soft, noturol shoulder design

i in the Tokyo Olympics will I UNTIL NOW only much. Feoryre-PeckNh faultless tailoring and superb fabrics Im
: sign a professional football con- Round 'Inca 1 dm** at "loro and i :
tract with the Dallas CowboysMonday :Each times ., .xpdm'vo could odd, N.. "EoctraM Hc" part a distinct feeling of extra assurance to the.
: the Miami News said tubmxt. multiply and dlvtd Opersscnoutomotkolly. .
t Saturday. i At !the rate Joe O'Rourke Is Ytt the Cant* New "ruth-button" weorer. If you ore o man ogoinjt whom others. measure -
j. 30 does ovtrylhing+ big *.p n. COftWNI\d .
: Hayu' coach at Florida A&M going, hell be shooting par golfIn live _II..... can do with Exchitlv" UnlMtdCamtnxtion' themselves you will Immediately appreciate our
Jake Caliber was quoted by three more rounds. I Ii one differanc: tN Conttx 30 : I
: Sports Editor Morris McLemort .i O'Rourke has played Ironwood coin for about U at much and L= ftight-hand I Southwick suits, from $15.00. Sport Coots from
tar r vtnotility.
as saying the sprinter "will sign Golf Club which has been rect. Total to on 999.999.999 $65.00. Slocks at 927.50.
: a three-year contract that.-believe open only one week, four times. Wi+phe |uM 1 kw.
: me-Is a delight to be- 42 41 40 and
His scores were Cell FR 2-3411 .
bold. I Come
39. -._ .
Cillber told the Associated ;
: Press be would Dy to Dallai In other activity at the sporty' or Phone for M ORGA N '

t S: w with POund.Hayes 21-year-old but said runner the"still 115- tied new the layout course Dawsoa record 23egi with e a r ....... A...q i, H . : rlJA.t :: ,

Floridai S 47V I
: is dickering" with the National five ever par T7. Dick Con- OPEN "Serving Central

Football League club. his tales tint of High birdie Springs on the recorded second SATURDAYS Since 1935" .. : . : -' '. :
: Hayes also was drafted by the 9 oM. 'TJL
Denver Broncos of the Ameri hole. FOR CUSTOMER C.amphe.l U.. of $ 11 W. fNAYt.IL XMAS

: can Football league. Pro Bill Markham reports the: CONVENIENCE Office SupfUes FK65611f i

"Hell take whichever gives count in good shape, despite: -. .: .. .. .; sjn.sjrcir. ..
: Mm the best offer," Caliber told the recent heavy rains and says I 901-903 N. MAIN ST.

It th. AI'._ )membership continues to grow.,

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Sunday, December 6-, 19<4--Gainesville. Sun 05

: !Hurricanes Swamp Forest Hill 34-71


": ; ,' .. .. 'e'' ,0" Eckdahl MJ'P in Sunshine Bowl I
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"' ,...,',." .. .. :jvit : By MS MISSES was evident from the opening' score with 1:0* left In the third ella STATItTKIpint ..... Ire
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.... : '; ; Assistant Spurts Editor kickoff when they took the ball quarter. 7. -. S
; ;: : : : : SISI'k OCALAThe score was 34 and drove 40 )yards losing the Halfback Brian Hipp dash 55.5514 51.x1

1 ( ,r }. 1t r. w i. T, and It wasn't even that close. ball on downs deep In Forest ed six yards for the score and 2M ,5x 14111$w.1I41iv........ 4 a

" \\I""I. "")" It was one-sided from I hr Hill territory. a pass for the PAT failed to ,1..,. ,- 14IC r

"' -1 ) .. .',. ....., ,, opening whistle here Friday Couldn't Move make it >>1. I ,_ _NNi__ W I

I I __ ,1I'r.' \. .; ;.,'" night as Gainesville High roll Forest Hill took over but The next score came behind .... ...5
r ; ." ::. \'tI"\ .. ed ever a helpless West Palm was unable to move the ball Eckdahl's accurate y- 41M.5-"4. SSill.
.. WJ U, !... y passing ear IIy ...'(..1
.QI ,. \ : Beach Forest Hill 1 football and punted out to the midfield I'
5i.5d 1 1' 5
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t.IJ'IW team. stripe. CHS Immediately started fired INa .
.. '.\ .'.i"1. '" rJ. The scene was the Sunshine another drive that was to Giffln and ends Mac OMI IcarlHf- aummani CIIM (M MM frvtt SelldaMIctdartl )
1. .... Stipe- run nil aim. II 501,4 Ickrvn -
: \ ,. Bowl where Gainesville was :thwarted by a fumble at the I novlch and David Crown to eat 4441 PATi Hipp' II run) PAT .*
:) 3S crashed the .
J'r... ..: .... .. .. .'... .. ,.I":"woo.". .:' ...,'., action fur the s U on d Forest Hill halfback Bobby :up final yard yards for Hipp the score, and!from.044,11 Nwnl.5 ar PAT frtM IwMlrap 750 ..U.r I .M"
I iJ..... "" .' "' .,. r. straight year.Someone I Bridges booted a booming eo.Iyanl -, Eckdalil passed to end Ernie 11.511.000.1 NOip 4511 r.,P./4 PM lIS IIINdt 7,1.

lit... ,. "l should have told quick kick on second down'Duggar for the PAT. :

...-.v. ... f.l. the rampaging Hurricanes{ 'that proved trouble for CII!.

( that this wasn't fair treatment The Hurricanes fumbled: the Only Scare

: ;'i) to 11 husky players who made I punt and Forest Hill recovered. Eleven seconds later Forest

., up the stab's ninth ranked' A clipping: penalty also resulted Hill hud Its only score of the

(, r."l, prep team. on the play and the ball, night on an 15-yard kickoff re

0 1. But not even a steady downpour was shoved down to the CHS turn by John Patrick. Fallback

F. and a muddy field could 23 with the Falcons In posses Steve Knapp smashed for /

stop the Hurrlcanet devastatIng also the PAT I

GAINESVILLE COACH JIM NIBLACK RECEIVES; WINNER'S TROPHY IN SUNSHINE BOWL offense that churned up 436ards I Quarterback Rickey Rhodes Eckdahl'i passes attain

St Presenting Is Ocala Chamber of, Commerce, Chairman Ray Mueslah > -294 on the ground and fired a 24-yard pass to end Billy brought a touchdown to the HUT

i1. ____ ISM PHaral ay Ida* Owfel 142 in the air. Field at the eight for t h taF.lcons' rlcancs with only 1:" remaining

s Plugged Holes biggest gain of the In the game. He fired a 31-

8 night. But a fumble occurredon yarder to Stipanovlch an eight-
BIG GAME TODAY Meanwhile the defense plug
ged hole and held the : the next play, and the Hurricanes yard strike to Crown and thena
took over at the eight nine-yard pitch to end Bobby
Falcons! to only four yards
I Aaother Fumble Roundtree for the payoff The
and downs.
rushing two
Etkdahl then led OIlS on a junior whiz
again ran for the
Forest Hill had the ball only
g Browns Cards on Spot two times during< the second: TSyard drive that ended on the PAT to wrap up the scoring

half and emerged with mlnu- Falcon 14-yard line when the Branch emerged as CHS' top

nine yards rushing. slippery ball again was hobbl rusher with 117 yards In 1)

ST. LOUIS (AP) Cleveland Browns and the St Louis Cardinals record lead St Louis 7 3-3, by ball, Johnson and Cleveland The victory was the \f 1 II t 11 ed.Forest I carries.the The ball Hurricanes U of 112 controlled defensive
thwarted on
Hill again was
would settle for a tie-St Louis at Busch Stadium before .1 1H games In the conference quarterback Frank Ryan might straight for CBS and pushedits .

has to winThat's I sellout crowd of 32,831. championship race. The Brownscan turn the game Into an aerial' record to>> '.3, while the loss In an effort to>> move the plays.Jim

I the story In Sunday's Clear and cold weather with take the title with a win or battle. I dropped the Falcons to It'I ball, and punted out to the CHS

National Football League showdown temperatures In the high 20s is a tie. Johnson, who has passed for want to praise our Denton 30-yard line. Duke's

for the Eastern Confer-I forecast St. Louis could be conference 3.M7 yards this season and 17 for their leadership in pullIng From here, the Hurricaneswere

ence title between the Cleveland The Browns, with a 9-1-1 Clevelandand touchdowns the team together after a not to be denied as they
champions: by beating will be throwing to 516 I
rocky atari CBS Coach Jim marched 70 yards for a touchdown High
then Philadelphia next Bobby Joe Conrad, who lead the.
Nlblack said. He with only 1:51: remainingIn
week if the New York Giants league In receiving last I was referringto '
year; Jim Duke rolled Ston
three toasts In the first five the first half. I a
I Standings stop the Browns la their last tight end Jackie Smith and Billy' of 174-100
Bowling games-to powerful Jacksonville Eckdahl connected on three games IN- I la the
of the season. GambrelL
game Lee and Pains and Chattanooga straight passes with the clincher .Moone Mixed League at Palm

St. Louis and Cleveland fought Gambrel) replaced Sonny Tenn, Central. a 10-yard scaring strike to Lanes. Esther Van Leer led

,1"TO"LlU WI, I ILU"; CI.AMItaCOppee LtAIUI I and scrapped: their way to a 33- Randle after the star pass receiver "Beit c..." big halfback M Giffin. Eck the women with U7-IW-H7-

Mad and Wllllamt n.. W 4P11114140 33 tie earlier In the season. Jim was Injured earlier this "I think this was our best dahl scooted end for the extra 494. A. J. Green had a 1M top OPEN SAT. TILLCHRISTMAS
Prad Matna MNational 14455 15th
I Bakken booted four field !
Sawing MKMng M : All Plratf goals year. game of the season," Nlblack point to make II ,.. single game i
Hugh tdwarda :It II BnrihalOlazart :.. :N and three extra points to match Ryan will be tossing to Paul continued. "We had several I The Hurricanes raced lo two I Team No 1 had a 104 high
A 4 W Poof ear 17 21
Mary Cartar PaM MHalial ::16 MallIrvthaa :. 57thLwl155 1 "The Toe" himself Lou Gras, Warfwld, Gary Collins and John bad breaks In the first half, quick touchdowns In Die third game and Team No. I bad a A Ca. pM. DM' .4 WgatamGainesville
IfCalnaivllla P w_ AmitNa
tun MCampua 1 0...,. n 55 5444 in that clash at Cleveland. Brewer. but we jut kept coming back." period to pull the game out of 1724 series. Lee Green made
laa Junior quarterback Jackie reach, the ft-lt
WI..I....... .. 22 31 M.11. 1 >> split Betty Foerst
,.IIC .. Pag ..", ... nComelnad :11 -. ..... II 11S game could depend on Bakken the game. St Louis ranks seventh Eckdahl was brilliant In every U.yard Drive S-7I. and Padusnak Sep ly c.
I... Ca..a ana II 25 lu,,..... 50 L or Grots despite the running ; the Browns Hth. In the quarter with Us running and They moved M yards entirely W-IO. 5001 N.W. t I." Street

II o.ull'.'.... M.5.We 4 4 CI5.u1 A A W O..WY Nod Iw 101 4.401/1 Cleveland's Jimmy Brown who league. The Cardinal defensive passing and was voted I h egame's I en the ground, with I u U.,J

I'M.'" Carter Palnl 4 Hugh '' ., Oaciaa, li AH n. a toads the NFL In rushing, and team has held opponents to 3,544 outstanding player. back Eugene Branch pickingup
0Mild I Willi.... I. AUchuaItrvlca Pn 'Idol! l|,.. X LMtraa II 'HvfX the of St Louis' yards. Cleveland's offense has
It Htllal' Co. 1. Camblnad .In, K'lnt li Polltnarl X Glows i llllto passing Charley i The tefthandtd Junior completed most of the yardage, and
C. ll National sisal" MacnlnaWlnnlammar J. L .....,. t Johnson second in passing. allowed 4,074 yards. 14 of Z1 panes for 142 tacked on a score with I:M left

1. AINI1VILLI Clued. children Back I But, the decision probablystill ;yards and Owe touchdowns In In the third period.Cilfln J\.u.1H1
NIGHT OWL _L will depend on Bakken and the rain. He also pick smashed the final l
WI Fir* Mttnodltt Ma. S 311'1 Cardinal Coach Lemm driving
Gold Caait Rtilaurant :It'll' Pout M......'.. No. I IAdvant 11 Wally Crouu I ed considerable yardage yard Into the end tone and
Manor Mold 35 21 cnmiM Na. S II" will counter the power of Brown Both placeklckers could
.0514 Crown Sol 25.ldwidI Pint NaiaranaAdvant N II score ,on keeper plays and ran for Etkdahl again ran for the PAT.
lido lupmlal' 775 21.14 ,",I.'IM N*. I M M with Joe ChDdress. Chlldress, I enough points in the game to I stud to the
three extra points and passed The Hurricanes !:
Mitha ilHkjnland 5 55
7714 11\1 UlMvanlty
Clam t larbar SnapJahnton veteran fullback from Auburn,
t 'aril 31 II Prato* .... I 21.. pass the 100-potnt mark for the for another. ground again moments I a to
Cintial PIP. Olllca' SupplyPtpln 2t :II Pint liollit 21 1M will be returning to the St. Louis UM season.
Olitrlbutart 2. 31 Calvary liptlilHlgMantfi II backfield for the tint The Hurricanes' superiority and marched: 57 yard for a
Wllllama-Thamat Pu Horn 54 31 PraiBV .... I 111'1 Jt* starting
park Lana c.Mt.4., nll: time In six games. He has been

Alachua lanaral HawllalHughat Itll:. PIM MaHwdM aaaM 1. t 4, HIIM.M'I0M11551M out with a h.mstrlnllnJUI' ,
limply Inc. It. )
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4 Matlndlil' ai Adoanl 05514
John a Sari t rlughat lupptv I. > umvarilty
Clark .. Par Lana ti Moor _I 'lan No. 14 A..... CHrlrtlait, Na. I Ii hands warm and hang on to the
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X PapM li Cold Civil '. I lay" .
CrawnlUNIVleSITY I Fisscll
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II L lop 57 1$ .

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Pint 3) II '"i llnclalrAllatala 2t 54 a
Lima 5'4p'0'.4' A5ilcd .....) lit* "' Im :II $4
Brown,a Tana a Sarvlca )t : ._.llla tunlarvka N 1M Past Cllicfluml Y i
uthtrforu't jawaian' 11 11 MaatarPlarMa II I'
C... Cell, M :N Paitumvanity 2J 55 .
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Manor Part Kan. .'.. 2MCII' PamJarnra $ 5a CHIETLAND Bill Terry ,
,_ lank la II .".. II N and Johnny FuueU fired 22 and .,
Gold Caaal laatawanl 14Olnnya II Pwpar Prtotlni I. 7/
rlalrtlyltoflullar 141" 554 20 points respectively here
G....,.. 0.'I0.1 flak ."', 21 :II lawlt I
Iiw.rd. 141(41115 .upI 21:11: ....It* llnclalr 4 larvkamaitar II 5.. Friday night to pace Branford
Dow's "oIt ::12 34 ,., Printing" 4. AUHatg h PMrWa Paal to a M M basketball victoryover H
O'YIII' 0. C. 21 7J55.JMnISo ,4. UntvarCtr Cnavry II Cannan Ina 4. .
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"' "....'. i Gold Cottt ,>' OMIIIa Oia Branford while CM ell and 1
4 dwarfi It Ooua l TwIHa X Janaa.4onntan TIAIkie IALI SI .
It Manor laitaurant; ; L. dropped its second straight ..J
I.. li Cltliant lar* X li '.''o're' 544 NIA $
T_"'.,"'. 1 lima Plat li Coca Cala J. *'114. II II $5proolncld game.
Oanaral Oaliwt li Pint' Padarri t .....-" N'" 17th" also pumped In .
artord-a ti erawifi Taw X Marian 050.555 It It Andy Cheney i
Plnanca 5.Moore. 0310500444 105251501, N n IIPo. II It polnti to pace Branford'i at

.! 12 It'w" tack.
MM/4M I'lt 1741
Leads 00./0/ p. I5 14 Dennis Zeleznlk paced Chief-
arty AmarlcMSwmtata WA m4 land with 1) point, and Gerald
Forest Hill Guard Jim Cook Give* Chase. Finally Make Tarkle
tunimar I. 551 added 10.
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Lake City Branford Jumped off to a 23-

... X T>M laaaHlaM wanata 11 WaH Jr 12 lead and stayed In command Willartl Signs Most
Santa FeLAKECrrYW X it *'da I l Prwwclal X PfaatajaWMla to the rest of the .
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pumped WI CHiCPtANO-Iatain, M-I atrXat-
night to lead Lake City to h 155,.. l-Hi. .*.!".,. .-.... CarMn. .!.>iiifca fullback Ken WUlard of North

a 41-40 In over Santa F. In N- ....-N 1150...... It.. .,. V.... ,Camart!-. > HUMT.aTataHi "1, 5344__> 4455 Carolina Saturday their No. I

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I Williston 27-6 Victim I-k; ;' Radiator_CLEANING. Rod Them REPAIRINGW Service Out -


By JIM KELLY quarter of his club's last regular Lions again lit the scoreboard RADIATOR SHOP--

s Sun Football Assistant wnaf- STATISTIC 0,104. season game. Two o t her when Courier threw ass t h e r '
Pint doom 17 Devils played at half speed. scoring strike on second down, White Electric
1I 7 from
runilnffrom I
Lions found the end of the I .....1.. 0a D-l-1 Mark this time to halfback Mickler p AND BATTERY SERVICE
J Jr
Iran ponoillMYorao 1
rainbow Friday night as they N ,.,_ rum.V 17. who was standing alone in- the 118 N.W. 8th Ave. 372-8581
..o. OOM. N The win boosted Ovledo's final end zone.
scored three touchdowns In the :1. .y.n1. mark to "1-1. while Wll- IliE
01 4iI
... ,..
1. by
I final quarter to win, 27-6, over .20. Punti 10.0 llston's chart reads 632. The I
the WllllaUm Red Devils in the 2 'um"'n .... 1
1j'sI 21 v..... bat ptnol.WHIIllM IS Lions are an Independent power -I
third annual Rainbow Bowl in Icon. by 0.0nl ,. and the Red Devils are
....,... ...
Dunnellon. I I 4-4 I GIFTS !
Conference IT'S FOR
the Suwannee
rainfall before VMM. .,...........,.. I } I MSarlnf members of Despite frequent nmmtrytTojcftdownos Both are Class B
a? and during the game, 700
: WilllitM Hood "-,.... run). teams. I
enthusiastic football fans
orlwspawln. yard MMCourwr ken Coach Arthur Scott's Lions I
watched two highly regarded nvor* run of lnitrC....-
Bo Bellnsky (L) And Frank Howard xl _)' Mlcklor 0 -vird MM from scored their first TD in the
prep powers play 48 minutes of Cwrlori MIIKr/ (3.1.04 run). second period on a second .I

; exciting football. down seven yard toss from

Dodgers Trade In the end, the fans saw the i Beset with injuries, Williston Courier to halfback Dowlen. I Gentlemen

slightly favored Lions capitalize played without the services of The play climaxed a 85-yard: ,
on a well balanced running their biggest scoring threat, march. Tackle Tim Colbert I

and passing attack and quarterback Doug Mitche I L booted hit first of three extra

Slugger Howard a creditable defense to cast Mitchell underwent knee surgery points.On be

out the hopes of the Red Dew a few days before for an the beels'of a fumble re-

Is and uncover the "pot 0 f Injury received in the final covery at the Williston 10, theLakeButler'5'
gold" a hard-fought victory. I suited

ToWashingtonx First Score

Oviedo scored Its first TD

A In the second quarter to take in the
,HOUSTON (CAP) -A flurry of I Chance and inflelder-outflelder a 7-0 halftime lead and then

player trades on the dosing day Woodle Held for outfielder scorched the Devils with a 20-()

of the baseball winter meetings Chuck Hinton point barrage in the fourth pe- GreenvilleLAKE 'Botany'500Forward

makes the Philadelphia Phillies "I believe we now have as riod. Rips

the winter book favorites to win much power as any club In the The game Williston squad, Its

1965.It. \" ager Gil Hodges of the Senators. night, never quit and pushedInto Thomas and Larry Clyatt recovered floor game.

also provides the Washington The Dodgers, too, figure.they the end zone for its lone from their ailments of Terry Parrish, a 8-3 forward, 15/

Senators with an opportunity helped themselves greatly. score with 25 seconds left on the past grid season to lead the chipped in with double figures Manner

to rise above ninth place "We came here looking for the Scoreboard clock. I Union County Tigers to an impressive of 18 and 13 points, respectively. -

for. the tint time In five years. more power,'", said Dodger Gen After the final whistle, player 88-42 cage win over The other starter, 8-3 center

Baseball people were really eral Manager :Buzzle :Bavail, awards were presented at' Greenville here Friday night I Rusty Wade, tallied nine

shook up Friday by two major "and wound up with more defense midfield in a drenching show The Tigers racked up a 22-2 markers. efU

deals Involving Frank Howard and pitching. But It served er. Halfbacks Billy Mickler of first quarter lead and outscored' ,.
LAKI BUTte "Ish. 4-4 Mllyott
Bo Belinsky and Claude Osteen.In he same purpose. A strong defense Oviedo and Robert Head 0 fWilliston the visitors In every quarter but Who-, 4-l-ti i. Tiramoi111 -
received for / lyont n-IJi Doutlii 1 Hi O:
the biggest transaction of can be your best offense." trophies the fourth when Union Coach tiomoi, -, Hirrlion, US.' T"toll: If you like
the six-day meetings, the Senators wing outstanding backs of the >> -..
addition Jan Bennett let his reserves see beautiful women
BavasI said the of the Outstanding lineman OREfNVILLI Hullo H-It Booth
swapped Osteen,. their left- game. action. ..12, McHoiuo, "1-2) Mlllor, l4lllord
handed third :baseman 25-year-old Osteen, who won 15 trophIes were awarded to the 1.Hi Andrnn, 4-J-10, Roinrm 4V and fast sport
ace; ,.
John Kennedy and an estimated and lost 13 for the ninth-place Lions' end Rex Brooks and to I: 'Clyatt had 21 points to pacean .I"Seen Totoloi by ouorlorai 10-23-4J.. can (or vice versa)
Senators, gives the Dodgers the the Red Devils' end Hillie l : overwhelming Tiger offense Lok. lutior n ii N w .
$100,000 to the Los Angeles or. IVIMO I 11 ai 4i you are probably the
best four-man starting staff in Priest. which saw four starters In double
Dodgers for Howard, Inflelder- Fonroid Fashion type. You
Reams had 14 pointsto
laseball. I Rainbow Queen Linda Robertson figures.
outfielder Ken McMullen and of Dunnellon stood near- pace the losers. can get this adventurous;

pitchers Pete Richert and Phil Top Staff I by and smiled, her hair soak This was the season's opener dashing look in a 'Botany' COO

Ortega.! "Where' will you find a starting ed. for both clubs. Lake Butler Is Forward Fashion Suit,

Young Hopefuls staff better than Sandy, now 1-0 and Greenville 0-1 for the dedicated
.The deal was made after the oufax, Don Drysdale, Johnny Clutch Pining Die young cage season. glorified by
Phillies acquired Bellnsky from Podres and Osteen?" he asked. The winning Lions were led Thomas, All-Area guard of a Daroff Personal Touch a

lie Los Angeles Angels for Manager Bill Rigney of the by the clutch passing Courier of quarterback the- year ago, had been in the hospital passion tor perfection in

young hopefuls Costen Shock- Angels was more hopeful than fancy running Jimmy of halfbacks, all week end was a doubt- GIVE ONE tailoring, fashion and

lay, a first baseman, and Rudy enthusiastic i Mickler and :Bruce D 0 w Ie n, tul participant. But the 6. foot quality. Come In tots

May a left-handed pitcher. "Shockley and May will both and a rock ribbed defense ,sharpshooter recuperated with GIFT TO ALL try-on and sea the

i Of the 10 deals consummated probably play for us next year- spearheaded by Brooks and outstanding ralues for
since Sunday, the Phillies 'were I !hope,'l! be said. "At least 220 pound tackle Billy Murphy THE FAMILY!
Involved In four. Earlier they they'll get a solid run at tt." : ,Cedar Key :yourself.Saalttxed

acquired first baseman Dick In*a third closing-day deal, Ovledo chalked up 13 first -for

t Stuart from Boston for southpaw the Minnesota Twins swapped downs, rushed for 129 yards, Slams Bell Hygienic Fr__.

