Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00254
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00254
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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What Happened on Rough Waters o.f L. ?

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By NORM La COE Sun Staff Writer Two of his daughters are married; two live at heme, Peggy, 10
"Don't worry about us," the two fishermen told William Tanton, -- -- -- -- -- -- and JoAnn, K, in the Mullis' trim white house at 217 NW 36th Terr,
Jfewnans Lake Park manager, when be commented It was goingto Strong Careful Men only a few blocks from the Proctors. .
be bad the lake. ,
a day on
Mullis was a test board operator for Southern Bell in Gainesville, I
"We can take care of ourselves." Somehow and the number of fellow workers who turned out In the long
Disappeared week's search Is testimony to the kind of man he was.
They pushed their homemade 11-foot inch fiberglass boat Into _
the water at the public ramp. They left their car to rest in the And, he was a fisherman. Ray Massey, his friend and neighbor,
Monday morning sun, and motored out for a day's fishing at some ful. He never failed to have time to talk with anyone about comments:
I of Douglas Mullis' favorite spots off the southeast shore. Gainesville, and its future. He was 35 years old.
I "Doug could talk the fish right out of the water Into the boat"
As left the the stern of the little boat rode Proctor met Doug Mullls at the little! Ocala block Primitive Mullis and few
they ramp, green Massey were fishing only a days ago, and Massey
I' low in the water, heavy under the two men and 65-pound motor. Baptist Church SW 34th Street and Archer Road. Mullis was a recalls that when rain began to sprinkle, Mullls wanted to go In.
deacon there. More than once, the two men stood on the church'slong
He was a careful man, and didn't like to fish In bad weather,
Day passed Into evening Wind came up. Waves began capping north porch, talking about their church, their families, their Massey says.Mullia' I4
white, turning choppy. Bad weather for a small boat out on the hunting and fishing.
I 11-square-mlle lake. In failing light, the little boat, with two strongmen boat Well, maybe It wasn't the best Massey conconcedes -
Likely, It is there they talked about their fishing trip, the a
In it, turned prow southwestward, heading home. it was questionable. But he adds:
they went out on last Monday, to catch fish for a church benefit.
Darkness came, bringing with It two worried women to the park, "There Isn't one of us who hasn't been fishing In a boat no better
In the chill Waiting, beside the Mullis too was a family man. He was 42 years old, and had "
to stand for hours night empty and thought nothing of it.
auto. ,Staring out over the black water. Listening for the putterof raised four daughters before he had a son, Carey, now 14 months PROCTOR
an outboard motor, and hearing only the waves and wind and old. (See 1 STRONG oa Page IA) Loved the Outdoorsdateuflk

trees, and the unconsoling voices of their children. Hours washed


j Dawn came, and the new day woke to the sound of lapping
water, splashing gently against a partially-submerged, green fiber
glass hull

Good swimmers Strong men.' Careful men. This Is how their EStx E. f Sun
friends and relatives describe John C. Proctor and Douglas Mullis, P
both avid fishermen. Men who did not take chances. Men who v
werefond of the outdoors, but even fonder of their families, their fDUU170N '
sons and daughters.
Oil-painted portraits of the three Proctor children hang In the 11
living room of the rambling two-story Proctor home at 3515 NW ,
8th Ave Steve Is 12, David 10 and Vicky 9. John Proctor loved his s i 1'IooM 171-1411 NEWSSTAND PRICE 20c
children. 89th Year, No. 143 GAINESVILLE, FLA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1964 "' WICK HUVMU' VT"

For his sons:he wanted an active, outdoors kind of growing up,
the kind he had known In Brooklet, Ga, his boyhood home. When ,
the Proctors moved from Savannah two years ago, It was to have 4'TOJVOTE
been their last move.

"We are not leaving Gainesville," Mrs. Proctor would tell

Proctor worked hard as regional: manager for an educational

materials firm, a Job in which he found his teaching experience help- Housing Code OlCdWas

Job Cut Out

For SchoolsBy II She Stupid Or Brave? II Mayor, Realtors

WICHITA, Kan.' (AP"Dad thinking no one would recognize
CUP CORMIER an automatic badge of quality said I was either stupid or very him In student crowds. Lead
Sun Education Writer in the total education a school msY brave... Police got a tip, however, and OppositionBy I

Last month's mass eviction of gives a pupil? Judy Jcrshln, 19, Wichita patrolmen Jerry Skelton and
Duval County High schools from Can one say, for example, : State University freshman, was Harry Holta entered the fine BILL IIAGER. Sun Stall Writer
the ranks of the accredited has that Gainesville's newly-accred telling how she snatched a 'jail- arts building Friday looking for Gainesville's controversial houamir code drafted lit
made believers out of skeptics ited Lincoln High School doesa breaker's gun away from him him.They January and first discussed In the early 1950s!) -won final
who doubted the educators ever better job of educating than and helped capture him Friday. spotted McArthur who approval from the City Commission Saturday morning
would get that tough. any of the 15 Duval high "I had never touched a gun bolted. The officers asked students a 4.1 vote.Mayor .
Action by the Southern Association schools dropped from memo before In my life" Miss Jershln In the crowded hall to help Howard McKlnney, who opposed the code from Its i I
of Colleges and Schoolsat bership in the Southern Association '' said, "and I don't know why I stop him. birth, concluded his stand with /5
their annual meeting In ? did it"The "That guy's got a gun," one the lone negative vote. earlier Introduced a motion /
Louisville should convince county The man who will head Flo fugitive, Richard Lee Me- student said, backing off. Summing up Ms objections, slmlllar to Parrlsh's request, '
boards that shortchanging of rida's standing committee for e Arthur, 22, charged with armed Now Judy Jershln takes up the mayor said, "Under Iii.dangerous asking an amendment to the
w schools will not be treated lightly the Southern Association next in the future. next year says quality can't be f *1 rope .and escaped from the seventh "I had just finished my bit rflMy on the books we hiv builders and private e a pi 1 11.1
Crowded classrooms, library measured; U'. the effort the, floor Sedgwkk County class before ChrBtml! wicatlcii. ," tX authority 'to require con ample time to upgrade hentIn -
rl. bookshelves gaping wltb..empty.pace schools are'J making' i a.popor.-// i4; Jail Fec.Arellce bad dviwHb. and was walking ouT' dt "till rti-Mnatfbnr er'repairs to inCy *.*
'; and teacher-Ihortliles{ ton to their potential that ,, ed him a* "extremely dangerous *" fine aria| buildlns when a policeman house considered unfit for human The proposed sm..ndmenl'basically
are high on the checklist of the counts. Gq .. with homicidal tendencies. entered hurriedly," aha habitation. Wi have the would provide a one-
Southern MsoclaUon'lrvey But Dr. Vince IfcGuIre, tJew McArthur told police he pick. year "grace period' be fort
says said. "I thought It was strange, tools to do the Jab We're saying
committees that visit! achools professor of education st the 'JUDY ed the university campus as a but I went on out to my car in I Ict'i buy more tools when city application for any federal l
periodically. University of Florida, who takes Captures Gunman place to, hide"' occasionally, the parking lot and had the mOo we aren't using tilt ones' we housing aid other than low !Ian
The checklists are very specific. over as chairman of the nine- .. --\'Wt\ tor running when t' law this already have. lernl rate housing loans.
Items say how many square member committee next month, :... '.. young man running down the "The only other rpoof( Richardson: withdrew the met
feet of room space each pjpll the chances of a pupil getting a Sidewalk. the new housing cod) would (Inn and said he would confer \
must have, where fire exits quality education are much im- with city attorney Owe Fagan
be to bring federal homing andurb.n
"I thought he was )just anoth
should be placed, the number of proved If he is attending sn accredited here And and draft the amendment for
renewal this
student kids
school and er qt run on
and globes per school. future comldcrstlnn.
maps cold Is a point I've never heard
the minimum qualifications of "Even the best high school days."Then admitted he J. Wall Klrtpstrlrk II f.
; openly added,
teachers. teacher In the world can't do he Jerked my car door reiterated Mayor McKln n. ,'.
Graduates of non-accredited an effective teaching Job If he open and told me to get out. I I Commissioner Byron W i III n, (fee II018IM' sa Page SAlCI'oniyko )
high schools are,no longer assured or she Is responsible for 200 or told him 'No,' H. Cribbed my I'' ,who In the past ailed to take
of being admitted to universities more pupils" says McGulre. *seJ arm and started pulling then he I a firm stand on the Issue, left
outside their' states. "And If the students are In a pointed that gun at me and I got I little doubt as to his convlo: ,
And even their own state insti- 'well-lighted, roomy environ- out lions Saturday "A housing I
tutions In the future will view a ment, the teacher wiU do S bet "He Jumped to, laid the gun : code probably would a I r eady Husk Talk
with down beside him and tried b'start have been If not for
student from such a school ter Job than if they are la a passed
suspicion In the event he falls dark, cramped classroom.1* the motor, which had died. the continual sniping at It and Over IMtle$
in his grades once admitted.But To Insure that teachers havea "The door was partly epsnr us (commhslonm). I have
does accreditation carryCHRIiTMDS chance to reach every child, I saw the gun lying there I never heard anyone say w e NEW YORK /UP) Secretary .
the SA has slapped a limit of don't know Just !how or why I should enforce the d ng!rmjs. of State Dean Rusk and
130 pupils any single teachercan did It, but I reached across In building code particularlyyou. Soviet foreign Minister Andrei
be responsible for In secondary front of him and grabbed the Mayor," h. said, lookingat A Gramyko concluded a seriesof
4 SHOPPlN schools. gun. I backed up and pointed It MtKinnry. conferences en CastWestIMUPS
Lit How does the SA explain wide at him and told him, 'Now you Wlnn and Commissioners Ed Saturday with a wldt
CATS [UT disparities existing between get out.' Turlington Alan Sutherland ringing dim-union of disarmament
member schools In the percent.age "lie! Just kept trying to start and Jim Richardson: were kept and ether matters.
.S of their students who make 4 H the car, but then the policemen busy during most of the mHt.o (Oromykn and a US. spokes
acceptable scores on college! came. They made him lie en the lug answering the rod,'. crt mm called the meeting useful
placement tests! ground while they searched him lies a group eompesed but there apparently ass no
For example School A may and put handcuff on him. largely of kcal Malters. major breakthrough on ky !le
t l have 40 per cent of its students "'I didn't know him and I fell Among those who spoke en sues The Soviet diplomat returns
SEALS nght Tlud who score above the minimum rather sorry for bun. I've never the matter were: "home Sunday
DISEASES requirement of :300 on the 12th seen anyone arrested before" M. M. farrbsj' He asked 01trMI'tnc from Jtuik's
other RESPIRATORY grade placement test, white McArthur'S weapon was I 31- commissioners to eenslder l Ws'dorf! Towers suite, Cromyko
tH4 .* g tau School B, also accredited only caliber automatic, loaded a ad elimination of the bou II I I I wryly told reporters they had
cocked, and police said Ml IfJershln board "a good lunch."
gets about S per cent of Its graduates proposed as overseerof WIry
g admitted to college. I JIB COULD KICK HIMSELF l /took a dangerous the code for at least In addition to disarmament
( McGulre says this may be I Lee after rapture, lets off storm chance one war, then establish the f,.1. enure said they dlsnssed j
0o truebntSehoelBmaytwhandicapped board If needed.Commissioner a terms par treaty, Southeast ,.
0CMIGoa lr'f by a majority of Richardson I Asia and UX finances.
a 8a Carried .
(Sec SCHOOLS ea Page 1.\1) Viet Purge "

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Out by Military

Good Morning!

SAIGOt (APV-leadef s of the ed and paratroopers are looking
Vietnam\ armed force ear for another one. ,
Around and About the A'eics: rid out a swift purge Saturday Among the council members

night dissolving the powerful arrested was Couth Viet Nam's
High National Council and ax- feeding Buddhist layman K4
,....".". Christmas events at Gaincs- rating many pouual figures. The Tlry\ ". appointed vice i
,m. churches Pige IB. Iron The purge was not aimed do president of the World Buddhist'
ttsf wood Coil Coarse starts fast, tier at civilian premier TrM .. Association at a meeting la India Lr
what's futurtT-Page ID. \' Huong er chief of slate! last week. -
.)' f' Pews UK Sun. )l f11J1'JcII/ command head- : .': 1

--A\' The entire cabinet apparently quarters In Salgosj remained ,,\'ti'Ii ,. "
q; 'I'NI" *.,II'" Accent la eej dolls this wQl stay ta .(flee. heavily/ fortified ftrwigh the Yf".t' ,
>, Christmas, kvludiflg gUnUixrd But k* carrying out the purge .""IIt. Troop did not appear to :A ,. ,4
.4 Raggedy Ano-Page 1C QW newly military cam* Saif/ streets, but Wants af 0r i >f. :, :'
; ell has clearly eiMrtcd as the pike swiftly carried eat the #
Tl major torefo Jill to lash VMjjira arrests. "'1
r ( -
govtrnmets. The streets ef lairs' remained .
rt".; A military communique read calm and normal 'W ,:: /.b ,)

the Old Friend err SlIp raA at I am:. ...> day wrabrf, - ...... .- -..... i
Among : time (7 a. EJT' later-
gosi Several CtttMiJ J r.. .a!
day) saW gathered at their headquarters A NOIS-MilitUry Greeting "
has bee lib
.. 4B McCarTt1-- IB -Special action ef their
for cwUnuatlM
Abby tPrlstwwd PM IB3C ea became we trust for Irks,. a pretest Hajor C... Revert. Taylor. guest speaker Saturday at Joint coMaitmloalna teesI
Out 1W'I II VcimerMOVUS_---_ Busoster and chief ef KM* and tfcmoastraUM agalost KM ........ ef the Army and Air force RUTC. WM warmly wekvmtd by kto ..d.. Bcul /
Els etateua pwerameatlraadsy's whew. be arrived at )1..lIkl.1Jrort.. Aha. bad In'
wt do sot the sigh utfcoai J. White r.e.f Cr OL\ ()'--\ -.M CWMClL" purge was clearly greet the Old.r the U.K. Air Farce Outtaliw were )1,. kite's 4au."&,'. Mrs IiiLweg (
TV LOGS 45 LJtLA 'E1I. seven of the aloe settle members aimed at tae finffhlrt pobtcal and r.L HttlUns :f. DM, prcfnmreif AerMU tkal Howe Studies at Ue Vi\\ f i
., Ihs rascal wen Arrest spuris&. ,....11, .f ITorM (Son Plot by Eddie Davis)

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2A C 'env311e. Sun Sunday. _Deee1bV___ 196!

PEOPLE in the NEWS Weather Itoundup I $1.501" asked Commission r FUNERA

James Richardson.

f.. GainesvilleCITY "I think that would require an I IDARSY

: toZONES eraser R act of Congress," Fagan repli-

B = ed.
Briefly. Commissioners unanimously
approved the lease. I MO,. A. I. Puneral wry.Ica .
COMMISSION to, Mrl. Derby.. 00' IS, will a
I had at ant' :'om Motley .. Jong
Plan Library Johnson ens-Il C.pel with OrFr"
A Northeaot ) MUM IBto Pitht
an eat bas's. L.u0hen. Pastor Ram
II knoll ana tally cloudy wearh.er Hall .,.t Church conducting IK* Mry
through Sunday night tome ipeliat its gratitude for Mr. Bevllle'i! ] 31 At City kit Burial/ will l Do In Ivorgreen ciw.I.X.
1 light rain likely. Award Tract Mre. D.DV. who lived .t I 'I\
I year's service with the fire department Hall N I. Wi Terrace Mlmevlll' died Sot
B C Partly cloudy Sun- /F For City Hall The new Gainesville City urdiy.

day. High in the low 60s. I "It was a great loss to the site also will Include a new pub- cavil MR MKNANBO rwiirillorvlcei
City commissioners notified city com lot Mr.. Davis, will be Mid
were building ?
Northeast and east winds 10 to lic library
therefore .
community we IX f" OH Sunday Decembor NItM
20 miles per hour Ise Saturday the Alachua missioner decided Saturday. I ., r'reedom. MllMdltt, Church
s County Circuit Court has awarded express our deepest sympathyto the two build- FreMom wilt Rev W. M. ,."u...
Consolidation of IM MrvlCM. burpiii' '
1 his family, Richard 10 n conducting bo
O Rimer cloudy Mirough Sunday. the city: the final tract of said I ings at the intersection of Universlty under tl>f direction. Relerlvei a* Duncan will "romeroMoitlclani.

41'pla Hlgft..yslloworao.nerMwf cralt and eoot warnlngo wlnde' H land needed for construction of I Ave. and NE 2nd St.. homo 0hll duugMer, Mn.nwti AM Mme ",
lit I' IIIlIn p.r !nor dlmlnll'"n the new city hail I Street recommended by City ManagerBill Brocmngten, Ills NW ant Place it 1IS:
some IundoV. sorer' The land, Just east of the Green and endorsed by the ,.m.
I P Pertly cloudy Ihreugh. .... present city hall, lies on NE 2nd Firm Board HUNTf' M*. ARTHUR M. Puwrt,
Sought Advisory pass- Mrvlcn for Mr. Humor no M
day. High Sunday low Wi. Northent Library .111>l lbo
end Mil wlndl II t* M fnlM per aiais Ave., was acquired from the Hold at I 00 a>.M., on 1.0.. D>.
jyw4 fsAP !lour. Hart An engineering firm to design ed unanimously. comber II 1,41. ol the Ch.p, ?
Strlngfellow estate
by condemnation Funerel Homo with
O Pertly cloudy _.y. High ...- GAINESVILLE WEATHER at a cost of $42,500. proposed street paving in' Commissioners also authorized DonoU ronnon Coon conducting Mrs HfvknBurlol Rot
day I"Rm.Icrest/ w._ Temperature readings Saturday Gainesville will be chosen from' negotiations with John Hall will M In Slvey' Cluptl, come
dlipliyod for mrtrwailind .. City attorney Osee Fagan pre- tern under We direction W BremenFumral
/.35 mlln. per ....., ,Imlnlthl..pm. at Municipal Airport: sented commissioners with a group of qualified local engineers Jacobs director of Atlanta, Ga MR.Homo DAVID of Lake- Funeral lulllrJONIi .

IunellY.H High 67 at 2 pm.; low, 50 an $831.50 bill for his servicesin public libraries, to secure him koi fOII,. Devil Jones win t, urn MtI
5 .th'auoh Iu.. IO.M. on Sunday Decem,,,,.
consultant I roo
PupwyrtI7s Norlho.llorl, at 5 a.m. No rainfall. the land acquisition. I Designation of the paving designs as library building 20 1M4 it .t. *olor laptlit ChurchIn

> II M IB miles per 1Iou,. Most of the city hall site previously was postponed Saturday Green said Jacobs possesses an Archer will the ..R....Ic... .Loroy. iurloi Tnompijnconeuclln will H

lumet: todoy I M p m.Sunrlie was purchased In Sep after city commissioners were extensive background In library In It Peer Comolory under the ,,I.
T.MIUTUUUUIWH... ismunrow-, .:: 7 Jl a:m.Lett rKtlon of Duncan Brat. Funin ,
M.onnw ....1""'" . 7:" ..m. tember from Baird Hardware urged to consider the merits of consultation. Homo.
Mien Lew Pnclo.JackHnvlllo Quarter ...... Dec JlPROMINENT Co. at of the MR*. MATTH O.
M STARS :: a cost $125,000. several engineers before award- Alter a brief discussion LAWION Put
Miami 71 M M ol wrvlcet for Mn Lawton, ogi 71,
Th. Twin. lead the Moon. retain
Ing the contract. commission decided to Hold ot 1:00 ,
TameaAtlanta 71.. VISIBLi PLANITS .. will be : p on Men.
79" Saturn In eoulhweot ... .. 7:10 p m. CommissionJrinds The matter was referred to city hall architects Reaves, any.,' December liptllt 21.Church"U, (I OolnoivlllFlo Carol h'a' ..
New Orlllnl AIN: Jupiter, high In eoumoail .. I 93
Botton 10 11 Mara, low In out ........ .. 11:M ..m. It the public works committee for Branch and Hanes Assn. to ., with Rtv Fronk Purl conductIng .
t York .. .. Up the Mrvlcn. Burial will bo InForm
New 12 17
Venue M
rite I
: I.m. .
library. ,
WellingtonChluo ,. study and recommendation.Cost draw plans for the new Cemetery Oolnowlllo Flo. it
77 1'.01 I CIDAR KIV visas The to 130 p m. under Iho direction el wulismoThortiw
city commission will of the sidewalks including Green was authorized negotiate
Ku'.. City 11 10 Sunday High at 1:20: a.m. and I Funorol Homo T h*
Denver .1 21 121 ..m. Low at ':41 am. end IM:<, meet no more this year. Commissioners engineering, will be paid a contract with the family request that flowers bo omttod :
,,. Worttl M 11 and conlrlbullorn be wnt to the
Lot Angilllleotlle O7 It .M I M o.Hlgh at I.M 1.11I. and 4:1pi 5, have cancelled the from the city's sidewalk cons- ;firm. building fund of Carol E.t.'. S'"
II 11 .17 m. Low at a:27 I.m. and t OS p.m.Punsral final two scheduled sessions this tin Church
truction revolving fund along MOO II. MRS HARRIIT T Funeral
month and will convene again with assessment levIed n'co'' for Mn. Harriet T. Moor. moIt
a special
lorigtlmo resident of Lake iull.r,
Jan. 4.Mayor. against land abutting on the Gainesville will ... hold todoy II i am. to fro
Mount Zion swift cram Primitive ....
all residents Interested in Soturdoy and Sunday morn. D. L. Orlfflt ottkioilng. Burlol, will
fallow In tie church cemetery.Bronnon w"n
the city's sidewalk assessment Flight Service Ings by the Goineivill PubIhhinfl Funeral Homo of lake Butler
resolution to attend the first 1965 : Company: at 101 5E In charge of ."onoom..... Mn
arranoanante .AIM mutable. will III Sound under 'I/IIIr. Notices 2nd PlocB. Gainesville Florida Moore, a native of Columbia County,
is one meeting. Commissioners will Will Stay second clan woo I member of the Chrltlon Church
and entered ol of Lake Bullor (no died WeOnndiy
PAUL BUSBYRev. Foy Bell Smith of Verda take action on the proposalthen. matt at the Post Office at following an extended llln.l.
Ky.: The Federal Aviation Author Galneivlllo, Flolda.CIRCULATION FINDARVII MR. ARCHIB ANOIRSOKOrovetldo
33 grandchildren. oorvlcei far Mr Pondarvli
( Wlr"olo I. IM a.nl Paul 0. Busby 78 Beville ity's Flight Service Station will RATES IV will be hold ol I p m. en Sun<

Inner Secrets 1030 NE 8th St., died Thursday MRS. A. D. DARBY remain in Municipal Airport CARRIER OR MAIL doy.Point December Cemetery 20 In, Levy H64. County ol the Finn lint

In Alachua General Hospital Mrs. A. D. Darby 85, 2001 h Ilonored next year, despite one city com 1 Week .45 Ida. with Rrv Albert O'Noel olllclitIng .

: Santa', bag 'wan explored by 4 year-old Scotty following an extended ill, NE 7th Ter., cUed 'Satur day missioner's attempt to lit alae 1 3MM.JSISAll Porter Florida Funeral,H M Homo charge of ot InvorMil if.rangimontt. .
Eugene Seville former the mall subscription must Mr. Pondarvn: lived it
ness. following an extended illness
of 111. Santa having a special where .
CtQwn Peoria was Bull Hammock he died' on WM.nndiy
for the children of the Crippled Children A native of Oklahaoma, Rev. She of Ander- Gainesville city: fire chief who City Atty. Osee Fagan Saturday be paid In advancB.Member December It 1,M. The femii*
party eon. died last week honored of Audit Bureau ol will receive) friends ., tic Porn Fv
moved to Gainesville was presented the FAA city
center. After all the gifts were distributed Scotty! Busby Circulation nnl/i Hom. In Sainraar 'rom .
six dent of Gainesville. Mrs. Dar- posthumously Saturday by the lease arrangement for commission e1 m on Cocembir Itt:
hjid: to have a last look to make sure the jolly old years ago. All meieriei contained' heroin) M TAYLOR MR. DAVID M. Funorrf
hadn't missed something the bottom of He was a .retired minister by was a member1 of the First city. commission. approval with terms callIng the properly of me OilnoivIM services for M,. Taylor, tgo 21, oil)I
man on In a special resolution read .ubllthlng Compeny. (el IM4.ttrlctly I. be hold ot 1.00 P M., on Sunday Or
and school teacher and Church by for a charge of
the bar.SfcW : a Baptist of Gaines one-year rornlanm without" the written amber N law, ., Robert Chiptl 14
member of the Eastslde Baptist ville. Commissioner James Richard- $1. eermlMion M mo eubilihterproduction 0,010w Itt "... Thomas Toby com
in whale" Hi part H ducting Mrvlco' Roberta F ll n"11 i
JOB Church of Gainesville and Survivors include four son, the-- commission- expressed. "Do. _you think_we could. .get.' Homo of Ocala li In charge
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Pierce Masonic Lodge No. 144 daughters, Mrs., Howard B. I .
jCtne White House has announced of Calvert Tex. Rev. Busbywas Garwood and Miss Frances'

the selection a graduate of Southwestern Darby both of Gainesville, "

of John Baptist Seminary of Mrs. W. S. Somars of Jacksonville -
Dear to be assistant OUR "V.I.P.1 SWIVEL ROCKER
v Fort Worth Tex. and Mrs. L. G. Holland -

attorney Survivors include a sister-m of Roanoke Rapids N.C.:

4 general In law, Mrs. Carlon Crosby 0 f three brothers William Sims

charge of the jalnesvllle; two brothers, son of High Springs Charles

s'' vision.di Tom and William Busby bothof Simpson of Ocala and Dr. J.

Oklahoma; two sisters R. Emmerson of Gainesville; AND OTTOMAN.
ceeds BurkeMarshall Mrs. Grace Miller of Washington two sisters, Mrs. Louise B 0-

who DC. and Mrs. Gene Wall zorth and Miss Sue Simpson, I .
has resigned.
j k of Texas. both of Gainesville; 11 grandchildren -

EVIDENCECJamcs HARRIET MOORE children. and 7 great grand From a Vastly More Costly Design ?

Hoffa's lawyers say LAKE BUTLER-Mri.' liar. MRS. M. G. LAWSON All Foam FilledThis

they have uncovered new evidence '. rlet T. Moore, M, a longtime
to Justify a retrial since .( resident of Lake Butler died Mrs. Mattie G. Lawson, 79. I is our comfortable, smart version of a design that started

the: teamstersV president was Three year old S a II nLeitu Wednesday lit' the J. H 1111 a of 820 E. University Ave. died
convicted last March ot jury Bearing what nay well Miller Health Center Gainesville Friday at the Gainesville Nursing prices t Practically everybody wants ,

tipperlng.) be her last Christmas reclines following an extended Center. to come sit down, swivel and rock and why not.

:The attorneys made the con- I la chair near decorated illness. She was a native of Grandinand

tontlon In federal court In a bid tree at her home near StLouis. A native of Columbia County a resident of Galnesvi l e Slides on nylon no floor scratches. Soft. I

tdTgaln Hoffa a new trial. They She suffers from Nle- Mrs. Moore moved to Lake for 10 years. She was a member .i I luxurious, washable vinyl In Black, Yt I
filed a revised motion Friday man Pick dlieaie, a rare Butler In her childhood. She of the Carol Estates Baptist '

replacing a motion flied Mon- child's malady that c antes was a member of the Christian Church. I' Gold or Green The beautiful v? "'

da degeneration of the new e e ssystem Church of Lake Butler ,
z- Survivors Include
one daughter sculptured, moulded Walnut arms i1
and which proved fa-
.. Survivors Include three Mrs. Mildred Burrows,
w tal to her brother.LEAVES ions, Lonzo Moore of Fort Gainesville; two sons, Lot Col give It the true "V.I.P."

Lauderdale, Frank Moore of (Chaplain) Wilbur H. Green,i
who Is the 'V.I.P"?
Tampa and J. P. Moore of :Ft. Carson, Colo., and Warrant

U. S. Air Force Maj. James Dundee, Flat five daughters ,Officer George W. Green,I You. 'll. '' V

F. Smith one of four British Mrs. Betsy Gainey of L a ke Hk-karn Field Hawaii. I "

and American military attaches Butler Mrs. Nancy Phillips :. The family requests : 1 I
accused by the Soviets of spyIng and Mrs. Vergle' Crews of lions be sent to the

,. left, Moscow for London Macclenny; Mrs. MollleVarns I tates Baptist Church building'

Saturday of Raiford and Mrs. fund In lieu of flowers /I II

.. Smith, assistant air attache at
the U.S. embassy here was the More About

: Ivan.. BulenkoIaalan first of the four to leave. The

:, chauffeur 'Igor Kane others are scheduled to depart

and Americas, engineer Monday. SchoolsFrom .
Jpta W. Butenke have been The United States and Britain I
had decided Dec. 14 to withdrawthe
twavlcted of conspiring to spy
received attaches because of travel Page 1 No
fir Rnnla. Ivanov a I
restrictions them. The
placed on
M year sentence and on,aaplnnage additional II- two Western governments also he student population coming lion In two years. I Carrying 1

charge aa expelled corresponding Soviet from home offering little or no Allen and his staff are help .r/rtanlil-
live *a another Charge
years 30 attaches from their capitals. motivation or Incentive for the I ing ready several elementaryand y
Butukopt a
child. Junior high schools for
On Our
seer term and drew two live. The battery of Uth grade,membership in the SA In I960

year concurrent terms on ouVJ tests !. made tin A! tnnfhomft.tics $7900
-' Most of them are In Gaines- 90-DAY
charges.INLINE. social sciences, reading: ville. I Il

comprehension, language, natural Plan C.
County schools having kindergarten :
ttr1i l
sciences and the genera 1
through 12th under
e William: J. llamrlck of Jack ability test which is.a psycho: 10- grade
one root automatically
isonvlll vicepresident glcal measurement qualify FOR BOTH CHAIR
for accreditation of their elementary -
( ot "Scores on the psychologic 1 I

''t iGulf Life In- I test almost always are considerably school is program accredited.If the high L OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 9 UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE AND OTTOMAN

J surance Co., lower among school:I
I will be state drawing from a low-potentla l The difference: Is a framed

hotel and res- neighborhood" McGuire said certificate that hangs in the '1 1i

e hallways or In the principal's office .
taurant commissioner "But we look at the other scorn
In close If those students score: in accredited schools. "

COY. elect higher on the other tests In Elementary and Junior high

I Hay don Burns'adminiatralfon spite of their mental handicap schools In Hawthorne Newberry J
It shows that school Is doing a Lincoln and Santa Fe auto-

Barns said Saturday good job with the material and matically qualify u members I'J -
deserves to be accredited." 01 the SA. '
I jtOBLE The SA's standards constantly But not Westwood Buchhob

West problems were Britain's Prlnceis Margaret move upwards says Don Allen and Howard Bishop Junior High ,u
srEast director of instruction for Schools In Gainesville Nor '
Saturday as Soviet arrives at Leicester Sq. are any
srjeQlghted Minister Andrei A. Theater for the Loodoa premiere Alachua County's schools. of Gainesville's U elementary Gold Frame MAPLE
Secretary olSfJ4 .f he film -MiryPtpplat. "Right I BOW elementary schools.

Gimnyke Deaa' called Rank,on Just back from ." schools are required to have a Sante Fa Inherited Its mono Mirrors Gossip Bench KOCKEK Bridge Set
minimum of I books pupilIn
meeting of the per bership several years ago from
Nfrpi-Perls Atlantic planning Treaty Organi LIGHTS the library, but we're building the old Alachua High School Lexg Sat 3JV43* 219S 2995 Simitar To llMtraiion499S

up to seven books per pupil when the latter was consolidated
President Johnsoa Friday :;993
when our schools apply. Allen with I the new Sante Fa "
arriving for lunch night lighted the aatlon'aCbrlstmu said. School.
tree a gift from 1967 the requirement wll! : &
walt Rank at the Waldorf-As By Allen said he doesnt expect f
Hotel told reporters they the state rf New York and be eight books and 10 In 1961, any Insurmountable difficultiesIn -r
torts .hailed a of in
new age peace Allen said.
discuss several getting the elemealary
pflUably would : la --
world where "man has WHERE
of world With Lincoln High having schools accepted as members. DECORATING SERVICE
character unspecified an
, That could COyerd."nnament own Inventions. I In the association last ibrarlaas win have to be added flIIECLINEII
elU!tlCter. NATO nuclear The President pushed a but- month only one high school lathe 10 some schools who don't have
a ton on the is not fully accredit / .. (()
Mti and and German: reunifl- grassy ellipse southof county .them now. At> aald. .j '
l all controversial the white House and set ed. A. 1. Mebane High School "But the blUest worry Is otomf :D l l{t l 4''

anon ablaze T.5W red and white In Alachua. a Negro school like staying abreast of an the other DECORATOR f. I

JtJe Soviet minister said he lights and a white cross that LIncoln, will apply In ,". requirements like library ;

had no specific plans to talk surmounted Die 73foot high Mebane Is accredited now. books and sufficient leacNrs. LAMPS 9ClOftvr.s.J CJmpa10900

a5ilut the Soviet.UA disputer Adirondack white spruce. This but as an "approved' member Once you get behind there'sno I"-SO..V.ws Plo tic / "

). U.N. peacekeeping cost Is the largest Christmas tree a designaUoa formerly reserved catching up Allen added. 793 5939

2 sources said Rusk Iud sore i ever used in a cermony that for Negro schools bIt SA. That's what happened in DuCal to 1703 N. MAIN ST.

{:hers dates back 40 years Mebane is due for full evalua-'. County;

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World Peace Conference a w warDR

Program Is Announced

GIFT WRAPPING Program arrangements lora The conference will be held

I Conference on Peace and I at Holy Trinity Churcfy, Episcopal t I
SERVICE World Order to be held t n I I
ON PURCHASE MADE AT I Gainesville on January S have
been announced by Kenneth The only charge made will pYkIITT
f Leibman. Featured speaker be |1.SO for the dinner. Mrs. SISCAYNS
I3 IRD....... ..... will be Dr. Harold A. Bosley Willard E. Stone and M r.. LAST
2 senior mlnliter I of Christ Harry R. Warfet are co-chaU
4zt4 i Church, Methodist, in New men for arrangements, assisted .
Cary York City. Dr. Bosley will ad- by Mrs. David Stryker and .
I dress the conference at 4W::: Mrs Jerry W. Gaddum. Mrs.
: Tfflff EEmRKlNOONTCMflERLOT I and also at Ails: p.m. Stanley S. Ballard and Mrs. A OPEN GIFT
Robert H. Bowers will assist
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEThe i Workshop sessions win 1 bet with registration and Mrs. i SPECIALS
Store That's More Than Just A Hardware StoraDtMlllMMlkMMlMillIlllll lead by Gainesville pine I- Francis C Hayes will be in
ists on the topics of disarma3 charge of literature display. BOSLEY TODAY
........a.aaaaaaaaa aaaaaas aIn ..
ment, building the peace with
special reference to the Peace
a study by Eugene Gilbert & Co.. the newspaperwas Corps and underdeveloped count Noon 'Iii 1 "
shown to be a biff influence on the living and t tries, and keeping the peace, r p.m.
particularly! the work of tile
spending of teenagers.

;- United Leaders Nations.from the University QC_ F'

GIFTS FORIkIJP.Jt"J of Florida include Dean ByronS.
i\ Holllngshead, Col. Glen n pUAUTT ', _
A, Farris, Dr. Richard L. A.
THE HOME Sterba, Dr. Oscar, Svarlle I n, DISCOUNT j
and Dr. J. Hooper Wise.

Community and church lead.

'ers are Invited to participate
!in the conference. Local sponsoring CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS AND
groups Include the United ,
I Nations Association of the:. BUDGETS INVITED
U.S.A., the United Churc hi
I Women, the Faculty Christian I 3 t R '' I Fellowship, and major church k'.11 t I
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the American Friends Service --- WI $45 whO,w p.5., INd.t .
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The Rev Thomas C. Mitchell, 1 lit*,ball Uorfnflj colon "
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general -2 M..W.1 Mw.hMd.r_ L
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Rev. Melvin Dollar, minister 4}off LLrt Price on ot r

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{ PAT COWLI, TIM ,n.. Revolution
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,\. :::- By DAVID LAWRENCE ,
; 't .lnr.1t1 City' 5'eo.. t.ATAStro..,

: hwN..f.NoSIN a._ By RALPH HcGfflMNMT WASHINGTON Every now and then Justices of the Su.
PKM WM* --
: THE SUN'S POLICY Of IM MM* Itet*CMUMM preme Court who dissent from a majority opinion of the tribunal -

out In vehement language. But rarely, If ever
: 1. lUport *. news fully Aid fcnportlolfy In #>. news columns.
An Hour have four of the Justices told the five others, In effect, that
: 2. born .... pmon' of *. Sun In-but only In-tdttoftola.
i Jt PubllM .ll aides of Important conlioixnial iw+e5. they really didn't know what they were doing when they Issued -

as they did last week a ruling unprecedented in
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 Of American history.

The decision concerned two groups of persons, one of which

Barbarism in Mississippi DecisionNow went into a tearoom in a department store In Arkansas, and

the other of which entered a lunchroom In a store In South

: The beit-Jald plans of the Justice made by Judge Sidney C. Mize, also 4 Carolina. They seated themselves ss part of a '"sit-In" demonstration .

: Department for bringing to trial a Mississippian. She is paid by fees comes the test of and asked for service. It was refused, and they

those accused of last summer' civil! and performs such duties as Issuing American good will. conscience declined to leave when requested. They were arrested as

; right murders have been frustrated, search admitting defendants .. and leadership, at the trespassers and convicted, but appealed their cases throughthe
: the local and state level.A state courts without success.
but happily only temporarily by
to bail, and in special circumstances few months ago the Congress
: whim of a woman federal commissioner of the United States But between the time they were convicted and the date

who Isn't even a lawyer. acting as trial judge over adopted, by a aublt.ant1alma. that the Supreme Court considered their appeal Congress

petty federal offenses. jority, legislation declaring passed the CM Rights Act of 1964. The main question before
unlawful discriminations in ia the court therefore was whether the passage of the new
Miss Either Carter, of Meridian.Miss. % fMnu laaN law nullified the convictions. The court said it did and freed
public accommodations.THE .
., jolted the FBI agents and Justice The federal lawmen were lulled the convicted individuals.WORLD'S .

: Department lawyers when aha perhaps, by the routine nature of THE GRINDING WAR _. .
took it upon herself to,throw out the Miss Carter' job. It simply was unthinkable Court now unanimously the same as that which was

chants because, she said. the evidence that a U. S. commissionerwould baa affirmed that the congressional FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST resolved by a unamloui i

was "hearsay". Actually, hearsay act in utter defiance of established action was con Supreme Court last Mon-

evidence la not barred In such lair and order, and set free accused stitutional. The court acted day when It upheld the

preliminary hearings. A U. S. commissioner murderers before they could on two cases before It. one "public accommodations" sec-

is something like a federal be tried by their peers in the customary other Involving an eating a motel place.end The the The GOP StruggleCongress onstrators tion of the new had law.performed The demo

American system of justice.
justice binding-over had been
peace cases brought under their acts before the law was
authority-who, decides In a hearing the commerce clause. By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON tures, new products, new presidents it Is left with leaden passed. They had refused to
: whether there la sufficient evidence Perhaps the U S. authorities do The unanimous decision was When Republican of the company and who are themselves symbols leave the premises and were

to hold persons for federal trial. not yet fully comprehend the closed that the local and traveling Rep. John V. Lindsay new managers or coaches of of the past and who arrested and convicted understate

Miss Carter refused to admit the society of Mississippi. The whIte public clause.are Even protected by that of New York was charged the team. But not in politics have the power to influencethe law.Justice .
more slgmfVcant the ether day with being at least en Capitol Hill. Congress of any young
FBI testimony because of her own people of that state, by and large, perhaps was the fact too critical of his party and men who challenge their lead- Black, one of the

opinion regarding hearsay evidence, simply do not want to see a white that a number of the Justices urged to stop rocking the THERE DEFEAT en-. ership. four dissenting Justices of the

.. and in spite of a lawyer's explanation person tried for any offense againsta noted that the easel could boat he replied that "It is trenches the defeated. A Nix Supreme Court In this case,

to her that even grand Juries Negro, no matter how cowardly and have been the basis as readily decided Impossible to rock a boat resting on or a Goldwater vanishes, When the Republican members said
on of Die 14th
listen to hearsay in reaching a decision heinous. Killing a Negro in Mississippi amendment This amend- at the bottom of the but the congressional leadersof of the House met last "Even assuming, however,
whether should be ocean." The thing to do, he the depleted minority remain week to survey the wreckage, that the Civil
a person, la not near as grave an offenseas ment guarantees each citi- discuss the Rights Act was
tried. After all, the safeguards of speaking out candidly against zen the equal protection of I suggested was to get the boat and preside over the they of not leadership.even They Intended to let people who
back to the surface.Lindsay wreckage.
the law. enter restaurants take
the trial itself protects the defendants the social customs of that who the
region.Mississlppians divided
Is a young, tail, were over law
victorious party in contrast Into their own hands by
from any repetition of hearsay including Miss Carter interfered court with has the in no sense of handsome Yale character: gains In flexibility. It replace HaBeck. Rep. Gerald forcibly remaining when service

testimony are on trial themselves before bonaflde private clubs.rights They sort of an Incipient Republican controls the executive. By pre- R. Ford of Michigan, who Is Is refused them, this

the bar of national and world opin can mate their own n I e 5 Kennedy who opposed Gold- siding over the White House usually mentioned as a possible would be no basis for hold-
: Miss had' water in the election and survived it overwhelms volcano leader, chaired the meeting big that Congress also
Whatever course Carter ion. The question Is, will Mississippians and enforce them. The assumption its extinct meant
: taken, the Justice Department still consider the evidence fairly is they must be the Democratic avalanche in the Congress. commands so unimpressively that he (, to compel states to abate con-
hi New York. the It is free to hurt rather than helped his vlctions like these for lawless
private possessed of a license
is obliged to take the cases beforea and bring to trial the 21
persons chances. So there was no
that in bring new men into the Cabinet conduct occuring before the
to effect and operating The lady Journalists -
grand jury. And it will do just accused of and not
cowardly coldblooded under a generally applicable Washington were so impressed without regard to senior change even any set was passed."
: that. Miss Carter's action seems to murder of three unarmed persona? system of bylaws with his looks and his record ity. And It presides ever the open argument.IF Justice Black pointed out

: amount only to an act of defiance The likelihood Is that if they can What the Congress and the that they Invited him last scene of action at the center that the "legislative history"

I to harms the hated federal government prevent it, white Mississippians are Court have said Is that a license week to address a splashy'of a worldwide communications THEREFORE, any "f the act Is "perhaps the

: which Is, In the thinking of not going to permit their own kindto to doa public business luncheon where his wit, candor systems that Is not available (change Is to take place in the most extensive and careful"

many Mlsaissipplans responsible for be tried by a federal court Is truly that. If h Is publicit and sophistication fluttered to the opposition future leadership of the party, ever compiled for any bill
or any can, of course set rules one of the most Influential No amount of Republican It is probably going to have passed by Congress -"in-
all the troubles of that region.
other court. Yet if these 21 had been such as wearing costa ties, Washington audiences since power In the stats capitals can to come, not from Washington eluding millions and millionsof
picked up for bank robbery, or rape, or evening dress It.can bar the election compete with this. Governors words written on tens of
Neither Miss Carter nor the 700 or speeding, they would be properly any disorderly person or on* RockefeUeJ In New York, butt JOm the country.' thousands of pages contained
other U. S. commissioner scattered charged and tried routinely. Negro- who is boisterous! or exhibit- HIS REMARKS snowed up, Scranton Jn Pennsy 1 v a s 1 a, The seniority system is la volumes weighing well

through thi SO States are accountable killing is not quite as serious an offense big business bad behavior. But a public however,on the society pages Rhodes in Ohio Romney in against worked e so b effectively a n g *, and hi has the over half a hundred pounds
cannot ss aforesaid of the Washington newspapers Michigan. Hatfield in Oregon, in which every conceivable aspect -
to Washington. They are appointed in Mississippi a* running declare Itself to be both the next day,. and since then Chafe in Rhode Island can past that men like Lindsay and application of the
a* officer of federal courts through a stop sign. For that sort of public and private for pi r* he has withdrawn from the command national attention have made no real Impressi 19(4 act were discussed ad

: by the local district judges. In Miss thinking is there any word except poses of discrimination. nee for the Republican leadership occasionally, but they are remote on the House. Infiwtum." He said that "not

t : Carter's case, the appointment was barbaric? of the House, convinced from the center of national In the Senate there !Is almost even once did a single sponsor -
THE CONGRESS and the nobody with a thought of challenging
that he didn't stand a power and publicity.ACCORDINGLY proponent or opponent of
Court have provided all Americans chance. Dirksen: and In the the act Intimate a hope or

Including those who the focusof House, Ford of Michigan, express a fear that the act
heatedly dislike the act and This was probably good attention and authority in Laird of Wisconsin Goodell was Intended to have the effect
Voice of the i the affirmation of It by the judgment Young men who the opposition party between and Lindsay of New York, which the Court gives it
People highest court an opportunity defy the leadership of their elections lies with the party's Griffin of Michigan. Mathlss today." '
to move the nation ahead party are always more popular of Maryland, Morse of Massachusetts .
I and to bring to an end much outside Capitol Hill than leaden on Capitol Hill, the not Quie of Minnesota, JUSTICE STEWART, another
On The Sun's friction and ill wil mslde. Even Kennedy had to on the governors or on and Stafford of Vermont.

