Gainesville sun

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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 7, 1964
Publication Date:
Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Copyright Gainesville Pub. Co.. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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0163-4925 ( ISSN )

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RANKS 23RD IN NATION Court Hits Fla. Ban

CINCINNATI Ohio (AP) The University of Florida ranks 23rd in

full-time student populations among the 1,111 colleges and universities

of the United States, according to a professional surrey.

Dr. Garland C. Parker, Cincinnati University Registrar, issued the

figures Sunday his annual survey for School and Society Journal which

lists %.8 million full.timealld ".1 full and part-time students nationwide. On Mixed

Parker said the number of full-time students Increased 10.1 per cent Marriage

over last year and the grand total rose 9.3 per cent. The University of

Florida was shown to have 14,913 full-time students. i

II Student and Sign Are Felled During University Melee May Rules Live Pair In

Same Room

Supreme Court struck down today
a Florida law making II a
crime for a Negro man and
white woman, or a white man
and Negro woman, habitually
st occupy the same room at night.
Justice Byron R. White, for 1
i unanimous court, said Uie Florida
law represented "an exerciseof
the state police power which
trenches upon the constitutionally
\ protected freedom from
Invidious official discriminationbased
on rice"
A Florida law prohibiting
Z marriages between Negroes and
whites was attacked In the same
O case, but White said the court
was not expressing any views
about that law In today's opin
t Fir ion. The court dealt solely with
the statute dealing with persons
of different races using the
I same room at night.
also a riot victim. Explaining the court's ruling
White said that because the
section as to persons using the
same room applies only to a
Riot white person and a Negro who
commit the specified acts -
,I living together and because
no couple other than the one
IJ I made up of a white! and a Negro
J Ij Victory Is subject to conviction upon
j 1.-.. M .... proof of the elements compris
ing the offense It proscribes,
I DOWNED Student rioter clobbered UF riot.
was during "we hold (the section) Invalid
as a denial of the equal protection -
2)t I MUTIptTOHY J'IInvcn't \ of the laws i
.- Taylor )Opens'Vital Thousands >> yMM MB the Mth Amendment guaranteed by {I

, 1 / full- / Constitutionality ef. the Florid I '
Lack Heat law was questioned/ In at
and appeal on behalf of Dewey MoLaughlln .
I Talks in Viet Nam a Negro and Connie
In Freeze I called Learned (See RACIAL ea Page I)

SAIGON. South Viet Nam tion against the Huong government e d by
SCHENECTADY, N.V. ( ) lone Action
(AP) U.s. Ambassador Max None materialized. Cold and ," How to Win' ,
well D. Taylor and South Vietnamese The South Vietnamese forces for thousands hardship of and Airport On
Tran Van scored
Premier a major victory
in eastern University of Florida students
opened planning Viet Cong in a fierce nine. an Ice-crippled
Huong today .
thin of New York. Power ., have been food sports when City Agenda
talks expected to lead to bombIng hour battle Saturday on the Ca le
their football team losing
to restore heat and was
of Viet Cong supply lines in Mau Peninsula, at the southerntip for nearly 40,000 customers.The "" but they haven't learned how to Tonight's City Commission
Laos. of South Viet Nam. The government win. agenda Is devoted to planning
Taylor returned to Saigon said 111 Communistswere sun glistened this and toning recommendations,
Sunday from Washington amid killed in the encounter at log on a winter That was Dean of StudentsLester although Chamber of Commerce
increasing speculation that the Tan Lac village, aboot 150 miles created by Ice-laden trees sticks Hate's comment IR11 1 President Perry McCrlff Is first
lines. morning ss an Investigation began -
southwest of
Saigon. power '
the Communists
war against \ In scheduled to address the com
ranged down to 10 below probing'I ,
would be broadened. It was be- South Vietnamese officials \ mission about problems il the
lieved that President Johnson said their side suffered M casualties the wake of one of the II) student riots fallowing the rior- Gainesville Airport
but the battle worst storms. Ids Gators' football vlcliryever
bad ruled out attacks against was regarded Members of the commissionhave
The bitter cold added Louisiana State University
North Viet Nam but the Red as a psychological boost held formal discussion
threat of frozen water In Baton Rouge.
routes through southern for the government's war effort,
supply of
several! closed since
Laos were considered likely tar which had been sagging badly. stricken residents, most About 21 students were ached.uled runways .
&the Federal Aviation
Six U.S. airmen were wounded whom were In an area for questioning by the Agency restricted
gets.Officials said no announcements in the attack u U.s. helicopters generally by Albany on de.OIIn connection with the dls four of the six runway
from the raked the Communist south Glens! Falls on the turbances which boiled\ up alter' approaches toeommerelal 1 I
were battalion with rockets and light and Amaterdam'l; 11 the football game broadcast flights last Tuesday morning
S-Vietnamese planning sea bombers dropped lOG pound the west Their cases will be studied by Twelve reaming recommendations
sions. bombs. Communist fire damaged Three deaths were I the faculty Discipline CotnnlU and proposed changes tosinning
"I think as time goes on the 2 ordinances the major
14 helicopters.In to the weekend tee which will recommend appropriate are
results of the decisions" will become another weekend battle at snow sleet and freezing 4 action by President j. part of tonight's agenda
apparent, one official Binh Chla, 40 miles southeast of Many schools closed 10 Wayne RelU. The commlnalon meets si 7.30p
said.Taylor Saigon, government forces ambushed remained closed today. 7 Hale called the demonstra- m si the Utilities Operations
on his return said new a Communist hamlet, served ss emergency 1 (See DEAN .. Page I) Center, AU SB Uh Are.r10 .
measures by both the United killing 21 Viet Cong and seizing for those driven from
States and the South Vietnamese 1C civilian hostages. The government homes. Churches, fire
would be discussed He refused Rat seven men and and ether public places \
to say what they were. five wert missing. Fourteen were opened for emergency
"As an outcome of my visit. were wounded. (See noRMS .. Page l
Taylor said, "the President has
Instructed me to consult urgently .
with the government of Premier
Russia Calls for Summit
Iran Van Huong to the
measures to be taken to Improve
ton situation here in all

its The aspects.ambassador said Johnson Conference on Disarmament

bad "reaffirmed the basic U.s.
policy\ of providing an possible r
useful assistance to the South UNITED: NATIONS. N.Y. detailed memorandum ea disar bases and the reduction W nfll
Viet Nam people and the (song (AP>- Soviet Foreign Minister mamenf outlining measures to lacy budgets ,
government to their struggle to Aadrel A. Cromyko today be considered at the proposed U.L Delegate Adlal E. Stevenson
defeat the csternally supported called for a world summit conference conference listened Intently as Gene
Insurgency and aggression on disarmament myke spike In quiet, concilia*
being conducted against them." The Soviet proposal was made The Soviet foreign minister Tory words. < r
Thousands of police were before the UJ(. General Astern.Wy declared that !the present inter The Soviet delegate spwlO.
strong out along Taylor's route la t the first major policy\ dee- rational situation was ripe for tally endowed' Red CMna's .
from the airport Into Iowa. laratloa of the new Soviet lead progress on such sedans as a proposal for a meeting ef the
There had been rumors that ership.Gromjko. complete ban ea nuclear w ap. !beads of slate .. an countrUeto
Buddhists\ planned e demonstra also submitted e ens, the \liquidation ef torrlga consider s baa en s3: nuclear

........ He alas backed the
ncenmendatiaji of lilt ...*.
Bgwd uUoM at CaIN for a
Sun Grculation Tops 20,000 weld disarmament eonfertncs.Me .
Tie Catamite Sea anted caber ekraWaen Cyan Itagaissrs sad abtiM .......... ne Soviet gevemment Is ,
....... ka Dernsisjrr by reacassg lea. safrbeat the Sa as trpinaWr, rW prepared U parbcipale as futtk-
crwwka wr 1"'". om Ae"keUI pat toe er dlaraselons to any shim s..t* .... net btfare Is su biwy.W
>n It b.. "...s in be a"f wriICr and at any level Inckidutg lit
\ 1M cWnIa.Iff Dui ages ski one ...... blgbeet en*, el She srealem efgeeeral
Twiagtr.y.. Setae area ...... slad and compieMi tflaama City Works on Sunday in County ,
tile passed 2MM art peW as December le Sm*..* ftfe Hk... a -. nrt log atcat. ef banging and ...,.,. i
making Ike SMiwmra TartagllMe said Big Oraege tile ...'. sawt -u... .*.*.". lit nuclear weapans. and .. City crews worked at a 4o,"bletlase pace Saturday and Sunday to beat an expiring I
that tie increased esrrabrtiw ef tile ta Anafte (largest part ... It tile sUSe.Mtntr measures tat file enrtaOraeel State KM Deft permit .. !hulaO water llsteealoeic Mew berry Roa4 to the 1-73 later
tile ..srtaie .thai Mrfia FhrUteM la rate ef grown. ae daily at.....r ks the arms ....." thaare.. I'tUllea DUerter Ma Kelly said today ae was Instructed to Initiate the a<-
attach to rebate a4 cfasfcte sews to" earorwa ...*. Oe an sscraee' ft* ta bee Cmnyksi pledged the SevMfmranears tea Friday by Mayor llewsrd. )frKI..". Kelly: indicated that allhevga, Me Initial reejsje -
age as wefl as escktshe In m. e.jryd ks a awrths compMe support *( for city ,tllHi. came frs Home's Motor Lodge, til.,. .. a* .Immediate rastosaer '
-- lee W! en Page II let the extended water line. (S.. ,It... by To.., ......*.)

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in the NEWSBriefly. II In The-. Weather RoundupA College Chaplain- Preaches I

I CapitolWASHINGTON Sex As 'Good,' and 'Fun'

I not be "bad" or "dirty," bisaid
It Is
Ntw lark Utmrfl Jun, and Goucher glrb I "Indeed it can be yen.
(AP) Sec. He told the "
of Defense BALTIMORE Md., For could not tell them beautiful.
etary Robert S. Mo that he
A Cl.., to iwrtlr elot/4 too; eonnuod more than a month a young should orshoulds'l The scrman on "Sex Withinthe
amara lays he hopes to keephe 11 cold Hirouoh. Tuoirtoy. Light "whether I you
: defense budget next to fc'.. cc l.... tasges wit', ... 21 so chaplain at Goucher College or even how far you Created Order" was
year ,
:N. High TooMtey In tho Kit Northerlywlndt who I 25 In the
critics Oct. college
lightly below *>0 billion 10 to II mllM m hour.B hal been answering should." preached
him of preaching a sermon Ichapel. According to the college .
Alter checking over budget C Fair and continued accuse "The good news of the Gospels -

'gures for two hours at the rather cold through Tuesday favoring free lova. ht said, Is that they are weekly, it received "wide.

IVhile House with President Mattered frost tonight. Low The Rev. Frederick C. WoodJr. to act responsibly according spread approval" on campus

Johnson on Saturday McNa- tonight 28 to 38. High Tuesday says he never advocated ,free to a higher law. If you after the first shock wore off

nara said recent economies In near 60 Northerly winds promiscuity but he acknowledges this is the law of love." I II When the letters of criticism
:he Defense Department will 8 I to 15 miles an hour. that he said from the intercouse need started! flowing I In, the chaplain

ermit a substantial cut In new D Moilly file tnt continued rothtr .PUCI..I..l l 11 *..Ua.DO.# ....". _ttt "ffruvt... v_." .It. -1ft I Premarital -replllU--. -Ju.---W u"" 5."I.. ..,..a.,..i._.a. L'IC_
cold through TuHdoy with ocottorodroil
pending authority requested In coldor "tocollonl tonight Low I was not giving a "carloblanche
:14 It ... High Twndoy mtr 40. Northrly More AboutStorms for Irresponsible behavior .
for the fiscal which
year begins .
wlndt I I IS mllo> on hour
ext July 1. I 9 *: ond continued rolhor ReligiousYule in a casual relation.
cold through T_., LOg tonight M
He said the most recent estimate ,. ... Ml'h Tueoooy Hi tho 401 Northtrly c', laTsMPasATOsIs ship."
wlndo I to II ml".. M 5c',.
of spending for the present 0) MOOS, file and ,.'.', cool I StampDemanded old
Low "'Ih' .... Does the SI c year Episcopal
through Tumooy In
year Is $' 9.8 billion and the new
W>. High T_." ...r 's. Northerly 5LSSw0U5 From 1 clergyman feel a girl I
budget should be dost to that. wlndi 10 to IS ,,Il., on hour, Hittl L.ew I'rocl. Page
H I Moilty elSe ond o unit' cod JockKMVlllOMlotnl aa "should" or that she"shouldn't
through Tundoy. Low tonight M to II. 75 'I "
WASHINGTON (AP) The High Tuotdoy In Iho low '110. NorthorlyWlndi TompoAllonlo 7t dO and cooking facilities were pro- ?
10 to IS MOo on hour. 31 2. Wood said he does not advocate
population of the world In mid J Portly claMV ond o llttlo, cool Now Orloonolotto .. 31 WASHINGTON (AP) Rep vided.
964 was an estimated 3,283,000- trough TUt d.". Low tonloht ronglngrm '::11 21 .1' The Weather Bureau said to premarital Intercourse but
f the low 40i war rh.. booch toItto Now York. 34 21W.'lot" Melvin R. Laird today criticizedthe be
JOO and it Is growing at the rate unw No mil Mend High Tueodey ,",, 44 :54coo. stamp night and Tuesday would a neither would he condemn it If
noor 71 Northerly .W tl It to II ... n I' 1964 Yuletide postal amid scatteredsnow. the parties were acting "re.sponslbly
of about 6S million bit
In warmer
a year. mile on hour k.n... City :It :n and urged Issuance of Christmas
380 it is expected to hit 4.3 billon. 1C Contldereble c""I" _, end Dan., :u ."
lIlt'. cool throuan TuoMoy. Low toloht n worthLoo Ca I. stamps with a religious tonight "
In tho mlmio 401, High Tueo.doy Anooln 70 47 Nativity scene The Weather Bureau said He quotes "responsibly, he
n to n Norm 4o northooit wInds, toottloGAINESVILLE dO aI .. theme such as a and Tuesday would be a xplaliis, because he means
The figures were compiled )
''I It N mint on Hour.CIDAM "not the commercialized
primarily from United Nations WEATHER bit warmer amid scatteredsnow. they must bear In mind the
tree or
KIV Tines symbol( of a Christmas.
estimates They were released responsibilities "to each other,
Tuouloy High it I,41 em. and IOu Municipal Airport readings Santa Claus.
Reference Gov. Nelson A. unborn child and to
ly Population ,. .. to any
j Low ot II:|" "' ond II o m.MAHINI In a letter to Postmaster
,APWIs4S. Hw Iwnl Bureau to point out the long- for 24 hours to 1 ann today: Gronouskl the touring evacuation centers In society."

Bookworm range problems posed by the I AIT OUL I Northorly ORICAIT colds 11 to High 57 at 3 p.m.; low 36 at Wisconsin General John Republican A. said the Schenectady area Sunday He would never condone extramarital
,. 11 knoll .. ,. Z a.m. Rainfall none
global population Increase. through TiMMoy. .1 controversial Issues have night declared "We've had Ice sex because that

=fievcnteen-year-old high school senior Jeff Miller arisen many In recent years over the storms before, but none has, would be "a violation of a

ZuCIadlanapofia.: goes about his studies while a fiveftttl WASHINGTON (AP) More Five Day I ForecastTampa principle of separation of ever been as bad as this." covenant," says Mr.. Wood. ,

Indigo make rests on his shoulder and a vacant than 2,000 graduate and unde church and state. He was talking about a combination who is married and the fatherof

deBIt behind him. Jeff an amateur herpetologist, graduate students will under Temperatures will 4 72 to 52 and Miami 77 "There Is one Issue, however, of freezing rain, snow three.

:Ufften! brings his snakes to school for zoology din3HAVS. ake Intensive training In 34 to) I degrees below normal average Cold over which there should be no and ice accumulation that be- The Gospels, according to
snakes six turtles rarely taught modern languages to 59. Rainfall will generally be late his view call for "radl c al I
The 2
boy owns an Iguana. first half of week with warming controversy because it In no gan Friday and that by ,
:-and an alligator. next lummer. trend latter half Sample daily less than one half Inch occur. way concerns the separation of Sunday night, froze community freedom and radical responsilillty ))1
The Office of Education I In latter of the period. Laird wrote. school rather than "pharisai-
ranges Tallahassee M to 44. leg portion church and state, activities from high ,
:r. this today said an "
TOUR announcing
"That Issue Is the annual Issuance basketball games to worship cal moralism.
allocation of some $323,000 has of Christmas stamps by services to I Wood, a native of Connecticut '
: Mn a move bristling with a stop.
of the Natlonal
velopment provisions Office'Department. entering the began as Goucher College 1
pu&Ccal significance. Senator- the Post Families began
fccl Robert F. Kcnaedy seta Defense Education Act. "Again this year the Post Of- emergency centers Friday 'chaplain this fall. Last year he '
Institutions will\ '
out today on a "quiet. leisure- Sixteen and contribute funds participate that i (! lutuarte ice has Issued a highly commercialized night. Others followed as the ''was chaplain at Cornell Unl-
he he
ly" tour of upstate New Yorkto will at least match the federal stamp which pur.ports storm damage left thousands ersity, where says
talk to the to convey the 'spirit' of of homes without electricity or preached the same sermon
people bout grants .IIIIe PiHtorol. _orrengomontt, .hm sli. 55..will bo toil* vnr" Punerdl' Notion Christmas but which In no way heat. without creating such a fuss.

the true meaning of I The chaplain cautioned that
th. symbolizes
( problems had
At Its peak, the storm
] In their comI Congo Arms HOWARD SHAW In Clearwater and had been a Christmas." darkened the homes and businesses a love relationship was necessary -

I munlties." I resident of Trenton for M He has w god for years, Laird of more than 75,000 of the for a full sexual one. As
Inthenext Howard L. Shaw, 64, of 1401 said and In the past has Introduced for marriage it "Is no guarantee -
r Airlift Gets NW 4th St., died Sunday at years. calling on the 338800 customers of the Niagara of a proper relationship"Wood
[ three or four Survivors Include his widow, legislation Mohawk Power Corp. in
his home after suffering an apparent Office Department to use noticed one Interesting
days he will Helen Deen Scott, Trenton; two, Post eastern-central: New York.A .
heart attack. about the lettershe
make what his Mrs. I the Nativity scene on Its annual thing many
daughters Carolyn
Soviet Aid power company spokesman had received in response to
i I aides term a Christmas stamp.
I A carpenter he I lived I In O'Steen. Punta Gorda and said Sunday night that the number -his sermon Most of the favorable

actfinding"( Gainesville for nine years. He Mrs Elizabeth Scott, Trenton; The Post Office Department'sspecial of homes and businesses ones, he said, camerom

tour of from ) New flark itotf was a native ol Canton Mass. ''a brother, Edwin Scott Clewls- stamp committee, Laird without electricity and heat was while most of the
seven to 10 cities to obtain Information said turned down the Nativity ( girls,
and sister Mrs. Edna ,
Include his widow ton
Survivors one
; ,
down to about 40,000. from men
that will be helpful i By IIEDIUCK SMITH: Christmas stamp on critical ones came
A. Shaw and Van Acker Miami. scene for a
Mrs. Hilda a
; much of
to him when he takes office in At leant four candidates CAIRO United Arab Republic the basis that It would commemorate Weather forecasts for especially college men.

January as the junior senator were mentioned today for the The Soviet Union has sister Mrs. Dorothy Carslde, a religious holiday. the stricken area called for

from.this state.A'Iennedy Italian presidency to succeed agreed to provide weapons and Canton, Mass. More About snow flurries today and overnight More About

aide Insisted that .Aatonlo Segal 73, who has resigned help pay for the current airlift MRS. HARRY "This argument has no relevance temperatures near zero.
do with health to rebels to this Issue," he wrote. The Weather Bureau and
"this trip has nothing to because of III of arms Congolese by CULI'EI'PERATLANTA

politics," but some Democratic He suffered a cerebral l stroke the United Arab Republic and Racial. "Christmas Is celebrated evh emergency work crews agreed, DeanFrom

county leaders and- state A... 7 and although be I. Algeria well Informed Iron Cu Mrs. Harry Cul-- year to honor the birthday of however, that the worst was

legislators let It as their first ) slewly recovering, he ban not tain sources said Sunday. pepper, fornier administrative Jesus Christ. Even those who over. There was no sign the ,. 4'

chance for ',face: .ovta. .d.ct.: regained the me of his right ,One of key reasons for the assistant to the University of From 1 ;Jo not acknowledge Hun as the! Weather Bureau said of more
with to Florida Law Review, died Sat Page Jon of God recognize that H< rain that caked Page ions
meeting : Kennedy get arm and his speech Is impair move; these sources said was of the freezing

his -views on a wide range of ed. Parliament will meet Dee to block the Communist Ch -urday at an Atlanta nursing Hoffman white. They were was a great figure in history. tree limbs and power lines with

political matters, Including the 16 to elect a new chief of nese from extending t h e I r home. I convicted on Illegal cohabita- "A Christmas stamp com.Iu. a "faulty show of school
yet :;; to be resolved lightovertop state for a term. and to spirit that could only be called
saven-yiar support to the rebels She was associated with the lon: charges In Miami Beach In numerating His birthda I ;] "

leadership posts in show African radicals that Mo .-College of Law between 1948 1962. Each was sentenced to 30 should In some way convey tha More About ana rchy.

the legislature DECORATEDGea cow Is prepared to back up III and 1962. Before coming to days In Jail and fined $150. fact and not the commercialize'! ",It was vandalism and disor-

SUCCUMBS Curtis E. LtMay U.S. Ideological support of "wars of Gainesville, she lived in Mentosh. Florida's law barring Interracial symbol of a Christmas tree 01 Riot derly conduct as far as I'm con-

Air Force chief of staff recelv, national liberation" with hare marriages was drawn Santa Claus." emed. I am exceedingly dISturbed -

Consuelo Vsndtrblll Daises, ed a decoration in Japan today,, ware. Survivors Include son, Stuart -, into the case on the ground the Christ Is the spiritual leadeof and embarrassed that

88, the former Duchess of Marl- despite protests by leftists who I Reliable eastern Europe a n of Atlanta; and several trial Judge Indicated to the millions of Americans and o'; Front Page 1 Indents hid behind school spirIt -

borough who led a storybooklife said he was responsible for the! sources said a deal for the Soviet grandchildren I jury that common law mar. millions the world over, Lain I the University area, to kee p to conducd themselves this

'7 al an American heiress, World War II atom-bombing 01! Union to underwrite an Mage could not be a defense for said student spirits I I from getting way"

hostess to inter- Hiroshima and Nagasaki. arms airlift to Congolese rebels DAVE SCOTT the Negro and white woman higher, and to cut off the supply

national royalty | LeMay was given the firs: was made during secret meeting TRENTON Dave Lang because Florida law prohibIted of beer cans which some Police arrested K students

and social worker Order of Merit of the Crane I here between Soviet Amba Scott, executive vice presidentand all marriages between Negroesand Education men were throwing at officers and confiscated the Identification -

In the London I Cordon of the Rising Sun for his I sador Vladimir Erofeev and one of the original stock- whites. cards of 12 others.
Coeds called to and
slums died Sun contribution to the development: Canton Soumialot, the self-sty of the Farmers and were
raiders James G. Mahorncr, assist Is Talk Topic locked In their rooms at 11:11: President Reiti declined to

day at her Long of Japan's postwar air defense! ed defense. minister of the reb Merchants Bank III T r e n ton, ant attorney general of Florida p.m., about M minutes after the comment on the matter, beyond

bland home. \ system.LATE. els. died at his residence here told the high court that 19 For Retarded riot began, and well before their saying It will be Investigated

Since the end yesterday.He states have miscegenation and action taken.
YEARS normal 1.30 a.m. Saturday nigh appropriate
of World War loir .Miout was born March 19, 1902, aws. Florida Alabama Arkansas Mrs. Janet Larson coordinator eurfew.I The matter Is In the hand of
U,-she had lived .( Labor W. Wll Delaware Georgia, Indiana Dean Discipline
Secretary of the Exceptional Chili I Some girls waved undies from Hale and the Faculty -

in virtual retirement -, lard Wlrti says "life doesn' Kentucky Louisiana, Program for the Alachua County ". thejr windows, shouting encour Committee and I know

except for make sense unless the older UN Plane Hunted Maryland, Mississippi I I I. Missouri Board of Public Instruction. agement to the boys. they will handle It In the best
In 1953 of her best-
publication "The years are a time of full opportunity North and South Carolina will review the county's specia:I At the drill field, the portable interests of the University,"

selling autobiography, resourcefulness and produc- On East CoastNEW Oklahoma, Tennessee -educational for re. coaching tower used by Ray Reltz said
Gold. programs
Glitter and the
Texas Virginia, West Virginia
She was born Into one ofAmerica' tivity. From Page 1 SMYRNA BEACH (AP) and Wyoming. larded persons at a meeting o r Graves football coach, was set "It Is unfortunate that the ac-

wealthiest families Speaking Sunday night at a the Alachua County Association I afire and pushed to University Ions were carried beyond the

Her great.grandfather, Commo- fund-raising dinner for Brook ,to the United Nations and -A year-old student pilot and, the his I Florida's law declares a for Retarded Children Tuesda;r Avenue. Temporary bleacher bound of a victory celebra-
I 4-year-old passenger marriage contracted within thestate's
torn down.
dale. N.Y. hospital center WIrti "for S were
dore Cornelius Vanderbilt had promised to use It easing at p.m.fIIrs. on"
Cessna aircraft took off In between Negro
they I borders
a V K. Holuman
called for quick enactment of for In- campus police
founded the New York Central international tensions Larson will\ show coloi,
Saturday are being sought along: and a white Is automatically \-
lieutenant said the rio
Railroad and provided the base medical care for the aged as I ernatlonal cooperation and for a wide area of the Florida cant void. Children of such a slides at the talk which wUl beat appeared to be spontaneous, Inc: Car Stolen
one of the nation's most important -the development of relations
llM-million fur. administration
for the family's! coast today. marriage are\ the buildini I "in good humor" He said
demands. among suites with different .0- at the Board of Public: Instruc. any; Myrl J.Han es, Gainesville
tune. Missing are HI t k i Doughney,, ble of receiving any Inheritance destruction which occurreccame
At 17 the shy dark-haired SUPREMACY clal systems on the basis of the member of the Grass Roots Fly.. benefits. The persons Uon, 1117 East University Ave. late. architect and former city commissioner

Miss Vanderbilt reluctantly! principles" of peaceful coexls ng Club and son of the Soutt I who marry are subject to 10years' AIachua County has :23 classes Two police officers were injured reported to police

married Charles Richard John eThe Rev. Martin LSI t h eKing r ence. Daytona Police Chief; and Jeft r imprisonment and for the mentally retarded bits I Marshall Stricklandwhose Saturday night that his 1964 model

Spencer-Churchill! ninth duke ol Jr. told an overflow congregation Cromyko referred to what Prugh. fines. ,1,0081 special program. ribs were bruised o' auto was stolen while he
he called the verbswordplay"
H a first at St Paul's Cathe- "great 1 was In the Lamplighter Lounge
was broken
Marlborough. he
was hit
dral In London Sunday that on the Issue of U N, by a It K. Main St. and 10th Ave.III..
cousin of Winston Churchill The flying timber, and Jerry Gerard :
marriage lasted 11 years, ended -, the doctrine of black supremacy as the- peacekeeping mention He of the made formulas no specific Burch May Be Forced Out whose hand was hurt.
is as great a danger
and later annulled -
was Donald a
In divorce white '' being advanced to resolve the McKechnle Jr., a
duc'rln of
after both had remarried .: crisis over failure of the Ruslans .' student, was reported hit on the

The ground for the annulment -, In the first evensong sermon to pay peacekeeping assessments Through Lac k of Support head. He was among those ar

was that her mother had ever delivered In St. Paul's b, but stressed that an rested.Ringo's. : :

forced her to marry' the duke. a mm o Anglican Dr. King, I solutions must be In accordance .. e-

In 193U ana married Col. Baptist said "all over the with the UN. Charter. By \CKBELL Burch's own canvass of his men, Young Republicans and Fan

Louis Jacques Balsan, a pioneer world ss w. struggle\ for Justice In the Soviet view the asesamenta strength within the committee Ill." i Cost I 1C1In. AI. DAys UN Pot'o'N

French aviator He died eight and freedom wo must never violated the charter WASHINGTON (AP Re- was said to have been somewhat i Although the governors avoided May tho---L---...o O'OOlOint of 'ermoncKoMe ne
use second-class methods \to because Mbllcan governors have started him. Burch In i Him 1_ et Trenton, e." ee .o*
years ago.INDIA they were approved by disappointing to naming a declaration a Home .. a f M. ox TueMO*. OecemoerU I
gain It the General Assembly instead a fIn within their party that Sen. Thruston B. Morton of setting out their Ideas about <* OIl SOil Melheolol Clxrc* *
TALKS could make it difficult for Na- LONDON AP) Bingo Ttwon vim .... 'rod Vortoo doMemoM
"We must not seek to rise of the Security Council Kentucky, former bead of the revising tile party Cw5 w. .... WT'o. .

e Prime MlnNtrr Lai! BakaduiShantrl from a position of disadvantageto la a separate disarmament Ilonal Chairman Dean Burch to committee, made the point on a seemed clear a\\Starr lost his the tonsils Beatle last drummer who Cc'wsocci runerel Berne.,, on *.c"cc II
command the broad-base week

of India returned to New one of advantage substituting -memorandum Gromyko repealed support television broadcast Sunday not offering the also low his home. may -

Delhi today after a three-day I Injustice of one type for that the mali proposals previously he needs to bold his Job. ABC "Issues and Answers" kind of "broad support" Morton His Miphbon have 1Gainesville I
short to petiuoned
Britain he advanced by the Soviet Although they stopped that the chairman has to have said was necessary
state visit to and said IM lof another told the 4000 I,his landlord to bun Sun
a declaration at Denver Colo. move out onis
was "completely! satisfied" will)I Britons who filled the cathedralto delegation at the Geneva arm broad support within the com- I Cov. George Romney of Michigan JU5-.-.eek
his talks. Its huge doors. conferences. Saturday' of calling coIlecUvery mitte. H* added h* didn't know said In a national telecast Westminster. apartment I ID uMithow avo1oo e'cset I
The memorandum stated that for Burch's resignation, Ibm anybody "who would want to -CBS "Face the Nallon"lleIt His teenage fans Saturday, ond Sunday tnem'

the Soviet Union favors the establishment appeared to belief be _ stay In that position! that didn't convinced a majority of the" I are'Ringo's driving tonsil them craiy operation has Inai|I>>HM by Company th* GamowilU ot 101 Pooi St I I IZntf

I I of denuclearlz majority have support of his own com- National Committee members Iac.. Gainoivlllo. PkxMa
I given us our first I.
Assaulted On Hy. 441A zones In northern Europe the among theI Analyslan mitte.1* I want Burch to go. Romney was months" "d Lathom peace for I and entered M Mcond clou '
whs attended Cadge I martw et #<. *ot| Of<. atc
Balkans. Africa the India I a I "hat The I Morton, who has announced joined by Cows Nelson A. Rock- neighbor
:... .
Ocean, the Middle East and ID that after bis backing of Burch.! said It is tftUer of New York William W, I II yll FSoe'do.CIRCUUTIOM
>: tlchlgaa trucker told Ala an hour earlier and taken tnap. Butch c.nvH.fe"'l II I Trnge girls\ satira and JkTII ITCABIlia
other areas It also said the Soviet up to the members of th National Scranton of Ptnmytvania. RobtrtE.SmybofUakoandsom shriek
chua County sheriffs dtpuuts Union Si the situation Means<< [ aU day his 01 MAIL
to discuss Committee and
prepared a* one :
wife I
Saturday night he was slugged! When he got Mcintyre thoroughly be "They get hystrlcal fight I Wee 4S
up the sequence of the elimination ,elM to dtttrmln whether o&Iwna saying Burch must go. and kick 1 Me II15At
jnd robbed Just oft U. S 441 1 told deputies N found about of all bomber aircraft may decide to Burch should be rtpUctd.H SelL Barry Cold st r, the' each other and chas *
Prairie. $2n had been taken from him. sttp out. I every ear that arrives \in case mo.1 oubecrvtioni muot
south of Paynes Another -H defeated GOP
standard Soviet proposal added must have presidential aonv RIIUM Is bujd*." be o4 M --..
Ralph D. Mcintyre. 41, St: Ht was examined at Alachua reiterated In the doc.. I This was based la part on reports -broad support to tht National I intc has said ht Is standing I "It's a drag" said BIngo, due Memfce o* A *t IVxeou of

Joseph Mich., said !h* was hit General Hospital and although\ ment was the appeal for a notv given the governors In CommittM \itself !b* must have fIrmly behind Burch. But men out of University College HotpiutloaTbunday. Crtt orwn.PEOPLE .

on the head and blacked out. bruised, apparently was not aggression pact between the closed session that as many as broad support among the Republican -torn of CoUwater's finnett as -- socc Sa.
.. .. .. ,.. c'IaP
M hi stepped around. his tractor seriously hurt. Warsaw Treaty countries and :70 of the 111 member RepubuVan \- governors tile Republican supporters among the govtnw 'I wish I could da sometbin suw._-, c_ sos '.

trailer rig. : The sheriff office Is bvcstlaung. -the members of the North A" : National Committt nvij mayors. RepuWicaa fead- 'qualified\ their *odrMmratth : et about N but I cant control 0,0,0.on.Ma, -so -..oon w Ou .-...

Mcintyre laid he had parked antic Treat!; OrganUalwo.i 'avor replacement of IIurch.I eras slat chairmen ,ice chax-; uuonal chairnar ,:lie fans." I so -.

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Monday, December 7, 1964 Gain",'ill $u .

I Hospital Patients Got Out Sooner But Paid More: I

By NOR.taCOE 15, at a cost per day of 32. taxes were needed only for two :from county taxes, 81V4 tents: siclans, 19 'cents for supplies, dietary, 11 cents fm general hires to ir the fiscal year Mustaln.
Sun Staff Writer 82, for an average stay of 6.U things, care of indigent patients -from in patient revenue, 1 I and 9 cents for other costs. I administration, and 134 cents It wa::s prepared and submit- The report was submitted to
The average patient at Al... days. : (welfare cases mostly) I cents from other sources. Of services provided, for J JI For laundry, housekeeping, ted by Edward H. Clarkson, the board of trustees who are I
chua General Hospital got out t: In 196041, It was $20564, and and for some capital Improve I Of the dollars spent, each I each dollar spent, the picture and maintenance who wa s promoted to the post Marvin Gresham, H. C. Edwards .
of bed and went home soonei, 5.83 days in the hospital at an ,ments to the old hosplta I went this way: I7V4 cents for, shows 68 cents for professional II The report does not list the of boa]pital administrator S. K. LIndsey, J. N.
In the 12 months ending Oct,, average cost of $39.40. building In the budget for the payrolls, 4H to fees for ploy, care of patients, 9li cents for I total revenues and expendMarch! 1, succeeding M. T. Anderson Jr. and S. M. Wall
31 than in aeveral years, but: visits Increased present fiscal year, whlcl i b --- -
Emergency room
he stopped to pay a higher bill I In the year Just end--started Oct 1, tax money is i
before going out the front door. ed. Some 21,128 persons need- asked only for the care of In. _
This is shown in the annual i ed 5.4 digent patients.
emergency help up percent
report by the hospital trustee I from the year before. Gross earnings were 4.3 per
to the board of county com. cent above last yew's, but
missioners.The The hospital reported 11,420 operating expenses rose U
average patient also I X-ray exams up 383 from the per cent. Collections increased
before, and 14,833 laboratory
year .9 centEach
underwent more X-ray and laboratory per
tests than in previous; examinations an Increaseof dollar of Income was
years, the report shows. 1739. derived this way: 5tt cents _
And, fewer county resident I Financially, the hospital i I __
had to go to the hospital al t was reported In good condition ONE DAYSERVICE.

all.On an average day In the fja.. Operations generally were .
cal year ending Sept. 30, t h<1 .covered__ n n bv revenues._ Coon tv,
hospital reported 122 adult patients
and 18 newborn babies,
a lower figure than for the Shopping Spree
previous two years.In e ,
all, the hospital had B> For DisabledNEW
959 patients, down 109 from
the year before. This Included YORK (AP) Alexan-
7,311 adults and 1,643 newborn I der's department store threw
Infants. I open its doors and cleared the
The average patient In the ,aisles on a Christmas shoppingday
year stayed 6.1 days in the hospital I for 400 disabled oldsters GfwAtma&can
at a cost per day of 37.> ,and 30 handicapped children
67. On the way out. he paid :Sunday. still be
an average bill of $229.79.In .
the year just previous, the Proceeds from the third annual I IMPRINTEDwith
average patient stayed longer, Sunday open house 1- -
627 days, at a cost per day which helps the customers who YOUR name Gk.-
of $34.58, and paid a total bill 'can't walk to their Christmas
of $21882. shopping without the usual CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
weekday hustle and bustlewent CO. INC10CW.Uiilv.An.
In 1961-eZ, the bill was 203. .
to the 12-non-profit hospitals -
.. I and homes from which the re.2-M2I

shoppers came. .
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chua County Practical Nursing FREEZERSFINANCING (Have you priced a tiger lately?) ,
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Vocational Department, will Involve I I Yet th.y cost less than some very tame lets that go around trying to pass themselves oil) as tlgtrs but who can't even manage the growl.How do we doltj
a total fee of about $110. I That's our secret See them all In captivity at your Pontiac dealer's. ""
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JOHN .. .......0... __ _
P..Il_, 'AT COWL. ".... trr .soli il' ZwS. Chambers

Florida s Beautiful iN f M ...e..w.i ...aas..ssJONNION....., Vioe w. S.-...qllronlnl'llit1 E

City' ,,,_ ''t If >M :'lcim 0er.: SOS-::' AOUONV :: SBy'

/,* PTMlMit ....! ClrtvUIHO MMUfir, i By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.

THE SUN'S POLICY JOHN S. KNIGHT said about his enemies that they would
'ubll_. Tile Miami M.rM I j I LM George i once from a facl. As much can be IBid of those

1. Ripest the news fully and Impartially in the new. columm take no nonaense reading the warren Report persist in proclaiming -

2. Cxpm the opinions ot e.. Sun In- buT only "In-- dHcnol.. EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: who, even after of Harvey Lee QnM B Is, one ,up.

3. Publish OH silo of Important cor.trov. ol) "-to. the Innocence thing that everybody agrees that
NEW YORK The electionis quite t remarkable
poses a i If
The Sun's telephones: All departments 37K-14U long since over Brutus stabbed Julius Caesar. of One Alger wonders His when.wU be finally ever,
historical fact of the guilt
-- Yet one still hears some
mutter in the drawing room accepted.A .