Dennis Bennett, right- left-handed pitcher Gerry Amigo passed for OS more, Intercepted -, _
handed pitcher Ray Herbert and .. ,,
( to the Cincinnati Reds for a pass and pounced on three It '
first baseman Jeff Long from inflelderoutflelder Cesar Tovar. Williston fumbles. 'By 82.50 as lmN1.fq .

the Chicago While Sox for outfielder The Held to two first downs anda as s 4Sn
biggest 'In
Danny Cater and short man the total of 48 yards In the first CEDAR KEY Cedar.Key's al
stop Lee Ella and sold first, well as In baseball, is halt, the Red Devils opened up Shirks, wlnnlngest team In the week 4
baseman Vic Power back to the outfielder batted-foot-7 250-pound In the last two periods to markup Area last! season, opened Its CHOOSE A 3-
only .223 last
Angels. seven more first downs behind basketball season on a sweet
"We accomplished what we season but he smashed 24 home the signal calling of note here Friday night, swamping BUTTON, SOLID

were after," said Phllly Manager runs and drove in 19 run:!. A Bobo Griffith and the running Bell, 82 50. COLOR OR SHADOW

Gene Mauch. "We needed to 108,000 bonus "baby", he was or halfbacks Head and Mike Center Miles Smith and for IIi i STRIPED DACRONA
National League Rookie of the ,
shore up our pitching: and right- Mikell. ward Jerry Beckum paced the
handed power hitting. I know Year In 1960 and enjoyed his high scoring Sharks with 21 WOOL WORSTED

we art stronger now than we best season two years later and 20 points, respectively. Henry SUIT IN BLACK,
were at any time last season." when he batted J9t, hit 31 home Eagles RipMelrose Coulter and George Hathcox
runs and knocked in 119 runt. also hit double figures with 14

Second Trade Playboy Reputation '5' and 12 markers, respectively. Pick yours CHARCOAL $75.00
The six-player transactionwith Center Don Strickland and
the Dodgers was the Sena Bellnsky not only carries a f-
Smith led the
tors' second major trade. In the I pitching record to PhIladelphIa BRONSON Branson's Eagles outmanned guard Bell squad with 13 out NOW OTHER "BOTANY 500" SUITSBOTANY' BOO'
but a reputation won their first Rlverland
first they got first baseman! Bob as a play-
points apiece.
boy. The Angels suspended him Conference Basketball contest $65.00 TO $85.00 TAILORED BYDAROf'
I Cedar Key started slowly, :for
I after he bad an altercation with with a M 30 victory over the holding a 19 11 lead at the
Cage a Los Angeles sports writer! in a Melrose Mustangs here Friday
i end ot the first quarter
to get 0I._ abet!
'Washington hotel Aug. M. They night. only a 31-24 advantage at halftime Tb worlcTi Ant cad biMHportibU. OPEN+
Scores later reinstated him and i The Eagles now NOW! 2 HOURS
: optioned own a perfect Com In soon sad MeU
him to Hawaii. He 1 0 loop mark and a But the Sharks poured It on dunoutntod. Farr to buy.SmithCorona. 9'TIL

like: eurlof N OrowwllltIronwl Asia G wouldn't go, so they put him on 1 I 1 overall record, while In the third period, outscoring FREE PARKING

...II.Mel.Ttvlor..... MMovHwmo 19 the disqualified list and cut off ,Melrose Is now 0 1 for the the visitors, 34 8, and put 9

.,.._ M. CMollond Itloko his salary.In season. the game out of reach.
City IVOtlt'l MSfHT
COdOr. Itey It. '.11 !II leglilatlvt action of the Johnny Griffin's It points The defeat dropped Bell'srecord I 'TIL

lumtor U.oTNues 0.....,... NDoylono meeting, the American and National topped the Eagles scoring to 2 3ClOAil LOT (Just Below Wilson's) DEC. 24th
loot M.'.,.... S" ...,,'. nLouvlm League club owners at a while Milton Sims and Bill HANCOCKTYPEWRITER
... ICIY-T. Slau.k0. 1141 lte-
n Au"Monlwdt"" ........ 41 44Aoeoko joInt session passed two Important ichossler each added It more "'-II Lois 04'5,, C.m$4.. 1
MorM, Control: ol H.ny Academy II 4-ti 14._ o-tlll lockum, MCoultor -.l
1 =: ..f'I' :::-,r.ltu.. They pieces broadened of legislation.the for Kenneth the winning Tomlinson Bronson paced club.the IILL-wimomi, 1-4.14, Totowt. 4..34H., Connor: t-Ill EXCH. NEW tOO% COTTON.
of Soles O Service
tllui.lllt ... C:.... 5.1,0 40 powers TomoMd, I-Hi ItricUoml I I 111loron
0.M City H loonyrMiio aNow the commissioner,'effective immediately losing Mustangs with a 13 M4 CI'I_ .... SntN ... 431 North M.lfI St.
Port Rfcnoy 47 PM C/n II 4MX Totolll n-4.1* -
I II Potonburf" lorry n, Ioml.... .. and adopted the foot. point effort ICon IS UASTISS Phone FR 6.5551 Century Vanaplus
It Potonburt, Hl'.n 41. It Potor s"byr|' ball-type free The Mustangs managed to Call lIey 1. 1a M IT.11W
Dl agent draft of
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I PtMnlM_ it. high school and college players leave with a little glory as by
kur Nor 4*
t, | I coupled with an unrestricted their girls team notched a 48- VAN HEUSElrwears

N u.e out Military iIrword N I draft of minor league players. 21 triumph over Bronson In a .-

OrtoM wise til.JCMOOt.IntflM. Klvor POOTOAI.IlumMno ot I In voting to restore the commissioner' preliminary game. Carolyn Tyson -\ Brakes that pull to the left or right art up to twice as !long as other

Hilt(Ml M 0<01., Oolnonlllo, 14 full powers-the topped Melrae with 1'1 dangerous o.o h.r,', the cur. cotton wash & wear shirts I
Font f
Mont_ low 41 T...,.. "'._ >>. same enjoyed by Kenesaw points, while Sandy Hicks paced
'lont, AA ICioo Riolonol Idtool repealed' the clause that the losing Bronson girls with BRAKE !
NUjh flowrlCorol prevented SPECIAL
0..... J.. OrloMo ColonIM, the commissioner from six points. i the reasons 1 ntw finishing process that adds long
,_ lawt KlulmmlM' U a.llS1. I life to iH cotton Century Ytiuplus.You get other great f
tool. Orlond low M lot declaring of .
any act the owners MfLIIOl-lKk,. McGuIre *.
loock IIotaoM detrimental 4l TomlMM' .,-II DoMMw 1+l> Milto attantips too. It's I softer shirt more comfortable. !
to baseball.
lowl Ovld4 IT WllllttoH They! .
I .
when winter
(low A II.olix
    II elm *HOi IM M-ll MwtiM I -\I' weather Permanent wash and lINt guanntHd far the Me of
    < Vonki says
    4to N. I
    lly gave them no recourse to the M. Mady Slit IHM *.'11 '
    courts against any action taken 1..J rtlfl* M>IM lotom .,.... I -GO. make the shift with Bitmtid Cents collar that "woal
    the M it 7 a wlntle em."A Solid value at Just 500 ;
    by commissioner.
    ..lla.rdlornc'Cagcrs := 105510 : : =. lure you

    Win II can stopl .
    GOLF SETS r*" .4 '

    thorne Hornets for :

    well balanced attack here Friday CHRISTMAS MacGregor /s1\ LIKES TIES! ;

    night as they won a basketball '
    J opener from Taylor 8VjS. I GIlT SlIT FOR WINTER NOW GIVE HIM THESE

    Carts Floret Wheels' Rtniond.tor
    ,Andy Blackwen and Donald earns aailasae
    1 '. Gillind paced the Hornets with 'IIItIt WA..turown 119C

    ft 13 and 12 points, respectively, Head Covers ) Repacked
    I Id the Riverland Conference tilt .Gene Seals TIESIN
    Mike Wells was the only BallsWe CNcMd:

    to double figures for AllY us.Snake. .
    player 9nbS meld Added,
    Taylor, with 11 markers. I offer aCOMPLETE CAR
    Hawthorne jumped off to a i : TERNS & COLORS.
    commanding 11-1 lead at the I LINE OF ACCESSORIES M Td. yew car "" *. .zp"" .. .1

    end !the first period and at ."" .,. ,.,,k. worHI
    : *2.50Men's
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    Sunday, December 6, 1964 Gainesville Sun 'IB NEWS

    Archer Election ? i'

    Newberry Fossil Finds

    Monday to Name

    Key City Officers Question Area's Past

    ARCHER ELECTOR as mayor, a post she has filled .
    ARCHER City voters here
    will go to election polls tomorrow -I for the past three years. She By BOB MEEKER and a camel were found side

    to name a mayor, three was elected to her first term In f Sun Staff Writer by side In physical contact with

    :city: Council members, i city December of 1961 and was Archer NEWBERRY New fossil each other. He added the possibility .
    clerk-treasurer, tax collector 's first woman mayor since finds in this area are leadingto exists that one of them

    tod tax assessor. Mrs. Pearl G. Maddox held the speculation and conjecture as was washed into the pit long
    The election will mark the re- job in 1921. to life In Florida 50,000 years before the other one died, but
    Urement of Mrs Rubye McNair ago.Did the true age of each can be
    Mrs. McNair Is moving out- the horse roam the Florida determined In laboratory analy

    side the city limits and, thus scene along with the camelIn also

    (J eatDayinr will be ineligible to hold city of. did the the Pliestocene giant armadillo era* How get?big A giant armadillo possiblysix

    flee, She will be
    replaced by The new fossil pit was discovered or seven feel Ilona and

    Bryan McNeil, a longtime city by amateur "bone diggers' weighing up to 500 pounds,

    councilman, who Is running unopposed recently in in area north- was Identified by Robert Allen, ta,

    for the mayor's Job. east of Newberry where Parker part time student and employeof
    Brothers Limestone productshas the Museum.
    J McNeil Is one of the three city
    fheMoning[ a mining operation The Alton, the son of reptile expert R .
    councilmen whose terms of of
    operation is run by John, Clifton Ross Allen, said the armor -
    flee are expiring with this election and Davis Parker of Newberry plates of the beast were r

    The other two, W. D. Batey The pit Is now being excavated as large as a silver dollar The ; 1

    and C. T, Copeland, are seeking by personnel from the armadillo bones were found In

    re-election to two-year terms Florida State Museum. a clay hardpan Just below the ka
    Nell Payne, a technician with sand layer where most of the ,
    Other candidates for the three MD.d. the bird and mammal range al other animals were discovered, ,
    Making Ally Council seats are Leroy Morris, the Museum, laid 11 orders of it;
    Ted Griset and Dan Blitch. Newberry Fossil Site life have been found In the J. S. Robertson, a graduate 'I' OI! ,

    Of IrkkyBy fresh pit. They Include rabbit, student In paleontology, said I
    All the other office seekersare the thing most interesting to ..,.
    Uncovering 50,000.year-old turtle la graduate giant ground sloth, hone, cam
    SAM McGARVEY unopposed. They Include E. student J. S. Roberston, as Robert Allen looks on. el, turtle, giant armadillo, deer the group has been the discovery ....,
    Sun Staff Wrfter Grantham a present councilman Allen la a part-time student and employe of the fish, alligator, snake and sometype of a giant ground sloth,

    Being forgetful by nature, It seeking the office of tax Florida Stat. Museum and the lion of reptile expert of cat. a large slow-moving beast that I
    was only a matter of time be- ROMS Allen. Th. nite said the lived In the he ages and Is ;
    assessor being vacated by B. new on land owned by Payne group may "
    fore I forgot the Inside out Parker Bros. Limestone have kin to the modern tree sloth
    L. Allen. Grantham who has Products northeast of found the first true Pile- "
    coat routine, which has bee n a Newberry, has developed Into a rich find. (Sun stocene era horse In Florida Robertson was high In his M
    year to go on his Council term I' ,
    successful ,
    keeping Irkky the
    photos by Bob Meeker) He said the skulls of a horse praise of the Parker brothers '
    mayor of Wee Town, out of my probably will serve in a dual ca- f :
    For their cooperation/ with the
    hair. pacity as Council member and I
    tax assessor. group, even to bringing In l __ __ _
    Tuesday had been a full day,

    and the following Starke City a night Council meetingof time S. official L. Shoemaker, Is seeking, a long unopposed Rigl1t-of-Way Suits Delay equipment work.Previously to. aid In the excavation Preparation For Study .

    I Into toddled an easy-chair home and for a dropped bit of city clerk-treasurer reelection to and the Job of, the loss noncommittal!) material found toward J. H. RolierUon. graduate atudent In paleontology, I )
    ; W G.Long
    Alt. US-27 Work in part of the bone structure of giant ground
    quiet, a moment of calm reflection is un-opposed in his bid Levy on their property, the Parkers prepares
    sloth for atudy. Thus femur and the other bone fraf
    for re-election as tax collector. have become oulte avid "bone
    menu shown but few of thone found at the
    A shrill voice I Int. rrupted, are a
    diggers" and can often be found
    "Well mutton-head Voting tomorrow will be By BOB MEEKER Ralph Powers said Friday that the new Hails site.
    so you at property owners have not down in the pit checking: a new ____ _
    thought you could keepme the city office from 7 a.m. toP Sun Staff Writer rights-of-way were still not in already agreed to let the State Ind -c--
    away. I knew you would pm BRONSON Alternate US- and there is no possibility of have the necessary land He
    forget to turn your coat" 27, between Williston and Bron- getting them In for the bid letting said subpoenas are In the The bones and teeth of the \VilliStoilVOnlCihs Club
    The officials elected will take son, has received another of the sloth were discovered and turned .
    Lowering the paper, I !glared scheduled for Dec II I works but must be served I
    at the tiny, Impudent figure. office at the first meeting of many setbacks in its reconstruc- G, C. Perdue, attorney for throughout the state and there over to the Museum by
    the Council In January-Councilmen tion but bids be let In Jan- the ; Chuck and Dow Roland and Plans Home Tour
    "Go away, I growled, Tve may J Levy County Board of Com Is no hope of bringing the suit Holiday
    had a busy day. The county for twe years and other. uary '. missioners, said the suit has to court before" !the acheduled RUhard Holt, all of Newberry! ,
    commission this morning, Lake officials for one year. :". State Road Beard memberplace been filed In all cases where, bid letting on the llth. and Phil Klnsey, of Jackson WILLISTON The homes of for the tour Is Mrs 3. S. Gibbons

    Butler this afternoon, and the Powers said, however, he expects villa. r Mr, and Mrs. Call German! Sr? Committee chairmen art I'

    Starke council tonight Go an "order of taking" from W 0 (Bill) Weaver, a graduate ,Mr and Mrs W. J. Whltehurst, Mrs Dent Loften, publicity;

    away. I'm pooped! County Agriculture Center the court on Dec. It, which student In ecology and Mrs J. B, OverhulU and Dr, Mrs. Neal bazaar Mrs
    Byron ,
    Irkky sat cross-legged on the would allow time for advertising specializing reptiles, said the and Mrs Donald McCoy will be ;
    Powell f renhmenls
    Henry r e
    coffee table, and cocking h 1 ahead late' In December and still new site is one of several in open to the public as part of ;
    Mrs. Travis Harris clubhousedecorations
    on an angle, said, "I know get the bids let In January the Halle area He said It was the Holiday Tour sponsored by;
    all about It I've been right with Would Centralize Agenciessome "Funds are in order and plans by far the richest. the Williston Woman Club I land Sr. tickets; Mr, ,and L Mrs.W. Rut Leo
    you all day, and there are are complete," Powers said "It One Dec 12 and U
    fragment of a I u r t 11 I e Sapp, Church decorations
    things/ I could tell you." Is Just a matter of complyingit shell! indicated the she of thesrnnish In addition. to. the... private. i
    I b 11 n ked. A sharp idea By BUZZ MIXSON of the things I thought with the law in regards to right-1 giant land tortoise to be In excess homes, the Baptist Church will

    popped Into the tired noggin I Sun Area Editor Sun should be Included in an ag center of.way." of 500 pound, Weaver also be decorated according to Five Seek
    So far Irkky had been a pest Plans call for widening the the season and be open for
    These Included office
    On July 2, 1963, the Alach- rs spacefor
    could he be enlisted
    but as highway to 24 feet, bringing It saidThe viewing
    ua County Commission (accords our various county agricultural 1 fossil material wan foundIn
    Invisible at the meet- Two
    an ally to
    up primary standards Several
    be from
    The homes will Lnwtey
    j to a Sun story by Jean UPS agencies, so a farmer alternating layers of sand open
    he could catch the whispered
    Ings, of the higher hills will be
    7.30 r I 30 and
    would not have to drive all p m Saturday
    Carver) agreed to study the 11MDO"IVNS over md clay which (to be
    secrets, see the doc u lowered to provide better sight
    from 3 to t for
    the conduct his business pm
    city .
    ments furtively hidden from proposed construction of a 1111(1 distance for passing formed! by a prehistoric, upheavel viewing Council Scats
    with these agencies and facilities

    county agricultural center ; of the earth beneath.
    nosey reporters. Alternate 27 has ben a thorn
    Refreshments\ will be servedat
    I eyed him a p. c u latlvely.! possibly as a Joint project with for livestock shows and, In the side of Levy County residents The diversification of animal the Woman'i Club Buildingand I LAWTEY Local voters will

    "You could tell me a lot," 1 the City of Gainesville possibly, a county fair. : for many years One man life found there Indicates It on Saturday night gift ..r.Ik'l. have a choice of five csndl

    said tentatively At that time, CommissionersClaude this $25.000 for the purpose I forgot to mention one badly. was heard to remark that his may have been a spring or .. will be on sale there lates to fill two seals on the
    "I could," he agreed. Brandon and G. M. Davis .' it was originally Intended. needed facility, however. And I son had written an essay on the some sort of watering place Every one (Is Invited to mad awty City Council In an alee
    'You will" I asked, dazzled were appointed to study the Apparently, the City of that Is a meeting place and bad conditions of the road when The Halle area has given up he tour A fee of 50 cents will Ion set for Tuesday

    by the new world of revelations possibility and prepare a report Gainesville was not interestedin worktop' facilities, Including the boy was In school The son many articles of Interest In be charged to Inrlude viewing I The Incumbents, B. E. (Bryant

    N that now beckoned. I for the Board of County making the ag center a Joint fully equipped kitchen, for .1 la grown now and the man ha pant and !has king been established the homes and refreshments at, ) lUddUh/ and Wayne Mar
    "I will," Irkky said puffingup Commissioners. Davis, In the project with the county under Home Demonstration clubs could not remember how long) as being rWi In for the clubhouse ey, !have both qualified They

    in Importance, like a chameleon Sun story, was quoted as say the city's capital improvement the county __ago the essay was_written_ _all deposits. Serving as general chairmanthe have drawn opposition from H.
    ---- -- -
    his nose a furious red. C (Buster) Bennett, Eugene
    that he was Interested In exiloring program If 10, I haven reador
    But then he added, "F 0 r aprice. Pearson and Leslie
    inclusion of the ag cen- heard about !It, But It does MOSS
    ter project in the city proposed -seem that In a K million capital A former councilman, Philips
    "Oh nuts! I SlId, disgustedly -
    t i Improvements lost out last year fat a bid
    mentally writhing at the capital improvement pro- program, a for re-election.
    few thousand dollars could be
    Idea of Justifying payment to gram. ) Lawley voters will also eM
    spared for a project which snob
    Irkky on my expense accounts Now comes what I hope will ably would benefit the Name Belies Paradoxes a marshal, but as Marshal M.
    city as
    "Not nuts, Irkky said, calmly not go down In history under much the at M, Jordan wee the only one to
    aa county large
    "We have a big supply of the heading of famous last qualify, there Is m contest for
    pecans now" He paused, then words. According to the Sun s Think of the possibility of a By JACK HORAN What Is It? I and air.This grace like leaves. the post

    add e d, 'We borrowed them account of that July 2, MM county fair or even a Northcen- Tourists love to loot st k. The mysterious substance to, air plant Is often eaten Dr. James F, Henlges Jr..II Carryover .members ef the)
    from your pecan trees, Just before Commission meeting Commissioner tral Florida Fair that would some homeowners think it.!question Is Spanish mesa a' by cattle and la a nutritious Stations associate city government are: Mayor
    I( you got around to harvesting Edgar Johnson stated; draw thousands of visitors hito a nuisance, and cows will tat plant which can be seen hangIng -lend' for the animate, Became, Experiment I!I Charlie Shuford. C. a ftSIbnell
    them. No, keep m e from Florida trees In long of the abundance of animal nutritionist, points out Dave Shuford
    1 you "I hope the Board won t dilly Gainesville ever a period of a Spanish Spurgeon Mar'
    supplied with honey, and I'II-" dally on this I feel this (ag week or more; that II, if tilt flowing strands It has saved many cat that Spanish moss is 11'11I'.11,1 cry and Robert Scott and CIty
    .f That's easy" I interrupted center project) should be Included facilities were Included In the But Spanish! mote has many It starvation during severe claniflrd as "green" or raw I Clerk Ethel ReddishAlacliun .
    starting to get up. "there a in this year's (IHJ ag center and some of our agricultural *r paradoxes. It did M originate Florida winters Florida moss, and "dry" or cured
    Jar In the kitchen" Already 1 In Spam, Is not a true moan, !Agricultural Experiment Stations (moss. Hentges says that green
    (4) county b u d g e t, and we civic !leaden In PTA
    could hear priceless bits of JI should ask for state funds to 'cluding the Chamber ol Commerce and does not live en the sap scientists noted the plant,more .la the living plant which I

    J. from my new sssistintNo build an agricultural center would get together and of the host trees. Basically, It I,was consumed by rattle and. may be easily/ distinguished,
    ; ," he .said holding up this .la a flowering rootlets air I several years ago directed from dad moss whkfa is gray- To Meet Tiica.AUOIUATh '
    ,': tiny hand Imperiously "N 0 II) year. promote a fair. i plant which grows from seed!some research toward Spanish Wvblatk In color,

    \ that stuff 1 mesa fresh horwy'l, Johnson went on to say mat I dare say that, given time, id The plant growth .Is deJl"l4.I moos la determine what kindsof The center of the plant Is ( Alachua
    '! right from the hive There one(the' understood that the country and with our agricultural resources d ent upon water, nutrients were present 1 17R 1I la; a strand of !brown fiber ceDed Elementary aVhonl: PTA will
    about a mile back In the woods could get $3,009 from the : and available "talent." the "moss hair." The maiii meet Tuesday at I p m. In the

    you can get" state for construction of an ag including University! personnel hair, says Hcnigtt. Is s u r.I/iM'hal auditorium! A meeting

    1 "But the bees will get me." center we could outdo the State' FairIn rounded ,by a .greenish ._gray highlight. wlO! be presentation .of
    s "Im allergic t 0 'J'a special tnrtoimas program ey
    I protested Tampa. cwr* I nil oars ana we many I
    bee stings and-" The County Commission apparently I gray like lessee on the the erhml chorus under the tfl'ration
    i "U al.ter.gin means big bumps did budget CSMt toward -! The current state' appropriation strands are the source of soviet'I' of Mite Martin Spencer.A .
    ti and burning pain" Irkky nod! sn sg center. But last I to aid In i eonstructiMi of ef the sjutrtenU useful bi livestock social hour' ki the school'
    :,} ded. "I know what you mean month the commissioners "bor agricultural centers has beta feeds 1[cafeteria, ,with I third l grade

    But !hat'. my price You get rowed" this IS.: ** to apply en exhausted, but I feel sure that On the tree green moss con> mothers as nneleiM. will follow

    me some of that honey and lU an addition t.. the county ja'".I the next legislature win appropriate tame W to TS per cent moture the meeting
    f cover meetings lor you while I commented In a Cohans last: snore funds. Te get these Wh"* dried the lest Mrs. Cnarbe 11 1 n m a a s lapreaMcnt

    a you relax iwtxxung exotiC **- week that I hoped the commissioners funde, a county or fair ergani- rti brewa mote M>r fibers' will of the Alachua PTA

    erages. would act forget la re- utioa must owe title to a build constitute about ene f e ta'th

    For the briefest moment I kte site and have plane draws ef the dry matter. The re-i rlwlt Denied

    considered K. After all. what for larlIiCJ sable la a prep contain I a g"

    was a swarm of antsJ Egg Market I would suggest aa Commie- protein, minerals and carbohy- TORONTO (AP) .
    powered bees compared w tb mates month eefbloee -' officiate have
    shiner Johnaosi did more this |\[ refused perrntaJon -
    JjUTKSONVILLB (APVTheliortheajt '
    J this danling prospect of a aup-l which are good food nutrients':
    Florida Egg W.kdl I. year ago, that we ant "dffiy two top BUsalnnarlefof p-
    ply of !hot news! f for cattle. iItVmigee [: the Inffed Church of Canada)
    and I prices to readers: dairy- ever' thus Batter and I )
    Then reason prevailed that the County CanmWoa be says |Ma la why[to vM Angola church headquarters -
    1, laid weakly, "GI. way" 'I IIrkky r Extra lane 4J44 mostly t4; .prepared" to become fee first aapfkaet > Cows Eat Moss? Spanish nose has suck a Ugh;1 announced. They applied
    o j disappeared, bit to a Urge W41. mostly! .1. awoV 1 for stare bade when the potential nutrient value. Aa a as October fat baa 'la .,.
    ,j moment I saw \the cover of the!lea :-J7. mostly! M; email Z7V. utter ol fact toaniak moss t dot to confer with efjlclala el'the
    and few, IMS Ltf.slatar appropriatesthem. Dr. Ha Wallace aalaul' elriliocbt. with ... Florida i
    t dictionary lilted a mostly n. ArrWlnral Ciaert- would have nv>r nutritive vaV/![ Council of Evangelical ,
    ftttt turned I, I. newt aut.... atUsspta U teed KpaaUh. M.. U a r... Tab IfoMtisj' 4id.', He fur cattle than eat straw Church ef Central Angola with
    ..A+1 ie-r-g-k." I said and returned poultry at farms: Fryers 13. And .... more thief* fey fcawv the stetM suppaeed U be good far be, becavM abe look a goad hearty tf all the plant swtrleots were I-'ham the Intsd Church coop.

    so my reads.g. I|.Hena 11M H. column af last week I Salad aailff/ sad watered eff. dte.tbe j'er atII. I

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    Young, 1704 NE First A v e.
    Ky CHRIS POOLE completed a IS-week dental'1 the of Thanks i themselves and helped us sing:ed his recorder welt In Bach !