Opinion Page* young Republican legislators one of the four dissenten
Every public fight the structure of
now While with small
here but on Sen. Everett McKinney popular said that if Congress had
: 0--.4 soni.uN.a 1M ad n_ ...._ M ... v.... .. MM ,.*!. ..!.... ....... stands even. No competitorhas his party to prevail but the Dirksen of Illinois and groups, all lack the will to
m* k. ...-. ..* ...* l.. wN.r..d_ MUM will k. .It....... tt N.-. A ...... .....ly an edge In the moment problem of the defiant Repub- combine against Hailed at provided that such -state convictions
: Ml ...H4 SCO -*. **4 MMt I* ....?.s .. ..* MM -4. .* H>. .._. PttftT ,*.., .. M4 TN of reaction. and from UclA liberals here is on Rep. Charles Halleck of were to be dismissed
SM. rmniM ... ...... N "..... ..,-..... .. *wt.. It, viHtM* .....<.. Ik* .....:. _..r0 M of ft some, even Indiana the minority leaders least for the present. he would find no difficulty In
........ anger, should not be more serious.
lost sight of that in cities of the Senate and the House. The Republican governors, Joining the court's disposition
: Need a :NCWReformation; this'would have altered for But let us keep around our s heavy majority many of pub The tragedy of the Republican This is what is causing all accordingly are the only on the cases. But since Congress
the worse the whole historyof own front doorstep clean and lie accommodation places of Party In Washington today the talk here about deposing hope of change, and they are was silent on the subject
: i the Western world and hadconsequences may God through His mighty business long have been operating Is that is smothers and HaUecX For the Republican working under rest handicaps. he felt that the cases
throughout the grace give as the power not without discrimination devours Its young. Fortunately Party la not only depleted In should go back to the state
: EDITOR Sun: Many read. age U come. I hang m y to be caught In the foregoing and have suffered no economic It >Is not Just one nationalbut courts for reconsideration In
: with Interest your recent series head la shame ss I have been category.To harm. In all Seat barn SO state parties, many of the light of the new civ

'* on religions and various guilty la time past (and I close. .let states save Mississippi and which have powerful following of!'thc ; ee c rights statute
: denominations/ In the United hope never more to come) of me say that Alabama there already was hi the states But here In the Justice

States Certainly the writersare the wont kind of hypocrttlc we Christian must have soon a better within kind of substantial and Increasing federal capital, it Is dominated WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE .. He was White appointed also dissented by the .

: to be congratulated for church going (without tarrying half century we or a acceptance: of the congressional by the congressional elders H-tO was much in the news last week with the city and a late President Kennedy and

: their various presentation ). real Christianity m.y".v.at all We no action. who are more Interested private utility firm gripped In a bitter range war over new served under bun as Deputy
Let It be put on record at this It Is a shame to say If. must have a reformation. In perpetuating their own. territories in the West of Gainesville Attorney General In a separate
time, however that there was think It, write It but much Let us now resolve that THE EXPERIENCE power than tn rejuvenatingtheir BAD WATER opinion, he laid
t not even so much ss a mention less live II but .world- stay on our knees until we of those who have so actedIs party with new! leaders. A Jsx: TV station reported editorially it's not worth fightingfor
of any of the h illness lines Is an accepted pert of get It. within and with we that they have, not been Most other American Institutions anyway saying "The city's (Gainesville's) raw water supply "Finally, had Congress Intended
Pentecostal I) Christian "over-run." The of have of to ratify massive disobedience
( our way e( life. This Is out! reality economics ways reacting is contaminated with sewage.
churches Individually or as a where the holiness denominations works heavily In quickly to adversity. One of WHAT GOES DOWN COMES UP to the law, so often
movement This I II to be un- (Pilgrim Holiness. (BRO.) "BUD" ARKELL the area public accommodations. the advantages of defeat to City Commissioner Jim Richardson agreed plainly concerned attended by violence, I feel
derstood ss the preceding Is Church of the Nazarene, The lesson kerned life maybe the main advantage with "substandard" untreated well water being piped Into sure it would have said so hiunmistakable

not popular with the majorityof Weslcyaa Methodists, Pentecostal Likes Is that If there Is quiet decision to that It provides an homes Quipped Richardson: "What they put In the ground truth language The
Is that
church goers or'professors' groups) part with the Today'sNews with all employes given excuse for change. Defeat In we may have to drink." vial rhetoric to It blame Is only ]JudW
:'of this d.,. church fined popular denominations. preliminary education in love one of our more popular CHRISTMAS SPIRIT this result
The church Is Cod'i wit-, Our religious mood TodayEDITOR the problem, the change Is Institutions la business, fcn't all tinsel and gaiety. One Gainesville resident proclaimed upon Congress..

>ness to each generation, and Is social Instead of spiritual.We made with a minimum of and especially In sport Invariably his feelings with sn Ebenezer Scrooge on his house "Whether persons er
Sun: Congratulations strain. teed to new adven that says "Humbug" group should engage m nonviolent
tier ministers are her voice. have lost the art wor-
to and We all disobedience .. laws
you your staff are Inextricablycaught
;Through them she be comes shfp. We are not producing with I which
in Interstate com they disagree
''vocal. By them she has spoke saints. Our models are successful I am reading at 4 p m. In inert,. up Food Is shipped from POTOMAC FEVER perhaps defies any categorical
:'en always to the world, and businessmen celebrated my borne in Gainesville the many points In the nation. answer for the guidanceof
:by them God has spoken to athletes and theatrical result of the Jury verdict Euqlpment for places of public By JACK WILSON: Cow Its Washington Bureau every (Individual In "..ryclrnmJ"'nr.
the church herself. The tat*- personalities. We carry on our ((65,000)) announced here at accommodation comes .. lot whether a
:ninny of her godly laymen religious activities after the 11.30 noon today, la the Fill- from many sources. The customers North Koreans demand that U. S. troops remove a Christmas tree, and court should give It wholesale
aid of the modern ad- they'll probably win as usual Well argue for a couple of weeks and then
:has ever been a mighty manner toy law suit for damages for are, bi varying percentage sanction Is a wholly different
-In the work she seeks to so vertiser. Our homes have unlawful treatment while under from many states. give In. ..It loft which calls for only
iompllsh. Our scriptures tell been turned Into theatres. Our arrest one answer,"
thai there can be no real literature Is roost shallow It Is a time when these The Ruswlam say we don't their. at the U. N, and also
:witnessing without \the b a pZiam Our hymnody !borders on sac This Is a fine example of who dissent may be bitter if there was a Soviet library here we'd probably make noise in the reading Justice Harlan the fourth
of the Holy Spirit rilege. And scarcely any human prompt gathering and publlSlIn. \. but it Is also a time when we room- dissenter, declared that IN
of news.I should try to end bitterness. majority la setting aside the
The popular notion that the being (seemingly) appears
The Southern senators who convictions for effeaseswhich
tint obligation of the church to care.Christianity like to read today's news opposed the MB in the Congress They're coming at us from an sides. Buddhist monks In Saigon go on a had occurred before
Is to spread the gospe'' to the win always reproduce when I gel home from work.! have been saying we hunger strike-and the cannibals in the Congo don't. be civil Right, Act had Dasa-

uttermost parts of the earth Itself after Its em UP-TODATE READERIt's should live with the Congres- ed was relying M "the fofcral -

]. false. Her first obligationIs kind. The pastor ef the stall decision ao long as It More than 300 persona offer beatles tt. LIU. People still misunderstand doctrine of criminal abate
to be spiritually worthy to church I attend often remindshis Is law. H they win help had f.old.aler-he said the administration was going to the dogs, lICIt the ether ment"
spread It Yts (0 Our Lord listeners "You csnt lead funny IIow. man's their region now m an !hour around.
laid "(",0 J','? but He also anyone (spiritually) beyond blood pressure" goes down of decision and need they -- The doctrine that passageof
said "Tsrry ye," sad the where you nave gone your- when s pretty nurse leaves wall put us all In their debt. a law ky Congress caa set
Jarrylnl bd to come before Hlf." How true he Is though his hospital room. (Water** There Is crying need for Still no decision as to>> whether Winston Churchill's statue should have a aside convictions for crimes
Jhe going. Had the disciples! tragically. A worldly minded .C.ert rl all persona In position of cigar We're studying the matter looking into all the ifs, ands and butts. previously committed seder
tone forth as missionaries before inspirited church la Satan's state and local leadership to state laws which were valid -
the day of Pentecost It rounUrfit for the "real Mc speak out and say. "Let usact with at the time me efrens
Square: Still uses aa old fashioned a screen M big yon cai see the
would have beta as ever.helming Coy", Unfortunately tm Hard work: never killed according to law and reject picture, and admits he likea American League football games. was committed Is pee'tape
spiritual disaster, are hypocrites In every anyone but why take a violence and defiance. the set rtvoaitMeary
m)r they could have done no church and you can find chance en !being the first victim Let us lift our region and II- ruling that the Supreme
more than make converts sites them everywhere but heaven) ? (fob feeney Davee- ttmtoa better *-* higher The growth ef poverty In the seub- rbe getting nerloa Some suharAsal. Court Us emaciated M mod-

their own likeness, sad so that's no reason not to go. pert Tines) plateau." tee are so poor they ase tow tnt ga' In their Cadillacs. era times..I .
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:44 Go III,,,III. Sun Sunday December 20. 1964Florida's
The statistics aura snow that
CONSCIENCE: News of InterestTo Gibbs Is second to Florida
Special A&M University had an opening -

<&cifttt5uille enrollment of 3,322 .stu

uu OF dents. The senior college, Beu
the Colored CommunityNews une-Cookman College Edward
Waters and Florida

+ THE i. Memorial has enrollment of I
JOHN *.' MAHHIIOM. Pn.l.ee .M Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Chit da. Colored News 861, 158 and 329 respectively.Junior .
y PuMMMTI MT COWIBS Vic* ..- editor by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-3753. Do not send College enrollmentare
..*>! BO JOHNSON via PUM
Beautiful SOUTH items directly to the Sun office. : Volusla-451; Suwannee-
1M IwraMv. atari W. O. call Pimm amMtwiMtb Marti ........., sun .Ms ** Pm I JC-307
Vk prwMMt M< A*. 328, Waslngton ; Hampton -
University CIt'I: DL': ":' ? SOB TAITAOUONS This being the last news for Mrs. Ommle Davis of Waldo; musical program on Monday at -302; Johnson-282; Rouser

VIM PmMMl we ClnuKHtn "" ........ By RALPH McGillPMitnr 1964, we are going to give a five children, Albert of Miami; 8 p.m. at the Wesley Chapel velt-204: Uncoln-175; Rosen-

Mn WMhit. p MH,>nf wrip-up on this week's news Rev. H. Davis, Daytona Beach; Methodist Church wsld-121; and Jackson-80. e
THE SUN'S_ POLICY 01 IM ANMt* ( ) CMONMIMAn On Wednesday December 16 Fred Lakeland Irle of New NOTICE Total enrollment for the institutions

1. Report the r*wl fully and Impartially In .the news columns. 1964, the Junior and Senior York and Mrs. Addle Brock Ing- "The members of the University Is 8571-3201 for the
2. xpms the opinion of the Sun In-tut only indItorIol. Hour Chorus of Lincoln: High School Mrs. Elizabeth Brown and Mrs City Assembly No. 277 are JC's and 5370 for the three colleges
their annual, Christmas of Gainesville four sisters to at the Ma- and the University.The .
3. Publish oil ids of Important COI'ItI'OYtrslals./ presented ton ; requested meet
I Concert, this being 'one Victoria Davis, Waldo; Mrs. Jo sonic Hall today at 3 p.m. 10 Junior colleges reported
The Sun's ,telephones: All department 378-1411 0 f of the major highlights of the neva Harris and Susie Cooper, During the meeting, IS e r e 1518 freshman first-tune
Christmas holiday Jacksonville; and five brothers, will be the election of officers students while the four higher

I December 17. 1964 the Dukes Charlie, Pompano Beach: Calvin Institutions reported 1306.

II :Barbarism in MississippiThe and Rawls Honor Society and and Jimmie, Miami; Willie, WIWSTON NEWS Although Gibbs Junior College
Decision the Lincoln Players journeyed Homestead; and Richard, Lake Yule ProgramThe has steadily increased Its

best-laid plans of the Justice made by Judge Sidney C. Mize, also to Macclenny, Florida for their I land. New Hope B apt III t: enrollment In its brief period
annual Christmas for the of seven years of operation recent
party have Its Annual:
Church will
Department fot :bringing? to trial a Mississippian. She is paid by fees Now e e m e i the test of mentally 111. This is one of the i MRS. HATT1E JORDAN Christmas Doc. 27 a t accreditation b y the

those accused'of last'summer's civil and performs such duties as issuing American good will, conscience major projects of the H o nor AILING 8 p.m.Irs.! program. Emily Wallace will 1 Southern Association of Colleges ,

rights murders have been frustrated, search warrants admitting defend. and leadership, it the Society.The Mrs. Hattie Jordan Is ailing be In chRrlle.FItlENDLY and Schools, Is expected
but happily .temporarily, by the local and state level.A last home bukelb a I 11 I at the home of Mrs. ill t tie i to enhance the college' enroll
ants to bail, and (in special circumstances few months ago the Congress game for the year 1964 will be Brown of 21 S. E. 6th Ave CHOIRS UNION ment, Miss Esther Harris, registrar
whim of a woman ,federal commissioner
acting as trial judge over of the United States played Thursday night the nue. Mrs. F. D Shannon, re The Friendly Choirs' U n I Ion I reports.
who isn't even a lawyer. adopted, by a substantial ma-
opponents being NorthwesternHigh porter. will convene at the J o h n so n
petty federal offenses. jority, legislation declaring
of Jacksonville, and on Chapel Baptist Church today a SPEAKER ATBCCCommunity
Miss Esther'Carter, of Meridian, unlawful discriminations In Friday night the basketball 1 I NEwBCRRY NEWSConvalescing 3 p.m. meeting at Beth-

Miss., jolted the FBI agents and Justice The federal lawmen were lulled, public accommodations. team will journey to Ocala to une Cookman. College w a I
play the Howard High Wild I I Mrs. U M. Thompson who highlighted by a Informative :
Department ''lawyers 'when:she, perhaps, by the routine nature of \OUTH FELLOWSHIP very
THE UNITED STATES Su- Is ill In the Medical Center
Bulls. speech from Dr. Albert J.
Miss Carter's job. It limply was un. ORGANIZESThe
took it herself to throw out the'
upon preme Court now unanimous The second edition of the Lin was reported as somewhat Im Methodist Youth Fellowship Klslen, minister of Rivers I d 4
charges because, she .said, the evidence thinkable that a U. S. commissioner ly has affirmed that the congressional collan was published Thurs proved. of the Pleasant Pill Presbyterian Church Dr. Kis

was ears.\:. tually, hear- ,would act in utter defiance of established action was con day. This being a special Issue Methodist Church elected the len theme was 'Behind the Irot

lay evidence Isnotb.rred.; In-such law and order and let free ac. stltutional. The court actedon we would like to congratulate Undergoes Surgery following officers last Wednes- Curtain in Russia...

preliminary hearings. A U. S. commissioner cused murderers before they couldbe Involving two cases a motel before and It. one the the Llncollan staff on an In Henry the Alachua L. Johnson General a patient day: president Frederick Fisher I He pointed out that the people

is something like a fed. tried by their peers in the customary other an eating place. The excellent edition. tal, underwent Hospl las I ; vice president, Willie\ Lee "behind the Iron curtain art

eral peace Justice-a binding-over American system of justice. cases had been brought under The teachers would like en Friday. surgery boxier; secretary, Edith Me- afraid and distrust the people.of
Issue a special message to aU) Vel-
the clause. Clain; assistant secretary, ; the Western world. Examplesof .
authority-who decides in a hearing commerce
students "Remember semester ma Long; treasurer, Gary Mc- this fear evident In
the U. S. authorities do The unanimous decision was PLANS ANNUAL
sufficient evidenceto know
whether there is that the local and traveling examination", I guess you PROGRAM Clain; chaplain Lenard John I the Russians allow no plcturei
hold for federal trial. not yet fully comprehend the closed what that means. Jon e ph
persons public are protected by that The Mt. Carmel Baptist l son; parliamentarian to be taken ten miles of my
Miss Carter refused to admit the society of Mississippi. The white clause. Even more significant The Student Council Is In the Church will have Its Annual Ross; and reporters R al l p b railway or on the road no

FBI testimony because of her own people of that state, by and large, perhaps, was the fact process of selling Chrlstm a i I Christmas program .1 t. longley and Shirley Fisher. Shirr Western newspapers are found

opinion regarding hearsay evidence, simply do not want to see a white that a number 'Of the justices Tuberculosis Seals to aid in and the other fight Respiratory against 5.30 p,m. at the church. Fisher, reporter. "behind the iron curtain" Dr

in of explanation noted that the cases could The public Is Invited to at Kislen stated that the people
and spite a lawyer's person tried for any offense againsta Disease. HIGH SPRINGS NEWS
have been decided fear us "because of what we
as readily
her that grand juries December 17 the Ilomemak tend. Miss Mildred Williams,
to even Negro no matter how cowardly and Douglas Elementary
on the basis of the 14th have dune and what we might
listen to hearsay in reaching a decision heinous. Killing a Negro in Mississippi amendment. This I amend Ing Classes, presented t h a 1 r Affle ; helpers are: Mrs Dnls and Dailies dn."
Wright. Mrs. Vlrglnli I I
the The members of the rllrent-
whether a person should be is not near as grave an offense ment guarantees each citizen completed garments in garments the Hayes and Mrs. Ruth Kin 1 Teacher Association of Douglas Religion In Russia, Dr. Klilen
were on display
tried. After all, the safeguards of as speaking out candidly againstthe the equal protection of Homemaking room Icy Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor -. Momentary: School wish I to continued, Is frowned upon by

the trial itself protects the defend. social customs of that region. the law. : The Lincoln Players presented ; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, thank 0. R Maxey for speakIng the powerful dictators there. All

ants from any repetition of heresay Mississippians, including Miss Car. The court has in no sense their first product Ion reporter on the theme: "Mod r n statues of Stalin.have been
Interfered with the rights of removed and Lenin put up.
"The Balconey Scene". The Mathematics" the past Monday
testimony. ter, are on trial themselves before bonafide private clubs. They I LEROY aiEESBOROlT.il the school. Many churches have been.. turned
play was excellently performedand night at
the bar of national and world opine can make their own r u 1 e i I enjoyed by the student Leroy Chcesbornuflh, a native We were very happy to have Into museums
Whatever course Miss Carter had ion. The question is, will Mississip- and enforce them. The assumption and faculty, of Gainesville, died In Jacksonville the many parents and friend I Music for this program was

taken the Justice Department stillis plans consider the evidence fairly Is they must be Dec U.Survivor. to attend the Christmas pageant provided by the college chorale

obliged to take the cases before and bring to trial the 21 persons private, possessed of a license SLATES MEETINGThe Include one son, on Wednesday night. Also, 'choir ender the direction of

a grand jury. And it will do Just accused of cowardly coldblooded to that effect, and operating Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist \'enon. Cincinnati; six sisters honored to have Mr and Mrs Thomas Demps.
under a generally applicable Poverty Fund Club will I Mrs. Mable Dixon, Mrs. Louse G. H. Hathcock, present. Mr. Miss Myrethi Wiley of the
that. Miss Carter's action seems to murder of three unarmed ?
persons system of by-laws. meet on Monday at I p. m. at Powell and Mrs. Edna, aUof llathrdck Is principal of th e Women's Senate presented one "
amount only to an act of defianceto The likelihood Is that if they can What the Congress and the the regular meeting place.ALAClWA Gainesville; Mrs, IoliOeVaugn Newberry Elementary School. of the college cholr'i album to I

harrass the hated federal govern prevent it, white Mississippians are Court have laid Is that a license Jacksonville; Mrs. The faculty and student body Mrs, Klslen.

ment which is, in the thinking of not going to permit their own kindto to do a public businessIs NEWS Bernice Hicks Callahan; Mrs.I were pleased to have someour 0' ,

many Mississippians, responsible for be tried by a federal court or any it truly that. If It Is public Plans ProgramThe Ann Douglas, Los Angeles; am 1 parents' Join us for Chris SOCIETY: PLAN! MEETING
can, of Course set rules two brothers Harold The Woman's Home Mission
New Hope Baptist 1 1 Dsytnni msi dinner In the cafeteria
all the troubles of that region. other court. Yet if these 21 had been such ss wearing coils, ties, Church will have Its Christmas Beach and John of Jacksonville. Thursday. Society No. 1 of Mt Cares I 1

picked up for bank robbery, or rape, or evening dress. It cm bar program on f>loc. 24 al w. wish everyone a Merry Baptist Church will meet Wednesday

Neither Miss Carter nor the 700 or speeding, they would be properly any disorderly person or one 1:30: p.m. at church DAVID JONES Christmas and a Hate return _at 6:30 p,m. al the homeof
I commissioners scattered who Is boisterous or exhibiting David, Jones of Archer diet I Mrs. Gladys: Williams, of 117
other U. S. charged and tried routinely. Negro- The public, la Invited to attend. after\ the holidays.GIBBS
bad behavior But a pub- Dec. II at his hnme.Survivors f jV N. W, lIb Avenue,
through the $0, states .are, accountable killing is not quite as serious an of., .
lie-business store- ""
cannot is :; ENROLLMENT Visitor* ire welcome, Rev. T.
Include his wife I
-- ,
to Washington. They are tense In I .
appointed Mississippi as running said declare Itself to be both
SINGERS TO APPEARThe Mrs. flattie Mae Junes and s.v' TOPS II JR. COLLEGESST. I A. Wright, pastor.
as officers of federal courts through a stop sign. For that sort of public and private for purposes I. Florida Suwannee and en children Albert Lee of St PETERSBURG Nearly ,

by the local district judges. In Miss thinking is there any word except of discrimination. the Gospel Harmoners ol Lake Augustine; Alphonio, Newber. one-third< of the student TO SPONSOR) PROGRAM

Carter's case, the appointment was barbaric? THE CONGRESS and I City will appear In a joint musical ry; Mrs. Pearlle Mae Young,, enrolled In Florida's predominantly Th. JU IIIII. Lodge No. 134
the program al the Shady: NewberrY; Jimmle Ocala; Marie Negro junior collegesare will sponsor a Chrtetmai program t
Court have provided all Amer. Grove Primitive B a pt lit Deanna and Elks, all ol at Glbbs Junior College, on Wednesday, Dec, U, at
icans, including those who Church today at 1 p m. I Newberry; and Iwo sisters, according to official governmental 1 pm. at the Oak Grove Baptist
I heatedly dislike the act and The public Is Invited. There Mrs. Annie Uwls and Mrs. Althea statistics. Church with Rev. B. J.

Voice of the the affirmation of it by the Is no admission fee, but a, of Jefferson City; and 14 Glbbs Junior College enrolled Simpson, pastor
People I II highest court, an opportunityto freewill offering will be accepted. grandchildren 140 students this semesle I Choir No. 3.01 ML HermanBaptist
the nation ahead
move Church will the
and statistics of Olfice of Ed* sponsor
and to bring to an end much REGISTRATION FOR SOUTHEAST ration, U. S. Department of ,music on the occasion Mrs. C.

I___ .On The Sun's Opinion Page friction and III will. A LANDMARKBible BOYS' CLUB health Education and Welfare ) 'W, Wright conductress and reporter

Every public place now Thought "Filth I Registration for activities In show that the local Inst ,
OvmiMf; and iwnnwMi .f Sm M.J.. ere ..kern. In Hi* Veto tl Ik.. *>..! .. ..... leNs stands even. No competitor: hope, love abide, these three: he South Eait Roys' Club will I -
arose k. 1Ii"lt4 .** .... A. ..it..'* .,*.... ...._ will t. withheld If r*......... A kttw ik..M has an edge. In the momentof but the greatest of then Is begin ss IIIMn as I building/ (Is approximately 1 1)' rOHr.V
I eat .. .< 100 ..t* ... mutt ... vrittt .. Mht Me *4. .. Hi. ....,. PMITV ..*., kf ...... Tk reaction and, from 110m Msthals Is si Ms
fen ........ Ik. risk M Mix ear ...... er N *.*.. rt, .llk..t *k.*.ln. lk. writ.,; ....iii... O some love. Make love your aim. and built on the site In Uncoln Es- bined enrollment fur 10 junior slllng
'._......__.0 of anger, It should not be earnestly desire the spiritual tales Boys ages 7 and over who colleges.A home
this would have altered for lost sight of that In many cities lifts.. 1 Corinthians 13,13 with to place their names on itoys' total of 3201 students In- I Friends ire liked to visit
But let
Need n NewReformation the the whole us keep around our a heavy majority of public through 14 1 (RVS). Club mailing list may rolled In (Cilbbs Vnlusla Couivy him
worse historyof OWn front doorstep clean and
accommodation places of end their names addresses, Community College, Day
the Western world and hid God
may through His mighty business long have been opecating PROGRAM SET and school they attend to Boys'Club Ions Beach; Suwannee River PERSONAL
consequences throughout the grace give us the power not without discrimination The choral group of L edge. Dos 132. Gainesville. : Junior College. Madison I ; Dr Lincoln Bliss Chllds, of
EDITOR Sun: Many read. ages to come. I hang m y to be caught In the foregoing and have suffered no economic No. 113 will render a musical I, These boys will be kept posted Washington Junior College, Jacksonville, will 1 cave In the
with interest your recent series head In shame as 1 have been category.To harm.. In all Southern near future for Little Rock.
program today at 1 I pm. at on progress and will be liven Pensacula; Hampton Junior
on religions and various guilty in tunes past (and I close. .kt me say that states save Mississippi and the Methodist Episcopal Church the privilege of getting the College, Ocala; Johnson Junior Ark., where he will spend (he
denominations In the United !hope never more to come) of we must have a better kind of Alabama there already was with Rev U J. Perkins, pas first membership cards l Issued College, Leesburg; Roosevel Christmas holidays with bis relatives -
States. Certainly the writers the worst kind of Itypocritcchurch' Christian soon or within a substantial and !Increasing tor. at Reddlck. The membership reglnlrsOn Junior College, West Palm I Bishop and Mri G. N.

are to be congratulated fort going without tarrying half century we may have no acceptance of the congressional Cars will leave at the home notice published/ earlier was beach: : Lincoln Junior College. Collins, and family
hel r various presentations. ). real Christianity at all We action. of the president Charlie Ross, meant for the North East Tort Pierre; Rosenwald Junior Mine Mettle K. Jones and
Let It be put on record at this It la a shame to say It, must have a reformation. of 704 S. W. $tit Branch membership College Panama City; and Miss Mamie Fields, both oflarktnnvllle

time however, that there was think it. write It but much Let us now resolve that we THE EXPERIENCEof 1.4): pm. 1.rllll""I Jackson Junliir College, Marl- were guests of
not even so much as a men less live 11.. but .world- lay on our knees until! we those who have so acted I Yele ProgramThe arms Mlu >ines' relatives In Gainer

tion of any of the holiness llnesi Is an accepted: part of get it within and wIth- Is that they have not been I PLANSPROGRAM C1IRJSnlU Wesley Chapel' Met ho. The statistics on the Junior irllle yesterday,
(Pentecostal n Christian our wiy of life. Th 11 Is out! "ever-run." The reality of economics I dirt Church will, present its!colleges were recently released Mrs. Lara II. Smith flew yeslerday -

churches indivlduaU/ u a where the holiness dementi- works heavily In The New Salem Baptist Christmas program today II If !In in I) page booklet entitled to New York. N. Y.,
movement This'll I to be understood nations (Pilgrim Holiness, (BRO.) "BID1 ARKELL the area public accommo Church will present Its Christmas tl .;30 pm. under the direction -Opening Fall Enrollment where she will spend the Christ.

is the preceding Is Church, of the Nas Irene, dations. The lesson learned program 'it the church of Mrs. Floretta Vlnsen. a In Higher Education mas bolldjys with her d'ughitr -

not popular with.the/! majority Wesley UethodUU Pentecostal Likes TodaaNews Is that If there Is quiet decision on Wednesday, 1><<. 23, it sophomore at Tuskegc Institute. IM4." The booklet, prepared Mrs. Hattie U Jackson, and t tether

of church goers or 'professors groupeV part-wit the with all employes given 7.30pm.The: by Ralph C. M. Flynt, Asm- relatives.Mr. .
of this day. church CDed popular-denominations o preliminary education .In public la Invited. The music will be furnishedby elate Commissioner for Educational and Mrs. Edward .. McDonald '

Wtt-- ..,Our religious mood TodayEDITOR the problem, the change Is Mill Mae Edith Warren, a Research and Develop. and son, Jim all efnirleston
The church 1 Ii Coda and It social instead of splrttusL made with i minimum olstrsln. PtR.VADAUSFernando junior tl Bethune Cookman'menl: and Alexander M. MOIId.A.uIloInt .. C., whose visit I

ness to each generation, .1I'ellITt hat the art of wore Sun: Congratulations Davis UK NW Ith College"" on the occasion.CVWr Commissioner for here for the past two weeks

her ministers art tefjolce becomes-: iMprWe: ire not 'producing- to you and your staff. We are in Jneltrlcabl'l Place, died at the University ol Ilk. T. Appear Education Statistics, has fall hat been pleasant, flew ,tater.
Through them she models. caught up at com Florida Hospital Doe. It The Undenominational'enrollment/! .reports en 1,113 col- day to their home."
Our ire successful
vocal By them she has spoken ssmts. ctlebrst- I am reading at 4 pm. In merce. Food Is shipped from I Survivors Include his mother Choirs' Union will appear In a IfIO'fOlIAC and universities.
always to the world and businessmen my home In Gainesville UM many points In tht nation. ., amlL'IIE COOK\
by them Cod has spoken to ed athletes arid theatrical result of the Jury verdict Euqipment for places of public LOUF.KR
the church herself. The testimony personalities. We carry on our (tUOQt) announced here at accommodation ceases FEVKRBy [ Getting something for nothings

of her godly laymen religious activities after the U.M noon today, in the Flaky from many sources. The customers something that rarely hap.
has ever been a mighty aid manner of the modern ad law suit for damages for are In varying percentage JACK WILSON, (Co-le Washington Duress. urns. But It to happening to ,
seeks te ic- vertiser. Our homes have unlawful treatment while the co-eds it Bethune Coo,
h the work she under from many states.It t
scriptures tell been turned Into theatres. Our arrest. North Korean demand that U. troops remove a Christmas tree, and I man CotUje. What makes the ,
compllsh. Our be no real literature to most shallow. b a time when these they'll probably win as usual Well argue for a couple of weeks and then Kcurrence particularly pleas-
us that there can borders on sag This Is a fine example of who intent nay be bitter give in.The .
without the b e p. Our hymnody ant to that the "something" to
witnessing prompt and but it .to IM! I tune when we -
And scarcely human gathering publishing useful
any kit
rteje. runally a con-
tism of the Holy Sptfrt- should to end bitterness. R........ eWt the t'
that the being (seemingly) appears of news try Mr we protect their delegates at .V, and iU t lining "good grooming' Items. 1
1 TIlt popular notion to are.Christianity The !Souther senators who If there. was a Soviet library here we'd probably make nnUe' la the reading AH the reed are receiving
lint ** rf the churchw I like to read today's news opposed the bill ks the Congress room.
: II to spread tilt gospel wDJ 1weys reproduce when I get home from ....11. hive been saying we I t I hese kits from STUDENTGIFT f

: uttermost parts 01 the earth itself after its ... 'LY-TO-DATE READER should live with the Congressional They're coming at us from all iMe. HmMhUt' monks In Saigon go 011' I I FAX conducting a marketing a national organlatiMi .

Her first obligation ne ef (hecburcH denies J .. MIs hunger strike and the
II fable. to kind. pastor so Ions cannibals In the Congo don't. amplmg program In' w h Iris "'
splrltllal11 worthy attend often remind .... will lead
; II 10 be 1 u they Nip Bethune Coukmin College towrtlrlpoUng. 't
; spread .. Yet. et Our Lard bis: ustflters. "Yea cant lead 11'. runny 1ID1r. nun's their regta sow 111.. hour More than 200 SWOTM offer beagles !:l.fU. People still mi-understand /

aaid "Gt but lW also anyone -(spiritasfy) beyond Wood pressure goes down of decanosi and seed they (;oww.ln.14 the dsslnUtrsti was Hug Ie the' dote, not the other Some one million students it .' j
: sad Tarry !.." a. tile1arTJirC where you have gone you- when s pretty sane leaves wa put as ad is their debt. way areessd.Still I eel ct.d colleges and univnsi. I

bid CUM before Ifl.- How trae he b though ha haeprtal room. (Watrrbo.Cearkr There to crjfcg tree I. r I let throughout the country are .

the COin&- Had the .itclpSd be- .&r.xaIl1..A'dJ,minded ) $fl persons fa positiM el no derision as to whether Wlnslna Churchill's ,itatoe should have a I tetvhif these kits is pert ,.! ;
: cone forth II mk'a i 'jmspuHed church, to satin'seaatlert state snd local: leadership to cigar. We're studying the III.ttur-Ioo.III into all the Ifs ends.,and butts. I Iw program. All of the items ,
the day ef Pentecost for the real MoCoy" peak eut and "Let M
tore set onialned In the kits are ...
would have bees III v e T UiworlMiotorf tere Rare verk. never kffleo act according to law and reject fcturet Mill see isj eLl faahbe4. TV with a erne M Mf jets cats ... the. :stonily advertised product MM

whelm I ag ***** : lor they could hm dale M church and you tan tied chance t* beef the first vieLmT Let ne aft eur region and aa- I the larger and best keosnw J
snore than make coerwa sfl- them ererjwhere but !beaten) On* Feeney, Pete* &l01I toe better and higher' The crvwth. of poverty 1st (he. ss..be......* s r4ew*. If psi:borbant. I wmu/aciurirs in UM resp

or their ewe tteness, cad so that's M reason not to g*. port n...) ,....... tee are ... four (ley ,sup low test grit h (heir CaJttae Aide covered '
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Sunday. December. 1964 Cafnes ille Sun 3A I

World Peace Conference ,

4// I liq

Program'-" Is Announced III ,,;! Jr

GIFT WRAPPiNG Program arrangements lora The conference will be held

I Conference on Peace and at Holy Trinity Churclj, Epis
SERVICE World Order to be held I D copal. I Icuhu7r

ON PURCHASE MADE AT ialnesville on January S have
R been announced by Kenneth The only charge made will
'I Leibman. Featured speaker be $1.50 for the dinner. Mrs. OISCBUMT '
BflHHDlffcEE will be Dr. Harold A. Bosley Willard E. Stone and M r a. LAST
I senior minister of ChrIstI Harry R. Warfel are cochairmen llIi
I Church, Methodist in New for arrangements assisted ?' I IIlu! MINUTE
I York City. Dr. Bosley will address -, by Mrs. David Stryker and t
the conference at 4:30 Mrs. Jerry W. Gaddum. Mrs.
FORKING ON TOWER LOT I and also at 1:15: p.m. Stanley S. Ballard and Mrs. D GIFT
Robert H. Bowers will assist
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Workshop sessions will be with registration and Mrs. I'I'' SPECIALS
The Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store j! lead by ,Gainesville panelists li Francis C Hayes will be in 11
i on the topics of disarmament charge cf literature display. DR. BOSLEY1TAWAYS T/"OY
f1711117oI1kAALI1T11a1A 11I1TT7111IlIlAIAlITa1Ta1LI1a17tat>wa1T building the peace with i
special reference to the Peace -

In a study by Eugene Gilbert & Co., the newspaperwas Corps and underdeveloped countries i Noon 'Til 1 .. I '
and keeping the ,
shown. to be a big influence on the living and peace .
particularly the work of the
spending habits of teenagers.nmtteuf. United Nations.

Leaders from the UniversItyof 'I I all c.I r ,: .:
Florida Include Dean ByronS. "
\ GIFTS FOR Holllngshead Col. Glenn QUALITY
A. Farris: Dr. Richard L. A.
I Sterba Dr. Oscar Svarl l e n, gistoURTCHRISTMAS
and Dr. J. Hooper Wise.

Community and church leaders .
are invited to participatein
the conference. Local sponsoring LA'BUDGETS AND
groups Include the United
Nations Association of the INVITED
USA, the United Church

Women, the Faculty Christian f 4 ceramic MM! -_
fellowship and major church -
groups. Dr. Bosley's appearance ;:- LAZY- SUSAN
has been arranged for by 1 and d .-.1. 1oI.W...= "- .
.. 3
.1..r ,5i -..n.d 10 h.,, := 2.74. tk
I the American Friends Service IuI 1411....1.. ., ,01" e..Id.197oo 3 Comp.
'Committee.The e VaL 7JO. ::
I' i Sen*'prettily! ;l Rev. Thomas C. Mitchell ,ball bearing colony*;
3 =
'First Methodist Church is _.... ..... -
gen- 011. ===
::a .1.. .. ...
I'eral chairman for the confer- wld..L.n ,.. .I arlw ell. .M rMA .KwMN =-=
ence. Mrs. Emmanuel Cltlhi Is w 7.IIw sli' : -
chairman for the publicity :i .
committee which Includes Rev. 9700 I r- ,
LADIES' .'... /1tIJJd
'C. D. Weaver William E. Morgan Deep Pile "
COLOR BLANKETS 'I [ Rev. Fred T. Laughon, DIgNiONDgINGS 14 ftltnu urat..-. .ds. ...... Ml, Ii BUY DOW..J:
lint r M""*"ti. Mount. ROBES
I Dr. Wise and Rev. Eugene M In I4K.VMI* M r tl/.w ..".
Savings price on this all =::I ..,;
season blanket so machine S Ruyle. 4900irno
washable with 5 5.00 2ssyi
II III -- -' .
acrylic Supernap.nylon Rayon bound ono 80"x90" United Church t-80X3-ftc. 1 s.a.o.tPrfcedl. .1 I

new lukewarm fashion water colors. I Plans Survey I SeD.Out Priced! r TOWEL SET Matching short I

I .H. Rayon fleece Wasn2.58 coats or Curler
I Plans for a church affiliation' : able. Sizes 10 to Compo Vo'.3J1a 1 caps gift boxed:w I
survey were formulated at the Cozy, fluffy. She'll .3florolPanIlt'l1l Colors I
:Christmas Fellowship Supper love one. ; -
.. Handsome gift box M
Ion Thursday evening. __ _
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I Rev. Melvin Dollar, ministerof zoffLkt PricelEntlrf 011 ow -- --"-

church extension Rev. Robbins Stock of=
Ralph, superintendent of'the 1Cultured PearlNECKLACE == I .GRUEN S Men's CORDUROY PANTS Men's SHIRT & TIE SET

'' Florida Conference of the ==' ...,..U7 match.d poutsknott.a ,== I WALTHAM Priced 2.88 Originally 2.87
United Church of Christ and == Willa whits <1 HELBROS 100% rayon shirt with
Rev. T. Albert Lawrence mIn- = a1..p. R.r"ted '"101 atuarantH Washable Ivy styled. 1 91 20
e3.ee> vdu.. ,_ watches matching tie. Sizes S-
;ister of Christian education, ::.... We ... .. __=== Sizes 29 to 38. I MLOrlg.
presided at the meeting, where ::---to \OW '" _
committee reports were given I 19ss J a --rr Dr" ,meMen's
and general business was dis
cussed. The survey was set for
100%, ACRYLIC BLANKET Jars 17 and will enable the
Blankets woven of acrylic yarns, newly formed group to know of
have become leaders in the field persons interested in the
and a favorite In homes every$ 98 church. It will also help gauge
Interest in particular areas of
where. Acrylic yarns are naturally
the city in which the churchIs
moth, mildew, end ahrlnk-resistant I
considering the purchase of
For warmth without I land. lad i'3-piece "s,,. rtrit-o ff t/is/ doom
weight, softness of texture, and
proven durability, they are without I Any persons having questions Men s ttn l Ladle* s DRESSER SET 'emfeeel BLANKETS ,
72x90 and LadiesDISCO
compore, I concerning the organizationmay Robert I RINGS =_ I WATCHES If i 7 MESH NYLONS 5.87
contact Mrs. N wlnd. d Mrta_end, .MMM.. = 17 Jwnl Comp.Vot 9.59 Comp.Val.7.9$
Ss iwli
Uso Your Penney Charge -.IrMd.n. r .n. = vMhn fcr 5 Ct
\Loehr, 21244, or Mrs. Rob e r t sa .11 ....M.d In IOKS 1-It e.Id. C sa mw, dr.wh, far. Mn. Choose from FOR 2-lane rayon & Acryll
; to whit. w y.sw 4 e.o.L7 3Mm floral,
from >M to IN* ...
Atkins 23117. Viluci | .- a. win..wo.. -.. .I.... print, face designs Extra long weoring.5111 72x 90"t 6 rich ihadnl '
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:-:=" : 2.IS Ust Price Kid Loy. Them D.corat.d Container
H Ladles 17 Jewel I MtlMOS S
ELGIN OR HE1BROS _a Calendar Watch iC. -
la, whitt or yllowtold with .. dt4.w..d s'.d, B
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Miller-Brown Motor Co.OUR Compere W 46.00. cII

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Mad of fir tngrodVontv 16 a5oruh _.
We urge you to visit this modern showroom In gift Mil 3 guarantee r.placasies- e Automatic T),.nnoitatChromt
r Ladies'Diamond
end shop. i HELEROS... .... ssE .-I J WATCHES 1fki
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Their choice of Fuilgas, a product of w.. w r w Id aa1. M w ta floe aAH ,
e .( Lowest Price 1
5475 Ideol's
Phillips Petroleum, for all of the heat in this faf ,14.14 97 Anfl1Chera jjj I Marx's Ideal's PhantomSMARTY

plant Indicates their sound business practices -----1 I BIRD JOBTRUCK, RAIDER

:\ P. P. GAS." 366 Ori, 9.17 833Orij.. 14.S7 666 Ori,. 9.87

3t Walks 4 Talks With Zoxpom Freighter tums Into

Whistles Engine battleship.Mart's

r ..... ::":, 1 .... Big Bniiitr Ideal'sMONSTER Sea Cone

\rl ; : CtUIN Ladles OR 2 Diamond WAITHAMOpe WAITHAM Men's AutotfindI OR CRUEN= TRUCK LAB MACHINE

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Repoirs & tows Lights flash monster Complete
12 S.W. 1st AT. Phone 376.5392 with
con. moves. syrups & canes.i .