1- about Lyndon Baines Johnson released posthumously,
WEEKS ago a volume was
Translating Shakespeare and "that humptydumpty"who FEW of the fragmentary rlUngs of whiter

would be President if containing some hoped by his widow by toe edi.tor. ,
It wu mart of the British National King James version for popular anything happened to LBJ. iIt! Chambers. It was admirers earnestly of Chamber. that he might In this

Theater to retain the poet Rob- favor. and by the the man who got Alger Hiss or
However, when you leave volume be Judged not as
ert Graves to "translate" Shake- the social circuit and begin who a generation ago did espionage for the Communist party

,pear.'. "Much Ado About Nothing" Chaucer, a couple of centuries old- associating with bankers and but as a man of thought and letters.

into more intelligible (but itlll Eliza- er, is scarcely read (except by ad- businessmen, the "reading"on The book "Cold Friday." Is an attempt to set down some

bethan) English and smarter still vanced students) in anything but the Johnson administration of hb view',, which whether or not one sympathizes with

to let the word out in time to atari translation, his "Middle English" is Is much more favorable.The them will thrill with any Ideological man of literary rage st sensibility the mere, provided mention he of
arguments before .the play opens in so difficult for moderns to grasp. men of finance andmanagers' Is not of Whittaker Chambers. It is important for those
"There' ir Dear the name
London Feb. 8. Any monkeying with of business like nothing believed Chambers, and for those younger people in
President Johnson's attitude Just close your eyesend Jump .who America who never knew him
Shakespeare is sure to start arguments Icelanders still read the sagas in
all the time. the original though these toward the business commu- ororead t him, and who have nut
yet we are some nity. They consider Johnson to
his extraordinary autobiography
what older than Chaucer; and Arab be a strong but cautious leader THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST "Witness," to be

Graves is a poet and translator of Muslims still read the Holy Koranin who will not plunge reck- reminded that Chamber was

renown. He is not a bowdlerlzer or a its much older Arabic original. lessly Into uncharted economic one of the finest products of

'writer-downer, but a neo-Elizabethan But in most cultures language waters. Members of the /I the ant-Communist struggle.Not .
Business Council differ Smiled
swashbuckler himself, full of sympathy changes cumulatively with the generations with the President on the If Only They because he fingered Al

for both Shakespeare's rant until the classics become incomprehensible "Great Society" concept of ger Hiss, nor even because
v v
and his rapture. without study as a abolishing poverty by govern- his "Witness" forever de-

learned language. It seems a pity, ment action but they applaud N rID Uurk Sitars much better housed than anybody whose nose twitches stroyed the myth that every
but it
five and Is not quite clear, single person associated with
understanding of the free even years ago,
And Shakespeare's language becomes but that's the way it is. competitive system which By the government has completed Is obviously one of the great the New Deal was a demo-

more and more of a foreign pays the bills. MOSCOW For about between the center of achievements of thNtrl cal cratic Idealist. But because

tongue with each passing generation, Archibald MacLeish once lamented $1000 these days you can go the city and Moscow University history Chambers, through his melan-

in spite of the valiant effort of that no one living any longer knows The problems confronting to Moscow that and gather impressions on the upland What a westerner misses choly, through his palpable I
President. Johnson are simply are probablynot fringe what must be the here la variety, spontaneity, personal grief for the West, i Is
school teachers and theatrical companies how to pronounce the language of appalling worth a dime. But it Is
largest and ugliest complex and laughter. It Is not able to arouse in the man who
to keep him green. China's oldest literature, the poetryof What to do, for instance a bracing experience and I of apartment houses In the merely that the clothes are reads his prose or studies his

the Confucian Book of Songs. about the war In South Viet cold for people and who like trip a long in, history of human habita dark and uniform or that life, a sense of renewed dedication

The English Bible (roughly contemporary Nam? the middle expensive of the winter it tion. the shop all look alike to the West the absence

with Shakespeare) has With Shakespeare, only the scholars really cannot be matched. There 1s much 'more mon- this Is understandable of which principally accounts
How can a war be won ey, much ,more food and but that tile faces are uni- for the West's falter
had to be translated over and over know. The rent of us pronouncethe
without united support from Moscow is a city of con much more vodka around formly shut and frozen.IF ing performance during the
again into more modern English for old words modem-style, and try the nation we are trying to trasts. It has one foot on than In the days of Dick recent era.

intelligibility, and at last several of to guess the meaning from the skill save? the moon and tile other Nixson's political Invasionof THEY ARE marchingto After Alger His was convicted

the newer translations are begininir of the actors, the rush of the con- And. If we bomb Communist stuck In the mud. It has a Siberia In 1959. Accord- the New Arcadia they the saying I went

to rival the splendid poetry of the text or the learning of the footnotes. bases and supply line to new class and neon lighted ingly no, I did not take' don't look very happy about around: "Well, Chambers was

the North, will such direct action airport where you can buy any measurements personally -' It.' One almost longs for pre- proved correct, but his critics vi
o bring an end to the struggle cut rate vodka and fur hats. i- I have the impres- cisely what thy are deter will never forgive him for It." ei
or Involve the United Both are essential in these sion that the girth of the Soviet mined to stamp out: The Though the statement has the

State In a great conflict with latitudes. people, calculated It cult of personality, some smell of an aphorism-at-any-
: Voice ofthe Red China'Or the beam, is increasing at sign of Individually or orI- price it turned out to be go J
People Downtown there are now an alarming rate. And In a ginality, some Indication prophetically true. Those who

If we embrace the third over 10.000 taxis, all of which misspell life around foot- that the human spirit can sympathized with Alger Hiss

I I choice settlement by diplomatic teem to charge Irom every ball games, press club bar, cry out here la the dim -generally speaking, member

I On Hie 811118 Opinion Page* --. --- -. negotiation, will the traffic light/, like the kickoff political blow outs and light and be heard. of the Left never did
prestige ol the United/ State. at a football game and defy other alcoholic establ Ish- Moscow Is a brooding forgive Chambers, and greeted

OfinlwM .** mum..! .* Sw ncfan Mt vikrni. I. MM Velc. .. eke P.*"l. ttlvm.. Uttwtmult suffer Irreparable damage? .pedestrian traffic/ for all but ments In America, I have city, though starkly beautiful the publication/ of his book
k* ..","", .n4 torn Hit ., ..*! *44r.... N...t will kt oHkUW II r*.imt.4. A Uttw ,h..... the most expert brokenfieldrunner. never teen more befuddla l. : In the powdered snow. with riotous enthusiasm a, an
Mt .... JOO ..>* mot miMt be vtttvw M ship MI. ,*. .* Hit MM*. PMV ..*...* k. ...... Tk Thus the President facesan At CVM' departmentS ment hi so_short a time. It 1s changing alright, but occasion
.SUM ,_a tht >less. .. ..|... she lilies .. to .*.*.. It, *Miwt .*..*'... Hi* .,,,...i *>..*.. w agonizing decision which have three fashion changing this vast continental to spit on his grave.I .
....... cannot forever be postponed. they use the phrase to describeas
shows a day, and at the YET AT OTHER time country Is s little like exactly as I the three
Housing Code with slum! many of these take responsibility for the prevention -. Unhappily, he stands! alone. fancy restaurants the waiters and places, the Soviet trying to change the Atlantic reviews of "Cold can Friday" t
assume that the Inhabitants of alums Nations! such as Britain which dis
persons and blight. wear tails and scowl at crowds are much better Ocean. published In
the three
Threat to Poor of the slums are The above observations art, have vital Interests In Southeast tips Just as they do in New ciplined than Americans At Nevertheless, these are Influential Liberal Left most book
completely to blame for the quoted from "Basic Declskmi Asia are unwilling to be- York. the ballet or the theater, not people to be taken
media "The New
EDITOR Sun: Why do you condition under which they in Community Development": come Involved. for example, they have lightly Any race that can York Review of Books, "The

want the Housing Code so live. This assumption leads to a recent publication of t h i I i The President ia likewise Yet In the freezing sub- achieved two remarkable I survive the bitter cold of Nation." and "The New, Republic

badly Indifference about slum families VS. Chamber of Commerce, having his problems with then .urbs the old women are things! : They have eliminated these northern winter nights ."

If you were truly concerned and to the conclusion that Gainesville Is fortunate 11 I new labor government In Britain still drawing water from outside that bane. of the Broadway could conceivably conquerthe

with those who live In poorer such families do not deserve having leadership such ai s I pumps and carrying it theater, the noliy l human race and populate THE AH.\CK
homes, I should think your belp. The result Is that clli- that shown by Commlsslonei to tipsy! old wooden housesthat late comer, and even more the frozen face of the is in on Chambers I

effort could be put to a better tens, generally, do not take Richardson who moved it foi r Naturally, they Involve mon look as though they had commendable, they even stars a, well If only they those two parts. There are

purpose such as the establishment aggressive action to I n list adoption, and the other City;, eyas the Socialists seek to been "frozen in the act ofcollapse" Kern to have abolished the smiled, the prospect for the ily-who who attack his credlbil- ;

of 'a local fund to lendor upon the protection which a Commissioners who jointed ii I reduce Imports and shore up They look like common cough, How this Is future would seem more say simply that he

give money or materials good housing code can provide voting for the Housing Code, the pound. Britain's difficulties figure In the Grandma done without chloroforming tolerable. was a pathological liar that i
that was innocent
Moses pictures are now ,
have been temporarily period
labor to them. You I hope that other
help responsible I
alleviated with assistance showing here at the Push There are others who would
might even care enough to put "The record shows conclusively community leaders will com, like
to I from the International Monetary kin Gallery. Advice to the Russians; to believe that but are
some of your own money Into see importance thai t
that. In the absence of just
a little bit
: Fund but the Impending Sometimes the new and reluctant to
It. Your pointless criticism of their support can have for the,
an Informed and Insistent public crisis has only been post the old are combined I in do so under the weight of the
the contributes lit- success of this effort/ to eUiblish
plncJIIn support of housing poned. charming ways. The placeis On tie Use of AnonymityI contrary evidence. After all,
U. to the problem at hand. codes, local governmentsdo minimum standards 01:r full of vending machines to believe that Chambers

Mayor McKinney has pointed not act aggressively either health housing., safety and decency u I, As we speak of Britain's (maybe that's what happened I Louis Post-DlspaUb) such It Is. we dedicate to the was guilty Is to believe in a
out repeatedly that existing in the enforcement Undoubtedly man : problems, declsl v e
enactment or money .
Baker and conspiracy
difficulties to Bobby ), on As'homo Journallsticus" we public domain. In the administration comprehending the
ordinances If enforced, T h de- will arise and neec I steps must won be taken to
of such codes. .
e n"re
to be Gorky Street you can buy a find ourselves drawn with 1 of Franklin D. judicial mechanism of
should be adequate to the protection termined opposition of a few the City worked out wisely bj cope with a related crisis of caviar sandwich by putting Irresistible fascination to the Roosevelt the president sought t.... United States whose dimensions -
of public health and purposeM Individuals can de But If other business our own. a coin in the machine and essentially journalistic puzzle to surround himself with aides would cause the
m e n I
safety without unjust Intrusion feat the unsupported convictions and citizens, a, the U. S, 1 refer to our rapidly diminishing waiting for an old woman the new heads of the Soviet who had "a passion for anonymity most credulous disciple o f
upon our privacy. of die vast majority to out at you and nod. for them Robert Welch to wince
Chamber of Commerce urges, supply of gold. The U.S. peer Union have posed a phrase which quickly
Ttte enactment of this. .Housing "Opposition is certain to be will join In responsibility foi r: has on hand only $IS,. bildlion She then makes the sandwich ..lvvs'which is, to sit up became modified in popu- It would become necessary

Code cannot "fix up"these provided by Individuals acting the prevention of Ilu m s anblight I with $131 billion required and drops It Into the there In the top positions without lar usage to "a passion for to believe that the Justice

home, only money plus from a variety of motivations. we can look forward I to back our currency slot. Very good too. seeming prominent.One asinlnity" the distinction Department the FBI. the

willing hands can do thl.. Slum property owners are to better housing and a better need not be labored since courts, conspired together ta
If attended the C I II 1 The heart of the problem IX THE LAST five sees easily enough that fabricate
you y likely to be the moat active. Galnenvllle for all our clttuns. years either passion would be effective evidence a g .1 I nst
Commissioners meetings and However them arise from the trwnend o u s Moscow has charged I ID the fashionable new cult of the In countervailing the cult Hiss.It .
even among
really listened to Mayor Mc vast differences may exist RICHARD HIER S sums being spent<< by the United many subtle wajl. Esenti-: oligarchy requires successful of the Individual concerned. is always possible to con-
Kinney state his reasons: for States for economic aid and ally It is the same but solution of this problem: otherwise tend that such was the case
The lI1ottV" of the owner<<- President Citizen ,
Code defense In other countrift.n who one falls Into the un- These pioneering efforts
opposing the Housing cupant\ are likely to be completely Housing Associate like the country girls we even a, It Is possible to contend -
you would have no basis for different from those of Unless these expenditures went to town. It has put on fashionable and even ha/ard- are sorry to say, were not (a, the author Thomas
attack. Our little a little OUt old cult of the Individual particularly successful. Not
your unjust mayor the slum landlord. can be reduced substantially, a more rouge Buchanan In effect has done)
this code primarily more weight, and a few only did F. D. R.'. aides become that the
opposes( Dallas
confidence in the American How to do It, however? The police, the
because he wants to protect "The owner occupant may dollar will be severely shaken more "ain." Soviet press u trying out varhuus widely individualized.What militarists the FBI, and the
the poorer borne ownerIn plead harJjiilp. He may not But flurry the British Some of the women are such was more unforeseeable Warren Commission
Even today measures, as reporting conspired
be able to the cost of the White House
Gainesville.; lie as pay now tinting and lacquering spokesman Mr
pound and the dollar art considered new of the new leaden Kennedy's death on Os-
should!, that moot of these bringing hit property' up to their hair In accordancewith became quite prominent. wald.
you the weakest of the doing under small, unobtrusive But It .is distressing thai
people do not have the money code itandard He may claim Said fit tits, major currencies. the latest Paris outrage headlines and often and was known to one and all such phantasmagorias should

to repair their home to the that MiforctrMnt will compel (repeat outrage), and other on inside The occasion as Calvin Coolidge But for M published by allegedly serious
rigid Housing Code standards him to sell his property, tae A, If these complM and difficult are wearing flashes of and whatever the results of our journals.
however arise we
and that If they tall to do ao moat of the equity be may You Lost! vexations were net color around their! heads may will when Brezh effort were worth, there THE OTHER SCHOOL of

their property may be confiscated. have established In it, and be enough President Johnson has but In the main it is a cityof daresay nev, the Communist, Partyleader they are. and w. can only critics maintains that the -
unable to tint other accommodations If) turn T.. TUMI also to cope with Gen: De silhoutettes/ : of funeral wish the Russians better duck genleman
(or Premier Kosygln. was a Jerk an Intel-
Which Is better a bouse which he can afford WASHINGTON: Sen. Aa-, Gaulle who seems intent upon figures shuffling through/ the is than we had.
which doe give some protection to buy or rent. Such a position raham A. Riblcoff. D Conn,,, destroying the Atlantic Alii- mow against the usage or President nave Mikoyanl be mentioned goIng lwtl.4sltiallUe''t yloVa

or no home at allT Now Is certain to win a sympathetic recently praised Secretary olDrnfese < amt the proposed multilateral wind, or waiting, always to to eider a neurotic egocestrte -
publicly, perhaps name It.
who Is really thinking of the hearing. Robert 1 McNama-, nuclear force and oventhe waiting for bu.for newspapers These you
will critics ,
headline that attract cannot underhand
people commercial ra for his management of I due by nearly half
poor "Th operatorof payment for groceries or a
attention it man
tome even on leaving
With, the passing and enforcement alum properties on the oth- Defense Department and call of the countries comprisingthe something else.I One. Inevitable the Communist
could be Page
of this housing .r band may oppose the cod ed for support of the secretary United Nations. tint came here in 1X2, believed Party. truly
to hiss
Code hundreds of people wUl and its enforcement because In his battle t to reduce when Moscow was u a d..r The poBsibihty may ai well Continuation tanning i repeat
homeless. Let's have costs and Improve These and other challenges be faced In all candor that phrase he was
be a picture be wants to continue renting efficiency. from the aphotograph
to the President's first elective tile winning aide Inwder
of that! of or ., .1 T..e ,
his one ears Tr
to the people who occupy Ttw\ senator said McNamaras German army and tile only to
term win test his rtaourcelulneis join the bring side'Not
MARGARET SANDERS accomodailons. Many of these dwlakia to ekes K and] route of travel from these gentlemen may oa occasion GENEVA Member of me became the
alum landlords deliberately defense( banes "t" >k real cour courage.Tht Washington was Southward be hi order, and ft* European Tnt Trade AnorUUoa take either so dark a view of

Unit Blight Via permit poor conditions their age." site W Ma "mandat.In .* to Brazil serous the South omission could prove m 0 ,e bitterly complainedthat wwmmsB or so devoted a

stratum to increase the Naturally," Ribicoff said, th, recent election should Atlantic to -"sioD Island cwvspicuuus than its printIng Britain bad broken Ow view of the West but becaast

Housing Code earnings! from their I Investm "1 am pleated that nun of be a sobering influence: In that and Accra and thence: I rubs of the onanoatioa whet they cannot receive without

nt They feel that they are ConrIPt'tlnlt'1I1Ital'J bases to many millions of Americana across the heart of Africato ta our couuby, we are happy I lilt totfoducei a U percent fierce resentment chat
EDITOR Sun: "The povi. protecting this Invest m e n t was affected. have placed their trust the Sudan and northward to sag some pioneer work I tariff surcharge *" to their ahaUow aay ration-

billy of serious differences in when they oppose the establishment hi aim.N'4 to Cairo Tenets and has been done toward amd- T. try to appease DM/ etherrations bat* optimum, C II II t

opinion\ about housing codrt of hliihrr ken line him Moscow It ta an easier and tog the nit of the individual, 1 Britaia' sent Douglas stand any challenge to Ike
and then enforcement Is fatertd *- standards. They use court action one expect to noire rewarding Journey which may be of aseistanceks .Jay president of the Board view Out crrUtsafjons

by vast differences In to delay enforcement and A click, thai err no mon seek perform nnattauvabit tile impuwibk or to now. the Russian ta tIftrrewnt lit Trade and Patrick Gordon <* l led according to are hewnary won

the environment ta whichIoeople thus keep maxim mm slim that one second In IX I objectives. caue. In tile ataunhiratinai tflloo. Kalker. fore a secretary, to Point Fours we adopt

live. Most families Uv* earnings flowing. lung as yean ha been developed, What/ our people want la a THE PROGRESS since Calvin QiolKtg the I I ministerial' ranferenrt ., what the federal mlajtmumfe

'a decent homes tn decent possible. according U two Riitianwinner I leader ebb white not underestimating then ta aurtiuiit Th raffled president ate effaced turn- I tile asnchltioa- Is act at bow

eighborhoods. They seldom "C mmunltlft should enact of the Nobel Prize Uw magnitude and ghost M the dim sight sell by prakime si the pran Shortly. after tilt raw suet ti.-ne.wt meet the S "many I. l
visit those parts of the community and enforce adequate aid fur phjuJrV.T1 take their Important of world prod streets o* thaw hnwc \shave o{ The White How* I iris Genna. wags In the In.Tnatxwaf I'mon's and

where the obviously I mailers !housing codes Loral ward fur M Cherkln- "Ibe Irma will serve these end disappeared. The pen- ipokmnan. A "K r i m 11ipokesmaa i a I. m dubbed the chuck together repreieaaativrs about die advantages

bad housing", Is to be found. govenmwnU. private bailBesunea. claim would get qu *. without diMta/ of our owe pie are i u '\ and might be equalrj I Sri M ministers a Jay waV! af dmunaUng a a-

Because W their amiliartty and ciUeoa abuuM 'nun*. (UluraiwUa TIMN>M| national iatereAtap I swuibry drtord. They! are rtiectn. and the ...lra. < I w team. clear teats.i' .

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December 7. 1954 Gainxvill; Sun___. S j jI

N THE is vII couiT -0 o-FLOSS.'DA .
5s0l515 JUDICIAL' "CUIt, IN

SON' UK Ml wlta NOTIC' 1LSAHO N. KOt.IN10N .

I I from the Sua wire service Aml Vlralnlt' IH-kklto I
11.._. UnkntwnVotl
the SUN CAIRO Communist sources leaders Increase in Soviet a,. IWrMiy MllflH' ION a MtlHMDm
f. i is tary see bttn Him HI tut tbtvt MyM coon
f .w s say Soviet Union will prov i d i tactical nuclear force In by Owlght a. KMInttn' WK kit vitaIlfrar
Q M. oMn, w, Mr tht MWIKM
r arms and airlift to Congo reb- East Europe as strong argument bv jtmn VkW rranlw% Jr.. "'lntf,
s els; Moscow seen attempt I a Ito for Allied nuclear force. lly OM 5.1005155 Dw1IO0 L It_
GENERAL HOSPITAL Mrs. Mary Coleman and baby Neta Mizelle. Paula S. Miller 4heads 1M hit WIN' Slttntr M. KoMniM tn*
offset Peking's African ef- LEOPOLDVILLE Mercer vtt *r. rtqulrta tt ttna a spy tf
December i 1W4 boy William Rush, Mrs. Lois Homer to 5054
D. White William J. forts. you- 55.15 or 100,51 00e.
's BIRTHS naries seize south bank of Con- why ttl 'MHttMlMliia' Mt M ,.
Seville Lonnie Watson Elsie I Wise Linden J. Sit phenson:s WASHINGTON Communist River in 75 reb- M. 10 Ma .lO,0Y, tor ,;:
u |r and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Anderson, Lester Griffin. Selvine Charlie go Stanleyville; .m. 4 aunwll, ill s. eTrirtt Ofr..t, ,
Cray McConico, and African aid to Congo rebels els surrender In first major capitulation OtlnHvlllt. Pltrldt., ISO Itlt tut ..*...
) SW Archer Rd, a boy; Mr Ann Henderson, Thoma Robertson raises nil, In it* tnitt' w Mi* Citm *. in* cm '
Mrs. Pat A. Warren 3001 j December S, 1964 major policy problems since war began, till Court .. ir bttott Hi* UHI ..y *lOtctmbtr
BIRTHS Beverly Swteord and baby for U. S, which must decide more hostages found tlaln. ... D. IMAMtram
13th Dr., a boy: Mr ant I Coil Not tr a Omt pro Ox*
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kenne--boy Mrs. Kathryn McCasklll how deeply la get Involved MM will .kt tfiltrta ....... yttt.Wltnm .
Samuel Mar tl n, High I Ella Barlar Shirley Smith and WASHINGTON Carlos Ro- my Mn* *n* Mw Mil of Ml*
girl.ADMITTED. dy, Waldo, Fla, a boy; Mr. Today Inhistory cturt M OttMtviiM, ritn. **, ISIS HI*
[ings a and Mrs. Larry Powell, Lake baby boy. drlguci top Cuban Communist .., tl J.Nt a(tmb. CAHWICMAtLCLIHK ,.""A. 0 IH4. ...

Brs. Patricia Wilson, Mrs Butler, a boy; Mr. and Mrs., Dec. 9. INIBIRTHS goes to Soviet Union ap- Oil YOU lAID CIRCUIT
Angel M. Caban 319C parently to try to settle econm-I COURTly .
ba Bryan Mrs James Sow Flavet I, Imlly wittrtwrn*
'a girl Mr. and Mrs. Max I. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Williams Ic differences with Moscow, OtMtyCMHIArrtmtyt ...
[ Mr. Frederick Buchholz I MOSCOW Soviet leadership By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 55.105 a.uv II

Kathryn War ren Simon Bass, LaCrosse, Fla., Box: 74, 905 NE 19th Ter., a boy; In statement calls Today is Monday Dec. 7. the tit I. I. Pitor pttltloMrtOtHHtvlll 5$1l
major ,
fcliardson, Rudolph Walker all a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Hunt, Cross 342nd day of 1964. Then are 24 *. FltrWtDIM .
for (initiation of Commun la tParty's
tl PvUltiHNovtmMr "
[Gainesville Edwards Jr., 1007 SE 2nd Ave., City Fla., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. role to that of political days left In the yearToday's NO,_ 10. was

ADMITTED! a girl. Walter E. Bolton, 1723 SW 13th Blue Key detailed administration highlight In history: Nw m0v51 IX I.M nt4De

dr. A. C. Thompson, Alach-, ADMITTED: St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. PaulE. guidance; On this date In 1941 between nMr I, ,*..

Samuel King LaCrosse; Mr. C. William Chalker AliceI. Cash. 2023 NW 8th St., a boy; Woodrow !Mac Melvin (right), senior law student mental would left to govern 130 and 200 Japanese planes at- (1>73I loss CALL 11 M.Olt Hilt Slot 155

lily Mathis, Belle; Eugene I Roundtree Martha Edwards, !Mr. and Mrs. James R. Cog-I at the University of }Florida took the presidential ROME Italian PresIdent tacked Pearl Harbor. Within Nolle Ii .htnty ,'.011 IMO 054504. 0500
Ailing -- ...
gins, Rt 3, Box 3S3B a boy. gavel of Florida Blue Key men's honor three minutes the N bad will ncilvM kv IM Sttra H Tro00"I
vis, Hawthorne; John Ford Isabel L. Cabin, Clara M. leadership Segnl resigns; a T y ,il AlKhv* Otntrrt NMfXIH win ...
ke William Rho den Wales Arrena A. Paul ary from outgoing president Ron LaFace of Miami power suffered more damage than In r>55. Bmmtw 1 10 1N4 M ISO .tHt. ttUK
City; Holmes ADMITTEDNora struggle expected over succes " *l Alter, 0NMr00Nop11.1.
at the organization's installation all of World War I. American ,..... MlkKirmt
banquet OtMtnllK M
Sharon all of Gainesville Dee I recently.
rke Mrs. M a rtin Farmer !
; ; M. Harris. Virginia Ann I .. to* Uttt, HI kWl .....,.* trill .k*
Sullivan Lanie E. sor.ROME casualties exceeded 4.000; e fthese ... lufITSM
Ala- Mr
|h Springs. Stanley I Nbllcly Minin *M>>
Bolton Mary H. Peck. Mr. G. Pope Paul VI brings 1.117 were killed. 's4,5sI ... 14001105
DISCHARGED chua Wanda Jean Powell Lake
; ,G. Joiner Joanne M. Cogglns reeling from Orient to crowd I vIOl Tilt
Jrs. Sara Webb and baby Butler Fla. Betty Jo Bass La- 'New Er't'Sought On this date: *. Ouwillly Hi MUlr* htl
; Hazel L. Sumner L In .., *""
Kathryn St. Peter's square; calls on In Delaware became the S Vinyl 1 Til* IMII k* *
James Andrews Cecil I Crosse Fla. Margie 1717 lit) .IwO KiKK f X t"l .Muss
: Cooper "
Cash John R. Weeks John faithful to "know and I .... ..
ter respect tint state to ratify the federal il _o tHnl Prttr .. IKC.I
Mrs. Agnes Boyd Mrs.:Shamroch Fla.; Helen P. ,Taylor all of Gainesville; Daniel At love the others." constitution. Mnrtr TM C. 000A tl Anxrl.en .
ude Skadron Jaython Clio Kennedy Waldo, Fla.: Mary atidytif TIM ma DotttrCtrr.Mnl
Harrison Alachua Hazel .wl.C .
Ray ; tr *
In 1142 the New
Ollie Plnkston Jason Cole-J. Fisher Alachua Fla. TIM Hull M In MKiranur led
P. Hunt, Cross City; Joyce Calif. U. British Guiana votes today on harmonic Society gave Its first M mwlt* .ky Hi* cwnir.ITIW .
Mrs Sue Mackey and DISCHARGEDFlorence Barber Maude Pen f r o, High I t Vinyl AiWiM
whether to retain leftist Pre concert A. OuMllty Mil' .*.*.. fM*
}>y girl, Mrs. Stella Roberts, Ellis. Ethel Beau- :Springs; Harry V McC I e 1 Ian, BERKELEY. Calif. (AP) mier Cheddl Japan; combined In 1918. David Lloyd George 1 Vinyl AlbMtM Hit' ...." M *rHIMH
Martha Mrs. |11.1 Inert ttiicft r" 0 wr
s. McKeachie champ Sally Hutcherson RuthJ. I Chlpley, Fla.; Fetcher F Wor- Morning classes were recessed opposition given slight/ edge. became British prime minister product tt Kmlll ...., UlnrmltC
etta Benton Mrs. Odean Llndsey Lula Poole Mary J ley Jr., Hawthorne; Bennie Cowww, 0 0,050100 .w5.
it the University of California SAIGON Government In 1941. Canada and Australia .
TIM III Mttm tnO' Ms
gins and baby boy, Mrs\ ,-I. Davis, Sonia Livings Emma 1 Osteen, High Springs. today so students and faculty claims major victory 140 miles declared war on Japan. ir M =: ky iht *wnr.TlVt .
Downing Mrs Francesch I SIM
ura \1. Bates Nolia Bryan Eleanor
DISCHARGED could hear a plan of department southwest of Saigon; US rebels In 1944 Washington announced II A. OuMillly INI Mnttr fill
Mrs. Katherine Thomas, downing and baby girl M r ITS C. knlllMl, .... tntH. kt rl.ll,
six of the
chairmen for "new that ail Japanese
era of 4 It hmtni I.10110 *r Ro
Mrs. Betty L. Holland MaryE. 'n': HIM Pmfecti Inei __ .:
freedom under law" aircraft carriers which
the -US.
on Ambtma- I Tilt CvptrtllM of Amnkll Ooo*.
I!. Anderson, Jimmie C. Jones
Frederic campus, in turmoil over student I dor Maxwell Taylor returns attacked at Pearl Harbor In 5,tr Till Mt* Rubktr C..npmy. |
Mr. Hardy Harry I 0.11d .1.
IS Strawser Marshall Carlton Joy political-action demands. I from Washington with offer of 1941 had been" ._sunk.:.. __ __ I C. CtWr ...... kt M Hiittt ly Mi*

Register Elba Bryan, William Ahead of that was scheduledthe unspecified "greater asuUlanct" MOf1ta 05 11Cmioua INTI..tlOIi' sAMe TOaa010Tae .IwnN.TM ...*.mtnti Mi* r..M I* ..,*

Rhoden. mass arraignment of IM : meet Premier Huong PWMMMl M IKIIM M N. 110, I IItttulM. I" I nltrnillitwt .. tny. kl.. tn* tt rtltclmy '....
Hurt MO.0doewd. tr til kMb Hitl M INY l t>
1tl demonstrators arrested In the today. Mtlca Prmk! M'M'lN f. OiterM vM CrttyHvlr I';.III Ml M tir ISO Mil .kltWMl It Hi*

POLICE. FIRE REPORT breakup of a sit.In at the unlvw- PARIS P'r'nrh' Premier de L. ONOO : d.M '.5M _u1MN, I C INrm ;.uflty" or 41110.1MAnls '0.-..... eh.I""...
or .n' "
Accident Roundup DOWNEY ilty'i administration building iaulle reported to !... ". 0015...., 110". Avt. Atinnvliw Ai'. Sold. tl ,..-
urTown < .,
last ..... Ctuflly, '..01... ..,...... to wIN l 4 31011 II .0_! _
( Involved In accidents ,early Thursday Of these, cohere Bonn Paris treaty of u,4 tklllldUi. KM*! WMMr IK* ,..,5100' >Nelli*- Ii H.f.l. * Mitt vnttr Intra
UF Selects 190 are students 19 are teaching'cooperation If West Germ ., .h. .,....'. ......... I" ., tt Cnipltr II tocllHl. II tl
R by the Gainesville Police Department '( a ny 011" aI 0..111.. 10"00. MI,. WI, /I. nut tl Hit COO tl OtlMMvlHt' Kftt. ,
I assistant and others connected t agrees to Join Allied nuclear dw N N..__". A O. Iwo I Mlt MlM/ >.ln< tlllIMM WlkW: Will
: and the Alachua County 5. ,. 0.Ss.w. M .100.4 tor to'.. .... .5d N 154 15541' .
: Sheriff's Office during the Engineering Kith the university and 113 have,:,I force; De Gaulle will not accept lofty L. 0.000 .tt IIHH. ft. ...... It II N MM t"tlKH
10 connection with the tinlmil- : British modification L.." 1310" II'to'HOYlCIOi..T..tlON.", u n ., > *ty tl Dtrtmltr. A0, ..... M
past 4t hours were: ands- to'eieInnse ,.. City' PMttt OtMrMwnt. Nl trtfHl.
Note: Our Tows, smoked or eaten for a few i I I' Warren Crist 1423 NE i Dcpt. Head Iy. I lis prepared to let NATO become -| ,1CTlT/005 seMi 5.5.54. air.G4 .vIIN. PkVHM.iniciaii .

by Jean Car- hours prior.Following. I Phillip Regardless of these events,!I a paper treaty, ,,. N i O....MIN, IoM. 55, ,M. I. 0...'.. BvMII ...1.1, M .tnHIto.
IEdltor'l contributed by the |6th Ter. and Herbert Hayes Appointment of Dr. Paul M' student leaders of the move for] PARIS Key NATO mill-/,(. .=. 5rewilel II 'V".'=..,MN'. ....; .,1505'1, I. r-. 0Mt..",. Mrlit M.

beginning today the Interview, Ifi|119 N. Main St.. at 11:43 p.m. Downey to the head of the Industrial Increased freedom to recruit II.but//15....= .I M.N nnll OaNw.vll/1.,.m. aeun..rA 15: ; 51. tOt I. .,"'" J. C. IIIH''.... mill ...

there Isn't a waiting line and Sunday. Engineering Department volunteers and solicit funds lose ., .:,., .115110N1.. .
.) anywhere = : 4 awl KmillM <*rll IIUSM
the health I I SE 2nd (0(. t=: = 0t11M N *:
. provided you pass Marvin Stewart 1137 at the University of Fior- on campus for of( 9' requirements the nurse will Ave and hit-and-run driver, at ATCLARKE'S 'INl N Itw Ktnttli |l.
Ida has been announced
By BILL .\R; by pus politico-social causes announced I :: l Olte/ IHIlMl, Mrll II. I- M1I7
I OaNs ti otiMmiiit "/** NIK u :
Taking off on my first Sun conduct you Into the donation:,,1:5S: p.m. at 100 E. University Dean Thomas L Martin of the' they would set up picket 4., N Nww0.r, A. 0 I IH4.f ,i W.*. .I.. (atVt tyt. ,, VM.",.r...,.,MrlH Mritl M.M.MOIMM'''JO. -

'column this week I thought It room. Ave.Madalyn College of Engineering. lines today in an attempt to sass) IliJii ANKllN One,f I*OI10HN 11 :W. t. .... ... Nultr, Mrlll ... |WI. "
; M. Squires, UJ SE Recommend This ..!. -.- it. ,10. ay I, tchwlMd, MriH n* Mt4ll -
Ight be a good idea to ac- Shell ask you to climb up Downey replaces Dr Robert force a shutdown of the unlver 'IN TMI COUT" Of TMI COUNTTJUOOI -
I of I 22nd Ave. and Clayton C. Gil- laity Famous Nylon ALACHUA COUNTY KOO.IOAIN ..10. II Sir1 M MIX*. Mflll M *HU mi
the level !
on one high .
aint readers with my expert- contour J. Wlmmert who left the post, '.o0.ATso ..i*. II 01,15 CWMT. M MrlH OwtbW I
ce In banking. But not the type couches. Once comfortable I UI, Aubumdale at 1:13: SundayatSWl3thStend6thAve. to accept a position at the University Th peace proposal wan All-weather .1. AtPMIUI Dll, IITATS MOMS" 0* 'VAN"Doe N1.MfUN 11 ktf'I. I: f., a. *. n. Mrl,.. n*
of banking involving mereh. It's time for a blood I, Gil. of South Florida.I worked out In four day of con- withTUFSYNJ.T ..... N to. 14 lty% i. C IIIH...... Mrl*) M.NI .
careless TM Ail rtaiitra, tn< ftritnt MtvlrCI ..Ml.
cited drIving.
: In that area my experi-I I sample this to get your blood Us for Downey has been with the ferences by the university's Nylon tOld 0'..> this lirgrtattr .MU or OtifitMt AitiMI Mia. S. lOToncvaei __

ee Is limited to trying to type). The blood Is taken by Francis Ferguson S29 SW tth versity of Florida since 1953.His Unl-I I Council of Department Chairmen tlrtngfh than oriitrtconamylin taw iVW wta ..rt tf trt ktftty. 0.10 N w, I. nif OwiH iNitrtvti. M.TMtltl .

p enough money In my ac-I. quick pin prick In the finger St, and Jackson Elbert Morri fields of Interest are rub- consisting of 73 chairmenand fleet And Tultynil Ht4 l.4 rtwlrta It VM frtitnl my cltMMMX 1,UTOMOaiLSIl ".
I 13th at Hit toughctt rubbtr GoorJyaar hk" tilhtr I. I N ........ 10 .... .
NW Place IwiitiMt Of tl 15 Ull fWIlM
:3151 rtu
(painless I add son
might )
unt to ward off creditors: ber aid rubber chemicals, engineering 12 deans hat .vtr mad In auto lira*. v0., Mly "... ......, M. ..,... ot n.nn* :
However I have ventured sev-I Next, the nurse dabs antiseptic -J28: p.m. Saturday at NW 12th economics, statistical j It has the council unanimous ,A'en-.01 C.wwy_... to Sow...,,C.YMn_.,_. 0I.N Nalaoo N1.t I IM* ftrl | *.. ....*.... 10 M.UlAOIMfll t

al times Into another variety| on your arm and then ,St. and 3rd Ave. 'quality control, production control approval and the concurrence of 'Ier" N SI. 0010.M ..'b I, it* rirwMMi' I .r .....*. "mtitcn '
SW St ISO ctvrl MUM MM Ctonrv : ftl-n "
24t11 M Jt.
1 l *
f banking. It's blood banking comes the Insertion of the big Ann Waters and operations research. University President Clark OtlMi.Ul*. ,...,., wlltim lit tlkHCIIIM .. IIH tuna t f *..*..> 10 ...
'parked, Josephine Colson, same II _.... (0.m 5,14 1oM ot 5'.. 0,5 "ion *
needle Into 550
If | vein. And It Is S.
mean. you've never open- your He has filed numerous U.
and Rob- Kerr, the council said In a press tl Mi unit. IM .lilm"n. q5. t. KM lrltlM. a OP MMH 10 Ir.. -
your own blood account|la formidable needle.] You may,address also parked, and! foreign patents in such statement which no hint of A10M MAN. M lit 0105., 154 1041, AtXHMIIt
gave .
.. .. ...
ert Campbell Slaughter Tree l l Hit *KI tl MlMHK Ml* 514 rel1M0Isd 4 tr tutu 10 *
oure missing eut on an In- think she has the needle used fields as rubber derivatives i Its contents. UK. Mrm *l wet lltlmtnt, wi* Itiill IMMIMt
'ettment that can be just as I for elephants but its appearance ton, at 11:22: p.m. Saturday. W. rubber chemicals' and ethylene I IM. ews N M .M .,_, "". _. N t. ItU ....* d tt ..*.... 10 r..
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aluable as money in the Is deceiving. With easy University Ave. and 22nd St 'oxide addition products j I ," the council said, "are RMn* Ml M SIN Mill M yMIII II.. I Itll 'f* 4 *r tM Mrltl M.UKaitun .

an*. I I skill the nurse will slip It Into John Louie Coker. Uti NW Dr. Downey, 49, wit born Inll i,extremely optimistic that It will J i MmMirrmr Htrry, L. Svmi tl IM lint *f ">. *. itit' ra t tr **.... MHI .*.