    I The Buchholz Buccaneers ed to Cape Kennedy for a laboratory procedures basic morning "Adeste Fldelis" The Jester.!Minuet and Corelli's Glgue I ,

    clashed with the P. K Yonge tour of the missile base on Sat- course at the Brooke Army giving Day I heard the service Donald Vickers Jr., M.C.'d with with fine accompaniments on
    Blue Waves In the first game Medical Center Fort I In the First Lutheran Cbruch, The Monk Rev. the family harpsichord by Jail
    entitled Sam much
    After a restful Thanksgiving gram "Previews o I urday. We hope you enjoyed Robert C. Besalskl spirit
    Rev. ,
    I vacation (one In which his Progress". The program den' of the basketball season Friday. I'your trip! Houston, Tex. in November. pas I n- Fred Laughon asked a blessing Ten Eyck. The Jester announced .
    I It
    It was a fast moving tor. was an especially wassail the "Beloved Court SUlger"Jane
    In the
    reporter took time off from lonstrited some of the new and we Joined
    with plenty of action Two of Mrs. Bishop's seventh During the teresting service because the Richards
    course Sterrett
    game Young received -: c.roland ate the excellent who I
    reporting), the students 0 f fields in science and engineering cup and a
    The cheerleaders have grade social studies classes instruction congregation sang all the lib
    in and
    the "The the
    care Holly Ivy"and
    I meal served by sparkling sang
    Gainesville High came back to that have only been d I Is-
    developed several cheers have been studying Florida and maintenance any responses with such earnestness la Wide"
    'covered new of dental laboratory "Little Women" (from the "The Water with
    school and faced the rather In the last few yean.The i
    and their extra effort should government They set and vigor. The o rgan '
    and fine
    up equipment. much tones
    Curl grace ,
    trying of report card demonstrations consisted, i high schools mostly) ng
    process senate and numbers well played by
    be recognized. a house of were
    representatives Dr. Ster-
    well accompanied by
    grading. A. has been the custom of chemical reactions and miniature dinner we were entertained by 1
    Young entered the last and the soloist
    , and Army
    ,,,e The Photography Club has voted on their Rosalynne Meyer rett. All Joined In singing "S i-
    at GHS for the past two displays. Among the topIcs June (two Troubadors, Tom Laughon,
    announced that it Is making members and certain amend completed basic l Julie Larson, soprano sang who lent Night" and "I Wish You A
    .. years, students received their explored were: the sun asa photographic Christmas cards, ments on regular voting ma training at Fort Jackson, S.c. AUitson's -A Psalm of Thansk- and Walter Murphree Jr., Christmas The

    report card grades on Mondayof means of motive power new 15 for $1.50 (only 10 cents chines. Senator Cross and Rep" The 11-year-old soldier Is a giving" with j joyous intensityand persuaded the diners to sing i Merry was sold out, as performance it
    ., last week and took the cards synthetic substances gyroscopes resentative 1964 graduate of GHS. lovely tone. with them.
    ) And a re duct Ion Ralph Turlington
    fuel cells and After dinner, the eight mad was also for ,Tuesday night.
    home : Jet engines.Basketball
    to parents on Wednesday. .
    will be made if your order exceeds spoke to them on legislative Monday evening the Gainesville The Woman's Club can congratulate
    four n umbers
    Needless the week season formally! rigal singers sang
    to was
    say _. The students also Airman Samuel
    one box. Please place procell L. Sbnemak- Woman's Club presentedthe itself the
    with the Hurricanes Dr. Delbert Ster gay spirit
    filled with mixed emotions for opened last night joyfully.
    orders !heard talks Mr. Richard T. er Jr., of annual I
    your early to avoid the by son Mr. and Mrs second Madrigal the pervading the occasion.
    both students and teachers. first game playedagainst Jones laws and and Samuel L. rett skillfully played organ .
    rush. on courts, Shoemaker of Archer Dinner-Concert with Mrs. LynnH. II d *
    t u m e
    Last week also the ad. Choctawhatchee. Yesterday accompaniments cos
    ministration of the saw Betty Crocker too, many seniors and- The eighth grade II 1 r I' a ,Mrs. Jones on juvenile court has been selected for training Ten Eyck heading the com- like the rest even to a hat with The Lyceum Council of the
    physical education classes will procedures and duty as an air policeman mittee. The music "Dyrectors"were I University of Florida presentedthe
    "Homemaker of Tomorrow"eumlnatlon. Juniors; took the College Entrance a feather. The madrigal singerswere
    Examination Board be hosting the Westwood and, Deep frowns and wide smiles at Lackland AFB, Tex. Mrs. Walter Murphree, Kathryn Brooke, JoAnne American Ballet TheatreIn
    Bishop girls for a badminton were seen on Wednesday as report I and Mrs Delbert Sterrett. As Candy the Aduitorium Tuesday evening
    Scholastic which i Cherie Karnes,
    General Mills Inc;, The test Aptitude Test Airman Shoemaker Fullwood
    tournament after school on cards handed out Just last year, the costumes of the .
    was given to interested senior was administered at the University were completed bis basic Anderson, Don Johnson, to a S R 0. house. It wasa
    girls and has scholarship pris of Florida. Scores from Tuesday.The ,We can all give a sigh of relief training. military I performers were most sumptuous Wayne Lee, Steve Williams and company of over 50 and all

    (the tests back member of the Math now that Judgment day and all the performers took Jimmy Whitney Their numbers very good, under the skillful I
    es of from 1500 to .,OOO. The are expected by The airman Is
    a 1962 their with much
    Club and,Science Club journey:has passed.Yongc. grad places pomp. "Tomorrow is our conducting of Walter H a g en
    will were
    winner of the CHS.test go early, spring.Next uate of CBS and a former student They were ushered In by t he
    and Jean-Pierre
    with r Friday evening at J Marriage Day "Since First I Marty.
    on to state competition a p. at Central Florida Junior Court Herald Danny Bowles
    chance for wing for national m: in the C. Addison Pound Auditorium -- College at Ocala. whose de saw Your Face," "In These The program was In four
    j- long trumpet ma
    honors. This will be the the ems Band will ,much In with I Delightful Pleasant Groves," sections. Lei Sylphides, dancedto
    eleventh year the contest has present its formal fall conceit, i r -: ; music keeping and "Since Pbllomel Lost Her Frederic Chopin's music or
    been held. In these eleven Selections Include excerpts Army Pvt John H. Swliley, the scene. Love.." They were all well I 1 chestrated by Benjamin Brit

    years close to 4 million girls from Italian operas, several son of John' B. Swilley, ofBronson i Ladies singing madrigals,'sung and traditionally I n ter- ten and played with skill by the

    hive participated in the program popular numbers Including sn completed an 11-week' beautifully costumed and very preted.Dr. orchestra A. Michel Foklne

    and over $1 million In arrangement of hit tunes b y Chatter j artillery track vehicle malnle-I skillfully made up, seated Lynn H. Ten Eyck handl- Ballet called for half of the

    scholarships have been sward. the late Cole Porter several nance course at F o r company and presented d eUghUul -
    ".. Okla In November.
    marches and as a feature Dumber I Chorus numoers a swell

    ed.On Tuesday of last week, two ;.the delightful Christ mat- 1* By BARBARA HOFFMANWe During the course Swilley re- as stars who each gave

    representatives from General time selection "Sleigh Ride" by I'ceived Instruction in the main I top flight performances."Pas .

    Motors visited CBS with a pro- Leroy Anderson ____ I tenance of artillery selfpropelled d. deux" from "D on
    Quixote" starred Toni Land e r
    artillery mounts and associated Bulldog
    .-- I congratulate our allarea tal poet Robert Burns. equipment. and Bruce Marks and was a

    footoall players, Steve Twedell The Humanities Class enjoyed The 21 year old soldier i marvel of skill with variations

    ,BISHOPBULLETIN I and Tom Hansen. Apologies to two field trips last week to entered the Army In May 1964 Growl I IBy offered that were even more
    AU the evolut I Ion
    Ben Campen, whose name was local churches, where they and completed basic training charming i
    of the ballet were so perfectas
    I omitted from our recent listing viewed examples of lovely
    of Senior football stained windows. to be almost unbelievable."The .
    glass ,
    players. Army PFC Aaron Bronson, .
    i Combat" starring S \u
    Basketball 1964, got off to arousing Keyettes held their formal Initiation son of Mrs Alberta Bronson ofWilllston. ANN PUILMAN and ERNIE KORDGIEN san Borree and John Krlza,
    start Tuesday' n 1 g ht of new member at the and other members
    with Ted liven, Paul Sutherland
    :'with the A Squad winning 78- Student Service Center Monday of the U Infantry Division
    By MARY TUNSTALL I .30 over Williston and the B evening with Dr. and M r .. participated In Exercise Gold Well I guess we can brag)small this year. We are selling'' and Joseph Carow cantos assist.from
    and SUSAN HAZEN I I hug, suggested by
    I Squad winning 69 13. The Hodges as honor guests. Fire I, a 18-day field training on the girls basketball team at popcorn at the basketball games Tasso's poem, "Jerusalem De

    PK. team hail played pre The band and both majorette exercise conducted in the vicinity BHS. They now have a 1-0 record to raise money. W. are hoping livered", takes place In the

    How tune fifes! Our' second boys. season game with Bell and won squads will march In the City of Fort Leonard Wood, and will have played two\that there win be others joinIng days of the Crusades. The open

    term Is over and we are lookIng .I The Ninth Grade home economlcs 66 44 without those team Christmas parade on Wednes- Mo., In November. ,' the time reads the band at the end of the ing scene tells of first encounter

    at the bulletin window to classes have begun I I members who were still play, day afternoon. This year's The exercise, involving two I'more by anyone semester, between Clorinda a pagan

    aes who made the honor rolls unit in clothing. The class, ing footoall. Ilead Coach Wilbur Homecoming Queen, Robin I opposing forces, Joint I Task this. The girls squad has about, Last girl and Tancred, a Christian
    this time.The following students which will strive for the same J. Hoskins after watching Richards, will ride in !the parade Force Ozark and Joint I Task thirty members from the seventh Thursday our principal knight. The action of the horses

    made the A honor roll: Nancy skills, will be divided Into beginning the team at play, says,"! 'am' also. Force Sioux, was designed to through the twelfth grades. Mr.ference FeUding the attended a Con- and the use of weapons all
    Dale and 'pleased with the attitude and Due to limitations last evaluate We hops the girls as well as on Humanities In
    Gregory, Martha Carlisle advanced groups space the suitability of the the High SchooL This Con- Imaginary of course was
    Henderly, Bled McKay, Janice In the past many of our students hustle of the players, and If It week, officers ef the Para-Medl Air Force concept for Improving the rest of the basketball teams ference was held at the University most vividly portrayed. The

    Medfer David Mutter Pat have worn some very attractive -,continues we will have a good Club were not named. They 1 the use of aviation In support at BHS have a good have season.1-4 of South Florida In Tampa. first encounter ended when Go.

    Mooneyham, Tom Wood, Sharon I clothes that they madeIn season" are: president Beverly Wynne, of Army ground forces The varsity and boys will a have There were discussion groups rinda was mortally wounded ,
    Butler Susan Hazen. Terry Ann these cissies I Squad members are: Bobby vice president Cecilia Norden; Bronson participated with the standing played White Springs and Cedar and, observation of actual humanities and again threw away her helmet
    Debra Nelll Lorraine David Buuthby and Milton secretary r treasurer Sandy Ozark force which and Tancred saw again
    Johnson, limes, captain, Ronnie Rogers, employed before this, Issue. The co- classes In the high]
    Mero, and Mary Tunstall, TheB Bradley have been chosen to Bill fliers, Ronnie Koru, Covey Sadler; historian.. Judie Lee; the new concept'of support and,I captains Key of the vanity squadare schooL"Tbla was a very successful the face of the one he loved.

    honor roll, which Includes all represent Bishop at the All I Johnston Trantham Whitley! chaplain, Anne Raughley. Sponsor attack while Sioux forces used Bobby Smith and Herbert triP The 'despair of the knight was

    students who earned A's andB' State Junior High Band meetIng Chick Hinton Danny Dennison, Is Mrs. Palmer schoolnurse current doctrines and proced. both senior players.The strikingly portrayed.
    I Everyone studied hard for the "Grand Glazounov"
    !In Jacksonville Jan. 7, ,
    ., has eighty-nine names. Marrell Bill Tshorn KevIn I ures About 20.000 men look
    i Tyre, ,
    1965. Congratulations to these. cheerleaders for this tea'son i second six weeks tests that starred Eleanor D'Antuono and
    Our physical education classes and V G. H UNDERTOW .C hie i k part in the maneuver.
    Fitzpatrick >
    have begun new units. The musicians. On Dec. 10. at dun. Statistician Is Mac John< ds-j Hinton high scorer in Willis- I The 19-year-old soldier, a:' have already done an out'were given. this past week. They Gayle Young who were marvelous

    girls are playing soccer and the eight o'clock In our cafetorl-''son. The B coach Is ton game with 14 points. Mr. radio telephone operator I In':standing Job.In keeping up the are all hoping they made the and only were ably sec'onded -

    boys are playing basketball to urn the Bishop Band will givea .,Mike Gutierrez Squad; ninth e i Pate and Mr. "Whlttlngton seen Company A, 2d Battalion of the('[spirit of the schooL They areas \honor- roll __by four star couples
    short Christmas concert Selma Roberts, senior -
    with the basketball preceding follows:
    keep In tune Garth Yarnell, and athletic between classes manufacturingtheir division's 18th Infantry st Fort'
    season. This Is all great our Christmas p engram. own fish hooks. Louise Riley Kan., .entered the Army| ; Donna Slaughter, senior;
    Bill McClll.
    "Wonderous Love, given director Barbara Cole, junior; Sylvia
    fun except when the weather Bill's braces frequently restedon in November 1963 and
    completed -
    and can't by the chorus. The soloistsfor On Tuesday there will be a Pittman captain Junior; Ann
    falls to cooperate we the piano last week a sign basic combat training
    volley this program are: Julie at Santa Fe, and Friday Martin sophomore and .Ann
    stay outside. In the recent game of good practice for her role Fort Cordon, Ca.
    Larson and Karen Stack freshman. We have a
    ball tournaments, the homeroom a home game with Green Birdie." We He is Williams,
    In even I 1963
    "Bye, Bye a graduate of WU- this
    Intern cheerleaders
    Mr. Griffin our English fine staff of
    winners\ were M M and, Cove Springs. noticed observer helping listen
    will be the narrater. an Vocational High School! each doing their best for
    7-5. Our first basketball gameof : Mrs: Calhoun's Literature I paint props for the m u a kal I I the of the schooL
    to have Mrs spirit
    We glad
    the season will be Friday.'I are Class was privileged to hear Linda Moody sitting up until Army PTC Nathaniel E. Rob-
    Dec. 11, at six 'o'clock In the Meyer back with us. Mr. Below Harry Wylie from Bear den. 1 a.m. to work on the YOUNG I errs son of Mrs. Josie L. Roberts The senior girls really studied Warm

    Add too a Pound Gymnasium who Is recovering from Scotland He read poems and ESTER. Frank Palmer sporting. of Alachua was assigned hard this past week. They all

    against the Buchholx Bur eye surgery In Alachua General spoke about Scotland Immor a new haircut. recently to the 197th Infantry took the Betty Crocker test on

    caneers. We look forward to a Hospital, will be absent from Brigade at Fort Benning, Ga Tuesday. They are competing and

    good season. on'tlet us down,' school until after Christmas.. Roberta is a member of for the Betty Crocker Trophy

    I II i Headquarters Company 4th that Is given to a senior girl HuskyBOY'S

    I I Battalion of the brigade's 69th each year.The .

    The. 'Westwood1Vliishcrs Armor. band at BITS Is very

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    Boys 1JtI : Light and lithe leather. In excellent

    ;,. Washable end easy
    quality orion pile
    for basketball for our fluffy-warm lining
    Last Tuesday Westwood celebrated trophy care See it In three

    National FaolUU Throw Cow da education major. Mill Re' Thanksgiving. In the third year colon blue and

    teat Larry Watts and DeanBase bol is currently teaching tilt'morning, over the Intercom.: Our) first game will be played block. navy
    numbers a n dgames In the f I rat
    boys French we participated 1)aJ .JJ GJUIIJ"SORORITY.
    toot top honors In the National involving number, .1 part of our program. A student against the P. K. Yonge Blue -
    Dec. IL For the
    Waves on past
    Boyi' Clubs of America [read the 100th Psalm which Sins 9 thru 20
    Shoot The annual two the Westwood team
    Turkey years
    Football Throw Contest Watts was followed by the Lord's "
    Boys Club Turkey Shoot will has won the basketball trophy,
    won the Midget division ((1.101 be held Dec. 2. at 1:30 p.m''Prayer The was Star played. Spangled after so come on all you students and Comfy Slippers $1500 \

    years old) and Bass copped the and will be open U all Boys'Club Iwhlch allegl- cheer the Whirlwinds on to vic-
    we pledge our
    Junior ((1113) title Other boysIn members. Air rifles B-B's, to the tory. Good luck team) I
    [ante flag.
    the finals were tarry Stanley -I and targets will be furnished I ,, One of the most Interesting' FOR THE LITTLE
    and Baggeson bring their Before lunch Mrs. Norman
    Harold Greg However boys may of the
    Robert Cellon Gary Tool e y.1 own rifle if they whh.1U '!'Sloan! honored the student and programs year was ted a "COW PUNCHER"
    e a
    space program pre
    John Shepherd: .[ singing
    Eddie Simmons MrmbtrililBRewwalt acuity by beautifully through the courtesy of NASA. '
    Bass Johnny Blanchi. and; 'Bless This House." Mr. Simmons I
    Ray [
    Members are reminded that I The program was Inspiring and Several color
    Toy B.... Watts and Bass will led us in a Thanksgiving bright
    expire D educational. It also brought
    1M4 memberships c.Jl.
    combinations ,
    awards at the blessing
    be presented blessing. '
    their 1 students to date the latest
    : renew up on
    the Boys' Club Awards Night may the students joined together fabric will lost
    membership for 1WI starting! space news and development -
    Dec. 11.BCA In singing "Come y* through many "rc ssdupn"
    [ I Ii
    Dec 13. Membership dues art i Thankful Come"I
    i People
    Games Ream Twrit II per year, i iI !
    I I A delicious turkey dinner was i

    neat The National Boys'I Awards Night Larry Duprre -''enjoyed by all <( Sectional 1
    of America II I
    Clubs willbe 1>> will be guest speaker at I[only have Thanksgiving once a I Large 5
    Games Room the semi-annual Awards Night|yar..J FOP Officers ION XLorgeSUM
    held Dec. flat U a.m. withBoys'
    Club throughout nor. Dec. II at I 3o sponsored Club.I I t We would Ike to thank Mr. ILACK
    the Gainesville Exchange I, OTTAWA Canada << competing for champion :Milliner and the lunchroom' ]
    UM Invitations will be sent to aO $600
    1 Prune Minister Lester B. Pearson
    bil staff for the mouth
    Bards.I champions and winners In theBoys '"lunch. Our thanks also.alerin'l baa outlined! a code of ethics 7.50 2 Thru S
    Cub athletic leagues and
    ;and morality for his cabinet
    and dou
    tennis singlet Mrs, Muffla. Mn
    table for the CtNTIAL CHAKGC
    special events past members and their staffs, his
    bles. Bob Chase ts chairmanof seven months. Simmons and Mr. Johnson and office said. Slips** fir Slipper Socks for ell the family -
    the rules committee for the the rest of the fine faculty for :

    event All boys Interested I lal I Crafts Shop TIM Crafts I making! this program ponlble The code, set forth at a letter

    trying out for the Gainesville I Shop la planning many aew I Most of ad we would like ..sent to all cabinet members. '

    team should contact Ca m es land Interesting activities vo thank the great Westwood student .I'was a reaction to charges of L Wt1 t'4-

    Room Instructor Richard der the instruction of new staff : body for their participation [bribery involving an aide to a

    Spongtxrg.rrescfc i member J. K. Kelly. The Crafts I; and cooperation In keep!1 minister Last month Pearson

    aWl I Shop *ttl be open Monday thru][lug the lunchroom clean and ordered a judicial Inquiry bio
    Ch. There are Friday 1 00 J 30 and Satur-i orderly.[ the allegations estoatW Moat

    a 'few vacancies In the French day II a m. 4 p.m. Activities], mo w' tots \/JICI teet's
    Club I which meets each Toe\ 1 Wwiwood has won the football There Is an obligation t* ad \ ioa .oi-w mess s+..r
    Include leather
    art. drawing,
    day and Thursday at UO: p m. I championship and trophy I I.Now In a manner t* scrupulous that OPEN NIGHTS Til XMAS
    Instructor for the ttub Is Pat [,craft mold, poster work, dec- let's get behind the be* 'It win bear the .IN" scrub- 10 L Un;.ery A.**.e PV S| 1.40"
    Rebol, a Vwversity of h uri.|,;OI'atll.1Id paper maclie. I lethal team and capture the''ay," the ktter teal I Ckerge, Layewey Gift C.rtif*orte

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    Sunday December <. 1964 Gainesville Sun 38 ,

    Peace Corps- Is Termed Beneficial to U.S. 3 Get Minor Injuries

    It will be the United States, a small scale now carries over The! regional Peace Corps Chile and Brazil before his year in the Americas, Jenney f In Two Accidents Here
    not the countries where the voUurtteen I in many areas of society," he boss, a former Beverly Hills, transfer to Guatemala in 1963, said.
    are working, who ultt said. Calif lawyer reported that told the conferees the cost of In a Friday evening banquet AI
    mately will receive the major Mankiewicx said it is still too nearly 40 per cent of all volunteers malaria shows up in such thingsas session Fred Devine, deputy executive I A driver passenger and pedestrian Peer 49, 2307 SW 16th Place
    ' benefit from the Peace Corps, early to say the Peace Corps is are in Latin Americaand the price of bananas Iron director of CARE Inc. were Injured Fridayin was struck by a car while cross
    the Latin American regional di- successful one third of these are in ore, petroleum and other ma- said CARE's program of self- two separate accidents. None ing Commerce St. at W. Univer.
    rector for the Corps told a University "But I certainly can say it is Central America. laria-taxed products. help has changed the characterof Jenny Mankiewlcs were hospitalized.A sity Ave.Driver.
    of Florida audience Sat not a striking failure," he.add- b a Friday, talk the Carib- "Absenteeism in mines factories foreign aid from relief to re-i/ two car crash at the In- of the vehicle Tan L.
    urday. habitation. tersection of NW Uth Ave. and
    ed. road projects and plan
    bean conferees were told the ed toward feeding the hungry,' Irises SW 12th St., was cited
    Frank Mankiewicx Devine said 13th resulted in minor
    was guest tations because of malaria has CARE's program, St. unjur-
    I economic drain on the world'aeconomy but feeding them with a greater for failure to yield the rightof
    speaker for the final session produced a tax on all raw products sustained entirely by voluntary les to Lynda K. Standrldge 2130
    caused malaria
    by Is
    of the 15th Annual Caribbe a n Chopin ContestWARSAW of the world that comes contributions from American ci- variety of food than the predomInately -NW Uth St. and a passenger In way. Mrs. Peer didn't re-
    Conference held at the J. Hillis I so enormous. it defies description from malarious areas,"he said tizens, has fostered construction starchy diets on which" her cir, James Mayben S08 SW quire hospital treatment.
    Miller Health Center.He Poland (AP) The malaria eradication of schools, village community most of the people live on. he 40th St.Their.
    told the audience of United Eighty-four pianists representing Dr. E. Ross Jenney Guatemala gram costs about $29 million a centers, and paid for plows Implements said.The car was struck by a Subs Visit
    States, Caribbean and Latin 30 countries have enteredthe tone chief for the Pan fertilizer seeds and conference Jointly sponsored vehicle driven by Thomas R.
    American representatives the I 7th Chopin competition to be American Health Organization, medicine. by the J. Hillis Miller Massa of Satellite Beach as BRISTOL England (AP) -
    North American genius for self played In four stages next Feb. said the war to rid the worldof Soldiers Die I CARE Devine said, has dis- Health Center, the University's !Miss Standrldge attempted a The arrival of three Royal Navy
    government through social and 22-March 13. the burden of malaria is progressing tributed over $67 million in Center for Latin American Studies turn In front of him. She was submarines for a four-day visit
    political activities was being in- The United States Is sendingten although the program LISBON, Portugal (AP) American aid of nil\ kinds to 12 and Smith Kline and /French charged with failure to yield caused a road traffic jam Friday -
    troduced by the Peace Corps. young pianists France Is "misunderstood. underestimated Ten Portuguese soldiers were Caribbean and Latin American Laboratories of Philadelphia the right of way. In Bristol. Cars were
    "PTA's and car pool are un- eight and Poland and Bulgariaseven and inadequately financed. -killed In action In Portuguese nations during! the past 10 years. concluded Its 4 day session I Total damage was 1275, officers -I jammed for two miles by the
    known in underdeveloped coun- each. Youngest competItor !- ." :'Guinea Nov. 12-28, the army:Almost 90 per rent of this aid Saturday night Dr. A. Curtis said. Seat belts were in use opening of two swing bridges to
    tries, but learning to work together is Miss Zora Mihailovlc, 17, Jenny who headed public information services reported in was spent on food. Wilgus was director for the con-'in Massa'a auto. .let In the 1,200-ton Artful Alarlc
    for a common cause on of Yugoslavia. health programs In Indonesia I a communique issued at Bissau.I "Our first aid must be direct ference. The pedestrian Mrs. Paula and Astute.

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    J.i' t'r. Gaines Steak House
    Morlorlo C. utlei .,? .: ,.5 General
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    513 W. University Av.,,' 'r.. I.141tS.. i.i. Mr. John H. Hintormiitar, Jr.
    I''It\, ..,,.. .i.. I, I' .. "'. He used to be the bearer of news-both good .' 1 19005.W.I 13th St.

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    rown'i Texaco Strvlco .*,* / 1 ,,(" I:. : \ available in the various places of .business. .
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    M,. Robert E. Iron J1, t '\ : ; If' : Hawaii's Business ColltfO-'
    1206 W. Univ rsiIva, ,. .. :. : 'W: .. ,1 Newspapers have long since replaced him. Secretarial Courses

    ,.,,,,, .r w i'Pilflj!I,. I"t.. .,;; I'1' .J He would cry the hour night and day for h. 218 W University Ave.

    :". HIM'u 11tt1., l, "J, / was timekeeper to the town. Clocks and wrist-

    Coleman Kerosene fir Fuel:.' tOil I s .... ." '. \ 1., c14 watches crowded him out of our life. ,
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    Mr. N. L. Marble Works
    372.2842 ", reassure his neighbors: "Tis three o'clock-and Mr. D. Roy Lovoday
    : c I \ all's well !I" Why has no one taken up this function Mr. Gerald D. Hoard

    .AUIGt01 11' '", in modern world 2135 SE 4th St.
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    Klrkpotrick fr Person. Inc.',.'f"3! II' '. j v5 r' .r r Probably because no one is certain that all

    Builders and Davolopers' *...",, .; ;t / \ u well. And because merely saying that all il
    1308 S. Moirt.St...;,: ....11< House .f FlowersMr.
    :4 R ":f rr1sv&" well doesn't calm our fears or lighten our conb Ronald Wheeler
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    Chandler's DriveInRestaurant / More and more we are corning to realize that
    '1. ;j 1 ,, :) t tt\ p. r our crucial need is spiritual Men are seeking
    Mr.720NW.13thSt.rRain T. A. NI.I.... '. 'j j",,i 1 M4rtt51; 1 truth and"power in the faith and worship of our McDonial John W.Furniture McDenlel Co.

    .. 1 S n'churches.. With each passing hour ft becomes Mr.1206 N. Main St.
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    Or Owens Masonry ., :,' 1 ALL discover God.
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    Mr. H. Cabana Rain- ".; "t'ly : ,"t. t ) v TH. CHURCH: FOR ALL: ALL. POM THE CHURCH J. A. and H. F. McCormick

    Mr. W. R. OwwtH23NW. 7th St. ,\ TIM hatch l I.A.|r...... r....... ..trly......uP...... lh.Chunk Ttwrra 1331 E. University Ave
    en ..,Ih for Ih* .budding.,dunelor III I I For. )hit twa wk*, (i) For
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    224 N.W. 8th Avenue M.... ......Id ....... ..... kuly iiW md TOW KM. ".
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    J. M. Fields Deportment Store !
    Mr. Joseph, I. Williamson !. ;r.lIr. : Jtnts-Jthnion Funeral Homo
    H09NW. 23rd Blvd. Mr. Harold A. Johnson

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    Store e Mr. Jim Hodnett
    Gibbs FurnitureMr. Sub 1201 E. University, Ave

    Kenneth M. Glbbs
    102 S.W. 1st Av.