::. FRANCHISED' DISTRIBUTOR 9 ....-11 pm.GAINESVILLE s... N..*.'7 "... 0.9..11.... S... N..7 ... REMEMBER ONLY 5

'' .. ,,.. .,*.' :- Acres Free Parking Gainesville-Acres Free Parking.1 SHOPPING DAYS
., U. S. 441 N. .t 23rd IK 1,4. Ph. .se 376-129Z U.S. 441 H..tD".lt.L. Ph, UNTIL CHRISTMAS

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.annoy, btcemnei 4 0, Ivo4 Couieivill Sun ,
I) More AboutHousing If a candidate favors public many cases whether we would have a code that I Is enforce spoke In favor of the code and l
housing and that'i what thi be able to>> accomplish what we]able. If the present code needs a noisy burst of applause l .
people want then they'll vote want to under it," Green added some specifications let'a write 'greeted the commission de- ....: :; ,; h F .., .
for him- them into it," he suggested cision to act on the proposed II .l\J. )
However all commlsslone s Mayor McKInney came t 0 Although most of the com regulations. Its critics filed out
favoring the code Indicated opposition the dangerous' lding code ments from the audience were of the meeting room before the
From Page 1 to public housing, aid. "1 think it's evident we'critical some local residents final vote was called. r'm
"' "r ""
"unless enterprise fails
private ,I 1 I
:remarks and added public to meet the challenge."
We pleased to announce
housing, which "we are most T. J. Hawes He chargedthe
interested to cutting out," housing code had been
would be avoided by the lin"Ination > "stampeded" to the point of
of the code housing its approval by the GainesvilleSun Robert R. Rowe
Aboard. and "other groups" :
P.' W. Thompson He at, Richardson answered by noting
tacked the code is a possible "I don't think 11 months has firm t '
"punitive" action, which event. consideration ]Is a stampede.", our
ually could lead to public City Manager Bill Green was i I As an associate in real estate sales. it 4LvIT
housing and become "oppres called Into the discussion toI I
. sive, under future commissions. clarify the city's policy on en-, ,
." forcing the dangerous buildIng -i ,
': Richardson noted four of the code. I A I J. W. KIRKPATRICK
five commissioners presentlyin He said the code has been
office had campaigned I In enforced on a "very limited"I
favor of the housing code. basis during recent years. He, REALTOR
l Sutherland added future commissioners also noted the code is limited'
.. "don't Just materialize because of Its broadness. 4 31 N. Main St. Phone 372-8404
I think public housing "There are no standards to goby
It will be a campaign Issue It Is quite questionable in

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THAT'SHE Exciting "column" stitch, rows upon rows of It, .."

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$JM Alpaca' and kid mohair ore among the fine yams tI

1'\\' GIFTS FOR THE MAN OF TASTEI I 8rint 4MMMt. .*12muvl inwdi In Ml UK$oho t you'll.. In our selection of famous Lord Jeff < s

r4M sweaters. Pictured are two of many styles we offer v

I In a great selection of Toatty Fall tones. ,: i i

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plated coffee serv- ,, The Shaggy "Bearcat" Cardigan i
1 ke has tray,coffee t

pot. eriamer and A lofty blend of wool end mohair
ortlc green navy missile blue

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dock race and I lil'Ud doll. $3.$9eelsI $2 9 5 S7Q50r .

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]1 Two Strong .Swimmers in Choppy Waters, Light Boat I WOU.ENSAK, RECORDERFrom or REVERE


Thf boat vat made of thin''I From Page 1 strong mm. They carried thr**,,,bek w.Tow. tone to take M oft? Perhaps annert '

I flexible fiberglass. Three atrip* life prenervers.' along with the bright orange bwn-J I..aey made it to shore: tbet Two strong healthy and careful TAPE RECORDER HEADQUARTERS
like rowboat MulUa ,usual aanortmcnt of f M b ill ere anchored at the spot.
of wood reinforced the bottomto an ordinary shy harent they found their men. Swimmers who bad AccMoriCOUCH'S -
add rigidity. The gunwbate bought It its matte ago. ear. Searchers spread out hunt ray out of the woods Why(lit. Jackets at hand. Tope Supplies
Is plywood and the mr and went fading In many At mid afternoon I the i ig for the men or other clue did they UM that boat "
*altered along M feet of the| ( "Don't worry about us, they
I haunted there. Two pfyw.d lime wopped by McCilvray's fish 60S N. Open
seals are built ta. It h a Bt-, '1'1ud" the way It wa Mon Camp on die west chore They oalheart shore among the n Questions., Dozens of questions i said "we"can take care ol Main St. To 9 PM
each asked
lie more than 11 feet long, 47 day The boat was man and bought two gallon of ....oIJ'It press trunks were found another -| imes. Muck thousand of j'to{ourselves. And out they went
inches wide, and about 14 inches I low in the water, with the and two pint of milk. Theycave We preserver a dip net. speeuiataM- No fish. '"1I
high at the slern It looked weight of the motor and two two mudfish to a man'I Mullis' Jacket, a cap and Proc
"who I( work for )/ctidvray. terra leather shoe, their lace*I

At S o'clock, the water had,!untied as though taken oil dejuberately !'

become rough and '
They were off the east shore.about A fioulla .f boats spread::
fl1Nyl across: the huge lake, bunting So .
four mile from Newman Helpful at
Lake Park When last'Airplanes and helicopter were i w
teen, they were (waded southward pressed Wo spotter service.
apparently going borne. One pilot thought be saw)I
something and dropped aaj j Holiday Time
Rough and choppy wtier A I
orange marker. Boats checked
mall low boat Two strongmen 4 .l
TRANSISTORRADIOS good swimmers both, the spot and searchers found j For News, Features 'I ,
nothing. That was at mid-week.
with life
preservers.Darkness j
bad fallen whenthe Friday a searching and Shopping Tips! u
phone rang in lea Mullis ter saw a floating oar btlirop.j

: home. Sherry Matins UZI NWMh \
St.. wag calling her mother it until boats came to check it. newspaper will prove more
the kind of can a mother It might have come from any J' helpful to you than ever! A* J
and daughter exchange w h en boat your beat source of news, feature
they are-close and live in the There was hope the men and pictures also a* .
ZALE'S same Iowa might have made it to shore your aura guide to top values
I 6k00t/ Mr*. MuOis told her daughter I and were lost and would come: : for Thanksgiving dinner, \
her father had not comeback out That hope dimmed, as Christmas feasts and new \
from fishing. one day faded into night then -Year festivities.
G/VI a gill for y"-ound .njoymtntl\\ Paul Matins no fisherman another, then another . c,.
WITH the aid of its Holiday

Boats formed ta lines, cruising
by bit own admission, drove ideas, .
menu tested
and down the lake l like
C out to Newnans Lake Park up I marketingtips and
Mullis' car was there, empty. patrolling cavalry Other time|I specials, youH solve grocery
He drove to McGilvra,'.. they worked alone, each meal-planning and food-shop I
HITE'HR thinking the to men might pilot following bunches, o Cchecking pine problems with pleasing
have put In there. The !Q-oJgbt out things seen 11/11 savings
lights at McGilvray shone out thought seen. A bird in the
into the night, yellow beacons water, A dead white fish floatbig ,' AND with ita daily show.
cmIEJ to YttAaststea t In the darknerr There was no among white cypressroots. Ing of newest Holiday merchandise.
youH find happy
of the
sign two men.
Manus drove batk to New At both homes cars without and thrifty answers to II o
south of town many Christmas gift quentionn. (teesutllePhone i.
none Lake Park, on the tags converged Now, 'than un
more ever ;
; C shore. Mrs. Mullis was there. parking In the drive way and voull want It home-telered;
Mr*. Proctor soon came. After filling up the streets. The gathering EVERY day.
awhile, someone called the of families at a time of 378-1411. Home DeliveryFLORIDA ,
sheriff office. I trouble.
An waited. Prayed and waited From Jacksonville and Georgia

One. Three Five, six bouri. cars converged on the
At 4 am.. Mrs. Proctor went Munis house, a family vigil;', -- .
I % : : "::- ';1 II S :lasting for day*. A baby boy !!i---- : -r /j'::
home, but not to sleep. [ ... ..
'\ Mt li At 5:M, Ray Massey was in'never had so much attenllon.1] - ."'- _..:... .. --}
'. .,. I his kitchen. Mrs. Mulli came I, At the Proctor home, rela-l'I
\ -" .-:-:; ;;: W' X : ? N came across their two yards lives came from Georgia, PEST CONTROL
&%Wf%: (f ;rf.1: *f& V and In."Doug. !!Smith Carolina and California;
W!;: :: / '}'i{: i went fishing yesterday ITo sit in Proctor's study, or -
: and has not come back I beneath the oil portraits of his 1:00: to 5:30for
'IfJI".tat T told him. children. Proctor's brother,
\ ,yet. she I OPEN SUNDAY convenience
E Massey took his own boat broods about the boat Amongthe your

D and, with Paul Mattox. went silent vlgflanU is the man t
out to Newnans Lake Park.!for whom John Proctor was
I They put h. and pointed toward named his father r DOG COATS &
'" 1OTRANSISTORPORTABLE I Doug Mullis' favorite i A thousand times, the questions
fishing grounds. are iked. By fishermen s- SWEATERS

Matins spotted it first, an object !squinting against the sun shining ., a. ac
pointing out of the water, off the black water. By f
This portable transistor\ radio makes MO yards or so from the south-:i families, waiting In the two 1.89 up
'good music sound better Cames: complete $1995 'east shore.! Massey sheared a homes. "d
with earphone, battery and leather,,\t. I'pin and the two men were delayed t I What happened? Your Choice Fabric
getting over, A potter Even If the boat swamped, and Stylos i''
NO MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT TERMS1Z helicopter had seen the object J ,I why did two strong swimmer .
: too, and called a sheriffs boat nut make It out Why didn't -
r to the scene. they reach their life Jackets WARDLY
ALE'S The green fiberglass prow Even If one went to help the
pointed up out of ten-feet of'other, why didn't hey make 11"111' FISH FOODS
water, buoyed up by an empty It* Where did the accident happen 4i <
e *
1 19.ftl'I.R"
gait tank and a life preserver ? Why were Proctor's shoes
12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE Jammed under the front seat untied carefully and deliberately u
f u
The motor dragged In mud ? Why was Mullis not PRICES
--,,|'i wearing his jacket In the chilly -
evening: or did he have y > o Aquarium

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Prices Good Sunday Only-Noon to 7 p.m. by the Gainesville In accidents Police reported Department -- Plan Aft.r Christmas Q, r t ,;

and the Alachua County rQCHRISTMAS
liVE ;
Sheriffs Office during the r : &
'AB4 Ladies HEELS past 31 hours were 5 Gallon $1295

Oscar & Buckner, Tao KBJrd : IRIRll
Blvd. and Lottie N. Edwards ., LIVING i 10 Gallon 19"

/ Broker, at 12:01: p.m. WlAIS 15 Gallon 33"EAST
; Saturday at N. Main St and
$200'OFF 10th AT*. 3.50..::4.oo

Herman Richardson, Mcln- 5.00, tS.OO PUMP
\fIh.nd Howard J. Dolllsnn, GRAVEL4,44k
end Up.SELECTION 117 SE' Its Ave. at 11:tt am. :.4.,, "
Saturday on State Road 331 !,. .. j .."
north of SE ills Ave. AI.' '. FILTER
r Ladies Robert E. Wynn. In rlacbrn.N. .' ... FISH
FLATS C and a parked car, at '
II:37 pjn. Friday at too E. Unl- PALATKA if .WILD BIRD FEEDER 1.95 .; .Jit.

entity Alice Ave.)I. :! S Lbs. Bird Seed..45c .. .
$066 Sevfnon.: l SE !-
$766 Hawthorne Road and Lanlta A HOLLY 5' Tell,, 3.95 4y ,
Harris, 1101 NE 13th Place, at REDWOOD

Mm and 4& stytseT. Malay 7,29 Ave.p m.and Friday 3rd St at E. University ... ., CARDINAL FEEDERS 7.95,1],

Chios. frogs With :
Wrought Iron Post
Robert J. Callms. 2031 NW CAMELLIAS '
35th Ave. and Charles J. Joiner
Crawfordville. Fla., at I ISp.m.
r to 4 95 : CHINESE 4' TALL
tIrd IUYd. '
2 YR. OLD 5 :TO 6
r Roger R. Randolph High 7.95
Spring and a parked car, at j 3.95 2.95.
(39 p.m. Friday m the 100
block of S.Main St
I Clarence >E. Witt Jr, 1441Mllth Dogwood Trees i.. 'IAI SYCAMORE TUES .J
"".. Roland B. Reenw[ ',NU'U (1 moOD "
/723 D. SW tth St and Mack S. f., 2.95 : !
$46nd$560CHILDREN'S? 1 Match JOt NE 7th St. at Sll: 4' -' '" :

''p m. Friday hi the 1300 block "i j:1
of NW fth St A\i' TULIP TREE
Oscar R EUtes. Hampton .. ;
Fla. and Paul B. Chauncey 223 1,95 ,
SW 2nd Ave.. at S II p.m. Friday BIRD BATHS 4.95 up 'r4 ; .Af.
la the 201 block at NW 23rd ;}. p
Blvd. IDEAL GIFT '.. ) II:
Janina Lukiewlct 1O' NE

COWBOY BOOTS 13th. Place and Lervy Goodman,
Wtcsnopy. at 4:41: pill Friday
it S. Mali St and WOlisloncuUft

bb : WOkM 0. BUckwtll. :MS NE I s C1tt 1 .

$2 $38! $488I Tib. SL and Comuelo/ W. Dot.! 20 N.W. 16thATtJt// r ,1 '
,bear,, 375J SW SU Place, at, ,
ata 410 pm. Friday ta Gaiamffi' PR 6-266 I
Shopping Cent<<.
'I Gary L. Fleming, 1220NW I
list Are. and Donald E. Deals! ,
SELF SERVICE :Itt 4. at in: ,... Friday to: Come in anti
'the 17M block of NW 13th St '
DWI i iI llroicsePRICES .
I SHOE STORE Archie T. Peterson 21 If NW Jvs
I Jill Ter. was arrested by city GOOD ALL WEEK

CINTIAl CHAI6I AND UY.AWAY pubce at 1.30 a m. Saturday atVW
PG ItUi Ave. and lUi St. and '
N. Main St. SwIN e/1N6 CttrtTta charged with driving while bvtoucaied .. ; r ,If .
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Lewis Called 1 i t Barry. Hits 0nly'. 25.:


Super Stars I MIUII (AP) The UnU(tight defensive game tonight. Miami was never headed

versify of Miami beat the University :Rick Barry of Miami, the na I after that Florida got no closer

... of Florida 67-51 In alope's tion's leading scorer, was heldto than three points
By JOE HALBERSTEIN man, still hasn't "loosened up"in 23 points. I Barry lead both teams I It .r

Sun Sports Editor the words of his coach Dean ( Time Florida'i ball control and rebounds with 13 Florida' ton

Area basketball fans g e t a Smith. But he's done remark slowdown tactics In the first scorer was Tom Baxley, with h1

golden opportunity Monday ably well despite first.year Jit- Third Best half had the Hurricanes fighting fouls.13. Bsxley left the game on
for their lives w
night. ters.Both A report In the latest edition Miami' shooters hit for 41 I
They get to watch Florida's Cunningham and Lewis of Swimming World The Gators went ahead aft per ctnt of their field goal II

Gators take on one of the na are tenacious defensive players, Magazine showed Galnesvllle'i er two minutes and held leadsof attempts; Florida 38 per cent. 3. I
tion's finest teams in 1954 adept at ball.stealing, close-I seven points before Miami 'U'

North Carolina and they get guarding, the harassing tactics Bice Hope fashionedthe was able to close the gap to a FLORIDA T MIAMI e TSal.
that make third best time In the ... I .. II save Pill NTemllroNS !
an added bonus of seeing two an outstanding per 29-27 deficit at the half. .
nation in the 100. yard 4 II IICKtiw 1.1 t ,
of the finest players anywhere. former. the till rtrKM 411 *
Miami tied the score at mwy "
11-11 ..,.
butterfly year age i | 1-4 I10M I Oil IIHm
The Tar Heels will show off There's not enough team In 4 a start of the second halt but 'M I M 5 J..... I ItMwttn 5

Billy Cunningham and Bob the nation this season that can j group.Hope who swims for the !the Gators grabbed the lead ",,y 1 I H 14 1HclUrM iwmnun, ( MSHl I

Lewis Monday night at Florida boast of two super star cate- I Gainesville Golf and Coun- twice again before the Hurricanes II.14-HII.. ITmi Vll MINI Y ... -.
Gym starting at 1 o'clock. This gory players North Car olina' went Into a full court "'" r >K
try Club team, sped the distance MlMll ........... W N..7 'I '
will be quite a twosome. I Has them and It should be a BILLY CUNNINGHAM In US during the press and reeled oft ten points PMrt.A .,..n..... n .N4tFwM ., ." .".. .
Cunningham a senior, is treat for UF followers to watch .. He'a Tar Heel All-America (for a 41-33 lead while Florida ....-,._.. ICoII", ...Ioy. It "v* _
I past season. Tmil IAtMlMUnc..'?-. .'1.. 55. Mlaml1. *
averaging 25 points a game them Monday went scoreless. 4.IM RICK! BARRY
this season and about 17 rebounds -
a lame Lewis a sophomore :

Is hitting 20 points RHOME STARS IN BLUEBONNET

a game and almost as many .

rebounds.Both players Do It drive All shoot '1.: Tulsa Upsets Ole Miss 14-7 i :.1

from outside playmake, ball- .. ,
-=- handle you name it they I
J can do ItCunningham HOUSTON (AP) Jerry Rebel 33. Don Trull last year. records, also claimed two other Maddox nailed Rhome fo( a

I Is 6-5V4! and a home.. Tuba's pass wizard, Jim Weatherly scored the The outstanding lineman Bluebonnet records with a total loss as the halftime gun sounded
well-built 213 pounds. Lewis Is R Ignored a series of hard knocks Mississippi touchdown from the award went to Willie Townei, offense of 2D1 and by handlingthe Z

a (-3 Jumping jack who can out- '. administered by a tough Missisippl one to climax a drive featuring 263-pound Tulsa tackle. i ball en M pass and run Dennis was !the game's leading
lead players many inches tall 1 \ defense while pausing and Weatherly'i 30-yard pass to Rhom was slammed to the plays. ground gainer with 73 yards In

er. He Is a 175pounder. running his Hurricanes to a 14.7 Frank Ktnard to the Tulsa 24 ground by Rebel defenders several Coach Johnny Vaught had said 17 plays Diugherty led Tulsa

Depending on what the Tar victory Saturday over the favored Rhome's sparkling performance times. One tackle )late In Mississippi's basic defense with 32 yards In six carrlri.
Heels did against Alabama Saturday Rebels In the sixth Blue- won him a unanimous vote the second period left him against Rhom would be "rush, Weatherly completed It ot 21

night in the finals of the :,i 15 P.LvR bonnet Bowl football game. of sports writers as the game's stretched out on the turf for several rush, rush" and the Rebels did jasws for 11) yards and had Jwo 1
Virginia Tech tourney, North Mississippi was an 11-poln I most out standing back the first; minutes b ut he did not nail the Tulsa ace for losses nterceptlnni )
h Carolina will be 7.: or 6-3 facing favorite, but Tulsa combined unanimous ballot for the honor leave the game eight times for a total of 37 Brief Dltput I

Florida. In the bowl's history. He com I The Tulsa quarterback, a top I yards. A brief dispute between Kctiny

Cunningham won All.America M''HOUSTON..'..._ ,..,.API. SI1N.OMw a 5INlplca 1 5w1,II 55,5-So pleted 22 of 36 tosses for 252 draft choice of both the professional Tommy Luke's Interceptionthat Smith, Mississippi guard, and

honors last year and Lewis Nil .omll ,.... yards and bado nly one Interception Houston Oilers and the' halted an early Tulsa threatat the game officials preceded-th
Is tabbed for all the stardom PIPN 555.IS 155uUlns Dallas Cowboys, carried the the Mississippi 23 was the start ot the winning touchdown
that Is possible for a college .or,.._..... 51 ISI INws The 252-yard total was Just ball 22 time for a net gain of 20 first theft against Rhome In 204 ,drive *

t athlete to garner before be is 114 Do."N three yards short of the Bluebonnet yards. pans attempts that dated back Jordan fumbled a punt rcwp*
through playing Il._- ""'- W NI 7.11 record set by Baylor's' Rhome, holder of 17 NCAA to the fourth game In Tulia's 1-: Ion. Both Jordan and Smith

In his sophomore year Cunningham Yortlt 551,5155 5ol"INI, II I a e regular season claimed the ball at the Tulsa M ..,
t scored 477 points, a I Both teams made serious !but the officials ruled In Jor
22.7 average. Last year he col- Rhome's magic with a rough UTAH BLITZES. threats before the half after the dan's favor as Smith stumped I
lected (23 a 260 average. He defense of Its own to upset the back.to-back second period his feet against the turf. M I

recuperated from a broken ankle Southeastern' Conference bowl touchdown. Rhome started the drive with

suffered In a softball game t ER. veteran Rebels in 4Megree' After Rflome'i: short plunge a l4-yard rut to the 40 but SoberU -
last summer and a severely weather before a crowd of SO; MOUNTAINEERS tied the score the Rebels, was nailed for a 10-JJrd f

broken arm as a 10-year old t 000. sparked by a 43-yard run by lose' before the 37.yard paw taDaugherty
youth to make the grade. He'a rwy Except for a 87-yard second Mike Dennis, moved S3 yards to st the Rebel 133.
a left-handed shooter. period drive that gave Missisippl the Tulsa 20 before Jeff Jordan Daugherty lost two and t Rhmn
Lewis, who scored 37 pointsa BOB LEWIS a 7-0 lead, the Hurricane ATLANTIC CiTY N.J. (AP) lute, Andy Ireland and fullback moved In to Intercept a Weatherly MM was Incomplete bei ore
game as a Tar Heel fresh-, -. sensational sophomore for NC defense permitted the Rebels to I- Ron Coleman, a speedy halfback Allen Jacobs Utah lost little pass at the Hurricane nine. i home found Fletcher! near-Die
move Inside the Tulsa 41 only with more moves than a time establishing/ superiority.Utah From that point Tulsa movedto end lone with the gamewinningp

nee. .chess master led explosiveUtah DrivesOf the Rebel II before Mark .
Mississippi enjoyed the leadless through West Virginia's I 14
E Welsch Leads HurricanesTo than five minutes, however porous defenses for a 32-6 victory the six time Utah had the --
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II as Rhome, using only one pass Saturday college football's ball In the first half Coach Ray "

quickly directed a 72-yard surge first Indoor bowl game, the Nagel't team drove 43 and 77 Left Look Inside
to tie the score and !then turnedto sixth annual Liberty Bowl inside yards for touchdowns and Roy Big Orange?.
of Trentonen
91-48 long Danes for the 74-van spacious Convention Hill Jefferson kicked Held goals of Jot Halbersteln .............................. ...... Pass 02:

lIa-alleld'touchdown drive in the 21 and 31 yards. One march fat- All-Scholastic Team ................-._... .j. Page 03.

LARRY WOODS free throws to lead the to compete with Gainesville," third period. ATLANTIC CITY .N. I. (Apt |.l_ tered on the West Virginia one- Arthur Dal/ Column ........................ PagOt..
By San Sports Writer scoring with 33 points. It was said Trenton's John Row Tied SCOT "c. M MtiMil MM Ulrih f n.WM i ( Vlc" 5. tMrtyMvl yard lire and an errant lateral Friday Prep Games ........................... Pagt 05*
111.5 O VI killed/ the other.
with the highest scoring spree for following, the game Rooms tied the score at 7-7 by 51/4..5. "It
Gainesville High toyed Welsch thus far in the lunging over from !the one on ._ Y_ 755 INP.M.IS
young "But I think the learned .
boys .....
for about i .
Die Trenton Tigers
fourth down after hehad taken 1f51H
I ,,
two minutes after the tip off season a few things. We are very ,- ....... .
I Floor mistakes, lack ol f ;grateful to coach Raper (John) advantage a perfect block by 1'' Santa Fe Wins Tourney
her Saturday night, found speed and Gainesville' evidently Brent Roberta to break through ::.. 511 1 *,
for and
scheduling us anytimeyou ,...
their Inexperienced visitorscouldn't I I nods C'.4 IS S
more polished team middle for a 23-yard run I 10
play a team as good as
cope with a full-court to play were Just too much forth Guts you are bound to pick the Rebel live.Rhom.'a I.e I

press then proceeded 91-48 winning put class C visitors.Wanted up a few pointers" be added go-ahead pass was a35lrdtr The J-footl 173-pound senior/ With Victory Over PKYU
on a dazzling to Eddie Fisher four from' San Francisco bolted 13
performance.Boyd T* Rae About the only thing the taller he
plays after had hit Bob Dau- yards on a brilliant Individual
Welsch 1-foot forwardfor "We wanted to run with but slower Trenton five herty with a 37-yarder at the
effort to give Utah a lf-0 halftime ALACHUA-HIGH
accomplished for the SPRINGS Santa F* caught
dumped 14 them but It apparent
the Canes lead He carried IS times I fire in the last period here Saturday night and
didn't have the stuff controlling the tijHrff. won
and picked up sev- we Just
field goals Duke Rambles for IS4 yards, picking his holes Its third annual holiday l basketball tournament for
Lea. Spark smartly behind crisp blocking. .
the third straight um*. --- -

Hotton Browning string CHARLOTTEV1LLE Va With the offensive line opening Andy Strickland pumped In over the Bears from Dixie Co.
bean 6-4 center for the Tigers (API Duke's sixth-r.nked six crucial free throws t e But
monstrous gap In West Vir.glnla' Crow City stormed back
I managed to keep his teammates Blue Devils overcame their own spark the fourth quater surge
forward wall and theahu't
In the las( "
1110 make bat.
College SrcxT4 to' In the lame as h* paced mistakes with a 114 burst midway field as the Rebels, tripped P. K. a
providing sure
the scoring for Trent *a the second half Saturdaynight ,footing for Coleman, his subitiFSV Yongt, 69-SI. tit of It Tb. Bears hit BUM

with 17 point ( and rolled to a lOUt Crow City edged Live Oak, straight point to trimmed a

Trenton enjoyed a brief itlead Atlantic! Coast Conference baelball > 73-T6 In tilt consolation game It-point PKY .lead to M Wore

...... ,.. -...,.... Man In the early moments of victory over Virginia RacesBy Saturday sight In gain third the Sloe Wave could "tall. ..
., pros Sass a. tn*> uII. the Bill Cain- behind
vaa gem Bon ( the 30-polnt scoring of place. U
.. TIM nTMnl
C 5 5s."M 54455 ah5.
,oK*. M'M.S-'Y'" .' a P0555M.0 ... SMd.- t5s.rNo vill,'. flre-bail guard who'Bob Verga.AllStaler. I In Friday night's semifinal, .cross... CITY/ ss. .*, 1rb. HOvn
__ II 000" O..H NM7 T.ss- ta 14 last Santa downed Live Oak 504 w5Ner St-/ caw
_""" .. pumped potnU I Baylor ft nn, e, e0. ttu, ;,,0 MMr .
ii,. ONUI', tI,. MIwrr w'II..*..'-PPsesa.rw N. 0 w a night got lilt host Cases ...52. and p. K. Yonge beat Cay... 0115..r, .S.NS./, awry. h05.....a TMw'tt
N. AMU. an ",,_ a. Sr.N 0MMs moving mid-way! of the first Crou City, K-43. I.'.IL
,-- Mato,K 5.-55,...u..rJwrw NASHVILLE, TeM (AP) battled 5.5,5 OAK Tss55n4. 15154 Co
TIM,. PINS ..- ., Do (period. Santa ft and PXY .2Llll.Jl"y.5555 Sa.w5,
JIotIootOIt M.MwwwNrL.r M. r >.55, 511 71, 0.sr5s5w If CHS went Into a full court Florida Stat staged a arcofld- oo even terms the first two -.. 545 .MMU.w r1. .
LMI 5CrnSNUwa.. N C.5M...... Loss 3 00-0055 r 55. 0 press after Jumping out la half rally to whip Baylor 6244 periods and wound up la a 5505 54Sosolu -.....
.N5w "- ,
c....rTtrCtSv. pTLwA5irw -- Las_ '_ U. 51. aM .MwaN.w M front 16-1 and from there on for the consolation crewa In the IV deadlock at halftone 11..11. It.. II.It
vet u. N P0.0.OMt..w rAMN.
r. Mew Ne.M.1 CArww '. $55. M-N. McN In It was just a matter of Vanderbilt Invitation Tournament PKY hen roared la a six- .. M. vouoeMwt.II, Hit
0a.s Y. M M. ,.. wInvu keeping the scoring correct I. point had at tile Hart of the raw ...._ a-b wsw 0-. a4
.- K 5555., .. rtaMa ... C_M cw.e I. 5awra.N nP'.05 Cmf.rtaM* LeadTwo Saturday sight final period when Strickland I.I-a., ?SO.r..,, a-u.b i.U, 54.5, 515g .

_susTNA N6 55..45 55. N big scoring: first hail : Th Seminoles who had sot and Co. went to w< ,.,.. ..,. Mew N CIwl4 1TN. the Rise I Mrsa, =-, S ,,,
a \ found CauesvlD Rebels eutacored 4t. 15-5 de'_ .
a5.wM..r.r periods comfortably basketball the IIV.M.
/'MM/ ......... r NNs. won a gam en 2113 la the last eight .... a.r. I... .10.
ee / ahead at halftime 41- Wave ,
v r..uwaMrq a w. Ca.w" I road line last year, euUcored *" l
.. 71..Serer ra N. M.--.Mr. NmNw it minute to sew It up. j.SW'- II., ....
.... 1.00.,55rt..IN. .. A0'0N5. 'I Wayne Rick trailed WebckIn Y the lean 43-21 b tilt final half) Rebel Center Sonny Tom*- MUMU_MMIOAft

wet ...... 5 Y. 75." S........ aTvww kina an with 14 *AAISS
led scorers
tallied .
OwN' .. w.r vwp- M .. 5S5 iSw..rr scoring as be for 16 The learns were tied Jf-31 at ja* *-. '.- .'
Mole earNtMNT. N Ctr L.N.S II Mr v.e raM point Cart Johraaa 6-t tarter 5 points and Strickland bad 11 T' 4H. daSMs at N, woo
... c-- Ie intermiuion :Mr. L.aew .l !II. Nw.Ny
... _55Sc.,0' .. 0 INN. S. M.a5 00'LT for CHS. hit for six points Bobby Dodd was the Big I .>. "H.-: **.' '511. .:: Mr*
(...w._. 511. M.-_,,0JI -It ab U". C55a4 awar. and forward John Wallis was Baylor undefeated at the man to the consolation game (IONS.-... MO..ny7q0 445 ....It'i. ,.
*. N 55.0.0a.Ma good for fm points to round dart tt tilt tourney, could: lilt .as lie sparked Cross City with 5"55.4 : .::''IIeo: 1
ewer"U...Cl....n.rv0M. IM/r4 c- / 0. a 55. Mawr a.v a.N.S. 0.0.55 out the scoring for re. dRaper' let Ka fast break attack lot* 24 ,.... Live 0.11' Richard. ::... Maas 5atr._, .... .1.11, M51i.,
.. TowMend look lime honors :- 54I -.or..I.. awn.
/ .
TO wr.hNafi..s.r55N5 starting witt.la operation.Tb .... '- IaIL.I.e.w. .
ft. 55s
,___ c- A,_ N crew M a prefimmary contest the with 2S. I'. ... 55 MMrN
f. o._. VMMS5.SISTV+ c.- cap CBS jointer.vsn, beat Trenton Seminole. wing I ban- P. JL Yng and Creel City :'- c.y5., II, 55,4. .. .Ii..0....
.-. .. ... 644 behind Larry Sher- control dices toot 7* shots played almost ATM miaute of I
"" + aady CirWnhOterk sabevep. Lao. 054 C"fo e__ .
.a-- -- maa'i 14 points.5a'ueaat. their game Friday :a M .5os. 5.... -- S 0 M SCO
50.ETw.S IM Cm and kit
a5ae.ewreY wr.N.YSw M 0.0 t5 IIq u City's so- 22. Baylor SMMgtd M either managed to swr*. '._s. 154. Mb ar
_N n.M..w-_ N 1s. 0... a saw ..... aVttalrd kin this .**lteaka ihota from tilt floor and scored teem l s4F.la 000. 5 +1. s
'. A.MM R ear T5..5 e.. -'c.- .IeU.. .. 1.. 1..4141. ..._.. 55w wrSJf. *.*. bet aaaMd totb us 23.I..dleg. Thtresfter Uw action picked '=,:51-400.ML t f .h 10.' Santa F* twwird Allrfeklaad
SO 00.CO.N.0 II .... 5ri.r..ar4.lr.rLw. % 144.pres.50.for. 044 esr. 556ts .... Unto AB (*to ......1 up' shooting 1.16ad.d __ 40W ,_ ..'.. __. T 0N drives to for bgtMl '
K N ... T.-- wow, tilt Florida State attack Sharp and rib 5MK. f44r L,5.55,1. a N. live Oak In FM
N + t.0s tr55w. 7.Ie5/h4-r..5. nl10 rlrw f.err ..*.. Stacks pled Jeff ,145. 5054 5..w Fla 10. .
.0-_.... N 01515 w.w MM fN-.4 145 w. Warm alas was atlfctidto were Jerry Shirley with ZS 1 iIIC the. Wave .at IU via :..-. .... sighs clash Santa F* I '
'- -_ ..y 5.-a. ,., Iii Cam, iiIt and Coy IdIuII weh Jt. Lead .tae a ft fc! II II A Mir ..1.r.1 .. .N iMWMcwst. Use fj
:Z- ) day
.+ SL M .... N -- Twee., : tie line ..... Ut .*nvItto ) .. wMN1..MA1.5
_- .55n.M--11 .......UII 0-P0. .. .=.:: OONsw).11, easy M af* tt. ag Say'" *M WIMtoa Mune dote. ear a M per cent eftorta '" '"' '15155.1 5.,4' 511: few Celt Ink ee. r

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02 Colnesville Sun Sunday, December 20. 1964

Argentine (" b 31 RETURN NEXT SEASON

Gator GridAttendance Boxer Wins j' Letters Awarded 42 Gator e I

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8th in RowNEW Varsity football letters have Russell (Midland, Pa.), Tom son (Albany, Ca.), Jack Card Barfleld, Doug Bird I ''
been awarded to 42 members of Shannon Miami), John Thompson (Coral Gables), B 111 Carr Bramlett, Marty Bray, ,
YORK AP the 1964 team, Florida athletic (Norfolk Va). (Pensacola), W a 11 y Col s o n Cutllffe, Bobby Down,
( ) Argenti
director Ray Craves announced Juniors Valdosta, Ca.) John Felbcr
( ,
na's Oscar Bonavena la only (16)) Larry Beckman Eldson, John Gibson, Don
Saturday. (Miami (Gainesville), George G andy
Bruce Bennett
eight fights deep into his profes- There are 11 seniors J( Jun (Valdosta Ca), Barry (Jacksonville Beach), Steve dano, Tommy Glenn, Tom
Sets RecordFlorida slonal boxing career and he's Ion and 13 sophomores. the Brow n (Ann Arb 0 r. Mich.) Heldt (Albany, Ga), Jimmy gerbuhler, Brian Jetter,
already being compared to largest batch of first year men Charles Casey (Atlanta Ga, Jordan (Tampa), Don Knapp Folley, Stan Lujack, Dan
Rocky Marciano and the to letter since Graves came to Larry Cliett (Bainbrldge, Ca.), (Pensacola), Graham McKeel ry, Wayne McCall, R I c h a 1
set a record or two last football season that may comparison la made by a man Florida In 1960. Larry Cagner (Daytona Beach), (Lakeland), John Preston (Columbus McCarl and David McIntosh. I
e have escaped notice. who knows. The 31 returning lettermen for Jack Harper (Lakeland), Randy Ca.), Steve S p u rrler Also! Bob Montgomery, t
The Gatori' home attendance for six games Including: the Charley Goldman, who IMS Is also the largest number Jackson (Lake City), Dick Kirk (Johnson City, Tcnn.). Morgan, Gene Peek, Bo 111
Georgia contest at Jacksonville, totaled 247,958, an averageof trained the undefeated former under Craves. (Fort Lauderdale), Lynn Pat- Manael'lletter. went to John
41,328. heavyweight champ, now trains Florida' 1964 football lettermen thews (Tampa), Alan Poe 'Tucker, Nick Dldlo, Clyde Killer \ CENTRAL HEATING ;
Although Percy Beard, UF assistant athletic director, didn'thave Bonavena. by class: (Tampa), Ron PurseD (Tavar and Javier Lescano Assistant
immediate comparison figures at band, be agreed "This? guy la a better boxer! Seniors ((11) Jim Bernhardt es), Hal Seymour (Starke), trainer letters went to John J. C. '
that It's probably an all-time high. than Rocky was at the same I (Miami), Larry Dupree (Mac- Gary Thomas (Fort Lauderdale Morris, Skip Griffin, John Cole
Add IB another "4,001 for games at LSU, Alabama, Mississippi stage of his career," Goldman clenny), Jimmy Hall (Pens ), Allen Trammel (Eufaula, and Danny Eggart.
State and Florida State and the total goes to said Friday night after Bona cola), Boby Lyle (Haines City), Ala), John Whatley (Tampa). Freshman football numerals
44i,95 for 10 also a high.water mark. vena had scored his Sydney MacLean
games eighth (Jacksonville Sophomores ((15) -Jerry have been awarded to 41 members r
Ohio State led the nation, as usual, with 583,740 for seven straight victory. "But Rocky ), Dennis Murphy (Cairo 1 Anderson (N. Miami), Marquis of the 1964 Florida Baby
home games. That figures to 83,391 a contest.In was a better puncher. Ca.), Jerry Newcomer (Miami), Baeszler (Atlanta, Ga), Don I Gator squad, Graves said.
the SEC, only LSU, which averaged 83,448 for six "But this kid I is only 22 and la BIO Rlchbourg (Pensacola), Ken Barrett (Vero Beach), Jim Ben- This list 1 n c 1 Iud e s Wayne
games and Alabama, 47,493 for seven, topped the Gators earning fast Rocky was 2S by r -- -
'Bama played several of Its games at Legion Field In Birmingham the time he had his eighth pro .
and drew close to 70,000 there. fight _
LSU was fourth nationally and Alabama 16th. The Caters of
Billy Stephen Hollywood,
Here 23rd overall..Miami averaged 38,208 for seven dates and
Calif. who
was the victim of a
1"SU' had 28,818 for five. sixth round technical knockout Auto Semite Center
The Gators had one "0'''" game for crowds. "Miami, played
at the hands of the husky, long
.lore with students gone for Thanksgiving vacation and a I
eVeary rainy day, managed 30,000. haired Bonavena Argentine, an,ardent agreed.Beatle One Slop' Shopping. For All Yow COt Nttdt
Other SEC school drew like this: AlDiKounl.low >ic. .
ran who wears hla hair aa longs
his heros, was a highly convincing I
'" I
victor over Stephan.
He knocked Billy down for a I
05a1501 YOU
two count In the third, drew elCnaar SHOI'.
blood from his nose m the same ?
I round, opened a cut under his
left eye In the fourth and finallywon '
it at 2:14: of the sixth after
rocking his opponent with a left
and right to the jaw.