Most of my blood banking I ,'your vein and believe me, Itdoesn't 32nd Ter., parked NW and 13th James St Nashua N. H, Is married and I unite the great body of the untirerslty A...,0.M.-.11'.. ot N ISO L... WIN NsT I N,i.A4r l..IFIIJJ,.n Crmr.M I Or Mn, IOn
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as done In Bradenton, where, hurt a bit Well maybe Thomas has one child. i l< strengthen faculty-stu A'_ h w0 5N1owd *. VCUA"I4"Iwillitm
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I worked as a bureau report-!Just a bit. But the pain Is 9:32 pm. Saturday _. _. 0 ---_ _. II dent relations and Inaugurate a OKtrriMr f. III del II, IN*. tt PtiictMl
''very slight and disappears almost -!St. and 3rd Ave. (,HI II M, IK, UH Il *. ISIS II, IMII .
rr for the St. Petersburg villa police with driving while James Frank McNair, Kit
jTimw. During my two year Immediately | intoxicated. was to be read at a convocation

ray. there, I compiled a fairly You'll be asked to squeeze I NE 6th Place and James Em- In the university's Greek
Barron Ernest Hall, Rt. 1 Box lit :|
si/able account. You might a sponge covered bar while;ory Keystone Theater which seats some U'
I'at 4:21 .m. Saturday nelghll'l Newberry, was arrested at 71| ..It .,KaTYI.
container a which versity Ave. and llth St a m. Saturday on University | S895 -.......
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Once I even wrote a feature! process Diane E. Wright 363 D. Ave by Alachua County then I:Berkeley campus T-III

tory about how. it feels to lie,I lakes about five minutes. You'llprobably vet II, and Virginia C to J1a.1 Irf'. deputies and charged with:17400. Lit Beneficial putCAStoday
to the table while l l marvel at the decid- Kerr and Prof. Robert A
while intoxicated.
edly purple color blood Howe, 5402 NW Ith Ave, at : driving I( of the
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life's blood slowly Schalapino. ,
your into a plastic container.seeps Buts,takes once outside your body.I:p.m. Saturday, Fields shopping : Fire Cans :i Political Science Department. MO95 il

pro-I After the pint Is out the 'center parklnllot. 'rill speak at the convocation
it's not painful
really a Trw
Henry Wunderlish. 3331 NW At 1:14: am today, flooded
endure and I believe more nurse will come In, remove and present the proposal togelhn -
,would blood if they I!Die needle and press a cotton'Ztth Ave. and Mrs. Nancy Mar. heater and no damage, 3315 NW; lN.l..
people give WOi.aM1.M
Miami at 10 41 Sat. 10th St. Occupied by LInda DuBose. -'
ceua :
weren't scared half to death of ball on the "wound. S 1It' p.m. A university spokesman said S1295

that needle. you to hold It there for a urday W. University Ave. and |'II,t>r. Kerr's dwlslon to speak .......... ... oat to ...|oy th. holMiy M pit till you want now for tlwainc. -

Here's the whole process few minutes I 13th St. Katy Thomas 303 NW At 234 a.m. today, m fire on came after' a meeting with Gov. ,.- far ...,*>f ant for any goo* ,.._ Ju l phone' lancflclal

Read for yourself how easy ill' Meanwhile, you'll be treated ,Kill Ave., a passenger In the I arrival and no damage, 111 NE Edmund 0. Brown some university wWa. tic money ta eddy tn4 walling, -an1 fin* out what

is to donate a pint of blood:I'to your choice of a Coke or Wunderllsh car, was treated and I Jib St., occupied by.J. M. 1I.n1 1 regents and faculty Wild Written RMalHasere1 r..' /hoiMiy Mrvke 'tot Why not call lanaflclal for your te.h
I released at Alachua General Guar.nt.e M.jr' Toe mutton famltlaa' to aoch year
owned Sid Robertson
I dy, by
First you go down to A lach- orange Juice I'm not positive, |II'nembrrs at a hotel near San

ua General Hospital. Walk in but I think this helps get your HospitaL At 7:M p.m. Sunday, cigarette ]Francisco International Airport NO MONEY DOWN BENEFICIALItU

the front door and go up to blood producing cells runnl n gIN Roger t Straub, 1223 SW 2nd I lire In bedroom of 7(2 NW 12th Sunday,

the Information desk. Ask| top speed ,Ave, and Jemmy Goldstein, rer, out on arrival with minor FREE MOUNTINGCLARKE'S FINANCE SYSTIM ((9Hlaan

where the blood bank Is And that's all there Is to k.)j,Box 8427 Murphree University 14 damage occupied by ABle M -- -
Ie $ 00 Furniture, Ca1.1 Hole
Once you arrive there, the You'II receive a card listing;jf Florida riding a bicycle 1:10: I Cromwell[ owned by Beanley "I The Audubon Society op'rates us ex

nurses In charge will be glad your blood type and noting l .I p m. Saturday at SW 12th 51.I I Williams. |It: four year-ruund educa-: Iee 6el.t *lnie C.. ef Ceinaivllle

to fix up with an immediate 1 your account. And you'll have ,and 2nd Ave In University o( Florida area ''tat unal and dtnvnutraUufl e e n- 301 N. MAIN ST. (Opp. Masonic Home)CAINCSVILIC This Is a must.I blood In the bank, which with DWI lit: a.m. Sunday vicinity of i era In California Ohio and Con Shell Tire Service' phone V7 ? a Asa far Tie Vtl MANaron
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If you've had certain diseases today's replacement price of Woodrow CroweD Djion, 44 I[iris dorm near foe IW 13th i'

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\1/ News of Special InterestTo Bride-to-be Honored

the Colored Community .r

News Items for this page should be directed to Ben P. ChlMa, Colored News

editor, by mail at 528 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 5753.. Do not send
., Items directly to the Sun office. e TODVY, December 7 Betty Pound bride to be

4 Pmrtf rrnigmm a*.. ....11 HH.. WIll Met*.* M ft* S. Luncheon feting Miss Betty of Al Alsobrook 12:30: p.m.,
1' I Pound, bride elect of AI I II Mrs. John Malnes and Mrs.
MEETING SET NEWS [Davis pastor; Mrs. Middleton,. principal reporter. I Alsobrook 12:30: p.m. Mrs. 0. W, G. Boltln Gainesville(
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reporter N. Harper and Mrs. W. C. O' Golf and Country Club.

The S. Marten Weeks Club I PERSONALS Neal at the Harper home 529 THURSDAY, December K
LN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. K. D. Child recently returned Dinner Miss ;
of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist ,t.x NW 22nd Street.
Church will hold its meeting at loving memory our dear to Gainesville after a R Betty Pound and her lance,

'$ the home of Mrs Ruby Morri) son and brother. Curtis E. several weeks' visit at Washington TUESDAY, December I AI Alsobrook, 6:30 p.m., Mr.

: son, today at 8 p,m. Davis, who departed this life D.C., as guest of her Bridal shower feting Miss and Mrs. Percy Beard and

\ Dec. 7, 1963. Mrs. Leola Davis brother and sister in law Mary Ruth Hazcn, fiancee of their son, David Beard 802

':{I')' TO PRESENT PLAY and family.PARENTS'. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McLilly Ted Raymond Brown 8 p. NW 22nd Street.

Miss Mary Hunter and Miss m., Mrs. Jerry Swearlngen! FRIDAY, December 11

The Academic School children CONFERENCESET Hattie Wallace both of Sanford \ and Mrs. Earl Petty at the Shower honoring Miss Kay

,"lot the Sunland Training Center were visiting! here yester % A former's home, 92S NW 40th Nelson bride elect of Ron

i]would be delighted to have you There will be a Parent.Teach- day.Mr l 4E1 Y Drive. aid Wiggins! 8 p.m., M r a.

I witness their presentation en er Conference at Lincoln High and Mrs. Albert Williamsand Shower honoring Miss Caroline Thelma Larche and Mrs D.

titled Let Us Adore Him" a School today at S p.m. son, Jim. all of New York, B. Beasley at the Bessley
Steckert fiancee of
j '., Christmas play enacting theM I This Is a regular P. reD .- N.Y., arrived here yesterday as John E. Hudson Jr., 8 home, 704 NE Third Avenue.
birth of Christ which will be I Il' Teacher Association meeting. guests of Mrs. Williams' rela p.m.
[ December U
Mrs. : Bartlett and SATURDAY
given in the main auditorium of but report cards will be givento tives for a fortnight.Mrs. George
i her daughter Mrs E. J. Luncheon coraplimen 11 n g
? ""e center today at 7:30: p,m. the parents. Mae Alice Williams attended k 1
Pound bride-elect
Jr. 2810 SW Third Miss
Whitley Betty
The, parents will have an opportunity [ the Orange Blossom j
Place, Golfvlew.WCDNESDVY of AI Alsobrook 12:30: p,m,,
AILING AT HOME to confer with the Classic at Miami on last Satur-
Mrs. Earl Powers, Mrs.
: I teachers on the progress of Miss Betty found bride-elect of Al ANobrook Is shown December 8
4 The following are still day.Miss pinning- corpse on win W Peck and her daughter
their persons homes Tom their children.All I Mary Barber of Tampa, her hostess, Mrs. Harry C Duncan, ,who entertained with a tea for the bride- Luncheon complimenting 1 Mrs. Terrell C Davidson -
,.< ailing and Mrs. E te 11 l parents are urged to be passed through Gainesville yesterday to be early last week. The tea, gl\en at the Duncan home was the first of Miss Caroline Steckert bride- Gainesville Golf and
;.Malhais I eKnowles. present J. C Rawls assistant en route to Jacksonville
;. ; I B number of pre-nuptlal courtesies complimenting; Mlm Pound The Poimd-AN elect of John E. Hudson Jr., Country Club.Mlscl'naneous,

,, TT, nohrnnk wedding will be solemnized December 29 at the Holy Trinity Eplico- 1 p.m., Mrs. William F. shower honoring

ORGAms pal Church. Mushier and Mrs. Roy N. Miss Julie C h eyes,

\The Hawthorne Home Demonstration Calendar Of Events I Pre wedding parties fetIng Graham Miss Janice Jor- Jr, parents of the bride-to. Green Country Gainesville:Club.I.uncheon Golf and bride elect of William Babcock -

I' Club recently met Miss Betty Pound bride. don, Miss Linda (Gertner be; Mr and Mrs. Harry C. honoring Miss 1 8 p.m., Mrs. W. D, Reynolds
and completed election of officers elect of AI Alsobrook this Miss Sandy Taylor Miss Car. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Grier and her daughter,
TODAY, December 7 Day Dinner, Chapter House, Miss i Ann Reynolds, 17K NW
for the 1964-65 year as weekend Included a luncheon otyn Johnson. Miss Gail Mo Kirkpatrlck, Mr. and M n.

: follows: President, Mrs. B. I Wives and women faculty 819 Panhellenic or Drive.Florida Law given Saturday by Mrs. Ben Caleb Miss Terry Davock William G. McCrea Mr. and Dean Mase 1:11)1 Read.At .
Brown; vice president, Mrs. A. 1TF College of Health Related 0. Franklin who entertainedat and Miss Nancy Calhoun. Mrs. James Fclber, Mr. and
Dames 8 Mrs. Frank
Gibbs secretary Miss L. Williams p.m. her home Dinner Honors
; Couple Mrs. Robert V.
Professions Chrlstm a s .
Maloney, 1823 NW Tenth Avenue Will
I ; assistant secretary Mrs Coffee, ( p.m., Mrs. Darrel J. An all white bridal arrangement Mr. and Mrs. 1., Culvert Miss Jan Jordon Miss Dot

.True); and treasurer Mrs. Rosa Mase, hostess. Dr. Mane, Anna Miller Circle Christ of camellias glad- Pepper, and Mrs. Sam Butt tie Weldemeyer, Miss Nancy

: Sheppard. Dean of the college 'U. s t mas Party I pm, Elks loll and chrysanthemums was entertained with a dinner Calhoun, Miss Kathy ('row. UF GroupWives @hw Ir'
:3 Interested persons In the community speaker. used to center the luncheon complimenting Miss Pound Miss Ashtnn Bnrfield Ml sGr.ce
', who would like 'to be. Lodge. and Mr. Alsobrook Friday and women staff
Women of the Moose I Gainesville Antomologlcal Dodge Miss Jeannie 'The Christmas
affiliated with the club members of the UF Colic g e
at the GainesvilleGolf
come evening
pm. Moose Lodge. Club Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria In keeping with the Christ Grand, Frederick' Neal Rev
of Health Related Professionswill
should contact the president or Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Capt Laurence Johnston mas season Mrs. Frankl I n and Country Club.In J. Gary Waller. James Lang Shop'
hold Christmas Coffee
to the next meeting the small a
come Club Christmas party 7 receptionroom William B.
p.m. presented the bride to be Conner Rusty Ingle -
,; guest speaker. Monday from 8 to 10 a m at
which will be held at Mrs. Al- of the club, an
Mrs. Russell L. Danburg, 212 League of Women Voters with a gift of a Madonna. arrange- James Greene and David
the home of Mrs. Parrel 1 J.
thea Gibbs' home Dec. 11 ment of yellow roses and
SW 43rd Terrace
( p.m., Mrs. L. J. Bennlnger Corsages were also presentedto
\ Christmas decorations and gift bronze chrysanthemums Mass 1089 SW 11th Terrace.
Great Books Discussion 1022 NE 20th Avenue Unit Miss Pound and her mother graced The hosts presented an antique I

wrappings will be demonstrated Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville I meeting. Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr. the console. brass trivet to the banored Guest speaker for the eve 6 a At ,
Mrs. Yellow and
by the agent, roses sliver
Robinson. Public Library. : Mer r yssrppers Square Invited guests Included the candelabra holding couple [ clog will be Dr. Darrel J.blase r
TUESDAY December I : Dance Ctr I pm, Gainesville honoree her mother Mrs. J. colored tapers graced the U- This evening, Mr, and Mrs. Dean of the College of

AuCHUA NEWS Alpha Omicron Pi Alumnae Recreation Center. N. Anderson Jr., Mrs Harry shaped dinner table where J. N. Anderson Jr. will givea Health Related Professions,

., PTA Meeting Set Club, 1:30: p.m., Founders' I University! City Lions Club, C. Duncan Mrs Ernest Bell, places were marked for the dinner complimenting the one of the four colleges within

"'.;f\The Parent Teacher Association Christmas Dinner, Primrose Mrs. John Watt Kirkpatrick, following guests: affianced couple at t b. Center the J. Hillls Miller Health

| of A. L Mebane School will Walnut Room 7 p.m. Mrs. Douglas Davis Mrs. The honored couple, Mr. Gainesville Golf and Country

f hold its meeting at the school ShowerGiven Girl Scout WECO Neighborhood James Felber Miss lie!e n and Mrs. C. Addison Pound Club. Invited guests Include Mrs

J Si today at 8 p.m.fpLThe Meeting, '30 a.m.. Girl -.----- -- -- J. Wayne Belts, Mrs. J. R.IVuter .
Scout Office 810 NW Eighth .
parents and other Inter- president University ,

''Bested friends are asked to be Street.. Christmas Women's Club; Mrs. R. Dean t /

present.. WEDNESDAY, December I Holiday Tour CodJIngton, chairman of University May your

Newcomers Bridge, University Newcomers, and wives 'r frienJjhlps; be many d

NOTICE Miss Frances Gail Ander.son Women's Club 8pm. of the students In the col. l'I nJ mailbox j
The choral group of Lodge No. bride elect of William Clubhouse West Newber r 1 !1-gi. your
Ill will meet tomorrow Dec. 8, I Road. of
Samuel honored Arranged Garden ClubBy
Ivey was By Arrangements! for the if- /1111 OW1fU
rehearsal at
at 8 for Gainesville
p.m. with a miscellaneous .shower Chapter Daughters fist are being made by Mrs
; home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie recently at the home of Mrs. I of the American Revolution s+t0.
L. D. Cohen chairman of the :
, of 704 S.W. 5th Terrace. First SHIRLEY IULE The charm of dark wood Third
Curtis Ralph Newsome Hostesses p.m., PresbyterIan Street will be dworsted and bins Richard K.
members are urged to be for the affair were Church. Gainesville Garden Club beams, paneling and polished by Dn>Uly Circle. "The group MA! (.ee, I !

.fis Mrs. Newsome and Mrs. League of Women Voters will open three homes-and a wood floors will set t he Chapel at tliruitmas"; hi their 1

,. Charles Donald Beatty.: t:M ..m.. Mra.-F. Blair I chapel decorated for Christmas scene for heir theme "An theme. Mrs Newton Kbaugh I Il

AWAY The Anderson Ivey nuptials Reeves, 312 NW 32nd Street. on Saturday December Old English Christmas". A Is chairman of the/ committeeto l

i '.|call- will take place December P. E. 0 Chapter AF, 10 12,and Sunday December 13. gaslight torch will mark the decorate the chapel. Wrap halved1/ chicken/ livers CIJ1USTMA5U

k' 23 at St. Patrick's ..m., Mrs Joe Jenkins Jr, Hours for the annual Holiday entrance fresh greenery will Tickets for the Christmas.with baron and broil; serve t
, because of business. She Tour from 2 until t each be used the with acalloped tomatoes green
[terday Church. Mrs. D. H Yawn, 1927 NW are on winding staircase Holiday Tour will be Id |0
o .peas and sweet potatoes (candied I.
\vlll be for several and -
away days. Eighth Avenue. throughout the )
The bride elect and her day.Garden at the three homes Adult tickets or bakrd for a delightful
Frank Junior Welfare League Club circlet decorating rooms, where the traditionalred !
mother Mrs N. Anderson are II and student Uc- I luncheon main 6.. .
GAINESVILLE CLUB were presented corsages Board Meeting. 10 a m., Mrs. the homes and chapel and green colors will be keta are fifty cents each. -... .. course.- .

COUNCIL, of white rosebuds. A Earl Scarborough this year are Gardenia, Daisy used.Mrs.

1 Tuesday, Dec. 22, 3 p.m. has gift of silver In her pattern Chapter AP P.E.0., Luncheon Hibiscus and Daylily Fred B. Arnold I Is

" been set for the Children's Mrs W. T. Sandefur Gardenia chairman of the decorating
and a family heirloom of crystal Circle's theme
.(Christmas Party. Each club Is 1418 NW 16th Terrace. committee
was given Miss Andersonby will be "An Oriental ('hrlslmas" -
asked to donate $10 to the Club the hostesses. University City Bridge Club, at the home of Mr*. The Nativity" will\ be featured

Council for this worth while White carnations and noses 7:30: p.m., University of FlorIda D. A. Davies, 221 N W throughout the home of .1

eject. Please make your and pale blue candles Faculty Club, West New. Fourth Place. of Mr. and Mrs. Flake Parker .j ,

heck payable to Club Council adorned the serving table berry RoadGainesville. The magic of Christmas In TIS NE!: Seventh Avenue, tfcujtaq"HALO

,*and send It to 2212 N E. 8th Ave. laid with a pale blue cloth. I Woman's Club, the Far East will unfurl as which U to be decorated by .
nue, L. V. Davis president, on Invited the Book Review by Vlrs R. Eu Hibiscus Circle. Mn H N.
guest I were approach the/ house and
'or before Dec. 10 her her gene Rutland, 2 pm., Clubhouse you Miller chairman of this
bride-to-be mother see Santa In a rickshaw! with
._ )J The Council salutes Miss Rose West University: Avenue committee.At .
paternal grandmother Mrs. coolie At the entrance
[Mae Dennard for her excellent a the front door there will EpI'
Elsie M Anderson Mrs. An- there will be .
f representation at "The Miss Don Cosmos Club, 10 s.m", Sew a high styled be 8 modernistic Madonna A of HEAT"Automatic
gus Merrill. Mrs. C. Mason Oriental Mask Featured will
i 20th Century Talent and Beauty Mrs ing and Covered Dish Luncheon life sized creche will b.
Jr., Russell Cowlts be a number of Oriental
l-,Contest. noon, Mrs. Susie Cren- placed In the living room, .1
Mrs. Woodrow
Shaw Mrs.
Christmas trees of which : Dryers
I r Two new clubs have organis shaw, 707 NW 24th Avenue. one and the Nativity scene will UMP
William Reynolds, Mrs. Charles Is a Sapphire Velvet tree '
ed: Petite Madamoiselle and University of Florida Pharmacy be repeated In all of I the
E. Mrs.
Clayton George with padded silken figures
Dames ., Mrs rooms
Campiliers Steele Mrs Byron Winn III, 8pm and'nts.Mn. .
Each club Is asked to sponsora Werner Lauter 724 SW 21st lima Chapel of the First
child at the Bella Nursery. Mrs. Joseph E. Cox Mrs. Avenue. Charles A. Black Is Presbyterian Church 1 1/18< SW
Curtis E. Newsome Mrs chairman of the committee '-
We urge a $25 annual donation University of Florida MHi-ical ; -
Douglas Scales Mn. Fay*
to Bell's Nursery! for the sponsorship Dames, I pm., Mrs Thomas to decorate Mrs. Da v bee
Welsh Mrs. Don C. Mason (
of a child. This Is a muston Hartley 2123 NW Third ., home. I A
Sr. Mrs. J. Wesley Carlton
annual for Place Daisy Circle will\ decoratethe Give
your program Mrs W. S, Franks Mrs Sanford tnlrslbe y SALL1
I I home of M and Mrs
196441. Please let us hear from University of Florida ;
( W Coin, Mrs G. M. John R Harrison 727 SW 27th your men
It does not 'owe Administration Dames
you Immediately. I dtJ
Turner, Mrs. Luther G. McDowell
be all at I Mrs. William Fox 17W Street.
have to paid one time p.m. the gift
Mrs. Walter W. Kyle.Mrs ,
installment is SW Eighth Drive.CnlYerllt1 .
payment accept.
Schenck Mrs.Virginia .
Larry they would
of Florida Arts
",. q
ed.Children Skinner. w. C. Smith
Christmas Party and Sciences Dames, I p m., ComplimentaryAS o
Miss Mary Hazen probably
Committee chairmen: Dr. and Mrs John Bolten

Refreshments Mrs Nellie Miss Miss Marcia Nancy Mane Dee Williams Miss I 1917 NW 12th Road. EVER AVOID HOLIDAY choose for

Grant; recreation, Mrs. Dorothy
Jeanne Grand, Miss Muff tMerritt -
Griffins; transportation T. J. themselvesthe -
Miss Johnnie Bloomer I
Mrs. Elzo- Let Us KnowIf
Harper; purchasing
Miss Jane Guy Miss Judy
Gill decoration (Santa ae .
ro ; -
Brill Miss Linda Chamberlin Ms.v hoi, I
day tt
any wee
Clans). Mrs. Gladys D. Alexander you are planning a holiday
Janet l Mis Sharon .
Miss Ernst > beds .f siestas ]roe f '
; food preparation E u gene party or expecting out .
Campbell Miss Carolyn here **4 ttwaugh ere 'ftty1
Brown and Eddie Cunningham of town guests for the Yuletide
Whitehead Miss Sally Moore, !Season, please keep the ,inland ere M
Miss Suzanne McRac, Miss I 1,.. extra Ot 102
Sun Send the Information
nilRCH: ANNOUNCEMENTS:: i "posted us I
Mt Olive Primitive Baptist- Carol Cox MisJ Lynn New.some by mail or call tNWOIIWII' Mot'. the min tong M pleasure
Mill Bonnie Glob,. '
Sunday School, I::30 a m.: morn Department 8-1411 t_

ing worship, Ham.; and evening Miss Sonny Hamilton sad between I a.m. and 4 p m. ,.."'If .l nd lotto* (enItwy A that comet 94995N.
Linda Hart
worship 0:30: p m. Rev. H i,-Mina--- I be. c'-4.' w.oe.d. "....d

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B 8 Gflinetville Sun Monday December" 7, 1964

Spotlighting Men Due fo Hear

the Area UNION, MARION, CLAY, AND PUTNAM COUNTIES YankeetownDamage Tiger

] At Cotton Meet
I ODtsuillt Stat Northcentral Florida News

suit filed Tizzy
J Tea Gilchrist and Levy County $73,000 damage
men attended the annual national by a Yankeetown couple
meeting of the Cot Ion against Levy Coiuity Sheriff J.
Southern Farm 5-Day Week Producers W. (Jim) Turner and Deputy
Association In
last week Sam Cason, was to be heard In
representing all
For Forest U. S. District Court in Galne
I the members of the local Farm
ers Mutual Exchange CPA Coop GUChrjSII'COllnly. ville today. I Basketball season here at and white uniforms, they were
Market Summary Work EyedLAKELAND Stores in Trenton and Chlef- Judge G. Harrold Carswe, T. H. S. started off with a bangas the personification of Tiger
land. Robert Richards, manager of> Tallahassee, will hear the the mighty Tigers downed spirit as they led the fans In

A I I of the Trenton Coop was case in which Elmer and Gayle the Bronson Eagles 4231. Senior loud, spirited cheers.
proposed '
ATLANTA Southeastern I Slaughter cows, grading Utility work week host for the trip. Attending the Finley, of Yankeetown, ask Holton Browning accounted for
five-day for ire.
hog prices were steady to higher ranged from $10.50 to $12 convention with him were damages for alleged depriv 21 of Trenton's points. The Tl- The T. H. S. Junior class presented -
fighting of
personnel the FlopIda
this week, while cattle and I I at Nashville to $1250 to $15 at I Forest Service will be Charles Hardee, W. R Arring-- Jim Ye/vlll. ion of rights by the Levy County gerettes won their hardfoughtgame their play, a comedy entitled
calf prices trended h 1 III her at: Florida auctions. Prices at other For discussion up: ton, Linus Sache, B. T. Ether- officers. 41 19. Top scorers for "Aunt Cathie's Cat," on

Georgia and Florida auctions: markets for Utility cows were: the Florida Board at a of meeting 01 idge, Lank Aklns, Bishop Thom. a two and one-half to three' The civil suit was brought the Trenton girls were Hilda Friday, Dec. 4. The Juniors finally
but were weak to lower at Mem. Georgia auctions, $10 to 13.75; Fore.tryhere as, V. A. Seale, 0. S. Martin I per certt increase In per capita about following a 1962 incidentin 'Langford and Norma Slaughter. got over rehearsal troublesand
phis and Nashville, the U.S. Department Montgomery, $11 to $13; Mem- tomorrow. and Jim Yelvington. efficiency during the last 21 I which the Finleys, who Gpo Tiger fans were kept In an up- came through with a very
of Agriculture's Marketing -phis, $10.7$ to $13; and Louisville -, Board president Buren Briceof Highlight of the meeting was I I years, while there has been an erate a hotel In Yankeet 0 w n, roar by our pepper cheerleaders funny play. And so the student
Service reports. $12.50 to $14 for mixed Bronson said that in order to the annual report of General. eight per cent Increase In per' were arrested and later convicted -They are: Naomi Vickers, capt.;',body continues looking forwardto
Broiler prices In the Southeast Utility and Commercial guarantee the fire fighters two t of General capita output on the farm. I of interering with an of- Carla :Rowland, co-capt.; Judy future basketball games and
generally declined a half cent a Slaughter calves brought $18.50 days off per week, 288 additional Manager D. W. Brooks, who' Mr. Brooks also pointed to leer performing his duty. Wiggins, Gall Rucker and Lloyd the upcoming Christmas holi
pound, to as much as 2 cents at to' $2150 for Choice grade at men will have to be hired by instigated and engineered the' continual decline in the a Deputy Cason went to tl b e Holder. Sparkling in new black days.
Del-Mar-Va markets. Southeastern Georgia auctions, $16.50 to 20.50 the state. By keeping its personnel organization of the CPA Co-op received by farmers for price the Yankeetown lodge and arrest-- -
egg prices trended unevenlythis for Good grade at Florida auctions on duty six and seven 31 years ago. Mr. Brooks pointed -' average of farm ed a New York woman on br
week, with Atlanta markets $14 to $18 for Good and days a week, the Service Is suffering out that the Cotton Producers -while other commodities commodities have gery charges. The Finleys were:) Santa Fe Notes
reporting a one-cent increase for Choice at Louisville, and $14 to extremely high person- Association has grown from received for cotton has declined arrested for Interfering wit
large size eggs from a week $17 for Good and Low Choice.nel turnover, Brice said. a very small organization In its from 45 cents the arrest of the woman.
earlier. Jackson, Miss., reported -at Memphis, and $14 to $17 for. infancy to one which transact- per pound The Finleys claim they were'
The board will also discuss twenty years ago to 30 cents By JOYCE IULBROOK Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hill and
a three-cent decline. Standard and Good Nashville. ed over |17S million dollars' physically mistreated during
the Florida Forest Service's today and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis Jr.' family
The proposed worth of business for its patron poultry from over their are being visited for a
Agricultural Marketing arrest
participation in the fed members last 30 cents per pound of live are the proud parents of a little few days by his cousin, Mr.,
Service 12 year. The Court conviction
reported a mostly Good grade feeder steers County
eral Economic Opportunity Act weight to 12 to 13 cents per son, Alan Carter Davis, who R. S. Crews of Jacksonville. Also

CPA earned for its membersover
cent price at farms Friday for appeal to Circuit ''
brought $15.50 to 18.50 at Florida was upheld on
of 1964. This take the formof pound today.Dr. .
may was born in Alachua General visiting the Hills and
broilers In Georgia, A1 abama, auctions, $18 to $18 at Louisville $14 million. dollars I a 11 Court by Judge George L. other
and North Carolina, mostly 13 14.75 to $18 at Georgia youth conservation camps or year over and above the five George Mehren, U.S. As- 'atten. Hospital, Nov. 27. This Is 'relatives and friends is Warner .
cents in Mississippi, 13V4 to 13% auctions, $15 to $1760 at Memphis -work training programs, Brice per cent paid on capital Invested ilstant Secretary of Agriculture, their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Cato of Detroit, Mich.

cents In Virginia, and 12.9 to 14.7 $14.75 to $17.75 at Montgomery -said. in the co-op. praised farmer cooperatives Rep. Matthews Alvin Davis Sr. are the local Mr. and Mrs. Hardee Rauler.son .
InDelMar-Va. : and $14 to $17 for Mr. Brooks staled that the and said that both the oppor- grandparents. have a new grandson,
Closing prices Friday at southeastern Standard and Good grades at Prelaunch tests given to Increase in efficiency in farm- I unlty and the necessity of coops To AddressII. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. L Samuel Scott Raulerson, born
egg markets for most Nashville. Nimbus, the weather satellite/ tog in the United States over to assert themselves In the core Doke and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nov. 28, in Alachua General.
consumer grade A large eggs in Feeder calves sold at the followIng -Included shaking it vigorously, the past 20 years Is the greatest market place will Increase. Springs Colson Jr. and family attendedthe Parents are Mr. and Mrs.
cartons In sales to retailers freezing it and roasting It to a miracle of mankind. Ip
prices: Choice steers at HIGH. SPRINGS Membersf silver wedding anniversaryof James H. Raulerson of Gaines-
Dec. 15 has been selected '
I II as
were: Atlanta, 40tt cents: Birmingham -Montgomery, 17.25 to $21; turn. other industries there bas been the date for the tobacco and I o f f the High Springs Chamber of Mr. Coke's brother and sis--are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelley
37V4 to 40 cents; Jackson -,Choice steers at Georgia auctions cotton referendum. Farmers I Commerce: and their guests will er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'of Starke.

39 cents, and Jacksonville, $17 to $20.50; Choice and I Brooker Notes I with tobacco and cotton allotments I meet: eat and hear a talk by Doke. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Imler,
41 cents Prime mixed at Memphis $16.50 should remember this I Congressman D. R (Billy) Matthews After spending a week with Gary and Tommy and Mr. and
The Agricultural Marketing. to $19 50; and Good mixed at date and cast their votes as to I: Tuesday night. their mother, Mrs. H. B. Slid-Mrs. Charles Halbrook spent
Service reported end of week Florida auctions, $14.50 to 1850. I whether or not they wish to continue The occasion will be the an ham Sr., Mrs. Ira Webb and part of Thanksgiving in Ocalaat
By BETTY RABON Alabama Mr. and Mrs.
hog prices for most U.S. 1 to 3 Supplies of fresh fruits and ; Harley .
to have these r ual dinner meeting of the local Mrs. Arnold Willis and their
butchers 180 to 240 I The Brooker Community Cen- Shaw of Fort White; Rev. Res- crops on an Mrs. Imler's sister, Mr. and
weighing vegetables ranged light to mod. allotted basis for the (C ofC which is scheduled to be- families have returned to their
at the markets ter was the scene of a housewarming sle Carlton of Fairbanks; Rev. acreage Mrs. W. T. Hill and family.
pounds following
this week
erate at southeastern I next three years.Harley g Iin at 7:30: p.m. in the High homes In Bradenton.
were: Georgia Florida Ala markets. Monday night for Mr. Lacy Conway of Starke; Mr.I Also present re--he--pr*
bama packer area, $14.23 to $15; Mustard and turnip and Mrs. Rasty Mann. The and Mrs. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs Moore, our local S Brings Elementary School I Iafetorlum. Enjoying the Thanksgiving I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
north greens Manns plan to move Into their Dave Shaw and family and Mr. ASCS office manager, will be r: holiday together at Mrs. JoyceHalbrook' Gunn.
Georgia packing plants sold
at mostly $123 to $150 a .
sending more Information to Chamber President David .
and new home in the near future and Mrs. Joe Shaw and family : were her daughterand Mr. and
buying points, 14.75 to $15. dozes bunches at the Birmingham / Mrs. Marshall
Gilchrist farmers concerning I I ewell said that business to be
son-in-law and .
Mr. Mrs.A.
23; Louisville, $15.50 to $16 Farmers Market Hostesses for the occasion were 'of LaCrosse. A number of It Scruggs, Pat, Patsy and Jeanie
; $2 to $2.25a ,
t his referendum within the
I : next I t aken will Include election of
up and
R ol
the Mesdames Lacy Con way, friends and relatives dropped by 1 Dowling, family
Memphis, $14 SO to $14 73; and bushel at the Louisville Produce Few! days fi ice directors. at Cape Kennedy spent the day \
E. B. Crosby : Green. J. the afternoon for the Jacksonville, and her son and I
Nashville, $15 to 1525. I Terminal, and mostly $150 Roy 'during with his parents, the Clayton :
Good grade slaughter steers a bushel at the Atlanta Farmers T. Bass, Howard Mott, Betty'cane grinding. -- family, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip' Weeks family.

brought $19.SO to $24.SO at Flor- Market. ,Rabon and Miss Janice Green. S5th BirthdayMrs. Barnes, Brenda, Bill and Barrie Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford i
Ida auctions, $21 to 23.50 at At the Atlanta Farmers Mar. They received many lovely and Alice Edwards celebrated of Decatur, Gab also, heron Parrish and children visited .
Louisville, $1850 to $22.80 at ket, Florida grapefruit sold at useful gifts. and daughter-In-law, Mr.
her 85th birthday at the her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgia auctions, $19 to $22.20 213 to $2.23 a half-box carton, Mrs. Mae Mott spent Thursday ;home of her son, J. V. Ed I SharkChatter and Mrs Charles Halbrook. The' Joe Semis In Anthony.Mrs. .
at Memphis, $19 to $21 at Montgomery -and Florida tangerines, accordIng -: with her son, Mr. Pasco wards. Helping her enjoy the Barnes arrived Wednesdayand Ray Gallop Billy and
and $19 to $20 at Nash to size, brought $3.75 to $4.23 Mott, and family in Gainesville I occasion were a brother and fI' left for Jacksonville Friday -Diane and Mrs. Belle Dowling
ville. a half-box carton. Buddy :Robinson, son of Mr. I his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Willie to spend a while with her' in Jacksonville
spent Thanksgiving
and Mrs. V. C. :Robinson, is J Reddish, a sister, Mrs. Bessie family, the Beasleys.Mr. with
home for a JMay leave from and Mrs. J. D. McMJ- the former's brother -
: her children Mr. A. A.
Sapp; ,
I Archer Notes :the: U.S. Navy. I Edwards! Mr. and Mrs. H. lan Sr. had their daughter, Mr. Mrs.and Vasco sister-in-law Dowling.,Mrs.Mr. Belle and
Mr. and Mrs. Art Quliksall Edwards: Mr. and Mrs. E. C'I! and. Mrs. John Parrot, Bonnie
enjoyed! a fishing trip to telnI I frank, Mr. .and Mrs. BY MONROE GAULTNEY and JOAN ROSS ,and Al of Eustis and their son, fowling stayed to visit wither

naicnee ana returned to navThanksgiving Kelly, Mr. Coy Edwards and' I ____ ___ ____ ___...-:..-. -- ]Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McMillan, son and wife for a few
By MRS. C. W. AILSTOCK the Archer Elementary School I
Seen about town over the dinner with M rand Mr. and Mrs. J.:V, Edwards; The seniors had a very successful I Our school is in a hustle and 'Jr., Pat and Bob of Hague, -
Thanksgiving holidays were recently. Mont Paul and the I Mrs. Ted BIgham. grandchildren[ Mr. and Mrs. turkey shoot last Wed bustle getting ready for the 1 with them Thanksgiving.A days.SUBURBIA

many welcome and lamlllar girls are presently at home I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Ernest Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. nesday,. Nov. 25. This is just Christmas program and special pre-Thanksgiving get.togethr .
faces. Among those were Sam with their mother and grand--and family spent the Thanksgiving Harry Edwards, Mr. and Mrs one of the ways we have of Christmas Tree Choir. We are e was held at the William
Shoemaker Jr. Sam has recently -mother, Mrs. Paul Maddox. holiday with the Earl Charles Rabbltt, Mr. Far Ie y raising/ money for our senior all really getting/ the Christ (C oughenours, November 21.I DRIVE-IN THEATRE
completed his basic training! Greens at the Greens Lak e Butler, Mrs. Louise Dykes, trip.. We plan to put on a supper mas Spirit. .All the grades have I embers and friends of the I I
with the U. S. Air Force at Tom Bishop, whose recent Winot home. Misses Alice and Zona Sue Ed- Dec. 10. We have ordered ,exchanged names In their. I I t irst Alliance Church 01( Gaines- SHOWTIME 7:00

Lackland Field, San AntonIo, Illness caused much concern, is Mrs. Pearl Colson announces wards; great grandchil d r e n, our cards and Invitations for ,classrooms and planning on a v'/lle gathered at the Coughe- I1IE ACADEMY *AWARD WINNER I
Tex., finishing first in a class much Improved and celebratedhis that the Brooker Beauty Shop I Port and Sherry Butler, Sheila graduation. It sure makes the I big Christmas party on the last I n.our home for a harvest festiil. "81ST.1PICTURI"1
of 8. For this distinction Sam 3rd birthday on Dec. 2. has changed hands. The new Hough, Peggie and Patsy Ed- time seem short I day of school before the holi v Outdoor games and visiting
received a fancy plaque. lie Tom Is the son of Mr. and operator is Mr*. Eunice Par- 'wards, Karen Edwards and The Beta Club adopted their I days. fi h led the afternoon hours. A
will be with us until he reports Chipper Rabbltt By Laws on Dec. 2. The Junior and Senior 4-1 t xnintiful covered dish dinner
for duty Dec. II at Patrick -I Mrs. Mel Bishop. rish.'I'I Also attending were SheriffP. Our basketball teams met I clubs are having their Christmas \I ras served buffet style to the 54

Air Force Base as a New Building D. Reddish, a nephew, Miss Bell In Cedar Key on Friday, I party on Dec. IX p ersons present Dinner consist-
i member of the Air Poll The Brooker Junior i High Goldie Thomas and Mrs. Au- Dec. 4. Report Cards are due Dec. 9Mclrosc id of turkey and all the trimmings .
Guard. Two new houses are nearing School PTA met at the school,asla Bennett. Mrs. Edwards to make a complete

Lura Williams, who Is attending completion just off Oak Street, lunchroom on Nov. 19 with the: received many gifts and High Band Plans meal. Guests came from Keystone .'