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    Gertner's. Inc. 'f Ashley Beauty Center
    Mr. Herald R. G.rtii" 3424 W University Ave

    Mr. Virgil W. tonrtrdI133S v

    Main,St. :,:. '..iIi : .7
    { i : Gainesville Nursing CenterS
    r .,, .W 34th St. North of
    Archer Rood
    Full.,', Fete Inc. ,.' .
    Mr. Earl N. Dons,Jr. ./ ',. t
    619 W, UnlvertifyAv*. ..I @
    [ r 5 i Hondtrson Land 0r Lumber
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    Mr. Wm. I. Combs, ..',.';
    N'W. 8th Ave. of 4th St. 1. Federal Savings tr
    \ ,lmday NondayTuesday 1Yedn.aday Thursday Friday Saturday Loan Ais'n.
    II Samuel t H Samuel Proverbs Isaiah Ezekiel Ezekiel II Corinthians Mr. T. Wad Harrison
    18:16-23: I:24.3: { :5:21-28: 40:1-1t: 13:1.7 13:8-16: 13:6-11 249 W University Av

    Sunnyland Packing Company
    I Mr. Themes I. H.rd*. .
    112aS.W.51b.S ; 'f
    Gainesville Opticians
    Milt Olo L. Rowed
    805 W University Ave

    Bill'* Meet Re.mad.! .., Air-Woy Dry Cleaners firWothatttt JtMcoat/ NOON Siaiit The Sun Monay Finance Store ! Mr. Frank J.mIrnctt .. ., Mr. Hubert C. Jtilcoot 33 N. Main Street Inc. .
    Ruhtoil Mr. William *L Gloipor 1611 S. Main St. ,f., J Mr.. Harry C Cdwordt .. Hu Items aV Chestnut Funeral
    726 S. MainSt.Crawdtr'i .
    1001 NW. 4th St.
    202 St: 1 14th St. '
    Raymond L.lIi..OFt- Mr. Charles S. Chastnut
    A&r Food Store Control Contractor 18 NW. 8th Ave
    .. : 'Univerifty'CityT.lovisiea' ,.,,,: .' Lester PortridfO Security Buildirxf Nursery
    Town Tire C.. Co., I... 601 S.W.2ndA.... 1105 W. University Ave > '.Mr. G. H. CrawdofOranqt
    Mr. Ernest Turbyflll 522 N. Main St. Hoiqhts! Rood Firestone Store

    605 N.W. 3th, Ave. Mr. Charles E.
    .Co,.,... Dairy
    $; i 1 : .., ,.rtr'\o Mary Corttr Faint Store : 930 NL 14th AvJomt "lud" Stewart
    ,?F? ., ,U..r.oraity City Be.k 1.w., Robert & Holon Gerard < JohnionHinhtl Gointivillo CocaColaloHlmaCo. 3004 W. UrtivarsityAvoGemewll .
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    ;tr ) .. Guaranty Fodoral Sav ",. Control. Hairstyling ColloftInc. *illa Livestock Market Cndit Association
    'I'I Co.. I.e.,,. & Loan AtiociationMr. Mr. Odtll Hines Mr. Lannia H. Thomptea Mr. Henry M. ,,....
    .\ Mr. Ch... H.Abtems.NW,23rdBlvd Lao J. TKomoiWinn.Oui 2l3SEl tSf. NW.6thSt.Mauldin't 43IOSW. !13th Sr.
    Marion Fmanco Co., IncV \. V ::1
    Mr. Gee ra. L. Ellis .

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    / ... ', '"t II\. 1124 W. Av
    ; CI....,. Mi. Ions L. MonldlN University
    Lynn C...,.... 130 NW 6th St. 1324
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    |Ol4 N. Mom St. '"IO N. Main St. William I. Van Wwkla. S,. 323 I'i W. 6th St. LUnrvrsityAv*
    City Matins. \ \ tie I I > FourGaintsvtHa, LocationsMarobJo ,', ,..
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    Mr. A. D. CNombUtt Food Feir Sroroe Slwdioo-Portrait Marian Trpt"tor Agency Jim Sanders
    81 8 W '. 23rd Avo Mathews Plumbing Co. e Co'sstnsctiea c.
    University Ave 1349 NW. PhesegrephunMos. w.u... L Morpa
    N.MoinotlOthAvaVrdol Hush M. Mathews H. M. DoTtmblo 901 N MamSt.alkLindtay. Mr. Jams, Senders2604NLI9thDrrv
    2327 N E. 19th Dm
    N. Mom St. *

    Jerry'.Orl..I.Mr. H. Foul M.a."t oord Drug CempesyW. Ho.ard Hall A jn L CoMU lOCo Back of
    Cooolnnd So....,. CompeeyAtocnuo. Hawthorne
    2310 S.W. 13th St. W. P. B..rt*.tel02LUnivomtyAv Florida M,Uturon. Howard MoM M,. TlMMn.. L SooMtrI302N Mr Je..e J. T.,..f
    .. Mon St. Florida
    605) N E. 1 1st St.

    This Series of Messages Is Made Possible by These Businesses Whose

    Desire II Is To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance


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    ttin suiUe SuitRELIGION I Sunday school superintendent; *
    Estates Bill Pendle, Training U a Ion
    Baptist director, Jim McElhannon, Brotherhood

    s president; and Mrs.

    Kenneth Sims, Woman's Mis*
    + slonary Union president.A .

    Marks AnniversaryToday Invitation to extended to

    the public to attend the anniversary

    N. Central Ends'FonvardProgram services
    marks the sixth annIversary held In the Odd Fellows Hall'list Church. -

    of Carol Estates Bap i on S. E. Second Avenue and The first regular Sunday II
    tist Church. 1421 N. E. 20th it was at this meeting that the 1 services on Dec. 7, 1950, were Power of PrayerDear
    Place and the ministry thereof present pastor was called to held In the Kirby Smith Elementary
    Its pastor, Frank M. pearl. lead the mission under the sponsorship School on East University \ Editor,
    Li The first service In 1951 was of North Central Bap- Avenue where the congregation "At one time

    The membership of the Nortl ship at North Central will hlg"1 continued to meet my outlook 0'I woe
    Central Baptist Church are ov light the December won 1 until the first unit of Its church I to could not w

    er-giving their new budget of services The Sunday evening ,,, Santa FeAss'n.Plans'M plant was completed In I960 at, aentond people
    $89,000, typified this past Sunday theme of the sermon topics for' k' etds. the corner of N. E. 20th Place' being nappy
    with the conclusion of the the next four weeks will
    Forward Program of Christian "Great Questions of The Human church has grown during these I baby. All I
    Stewardship. Heart" { Night six years to a membership of could xe aheadfor

    Chairman Hugh Math- With tonight's question to be 323. I body him alp.or any.was
    ews said 700 persons signed "Why Did This Happen ToMe The church today has a fully trouble I had been a 'church
    Giving Goal Cards and 399 committed ?;" Dec. 13th "Once Tm Dr. Harold D. Taltant )pastorof graded Sunday School with- an'. fine,', 10 It didn't ...m
    to tithe. Joe M I zson Saved Can I Ever Be Lost;" 4t\\\ the First Baptist Church In enrollment of 420. Training UnIon that my pmlmlim, came from
    tally chairman, brought the Dee 27, "How Did We Gal tOur Daytona Beach will' give the 1st Alliance with an enrollment of 211; e lack el rellolen wasn't, But now iklndetp I
    know faith even
    report to the church and the Bible?". message at the annual Santa Fe Woman Missionary Union and my My actions belled the
    pastor, Rev. N. B. Langford,, On Sunday mornings the River Aisocition "M" Night; To Observe a Men's Brotherhood The Idea that religion fluid do any
    led In a prayer of dedication. theme: will be "Topics For the program to he hold at the North Church has Just begun a fullyIudi'd I pood The Hot time I really

    In the coming weeks thichurch Times." On succeeding Sunday + Central Baptist Church on Monday Communion Choir Program under', turned e.f./ry, to Ym God In,Your and Hondi Mid air,* .I
    will center its attention the massages will be, wa..w .at J at 730pm.Mobilization; the leadership of Herbert Jukes. -, wet on "toy rt.o *M. He mutt
    on world missions through the 'Jesus was A Missionary;"1 hove nclried tn give m. n.woi .
    Night, known a< A new service will be dedicated _
    It\t I
    tI. chaM. I" two
    Lottie Moon Week of for "What! A Christmas Without a
    Prayer "M" Is with the observance Carol Estates Baptist recently well, and happy.
    Touches Nights, sponsored yearlyby today itrangely
    Christ? "I'm Glad It's Christmas Finishing
    Foreign Missions. ; adopted an annual budget of
    the Training Union Department of Communion at the First Al- Something In ma now wants
    An enlarged emphasis on wor-: and "Inventory Time M,000-one third more than to make up the Ife! post, to
    of the Santa re River As Church 2400 NE IS St.
    for the Christian". Polishing up performances for a dramatic read any previous budget. Of this fealty about the contentment'
    sociation. The Association Is Rev. Frank D. Smith ,
    A children's choirprogr.m pastor and better lift we all can hove
    special will be Wednesday log tonight at the Episcopal University Center ofT comprised of churches affiliated also stated that this will be Missionary amount over WOOO will go for I' through embracing: hue fat...."

    New United night. Dec. 16.on featuringthe S. Eliot's "Murder In the Cathedral" are Rev with the Southern Baptist Con Sunday, with special world missions In cooperation Write your, own CU.ltl0M1, Ie .dt..-....
    with the Southern Baptist l I "Ilnnl lit'
    Beginner Cherub I, Cherub William W. Lillycrop, left, portrayng a tempter vention. Between 700 and 1,000 programs at every service. Convention In six the P.O..Ion II. Norwalk, Conn'Copyright.
    are expected to attend. I Pastor Smith will preach at years ( Ifco This publicttnice
    H Carol and Crusader I
    Gl"oupFormsCommiuccs Rev. E. Eugene Ruyle right, characterizing Arch church has given $11,000 to sponsored
    1 the 11 a.m. service on "Love bye
    Choirs. The Cantata "Lol A
    bishop Thomas Recket, and several students playinga The Inspirational message will and Adore Him" and at the world missions.
    I Star" will be presented by the
    Carol and Crusader Choirs. chorus of the women of Canterbury. The reading enter Men on the Shall program theme Him",,,730; p.m. service his theme will I Plans are now underway to JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL
    On Dec. 20 the Concord and to begin at 7:30 pm. is directed by David and "That Worship )be "A Place of Torment" ,construct a sanctuary with a
    2 11)), and special music
    (Zrph :
    I Today Is the close of the seating capacity of 600 duringthe HOME
    A series of neighborhood Choirs will present 1 h e Esther Lane with music by David Stryker. There la will be furnished by the North 1963.
    meetings. including one with Wonder of Christmas" by John no admission for the drama event which tells of the Central Baptist Church Choir, 'Vote for Sunday School" con- year FR 6-5361
    eat. Using team competition to The following serve In
    W. Peterson. The music programs
    University students, were held I will be under the direction martyrdom of Thomas Recket In the year 1170. The Dr. Tallant has served In the increase church school attendance ershlp positions In the (' Jtold'j
    this past week to further plans of the Minister of Music, performance be in the Chapel of the Incarnation capacity of anulotani I pastor and the "whites have a Ray Mooneyham, (' 311 S. MAIN ST.

    for the establishment of a Unit Frank' Stroupe. 1522 W. Univ. Ave.Officer pastor since 191)1.) Me has participated light lead over the "reds" at .Beacons; Curtis Tow n. ,
    ed Church In Gainesville.Rev. In many areas of denominational present The losers will serve a
    Melvin Dollar, Minister and community spaghetti! supper to be given
    of Church Extension of the. service, among which he has next Saturday at the Lake Swan I "MISSIONS REPORT

    Florida Conference, conductedthe i NationalAt to Speak served as member of the Baptist -;inference Grounds at I o'clock I FROM THE CONGO"I
    discussions. I Sunday School Board! member This will be followed by a brief

    A sponsoring committee has I of the Foreign Million program. The Sunday School EVENING SERVICE 7:00: P.M. TONIGHT
    been appointed to guide the I First lDr. I Vazarene Church College, former president of'meets at 143: a m
    new church during the organi- Kentucky Slate Tr.lnlng.Unln! The Alliance Youth and Adult!! BAPTIST
    zational period. Member of the Convention former moderatorf pellowshlpa meet at 6.M p.m'l UNIVERSITY
    sponsoring committee are com the General Association of Pastor Smith Is giving a study CHURCH
    Erwin G. Benson, assistant serving also as chairman of member of the book
    of appointed officers of Kentucky Baptists, a of James at the
    posed executive secretary of the the Church School board Mem- K2I N.W. the church and chairmen of 0' Kiwanis International since Wednesday evening service' at
    Department of Church Schools hers of this board Include the 7.30 All the F. GEORGE Pastor
    the working committies. 1942, and director of Hopklnn p m public Is wel -
    Church of the Nazarene following: Thelma Fulwood.
    in the ,
    Red Croas. come to allll'rvirel.
    church County, Ky.,
    Those appointed are Doris Grlner Edna
    will be the special speaker at Haufler
    clerk, Arne Spongberg: treasurer He has been listed In several
    Ruth Whiddon Linda
    the First Church of the N.zarene Warrington -
    Mrs. Ross Ellwood. financial 302 S. E. First Ave., at and Delores Eaton whoa who, Is a Kentucky Colonel '

    secretary, Robert At- 7 p.m, next Sunday 4 The local Sunday School la and won the Kiwanis Inter. YES! You can buy a
    k'ns: Christian education, Mrs. Dr. Benson's office Is located averaging nearly 20 per cent national distinguished service
    Bradford Howes, survey, Barry at the world headquarters ot Increase In attendance Participating sward In 1963. His former paw
    Wise; publicity, Mrs. Robert tJ1e denomination in Kansas in the denominational' orate wan the First

    Loehr; booklet, Gordon Tap City, Mo. He also manages the enrollment program, "Marchto Church of Madisonville, Ky, Quality Watch for
    per; worship, Grover Smartpoperties : epartment's church s c hool a Million" the Sunday which had a membership of 1.Ml .-
    Stratton Kerr youth convention program and Is ed- School enrolled M new persona He has served as pastor In I
    sponsors, Mr. and Mrs tor of the monthly Sunday In October The Sunday School Daytona Beach (or,one year '
    Warren Menke; and university school magazine ;entitled adopted the theme: "Fifty more I' little 1
    iident representatives, Sally "Church School Builder." In Sixty-four" for the November First Church of God as as hl.:1: 0.5

    T-Ihert and Norman Nelson. I Dr Benson has served the and December enrollment I IA4....., ,,,4. AHm.nlWenkle :
    Tentative meetings Include a.. denomination as a pastor, college drive. ....... Sash Mender Why ttttla for a "- -
    Christmas fellowship supper Instructor and adminlstra- The public Is Invited by the Ti41. '.M. watch when you can wear CARAVClLE-a
    being planned for December! tor, and in church school work. pastor and congregation to 51 JH.w. iTtk n..e product of BULOVA, It hat the dependablypracl ) '
    Future plans also Include the' He attended Pasadena College BENSONat hear Dr Benson il.rir IH.I Ft. 1727111 'l0rvewt.lad| movement, rigidly In*.
    first worship service early In in Pasadena, Calif, and he and a Sunday School workers!I spected SO limit. It', electronically tlmad

    February. AH Interested persons -: his family now live In Kansas meeting at I p.. m. In the Fellowship Choose yours today from our large
    are cordially invited to,City. i New Samsonite Silhouette selection. Sea them
    Hall\ next Sunday.T today
    contact either Mrs. Robert Ref J. Rex Eaton, l local 1

    Loehr, 212M or Mrs. Robert Nazarene pastor, has also anounced -I Counts Booth Is the local ,

    num. t IT. for further church'information )" that Benson will speak Sunday School Superintendent Jetpak Sp cg $19.95 ,*, WATERPROOF*
    about the new s

    Urges Brand new
    Group BAPTIST CHURCH and .

    719 N.W. 31st AY!. big enough : fk\, / :
    New Policy for her (
    i 11:00 t N
    On Addiction
    7:30( P.M. ,
    Iowa (AP) ,
    of !the /
    A home mission group and ,
    National Council of Churches small enough ,
    I I 4'I ,r .'
    wants church people to enter for him
    sr so,.'.
    the fight against narcotic addiction t e
    by treating it as an Illness' OPENAND Brand new "TE w } THE 'IUT

    requiring bilitation. treatment and reha smart and enough "Cis LOw-eOST GUWD WATCH

    Church-related clinks the use I for both ass'' __... sw; q w oa.1
    crest prl.hrN. .......-- ,................eaea.5.
    In state SHOCK
    of religion and changes f"w..y.l .
    and federal laws to permit rehabilitation NOW RESISTANT
    were among things
    to the council's general -
    oe..swew r. M..r.a.r
    board before It ended I 1 SHIPPING! s ..w
    two-day meeting here Friday.
    Society should atop looking
    upon an addict as only a criminal Cottons of NAVEL ORANGES, ..

    the councils Division of SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUITALL CARAVELLE A 4',1e1M' ./ BULOVA Welch, Ceatray 'lee
    Home Missions s.idln a report
    asking that the board adopt a PRICES -

    policy statement to that effect 1, W. Alto' Have Deluxe Boxes
    The proposal will com up for I
    final consideration at a board'I "Just A Nice Sunday Drive"

    meeting scheduled for Portland, : To

    Ore., \In February.The the I A tm of ktnai b a sin tWrl i.e..specblly tf k's I**.
    report described THE ORANGE SHOP oeju's saw lwpek. DeupMd W pact Inr a -**** of fuel or
    ,"WIftVIIe of narcotics among salt.yet dive uatr s let wet wet .Kline ip-wiL J: iti Mall
    especially those' Citra FloridaP. eMarr*aMf* Sniff e.d.ulwaw.rer.n.rler.. *us*>**
    young people .. .. he
    km frwM. lock* The 'fast fcUrtk to fbf tel
    in large city slum areas as a! 0. Box 125 fa/mom* MbnMtM HP* Hot yew tomrfca ......,. M die
    serious problem that should be war II'searl.le ...11I8. M ibr C1wtIe_... ... 'fI"

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    ,. r GB 'Gainesville l Sun Sunday, December 6. 1964
    I Is an American of Italian extraction
    and Is one of a small For CHRISTMAS
    I Choral Works Offered
    : Today $ POSTrr number of 20th century composers

    .. whose professional accomplishments NATIONAL FOOTBALL

    Byi REID POOLE events on campus.In PILGRIM'S PROGRESS cap. more widely available; the' In vocal writing
    Chairman, UF speaking of the American lures the Imagination) as wells present cantata was prepared I are as Impressive is those for LEAGUE
    Department of Music Premiere of Ralph V'I ughanWilliams' the heart, leaving to the under the personal direction of) Instruments. The text for I h e
    reader the discovery of the allegorical Ursula Vaughan Williams. The
    Two major choral works, one cinatata, "Pilgrim'sJourney,4 Canticle of Christmas Is a portion OUTFITSp'.l
    significance orchestral version s
    of them an American Premiere we can do t>"> better receiving its of the Gospel according to
    than from the "Ralph Vaughan Williams'I I first American hearing this afternoon BROWNS,
    to quote
    will be presented In pro F SU Luke, aet for four-to-eight ,LIONS,
    Florida Gymnasium this after.loon gram notes prepared by Professor first musical setting of pass was arranged by Roy and COLTS
    from I part mixed chorus, baritone REDSKINS
    Bunyan's work Douglas."Texts
    at 4 o' lock, _when EU Willli Bodine. ages appeared
    wood Keister conducts the University "John' Bunyan'i 'Pilgrim's In 1922 as the pastoral for the PILGRIM'S solo, and full orchestra. A KITS Include .
    of Florida Choral Union Progress first appeared In opera, SEHPHERDS OF THE I!: JOURNEY are drawn from a rich harmonic idiom is apparent Helmets
    the University Choir, and 1878 as i crude pamphlet relating DELECTABLE MOUNTAIN., variety of sources: the 1542 and allusions are made to 6
    the Symphony Orchestra I n In masterful allegory During the next twenty five Psalter, Bunyan's vivid alle- such' traditional Christmas Shoulder Padr
    Ralph Vaughan Williams' the Journey of Christian the years he prepared several occasional gory, the Gospel of St. Luke, melodies as Angela We Have
    and Vlt- central who surmountsall works and anthems and the Book of RevelaU Pants
    ; _. 'Pilgrim's Journey" figure 0 n. Heard On High" and "Silent .
    .. In the from the text, Including the This rich of
    trio GiannlnPi "A Canticle of obstacles reaching Interplay scriptural Night"
    ,t ..""" Christmas." Heavenly City. Part II, appearing motet VALIANT-FOR-TRLTH. association and allegorical Shirts i
    '.: ", Three faculty artists of the six years later, describes A final stage version, produced allusion, each phrase casting a WATER and ICE TEA
    to the In 1951, was designated as fresh light on the next, allowsa HUGHES
    University of Florida Depart- a journey same .tively drawn setting, full of GLASSES JIMMIE
    ment of Music share the solo goal as undertaken by his wife, a morality:. THE PILCRIM'SPROGRESS. narrative freedom uncom' the warm color and subtle In- Far Mt.tb. 0 RtittwtiitiSPENCE
    roles: Sarah Traverse Turner, Christiana, and her family.I After VaughanWilliams' mon In the choral repertory. flection of the English lan- SPORTING GOODS
    I David Wilmot, tenor Initially Intended as a religious death In 1J5I, those Opening and closing by ) -guage."
    soprano FR
    and Guy Webb baritone tract for dissenters from closest to him agreed that.1 ing the 1615 psalm tune qU)1-1 Vittorlo Gtannlnl teacher at CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. 1111 W. Ulli. 28212EAftlY
    This program 'Is ,the traditional the Church of England, the some of this music should be the musical work Is a the Juilliard School of Music, FIR MIS I II I
    book has bee
    Christmas Choral and
    ;translated and republish e d
    ,_ Orchestra program. .'[here li .
    countless times. Many considerIt
    .. no charge for admission and Iii"
    I Is cordially Invited to the first English novel; It
    everyone attend what has become one of Is certainly one of the most SALE
    Influential ..Ingle'volum. ever BIRD
    I the annual major musicalTONIGHT
    written In. the English language -
    With life like characters
    Nrwu (Mr, Worldly Wiseman,
    -.. rIYeIN Giant Despair Mr. LlttleFaith)
    .. 'H.n and memorable places ( the
    !!... !...... Slough of Dispond, By Path-
    I Meadow, the River of Cod) "til then to' 1i.
    2 TOP HITS! t HOLIDAYS ARE POULTRY DAYS but there's no need to wait
    0'111I'115. SHOW 7:00 .; ...........'. select the Turkey or other poultry for the festive feast. Why not make your
    III 10TH UTI AS ailS: ; selection Make the right bird No lost minute worry.
    W e. now. sure you get just
    first Art Run '
    I I '; And remember, NOBODY saves you more than WINN-DIXIE. STOats
    shits a reel smoky ktttenl I .
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    'D.c.mber.S.9 4 Gainesville Sun '
    Jtindoy._ {

    ---GETTING- -- -ENOUGH HEAT2Save _- Job 'Certain' for TraineesIn $ $ ssss S % % I ICLl'ES

    Fuel-=Save Money jr
    More Heat! i

    HEATERS Auto Mechanics, Clerking Prizeivord Puzzle' Corner

    By NORM LaCOE designed to cut Into the rank s I education, and none on age except .

    Sun Staff Writer of the unskilled, or those whose o that applicants should be ACROSS: SUN enuiwono' CONTIIT auiaiI

    Jobs ire almost certain for skills are out of date, providing o adults at least 17, and not In TIle cm fur IK* eor'Wt tMutim. M "'" .MIMWOR9 nJIRS ll S4MIt
    CLEANEDA 120 persons who will be signed them with the educational tools high school. m crrct HNUIWI i f*.f h.. 'm Mrs ii.fldy I 9ulllfc IK. _I y Sits wlnmtm
    1. WASH not bash b. *. .
    rmmit M Me UMH HIM*
    or gas '
    to train as auto mechanics. to find jobs' and become Subsistance allowances up to S, .
    productive It IK* wMmifM rurant KM b*** h m iWMraol' ubKribr! fa TIle S*
    auto body repairmen or office citizens.On KIT a week will be paid some WASH is most apt for the clue Mr Ik. n*caan.. i> eav1 M ...I. MUM It not. will M uiu It iMra IK*
    on* ,
    omct M
    positive reference to Km* "wsun lwmlvr ubicrtbcr tile kMW wl
    heater carboned up I workers. Ralph Prescott, man- the other hand, the pro students, Prescott said Those .ppear.ance. -: ::.
    and ONLY Much depends on where a iM sun wN III a.. a'.n.all. ..... 1111
    will *
    dirty not produce ager here of the Florida State gram alms at plugging gaps In commuting from nearby com- WOlD mine, nw.. "'III m ,.,.oct MI.HM-M" 7 wa.h'S p...Mri"nnlvM
    half of the heat it should. Employment Service, announced. the local employment picture, munities may be paid mileage the bash or gash Is located, .oc, M.N./*w' '"win' IMWV will, k* .vMM mMlly/ dm.w.5oic wnd"In." 155 ear

    Have your heater cleaned in areas where there is a costs for their travel They which the for clue example does,not could qualify.I be .. Si>tM WH CIM M MM vnM. .... es.w0/e >uni... D>MinlM cad
    now Save fuel $ 25 than .. ...,
    on Students coming more W in .
    Applications are now being shortage of trained help. wr WKldt r w HMl* tin m chj* blInltb.. Clip Hit 545 IIOUIt
    ... .
    underneath which "aearance" _.
    bills. and enjoy mart 5 I taken from adults who would 50 miles can apply for living case an wan, .oct tiN Nana M tunlmll, Ntodwnlul *r cllwr wh..d"5
    said businessmen *
    Prescott OTM
    rk"H' >fc IKII CWM 10 bM no.
    > need not be real .MM'M.
    heat when you need it. like to learn one of the three were surveyed about their needs, expenses to reside In Gainesville any _. i"" *" *.""* "" ell cow o. /d Mewu..t miss
    factor. 21U? "% atom' It aanMNS. If "'ry. All' cntiM. l..n_ tile
    CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE occupations, Prescott said. and it was learned the greatest during the course, Prescott MMnp M IK* eMMv,,w P.WIWInt, Ciniwy *M MM chi $4 _

    i will last six months said. (. COURTING: not countin L ._ ...
    HEATER CLEANED Training present demand is for trained wn."va1 It a.llie 55510055" Cmpr and e,1h
    hmINa .
    PINS| J% $.,? TM Otis Bell has been appointed map nor Inc flan/.
    from Jan. 4 to June 29, cover- mechanics and office workers. The "reports" would refer to
    Ing 1,000 hours of course work. The Alachua School by the Alachua County School their arithmetic, or, addition, i AfMr vo.* ...* KIM k> H<* .utiifc peas w M tile ana fII iMr Stock Goti County "" *" II "- ".".. .. ..,... I.
    I Some cf the 120 students to Board Is administering the program Board to supervise the program say, not their counting, .urely.! 5.I...0. ..c ai, ..-,." .* ("..... .r .>S. N PrliMort I* .... eMmll Sum atkiMvlli lull "CI,IMI_
    USED HEATERS 20 And be called will be paid their livIng and will conduct the when It begins, under dl- COURTING Is a far more natural "'L1* .DMIKtaMt"", lit ...0"....".. M 11 IK.If* 0._.. ei."..r... lull All Win wtrlM. ...I.* _M ,Wlckw MM" WMMWJT .w ...