Georgia, 38,600 for five; Tenessee, 38,151 for five; 'Auburn,
36,721 for seven; Kentucky 30,717 for five; Mississippi State, Braves Set
., 27,111 for six; Mississippi, 25,112 for five; Tulane, 23,226 for

"..' No Here 81 Games
Surprise '

: Gator football fans who may have lifted an eyebrow at MILWAUKEE (AP) An Iii
'I \ the newt that quarterback Steve Spurrier will take on the game schedule including a
j Job of kicking extra. point and. field goals should not be record 43 night contests: was
announced by the Milwaukee
"M Here's a story to Illustrate. Braves Saturday their final
The week of the LSU game,' when Spurrier had his bad season at County Stadium before -
1" ankle,. the UF sophomore was running on the field to keep the club's move to .,Atlanta
the Injured leg muscles loose.He ., In 1966. I
spotted a football on the ground, picked It up, turned In a major shift, the Brave'
around and took aim at the far away goal posts. announced that all night garnet
Spurrier drop-kicked the football and scuffed It, Jamminghis except those scheduled for Fri-
.... toe "Into the ground and giving his bad ankle another bard day' will start at 7 p.m. Friday
night games will continue toatart
lick.The football climbed, soared and winged 1U way through at I p.m.
the UPI .'II, probably 45 yards away. The schedule Includes: seven
Several rtwsmen, onlookers at the time, were shook by doubleheaders, with Philadelphia -
the fact the Gator signal-caller did more damage to his May 2, Los Angeles June (.1 b
tender ankle. They forgot completely that there was significance Cincinnati June 27, New York a 1
In the dropkick. July U and Sept. 6, San Francisco a v
Spurrier will kick In regulation fashion next all. With Aug. 1, and Houston Aug /
Allen( Trammell aa the holder the Gators will be In good I. 3728292'W
shape to take advantage of any foulups such as Georgia's The Braves will open their
i' Bobby Etter pulled against the UF, on the extra point home campaign April IS against
t' and field goal tries. They'll have two passers and two run- the Chicago Cubs. The Los Angeles
ers handling the play. ..awIt' M Dodgers will meet the
a good combination. Ask LSU about ItT* Bra ve. Sept 22. Then the
] Braves will pack their bags In ,
County Stadium for the last) I,
!1 More Rib Ticklers; time and head for Atlanta after I II 99

) 12-year stand In Milwaukee.
Those tidbits from "A Treasury of Sports Humor" an
too good\ to chuckle over alone. w'. TIRES
Try this one: p ,
In t the 1148 Gator Bowl game at Jacksonville, Maryland rTY 99
quarterback Vie Turya, a marvelous ball-handler, faked tog ? 7sox is
two backs before 'slamming be baD Into the stomach ef ,
Loll 5Gamblso, still the all time Gator Bowl record bolder 699 seats 6003t l99,40als
/1'- for "teal yards gained. Gambia, ran for:U yards. _Whet 630x 13Ttoals
he got back to the huddle, the annoyed Tnrjn snapped,. 9
"Yo* big '1. You get ZI yards whet you cedd- bay- bad 99 5J.99 f0R
a touchdown. L SR ADD wHITE
Gamblno said "It,wasn't,my fault,.! didn't even know, YJ, HIt E WA ygLIS ADD
I I had the ball until hIS tackled* ._ $1.99
And there's the piece :aboui.Mlchlgan; Sar-eoah' Duffy

Daughter/ trying to get some life Into his Spartans for a
Notrj Dame game when the Irish were down. FREE! with each purchase
Dirffy told his grldders IhaC MJ Meet Terry )Ire...'would ONE lOW PRICE FOR
drag.iv the ghost of every Irita aero .fth.past;.;; '" nil fire aeeaeiae nil the rotation THESE
Hey laid to Clarence Peaks, his fullback; ,:Tm not'kidding. loll tat ,.,.IMI
Are you going to let George Glpp tackle 18 MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE 11997105
you today? ........ .. ....... .... '
Peaks pointed to an opening In the grandstands and"said ... ....-. Alen "a, Nt A. arlc.i ,hit IedefwI ... .,d e.y old
"Coach'","If Glpp shows- upIn this stadium today,,_',hat wi FOR WHITEWAllS
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As Houston Coach I I I BATTERIES

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HOUSTON Baugh Tex.quit APSamIny u head. University and Redskin pawing I FlU 15 MONTH,.GUARANTEE ? 1 a }
quit after signing t newoneytar CHIVIOIITS-NYMOUTHS
football- coach of the Houston :
Oiler Jo contract 'wfr two .n.. ,...., .,s, 5,. a., ,,,
*; spend more time OPEN SAT. TILL ..
on months ago 'ww. .n. w w.s r ..,.....,
his west Tens ranch because
CHRISTMASA a.nm?roc ono. w.a.vu
"I'm iappler there." Han of Fame quarterback ._ as aa.w wMr r.rrn ,
compiled a SolO record, Csnphe.line.0 WottamWew
Baufeh's successor will be the worst showing since the club AralkM
fifth head coach in six seasons wsa founded, with the season Gc-ineiville Sr for the American Football finale I C*. r
against Denver Supply
to be whit Mtet.11.t10a M .
Leagu entry a turnover unmatched -played Sunday. 'I 5001 N.W. ilk Street ww/retl ...-
I In pro football. Ah-ooo-Gah
r 166
The Howloa Post said his
successor waa expected to be Mr. Businessman
Hugh ; (Bones) Taylor Oiler HORNS r ..t .. .., ., ..
+1 L t- ...t A.
backfield coach. The Poet also Do to..r.
said Lou Rymkus, former Oiler YOU : : ::

head Coach' would be rehired ..
an offensive line coach. I Need More Room? Volt
Taylor, 41.one of the National 6 8&
FootbCl League's aU-tlmt great Need Storage EXHAUST EXTENSION SKI Mm
receivers, said "I have not
add B*. l. exhaust
\\ uty system
discussed the coaching situation
I Need Your Warehousingand 'sac tw.a
with Qiler offlclala But he Indicated $10" ''un

the job. he would like to have, Distribution SimplifiedEarly 377

Taylor played for nine years next wwr.w t.,... r.n a+. sw w r
with me Washington Redskins: year we sre building new facilities ot the _Lit
corner of 39th N
Avenue and the Woldo Rood with rw
and during that time was the
Highway frontage
ond roll si flog.
favorifc target of Baugh's passes. -
He:also was assistant coach I Let w build to lease for Your need or NIp you with
under Waualt In MM with the' your warehouslno problem For complete details and
Information Open 12 Noon p.m. Mon., Tu i. 6- Wtd. 9 ..m-9 Tkun.
New ((oct Titans. I call FR 65224. ; p.m. FrL. Sot; 12 No "

Baugh M, bad Instiled that
running I his 1,3Iacre ranch; GainesvilleBONDED GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking
Interfered with I hit duties an l
bead coach. WAREHOUSE u. S. 441 North at 23rd Blvd. Phone
The 'former Texas Christian'

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Sunday, December 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 03Glum _.

ON LITTLE ALLSTATEwarren -55f.yf .. -

mSTARKE Warren Top

Corbin ,

All-Academic Team.

Honored AgainMIAMI "

Halfback Al Giffln of Galnesvllle Drama Club Interact Club, es; Beta Club; state poultry! -

High School and guard Mickey Agner fullback, 3.04 award president 4-H Club.

Jeff Warren of Starke head up average Lettermen' Club, LAKE BUTLER John Stephens
Cross full
City ida on a grid scholarship was State team.
back Corbin the Sun'i annual All AcademIc Butch Redding, 304 average. tackle, 3.0 average; ; Jim
Randy and Starki
the bulwark of a stingy Starke The tackles are Henry Lohseof
Jeff football team honoring area CROSS CITY Lewis Over- my Sayor, 3.0 average; Jimmy
guard Warren were selected defense. His llnebacking played St. Petersburg Admiral ell
1.A R who excel both on Uu street, quarterback 3.5 aver.age Thomas quarterback 3.2 aver.age .
.' ,
the Little
on AU State a big role In the Tornadoes' Farragut a 210 pounder who
and the clan 1 class D Beta Club Glenn Eran-
School playing field i ; president; Club ;
High football team announced 8-1-1 season. blocked five this K
punts season
.. room. Junior Rotarian Honor Student halfback. 30 average; and Phillip
today by the Miami and Pete Strumola of Miami I
Corbin In the first 3.S
Herald. Joining 225 Giffln who will go to Auburn McCullough, quarterback
Military, pounds.
team backfield were Randy CHIEFLANDTommy Andrews average.
on a grid scholarship has a 31- ,
P.K. Yonge guard Steve Twe- Jones of Wildwood who tco Lake Wales placed two men In the aceelerated guard team captain, Players named to All Ace

dell was named to the second ed' 17 touchdowns and played on the team, Terry Story who average course at CHS, Is a men:3.1 average class pre II dent, demit will receive special certificates '

team and North Marion half. linebacker; Danny Maltlen of teamed with Warren at t I soguards ber of National Honor Society, sophomore, Junior, senior class from the Sun.
back Sandlin to the and center Frank Cain.
Danny Hollywood Chaminade who averaged y vice president of his 1 homeroom
third eleven. Ten other area 8.$ yards carry; Lake Wales finished runnerupto
per wheel club
and Is In the
players also received honorable and Billy Rhodes of E usUs, Wildwood in the regional Wilson Selected
mention. standings and was defeated by Warren, who received a Unl Landry
and *
who gained 1,379 yards ,
Class AA Winter Haven. versify of Florida grant Is i I' I
Corbin gained an unbelievable played safety on defense. 3.48 student has been In Let
1,620 yards on the ground line Is of Defensive Standout ki'v Coaches for Senior Bowl
The first team one I Twedell was a rugged defensive a Club Beta Club student ::1
and scored 147 points as he led the biggest In the all star for P.K. government In terse t,

Cross City tas9 .. 0 1 record -team's history sporting three lopping performer the team In tackles Yonge, + Club- and captained the grid MOBILE Ala. (AP) TWA to direct the all-star squads In

and the Suwannee Conference men of 22S ,pounds or more. from his guard spot. San dlin team. National Football League January, 1961
championship.The coaches George Wilson of the : The announcement said NFL
Big End rushed for more than 1,200 The top choices barely wot
6 foot, 190 pounder also Smallest man up front Is 191- yards in leading North Marlon out over a flock of other sand Detroit Lions and Tom Landryof and AFL coaches will be Invitedon

iparkeled as a passer, blocker pound end Charles Hodges of a a 9 1 record. dates. Chief among them wen the Dallas Cowboys, will return alternating years henceforth.
and defender in his outstanding while Is end The teams were selected GUARD STANDOUT JEFF WARREN North Marion tackle Rogti as coaches for the 10th annual NFL coaches hand directed the

year. Jim Venice Yarbrough biggest of Arcadia, from nominations from coaches Excella on Grid yield and In Classroom Wood and Cross City quarterback Senior Bowl lame Jan.9. squads sine the start of the

and writers the Lewis OvtrstreeL Senior Bowl sponsors also announced game In 1950.
Led Defense who weighs 235 pounds over a sports over his
will be malting
Saturday that American I Landry
winners from
Warren a 196-pound senior( 6-foot-5 frame. Yarbrough also state. Here are Football League conches fourth appearance He directed"*"

headed for University of Flor was selected to the regular AllFriday's The second team: Georgia TrilllsJackets various P. YONGE schools: Lee Chotas, will be Invited for the first time the North team twice and -'
Ends Mike Frlzzcll. Eas t K. "
-- ---"- --- --
switched to the South last Janu-_
Bay, and David Ebel. FloridaAir 3,S average, member of Nation

I I Cage Scores I Academy t; tackles Lester II Honor Society vice president llrynntTo Nllmel. ary. His North Southerners team 28-21 defeatedWilson's In thelatter's '

Lucas, Wildwood, and S t e ve 79-66 of the group; Student Council. Ark. Unit first try in the Senior
Science Club.
Parker Klsslmmee guard Key Club
(mtnlit '.. A lwvlll.SlltmrtMcNMM 72 ; Bowl Wilson again will be handling
ales Lot school* U 5. T.... II 41 'Jack[ Kearney.' Hollywood n Chamlnade TRENTON Howell Lcncastor LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (API-)

-lout ft Holld.y Tcumoy L nw Tech M, twIMMltm P511I151 L OIIs1.*. N1w7w..14 ,. and Steve Twedcl AP Ceo close. fullback 31 average Cliff Paul (Bear) Bryant legendary the North team. ,
9. K. .,.... N Crow City 41 L. $5. ,., ATHENS Cs ( ) game was Wilson has been coach of the
torn ,. M. LKra 0.. n M."III N Coli. 7f. aou415 .pll.f A Gainesville P. X. Yonge cell IIla'l determined Bulldog used Underdog Georgia! Tech Mikell, center; 167 avenge Football coach, Tom Murphy and Lions Since 1SJT. Landry has

..u 45." PI"5t. ATM.1 SI. no MIOWSITKMNS "'....1110..... N ter Tony Camacho Milton I the deadly shooting of Jimmy; opened the game with a three- i I NORTH MARION Don Gordon Carpenter, Arkansas University directed the Cowboys sine they
Mwl11sn1. M. T5Y1. It North D..... to, II. Coll of 'Im* JI and backs Dorsey Motes i Pitts and an effective reboundIng quarter court press and used Smith, fullback, 3.911 average: athletic greats, and J L became a of the NFL In
,........ K WIIIMM itliorko Norm To.. '1. ... Hew.r Ptyn INU'O. Baldwin, Billy Perry, PalatkaJo Spanish Club, Future Farmer (Nick) Carter quarterback of part
'.. M, It. AuoutllnoIwinoll a ., low. tot, Woitmor N game to beat Georgia Tech this defensive tactic to slowdown 1980.
n....K Chl..ltncl.y.tO" Holjh 11MowWry 54vsn 0511n1. Toocnor 75, 54545.5 tj, II Illlnolt Tall 14 Bludwerth D u fun lak 71-7 Saturday night In a rag, the Bulldogs In the openIng Student Council vie* presl the fabulous 1114 Ouachita College They' will begin workouts of

$4. ,ort WM45, 41 W.Cnlcogo........." II 71. rtnnonol A a All Springs, Ronnie Mangle, Lak godly played basketball contest period However, the Yellow dent and treasurer; National football tram, have been their AU-Star quads Jan 4. Of
OHIO. III chairman elected! to the Arkansas Hall of
Cop Olronuou M*. SI 74, Tonn. Mr. City. I Georgia, which showed the elects Jackets abandoned this manu. Honor Society general the 54 players, 81 have been.
BJsrsSW'sw- tin Inncn 44 i The third team: ver after Intermission of Youth Week and Christian Fame.

Port Pure. Allee.", .1I. Jlwrt lT Ad,11I101.N ,Dot Colvllt Ttch 74Ollnt : Ends Junior Holman Turkey I., of a two-week layoff stared The Jackets hit about everything Youth Fellowship R o .er They will be Installed at the drafted by pro teams.

h ATWSTA ......., WotfiUigtM 41H.rr. of U. L..ui. K IMIon SI Creek, and David Smith I slowly the contest but gained progressed momentum and they threw up In the open Woed, 3.441 average Future annual banquet Jan. 21 in the '131I11131Vnrks

..1.:"..,.. DM" ** ti., Wtli him ..* Tlochori II Lincoln Chrlltlon 10 Palatka; tackles Harold Reid, as built its decisive Ing minutes of play and jumped Farmer Spanish Club scnloi Hotel Marlon ballroom here.
Norttiom D. M, .eN HUH MMonton up Out BrieflyTUSCALOOSA
SSJrttrsrA Unlv N. innWII It 71 Jasper, and Wolfgang Halblg, margin In the second half. to e quick 10-4 lead before the end sophomore plays National Bryant coach of Alabama, It
O.koll Woiloytn f*, Moyvlllo II NMinn Avon Park; guards Tim Ash Bulldogs came to life, Honor Society. a native of Fordyce Ark. Ala. (AP) *'

M. iok* lo* Duluth* IIy.l It Foroll, Monl.no III II II, CtIIC8nII.71Concortfl crost, Melbourne CC and Her Pitts who was deadly from However Georgia, whlclwasn't GAINESVILLE HIGH -Sieve Murphy was a football\ and The Alabama football team,

sssaiSsTS.__ 5555. '1..L.Mo.II. aTorkM It Colt. 71, firko Call i Jillmpwii berg Haddock Vernon; cente everywhere on the floor fin getting many shots in Enwall tackle 4 4 average In basketball star at Arkansas" and worked out briefly Saturday 0

$5.ID.IrH Wi.......... IIID. o. U Honshu" 44NorHlw.ll.rn Dan Foulk Orange Park; and! (shed the game with 28 polnts- the first half also was hot from accelerated course, pre s idcnl later coached. before taking off for the Christ"

.'..... ... anus 7Jo erl54dl I CMI.. low U awed Vll backs Jim Cain Miami Mil. many of them coming when the the field and hit 52 per cent ol Junior class; president National Carpenter was I star of Ark mil holidays.The 0

0:: :IS Avwmw4...5..55L.Y. n SNhN. Jot It',.dl.swine.. t7,Morkar Woboill Itit nWilli. ary, Danny Sandlln, N. r t Its attempts from the floor to Honor Society Student Coun- anws basketball In 1IHM3. He national champions will' ,.

Dodo. 51c14 CIIf $4 M55, ..41* Cwdrsl. Cal451c "" .., >*nn low 77, .,_ 7J let.. Marks Alberto Morrell, Clew hold a 33-29 halftime lead. cil. Brian Hipp, halfback: 34 was an AAU All-America six play New Year's night .In Mlami. -,.

14_n. ... .IN nWI Impgrlt llmo It. t... Wllllom _ll 44IOUTHWIIT ston. Ray Dlcharry, Tamps Lake Butler Georgia started the second average, Wheel Club I ; MI I k i times and coached AAU teams Ha, meeting once-beaten

II. C_4. Ol/KU t20 Twill- KII15 M I' T.... 77 Nobrnk 73 I Jesuit. I II half in blitzing fashion and Oyenarte halfback, 31: average Carter's Ouachita team of UI4 Texas In the Orange BowL

14111145$5.5 N. CIM1 r IICy'N Oklorwm* City, 71 Aollon' Chrlttl4r 4-. MONORAILS MINTIONIl Rolls PastMelrose opened the lead to 44-37 with ; Mike Gibson, halfback 31 beat both Arkansas and Mlsln- The Alabama will report at

55011 ..tllgIt. DunNI"44."'54." IS p45,54" McMurry H.dl.-lIm.-/ N, Arlington, Now II Monte II It. 5 4It I ..... -- Teems Oran Kid* I Is,i about It minutes to plsy, average, glee club; Mark Slipanovlch slppl and won all Its gsmca excrpt the Birmingham Airport ChrlaU

50. pelsb4/e M I4WOW U. louthwoot T..i* It T.HoMonoo Tarn Marsha umotllloi John 0151 l., 31 average; Larry for a IM) tie with Henderson afternoon for a flight to
$.wiwH 51 ..-.....'e Slahe/ ... COIL Ark 10. MtoarU. COIArk : .NinaN5TM. 010,5 W 11..1IoM Five R.D. Craddock led Tech scorIng -
01. .a nArkonoo Aim Hill, Mu14ryfan rOrubMi 1 Wolfe, 30 average; Chris Gwen, State Miami.

."IfCl. ......*, ... N.545rAw5 D I.1 t A........*. It AIM It,41.loumooltorll Arkonlo Toch Oklknoml 14 ",Clio ry, McCullon.Hondoll 1 Nlcholfc tlvo, 0,0|oclwooyi .1 with 22 points. 31 average; Jackie E e k dan,
505/405" 15H ,.. .. SuMr Lwot *ll wo< JiTockloi LAKE; BUTLERJimm 3.2 Chris
.. L.T. looburoi
: P ;ai"a loci q4 '""IN. Irlghom Voun.PAW in,WilT lont Clor U Tmmy Urn TOwn Mlmtlilxutll lit Ivkoi" Oomlonni '.! Thomas pumped In 29 petal Jim Duke High Johnson quarterback 30 average
55x1. Willi."" .,Ii. pnapi rlcO. CHun ,
IIp.m Otis M, ion XM it. n here Saturday night as lie lee assist
111 Y home -
._ 15. Vwk ; room;
.... I LM Srunntr rMalkoi Al' HallMUbourxo
C. It. Coil ;
L A. 104
.C..dl.- C.I. Itito M
..Irs S1. krw5 Cnk It H. Wulh.rn Ort 41 CCj Jhrmy" JtktloiiII ., Lake Butler to a runaway U On ..577 Series ant director Boys Club: Kenny "''''-
A ...n, III..IOW .. Cal n, UC. Dloonlilo M ... ''r aioiMi Jlmboo MOMM Avon basketball Mel '
54551. $5 AgglH all Kooor Ww*, Nortn M.r I 0 48 victory over Parker IS Kim Hi. "
'm f1. .,....... M44.t" whlttlor' tk 14 II..... .* Ion Oxft 13 o average;
,T""PI P1401. ,,', X AIIIIC"' ", ,> ''_ln* "emM" Mick Jim Duke topp ct'the! Moose '
Now Moil K Col' II of Hoywr rose. Ion, center, 3.3 average; Rid and \
W.llfc Pon iNlonmullor.
ISMw MKclonnyi -
,.potaldi... ,Olblll, n. n.Sn441.111I Fat Lwdu N5t. Ion ,.1775V.14p. Ulolt 71 It, ill., Coll. *i iIwln. Cor* Sewn"" 4 Boitto ....... Iono Terry Parrish ind Larry Cly Mixed League at Palm Lanes Davis) end, 31 average; Randy
"' a f
154 OIiItN II it Pocit 5,0.44.. LiimorM 7*. Lowll" tni clorkArli. Ouorvi in Kin, Clnrwolor CC: Itt supported Thomas' perform with a 577 series. He had 1M- Sarokin 34 average; B. r t

017 $4' UU 45 WtIf : it Coif. .4, arMnvlll Coll III. n C.rt: MoirtMB Soldwlnf .Pmltf, Hollokovlowi ,. nee with It and IS points, re- 201210. The 210 was high game Ayers. 3S average; Ken Braskigton. -
54415 ,.. Sill $Honklnt KlHlmnoornn A 'T"d n a n
: = Palk IOc.1t Cod 71Or I
\ : WIM.r Col. Iwllll 74 0 : Conyon
0,1.45 I 'Or4nd. Sw"N. N *. Tock Initllut I.. _... Fay otPugot ImlHl. SM loyl Jao Oogll.Mloml .. pectlvely. Bob Lyons added 12 along with another by PeteAubel. 3.4 average; Steve Tinwy -' ?

11II11 55 M44S ISo. IoMtml p5m151s 7S F 5 M r, ae,5/I/townC 17. Wlllomott Llnllol* Or.M U MllllM-yi I Pot Coin don, L.Kolrollo..." s.5...Coroomwii wry <- I Lake Butler Jumped off to i a Aubel had a 54$. 3.0 average; Jot Parker'

,ort -""'..Mor'lIoOtI C,... 1/1" Prow II t4, WHIIworm 17Corroll jot' tcomerouon 54544.55C1n4re Irontonll JMl Tomo- 1-7 lead at the end of the first Shirley Padusnak paced the I1 average; Dale Register 3ivcrage. .

ro--,. .. it Nortart d WI ti,. It ML AmbroM Mllllkm 41 N 0.vli TullU, Dunn.Ho' itonny period expanded It In 50-U at' ,women with a fall and Betty l I
.r.tNMt wrd It 9> ,coeI s "_l N Lokolon in Rucklor 4* ; Own, l>ololko' r-loy ( orIwr lalftime and coasted In the last Jo Foerst had a 484. STARKE Mike SlatrunkIM ,+ I
tf.w M Crouo t". Monkoto MWntmlMilor Turkry CrMitocki
Jep144 C..troI IS MI..I... L C.55.So.1o City $2541ml Uloll 101. U v.... C.,IH. _. Jimmy TMMot Las !.... wo periods. Team No. I rolled an 1810 average, Beta Club; a tI- .
11II11 fir Dowlo AlkllK. TvrMvl .11 I IIMntoomonfi I ..
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'04 Gainesville Sun Sunday. December 20 1964 _
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I.. ;' -This Was the Year That Was in Sports :" -. I

.\ Ui earnings to a record IW362......II,
I O ffrui fork fftmra the bizarre the New York Mets lose to the Giants In a International to run Clay and Liston to canceled it
"- NEW YORK This WM the year that was And it was a 23-lnnlng game that takes 7 hours and 23 mlnutes..Sandy the return match between to whisked to 1I Boston Hospital
humdinger. It was a year In sports when credulity had to Koufax spins another no-hit,no-run game. the last minute when Clay Berra, the unfrocked manager
have extraordinary elasticity because It was strained too of By JUNE Northern Dancer misses the Triple Crown when for a hernia operaUon..Yogl
his old boss, Casey Stengel on
ten. The Olympic games, more magnificent( than ever, deified Quadrangle makes off with the Belmont..Fred Hansen, leaves the Yankees to rejoin Army 'while unbeaten NotreXme ':.

'l- belief. So did the odorous ending of the heavyweight Rice post graduate student sets a world vaulting _,.Navy Is upset team of by the year, to upset by Southern
championship fight between those two reluctant dragons, record of 17 feet 1 lnch..Ken VenturI survives a Washington 6e surprise .
Casslus Clay and Sonny Listen The America's Cup races heat wave to win the United States Open golf champion- California in the final_ minute and hurdles a half. Notre Dame to get r
had too little suspense while the baseball pennant races and ArthurDaley shlp..Hansen vaults 17 feet 2 lnches.?.Jun Bunning of the DECEMBER Alabama past of
emblemetic the,
t'I the ensuing World Series had too much. Football spun into Phils pitches a perfect game against who elseT the No. 1 ranking but the to MacArthur still voted Bowl to the Fighting Irish....tha;
orbit topsy-turvy. It was a Wild and wonderful year that New York Meta. national supremacy,
York Giants, play off rivals a eea"
Bears and New ;
of Chicago
Tnerits a closer look. JULY Roy Emerson of Australia and Maria Bueno .
JANUARY The start Is sane as top-ranking Texas beats Brazil are the Wimbledon tennis vlctors..at the traditional son earlier have toppled into disastrous campaigns..tb.Baltimore establish them.-:
:lecond-sanked Navy In the Cotton Bowl . Things start measuring point, the Fourth of July the Baltimore Orioles Colts and the Cleveland Browns onlY
getting whacky though, when the American Football League and Philadelphia Pails lead their leagues and therefore will selves on the top In one league, San Diego being the
holds its 1963 play-off in 1964, San Diego trimming Boston, meet In the World Serles...what was that ala In?....prellmln- team to clinch In the other..aU In all, it was a wondrous',

t' 61-10 . Charlie Finley seeks to transfer the Kansas City ary Olympic track trials Indicate a powerful US. team for year. .. :_
Athletics to Louisville and Is turned down < Everything Tokyo....* homer by John Callison of the Phils In the ninth
[la ready at Innsbruck for the start of the winter Olympics geles makes Its 30 in a row by winning the National Collegiate sweeps the national league to all-star vlctory.Tony Lema
t (with one trifling exception. It hasn't snowed in weeks Athletic Association basketball championship from Duke wins the British Open and Bobby Nichols the professionalGolf Bowl Foes
: ....the clowns In the World Boxing Association threaten to Soviet Union In Sugar :
FEBRUARY The Soviet domination of the refrigerated Association crown.the U.S. routs the
'. j Olympics begins as Lidlya Skoblikova wins the first of her to vacate Clay's world heavyweight throne.they are laughed their dual meet ss Hansen vaults 17 feet 4 Inches. I
(four gold medals In speed skating, Russia taking 11 in an AUGUST The Chicago Bears whip the college All-Stars,
'....the United States emerges with Just one, a surprise first APRILNorthern Dancer triumphs In the Florida derby 2817.Dan Topping and Del Webb, protecting themselvesfrom Ranked in StatsNEW
Jby Terry McDermott In speed ikating..hot dog at West- ....Arnold Palmer wins the masters for the fourth Ume.-, the poorhouse, sell N per cent of the Yankees to the
minister if Ch. Courtenay fleetfoot of Pennyworth who takes the baseball season opens with Yankees and Dodgers favored Columbia Broadcasting System for $112 million amid outraged -

I best In show..Sonny Listen goes on a sit-down strike In hllI to repeat..Ken Johnson of Houston pitches a nohitterand screams from baseball fans..Yankee pennant hopes ORLEANS (AP) -, players will return Saturday.
corner at the start of the seventh round against Clay and loses, 1 to 0, on two errorj..the Stanley Cup goes to fade as the bombers lose five straight to the White Sox. Some of the perpetual pessim Syracuse, meanwhile, flies
Ignominiously surrenders his world heavyweight championship. the Toronto Leafs while' the Boston Celtics win their sixth, SEPTEMBER The Wimbledon winners, Emerson and ists hereabouts have been South Sunday to Pensacola,
I R straight dribble crown. Miss Buena, also triumph at Forest Hllls..Amerlca's cup moaning that the opponents for Fla., where It will train for the
< MARCH Northern Dancer triumphs In the Flamingo.... MAY- Northern Dancer triumphs In the Kentucky Derby yacht races begin and constellation the U.S. craft sweeps the 30th renewal of the Sugar next 10 days in warm weather.
J Tom O'Hara set an Indoor mile record of 3.56.4: and in fart ....the Preakness also to captured by Northern D.ncer..twl the series from Britain's Sovereign by huge margins..... Bowl football classic-Louisiana The Orangemen have been able
.. t off New Zealand the great Peter Snell greets this newt with drivers are killed at Indianapolis as A.J. Foyt drives to victory Phils lead Cards and reds by 6 1 2 games with 12 to play.... State and Syr.cuse-aren't highIn to get In only one outdoor practice
""a polite yawn..unbeaten University of California at Los An-' at a record 147.35 miles an hour..those disciples ofGBS" Yankee advantage Is a fragile one game-----Reds win nine the rankings but these at home because of snow
straight and advance into the National League lead as Phils
gloomy souls have overlooked and Ice
drop seven In a row..Cards win six in succession and tie
GIFFIN the statistical status of the two 2,510yards
GETS MENTIONRobinson's The Orange gained
reds for the top.-.with three days to go seven teams are
battling for two pennants..Yankees clinch their flag and the foes rushing against 10 opponents -
Cards do the same on the final day. Syracuse topped the nation in with sophomore halfback

OCTOBER The World Series begins, .also beginning rushing yardage during the regular -. Floyd Little and senior fullback
season while LSU wound up Jim Nance-considered the best
Leads matchless pageantry and splendor_half way around the
with the second best defense in
world one-two offensive punch to come
are, Olympic games In Tokyo..lt's a strange battle
for the top billing by two engrossing attractions the Cardinals the country. out of the East since the Army'sduo
win the series In seven sensational games...the United The statistics Indicate that the of Felix Blanchard ,and
States also proves to be the dominating nation In a sensational New Year's Day battle here Glenn Davis accounting for
:\ All-Southern in StateORLANDO Olympics outscoring the Soviet 36 gold medals to 30 might turn Into one of those Irresistible more than half that yardage.

....Johnny Keane, managerial hero of the Series, quits St. force vs. immovable After viewing films of Syracuse
; Louis and the Yankees fire Yogi Berra..then the Yanks hire object battles. games, McClendon said he
(CAP) Larry named as a member of the ern list. They Include Bob Czlp- tn excellent runner and pass Keane. Not so, opines Charlie Me- knew why Army Coach Paul
:Smith, versatile 195-pound half.t Florida All-Southern five which ulls, fullback, Miami Norland; receiver a good blocker and a NOVEMBER The Braves try to leave Milwaukee by Clendon, the boss of the sev- Dietzel, who was McClenden's
tack who scored 29 touchdowns had been limited to seniors only Bill Mangle, halfback Lake fine defensive player. He's a signing a 25-year contract to play In Atlanta but are balked I nth-ranked Bayou Bengals. predecessor at LSU, called Little -
ihls season for the Tampa Rob. In recent years. City/ Dave Barnhart, e e n ter, team man. His 29 touchdownsthis _by court orders....Kelao beats Gun Bow In the Laurel "I look for a high scoring the best back In America,
t, jar!son Knights, has been named Smith received strong compe.. Palm Beach High; Phil Abralra season raised his three game" McClendon said Saturday "He'. got tremendous speed
I the state's outstanding high tltlon for the outstanding player end, Ft. Lauderdale; Billy year Robinson total to 47. He's In an Interview. "I think and he can shift like lightning
( Ichool football, player of the title from Rentz, accordingto James, tackle, Penslcola;" Jeff the best all-around back I've Purdue we're going to have the most and find a hole if there.Is one,','
year by the Florida All-South Bernard Kahn, sports editorof Chapman halfback, Sarasota; seen." SqueezesBy exciting of any of the postseason said McClendon.
ern selection committee the Daytona Beach New Ernie Casares, halfback,Jam- The diminutive Rents won gasses" I "Our Job Is to make lure Little
; The 45th annual All .Southern Journal and chairman of the pa Plant; Bill Dorsey, tackle raves from many sportswriters, I McClendon hat had little to doesn't find those boles,'.'
squad, made up of five senior election! committee. Jacksonville Lee; and Bill Per including Nell Amdur of the Wake ForestLAFAYETTE say about his own team, said McClendon. :.t '
\ players from each of 12 southern Glffla Named ry halfback, Palatka. Miami Herald who said: "He's choosing. Instead, to talk about The LSU coach believes that
states, was released Saturday I Six Florida prep players were the finest player I I've seen all ,Syracuse. He worked the Tigers Syracuse quarterback WaHey
sports editor Bob Basslne placed on the honorable mention Smith was lauded by sportswriters yeir. The state cnampion snip Ind. (AP) noon. bard all last week and planned Mahle, who may be shifted to
tit the sponsoring Orlando Sen. list. They are Steve Gray, all over the state., Coral Cables team has never Dave Schellhase scored 39 The visiting Deacons, playing I weekend drills before letting the halfback for the Sugar Bowl

; tinel.J ITS, halfback, St. P e tr iburg "Larry Smith to the best back lost a game with Rentz at quarterback points for Purdue, 22 in the second their third game In 43 hours, quad gs home Monday for a also poses a dangerous threaton
J In addition to Smith who was Dixie Holllns; AlOlffln I 323, I've seen in the last four and they own a 21. half and the Boilermakersedged trailed by one point at ..-.3 and I short Christmas break. The the ground.
j' designated as the No. 1 player,I halfback Gainesville 'High 1 ; years," said Jack Slayton of game win streak. He's a lean Wake Forest's basketball had possession but lost the ball
ether Floridians named on the George Dean, 200, end, Tampa the Lakeland Ledger. six foot one who does every- team 88-83 Saturday after- on a drive with nine seconds to
All-Southern are Larry Rentz, Robinson; Bain Cults n, 199, thing. He's been called 'A car go. Schellhase hit two free
'If Smith Isn't.n Ap Southern
143, Coral Cables quarterback; fullback, Tallahassee Leon; bon of Choo h throws
copy C 00 Jus- with two seconds left to I
then FSU's Fred Biletnl-
Bobby Hess, 1(5, Pensacola Est Glenn Ellison 110, halfback, tice."' Jackie Clemons give Purdue Its three-point win- '
''Gambia halfback; Ted Wand-: Jacksonville Paxon; and Hit-. koff Isn't an All-America/- Tom Crimes of the Pompano slag margin I'
ricks 200 Hialeah end and old Clifford 250 tackle Orlando mented John Maddrey of the
; ; Tallahassee Democrat.Bill Beach Sun Sentinel praised Has 530: 'Series Schellbse tallied 17 of 26 shots
'Jim Brown, Its Jacksonville Colonial.
Rentz as "a terrific clutch I from the field and five of 10 free I
i Blbault fullback. State chairman Kahn said a Kirby of the Tampa Tribune player." In throws Bob Leonard led Wake
1 Last year Smith, then a JUriI number of standout players"Just said1 "The IncomparableSmith The 6-foot-t Hendricks of Hla PintopplersJackie I Forest with 24 points
on seven
I / for, broke a precedent by being ml sedlt the All South- played both ways. He Is leah also earned lavish praise Clemons of NationalSewing of 17 field goal attempts and 10

from Amdur who s a I d: "He Machine Co. led the Pin- 'of 13 free throws. Bob Purkhlser
PAWLLI CAPPELLETTI .caught 21 passes this season butit topplers loop at Palm Lanes backed Schellhase with 23 pointson Ph.". 176-4654 2606 WALDO lOAfTo

was hIs blocking which was with a 530 aeries She rolled 177- 10 of 16 and three of three. I show our appreciation to the finest people

1'\ even greater. Hendricks caughtsix 202-131. Her 202 was best game. Purdue built a 38-28 lead In in Gainesville "Our BOWLERS !I' .
passes against Coral Gables ,
first half
but Wake
i VS. BILLS'' GILCHRIST and ( I v e against Miami high.He's Nita Thomas, had 470 Combined and Anna Insurance J. 'spurted and took a 44-43 edge at wish to share our rising success at this! joys,

a physical" giant who grabs Lee had 464.National 'halftone. The score was worked I, ous Christmas time. Starting Mon., Dec.

Q everything. to 59-59, and then Purdue moved 21st, thru Dec., 31st, 3 games for $1.00 ,
i Describing Hess of Escambla, Sewing Machine had I
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c ( BOSTON '(AP) '-' Boston's ular season. The home town patriots their term as the only unbeaten Jerome Earnest of the Pensa- a 2351 series and Hugh Edwards built a stay.66-61 Boilermakers and (or 50c per game) open play only.

blitzing Patriots bank on Babe must win. At stake Is the team In pro football. cola News-Journal said: "He'aa a 533 best game. Splits were outlasted the Deacons'advantage i From oil of at Palm Lanes
Parllll's passing and Glno Cap- role of host team In' the AFL Parllll hit with five touchdown powerful workhorse, one of made by Barbara Ward, Hugh Wake Forest, which rally.lost to .,
"''Uettl'. kicking to-counter' the championship game "with San passes and C.ppellettlacorsd 24 the all time best backs to come Edwards, -7-10; Gladys Mark- Maryland Friday, arrived by A Very Merry Christmas!!
power of Buffalo's Cookie Gil- Diego, Saturday, Dee: 26. points In that first meeting In I from our area." ham, Hugh Edwards 3-7j; Cor- plane only 70 minutes I'
chrlst In Sunday's game for the On the basis of an earlier 34- which Boston came from behind Fullback Brown of Rib a u I 11 rle Hayes, Combined Insurance. game time. The players' (We will ties at 6 P.M. Christmas Ice
Eastern: Division title of the 21 victory at Buffalo, the home to win with IS points In the last was hailed by Dan Murr, Flor- 8-7-10; and Marietta Holt Combined were taped while the befor'l i and reopen at 63 P.M. Christmas Night)
American Football League field edge and Coach Mike Hol> period. da Times Union Insurance 6-7-10. In the air ,I

Buffalo, leading by one-half vak'i hex over the Bills, Boston Jackie Kemp started that first tie said: "Brown J.cksonvllle'j Jeanne Leland's ----- -
? 520 on 179- "..,.,.,.,.,.,..,...,...----------- - --
I game with an lid record to Is a slight favorite game for Buffalo and left tionally fine player. 188-173 led the Ella Ceramics
Boston's 10-2-1, can clinch the The Patriots who beat Butf (- comfortable lead but Daryl .a better runner or tougher competitor loop. Norman Weseman had 505 Lucky fellow..he's 6
jIIvlslon crows br waning' orb'1nI Lamonica, his relief man, failedto In our areas." getting
1\ ; : .la ln a tie playoff game last I and Gwen Dulaney 496. Irene
1 this l1na1.ame of the reg- and then were routed hold off the Patriots;Saban Other members of the selection
year by Kim had a lot best game.
San Diego, have fired the Imagination ,, started Kemp in every game committee were Bob Patterns nan a 17Y4 series and I e
until last weele'at Denver when Balfe 1 West Palm Beach V
Frolri T .2ni : of Boston tans, who will Glazers a 124 high game. Split
turn out some 36,000 strong for went ail the way. La- Post-Times; Buddy Martin,
monica may gel the cap again Ocala Star Banner Dick Mar were made by Creasy Green
f :1 StepurdWin the here most In years.Important pro game although Saban has been playIng lowe, Orlando Star Al W h t 11- 5-7; Jan Rlsany, 6-7; and Polly

It Cory all week.Buffalo marsh, Orlando Sentinel; N I Is Pepln, 5-7.
: ; At Iromcood Came time Is 2 p.m., EST will be stronger thanIn Nlssen Gainesville Sun; Ronnie Avis Leilich's 519 was best
with ABC television coverage In the first game for Elbert [)u. Hughes, Tltusvllle Star Advocate in the Kim's Office Equipment COMFY-SLIPPERS

1 J. E. Frowlck and-Ray Ste- most areas _except the Boston benton, the fleet flanker who ; Roger Gilmore, De L a n d,circuit. Toby Rutledge had a 441
'pura captured first place Sat.urday area and the Pacific time tone missed that contest, Is ready to Sun News; Bill Ingle and Lynn Johnson and Jackie
', In a csulcutta blind draw The weather man advised go. So Is Glenn Bases, the split ville Journal: Jtrod Clemons both had 459s. Mrs.
tournament at Ironwood Golf long flannels and ear muffs at end who played only tile first ;Lauderdale News; Hal JcklO"'i Lelllch had a 217 best game.
;Club. Fenway Park but forecast no half against Boston and sat out ;man, Miami Beach S Hyphens rolled a 1733 series
snow or rain or a field that bas last 'wfek', game in Denver, Buchalter. St Petersburg and Stapoles had a 591 high
; Second! place went to the duo. been covered for three weeks by Bass and Edrutkowskl probablywill Times; and B 111 I C \\I I' tee,,game. Mary Kelly mad. the 5-
Jot Walt Kyle and Frank Carradine. tons of straw and several tar- share the job. Clearwater Sun. 10 split.GjnSFORTrMrl .
\ Frowlck also posted the paullns. Both coaches have beer I -- g
how; net score I I
pulling for good weather and no
i Dawsoa Ziegler recorded the strong winds.
Urst eagle at the new layout by I I I1I010vak.
named coach of the
Hamming a wedge shot Into the
Associated Press BLACK
hole for a deuce on the paM, year by an
; panel, succeeded Lou Saban at I
S30 yard llth hole
I Boston during the 1961 season 1 I
T Dave Philo Jr. who Is planting In six previous meetings with: isman i .
to travel on the pro tour Saban who took over as Buffalo
in the near future set a new coach In 19(2, Holovik holds 4-' i

bourse record with a three-un- 1-1 edge.It I ARE CHRISTMAS HITS :
jler par 69. The amateur record was Hokwak's team that
still stands at 76, shot by broke the Billa nine-game winning GOLf by MacGregor !
Stan 2'\IW. streak Nov. 15, ending T
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Sunday December Lt.). I IVO* bomesyille buss U;)

.'SU's' Gator Bowl Berth Boston College---Appears- ,I I

'arallels School's Rise 2"c Case Threat Under Corny .