I Queens College i In: according to builder Jay Ed president, Art Qulc sall. There' one had a most enjoyable evel'"j Heights, Melrose and
Charlotte, NC. was at horn, wards. The houses are the first t was much discussion on the. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Second Concert in Series Gainesville. I
with her family, the Tom Wllanu \-In a subdivision plan for 10 I needs of the school library and entertained the Young r Mr. and Mrs. lIardee Raul
and her grandmothe r, homes, which has been named I a committee was appointed to Class of Dedan Baptist Church!; MELROSE The second In ',costumes and the band will accompany -erson were visited Saturday by '
Mr.. S. L. Bryan. Despite "Whlipering Oaks." The street i: try to appropriate funds lorI with a fish fry at their home i a series of'"Progress Concerts" the chorus. his brother and ilster-in law,
complaints of "studying too entering the subdivision and I I new books for the library. It on Wednesday night. Mr. DenIs .. will be presented by the Melrose \-- The elementary students will Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Raulerson MO4TN&UN'
much," Lura looks prettier toward which the houses face was also decided to make up Hodge was chief cook. Mrs.' High School Band on Monday -I present customs of Christmas, of Jacksonville.
than ever. has been named "0 a k I and the Christmas bags and live Ethel Bass and Mrs. Betty Ra- Dec. 14, at t p.m. In the I i Including those of foreign lands. I Mrs. V. F. McEver visited
Pam Allstock was horn Drive." them out on Dee. 18. There was ben attended the wedding of! high school auditorium. Parents and friends have been her sister and brother-in-law, lad

from Florida State University, The Archer I some discussion on the purchase -Miss Betty Williams and Mr. Under the direction of Edward I Invited to attend these special Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Feature

and far too busy gloating over held its Woman's Club J of a meat sllcer or a :Royce McLeod in High Rolf, the band will feature concert I i nerformances.__ Gainesville, Sunday. -
the FSU-Fla. game to complain regular monthly meeting mimeograph machine for the Springs on Friday night. Both I I numbers, including "When J. C. PENNEY MOVIE PARTY SAT. BRIG1EBARDOT
u n
too much. on Wednesday af tern o o n. school. I girls served at the reception I the Saints Go Marching In,"
Home from Panama City; Hostesses were Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Troy L. Leon held at the home of the bride's I: "Italian Caprice" by Tchaikovsky -
West Coast Jr. College were (Ruby. V.) McNair and Mrs. ard Sr. and children, Tom, Sue, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil i, and 'Cherry Pink and Apple I .
B. L. Allen. Plans for a dinner Also ) SEE9NEWDANCES! p's.,,, o- .. .
Tom Simmons and Mack Corn- Vickie, Ruthle, Troy Jr. and Willlarv. attending the I Blossom White." ma. ps.,
Tom relaxed and Christmas progr a mwere of visited Mr. wedding and reception were HEAR NEW SONGSIIAWM'4'!
to. at his farm Tracy, Tampa, The chorus will sing several INKwNPPwe..III.iwi' .
I I made for Dec. 12 to beheld Mrs. Pearl Colson and loo, /
home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Leonard Jr. and selections Including Christmas
at the ,
f and Mrs. Ed Simmons. Mack Woman's Club boys for the holidays. For Mike. '
{ end his wife, the former Pat building. Community partIcipation -Thanksgiving dinner, besides Girdta Club News songs.
I Is Invited and tickets may The Brooker Garden Club I On Thursday Dec. 17, at 0 AND
the Leonards
Allstock, were guests of Pat there w e r e Mr.
I parents.>> Tom and Mack are be obtained from the club ,Owen Rambo, Ray Fussell and wishes to announce it's annuairoRressive p.m., Junior High School students I
treasurer, Miss Eula McK inney will be heldn will present their versionof
I both in their second year at Mr. John Ryder, all of Tampa. supper "
It was decided also that I o Dec. 22 at 7:30. The the "Christmas Story. The "THE DAVE 'WOOTALLl
Golf Coast and both are members :Mrs. L. U Leonard Is the former supper q
| of the college baseb all the' club would sponsor a group I Sylvia Busier, a former w IH begin at the borne of Mrs. general music classes will corn- CLARK FIVE" HI-LITES 1964"
team. I GI carolers on Christmas Eve. ,"Miss' Tampa." 1 P b o QuidsaU. The salad will be tine to make the scenery and .
I Carolers will meet at the clubhouse i erved at the Earl Green -
Not teen, but missed was L Mr. Pasco Molt and son of
B. (Brokey) Gravely, whoa : and return afterward for I Ulnesvllle and Mr. and Mrs. I home.. The Community Center I

I busy !echedule it.King. College, refreshments. R. C. Groover of Miami visited will be the scene of the dinner
lUIItOl, s cnn., CUd not perm Rev. James Browning pastor -Mrs. Mae Matt and Mr. and ;and dessert will be served by BUSINESSMEN'S
a trip home. Brokey is enjoying of the Baptist Church, will Mrs. E. B. Crosby on Tuesday. .Mrs. Ann Klelnman at her 8Se LUNCHEON 8Se
'home, where gifts will also be
extra curricular activities -be leaving Archer soon to ac Out of town visitors at the ANDSHOPPERS
as a member of the soccer -' cept e post In Palatka. Friends Hasty Mann home on Thanksgiving 'exchanged.All .
(cam and the college wish him luck with mixed emotions -I were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert those Interested In having _
1 I choir. lie Is expected borne hoping that he will return -I J. Black. Mrs. Jack Dob- t their outside Christmas decorations SPECIALS

[ round Dec. 18. often with his wife, Pat, ;son, Bill and Mary Whitson, and I judged are urged to contact MON. THRU FRI. 11
Dr. and Mrs. Lamar Crevasse daughter, Beth, and son, and Mrs. Wilbur Addison I Mrs. Plo Qukksall by Dec. A.M. to 3 P.M. a
of Gainesville joined the Jr. A reception for the Jima- nd family of Jacksonville. :n. The judging will begin at I MONDAY Beef Tip on Rice

VeoabJe family for Thanksgiving -ings) Is being given by the From Gainesville were Mr. Andulla I p m. on Dec 21 There will be TUESDAY Hot Roost
at he new Venable home ladles of the Baptist Church on Nasser Mr. Frank Williams I tint_second and third prize. I : Beef !a

on Newberrjr Road. Mrs. Ruby Sunday afternoon, Dee W, atthe l and son, aIlll1. Mr. and d:2 a new, 1965rr2 WEDNESDAYCountry Fried Chicken Ii"'p

McNalr assisted/ her father, ; Woman's Club building.The :and Mrs Mensle Groover THURSDAY Horn Steak
Mr. Monroe Venakle, with hospitalities. and daughter Carolyn/ came bedroom IT,
Guests other than annual Christmas pro. fgram !rom Orange Park. Others ;pres -._ n.IArse completely FRIDAY Bar-B-Qut Pork ChopsALL .

fimfly Included Mr. and Mrs. at the Archer Elemen ctarySchooile.cheduled ot included Mr. and Mrs. Jamj -, (,faa.e.e.. .-A.- furnished mobile k1rjIf
3. F. Amos and the Stephen tore Kalbuneh of Lake City; TONITE 2 TOP HITS ) home. THE ABOVE SERVED WITH ,

Walkers of Archer. The Crevasse night of Dec. 17 In the Terrell Green. and_ .family. 01TMIU f C 'int AIM... S. ( WHIPPED POTATOES, VEGETABLES, I
school gym. Mrs. Virginia WU- -- -- Small COLE SLAW HOT
children. Candice, La 1:00.,1:11 down payment lOLLS 40 BUTTER erbit
mar and Austin stayed over lams is in charge. f AN,1I|, JOHM COFFEE 01 TEALARRY'S
Inr the weekend with Clair I 7e' 111 and only $12.95 week. be

and MM. J. W. Slims On aa average day the residents TUIJOAYWARREN / WONDERHOUSE ,

mud and Marilyn), daughters. of Tokyo eat six million BEATTY '"
Cynthia and Rebecca, and son pounds of rice and 3 million bIr
holiday .-pounds of fish, read 21 different JEAN SEBERG 24 r.. Hot I IS RESTAURANT
Bill of Panama City were JAMIS DAUIN. 9I
guests of Marilyn's parents -newspapers increase the popu- ROBERT ROSSEN FOR THOSE WHO King Mobile Homes a

Mr. and Mrs. Howard. tahoe by 4M persons, start Horn of the K. C. lorSlIt
Skinner., tiding two major buildings, Lilith YOUNG end] London
Paula and Mary McGehee I commit 141 major crimes and STASIS HIOAT 4920 N.W. 13th Street Broil Steaks I. ,

received a buzz ef enthusiasts withstand 23 fires and three CONNII riANos 14 South West J"aIT
NOT rot JUNIOI "Looking for Lore" 378-2311 Street
greetings from: the children of ,arthquakcs.



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: Theta Alumnae ui o mEn fl "nO THE family f Y YRuth t MarriageIs Dinner Fetes I

\ Honor Pledge Classpledge Weimer, Women's Editor Told

and Mrs Till Affianced Couple
Mr George
Class of the Unlver. Greeted at the door by Mrs
Honor Visitor man, whose marriage tool k
of Florida Kappa Alpha Frank Spain and Mrs. Earl Tay
flT, November 4, at
place are now _. __ _
heta chapter was honored at a lor Jr., guests were Introducedto home at 108 NW Seventh Street 1Il1sS.Hem Meadows and her 'elect; u Air, ana u Mr,. caries"
ea Sunday afternoon by memo the receiving line by Mrs. The wedding took place 1 In fiance Shelton Bodies were honored Boyles parents of the bridegroom
:iub. who entertained at the UF Baptist Church with Rev. Fro night by Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris Lamar Simmons, Dr
acuity Club. Pouring during the afternoon :V T, Laughon Jr., pastor oft C,. Kilpatrlck, Mr and !Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Holland, Mr anJhire
Active members of the chapor !- were Mrs. Harry Philpott, Mrs. elating. Warren Ogletree and Mr. and Carey Dunn Mr. and
were also honored guests. Winston Summerlin, Mrs. Lamar The bride is the former Mis Mrs.: Chester Yates at the Ktl- Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Mr.
Chairman for the afternoon Roberts and Mrs. E. A. Gwen Williams, daughter o f patrick home.Christmas and !Mrs. R. N. Walker
vent was Mrs. Frank C. Whidn Brandt. 1 Mrs. Bonnie Williams o f decorations were A corsage of white carnationsand
assisted by Mrs. C. Lee Eg- Hostesses for the tea were r r'r Gainesville and Van Buren Wll used through out the home anda pink rosebuds was presented .

pit Mrs. Herman Schnell Mrs. Walter llama of Plant City. gift of crystal was presentedto to the honoree, one of
In the receiving line were Mr Tillman Is the son or the honorees by the hosts. pink rosebuds to her mother,
rl. Ranny Hoehn, president ofe Probert, Mrs. Thomas Sheehan Mrs. Flora Tillman of Orlando The guest list included the Mrs. Home, and a yellow con.sage
Alumnae Club; Mrs. Eggert, Mrs. Blair Reeves and and the late Dr. George C Till honor (,guests Mr. and Mrs. W. to Mrs Boyles mother of
esident of the Chapter Advis-Mrs. Helen Allen. r 1 .ie'l "ttk man. R. Home parents of the bride the bridegroom elect.

y Board; Miss Nancy Wehner Christmas decorations were f The newlyweds took a honey
esident of the House Corpora used throughout the club .c7 moon cruise to Nassau aftei
nn, Mrs. Elanor Mar Chapter rooms. The centerpiece for the stopping briefly In Orlando
ousemother Miss Penny John- tea table was an arrangementof

in, president of the Active red poinsettias, greens and I
hapter, and Miss Ann Stearns colored ornaments in a oil v e r .. ChurchCircles

edge Class president. bowl. I

: .
TODAY, December 7 SATURDAY, December U

Q -- Luncheon feting !Miss Betty Luncheon complimenting

e : Pound bride elect of A1 I Miss Betty Found bride-elect
Alsobrook. 12:30 Mrs. 0.
of Al Alsobrook 12:30: ,m
TUESDAY December I N. and Mrs. W. C. O'Neal p ;:
Mrs. Alda B. de Llzardl I of San Juan, Puerto Rico chats with MM. J. Wayne First Presbyterian Church Harper at the home 529- Mrs. Earl Powers Mrs. Edwin : -
Reitz, center, and Miss Dorothy M. Smith right, during the Caribbean Con. Noon Women of First Presbyterian NW 22nd Street W. Peck and her daughter "
ference at the University of Florida. Mrs. de Lizardi, special assistant! in Nursing Church, Joy Gift : Mrs. Terrell C. Davidson -
to the General Administrator of the Puerto Rico Medical Center, was guest Porgram and Offering. Sandwich TUESDAY, December S Gainesville Golf and
speaker for the Thursday banquet and] Miss Smith dean of the College of Luncheon, Fellowship Bridal shower fating Miss Country Club.
Nursing the J. Hill Is Miller Health Center presided "Health Problems in the Hall. i Mary Ruth Ha/en, fiancee of

Carribean" was the theme for this fifteenth annual conference. First Mclhodlrt Church, WSG Ted Raymond Brown ( p

I p.m., Circle 1), Mrs. J. L m., Mrs. Jerry Swearlngrn At

Prize RecipeNOW Junior Woman's Club Has Tint levard.Simmons Lutheran 4410 Church Newberry Bou- former's and Drive.Mrs.home Earl (2S Petty NW at 40th the 1 ;;

[ that the holiday season Is near festive foods are In the I pm., Lutherna Women's Shower honoring Miss Caroline
relight. Holiday Dance Program Missionary League, Sarah Steckert fiancee of 'The Christmas

rs. Almon Zlpperer Madison County home demonstra- Circle, Mrs. John selling 3510 John E. Hudson Jr., I p.m., Shop"
agent one of her family's favorites Is Carrot Pecan NW 18th Terrace. Mrs George Bartlett and
n ke, a delectable says spiced nut concoction that Mrs. Zipperers I Annual Holiday Ball of the \Mrs. Thomas Ashworth, Mrs. of President Dwight D. Eisenhower University Lutheran Church her daughter Mrs. E. J.

keeps well, If you hide It In the freezer.he Gainesville\ Junior W 0 m a n'a W. R. Burwell Mrs. Edward and has been carried i on I p,m., Christmas Party Whitley Jr., M10 SW Third
1 cups of raw grated carrots keep the cake moist for Clu took place Friday nightat Clarkson Mrs. James Cunningham !! by the People to People OrganIzation Mrs. R. Bruce Simpson, 900 I Place Colfvlew,
the Moose Lodge. The orchestra Mrs. James Duke Mrs. and the American Mu. NW 37th Terrace.
eral months. CARROT PECAN CAKE of Roody: Woodcock pro- Hunter Foster Mrs. Tho mas nlclpal Association. Two hun- TllURMMY, December 10 WEDNESDAY, December I
salt vided music for dancing for Hagler Mrs. J. R. Ihns Mrs sired eighty cities In the United runt Lutheran Church Luncheon compllme n I 11 I n g
|tt cups salad oil 1 teaspoon carrots members their husbands and Glynn Markham\ r.. Steve States have one or more "SI. J p,m, Dorcas Circle Mrs. Miss Caroline Steckert, bride-
3 grated raw
cups sugar 4 cups guests. Melvin Mrs. Billy Mitchell 1 ter Cities" in foreign cnuntrle, Mark Barrow 1304 NE 17th elect of John E. Hudson Jr., X11.,,
cups sifted flour eggs The Lodge was transformed Mrs. Perry Moore Mrs. John A choral group composed of Avenue. 1 pm. Mrs. William F.
teaspoons baking powder 1 cup finely chopped pecans Into an old-fashioned Christmas Mullen, Mrs Charles Richardson Mrs Vincent Stenger, Mrs. John) Si. Patrick's Catholic Church Mmhlcr' and Mrs. Roy N.

teaspoon baking soda mix well.1 cup Sift finely together chopped remaining pecans setting by the me of mistletoe ,, Mrs. Earl Russell, Mrs. R. Webb, Mrs. David Slncer 8 p,m,, St. Patrick's Wom Green, Gainesville Golf and
mbhie oil and sugar; into mix- pine and holly. Two green topi- William Saunders Mrs Robert Mrs. Richard Pettlc-rew, Mr an's Club, Parish (Hall. Country Club.
half of Ingredients sugar
ingredients. Sift dry with ary trees made by Mrs. F W Seelman Mrs. David Sincere, John Arnutte, with Mrs. WeiShnirn Luncheon honoring Miss
[ blend. Sift In remaining dry Ingredients alternately addition. Add Williams, with small Italian Mrs. James! Taylor Mrs. Donald Jr at accompanist, aone Betty Pound, bride Id be II' \
fir, lone at a time mixing well after each lights, marked the entrance to Tredinlck and Mrs. F, W. Christina caroli Mrs. Poole of Al AlwbriMik: 12:30 pm., I
ts and mix well: then mIx In pecans. Williams. Girl Scout Hard Mrs. John Malnes and Mrs. l
the dance floor. A kissing ring 3T
'e Into oiled ((10") tube pan. Bake In'Ilow oven (325F.) of mistletoe hung overhead. Thursday MeetingDr. I Mrs. Donald Morrison! pt'.11. BSPhi Hostess W, G. Poltin Gainesville ', May your
about 1 hour and 10 minutes. Cool upright In pan. Remove Tables were centered with I Allredo Pareja, UF Professor -. dent of the Gateway Girt Scoi Gulf and Country Club. friendships be many*
from pan.Freeze and Political Council certifies Mrs Reid Poole will enter- ; end mailbox $
freezer. the traditional colors of red and of History presented a TllfRSDAY, December It I I your
\ wrap, seal date return to green and snow sprayed pine);Science in the field of Latin!,of appreciation to Mrs. DoulI- lain at a Christmas Party for Miss full or
Dinner i
for 2 complimenting !
To serve, thaw In wrapper at room temperature Two table centerpieces were American studies was the guest las Shanklin for her work with members of XI Phi Chapter of VI
I Split frozen cake Into 3 horizontal layers. Spread orange glaze made by each committee mem speaker for the club recently. ) the Girl Scouts on t h. Empty Ida Sigma Phi at her home, Betty' Pound and her fiance,
Al Alsobrook 1:30: m, Mr. ttMtML
Ibetween" layers and on top and aides. ber. Dr. Persia's} program thencewas Stocking Fund. 1708 NW 6th Place at 7 p m. and Mrs. Percy Beard p and ; +
f ORANGE GLAZE Gainesville's Mrs. Grant Godwin, American Y
Mrs. Gerald McCoy was Cochairmen "Santiago rupodny.
'.1 butter their son, David Beard 833
cup sugar 2 tablespoons for the dance. Mrs "Sister City". Home Life Chairman I In. The regular business meeting CJ
NW 22nd Street.
% cup cornstarch 2 tablespoons grated orange Herbert Jones and Mrs. W. H The "Sister City" program for flounced that grace cards werr ilso! will be held !
r ; 1 cup orange juice !peel Kerns were- assisted by the the United States wu established being distributed to city rests, Members are requested towing FRIDAY, December 11
1 teaspoon lemon Juice H teasooon salt stewi following committee members) during the administration rants. This department has at. gift' for their Secret Sisters Shower honoring Miss Kay I :
fembine sugar and cornstarch In saucepan. Add Juices so made a number of the late and aim the ticket dona- Nelson bride elect of Ronald tUSTMASU
i and stir until smooth. Add remaining Ingredients. Cook freeze-drled food products sun ions for the handmade afghan,' Wiggins, I Mrs.
r low heat until thick and glossy. Cool and spread on cake. of which not the mark pm 101 W. i
are on
'Calendar Of Events which Is bllnlllOld to purchase Thelma Larche and Mrs. D. L t
available to members. qlupmrnt for the hard) of B, Beasliy at the Besxlry :
The club voted to contrlbul ng class at Sidney Lanier hl'a"l home, 704 NR Third Avenue. ""
,By Josephine LowmanQ TODAY, December 7 |I Street. 1100(( to the Gainesville HI I g h nentary School.

Wives and women faculty', Chapter CQ P.E.0. J pm., School Student Exchange Program -
Mrs. A. N. Salter and Mrs. which sponsors hig I h
Health Related
UF Colleg. of
/ Grow school student from a torelg
Professions, Chrlstm a s Kenneth Black at the tatter's

Coffee I p,m., Mrs. Darrel J. home, 4141 NE 15th Avenue.XI I country Guests were: Mrs. Mark En
Dr Mase, Phi Chapter Beta Sigma r
Mane, hostess mel, president of The Florid
Dean of the college guest Phi Christmas Party 7
I Federation of Woman's Clubi:
Old? I speaker. p m, Mrs. Reid Poole 3706 Mrs. William Arm-It first sic
8 Sixth Place.
the SW
Women of Moose resident ef the Gaines fillWoman's I .
p,m., Moose Lodge. BNal Israel Sisterhood I Club; Mrs. J. I 8,
Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae p,m., Education Center.
White International A f fall
Just What Quality Do Club Christmas party, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY; December" i rhalrmsn of the Gslnesv 1 Iii
Mrs. Russell L. Danburg 212 Woman's Club Mrs. Bread EEP .
Newcomers Bridge, University ; \ "HALO of HEAT"
Men Seek I In Women? SW Great 43rd Terrace.Books Discussion Women's Club, I pm. "rum Mrs. Donald Morrlaor, ar
Clubhouse West Newber r y Mrs George Jones Mrs. Stanley -
[what li this March for beauwhich was mentioned over and, Group, I p.m., Gainesville\ Road. Hietablddle, Mrs. Sven Lei Automatic DryersH'fkSteeif
about anyway? over again although it was ex: Public Library linger and Mrs. Lynda Bogle. ldMPAAt'
pressed in different ways. III TUESDAY December" Gainesville Chapter Daughters Mrs. John Amrtte was Introlaced -
Basically It'. about boys and is certain womanliness Omicron Pi Alumnae of the American Revolution -
a gentleness Alpha : as a transfer member.,
Iris and men and women and the promise of wearingwell Club 1.30 pm., Founders' i I pm., First PresbyterIan Mrs. William Woodbury WII "
eir search for each other. 11 which wins. One man said, Day Dinner, Chapter House, Church. tautens for the coffee hour,
e skip over to the men's camp "A woman's pride In herself 11) Panhellenlc Drive.University League of Women Voters " -
nd ask them what makes a as a woman and esteem for of Florida Law 130: am., Mrs. F, Blair
'oman attractive no two of herself as a person are her Dames I pm. Mrs. Frank Reeves 312 NW 32nd Street .... K
i em have exactly the same biggest assets In appealing to Maloney 1K3 NW Tenth Avenue P. E. 0. Chapter AF 10 I Give
eflnitlon. When a guy Is tome the man who appeals to her. I m., Mrs. Joe Jenkins Jr.
the girl he lain love with Pride In yourself. means that Anna Miller Circle Christmas Mrs. D. H Yawn 1927 NW ra your men

i HIS definition. you respect yourself enough to Party I pm, Elks Eighth Avenue. I :e 1 tcQ"P ,..' the giftthey
However whenever I make get enough rest and exercise Lodge.
little survey I'm always 1miressed and cat properly so that your Gainesville Antomologlcal mould
I, w,.. c. "',11" WO o
that the usual formula eyes will be clear and your Club Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria ComplimentaryAS probably Fr
>( line and proportion for beau brain alert It means that you CapL Laurence Johnston
what wins men at all recognize the Importance of guest speaker. EVER AVOID HOLIDAY choose forthemselves
What is it then good grooming from the skin League of Women Voters,

It It beauty of the face? A out. beginning with the daily I p.m., Mrs. L. J. Benninger, CLOTHING LOSSESAfter -
face certainly catches I bath. 103:! NE Iota Avenue Unit:
Iht eye and Is a pleasure to be- I Appealing femininity when he means meeting any tor day, It ........
Mer Square
told but classic profile and freshness. Maybe was r yst*ppers VIareal
luscious coloring aren't the I I. boy the man you loved coU Dance Club, I p.m", Gainesville /*.. ft badi ef '"""'t hot
Some of the greatest lected dirty bits of string and Recreation Center, hove bear .oouv't peaafirly
iswers. In his Lions dub, null and e>* M need of r'rthIn .
carried fishing worms University City
auties fail to find happinesswhile the extra of tog
less lovely ones sustain ,pocket but now, as aa adult, Christmas Dinner Primrose\ ..
ulartty and find lasting hapuiSS. I he la looking for somebody Walnut Room. 7 pm. H ,.'. (*. sewn fwj J. pleasure
I with that ever freak shining Girl Seoul WECO Neighborhood ,

Is It a perfect figure? This I look to match the gleam In his Meeting, t:30 a m, Girl L_ wised c..>rntt can that comes $149

.aka an attractive picture'eye. Scout Office. 111 NW Eighth lit cleaned, w')ff.... "owd. with M. T..d..t.
and shows off clothes well, butnoat end .eae .d 10 Mute eriO..... I Needed
defects can be mintaiteed COO'dollltt w. _ly than. IfIn

,. banished with diet exercise. J't 11te,9sM Ti6N.L'tL'UtM Bey re at..d Se tot end FINE I l,e. Drying ft, ell your w.....
taste and an eye for the right eve if* stoat I ty. slut with e M.t., 1 tempertresettiofs
line. Is it social poise and a N Ttwy may then lit w-e moss'- MILD fee ell tyr.s ef Isbeice Webb
sparkling\ personality These t1 LhtLfT1 H. Ioqe. ,.,. "Y1'f". ell eps.S. V Wee teenier lad Air Fluff, (Nmkll -
are assets but the woman (U.UGINQ_C.IUs twwww ursna .,W Mwr .....4 l>'''''g if..,.. and l f with" ,"[ k .f I Yen Mertff kes 1
hose poise Is of a quieter c..a.a"4 -.. ,....-101.. _l pen wyrety. 5a I .w, ta6. SMOOTH w., ttt 're kind often goes off with lilt = haw/irq_. ri7l Irdw The perfect cemt4M e4t crone* w tewfl e leg In* I flt" .nd e full .,..l"j sefefy 4 nt'. ,
prize. 1 7', t r ass .t say cettwme yaw .N..r..N ...... yw, can h0e.
Is the whole thing just a bit cl>.*te re weer tile .,,', .vow/ 1(1
or miss a he and the gamble ).ffiu.urt'J. eI..... .,ere pear, with. Y fJo. i m f only tat. fie HAi-A-TAMPAI MAYTA-KATii; ) (),11
This sometimes seems to 4iutuht! rss e f. tl" me et the th*....
... ionqr : ...... eteHife er He( ** stirs. an dar.o1. you-
be so. However, it Isa't ta r-. ... .. I ...!.. .-101 ... ... sent hither.nt he.e ..... /Np ,a etc Met sue WHU' IIIYICI II A InCIALTYJIMVOYES
certain euaUUee .
There are woe you nf M KM "- *
almost wit =:: ; :J =
a woman which are CINTUL CHAaGIiii 'cv
fersaBy appealing to the ma ,, "" leO "

tin man. They say Wng We. CAUGMUNSITTO I
She makes me feel at horse. C'CtuwgL WISE'S'HARM si orty gift cropped l'sMedsowe II
I am always at taM and eon*, ,r h.liel.ypcly.s 419 N.W. 8th AVI. 372.5303
't CY S & S CLEANERS ef .
fartabfe. when I am with her. ee'r'e ,, 23' d XII
SlIt b such good company and trrr.ww..r..y 'M70wLW.4ebAn. ......y w C. end OvfSOI .117) left}00 0 d_ T..w.. Amt.ho-Os.. I L 14 0 LAM.
She Boa to wUI '
kt M adaptable.. .-. SW Mfc. r* I7J-4II
= J7"'UI I
There is OM cbaractcrisUc:

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8 Gainesville Sun Monday December 7, 1W4


/iABUSINESS "- MARKET Court to Decide If TV

I / : : 1

.1fif REVIEW V'-.. : Violated Rights of EstesWASHINGTON

5-Day Week Late Morning I n iT FLASHESNEW (AP) The Imprisonment state bar of Texas. means In addition to the television !-

I n Supreme Court decided today The Supreme Court, in an- Canon 33 deals with "Improper coverage.

N:. Y. ListingAlcoa to rule on whether live television nouncing it had granted Estes publicizing of court proceed- He argued he was denied opportunity

For Forest YORK (AP-The stock A mixed pattern prevailed I coverage of the trial of a hearing, said it would be restricted ings. The canon states: "The to examine membersof

62'%! Jones&L 70'/4 market made a substantial re- among steels, tobaccos and mtors. -' Billie Sol Estes on a charge of to the Texan's complaint taking of photographs in the the grand Jury of bias and
AmAlr 44V4 KaisAl 29% bound today with trading active swindling violated his rights against requiring him to courtroom, during sessions of prejudice against him becauseof
Work EyedLAKELAND AmCan 42% Ken'cott 92'/4 early this afternoon. i Improved economic under the U.S. Constitution. I"submit to live television of his the court or recess between sessions publicity about his case;
new I Estes the Texan whose n. trial." three of the trial had
Blue chips continued and the broadcasting or preconceived
AmCyan 66tt Llg&My 85% paced a the weekend
over and a technIcal !
A proposed AmMot HVk Loch'd 38H'! recovery from the selling of from last week'-' lancial bubble burst with I The announcement said the televising of court proceedings opinions that Estes
five-day work week for II t relighting AT&T 67Vi Lorlllard 43% early last week. losses recovery s I heavy losses by lending companies hearing will be limited to this detract from the essential dignity was guilty; there was no evidence

personnel of the Florida AmTob 34% Mag'vod Sltt'! High-quaiity Issues rose from were cited as factors. appealed to the high trl-!,question: of the proceedings, distract to support the first countof
I The Associated Press average bunal from his conviction by a "Whether the and the Indictment charging swin
Forest Service will be up AmpxCp 15'4 MM&M 57 Fractions to 1 or 2 points. Du- action of the participants witnesses in
of 60 stocks at noon was u p, state court Jury In Tyler Tel. trial court over petitioner'sEatee'a giving testimony, and create dling.
for discussion at a meeting of Anaconda 56% Mohasco 14% Pont made an advance exceed
1.8 at 326.3 with Industrials u p, He was sentenced to eight years ( ) continued objection,1 misconceptions with respect The Texas Court of Criminal
the Florida Board of Forestry Armour 54'/4 Mons'to 85% ing 4 points, lending a lot of
here tomorrow. Babcock 37H'! MontWd 39 beef to market averages. 3.7, rails up .1 and utilities u p denied him due process of law thereto in the mind of the public Appeals unanimously upheld
and the laws and should not be conviction of Estes Jan. 15
Favored issues 2.The equal protection of permitted. on ,
BethStl 36%! NatDair 83% put on a
Board president Buren Briceof Boeing 67% NalDlat 27% strong performance but the Dow Jones Industrial average Jax Negro under the 14th Amendment to Canon 28, as approved by the 1964.Estes
Bronson said that in order !to Borden 79 N.AmAv 63%' general picture was one of at noon was up (07 at the Constitution of the United State Bar of Texas, permits a also faces a 15-year federal
guarantee the fire fighters two CaterTr 4W 65V4 fractional changes.The 677.00. States, In requiring petitionerto witness to object to having his' prison sentence on a con
days off per week, 288 additional Celanese 75 PRR Penney 40 utilities and rails nudged Prices advanced in moderately Pupils Told submit to live television of testimony televised, but does I viction for mail fraud and con

men will have to be hired by Chrysler 61 PepCola 62 higher on balance. The trend active trading on the Amer. his trial!, and In refusing to !not permit a defendant to objectto spiracy. The U.S. Circuit CourtIn
adopt In this all-out publicity such proceedings. The canon New Orleans on August 11,
the state. By keeping personnel CocaCola 138% PhilMor 77V4 was generally better among lean Stock Exchange. To
BoycottJACKSONVILLE case, as a rule of trial that supervision of such 1964 upheld the federal convic-
on duty six and seven electronics pro- says
ComEd 54% PhillPet 54H chemicals, airlines, Corporate bonds were mixedIn
days a week, the Service la suffering electrical cedure, Canon 35 of the Canons proceedings should be left to the tion. That case also has been
ConEdis 92% RCA 37% equipments, mail or light trading. U.S. -
extremely high der-retails government (AP) Attendance of Judicial Ethics of the American trial Judge, "who has the Inherent appealed to the high court but
personnel ContCan 52 RepStl 43V4 electronics and non. : bonds rose slightly, with
turnover, Brice said. DowChe 79 Revlon ferrous .Mil".. .. Iradin.. dolt was off as much as Bar Association, and Instead power to exclude or control ,was not reached today.
42U --
I '' 60 per cent at some schools as adopting and following, coverage In the proper case in Estes was charged with fraud
The board will also discussthe duPont 234 ReyTob 404'I a proclaimed Negro "slt-ou over defendant's (Estes's) objection the Interest of Justice." and conspiracy In arrangingwith

Florida Forest Service's proposed EAL 43% StRegP 30 from D u v.l County Public] Canon 28 of the Canonsof In appealing to the Supreme farmers for mortgages on

participation in the federal E.Kodak 139 Sears 129 Hearing Is BegunOn schools took effect today. Judicial Ethics, since ap- Court, Estes contended he was nonexistent fertilizer tanks.
Economic Opportunity Act Firestone 43'4 Sinclair b4 Principal C. F. James of Gilbert proved by the Judicial section denied due process and equal About $24 million was InvolvedIn

of 1964. This may take the form Ford FlaPw tt 4754% Socony SouthnC 68 68%%, Junior-Senior_ High said'about 'of the Integra._d (state agency) protection of laws by various the transactions.the .

of youth conservation camps or FrmstDa 13% SperryR 13% 20 per cent of the enrolled
Car InsuranceBy to
pupils came training programs, Brice FreptSul 45% StBrand 87% On the other hand, Principal;1 ABOARD MARINER 4 (AP-

FruehTr 30% StONJ 895 Chester Cowart of Douglas And8rson

GenDyn 36'% Studebak 6% DOUGLAS STARR Larson said "Conclusions will School with all grade I PASADENA, Calif. (AP) A July." reddish planet
GenEI 92 Swift 57%
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A) be reached 1-12, said attendance was abou
proposal only after a com
scientist at the Jet When scientists last calculated
UndergroundTest Propulsion
GenFdj 82% Texaco 87% -
to boost automobile Insurance plete study and review of the 12 per cent below normal. That's the month when the
GenMills 47% Thiokol 12% Laboratory says of Mariner 4's its progress that was at 8p.m.
rates In Florida by 23 per testimony and data supplied by At Northwestern Junior-Senio spacecraft Is scheduled to pass
smooth cruise toward Mars the Marinerwas
GenMtrs 94% UnitAirc 61% : Sunday -
Ban cent came up for public hearing the companies." High, about one third were ab- within 4,400 miles of Mars, its
Goodrich 59% UnFrult 1754 "If well this 1,508,000 miles from earth
sent. At New Stanton High, everything goes ,
today by the Florida Insurance He said a second hearing
Goodyr 46 USSteel KVt Department which emphasizedthat scheduled for Dec. 18 in Miamito was roughly 66 per cent of the 2,100student. I Is the way it will be for a long television cameras ready to and was moving 7,000 miles per

Hoped For Greyhnd 22% UnlvMat 13% a thorough study was consider rates for Dade County were out. time to come hopefully, until take the closest pictures yet of hour.
GulfOll 60 WestgEI 44% the
planned before taking any ac only. Generally elementary

Jfrttt fork Stmra IntHarv IntNlck 81 84%% WlnnDix Woolwth 39 29'%%! tlon.Fewer than two dozen people Insurance The 200 companies old line capital seeking stock the schools high had schools better, but attendancethan at Blocker : Abuses9In

JOHN W, FINNEY IntPap 34'Cubans Report 'Flagrant
By were present most of them rep- increases were represented at Elementary only 150 of the
WASHINGTON Recent resenting Insurance companies the hearing by the National Bureau 1,000 enrolled were reported :In

progress in seismic detection is Klan In an opening statement, State of Casualty Underwriters classes.
encouraging disarmament offi- Insurance Commissloer Ed!and the National Automobile Underwriters Attendance, in addition to Student
cials to hope that the nuclear Association.The varying between schools, was Foreign Setupa
test ban treaty can be expanded In Street FightST. companies less In some classes than others.
to Include underground tests are represented In schools here attendance
PETERSBURG (AP-) City Declines at the motorist's level largely some was about twothirdsof Jfcw Hark JTtmra< ed States to encounter certain of liberal arts training first.
The seismic capability of detecting by Independent agents and disappointment and to create that
meeting of the pro-Castro Fair I normal or better, certain By GENE CURRIVAN The report showed also
and Identifying under Play Study Group ended In a InvitationTo independent brokers. classes were virtually depleted.One NEW YORK Some United problems for the other institu- many students become alienated
ground explosions has not advanced -street brawl Sunday when antl- The companies sought these class of 32 had three in at States colleges and universitieshave tions to which they may drift. from their native cult u r e sand

to the point where the Castro Cubans and Ko Klux two changes In Insurance regu- tendance. In another, five of the committed "flagrant The report said that students arrange to stay here perm

administration Is willing to Klan members gathered outsidethe atlons 35 i pupils were there. abuses" of admission policies who do not meet normal standards -anently, although their skills
abandon Its demands for on-slte meeting place. Hearing 1. Higher rates, on grounds of County school headquarters on behalf of foreign students, are doing high quality are required at home. Others

Inspections. But on the basis of The trouble started when four rising hospital bills and rising said it was making a survey but according to a report released foreign students a grave Injustice return home, the report said I ,
recent and potential progress, men arrived In fatigues and Gainesville Mayor commissioner number of accidents. had no flgurss by late morning.The Sunday by Education and and also injuring the world and find that their U. S. trainP I
there is hope that the required green berets with red stars to Howard McKinney today 2. A sweeping revision of the boycott was proclaimed World Affairs, a nonprofit organization reputation of American higher Ing has no application in their I
number of on-slte inspections' declined an "lnvltatl 0 nil classification a y ate m under education. own countries. !
deliver a pro-Castro film to the Friday afternoon by officials of [ established by the
can be reduced to a level acceptable from Miami Mayor Robert which premiums are determinedfor The study was undertaken bya ,
Fair Play group at Temple Negro religious groups and en- Carnegie and Ford foundations
King High to Join in the individual motorist The report criticized t h e"clustering"
to the Soviet Union. sending
committee headed by Dr.
I police reported. dorsed by Rutledge Pearson,
legal representatives to Talla- Larson said his office consid- The report cited double l of foreign students I
They were met by several an-- state and local president of the Ralph W. Tyler, executive director
The present Intention of the standards, unqualified students,
hassee to attend a bearing on ered the classification changea I at a few well known collelles.SUBURBi .
for Advanced
: Castro Cuban groups, a handful National Association for the Advancement of the Center -
United States Its three diploma mills and lack of coordination -
automobile Insurance rates. form of rate Increase
of Klansmen and members of Colored People. Study in the Behavorlal Scl
Western allies at the Geneva In selecting students ,
The hearing concerns the : "In It are factors by which rates ences Palo Alto Calif.In .
disarmament conference Brit- of the National Christian Party.A proposed It charged that many of the ,
I increase in automobile are automatically increased. They said It was Intended to
Ian, Italy and Canada is to fist-swinging melee followed students were here as "exotic discussing the committee's
I liability rates and Is being con He said the plan raised from dramatize what they called inequities DRIVE-IN THEATRE \
until broken
press for a comprehensive test up by police. exhibits" and would be better,report William W, Marvel, pres-
13 to 260 the number of class( in education between Negro
I ducted by State Treasurer J. -
ban treaty Including underground No arrests were made. off in their own countries. ident of Education and W o rid
Edwin Larson, who also I Is cations[ under which rates are and white pupils. I SHOWTIME 7:00
tests when the 17-natlon Pickets carried signs labeling determine. With 75,000 foreign students Affairs, said there were so
talks resume next year the fair play group "Reds, state Insurance commissioner."I Daniel McNamara Wendell T. Holmes, state education -I nowhere, and double that many "vested Interests" on the I HE ACADEMY 4 AWARD WINNER I
traitors and Communists." wired Mayor High back secretaryof chairman of the National number expected in 10 years, part of hundreds of agenciesthat "BMT IUTHII40MIT P1cTYRa"l
Any progress in this diplomatic -Klansmen passed out anti-Negro and told him I do not believeit the National Bureau of Cas-: Association for the Advancement they constitute a drain on U.S. the foreign student problem .

effort Is dependent upon the literature and Christian Party Is a proper municipal function ualty Underwriters, first witness of Colored People (NAACP ,educational facilities, the report had become a highly sensitive
the classification
Western powers offering a new embers distributed leaflets stacking for Gainesville to meddlein ), told a gathering of Negro said.It issue.
compromise on the critical onsite Jews IS backers of a the affairs of the State plan as an effort to put ministers Sunday that the action "
Is essential
said that foreign students "It absolutely ,
premiums on t more equitable many
inspection Issue Communist Treasurer
conspiracy. McKinney said. should be taken "to stir school
basis. who had been rejected by he said, "that American colleges -
The remainder of McKInney's I ".It Is a program developedafter officials Into thinking along I institutions in their own coun- and universities, government .

Man QuestionedWillie After Shooting I wire was as follows: an extensive nationwide these lines. I tries because of low quality and agencies and private organizations

"We believe Commissioner survey by NACA and NBCU to lie said the action would not I potential "have been admitted i ito take decisive coop-

fleece, Mlcanopy, was His condition was listed as fair I Larson was elected by the people make the premiums as close as be a boycott, but a "sit-out. 1 the United States only to''erative action in order to avoid '

held today for Investigation of today at the University Medical to represent them Therefore possible to the insurance hazard Wendell did not, specify the drift aimlessly from one Institution !- !substantial damage to our ef-
Center. I! am willing to leave the hearing 01 the Individual motorist," he length of the "sit-out. t to another." I orts to educate students In this
assault the result of a shootIng "
I In his capable hands. 4 country. I
Alachua County sheriffs deputies said. "Unfortunately, the repo r t Y
Sunday night of a Mlcanopy reported the two men ap- "There Is no good purpose to McNamara said the plan was Meanwhile, School Superintendent continued, "a few American As an example of some of a

man, Johnny Lee Little, at parently argued before the I ie served by such Interven approved by 35 states to become Ish Brant said "all pub- olleges catering to foreign I the confusion that follows lack
t tion." Jan. 1. lie schools will be open andthat of and coordinat 1 lon
a Juke shooting. Reece told Investigators effective students are tantamount to residential ( planning ,
Little was shot In the chest. Little had a pistol. any child who Is absent I, diploma mills which I I t he report cited the case of an rune wu.w
from school because of the so- unfit from the naivete of the I African student who came hereto 2nd Feature
called boycott will not get an excused foreign applicant and bring unt t study medicine and found
Gilchrist Men -
14 Become U.S. absence. He estimated qualified students !to the Unit- I Ie had to undergo three years
that the school system would BRIGITTEBARDOT
lose more than $2 for each absent J.C. PENNEY MOVIE PARTY SAT.

I At Cotton MeetTen pupil.

I Citizens Here R SEC 9 NEW DANCES! Mwe-e a.. ear.I.M
TodayBy Old-timers In New York'sHudson
Cilchrlst and Levy County CPA earned for Its membersover Valley say the Lincoln HEAR 6 NEW SONGS! I. M M. e h m..Ne

men attended the annual national |14 million dollars last
funeral train still makes
JEAN CARVER so many people and national!. meeting of the Cotton'I year over and above the fiveper the its way solo
up valley
gliding along tothe IM*
I Sun Staff Writer ties as Americans who car I Producers Association In Attar cent paid on capital Invested dirge of orchestra ,
an of
Six men and eight women work together." la last week, representing all' in the co-op. :skeletons seated at a flatcar. I iC ,
I representing eight countries the members of the local Farmers Mr Brooks stated that the The .MTVtCOUNUMMSMIIIoer/ 1
lie urged the class of new I Hudson Valley has
handed American many
were tiny
Mutual Exchange CPA Coop Increase in efficiency In farming -
citizens to register and become! I ghosts, notably the Headless '?HE DAVE
flags this morning, designating Stores In Trenton and Chiel In the United Slates over q "FOOTBALL
voters and to seek end maintain I Horseman who chased
after CLARK
their new status as America land. Robert Richards mann the past 20 years Is the greatest FIVE" HI-Lull 1964"
laws that 1 Ichabod Crane. I
will l
l be
j e
citizens. ,
forced. ager of the Trenton Co-op, was miracle of mankind. In -,
U.S. District Judge Harrold host for the trip. Attending the other Industries there has beena
Carswell presided over 1 ate Representatives of the Gainesville convention with him were two and one-half to threeper '

morning ceremonies.This Chapter of the Daughtersof : Charles Hardee W. E. Arrtng cent Increase In per capita
morning's naturalization the American Revolution gave, ton, Linus Sache, B. T. Ether- efficiency during the last 20 BUSINESS MEN'S

claM was the first to be sworn tiny American flags to the 14, Idle, Lank Akins Bishop Thomas years, while there has been an SSe LUNCHEON 8Se

In at the new Federal Building new citizens. V. A. Seale, 0. S. Martin eight per cent Increase in per AND

and there were a few bugs In Judge Carswell closed the and Jim Yelvlngton. capita output on the farm.
the new building that showed brief ceremony with his hope Highlight of the meeting was Dr. George Mehren, U1 As- SHOPPERS SPECIALSMON.
A malfunctioning heating syt- that the new citizens would the annual report of Genera Istant Secretary of Agriculture, Answer.

tern In the walnut paneled courtroom take every opportunity they tot General praised farmer cooperativesand THRU FRI. 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.