    Up II or transportation expenses training courses. rection of Milford Capo, acting answer. !W.U'5r w.1. ... -. Ww.ala *. niriM list w M.rM i,, M. mills,
    avIa .a/.M M
    SPECIAL PRICES director: of vocational education .ccpitt
    NOW ON NEW HEATERSUrfl while in school. .
    The employment service Is 7. RUIN not rain. "An artist TMs. ,1e lie ,5 tiivm .
    Mnbnee w
    n'n"5 cilia' q.aMxy 5,1 es-MS
    I Forty adults are sought for helping recruit students for the create dramatic Impression Iodl r.M Sap mime .Mi mw. "'" I'lltl .moss 101 M1cn _., ,MHK.
    well a
    Persons Interested in enrolling may
    Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50 training In each of the three courses. I for the courses may contact of a RUIN" yes. But Cl mN.r" .::.:-:-o0.i va1NN = is it, ':/r,0laaiaeedimMIs-i

    CALL FR 2-9561 occupational Prescott said anas.the training The study is being financedby either the school board the "Impression" would be of ". jI.... -... ': ... -- ........ is .

    Is a sword with two a $100000 allocation from vocational training office, 0 r hnndfTstorm," rather than o[ 5U5h S, w.vn1.t .: :::: ::: .erred snh.,, ,. 'h4 Palrewoae
    program the federal government's Manpower ..... ;:... -" new P.1uewoae puts .
    C. 8. BOHANNON JR. edges.On the state employment service rain "III! a thunderstorm. o .Y. .. .aM1i.z" Pukt n.i m .airL.
    Development Training
    the one hand, courses are I. LOT not log Since the 'ns ... .
    ::; : NSaSa / n ice
    ,Act. w.n...._w, .rM :.: :: w.r : :IoI"-==
    Most of the money will be Today InHistory amount of work Involved In II .. "n, M4 ,.mail, 1pp.alt 1.5 '
    la unknown
    'sawing a log" an
    pent school.on equipment to run the quanltity, LOT Is the strong PnszJe No. 47

    GRIDIRON GREENBACKS FANS answer for the clue phrase "Is
    conducted In
    School will, be
    Clip and Paste
    liable to be aching" en a 4. PostcerdISM
    the old Volkswagen agency

    quarters at 1030 E. UniversityAve. By Tin:: ASSOCIATED TRESS 10. CHAP not clap. "A CII A P

    the Today Is Sunday, Dec. 4, the will show some gesture," but a
    There the auto mechanicsand 341st day of 1964. There are 25 clap Is a "gesture" ; G T L YGHT

    body workers will study days left In the year 11. BOLD not bald. "A BOLD

    Winner of Contest 9 automobiles and office work Today's highlight In history) statement' may be brief," but "a E "Aio"

    ers will study typing, shorthand On this date In 1875 Rutherford bald statement" Is so. ? LABC
    business machines and office B. Hayes was elected presl LNGL

    procedures. I dent. Hayes was the only presl 14 STEP not itew. One "thin, ND' D TI

    J. William Jones Women, especially those In dent chosen by a special com up" something abstract, such as I 1 1
    their 30s or 40's whose skills mission. It was named by Com a dance STEP or a recipe for a.O .

    have become rusty are invitedto Kress after an Electoral College a stew, not an actual stew.
    1029 s w. Tt Ave. workers' S E O a. A M A
    < look Into the office dispute left Samuel J Tildenone 20. GOAT not goad. COAT II

    course. short of the required ma- more reasonable than goad A AIL AS
    1 There are no restrictions on ority vote.
    person would need to be considerably -
    On this date I more than "rather T K LA

    I In 1889, the president of the nervous" In order to be "wo '
    confederacy, Jefferson D a vie, o UI
    rled" by the mere sight of a
    died. pointed stick I SON
    In till, the first radio broadcast -

    of a presidential messagewas :20. BOIL not toll. A BOIL "Ia E N R EG

    FROM ZALE'S made. It wis Calvin Cools likely to have a depressing' ef-
    Idge's first message to Cot feet," being large and rather ED W E

    (\ iress. ugly. Toll Is characters!leal I Ieihauiitlng y
    In 1923, the first radio broad- but successful r.
    J&l OAld < 1 cast of a presidential message suits of loll, for example, tin /O/ Krib vou r era and not would new 1 like a -to -,haw. The nabs tun

    Wk W( M0t/i/ ((9k W 00 i was made. It was Calvin Cool- b. exhilarating, rather tha n /( / ham.-d.lIv..d! check .bee. r"tr. Isms for
    Ida" first message to congress have "a depressing' effect" Mill, 11 rrlitwMd mbKrlbr CWMM* See Rul H* t

    Thus toll needs to be better Tk. CtlUMVlll J".

    hS I In 1930, Nazi Germany and qualified In the clue. I.* sr, !France signed a nnn-tgresalnn/ Name
    I pact.In. 22. LAMP not camp. "To make
    a LAMP efficient" In "it-
    1941 President FranklinD. more
    I ,
    Roosevelt mad a personal self," ,el. Not the camp "It. ...... HNmlwCI
    for elf," but rather "make" the
    appeal peace to Emperor
    Hirohita of Japan. method. and people running the ... "... these

    I Ten years ago Treasury Secretary camp more efficient. .

    George Humphrey told 21 BATTFRRD' riot tattered 111\ '''....,. Pile

    o the nation a balanced budget! The fans pnuld hardly actually! Clip endTeste.e'n."4r7'ir"trJ
    out of reach. "
    was BATTER their "Idol, though
    i Five years ago-Snow, wind I they might tear his clothing. CLUES ACROUiS.
    and sleet hit Western Europe, fence, the clue word "lool

    taking 132 lives In four days ing.. favors BATTERED and 1 II Vat the way a man should look when/ dressed up as
    One year ago-Dallas police really superfluous 'for Uttered. Santa Claus
    charged that Lee Harvey Os
    $2995 o wald fired the shot that narrowly .. T. Any outside the bedroom window of hie home could

    your choice $3 995 missed Gen. Edwin Walker IXW\ disturb a msn'i rest.I .

    your choice on April 10. 1".1"5 distant/ friends I Is
    A, M.,,'. handsomely! style 17.lwtl.utomlbC| Is when, apt to end up eipenslve,
    proof and shockproof Imprntlvt, msn's, 17|Jawtl t Etgln ul.ndl .ulom.tla.,.
    1 SPILL not swill "To SPILL f. Men of certain countries tend to be ..
    B. This stunning lidys 17 jew.1 l Elgin' It enriched by milt r proof". .shoctprool...duribl'* *'p,nslon tend. Fire DcslrojHLondon I champagne Is." quite limp I Iy, ,
    2 sparkling dismonds." L lady'. tniflly styled l1.j..l l Elf n ta.turs a UK wanltful." "To swill", II could Ii Could have I special: appeal to I discriminating .
    C. Smart Elgin for the ladle, ffalurhg 17]Jewels" petite brushed fold cane..xqulnte" bracelet bind
    ease. inIiIClI"J d".n.4 bracelet ban. Depot I ILONOO'f welt be coiuidered ImmnderIff Letters, for Instance
    or even dlngustlng, but
    : (AP) Fire destroyed hardly .'...teful." 17. Vessel used In cooking

    vdiF the Blshop.gste Rails
    raid Freight Depot here Saturday 4. STOCK not slacks. As the 11. Where then art concerned, much supervision wilt be
    due Implies, uld have nettuary.
    you e
    and burned to death two
    'STOCKS! of different" articles
    men who worked there Their ; 2L A Is the sort of fellow, who can let en
    but "different things" cane t your nerves.
    bodies found ss firemen
    'searched the ruins. necessarily be stacked together u. A defective may possibly be determined that a shall!

    I. ENGAGED not ttcape.
    not enraged
    fire one of lnnm'worst .
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    ABBY anything I can do to save daughter from this quack? 34 > -UGnZWNDAROMftNTlCAL ALL RICIT IF JT OOMTCOSTNOTHIN'
    DEAR : my '
    My daughter came crying to me that her husband UPSET 1 HAPPYTO SIMPLTFIAT WORSTEARNS/ RS,
    mistreated her, M I did what any other mother DEAR UPSET If your daughter doesn't care about her ( MARRY ME? AM DRtJTNtR N01tSTERn i ?' Tt.w.rwwpM.r.Yr SCMEONETHROWER
    would do I told her to leave him. She left him and then "doctor's" credentials, there li nothing you can do to save MARRY AWAYLPe
    she had a nervous breakdown. Then I was blamed and toldI her. You must remember thai your daughter has beta ill, ,
    shouldn't have "Interfered" in my daughter's marriage.She and the chances are she is not yet fully recovered, to f e
    now goes to a "doctor" and pays him $25 an hour. don't undermine her confidence In her "therapltl" unless
    They sit around and talk about sex for an hour and close you check him out and find that he Is Indeed a "quack P
    with a prayer. (I wonder what they are praying fort) I
    asked her If he was a medical doctor and she said, "I y

    don't know and I don't cart If he never got past the fifth CONFIDENTIAL TO "NEEDING LOVE" IN AMARIlLO; I !-Ii r7 JL e"
    grade, he la wonderful and he Is helping me." Is there Get your husband to a doctor.: Long time no "si." FLOMERZ

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    108 Gainesville Sun Sunday 'December 6, 1964

    veto control over use of the -

    I Johnson, Wilson Accord Likely on NATO Force I would weapons.share The in other developing countries'nuclear -,

    strategy and tactics. NOTICE!

    By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER er key NATO countries notably with French Foreign Minister Wilson, Gordon Walker and borne nuclear force of 25 ships 50TICs Oil 'U.LIC ..IA.NI

    WASHINGTON (AP) PresI- West Germany and Italy. Maurice Couve de Murvllle but I Hetley are due here Sunday and MO Polaris missiles jointly haarina NotIce la will'"haraby... hald gMn by lha that FtarWi a public"Milk" I

    dent Johnson and British Prime Undersecretary of State reportedly found no change I in evening. ov/ned and operated by a groupof Markatlng CommlMlo Ana tar Tads'm and Flarlda all at nw Ms UMMrIt Milk, DELICIOUS TREE RIPEr )

    Minister Harold Wilson workIng George W. Ball conferred 1 In the stern opposition of the NATO' allies. auparvhlan, and ....1.".... III thaHon. ,

    through emissaries are retorted -London early last week with French government to NA".I'Onuclear Both Wilson and Johnson I The United States would keep ON .,,lorlda Chambar.commanclng Stall Capitol"at 0135:7.115150-: AM." CITRA FRUIT

    to have laid a basis for Wilson, British Foreign Secretary force proposals, Inclui agree that their plans are nego on Mmlay. fMcambar 14, It**, nlatlv/
    IN ton CIRCUIT' COURT 0. FLORIDA m.llon.
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    probable agreement this weekon Patrick Gordon Walker and log the controversial U.S. plan tiable. Johnson Is said to be fully IIOHTII. JVCIDIA CIRCUIT 'N AND I. Cmldaratlon. at martalwMi arannduear -,
    FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN. .oualliatlon pool. ardw eon.
    the broad outlines of a new Defense Secretary Denis He- for s multilateral nuclear forci ready to make drastic ceRY. ,."' 1... racommanditloni tram thl In.try -1 NOW AVAILABLEFrom
    approach to creation of a NATO aley. President Charles de Gaulle changes In U.S. plans for a sea-, P441115.0 IN. REt 1 *,. .CammKtan., apaolntad far (hitpurpota I
    nuclear weapons force. Ball and Ambassador David seems certain to mount an active IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of FLORIDA THOMAS ORIFFIN VICKIRVT 1 Onildaratlan' at maximum ctiargait. Our Citro Groves
    IIOHTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Adopt ," and'iTcirnlMr.tlon
    Their two-day conference is Bruce U.S. envoy to Britain, campaign within NATO Ode ALACHUA COUNTY, 'IN CHAN SHAROM LIB RAIN producan" Ins handling hauling

    expected to produce some hard reported to Johnson Saturday 00 against any proposals which ClftV. Chanciry Na IBM a minor child MOTICtTil milk norkatlng' tarrllorlil Iknlri *l i Naral Tangerines Oranges
    bargaining however and officials -the proposals which Wilson Is result from the Wilson-Johnson ITTA ITMCL. COCHRAN. Mr Wlnitan" Lacy RtttonJay .. Cmloaratlon at a kl.l aroar m4.17 -
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    are already cautioningthat bringing to Washington and on meeting. tllTcOCHRAN Nsw P41445.0 mma/ ;>"IMY... ar changaa inauld
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    ing without negotiation with oth Ball also conferred In Paris will be prepared to do, for a a for Olvorc Hal bian. ,. ttlodagolnit ION. minor 1 aild Fatltlon balng HIM MIN Cammlulana. ,
    you and you ar* .... .. laornay In lha Circuit Court at Florida' eighth' CWorniWiatlon" ot lha dm wits any PACKING HOUSE
    the nuclear H... 5 d _, or pleadings Judicial Circuit,In and lor .
    solution to .weapons copy year Alachua County ordor, changa or ehango 'hi ma .rouraantarod
    ills CwnplaM/' 051 Plsl1NI'l' Af.I You are haraby" raoulrad, I. UK your by tha Cammliilon aa mull
    problem despite De GauUe'sopposition. R.. 4. Juillu. Ill foum' MainStroat. anwar to othar plaadlng t* m* Pitltlan, ol ouch noarlng Mid InvaitKallon b* IhiCammnalon U.S. 301 18 Miles South of Goinesvil .
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    ar pMadlng kl atlteaol not ba franlod m gr ..10.. January 4, I. Cmldaratlon' and oatarmlnallon ell Take Fla. 20 to Fla. 325
    INVITATION FOR-SIBI/ -- rM Clark .. tha Circuit Court an arbalara ,IWi. m..Igs..t, your anawar ar atharploadlngi .11 mattara mating la tha (ongoing. mdothar to U. S. 301 I Mil South of Citra.
    QUICK TIlt l.., County Hnnlnt Authority th* alt day at Dacambar" "... It ahauld ba HM with .... Clark maltara" that, N lha Commman'sIudomNl /
    will bids tar lha twnlahlnt a. 'you loll t. da ... tfacra pea Mntam <*. mu Court and copy land anFotltlonar thauld b* ramlooratf and MtrrILL .
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    Sunday,,December 6. 1964 Gainesville Sun lie
    I': Paintings Stolen I -

    Two paintings/ valued at KV.[morning by store owner Tom
    oral hundred dollars were stolen Henderson.
    from a local store Friday night,I Investigation of the burgla?
    city police reported. twill continue. ,

    Officers said the paintings, on America's 42 million amateur We have thousands of
    loan to Trader Toms, 632 I gardeners spend an estimated reasons lo
    NW uth St., from Gerald La.1$4, billion annually pursuing
    verne of the University of Flor.( hobby, nut Including the
    Ida Teaching Hospital were discovered -((cost I of liniment for their back.
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    .. ..... (lion Period 7 a.m.
    UF Calendar I Conferences
    dl!it (Week of Dee. -12)) Union) I" Dec. 7.9 Health Personnel
    :\\ > ; : .);; :" r Sunday' Annual Christmas i .,.. Oxford< Debaters: Florida Workshop, Medical Science
    ; tL.4) f Concert: University Choir and Union Auditorium, 8 11 p.m., Buildh-f, Room 112.
    t Choral Union, Florida Gym, 4 reception follows. ExhilMoBiDec.
    "if' p.m. I TueSday Senior Recital: I 3D Ecclesiastical
    Bleeping beauties Christmas on Campus Margaret Hughes\ Pianist t; Vu'rlirt Exhibit! FlorMa' Uar
    ,. ,i and Tree LightingUniversity Marsha Costa vocalist; Build- lot hrtb Wing Gillery.
    Auditorium, 10:30: p.m.MondayPeace Ing R Room 122, 2:30: p.m.
    Corps Peace Corps Testing: Dec. *30 Wood Cuts and
    Drifting Blossom \y by 4.I;;; Testing: (See representatives Florida Union. Caseins Lily Shuff, Florida Union -
    f In Bryan Lounge of Florida I Thursday Final Examina BrimFOR Lou"'f sge.
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    Woman's Club entertained with the -
    Madrigal Dinner Concerts Monday and Court Jester Donald Vickers Jr. was '
    Tuesday evenings. master of ceremonies the second year
    x when the Gainesville Woman's Club ,
    \, presented the traditional old English ,
    ., -, Madrigal Dinner-Concerts opening! the I
    City's Yuletide Season. j trR
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    .. aI Murphree Jr., UF students, entertained ; j
    members and guests at the dinnerconcerts .
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    the early development of musical art, was this group of high school ) .
    students. Pictured on the Club House stage are left to right, Jimmy Whit. or
    new, Steve Williams, Miss Candy Anderson' Miss Cherie Karnes, Miss _.i- }
    Kathryn Brooke, Miss JoAnne Fulwood. I I"n Johnson and Wayne Lee. .... .1 -II'p.I '.' f"ta1r

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    Elizabethan, style, .dinner-concerts, : for year, also served as receiving' hostesses *L

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    I /.b s ...*t.i.... pun frunaay, fcetewner <>. \ par's Presbyterian Church 101 SW

    Street will be decorat.ed .
    CalendarOf .. Christmas Holiday Tour Third by Daylily Circle. "The
    i Bride-to-be Honored Chapel at Christmas" Is their

    theme Mrs. Newton Ebaugh

    !Is chairman of the committee Ito

    EventsTODAY Arranged By Garden ClubBy decorate the chapel.

    Tickets for the Christmas

    December t SIIIRLEY HALE to decorate Mrs. Da v lei and the Nativity scene will Holiday Tour will be I o 14
    Y home. be repeated in all of the at the tltree.home.. Adult tickets
    Senior Honor Group) of Gainesville Garden Club Old English/ rooms. an $1 and student tickets -
    "Gainesville Music Teacher's c will open three homes and a Daisy Circle will decoratethe lona Chapel
    Association, 2 p.m., Mrs. B. chapel decorated for Christmas home of Mr and Mrs lona Chapel of the First art fifty cents each.

    .,Y. Kinzey, 212 SW 42nd Street, AiM.A on Saturday December John R. Harrison, 727 SW 27th I'
    Gwyn Oaks. 12, and Sunday December 13.
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    Advisory Board,. 3 p.m., Pub- Tour are from 2 until t each beams, paneling and polished '
    ."lie Library, Starke. day. wood floors will set the \' FRESH FLORIDA
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    y for heir theme, "An
    Garden Club circles decor scene CITRUSFor
    ,"Christmas on Campus", 11
    ating the homes and chapel Old English Christmas". A
    pm, President J. Wayne this Gardenia gaslight torch will mark the CHRISTMAS
    year are Daisy 'I
    R Iti, speaker. Tree Lighting
    Hibiscus and entrance. Fresh greenery will of
    Daylily. Everyone will enjoy o gift
    Plaza of the Amer.Jcas
    be used on the winding staircase "Florida Sun hln," sent directly i:
    Immediately following. Oriental Theme and throughout the from Crou Cretk. 20 yeah j
    7 Kappa Alpha Theta Alum. traditionalred wcceuful fruit ih pplna ouor- /
    where the
    Gardenia Circle's theme rooms Look for the
    Club Tea honoring pledge antes quality
    class of active chapter, 3:30: will be "An Oriental Christ- and green colors will be famous Cross Creek brand j 1

    "to 5 I F' Faculty Club, mas" at the home of Mrs used.Mrs. !
    p.m. Fred Arnold l Is
    D. Davies CREEK
    -West Newberry Road. r41 221 N W CROSS
    : Fourth Place. chairman of the decorating

    '.,.MONDAY, December 7 The magic of Christmas in committee. P.O. Box 101, Island Groves

    Gainesville Woman's Club the Far East will unfurl as Nativity Theme Phone 464-3410 t l'
    tDlvialon of Religion, 2 p.m., -. you approach the house and "The Nativity" will be fea- ) WilliamsOwnerfr
    =: 'dbrlc G.H. (Hugh
    Program and General Meet- Betfy'Pou e.elec& of Al Aloobrok'Ia shown pinning a corsage on see Santa in a rickshaw witha tured throughout the home of +
    :'lng, Clubhouse W.a t UnU her hostess, Mrs. Harry C. Duncan, who entertained with a tea for the bride. coolie. At the entrance of Mr. and Mrs. Flake Parker Dellcloul jams, (elliei, candied + i
    "verslty Avenue. to be early last week. The tea, given at the Duncan home, was the first of there will be a high styled 715 NE Seventh Avenue, frulti marmalades. All .. t
    a number of pre-nuptlal courtesies complimenting Miss Pound. The Pound-Al- Oriental Mask. Featured will which is to be decorated by erangti ore ..,dl... noveli. ; I'.
    Gainesville Bridge Club I .
    aobrook wedding will be solemnized December 29 at the Holy Trinity Episcopal be a number of Oriental Hibiscus Circle. Mrs. H. N. In SilkLlnds.y'e i :
    -7:30: m Recreation Center. Se. our
    p "
    Church. Christmas trees one of whichIs Miller Is chairman of this Dtpt. Store now
    1 I :Gainesville: Woman's Club Pre wedding parties feting weekend Included a luncheon a dinner complimenting the a Sapphire Velvet tree committee.At 'til' 0_. j j"I
    9.30. Art Class, Club-
    sm Miss Betty Pound, bride- given Saturday by Mrs. Ben affianced couple at the with padded silken fig u res the front door there will
    \ ,) Duae. elect of Al Alsobrook, this 0 Franklin, who entertainedat Gainesville and ornaments be a modernistic Madonna. A .I
    .. Wives and women faculty her home. Golf and Country Mrs. Charles A. Black Is life sized creche will b e
    W1 College of Health Relate An all. white bridal arrangement Club. chairman of the committee placed In the living room, I
    Professions, Christm a i
    ShowerGiven of camellias rr.
    gladioli -
    Darrel J.
    Coffee, I p.m., Mrs.
    "Mass, hostess, Dr. Mase, and chrysanthemums was ONE OF THE FINE STORES IN ,
    used to center the lunche o n
    Dean of the college, g a t s t table.In DOWNTOWN GAINESVILLE
    speaker. sr
    Women of the Moose, 8 keeping with' the Christmas
    p.m., Moose Lodge season, Mrs. Frankl I n e'w'
    Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Miss Frances Gail Anderson presented the bride -to-be
    bride elect of William with a gift of a Madonna.
    , Club, Christmas party, 7pm. KAY= ERr
    Mrs;;:Russell L. Danburg, 212 Samuel Ivey, was honored Corsages were also presented by
    SW 13rd Terrace. with a miscellaneous shower to Miss Pound and her mother ;.;
    Great Books Discussion recently at the home of Mrs. Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr. I
    Cfijup, I p.m., Gainesville Curtis Ralph Newsome. Hostesses invited guests Included the .
    Public Library, for the affair were honoree, her mother Mrs. J.
    I Mrs. Newsome and Mrs. N. Anderson Jr., Mrs. Harry we per w
    p TUESDAY, December I Charles Donald Beatty. C..Duncan, Mrs. Ernest Bell, n I
    Alpha Omicron Pi Alumnae The Anderson Ivey nuptials Mrs. John Watt Kirkpatrick, A Boa to color? r
    Club, 5:30: p.m., Founders' will take place December Mrs. Douglas Bails, Mrs. /d
    Pay Dinner, Chapter House, 23 at St. Patrick's James Feiber, Miss Helen
    B19 Panhellenlc Drive. Church. Graham, Miss Janice Jor- 1
    ( University of Florida Law The bride elect and her don, Miss Linda Conner,
    Dames, S p.m., Mrs. Frank mother, Mrs. Frank N. Anderson Miss Sandy Taylor, Miss Car.
    baloney, 1823 NW Tenth Ave were presented corsages olyn Johnson, Miss Call Me- < y
    .nue.Anna of white rosebuds. A Caleb, Miss Terry D a vock
    Miller Circle, Christ- gift of silver In her patternand and Miss Nancy Calhoun.
    'rtfl!a Party, I p.m., Elks a family heirloom of crystal Dinner Honors CoupleMr. HOLLYWOOD )
    .Lodge."Gainesville. was given Miss Anderson and Mrs L. Calvert

    ,i : Antomologlcal by the hostesses. Pepper, and Mrs. Sam Bull ,' rA, ,.
    ( Ohio, Noon, Park Lane Cafet White carnations, and roses entertained with a dinner 4 'v'' .t.A '
    I 3a, Capt. Laurence John- and pale blue candles! complimenting Miss Pound t. ,
    1\\ )Blf!) guest speaker. adorned the serving table, and Mr. Alsobrook Friday I ,' I TEMPTRESS
    .. -League of Women Voters, laid with a pale blue cloth. evening at the Gainesville
    'J)3) i.m., Mrs. L. J. BennlnRer, Invited guests were the Golf and Country Club BRA
    'JMl NE 20th Avenue, Unit bride-to-be, her mother, her In the small reception
    :kneeling.Merrysteppers: .. paternal grandmother, Mrs. room of the club, an arrangement ENHANCES I
    1 Squire Elsie M. Anderson, Mrs. Angus of yellow roses ,and EVERY -- ,
    -Dance Club, 8 p.m., GainesJlJle Merritt, Mrs Don C. Mason bronze chrysanthemums graced "
    o ,
    I : Recreation Center. Jr., Mrs. Russell Cowles, the console. a NECKLINE!