NVILLE, (AP-Flo-,,to the Bluegrass Bowl against counted for aU but one of his -
tate' football I( By TED MEIER Washington State 88-77 ta the and Bo Rothchlld's layup put:
trip to theBowl Oklahoma State In 1959, to the team's points, the Seminole I
to play Oklahoma upcoming Gator Bowl clash. froze and lost U S.FSU's Associated Press Sports Writer. Sun Devil Classic at Tempe. : the Longhorns ahead for good;;

11 the Seminoles' first FSU's 1958 bowl team, rank only ICOn came In the Y.ly The Boston College Eagles Arts. : In other games Kansas State'

journey In six years but ed as the Seminoles' strongest last quarter on a a y If d YJ seem to be going places in LSU downed Denver U-82 and beat Washington 73-68 at Seattle -

the fourth time FStJ until this year's crew came pass from Quarterback Joe t or college basketball this season Evansville, the nation's top- Cornell downed Columbia

a postseason partici- along and ran up its I 1. 1 Majors to Bobby Conrad. with the coaching of Bob Cousy ranked small college team 79-73 at Ithaca, Maryland

Jiince the former women's record, Including victories over When FBI went to El: Pasoto John Austin's desperation made it four straight against drubbed Wake Forest 82-64 at

e first fielded a football three Southeastern Conference play Texas Western In the Jump shot from JS feet out as major opponents by defeating College Park Md., Rhode Is.

1ft 1947. teams. Sun Bowl on Jan. 1, 1955, Tom n. the final butter sounded gave George Washington 10540 In the I land routed Brown 99-78 at

I's bowl journey parallel The 1951 team, coached by Nugent's team had the honor 0 the Eagles a rousing 8MS victory Evansvllle, Ind., Invitational. j Kingston RI. and unbeaten

tmlnoleV rise In the sport Tom Nugent was 7 S as it of being the first Florida col- over Wisconsin In the opening UCLA, No. S, Kentucky No. I,' Utah made it five In a row by

i Cigar Bowl against Wof- headed Into Its'game against lege football team to play In round Friday night. UCLA and Vanderbilt, No. I, were the taking San Jose State IHS at

n 1949, to the Sun Bowl Oklahoma State that year. a bowl outside the state. beat Marquette 61-52 to qualifyfor only teams In The Associated Salt Lake City.

let Texas Western in 1954, High point of the. 1958 FSU The Seminoles carried an .. the final.AUIUI1'S Press Top Ten to play Friday., Like Boston College it was a
season was a 10 0 victoryover 3 record Into the game but\
'Tennessee the first time Texas Western packed 40 fantastic shot, which Nebraska Lmes memorable night for little Pied-

the Seminoles conquered a n points into 30 minutes of play he made while on a dead run, Texas, playing at home, mont College of Demorest, Ca.

gers Rip SEC eleven. and won 47 < 20. climaxed a rally that saw the nipped Nebraska 77.73 despite The Georgians ended 47-game

I But the first Bluegrass Bowl,' Jesse Whlttenton a J Junior Eagles come from 14 points Fred Hare's 33 points for the losing streak by defeating

dcflandFifth played In Louisville on Dec quarterback, passed and ran back. The t-foot-1 Junior from Cornhuskers. John Paul Fults's Charleston, S.C, College 14-81 at

13, 1958, wasn't for the Sem for five touchdowns and four Washington, D.C. finished with basket gave Texas a tie at 5949 Augusta, Ga. .
stoles to win. Between the IS extra points. Whlttenton Is now M points for a tournament -- 1

r degree temperature and Duane a safetyman for the Green Bay record.

Wood, Oklahoma State Packers. : Gail l Goodrich who led UCLA 'it FOR THEwen

halfback who personally a c-' Long winning bowl engagement with 21 points against Marquette '
As Tar Heels' Won
their record to M for Florida State was on made an even longer MEN
ran bas Jan. 2, 1950, when the third field goal than Austin. He hit on
y night an Chlefland Starkc Tops football team in the school's Bob Lewis (22) takes down a rebound for North a 45-footer as the first half nQys
U 1 success over
history went to Tampa's Cigar Carolina Friday night as Tar Heels nudged Mississippi \ buzzer sounded. ,

[was a close game for aler 'Jackets In Bowl and beat W 0 f ford State 81-80, in the VPI Invitational Tourney. Other Winners

but Trenton ripped to a College of Spartanburg, S.c., North Carolina faces Florida here !Monday night. I

halftime lead and then 19 S. I
d I away the last half. 54-48 WinSTARKE The toss was Wofford's first Alabama, Vanderbilt,

Infee in 24 games coached by Don Oklahoma State. Arizona State,
Trenton players were
e figures and center Hol- The BradfordCo. Veller, FSU spotted Wofford a i Murray State, Louisiana State
back totally Bowling Standings and Evansvllle! scored victoriesIn
T Browning I.d with 20 Tornadoes snapped a third- touchdown then came
added twice In the second quarter other Christmas holiday ex-
Jimmy Slaughter quarter deadlock and went on
hue Dennis Zeleznik led to down St. Augustine 54 48 and once in the fourth. NOUMW.IT 714-ILIS SALII. UNIVIKIITT CITY WOMIITSw travagansas.

oslnll Indians with 19..nton's Friday night in a Florida Star Wyatt (Red) Parish speedster JI: 10war. L101''re "" ". Inrl C.ol. JTluliurl w. 11 I. I Kentucky crushed West Virginia -
from Bonifay/ scored Jr J2 405r CmtnKIIM "II 102-71 and Illinois pulver
'notcbed'a J9- Conference basketball encount" .s4Isl 71'4 5C.1pN N LIIII. 5.5O.5u4 ink MN
girls twice on reverses from his It" hI'0U1ta rim PiwrM itlr It ized Dayton 104-M In the University
tory In the preliminaryst. er.The halfback position and ,...... N ,. m I T.._ Strvlc* MCM II
right ,
I Tornadoes led throughout 1.4" 501051111. If''' II Coco U n of Kentucky Invitationalat rl4..q1
fullback Buddy Strauss produced SrMll* !014\ 1S'oWol. Iu10.r50nr4 JIMMN7 II" Lexington. North Carolina
the first half but the visit- ..
lM V. MM C4io 1'l NM II ,
NTON smim 5.313WIIs..... Ing Yellowjackets tied at 37 the other FSU touchdown. Park Lww U" Ml N 0''...,', H.lrifyll.t :33.4' 5714 edited Mississippi State 14 M
irownln*. 1+10' *.,.... *, .!*rly AnwrlcM! >1 1II Monty *..,*." *., 504 5714 f
"""or. 1..-.IOThe..,..., 4 l-t. all going into the last period. *. W'' 19""l Gold. Cwit KnlMrnlMrKn 31 5. and Alabama walloped Virginia

.1.11 TOI.IM_ 3t-U-4.. ..u41IO Greg Reddish paced Star k e Bell VictorAt ImMrlH. Ml 11'\*t HVlimilM h'', Cm. OtlMi,Pliunc Hwt* *oom M N II 55 Tech 7WJ In the Virginia Tech 1-

fEl0I "'I..,. O25ll5. with 18 points while Hal Me. lunllnw |11 M 1114'. .1.... 54p4IO" U II Invitational at Blacksburg, Va 1 1
,. :
0rmny Ton* Mil* Ooui 0. Twirl 13 3' \
Lead added 14. Bergman and .. .. 0lrwwlll' 0.. n Vanderbilt toppled Baylor
I. I Will Jr 4 l>nr .k. li .Im- C* 51Iu1100 .. ..
... 1"" PinettaPINETTA 110".' 4, OullllrMm l' dlJ r.II
by If Twin MMuM X 97-71
Au- ranks
Wood had each for St. the unbeaten
14 from
11211' 3-aO O .J0/01o.4
II WIN II wwl" |r. 1, ...".. 1, II" .111I
"t 'I
.,. T 10 414-37 gustine. ..,Kir, |lt. C......, \''l. SunllMr ."-. **..H* and Oklahoma State nipped
-Bell rolled to a PirklHi IHj Prvlncl4l .. Swill.)* I. Phllpolfl .. Jn...Jgr>niM It Cad... 4
: The victory evened Starke'lrecord Maim 101114,41, OlnnyV' OMt/l Florida State 60-M In the Vanderbilt 1 aT'ph
Bow at 2 2. 65 II win over Pinetta behind .MOOIS MIXIOKIIIRSOPPICI Co..1 3117 Ii .=.I t..141.-Is 51 0114 Invitational Nnhvllla.\
idians 011 a 51 Nr. 1W 4
I The preliminary game wentto the 30 point shooting of T.... I M If 0>lll" Goo It 4.100.1 0111.1, Jo hulk.4srrs Murray took Texas Western I$-

Starke, also by aU. 24 Don Strickland.It t,. m5.l 54 10 It II U 110I.,,,,l,|Plmnt Pint' ,i. .1114505414..| V ,CulWr Ira*. 51 and Arizona State whipped
fo Bunnell 7..14 I f1 It i
margin. the seventh triumphfor
I was 7..n5 .. ,114 IUNDAV MIXIO/
,.,..,. the Bulldogs In 10 starts. ,..m4 II JIT. : lMilew L.
Stalk Hll RMMlin ..... I II" atlmvlll Mgw Jt. l.
3414 n
LROSE Bunnell pulled 5-4-11, H_", 1141 Wcltod 4 I Their next game is Jan. S, at T,4n 4 11\11\ 7114 IrvnmM 011. CM* lit* |4'" Red Devils
I I4i. P.MW H-l Jlllrwk 1-44. Co,... Mm Ifcctrl. "Q
III, the third period e n II 1114.IT. T.t.I"1. Trenton. ItU"M'NT 01"101 Millie II 537.m
to a 71-54 cage triumph I 141 ."AUOUITINC,''Int. |,"-?, -COre lraimn.t/. t-l-I)I PHI 4-., The Bulldogs Iced the game CoIc41.00, 50lOlyspk. 151.. 1.11 Turn I 1u7001 1700,1510 13 II 555Nkp4rk5 I'
Keystone Heights Friday ,S-MIl ""'..... 114. To'.'. 14 1441Star at the foul line, as they took ,' 55'4 5114 ; 4 5111111 5114 7014 Lose 60.57
by quart**! I II II C.0SM PI*. TIHtr 1111 $4 ,
.,.,. 14 II II 17-14 ....
advantage of the opportunities Ou..I< n It 'lor". 5Mn7 q 354 5414
t.e St. Aiwitim t n ii |i-4i 114111 It 0. PlumkMfsmw, 1111 5011!
visitors led by only a 1 offered by 15 Pinetta fouls to I'- 1 114 5111 II-III INVERNESS The Citrus

21 but overcome a Flnetta margin of, 544. 1. II I M_ 4. 501MM I. 1.- High Hurricanes made sa early .
t; at halftime, CIIM 5711 3. P4-iOu PlwrmKy 11 Corks. MM
Indians were In foul I Lincoln Tops one field goal. Bell committed ._ NVrI 1171/,Ie I, CMrl PI*. Til. I. T_ lead hold up Friday nightfor
host nine fouls. I DwHuton t. *, *.nt It e.kvl'...... a, 0,..,., MUM Kirkptrldi' PMrMfl a narrow 60 J7 cage win
ble and it took a heavy I. ttKSA .'.."... >, I. Clips X Prm SurMV I,
third period. Stanley Williams led the \biers It Olympics 5, over Wtlllston.
In the I 1110115'100100
Howard High with 16 while J. Sapp* B. IINtO5LI.a If &. The Invading Red Devils I
ieystone lost its top scorer Thomas, and Buchannan con- w L 1111/ S* 149W trailed 41 0 31 going Into the k

Cooper (21)), and Stefan OCALA Lincoln H II h '1 tributed 12 each to the Pinetta NMI 5,14....1110.. w*, McH. C.. 50 U t -.0.... If N llVk final period but battled back
last half. Jim .....,
In the 4.11 II
kas down IS rebounds Fighting Terriers ran their cause. Wayne Williams copped M40d .W4. 54 35 N 1'Mort *.10d.r4114111N 114 1414itri to make a clone contest of It 4i

-4 hauled basketball record to t 1 Fri- honors for Bell with W Mil e. "M JI" Pwr 1.4.7, t MHolllo I In the final minutes
had""13 joints for _the day, night -with a 69 60 wfn 12 runnerup markers. !' .:.wc 5. .-. : .: IMM 4 ....! Poir It Mr*.,. Truby' English led the losers
I CmliiM In*. e*. 54 w I WMlknilt ll linatunr |, Mr
ns.syni over the Wild Bulls ef Howard. C.1pM .....,. .. It.If '*wl> with 24 points and Robert
Cowart'led Bunnell Wllllml .*m Trll.Ml 0 III liT'. ncvcis MI
Norman Anderson led with BILL TMfWHM.- 11-41 *otrt .M, W'IWI'-0011404'' IOI It 5A w tKlHw Head had It. Mike Fitzpatrick

21 points while- Wijn e 31 points while Clarence Mills 01r1k111. 13.101 SmllJ.. I.'.',. exMM. AlKIMi. r*| ..... It It If If DlMIWt. It II hit 23 for the winners.
Anderson 1 Ml Ipun I-I L 755111 *lllnf Plm ItI
and Buddy
end added 20. Charles Sessions col-: 1.11114Srw1M14.woi .. ...lln. INM* M I* I INVIMNIIS M. t II-
"JMNITTA: ft W""_ 41 "l I Iriiium I Co. Wlr | 5114151.' .. II I* + 51NpgrlcO.
had IS. 4
h ...... .. TIM MH III woo.. III I. PHipalrK M-41 0
lared 11 rebounds and had 10 WHi '1' S "mt Alloy Own 17 IF 1I kWf:
uMel1 took the girls game "MM. ..ltl luel."... ....II. Cm. M S-M C*. I, Hll l| H..... et ,lit ,... || M III enftm.. r* t. : Of
points. 0.41 ....11.. ..M| .0411...., *4-l.. .10:11 s AIM .M. Iwr h C 4m u. I.11N 1 :7453111. Tll 1031$. .. i
count. ...,. booty In I, AlKhv fat WILLIITOM OrllllrH | I. 1| H 4.
28-27 Ii
a Howard I 701114 % rv 51111. 51,50 4 501' 501141 II 041100 ...,
Losing was paced by >H4 HMMM Sntilir It.
5.00. W SY4r/1ri M"ty CtrMT Pilot X 01v504vllls |wi I. Out,... 0 Tilt 571 Ii 511155 51111.5 I.AI0 NvKrr .
UNN/LL TmmMf* I -"'' 41100.PIll Gadaden with 18 points. 5010110 11 11 I? 15-44 Most OWL I """ 5. 4-Ml 4. TMO"$. S4. I*. W.l-4-ll Low I t I

1IK&I ,O 110711. tucOMI The Lincoln girls won 55-29 1 L "IOAY II'OM' 0ni .. rlrl i
Geld C4 l I 1105505WI /M. I IIII t44WIIIIIIM
5.14. MN 1.411. 0051. t4 In the preliminary as Minnie ....- .....s00r11l W1115 11'4 IJ'14.. IoM. .... 174 11'4 M I 14 -., TOWNCRAFTPima

1111. 1.5V5t0N1 C.epr. 1351, aroO- Pearl Perry hit for 32 points. Mayo Victor CI.0411.....C.4 00040 C.? ..IM.p 40 314 M 5$14 curtly Trm r 4 5.*.. N't 44 II I I
$. 43.13 011011 I Cole MCmk II
4-0107011 1140, 51 0.1 J5nw4 0 5111. II 07 l mr IIBill "
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LINCOLN An4nan, 11 f 1/ Over JenningsMAYO M0r507 MNN .
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.uur117/ It II H 13-7 )'1-4i Otlln?> **. T..*,ll, H 51- 540. 000i 5.545 51 1TI"1 14 I

\I 11 II 50x1 4)NOWAKO. A'.... 05111 044I4OT.Mlli -The Hornets of :::01 01,.4-154.-'. C.nN11, 54 55 : I.Irly SM4 X CmM 0.55 LwnMr HIM Cl.li If DMinrf I 10.'. First :
1.11 M4i JlmM. 4 I I4tm Co. downed Jennings Wc41 0,41.
7. Lafayette I' 45 I x Knm |tr 1.141MlIvlLLI.
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W wannee Conference game II CM* AIMIM Otnv Mop 511 M55M11w N. I 511 FORT WHITE Newberry'i 3 for
LIncOn II If 10-11 ll aw55 Cm 4 P.*w *i f...*,t 0 CIKWIM N*. I >/ If
40000.0 I5 17 15340 Glenn Deas hit 25 points and c.*. PU otnc ttwwy. li MMM .,PlrW 11.45001111.. | MH .t Panthers notched a 541 bas
-", 4, Prk l_ (i Wllllm MmiMtMrort .. .
Anderson Rollie Slade 20. I':: : r M55N1 CI1ks I M...... int Nur.n* 57 ketball triumph over FortWhite
First Baptist The winners led throughout\ t .. ; 14401005114.. 1114.4110 Hn 15I155 i Friday night for !Its first In now! Stock-up on fine combed Plmo cotton

Mebane's as they boosted their record to I '"OU""AL1fI't "Iot 5rC.wNw ...... .... 77 n II 50 win of the season. underwear end SAVE! Choose 'form-fitting T-shirt" ,

JACKSONvILLE the Victor 13-0 4 3. Jennings 1s 1 I.I : l ....... It wNWN Tommy Farnsworth led t evictors shop holing! othletlc thins boxers 'n brief
=I4 57.10r > 4TMl
eeD Hornets slumped I Jim fees topped the loser c :14 1ti'h5ol .11 .41 with 17 points while fancy printed woven shorts In many colors on4
Frl- ''' .... ,
and third periods M Jt Pint MllMlt ot 11 11514- PfMX ,
59- In the final game of the season with 11 points and Homer 4111.0/150 S..4 54 50 0011111. 5 5 I' A4.4 CMI551M 111. I Terrel Bass added IS as New- PnHurry! t Toke horn more pay lens Clt

.y night and dropped to Douglas a In Adult Flag Football Bates had 12. 71 Ook.041....145 5.. 17'0 17'4 3114 340 "5',_541"51/4.44 5 715 N$50.1150.. I /I 1/-.JOy I, 5055 berry made Its record H en ,

I basketball game scored 134 victory I .. Ir401,1.5 57 051W 4414 C *v.. IWM ll Ml... the year.
first Baptist a :- MAYO Hi*. ..-., > L_. $ 511 :: ,
30 II *y. N* I X A# ot CMMlMIf I No.
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Mebane led by a hard fought contest. Perry I WyfM, 1-11 PunmMi 110'. 1.5 0041 n "
the first period but ONI. t.Mi M ...... Mamm Ill, '- Ir01M4p" II 37 realIze aren't
close of McGriff connected with Lonnie $ 4 UK HfrfKM I fit i INMsJNry' you Santa Says:
ot 1 only four points in the sec- Studstill to account for both *4t*.. 141 TtH. t>I It. 4 ...... tllvMri so wise today as you thought ,
quarter and nine more In'e touchdowns for First Baptist. ..,** '*y .- UI1M 13-41 .. Pep( *I*rmiM>IM PMt 4 l UMM'.fc ;::.CmM ton you were yesterday, you're :

third to fall 11 points be- McGriff ran over for the lone -...* IIII M U .... 144 0=1 '"s.'i; Ik1-. L I4..N." C-54., I wiser today. (MarsaalltowsTlm I

IOd. extra point lI10* III P4 111000o,1l.-'" __ .*-h>pabllrM) I FALL
Earl Francis -- -- '- -- ,
Nace Jenkins led theo\ en Final standings: Medical Stu- M

kith while Snopes had dents, M. First Baptist, 1-4,
17 points Fires Shutout _
Fire Department, M; Florida i I
|3 for the winners. FREE OF CHARGE I
Farm Bureau, M; W II 1 1 ams-
Mebane's girls notched a 47S Thomas, W; First Methodist, I CARACAS Venezuela (AP) CLEARANCESALE

i win in the preliminary as 5-4; Pen Chem Research M. Pittsburgh pitcher Earl Francis

nie Thomas got 21 points. Mystery Team 2-1; Variety threw a seven-hit shutout for I

OUOLA' ANO"KI" 5.44104.. Store 1-4, Gainesville Sun .-.. his second straight victory ssAguilas
313, 5uOn0 II-hi MII$4i1 I J. of the Dominican Re-
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defeated Caracas 24 Friday
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:;::341111.M1100 I Captain Jim 'Carroll, senior night In s fight-studded\
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3.041 0.114 F i
Ili J 5-117144-4 kMfc 141.WIM.1.. ,*.<.. a..4kN. "" is, Ga., and Tom COItei III I k. first baseman Kmfhrrelson

W 1N41.i II-tf senior tenter \Unbacker from exchanged punches Used -
N lilt
Deoet.4..M. 4111,100 11.- filler Ps., each made eight with umpire Armando

tackles for Notre Dame as the,lIltS ta the eight Inning RolIn-I

Irish beat Wisconsin ta their thrown out ef the game sndj I

Hornets Win football opener this faIL ')fined $201 I Tractors and Implement

From TaylorPIERSON with '


I Hornets rolled to a It. 21

cage will ever Taylor Rigs SEASON'S FINAL RACES MAKE us AN OFFIX

Friday night leading aO the TODAY SUNDAY, DEC. 20 Mr. Merchant

way. (will ,.-. .it in March)
I Allison hit 14 |0Ms and DMCiOand Mere t. l teats en*! vertfclets
\ a down for the Hornets ALACHUA COUNTY ktwea sew .11I Ck/iOI..s then during else eaeke I "41"' TERMSWHOIESAIE JOHN DIIII tOlD

Wens kd the \losers with red el 14 *ee,. JOHN DIIII "SO"IHC
eight i 31fOtO -cr
n- M.t each I/.... coo s>. ei4e1., b e few sxWs PRICES C:>
Hawthorne Jumped so a SPEEDWAY fine Sir le.MM' every retfit efflketie. .....h I Dts,e CASIJOOD*
and palled
13 farther halftime ahead lead ta the lad two f MILES WIST OF 441 ON WIUIJTOM CUT-CFF ....... OW Iitk*)*}., !...

quarters.The Hawthorne girls took?lilt_ TIME 730 IAca 1f30 Notional Credit Exchange

preliminary canted.1A4to111 THAIS PM TIMI PM (COUICTlOHSt i jP2 CENTRAL TRACTOR

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OS Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 20, 1964

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I Military Needs New Canal! \ ,

By ELTON C. FAY operations during World War II
WASHINGTON (AP) The NICARAGUA and the Korean emergency removes -
vital military Importance of a all doubt regarding the
canal linking the Atlantic and future need and potential usefulness
Pacific will continue undiminIshed : for meeting the require
far Into the future, Amert. ments of the defense forces of
can strategists say. this nation in peace and war,"
This, It li pointed out, la In aN< tt the spokesman said.

addition to the even greater value /eneste ,, Another defense official com-
of the canal to the commerce C.n.le mented that he believed the prI-
4 of this nation and the world, as COSTA mary military reason for building .
t President John- e RICA a sea level canal was not the
I emphasized by
son In announcing the proposal l J! fact that bigger ships could use
such but that it
tea-level waterway
for building a new
I'r waterway across Panama or rArvAM would not have the high vulnerability
adjacent areas to replace the 50- of the present canal to y

year-old, lock-bound Panama sabotage
I Canal.A <, COl MdtALt An essential component of the
I Navy spokesman agreed loa Panama Canal Is Gatun Lake A
Saturday that It Is true 24 of the I Md.a I Pe.Hfs Oe.en which stands between the locksat a'1
Navy's attack carriers cannot the Atlantic and Pacific ends.
That lake, 82 feet above level
I get through the existing canal Possible Sites sea
J but added that "It can hardly be Is created by a simple earth
said that the true strategic Importance dam Impounding the waters of Officers Receive AwardsOfficer
I (1) Nicaraguan rout 140 miles long; (2)) redlg- several rivers I and small
of the canal Is less to- Richard Curry was the first to be cited by Gainesville Police Chief W. D. Joiner last week with a
ging; of present Panama canal to eliminate locks streams. The defense official I
has been in the enforcement course.
day than it 210-hour special law
certificate of for
accomplishment having completed a gix-week
and increase capacity; (3) new 59-mile Sasardt-Morl said It would take two years to
I past. Panama route; and (4) 95-mile Colombian route refill the lake to navigable levelIf Awaiting their certificates were (left to right). Inspector R. G. Zeigler, Capt. R. T.Angel Officers
\ I He noted that modern nuclear paralleling the Atrato River. the dam were destroyed. Charles W. Efeele Jr., William B. McCranle, Paul L. Green Terry R. Hedgewood, Deputy Jimmy Miller;
tl( submarines, the new missile I Officers Carl T. Wynne Charles C. Whiting Nelson L. Mathls Sr.. William J. Griff and Lt. C. A. Rob-
cruisers and frigates and antisubmarine I A sea-level route with ,wide [hours off the time for travelingthe In addition, the locks themselves erts.) Lt. Roberts, Capt. Angel and Inspector Zeigler were Instructors in the course. .
\ warfare vessels ,channel and no locks, would canal. stand as a target for sabotage _walrKKKaKKKKKRY1 ww*.'<<.WfOT..t'aKilanEKKaSaaKKBIG : | -
which Include rebuilt carriers :open the translsthmus route to "The demonstrated value of or missile fire from ene- r
can transit the canal. :all U. S. naval craft and cut the Panama Canal in military\ my submarines. / BIG

business brief i r JINETSOUND
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] REVIEW JOINS REALTORS They have five children y : : ,

Gene F, Tra. !
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cy has Joined f.. 9'III aoA.s1:5.
the Ernest 1 Electrolux Corporation, 2224
Ft Tew RealtyCompany NW Sib St, formerly a test office !,

Jobless Bullish Week Welcomed, associate. as an ment for, has rug recently maintenance remodeled equip

Claims At Originallyfrom and is now selling the equipment ,

\ Spurs Year-End HopesC Dayton a i rvtn. 5 TUBE RADIOwith
Low Level Beach, Tracysettled Bob Caddy, manager of the y ,
: in ) Gainesville firm, reports business + TONE CONTROL
Hera Unrk JItittrt Among the most 'salutary haps as much as 6 per cent- Gainesvilleafter has exceeded expectations v
five C Big, distinctively' styled cabinet,powarfu!4'speaker and
TALLAHASSEE Only By THOMAS E. MULLANEY mews' was the government's reports -in the nation's gross product his reTracy so far. The store Is open from full-nngt tone control bring you big, bold sound
new claims for unemployment Y. Times Financial Editor on record Industrial production -next year, but their estimates tirement from the service. 8 to S six days a week. '
I compensation were filed In Ala- N.NEW YORK The stock and solid gains In employment presuppose the absence of any Tracy and his wife Mary Electrolux first opened I Itsljj e Mar-rsistantpiasticsebieethassttractlva'wood finish gr.in"walnut
chua County during November assumed rosier during November; thesteellnduslry" I major problems, particularly live in Northeast Gainesville. test office here two years ago|v
market a glow
mark in many e Quality built chassis with 5 tubes Including restlflw end
lowest continued boomIng i
the -strikes in key Industries, andno
last week as tax selling far-richlng built-in antenna
months the Florida State Industrial business, the 3 cent gain, further storms the inter
per on
\ reported. and investors pumped in STOCK C Eaiy-tun* station tlctor' on-otl' volume control and
Commission in pre Christmas retail sales,, national monetary scene. I
I new buying power. While the FLASHESI eaparit tone controlRADIO
and the ,
sparkling production,
Some 142 weeks of continuing turnabout provided fresh en Negotiations: for a new wage MARKET
i in the for the bullish sales capital spending reports -
claims were paid couragement from the automotive In: contract In steel got under way
!! month, the commission said. contingent, the upturn was not dustry's big three. last Tuesday when union and I I YORK (AP-The) stock' general atmosphere remained y! USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
\ I.e I. enough to erase earlier Wall 'market last week halted a three fairly cautious. y
will be h i II her =
The figures company representalves met In
|Street losses. More bullish of that week decline and produced a!
l reports
: when the December report The fact that no selling pressure -nature next week might set off f; Pittsburgh. The union is seeking I II slight gain. Trading was not The DOT Jones industrial average I eara -hi,
of M IIRDr "
., In, due to layoffs Rand plant persons developedwhen I the market's belated year end I a package estimated at more particularly active, reflecting last week after sinking I'i I3] .o_
t at the Sperry key mar-1 rally. than 43 cents an hour In viewof no great enthusiasm.The I to an intra-day low of 853.77 atll
In Gainesville Nov. 20. No new[ket averages week its contention that the Indus. noon on Tuesday, closed the II II C
claims resulting from that lay. retreated below I Most forecasters are predictIng .- try Is enjoying "unparalleled" retreat from the record. week at 86873 making a net' ..ta 4m NlplJII!
offs would appear In Novem-, I m a further expansion per prosperity. highs set In the trading week
previous support gain of 4,39. The rise of nearly
ber's reports. levels in | niiineM .-. .'- ended Nov 20 continued duringthe IS points since the week's low .S J[fREE PARKING ON TOWER LOT
half those recent weeksf AP <> Rl f. I f, T j first two days this week,
However, well over i V 1< on Tuesday was a closer measure =
have rise to bottoming out at noon on Tues Th. Stor.The"',M.,. Tti.n Just A H. ...... St...
Sperry t gave of the of .
let by degree .
go recovery _aw.+ awwww.waasaaaweaw. wwwwwaaw>waua ,3ia.a.n.>
been placed In other Jobs I to the view irr y rll *e1.u?.:wJtt .. day. Thenceforth, the mar ...........-.......-...............' r'aK....................' .. .....' ........ *>'.VrfKKerlrPKrIKKreI
and never filed claims for Job- that the market was oversold EDO ket's direction was consistently i" '1, > 4i
less pay, according to Ralph 1 I and ripe for a rally. higher. "
Prescott, manager here of the I But with only eight trading ni The decline on Monday had i ENJOY MORE
Florida, State Employment: sessions remaining in 1964,
Service. there Is hardly time for more 100 taken the Dow Jones Industrial
than a modest rally. Friday's average decisively past the theoretical : COMFORT
Unemployment In the countty brisk advance fanned bullish l 111JJO "support Ie v e 1"
i dropped to 1.2 per cent in I andBEAUTY
however. .
reached Dec. 1. ,
also low mark forIIv.ral
I November months., a declines After ,two' the weeks Dow of Industrials moderate I Analysts said much of the i TOO !

November usually presents a I gained 4.39 points last week to Y.. ..s v.. II taxless selling and profit taking -
good seasonal employme t I 868.73, and the Times combined had apparently been taken i C MARTIN 95 .
picture. Index rose 4.89 points to 31* ties.wreart0aa N.r. 1a 'care of In the previous three GAS'34'
519.SI. 311 weeks of lower prices and that I
For several years, untm; It was a generally mixed 314 11n.e sr N .e v, to selective reinvestment demand;g "75,. Parttlal 'litlihW Una" .
ployment has been lowest In market, with 071 stocks showIng 313 seemed to be In progress. Expectations reg. 43.95 Nw '
December a n a I t : 421
November declines for the week and 313 In some quarters
May June periods, swingingto I 781 showing gains. There were 31> were that this might continue [ GAS CORP. '

a high peak In March-April I fairly strong spot throughoutthe 310 into the tradtbnal yearend rally I= .... 802 W. UNIV. AYE. I FR 2.8458 I

I and in August. list, notably gold mining .rwp and early In 1965, but the 'N.wwaaaaaafasawwwavwasaalwaaaawsawaswawwaaa: ......,,)::11,........ ........"...............
Jobless figures dropped to shares and auto Issues. I
11 per cent last May, June, The strength In the gold
cllmed to 1.7, In August and shares reflected continuing con-
September, and dropped again,cern over the state of Britain's
In October to 11 Statewide economic health and the possibility -
the Jobless rate In May-Jun. that eventually the priceof
gold might be revalued
was per
I The other bright spots In the e
Prescott said Alachua County market were encouraging
has the healthiest employ- ic statistics or favorable econ-I
ment picture of any major J orate development H 1 g
Florida county. earnings and Increased divIdends .I I

First payments were mad. have become common INTEREST
place.Last 00
on new claims for 12 personsIn week's economic n e wi 1
In 13
in October August, and 31 71 September in July., should palatable have for proved Investors particularly, but it I

The county's labor force Is failed to spur any great volume .
estimated at about 33,000 per-I' of trading. It probably did contribute
sons. This Includes persons whore to !the market' better T NOW PAID ON
In the labor market year-I' performance after midweek ?
round. however.


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and start stocking up;

!.rn T'' ff:"i ; Santa. give her a wardrobe

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fehtwilU SUM Sunday", December_ 1964. _
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TIllS IS 41 A&P Inspectors Know Good Meat

IOurT()wn, M And Make Sure Thai You Get It

t s w ;, In our new Jacksonville meat ware YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR

t I + ,1 house, incoming supplies of beef, YOUR MONEY REFUNDED

pork, lamb, poultry, etc., from the "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY comes
I By NORM LaCOE for children to be on the iIreeti ; ;w;, ( only from constant core That's
Sun Staff Writer after dark. n (. ', prime producing areas of the nation
\ ,, '' why A&P maintains its own spot
One the wanted to
There Is tome of every town move to reason Galnesvllls was to be y t?, or ecarefully inspected and less,. modern meat warehouse
in our town, and Mrs Jam about. able to enjoy, and give our ,, checked for quality by Atrft own Here, under the watchful eyes'ofA&P
White' and I were talking
children, the friendly, neighborly ;: I all the meat destined
"I experts
this last week. Especially, .we< things a town like this +.,y : inspectors. I In addition, a Federal I .
talked about caroling at Christmas for your family must pass to
because that la what shi can Christmas offer, like caroling at I 4 meat inspector 'is regularly! stationed be checked under constant quality

called to speak of. Mn. White has organized. rs ? ,A at the plant. Such quality control A&P can then guarantee
I don't know when began the. several girl scout group at ; the meat you buy guarantee
control A&P customers of
custom of going from neigh Metcalfe and Howard Bishop 'p n5. assures that we will refund your money if

bor's singing/ door Christmas to neighbor's wrote door 1 It, streets vchouli of to Highland go caroling.Court Manor The. ,,, '':- fine tender cuts at our traditionally for any reason you are not completely .

cannot be too old, b e e a u 11 and Carol Estates are very !L 'L : i' low prices. satisfied.TURKEYS.
Christmas was not celebral long for such young legs to .
ed In this country for m allY walk so the carolers will not I A&P WILL BE .r
atop-In front of every house. CLOSED .
years.Mrs. !1 _
I White recalls that when They will sing at each corner 4 CHRISTMASDAY
she was growing up In WashIngton and at the middle of each ''
I the and her frlendi I l. block. I r;,
used to load up a truck with Folks who live there, and '
hay, put a portable record 4
who paune and listen, will be .j'J
aboard, and climb on
player able to hear the children singing + J
e, Then all would go from one In the darkness.I I I : ..) ,, !" V Ther.11 .. pl.nty to ,1.." that. ...nticlpatin .ppitiroi. )
i I home to another, singing carols ; "'I .'r.p ,
hope ,residents in Carol I / ,i;;; ; < ,1\\f'r Fr "Suer.Ro.hl" Turk.yi ere cificlly rtd t* r.och
each xt": t ; .. plmty of
at atop i. a .JC. Sa! pl.oiingly plump .orti.ni thty' sot eano
Estates and Highland Court ,D; ,.. ,
oj whit t, light not end dark mat And wh.t ..tl
When I was growing up in Manor will leave their porch J All I* /juicy, lends end tally YIIII' .r.Right" Turkey'
Karma, the choir of the Con light burning, Monday n13ht.IJrmulo' '.1.,; / ? ,. rice juit see t. k. the pk.iing.it you ever ......! *i* *fIt
gregutlonallst/ Church which I I ? '' '.,' I '' I do..n't coit you a ,.nn.,. And to make. the eccaiion .11 l|
attended used to put a portable ; the mr f.tti<., A&P hnene.nl lew-prlc.d every turkytptcially "
Wife far hrlitm.it! Cam itl.ct ,.un sudsy
organ from the church on the
J truck, but no hay. 10 to 17 Lb. Avg. 18 Lbs. & Up39c
To Visit Son
: The wheezing truck would t

I, whine up and down the snowy, SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)
In front
dark streets stopping
-Actress Anna Kanhfl, 28,
of every house on every street 3 3
which had the porch light on,, former wife of Marlon Brando,
or a Christmas bulb burning In was granted permission Fridayto LB.whole. LB.
with Spclol! A&P Whole*or Strained' Cranb rry r, ___
the window. We dldnt stop at spend Christmas Day
houses with no light, became heir! son Christian Devi, (, Sauce 2 I iu con 39c
those folks weren't home, or A superiorcourt Judge warned "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK FULLY ( or half Ib..49*)
forgot, or didn't care. ), however, that she must Jan Parker Especially' prepared I Vt
We would slug acarol, or spend the time with the boy at I) Stuffing Bread Loaf 25c
two, stamping our feet to keep the home of her attorney. I '11
warm. Then the folks( who lived Brando was granted custody I {Jane Porker Herb Seasoned COOKED HAM'SHANK 39'
there would bring out hot of the child Dec 7 after Miss I
chocolate, er dishes of brown- Ksdhfl allegedly attempted Stuffing Mix3-. Pkg 25c
lei or ribbon Clndy-Then on nuldde A custody hearing latending.
truck would to the next '
j go .
I house, &o7ett7sg7rr'35c SWIfT'S. PREMIUM' BONELESS COOKED

t Surely, there are older folks
,! around here who can remember Dr Richard' I. Guenther
further back, when youngsters Chiropractic Physician Ann Page Poultry .LD
" hitched the team to the AnnouncesRELOCATION Seasoning i t.oz.Each 15c CANNED HAM 5 $369
hay rack, and followed the .CAN
the honesfrom
steaming breath of
Of HI. Office at Cooit-To-Coatt MuKOliI! Sherry or .
to one the glowing next, yellow window -I 537 N.E. First SteGainesville Port Wi n eSt h 99
tirade A Frozen 4to6lb.Avo. Sups Right Pure Pork Super Right AU Meat

i New My York wire, wto City crew never up went Inj OHU. H..nt ,.U Mi .. ............................... Baking Hens Lb. 39c Sausage 31 i Lb. Bag $1.00 Franks 1201. Pkg. 39cTVJII
caroling among her neighbor\ ,.IJ Thun4.y Pk. IT7 f ISttvrdiy 1F.Tl II:1 HI aBnuBI 1 Grad.i A Frozen 1 to 6 Ib Avg Allgood Brand Sliced Cop'n John Fresh Dry Pack

j lived at Christmas In a good Even section though of the sh I lv h.vl.ueAp.l.lm.nt Only Ipt'O&tTa PLAID 'ii!! Young Ducklings Lb. 45c Breakfast Bacon Lb. 45c Standard Oysters 12-oz 99c I B

city, It stlll was too danilerollll.r I" ; STAMPS M|l rglnnqdat Country Cured Super Right Leon Fresh Fresh Froi.n Headlssf t.,,
j. ..I .t
WIIA Thlt Cau.NAIIMnPopeWoun.r--0' M I!;, Hams Lb. 89c Pork Hams Lb. 59c Shrimp Lb. 89c I G1
( Cinnamon 4-oz, 43c ; atl

I SUPER DISCOUNTt 1 Coupofli .aoo JAM<;Txrouon.IIM-M Ulurdiy' j3j "SUPER-RIGHT" Short Shank Fully 14 to 18 lb. (whole or half lb. 491)rlsrM. ) 1 11

t Say Merry rly Christmas Bargain with Mart Gifts 19 S.I., Great lat Avt.array of : ; :::::=: == 1-LB. C

We only
make It. PEAS 29
Special Gift Buys come us prove i 1 us"ml
7. 11.u
t buy cloii-outi. what we sell Is something to brag CAN ,
,; about every purchase a real savings PLAID l

Duster luster Spaclal PAJAMASSHIRTS ._
Flannel l wlnl a

toys Wall made site ( Top De1Nrt Whip Topping 6-ox, can 49cJAX N!l 1-QT.