( kept most of the audience!, have to "make those of us who Manager D. W. Brooks, who sad that both the oppor.tunlty MONDAY- Beef
Instigated and engineered the and the necessity of cope Tips on Rice
of about 150 snugly bundled In; were born Americans what It
winter coats. When a loud busier -means to be a citizen of the organization of the CPA Co-op to assert themselves In the TUESDAY Hot Roast BeefWEDNESDAYCountry
31 Mr. Brooks market place will Increase.M.n .
US" yean ago pointed
alerted the
courtroom of thejudge's
out that the Cotton Producers a new 1965 Fried Chicken
arrival, a bailiff had to "It Is easy for those of us I
Association has grown froma z THURSDAY I
instruct the crowd to be seated born U.S citizens to take our Ham Steak
very small organization In its 2 bedroom
so the court could be declared blessings for he completely
granted, ezilained. Infancy to one which transacted FRIDAY Bar-B-Qua Pork Chops
In session and the "We bl..1ell MeAve
judge are greatly
$173 million d Oars
over e
could enter And a custodian readjusted in many ways and we are:worth of business for Its patron ---... furnished, mobile home. ALL THE ABOVE SERVED WITH
one of the courtroom not always aware of this. It Is members last TONITE!T'tI HITS! WHIPPED POTATOES VEGETABLES I

doorstops before the ceremonies easy to take too much for grant year.. __ Fin Ar*. I.. Small down COLE SLAW. HOT ROLLS fr BUTTER I
began nearly half an hour past ed." 1.I.S COFFEE OR TEALARRY'S I

the announced 11 starting Members of today's naturalatlon !- 1.9 mj ANN- yrjoHMMARGRETFORSYTHI I and only $12.95 week.

time. & class were James Weldon -, [ WONDER HOUSE
Joe Jenkins Jr.. president of Miller, Gallna Rapp, Frank THRU ,TVISOAT

the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Jackson, Peter Rob Jose If-I WARREN BEATTY
Asst, welcomed the naturalization .
naclo Garcia Bengochea. Car-
class, introducing State men Eugenia Garcia Bengo! JEAN SEBERG Je4 ... Nee a IS RESTAURANT i

ten, Ralph Turlington for formal -chea, Perla Puzon Brual Ellen' ROBERT IOSSlN'SLilitl" JAMISDAiaiNFOR THOSE WHO King Mobile Homes

welcoming remarks. ,Vera Maude Mullett, Cornelia Hem of the K. C. Strip and London
We are a unique nation -a Van VeUhuisen, Erie I Frank THINK YOUNG
netting pot of many people," Schrader. James Sheldon Shoemaker STAITSPIIOAVCONMII 4920 N.W. 13th Street Broil Steaks

Turlington explained. "And our Magdalena Cray Junko riANCIS 378.2311 14 South West 1st Shift
strength comes in that we have Warram Shirley Vale Blevins NOT 'OR JUNIOR .. "Looking for Love"

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tiF11JfliJJiT Gators Impressive in 64 WindupBATON

ROUGE La. (AP-. played in three big conference outblocked us and they outtac- Quarterback Billy Ezell add- back Doug Moreau and fullback' to win the SEC scoring\ champUonship

"Thls was our Hurricane Bowl",,. games Ole Miss., Alabama tied us." ed "we just couldn't seem to Don Schwab. with 74 points. His field

said a Jubilant Ray Graves after and LSU." LSU linebacker Ruffln Rodri- click I don't know what it was Schwab gained 136 yards'goals gave him 13 for the season .

his Florida Caters upset sev, The Gators whipped Mississippi gue called It a frustrating experience but we'd better wake up for the rushing to nose out Kentucky's equalling/ the all-time national

televld enth-ranked Louisiana State I and were edged by Alabama. : "I think all of us knew Sugar BowL" Rodger Bird for the Southeastern collegiate record set by

:204. "You've got to give Florida how good Florida was," he said Conference rushing title I Auburn's Ed Dyes In 1960.

> opombers Monday, December 7, 1964 9 We were all kinds miffed'when I credit," said McClendon. "They "We just couldn't seem to get The only solace for LSU came with 683 yards. Someone congratulated Mor.

, no one gave us a nimbi! : made some great catches, they'with tt." In performances by flanker Moreau kicked two field goals eau on the feats after the game.

s and lor a pos season trip," said I"It wasn't worth It," snorted the
causecase Graves. "This made up for It." dejected athlete.

d ; The Saturday night game In IN TECII, TAR HEELS Graves was pleased about the

pre- near freezing weather had orig- way his players shrugged off Injuries

Estes One Time inally been set for Oct. J,. but and played one of their
I 3 evi- was postponed when Hurricane best games.

countIwin.. Hilda whipped Into Louisiana."It Vols 'Cats Face Tests "Did you notice Bill Rich

was one of the greatest bourg was down there first on

, victories we have had In my the opening kickoff even with
minal Gators Won five years at Florida" Craves 1 his bad knee?" Graves said

ipheld said. "Tiger Stadium where By KELSO STURGEON find Florida State at Alabama, shot at Kentucky and its basketball The Tennessee-Tech game will
18 Seniors
n. 15, to hear noise from Associated Press Sports Writer Mississippi! at Centenary and coach of note, Adolph give Coach Ray Mears an indIcation -
you whistle to the end, The two darkhorsea of the Texas at Louisiana State. All Rupp. The Wildcats lost more ot Just how much the Volunteers \. And he went on to praise all
rfed- opening strangely quiet in the fourth .Southeastern Conference basketball games on the schedule are non- than half their scoring punch will miss Danny Schultiplaymaklng 10 seniors who completed their
,i con- Real BigHaving quarter. It was almost like TV race-Tennessee and Ken- conference affairs. when All.America Cotton Nash -a guard who gave college careers Rlchbourg
I I con and Ted Deeken and them the needed last Syd MacLean Dennis Murphy
: with the audio off. tucky-will get an early readingon Tennessee Is fielding one of Its graduated spark they

Court "Our defense was terrific their strength Monday night. best basketball teams in history supposedly have little to take up year. Tennessee's high regarded Jim Bernhardt and Bob Lyle in

it 11, the freeze to Craves pass continued. "Therewas The Volunteers, loaded with this year and has its eye on the that aleck junior college transferRed the line: Larry Dupree Tom
from deep ,
on vie- thawed out sufficiently trusts The Robbins will have to play Shannon, Jimmy Hall Ken Russell
that Is all talent meet big and rugged most pre-season dopsters However no one
the outdoor one, good punt coverage
been Baton Rouge that last the Saturday Gators night, LSU Into, here's the answer night. We controlled the line Georgia Tech In Atlanta and picked neighboring Vanderbilt Baron of the Blue Grass, noting with his back heavily !taped because and Jerry Newcomer in the

rt but not the one put much." Kentucky, which has won 22 to win. The Vols crushed Rich he has many times done his best, of an Injury. backfield.
be wondering about today. pretty
to what you may the feared TigersIn LSU Okay SEC basketball titles since the mond (748 in their opener last when he had the least But most Anyone who thinks KentuckyIsn't "Their leadership was tremendous

fraudInglng In short, the Gators' victory over than the FIorlda-FSU Sunday night, LSU Coach'conference was founded 31 week but will find the going people feel that North Carolinahas dangerous only has to recall this season" Graves said

their own backyard was nothing more Charlie McClendon sat In his years ago, takes on North Carolina much tougher against Tech. enough talent to give Kentucky -'. 1)58 when Rupp was faced There were many stars, too,

;s on 1 game all over again In reverse! So did home looking at films of the at Charlotte. I This is supposed to be the the final examination be-' with the same situation m who return next year.
tanks.olved. LSU muffed a golden, golden opportunity early. that fore the too old. Graham McKeel who scored
movie Other games Monday night year everybody takes a season gets height little depth and limited
the Caters in Tallahassee. Florida then went to work and game on a portable pro- ------ the first touchdown against LSU

1 just plain old-fashioned gave the Tigers a first-class lick jector.'I've. talent and won the NCAA Is a sophomore fullback.: Jack

ing. So did the Seminoles to the Gators. been feeling blue all day championship. He can never be Harper, who caught passes for
Florida rooters a* but I don't feel so bad now" Cross City FSU Bids counted out
And ISO fans react tame way i Again the other two touchdowns, is a
when their team loses a ball game they I. 'ured a certala said McClendon stopping to ten Two Handily junior halfback

victory. They want to throw atones, rather than give creditto his young son Scott good night Wins From Vanderbilt ranked sixth In the Steve Spurrier, who threw a

the other fellow. before continuing. nation In The Associated Press 35-yard st'Urlnglllll. is a sophomore
Going back to the golden opportunity perhaps UF followers "We made mistakes but It I For SEC Berth pre-season poll won Its second quarterback. Allen Tram-

ulaU missed the full importance of the blocked kick. wasn't because we weren't hus- I WillisloiiWILL1STON straight by crushing Southern moll, who threw a 20-yard

; at 6 When tackle George Rice got his big chest In front of tling. At least the boys didn'tquit. Methodist M-87 Saturday nightAuburn score on a fake field goal is a

,rlnerearth Our defense was not as Dish TALLAHASSEE (APMJator) petlng in athletics with any conference also turned In an Impressive Junior defensive halfback

good but our offense even The Bowl-bound Florida State will member effort whipping a good Most of the offensive line will
Co. Bears of Cross City coasted -
s per I though It didn't get any touchdownswasn't WUliston try again next month to crack Under SEC rules an applicant Florida State team 9278.: return although some may shift
bad I first over Saturday
as as night (9-33 for their accentstraight the Southeastern Conference and must be sponsored by a In other games Involving SEC to defense In spring practice.

1 s 1 thought"The left Florida with a this time its hopes are high. conference member. teams, Texas beat Mississippi Graves took a peek ahead to

game victory.The Partisans feel FSU can contribute Mancha said "It Is understanding 9U1, Alabama blasted Southern next year, noting that home opponents .
final 7-3 record and my
season no host Red Devils I till
e Mississippi 102-73, Baylor upended will be Mississippi State
fully as much to the
place to go New Year's Day; were prohibited from U II n |g that one, and maybetwo Louisiana Louisiana
State 84-72, Florida State, North Carolina
I SEC as It would derive In benefits -
LSU finished 7-2-1 and travels 90 schools will drop out of the
who took in the
gridders part The unafilllated Seminoles rolled over Stetson 90-57 Clem- Slate, Tulane and Florida State.It .
down the Mississippi River SEC. And It would to
miles Rainbow Bowl game Friday ai claiming one of the soundest seem me son upset Georgia 72-80 and Tulane will take some doing, he
that this
to New Orleans for the Sugar would Improve our
foot Dunne lion. position slopped Southwestern of remarked, to equal this! year's
the ball as it came off kicker Hal Seymour's stocking Bowl. athletic programs In the coun- even more."
Reml Prudhomme an All-America player mind you; LSU's Bowl Bobby Dodd led the Bean try, have been playing major Memphis (3-71 perfect home slate winning
guard Sugar opponent,
the and Cot He didn't say which Institutions The rest of the week's schedule all five hi Gainesville.
and one or two other LSU linemen swooped on Syracuse also lost its final reg- with 19 points football opponents now for 10
;to ball which was bounding toward the Florida end zone.There's ular season game. bin bad 12. Truby English bad years They will take an 8-1-1 he was referring. to as possible : Other games next year will be
dropouts.The Tuesday Western Kentucky Georgia at Jacksonville, Northwestern .
that One Play Graves said the thing he liked 18 for Williston. season record into the Cator
Only SEC now Ala at Vanderbilt. at Evanston Ill., Mis-
about his club "Is the It Cross City won the B team Bowl Jan. 2 against Oklahoma. comprises
nat _. and only play I Is to try. and way bama Wednesday Sewanee at Ten ilsslppl at Oxford Miss Auburn
Now. I tthi!spick The obvious game 79/! 10. FSU has tried since 1959 to ,Auburn Florida, Georgia,
es the ball up and run Into the end tone for a touch- Kentucky, Louisiana State, Mississippi nessee Arkansas A&M at Mississippi at Auburn Ala., and Miami
into the SEC, now comprising
rm-, down. There is virtually no danger of failing. Here's why. Knicks Lose ?CROSS N.drl CITY!.. l-Mi OvtntrMt Ctriwn' .V4.". W4l...<.. get 11 universities. Last Mississippi State. Tennessee Florida at Florida State at Miami.SOOTNIASTIIe.
tills team's only salvation I M.", awe tab MilMl year
When a pant la blocked the kicking '" none_, OM4. ears, *.., e1NCMr. Tech withdrew Tulane and Vanderbilt. Iowa State at Kentucky Georgia CON.laINCeIrNIN
4ll when
I. Georgia
sera Is to pick the ball up, try .. punt agala at .. ma sp- .-Wi" M l .d. 1541 Slntlntw, sal, FloridaStale' Tulane, losing money on athletics Tech at Mississippi State. ... IN.N1.a.on. .,' ....
.YI the conference : en.AC
from "
first On Tot4l
yardage needed to make a Trip rolnwy .. the last Thursday Phillips Oilers at .
field for the necessary .. NI l aiymr' for admittancedid two years, has W T11 0' ? tTFHOC
rlin. 44l WMttn, M-41 ..-or.... 1541ln.111O request scheduled Auburn, Tulane at North Caro A''_. I 11 144 M H 11 Ml itlorM
down. only three SEC ,. .
games 4 I "Ml 1 M511$1 N
ielr ASSOCIATED PRESS fill Ln'II.' Ttltll. l not to a vole and was
THE come
Had Prudhomme picked up the ball at the eight, run to By l's'. In 1968.! That Is a violation of lina. .0.orgl. 4 i I >l M: u IM .H
fumbled The New York Knicks are .so" deferred to the Atlanta meetingnext t.nNaSe 450 M W l, l 4IU
UF 0.1IW
tackled by a player Saturday-Mississippi State at
the two (let's say), been .0. City It 55 11 IS-al conference rides 111 II 50,51 l>4 MIll4iu
t he and Florida recovered at the one it's still LSU's ball be- firm believers the business of Nose'. 5 I 1 Jan. 27-28 I Louisiana Tech Syracuse at iu.Nr5 11 1 m 11
0/.1,145.1 4 I HUM 4IH4IM
cause it was a fourth down play. the home-court advantage. Everywhere FSU athletics director Vaughn Kentucky, LSU at SMU Tulane .1,0. u. i 11 n in OLIN I4i
lents'ges. ball but Madison Square Mancha said Sunday "we thinkwe .0,000.. 111 n .5.5 5 N inmil
fell the
erred and on IIawthorneBows it Penn Mississippi at Sewanee
But Prudhomme unaccountably I Navy Wins YT.nd: : : seals::I 5 If 5 n I lit::
at the eight where LSU was held and failed to score. Then Garden that II.i would be a welcome addition Vanderblll at Virginia Tech and IMe N

the Caters went 80 yards for their first touchdown and took i At home, the Knicks haven't PROVIDENCE. RI. (AP) -. to what we consider thestrongest 'Alabama at Memphis State ,. i00' 5.N .al.N I .n/.alta
... .
1I command of the game In no uncertain fashion. enjoyed any particular advantage Vavy, a team with a mission and best athletic conference 47-40 .ou,,,..,,.... caN.Iesacut0"w"a 1..M'I, e".I _II III .a.1M41nN.

I Prndhomme said after the game, "I heard someone coming posting a W record. But he: 1964 NCAA soccer champln. In the country. AII _.NewI..b.WIM.1.5OP

I up behind me so I didn't want to take any chances." at someone else's home Forgetit. We want to get In badly andI DUNNELLONHawthorne's 11th-' N ... turn 114 INIHH Earl C. May I

There was no chance Involved, though. Fortunately for They're 0-1 on the road. The Middles won their first think we have the support to Hornets dropped a 47-40 basketball .ew5rn...... N N ,..... SN I ..It tai su 1a _. ... I
turn to make the error. I The St. Louis Hawks were the do this .10. "/ N 1, 0 .IN14 1 r ""
other It till"
the Caters It was the guy's latest to add to the Knkks' road Ale with a 1-0 victory over year. decision to Dunnellors'sTigers v_,,,,,, N .... ... .n 5,05a.5l Th. fqullobl. Llfi Aiiuranc
[RII I l coach Charles McClendon noted LSU wasn't fooled Mancha said FSU Is a big .
LSU Michigan State Saturday. They Saturday night, the tint N .N I I I 0 NT Socl.fy of m Unll t Slobs
I by Florida's fake field goal that resulted In the last Gator woes hustling out to a 11-45 completed their quest after to* school with 13,000 enrollment defeat for the visitors =54 : :: I.5 1 m a I IM./ in w H.",,. O'fli N.., ,.... N.". I

touchdown. "It may not have looked like it," he said "but halftone advantage and coasting Ingln the fil'lalto St. Louis UnIversity qualified In the academic de- Kyle! led the winners with a I,11.0101. : .. FR 2-3576
that faked field goal. This Is in with a 11J-M triumph of ,
we weren't caught napping on a year ago. partment and capable com- dozen points while L. Roland
work week. We use a man-to-man Sunday night.Cincinnati I
something we on every
had 11 and Roof
breaks down, you're In trou- I meanwhile got a
coverage but when one man hit 11 for the THIS! ? N'TUS TRJINECENTRAL
losing Hornets
ble. What made it so effective was the blocking they did 55-point contribution from Oscar
Robertson and Adrian Smith Stops Hawthorn led for a quarterbut
on our safetyman. Michigan HEATING
Also the Steve Spurrier to Jack Harper TD pass of 34 and beat Baltimore 134-113 at the Tigers pushed Into a

yards for Florida's second score was the FIRST (and only) Columbus, Ohio, and Los Angeles 30 22 halftime lead mat the THUMOITATICAUY CONTIOllIB

1 touchdown scored against LSU this season by throw. edged Philadelphia 109-104 Hornets could not overcome HMt4l ..... I.r0' fvil Illll/
Inn. anyone at Minneapolis in the only other First Major Foe The B team game went toDunnelJon CIliN imCUNT .. an.ka, ."..11. soIA

Tribute to UF Fans games NATIONAL Sunday.lAIKITtAlk AIIMMm om.esd, ..d ,...., 5"dale $585
I ITIt ...qN I. ear ...41''''' ee .... .. _
I want to use today's sum-up however to cast another OMIIMWIFrt. OSSMtan I By DICK COUCh: dcrbilt trimmed Southern Methodist I....,.. ,.......,. /r.ra., a na, .L. ......., N. ......? <.". h',..
H < alt TMMt. IM ll"TiM Ti-
tribute to Florida fans, even though they may not have I I** II 4 411.741CMcMMll MPKUMMiKII Associated Press Sports Writer 1087; San Francisco No. ""THONe ....,....,, 4fH IM/ All FOR

come around fully to the fact football teams are so equal / U II JH a I Michigan has survived the ,'. clubbed Stanford 77-M, and = *"rt'I'It'r! I.....IMl, Ol XO m "AMIIICAM.. .
NOT Vim a is M IMW4H4TH ? J I* Ph. 376. "
these days that surprising upsets are going) to be the OI>W4* first summit meeting of the college St John's N.Y., eased by Tern- ....... ., T ONINllCO.. .. .

\ rule, rather than the exception. LM A.4lM w I. 100.55 4 MlM basketball season but pie 60-M. -"I 54 .. 5 th5we5a. Lit..... /...didI I.......
down at balftlme against U W .... W u r r -
Florida IMM
Wbea was way, way (..Mtnwr. II M .... I there'll be no Immediate rest I But St. Joseph's of PhlladeV I
.. Miami, the Gators got a standing evatioa hem tile ..101 MraH I '4 .N''" for the weary Wolverines. phla upended fourth-ranked Davldson .
fans who remained right oa through during the downpow. Mn /roam//,.. C IS ... tMlllMrtlMl
M0000'S .- I Cazzle Russell and Bill Buntin I 7744 while Penn Slats
When LSU came back out for the second half Saturday 111 ...._. MDXrttt No. 1 In TheAssociated stunned Syracuse No. 7, 81-M
led the Wolverines
II* NOT Y rll IN
i night, trailing 14-, Tiger Stadium was quiet quiet, quiet MUM IM, Mil Prwiclic* It Press' pre season and Kansas State, No. I, bowedto

i And in the final quarter. Skin wu the score the 65,001had e........-... sops,a...-'" ratings: past fifth-ranked DukeSs79 Indiana 7470.Threepoint : !;
dwindled to 20,000. This to a four-trip veteran of Tiger If LN/.. nt, NN Yr0 NLa. at Durham, I plays by Darden ,1
Saturday night
I ar.I0M IN e5/I.5NINI 101
Stadium as shocking ss the manner In which Prepared
was perhaps NC. But It took big plays by and Thompson around a Russell
the Caters won the ban game. enabled Michigan to pullaway
New Coach Oliver Darden and John layup I
Was It tile add weather? Don't kid ,"",If. It was a unsung from Duke after the Blue
Thompson in the final minutes Don't Bo Caught
lot Florida football team one time winning big, big NORTHFIELD, Vt. (AP) :.- after Michigan bad blown aUpoint Devils had tied the score W49

big. Joe Sabol has succeeded Bob Bob shot with Off
lead to hold off the on Verge's Jump Financially
Truthfully I thodght it was better than the Alabama Priestley! as head football coach domed Blue Devils. S 08 remaining. HulleD scored

game. You see, Florida lost at Tuscaloosa it Norwich University The Big Ten co-champions are ,21 points and Buntia 17 as the Guard. .

back home tonight against dangerous Wolverines avenged a 1140 loss

Missouri. They'll meet to the Atlantic Coast Conferenceclub -I SAVE FOR

Trenton Cross City Clash third-ranked Wichita next Moo- la the NCAA semifinals

day and play! to the ECAC Holl. last March THE FUTURE
day Festival at New York before Sevead Wla'' i

In Top Area Game Tuesday ence schedule opening 27 For nest a StoBwwta rugged month confer- straight Missouri, topping woe Arkansas Its second 81-71 I

after trailing by four points at p
Wichita, paced by All-Ameri n
Trenton and Cross City, a pair : On Friday Gainesville goes CtaM S 4M C dMM 1 haUtime.
V I. M Dave Stailworth's JT-polnta,
ef unbeaten area basketball to D a J to II to meet highly-I I,- 5 550'Cr. Illinois which had snapped ,
Beach State 114- "ri
." CIty 5 050''swamped Long 5 !f Iat1Irl
teams, clash bead on Tuesday ranked Seabreeze and Iff Dennis If. ...- school UCLA's 30-game winning streak li, rl

Bight ta the Dixie Co. gym to C ltnD. one of tile slate's C_dr.eN, ,1 11.1. 71 setting a scoring Friday night, was ambushed by
I L raw record In ta season opener
one of the highlight games top players. I i=-- n :::,Saturday BightSecondranked SL Louis 744 Saturday. MJUW-
ofj sots which barely missed
week. GreeD
fee I P. X. Yonge win host 550'N. UCLA rebounded
Both the invading Tigers Core Springs while Suit Tt bat =..-. i w: training the pre-eeaaon top ten,
from at
aa epe sing ..
hoot Bears are 2for we year.I borne to Chieflandl aid -.. I :I II and whipped lows State 8141 for Ito .r DIV/OtND/
riddled Indiana
Dixie Co., In fact han't tasted Starke entertains Feroandina I== : I :::1 minols third straight triumph. t tP
"w"" State 112-71; aiitl anked Van-
!ww w i .w,
I defeat to anything this season, Beach. .

I I varsity sporte-wise, as the foot- I Other area games will see ..... I

ban team went 4-L Branson at Taylor High to Pier- 150t0' W.I .. L0'TIN. H Cage Clinic WE GOT 3

Trenton however will rote a son Keystone Heights at Cres I --. -

favorite to snap the string. I lceat City North Mar lea at ,-
atlwM A"N -
Other top games ,111 find Cross City Jasper at Lake Butler P a. r..N.5.I.rF, Changed 0le

i Gainesville !Ugh. M. bat II gJaekaosvllle : Metrote at Bell Cedar Keyat LJoe-ON.r'-LrvT cap SO BIG

I Jackson Tuesday I Hawthorne (this game may 5.0..54carww.0' Boys' Club program director .

I night P. K. Tongs aba 14. be switched to till Cedar Key -"c-If.. -" ...... N5. Chart Dobba said today that '
= the Club basketball clinic 'CAUSE WE c-.4.4

1 travels to Santa Fe where tile door) and Newberry at Trent
M M.rMr
Rebels, J-t wul try to rtfala IIAIII e..,.. featuring former LSU AD- CHARGE SO UTTIEntiticirrom Se.I-A....."'

winning stride The Blue Wave i oaOn Saturday CHS la at bornetoJaduonvfDePasoa .,-_54.:54 ....rNWes' American. Joe Dean .has been C '
favored. Cress c- __ ,. L T.7. re schedule fat Tuesday
I Is ,
... Dee. I, at I.. to avoid .CONO Gainesville Mutual
II Starke makes its aVbot rider City to at Live Oak. Jemfeip,._ -- PJB.
II I ..
Nar N .r conflicts with! the Christ anal It
new coach Bob Paine the plays at Lake Butler, May goes C., ..
I Tornadoes play at home Toes to Bed and Newberry Y ate = = Caw Cieau4..x Parade and the Florida nubaa1dbd &.:1t. IUILDING sod LOAN ASSOCIATION >
M 10 eMNINw
fey night with Lire Oak. 50550cr tea.Chinks ..... K ...... AI aaIIYIM
win held
be latardayDee.l2.forbvjt7ltatl
Tuesday win e 217N.L 1e15h..t -
Other games IA ..-... -.. III ,_ HO MO CM4ICI
find BeD at Salem, CakCand so u TO JA* Aiafoat "..... II 6.41171
w L 154I ,- .. .--. ant. (or 7 and I year elds;
at Cedar Key, Bald wla a a caw tad s N fee.. n -1644
Keystone Heights! at Meirese"I+ 0- a _er.a5 sIwL "'L-. IIX am for land 11 yet em 6.241 f --
and JUwberry at North Uarte.,OVa. 5 .w,=".. I elds. I ,


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Gainesville Sun Monday. December 7. 1964 I


I The Wrights i! Cardinals Have Chance to Win Title I

Do As ..
Right ay HAL BOCK ball variety Instead of baseball Should the Browns win Saturday [more's 11-game winning streak Cleveland's title drive. Johnson we deciding points.

I Associated Press Sports WriterIt The Cleveland Browns had a Sunday's game betweenthe 31-14, Pittsburgh topped Wash completed 15 of 22 for 167 yards. Rookie Jack Concannog

City Keglcrs wasn't so very long ago that chance to wrap up the Eastern Philadelphia Eagles and St. ington 14-7, Philadelphia Lou Croza kept the Browns In sparked the Eagles' victory

the St. Louis Cardinals were title Sunday but lost to St. Louis Louis won't mean a thing. But a downed Dallas 24-14 and San the game, booting four field over Dallas, completing 10 of 2t
vitally concerned with what 28-19 allowing the Cards to Giant victory could give the Francisco defeated Los Angeles passes including two TD'..

IY JACK HARRIS. New went York on in and Yankee It will Stadium be that In lead.creep Cleveland within a half visits-game New of York the'Cards the crown If St Louis 287. Saturday it was Green Bay goals.The Giants who handed St.I John Brodie threw a pair 01
gets by the Eagles the following 17, Chicago 3. and held and
losses an
way again next Saturday.This Louis one of its passes aggressive!
Saturday and the Giants
Right or wrong, these Wrights, Phyllis and Bob, time it's the National strug- day. Charley Johnson keyed the the Cards to a tie in their other San Francisco defense stalls
gling through dismal
are all rhrht. Football League's Eastern Division after three a season The Giants lost their ninth in Cardinal triumph, pitching: two game, showed signs of We Los Angeles as the 49ers reversed

Phyllis had a slight Injustice done to her by the title going up for grabs and straight Eastern. 13 games Sunday, bowing to touchdown passes and running against Minnesota Clarance an early season loss
of her highest and only series sil1o c: again are a vital Minnesota 3021. In other short yardage for two more returning
lack, of publicity the Cardinals will be the foot- factor Eastern race.peared Childs raced 100 yards
over 600, a 620.! This wad brought to my attention by games, Detroit ended Balti. scores as St. Louis stalled a kickoff for a TD and Gary SUN HEADLINE:

Pat Dees df the Gold Coast Restaurant or Mrs. Wood handled the New York

Wright bowlers would unnoticed.have gone down. with other struggling AFL EASTERN RACE TIED offense adequately. I Holiday Traffic

Tarkenlon SparklesBut
But both Bob and Phyllis. natural routine with four- scrambling Fran Tarkenton Deaths Reach

have come Into their own in. step footwork. tossed two TD passes and
the past few weeks, Bob winning Regardless of what style Is Oakland Fred Cox kicked three field Record 54t

the 3-8-9 men's division. finally found best, or at least Upsets Buffalo goals as the Vikings came from

handicap Thanksgiving Jamboree workable, one thing must unfailingly behind to win it. I CHICAGO (AP) The na
of Tournaments with a be followed; that's the ... three TD tion's 554 traffic deaths during -
T81, and with Phyllis shooting push movement of the [ By BOB GREEN to be Milt Plum the extended .
away a knockout blow to ;have knocked the Patriots rlghl t: In the five-year history of the as the Lions ended Balti Thanksgiving
her first 800 set. ball out front at the Associated: Press Sports WriterIt Boston's passes weekend
straight of
North Carolina hopes an Eastern ,back Into the driven seat AFL with a 38-3 romp over New more' win streak that started was a record
Bob halls from Ohio. They pins.Without was'only fitting and proper. Division title In the American The Raiders' Tom Flores did I York In the only other league the second week of the season.I for the 102-hour: holiday pe
and Phyllis\ push away the ball Back In October the Oakland Football League. riod.
to Willis- Job this time, hitting Art. game played over the weekend. scored the winning
trails Pittsburgh
made separate must be carried back, away Raiders, with some last-minute And now, with some last- Powell with a touchdown
ton where they met, were married from the body, out of the heroics delivered what sp minute heroics, the Raiders with three-yard only four '. Boston's Babe Parllli passed touchdown midway in the final Don't You
and moved to Gainesville. 'groove. It Is clear the baK I seconds for 300 yards and three touch- period and then halted a last-'

Subsequently, there carne the from the outside position will left and boosting Oaklandto downs in leading the Pats to minute Washington drive for its Be A
of little feet, whichin U. S. a 18-13 victory over Buffalo their victory. Ed Brown's 47 yard
pitter-patter either whack an ankle at the Team Wins Cup Sunday. key victory. A 29-yard
turn started Mrs. Wright on foul line or be delivered to the Boston had been touchdown pass to Art Graham pass t) Gary Ballman produced StatisticBring

the road to become one of the left, of the head pin. KAANAPALI Maul Hawaii struggling broke a 17-17 tie and put Boston NATIONAL FOOTIALL LSAOUIiotltm I
and desperately to catch
In Gaines stage, a two-way tie at the : up ever Conform
top women bowlers Push '. away creates swing, (AP) The Canada Cup, em71st hole It since Mike Mercer kicked a 38- ahead to stay. W t" M. PSI 0' your car In to one
a grooved arc, accuracy and blematic of world was Nicklaus 276, San :CltvoKnl Psi 710 361 m of the most well-equip.
ville.Wright supremacy of. d yard field goal with five seconds: Diego totaled 466 yards on 51 Lout 525 TV 371 IWMl
been periodicbowler Palmer .
has a several control. And It Is therefore the professional golf, will reside for Z7Bthe left In the October clash when offense against the hapless Jets :WoiMnglM"lltiburjH 11 : : 170 WO rI; ped broke shops in the
7 Ml
for the past principal check point not only fifth straight year la the More than 7,000 fans, largest Oakland tied the Patriots 43-43 and scored the first three timesIt I'h1/.d.1,01./ 550 :315270511D.IL. : Gainesville area and
years. His Job as body hop for the veriest beginner, but ,, 1 1 I ,JJJ 23] 17S a .
Chevrolet States. turnout for golf In the history of and appeared to knock them out got Its hands on the ball. John :'4,05 "art 155 111 HI 147W3
foreman at University for the seasoned bowler II ,........... I
the And the International Trophy the Hawaiian Islands, swarmed of title contention. completed 15 of 17 passesfor FREE BRAKEINSPECTION
has kept him from W L T Pct. 0'
bowls in well. Fall to push the ball I belongs for the second succes- over the par-72 Royal Kaanapali They finally overhauled the 240 yards and two touchdowns 1 3.040," 11 t. .011 31) 2011i'H. !
lanes. He presently away and you're In trouble. Ins 0 0 0 .611111
League on the live year to Jack Nicklaus. golf course. Bills by beating Kansas City 31- :\ 7 5 1 314 211
the Industrial New Toruney 12 1 5 5 ..., 154 U3
24. That left Buffalo I)"roll
Chevrolet team-who This was the setting today It had with a 10.2 AMUtlCAN. POOTIALL IIAOUIIlltorit SAVE HERE -
University Stop, Look and ReadThe long since been recogas I:0' AnO I. 5 7 I 417 ISt m.hle..o
I record and Boston at 1021. The Dlvtilon'Suffil 500 MI M 131it It.built; G.n.r.tln,
else. Phyllis\ a housewife i Boomerang Marthon Singles Is : two man teams from 32 nanlzed! that the United States had W L 5,0.4.0!I.. Friitclico' 1 t 0 .301 2n :303 0e 5'....,. FIPumps.
l leagues, the lions, plus Hawaii and Puerto the Canada Patriots are Idle this week, "* 10 JO ./3) :3u lot lotvnliylSroon 1..11
in two Cup tucked .
1\ set Dec. 13. Ten games across away. ,while Buffalo has with Mien It 21 .'33 351 J73 C lay 17 cmeogo 3unO.Y' W.t.r Pumps. Clutch Disc' ,
\ UCWL on Phllpott's Sport In g 10 lanes, 70 cent of 200 J Rico, dispersed after giving the The American team compiled a game Now,,. .York I 41 .451 344 M 1..11. red P..ur. Plat/.
r per I Denver. N ,
olorful Isle Regardless of the outcome I 10 0 .147 JO Kl Loull 31 Clovolomt If
al l in
Goods team and the Boy average you must have s the Pacific a 5S4 strokes with Argentina next W.d00 bio*. I'tlllMlnM'' > 14, 0.11. 14trolt
!show never forget. I of the Bills' game with WLTP..P1.op0.n >, II, Slltlirw. MIMI
League. Gainesville they'll at 565 and South Africa third
Poultry Association card to 1 Denver, the Eastern title 11119. a s I .727'" tJO frorelKO, 10 Lot Angoloo 7
r Their statistics are four children be eligible, Two shifts Sunday Nicklaus staged a rally made with 568. goes K..... City' S 7. .A17:1tIt: : ) MlnnoMfo\ M Now York 21 ImBD
c in the line In the final OttlontfDonvor .7 t .36' HIJO .
of IttlBurfi 14 WoiMngton 1
; Phyllis and Bob's high! Dec 5 and 9 p.m.I I famous by Palmer, coming 5l .111 No.r ', ....
r 13 p.m. The spotlight was on Palmer I the regular season, Boston at 5,....,. 2tJt' ., 'onl."I 0.
I games, respectively, are 2M first place' $Zoo; 2nd place torn six strokes back of Arnie and Nicklaus, who later offered I Buffalo. Baton II, IC..... City M itvoltrrf Now...YorkNort ...,.. annoIroon FH RAN,ADJUST/HINT
and 187; high series, 620 and starting the final 18 holes. Son Dlogo M, Now York 5041usd C Biy ot Los Anoolnrllnnoiotl .
$100 3rd place $50 high setout "
; ; some friendly criticism, or ad- The San Diego Chargers M, 1uCa.IS .> CMcogo s. SUf H loppln. '-
500. Phyllis placed in the singles of the money, first shift At the finish, In which a three- vice, to the sponsoring Interne- trapped up the Western title Kin,.. No.( luirtoif.. OWIM hll.dnmlo'"" ot SI LoullMtliborok 'HQNE II. 4'7

and doubles at the wom only $23; Entry fee $10; for way. deadlock was broken at one tlonal Golf Association. I helr:: second straight and fourth ,Oft./.. 'b::.:....Dingo .:i... frncltct, M Oolloii ot Dotrolt ]1"" M t" 5. Gi""yjllt.
en's state tourney last year. more Information get a set of 101. York l "ou. jrothlngtMi ot Boltlmoro

Other hobbles of the Wrights the rules at Palm Lanes desk.

:I. are ing.In Softball all due, fishing respect and to hunt Mrs. Bowling Notes Come look them !

Wright, it is the first time 1 over

was stymied by the description Bowlers notes and antics:

of the type ball she rolls.It Practice bowling Dec 13, next

could be called a dlpsy Sunday. Three games for $1,

doodle ball but ss Phyllis 2 p.m. to S p.m. Restricted
Phyllis states," It looks like a only to those who have bowl-

left hand bowler's ball thrownby Ing problems and would like Come them out !

a right hander. Still, she Joe Quattro, Palm Lanes man try

has a good average from 169 ager, to spend some time with

t'' to 180 and this is excellent in them to Iron out their problems
anybody's league. for better bowling.

Bowling- key Huey winner Beard was another tur They're in our showroom now-.ready for you to see and drive. So come

I, Bowling Hints hints from Jack: mese Barry the, past Hill"Biebel rulers challenge and of Joe the board S"Kingof o m-, on in and get the full story on the beautiful new Chevrolets for '65.

I Regardless of style, push-away were beaten by Shufford Cagle 1
be out Bowling
must straight
and Joe Balogh 1183 to 1049.
!i form cornea in so many patterns Miss Milar, UF women'sbowling
that Is always
Instructor, would like
interesting always a test by for It to be known to whomIt
trial. Some bowlers take oat-
may concern that the UnI-
urally to an erect stance. Others .
versity bowling classes have
get Into stride more 1 bowled 136 extra paid for lines
from crouch.
smoothly a
'after classes compared to thecost
Some three step others four,
of one game a day per
and still others five.
student. These same you n g ,
We begin with a straight-up :
bowlers come to the lanes during
stance erect, shoulders,
squared -
] the week at nights and
feet In line That's the.weekends.The .

.Thanksgiving Jamboree

Yulec TopsKeystone of Tournaments did not go over '65 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Coups
too well, because of the out-of- ,

town tournaments. The lanes ,

were gracious enough to honor

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSThe the prize distribution. The winners :
were: Mr. and Mrs. Billy ,
Keystone Heights Indians Johnson (scotch doubles); 65 Chevrolet
dropped a 72-54 decision: to a Bob Wright and Edna Jones
strong Yulee flye Saturday
((36-t; Harvey Thomas and
night In their opening basketball Alice Reach: (no tap). The dal-
game of the season winners It'f a longer, lower, wider, roomier, quieter swankier shoulder
ly Chuck ,
on Friday: more room, more leg room up front and
Strickland led Yulee with 32 kind of Chevrolet. Impala series) with the look of hand-rubbed walnut
Beneath its
Morris (34-9)) ( clean-hewn lines
; Gary Elzey no more foot room too. Also curved aide windows and '
points while Robinson: had 13 tap); F. H Collier and Har- you'll find richer more comfortable interiors-with a new instrument panel that'a finished More 65 models are on the way every day. And
and Taylor 12. Gary Ceo per vey Thomas (scotch: doubles); (in the we're itching to show them off.

poured In 22 for Keystone and On Saturday, Mrs. Griffis and

Stefan Brokas had 17. Elmer Broadwell ((3 I 9)); 4u
The B team game went to Gladys TUIls and Jim T ro g-

Yulee by a 53-24. margin. don (no tap); Lunn and Billy
YUlie T"' .... ..lli imio tIt 0 Johnson
(scotch doubles). On
Mil""' .'.h "'"''ft""'_. tRokmoon. -.,*,
4-1.111 J...... .l.ll {llrkllon, Sunday, Edna Jones and Jim
..... .
It-l-n IIIVITONI T. *-*Oo'of. tt-tl ......... Duke ((3-t-i): Alice Reach and I
"'.';, ItuclWlw. l .tl Woorfc '.1 P,
.Harvey Thomas ( ) Dar-
01_ ..,. H.... no tap ;
044Nu.ryN,.. roll Rohn and Alice
Icon Bile
,.... ... ,
I. w1 II s
Keys,.,. 11 11 It II M (scotch doubles).
-- \ Kt

: Long gift list? ;ST 0 I

"II't1'! A' w Cortair Corso Sport Coupe ,

Get in HFC Shopper's Loan | 5g

I' With mwwy tram NFC:, y.ti un |tvwy '

.ii4) en yvur allt IM a (MCWholMty. 65 Corvair

i i t And ywi can MV kyPWlMt

J ahepplea..., MMi tuof'

where yau have sharp Mraunti.N .
!I M| January Mlh, either, It'a racier looking, quick steering, BUm stopping there's a sweeter riding Independent

iniuil Ittimft lab I... ....'r* flatter cornering, roomier riding kind of Corvair. system, bigger self-adjusting brakN. suspension ISO hp available in the new top-at-tht'-tine Conas-

year eenwl.NMSp.S. Beneath the longer wider new Body br Fisher, live steering and lI'idtr rend more 'up follow 140 hp in the Monu and SOO models. J tu1L
.tance. And
.fee .n year ftMdI, brrew with ......... to the enthuaiaata-to our ahowroom.

heew Uenen...ld n--

Borrow up t. $600 More to see, more to try in the cars more people buy

.:'. L Tali up to 24 months t. repay Choose a new Chevrolet Chmtte Chevy H Con-air

or Corvette now at

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Monday December_7, Ho4 Gainesville_SUM--. IIYE .


a J I ,,!let', y**. (...., for S s...- I NI6HT! nOTTT K rINIraF

Call a Misdeal! ml ".". "rt" M Ahbr, !.. I3O ec

a.".." Hilb, Coll.. *0112. ...*

9 1M..... p1rJJ..a.1 00..1 .e.
Van Burcn -
Abigail ,. .,.. A11y ........ ore _II. .