    University City Lions Club Mrs. Woodrow Shaw Mrs. Yellow roses and silver 3', II 1
    I ::Christmas Dinner, Primrose William Reynolds, Mrs. Charles candelabra holding creme t,
    Walnut Room, 7 p.m. E. Clayton, Mrs George colored tapers graced the U- -
    .:;, Girl Scout WECO Neighbor- Steele, Mrs Byron Wlnn HI, shaped dinner table, where .J'"I
    mood: Meeting, 9301: .m., Girl Mrs. Joseph E. Cox, Mrs. places were marked for the t ,

    -Scout Office, 810 NW Eighth Curtis E. Newsome, M r, following guests: 1 : tLI .
    .Street Douglas Scates, Mrs. Faye The honored couple, Mr. i4Jtid.
    :"WEDNESDAY, December iNewcomers Welsh Mrs. Don C. Mason and Mrs. C. Addison PoundJr.
    -: Bridge, University Sr., Mrs. J. Wesley Carlton, ., parents of the bridetobe ..
    Women's Club, 8pm. Mrs. W. S. Franks, Mrs. San- ; Mr. and Mrs. HalT'C.. .... wIUt a (trail to *U I
    Fill' falendlltit liihlwi toMM
    Ttlubhouse ford W. Coin, Mrs. 0. M. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Crier ...
    West r ytoad. Next tat tiling
    Mrs. Luther G. McDowell Klrkpatrlck Mr. and Mrs. 0 ml InNon strap* Whit
    .. Gainesville Mrs. Walter W. Kyle, William G McCrea, Mr. and :' happier eomMniUonr On mid fist in style in this "A" line house coat! II
    Chapter Daughters
    > heel, cftooie any of semd tricot of Caproltn nylon U quilted to
    Mrs. Satin.ire
    Larry Schenck Mrs. Mrs. James Feiber Mr. and ..
    of the American RevoluMton mellow sued ".d. fitwrfilLFuhioa /
    3 p.m., First Presbyter. Virginia Skinner. Mrs. Robert V. Carpenter.Miss Wear this wide-set strap bra beautifully under every neckline warm lightweight Kodclpolyealer double l
    :tan Church. Miss Mary Ruth Hazen, Jan Jordon. Miss Dot- lavished with nylon Atyuon lace It has light booster $1291 I note: trim welt Mamt and. a I
    League of Women Voters, Miss Nancy Dee Williams, tie Weldemeyer Miss Nancy pads to give you that flattering above-cup fullness. Colors ,row of kvttoni, topped by a bow trimmed roll I
    ..i:30: a.m., Mrs. F." Blair I Miss Marcia Mane, Miss Calhoun, Miss Kathy Crow, keyed to your most Important outer fashions. Bra 1249, ,collar.Sil18In( Pink Fearl.Twilight Blue
    :Jtteves, 312 NW 32nd Street. Jeanne Grand, Miss Muff e I Miss Ashton Barfield, Miss ABC 32.36, 5.95. or Tally Ha Red.
    Merritt, Miss Johnnie Bloomer Grace Dodge, Miss Jeannie
    'P. E. 0. Chapter AF, 10 $1600 $1998'fiiiIL
    :Jun., Mrs. Joe Jenkins Jr., Miss Jane Guy, Miss Judy Grand, Frederick Neal, .Rev. Full length,
    Mrs D. H. Yawn, 1927 NW Brill, Miss Linda Chamber, J. Gary Waller, James Lang,
    'Eighth: Avenue Miss Janet Ernst, Miss Sha William B. Conner Rusty Ingle -
    ';Junior Welfare League ron Campbell, Miss Carolyn James Greene and DavId

    :Board Meeting, 10 a m., Mrs.EprF Whitehead, Mm Sally Moore, Beard. OUt lkt, m
    Scarborough Miss Suzanne McRae, Miss i The hosts presented an an- O
    Chapter AP, P.E.0., Luncheon Carol Cox, Miss Lynn New. tique brass trivet to the hon- m M6RICArof by KAVS E
    Mrs. W, T Sandefur, some, Miss Bonnie Glelow. ored couple. s l l O b.DItMIGN.
    '1418 NW 16th Terrace Miss Sonny Hamilton and This evening, Mr. and Mrs.J. ILa ,
    University City Bridge Club, ."Miss Linda Hart N. Anderson Jr. will give p I

    7:30 p.m., University of Flor .
    Ida Faculty Club, West New- t w
    berry Road.Gainesville. This is how.she'llJook iiJ. ;". ..
    Woman's Club, ,. .
    Book Review by Mrs. R. Eugene AWARD WINNING t".. '.;::A
    Rutland, 2 p.m", C 1 u b- .
    house, West University Ave ;
    'nue.. j g YOUNG SHOE .. R'.G
    Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., Sewing I I
    and Covered Dish Lunch- IDEAS BY
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    'too, noon, Mrs. Susie Cren- I
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    University of Florida Pharmicy s
    Dames, 8 p.m., Mri. 'I. I '
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    University of Florida Medical
    Dames, I p.m., Mrs.. Thorns :%

    'Plice.Bartley. 2m NW Third 5 when she ; IDI

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    BMS University Administration Dames opens your II The young shoe ideas' that hare won I

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    SW. Eighth Drive gift of ,II e Award are in our store right now. l i
    University of Florida Arts C rt See our irresistible collection andyou'll
    ;Ind Sciences Dames, I p.m", her personality-perfect I fr ." I
    Dr and Mrs. John Bolten i see why they are the favorites I

    1317 NW 12th Road._ EATON'S Fine Letter Paper 4. of fun loving young fashionables.VI .

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    Sunday December S, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C

    Shealy-Godwin i I

    aea EngagementsTODAY" STAJUCE Mr. and Mrs. The bridegroom elect was a January wedding, which

    Medford W. Shealy of Starke graduated from 'Lake Butler. will be solemnized at life" I
    Madison Street Baptist
    -. .... announce the engagementnd
    ": { '" Plans have been made for Church, Starke.
    w .
    December ter approaching marriage of
    their daughter Miss Sandra PlannedMr. I
    Anniversary Party
    Dinner complimenting Miss 4T Shealy, to William F. Godwin -
    Betty Pound and her fiance of Sanderson. and Mrs ,James with a reception given at
    Al Alsobrook, 630 p.m., Mr. Fletcher Fairish will celebrate their horn, Route S, by their.
    and Mrs. J. N. Anderson Jr.,. The bride elect was grad- their twenty-fifth wedding ton, Lowell Parrish. I
    .Gainesville Golf and Country uated from Bradford High The party hour are
    4 M School. anniversary Saturday to f:30 p.m.LONG :::
    Club.,_'_'_'_._ _______._. '.
    MONDAY December 7
    Luncheon feting Miss Betty
    Pound, bride elect of A1
    Alsobrook 12:30 p.m. Mrs. 0. HOlIDAY
    N. Harper and Mrs. W. C 0'. 1
    Neal at the Harper home, $29 a4iitt5igis+
    NW 22nd Street.

    Bridal shower feting Miss
    Mary Ruth Hazen, fiancee of
    Ted Raymond Brown, I p.
    m. Mrs. Jerry Swearingen Miss Ana Lkhtenwalltr Miss Carolyn Johnson Miss Dale Dianne Starling 11 IN FINE
    and Mrs. Earl Petty at tha
    former's home, 828 NW 40Ui LichtenwalterHernandezCol.
    I Drive. StarlingDouglasThe I

    Shower honoring Miss Caroline and Mrs. Leon E.Llch- walter Is presently employedas FURNITURE':
    Steckert, fiancee 0 f tenwalter announce the engagement a secretary by Aeroj e t engagement of Miss ed from Ocala High School
    John E. Hudson Jr., a p.m., of their daught er, General Shipyard, Jackson Dale Dianne Starling to Amos and attended Daytona Beach
    Mrs. George Bartlett and Miss Lois Ann Lichtenwalter .ville. Theodore Douglas Jr. Is an- Junior College,
    her daughter, Mrs. E. J. of Jacksonville, to Lt. (]j.g.) The bridegroom elect was nounced today by the bride- Mr. Douglas was graduated -
    Whitley Jr., 2610 SW Third Edward Simon Hemandei Jr. graduated from FlaquemineHigh elect's parents, Mrs. Re na from P. K. Yonge Labora-
    Place, Golfview.WEDNESDAY son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward School, Plaquemlne, La. Starling of Gainesville and tory School and attended Gordon
    December Simon Hernandei of Plaque- and the University of Louis Clayton Starling of Del a nd Military College. He I s
    Luncheon complimenting I mine, La. iana. He Is now stationed at The bridegroom elect is the presently a student at Central
    Miss Caroline Steckert, bride- The bride elect was grad Pensacola Air Base. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Florida Junior College.A .
    elect of John E. Hudson Jr., uated from Gainesville High January 2 has been set as Douglas of Gainesville. spring wedding Is being
    1 p.m., Mrs. William F, School and attended Wesley the date of the wedding which Miss Starling was graduat planned.
    Moshier and Mrs. Roy N. an College and Massey Business will take placa in the chapel
    Green, Gainesville Golf and Collece. Miss Uchten- at the Pensacola Air Base. I
    Country Club.Luncheon "'II..."

    Betty Pound honoring, bride to Miss. be Johnson-Berkley .... Mr. "Santa"In

    of Al Alsobrook 12:30: p.m.
    Mrs. John Maines and Mrs. STUART, Fla. Mr. and uated from Stuart High LUXURIOUS
    W. G. Boltin, GainesvilleGolf Mrs. R. V. Johnson of Stuart School and Is presently a senIor A Quandary?
    and Country Club. Fla., announce the engage- at the University of Florida II
    where she is assistant
    THURSDAY, December 10 S
    ment and approaching mar- Girt Her Custom SOFAS
    Dinner complimenting Miss head majorette. She is a a i
    Betty Pound and her fiance, riage of their daughter. Miss member of CM Omega soror 11I1 Designed Sweater and .. ,

    Al Alsobrook, 6:30 p.m., Mr. Carolyn Johnson, to William Handbag Set-$30.00 and $40.00 ,
    and Mrs. Percy Beard and V. Barkley Jr., son of Mr. ity.The bridegroom elect was II (Swnttn May !. PwtkCustom .... S.Nrat.tyl II t; From 13995 .
    and Mrs. William V. Barkley
    their son, David Beard, 832 graduated from Gainesville CI
    Sr. of Gainesville.
    NW 22nd Street. High School and attended Designed HOllclbogs-$14.S0 Ta $25.00
    1J \
    FRIDAY December 11 The wedding will take place Florida State University. One Of. Kind Costume Watches
    Shower honoring Miss Kay January 30 at 7'30 p.m. at and Jewelry II J5 A wide selection of fine sofas especially priced for .
    Nelson, bride elect of Ron the First Methodist Church of II Christmas saving..Choice of traditional, Early American f
    J aId Wiggins, 8 p.m., Mrs. Stuart. Rev. Allan Stuart will ChanceCarver !t or Contemporary styling in a wide selection of fabrics.INVITING.
    Thelma Larche and Mrs. D. officiate. THE
    B. Beasley at the Beasley
    1 home, 704 NE Third Avenue. The bride elect was grad 2 CASUALWOMAN

    Nuptial Set &
    Mil NW. Utk It

    Plans are announced to* -

    day for the marriage of Miss Jam*

    Carolyn Jean Carver daugh. I
    ter of Mr. and Mrs W. G.

    Carver of Lakeland and

    t ;. Chester Burt (Chuck )

    Chance, son'of Dr. and Mrs. ''IW41
    Dean Chance of Coconut j

    . Grove. !, CHAIRS

    Tha wedding will be a n
    Chairt makt MM! Chrlitmat glfti
    event of December 17 at 8
    p. for the whole family. Gift thai ea
    ic: m. at the University Methodist Proofs beneath On aMng ploaauro and comfort S6995
    t Church. Rev, Thaxton through the whole year. SM ttir (tins
    6 Springfield, pastor will be Unless ,"'.. already posed for lift portraits we .chalit today.
    N cannot promise delivery before ChiiMm W. can
    the officiating clergyman. promise something just as personal and perhaps,
    A reception will follow the more unutoal. For thai someone specie on your
    list,five proofs for ChriatntM.Let them choooe their
    at the home of Mr
    ceremony i .
    favorite pose lot later deli ,
    and Mrs. Thaiton Spring '

    field.Miss Carver was graduated f new.u .

    from the Univenity of Florida : IlNfl0' et rl IlJ.port14li
    where she was a memberof
    Alpha Chi Omega social /
    sorority and Theta Sigma Phi Phone

    t Myx Journalistic bride elect a GainesvilleSun The ) FR 6.5323

    staff writer. I 1/1 Yrf 821 N.W.

    Mr. Chance received a Bs. '
    50th Wedding PartyMr. BA degree from the University I 13th Street
    of Florida and will b e
    graduated from the UF Law
    and Mrs. Jim Hope cat the first piece of wedding tike School on December 18. H. \
    during their fiftieth wedding anaivenary party Wednesday Is a member of Delta Theta
    afternoon. The golden wedding reception attended by 3M Till legal frat er D It ,. ; Tablet for every purse end purpose A practiccl .
    friends and members of the family was gives by DM CM-
    pie's ion, Norwood Hope, and Mn. Hope, 1tM entertainedat No Invitations re bel a g .ita, 'P.j gift that will ofwoy be appreciated Ctutad. I It
    their home. TIlt Hopes were married la Diodtor, Ft*., Docembtrtlftl sent but an friends of lb. .
    couple are Invited to attend
    t $2495 to $9995 1i 1
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    Circles MONDAY 1 1J

    Church SPECIAL i0'

    TUESDAY, December I a 1j
    First Pre bt rtaa Church .1
    \ FOR HIM
    of First Presbyterian ,
    Noon Women Gift \ ....... -J
    Church Joy :
    The o Plne newocy SO ,
    Porgram and Offering. Sand Om. wercuiw.pp "po. '1J

    wich Luncheon. FellowshipHall 95 :00-: ,-r e: i FOR HER
    First Methodist ttircb. WSC8I eiwn-UNue.mdt t err fOe is S.Mwoss.c he weave % w.- yea is.. h
    pa. Circle a Mrs. J. L \ 9-INCt9 grill? M. and to offoct for f) 0..00. y... Mloudwru/ *! iI
    Simmons, 441*Newberry Bon. \ SERVER pan or ovorung MOT. A mo It. r h nrwb revs a.nsa.tie.wet.hwaive .dMesons. .. : tjiI ,

    levard. \ REG. $8.9S MONDAY S6 S send weed tt"w.a..s$ I
    First Utikrraa Clink otatr- ...... I
    I pm.. Lutnerna Vomtn't \ A.ohty pu.dI .-..-..
    Missionary League, Sarah \ The satisfaction of owning Cued t.ble. od.y rs wrut end very Oacorotof Lamps.
    Circle, Mrs.John Hetling. S10 ONE fma silver thaplaosura .... Iwlaslw .....-.. .... lit cMac toll In nary shady and.colon. .
    NW Iftb Terrace. l of giving o UN'DAY .r Mn..a rl IC' end tIwt M". tr.Plea.
    larvenity tatWria Church ful gift that ts in such exajuisife H" In. r :: l Over 300 to
    I Christmas Party, \ baste very w c ,e Iom.
    p.m. fj
    Mrs. R. Bruce Simpeon, m specially priced Monday 4175
    NW rth Terrace. I ONLY only. Coma early and s9's
    leftllliler I' broWw,
    First LedwrU lurch crvi A DISTINCTIVE GIST -
    l )jn, Doras Ore.*. Mrs. I ...-.. .. .. ......... suet :
    Mark Barrow, MM NE 1W I/ T..w lOWll'lY AccouesArnPSO.d

    A YfI'QI.' l'btJrt

    St Patrirh'e C.cWII Church Wam- I/ t fOR THOSE who CARE .
    8 ,.JII., 51. Pstnek's ;
    la's Caib. Parish Hag.Syrnp .
    yutl'J/i t

    Wt from ctaned pies' J
    .pp1e1 Add a IittJI olllil stay-
    MinaUe along with prepared 1 ft... S72.t247fj 2J 11 S.w.11th Street I
    and sno it as a
    yellow nustaod 102 W, ueive"niry Aa Pk.PS. 3U4 JJm
    tL-m.n for shredded jreeajcabbage I .. a >MiaiMMt.MsMiJjaiMI
    salad. .rt

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    1 4C Gainesville Sun Sunday. December 6,- 19<4

    t' Honors Bridal Couple Art Class

    ': Parties Fete Beth Meadows Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Carter Mclver Mrs Maude .Stam Members of the GatnesvilleWoman'a

    t .. and
    at their of Newberry.
    Complimenting Miss Beth surrounded by camellias and Miss Meadows a gift of chI- entertained recently per Club may attend an
    Meadows, bride-elect of Shelton placed on I reflector na In her home with a dinner party hon- Mrs. W. T. Ellis of Lake City art class Monday at 9:30 a.m.
    ) pattern.
    Boyles, a pre nuptial Pouring coffee were Mrs. orlng Miss Grace Carol Dodge and Juddy Carter. at the Club House, ,West University .
    i ] coffee was given Saturday Lawrence McGlynn, Mrs. T. Prizes In games went to and James Hicks Greene, who
    morning by Mrs Paul Hanna C. Skinner, Mrs. H. K. Wallace Mrs. Grant Simmons and will be married December 19 Avenue, Mrs. Jean
    and her daughter, Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. James W. Da- Mrs. Alice Steel in Richmond, Va. Always I h a It. or beat 0. Mitchell, who will teach

    T. p E. Floyd, who entertained -, Vault. Miss Meadows and Mr. The guest list Included Mr. French dressing before serving the class, requests anyone
    .., at the Hanna home. Pouring punch'were Mrs. Boyles will exchange their and Mrs. Tom U. Greene, par to emulsify It; In this planning to attend to bring

    f '. In the receiving line with James Sanders, Mrs. W U nuptial vows December 20 at ents of the bridegroom elect; state the dressing does a good water colors and )large art
    -ti the hostesses and the honoree Kilpatrick, Mrs. John W. Har- 3:30: pm. In the First Meth- Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hill.I I I job of evenly coating the salad

    9. were her mother, Mrs. W. R. dims and MIs. Ann Fierson. odist Church. Miss Janet Hill. Mrs. Myrtle Ingredients. paper.- -- ----------
    ... Home, and her grandmother Those assisting In the I -- ;;
    Mrs. Ruth A. McPhcr on; pitalities were Miss hCJs-1

    .:i Mrs. Carlos Boyles, motherof McDonell Miss Joyce Thomas '
    ... the bridegroom elect and Miss Sandra Edwards, ) h
    .. his grandmother Mrs.. G. R. Miss Yancey Harris Miss! :
    1 Leynes Sr Pam' Reban, Miss JoNez A
    '4 Corsages of camellias were Love, Miss Jennie Murphree )
    presented to the bride-elect, and Mrs. Billy R. Home. !
    '] the two mothers and the two Mm.. James L. Sanders and
    grandmothers by the hostesses Mrs. Lawrence' MeG 1 I
    .... who also gave Miss Meadows were hostesses for a bridal ynn
    a gift of silver in her shower
    Wednesday evening

    1 tC > pattern.Centering the coffee table, honoring Forty guests Miss Meadows attended the Coo, tones of green delectable new coloringby

    laid with a sheer white linen affair, which was given a I Air Step. and soon to be seen

    1 1I cloth was a cupid figurine the Sanders home. everywhere. A color that blends well ,
    + Mrs. J. W. Poole and Mrs
    1i yrrP? Bill Harrison assisted the with every costume you own- '*. "

    i DAR PlansProgram hostesses Christmas In the appointments courtesies and styled with Air Step's"

    I I were used In decoration for I famous comfort features.
    t tI the with
    party miniature I
    I reindeer and angels decking
    I the serving table laid with I
    I a handmade ecru linen cloth. I'
    ', 'Follies' Ads Gainesville Chapter Daugh- Camellia corsages were
    Walking ters of the American Revolution presented to the brideelect I

    will meet Wednesday at her mother, Mrs. Horne; the
    :J p.m. at the First Presbyterian bridegroom elect's mother, I
    If you see feminine stoppers carrying big, black bags wllh"Follies" Church.
    J lettered In while on the side, you will know they Mrs. Boyles and his grand I
    Hostesses will be Mrs. Arthur
    mother Mrs.
    Leynes by the
    Ire members of (the Junior Welfare League reminding everyone
    i of the 1001' folllei, which Is to be given In February. M. McNetly, Mrs. Albert two hostesses, who also gave atLook
    Vidal Mrs. J. H Vidal I
    I i Mrs. Gerald McCoy, Mrs Marvin Gresham and Mrs. fred
    Mrs. John F.
    : Siva, left to right above, are three of the League members Paul Hennessey Hartman, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. UF Bridge Club
    ; J who a.e the bugs on their errands about town.
    Whiting. Mrs. James
    iJ B. Montague Mrs. James C. Luncheon Set !
    : Junior Welfare League 'Is In white felLMembers SUkely, Mrs. Robert Gregg I
    .p "kicking off" Its advertising!! will soon have and Miss Katheryn McNeely.Miss University Women's Day I
    ' campaign the 1965 Tollies tickets available for the Mary Gresham regent time Bridge Club will meet I To B-L Shot Department
    'I with each member becominga show, to be presented 0 n announced that Natural- with Mrs. Pierce Brook 0 rb, I
    'j 11 "walking advertisement." February 26 and 27 at the Izatlon Court will be held 1003 NW 7th Place, Thursdayat For fit, Fashion and Selection
    Gainesville High School Audi Monday at 11 a.m. In the Fed noon for a potluck lunch. I

    i I All League members will torlum. eral Court Room at the new eon.All I Use Your CHARGE ACCOUNT
    I, be seen throughout the next All proceeds will be donated Post Office. University women art THE STORE WITH M RE
    I ," two and a half months with to the League's many .Mrs. L G. Gramling, chairman eligible to attend. For reservations I GAINESVIIIS SHOPPING CENTER or Our LAYAWAY PLAN.
    charities. of the Americanism and and further Informa 1102 NORTH MAIN STREET
    I ,l large black bags lettered DAR Manual for Citizenship, tlon call Mrs. Brodk rb. Res-
    "j' with the word, "FOLLIES," The cant, directed by the will welcome new citizens ervations must be made by I Hours-9 : A.M..l0 : P.M.
    f Jerome Cargill Company of and present each with a n Tuesday evening. i.I l i.
    New York, will include American flag I
    Birthday League members, sustaining Dr. U. S. Gordon will b e
    I members and friends.All the guest speaker Eta pro-
    :: Dinner Fetes gram theme will be "The
    advertisements for the
    .r People Who Know Their God
    : I 'I' Mrs. Brown program have been sold and Shall Stand Firm and Take
    the art work Is being comp "
    Action. Christmas music
    t ALACHUA Mrs. Lola cted by Mr. Jack lIadley. will be presented by the Mel-
    r j 1 Brown Advertising chairmen a r e ff15 rci
    , was on her odettes of Gainesville H Igh
    I Mrs. Paul and Mrs.
    : seventy eighth birthday with Robert McKinley School. Mrs. A. D. Sandars .,,.
    I Clayton.
    : a family dinner given by Mr. will review the National Defense
    \ .I and Mrs. Lamar Malph u r sat The Follies CO'' chairmen News taking up the ,i) t r
    their home. are Mrs. Marvin Gresham resolutions of the National So-, task
    I and Mrs. Gerald McCoy ? ,clety, DAR. I iL: )
    l { Fall floral arrangements/ ,
    ,J II I. were the appointment used., '

    I' I \ The guest list Included Mrs. PROBLEM? u. :t 6

    i Mabel Spires, Mr. and Mrs.
    I t I Jimmy Spires and tarn I Ily. Remember we
    I t Immocslce; Mrs Imogene handle delicious Telephone Lighter and Cigarette Bon DifferOmoming sat..comb, hair brush and cloth. Commuter Kit left and packabl Convaniint -
    j a In dirk walnut Reuse lift, box. $5,00 "wet pick. Black or Brown ,95
    Strayhorn, Mr. and Mrs. ent and unusual Convention piece $'." ,!$:
    t Billy Brown and family, Pa- INDIAN RIVER ,
    hokee; Mr. and Mrs. John '
    Bracket and family, Ray e e e e e e.e see 555.55 55 sea.
    Carl Brown of Gain's v llle, Gift Packs .
    Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Brown, 1Fi & .
    Mr and Mra. Jimmy Brown
    Mrs Pearl McDavid Mr. and \ t INSTANT GIFTS j
    Mrs. S. M. Brown and Mr.I I : t
    Mrs. Maurice Brown Jr. order by Dec

    cf Lake Butler. delivery.12th for yours Christmas : -Flo For Christmas. :

    Garden CircleWorkshop i vpL .

    : ,. A COLONIAL : Already wrapped, ready for you to present. each distinctive gift :

    FLOWERS, comes in its own glamorous gift box with a Golden gift card at .

    Camellia Garden Circle ;* INC. tached. You'll find something to delight every man on your list in

    members will have a Christmas I ? this wide selection. each item wears the handsome look of : Hit ind Cloth. brush,
    Workshop meeting it I li 826 W. Univ. Ave. gunumo nylon bnt-
    the home of Mrs. H. W, Frier- t Hickok quality. Come wrap up your Christmas shopping the pleasant ties "walnut wood handle
    ton 1411 NW 31st Street, I I v FR 2-5775 Instant way! ring h.nj.r $!S.00

    Thursday at 1:30: p.m. :

    This seiilon has been set a ... i ii:i .
    week early because the f o 1 1- iJ .5
    lowing week the circle will
    give Us annual Christmas
    party for the Clover Cottage ,
    at Sunland Training Center r '
    t 7tRd 0-11 il11''

    She Horn. hone .
    SPANISHos' head motif en long .
    bamboo ".ndla. .
    no squat, M ttoop. Wallet lad Key c...
    USO matched Mt In handS -
    soma r.,uto DranafVat-
    I e . . I I I e e e I I I I e e at. 3 Gifts In 1. Black or

    ..1' Brown. ".19...,I-99Or.

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    BEAUTIFUL.BIT. r Valet, ,In "walnut aver night
    prkl"l for all his trtatura $'.00

    : T.. .Rack ",*..o"IUled. Walnut wood
    with 36 chrome folding arm. 13.99
    DEADLY This year-give the gift of Round

    To someone In your family whose hearing la Impair, then & "'
    AIN...elr N h ear lift more thoughtful or .mor p.rman.ntlr appreciated than a
    ,.,...... n. r.. hearing Innlrumtnt. And giving K .Imp!., to p.r onal, with one
    .r50 w hen 1wr1wne.n.e of our ,Itt mtiflcau for all or part of the instrument COlt ,
    q -
    r in a beautiful miniature holiday box.
    .... ..... ..
    -III ...... o M. en.y hires. You can daptnd on Ml to provi.1. acl.nUlta. fitting with a mod.nt,
    ,.,_ of .100 ww.M Inconiplcuoua instrument suited to the Individual naring 10...

    W I. N w.l.h..h .r.w. .Mea.... ., ZENITH "UyJ", Sound" ,
    1041...100.5. 51 p..ew .5
    1551 s. y Ie .
    the. -. auf wwc" ---.._ HEARING AIDS
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    w a s -
    HOlly Mr.e 10.50. 55.aehsi0.1 $5000 & _'
    s..s,5 10 III 150..00. Up
    Hen, ..."l/ I. fId rose 0.,4 s'see'
    Jowelty case mooogrwnnwd. Convenient
    FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID compartments" ter ... Ire JewaI'1. 13.00 f\ f i
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    r ., Phone J75.1UI If You Have a Hearing Problem USE CENTRAL CHARGE B-L CHARGE LAYAWAY
    Consult a Doctor First
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    December C. 1964 Gainesville. Suit SC

    LovelY LingerieRobesfE

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    Softly flattering, exquisitely The prettiest gift under the tree _L t
    4 d.+ feminine a peignoir set a peignoir set with a fru-fru 4 _
    by Henson-Kick.rnick. Bewitching '-y- 1 of nylon tulle down the front, ..
    for her with a shift .
    around the bottom end on theback
    1 gown that falls from tiny .
    ( of the neckline Underneatha
    straps to o deep lacy hem. Y I
    peignoir over flows a shift gown of nylon chiffon with
    fully down to elegant lace a sheer overlay. In heavenly colors
    sleeves. Both are underlined of r.d, block, blue. Sizes petite, M
    In black or white small, medium. 1299 Itt
    J'in 32 to 36. 35.00 set. irl .