1 III"thru 1 69 lthr t .... 91 twem .roe OKMntor, Tnrwe..I.re.inn4 M. y, U**! Pineapple I Juke 14OZ. 33


Fabulous sample |twtlry Vi price and less 49c tl} -.rau.a.aa .
$1.49.t These are one of a kind samples still on the I IIIft .
cord pins necklaces, bracelets, etc.ledin tJbI I'WDUV

STAMPS .1 Speciol Jane Parker DeliciouiWM
Knit Hcad ScarfsGLOVES .._ ... ..
WI" role C. Iwc eM Of
\ 1 elf"p' 3to-Fleswer I Jane Porker Orer 213 Fruit G Nuts
( P k! Pie
$1.00 39- All SampUi *:f Price Starch ..o, ..can 62cC.vrnM i : ulnp In
Value .. ewe":terWeA Mn.neM _! F rUt t Ca tes: i1C a e

Girls CottonSUPS J Diaper Coats : -.... Oil I.Lb. e

All fU.. .,. S9< Sptci.lfeeHMeef 9 ,._............................... .. 3 Ring lb. $289 Ring $399 ", .. DUTCH APPLE : h.r.r. 39c e e
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Well 1M" .. ,'IBIKI> :. : : ni PIE .
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M.., 'dace.'InIN. ...t N he..a, . R Cloves AIWI Pag Cn 1 L:4-oz.SilO Size 25c .p: f

BOARDS e.yC....,../ c........ Ii c- era.Jet rwwe eerN Yw..n "fFresh 1 Fruits & J'egclnblcs! Special!! KIe.n" Dinner

Well holds IRONING built t 1000, top IDS.quol Rsg."'ty CAPS 69' l !: ;;!;; ; j Large Chrisp Pascal"l Napkins 2 PkI..Of5049

$5.98 for less than cost *****Md saw.hTIGHTS Special All FI..or. Marvel. tread

199 ; Celery I Each lOc 1 Ice Cream ,1
1j Pewe elf eS vet de,hors price ; = t IIGoLC... 49i

Metle Skin !! 25 STAMPS !Ii Fresh I Mo..I! Hoo.eo I"*** 9** ,
DRESS and PANTY fi i

SITS STRETCH LADIES iD olS I-:. &t. 49c !Ii J,4 Coffee 6-cz. 1.25 FlourS Lb Big 59c

Hmmtj AtMtMVfxlM. SI 09 Slacks if! -= .y 11 (ran b. 1 B.g 29c J D-az.Pkp: P'I' bury WnenMll s

ele.e ..., ez Its 59c BIscuits can l 10c

LadiesClutch J\onv calm" i'_: ._:. _: _._.:.lIaw".....-..:_Ia.__.=
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Wew S3.9i u. 1 .6et fors irts firhr
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79t I. Drink 13 4s.oz. 33e : Luscaru Golden "poI. t

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'want bike and airplan. Desiree Cainewith
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98' Danny My name
t 8-OZS. . .. I Desiree Lyn Peters year old. I would like to have 'f .. thlond
I la baby. I want a carriage too.I dHOI
98 Listerine Antiseptic 61 I[ want a bike too. I want a thrill
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14 Dear Santa Clause, Santa Claus too. I have two'
I am trying to be nice this sister and brother. office'grant I
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TABS 54 year and my sister to. I ana Love, !!
L" 98 years old and my sister is 5 I Judy Ann McClellan t a dirt,
I years old. We are looking forward ralnorll ; 631 to Christmas. We want a I *
98 Listerine Antiseptic, 12t/, OIS. nice ring and a nightgown, anda ,Dear Santa, I throe'
new coat. And a new dress. I want a gettar and a ring ve Acq
4 49''' And any thing else you have to and a toy maker and a dress menargut'
X20{ Batteries t
Flashlight FOR bring me.And and a pair of shoes and a pain i o
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you and your wife have a Merry dy house for Christmas. I hope! Cir,
I Christmas. you have a pretty gift for my MopDum
::1,9', Liggett Ice Cream 2 PINTS25s| I Please bring my sister the mom and daddy and my two .
sametbln? Merry Chris i tmas brothers gift and Cathern. I five
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Pica Innocent In I\30\ ROTC Students Receive Commission, Hear Taylor... Readies Income Rate I

The advent of the High
"Space professional juallflcatlons and.ifand I. trust. The effectiveness of complete confidence and trustof leadership in the Space Age serving the of the world .
America peace
Knife Killing dictates a he will occupy a place of strategic leadership depends in the long his men, there Is nothing he "The Space Age will demand while WASHINGTON (AP) Personal
need for capable and knowledgable significance" he asserted. run, not so much on the personality cannot do nothing U a commander qualified leaders in many areas "Our exploring survival space. income passed what Pres-
An elderly Gainesville Ne- leadership In the future, "The power of leadership does I traits possessed or the loses the confidence of of our national life," General the dependent on ident Johnson called "an historic -
gro pleaded Innocent to the MaJ. Gen Robert P. Taylor, not rest In the leader, it lies I techniques material, as it does his men, he cannot succeed." Taylor said. "It will demand concluded quality of our leaders" he milestone" in November
mid November knife slaying Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. in the people who are led" the, on what the follower thinks General Taylor praised edu- leadership capable of The when It reached a seasonally
of another Negro man In Ala- Air Force told 30 newly members
"Men of
cliua County Circuit Cou r t missioned Reserve Officer wholehearted will give loyalty and l| General Taylor quoted Viscount ing the "superior type of professional outer space. It will de- the Army ROTC, 17 from the lion.The
billion rise the
Training Corps students at the cooperation only Montgomery w h o once 13.3 put
Friday. training" mand
I University of Florida to the leader they necessary a leadership politicallyand Air Force ROTC and one from level over the 1501 billion mark
Saturday. can respect said "If a commander has the for the responsibilities of '
Howell 79 militarily capable of the
Lang pre- Navy
program for the first time.
Gainesville, who wag chargedwith I General Taylor said the I -- -- _..1 -- .
first degree murder when change from the "Air Age" to
arrested had been Indicted the "Space Age" has brought I
by the grand jury here for sec- with it a demand for quality SHOP 9 A.M. Tit 10 P.M. THRU WEDNESDAY-CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE AT 6 P.M.

ond degree murder. leadership In military, politicaland

Howell was charged after economicalalfalrs.
officers found the body of migrant "The day has passed when the
laborer David Burns on i born leader can meet the demands L !t>tt: 3roas wtTt4 Idoat l,, ;
a dirt road near Hague a rural Imposed upon him unless '.., wNrsvats twornt+a ceNrsa r
community about 12 miles those Innate qualities are tsoi NomN sum sreaT ,,
north of Gainesville Burns' buttressed by education train
throat had been cut. ing and experience," General

Acquaintances of the two I Taylor stated. "The leader of II III i
men told officers they bid I the future will be screened, processed
argued shortly before the t and tested in the laboratory
flaying. and hardened in the arena .tp r
for the peculiar tasks of the 7
In other cases: anenchanting
'Space Age'.
Circuit Court Judge John I
General Taylor who became
Murphree James B.
Gainesville famous In World War II when
Dumas Negro to I
survived the Bataan death
In he
five years state prison for
breaking and entering. Dumas I march and 42 months of Imprisonment ; rI
convicted of Into by the Japanese,
was breaking
the Ell Witt Cigar Co. here said leaders of the future must WORLD
Aug 21.Pleas. know where they are going, why ;
entered they are headed In that direct f1kY
: tion and how to get there.

Marsha A. Then Innocenton "The Space Age leader will Of
two of -
charges breakingand
have a keen sense of moral, f
entering; Marvin Link Innocent values he will have the highest 4
of breaking and enterIng I) ,, i. wry'
; Willie L. Anderson, Innocent -I Scientists are adapting computers '? ;ik HolidayJJRESSES
of forgery; George H. to Interpret the brain's
Hughes Innocent of breakingand electrical Impulses. When a
entering, wave pattern indicates a man
Robert L. Chestnut guilty in space may soon become too J1rN
of littering a forgery .and tired to do his Job, he may be : .
Richard L. Yelverton Jr., guil-'automatically alerted. By re- :
ty of forgery and uttering a mote control his colleagues on
forgery. earth may be warned to take Feminine holiday strategy. Just .., :
action to ensure his safety. I )
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Last t Thursday evening a, Reeves. The Junior Band :
Christmas concert was given three numbers with solos
., by the Howard Bishop Junior Chris Wilmot and Bobby P
High School Band and Chorus, tert The School Chorus of I I I' '
directed by Mrs. Jane Hall. The Joe W. Johnson 1e
member band played accur Jane Powers and Susan
ately and with much spirit. It t accompaning sang several GIFTS
/', gave Christmas Greetings choruses. A vocal solo #
\ March, arranged by Walters, sung by Candy Powers ,
Berlin's "White Christmas," vocal trios by Deede
featuring the bells played by Dawn Shea, and Vana
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eQe eec Red Nosed Reindeer" by berlng 73, under Joe W. John.on's '
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"0 Coma 0 Come Immanuel" by Marvin Rodgers. The or HER
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1 well Clarinettist N"on ..
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Milton Bradley ando Willis Bodlne, organist ( ; FI onll.' Slocle 9' . . 47 CRO'oll
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The Chorus sang Hunkln' Presbyterian Church Choir L( G R1 Socks 61ggc Flannel$1' . . 7BeFlann. "
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bit III foldir Cholc' ol 9 solo... ." The whole work was ""The Twelve Days of Christmas" I ,
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All""'"1 pful fM narrated the story by the mountain by the Otis and 8th grade c
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scenes were well directed' by Smith Elementary school I Ii 99cPestles Clip

Mrs. Niblock. i the whole performance under I .... 4 for 51 CGlr'S HOUSe 647e5 .i
The music department of the direction of school musicdirector I Roy . 4RO
Westwood Junior, High School Mrs. Gene Wade. The I"I I ,I ;lippars .... 91c 97l 97
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t Dec. 10, with two numbers by the cast and the endless Variety ,'ouses 5" cks . . .$1.81"from see Sh EffS 87lt %
the orchestra directed by Mrs of entrances of the groups, Ve"eteen/ a . Tic S went Shirts .

I I a Orlon S y Sets . Flannel 97{

f I Bullet Taken From Lung, I Dolls and Tea Toys and Slacks B ,ai

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But Shot Himself in Leg

ALSO ATLANTA (AP) A JS-year- tally shooting himself when his +. r
5"Artocht' 29.95 old man who accidentally shot pistol fell out of his pocket. .
... Plus, T.I himself In the thigh has bad the Fowler at the club when the f i'4 6 Transistor
bullet removed- from his lung accident occurred, received immediate $6.88 f
The/ bullet washed throughthe treatment from his
bloodstream, passed doctor. An X' showed the Christrltas 8 Transistor i r
ray .22-
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through his heart and Into his caliber! bullet lodged In his thigh WRAP $8.66 InfanFlonne a z .,
ett 4r lung. and it was decided to leave it 3 Rolls ALL WITH Sets ,
Herbert Fowler, manager of a there where it was unlikely to BATTIRIES9volt f Kit from '
do harm. 28C = 97c
l any
private club at Rome Ca, underwent Batteries Receiving
Use Your Charge Fowler Blankets 44e
then went back to r r 23e
week at
", GIFT CERTIFICATES Emory surgery University last Hospitalhere work. Two weeks later he had oorduroy Growlers : 2 for 97e '" ,1

I .atLllfstsf..atlta.IrlatataiatatAatblMltx,. two weeks after acciden_ sharp chest, pains. He again it .
-- -.' .. ,-, consulted his doctor who r---' ... 6 for 87ld
X-rayed his chest. The doctor Trimnfed e
saw the same 22-caIiber! bullet, Milkgv \ 'loss -" Go I .
this time In Fowler's lung. 2.1.'" ;

FINE GIFTS be His named surgeon, said who"tke bullet declined must to punch' Bowl Ch PSET r l

have lodged near a large
vein in Fowler's thigh. It then SETS
obviously worked Itself Into the EVERGR EN 1
vein and traveled the vein route
WW1ijtLllht1Every with his blood all the way up I | : : : tt t' CHRIST TREE AS
through his heart and into the :
lung. f : :: 4"rI COMPLETE 397 A SS.9SM
"It's a very unusual case," Aw E
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the doctor added. "Even more E
unusual than the case last week PRDOF :
Item listed below we hove In stock et big In Portland Maine, In which a r --. wnvwMar nMtKetr iiGAINESVILLE
bullet traveled from a man's
discount prices. Shop her. before' you buy head Into his heart, where it 8 UNIVERSITY AVE. FLA

Appliances, small was removed. At least that bullet -
S Ash Treys l flowed" down, with the pull of

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Q Baby Sterling '
O Bar Equipment
D Billfolds '
O Binoculars
D Blankets Electric
D Brief Cases ,
C D Chests or silver and italnless ".
D Cigarette Lighters, electronic and butane
D Clocks, all kinds/
D Cookware UALLI1iTo
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O Kits, Travel
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Manicure Sets
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Punch Bowls
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D Spice Rocks
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1i0M CaNraA'1ROR1 A Suwnnncc RivqrNEWS ;<<; !

t Sunday, December 20, 1964 Go,....... Sun IK .

( Day t ,'." ":; Become

jteat :.,,' ,\\'.,:. ', ',.\.'-n. ", Gift Site May

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theMoning-, :..P...4 v A t. Williston Golf Club

h.. / er 150-Acre Plot, Clubhouse .

,,1 While Sun shaving Stall Writer T huts d I Y Accepted by Local Committee

f morning, the tiny figure of
Irkky appeared on my I left .
shoulder. "Don't let me bother' By BOB MEEKER French said the project will trench said he talked I to test come In and select the 160

s you," he said, "but I've got Sun Staff Writer I ost in the neighborhood of 1 course operators In Inverts I sand acres best suited to golf course
troubles, and I've got to talk to $100,000. It will Include the nine. at Stark and that he was construction. The clubhouse will
." WILLISTON A gift of ISO told minimal maintenance cost be built on the crest of one of
someone, even V it's only yoi I. hole golf course, a swimming
"Like what?" I wisp, acres of land and a clubhouse pool, tennis courts and shuffle-! would run in the vicinity of the many knolls along St. t.

meanwhile whacking away; at has been tentatively acceptedby becomethe boards.. $1,000 per month for the golf Road 121. Plnns call for a lodge
local committee to
lather covered stubble a I Plans call for financing the course and the club facilities. type building with exposed
Golf I
Williston Highlands
I "You name It," Irrky 1 aaid, and Country Club. I operation through the Fanner's Sidney lIodor said the total beams and a large fireplace to
the atmosphere -
shaking his head, "and I've got Home AdminIstration A membership development area Is 1,200 acres. exemplify country
The gift was mada by Sidney hundred The building will be -
from Ceorgla Is He plans several country approximately
It. Two squirrels fee of about $100
+ and Howard Hodor, who plan a; homes In the undt'rIIOOOO'price 30 to (0 feet.
develc F dues
have started housing with
a planned along
homes In
community of country early
The committee plans an
ment in the big oak by the I back State of about $120 to pay off the range.
the area. The U on meet with Farmer's Home Administration
fence, and after collecting a big Road 121 five miles southwest 40-year note. Hoilor said they would be two- officials to set the
pile of acorns they skipped out, .- Willlston'i of the- The commltteeman said the and three-bedroom homes, centrally -
of Top ball rolling Percy Jones, of the
heated and sir COli d I1I0ned. I-
i and the bushy-tails who lot Williston Golf Course Hill. group must be able to how He said he feels the Chlefland office, Is the first Immediately
clipped want me to do lome- FHA It has the ability to pay
Committeeman Royal French will concerned with the
homes and the course
thing about it. the first year's payment and
Nimbly be dodged a hot facecloth Royal French (right) Inspects a plot plan of the proposed Williston Highlands said the site was selected l maintenance costs 'He said I compliment each other the project

and then continued: "And Golf and Country Club along with donors of the property Howard and from among three offered green fees from outsiders must I homes would provide active l Members of the Williston Golf
loaded this Sidney Hodor. The Hodors a father-and-son team, plan several hundred homesIn because of the desirable rolling- be considered but at the members close at hand and the Course Committee Include
court was present
police Sun Boh Meeker) hill nature of the property Its I would attract pro-I French. Rob Mlxson, Bill! White
week disorderly conduct, larceny the 1,200 acre area. ( photo by time they could not be projected 1 golf course
',size and location. pie to the homes. hurst, Walt Collins, Dr Jim I
much 1
determine how
not to mention to
Intoxication, 1 French said the land wouldbe told the committee Dalley, Ford Lincoln and Jim
stewed rabbit charled income could be expected from]
with a assault and battery." I Bradford HospitalAdmissions I deeded directly to the committee them. members to have their 'l'thlo''Hullt.Inlcrlachcii \
and would not have to = --
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greeted by i an - -.-......- ,. -.aII....
When that was be leaded, as would the previously

unsympathetic silence, he went Wade, Starke; Ernestine For- Dec. 17 Joseph Alson Bran. considered airport property

r on, "And Penelope Is threate' Dec. 10 Betty Anr sythe, Lake Butler 1 fly, Starke; Stephen Ray Simmons The topographical natureof
Ing a breach of promise luit, Chance, Melrose; Emily Lou Dec. 14 -Mary Ella Tho Hampton. the tract lends Itself naturally \

when I never promised to mar.I. venla Silcox, Carlos Rowe,, men Keystone Heights; Hazel Births to construction of a goII I f

ry her In front of witnesses, Shirley Ann Thornton, all of Mrytie Salter Him pton: Dec. It Mr. and Mrs. Roy course, whereas the a I r p o r I

that is." 1 Starke; Ernest Lavon Fay- Harold Edward Waters, Starke Thornton, Starke, a daughter property la flat and barren
His voice was lost during a' son, Alvin Jerome Fayson, Dec. IS Willie B. McKinney The 160-acrt Size of the tract
Dec. 13 Mr and Mrs. Winston
vigorous massage of what little') both of Lawtey; Debra J. Hart,, Willis (Sammy) Warren, Parrlsh would allow for any future ex
Wayne Brookera
hair is left on my noggin, but Lake Butler. Grace Sylvia Gamble, ClaraA. French said. Whet
during combing, he resumed, I Dec U Barbara Ann Ben. Dale, all of Starke; Min I a son Guy Wayne. i' pension membership, and outside golfers

"But the big trouble is .the nette,. Lonnie Coleman, Mame nie L. Johns, Hampton; Vera Dec. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Don crowd the nine-hole course, i

Christmas Parade Slingerlarthe ,' Evelyn Sinclair, Carlton T.(Diane NesSmtth, Lake Butler: aid Edward Forsythe, Laki could easily be expanded to II a
skunk, broke it up last night, McManus, all of Starke. Cedric R. Rosier, Lawtey Geneva, a son, Donald Russell holes.

and I don't know what to do" Dec. U Clark Howell Nas- Dec. K Virginia Louise Dec. K Mr and Mrs. RIchard The third tract offered was

At the suggestion of a Jal1 worthy, Starke; John H. Par- Rodermond, Earl Scott Hicks, B. Rodermond, Starkf,, about M acres tendered by

term, Irkky shrilled, "Are ;you< ker: Hampton; Juanlta Jean both of Starke; Alene Padgett a son, James Gregory Charles Webb on US-27. southeast

kidding! We can't put Stinky In 'arrlsh, Brooker. Mosley, Middleburg; Vila DischargedDec. of Williston. The two major
jail. We tried that when ,1 he Dec. 13 Harold K. Norman Denyse Slocum, Lawtey; Cam 10 Delia! Mar Gar drawbacks were IU size, which
but -" Lucille Wilson, both of ilia Louise Batten, Penn Y cia Lois Irene Eli
broke up the election. Drlggrs, limited it to a nine-hole course,
Irkky held his nose slgmfican Lawtey: Hattie Elizabeth: !Farms.- ------ --- zabeth Frances Nasworthy.Dec. and the location, which II In
ly"-it took a month before the U Rhoda Ann Wilkinson Marion County.

Jailer would go back." Mclntosh Y Youngsters Louise Saul Crlffls, In addition to the more de-
A caU from the kitchen Inte Elva Mae Scott, Marg Susanne ratable property being free and

.rupted, "Hurry up, and quit Fete Burton Hattie Elisabeth clear the offer by Hod 0 r to
..\4. your mumbling in there. Your' ttayridc, + Wade. I build the clubhouse further re-
is getting cold." Dec. 12 Effle Masters, lures the Initial cost of such a
McIntosh for the people In the
I. McINTOSH The sing young I
I Ann Chance Nan Mcr-
I held a finger at my llpaln Betty 'irojcct.
will a community Wednesday.
Baptist sponsor rltt. ,
W and whispered -
warning to Irkky, community hayrlde and carol I All the young people In the -- -
"What happened in the piradeT 1 community are Invited. And Dec 13 Barbara Ann Ben. Guest Speaker .w rGv la.re

'A What did Stinky do?" those under nine years of age mite, Ernest Liven Fayson,

. The mayor of Wee Town laid., Oak Park WMUThe should be accompanied by an Alvin Jerome Fayson, Patsy WILLISTON The Ref. W. Christinas DisplayThe
"He got mad because. woo < adult The truck for the hay Grlffls. ft, Robinson, of Lakeland will
n't let him get in it. I was ride will be furnished by Sen. Dec. 14 Maceo Tlson, be guest speaker at the First
standing on that stump out 1 In WMU of Oak Park Baptist L K. Edwards, Irlvlne, Mrs Kathryn U. Leaman, Sarah Baptist Church !In Willis\ h n nativity scene above, located next door to the Inlerlachen Volunteer I
the yard on the reviewing Itand Church held a Christ l 0 D. Huff Jr. Is chairman of ranees, Eunice and IOn Doug- Sunday morning.A Hre Department building, will provide a beautiful selling for a aeries
when it passed by, and it was !man party last week at the the refreshments committee. 1 las Stuart, Mack Coleman. carol sing will be held at of choral concerts which will start Monday night and run through Chrtttma F

the best one we've ever ha< home of Mrs. Margaret Cook The group will meet at the Dec. 15 Gladys Carter Gas- the Church Sunday night, followed Eve. The concert will be provided by the Kt. Monica's Children Choir of
The cricket and green frog band Seventeen ladies heard ashort Community House at I p.m. by an Inspirational menage I'alalka. Mrs. Marl. Melon, a local artist painted 1 the nativity acme, which

played as carols the head and with majorette Penelope -, gifts were program exchanged, after and which re- and will\ return after singing there for carols refreshments kins.Dec.. K Carlos Rowe. by Rev Henry I Powell.!:. U Illuminated! at night.' (Sun photo...bjr Ham hlrf:arvey)

they made a very pretty sigh reshments enjoyed. at various locations In McIntosh ,IiHMicuUlrr

"Then there were lots of .

i floats," Irkky continued, "In- Yule ServiceThe The church's annual Christmas Levy Forestry Experiment '!'o Speak At

_ eluding one bulb on Gus the program will preceed the
Gopher which was very Christ University Lutheran hayrlde at 7 p.m. Featured will! Grace Church

mas-y, If a trifle gaudy, with Church at 1828 W. Univ. Ave., be music, scriptures and gift j
blooms snitched from will hold a candlelight service exchanges. The Rev R. M
Guest next
speaker Sundayal
Miss AlIc,'. garden."Especially on Christmas Eve at U p.m. I Barber Is pastor of the church., Could Boost 'Sand Pine'never Grace Pretbyterlan Church r

fetching was the Iiu NW nth St, at H am

group of cottontail bunnies, wh I Faith SetThe I will bt Rev Ifenson Cain, k
hopped by in unison, each wit Baptist Program BRONSON Improved land been planted and culti+much pulp is slash or Innj s?; irate tasny and readilycrpt Ie' Presbyterian U.S. mlssJouar

garland of holly around his usage and a new source of vated.Hemingway. 'leaf plue, the forester said inUclpated -' the chemicals Mcessar, to Japan.
a neck. But all the while Stink; 1 Sunday school of the and pantomimed by the various supply for the forestry Industrymay said research Indicates .. I growth la the" tur,. to his operation lit said the A missionary at Koht, Ja
Faith Independent Baptist t classes. Special music sand 11111 I I major drawback Is the curl. orI
muttering about being kept result from experiments the tree would thrive rtntly unproductive I pan for three years and an
kept the parade, and it looked Church 71$ NW list Ave. will will be provided by the pastor being carried out by private on the relatively barren sand I areas would be one third I I twist In the grain, prevalentthe I In evangelist In that country's rural *
of ,
out its Christmas and his wife, Rev and Mrs. either of the othervarieties '' natural wild \IJ'fr, whit:
though he wouldn't do anything present program land owners under the dlree.I ridges of Levy and GlkhriM faster than area since I9S3, he is afaculty
as this evening at 7:30 pm. under Mack H. Richardson: adult I lends to shorten the fibers. I
until the 'possums cam tlon of Harrell Hemingway, Counties He said the original [ member! of the Kobe
the direction of Del m e r class teacher Donald Martin; I > Mlxrd with stand or l lea ,
I farm forester for Levy and Gil- stand of native pine was stripped Carl Brlce, Archer: firtpronl t Reformed Seminary,
along. out a squeal then' Northam, Sunday school super. Director D of Child Evangelism christ Counties. from the ridges years ago decking manufacturer, said tin,i leaf, the sand pine makes a.nI Ills wife, Is tile former Annie r
"Stinky! let know 10u IndendenlThe Fellowship of Alachua County, The Florida sand pine has, and nothing but scrub oak has !fiber structure of the sand pine I excellent bond, he said. If h I" Colin (lunn, daughter of Mr.
and well you settings, decorations and Mrs. Donna Bell; and Sam could get enough 7' u n ,
skunk does when long wild in the Ocala ever come bin k. makes It excellent for his t'ptof I I Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Guns o/
know what a costumes are being arranged Klngsbury. A short devotional, grown straight grained sand ,
Is not product plrt Galnesvlllt and have five
broke National Forest and In Ifni Although the tree expected i they
he up
he's displeased by Mr. and Mrs. North am, "What Christmas Should Meanto Brice Mid the fibers sepNew >. he would use It exclusively ''n children.
In Florida but has to produce quilt as l
that parade in a burry\ primary class teacher. Mrs.Leo You". will be presented by lot,:':spots / _..t.. his operation. The Gina are on furlough I'

I brushed Irkky off my thou Sanders and Mrs. Floyd the pastor. .. ....U"it, \ Hemingway said that until I from tht Japanese mission in
der. "It'i a sad '"Hf I Howard. I The church Is providing two, \t.1f" k ff ,i .. ". cultivated and controIM tan order ** Cam M study as a
agreed "but now if you'll ex The Gospel\ of Luke account baskets of food for a needy !" ; : I 1', Wf ditlons the grain of In* txperImental Jot<<:torsi candidate to theology/
cum me. I've got to go" of the birth of Christ will be I family. Also, a special tr eat .. "'....,.. ., tree should Itr"lhtenout ,I Baptist

He gave me a bard look, am narrated by the superintendent 'awaits each child.Southside :I .''1'Vi.'t)1;',..,;\ .,. i f heook4k 11 ntksty. They ..
Jokingly I said "Charge Stinky j < About M acres are beta' pert to return tt t Japan ID
with fragrancy." It was no pus I Recalls Pastor .jI planted on prlvatt/ property b : .

prise later when my c.r ";,.... Levy County. Tt l acreage If..
start < elude IhuM of Welter! k et Miami
wouldn't .
Jut week in a special bus' voted to recall Us former pastor I'ree bj'1cri:1u
W. J. Huffman, MiamiXprlnpi
Sill Get Bids ness meeting the Souths 1 dBaptist e,! Cent Keith, who recent]] I '. 4 ; : and William 0. Crll

301Hawthorne Church unanimous I resigned after live years service -: H breath, from Kentucky, Youth HeadyWpcr {
U. S.
On there. It was annooncK' as:" Dr, T .. Carp, of the I'nt

Link the congregation pledged tl' '. Iii, enmity of ",.,.' Is Dkwrtmjwhat : Seri ice
To Ordain !!i1J
follow his leadership "mincesdtion.lly" Hemingway calls IkiMeal
TALLAHASSEE Bids on In and to "adminislei fr experiment/ Cikhrlil i Tot Youths Choirs el I k tfirst ,
a major highway project i Local Vicar I' County Presbyterian Church wlfl
Alachua County and a aecon- dUciplta to certain memfceri. 'J 'r George Is planting M acres, resent a Vesper Service of

dary road Job to Dixie Counrj On Wednesday at 19.M ajn.ht .,, of the congreptioa hoal":1 la alternating rows of i a ad. Thrift/rut music at' .'d c:1I:
$ U.*.' $ III COD-' hindered the work- his after to be followed
were among Right Reverend HamQtoi and alaih pint.HmUngwiy I men,
tractors' bids received by the. West Bishop of the EplacopalDIorese : church I II said no Peso 11.by the lighting of the Christ
State Road Department During Keith's mW r y.: win be pntiuvt for sever si,nat tree In the courtyard Indca",1
of Florida, win ordab I '
., and to U win staging around tile Bght-
Soutluidt baa pined m on: years up year
the Sacred Order of PrInts,
The Alachua County project,to ; members, expanded M buildIng yx be required before true comparisons tel I tret.Mrt. .
eI W. A. Th.
Rev. Stringer.
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cans for the four Idle facilities and refurbisate'tht can be mf. Edmund U Chfptey fekt
Ore* ', WuHam LOycrop wQ 1MI I
UsSot between Island I existing fadlitks.Re t The forester said rye for,.. director/ of Hit Youth
and the north city Baits aHawthorne die preacher ? at-er ,tht at* tree hvkidt pulp and,twill compoetd of the Jhjn.yf .
a distance rf abort The serrke wO bt held It,. *. and Yet Ken love tew timber, at dv tile ether I Choir tht Carlos Choir
II miles.: .. M. wan Co. 4GataeniBt St MkaaeTs Episcopal Church, six children, and bt Is the e't types tf pint, and Ow high .nd the ChorMtra. and M r ..

was the apparent t 1. 1'1.", 43rd-SL. where tin: pastor adviser to. till Baptist ... !husky limb atroctort malmII wll oft T Calawsy .la organist
few bidder at 11.63.M Rev. Stringer la. vicar. Student Union and attlsichaplaas I ideal for knotty pint ptmfIng. tot the groups.Tht .
mute Construct Co. tl i f for KM Pal Oil Tree For Levy And Gilchrist Mt said UwU art b t togors offering will be the. Joy

Chetfland was the apparent low Air FatrelSondksJdt M the sand pint to check, Uft for the aged mWata r IInd

bidder ea the DUI Cwaty / ., blade u Ml the possibility eItnc II misaiunarlM of tile Churett
levell Honda ass beets snder flee ( Bpfat Is affinalt4 Tarot Fernler Ifarred Hewlagwajr cheeks cvlliar depth plaatrr
Jed which calls for )*I from I top! Spasd---. Pi'llsa,. wills lie Southern ftipta Danny MaaiMet, Ntwbcrry, l inserts sand pi Ia. Mtdliag* every ..... fret. Tat Mss and crate manufacture The young people win a lag
off rots to till shut tat
Bardwwd nmalh
and surfacing ilea tf
French Confab Asntr eonfrmiosi and Is located ai tree art bolas planted M private ,rp rtr ta Levy and CBcarbt Counties oejM -it
US. .It WMe's to Cross bid CUy.as nttifjveBUks. i6U11 ICIIL 'ill SW Second Terr. txptrlasraUl ....... (Sea aboU by Slob Meeker) bttof pored 1 into time suit. I OM singing bt the h court.



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.H. 4iYn.1......oi rrd ....-v,. ..........f rr. i _. eA School Purple Hurricanes toot
L .
!ball team. He will graduate In 'tj

., f j January and wilt be working 1

t,. \ ._ .. With The full time at the Boys' Club. .
j ., I Telescope Builders Club _
I Yon Members of the Telescopt
i. cr EP
"I } + I Club are currently grinding the
:' I' tense for their telescope and
? Chatter A's PJ Boys most of them will be completed

f .li l with the grinding before t b eholldaya.
w.: Instructor Dr. Robert

By BARBARA HOFFMAN Hoffmann will cover telescope
!assembly when the club resumes
Games Room Over 100 Turkey Shoot The annuaBoys' January 6. M. m b e r s
I'' boys from Boys' Clubs throughout Club Turkey Shoot will showing a lot of progress are
Florida will meet at the held Thursday December 24 Donald Williams Elmer
be Henry
P. K. Yonge students an i to the singing of the chorus.
I 4 Boys' Club of Galnesvlll I rifles targets Reginald Sapp, Bill Sneed, How:
now enjoying Christmas holl A cake with 194 actual can at 1:30: pjn. Air ,
i days, which will be In effecl t: lies was also noted. Monday December 21 at 1 In 10 and B-B'a will be furnished by dy Weems, Robert Yost, Ricky
Ii. + awards
a.m. to compete for Watts, Ted Covey, and
untU January 4. While student The PTA annual Christmas r .p of America the Boys' Club. Winners !in each Jeff
the 1964 Boys'Clubs Brewster.
: and teachers alike are gled to, program was held Thursday M t 1 Sectional Games Room age group will receive a dressed
school 1 A 't I chicken and the boy with
relax from evening beginning with traditional Tournament and Boys' Clubs
ll I
; duties many will be workingon carol singing around of America Sectional Billiards the highest individual cot e King, Johnson
;'e'1.' studies Just as hard as ifk' the outdoor tree which had Tournament. Events In dud i will receive a live turkey.

school were In session. been decorated by the Inter Q't tVtIit\ ( checkers, Chinese Christmas Hour Decem Discuss Rights

k':. A traditional turkey dinner"with act Club. : ers, bumper billiards and check-I her 2123, M and 7-9:30: ; December

fixings" was served I Elementary classrooms were tennis (singles and ) 24, M; December iS- WASHINGTON (AP) Dr.
1 Tuesday by Mrs. Atchley Y 28, CLOSED; December 29 30, Luther King
f ef on then opened and parents and Iifj Gator Boosters Members of Martin following a
and her lunchroom staff. Many children visited( [ with teachersand '" the Boys' Club Gator Boosters 1-5 and 7-9:30: ; December 31,, call on President Johnson at the
thanks to them. held Christmas parties. FuiBoys' will be guests of the Gainesville 1-5, January 1, CLOSED; Jan White House Friday, quoted the
", \ Junior class\ rings also came "The Second Shepherd ..1, .;:: \ ," '" Tlpoff Club at the Florida uary 2, Resume Regular Hours. chief executive as saying he is
in Tuesday, and looks of pleasure .... .\. ld ill vs North Carolina basketb all Physical The'Boys' Club ;is determined to eliminate discrimination -
and pride were evident Play", a 13th century miracle Monday December %1. proud to announce that ChrIs in voting.
t on campus. play, was the main event of Club Signing UpLynn Boys may register at the Boys Johnson has been named acting King, accompanied by hu
The basketball team traveled the evening; the play was presented Club by showing their Cato Physical Director. Chris has wife, visited( Johnson following
to Cross City that evening by the Drama Club in Walden, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs Cliff Walden la shown receiving the Booster shirt and 1064 member worked on a part time basis his return from Stockholm
and climaxed a good day the auditorium at 8:15: P. M. first( 1963 membership card from Boya Club Director Mike Kreshka as registration card. Supervision at the the past five years and has decided where he received the Nobel

by winning[ their game, 7151.A The program was repeated for for membership renewals let; under way. Membership dues are SI game will be provided by the to make a career in Boys' peace prize. The Negro Integration
unique celebration wag I the student body during last per year. Boys' Club. Club work. He has just com- leader said he had a "very
held on Wednesday to commemorate period on. Friday. pleted a successful season as fruitful and friendly discussion
the 194th birth UNDERTOD Jean Nag captain of the Gainesville High with the President."
day of Beethoven. The idea gle will spend Christmas 1 In
originated with the orchestra, Gainesville with Candy Cho- Indian I. Wa Would Like To Wish A j jI

who were assisted by the band tas. .Rob Hansen singing'All i i
and chorus. Other Students had I want for Christmas is MERRY CHRISTMAS-

been kept In suspense as to my two front teeth", .we all .. Smoke I 1,1Bishop i\ HAPPY NEW YEAR i
what the "big day" would be. know now how Debbie Bow
When it arrived, the observance era' Christmas money is being { To Our Many Friends and Customers 2I

was highlighted by the spent-paying traffic finest! Signals Bulletin DERDA MUSIC CO.
I Instruments playing "Happy I We wish everyone a health
Birthday" in accompaniment 'ul and contented Christmas. '1 J SCHOOL MUSICIANS SALES & SERVICE i
By SUSAN GREEN I 20-22 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-6715

f By MARY TIJNSTALL and SUSAN HAZEX I \ Gainesville, Florida

By the time you will be read this !Is published the bake sal! t Stan B. Derda! Let E, Dtrda 2

f BUCHHOLZBUZZES log this article, C. H. S. wit' will be over. The seniors are The Blue Devils lost their 1 ],###.#"##.###..######""###"""""""""""""],##.
t be out for the holidays. Anc all kind of odd Tls the season to tie Jolly
I :doing Jobs try. first basketball to Buch-
what a week the past one hat .Christmas time >Is here and game
been. Tuesday night the bas ing to make money to go on holz by a score of 28-18. A
ketbaU teams from Bronson their senior trip in May. They with it has come the Christmas game scheduled last Wednesday ,

f came over to play our teams. want to go to New York but spirit( Around the Bishop with P. K. Yonge, was

Friday, our teams traveled to they will have to do a lot 01 campus festive decorUons defeated 17-14. Friday the 8:30: A.M. TO 8 P.M.

: By KAY NOCKS Trenton to play the undefeated work between now and then if have been put up. Our played only as a practice
Tigers. Thursday night, the game due to certain difficul( MONDAY DEC. 21st
this wish is to be fulfilled librarian, Mrs. Deinzer, dida ,
s F. H. A. held their annual ties. Incidentally, Bishop was
On December 11, the Buch- student body during sixth period "Daddy Date Nlte" In the Some of the senior girls real. beautiful job decorating the defeated. 17 14, Friday the .-.
holl Buccaneers played their Thursday. On Thursday the C, H. S. lunchroom. This is an ly put !In a day of it last Sat library. The lunchroom and Blue Devils will host the West-:
last game before the Christmas band and chorus present a annual affair sponsored by the urday. They raked yards and office were also decorated. wood Whirlwinds at the G.H.S. 1 8:30 A.M. 80 5:30 P.M.
I holidays. They 'defeated the Christmas concert at 7:30: p.m. r, H. A. girls for their fath- edged sidewalks until the r gym Win or lose, we are proud TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY
Bishop Blue Devils with! a !In the Buchholi Auditorium. era. The theme of this years hands hurt Maybe you can get Workers from the county office of our team and their fine' December 22nd 24th
Idea of how bad
score of 28 to 18. The Buccaneers A few weeks ago the math banquet was "Christmas with some they laid two new aldewalksearly I sportsmanship. j I
Jaddy's Darlln' and the dec. want to go to New York. Anytime ; last week. Teachers were I .-.
clash with the Westwood and science clubs toured Cape Santa Claus has come
ration went along with the [ they sponsor a project, on guard to make sun no students early I
January in NASA bus.
Whirlwinds on Tuesday, Kennedy a They to the girls' P. E. classes. Money
1 Christmas theme A wonderful every person who participate carved their Initials Into WE WILL BE CLOSED
5. The game will be heldIn saw the dUferent rockets and from the 'lost and
In !it helps them a little
get found'i
the Gainesville High gym at launch pads and the Upright time was enjoyed by all who: them. Students will testifyto
attended and farther. And they really do appreciate ( fact that did treasury was used to purchase CHRISTMAS DAY AND
I p.m. Structure Building/ which Is now daddys daugh- the they an ex a radio for the
all the locker
people who room.I
We are losing one of our under construction. When completed tremely good pob. Coach SATURDAY DEC. 26TH
ters.Friday have helped so far.I Rivers and Mr. Bas, ,
best basketball! players over it will be the largest the last day before '
: 1 the Christmas holidays Mike building In the world. the holidays, had everyone In don't suppose I will hav The first week after Christmas comb installed a loud speak-'I .-.
""I 1 Langley Is moving to Baton We have two whole weeks of a "tizzy." All the classes held another article until after the I vacation has been proclaimed er to be booked to the
Rouge, Louisiana. Della Wilson, Christmas vacation! their Christmas parties after holiday so let me take this I Rocket Week by Mrs.. that all students may enjoy i -:1: '
one of our cheerleaders, Is moving Glimpses in Passing-: Science lunch and the seniors had time to wish each and everyone Stearns' seventh grade science the music before school and: II'J) sNNiufriif i....
to Starke. We are really g projects are due the first par their annual Christmas dinner, of my readers 4 ver;y' classes If you hear a during the lunch period out on .lJP'.a
!rag to miss these two! of February sponsored by the senior mothers Merry Christmas and a happyand ; loud noise, we suggest you run the mall. I '
The band and chorus presented Merry Christmas and a Hap at the Woman's Club. This prosperous New Year'I'!I for the nearest foxhole! NEWS BULLETIN.: We wish _tjl a 4 I C IH/lllll ry

a Christmas program to the py New YearlWhispers event Is looked forward to each all of our readers a very Merry -
\ year by the senior classes Everyone State Boards Marilyn Fender and Grace Christmas and a most happyjnd (- W fREE PARKING ON TOWER LOT
Strawn have been chosen to
I had a "blast" and really -
prosperous New Year!
H. ..
f appreciates the mothers Get Good Hating represent Howard Bishop at the 1-- -- -
i for doing such an excellent job. all state convention for orchestra

Ycstwood The annual staff is now takIng From Auditor students which meets In
,;, orders for the 1963 "Bow 1963. Both of these girls( play ONE MORE
and Arrow. The down payment TALLAHASSEE ( A P ) first violin.
Is 12 and the balance is Both the State Beverage Department
150. Anyone wishing to purchase and the Probationand Newsman Dies
*,' an annual please contact Parole Commission received YOUNG FOLKS .
fly SUE CASPER Kay Cannon, Ann Gelgcr, You hove
good ratings from the State only until tomorrow
WASHINGTON (AP) J. noon to get your entry on "What
.+. and CATHY INGMAN Joyce Dalton, Pam Ethrld g e Auditor Friday. the Birth of Jesus Christ Means to Me" to if $10
Mrs. E t Norman Lodge, one of the first us you want to earn
or our sponsor, h.erldlle. for
Auditor Ernest Ellison sale your favorite charity or religious organization.. What better time
j Associated Press war correspondents
Is there,
I the Beverage Department though than this
-- -- - Sunday before Christmas to write
This years' annual staff is in World War II, died your
I spent 53,6M to gather q piece' Drop it in the mail this afternoon addressed -
The Westwood Whirlwinds I by the music department, was doing a great job on the an- evidence on bootlegging and Friday shortly after he was hon i "Keep Christ in Christmas" The Gainesville

lost their first game of the very successful Approximately nuals. No one but these memo other illegal operations duringthe ored at a luncheon marking his Sun, and we'll get it by tomorrow noon. Remenv!
basketball season by a score of 450 persons attended and nearly berg knows what the annual Is fiscal year ending June 30. retirement from the Veterans bar it must not exceed '100 words and judging
3128. They were defeated by $8S was collected. I Ii to look like and they are hop.Ing ( "Due' to the confidential nature Administration. wIll! be based on the thought not the writing'
to it until
keep "
way of this fund, he said skill.
the PK.Y., team. Both t teams There have been many signsof the books get here. 'We' could not satisfy ourselvesas Lodge 63, had worked for the I 1 grade There school are three categories In the f Judging! -
i junior high and school. And
played a good, close game FrIday -. Christmas around Westwood. The junior class Is workingon to the validity of all expenditures VA for 10 years, including four I : $10 will be paid by us in each high Make sure"fit
i the Whirlwinds took their play. The only thing for this Information director. group.
night, We have had Christmas devotions purpose. years as j you Include your address telephone number and
on the Bishop Blue Devils In the: the office was decorated I can tell you about It U that grade 'in school with; your entry.1 .
the of It is
OHS. gym. We don't have and the 6th period home economics name "DeadlyErnest"
class and that the parts SPECIAL SALE
but fixed the bulletin
any score on game we have been
assigned. Maybe by
board in the main hall.
will In our next column. the next time we have an article I circulating oilQUAKER ,.-
The Christmas dance Satur I SEEN 'N HEARD Christmas In here, we can .tell you
.carols being lung In Spanish more about It. I
day night was a great success! i and Latin. Pinata party. The latest rumor la that the 55,000 BTUEAIERS
Everyone was dressed In his t Many girls seen on crutch
s senior class Is having a Christmas
very best, and to add to the I(fakes?) School out for the Bake Sale on Saturday, P
seasonal atmosphere, the home year. December 19. But by the timeUNUSUAL i"4

classes served hot y rrK.itwr.......[.s.s..a a.".rtnrtit_ __.___ .___
economics -s tYttitw' '''''' r

chocolate.The I Ii ] with 10-year guarantee
on fire pot and .
color of the decorationswas vapor rings.

gold and white. Stars hung::1 TREE ORNAMENTS ONLY I + LET'S

from the calling! and on the ,

atage was an aluminum Christmas -I II From For-Awar Lands I ALL KEEP

tree decorated with gold BAIRD HARDWARE features

i balls. The windows of the coteCorium I!W Christmas ornaments that people $7285M.ITH" CHRIST
hove not seen for years,
decorated with 2
were II
while others have never thrilled .010
snowflakes, while the sides of Ii at seeing them at all. IN

the stage were fixed as two tr Be Different Thermostat Controlled Blower ,.."...."..... $15Oil
kinI- lled Christmas cards. The CHRISTMAS

I ninth graders for Snow who Queen were were nominated : II C touch Decorate of the your old.n tree days.with a I Special Drum 1 10% DOWN A

M rgaret Rogers, Beth Ayers, See .ar.p

)Beth Graves, Pam Page and,,il Apple Litts. Grope Lltts Pear and Stand 12 Months To Pay
XII KeeL For Snow King the t Lites, Jewel Lltes, Poinsettia
55-sal. steel
following boys were nominated: I Lifts, Cookie Lit i. leic'e' drum MANY OTHER SIZES AND ,

Richard )Robinson! Bob Moxley,l I Bird fifes Lites Ginger Bread Boy fifes. ? Sturdy steel STYLES OF FAMOUS BRAND 4

Marvin Rogers Hal! Walker, i etc. stand HEATERS TO CHOOSE FROM.

and John Harper. All necessarytubing .
and W. Sell & tmtatl
The music for students to fittings
dance by was furnished by the Complete CENTRALHEATING
ROVERS1". ) aaaa aeeir 1 Installation
Tryouts for the part of Debbie
la the school operetta have I Halt/It. eJfREE $22 liMMin* Ai DM Wwt
begun! The Judges are various I Ipeople i. M j; a y nil ESTIMATES

who have been chosen:
by )fr. Johnson. Two of the : FV\RK1NG ON TCVrtR LOT

Judges are Mrs. Murphee. of USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE C. B. Bohannon Jr. I
GHS. and Mr. >Fry! of Bucb-: i .6uil1t' SUtl
hots.Tu H :JUST A HAIOWAII TORE S. E. 7th St. A ltd A,.. ,..... '2-9S61 $'
} concert gives Let week, ._. war. .uu..... t I .