DEAR ABBY: While a senior it the university last year, ssdlitfe son-in-law's threat and assure him that, true or BRIDE THESE FLOWERS GOO'HIM WOW1IMARit1'f.MUP.SAMU

I ell In love with another senior. We were married In July false. II means nothing to yen. Second, both of yea tell the WE1L1'FlNISHLINEAN06ST1AN'YU'KIN W1ARR'fW SOMEONE THROWEPMJfftlf a tit.

and I agreed to take a job on campus to help put my son-iii-law that until and Inl... he surrenders the picture u5 UD AAARRYIN'SAMq -
husband through graduate tchooL I became suspicious whenI and drops Ihs blackmail there will be NO father at family 50019 ASa J
never saw him studying and he appeared so nonchalant gatherings where the soa-lo-lnw is present
about finals that I checked up on hun. I found out that S .

while I was working like a horse, all day he was playing DEAR ABBY* I don't agree with your advice that a d
bridge. Then I discovered that he wasnt even registeredIn nursing mother should get out of sight and nurse her babyin
the university! He says he loves me and if I give him private. Ninety per cent of the people don't even notice a a e
another chance he'll enroll next term and make It up tome mother nursing her baby and those who do are only admiring -

and give up bridge entirely until he's finished with the mother for the wonderful thing she Is doing. ,
school. What do you make of this and what should I do? So I say that when a baby is hungry, feed him, no mat- caa." .

STUNNED ter where you are.I '( 'I :::.....=
DEAR STUNNED: Let's just say yir husband finessed am the mother of two and I nursed both my children )
your Jack! Give him another chance. But save your heart wherever I happened to be and thought nothing of
and lead with a club If he cheats again it. That Is what God gave women breasts for-not to hold WHY DON'T YE / I ONOeRSTANOHE ''
their dresses out KNOW WHAT Z I TWO THREE BOXtS
: My husband and 1 have been wry hap- ON HAND JEfcT '
married for TEXAS mM. ASTORE-80UGHTEN / HICKERSON ? IN CAaE t iTtaER !
pily many years. I am his second wife. His FRECKENRIDGE,
first wife died and left him with three small children.She e o Tvu
had been gone a year when I met him. All the chil- DEAR ABBY: What Is a girl supposed to do when aboy'
dren are married now. friends are so loyal to him they won't ask the girl he

A few days ago his daughtit'i husband showed me a picture Is going out with for a date? Here In Morrero, La., whena
of a little! girl and said she had been fathered by my girl goes out with a boy twice In a row everybody considers -
husband while he was in the service In another country them going steady. I have tried to spread It around

about 20 years ago. (llo spent four years there.) I was that we are not going steady and I am eligible, but It does
shocked. The, planning to confront my husband n't do any good. What Is a girl supposed to doT Sit home Z
with this In the presence of the entire family when we get every weekend? Please put this in your column. I know en
together for the holidays. My husband had a heart attack many girls at school with the same problem.
last year and I'm afraid he might suffer a setback.. He Is ELIGIBLE BUT NOT ASKED

now 62 years old What should I do? DEAR ELIGIBLE: Traditionally, the mss does the aik-
CONCERNED unless .to be knows female COMI LIDS 'DieDOCTTNi "Ty Ta o5PlriTME N T1 BIZ
big so yea want as a predatory LUOWIOt oorPROM X AM COCTCR FPOCT MOM
DEAR CONCERNED: Pint, tell your husband of the sit home and wall t* be anked. It's a nan's world. ) GAQe DENY -flee rU THe aTAl'sDR Tile STAT PIFVW7TMP.NT.



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and who shouldbe -- -
Children the store, ID Jack La Lame -
"Concord. Tony Sa I. representing the plaintiff TUESDAYHoning 1:11 O Focus Jlle..fJ [ ; .: RIALLY 1c NDNetr HAVE HOTHINITO 'eviIA4 MY AGf. N/tDY/ THAT hlOMt1NIW4

tan's guests re enact but Walter's son In and Afternoon 0 Spanish -. Two NM lUli A A10fT LN10vAal !AY YOU CIOSL n RLADY! AHEAD THAT NM TOet TO ADMIT WE!PRtRPIOf LVLN InOUR7tLYtS1
the events leading to the law Bob. I:" O Sunshine Almanac 1MID (Color) Let a Make L VISIT, 0.5.05-AND ITS SMELT OP HAyt IUSINtf4 OONC ..r4AVct "
American Revolution. HUB Alfred Hitchcock I:11 O Alamse A Deal Mu TO pIMT THAT I IROLONd MATTLRS m toOK /
nes wExrtillbTSNENTUALW
(B Movie"Winchester Barry Nelson and Lola O Sunrise Semester O Humanities C-ll CRLATC TUwuiHL CRY 11
'73." ((1950)) Albright In "Misadven 1.8 O Living Wtrds OAs the World Tarsi 10 rRCetwsr ""' 10s'' COUSIN _
Crooked traders, the U.S. tur.." O Science Aafl
I:>> O World ClvUlsaaoaIB C
Cavalry, bank robbers, O Slatlery's People 1U OD News r
and Indians are all Involved Question: Which One Gospel Maite I:" O Password )14 I +

when a prize rifle Has the Privilege" Capital I.4S O PHOT'S Study D 09 Loretta YonagO I ) Itj
Is stolen. James Stewart, newsman Frank Had- ID HI, Neighbor Slga Off

Shelley Winters, Dan cliff break a story Implying I:M O Farm sad Home 2:31IID.cteiO .<.... I .,4tK
Duryea. (Two hours) that someone who 7:" O 09 TMlar
'7:310 M Bristol Court had knowledge of Hou s e O Local News, Weather
}:M O 09 Another WuidO t
O Touch of Fame committee decisions 0 n I.M O Ranger Hal
Edgar Allen Poe Tht highways took a bribe. To Tea the Truth
T.M O Loral News, Weather
Other Side of Violence." When Radcliff refuses to I.H O News ll YOU NOT*WA S Y NKK. 9 WO ANP Ml THAT Mf 1 ANe Mp1Nal MICaMAYta iou
Court I:" O Captain Kaagane That I AM Now \ MVUX ws :A* CHIP W Neo SV MM T iwe., wos' Marna anewTHATMAJMTy.
1:000)00 reveal his for the t.M O Color Yea BestSay
source ( ) q Jilt mss* M I CA1tMTNa SAII.Y T"uC1 ** p.Mh4 pip M MOT sw ,y T"sia LAM UA a
O I'" Got a Secret Item, he faces loss of I:N O Divorce Court :,. M OVHTV A SMTH. w ma PAOT wAe >C e TKIMCHNINOl w"ale weNA1A' M1ANa
O Bachelor Father .1 o My / JT so. sore.., vs. 's-nut'
Feature a Night
O Film his press credentials. Edge
I::31 O M Bristol Court m Day .( lafsnyDocumentary D (Color) Romper Bees 09 Popeys's Pale" I
O Andy CrlffltJaMountalleer I:>> O Jack Beaay 4:" B Match (Special)
Brlscoe Darling O Jack La Laaae Q Com Storm i a..1.
believes In early engagements "December 7, the Day of II:" B Make see let Daddy OD Woody Woodpecker

so he decideson Infamy" la a new exploration O News 4.a B News -

a betrothal for h 1 I. of the events leading fl Arithmetic 4:. O Leave ItTi Beaver a /
baby granddaughter up to the Japanese attack O Cameras Please B Best .. Grown r rI

and Opie's the lucky man. : on Fear Harbor In II.M B D What's This.." 09 Movie w1'i I i

Guest cast includes D. 110 1* 1. Starting with 1130, Q I Love Lacy "Blood On the. Mooa" 2g ; i \\iA


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Helots: might cause someone to trip. Dear Melon( : ly before applying pest.lyseee I
beautiful but take fet I work for a chain of hotel 1 Jiy
Class doors are 1 And. :SEVER It 'I.tea A
they can be dangerous! It Is granted that the door la open'! spartmenu and here to the way 0 A.t'w .
sometime difficult to tell -Walked THRU on.!" .e mil plaster for palch-pUa-. Dear Heloue: i I

whether the door Is open or I bate ken 'to k*..f where !ter Ing: Wild buns or bread have r si

closed and many people !have srUfkial beOerfliei (bovgbt al One part lime (regular fov rises! for baking, brush Ike r'- _
ink I two plaster 01 parts
tried to walk through a closed parts '
the dime store) have keeiuprd and jot a small pmch of cream tope with milk and then spri(*
May I suggest some P** to the door ... they 01 tartar. I':Uo with poppy seeds W If n ,- ire vsaa se Tt A1 lI/e _3U*, Y** o*seiAwr! THUS) B0 =
were .-aWe..u. "' w wee S saw WP An'JI cessi so wsT a tei /churn Hn on-se Aril Alafw.v R slaT
cautwM that can be take to After adding enough water to lint se. The seeds will! aol. 'r. aSettelaeerwrrtw sneer JsA..Tt+a, piona < rnt lAO IP wrrs MOT
.., arttHrW Ky taped make ft the coasMtnry l m/LTMAT r SA, MS 4CA4
prevent accidents proper taO off. Ass rwo soy TNIC CAA. IoAN tM AT t'Ne1saslArw CooncAri
Put attractive decab ea the sense the MIMSI *l .M dine about Lb pancake hatter I r 1D Ws? Jti AAip M.ay1IrTAU PaI04 t+D sine MfVV 130 Mlav we w ucLhww! high sad ef the sldrs to aft yi! THCI add the pinch of cream PaulineDear : Aavas w w4 t,4 ,Or nos(*,r ctrww saea ,' \ -
door at two o o L r
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level, etaert, ..... a* IboocJtk I :
enough to be lint by an adult, of tartar Wtthout the cream all HrloiHI ,: aces vas.uArTlMIT
hy w. grcwtog ks a plan* tartar fee will get hard !
and another at a child's eye plaster
I write narketinf Pita M 1LOQNep
too qurtly. I I I my :It VCLssS'ci'C
fcveL NEVER have throw rugs Is I rtIf yea are having a hint>, After jva have potdMd the seed 1IIftI toc*, and thru carry S 104 PE.Z.* I 'h .

front of a glass door because fay party tor a...H thU*, cractj to the wan and smoothed ; borne my tracfiag: rtamps to 1 wi&PTA:;:etY 1
there to always the poatihihfyof tape Joins. to law >.. N*Ii M out with a travel take the ....... -f
sCppmg .. the rug and aO- oary to II aarart**. hot to aintn I a pull .brash It bs p every I tt keeps the stamps Intact amUl -
tog against die ***. Along lilt taee lessee rtl .tier sad go the piaster s r-I
same to*, always be rertaa dies di see willlMt ........r Then lIu"the fnwtI aid I I PI atouDd tatpastiaf then

there are no toys or other at. shoot where they are fotof! same out the plaster agaoxlH J'at boots. t
tw sat UN door wild l I BCLOB: eke pi.atlt., compktev I Heleaa r...... .. -


12 Gainesville Sun Monday Ltt>..._r t, I..<*

HELP WANTIDMumoty It-Wtrl Wnfto) '** '1..Iderl. .

( I Chiefs CLASSIFICATIONINDEX .lr eTis Y 10./1./ womon I. ,
Defense 1 EXfERIENCU CURl IiIRI.I IM ell,...... and d* llohl 5:0'
Big-2 NOWIS A..." Ie In ratiir fir ....//1 oalary, piui
Pwnaty Plootouronl room and. board.. Phono PR. I
WANTED l.porloi' lor on .. .".... I Would 'Ilk. Ilouor.pln, .,10 ahNrl.
To Stick Around .
I L. werL P.rM..ny / Nri 1
TalksToday ANNOUNCIMINTS W. Univ. Ay*. work, .......41',2611.l
Wanted. .lody I* Ovals' and con IX
I till........ 4 ...... old. eooy Ki oichoneo tit, U Sck.*lo ft Irwtrucliono
WASHINGTON (AP) The! ping out. He Is nearing the end I (.... M flunks froo room and. ....,... Apply HI.
N e a"t, A."UI.U HOWelL I 'U.'N' ULLILlii
Defense Department team of[ of l his fourth year as secretary s "M a Pom RIAL ISTATI .)lAM

top civilian leaders headed by, of defense still well short of the 4 Pononoitrod lorvtcoo M.1. N.Ip W...... NOW POP.CLASSES Ml NO, II9INNINO'

Secretary of Defense Robert S record of 56 months set by I 5 IPOClOt,,-. Mormon NotlCMIPtarMl LOCAL ITOKI II nalloool co. h.'. lot Loucn ,.... T..... .....,..
Wood' ottondont 111 W. Urlly Avo M 4.310
McNamara Is expected to remain Charles E. Wilson In the Eisenhower oaonlng ond for. *ins n* rollll too olwo. NIGH iCNOOIN

intact at least until mid- administration i S ...., Illton CMId' Ct .' PJooulromontli' ago 1540 nlonoclwol bay. h. _.... A M.r kin
By JOHN At HIGHTCmER to. oollogo amorrod. 7.N1. ......
1963 Piano T. 4. Ant; smile, oood. .."". moknuroneo I al1NM1'sass.:, -
AP Special Correspondent The only member of McNa.I Ttiin** T* ... hooollilliotlon *:"

WASHINGTON (AP-Prim) McNamara reportedly I mara's top group to resign ref lion, ear paid. vocotlon bo .:.vlll.atolodwltMn '0.* Real Estate Exam
trolnod and may
Minister Harold Wilson was to discussed with key members o t cently was Thomas D. Morris THE Nortnlooton PUrM..*. COUPJM

present to President Johnson today his team his wish that they stay assistant secretary of defense AUTOMOTIVIWAlrplono Coll "" 4H4IRITAIL ATTINO NW oik Plrol.,MMon. toll' IrooUH irtmjIHOP.THANO .
........ oh point and .
new British proposals for, on and see the Pentagon's programs for Installations and logistics llao.RMl, cdylnt. ormononl umploymonl.Apply INOLISHCIvM

organizing a nuclear weapons, through'the Congress I He will be succeeded by Paul 71 Tracks. Mr MM. 1 ot HIS W. U.Iv.l_Ayo, Mrvlco. CouroooOiowl TrolnlngiKrotorlol /

fore within the North Atlantic next session. They were said to I Ignatius, who is being promotedfrom TfTrucM Wontod 812 ROUTE TRUCKSALESMAN lUilNUI Now' PormlntHOWILL -
N Trxtara
Treaty !Organization. have agreed undersecretary of the M Traitor ftontoloMMotorcyclot 4 Truck Rontob. 111 W. Uniy." ..... PP. "]ioy.If .

US. and British officials were This is taken to mean that Mc, Army. | (CM)*.* ,WIle noodo manoy and. won" todhard 5.wakf .* Pln. TotchortOvlll "
hour Irtvn
hopeful for early agreement on Namara himself intends to re A change In the military high TIME M Automobile RoinII wor Long*. Roqulrao truck drhrhi -
"'-I.... Mlllng and. oorro maws. labor. "AND noCHW' M.mber
main In office at least that long. fir IMM *
of M.slc Teats
the rough outlines a com command will come In early Mon rnurt Kava lull andloto Aim.
mand and control system, Associates said they had been Portion ft IMF, CM N ....,. Routs ooloo' Will Moch .toglnnort' ., odvoneodotudonto
February when Gen Curtis E. V AWN Wee porionco hotprul", but oat noetooary. of ony ago Itudlo contlocatKl. .
which would then be negotiatedwith unable to detect any signs thatUcNamara LeMay retires as Air Force Call Air. We Into*, Hoik 4MHM tr in5
West Germany and other Is thinking of step-(chief of staff day* II Inn noon ton., Goinotvlll I 4 AMI.: fir t tttor.ylow AMt .. 21 Livrnftch SupthoiPMX

Interested Allies : Gen. John P McConnell who EDUCATIONAL ATTENTION CATTLEMEN

The Johnson-Wilson confer.j has been the Air Force's secondIn II MMOU ft InotnictlMI Apply" DISHWASHER'1* aonan to WANTED WonMrlwn* I'"tch II,," by banMrow nil"'I'5 5raln. 1r' ..,in.wllh I.CpA M.
core will continue through Tues 1 'Rights Up command since midsummer, TO Male wonfod-lnolructlon. OonclntN oitouronl 5Nn.WATCNMAKER. 14 IW 111 It Kohlnd .Jots miM T"10..1 Elwd aonoinlcll, Celt,._Sup.,e." N.

is likely to succeed LeMay. ttool worklntcondltlono '....,..
day.The EMPLOYMENT ""r \ mutt b. ouporlancod. ftlinowllle/ Aleck"
if NRIXi1i *
will then meet
President Adm. David L. .
: To Citizen'MIAMI McDonald will II ,...... Hell Wanted and bow Plo. llconoo Mr. tuckor lit NW 10th It37S.J454
with Soviet forelgit Minister finish a two-year term as chiefof Jowolry J. M FoUo, 441 JIM
II Mali' .
HUf Wonto ..... .
10 CALVES be* .
US lob
Andrei Gromyko on Wednesday: BEACH (AP) The naval operations In June. He II N.I,..- ... or '...... VIM Itor or of 1 Iwno l colloctlonl wlHl. IMo Ipotllthl.""guUIH' o, DRIVE-IN GROCERY Corlton, Dolry Perms. Inc., How*
That meeting will afford Johnson probably will be given a second M loloo Holt. Wonlod Urnteilfln. tally MANAGER TRAINEES Ihome, .
an opportunity to stress to I work of local groups provides term. It Wort Wint*. ".....* full IMitif Knit' INo for lovoly ira roro oolly,tnt- o feMutl-cliol- Moia, :IS It WANTED 50 for monaeor train tin

the new government in Moscow. the single most important key I GET V Work Wines MOW Miss K" Sly ....- kolitw.Pomrn ..011...... with JocII_', MinnMorkoto. JO PITS b SUPPLIES
to avoiding racial discrimination"and Otherwise, Gen. Earle G. ,, lili. MrKikm 1 two HIM.TMrlyHvo Paid Katie and am
his view that the projected: auto bi calm lor WittMttnl or rrinto bonofito w nm ouwlllod. CHIHUAHUA P.IO"" Axe; rog
all its attendant evils" Wheeler is only a few months "" KM II MM. for weftpottorn Pram morrlod mon, toll" Reedy to go. S3)R .
NATO nuclear force opposed into his term as chairman of the FARMS fr LIVISTOCK for Itf-cltM molllno or* II.... ....,toy_ only' Stortingoolorloo E. GREGORY
by the Soviet Union will not said LeRoy Collins former Floe OMclol hondllng. lone n LouroMDoowr for .....'_ oooMtont Pliori Ida governor and head of thegovernment' Joint Chiefs of Staff. The same M Porm laulRmoMv ftilnowlllo, tun> N....,. .....eo... oig o WOOD. and leeatalnc.d -POR SASS I thorough brod -
lead to the spreading of nuclear croft Owl' P. O IM 411 Old' manoaori 113100: Porwaok : .
Community Relations goes for Gen. Harold K. John- Pad. a PortliuorN .. Cholm ........ Now Vorl. II, Contact. Mr ftulundao Wlnla. SId. Phone d.o pup:!507101., ISm.nttnihi
weapons. Service. ion, Army chief of staff. Gen. llv' 'tock ft SuppilotI N. V. Print' ...In'', P A TTi 0. NNUMOK J..__', MIMIC Markot. IJJ4
NAMI, ADO Ill and NW lolll A... 'In porton.I MANCHESTER & Chihuahuapuppigi
Wilson arrived from London Ultimate success or failure of Wallace M. Greene Marine THATBETTER LoMKOpInf i. Tip loll (ONI. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 9 wkt. old FR 2-
N Pott a tupollot. .
Sunday night Obviously conscious NIW POP 1M5I 9M llonoovorl -
the new Civil Rights Act "will Corps commandant, still has II Hvotlock' WontodFINANCIAL ....... 1.551 to 'nil. .revH W5' *-Hol'. M.lttr PenileCHEMIST 1756
of the danger that other depend not so much actions three more years to go In a Plui 1 PP.I 'oottorra, ..... GERMAN ..HII'HUOIIIpl.... fwkt.
Allies might think Johnson and upon brolaory.' Mill1 elo''*'. to nil Uc old.' ACC rag M,"' food
of the federal government four-year term. nti for now Noodiocrofl. Coto- and kip till ,,"'... .t,Iconooy44413M
he were "ganging up" to decide .log. oflor ):30 or wookondi
or the passage of additional VALUf I U COWPLITf QUILT Quollly control loborotory ol Ie,..
the nuclear organization Issue PATTIKNI III MIUM' now Quilt pnotpnoto mining' oporvllon. Sao AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD.
he told newsmen "we don't ex laws or statutes, but upon the SIGNALSCROSSED M II Money SutlnoM Ie Opportunities LeMII took Por "" _,.. .'..',.. lono ......, far onolylkal, crwmltl.P.oqulroo ,. At '''d. Shins and 55,.
col with of
will and desire of citizento inn awl logo digroo 378.1025
every .
to finalize anything Mata.si5S Nat minor lo I"IY. Pr.Nand -
end discrimination In the immediacy OM U to ... llboril bon. SLACK MALE
\ The head of the British Labor Money WNt55MERCNANDISI ,". oitorad., 'inc udln5' scup .kvwronc wtnlaiurl' pools, .. AKC .... trO.
of the society around i r Announcements ., rotlromont. holldoyi Coll ltM4 otlor I P M,
I government which took powerIn ilm," Collins aald. ....".,, *tc. Send complofo. raourn ENGLISH SHEPHERD

mid-October described the I Collins made the remarks I CHICAGO LOST FOUND
conference" as "thi beginning of, have arrested two men for shov- 41 Wontod. I* Ivy nollonol' Mlnoroio" l C h t 1ft 1e.1C" P* MOM:
Saturday night In an address to "" ,.,,.... Mutt Plorol Ayo- IRISH SETTER .pupploo, I mot 1mai.
a fruitful cooperation the beginning the American Jewish Commit ,Ing and swearing at each otheron el MocMnory 4 ,_ LOST* on T1ur N. >MOIX d iY P It M.. wmto
of a series of discussions a subway train. Police said tlSuildlnf Moiorlou. ellh. Owns 5 S n I diy wook wormod. pormonontCHRIITMAI
tee's national executive board.In 44 Houooheid, Ooods I IdOfitlly'" Po..oroPP. MiM.LOST ns. Itonogropnor U-15. ..." ".'" 111I.1 p" so55 wOIn
which wi hope will lead to the both with records dot, P55.5 fit 4.417L
men as CAR! ooon Double onlry boakkooporVHO
outlining a nationwide 43 AntiquesM 1 .....11 and .
Mack w5lsvlhu.hus..Me
alliance ....",.... "' ,''._,, Mlp loaglo. aupplow t wko
the strengthening of the ilckpockeU, apparently tried to MIIC. Per SoKa 2 'IM, Ano ", .. ... ... ,..
gram to help communities solve to nomo Chca, ,I..,.. plNr55.. r wA. ', 'IP-li AIM. old I] mew old' 1 yrlioglo.
." pick each other's pockets In the Tredlnf' Poet 174-1141: oltor I P.M. I'M. ",,_not Cantor, in NW Jomrt' K.nn.I. ... K.r
problems of integration and In- ,
:Ind Avo. Mal trolnao 21.24 UJtoor otono Holgntt Rt. I. to> nPKono .
Wilson has made many tripsto tergroup tensions Collins said 1 incident 1 Friday 4P PM on a Woods POUND .Arcnor; Pd. /IIHlo rod ..... 47KHISIAUTIPUL .
j jtJMO n tuts Marine h.'" tat with wMto vM r holo __,
Washington In recent years We would like to ofer needed n come HUM o pie ,. lnur|. nail.l,PR L..... Ilk/ mbrood ,.... LABORATORY ..."..,"', aquarium 11 gak' tank-, tight Includn' ..
and has met Johnson before, but technical HJ44. lloclor Illtor, puma, nwmomoior,
assistance 71 Ottlc'
in the Squlpm** TECHNICIAN
)), d'AlII LOIT lolltolro' rrn,. olio 1 .. h..,.,. .,...., pianti I ornomonto. >
this Is the tint occasion on form of limited grants-In-aidto I) Musical Marchendls oloo. caoturn ring. II....'... I lion All lilt Hi. Call

which they have held policy discussions competent local and state human IN PTw ss fft -7564,, ,thoiphoto far loft _compony lei..., Mul IUH vo boUgh _PR. ..>.75M: .

as prime minister and relations t l commissions ". !' 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICIIPCNCIH ..,.., |ro uoti l MIM nth 12 Mobil H.... for Solo
RIAL ISTATI POP SALE N in. tNn alai. OMMNtrypreened.
president.The the ,
cross nation n Meal' Homes fir lol"* Mlil.n ells. alca.
I gormont Indlvldvolly, l .lint working' candltlano Oono- ICINOMOtt'
White House announced a Lots lilt 11. doiionod for moro giomorouodguro fits, and opportunity, for growth I HOVSI\

the Gromyko visit Sunday night.I M Wowrfront Prettily .'..." Call ilrm your 1.s flguro 4Alrcond. -.35.,onaul.An' .. PMtlWnnWwvlNry..,.,.."... ago M to 30. ,Apply'Intor.' to ./IINoN 1055: '.

The Soviet foreign minister Is In PROPANE II HOUM for Solo LEARN TO( ., ..11...., M'no'' ." t C k o m kolCorporotlon. 515075'7FEUERAL
.. .
M Colleges fir Kit Stall PlorM Avo-
this country (for the U.N. General 551' THEosultu t> *Ml ..... IwnontedII looclol. Dual, ottontlon Control. t*Can mew ..,.... ,....,.*. QUALITYFUMES

Assembly session which LP. NORTH Hoot .....* Wonted Mrveu..n, MOM AN IQUALOPPORTUNITY INC.
GAS .,. ,
eAsy WAV DRIVING ,CMOOL om NW IMI Qoinooviio"
opened last Tuesday He has IHflTfRmm :It Out ol Town Property lie aral o< .. 11}-net 1 EMPLOTR ,, PR Hill "Alit JoKMon, ""f',

State Dean Rusk.Ruaolpli. 40 ...,.... Properties, CUT 'N Hum. IUIV SALON 14-Soloo Help Waned Ift4 lO-.W I IR I2M pat I'....
HOTTIR THANHATIiRAL 41 RooMontlol. Moons Mouiyon uojot Me s. iiUn'e $55.55.: I.:
All work gtMfofltoortPorm VO ATlO''LLY D TU'IUD' mint, Call 51.2516 5
GAS 41 Psrms ft .."... .
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II. Wiom oot II N v* Our toot may !Indlcol 5 aotontlalcoraor '
4) C..orM Property loloo M .. Only A<*. VtllH .
Motor will odd _
Cook & Hear Wafer ... ... Open .,.... opgt company IIY NIC u S II Soups
JiaonWo Miff" fry four mon following, ..., oolotloiory trails. Sushi. 1151 N Sill mil
TOILET TANK BALL 1111I and Nn.nai ldsvws' 1500 a will con"der 511
Low : CENTRAL S SPECIAL NOTICES opon Morrloo. man aom _obi. o/nr. PR .'''7.ADVERTISE .
,Cost Tho ollMant RENTALS :sass amorrad Mvot b* ,.,
Gains A =Moitar hutantly ilaa* I M Colored Property aonlolo. SeMI .,.....,.. Call Monogor
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44 ConoiM lilt sins I site Slits .. Child Ce,. P* -
AT fUftDWMf nieces
41 Punuine Apt. *. .CHILD otmom's In'.n' C.... .ij .j. SERVICE DIRECTORY
New Fan ___ I 44 Unfurnished A.... 131 pan L7511.wo.d"
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47 Houess for Monl Curs.a .R ..1511
-I II. Neu,. tor Rent II.'...... FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
St Rooms fir Rent SANTAS HELPER Hal*
TcMslon-Radio Writer FLORIDA'S M Mobil. MonooII : "r- aid" I..... fill the ilKkinfi, ,
I .., ... .. SAW .. Par 5 duality warttmontnigCM
NEW YORK (AP) For the MIK. RoMolOII Ova II Apply M anon It Thirsty, I. "' .
past ill or seven years this wonted To Rent Oolor: Ui MW jjtn II yloitory *o*tilul A **) )72<142GAINISVlltl
.... elf In *. ..iflhbw-
dedicated television watcher kMoL Contact P. 0 l..
N OHteo hall wan In tK* Air. Inc. UPHOLSTERY
has been president and founderof Consolidateyour M Mlnow. Rentelt Cell PR U3t1. M,. Alurroy .II. Cino.ylM*, fl.... orcoll ,... .. tm SIProa .
an organization aimed at the WANTIO"PRACTICAL FR 20421. Ritmofoo-FK* o* and
Nuroe core *x oldorly" 5.11,171.AD .
network rationing no more kivolld, Chan PR Ml'79.

than once an hour of "White SERVICEd -

Christmas" and "Rudolph the weal, Line

Red-Nosed Reindeer" between es '
bills and LARGEST 14 seas. 4 TV lerylctII .
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Atpilent* ft PWbvreWANT.AD
Imagine then the misgivings I > I X l

Involved when tuning an NBC

special called "Rudolph the

Red-Nosed Reindeer" during RATES

Sunday's children's hour. .

It was a program of sheer get extra cash PH. 37I-HI1 HAVI

delight The -writers for young Imaginatively and old. MARKETPLACE forClassified I > < I FUNTHIS

enlarged on the well-known lyrIcs OnlyDEADLINES

of the over-used holiday;

song.puppets.Actors were enchanting for holiday.expenses WEEK'S SPOTLIGHT IS OHIt

,_ Rlr* Pit ojetors FUNLAND
Burl hen the voice of a (.*" *...... D., boo>' .PtnVI.olio 1011 W. A...

puppet snowman who looked Gmee fir ,...| end *.le.). t. .. .love* ilnlyce IN

exactly like Burl Ives, told the Por II M 000..10... t lol.Por .'* tWI. perms **
taU tale underlining ill gentle Toot yr skill one retleieo .s a ..,... .... a toot
ooo 10 oo I* Mir peeer- pilot, w eejdii Hi* ......I. So. wke Moras yo Ten
moral with exactly the right I 5.... ....
\ Mk .* .* .****.n. be.kNb.nhaNNb..rd. the
Inflections. Minimum N 4 HMO k'wU..| .11.,. ex .. I". oiftlf |_.. Tkt ncko*

The title only *k.ffl* end) 4r.*) kid |*MS *rt HMO**) pi**** ...ielt
song sung !>... ..* _. ..... N. .._ 11 the kM new
once at the end and In a way AMUY ..*r R dim* ..*). wIth hock *r .skill In. rsnods. ...

to be appreciated. NBC should RATES .. won to t **t. T* rl.*. ..* rels tell ., *r I'| ".

add this one to IU growing, list t Nnortlo* '" "" Miss fer .." **..,_. vlt* fi'vllle's henries .r-i*...
each With in AssociatesBill S linemen ...,.,.... Stt HM Op-ns from I NU pjletnif.. ..**..*.'", MM sill IPndy ...
of program to repeat 4 Inoomeno .. ...".. ,,. Ill'. ..*) Set",*.,.

year Consolidation Loan FOR II (Mortlon* lot (no Nei *

ABC lays that BID, Crosby Wck fer W..'. SPOTLIGHTt

who started the whole "White 0050. -.. 5550.-5..,

Chrtstrnij" thing In 1942 will TfcerVi no reason to I let unpaid bill stand (a ItwmMt5s a .ti. NNr wN wr 5it5- ew a sae Pine

sing his famous number In the the way of!use things you nero fur the holidays. .. -- AMUSEMENTS ..A DINING DININO-OANCINO' *

Dec. 21 episode of his current With an AMociatM Bill Consolidation Loan IO"kIN II ... i'iU". ROOA *'th a Ian* OVou***") COCKTAILS
U it comes oft as PALM 15115 levlevees w ter. "UNI'nERSir'e
comed1.erlea. 0- SM dalleo'oooon. Hoadol I INN
ninny Iii win M noy
borrow enough to all bilk la
well as "Rudolph" maybe ra you can pay your Pont UY'iain S 5.M. Ie I AM SCHOONER ROOM Ciwr. ttoo* ,505,. Imer***.
full plus enough tttra to take fart of holiday /'e w 1...... ......, .p. C,.. mrsy oavsw Cocotoil Hour I s*" I. ,
wont be your =e:1.A'
w' .
toning IV
necessary. NEW toot now* R*. p5.454 0A1 '" :: er-to in L
Recommended tonight: "The nHda. Then you can start nest year with 12 point 1171 W Unlv' *<*. *:111 Romim I end. I,bo*e lancer PWOK,of.

Alfred Hitchcock: Hour" NBC. only one payment a month.... p"YlJ1t'1nt.'CHI lorn* oo t IMO orMry spin -.UIIUIlIt. S..iWlu ovPoenleiiad, Root Ice tow C.anp. I/S1 S. W. lm ... PR ..-.

19-11 EST "Misadventure," select. 0..55 MMw6501. A & W .OOTIEtA STAND AD."II IN 1556 I

one of those murderous triangles 18 Point Ta : -4. urb MIt Dill S OANC5
10 It M P M. O' ScnoIY
the aeries does well with AMocialea.ont of America Urgent financial t- N o Owe o..ofc ry lyo. -

Lola Albright and Barry Nelson inRtitutions...offer* "Look-Ahead Borrowing" POR *>. kool MII* at wrL LARRY'S DtWISdG *
5515 01 at K* -MUSIC
plan for busmen 24 Point CAINfSVULIMlMlATVRf ff2u we US1nsr5 Aon,4 COCKTAILS'
any personal or profeational 6,15 N 1101155 a SAC
\ need. There are over 600 Associates office (1ft AND M's N I ...... ...... .,.. MS I W. ( .. AML RACfo Opo A NlgMOi rI OLO-PAIOIIOOIf *tU4 PRY'T U MUllST
TREE SURGERYCALL the U.s. and Canada. \VnU phon* or viait the OINIH4' ,- M ". A. W aoMHOMPTY>rt.R w 1 won ROOM end aiM
one near you. 36P1. .. N. 1s, ... w err N Mss
a.wc b..eR 11.51. 1'1
OSn o* .a p>* MIWOVM
FR 6.2661 I N P ol, aew.71 MsOs. pin iio'i'o ItM. 'vs' DUTCH TREAT COCKTAIL' *
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P'.tp T_ t Pfawodfef *.. M!::j roJ I II I .aw- 5. L_ New _,5,1 N Y5.Nou55__ M A 5AV" A LOUNGES .
ex* ante doHwoM Koxoa P..vv.
c.', Fsdine L ao.w.l. Mwi. llti losojtXm* U. 5011 PAAONERTTSE NOM01105004 PL.vO 'MV PO.-IQ
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., D.'e5.i'e INC. USED M ... vs as i .w 5 *M I* 0 PM OOMorov
_lTr..eplene5t Coon t..4 lioaXan.... Xmoo .. -- ,=MWMR ttlTMlVAJlT *"i N Vie It* 1615
/ i ... .. ... I L'4 THE Boo t 7 tv a. .N mw_ tm tt. PR *.u..
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Mel, I".R J.JS11 ., .. d JS oS. use *
.Maw. -- NVn a t SERVICE: DIRECTORY .. YMw

IRiA 700 N. Idtf ewe..) A"" Mien ("'.....IV4S11 Wi Am MR on:iiti* CERtlCE DIRECTORY

Tv e- .. SHELLEY'S
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I U11 N. Sfreet.. ........... ....971.3111 CARS ::-.. W.a. _w'ins. W WTMTAIMMIHT IN THIS All NEW ENTERTAINMENT
M .. .
ty.yIIIaSpcJa 55 chi 45 ,4 I I CALL UI.1411.