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    moments a soft satin quilt.d robe f : ( :! ,t a 1I

    I designed with a face framing portrait l er I ,

    collar, self covered buttons ondcontroslil'lg c 'r'ter

    lining Simply" enchonting ( r'

    to gift her with. (In gold or cherry
    Size >8 to 16. Long robe 01 shown, i 'rA

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    Q duttet ,1tNNd with dainty embrodery <. _
    fj that' move from the collar and
    tG 1 WN down th. front. Mode or ornel t'W
    G aer..rld nylon blenj, for the ea U
    ptG .. 0 r LINCUIC DIfA TMINT rif ..f.d.ca10 (n pink, t><4* or ld/te,
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    t ,; CC Gainesville Sun Sunday, December g, 19S4Woman's

    Mrs. SimpsonTo UF Law Student Awarded High. HonorORLANDO
    t Club Events Include Entertain j

    I Church WomenWomen This evening, Tribute." will receive the Award and rles and Also out attending. of state will vlst-b e .
    of University Lutheran Mr and Mrs. Sidney Gluck- Mrs.Cluckman, now a student will read a letter of thanks tors.
    Christmas Program Review Church will meet at the man will receive the Eleanor ot law at the University / from Mrs. Cluckman to the about 100 youngsters and who civic owe
    of Florida win not be their educational
    home Roosevelt
    of Mrs. R. Bruce Simpson Israel Humanitarian 300 Orlando citizens expected
    Award dedicated present because of final eiamirition. advancement to Mr. and
    900 NW 37th Terrace on for samices to be at the Hotel
    Members of the Gainesville publicity; Mrs. Walter W.;.Allen Tuesday at I p.m. for their rendered to'the community The award Is to present Mrs. Gluckman, as they are
    Woman's Club will enjoy the ?Mrs. H. G. Babers, Mrs. annual Christmas Party.\ of Orlando and for their ,be presented by General Elliott Cherry Plaza tonight. members of the youth organizattons -
    ,: annual Christmas tree during eI F. G. Burnett, Mrs. B. P. Be- The program, under the direction vital and sincere efforts In Roosevelt, son of t and h elate Mayor Robert S. Carr will In which Mr. and
    vllle, Mrs. Mabel Mrs. of Mrs. Wilbur Bock, helping to sustain the State of President Roosevelt Gluckman have been
    the regular meeting Monday Boyer Eleanor Roosevelt. be In attendance, togetherwith Mrs.
    Israel The awards will b
    will feature songs by a choral e
    at 2 at the Clubhouse, E. A. Clayton, Mrs. A. L. I leading dignata- adult leaders.
    pm. Combs, Mrs. L. R. Dragstedt, group composed of Mrs. made- during a "Dinner of However, Mr. Cluckman many_ ---'-
    West University Avenue. Robert Llnd Mrs. James No- ;
    Mrs. A. A. Gillis, Mn. C D.
    The tree has been adorned Cunn. land, Mrs. R. J. Kilgore, Mrs. Mon.
    Wilbur Bock, Mrs. Philip t
    with Jewled orna men te Mrs. L. P. Hart Jr., Mrs.C. Dahlberg and Mrs. Eleanor : Tue.Wed.: VALUESINSTANT i I
    made by the Craft Croup C. Hill, Mrs. H. H. Hobbs, Reneke. They will be accompanied
    of the Division of Art, under Mrs. George A. Holshuh, Mrs. by Mrs. J. A. Bat- Noon.
    the direction of Mrs. Lynn I Dewitt C. Jones, Mrs. J. Ed tjes.
    Ten Eyck. Jewelry for this iij Price, Mrs. Tommy Ridge 11, Gifts of favorite Christmas
    Mrs. John W. Sites, Mrs. El- "goodies" and the autographed (1UANTITY 521 NeWe 13th Street ,
    permanent collection was do( RIGHTS .
    a bert Voss, Mrs. Henry Walts, recipe will be exchanged.If RESERVED ,
    I nated by club members and Mrs. William B. Watson Jr., transportation Is need- \
    friends.Co Mrs. W. E. Williams, and ed contact Mrs. Lays A. Johnnuggles -
    Mrs. W. Harold Wilson.
    chairmen for the afternoon I son. FOLGERS '
    program, under the I
    division of Religion, will be Mrs. Eugene Rutland

    I ; Mrs. R J. Hayes and Mrs. "COFFEE CREAM" INSTANTCoffeemate
    i Conference
    : William L. Sawyer.
    Mrs. Rutland, active instate
    Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell
    church work, Is In de-
    will give a Christmas Meditation t
    mand for and COFFEE
    speaking counseling
    ,f followed o ar
    I by a reading with youth groups. In wry
    I by Mrs. Harry M. Philpott. ; 4.
    1964, she was elected a lay
    J I Croup carol singing will be
    delegate from the Florida 10 oz.
    WI led by Mrs. John Wilson, accompanied Methodist Conference to the I O 6 0%. JAR
    Mrs. Jack Boo FOR ONLY---.g9
    by Southeastern J u r Isdiction-
    : harm*. al Conference. 4

    i Proceeding the program, a Members of the Book Re- ,_
    I regular business session h is view and entertaining com-
    : been called by the president, mittee for the Wednesday .
    meeting are:
    Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr. '
    ; \ o! c
    Mrs. Wilson 0. Boozer, e
    Book Review
    I chairman; Mrs. Robert Hyatt, '"
    ), Members who heard Mrs. : .i."
    Eugene Rutland of McIntosh .',/ .(, '" or', tiI'

    review "The Tall Woman" it '6 ,' J.."... .. r
    the club last year will not t ,. v '
    I want tl) miss her review of

    I' Lillian Smith's "Memory" of "it's :too a A Large Christmas, Wednes ff not lot.X' .
    day afternoon at 2. / your selection V' "\ 1 k", ", rs

    This affair Is being presented "CHIQUITA BRAND"
    under the direction of CHRISTMAS CUD ,, .#. ASST. FLAVORS
    the division of Book Reviews (!gJl4M ] GOLDEN RIPE'Bananas
    ( with Mrs. Albert C. Edgar,
    chairman, and Mrs. GordonN. Wi.-ihrf AJ.d '
    Owen, vice chairman.Mrs. f .
    h wIth..yeur non.QQ1CKyS I Qual Craft you with this black
    Rutland will disc u s s leather around
    ...v"i..f glove uppered boot fleecy-lined
    Miss Smith's account of theauthor's
    the ankle. Smart young fashion and fine quality,1littlepriced
    I nostalgia for a family -
    Christmas In the Old South. r for you\>j QualiCrsft. 4 O Q

    I The reviewer, a native of ONE DAY r."
    I I C' Georgia, Is a graduate of La- D.ELlVERYCHESNUT
    Grange College In LaGrange, REG.

    i\.\' Ga.husband Last celebrated August, she the and anniversary her OFFICEEQUIPMENT tBaK PKG. 5 LB. C

    of his 50 years In the CO.
    ministry. The Rutlands also INC.
    J have two sons who are ministers 104 W. Unl,". A... fll 2. 411 Gainesville Shopping Center Open Til 9: P.M. tKRAFT"PHILADELPHIA"BRAND
    ,a In the Florida Methodist I

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    I A : r' Values up to 79$ yard II ROLLSWIENERS

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    2 1.00 HOT DOG
    ey d. ; '. for
    t,,,1 yds. LB.
    !\ 90
    v: a, A best seller. now reduced for quick clearance! PKG.
    Made by a maker so great we dare not mention PKGS.
    : i names. All luxury prints. 36 Inches wide. Shop 2 0F8 39c ,

    x ; I Gilberg's prlcel early and really save at this low clearance *

    I -IVIURISH" "
    bin i IK wu I
    I 45" Famous Milliken I DINNER ROLLS PKO.or u. 10* Pork Chops 59*

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    or .eltdtingfeshion NOW 52.39 PAPER"NORTH UN"TOWELS PKG.Of 39 "BRILL0..2R29" *

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    Acetate Crepe PRINTS I j ,

    I $1.49 yard values 1 Take advantage this special buy. just In time

    for Christmas sewing. Hand-washable, spot and 50 EXTRA
    50 EXTRA
    99 yd stain resistant. Ira eosto wear, sews and drapesto ..:-.... -.. .:. se,....w.. -. .. .,.. ... .
    perfection. Now in many exciting fashion colors II' -MU'-._ II. -ALU'W11r II I

    rJ'J, .. ( Buy Now and Save I for Savel sportswear, dreues and suits. Select earlyl 2'CurUp"FRYERS DINNERS 2 sk"rie 01.10 I

    ,.1. 109 W, University A,.. FR 2-2721 .-e -ow.revMer'. c-"c.... n .r.erpT.err. c- ewe 0# .,.,.r-4. ..,. I
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    Club NotesBy I .

    Pre-Christmas ..
    RALPH H. BLODGETT Dr. and Mrs. E. C Klrt- I '. ..
    I Nine tables of bridge played land. Mrs. D. R. Scarritt, and : SALEOF
    | for duty at the University B. M. Winn Jr. were runners-I ,
    1 Faculty Club on Wednesday up while Mr. and Mrs. R.
    evening for the duplicate N. Livingston, Mrs R. W. l esktspeeiai
    game of the University City Bryan, and R. H. Harms r r
    I Bridge Club. The average took third place.
    score was 108 match points Th. club will hold its next FURSSAVE .
    ]!'or all pairs. game at 7:30: tomorrow eve- .
    Harry C. Boardman and fling at the Recreation Cen-
    the writer captured first placein tcr. Visitors are welcome.
    [ the North-South direction
    with a score of 1274! match
    points. Dr. R. I. Johnson and *
    Robert W. Jones were second .. 10%
    with 1194, Mr.. and Mrs.
    arced R. Anderson were third
    With 119, and Mr. and Mrs OR MORE
    John C. Soderstrum were
    ourth with 113.
    Mrs.John Benson and Mrs. .a i On Top Quality
    1. Sloan led all the East-
    ,Vest pairs with a score of Mink or Mink-
    932Mi match points. Second
    Went to Mrs D. R. Fraziernd Dyed Squirrel
    Mrs. Robert W. Jones travel underChristmas Reg. 99,00 12.95! /
    with 127 third to Mr. and Mrs. put
    J. R. Trimmer with 1204 1. l To 599.00 luxurious mink
    end fourth to Mrs. M. Herget
    and Fritz Pellum with 107. tree!IFor f STOLES539.00
    The club will meet again on PLUS FED TAX
    ednesday at 7:30: p.m. at the that Very Spttlal Person en REGULARLY 18.99 25,99
    University Faculty Club on your Christmas list...thl most SALE YOUR BIG MOMENTS LUXURIOUS ACCESSORY OPEN OR CLOSED
    ;West Newberry Road. All In- thrilling jilt of D''. tiovtll We
    |terested bridge players are I how travel gifts!( el oil film from CROWN.,.MAGNIFICENT MINK HAT (MINK TAILS' )', YOURS AT A
    ordially.Invited to attend and I I budget.roll plant tlriifilemiUcruliH. 84.00- SPECIAL PRICE YOU SIMPLY CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS! YOU'LL GIVE A
    compete.By I I Wi Mil lilt oriltlcotn,
    JOIN E. CRAPSDr. I i too,for crtdit toward imp trip...
    and Mrs. E. R. Woodward I finywhiri throughout tin 110'". I PASTEL. RANCH BLEACHED WHITE, NATURAL BLUE DYED BLACK,
    Mrs J. A. Jones Jr., I PUT A STOLE
    1 Mixed Teams club I
    championship of the Caines- I TRAVEL
    [vllle Bridge Club Wednesday I Stoles"2nd CBA NO DOWN PAYMENT
    evening at the Holiday Inn. SERVICE FLOOR
    There he competition.were eleven teams in !I,I 80S W. Urn. FR MS4I FLOOR 10 MONTHS TO PAY! Millinery,Shop211II



    SALE (Next Corner Below Wilson's)

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    CLUTCHSTYLES Triangle's quilted gold vinyl storage chests for chIno VELVETEEN!'
    and silverware Protects saves extra washing" .
    b. Zipped silver chest holds 12 complete place Mttlngi FOR SKIRTS DRESSES, ROBES, COATS,
    In clear vinyl packets 3.98; Divided cup chest JACKETS, SLACKS, SPORTSWEAR OR
    \ fr IN stores 12 cups; foam dividers J.9I M 17. Platter FORMALS. LUSCIOUS TONES OF
    chest stores 3 platters up to 12x17"; foam dividers ROYAL, CRANBERRY, EMERALD
    b RED, 2.98. 4-pc. china chest lit uppertd chests hold
    saucers bread & butters, soups or salads end dinner
    BLACK, plates; 48 foam dividers , .,.,.,,S,9ICloset.Shopl" BROWN.

    COPEN, FLOOR 2.49 yard


    ; Sizes 6 to 18 CBA
    + (Wilson's Continuing SPORTSWEAR EVEN EVENING
    Budget Account) A I C SKIRTS! 45" Wide.
    NO DOWN 1.00 yard
    t1w PAYMENT C BA

    6 TO MONTHS PAY Piece Goods Shop-lit.flOOR


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    < 12.99 & 14.99
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    AND WHITE. FUR TRIMMED A Soft Cushion Lining. ... 12.99

    10 to 20 Cr 121 to 22Yl CASHMERE COATSREG. B-Silvery and Golden Spark -

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    Dress Shop- Coat Shop Ladies Shoes"Bridge

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    Colnesvflle Sun Sunday, December, 1964 .,

    I I[-I Hither And Yon Littlewoo'd SchedulesChristmas DinnerAnnual CAMELLIAS...Our Specialty! 1 1

    ticket sales vantiesond sizes in bloom now! :
    .11 II I Annual! family Christina i Advance dinner i
    By RUTH WEIMER Plsanl of Alexandria, Va., who entertained more than 300 dinner for Littlewood Elementary will be made In the school ALL TYPES OF NURSERY STOCK '

    Nineteen days til Christmas guests at the Augusta Country Club. School parents! and chil- library on Monday and Tuesday AT REASONABLE PRICES

    Driving up to Augusta for the party were the Philip's dren will be held In the during school hours or at i
    Yes, that's the number remaining as of today with the
    for those daughters, Mrs. Harold Stringer, and Mrs. Frank Spain. Littlewood cafetorlum tues- the door Tuesday night. Latchstring Nursery
    count diminishing much too swiftly who have cards
    to address, packages to mail and holiday goodies to bake. Another family celebrating a golden wedding date were day from 3 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be $1 for adults M'I ltoi., Flo (Highway 26) Phone 475-5475 I
    given at Polkton C.
    N. Charlotte
    near to honor Flake Wtlcomcl
    Vltltort Always
    City stores and streets are gay and beautiful with University Parker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. lasso Sampson Parker. The The program for the evening and fifty cents for chil I
    Avenue all glitter with red and green yuletide decorations. Parkers and their Karen will Include caroling led dren.
    daughter and son, Kenneth, flew I
    Christmas bells and wedding bells will soon chime ----- -- --
    up for the weekend. by Littlewood'i Scout groups. I- ---- ----
    together as many UF graduates-to-be finish cramming for Dinner tables will be decorated -
    finals and make the walk to the altar for their December Mrs. Edward R. Stephens and her parents, Dr. and Mrs. by the classrooms. from Libbye's
    weddings. C. G. Wlxson ST., and Mri. D. A. Davies were In Spartan-
    burg S. C., for a golden wedding celebration recently. During the dinner hours, CHRISTMAS JOYS
    Reminiscing of golden wedding celebrations are several
    This celebration honored Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Isom, who the PTA will display desirable -
    City families. books available for families e.
    were married In Gainesville 50 years ago Mrs. Stephens,
    Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phillips spent a gala holiday In Augusta then Katherine Mixxon, flower girl for the wedding, Mrs. to purchase and donateto V 0
    with the letter's sister, Mrs. Frank Arthur Hazard, and Mr. Addle Richardson Morrow of Jacksonville maid of honor, tile library.
    Hazard who recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding anni and the bride's sister now Mrs. ,Wbron Wlllsos of Dallas, Library enrichment Is the
    versary. The golden wedding reception was given by the bridesmaid, were all there to participate in a gay round of principle project of the PTA
    Hazards' daughter, MM. Frank Pisani, and' the Reverend parties honoring the Isoms. Fred Cone, who was ring* bearer this year.Let 1
    was unable to go.
    Included as honored guests for the reception were the Select from attractive
    couple's son, Glenn Jr., and Mrs. horn who live In Florence, casual separates & outfits
    PERMANENTLY S. C. The Junior Isoms were celebrating too for their silver Us KnowIf
    wedding anniversary fell on the same. day as the Senior
    +I ELIMINATE EXCESS horns golden wedding date, e2 & 3 PIECE OUTFITS -SKIRTSSWEATERS
    you are planning a holiday
    party or expecting
    FACIAL HAIR Ms Mrs. Sam Bud left this morning for her home in Buck
    of town for the Yule- .. Central .
    U Chars.LIBBYE'S
    guests Free Gift Wrapping Ley-Awey or
    Hills County, Pa., after a stay of several weeks with her
    V*, ,.,,,,.nenHy .U"'n.t.' excess facial brother Calvert Pepper, and his wife, Sarah, now home from tide Season, please keep the
    hair ,.'.you cm'I do It with' creams, weerSri. Waynesville, N. C. Driving North with Ellen was Mrs. William !- Sun posted. Send us the In- Free Forking On
    .. or any other" wiyt T""'. mtthod" ii not unpleasant or Federal
    A. Jr. formation mail call the
    Pepper by or Loft
    beyond that financial budget of matt the method
    Chat ,.', sumo... nw.n>td hair It tfoctfoViii., Do Mrs. Butz Is making plans for a family reunion at Christmas Women's Department, 8-1411
    not off l when all the and their children ..
    put learning details call Mr Dwyir, ikllladtltctralogiit Peppers have been Invited between 9 and 4
    / for in appointment. You will b* delighted to spend the holiday weekend with her at the farm, a.m p.m. NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATRE
    with the results! "
    "Double Tree.
    tin Booklet'
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    nD'WYERELECTROLOGIST The Clayton Hustadt and -< '
    I their daughter, Karen Kay, .,&3Jiim* .
    and Mrs. Alfred Newmasterare
    I 107 W. University Ave. FR 2-8039 back from a holiday trip 3r _
    in the Bahamas. The quartet '
    flew down from Miami and ,
    stopped at the Carlton House,
    While in Nassau they attended

    tL"ft.+ t Services American attheAngellcan.Thanksgiving We Are Proud and Happy To Bring To .n .,,, r.

    Church Christ 1 Cathedral. :
    \ '"
    DIteWJ'i .f' They visited the Straw Market You Fashions Finest Knitwear =:;
    n ; climbed the Queen's Staircase

    the' school[ of the Nassau Water "
    \ ( set Tower visited Fort Flnecaatle,
    and toured Fort Charlotte and
    the Ardastra Gardens besides
    browsing through the native
    shops. by

    o e .

    r .
    Now at home In their first ..
    apartment are U. and Mrs.
    I George Wayne Arnau, whose
    new address is .3830 Fillmore
    Avenue, El Paso. Mrs. Arnau
    was Miss Jane Ann Baughaa,
    daughter of the Denver Baug-
    bans before her September

    wedding. George who serves I 1
    with the U. S. Army Medical
    Services Corps, has been assigned -, -j
    f .1 I es to duty at the William '' V
    Beaumont General Hospital '
    e e '

    While Bernie Fairish prac-
    tices and is away from home Jrv (
    I playing football with the .
    Q w ak I Cleveland Browns, his wife, Ii
    the former Carol Congleton of
    Gainesville, and a group of
    pretty wives of the Browns
    keep busy with "palette
    parties." i

    1 Carol, who received her dej j
    r MACSHORE CLASSICS gree in fine arts from the j -r ,
    University of Florida has an j

    For the Private World of the YOlJI'IgBeautiful improvised "studio" In the j J'
    basement of the Parrish I <;
    In white cotton oxford-cloth with long sleeve, home in Aurora, Ohio., where s. i'4y :
    barrel cuff, button-down collar and shirt tail hem. the wives meet and paint. As i a
    I Ye a'II appreciate the little or no Iron quality the only "pro" in the I J
    Carol is the teacher. Mrs.I
    GIRL'S $ 50 SUB-TEEN $AOO I Frank Ryan declares that "the j
    art sessions are therapy to
    relax the tensions of football

    Carol's parents! Mr. and 11>
    Mrs Ed Congleton, formerly i
    of Gainesville, now of Kent, j
    \ i Ohio are galng ta baby sit
    for the Parrlshes' two little
    girls and young son, Bernie
    ;.. ) Jr., when they come to Flor-
    da this spring.


    Taking part la the traditional
    Ring Dance ceremony at
    Virginia Military Institute at
    Lexington, Va., recently was
    \ Cadet Thomas R "Buddy"
    Harvey one of 200 membersof *
    the Class of 1966. Buddy's
    guest for the special VMI
    weekend and dance was Mien
    Carolyn Fog!., UF freshman.
    a new suit perfection that
    Included In the weekend takes its excitement from the deeply ribbed wool
    events was a reception, ban
    j ottoman texture Its
    quet special dress parade and persuasive young shape
    football game with Virginia from Chanel. In three prophetic parts-brass-

    Q a Tech buttoned Jacket, smooth.knit overblouse and

    Thicker Crust I easy skirt to wear in town or In transit.

    A glass baking dish usually
    gives a thicker crust than KIMBERLY KNITS a three-part alliance of dress, $79.95

    dots a metal pan. Jacket and roll.collared: overblousa in cloqua I
    Snowy white acetate and nylon crepe with *i\ length
    Cuffed sleeve, pussy cot bow collar which is so very stitch wool superbly tailored and shaped by
    popul I r this season. She'll be cute os a button in strategic welt.seaming. Its now.and future plans
    this "In-or-oufer" blouse! extend from luncheon
    right on through cocktails Regency Room

    $COO and dinner. _
    GIRL'S $400 SUI-TEEN
    SIZES SIZES r $79.95



    r I Store Hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. "p j.

    Free Gift Wrapping '' Vi7"

    41 Coos t.stnt a.w, enr.r t'
    '. Central Charge a B-L Charge Layaway "

    -tots "jaytJ teens SHOCKLIIYPlumbing
    Itlc.'IS .
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    arseday. December 6, 1964 Coineiville Sun SC


    Cookbook Sale Set ,1 Gift Shopper's Give Herrdremy1

    IG '

    I By Law Dames 1 i

    UF Law Dames have slated Price of the cookbook will

    a cookbook sale for Saturday be U and proceeds will benefit d .
    in front of Woolworth'i and loans for married law stu-

    Food Fair Field Shopping dents. Through the administration RIg. $10 PRESENTING (

    Plaza, from 10 a.m to J p.m. of the University of New
    Florida Law Center Association ELCQANT Santa costs a magic spill t '
    The cookbooks compiled by every fro collected In the $ 00 of femininity over her .1
    6 prlvott' undercover life, : fi .
    law students and their wives, cookbook sale will be contributed .
    21t r )( O4Q&L' when ht awn' her tn. + 9j1.
    and law professors and their to the United StudentAid chanting. cndtanng lire ,
    g r"t from our Christmas
    wives, will feature budget recipes Fund, and will purchase I 11 INttHNATIQNAt, right collKllon See and
    and a "splurge section" insurance for $500 loan. select now\ for pnstntt
    trlw one 3 piece I? [ I DEEP sure to pltait from 1J 4
    Cookbook format will be Loans will be made available I salad serving Franklin.. _
    similar to a itenograp her s to married law students, set
    pad, so that the book will who would not be able to con 1 : Fi
    p ..
    stand easily for reading tinue studies without financialaid. 4*.

    while cooking. I rr,
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    / .11 By .

    Larry Eugene aMn Thomas HERITAGEGALLERIES 4kir; i 'S\ :

    Solemnized Saturday evening kept the brides book, Pour- Gleaming silver paired with j (4
    was the marriage of ing punch were Miss Vivian sparkling cfytul for your own "J
    Miss Gloria Jean Laird and Laird and Mn Don Ogle, horn or gift li ivtn(. 9* crystal
    Larry Eugene Thomas, which and Miss Karen Gonzales and bowl gracefully eonloured .
    St\'U, |ovt to lounge inrtitit
    took place at the Southslde Mrs. Reid Went served wedding available with lilvtrpltttd If rvin '" \I 11 a soft 01 a (loujtomfoft
    Baptist Church. Rev. G e ne cake. |fork and ipoon la yourcliolc ( (nipirtd poia-
    Keith officiated at o( Iken ituaalng DwpSilverpiitenu I( I mal by iorblion Cheese
    To Live HereAfter I [ 'from .1 htOv.nlypastI.
    the ceremony.The J I ., I
    tea MTWMTMlUt Mn COMMNf
    bride Is the daughterof a wedding trip, the '
    Air. and Mrs. JOhn H. newlyweds will return t 0 $700Btglnnlng '
    Laird and tne bridegroom( is make their home at 17 SE 1 .

    die son ot Mr. aid Mrs. U.i. Eighth Street. decorator service collection of holiday. Dte 11,
    decorating! moteSee
    inonaas.ine Chriitrmi Chopping I
    Out of town guests presentwere
    our stunning Houri Will Bt 9 .
    altar was aduintd will Mrs Nola Smith, Mr. Jjl II/KI/ f+ riots! 9 p -n, through DteJJrd .
    bjbMilS Ot Wllll, grad t IIU, and Mrs Clayton Smith, Mr. e Opn Dec. 2.,
    uuywutiituiUiiis, prfuiu /auuuuuuiauu. and Mrs William Jowers, t O+l Z"o tEttuz r 'l Open Mon. thru Fri. 9 a,m. to }:30 p.m.BEAUTIFUL.
    Florala Ala. Mr. and Mrs.
    GIFT & BRIDE SHOP From9o.rn.to9p.m.
    N. B, Tatum, Ocala, Mr. and
    Given in marriage! by her Mrs Wentz, Crescent City; 105 NW. 13th St. Phone FR 2-8861 GIFT WRAPPING
    tauter uie uiiu ww' a gumiM
    Mr. and Mrs. Don Ogle, Jack.
    Uidiiiwy Wee tdaiuuuvuwiui -Iown!: aranklins
    a &11:1oUt.. tier Peal sonville; Mr. and Mrs J M. SEE OiJ OAliV TVHOW WISH IV 2- IS AM __ I
    ij& auuauu tea. iwm a sawn Starling, Titusville; Mrs, t fi m"ucge !bop'

    1I"&el.:1I: ama one carnw a Gladys McCorkle, St Petersburg BLOCKER and TURNIPSEED'

    or OW" &il1> 14&LI& ; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Sun Want Ads Get Results 401 W. University Ave FR 2-4606
    \.iui rows and IW oichiu.MTS. Webb, Perry, Ga., and D. K. FURNITURE CO. .'OCALA Ii Free Parking Rear of Store

    rraiuc Vveob, sister oik Roughton, Perry, Ga. I

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    u uuiiur. Mrs. liene U u sn, : ,. \:1t : : : ,..-
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    uuttm of tile bridegroom "
    Vo3 urwewiwiron ana tans


    '!lie attendants wore emer.u -

    a. green satin dresses,
    Luiciung accessories and car-
    taco: oouquet ot yellow and
    waste carnations.