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Sunday December 20. IM4 Colnesvlllo/ Suit JS

"- eKIeKteKKK/eKK+ateWNNE aKKaNeKaa+an I.I i I Wins VF Artist Award MIGHT GOOD IDEA BE I Clothing SuccessfulThe DriveIs ff$ $ $ $ $ $ $ Sj1PriZelVOrd

ll>> I Hollii Holbrook, professor of MOSCOW (AP Leonid L annual Arnold Air So

:: -. art at the University of Florida Brezhner, the man who replaced -clety Christmas clothing and
has won the Atwater Kent Nikita Khrushchey as chief toys drive ended successfully; Puzzle CornerLAST
s t" a I of the Soviet Communist party Wednesday.
Award which carries a cash
was 51 years old Saturday but The society part of the 150th
award of $200 In the 26th Annual -
i I his birthday went unmentioned Air Force ,ROTC cadet air division Ametvtu.0 sue PRIIIWORO cornea nuns
Exhibition of Conternpory at the University of Florida CHANCETO t. Tin ..,.. ...
..Id in the Soviet press. tor th cvrwt wlullm' II. .IIIWO"D PUZZlf IN.
Z1 Paintings. delivered the donations .: II KM OWIIM *itrm *M toM a trnnHnHttitt' wMcrltaf M Tut tunHw
The Soviet
new Dram, M un. MI .pre Mnui N not win t' MOM. se mar HIMv'T
,. Holbrook'i p rile. winning denounced what It calls a "cultof to the Salvation Amy for WIN $500 "a">..' !".. *were* r.plv.0 prom iwn.Mlwte wtocrltarfe lit torn. will
painting entitled "Beacon Street be distribution to the needy. L It m.. HIM earners a. .," .
t Medal MII2tonooI personality" It has en on* MNitlM' I* a Mukt mil It fMlwd> '
I r w I exhibition The puiile printed todayis Kwwy will bt .h.illl4 twxily rant 'ew witmlttlnf' ttw arras ....11ft,
Aww, w Wit Theme" Is currently on standard Soviet practice however Cadet LL Col. Ronald B I
.. at the Society of the Four to omit fanfare over King, society command er. the last of the current I ri,A. adv.,o. wea 1:,. ,elue mdl--t. timt unfe. DttwmlM Inm saes
era our *
ewe MMtMn. Clip t faunUM
Arts, Palm Beach Florida, annual birthdays in the past. thanks all local residents who series. This Is your last i'", a BOOH. luctim h.....*_ imimiKh' MMcMnMal tr tntfwiM, aSaNera
of the show. chance to win $500. Answers S2wilow will ". be ar.e.ar.. Thli MOM M MM in "II. ,...
in the drive. ,
sponsors cooperated "" "bass** erel be
,..JSt tUS ""* and ofl anrNfMtaaise M* mutt
A .to Pusile 49 will !nm S>'Lfltlw> M a "lc"tl, < tun* All tnlrltt' kmntt KM
wty OMmvuw fvwiinint, CtmMHV m urn CM be r.hana.a. .
rvm. i be printed In next
For Christmas-Give Her Scouts have days SUN.CUES -'Anvmer.... m.y..per ever am.Ne..e era eoneat, lit 0.1I1t Paa0ah'" Ctmpeftf and 55'
I. AIM .... kwt HIM' In It* umifc! sane It OIl WIt ace ttctnl e aae.o
Fun Fellowship ,...,....
Mill l It Iran t mtaNIn' H frluwnK' rot.> MMVIIM Sun
I powerful transistors for top performance THE ONLY VACUUM CLEANER THAT I a. O. tan II. ,,_"'Ie, lwM. .. tr erne" It Ie "'"t .._..* Sun Onwto .
I diodes plus thirmlstor for stable rtctpHon I Members of Troop 12, Boy 3. DANCE: not lance. "Take ?.,...*. .Dmirtmtnl...., III c.rwd onm, d in...SS. oarna.ure seed 1'1_fuel All .trice_..,eN I* ,kt lava tlHlbit Mer _Or WIt

Automatic Volume Control minimizes annoying GUARANTEES YOU A CLEANER HOME Scouts of America enjoyed an one back favors DANCE af 'antrl.a toy .II t_a_m, w.In ._. Pies_rewl.e earot be l.r-10 a"ra. lest w IN.yw lit lilt .....,.
station blast
or evening ot fun and fellowship when participating In a' ,.... ... .
*case h..rphon.Jack for j "'--11' 1 be a aarre.oandern w Mayanw' tllli .adhg WIt -'elf.
"personallztd liitinlng" j I i .. Wednesday during ,ceremonies DANCE: the popularity l 0' rori n.e.r ,..v ease II Iw m.r. CM rive elvIs. lit HdI male aemaea

Gift packed,complete with t-volt batttry j-I in which the 30 year 01 dtroops' which goes 'bnrk man A easy M nit OiiMwMit. tu* may kt seminal IM* tf defer II lilt
handy Uathtr carrying case and earphone j II s charter was present years" It's rather the case ,muwteii, DtntrKntnt .,..Hit ..'.....1111 inn M Mt IS M 1'1 l.ct, OmNNavllle,
''I. during raguitr' em kwn.Piissfo
that a lance "could" go "back
I ed.More In a wle.n, II one swat: .."' ,_ II "lets IuIMIm Pelzuwoso'
years" history.
than 50 scouts and many PUrl will' be evNsa ace ,...11_ In at andara e.Ineavnli teal.Is. .
RADIO and TV DEPT.Efflrag 7. LINE not wine. "A man"may
j Cleaner their fathers treated to a
.. Automatic were
n. Mia.aitw sue waree eN NM II e
World' Only be recommended I .
followed ..
barbecued rib supper ar acvee errata .ilea .r is eq N aaad eraar
wine 1 which mabe e.neaati.a area IIIIt
a eea.N
by the presentation
wrwa--- by John Suns dlstr I ct 'strong," but he Is hardly

"'" ..... i Fact oryAuthorizedt scout executive. "advised to take a I Iron I No. 49
wine," just like that LINE Is
Members of the troop committee
Sales and Service more to the point.
/ and Its leaders were Clip end 'eat. en a 4e Postcard
'JAN 8. PACKING not backing or
NtptJI'J Jrtuifff Btctteh*' given membership cards. tacking Backing or sack I In I

used for "dispatch purposes
jflfffcEE PARKING ON TOWER LOT 'j" United States President are would amount to PACKING,
J 2224 NW. 6th StreeteOPEN not Immune to arrest. President which Is the comprehenslv I .
= USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Ulysses S. Grant chargedwith AYI NGM
'I The Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store j Til 9 p.m. thru Dec. 24 speeding In his carriage, (. CLASH, not flash. Clash, '

.31..JtJl""JlII..Jt..Jt""II".II..Jt..j forfeited $10 bond.. u a conflict la apt. Flash O ? LN

explosion, possibly but "a sudden ; NIE
flash" Itself might cause
momentary alarm but hardly! DL
"great trepidation." Slash I III

for I 11 too SNOW vague not snob SNOW of
Holiday fare t7 OAT NC
your course Is essentially cold; buta
snob Is not necessarily char-
acterized by coldness. In the

'right company, or confront d A

II with certain circumstances l ,

e such a person may well express _
Christmas Feast i I a "warm" personality O + AS OU NLI
1$. ODD not old. Old (of an
I dent origin) Is wrong sine e
all "Shakespeare characters"

originated many years ago,
Old (aged) lacks point since If you ,rt lOOt new a hom .dtlly.f. GRADE "A"ARMOUR there Is nothing eapee I a II y ktrib, and would like to have The Sun
Reg. Size characteristic about being ok, started, pluM thick boll, (tea lots,.. for
STARTURKEYS ; homt-dtllvtrad subscribers St. Rule No. 2
ODD Is very apt. Mill. HI f> ....r4 Ctnrtrt
e 29 ENRAGING not engaging ,lit OilMn He SMi
: 5 e lit Is premature to consider I. 91. Gel_.iiit. ,Ie.

33 "men" to be "In I mood to NineClf

strike," when they are not yet

engaged. ENGRAGINQ ls more It,... N".. .,

Toms, 17 to 22 Lbs . . . . LB. 37 I 21 apt. NINE!: not nice. In "buIII -

I ness, machines" are not required ..... ""'." 1

& VEGETABLES- I for their IIlc...... Also I
Hens 39FRUITS ,.....,.
10 to 14. Lbs.;.. ...i, . *.. LB. '"nice new machine. duem ftte
""' '
suggest any specific requirement I Clip end est. on C 4o Postcard
BANANAS J lb. or outlay NINE make
Food KingOleo 10 a straightforward' answer,

27. LEATHER not weather.
for 29 CRANBERRIES LEATHER, certainly bu This li the LAST PUZZLE of this series .
1 Lb. Block 2 .. .. .. LB. l-'b.' boxFresh 29 ;
many a farmer or fisherman ls and
Fresh considered to be a weather your I

FOIKVPOLE 'expert" In his own way. Furthermore LAST CHANCE TO WIN $5001! I
Pork Loins 49* BEANS. .2 V or Whole . Leo have "experta" well distributed I
Smell Yellow CookingONIONS.
acroiis the country.
Frosty Mom 3 lb'-25c CLUES ACROSS }
49* 2. A picture of tiny toll could be very suitable for I Christmas .
Hams II.. Whole" .. .. .. . LB. Fresh CrispCELERY 1. KILLING not filling. KILLING card.

2 stalks 19Baking < links up better with the t. An amusing! -at a party could bad to much hilarity. 'I 4
Dells Fresh Dressed Idea of "suffering" It's nor.mat 7. "- Marts." '
parlance to refer to having

Hens . LI. 39* GOLD MEDALFLOUR ARNOLD'SSTUFFING pita a rather dental than filling without without i "suf.:t.I. At Greek Christmas letter, quite possibly much In evklence.lt. .

A man In a -, who had been drinking too freely, might
Is remote.
erlng Tilling
Fresh Pan MadoSausage welt bo frowned upon.
Z. LENS not legs. LENS, vts,
11 Something to eat.
5 39* as when taking pictures for U. Person forced to take bllme.IS. .

. . . . . LI. 49 Lt:. example, while facing partially An amateur conjuror may have tricks he Is anxious to ,
29 toward the "suns" ray.. The
demonstrste before critical audience.
Armour Star CHASE & SANBORN clue makes no mention of lh, 1/ StinKlnMeets\ l

type of legs The clue w 0 uld 19. To Yule logs might defeat child. f
COFFEE hardly be true of the legs of
Sliced Bacon . LI. 49 DIXIE LILY a table for Instance. ZOo In I show certain are of an amusing future,
23. Direction of that Christmas star.
Meal GritsRoll S. CAKE not coke CAKE
59 or 25 Might have a sensitive appearance that was quite misleading
1 LI. better
measures up as something
CHOICE BEEF Insofar as character
U. S. GOOD & assessing
Wlt""OO CM...r Mift, one might "go out and 26. There
5 39 may well be a special for a particular group of
LIS. buy. Coke CI..., fuel) would patients.

Roast .. . .. .. LI. 89 KRAFTS simply be ordered 21. Being so. a person Is unlikely to be able to enjoy a fine
12. FOOD nut good Since my
Christmas dinner
Mayonnaise "rationing tiheme": w e u I d be
SHURFINE ,required to be good "In a ....
Ground Beef, J...- .. ". 1.39 49* CRANBERRY Uonal emergency" there I Is LW Uoon, r

QUART SAUCE more pint In specifying FOODWood I.Christmas Is one time for- to stylo. '
a. Sumptuous meal.
BIRDS EYE: HERSHEY'S er Truer OO J. for a peat to be discovered In some grmpected place Is
HENDERSON'SSUGAR 2/29 quite possible.
necessary for an object such .. It's not eiartiy reasonable lo expect a person who's to
as an aircraft, to sail through keep an eve oa he children

Green Peas "-... Pk,. 4-89' SNOWDRIFT the air, for Instance I. At times can help a man to bold on.
li OAKS not oars or oils S. Smoothing toots.0. .
5 L,. 29 Shortening I OAKS will probably show / fraud.
signs of rot when very old" 11 Elastic !bands.

Pie Shells Rita . . . . 39 With $5.00 Order 'certainly. Oars and ate only II Thought of the various things Slat may be at Christmas r
or More 3 LI. CAN 59 i"rot" whts neglected and the may appall a thrifty typo..Chinese .
... clue makes no mention of net;- IL breed of dof. '

French Fries 9." ; 2 19* 'I lect'll. 31.You shouldn't be so at Oalatma.lIrM. f
DW not dun. DIY In a a To do so lo sscess Is especially befitting of an unhealthy
brood sense, yes; but the fact .tat* of mind.
that he to !Mill! OMMM*. rather 21. Given s for Christmas a precocious child might/ It .
M't Pies asffl" 5 h, 89 I than because. of the dun o* wtth contempt. r
MEADEILLIAM ''an Individual. i iI

,21 SEEM not seek. It I Is
GIANT j I IdtuM tf any "speaker has FREE WORD LIST '

KING SIZE .10 tittle faith In /himself that

ho lieU to rely merely oa THIS LIST CONTAINS. AMONG OTHERS THI '
"force of personality SEEM comer WORDS FOR THE mui CROSSWORD : i
TIDE If more reasonable. ruzzu JI

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ii Let Her Out? ..'ly. writ M Abby, .In 11.J, .i I

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,f 1OHOff! irswtn aaba H rT'S-cN1
i died In 1951 and he left In and he Is %0. ''thIs Is shock to It wasn fDR YOIJ, DOWN ON WHAT K THE ONETHING NO PRESFM:r hht
.1. t DEAR ABBY: My husband 19 quite a me ss w YA CLAIM YA TIE QDRNEFtl.T? 17U REALLY
\, J excess of $700,000 and I was cheated out of every dime In our plans I would like some advice about what to do. PRESENTEA NIEiO!

J ; of it. None of the lawyers In this town will touch my case UPSE ..
1.. 4 with a ten-foot pole. My husband had liver trouble. He was DEAR UPSET If you really loved him JOG' sot lal3 Z x:50 PUT UP OR 1w

'; operated on for it, and his doctor told me himself that "let" him accept ,the appointment, you'd eacoarile bin,
l the operation was successful but in nine days my husbandwas knowing that be always wanted an Army career. Your cal
dead!I I refused to pay that bill because that doctor concern seems to be the unhappy prospect of ",IUIIII la th 1 : C i/ eL
\ had lied to me. When my husband's will was read I was dorm for four "yean. A career man's wife needs more n... .i

6, cut out of it except for a few dollars I was supposed to demanding than yon appear to have. Level with him. Ant
live on. When I protested they tried to prove that I was ask him to level with you. t think you could both probab,

crazy. They are still trying to prove It. His sisters got every do better In the choice of lifetime partners ti

thing. THEY are the crazy ones. Money crazyl! Can you o Y /R1 C i V
help me get out of here DEAR ABBY: I Just found out that my girl friend kept I /
CHEATED diary of our dates and she wrote a bunch of stuff In 11

DEAR CHEATED: Where are )'ouT that never happened. It was all out of her imagination. Her

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I MONDAY, evening, TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m. .

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Monday Evening story derives from the this new method of teach. of a Judgment Day for O CBS News Special King subs for Johnny to. iLlS: 0 CD What's 1:15 B Focus I
1:00 O Wells FargoO 10th-century drama which log mathematics. White America. (Special) "Christmas InAppalachl. night Announcer: Ed I Love Lucy O Elementary Spanish

Mike Douglas was brought to America. ':00 O Andy Williams 1.30 0 Many Happy ReturnsO ." focuses on McMahon. Skltch Hender o World Film of Numbers and 1:3003 (Color) Let's MakeA
10.45 0
1:25(0 Momenta Sporta I:30 O Project 20-Documen- (Color) Andy's Christmas the bleak holiday expected son conducts. :
1:30 ONewocopeo tary show spotlights comic James Union In poverty stricken TUESDAY Form.
(Special) (Power and Southern A ala hla. and Afternoon 10:55 O CD News O Humanities C-51
World Clvllliatloa (Special (Color) ."The Senor Wences: the Young p P c Morning World Tint
5.55 D (Color) News Coming of Christ." Masterpieces Americans vocal (rou p, Responsibility of the Charles Kuralt interviews 0.00: O Sunshine Almanac 11:00: 0 CD ConcentrationO a As the
1:00 O News, Weather, of the late Mid- and the Williams brothers Press. James Res ton, residents of the once-busy I:IS O Sunshine Alamae Andy Griffith O
I Sport. die Ages and the Renaissance Don, Dick and associate editor of the coal mining community I O Sunrlte Semester 11:15 0 Scope 1:55 CD News
O Sunshine Almanac Illustrating passages Bob. Andy's sister Jane New York Times, talks of Whitesburg, Ky. 1.25: 0 Living Words 11:30: O I CD (Color) Jeopardy 2.00: 0 Password

I:30 Q I IB Newt In the Old and steps out of the audienceto with Richard D. Heffner 10.30: 0 Te Be Announced f.30 O World Civilisation O McCoys O CD Loretta Young
7:00 O Zane Grey New Testaments relate help with "White about the role of the 11.00: O 0 .NNs, Weather, CD Gospel Music O New Horhons D Sign Oft
O Perry MasonO the story of the comingof Christmas." Osmond press in America. R,s- Sports ':45 O Pastor's StudyCD 12.00 0 I CD (Color) Say Wheat I.M O CD Doctors

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ID Movie life and ministry. Alexan- dancers Dave Grusln news," a phase he coined Weather I JO CJ Farm and Home O Indxstry on Parade LOS O CD Another World

"Friendly P. ra uaslon." der Scourby narrate. as orchestra.o ; "trial balloons"; 11.25 0 MovIe 7.00: O I CD Testis 12:15 0 Geology 107 O TI Tell the Truth
news "leaks"; and the O Local Newt Weather 12:25 0 News 1.25 0 News
7:30 O Story of Christmas cameras use a still-pic I Lucille Ball "The Farmer's D a ugh-
Special (Color) Tennessee tures In action tech. O Elijah Muhammad history and evolution of I ter." (1947) A Swedish 7:05 0 Banger Hal 12:30 O I CD (Color) Truth er I 1.10 O (Color) Yon Don'tSay

Ernie Ford hosts this nique to create the Illusion (Special) "The Messenger the press country girl takes a job 7.50 O Local Hewn Weather Consequences I
"Story of ChrIstmas"' of movement. First from Violet Drive." 10:00 O (D Alfred Hitchcock In the home of n handsome I:00 0 Captain Kangaroo O Search for Tomorrow 0 Edge of Night
n Folk Festival telecast In Decem b e r In an Interview filmed in "Memo from Purgatory" young Con g r ese- ':00 O Divorce Court 12:45 0 Guiding Light II ID Popeye's Pals
1:00: O I've Got A Secret 1960. his Phoenix home Black A young writer becomesa man. Loretta Young Joseph O Bachelor Father O Visiting Spanish Neighbors ':11I O Match Game

O Los Pastorei O Andy Griffith Muslim leader Elijah J member of a Brooklyn Cotton, Ethel Bar. CD (Color) Romper Room O Secret Storm
(Special) Background and O Camera Three I Muhammad discusses his Juvenile gang to g a t her rymore, Charles Bid I 0.30 0 Jack Benny 12.JS O News CD Woody Woodpecker
highlights of "The Shep- "The New Mathematics." belief that there shouldbe material for a book. ford. Rose Hobart, L a I CD I Jack La Lanai CD Local News 4.IS: O News
herds" a miracle play Dr. Howard Feahr of a total separation of Due to the serious nature Barker. (One hour 40 10.00 O Make Room for Daddy O Midday 4:31 0 Willful Princess
presented at San Jose Columbia and Dorothy Negroes and whites I In of the show Hitchcock offers mln) o News CD (Color) TV Binge O Best of Crouch

Mission In Texas. Tb inversion Rom a TV teacher, discuss the U.S.; his economic no closing quips or 11:31 O CD Johnny Carson O Arithmetic O Quest For Adventure (D Movl.
of the Christmas and demonstrate plans: and his prophecy banter tonight__ (Color) Comedian Alan CD Cameras Please 1.00: 0 News, Weather "The Second Woman"

I TUESDAY eveuiu!!. WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. 1 THURSDAY evening, FRIDAY 'til5 p.m. I

Tuesday Evening 1.30: 0 Man from U.N CUE. "T h e Skill In These 1 CD-(Color) Cameras Thursday EveningS entirety. (Three hours>)> celebration at the Trap ID (Color) Romper Room
"The King of Knaves." Hands" belongs to Dr. Please :00 0 Mike Douglas Leo: O Password family lodge In Stowe, Vt 1:30 0 Jack Beaay
S.OO 0 Wells Fargo The murder of an official Juan Cortez, a Cuban ref. 10:15: 0 New Horllm 5.30 O Newscope I 1.30: O CO Haul Produced In associationwith ID Jack La Lanne
O Mike Douglas .at a nuclear power ugee who was a brilliant 10:30 O I IB (Color) What's O World CIvllliiHoa O Baileys" ef Bilbon the National Council 11:00 O Make Room for

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1:30 O Newvwpe to suspect that someone is but he must intern four O I Love Lucy Sports Theatre" 12.00; O ID Church Service O News

O World Civilization trying to get fissionable years before becoming licensed 10:45 0 Reading, Your Magto .:. 0 News, Sports, O Defenders Catholic CO Cameras Please

5.55: I D (Color) News, material. Guest cast Includes In America. Guest Lamp Weather 11:00 O 0 News,Weather, (SpecIal) Bishop John 10.30: O CO (Color)
Paul Stevens Diana cast includes Robert Loggia 10:55 O I CD News O Sunshine Almanac Sports Magulre( celebrates a Pontifical Wbat'. This Song'

Weather, Sports Millay Arlene Martel, Ellen Holly Maria ,11:00 O CD Concentration .:IS 0 News Highlights CD I (Color) News, Weather Solemn High Massat Q I Love Lacy

':00 O News Sports Weather Jan Merlin Gregory Mor. Brenes Joseph Leon and 0 Andy Griffith 1:30 O I CO News Sports St. Patrick's CathedralIn 10:55 O CD News
O Sunshine Almanac ton and Erik Holland Edmon Ryan 11:15 0 Film O News 11:15: O I ID Christmas Card New York City.I The
"1:30 O I ID New O Red Skellon 11:00 Q O New., Weather, 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy O Junior College (Special) (Iflliorl) Sammy new liturgy will be used, 11:00: a CD Concentration
Greer Carson Joins Red Sports I 0 McCoys Spanish Davis Jr. and the Norman with some of the must O Andy Griffith'
1:15. O FUn Short for his Christmas show (3 (Color) News, 12.00 O I CD (Color) Say When 7.01 0 Rifleman Luboff Choir headline sung In English some In 11:31: O CO (Color) Jeopardy

0 News O Focus on the UND Weather, Sports I 0 Adventures In Living O Movie this program cl Latin. The Right I Rev O McCeys
O Junior Colleg- ( McHale's Navy 11.25 0 Movie"Waterloo I 0 Love of LII. (Color) "Kim." ((1950)) Christmas music I and Mon lgnor Vincent Kennedy --12:00 0 Live of Life

. Spanish .1.00 0 Bridge" ((1940)! IZIlo Geology 107 O What's New- verse. Sammy r e a d i will deliver the ser O CD (Color) Say Wheat'
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, 70IflMSqUnd Subjects: a flight to Mars; During World War I, a 12:25 0 News ChildrenID Twas the Night Before mon, and a taped Christmas 11.25: 0 News
O Munsters the Mariner roc k e t'. young English ballerina I2:3ItOOTruth or Consoquences Voyage Christmas" to a group ol message from Cardinal 11.30 0 Starch for Tomorrow
O What's NewChildrenCO test grounds. falls in love with a BrItish 7.30 O Daniel Boone 10 children represent I in g Spellman Is seen. 11 CD Church Service
Story of Christmas launching I CD Farmer's Daughter officer From the play etl Search for Tomorrow O Open Mind the UN. Also on hand are One hour, 45 min.) ; 12.UO: Guiding Light

(Special) "A Matter of Honor" Ina by Robert E. Sherwood. 12:45 0 Guiding Light 1.00: 0 Film Feature pianist t Garry Graffman, Q Church Service 12.55: O CO News
7.31 O Mr. Novak dream, Katy casts her I Vivien Leigh, Robert Tay. O Let's Speak Spanish "Magic Lantern Christ- soprano Jan McArt carillon (Special) Pastor AlbertL. 1.00 0 Midday
"Beyond a Reasonable father and Glen as I lor. One hour, 50 mln) 12:55 O CD News m a.." Ragtime pianist player Joe Klein. Nelbwher leads the' o News
Doubt." Phyllis Freuchen Frenchmen and the plot 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 1:00 0 Midday and singer Max Morath Skltch Henderson I leads Christmas Eve service at CD T.V. Binge
enrolls at Jefferson High duel (Color: ) Scheduled guests O News, Weather appears In this half. hour the orchestra. ((43 m In.) St. Luk.', Lutheran hIS O Form I
has fighting a
under a cloud She's been Cast Include Murray Zarat!, director O Arm Chair Adventures program set on ChrIstmas Church near New York 1:30: 0 Ai lb. World Turns
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her well to-do par- Borden. Festival at the New 1:15 O Focus I loned lantern slides for I Is pre-empted this e v e- church choir, directed by CD Let's Make A Deal
ents. Guest cast Includes Eugene Was theWeek York Coliseum. Ed Me- O Leer Y Escrlblr visual backgrounds he ring I Ben Akerley, sings "The hIS CO News
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Susan Tyrell, Bob Random : Color Mahon Skltch Henderson 1:30 O Christmas Chorus reads portions of "A Visit O Mnrman Tabernacle Shepherd's C.rol" "Let I:" Q ID Lentil Young
Melinda Plowman, That Was ( ) O As the World Turns from St. Nicholas" and Choir All Mortal 'Iesh'Keep Silent a Password
TW3 Girl Nancy Ames, WEDNESDAY
Jack Chaplin and James Newman David I O HumanitIes C41CD the English poem "Annie (Special) "Chrlstmii and ," "It Came Upon a hIS 0 House Party J
Phyllis Morning and Afternoon Ltt'. Make Deal .
Flavin. a and Willy's Prayer and Children.1 The Mormon Midnight Clear" and flIDDictues
O Greatest Show (Color: ) Frost, Buck Henry 0:00 O Sunshine Almanac 1:55 CD News sings "Why Doesn't Santa Tabernacle Choir per. "What You Gonna Call I.M a ID Another World0T.ToiIfl.Trsth
"Where the Wire Ends." '. Dishy and Pat Englund ':15 O Sunshine Almanac 2:00 O I CD Loretta Young Claus Co Next Door forms "The She pherds Yo Pretty Little. Baby ...
Tlghtwire artist Jeannle I' celebrate I the holiday O Humanities C-51 O Sign 011 "Jingle Bells" and "Si Story," "Joseph, Dearest CD North-South Game la.
Gilbert, a bit unsteady week by roasting a few 1.25: ID Living Words O Password lent Night" Joseph Mine," "The FRIDAY Miami's Cringe Bowl
after an illness, resentsthe chestnuts In the news. 1.30: O World CivlllzatloaCD 1.30 O CD Doctors 1.31 O CD Dr. Klldare Friendly Beasts," "AwayIn Morning end Afternoon

talented newcomer O Petticoat Junction Gospel Musle O House Party "An Exchange of Gifts." a Manger," "This UtIle I:00 O Sunshine Almaeec "General Hospital 1,'
Slate has added to the act. BedIm plans to stop the 1.45: 0 Pastor's Study 1.00 O CD Another World On Christmas Eve, a Babe" and "For unto till O Sunshine Almanac "Young Marrleda" ant
O Child's Christmas In Cannonball from makl n g CO(Color) HI, Neighbor O To Ten the Truth skid row alcoholic Is Us a Child I. Born" from 0 Humanities C-ll "Trallmaster" will not 'btMol.
Wales Dylan Thomas its traditional Christmas 1:50 0 Farm and Home 1.21 0 News brought Into the hospital Handel's "Messiah." The ':%5 ta Living Words ( .'*
(Special) The voice of the caroling tour Guest cast 7:00 O CD Today 1.30 OColor( ) Yen suffering from a serious music Is accompanied by 4:30 O World Clvlllttita 1.25: 0 News

late Dylan Thomas, reciting Includes William Benedict O Local News, Weather Don't Say heart condition. Believinghe's children In India, Nigeria, ID Gospel Music 1.30 O (Color) Yon Doa'l 8aj
his prose poem "A and Gloria Marshall 7:05: 0 Ranger Hal O Edge of Night about to die, the der. Holland I I Uruguay, Austria SitS a P'ltor'llItud, ID Popeye's Pals
Child's Christmas In O Science and Engineering 7:50 0 Local News, Weather CD Popeye's Pals elict hits on an unusual Sweden and ( heUS. 01 Color) HI, Neighbor O Edge .f Nlghl
Wales," Is matched with Journal I:00 0 Captain Kangaroo 4.00 O Match Game way to Oak. one last 1:50 0 Farm and Home 4.00 O Match Game
photographs of his 10:00 O CD Bell TelephoneHour I ':IN O Divorce Court O Secret Storm swipe at mankind Guest 11.30 0 Sound ef Christmas I 7:00 O D Today O Secret Storm '.
homeland, Marvin Utch- (Color) ''I 0 Bachelor Father CD Magllla Gorilla cast Includes Rip I Torn (Special. I) Baroness O Lecal News, Weather CO Peter Potamas
, ner was the photograph Hostess Maureen O'Hara's CD (Color) Romper Room 4:%$ O News O Messiah Maria Von Trspp, mother 7:" 0 Ranger Hal .:15 O News
, er. guests Include singers Howard II ':31 0 Jack Benny 4.31 0 Leave It Te Beaver (Special) The Handel and of the famous singing 7i$0 0 Local News 4.30: 0 Leave II to Beaver
I I 10 0 Hawaii Calls Keel, Phyllis CurtIn CD Jack La Lanne O Best ef GroacbeCD Haydn Society of Beaten Trapp Family, welcomes: I.M 0 Caplalsj Kangaroo O Best| GreachoCO
: ID Project 20-Documen- Martha Wright.O 10.00 O Make Room for Daddy Movie"Woman presents Handel's masterwork the Burke Family Singers .:.. a Divorce Court Movie"DIstant

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; I everigaud; ; THURSDAY! 'til 5 p.m. I FRIDAY evening and SATURDAY I

Wednesday Evening but educated In the European Spy Who Got a C II 10.30 O CD (Color) Whits Friday Evening' ; bals," by Elkk MolL An 11.21: 0 Movie-Double r O The JetseneU.M

5.00 O Wells Fargo tradition. .la a spoof on .d"i This Song? 5.00 O Well's Fargo aspiring concert pianist Feature a CO Exploring
O Mike Douglas 1:31 O Beverly Hillbillies thrillers; and "C h r I O I Len Lacy O Mike Douglas Laura Macon Is one ol I. "Right Doss." (Drama I II
12: $ O Moments In Sports I:00 0 Movie mas Fantasy" finds 10.45: O Science Around Yea 1:%$ O Memente II Sports three finalists In a scholarship ; 1M4)) A champIonbnerlawarnedby I 0 lily King
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are part of the cast from First Baptist's nativity learning: to practice with
the animals. Playing shepherds, above from left, are Don Hope, Karl Hammond,
Dr. Luther Hammond and Lee Hammond. A Y.


Is brought clone to home (photo below) by the First Nazarene nativityscene
on view for the last time today in front of the church at 302 SE First Ave.
From left are Victor Gray, Jim Hill (substituting; for Steve Waits) David Gray, ,
Bobby Haufler and Jo Anne Fulwood.NATIVITY .
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sttiti cantata tonight are,
I above from left Melvin
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Becky Daniel, Julie Larson
ttlal;tn.t Itdt t itStt'f and Guy Webb.

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will be followed by .
I Bob Pearson, one of The First Methodist Chard\
North Central Baptistswine Chancel Choir and soloists wit
men In that church'snativity present the concert vers Ion a
beginning Mon "Amahl and the Night Visitors'by

8 day night. 'COMFORT YE MY PEOPLE' Gian-Carlo Menottl tonigh

sings tenor soloist Ralph DuPree, helping to ready Highland Presbyterian's at 7 o'clock in the sanctuary
N. Central IN SPOTLIGHT presentation tonight of Handel's classic "Messiah.. "Amahl" was commission c
for television l i and giver

g DueTonight 'Live nativity scenes will en time of darkness and soft music scene will be presented for one Highlands Plans Full!! Week its Television world premiere Theater by on the Christmas NBC

Cantata rich Gainesville's holiday events !hour each night starting at 130 I I Eve, 1951, under Menottl'i

I' this year and not Just one Photographers will be w e 1. p.m.Each direction- and it has been- since '"
but four tableaus are offered by corned each evening at 9 to scene, lasting 13 m I nutes One of ,the highlights of DuPree and Ed Carwithen. Vickie and Tyler will sing 1 an annual l Christmas pro' due--
churches in the city. make pictures of the scenes will be "like a vision of Christmas week at Highlands Coffee will be served after "The Echo Carol.
Ii and characters. the birth of Christ," said the Presbyterian Church will be the service.In A nativity scene Is planned tion.The story tells basically ol
t j The combined adult and 1ST NAZARENETonight pastor, Rev W. E. Shea. the presentation today of Han other Highlands events t for Monday through Thursday how Amahl, a poiy, crippled

youth choirs of the North Central Is the last n I II h t to HIGHLANDSThe del's "Messiah" at the Vesper for the week, at this morning's by the young )people. (See Nativity sheperd boy, Is healed throughhis
Baptist Church numbering view First Nazarene's live reenactment The sponsoring churches all Service at 9:30 p,m. service the minister, Rev William Story elsewhere on this generosity to the Christ t
more than 75 voices tonight at of the birth of Christ. Nativity of Youth Fellowship Invite Gainesville area residents The choir will be under the E. Shea, will' preach on, page.) child and Joins the Three Kingson
I' 7:30 will present the cantata, The scene, which began show- groups of the Highlands to view these holiday product direction of Mrs. Delbert Ster- "The Cry from the Cradle Monday at 7 p.m. there will their Journey to Bethlehem.
"The Wonder of Christmas"by Ing Thursday, may be viewedIn Presbyterian Church may b e tions, a collective expression by rett accompanied by Dr. Ster- The Cry From the Cross," and be a Children's Christmas Party Julie Larson, daughter of Mr.
Peterson. viewed beginning Monday community churches of the rett at the the choir will "And the
W. sing,
John organ. in the
church 302 with
front of the at sanctuary a special and Mrs. D. L. Larson, will sing
through Christmas Eve. The Christmas The soloists for this Christ- of the Lord" from The
The will be under and 10 this message. Glory red and white
program :SE First Ave, at 9 gift serviceto the part of Amahl. Miss Larson
the direction of Frank Stroup, morning and at 5:45 and (45 mas presentation will be Mrs. Messiah and "From" the Eastern be conducted for the aid of, 13, has studied voice.with
music at Nor t l k Sue Carwithen, Mrs. Betty Mountain, a Fred Warn- families
minister of tonight. Special Program TonightAt needy in the community Dr. Vere Richards for three
Central Baptist Church. Morgan, Mrs. Patricia 0 u na ing arrangement. The Sterrett and aged ministers.On and one half years.
combe Miss Carol Shea Del, Jane Jamie I .
Ralph family ,
-'. t r Rev. N. B. Langford, pastor Gctliscmauc Lutheran --_ Christmas Eve, begin Becky Daniels, who sings the
said the presentation culminates N.C. BAPTIST ning at 7 p.m. from the mother, has played major rolesin
a long time aim of the North Central Baptist's Mar. The children of the Sunday preach on the theme, "So Nazarene Cantata church, carolers win call on productions In the city andIs
church to stage a cantata by a I rind Young People's class Is School of Gethsemane Lutheran Christmas Comes the sick and shut In. Individuals choir director for the Park
choir of this size. utilizing land adjacent to the Church will present the an as well as entire families view Baptist Church
described the Peterson church at 404 NW 14th Ave., for nual Christmas Service, "Jesus EpiscopalChristmas are invited to participate.At The Three Kings will be sung
Stroup music as expressing "the their dramatic re-enactment of Christ, My Lord," tonight at Features Carols"Carols the Christmas mon I n g by Melville Laite as King Kas-
In Christmas beyondany the first Christmas. ( o'clock. I service, the minister I I will per, Gene Dunnam as Melchoir,
To begin tomorrow night, the The Service will be under the preach on the subject, "A Step and Guy Webb as Balthazar.
s other season, depicting Implications nativity In five scenes will be supervision of Ray Rumm e I I. by Candlelight," by of the choir are: Linda War. Forward A Step Backward" Mrs. Barbara Kirby will be
musically the Christ's redemptive birth. presented each half hour from the superintendent, and th e Events Set 'Floyd Hawkins, will be presented ington, Ivey Harris, Sue Cas- a sermon for the year's end. the organist and Russell Dan-
of 7 to '.30 p.m. It will run pastor, the Rev. N. E. Kleffer tonight at 7 p,m. by the well, Debbie Griner, Carol 1 And on New Year's Eve at burg will accompany at the
Ed Bean is organist for the through Wednesday night. Christmas carols will be sung Traditional specials services Pyles, Ann Warrington, Roger 11 p.m. there will be a Watch- piano. The entire program Is
group, Miss Lynn Sandlfur Is by the congregation, with Mel. mark the celebration of Christ choir of the First Church of Wankel T. Counts Booth. night Candlelight Communion under the direction of Helen
pianist and Joe Mixon is narrator ody Sommer and Betsy Soud- mas by the city's three Epic the Nazarene, 302 SE First Fred White, Edgar Yates, Service and the meditation for Jones, organist and director of/
v Soloists Include Pat Reynolds FIRST BAPTIST er, accompanied by Mrs. Ann copal churches.At Richard Howard, Ruth Howard the service will be "Your Hand music of the Fir i s t Methodist
I y Mrs. Nona Pearson, Mrs. Nestor on the organ. Holy Trinity, 118 NE Ave.This Jo Ann Booth, Jackie in God's Hand." Church.
Elizabeth Whltehurst, Andrew The "Living/ Nativity" will "White Gifts" will be broughtby First St., Christmas Eve will Christmas Candlelight White, Bud Shrout, Janice I.- i
i, Whitney, Ted Van Istendal and debut tonight at First Baptist the children during the feature a children's service at Cantata incorporates favorite TIpton, Edna Hamilton, Victor
Jimmy Whitney. A feature tonight will be a and evening services 7 o'clock, with Holy Common carols and scripture readings, Grey, Shirley Harrison, Laura George Frederick
b l The presentation is open to community carol sing followingthe and these baskets of food will ion at 11 p.m. Communion will Some of the carols being used Paulson and Richard Moor. (III I I Handel's
showing. Include "Hark!
1.30 : The Herald
also be observed Christ mas r
r the public. be delivered later by membersof Janet Hill will be at the or.
The nativity will be shown at the Lutheran League to, morning st 10 o'clock. Angels Sing, "Silent Night,"
and Jo Anne Fulwood at
the south end of the c h u r c h families. The offeringwill St. Michael's at 2180 N W "It Came Upon the Midnight Ian
Power of Proy.r building at 425 W. Univ. Ave needy be devoted to the children'! 43rd St., has scheduled Christmas Clear,"""0 Little Town of Bethlehem the piano. "THE MESSIAH"Sunday

tonight at S, 1:30: and 9 p.m. home In Salem Va, which Is Eve Holy Communion 1 I "A.a11n a Manger," The public Is Invited.
On Wednesday and Thursd a y, supported by the Lutheran at 11:30: p,m., and I.aln I "There's a Song In the Air"
will be at 7,, and "Bow at the Man "
Ja Dtar Editor the presentations Church. A small gift will be Christmas Day at 10 a m. ler.
"You quoted araligloui 7:30: I, 1:30: and 9 p.m. Each to each of the membersof Carol singing will begin al The Rev, J. Rei Eaton pas tint Church e f CodA I Dec. 20Today5:30
t y oulho will last about 20 minutes given tor, will deliver the evangelistic .
showing the Sunday School. the Chapel of the Incarnation,, < >4. M,. 14. AMilltUtWtnlii
who laid In .'. and will Ile followed I by aCommunion On Christmas Eve, for the 1522 W. Univ. Ave. at 11 p,m. message near the close of Snvlct I l..k7:4SPM. Me.dey
tot: shoe |rust the Cantata. p.m.
Christmas Eve followed b
Ih actual Gethsem-
01 fifth consecutive year
doing I It always SetA Candlelight Holy Communion at 11:45.: Mrs. Doris Grlner is the director SIS .W. }7tk .lM.
ane will conduct a Invited
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to tat toch.tr ) Christmas Eve service of Communion Service, but for again Christmas Day a t 11 of the choir. Members
.f anythingyou This will replace the
olio (torn Holy Communion will be heldin the first time In their new am. I program
to love by lov. the sanctuary. of the Wesley building at 1220 NE 23rd Blvd. I II Faith Indep. Baptist Church regular evening service.
Ing In my lift.I Foundation University Duplicate services will be con 1st Lutheran
I 'Itarntd to holt by Kotlng I Methodist Church Decem b er ducted at 7 and 11 p.m. TheMen's S...4., sc.... t:41 TnlMf Han,(:00M..i.
found that the more I hattdtht Lists Holiday ..... PRESBYTERIAN
people I found to 24 beginning at 11 pm. Chorus will sing and sent 11 00 Swvx 7 JO HIGHLANDS
.. Also the more they came All worshipers are Invited to Dennis Summer will present awlo. Services 719 N.W. 31st A,.. C. F. GEORGE, Fetter CHURCH
to hot "'.. I read 10m...... attend. I Pastor N. E. Kleffer will i Supervised Nursery During Church Services
Christmas week at First 1
thai you always gt bock what
you glvt out and that's for -- -- --- Lutheran Church, 1101 N W L _ __. .. __. .. .. ......... .L._ ..... ..4 .JO _;..... _
turt. I hod gtntrattd M much :,Fifth Ave, will feature three aBfttMti ..,
misery' for "YII" I finally turn. CIIURCII PAGE TO SHIFT special events leading with I'
In de rotIOft.I fl
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I mode my fiat friend fcv o I tonights' annual children'i
local church. Then my own ",Ir- PAPERStarting j Christmas service at 7:4i p.m. I I
ode started developing. Today TO FRIDAY I With the title, "I Believe." LIVING NATIVITY SCENE
I uddw at the thought the Christmas story will b e a
ever the btlng,good a work hate your again.column Keepup this coming Friday, Christmas Day. j old In song and narration by AT THI ft
It doing" You too may writ the Sun's Religion News Page will be published 1 children: of the Sunday School i i
your quntiont, quotation, or on Friday instead of Sunday. The change will from kindergarten through NORTH CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH M

comments for the P. O bereft fox 5)of. mean better timing for news of Gainesville area junior high. The organist will I 5 404 N.W. Hth Avt. *J5
many Norwalk., to Id.tor.Conn. Copyrlght churches and more advance notice for their be Thomas Rogers, and Sunday $ "After long and extensive preparation we are happy to present on outdoor Dramatic Production In *Jt

thai This publIC. Hr,fct ipon. congregation school superintendent bVfolph [ five scenes." See Joseph and Mary being turned away at the door of the Inn and then os they make Jot
the dead.lines
toradby: The shift of course also advances Wirth. N their way to the stable on their little donkey. Thrill as the lights fad. from one scene to the next and *VJ
for submitting church news) article to the On Christmas Eve, the traditional the music nsei and falls to pick up the shepherds on the tulh d.. You will see the "Monger Scene" Ta.
JONES-JOHNSON Sun church editor. Beginning this each week Wed the candlelight serf Ie.wiD e .. complete with "live animals." See Mary in humble submission before God. Observe Joseph 01 he J>
thurch new deadline will be S p.m. be held at 7:45 Then ,
must be pm. starts to put Mary away and then accepts Goers Will. This is on original script written by Rev M?
FUNERAL nesday. Arrangements for photograph M Christmas Day at II a.m 2 N. B. Longford and directed by Mrs. Audrey Howell using the Married Youno People! of the church
made by 1 p.m. on Tuesday hen will be a special wor Complete holf hour Monday Tuesday and Wed. Dec 21 22 and 7.00 .m.-b AK
frt 6.5361 The continued cooperation of church: "publicity hip service.The t every : p WBH !
agents" will help the Sun in this Improvement Rev Robert Sciaat kii. 930pm.