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1 0 Chen out the Closets Or Utility bores Now-Pick up oitro CLASSIFIED cash Pont to person ADS.41. .,. for not commercial biort tolling morchandiaf priced

LAYS 4 ONES $3 .I $100 ., .toil with the telling price stated in the ad No additional clots tor pd. that require the lull 10 days I". No rofundt for adi that

bring quicker action.DIAL '

378.1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

11 M. jl. H_.. Fw 5.1. MM kil. H.....,
5.1.r 12 Mobil. Home fa* S.I, 12 H M. *w S.I II LOTS POR SALIRAILROAD II HM.MO .., S.I. I) N..... fc Sot IS M.... fM M IS H__ fr tl'

;u.1 H I.rnll"'" p' I r>U kLUII MIIILI I,
1m air oildllii.tlr ....,.... With 30.n mi w.,!n MOil"' HOM.. III' J( $I. .I.m I UUNfLY ,0530' .... nil l' YW OLD LIKI' N W. I IK. <1411 lOW &SIn u. II. "."'. I IW.
55.11. ..C.IIM/ 1.0414.5.ghoul. Ml .nclo. d I room coDono. 0050 4500105, oJ'. II. Mont SiLSM. N CONNOLLY BLACK ACRES Iwm. UN "n., ..nd MO .verMVintnte I bom, control twit. lulls Initcnon I .., ..... 11\0 dowyl as 175 N.
PR I-'"* *".. t PM.AMRICAN Perfect for 1 or I Snit, |pncompgi G15r4ra 1.1110.. ...p1Mtend. t _'10 nemo UM. Me. t I I I' SIDING LOT CIo' I tadrtiom, I botn horn wlhorOiwo. ,,11I Mr InclIOKOI moot ..troo, I. W, PH* I t lot MI Mrnw
.01.1" 503bill
Doily 011 loo. .. W 510511 0,50.0. ManyIlan II..... HIM OM macKnInt : : :.14..5.m.5ta MI ..own, Ml mw MU Nl 17111 PPloii5 PR
I A.I _I".. W K eTNN slid downtown 'In ..IMunwinding. ..... .V.6o fll .1311 It Pa, auno. I yoor rtnncln, 4AVt U'tt tommorclol' Ml *l* cnt Sod WMMI "U i iIIOOWAY A4N 4 .nd en w05M ..010.71O Tor trt-ort. by OWN'II. Saav/lol

C1.. 73011130 hll.v. .. Mud Ml now ..v.. 1.5571. D., out ,""ow. a 11I1100 S1.m ,.11_ ........ will orocl 5115 ma 1fIcI. 15001 a tsoraKa "IV 1111 St IUV OIRICT PROAA" IUIIDIR, 11511. lOW 51111114 bloc.home. O,0nMyra M
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.k.y ot 051n..v111. M U. M, P/l. M Nil tononl Olv' ",1st.. CONITRUCTIONITMttl 114055 __. Ia.n1y .. orie* rMucod, no csnoo15.1sI TII" 5431o40. Mull hoNsa
Paint U. Pa 1.4005.aDV5TISt lobie jm lit. Poynienti much NORTHWEST I..OSIt ton* oo.o. PR *44I>. or If.-..... 105114 en lNN 1.1100 04 So I*. I koxit klXhm: OW> OM, Is lie opral0/od. Call' PS

IN THI tow HIM r nl. Cot Vt-itU bo.orolMPM TRAILER SALES IAKOI BMUtllul Wit Hi N Wtxttom 1 I. 5 bo.... ceL hues Pt. 05051. MIIhSlr/Nm. .550.000 PHA ItA. liu N> ISMN, 54055
linviet oiRtcToiv" fa wad* Re** .N ,. 12' WIDES iocoto oalKoxl, M cityNmltl ram 5.11v ...... A Ion S0oL1N M> ecnom. Tn end Co".. PHANn.nchy Hutn ta *ro. In*... lip,nn.IUV WIITWOOOoroi. n.. I '1. |
A' Polm ton VMM wim ,0.1 Itrooli wwor. ,1710.. end Jr Mlgri. 0115 2 BR under $4,000USE City oiotor. AIM ta... bit OYOIVowo Pot or MKHIW ."> pet Vmil. JUKI. 5' sisal HW005 wo *t Illl NW IUI D,. |i 1\1 ..rme.
I 1 'EA".I'IO"I" on W..... lloM toW I mlMO ly owittr, lilt Nl' lltllTor. SELL AT COSTLioly 1rt5N or** by lev down ...WIII..... tnMHnoncod.
I I'i 'I NAL OUR north of '-rw. DownIrKrtllK 5501MW Plumb. ,..-_ now 4>IR Homo In Mllor M.ACHUA: MOWe'l, INC N 17511.0..
oGL o cB01L RENTAL PURCHASE 511 Ohms 001.1St I 1* houio wall h well cwpftllvlnt M Oordono. .'. m. I ol comeua. onKM PDon OpauSYJSrn5V LOW C..I.
VtROry1A PLAN Macao. .Ills rovn INS Oownol a Saki .... SoONM 505.414 loll lor 104101 M_ Ww 51005 4wpottn.5b. I II. 1 ..'.... "Hlo N.
1,010 1 "M. I ".M,
.1 Y. a. McCow 374705. 1oSr 54051151115. 10kniTwiiot p. 501.No 0510. Wlll 0ps11.N or'to, DOtS 1\11.
ACROSS Lewus 1tftmH1.N 10.0 Nymut I w. 25 .... HI Mr new 1MO .Nl.
X. Bum 21 .. 1'1 t r. 11 0 i1 A. TOTAL COlT Loss Loll. LorfO .oSll/Y155, 0111 0101014 soy lNM, IIMW 0 III- Canon cool ,,im M *tnr I Jottl Ploco. Call PR not.
College .
open WAN 50555 Mrnlttr ro I5 -
I It t or CONTRACT' win te usa I. W. 11th It. ......"" poor DPIM
1'1 I oooiuom 1tully.1t OIM. PROM.
S .. SOY oiaiCT
4.Anthropoid degree bbr. C It O 0 l1. .yr, itnencln evelnne, 75 ....., I W. ol 0.'....,"., 5441 .. cuh. lixh'lro' on IUI frrtn.Im 'I A Hot*. I". I bom, N5.. nom "vou n 'uv u tvloiv Mtoo _"...... Porod ol
7. Windmill 10. fin % I D O. T t A R t 1 I SE? C.II... 13"4 PI. pnono Anytlmo 17HMO. Monboom ..II"".... pone'cd' 500 TIME I..K mown Ull'l M Homo motol TO* ojom.1.1*

sail 32: r.rpllk. I. AT. D I I D 0 U is DAD AND BRAD LARSEN I 1015 MARY W. MOELLER Unl. Avo. REALTOR PR, ..117) III N.*.lItilV. S ... CCS 05.....4 I.MM.. *111004 room$ Nell xl'"' Party PuS YOU' M. Nom.. N. ';. Nr40IaR nos '_11001515Ill. 111,1.

10. Bombast fish t R I C LaoOINIVA I lor ooio by owner wool c A I D t TRAII til IAI II ;;,Maut1M UIIL
S '
11. 31. 1ST 1 ac1 0004 NN on lrm. ol 1501 door W 703 DOWN PAYMENT -
Barbarity heir "IuS H.W On II' ion I MM I, lop .1010. !!.monmly Wiato.FINLEY New "INniis M havlly'" .rood.d lots YOU CAN SANS UK *n Will
14 34. I M .. K w/a0 14015511ONn : MUGS lomlly t IR, I both.tonced .
dpJfllr Study P050105 L ASJOTI4TH. 'INC. -- room now undor comtnKtlon 'ft r o oon I M I MHI Horn Control _'.
corn M. 0 R A of 10 n t GIS .501005. aid -.we II IAL TOil AREA I Met pars oornor 14 con lour bwtrom 00 on* twooomt bunt n kitchon, 55t55r1 ondItoow
tH W. Unly. 57.1035" : Itoet, polio otr 5504. pool 51.10. .. ...
16. Prior 36. I D I DID I t..'.W ...,/Ito 1ft inclMtln irka Stout chniaii 55 Crll Ut-tlT
lo Relatu a A t. R 0 V t WYATTITrailer IV OWNIR. kOMtlM wocMuoIrtioi P50 "nonce*. ropory in woitwoo* ......*.
'17. function 37 Pronoun 0 P I ,H t R S S I i m. too o tvii... i.r I .... em I ..'" home 550 chine int.coblnel awl, dn mil 1.r M'tf' ,510 MMNl Woik K ocnoom, All tity 111Y.a I TAKE u.. PAYMtNTI on 4 I*.
R ot lid Nl innTor.
MHI Homo
18. S8. _I.. and 551.5.1, m in. iw =: 07.5003 5N N W. join O'lv end N. W I
Precedingalghu Overweight/ O. T..... .-..ot. I 550CMtr.l Urn II. inn _''oco. Coil ait,IMI tony *r CIOM N icnooio on* once
39 Sales ""'11"...... 370114 4n. toniw. 175'.wo 1nN' t
Make u,, (Solution To Sunday't PuBle> I ..... roil IAH at OWNIR j in, i 01115 '_ ...
19. Period! of of I ACKI LOTI totol ark* IIM.II WmcCt. IdMily/ irhwted. Herb
Homo olPocemekor mm. mm Oalnoovlll 0145 M.coio in UNGlodvi
Urn 40. Heavenly 2. "toy (lulls 12. Inloil- Mobil' Momootoot I* Loss All' saw lotaed to Smith" Realtor Iran Mn J. J.PI Unity Many Ktieel nk* teeniioorin M 1005NW lnoovlll'i. '. "..... ..01 moil

20. Oa beh.lf 41. Victory 3. Shlnd OK4 AlntroMi, lofte lout '0. Down poymontM IJJ. W. Unlvorllty, ..... *>.o, beofciliolv, sir ctuxHIIOKor *prlmont kvlldlni' .,
t.UDgpepp Tr.v.Tr00. wltn bol, ol III .*r m*.'vlltino ... I
of sign 4. plant| Ocele'l First_ Mobile limosD..tor tnt..... Pione 4..-ii4. 4 IR. t .'n.. ocnonod earth cM1.hall. end Cal 7nm" nr RoooeflOMyjfHod. opol LAKESHOREI
21. 44. erpent 13. llnco rMm 51115tn0w.bIdales.II..Ir '
Spread to r"P1 Days or > sit- 1..1.. .. Slot. 14 W.....r.n. ,..,..., conditioner TV ..ntMno.noor .
dry 4V Short .wlm 5. Dad old Ptan. .,. ,. .._. KM down. Ion TOWERS
22. Crowbar 46. Mtscalcu6.. Each one 13. Uncle Sam Otis "... OV" Of'. II .... ,,_. ......., Won Hoi pal m*. pool memo. I .. 'I
23. MOIILI HOMO IPACIAVAHAIll boo.... __ ". ..... ..111." Pee let Owner UltM
DeiplM _Jatr! Mature 19y5bot forth. a- 110035 1,504543004.5o0Oh ntn It. ft ...
24. Equally DOWN 4a rats ..roo... Mow M110 Poe _.. MMy 000,04 O.lry (;iiii NOW LEASING
I .
0 MIUO $11011 Os 441ClwM Fw Mlan LehWINIFRED
25. Pierced: 1. Former 20 Paulng O. Nile home b Ocolo Plo I .,,. POUR tlODOOMI I .....
Sp. 9. DI.",... of Norrh Mer.IMORI .... MOIA
27. I bolhb now Jr. COIeM.'
Offender fuhlon .
roll 00001401.1401 J. "lni>v. C trol Nat, sloe 5.114
.. .
I' oehooll end
r oHo'nt con.or
23. Liquid ye* buy oo* M Mr ... ae t roc or, toocMUUif' / On w>.o 1_....... .... Will ,ordo lit,**w nn I7M 55.5.
measures: salty, In Mo.,".. Nana A_ LAOS PROPIRIIIIACIO Iroil lr oimllor home 'In .
I T 3 I' 00.101 31 00111 CN.55 5.1. AOI I mlM N.. ol MoO_ Ooinoovlll PrOS ran*. Iron .
: abbr. 't p.rg040N40s. NnrHnwol Only
wp 10I'l.l 4 i* tr wioin v. H Sr 0lt5a11L OR HWLAKtPRONT. 11.000 I* .....o* COIl McKlnnoyO'Mn
I'l.l 23. Oom 4 Loot Hun pot
PoiieMlvi ,
yr II LOT Hear J NS/e. .1Itno Vflol' me. Inc! lont I 'Im. II p. s
1'01' 1'1' ACCEPT ANY 55A50NA5Le move In bpfaro Jon f It tlolmlit
P..tuNl. MNtI5 ""lCrost. WNONr Pio nun MM .own m mo.Coll WILL
pronouiJivi ( 1 Port Meow.II Owner ., lo* ln! town Cnriitmeo. I ) Nomoitio"' ....,
IS /40 PR t 'HIALI lit. Plo,< em, bvllUiait. *nd
/1 26. NoUon yeert In mo MoMlo Mom ..nit* /torreii nooro oo* el 1311 anRACTIVI MULTI I''IL'
/... Pt : 27. Employee 5 ...- on TRAOI = i7m molly. II I4IH A.e. or"coil "pR't-tiV. I" 1 MIN N HIS III NNI.1,1M y r
iff la II tar SIC In cottoa on loko UntiFO. nap OHio |i* lomlly roobuiiit a
if/ 21 More. "SERVICE HAS BOUT I''I"KO ol U1M due M HI ONLY $100 DOWZ in .",.... Control 500.
oi.rouo 11 mo. PR Mot4 ortof I .''I.tIII..... ocollonl _I..
::1/ .
i Jtm Wolter has I 4
Ttie Corp 1
mourn M Iwonnoo tlvorLort
,I. ifU' I' bora30.Thehlth. bodroom bemM lor MI,* '55 This' comnrll.l *
W'// MOBILE CCI coirpltM
/ Ooinewllle., Nevberr" and tIwim. 150 nomo tMtvn Mi HncM In
; I'l/ / ty Ivmlllwd' 43rD..."KroXOM. A. ...... Coil Jim Wll0Corp. 4005 yord ':LR OR lomlkKrOi ,,,dIAIC.JJ/4.. .6. '04.410. a i.A+b T .
HOMES cooo lo Hit t voter tloMmI "
11 It est point _..... Oc.'" Pie Moss seal '...d 0,5400.. be .UXURY FEATURES lrCLUD.iO
5500411Wyon0 .
51. Bard II 0c /* T........ P11.M PR, 51315 lMOa. WANT H moi 50014451CN5IOI0 JUlY .... Oown I VI oorm
1. r 1'1 ff 33. Amiable I 0l. home 5111/0 101151 1..115 *. "Incl. NUM 4 .... I* tuolk 0 15501.555 re., a R1.aallss S.e..
piion angel Jet m 4 tilIII Hoc ouyor.
33.: Ideal Inventory ol ulllty homo. CNN O Aoree l Plenle Crton**. 0 Cnrwl H..I

37 IS J. golfecore Ul TODAY ) H..... fw S.I N W. McotM out ol WOO d h.,<"... MOMS 1'011 CMRIITMAII. Mov a Cenlr.l Air C.nd. 0 L.s.dry PNIIMIala
lor 14051 mot wilt lellify you Na MOOS 'N MW Of 0117 t
Mi olmwt 11 I
Into t
St. Tborough- and live, you may brunt: thrill.mouoii tnottor aroo*. AM w. *..* botn home In ,,"'.now toNW Hoik tier** Lkn a* Dnp Ckulo
7 1t fare M yn. cntlnuou Mow* Anottior aooutltul MyrMi' o"oi"ol hVfMttr homoiiioo f In_"". *rrna.*1 1PR *4vo I son tti* H_.....* a P.O. P r0Ue Ar..s 0 LIM.i ||
; abbr. Homo eviinMO In Wont "'or.... conitructlon M wrmborly. 0-M4I, liomptIM lot IMS PMKiroolor a 1 il Htn
Ssl.s .
Aol 0051
,IT t 41 38. Retainer. BUTTS MOBILE loucn t* Ins your by cnoooin ONLY I MIN Irom ownlowi alit *. I*. o..orot* OR. Pimlly
39.: Unl *wnor, I IR, | tmon nom win ctaortul Hropioro, 11t '
Fng HOMES INC. you 0545 = 101 CoaLNY4 ; ..IT.,, R>trl. t itov. Pwen .... In". _,t<..... wim, tuirl, M PHONE 3764456rot
bulUlncb I M/ICS. 375040. ...... _._.
Il If' .* iru .,..... mo.UK .. "' 0054, C5.
41.TtiainiaRW NW lint it. oi etti It *n.. P 5 P>r toll InWfMIIM trol ftool I Air oonOltlwilit, 5I. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
441 No. *t city limito. AOVtRTIII IH THE M sOS. I* Mr* |l. OH WllIlllon 101.SN on lore** N.S
Pa Nma 2S Mill. AI NW1N51M05 IlT 42. TbrtrlOtd Own I AM. I* I Pi* R* I. ContKt wtw 0klOCl lion 171:HI loud = HI) 124 H.., l.).l,*'

sloth -CLOUD SUNDAYS .___ KRVICI DUtCTODV. ..__- 015.1150.00004.'-- MALI, AN OPMR I navy .... SALIS OFFICE OiIN 9 'TIL S DAILY
loitn ronw4 In Mnio CIssIPNONI '
1 1104 1.W. Irk IT. U .. HWY 441
11'1 M"VY"w'5.a 'r '' 3 ''Rb' "' '. '.
A11N55 5i'A" "sb"i\"S"'shv'4Y"'Ab'hb'SY"M'11'IY .b"10 + 1b"7.A"5Y 'sb".0171 1.b" r51b"1b'015 'aI15Ib 5Ib"NSMbOab w .b"'M T15"sb'Yb'1'11'e

378-1521 i Butler Bros. IUILDIRS

Myrtle L...".., loolnrNow I
...... 5. 111111 NarO. Ault,ISNSI I

Sost/1.511 AsNOI.N I 5" let I' \ Everything is

trick M HomesS..pS.e NEW andTROUBLEFREE

,..... I


141 __ MM' M h.HI.on .
owlcmont con 0041. V* M

+ -Iottno. soa1. I I"wc.r In a .brand new home.

ltd t.11ON. INS.
.. M.sI a 415 .Nl.t '
SHOP HERE ._... NOVIS SAIL. Move Now Before
A SmcT Con tn..., ar virraa,

I : 1> I Ip the HolidaysALL


Gill. Gilts Gilt, Jot Gifts I f oGGtrls ( Ktilll :I CITY SERVICES

for 1 Mom for Dad Th. Home for Son -- Ti'l0/1MMt 1.1. I MANOR

& rD I0 L P 157 FERN WOOD
Dw/0, a0457 nun, ii N ti Y Minor I

Help Mom turnout mo yoorl A MIIthoIN/ 'ill It ortccZoKo TW CAN ma. t.L Nr..1.r.y IKC 1/s/ pan45100105 j '
A cnniimei wpiienc if II rtoi' *> rice FREE CIs tool Clll looutlfyl J II..t' '
11/,4 .M'l 1 5050111 now UP
u 4-1 HANDYMAN PR .5717 TNI TACKLI IOXI .,W moo NN .5.5 5105. IA.. ITUOIQ GIRL M your bom : 12,250
tee ClOMincttlen M Unlv Avr 01 l>"l !1. 5050. 5110111.11,101.. Mal.SYWaa.Waaaaa.aKaaaa I barb hem. 3115 ,

CHICK WITH CHARLIfPor bone I Mendord brond M 0 I N.W. Itri A.o..Mor. I
HrlOIOMK prWO, from R OoWIHImm Gifts for j $400
& A tooullHil. plr of 1 lmo.. t.rlyAmoflcon. .. 1Ya/1taaYEaaaYSaY05. FIBER GLASS >;.Ui. or PO, In lit, for Un messy thaw NOTHING DOWN VA

"' ....... ProiKh ..'.. mo |,IK H. would ._OCI." Clly Daughter gAr .n before.Newly Cast
vlnclol/ Itollon "...Incl.,. Prlcn A otl cortMtcit*. i $100 CJoilnf
Iron M 00501 Voor'i Heir cull lceret.1 tale
.111111ll DICK 4ITORM 03111003' Gift nor ( o4mocl 0111 K $7C"
f PURN. CO 1111 W. Un" ...... PO'SO7a WIM PcK5a5. M SrlY mh,0. onool hrA1mN* 511 5.50 coHooo on S..... 'f- /J
ill iw lit ..... f" o-uJi lotllfl." ..r HIM, or 1150. for Girls ..... ol R. Dltl lro 5.', wnoioMIO S l300Diwn-AlrCo MOM MR MONTH
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ft Sill 11); Hoviol Sot >oll -15 H...... for Sol IS Houiog for Soil" IS N..... for Sol.. IS Houioo for Solo 4, Roomi Pan tootP0'5'8TSHUD''S0OMSiIIt
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''lludy. doubllorn ,, ",. IoUIL IN citrou. COlI. 101.I FOR SALE BY I 50. I DO'I1o co,,,,'. tlllyrosol. .".ng. euichoso before Jin. Ill -TJ5RTHWBST"BA"lNIIVILlY"BARSAIN (ItcKenprlvlUom.
3BL1 DO'h.' 05 114 boWs 100 5151 built In btlhol, con'. Low down poymont Olson povmont "- [ 13 Acre*. lino1Mi Al but line! and con.wnlent CLEAN; sand ,mlt7goy.lotoT1
....., room built, .* .*_ omit, ,, loss th..'P11. dowO POW hoo'. 1.100. ...c. 112,91 5701do. Ilka rent 110 HM flh LOVELY oak. I..... Urge polio, poveo highway 1-21 10. ml fo town. Phono FR e2l2t. > .ale. aria. lloves, treeiors 4 *.....
.01.. ...... A.c 01491.h- mono or will I..... IIII NE *mIt OWNER ., III hIP 05 04th Too.IudsobInooo. .... excellent ..lghOO_. This from Johnson. PlO MSOOj IMSmmls .... UP"I WO'K 004. ALL

$150 11ft.. II' __.IllS PS II 129. 17.-... Will oonsloer, tree I U boos Ill 0 10" 101. III P01711 MARY ""MOELLER REALTOR. I bedroom I both homo also dowo and moll ......lhlV p.71 CLEAN WARM, AND QUIET room M"UL Call PS, "_.

T.,. bud obl. for cor, house treller .! !!c. 5.01100 of ell,. Pispiaco M.r. tOlt w. Unlv. Ave. FR 4-4471 hoa .large, Flo room ond II partially Call Owner ol FR 115BT, with .lavalory In NW section to' MOVINO must sell entire contents
CLOt. to _,. IR. I bo.h110m. wood II..... ".. -n. ... 0, f EXCITEMENT ilr-condltloned. Only' requirement molo student C_. to Unlv We- of ....., Sofa 4. chllrs"
In ,.,.. 1001I'41' lot 101111oo ceTTortiir I:. P.M. III Nl lOtnII. aro MM down and 43 Colored. Property 0004 except let. appliances TV .... Reasonohloprice ,
'.,. ,.. Ink. So NIN DUPLEX Phono FR, -..... WIN' origulf. you when you Its M HI mo. Drop by or cOIL 401 005 Nl 11 A... 17I-2MI.
....,. ",It. ..50. P110.00. 3770730. you colt ert 1 on o sloth I N. W. 14th D,')'. 1714144.Y --"HOMIS FOR -rrI $30. Layg. dooln010Irs' C 5 rOsuly -.

bams fireplace. C.H. 4 A C, 'w 0sr U of fl.I I OWNIR I BR, carport 100'X *. 8 _,oom.. IE 14th II I7th Roof Mat_ dosthoom DISCOUNTPRICES
.. Mi iflreefive NORTHWEIT "love, disposel." excellent itortgei healer with lank service Close
IIOM DOWN will. NEW I S "roo LS PoInIiy Itoom lor, ehady lol Roar fenced A... Imoll, down payment
...,.. reel family living In over bOSH In Also epertment ivilleblo, Itln
JWK I bedroom meeonry C. Itt bolho. Llko now N... schools 4 shopping 14242 .
monthly payment 117 lo eel
.wilful' brick front 'fI'lor I dorench. so, fl with booci lot 121 N E.
landscaping Sod H
1 Income of 1171 ,
wllh o monthly of F _
oil for Walking dI.l KO to U monthly Imoll _",. 1111 N.w. Also homos built on your WM
CALL Ul FOR DETAIL!. I X T A LASh LOT. only C4000FOROYCI Wo undersell/ ovorybodtHENDRIX
Three bedroom pius huge 'Moll I. ASSOCIATE INC. OndMOdC001000nd10AHoop. S1h 5?. S7HoW'. with 00 *"" Pym""1. "". LARGE ROOM In quiet _II. ..
372-8404 Eoclllllv. Colt for Prefer _
,11. working men or on.
170* DOWN levety I Bedroom m mm. Built kitchen ItALICS 000. If .
NW LOCATION for only' "'.100.0' bath, spill .level metonry horm wild toll of I'i:: ';I''' formkco H4 W. Unlv. 17412)4homo 000. FORDYCEFEATURES LUll Oft Itreel 427 porklno IE 2nd PI FURNITURE CO.

end Include the following. mreobedrooms located .Us tho NW oocllonONLYHUH. .*,..... IrMKInt bar. Two Ion fronton, I .m 10100104 In 'buying snsr.SI NW JIlt 11,0. 01 ,011I It.
(moslir ,II sot.. largoltwo full bothi with colored n"tur... DISPIUTI WALL SOON lot' ..,kl.. mon.A
llvoni Arm. I ID,
Thl. ioiwly" c...... lot. it 0)10 right point Cot II P1. "HILCO re'I,. 0,4 0 hon.ral .
control holt, POTOMO .. III coos. 10 blowor and t'Ini9.'
baWl, Control '1.., llr conditioningoptlonol. O poc. sod comfort on om Kro "UII', Iloc.I. full 01,, .
,. Florida, room .built hi londscoplng 3 IR, living room, lId Nl Sod Ave Phono 372-1 MlNICE osn5. 1,5rOasOltOMt
"ao NEAT I bedroom house on large Complole iMluilvo.' Coil for mont.INCOME 0110. In0 -..
dining room, sod Fit
kitchen' double. cereort. Jorge well" 'lendscopod lot lust I* miles,' 'Include sod. Convmltnt' M Solo room MOVE IN
utility room and many other Oelneivlllo. OWNER WILL .noIsily slid echoon. 'Inwnedleleoccupancy owelts, your Inspection. Tho owner New CCB I bedroom ono both ROOM en NW 4th II. Professional ( bo oem Ott NW 10000 I.oro.
haa working men or gronoli >
moved end requests I Im.mediate home low down poymonl, Located
Wings met you will like FINANCE! lino down Y A. kw Oni ocro Duplon 1,0,00110 r
thu PHI. I* mi., Price 111,500 1401 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION N... Urn TerrMcCoy student Ollttrett parkingSI 65 Antiqyei
: Lets get togithor en down eoyment Hugs down and 14350 mw F O 'Immod _up...*. PS tom
ptr me. A Rtnwnbor IMi .li tho list month Builder
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HOME"" ON LAKE 4 bedroom, ward* 511,100.70
unlive .. ''',. truly wonderful. .buy. ttint you con buy I homo and day 1,4-720hlohts
MOST sod loss 214 both, contemporary' home en Call u. loP .u.,.. OPflO'I1I"II.. ANTIQUES end tho overflow ot
.'OMOO. Th,.. bedrooms two baths. lake lust outside city: llmlte-RI' McKINNEYGREEN FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, mil .. oblo to clolm _,... ,____.____ 3roMH MIM. Rontili household thl... resulting from

.. NW "."dO room rlnplace, wall-, OUCIO TO 13.1.... INC.GRACE o omptlon. If you wolt hiS: oftorJonuory moving Into smeller ...... WIN
od patio barbecue Occupancy FORDYCS MARY }t to buy your homo, II 43-1 COLORED RENTALS IKAILER SPACE lOll ono ., two antique bedroomsuites.

o after 40 day*, ly appointmentZ LASh I 1 olooy d b.d00001 boon. It, 024 w. Unlv' Ins.P11,00 con coil you snot Oil In ,Incrtotod FOR RENT 1. Tiger m.... cannon bell
ooc.iionl .._ section. OWNER DEATON FR fount, to call Fordyco NOW RENTING lit MONTH rope bed chest of "....., etc.lolld .
LITTki'wOOD area with possible, "MUST SILLS MAKE Ul AN OF MOELLER 371-1234 Iod., to MO tho many COLOR ID ultra modern t BR du- Nowborry Trailer Fork > walnut high htedboerd

.. very tow terms direct from owner FRI I MALTOMCREEK5IDE FREDARNOLD nko homti ovoliabii. plo aoortmentt. large Irving ond N00000,. Pit.SI bed with .bureau, etc. 14 ,ro. old.
for throe bedrooms two buns OPEN HOUSE dining oree. modern kitchen with Hand mada 4 hand qulltitf oullts.Travorso .
.. loroo living room, oak floors NORTHWEST REALTOR Split ,hoot, 4 br I ball' CM mdAC fen largo itorego ctaeM. terra -A W....... To lbS curtain rod for sorloe of
ond .....I porch. Reasonm John Merrill Throe ft I both.- Moor school >2M w- II. HAlo llvino room 10 floors tile ......, ipaco hoofor 1 wl_.. Oil ...1.11.' ... etc 144
ablo Comfortable Avellobtook Will to wall carpet Built 10 loll W. A... PS 41411MomS. .... ehorm 0"_ Intro lorgo I end hot *Oto, heeler, facll VISITING P'OlollO' and 0111. do"ro N W. SIll Avo.

CRIIKIIOE araa and o OIly Realtor kllchen equipment' Good I I- REALTOR ., Muitipis Liolint cor ftorogo Opon from I.s p mluridly. 0101 0.011Mg moclnlnoo. 000 'ml..od apt or houll 10't -oiViAN H.lrtoom, for
nice, masonry homo available. now noticing, 11.._.... down payment A.I.... Doc o, ot 2fJl N W. HhAvo :StymIe. Soo ot NI. 24010 biginfling, J.... 23rd. P10001 Chrlslmal' trom our Mleotlon -
Ipecloui rooms Ihroughwt, Inn' Multiple Listing' Modern Hi ivory WOO FOUR BEDROOMS I. W Moillir Foster Knlor 'l
w maculall condition, three bedrooms Phone FR 1-1014 Muil be 10011 II be ....'eel.'.*. HI OOo for now 4 twdroom > bin Cnorllo. Mayo ".,on GrosS FRtSTIOI *>, or 372 Wn, WANTED I bedroom furnished, and brlco-broc Neerly Nil

.. two baths, beautiful AeooclatesiMarcelle Clll tor ippolntrnonl FR "361'. homo, Hordwood floor, dfllgnt. Hobo lolyoit And hidlvlduillty oro tho kovnotoiot epertment or ho... tor o il 'urnlture S/IotI. 509 NW
hardwood ,...... Out of town "..II but k::chon, I cor ..loll '"u". Mill 4 br I both homo ,..,u.. 44 Cotta... for Rent month period' of time llortlngJanuary 'Oth Avo. PItoco PR .....t.

owner will censMer 510 f W. H. Buckhoman MODERN HOMEi od on o ipocloui wooa d sill PARRISHPRESENTS kit walnut' ....lIno brick tint I, lf 5. LocatIon In a
""" All SoturdoY Hardwood and oovod iirMt In Plod ond noon ItoO ... II. ClllFordyco a ROOMS boiWIAO
Open Day Throe I.M. I bithl highly r. and per m. good neighborhood' Write Box 66 Silo
Jowl Door Cor Port Large ..". ",''d.. .bellvl.lon I. Iou IN 114-laJ6. plus. ...1111I... 4J4M Celnnvllle luo. Misc. For
PANELED FLA. ROOM I BR' I oge room Clly lower, wall! WIlt 5lO0, Phone "68. '108 _
KIRKPATRICK .III AIr" co.... and iignu CoIl. M MSI?. FORDYCEDick WANT I. ron' 000100' 10, 31 10 070cool. HOTPOINT Hoc range, full .,.0';
Carport, fnced"yeri loot Nl12lh FLORIDA' PARK ". In W".rn h.1f of _.'v. "cH. cond I complete beillnetloutfit ,
*..,,.., ) Tor 171-071 J J. FINLEYJust Spocleul I btdroom 1 Milt "homo I AOSOCIATIO 'NC.OOC. 45 Fyrnlihoo' Apt. Rover, FR 2-TOtl. stroller, and feeding' ,.....
II N. Nato. It ".... PS 14404A050CIATIO Kern for 0 large on bib ee,. woodfd hi* Hord. WESTMORLAND Almoit now trick 'o'IVc. Soallot'NUAL
4001010 00,0)1000 bofool Jon. lot M keel wood ftoori. control. front. homo wild oncloMd hootodtwlmmlng ISTA" CONSULTANTS I NICE furnl n'd apis. II'.' I lloor. 12 WintoO1
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** Ploys Mathlesen solos lunmllCipl C.. II. 1701 NW :It.h A... family who needs lots Control room Florldo room wood bu pon.ollod ,.. pool' on oltroctlvt IMWcoord > lonkl Froncol Hough good resldontlal lection 000000.Inl I kor..... spuci heetiri 120 ee.
A W Roaco, lION, Reilevll MARY MO.LLI". "11,100 4 0.1. 1 bom, Flo rm within Iblocks It, liooylcf' lvi iivloq room. A lot I bodroomit 1''% bithi, Siren Ooutden hart, DenlonO to Doras ond .but IIn... Kith. complete with float valvte.' eech
:: Klrkland, Ion OrHfln ball W. U.'v.' A... Pt, 54171 hoot Ideiliv'Ibe'locited Khool' POV04 lint room ,lot proi:go locollon. built In kllchon unltl NMf FHAllnonclng C. Ooy Dudley amldon In walking, dlslinco of hoar ROOM AND 0000Clus will heal 4 rooms Phono 374431 -

,.,..,. of_ '..utlM"'_ tot ',''C. 121.5OQ to outlined "buyir.W81TWOOO nt W. Unly' 371-1134 Coup. only, no poll I IR op'" rooms maid ....It.. home 914.Ins. .

171 pIn mOo I BR, Its per mOo "UNBELIEVEABLI"New '
It m encellenl
0. condition Thll property- Mud wor 1700i COMFORT 4 ECONOMY AREA 4 bodroomi, }7 laoS Iifito EichangoJ "'". FR 45014.DOWNSTAISS 237 SW 2nd PI.e.. Solo 4. chaIr 5...s. Platformrnckon
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.- C.. bo FMA flnonceowin Immoculolo I bodroom Homo ,In on.collont 'h" Urge living room ill. U.... aloe' iloveiUt
APT 1 II both will to will c..lln.In .
COMPARE ow down peymenf Let ill Northmt 'Irxollon, 1450 dining, and living room with WILL TRADE I 10. blt,4.o. 10. dining room. 1g.Ikinm 53 Offico-Doik Space .oo up circulating hosiers III
down to outlined FHA QUALITY HOME 1 ,.* .
how you IMl II.. property be- "buyor ot FLUI on room. W.,., loon. u. Pom Doiiory
font you "tut. Clll P0330)7.ASSOCIATES 10 por month Including t.... weorote Study ond bout homily acre In oxcluilve nelghborh' o... U' NI 6th A... 372-1ItO. FRESHLY rod.curolodotll co IPICO WILLIAMS auv"l CINTESHoothom.
.0 ond .Iniurinco. ".ng., ''''',or.. room. with fireplace An oltrocllvo Mony 500,.. Owner Interoitrd Inexchenglng for rent Upsiilri" with t ....' II. 1rsltJ7..AUI. : .
THESE HOME VALUES too, dlihwoihor, dispo... and A-C I clary homo on .. ocro lotLARQI for ocro.,.. with o MALE ROOMMATE wayi and ono .,..."',, fieatinond TIPS doll cloltoosSt
unit Included.. ',''C., liu.bil homo. COII..II us tar .... ,
Buttorworfti wonted to there now lot.FR llr conditioning turn. 011
J. Fred Guy Jovne FAMILY Just .homo con" and uI
BEFORE YOU BUY 1.11. Aiorfluo' 0.oiIy A._,.....
street .
Col. J. W. Owlo M. J. Wiltshire 4 bedroom, 1 baths, family room 1-3741 parking alia avollablPhono Phone
M MONTHLY 3721441, Anio T. Smith Realtor.
Multiple Listing flrvploco' In ControlWIMBERLY Norwood Hope FR 4-130.. PS 1-G.111.
sod S4M down .. auollfltrf FHA living room. AVAILABLE Dec. 31st, 1 _
hoot Nlcoly tondocopod tot I. is.Ciliont WANT to .,... 4 IR fomlly room modern, olr, conditionedeportmenn 'iINT.50 io '
buyor. Why rant whtn you can FOR PT. ot stOic. lOMPAC lowing Machine Usebleneeds ,
SAV"w '.dll 01111. "lo. Cl.., 3 rool, w..llido 1oc.1on.' Homo' In Jo. for ilmllor homo InOalnetvllle neer Unly. 4. "ModCtnler. 'pace. loll NW AIN It Call 17.. ottentlon. 111. % li. violin .
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91110 t0000d Word ni only no pell or 17M004. bow and case, good ployingcond
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MODELSNow block from school' ..... 01. 3. tSTATEl Amoit lowlbodoootnIbatlo.onlooilyhoot.. Sdjorbnnnriiig. LOOM required" IN per ma Colt OPPICU I" A C. AlAI&.AbL5Dntsi .. 121. FR, H47IREMINGTON .
1333 for apyointm..n 172-34M: or 3744360.I : .
ed ond aIr, conditioned homo enlorot It Pool [itoto Wintod Con'.1 .loll 1. AC.. elKlrlc' typewrite"?
:. BUY YOUR NEW HOME 100 > 200 lot lulll., In n. liv dI. room bIt. boo p.r mo. Coil l..II., f..ity' 195. Manual' Underwood .... Clll
ARNOLD kitchen unltl FXIM WANTED U 10 101 on,.. C.m. by 1504 NW 414 00 .lIor t 3/0-1521 or 17J-7S43 172-4731 before 4 ".11I. weekdays.

: BEFORE DECEMBER 31 Open UALN COMPANY with or without h..... within "M. iECURirV BUIIDINO .

YOURHOMESTEAD lIIullipl. ListIng NI.mbo, IUACK ACRES Trodltlonil' I "bud'" U mllei of 6olnenlllo Clll 374- IEDROOM" furnished opt. MM ... Unlvorslty' Avo First Close MCCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS, new
AND SAVE Mlt W. Unly' A... .rs-I57f room I both home with living 0727 or write 527 NW loth A... Me et 211 IE 4th P1.| Ofllco Ipoco Air corn.. e>evtur. ond used Myorg Power Tools
Auoclotoii, room Mporlto dining, room fimlly Phone PR e-e37J, oft-eireef ,."1. Janitor
EXEMPTION Northwest jono Cildwill with CANT SELL YOUR HOME? WHY 130: Nl 4th A...
room tlreploco ollroctlvo
: Jim Shoppor4 Bon Kukmonconvenient .. NOT LEASI 10 2 MATUOU. lullir Oerden Apartmontl service evellabla. Coil FR, 44404or are "Myen for letter Tool
built In kitchen Centril, .,.
10 ..__.. .. UI MOWN T ADVANCE P. W. HodO' Jimmy 0'... RESPONSIBLE ADULTS WITH Ono ond two bedroom c turn, FR .....*. ILIC.