    Brother Best Man

    Joey Thomas, brother 0 fbee
    Bridegroom, lerved a
    neat man. Ushers) were Ken- A / -
    brother of tD 4. tii wwsveda cs+tut sla0a
    Thomas .
    ny Ray / Nttel aMM htla.r I't .' "
    tne bridegroom, and Frank .

    Little Miss Kathy Rivers, :nt\, Your Wonderful World of Christmas Gifts
    cousin of the bridegroom, was 4\ ,
    bower girL Sne wire a Iloor- ; I
    / t
    length gown featuring a white
    full skirt and a rose velvet

    bodice.bridegroom Gregg Wentz was, cousin ring bearer.of the II!;if r 1

    The bride's mother chose a f r

    beige lace dress, matching /1 ,_ A bite! spice. token }' \
    accessories and a yellow rose k a c. I h ohtly with a dash of ti 't
    corsage, for her daughters 'v. f.r r. Christmas spirit will odd a / '1r '
    wedding. The bridegroom tasty fashion touch to her c ,' ( v 3
    mother wore a pink lace }' i ;. w'n wardrobe Here ore some of c
    1 ,. marvelous collection '7'Y,; 1 .
    dress, black accessories and a _: c f ; our '
    of holiday separates to mix ') r
    a red rose corsage
    e ,
    and blend with the
    O'( .. utmost .
    A reception followed the of ease. .
    { j
    HalL I rF
    ceremony in Fellowship A. Sleeveless metalic crepe + 'i

    Miss Virginia Currlni ton ,- scoop neck top with zipper '
    1 bock Block and white with .
    gold or silver, $-18. 12.99 .f
    Dean Mase Slinky hostess skirt with a deep G '. ,
    7 side slash and eased dart atwont. A

    Will SpeakFor } "bay 616.11.99I. Bonded block crepe. "tE

    UF Group Discotheque shift with slim y
    f h1 strops end flopper fringe ot
    Wives and women staff bottom. Bonded crept In block
    members of the IT Coil ( i and motor. 6-16.17.9J
    of Health Related Professions Topped with a ribbon knit
    will hold a Christmas Coffee locket that is lined and 1t
    Monday from I to 10 a.m. at A trimmed with natural rabbit Rt'! i

    the home of Mrs. Barrel J. ,, fur, labeled to show origin
    Mase, 10K SW 11th Terrace. Block white, S-M-U 19.95

    C. Feminine nylon chiffon
    for the evening -
    Guest speaker
    y' blouse with full sleeves and
    J. ,
    will be Dr. Darrel .
    bow tie at neckline In white
    11_. Dean of the College of I r
    .4 block 30-38 7.99
    I .
    Health Related Profession, 4 '
    Soft velvet straight Jumper
    one of the four colleges within -
    with neck. Block
    jewel red
    the J. Hillis Miller 818. 17.9S da
    Center. L p A
    Invited guests Include Mn 0. Ruffle bottom blouse In
    J. Wayne Reitt. Y. 3. E. bonded black crepe end stv' d

    Beater, president ..Diversity with o scoop ntck, 616, 999 Co Lt.A. .
    VTomtn's Club Mrs. R- DUB Slim Capri pants in bonded
    Coddingtm, chairman of Uni! 8 block creoe. S vwfsJtyeweomezL and wl.. .e 6-16.999 'kr

    es of the students In the col- w

    )ra.. >REE j
    Arrangements for the af-
    flit are being made by Mrs.
    L D. Cohen chairman of the
    group and Mn. Richard K.

    McCet.Wrap. CHOOJI EARLY
    halved ducken livers SERVICE
    ebb bacoa and broil: Km IS COMrUTE LADIIS' READY TO WEAR

    II Hit scsUopH tomatoes, pen "
    > t4 lot a delightful
    ladwoa totals eoun



    I PC Gairmville, Sun Sunday December g, 1964

    By SVEJA LARSON "Now in your darkened SANTA LUCIA DAY 'G?tI.J Beat smooth in -eggs about, dark 2 rais minutes.1 n s, [

    r (Sketches By Sveja) house, comes, with her can- and the almonds. Graduallyadd .
    In Scandanavla during the dles lit, Santa Lucia." the remaining flour, mixing Csjoat ,
    This ceremony ushers In \; 1 teaspoon salt in last of It with hand
    early dawn of December 13, '
    the eldest daaughter wearinga the Yuletide. Lucia Burr. % cup soft butter until the dough leaves aide of
    I % cup warm water bowL (This is soft dough)
    white robe, with a wreathof The many Lucia legendsgo
    wkUI1/ lighted candles on her back to the Middle Agesor the poor, for rhich she was 2 pkg active dry yeast Turn out dough into lightly

    ';head,}gently;rouse her family earlier. Lucia was a burned as a witch Decem- 6tt cups sifted ill-purpose floured pastry cloth. Cover Y'Lrgilt3' ('ow,
    Stir of etM.el.e.- with breakast of Lucia bride who became a Christ- ber 13, A. D. 304. She was flour with bowl; let rest for 10
    buns and coffee, as she sings: Use and gave her dowry t oGEIGER'S a saint who, candle! crown 2 eggs minutes. Turn over the doughto Tojep'fi Beard.
    ,I glowing[ brought food to the Vt cup dark raisins coat with flour; kneed un
    poor during a famine In Vt cup blanched almondsIn til it is smooth this will bun or braid ,nil: three Into one
    Varmland.But small saucepan, heat take about 3 minutes. large "crown".
    to the housewife, Lucia milk Just until bubbles form Place In lightly greased CARDAMOM DOUGH :
    Day Is the day when all around edge of pan. Remove large gowl; turn, to bring up Substitute % to 1 teaspoon
    Christmas baking and clean- from heat. Add saffron, sugar greased aide. Cover with two- ground cardamom and 1 ta
    Glamorous SpecialsFor Ing must be completed If she salt, and butter, stirring el; let rise in warm place blespoon grated orange rind
    wants prosperity and happiness until butter Is melted. Let (85F) free from drafts until for the saffron. Raisins and
    to go with her all cool. double in bulk 1 to 1H almonds may be eliminatedin
    Monday and Tuesday OnlyWe through the year. If possible, check temperature hours. Punch down. Turnout either recipe. Place one
    To celebrate the day, she of warm water with a onto lightly floured pas raisin in curl of each bun.
    and brings out her old recipes for thermometer. (110 115 F de- try cloth. tet rise again on baking
    from stock of beautiful, feminine glamorous
    selecting our
    ere .
    merchandise extra specials for and Tuesday only., Dresnes in saffron scented buns and grees). Sprinkle yeast over It Divide and shape as illustrated sheets about 45 minutes.
    some Monday makes them in all of the in large bowl, stirring until with mixture of 1
    cocktail and formed cashmere sweaters, millineryand for Wagon Wheels and Brush top
    casual and dressy styles, beloved % to H teaspoon crumbled
    shapes dissolved. Stir in milk mix- other traditional shapes. Cut egg yolk and 1 tablespoon of
    linger! for breakfast by saffron threads or tt teas- ture.
    candlelight. dough into three pieces. Roll water. Bake 400 degrees 12
    LUCIA BUNS poon powdered saffron. Add 3H cups flour; beat each into a 12" roll. Slice 1" to 15 minutes for buns. Bake
    DRESSES MILLINERYIn I 1 cup milk V* cup sugar with wooden spoon until pieces for each portion of a 30 to 35 minutes for "crown"

    In this group you will find beautiful IT'S
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    at line.Sold regularly up to $16.98, LE NOW! 2 HOURS FREE OPEN 9

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    \ automatic blanket with per pillow with a corded edge. Cut sin 21 x 27"u..
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    Com In end let our well "T.rano" bath mat and "Sunburst" viscose rayon
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    I SUIt Real Estate & Classified SectionSection Dec. 6, :::6I



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    Shopping ConvenienceFor rod

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    Northwest Side

    .. wwwwwiat a.

    By CARL FABRY There are no fewer than It produce by putting perishablesback

    Winn Dixie food market's stop lights and countless stop up front the "regularway.

    worst competitor Is scheduled signs that customers In the ."

    to open another store Thursday. Northwest section must navigate
    "When a housewife comes In,
    According to Homer Ferguson through the heavily congested she looks for perishables first
    of the Win I center of town In order to shopat "
    manager and buys what she can use, he
    Dixie Store in the Central Plaza a big grocery store. added. "Then if she can't find
    Shopping Center. "We are each
    Winn Dixie Is going back to all that she wants from the
    others worst competitors. Each
    Winn Dixie Store tries to out their old Drays when this store fresh fruits and produce counter order which heavy selling goodsare Contractor Raymond Tassina- der satisfactory conditions to

    do the other In attracting customer will open.. she can supplement her spaced rl, who built the store said as many customers as are will

    *." "I call this a regular store," needs with canned goods." .. "We try to display heavy demand Wlnn Dixie will occupy 17.558 Inn In do buiuiess with us. It

    Convenience Is the main reason said Ferguson "When the sec "In this way we can keep ; Items at Intervals to square feet of the total area of should relieve the congested
    that a Wlnn Dixie's newest ond Winn Dixie was built In more fresh produce because the .y.t maintain an even flow of traf- 33378 square feet In the new condition, Ferguson said.
    Gainesville, It was laid out in to shopping center
    tic keep congestion down.
    store has been built In consumer will buy up to five "It will be a success became
    reverse order. By that I mean, The aisles in the store will also
    Gainesville.The per cent more product, Ferguson This will allow 12,noo to U,oofl a lot of people want to shop
    the fresh produce and fruit section be wider, he added.
    aaid."There to with but cant because of
    customers shop comfortably ui
    new store Is located on was placed In the back instead According to one electrical
    in week.A the crowded conditions Now
    the South side of West Univer of the front of the store. will also be more construction worker the lighting one "
    pity Ave., at the Intersection of As a result, the consumers modern display equipment\) In the building will be ai two-acre asphalt parking they can, htt said.

    34th St.Grocery, didn't have easy access to the make It easier for shoppers to strong ss It Is out doors on a lot Is capable of handling 258 The building In which! the new
    produce and the perishablesdidn't see what Is on the display count. bright day.Ferguson. cars Wlnn Dixie Is homed In also
    shoppers now living sell as well" ers and In the cases"Ferguson contains a complex of shop
    In the Northwest section of remarked. adds "the more "With the addition of this new
    which will be leased.
    Gainesville, must travel nearlytwo Alter experts, light you have, the more eye appeal store In the Northwest section
    miles to shop it a store the Winn Dixie has gone back to Shopping will also be made the labels on the goods will we of Wlnn Dixie should be Lynn t Coiffures was the first
    size of Winn Dixie the conventional way of selling easier at the new store by the have... able \to give better service un shop to open.

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    Open 2.6 Swimming Pool IncludedIf
    of luxury and livability
    abound An unuiuol In thil combination modern horn. This, spades horn you seek Ind vlduatity this could be the home you've been search
    In the hear of N W Comewille' takei It! cue from Ing for, Simple, yet ele ant, Colorful, yet tubdued Fred Mason, Ire.
    the one''."' Romoni tndoed In the center of W WITH CONFIDENCEFrom r often o vast array of features, previously' available only to the
    the house ll a natural garden and water fountain'round, / 1... .tI 6 wealthy at toverid ovtr with a plait bubble for ytar '
    living The atrium It W"n through flloit tiding a Member of The '
    door from all living area of the house Built."", poncy.'
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    D Galneiville Sun Sunday, December 6, 1964

    I The Moving Month for ManyIf ANOTHER NEW MODEL CLASS""D UNVEILED DI'U", AT few mliiutei' drive I es

    EstatesJuit .."',-,
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    Louisiana Nebraska Ohio .
    we can count on history, Oklahoma -
    the month of December will be I Pennsylvania Texas, '
    moving day for many Gainesville Wisconsin, New Mexico Indiana .k-:
    families. :News and Views, and Kansas.

    There are several good reasons e e .
    why the mistletoe monthIs y Dr Young America Homes show
    such an attraction to movers. Exemption benefits the average wards is back from a three day BOBIIATTON 10 new models today.
    Ever since tile University I Gainesville homeowner to the conference on the rights and "We've gone overboard on
    went on the Trimester (no com tunes nearly$2501ntires wrongs of Florida's judicial system. landscaping you can really
    ment) system, local landlords saved each year I The conference, sponsoredby see the difference," reports .
    their leases. !the Florida Bar Association, Harry W. Beed, executive vice -
    have rewritten WEATHER
    Now outflow and Influx of new e ,the Florida Council of 100, president of Young A m e r lea IT'S FIREPLACE
    students faculty and staff falls Sign ol the times: The Galnes- American Judicature Society I Homes of Gainesville. Young Truly'i most txeltlng new honwi both OPEN HOUSE, TODAY
    December. A December vine Board of Realtors' hand--and the Joint Committee for !the America presents 10 totally dif- In dt.ign and ftaturw. C.dar move in probably Isn't looked on some signs flanking tht entrances i Effective Administration of Justice House" conference. In 1959, a ferent, architect d e s I II n ed, tub Flr plpc* Intercom *y ttmi" 2-6 p.m.F.D.OLIVER .
    with relish by anybody; but the to the city are now i was held this past week in national conference of Jurists, tomes today from 10 a.m. to Expend beam cilllngi Extra lorg bedroom
    rewards of moving I now are spoiled by large orange State Jacksonville./ lawyers and laymen was held I p.m. In Village Green. The Many othtr outitondlng feorurti.DirtctwNt Builder
    Road Department 18s.Gainesville Edwards chosen as a citizens( in Chicago on the subject ol homes, featuring fireplaces, -
    great. I advisor to the conference, re- judicial Improvements. Since Family rooms and Norwegian Drl. Wilt M NW. lOOM A..BM FR 2-0866
    Home builders caught with an e ports the conference was patterned that time similar conferences brick fronts, are on NE 30th ,..t GI... Sprint IntanKtio*. SM Sits s ( "
    oversupply of houses In Decem- builder, Hugh Ed, after the famous "Arden 'have been held In Colorado, Avenue just off NE 15th Street.
    ber usually are eager to sell
    to qualified buyers.Most builders .
    are anxious to have their
    buyers qualify for Homestead

    To qualify for Homestead
    Exemption you must be In your
    pouse by January 1, 1965 and
    must remember to file before

    ,the April 1 deadline Homestead I __ #

    Yuletime SUNDAY

    Can Solve

    Problems GRAND

    While cutting out Chrlstm a s ::; '
    decorations may not sound .
    the solution to sn Import a n t
    problem, it can go a long wsy ;

    every selves.wiping two If many reports families people that has help one someone out them of r o PEN I NG

    la need of a Job, facing retirement
    concerned about juvenile
    deliquency, In urgent need o f 4
    physical and-or mental relaxation
    and true making Christmas I Ah s.I .
    decorations may well provide an
    important answer to a serious

    Doctors universally agree that
    working with your hands, doing
    something you have never done
    before, creates a combination of
    mental and physical concentration
    that has great therapeutic
    valua. Making these decorations I mu1 H J
    Is a case In point, since it appeals _
    to everyone regardless cage .-I -I .- -- 1:1:
    Income, social or financial 1T-- _
    status.If .
    have a sabre or Jigsaw .
    you ;
    a whole herd of reindeercan .; 2 .
    be made In practically no :'., ._ :: ?
    I ?-
    time. Every minute devoted tto .

    this cape task from provides everyday complete problems e+, .r-v". .*-gf;;' ; .- ..... .' .
    Even the youngest child can JoinIn .
    by painting the larger areas I
    If have someone facing re

    tlrement you provide,operating many fascinating a workshopcan SEE 10 EXCITING 1965 MODELS IN

    and profitable hours.

    The key to solving any problem -
    lies in making an effort
    You never know Just what combination VILLAGE
    of physical and mental GREENFEATURING
    concentration will relax an
    overwrought person. You never
    know whIR nervous tension does
    irrepalrsble harm. THE 1965 KITCHEN EQUIPPED BY

    To simplify\ and Insure com
    plete success full size patterns:
    are available for making these GENERAL ELECTRIC
    Christmas cutouts. T h e e. are .
    traced on panelboard, cut out .
    and painted exactly when full
    size painting guides indicate. In
    this way amateurs make like i LANDSCAPING DISPLAY
    pros on their first try. .

    Is M cents. The --
    Each pattern
    Santa I is Pattern No. 431, Reln EACH NEW YOUNG AMERICA HOME -

    deer pattern Pattern No. 434.No.Add 433 25 S cents 1.11 U h HAS 15% MORE SHRUBS THAN THE )

    you wish Special Hand!log. A AVERAGE HOME PLUS SOLID SODDED
    catalog Illustrating :300 ether
    build It yourself pattern projects; FRONT LAWN. YOU'LL HAVE A BEAUTIFUL -
    ,available at 50 cents. Why not
    give a selection of patterns to NEW HOME & LAWN WHEN
    Someone who needs to get away
    from it all YOU MOVE IN NOT YEARS LATER.

    Send coin, check or money order THE CONCORD
    to Outdoor Christmas Cards
    Gainesville Sun ro Box inBrlarcllf ,.
    I Manor N.Y. ID. HOMES PRICED FROM $15,300 $18,275' PAYMENTS



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    C._... Let M Pr..r... VM fafrt.
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    4D Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 6, 1964

    SPECIAL- -- SALT I A Little Effort Will Go a Long WayIs

    circulating oilQUAKER a I It possible? Time to talk of Kris Kringle. No matter how With those very bright colored Everything like the seems couch so In plain.a floral I last sectional spring.and I know gold I carjatu didn' dQ,
    55,000 BTU. I about Christmas? Yes, even If small your efforts may be, do draperies would suggest I My draperies are beige.I well In choosing the colors but
    you are where the weather DOROTIIY something! snow white walls and wood- design.Would change them?" I there i. nothing I can do about
    doesn't warn you that Jack S work. Green rug. Green bed you it now. Should I try to dye !
    J. W.:
    HEATERSs II Frost .is conniving with Santa DRAPER A. S. asks: spread. Then pick out the red Dear Mrs.about sparking those sectional? What color shOUld the

    for everybody to wear a red "As you see from the en in your fabric for color emphasis How walls with the sofa In one the walls and draperies be"
    I nose for Christmas, your calendar closed sample, my window- around the room. green and Dear Mrs. E. B.:
    with I vivid orange
    10-year guarantee of the
    on tire pot and ''I should give you a hint. length bedroom draperies have on white, and Have your rose beige sectional ,,
    avocado prints -
    vapor rings. I'm tired of hearing people lor Dall In your midst let him variegated colors of green; blue, Mrs. J. W. asks: chairs in a yellow and slip-covered In a lovely
    ,say, "We aren't going to decorate make "Merry Christmas" designs brown and red In the print. The avocade walls In my two the drap- blue
    "I have ? Change
    ONLY : this year!" Why not? You on the windows with white walls and woodwork need paint- white stripe and green combination with the
    s' Vie; 'should make everybody get shoe polish. It washes right off Ing. What color should I paint living ,room with neutral col- eries to a*plain e snow-white.. honey beige background allJ.
    that old Merry Christmas feelIng with clear water after the holi them and what colon for bed ored rug. I would like to have soft green. Draperies lame

    by Just walking by your days. spread and rugs?" couch and two chairs redo Mrs.bought E. B. asks new: rose beige as your carpet.
    $7285AW.ITH14010 I I house We need It now more It's time to get into the spiritBuilding Dear A. S: ered. What would you suggest "I a _
    than ever. So how about trlmI -
    I ming up the lamp post with a THEHOME
    Permits -ON -
    | giant red oilcloth bow and slush I &

    Thermostat Controlled Blower ................ $15 swan of green pine? Or, :
    .ulldlne' r.nIts' ttrucr I unit apt. (M.000. I
    I hang a flurry -of red plasticbells Cur" A. T. DovglM. *M NW II It,, C nttrwt -
    I from to toe with Owtlllng/ (..._ !! }[
    Special 10% DOWN j greens in between tip ? bp.I M."ot Ow.lllo"Todd, IJOt m212, HW 1.11I '11I'.. 1'4' -p

    Oil Drum 110111I. /. "'....,. 1122 HW 4 A.... FIREPLACE III I .-
    II Beg, borrow or steal some 1t".I" Swilling. 00,00. Before using your fireplace, L.-I ANDY LANG;: for the large percentage of non- less frequently from a damaged
    Stand ,12 Months To Pay chicken wire and cut It out In 00..I.. I. 0.44,00 II 11'1 10th 51.. light a newspaper In It to make By AP NewsfeaturesFrom lumber sales. pipe than it does from water
    55-gal. steel I the shape of a big bell or a It.Loan.."!Dw.III"9.Billed 1701 01,300 NW I PI* ComlrtKlOw.lllna sure that smoke is being drawn various sources come I If you build a closet In your seeping down from behind i
    drum MANY OTHER SIZES AND giant stocking. Then fill this In N" Inc. ,(21000. 4100 NW II Or, Construct off properly, Never start a fire these bits of Information of In- home, or put a new door on an bathtub, shower or baseb o art
    Sturdy steel STYLES OF FAMOUS BRAND In the fireplace until be sure you use hard- (You can get Andy Lang's de-
    with greens, and sparkle it with DtMHIng/ W 000 you are terest to the home owner: old one,
    Stand HEATERS TO CHOOSE FROM. "N" Inc. 4101 NW It Or. ConilructOw.lllnj the Is will enable the doorto tailed booklet, "Make! S ''m pie
    I some shiny silver or colored 15'mH sure damper open. Your local lumber dealer sells ware that "
    All necessary Inc, 4107 NW It Dr. C..true'I' Always keep the damper clos be opened from the Inside. Plumbing Repairs, by sending
    balls for the front door. Or cover a lot of lumber, but that's not
    tubing and We Sell & Install the door with red paper and Owlllrw" Inc. 4104. NW It Dr., ComtnxtDwtillng ed when the fireplace Is not In ill he sells. .In fact. that's This is especially Important If 25 cents. and a long stamped,
    fittings CENTRALHEATING make an outline of a Christmas / Ford$6.000.r.nds IMS IW 1 Avt., Roxlr use. This keeps room heat from only about one third of what there are children In the home self addressed envelope to
    Complete Owtlllng $750.f escaping through the chimney.It conducted and most persons know this Know How, P. 0 Box 95)),
    he .A
    tree by tacking up greens for RtnolOmlllna sells. survey
    A. Caoovl 1011 IW I Ave.
    6 Installation visiting Jamaica N.Y. 11431.)
    Is not advisable to -build but some forget that
    afire and
    \ a verdant silhouette. Or tie a tilt .... by the National Lumber
    O DOMM Dillon 4UI NW IS directly get locked In Color consultants say hat I
    on bricks. also can
    fireplace children
    I ,small live tree to your knocker Htlll ontrll "'."1"9. IMO Building Material Dealers Association
    22 Includlnf All Duct Work M. L. lht. 411 NW I Avt. 'R.4 IrDw.lnw Use andirons or a grate for brought out that sales of Another safety measure see'consumer color preferences (follow
    and trim it with little angels
    FREE ESTIMATES | (1000.CM proper draft there is at least half an- cycles than run from 10 nIS
    O Thomn 3111 NW I If. COTiirvct ron lumber products represent that
    snd tinsel from the dime store,
    _"" (ii.on of the Example: blue
    9. Your fireplace should have Inch between the bottom years. was avery
    a about 63 cent of total busi
    drops and lollypops for Prod Goodwin 1105 NW 14 Avt per
    or gum 55 0we11l"9. 110O. snug well-fitted screen to protect ness. .Masonry supplies, paint, door and the floor so that air popular color In the home
    the pigtail set. M. P. Wovr 1311 NW 21 51.. Con the .
    from 1939 to early 'Ms
    ./rud DwNUng.$2.,000.Marlon your carpet from sparks. glass, wallpaper, insulation i can enter the closet should a us
    C.B. Bohannon, Jr. Hang a wreatn In every front .Ow.lllo V. D..I.. ...O 2021 O.Wnltlde "I I T.,., R.nlod.l The fire should be extinguished tools, metal roofing and siding, child be trapped inside when no almost completely dormant for
    window downstairs and have a .p/1st, Cnweh, 1075 .Nowb.rry each night before retiring. non wood floor coverings, and adult Is around.A several years, picked up a lit
    S. E. 7th candle alight In the upstairs lid.. *44111001 05 Church 004 Never use kerosene or gasoline and asbestos leak through a ceiling froman tie In the late 50s and now has
    Sr. fir 8th A .. Phone FR 2-9561 Ctrl Otngltr. 11)7 Nl 7 Ttr Ktpllr asphalt productsare
    I windows. Or If you have a jun- ..,0..(.00.W. rln, JM1 NW\ 14 >t.. ConDotlllnp to start your_fire. I among tile.I I items accounting_ upstairs bathroom occurs- -- far again returned to prominence .
    -- -- -- --- When a
    -- -- you buy new appliance
    fIononloD 0/SILAY/
    cord for a toaster or an
    iron, the prongs of the appliance .
    I itself should be sanded to
    HIGHLAND COURT MANORA Insure good contact with a new
    CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDSWE The ends of a chair rung can
    not be reglued properly into the
    leg holes until the old glue has
    WILL BE been scraped off. Once the new
    been and the
    glue has applied
    DECEMBER 19th, 1964 I rung set Into place, it can be
    DAY 9:30 A.M. to 1 1:30 P.M. quet. Tie rope loosely around
    II the two affected legs (using rub
    ber or cardboard cushions u
    FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF avoid marring the wood), placea
    I I i stick between the two pieces
    I : BiLarv: ; I of rope and twist until the rope
    Schools I elementary through high ALACHUA TIGHT. The stick will stay in
    ALACHUA, FLORIDA place by resting It against !tin

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    leg, designing and architectural know-how of the U. S. Steel Corporation, with the help of
    General Electric, has mo -prod d
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    large (92'\x132' ft.) lots with all City conveniences. tunes of the Incomparable HFloridian.HWE

    ARE CLOSING" BRICK eon.tru U. S. STEEL .
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