10 TIll fellowlni, are ready for APPOINTMENT NLYtil Woll.r Oloddord UNIVERSITY. ACRES Now Wnt- NO CHILDREN NO PETS WE lihed ind unlurnlihed" all' IRANO NEW ofllce' or store with 11S 4.00, Ito toy.r.. 1.W.orill, 905... .on 10000tovor

E. Untv. Avo. Estates 125. DOWN lido reitrlclKt' tubdlvlllon, ot oc,. NEED UNFURNISHED) SPACIOUS electric' kitchens ....11'" o plenty of perking JO* NW loth 150", R. C Allm cosh register 135
: i 72 iw.: IJth Wor Larw. 00100011 bo 'o lIr Idol, NOowol 'umI 044 SO .., IOOIItN 10... Povod .,...,.. Outiim city HOME IN lIST SECTION aIr conditioning iwlmmln Avo. 111 por ..... Phono FR dinette set 125 chest of .ro.....
: .....,. 4 I*. 4 WITH I BEDROOMS, I BATHS
t II, limits thus NO CITY TAXIS. pool one block, from P K. Mall
(Country Cluol. .,.IM' NW 'location 501)0011I ) 111 4 fl. chain MW 121IARBIE .
4 BR, Ohm boWs, '... Flo.rm bathe up a Bvrng room, fomlly c........ built 100510 n.ItrIcIH lot. I bMraorm. ocreenMl Loll, from Wt M.00. PS "5212. M"NO K'TCHIN."liON. MOo. Yonge School From 1101 oar 5040 alP conditioned' office inec ...- .... .,.......
09 ...... wn'...'. dlohi5" bIn. porcn, month. Reserve yours nowl, Cor.ntr .
ond additional' solo vory good condition fee TIEL.A"T 0 8EFO 1 11 AMIt hor pool IN 01 IllS N. Molt .lyco doll cloth,. "Manyoriginal
.. screened porch IR, |."
et lilt
724 NW Avenue ltd
InS.dm101. :UK Ploco Ph FR M.M.PARRISH I' Coil 500ity.' 013.432l .
: lalnment' area mmy 'V''' Priced' lower then
kitchen 10 bothi down, completely Hj7a.w., T. rare. 1744454EFFICIENCY
... ... 000ItWnt' w. W. .*.. IIIJ Also Lltto lister
u" Vary llr conditioned' of) lotuHfuHyAH w..4o1 lss N. 1II 1.I'- Out of Town Property commerclil ,
00 _II... I70C dn. and Sill there both all tryes 172-4511
: per month (Will dlmM -"Ity.built' .hi ooollencoswindsrtulbuelnoso ,., na EmooniAlmnlO.I City gooYotontly FOAMS 140U25 I onoono .. ..reh. utllltlto eupplled except "got. 54 I'jlinesi R...,... Wiw 2d'. "CYCll. honor bomnrldd.n.

ether financial orrenee7I5MW. IlmimImint I > 4 Bedroom Model l I. 00 I .0,05 Ioneod I.... Stoom.soil. 112 M wk or 141 me 172 041' Itorn. IIOh' booS .11..
110100 hId IS! P0STO5U1WAgEHou5500m.
10 JHADOWLAWN boa, Old Town Pla. C.II -' Information, after p M 135. Clll 172-telT ottO 4PM
property Let > H. ..5000504Nodhwsof ASSOCIATES INC.H. Croll City, ml 101', call John Merrill, Realto.
: noo P1.W. 211h '1. prenlmotoly' I3T o IW-eto_ ESTATES Wayne Hill Helen, Ontum I BtDROOM duple.. See at lol 372' .... MEISTER PIANO
II.. I 5.0111 dO. till IE 4th It. .
0111 Ml per mOo 'h. .
roonmn.lbOn llrot.
10 ... m..III. -ory_ 1.,_ II ....v... F. D OLIVER Carolyn Nl Pint Pooley It. Miry Tel 171137S PtrrlihIf 40 Builneii Proportii FR 1-4421, FOR LEASE 10000 .... fl. Her upright nightly om,'.. IIM. Clll
09 OPPOSING! building. W. Unlv' Ant. I1HM.
UthSr.I lOosed oo the ..., APTi/Cofc
m NorwoodHope ride of NW m* Street Individual, Ityl.o Poe YOU RIMEINVESTMENT 11EALYDUCORATED tog per mo Clll Hersnell HoyBRAND WOOD FOR SALI, 90,0.10
BETTER dolloOry
.... I baths Moo 11., tnt HURRY .logo students and without
ceuplei 001. PS : .. ,
two MocM levl of ".W. lothAvemo. S Wolt planned. living aroas children 43145 5 MI..II. .ut,..,.... .....,1 prlc.
mont' preferred Call" Now-
: per PS .7511.
Reilly' nlco aol will Mil oulckty.I .
.. S Ouollly malarial e> workmanship : berry 471.221 or 472.2371. Phone FP. I "IS.
IR. | balh Boautltul, built, In _
IA' '' NEW 0th .. or store wllpenty
: A community' bib 04,9114.. .'. o,'orlBreeklatt Low Price on o welllocitod FURNISHED APT FOR R US t of pirklng, lot NW lOIN TV onlennos. II elnglo slock .'
S you would bo
doubio 113 00 ht.
stock compute
13th Street
"H" Inc. WALTER STUBBSInc. proud to live In floor Corport bar. .Pretty utility hardwood 100 0 lot Near MedlcilConler oar. control 2, mole, hr.A: ; utilities condition.od fur.nlshed. : .02".... II2J per mo. Phono FR, I5f Jim 0001... 41* NW Ith Av

.. w. Trad Homts Drive W..I.. N W. HthAvo 100 hub lot Will toll for 111,150. University .. Phono FR 11431 or FRe4173. ULTIMA h.,... old 101 per cent
poet tho Olen' Iprlng Interjection Ony MM down and I/I per Call Anna Minion172S3fl OMNL4 w..ou.. lao o91AlAN prescription made no cord _

.. or Property |.. sign on 'Ion m.nlft. BYRD no bollerlel to replace. smell aso
.. 'ALL OUR HOME All FR, 10044.McCOY'S. FLORIDA! PARK Gtacfyt? Smith Realtor EFFICIENCY APTS. "jIIl7j110! wedding ring end lust io personal .
o. OPEN FOR YOU TO EM- __ 122 W Unlvorilty' Ant.POTENTIAL. IM "MOMlcenopy .. Galnosvlllo, Hairing Aid
.. JOY lEIINg ANYTIME' IP Phone 376-5394 -For me family who noodo ....... exchange. dod VM Co. FR
of Hi. M.W. ;W JtJl CALL. 4 .". I baths. Excellent neighborhood .ND.N.W I BR APTIAlKondltloned. .u.i.... Op..'"",,,,, "OOOS.ITO"
M.moer V .
,1J dIll 010101 "W trad loousis" Largo 1 lendeceperj lot ...1_. ft Homo tile bothi, terrlf.lo "
,IMArTlblATI INCO'Mit Spool the Christmas'
AooocloHoii of Oalnoivino. f R 4-5301 or PR dISH I0 147 > 110.loT) price Is 4 ......... I Ealhl hoe',, modern furniture. Only for HI R. money wether on, ffilUOI ineoeilenco
You ought see it, Corner ,lot I mlnu', loon, U."y, 00 III
PART' OR FULL TIM KHrll, 111 up Dryer, 145up

ltCt tCt !CeCicc"tCt! tCiitCtCectC tCqttCEt MACOMAHOMES 'N 25 w..000 OIl 00 llroet *aouth 0. Call No UHtil children dayS or ,pets J70-UM tOt Hire h o ground floor opportunity HANDYMAN. Expert appliance ....Ir. AI
for SlOOP FR 44247I
tt(11 Wo hove Two nicely furnlshsd I all1JOJGladyl 00901090. o man or women lo makemoney
SShonrooMSl.l.owyno.Only earvtng email' A I.
INC. o email payment end Smith Realtor 'TUO.nan.. ond efllclen.clot I places ot "booboos with, DISHWASHER, ncsiiintcondition
Sit :ft"m __ m. w. Unrvor.lly Ant. available for ne.t Irlmee.tor in demand 4 who con modlu"'l;
per buy. Sod ...
0 Phone 372-0411 oiler t P.M, 12400 tor mOlorl.". _'
MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1 THI 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly GOOD BUY only for mo'. In'omntlOll, ventory .m o .buslneii that Phono 1721729IINCER .
round bobbin
UNIVERSITYREALTY 00 largo 01'OIl ore able 10' metricportaoie
130' 0 7W .
OP .
SII do.M 00001 W. 46 l/nurnshed! Aph.IFACIOUl maka H.-Contact P. O. boo Use equippool to tig leg,
colonial mill,*. 00tnoIuo"' WV 5 oIcgrootnlol 10...,.. "''I.WONDIRPUL 00000nom, ooopcooO m..v 0011.
..... _ _
sood hontot.mooll
tIlls home ll lined llh or fancy Hitches. 4 _"
B.Eligibl. for Homestead Ex.mptlonWe'll eon.venlencai lot' .buolomo, ro.,1y 517 t BR duplex. kitchen" .buslneu. opportunity' 1750 .
for greclout con_ u..v.. .... It In,........ till equipped, 4144 N W. lOlh SI, nopels 1 ecrei of .lend with on estebllsh.od or M COM George too
poriry living, Nollci the well' 111! N Main It. Ph m-41fl .. lowing Machine Co. Phono 1704214. -
lops, S1H30I. SM mo. Clll FR 4-1107 buslneis, service' station, imcltrui .
4 IplIllIld' work irte with w. M, Mun,... ReeltorAssoi KM p.m. Avail. at _.. grovo, room for trailer ._
Pay Your Moving Bill laundry kitchen, end pantry I I. Mclaughlin, Frank 42 Fermi fr Acreage court location All far quick solo, I AUTOMATIC" wishing, machine,
I BR, living kit .
llorago handy lo tIll llrvlce Ill.Iran. Rooy Roy McConn, T, C. Douglas, room equlpptdISS Would, consider right kind ot guerenloed lo work, 13]. I 30-
401 NW .
J,. por mo 12th OrCallTMcKlnney
There ire throe bodroomi 000 ITU gel vented woll heeler
200 .c,.. wllh ltyobii1U0" trade lolling duo to Illnesl of
FRt 3117
(f (Within 100 Mile R.dim of GatnttyllU) with outttandlng, cloiotfacllltlei H.."' LilIlmood. .ro.. Modortbitci'on. ,000d. yaglunt' ..d .01' Oalnoontis, I-! WrIt. MARKHAMt "Mclntosrt. with thermostat, UO. Phono t-

plus two full' filed yord I Ill 47 H.u... for Rent Furn.AVAILABLE 0714.SPECIAL.
bOWS and 0 Moirllo droning now Shown by eppt ISO acres Alachuo Co. .,. IAIE aialaas, 17 porhundred
3 & 4 Bedroom Homes All a oreo In the maiiar oulto It MARY MOILLER REALTOR Oolneivlllo lultablo Hat lUClteir-Uk IIS44i0statlto
j City Conveniencti.ty far for ..... or II..IB per .... Well.,
haa alto Deo 15th SOT* IIn..-
o formal living room with 1011 W Unlv.' FR 44471OWNIR subd vldlng. Highway ..110.. I ''''od. ..rveoon Aieleo Nur.WLSOfTs'lEXCHANGE .
0 ....,... dining' room plus 0fimlly Polentlal, ....,..... IR I bathS, con heel end olCond cloi help available. Cell FR 4. 1077.1 0,10005. 00200.
G.E. Built-lni. Terms To Suit Your TRANSFERRED -lilt. 11".
Budget. .
room w Ih 0 flreplece MARY MOELLER REALTOR far omlll fomllv Slog or
Ivs baths dlthwashor, dlspolll,
4 oersonl wllh llnglo Beds. W. WASb TO ho 1.1.100,5050040
and beiullrul' cherry ....11...
porwist floors, fenced yard mldown. lOll W. Unlv' Avo FR 1140 Neor "Mod Center rltAg000toom, '
0U71elf par mo locoohiioo'iy SoloN
The 1M ihaoe of tho
houiewith ONE OF
HI 41 ..... 1231 Nl *0thPloco GAINESVI5.LESTOP "
III onoched two cor 10. 172 M44.Arronoe I l' scm noon U.'v.' A. M.... _,. end Unlv Loose required' phono172jai
HUGH EDWARDS INC. 376-7971 rage and rear polio will .oelll""l" 'ittntotmmt 'PflOl'"II. or 321.4300.
miko i delightful lice tolive. purcheso brforo Jin. litmanto 001 53,000 down I IJTHOUSLlocelxt FIVE Ill I E. _lot Itreel Phone FR ...".
Low down .. .... .
O71 5OC'ATI"
3 'til/ PONDYCU A ''NCo on Archer Rd 1'IrIoc' UIID vACUUM CLUANISU'

: 4401 NW 17th PI L.... Ilk. rent Nl lthMAVK S ALTOS for Itioso who oroier privacy Service .'*. AvalloMo loon.AVERAGING P.. Soil
N0!. 15th STUHT .,,J JOth AYE. MARY. MOULLUS SIALTOS m W. ::17",", 374-1447 Klrbvl' Noover EUctrolMweitlngnouse

.0 Tho Charming ,OllW.nltJ. A... PS 44471 jt;; iACiil AltoocIlco HAWTHORNE RD, I BR house end other
sill 14 mill Wool II City IIml. turn. tullinie for couple or I per. ID WA1DIM 174-2J41
RANCHO GRANDE hnuio compMely romod.OIM of oavod road Dry plot ion only 151 per mOo Phono FR,
I II. LR. DO kit ond
woedo tl.loo an acre with '-.. .m. 900 Gallons
I bod'...... t ", th.. otudy, boON. lOOolOO R. comer lot Small Call Dick ...,._. RALPH SINGERSLANT0MATIC

fomlly room 'Irving ,room dining down payment fjg I| 3rd It FOISEY Opoto,. "W. Unlv" 41 H..... for lost V.1.0. e.r '.y with no credit on _..
room, oak parquet floor P11. P0 04130. A_ 174191.33OACSU l A beeutlful vicinity In ono of

SERVICESHome drapei Included I30.0M: 10% HELP STAMP OUT *BR ..... bullfTivt : Golnetvllle nicest "OOid001lstOrOOL 1 Aporoi. 7
form on hlwoy 71. light I botho, cent. me. old. does everything -
Down. SALES COMMISSIONS mile. N. of Loll City Good ..II. .lIcIwn, lOrPI 0 and Slor000otoo. Write lo MIA, Oeineovlllo with out ...... Mokoi buttonholes

I 4m NW iTttin"PLANNINQ 1000 .... ft living, 7M .".... IIS. 4 aero .like, 70 Km in com, II, 0101 1120 p.r msLlloltO Inn 4 WI will Mil YOU! sews on bultone. Blind

entente din. rm. con, Kent M ecrei in timber. lalinco' .Inpoiluro PS 13034. hems, etc. Fey sol. ot 1121. I,
TO BUILD"Ut 4. air, ..... pius ittlc too Herd- .._ Price HIS perecre BR llv room dining room hAs up pay of 17 per mo.
wood floors femlly ..... will old Tenant houw. It pecan rchen., Glossed In Dub DOrM 61 W.n'.' to Soy DooM call. woOl Jimmy Cra
And Business ui give you an .." brick flroplace, .hi kit, wall avan. tree*, I magnollai. Molt pInto 171 per mo. Ill NW llnd Ave by eo..... Oof. Oilnesvllio. Buecloan

mole on contracting your dlshwesher, 11.....,. rolrlg' Ion* ewue Mtiino In thlt ..... High Cell Ocolo, _"... COINS AANIE0Al .
0 ....... Street I block .long, noframe land broad view" overlooking lone -- UI. and foreign silver 'o S "o lob woil" 51l'. .
flow custom horns.CoIIG.roldotV.Q.. Flotcher lull on 00051t II ion down Write Don pTervot;, BR. ....1.'., proof tell one "U carpel wllk Bluo Lustre.
.. I McCoy lot 1724 IW Ind PI Owner, Ion 143, White Sprlnoo, SHADY, FENCED YARD hell dolls, Rent electric. shempooer II. Me-

.. .. Moo f. radar Roeflitf Day FR 6-7290 Appraised $ 5.'IOO. will Loho Fie. 0 Cily., cell Tom Davll 7110377, 1114 374700 NE III It RIBII STAMP I. COIN IHOP Donlell, Furnlruro C.., Oalnosvlllo

Nile) FR 6-5015 Mil for J23.500 if sold b. Pro "w Unlve .lty 'y. 50OSlnf _C....,.
000.0..0. MONET Many dell...htful, homes for rent atthlt
.. IH per cent kilereot formo ItiUILD c. L. HARREU 6.6502 for* Doe .3 h'. $3500( WOODED time OIL geleleg round 100011
IS ,...., Con*actor down reason I need the 4Wj ocras for sumptuous FOROYCI I ASSOCIATE 'INC. 42 M..hi..." 0 Took chairs wlm bultet, OWl baby ....
... Ivy _. -', MPINANCI Par III you reoUnt. noedi and] roUR Office located itN Country living REALTOR till Mcreterlel" oek deiki Sill
.. ,..,0, M OhOIS 'MaIN llrtet and 03rd .''Yd. money IIOwl! Owner, FH 2. Unique erchllecf. designed. 024 W Unlv. 1741131'Ptione GU.ELY Itaclop w.o''v' 0,0500 ofllco desk k. chair m. opt.
Dan Byrd P$,. }-S7J 6671 1. mtIo T 500*. 0000limI 05.1 sue get Move chests, _Cl ..
I CAl Contemeorery. home S 55,5 bathS, CCI hoot.....: 1111. C...."" .. ir* Redlel' MW beaten, beds. lamp. *, refreloero.tor .
P11* 0011 OsOclOtI015 II toomol I 312-1J9.10,1. CarWIM Noyls boil. 0173 Pot' 0004 NIN 1111 on Cotonot A. swnMr.oo ..10010.omlt pocket mvelii 100'_.. 1
91,500 00100 0000 II 11 Gar ] ) Door 0' ., *. excel co1I4Q ...I till 4o> for II c...., Old ether household
001 WIl 0)0017 dl0mS of ms Oodyi Smith RoltyI22lWtnloplilyA :171-2041 for loot mOtor 4 10 f M .Items. Priced to sell PAULINE

... 510901111. CON 15101r00. ARAOI 0000) IPICIAl litImlMlatlen COLOREDRENTALS !!:...- J I 0". I ..,ft. .11thon ....... I.Unlv. ll| NW tlh _Ave. FrM DoIlve"
.5. 09. CISCPAf5tC.. 0.0)1 t reealrl, HevM" ooo PECAN GROVE Aoo PNoolo aI..5711 011 .4 HouiahoW 6040111'iIAVS"MIOVUO -Fair
5I S. "Mole' 01 P11. PS 04411 all door troMOMtf Call Wort S PM.I lone Zig Zog
1 AM. or lOll 4 PAV Anytimowookendo. young IreetCemforteoia j I.. I ball'. lomaono In Pin .... .lo lobs ..
FRIO L ARNXXO. *I CC 000110 ImectMie
I ,... COBB S's 1,0111 .com C_ so so' sold 0000115 .... _m.011 .
On 04
..... anodol
SlAt lOW 0000 Llttiowood .011.01. 5025pot' 10095
poo NW lOIN Avo._sn-ioet house AntlguM 'in our new tocltlon.oehortterMi 00. *
FHA AID CONVINTIONAt, II ml tram einesvlllo PIano PS 4304 an so .... bad. roond Favmenfset lo per
LOAN Call 101... otoodhom ot 104 NW 34m Tor. end Wlti
TELEVISIONP1CSTTTJII "Meoio teole 4 ooplolni A.I..
mi w WNIV AOl. ..... mm in-lost JSff&Xtt'tSsfsrfv'Lou...
THRU bedroom, I balh onfumth.Od. Oholos. Modern Woliiirl chhoChrlstmM JoeI ,
Oledvs Imlth Realtor ..bI.... ModorO 5.11.
illS 1000.05.011
Auto CUM per monm Immodlotoociueoncy.
FHA. Com. loom I leoolr IWclol. I) rIOT w. University. Ant.EXCLUSIVE ARNOLD MAC TV _...,...... md other"
FOROVCE I. AUK'.' INC por men owe no 10 .....', moo BRAND NEW DUPLEXES Co. housefieid .Itmt. NeerreNo Fur. m000o
AUTO Cj\"" II 000 m.II11 Isolb RIAIIORIM Moo. I Veer w.,_. loot.. BUY 011070 0000. own. low ee 14 oer .
0540. 110,400), 10001010111001r05 y .. Unto .....IM ,Sicnd11_ tVt from ate,, M ocreo Mock loom veoetlbio J7M571.I ._' 000 NW lOIN A... POOCO PS 4 Free oillmeiee. olckue) ond moms do-
p5010. A ......,,. Add OIlS vARiity 11001I form, near Alechuo..oemo of 1 i I BR I BethlTI 01 .ks ceuntry *,. dowy .*.*
b..ulY40OhOIIo10ut0bodUl .. .... M .... rlclMet nil | hava over Wool I'S wall 0. OSit' ....,..1.| N I. told pSnTpoIri* *""*
fliNt Auto Sf000 Co.W Drisshihig. W.tHnil. 4 T_...t wrm M yoort oa 13000 down win hand' rhlo art $1205053sOiog I REPOIIEUIO MOOOOW-lrlete H
0W.. tIN P11I0L.. ..._ III __ IMIMIVO mimo, phono 4 I '. _1orI.1II. OEOt' dowlo 401.0. mIonco. 0509. _'. NOW YOU coo eniey cooking with
3320. Iwo" Ch',1o' UOOO bookcete .... kMonorMO GAS. Fud alto GAS OO- Ball
( cMr ..lilt wasof okeno 'LIC'.OM.e. 500'V''INTIII
o Aute 1..I.tnouu"c kn tree one] demoeM Mo. AOprevoo > SoloS 'Y.. ._ or S. I. SAPP REALTORNIWBflRY MARY MOELLER. REALTOR treie moot, ooo 511 0 sarmos.' MaMhfy PornO.lop. ovt -. .ifss'sfJiiyiifZf' "

.kg ItM* lairo ol tseo' v .*.. H> til loot UMvortlFfAvo. FLA I 1010 W Unlv. .... FR, 4-M71 c. 401.00115 50110509 lOt .ssnN lop .,. msot.... --. fl lo

; JAC0 .mholLI. Magnolia Serlrvgg Wai or CaPtiono >, for prompt Sod honevttervko 00100 OrcOor It, *.000SoSy ... BgKBl
e cnengo*. Bepaw Ills 09.Wall 411" PIll IIIIMATII.Phone gauge Irownong auto .ks -
10010011. 11) ,.. I "0. bl0000t dlo09 liD 0,01 55. sod
o* 'w.T.: : .to buS *00000. lOIN .0011 't't bIll. IJO. H.. ....... ...' .

>* ClAuS R J lll iVUbiU H.m. Rip.lrtCOMPLI1I FOR RENTSPACE oKonent and. Very reoim 5000 0110. ..... -... .. NW
: :mrCl..iu'; V'I 0. .MO >f eoio 21...... 3.1 ..... 14ym 14utorUs

MOM. PR new 110 you "..... pboas .0)100. .. MOBHI KOMIklPAIR Puii ifu.-c II M twIll __ 5aO. aim.oO mow.
lotIon looN Hi C_. I li lore.I'll 010,5 0o04. 15
hans OOWl I10.VICEflcoe. .44 000. '-
: = = :; AVAILABLE IN THE :; Appraisal l Strvk OtoyNo S *.. .. AM 11055 0011 wwd10S. S000000M5 '10 l"p 401 iii
Sod Desk 0*
lit M lamp P5 109.
0 151000* 5 550100 All -- .

;. Mi .... bId 900. Clip Co, boon MoMM. =. Fnpur oorv.O CAROLYN PLAZA 13. 17HI04. 1015C05 _ot 1000 roco.w

.. & r *011114 IdS., I 1 S ,.A.' AFPLIAHCI1mm 0'lS wi _.,
RIAL IIIAfl APPIMIAL01001C1 9 Pivoosnm Ilsos Nood wIlls tight one ton .050011 5. Ss0C- Otwt. mt Coo o ".M. Pt
'L ergo living" dlmng. ono 0 Double comportment line.Mssenry ( 15 SM IlMll no ooLlCTRIC ..a... -.. Noco. ...
,.t* w UNIV.. Aol PH ftP PAINTINGModem 0 CerolnKHM S v inotlois IlkidlFiooro Directly Across From C.mput) I '- Wwo 0$ SI
5 ,_.... Till window sills I? -osO'm'I 1,00 SilR0'ngoo INAUTO
0 P1051011 He'll! wo/Io/ 0 L_ Iop ..III ysi WIl 1620 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Hm9115

utldoslnafrvckl Painting Sun Wnut Ads 0 1151' lob 0 lbmso.N WI0aloy I 0411009009 100 ml.5S ZIG ZAG
S Laoio 055011 111409. III 0 5000100 A0l. Ol0.oll0.'t ha In
.. 5,414 091010000' booIl. 5.0,11 .of Iho bool BO maoimlNo Is.p'41 I .lean 0 P0000 107001000 009100 .00055mbooI

IW ..... .... ... 70 o .womdmW0 0 000. o S L MO* Ctosotlock 0 COIn It St'00.i 5000 .... 550 551 $01 110n115 .5111015(0 OO0t0 ... 00 No oomo.o.o _

09 toll FtMM Jrtmol M too boj or tmetL 95510. 0 seeraee closedwetMrej 0 1- pay 5009000 CONTACT 010 0.000. 950 44.5 _P015 oWN 0010 Soul

: Sew' MaChISS R.p.k. 0 MochMo ftotwooor .S1O *ItOVI.000050,1|'IN.<..."UNI'5m .-. .00..95 00 wrw ms jsw- ...s, Cmi.S00oS -.

u,........, Get Results oppo..twiene gad 171-5121 *, ITLSIU E. M. REIZEN PP 41500. ..-. aI, .* 4..

101015(0, III I. iImc UPI00151It IS, SI Sobs 00040 PS ans Os sonlsaO taIls tomsop Ads 101I1 banS. P. o. i 14002 ADVERTISE IN THI SlIP(" IKOWAm. I
.. FR .
mo. o7HHFIMor it 01.0 is ortcee.Fl CaO 0411 -mo Fine r.. II.. ,_ ..... _II.
5.050. 09010 5051091S 0-MOa. ONI ..... U T... SERVICE: niHFPTOBV !" "T* .*s r 0 OSIS '-
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Monday December! 7. 1964 Gainesville Sun I U
I 66 Miic. For !.!. IS Autenwbilci ..1 .
far Sil..fHONEFR .

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01011.,4 -I.f WES.POWERS
"h 3 t. 2.1754. .: : ; MOTOR
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7111 h, 400 Pttacnmontt. round 'or. n500 5110. 0011n0olsrcpc"
WMM Saw -... Kid n. 4555. ter en -. $54

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03.004440N r*. .1' W. Unl. An.phww 1UNTON P.Ok .1 1 :
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worn on* en 300 14. lovetItuo y :1,.
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fR ..11I11_ .....111... 51310, phon, 45..J1J11,

TINE 1,mount FIREWOOD I art M gd.r rot. Oil lll Is.r; NO DOWN'......PAYMENT PI. FINANCEFortig'ii LOSE MONEY!" and trade wild. Try us and see,

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P II 607,4 .
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& Sporti Cm
70 'o.t -M.,I". InuipU $400

15-T.TTuTr; TRIUMPH TR.I: 551. 541 Enpl05, make off.,
kilt Kwvy 54505 "COU"I 50/41030 Sot" e prices u. on .
A-1, nggri tor Off ...... iporti NW 11th A..._172...... Slit

poSing ..711.. 'M RENAULT DAUPHIN 44oor, 62 Chevy 61 '
Phew M Mercury 64 VALIANT 63 FIAT
th.". very ........bI.. CM
.... 140 HP MerenilHr. lltbMrd. bo 5.50 51 i| Nw mil Lairs.KARMANN.GFfIA .IAIr, 4 doer galore Waoon, _. .1' 500.
like now. Unit cwnpnl Pow,? _",. 4 5p1.. 41544504 SO05' 1,4,.... 2.doc. Aulomatlc troromislon rodeo, '4-doG Slo"dad nonsmision. rdiG.Woolen. .
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Kt.ftMHt.rmyM.WIHCHESTfP. 1114 bolts raciinim Hit. radio h 0I$? root Rico Irwtwnls51.o.
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71 c.III.Hllnt-.i.1t 1,61 ALFA ROMEO 1_,. Must $1595 $1295 $945
lOll now. S1250 C'II 50 Cool it
.131 C llbrd iut rIo PI Kappa *lphi.lloov .
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fl. Good e KSB...TtTS. M ...-,. 'I Btitih A cw 'but VwFnNon 64 Buick I 61 'VALIANT -,

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rib culls comp
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P1 t44M"day M 1-3127 nle"". 5041! 1r _11..1... $3795 '
0114 VOlKIWAGIN-Nnv "'... $8 95
72 Office Equipment 1041. hcoU"I _0111.... $100. $3895 45
C.II 371355 .ttor S _.Y"
I'i' m ear SUnd'Y ,
o VE1UFAX..... eptnting condition. Matn ST AutomobllM WtritddWANTED 61 Chevy '
good tooiuinplM 61 IMPERIAL
hill dot*
.p fo In .... Him a MINM 61 Olds s.3"6. ... v.. ,63 IMPERIAL
1.1. ta _,.,.. Compute *101wt"natlC CARS WAN 110. 11604 'ordO.. ..55'. 4 4.5, hardtclo sIr Crown 4.daor hardtop. Power 11..1"0.
tlmtr sod? ond. ehtmlcin.Uwont lirgt ouVcopy 3 IctI CMvrol"a$....... 510 AI II H.00004.h .,0NV. 1II1"'nt.' $119 4-door Crow" Power, 1II"'nO.' power power broke. rodeo 11IOt.r euto/n0tlc
et pops
ply _.lIon. Must '>. ",14Imtiwauitly $2795 brok'. rodeo MOPS oul11C irons' non noIu4on, al.condltlanin". A beou'l011.
i to ",.k. room to* 'iulcn' ol-condillanl"lJ, fill tor
Icratr-apMlty m cnln.. Pro.MnioMtritlon. Olson used 60 Borgward
con Coll
Cooled. tnt w. 0.otwr 10114515as11001OI11S SOS' Bolo "rln"" FR 3-7128 I _. 55 NIl $3845 1895
tiki It. _
lun ,.... 1101.11.Now I 62 Rambl.r.IC. '

rt the tI.... to ontor your '<4 lulck I'ocl' ,.. 4 door hint- 03as.4. 4dm. ...1..... $5 95
CHRISTMAS CARD lotio MIS sos hot WMyIlnp.snip 01' _"- tool .Ieo
pills or .Imprint, .iiortod III,.. ,
er .*... ... th. .. """ $1595 EXECUTIV CARS
'ARIeIR'1 Oulll",re MELTON MOTORS 55 olds .
651 W COnplIls Un1v. A.Olf3s.. 37"51 I 4 4500. 0041. ......,. _
7N N. MAIN IT. PR 4-H71 5550.154 wdmmbNry
73 Uu.I..1 M.rcha.dlsc 63 Chrysler Balance of 5 year, 50,000 mile warranty

liARS 5pl.., o".n. Cost 1400 Mw. ..... I 4.45 h.rdtOlloloaded. x$345 4.daer Crown power steering, power broke..

Will IInl..Nil,_ NI 12th ff. 05.0 very POOLECABLEMOTORS I 64 IMPERIAL radio end heifer"dltlolll". pewer1eet1

ReYNOLD" flu' ulld by Iloilflutist $2895 power windows' eutometic pilot.' 2.000 ectu.t
35045 I. 1900
1ft HI sod 511110.
1.,11" cdoonellIa1N1.plCSl' 57 Chevrolet mile,: SAVE . .
bodY.. DODGI-DART 5 b1 $5405, 51osdard
37MHtl tllor I:JO f M. TR'JCKSlit i fi3 Chevy II ".1MAlssla$ V5Nm. Fury 4.door h"dtop Power .tllI"I. pow.

1IClAI.ill MerchendlM CHRIITIoIA"AVINGIon .nd II 111 ..... OT-4M .._ lid.... eu... $695 64 PLYMOUTH Sr broke, .wt..tlc trensmissloe,
Initrummti md ocuinrM. 005011,,,,,,,, Old?
radio heater. Actual 4200 mites. '
OEROA MUSIC CO. .M h...... 900.

m N. Mom" tnwt. SAVE : . . . . .
Value Rated $1795 61
.1101 3M. 4.doo h"cltop. Power steering.
W.MIngtM vprlgM 37 Used Cars $101,1. 103,11,1.P54N '
Good Condo 4>72 ...1.1.... eulttm.tI.fi3 64 CRYSLER .,..... .radio hilt". eutemetle
CLOSE Out ItM modtl SpbrM P1.two. B&G MOTOR CO. tnSoMNNs, rs51i. o.d 1400
ChllctI 01 IInl'" 511,45 Chevy 550.? tron.mision. .1"CllldiIIGIII"f. Actuel7 OO mil. SAVE
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210 I .$.Mu.1C Plrot $101.1 5/45. 2001 NW lit St. iutwnSNU_'" I....... $15 9 5 4-dGo herdtop. pewer .t.I"I.

$PHw.r...... pow 64 PLYMOUTHINdi .ut.m.tlc
HammondOrgans tsAV 'I 000
FOR THE CORRECT $2295 62 Renault t ?. . .

TIME -. _

STANDARD FR 2.1411 ti3 Chrysler $895 VALIANT

Sod only Menwiend) Ore* CaurtnyOfUnlvdrliri ......
0010 IS S.don. o'\ul.-c! 'ro""II. 4.donI.1cI1i0ft wooon. ss1595r. Au" Orjiril r
Min Mor..11 mMM .".. ,..... ,.. Ch.vr.UfN. $2895 THIS 5100' ro410 h.or.!. P'!'*" "..'lng, pow- moliC tronomlssion, roar Moen. tit.IP .
pmy .erfM. T' .t r wr rwlnM.ln O0e.0 Mil" )to IV IStk A... 5'F 'brok.1R.ol role. loo. Condltlon/n9./ .

I. Itio "pr"...e..Moir-jwld. / _
Iduolt. -. end *. PiM'" PontiacWEEK'S $1395 4 $795
llon.ll. Poll ..._ tar the Mimmr GAINESVILLE 56
too Writ dr Piwnoi :=
Ernie Tartler, Rep. AUTO SALES 53.010.. ::::

Aton Music Co. 1007 Phcn N.Hi Mdi 2.61 1 St.1Nortrccntrol I \01100ma0N/.. 1.40. .5a.wnln104....tor. 11.1. '63 '61 RAMBLER '61 Volkswagen

IIIIW. l A... flHwillMiHSPINET Florida 4.000, a.IIOt P.w.r 110011109.
aan..vlll. ".. .."geet Ilnd.p -$495 LIncoln 5100., broh', adlo.wOQOs.h.a/.r. ouloma'" 0".1/ truck, 11.01 tho'I. On, owner.

ORGANnouwMd 10'400000S05Rloum. nddnl Dealer Cdntlndnlol Irorwt'll"lon, 1C05eltls51t19. 745

k.lwc.1Automotiva. flllly.quipped.i1 $1195
00 4544 011mwd.ORIDLIY 63 Mercury
..'....IU. tho..lnt C.nlw BARKLEYMOTORS "
.72131. 95' S3895 '

4.ct..dan.. AularnoNc Ironln4..Ion 1;:gheonotlon, 4941. Itocll" hta'-
",IN THI AUTO GAMlARKlirS : TR 4 radio, ....'''. CIoon' coo.
7< Airplane Sdldl-Rdilldll 0d Maw. Laer. 63 Olds $495-
2201 H. M.i" St.
.. "W' I ....... 4 $845
1'1.Y II INn lIy ., 11..1 n I? SlmO' ......te
p0051341. ..,.... m .454 50in 2.4373-- $2795 3N5m/111.ry. ,- 5545.
N ,or 5111.Co11 451'100331 NtNPM. 0 ..

1 .tor VOLK CEN 1 $2495 I '60 T.BIRD '59 CHEVROLET

71 TRUCKS FOR SALE i 63 TR 4 "fomal" trommision. IO'H'' 1,1"0. 2-dm. 'fonde t16IG11.' 6..,11...
.? end 5004001 .... I power broke. ,.4145. "'.0'.,. IN'. ,.4ie. MU,.,.
GeM rill cenot'lo11 60 VW $1245 $495
1500 312.194 $2295 e_'....

II MdfwcyilM 6 Se" '" MILLERrf $1095

LIKE NEW. HONDA 305 BROWN J.*_ ,: i : : : 56 Pontiac y
Two uo ,.vmontt 53751 1N. 451. 4222 14500 '..1.. 5.55. SUPER SUPER SPECIAL
1750 dllY' =; ,
NW. (UII St.F .. nS3m5. 58 VW
00. ........
14 AUTOMOIIll REPAIRS f-4552 4.4., CI..Ic. AsoP.m.tic tr..... ,
$445 62 RAMBLER 1 045
H Zvi YOU' 545wfNle.uSO $695 ,1..1.. vale., .. . .

NAWIroWIas M 145 motor 01.000044.O'OR co.. ji ji6i55 2.400' Meson. Autu.etic tr..... '
1M N. MIN' It.J7t.I56' 62 Plymouth 62 Porsche 61 COMET .. 825
50.15 m50N .o*. ,1..1., ,,4.0. .. ". S. .". .
IS Astsmebil' Ii. Sole ;: .5110 trtot. ,_ $-_....or.m1 $2995 JOO co", .,.,.,.. Pewir .t.I",. ,." ..
1'11I lMm
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JOHN 5505.DILI W' far 51511 iJlLOOII$.. ..dIMVMn MOTO' co.Itl . . . 1395
Ml ran trvcll MHI M N. MAIN j 63 Sun....."'
CMll. CMrooi ... .
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LII ,.... 'I2'GO. Power book..,
w f' 65001Nos dm05T5AVTOMO,1l1 $345 55 PontIac hoot... =='oC 4150045 nerwslos'. ,'= sf62/1410/d rr_.... 6.quf4dpr. Rupp
V-4 .._ "Mt. V7I .......
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50031. 4 _. 0.1144419
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...... CNo5011 ..... Jo'- 0"45 ti50 ., ,5545. 551.
ry .4511.MI5. 5 M IM ...T P10(55 ". $1395 $195
..... Au751055SOUTNISN 63 ford
rUd fOlIO RANCH WAaOM. ...1 -.41454,4$145. .. .
w. WH f- -
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nJ>. 5.5 sw.3isty 57 MERCURY
m1 _neii CM 5 400. 1.. I $2395 60 V.nholl
5u PLYMOYTM 2-o.1 VI Per '
544345 h ir 550/5 eiWy .. 7/1.101 .- 4..551. : -''' "- S04i'. ro4b, '
: 62
kv p I. CM V}BU ."* Mora, VALIANT
'M. I $495 '

MUST SILL 63 Ford $295 s' ... ,
'w M..CUR.D.w. Nt'. SW t> z.1b n t55/e/.p. &.5w *, '-
too* Mm. C. % 03M5io4' nd0. "'or. o/r-ct0.tw51w,
mnn WE'VEGOT :=.. =": 5: 58 Rambler
MUST SILL MOW. rMI CMiV. MWH.1VI 00300. 00-5 0.4.4 Mae.I '
c- 07 __ s51wKRrrKS 57 DeSOTO $1245
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5 K 454 .05.. ".- $2295 $195 4eisgala". AuAaro.M fwwnIU.on. '
..... us 5045 5,40.... I fIIdoo, Mu'...
01.3. ClOt 5467143 1965
62 Fehtane 61 Austin $275
*.O TRUCK i mislod : I 4 '
CM* !< FORDS -- s.nt 94 62' RAMBLER
.TlrV. anrnM. soot to* la ill u'. A.. wN1$00 I $1195
CN.veOLil w.oi, .5.4_ I READYTO $1465 '57 B U Ie K 4.dI 05. 51+ 1.14145. '- v-'
.0. 305. S.awnw3nr
.45554. l 2-dnoor .fisdro '- ooog. 040067. :::':.--4----. '
CAlL. 5411' ....... ,...., -,.. .
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..43.1500- --...m/11ry..... -01114-. I DELIVER BARKLEYMOTORS $245 $1295

P. 001.
100-.-..".300..'" ..... ...
c-w.. sir W 005.
S. .,. 001. Pt I a K i SIEi/ SMITH WILlUI SLIGH.
4 $0111 055M -- DON? DELAY
.;z.. / I a.
.. .u. .... 10 51sa
010,4 ..rS77.5R SHAWKEETER

.- ........ ; MOTOR
s1r.w. (0350350 sere I

5 AL lie 41. ... T sr & 2201 N. MAIN ST.
... -.. -
Auto Come
51411 411 r .167+1.as3.1..w Borklcj/l The No"n.

: --- 211 W. *T 312 N. MAIN
.- -.. PLr000rrN.... FR 2-4)71-Open Daily Til" 9 Sun Til 6 ST. FR 6.3400

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ff GalnwUle Sun Monday. December" 7. 1.9"

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REG. $22.95 REG. $14.954TUBE Phonol.Sterso. XMAS gjj SPECIAL. SPECIAL

........,..w... NEW
\.: .:-s:! : II .snrnMn.n.,.-., 1964 WINN-DIXIE TUES. ONLY

',__!"it-_. 4.:.. I ...."'....metlonodlC MODEL 162 White
? f. -
::. : j -_, 100% COCOA FIBRE
cII '
'I a 4 14YY4 'vgFCk? tiy utomatic
L'---> $5995 = ZIGZAGCMW
5TubcWESTINGHOUSE G.E. 12" x 20"

TABLEClockRadio' -
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DISCOUNTS 1699 OUR $ wn.n.e.n.ry.
u T 1199r o S
PRICE .s. DACE: .. ....NM1HURRY 4\1
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phone, deg ar sIT'S :

r FM-AM RADIO $27.88 ..TTHIUIIC1 NiGL'1'IIP'' +Iq I!;'I!} "4 All 79c-

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I 1028 N.MAIN ST. 12 E.University National Sewing Mach. Co., Inc.

i GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER t u" Avenue S1CW Formerly IIMIV,Miktll's Sewing Mach. Service FRS.ll"' NW



renneuf.WAYS CART Mouthwash Micrin RIBBASKET
11.40 Value REG. 98e

BLANKETS $Q95 JergensLotion 59c



: SINGLE CONTROL $999 REG. 79c I.'t

1 'finish PLUS TAX WHIRl.. ..APPLICABLE. ...
RMIMIERi W.41. "' "torn "d.r
4J cu. Ft.Capacity. f While 95cI

TWIN BED Lost They!
,f 2 t 9 West University DowntownQuikSave
224 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-047 T.
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT Limit 1625 N.W. 13th Street-372-7141
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Q-MtitiM 1620 W. University (Carolyn Plaza) OPEN 10 AM TO 10 PM DAILY


,. SpecialsWhite SLIM JIM -

Blanket I SETS '

Horse Scotch $4.89 Denims Cotton Cords and
Polished Cottons 0.
rw / rtstalrsrrrr Me M. /

b.r6w ..1 Kentucky Gentleman'S3.35 P51151
i 5TM 3.99 REG.2 FOR 500

SAVE,NEARLY $i Heaven Hill . $3.19 WHILE 0. SIZES 7.14 REG. 4.99

$ 00 JTH THEY :oo
SALK 9 Calvert Gin $2.855TH r 26
. .
Finest quality aluminum 10-indi; : TEFLON B-L CHILDRENS DEPT.
e dO'r%'lifetime rayon Dylan 20'Jhotlon bbcilntWra7teIQpentUlsooetrol ReplacementGu 2.Y.a PRICES GOODTOMORROW with TEFLON genuine COATING-so. DUPONT FRY PANS277 Ch.... It L.y...., Free Gift WrepflnfMONOGRAM /
e smooth to slick that
e Heat autonnttolly adJoiUto rant.. ONLYTheUniversity
tempcntura chance foods |lust won't stick!
.8M ULInted* ppromdT2184 AgelmtMechenlcel Bakelite handle, stays
s : .5 dew colon inn cool.
ps.I C.eh4....14.M 13.94 DefecHW.X.GRANT 4 fV

1901 SW 4IR T10ilt wt'W Ate
CO-. G. C. MURPHY CO .,.xaiit s osvra
DOS rrs.rr

s M fl WVu NOW'Pecans !
-lfAe$, Lady Sunbeam

Sneak Preview"Night and < 'Pears $395 H,.Hoed 'I 095 RICE II

"SURPRISENIGHT" 1 Plums 595 Gift Wreppee1.Comfort FREE
Perslmons' _h
ANYTHING 11..1e. Double. Ie4
CANHAPPEN rAND GRAPES $1" I Single Control '1295

USUALLY 1-Y.or Werronty
DOES t White
tLwd.11:30 4 Spend-MeR..el!
: s 2OS: pm.t Scupernong
t, Orvwu ch b SRo 0cbla $1.75 RCA VICTOR $1995
The Kilgore Seed CompanJau"
Hundreds of Other Bargains;
\ of/scow Seed Company


Alt CONOmONID SANCAICT PACIUTIU Mimi PARKINd. Pet Supplies Garden Supplies 7 SoL 1st Ae. "0. HM S<..... PR C-5141 511 NoW.,13t1,_St:

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