311 S. MAIN ST. of 1U service to readers. pastor. said the public is lasted. a $e5S3rBl

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Howard Hall Agency One Hour Mortl"I.ln..n.- =
Insurance Cleaners = HHZ-
Mr. Howard Hall William 1. Van Winkle, Sr. Zr
605 N.E.1st St. Four Gainesville Locations .::i

Jaffcoat Neon Signs ate,
Mr. Hubert C. Joffcoat
1611 IS. Main St.A&P .
Sun Finance ::
The Money Store -'::

Food Store 33 N. Main Street ;::

Lester Partridge601SW.2ndAvt. -

Raymond L.TassinerlW--:

{ General Contractor .;:W:
Mary Carter Paint Store Security Bulldmfj ::::
Robert & Helen Gerard 1105 W.. University Avs.Cordon's .-_
"501 N.W. 8th Ave.Guaranty e -
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'Dairy .:=:
Federal Saving
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AssociationMr. 930NE.Mth.Ave. :
t> Loan
Leo Thomas James Johnson* ? =.r.
Hsrshsl Coins ,=
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I Winn-Dixie Stores I u .ra.i
130 N.W. 6th St. ln i Central Hslrityllnf, College, ==.
1410 N. Main St.G.rtn.r' 1 11I Inc. ",' -
M,. 04.11 Hines SS

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Hugh M Mathews 1 :
2327 NE. 19th OrlvtCopsland Jonos-Joknson Funeral. Hom.
Mr. Herald A. Johnson

311 S. Main St. .'

[ Sausage Company
Alachua, Florida Y
McDuff Appliance Store .
Mr. C. loya Greene .
1121 N. Main St.
jpjSnien Or Forls Seed flriOarden
224 NW. 8th Avenue
1 J" .Jl Royal Crown loltllnf Co. ,
Mr. Jim H.4"." .
ft. M. Fields Deportment Stan 1201 I E, University Ave

Mr.1409 Joseph NW.E. Williamson 23rd Blvd. ffJL TJ-l6'1'/AlW of ASONj' -

THE ALL FOR CHURCH THE FOR ALLLwhla I* lltt nl' all .\ Iris old aloe y m.Jt tvtf area opals Ikt fovt /, lit>< Ctrhl Cilfif Town Solon fr Country leash .
Jim Voylot Appliance Co.
The Chu the greatest .. CL.ldmaa.a l.-J. Ashley laauly Center
James & Anne Voyles bbll P.ly.andNP..iL. eslalyia .1 Paa1 ..a..m .
> 419NW. 8th Avo.flodcock factor on for the building 3424 W, University Ave,

citizenship of character It is a storehounaof and good Jit lit 4./ a tony, "S!", /Jiytl, JJoly llyil, "mil lilt ttmtl I, ,../"J., dJ *>o ,tJo

spiritual vslues. Without ,/, ., mitt lit mJ / lit liar rtj Mo. lit Gainesville Nursing Center
Furniture a strong church lI.itb.10,1 l "rpi''yt I ioffy nsi, d. I"iftyil .l, yttllof ., SW 34th St. Northol

Asiociata Store cnn democracy survive nnr There civilization are four tit / .I on lit 1.,.. Archer Road
Gibbt Furniture

Mr. Kenneth. lit M.Ave.Gibbi102SW. sound person regularly should reanons and attend support why services,4 every the toMlk ./ lit Cymmloe,., Ckrttlmot tomH I* mtj,.,........ Jitm U ". 1./1. *o mhlftlot, Henderson Land ft Lumber,
church. They are: ((1)) For It djl Lirltlmmt ."tll Co. ..
b.11I. m"J tktrt't not mpl to m Irtt, 1111 ,. ,."' ., Mr.
own sake (2) For his children's Robinson L. Henderson2303NE

sake ((3)) For the sake cy lla lilt lit i.rli CL't,i..91 ., I maid 27th Ave.
Inc. of his community and ""tion.oJIo U tl mtrtfy m ttmto, lime / I It m /0. mt/Jo
Harold a. Gort"erMr.
Mr. (4)) For the sake of the church ,
1133. Virgil.W.Main Harvard St. itself which needs his morBI."J.ntJ U fully .lo ttt It I* lit .nikI1i..la's /. lit '-Ie.0.I First Federal Savings & ....
and material Plan \
support ; Loon Au'..
to go to church regularly Mr. T. Weds Harrison ?

and read your Bible daily. r>ir
Fullers Foto Inc.
Mr. Earl H. Davie,Jr. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
619W.UnlventyAvoCombi Isaiah Jeremiah Micah Luke Luke Romans ColoMlans Gelnosvllle OptlclensMiss
11:1-6 23.5-8 8:1-4 1.67-80 2:8-20 16:7.15: 1.9-20: Ole L. Rowan
805 W University Ave.Huanes .
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Lumber 6 Supply Co. t\ti io ,Md tf ;. ... "; h I!) I. .

Mr. A. L. Combs- fr Chestnut Funeral
Mr. Wm. E. Combs I Home
N.W. 8th Ave at 4th St.Sunnl..eI I I Mr. Charles S. Chestnut _

18 N.W, 8thAve.Firestone .

Jerry's Drive-In. ReitevrontMr. Ckendler's Drlvo-U
Food Fair Scores O'Neal's Mobile Homo Court
Packing Company H. Paul Niggard Restaurant Charlie 6 Llllie 0'Noel
1349 N W 23dAv.
M,. T. A. Nielsen Store
I. HerdfO 2310S.W.13thSt.
Mr. Tomas 3001 SE. Hawthorne R4
t 1120SW5thSt. N. Main at I Oth Avo. 720NW, I ith St. : Mr. Cherles 1.'Sud' .
304( W UniversryAveCelnesvllla .
Vide) Drug CompanyW. Edwards Ivilding' Supplies.
Holiday Inn RettovrentGenerel
L CoP'I... Rain 6 Owens Masonry Galnas Steak MONSO /I"..
lill'i Moat Room
W. P. leurgeoltI02E. Contractors, Inc. Mr. John H. Hlntermltter. J,. Mr. Merry C. dvords
Mr. Frank James A".. Production :
Mr. H. Ceburn Rain ImS.W.l3lhSt. ,. 726 S. Mam St.
Ernest Reiighton Mr. W. a. Owens Credit Aiseelotlen ;
1001NW.4thSt. 1423NW. 7th St. Mr. Henry M. Fresso
Alr-Wey Dry Cleaners & Howell's liislness/ College. Crowder's Nursery 43IOS.W (13th Sr.
Weifteretto Secreteriel Caurtes2l8W.UnlverstAva M,. G. H. Crowdsr
Mr. William L. Cloiper Rood
Orange Heights -
Town Tire Co.Mr 202 S.L Mth St. Maria Harmon Cosmetics McCellum Drug Company =
Mar erie C. Iytier
Ernest Tllfbfi11S .
IJ24W UniverslyAvo.
313 W. University Ave
N.W. 8th Ave I324E. University, AveJim .
University; City Television Celnenille Coca-Cola I :
Cable Co. Inc. Gainesville Greene Pouting C.
522 N. Man St. Marble WorksMr. 929 E. UnivorstyAve.Cainesville .
Ire*. .Tes.co Service D. Roy &...14.,. SandersCaniiructlen :
Yellow Cab of Gainesville Mr. Robert E. Irowej M,. Gerald D. Hard Co. .
J. Wallace I row. 1206 W. University,. 2l33SE.4rhSt.He ., Livestock Merkot M,. James L. Sanders :'.
Phone 376-cV411 University City lank / t:. Mr. Lennie; H.ThempseejN 2604 N I. 19th Drive ;'::
Mr. J. L llt.... .W. Cth St.
1116 W. University Ave.Keepers .
Celamen Kerosene tr Fvol .... of FlewersMr look of Hol"'era. ,
Maria Finance C.* Inc. OilMr.N.LColemen Resold Wheeler. M,. John J. Toykr .
M,. GMree L. Ellis 91'1W, UniversrtyAve.M.c's Me"MU'i Ante Gloss Howthorn.FloridoelkUsds.y.lni. :.
Ave c..llIC. Mr. J.",. L. Msvldm Ij
222 W, University 372-2842 .
M,. Ch,*. H. Abrams JZJ N W, 6th St. ",.
N.W. 23rd Blvd.


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Mr. A. D. Chemblets. Lynn Chapmen ..More and De"....." William L Mer. M,. Thames E.Soencsf .. ..
818 W. University Ave. 1014 r4. Mom St 1308 S. Main St. 1331. E.Unrvers.r/Ave. IN. Main St. 1302 N. Main St. -:::

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Desire Ills To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance ? J .:

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8 los Geineevill Sun Sunday, December 20, 1964E

Changing: Darien's Image |11
Berlin Wall for Christmas Reunions I ElectricalAppliances
i \ Opened DARIEN, Conn. (AP)-More Place.
than 150 Darien teen-agers attended The youngsters, anxious to
:: :BERLIN (AP) The Christ- 000 West Beriberi! had passed border guards and customs officials lowed to make two visits. more relaxed this year as they a dance and drank soft help restore good community .Installed
mas reunion of Berliners sepa- through by showing special at the checkpoints.West About 800,000 of West Berlin's were crossing through the wall, drinks Friday night, launchingtheir relations in Darien, scene of a Residential' Industrial Commtrclil
rated by the Red Wall began passes Issued by the Reds. Berlin police reported no 2.2 million Inhabitants are eligible for hey know there will be at drive to raise funds to sup-recent youth drinking scandal, CALL
Saturday as tens of thousands port a recreation center have leased recreation center
went into the Soviet sector of West Berlin police counted Incidents during the day. The to receive passes.This Is the least two more visiting periodsat "We made some money,"said for $300 a month. C. P. Dressier
than at four I
more ,000 cars the second Christmas since the wall
I. the,. divided city. road crossings Into East Berlin. wall will be open to West Bcrlln Easter and Whitsuntide. Susan Coyne, 17, a high school It's a brown-shingled barn Electrical Contractor
built In 1961 that reunions
-East German border guards Despite the throngs,the operation -ers with close relatives in the was Last year they had no assurance -Junior, who Is cochairman with and was used by the committeefor Phone FR 6-6193
opened the wall before dawn went smoothly, as Com- Soviet sector until Jan. 3. Dur-I have been,permitted. that they could ever see I Rufus Millett, 18, of the Darien the dance,where only coffee I 910 N.W. 4th St.
r :and by I late afternoon about 70, munist authorities reinforced ing this time they will _People _generally seemed their walled relatives again. Committee for a Youth Meeting and soft drinks were sold. --I-
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examinations ended 24, Christmas Day and Newyear's holiday period along with traveling In varied directions his teaching MOM my-of nut
assistantship to International Friendship Is open from 7 a rn to 4 p.m.i and emomcntnl trees l It oeainccua.d .
Friday and 15,701 Universityof Day.Residence Building N, which will house for the long break. Some will !
return to New Delhi for the making plans for students stay from now until It returns to a Of being l InittumcnlalIn
Florida students ihelved halls for students male students who are not be visiting with American ing on I tht death of tree. Protect
their books for a Christmas closed Saturday and will reopen leaving the campus. Special friends, others art using the holidays. Another foreign stu- campus. routine sihdule on Jan. 4. I 'vour tr.*i from this I kllltf: .
dent Is headed the United The main cafeteria will b. Colt FR 6-2661 for frti In.iptctKm
vacation and trimester break. across
Jan. 4 for students re- arrangements have been made vacation time as an opportunity The main library will stay i, end Mrimatt' ,
for women students who to of the United States to see the nation's open for lunch from 11 arm to
for planto
With the exception of emer- turning early winter trimester see more open from a arm until 5:30p
gency crews from the Plants regIstration. Classes resume spend the holidays In Gaines States, a few are going home West Coast and a number planto 1 28 p.m.. 10 and Doc.resume 21-U Its and regular Dec .m. on Dec. 21 23, Dec. 28- \Vf':
and Grounds Division and University Jan. II. ville. and some will remain here. visit New, York City and I II schedule Jan. .. The Campus 31 and Jan. 4 f. It will be 0&-
Hospital university Buckman Hall for graduati The University's more than One young student from In- Washington D.C. Club closes Dec. 24 27 and open from I:30 a m. until 12 20 N.W. U k A....n.ZU'
tUff members will be off Dec.I__men_u will_ __be_._open_.. during_ th I 600 foreign- .-- students-- -will-. be,dia _earned._ enough- money-- from- I The Gainesville Council for Dec 31 Jan. 1 but will be noon on Dec. 28 and Jan. 2.1 I
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* -Tj- Shoe Modern Repair Shop I Notes on College- Concert CircuitBy I 9i'1eTlNTNG 1POSTrr 'tom dine afttf1

I Heels Attached REID POOLE tlons Include heads of music de- accounting, advertising bookingand on their campuses with the exception v
I 5 Mins. Chairman Departmentof partments, directors of student contracts, relation of the of athletic events, in- r held In higher esteem b y quently compared, the result
I MusicUniversity unions, and faculty members concert program to the total cluding concerts films, lectures, the student body. The nominal not as favorable, at least a I
i i Soles Attached of Florida from several academic disci:university activities calendar drama, dance, and high quality charge to students also provides present, as one might hope.
This week's column Is being pines, who are chairmen of dealing with labor unions, "popular" entertainment pack- an element for manage- Rather, we must hold our hop
15 Mins. written In New York City,where concert and lecture committeeson policies on student attendanceand ability of the concert situation for improvement in these areas
this writer Is attending the their respective campuses. the sale of tickets to the! ages.Many of the smaller collegesalso ni which has proved invariably for the future, and again, hope
.At Two Locations I Eighth Annual Conference o f Delegates gain an Immense general public, and a seemingly present surprisingly ex. helpful I have not heard any that such Improvement la not
.1620 W. Univ. Are. I the Association of College and amount of help from exchangeof endless list of details I cellent and well managed series N b reports in this matter to( the In the too distant future.
Carolyn Plato University Concert M a nagers information with their c o 1- A National Pattern I although these progra m i contrary
FR 6.0315 and !More than 200 representativesfrom leagues who have situations or The college concert circuit Is! are not as extensive as those: of How About Us?
101 N. Main St. some 110) member Institutions problems similar, or in contrast, an Increasingly important factor' the larger universities. : The University of Flor 1 da,
are In attendance from a In the "cultural explosion" and Common Features and its Student Government
Opp. lot Nat'l Bank to their own, and from learningof I pR1Y1 ,N TNArs,
FR 6.5211 ,total association membership of solutions achieved on other In the concert and "legitlmate"lentertainment Over the rational plctu r e and Lyceum Council, are certainly eNe N..A"..e-m n.n/M 1
240 colleges and u n I v e rsitles.I campuses. Naturally, each dele- business which certain factors are almost un i I I to be commended for
I Delegates from member Institu emanates from New York. New I do not know of to
gate measures his local situation varying. any the amount of support given TONITE 3 Top Hits
York is the hub of the universefor
against a national pictureof college which does not attemptto concerts and other cultural ac- Ewlutiv Flnr An Showlnf
; : the college concert circuit 1 the concert business; but, serve Its community a t range historical, or the compre- tivities on the campus: But
( A TV: which has been emerging In recent for actual concert presentation, large, or which does not consider hensive' current, picture Indicates when we compare the Univer- EARLY BIRD SHOW
RENT It Is In ,
yielding some measure
its concert and related and
years. Problems dealt withIn anything other than the sity of Florida offerings Dan two l.7A INrN 1:70w :
the conference Include artls-I! to the college and university public offerings at an essentIal necessity for subsidy. This responsibility operations with those of other e NIN AR late AI 1:401b.bIsthe
IUCt1TELIVISION (,11' FR 2-0433 tic standards, budgets and financing presentations and to the growth part of Its educational program the colleges hay e universities with which the !
IlIJ.W!" l.tIlAv., auditorium facll l I 1-:of activity the in "cultural Herbert centers"over Barnett and a fringe benefit to the faculty accepted and are fulfilling with University of Florida Is frc-: ceremony
ties, ticket office operations and i iI Management, stated t hat and community. increasing success. .............
In all but a very few exceptional Quite a number of .. ..
whereas until recently his firm'sbusiness managers ." ..
was about 25 per cent cases, I the public cultural have reported that a mall
programs are,, and must be, ff
with the colleges and universities ,
subsidized student charge to students for concert
it has now become about rees or some, by other out activity. right admission increases student "' ...,...;JiII" ..
73 per cent with colleges and budgeting Icket sales help, attendance at cultural concerts ...R..RR.1
universities to 23 cent
per of course, but neither the long) and causes cultural concerts to MT NC i"tn AVI.21. NW lath AIM' eels
i all other elements.A .
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Shop bIB number of the large, and I
generally excellent, universities, I 1he CereMonyOF
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igan, Ohio State, Indiana, Unl DEATH
t King Mobile Homes Inc. Tonight h. mil* took 'Into the
.ee i7 versity, Michigan State, Illinois 1' e .y.l of rw.lv. min's 'Yn ,....
EASY of Cal
and the University inj ov.r rilloi tills
ifornia, have splendid programsof .111I.. .t hit h..rt.lnieeneeHotVey.
concert offerings run by full- e invites you to sea the
time, professionally qualifiedmanagers. i

WAY managers.effectively Frequently coordinate these ALL NEW MOBILE HOME "Robert Sarah V/alfcer Mites:

virtually. !public. presentations [ C. OHmI John Ireland
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tf Gainesville Sun December 30. 1964

Holiday She's Still Favorite rJJu

I AndYon I IBy

Events By SUSAN DELMONT Raggedy Ann was officially
Fifty years ago this month, christened In U18, when thousands -- -
RUTH WEIMER TODAY, December 20 a comic strip artist named of little girls got to Mr. and Mrs. William
Four more days. Then Jolly Old St. Nick will find each and Gainesville Golf and Coun Johnny Crude painted a face know and love ber. TODAY, December 2t Sister and their son, Thomas H.and Pierson at the Pier son
Duncan Rider, 8 p.m.,
try Club Christmas parties old doll and named Wedding of Miss Elizabeth
every chimney in Gainesville ready and have a quick snack on an rag Rider, home 1831 NW Tenth Ave
waiting to refresh him as he speeds from house to house. The for children of mem b era her Raggedy Ann. In 1918, Gruelle first wrote Burnett Meadows, Mr. and Mrs.
only Santa Claus flag in town is flying at the home of Mrs. Santa Claus party for preschool Dressed in red-striped stockings the Raggedy Ann stories. To daughter of Mrs. William R. Garvln, Iowa assisted by nue.Wedding
William of Miss Frances
first, second and Home and the late Hall I I. their son, G.
Byrd Fryer. This bright red standard was made by Ruth flouncy white apron and make sure the books were exhibited
walk third grade children, i t 0 flowered frock (beneath whichIs properly, the selectionof Edwards Meadows, and er, and Mrs. Rider of Gal. Gail Anderson, daughter of
several and causes comment from all who or
years ago 4:30 Club ball Bennie Shelton veston, Hotel Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Anderson
drive the Fryer home. p.m. room a fat red heart labelled 'I books was arranged with a Boyles, son
past Mrs. W. C. Thomas Jr. and of Mr. and Mrs. D. Carlos 23 and William Samuel
As the Christmas trees are decorated and the stockings Love You"), Raggedy Ann has Raggedy Ann doll next to WEDNESDAY, December
Mrs. Howard McKinney, hos- Boyles 3:30 First for out of Ivey, son of Mrs. Frances
turned Into a multi-million dollar them. pjn. Buffet supper
each in
made ready to hang, collegians are arriving day
of Mount Dora, 11
tesses. Fourth, fifth and sixth business. People passing by the dis- Methodist Church. Reception town guests and bridal panty hey
time to with the last minute preparations.
_. grade party, 2 to 4:30 p.m., From songs, dresses, haircuts play wanted to buy the dollas in the Fellowship Hall feting Miss Betty Anne a.m., St. Patrick's Church.
Mary Watson is home from son, Michael, a student at Teen Room, Mrs. Charles salads, puzzles, games, well as the books. So the Open House feting Miss Staler, fiance of Thomas Reception following at the
Marymount at Boca Raton to Wake Forest College, W J naton Plnkoson and Mrs. P h hip records, coloring books, sweatshirts doll was born. Betty Pound and her fiance, Duncan Rider, 5:30: p.m., Alpha Delta Pi Sorority
celebrate the holidays with dalem, N.C., arrived Fri Barton, hostesses. pajamas, masquerade To celebrate her fiftieth Alvin Alsobrook 5 to 7 p. Mr. and Mrs. George Butler: House.
her.parents, the Frank. Wat- day for the winter vacation. MONDAY, December 21 costumes to drapery material, birthday this month special m., Mr. and Mrs. WalterD. I. I
sons,. Christmas Community Sing all carry the likeness of the birthday parties win be lIveD Williams and their son,
Other the
guest 7:30: p.m., Entrance of the red haired moppet all ever the country and Raggedy Ensign Walter D. Williams I
arrived holidays with Ellen and Crier a uuaY
Loci Lee yesterday
University of Florida HospItaL Raggedy Ana's friendly and Ann will get an addition Jr., 540 NW 58th Street. suuinc '
where and their sons will be
tfom Birmingham MONDAY, December 21 geared
familiar face has changed little to her costume a handkerchief
she' College. Her parents, the Jones of Fort Gordon, Pound fiancee Alvin
7:30: p.m., City Recreation f pocket. Betty
H. A. Lees, spent a weekend Augusta, Ga., and Miss Ann Center. Alsobrook 12:30: p.m., GIFT
Originally her hair was a
recently Schouler of Baltimore, who
Mrs. Harold C t and
TUESDAY, December 22 aoft brown but today she Is a Children I will remember If n If troy
when .they attended Luciaaenlor attends Salem College In Win-
her Miss Linda
voice recital. aton-Salem. Holiday Dance, 8 to midnight redhead. Once her face was Raggedy Ann long after the daughter, IDEAWith ,,1
Roger Brill, Mike Hartman handpainted but now she hasa "Barbie doll and Chatty Gertner, 303 NW. 22nd
:IHome from McCallle Prep Sam Martin, Frederick peaches and cream complexion Cathy craze," has passed, as Street. r
School In Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs. Dallas Dickey will fly Henderson, David Smith, Ste- thanks to a silk screen the little limp moppet with Bridesmaids party honorIng Extra
aft'JUisty Black, son of the to Knoxville Wednesday to phen Fouts, Lee Summerllnand process. Her heart, at one shoebutton eyes and funny Miss Kay Nelson, bride- Life So Soft A Child
Charles Blacks; Dick Olln- spend Christmas with her Pat O'Neal, Gainesville time was made of chocolate, face that has served as a elect of Ronald Wiggins, 8 Long

ger, son of Mr. and Mrs. son, Doug, his wife, and their Golf and Country Club. hard candy or plastic, i Is now model for millions of Raggedy p.m., Miss Ruth Eubanks Krienke, *24 ,Can :Us.'Jr.
Miss Frances and
Donald OUnger, and. Chip I four sons, Donald,.. Danny, Open House honoring Dr. painted on forever, never to Ann dolls throughout the from
Miss Madalene Garrett at
Emmel, son of Dr. and Mrs. David and Daryl and Mrs. Alfred Diamont of be broken again. world. ,
the Krienke home 410 NW
Leonard EmmeLatari's Haverford, pa., 5 to 7 ,
a p.m. a
24th Street.TUESDAY D seas.ranA
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Manning Dauer, 2255 N W "
: Deloney, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox Fifth Place. December 2Z all
Ih:'iad Mrs. Dexter Delon- will be having a gay Yuletide 1 Luncheon feting Miss Betty -
Merry steppers Square
ejrlf to arrive this afternoon with both of their daughters Dance Club, 8 City Pound, bride elect of HtlltAtYlM OopaityFREE
from Harvard, where he is a home again. Recreation Center. Open rye' Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30 pm., it

fteshman. Mary Margaret, who Is House following, Mrs. and Mrs.Mrs. Robert Ralph Blodgett Van Carpenter and, PARKING ON TOWER LOT

:Dr. and Mrs. Sam P. Mar- working In Washington on Mrs. Marlon Forsman, 3429 12:30: Gainesville Golf;
tin drove up to Jacksonville Hubert Humphrey's staff Newberry Road. and Country Club. USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEThe
Thursday night to meet their under his Legislative Aide At Home, S to 7 p.m., Mr. -.z-I44 Rehearsal dinner honoring Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store
sin;' Sam, who flew down Stewart, will be a memberor and Mrs. Charles Freeman, Miss Elizabeth Anne
from Yale, where he is a attendant for Betty Ann 710 SW 27th Street, Colfvlew.
fieshman. Sister's wedding on Wednesday WEDNESDAY, December 23
: evening. Mary Margaret University City Bridge MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS LIVE FOR YEARSIN
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick and a college friend Club, 7:30: p.m., UF Faculty
Rblnes will have their share an apartment in Club, West Newberry Road. YOUR HEART AND THE FACE OF YOUR CHILD
sin and daughter home from Georgetown.Clara Gainesville Golf and Country
till University of Michigan who arrived Sat- Club, Holiday dance for
for the holidays. Peggy urday from Stetson, and her college and senior high 1
a Junior, arrived Saturday parents have Invited a friend, school students, 8.30: until 1
and Wally, a freshman Jack Sparks of Santo, Texas 1130 p.m., Mrs. Mitchell I ,.&. Come

will be home Tuesday who Is at graduate school Baumsteln hostess. Marta Llzabeth Riley, just as any little girl,
from Ann Arbor. at Penn State, to spend a portion 'SATURDAY, December 21
of the holidays with Open House, Ito 7 pm., could not resist poking Raggedy Ann ,to ate if the I
I The Rhlnes expect to entertain -
John Rlcbarl, also' them. Miss Kit Macdonald, 2244 NW hoe button was really an eye.
f. freshman student at the Enjoying the first Christmas Fourth Place. I see

University of Michigan, who in her new home at 710 I. II
will be here sometime during NE Fifth Terrace is Mlis
the holidays after h e Eleanor Crom. With the aid d.
playa in a golf tournament of countless friends, Eleanor YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE SantaPreserve
in Miami. John and his parents moved Tuesday to this new
the Dick RtchsrU, formerly address and is slowly getting DOWNTOWN ON THE SQUARE
lived In Gainesville. settled between visits
from friends from near and
Also visiting at the Rhlnes tar. v
horn fa Mrs. Rhine mother
Mrs. W. A.Clark of Pittsburgh ,
Mr and Mrs. L W. Mlmi
Pa., Dr. Rhines' mother
Mrs. George 'V, Rhine have as their guests their l'A
and sister, Mlis Mary daughter Dee Ann, now
Shines both of LaJolla, .Cal "Mrs. Dean Pappas of Baltimore
ifornia, have returned to and her husband,
Dean, who flew down from i
their home after a visit of
several weeks here. Baltimore Thursday to spenda MOTHERS:

a ". week. for your little misses / ,
SIZES 4 TO 14 the wondrous magic and joy that lights
The first family reunion In Home with their parents,
13 years will be celebratedat Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Wilson, the face of your child l as he or she sits on Santa's
the home of Dr. and Mrs. for Christmas will be Dr.
John Moorman this Christmas James Wilson, Mrs. Wilson lop and tells him of their Christmas Dreams.
Season. John's sisters, and their children, Lois, l
Mr,. Bruce Evan, and Mr. Gary, Mary Elizabeth, and Have your child's picture token with Santo a lasting '

Evans of Denver and Mrs. Marcia, of Raleigh, N. C., remembrance
of this Christmas that will become
Ruth Kembla of Ames, Iowa and John B. Hll'on, Mrs.

arrived by plane yester Wilson and their 10 month yL more precious as the years go by
day. The trio will remain until old son, John Jr., Greencas-
January 2. tie, Ind. f 1 t to you and to them too !

The two Wilson boys, who
grew up here and graduated : r ilwt
Mlu Rue Wallace, who Is from the University of :: : .
on the faculty of Maderla Florida, will be dashing all PL : ;c9- ,

School, Greenway, Va., will about greeting long time _
be home Tuesday to spendthe friends. Both have followedIn .t'v
.holidays with her par. their father's footsteps
ents, the J. Howard Wal- and are professors. James Y y
laces, at their new home in is a member of the North Carolina 11 J fr
MftlfBst. State College faculty
and John is a member of the
DePsuvr University faculty
Flying from West Berlin to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence \
New York to Jacksonvillewill O'Neill have returned from .
be Miss Monlka Godze- St. Petersburg Beach where
wild of West Berlin, who will they attended funeral services 0 t '
be the houseguest of Mr. for the former's broth
and Mrs. Grier Klrkpatrkk er-in-law, David Esleea
for a month. Their ion, Booth. Mrs. Booth expects to !
George will drive over to come to Gainesville to be Red flannelette GOWNS and matching PAJAMAS $3.98 each ; ,

meet her plane today. with the O'Neills for several Lacy trimmed dainty patterned PAJAMAS . . .3.00
The Klrkpatrlcks' younger_ _days__later_ this month...
h Matching GOWNS and they're 10 popular now .. .3.00

Somethingavonderful happens ROBES to match the red gowns and pajamas and ROBES
of Kodel by Majeitic. Prices range from $4.93 to $9.98 i

Slim Jim Sets 01 pictured with stretch pants. Others with 1 -
corduroy or knit pants. All with' goyly colored tops In PuH- y1*

or cardigans . . . . . . .b4.98to$6.93

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Sleeping; bog ..12.95Christmas

Gifts Miners Tent .13.95 .e

Cook kit. . 2.75 8x10 $z 50

for Boy Scouts Canteen, 2qt. size 3.00 PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH each

when you give $1.50 Deposit Required Money Beck Guarantee _

EATON'S Fine Letter Papers /s Signal set; doubt 3.95 Milling Arre"|.i..*ti Available _

Radio Kit. Cubs 4.50

Driiglit Is doubled when yew gifts of btoa's Floe Uttn Radio Kit. Scouts 8.95 BRING YOUR CHilD TO SEE SANTA
Papers bring happy returns by mill
TOilet set. odd
Out colltctloB ef Etlon'i chirmlnf pipers rtdUtt flit a tax to 1. . 2.39 Monkey Tuesday Wednesday 1 f.M. Ie S P.M., ,BJ 6 r.M..10 ,..MHither -
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Scout Axe . ".65
Bugle . . *,95
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OFFICE Cub Scout Knife .1.15
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Wedding Bells. Blend with Christ mas Bells I I

'.,0. BrownHazenSaturday Informal.. Party I I IDr.

If and Mrs. S. A. Husseyand of the bride -to-be, and
afternoon In the Alpha Delta Pi sorority Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. her grandparents, Mr, and
\- First Baptist Church, Miss 1 house. Thomas entertained Friday Mrs. C. Addison Pound Sr.,
... Mary Ruth Hazen, daughterof evening with an Informal Mr and Mrs. L. J. Thomaa
II ws > Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfred Assisting In the courtesieswere party at the Thomas homeas Jr., Mr, and Mrs. J. N. An-
kvj Monroe Hazen, became the Mrs. D. Carlos Boyles, a pre wedding courtesy derson Jr., Mr and Mrs.
1.e f bride of Ted RaymondBrown Mrs. Ronald Boyles, Mrs. for Miss Betty Pound and Bill Fleming.
, son of Mr. and Mrs Dale Jones of Leesburg; Mrs. her fiance Alvin Alsobrook.
Raymond W. Brown of Mid- M. F. Harvey and Mrs. Vas- Mr. and Mrs. Riley Blitch,
dletown, Ohio. Rev Dr. Mrs. J, Purvis Hazen of Ocala The serving! table, laid with a Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Davis

Fred T. Laughon Jr., pastor Mrs. Bernard B olu l sheer embroidered linen cloth Mr. and !Mrs. Gordon H.
Mrs. 0. G. Strayborn of Wildwood was centered with a crystaland
officiated for the -
cere- Blitch, Mr. and Mrs. Newton
silver epergne adorned
Mrs. Maxey Powell of i
mony. Williston; Mrs. Bernard Boy. with white stock and chrysanthemums EbaiiRh, Mr. and Mrs. JVN.:

Nuptial music was given les, and Mrs. A. G. Hazen, Green candles, silver Anderson III, Mr. and Mrs.
: by Miss Carol Boyles, solo- all aunts of the bride; Mrs. leaves and green grapes William George McCraa.
ist, and Mrs. Selden Waldo, James E. Hazes, a cousinof completed the table decor. Miss Ashton Barfield, MISS
organist. the bride, and Mrs. FredT. Guests included the honored lIelen Graham, Fred Neal,
Laughon, Mrs. W. H. Mo couple Mr. and Mrs C. Rev. J. Gary Waller .and
floor baskets of chrysanthemums Dowall, Mrs. John Molt, Addison Pound Jr., parents Torsion Andersen. '
and gladioliand Mrs. Jerry Mrs. -- .
adorn pine the garlands altar.were usedto Earl Petty and Mrs. W. E. 1 I I"sr Ii
Cellon. f Prc-CIIRIST111iS SALE.

Bridal Suzan attendants Lorene Hazen w e reMiss The bride's book was kept SAVE UP TO H-YJ OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE Ohs
by Miss Susan Stephens, Miss
sister of the bride, maid of coe V. Hazen, both of Starke; i FALL & WINTER .. t. 'WOMEN'S WEAR
honor; Miss Marjorie Jean ..
Oinda Chambelin and Miss .' 2.o"'l
Glenn, Miss Barbara Robin Libby. Edmards. .,...
Graham and Miss Nancy r
Dee Williams bridesmaids, Rice bags were distributedby DRESSES Cr w. DRESSES ...
and Mrs. Leon Shoal J r., Patricia Janes, Linda I COORDINATES '.('t b SUITS;
sMrs. matron of honor. Boyles. JOY Hazen. and Bonnie \ k
Deborah, Ann and Sandra Were Now CIJ 11' Were Now.

gowns All wore of red door satin- length. faced t Boyles, all cousins of the 15.00 1.51 30.00 19.91

peas de sole and carried bride. Mrs. John Evan Hudson Jr. 20.00 10.00 35.00 21.97

I Milton Hargraves Baxley n white poinsettias and holly. To travel, the bride worea I 25.00 12.51 : 40.00 26,97
forest wool suit l t
Given In marriage by her green
with brown accessories. HudsonSteckertThe j II
father, the bride wore a
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BaxleyGatrellFAIRFIELD gown of white satin faced continue studies WOOL SWEATERS Choose from
peau de sole with re-embroi the wide selectlo .
Upon their return from a I Holy Trinity Eplwop- A reception In the Patio .
dered Alencon lace bodice wedding trip to New York! al Church was the setting Room of the Hotel, Thomas SLACKS of blouses, sklrts--
and fashioned with detach
Miss Sandra lee and a of for the marriage of Miss followed the cerem 0 n .
corsage pink able train. A satin pill box City, the newlyweds will be I y. 7,98 5.99 Slacks and shorts9,98
Lee Gatrell, daughter of cymbidium orchids. trimmed with seed at home at 1718 NW Third I I Mildred Caroline Steckert, Christmas greens, camelliasand 7,49 also reduced.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Donald Clark Whiddon, Gainesville I pearls Avenue. They will continue' daughter of Mrs. William H. candles were used hi
held her veil of silk Illu Steckert and the late Mr. 11.98 8.99 ..
the .
CatreU,' and Milton served as best man. their studies at the University appointments.For
Hargraves Baxley II, son Groomsman w t r e Allison sion. Her flowers were a of Florida where the bride| Steckert, and John Evans her wedding trip, the ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Han Folds, Rudolph Certner, Jim. spray of white roses. will be graduated In April Hudson Jr., son of Mr. and bride selected a three-piece wrap-
graves Baxley of Gainesville my Weir, Scott Dansby, and Stephen Singer Brown was and the bridegroom will receive Mrs. John E. Hudson Sr., ensemble of robin's egg blue- free gift
were married Saturday Griffith McSwIne, Gaines best man for his brother and his degree In August Saturday afternoon.Rev. mohair with cranberry ac I Give her something ping on all
afternoon In the Fairfield I vile ushers were James Allen Among the out of town Eugene E. Ruyle, assistant cessories. feminine from our
Presbyterian Church. Dr. U. Follows Brown, brother of the bride guests here for the weddingwere rector, read the cere- After a honeymoon In New lingerie department J. I purchostl
S. Gordon of Gainesville per Reception groom; Winfred Monroe Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond mony following a program ofI Orleans, Mr and Mrs.
formed the double ring cere- Following the ceremony a zen Jr., brother of the bride; W. Brown of Mid I i nuptial music by Dr. David son Jr. will be at home 1100-// pegnoirs gowns, ,.
mony. reception, given by Mr. and Arthur Ivan Jacobs, Fred dletown, Ohio, parents of Stryker, organist 1019 SW Sixth Avenue. robes poamas(
Miss Lois Dickson, organist Mrs. Gatrell, was held at Thomas Laughon III, Thom. the bridegroom; and Ms brothers Two arrangements of white Out of town guests here for i slips
of the Reddick Community Cen- as Robert Sant and Gordon Stepehen Singer Brown Fuji chrysanthemums and the wedding festivities
presented a program
nuptial music and accompanied ter, which was decorated by Owen. and James Allen Brown; Mrs. stock wert. used to adorn the ed Mrs Caroline S.
Stevie Alton, soloist. Mrs. J. K. Alton and Mrs. L. For her daughter's wedding Joseph "W. Singer, Mr. and, altar. ton, Mr. and Mrs. C InclUd-/I /
The chancel was decorated K. Edwards. the bride's mother Mrs. W. E. Brown, Mrs and Cousin Escorts Bride Waters, Miss Rubin Open 11)0 AM until 311 N.W. Uth St :
with a large fan shape The bridestable was c < n- chose, a rose beige lace Mrs. Maxey Powell, Mr. and The bride, escorted by her Waters and Chris Waters, 9:00: P.M. thru D.c. ZJ Ph. 'R 1-1511 "
arrangement of large white tered by a wedding cake. A sheath. The bridegroom's mo- Mrs. H. B. Unger, Mr. and cousin, William S. Boylston and Mr and Mn. William S. .
chrysanthemums, fujil mums silver candelabrum was placed ther wore a gold crepe Mrs. M. F. Hazcn and Mr. of Sarasota, wore a gown of Boy laton, all of Sarawla.! and -
and white gladioli flanked at one side and the sliver sheath. Both had orchid cor and Mrs. V. V. Hazen, all I 1 1of .white delustered Sata- peal Mrs. Jeanette Skinner of
with brass tre candelabraand coffee service at the other sages. Starke; Mr, and Mrs. O. and Alencon lace fashioned Jacksonville. A FOR THE
G. of Wildwood with full chapel train. Her
greenery. Reception At ADPI louse Strayhorn ; '
The bridal attendents were Mr. and Mrs. J. Purvis Haz fingertip-length veil of Illusion I }
Miss Donna Sue Catrell, sister The punch tables were overlaid Mr. and Mrs. Hazen entertained en, Ocala; and Mr. and Mrs.H. was held by a Uara of Al Bridal nnegJ GIRLSCountry
of the bride, maid of honor with white cloths garlanded with a reception following Dale Jones and children, encon lace reembroideredwith ALWAYI PI"IT QUALITY
Miss Mary Francis Mc- with greenery and the ceremony at the Leesburg. seed pearls and sequins.She .
Auley, Miss Sharon Frel- red satin roses. carried a bouquet of I 'I

muth, Reddick, Miss Gin The bride's book table white carnations and while LuncheonComplimenting
Whiddon and Miss L y ndaBrown was adorned with an an- cymbidium orchids.

Gainesville, brides- tiau candelabrum- and the 91(. Mrs. Edward J. Whltley I Miss Beth A 4i
maw bride's. bouquet. k Jr, was matron of honor, Meadows, who will becomethe
The attendants wore a floor The guest book was kept by h Mrs. Frederick C. Damman bride of Shelton Boyle
length gown of flame red Mrs. Douglas Davis, and HI was brides matron and today during i ceremony In
chiffon over iota peau and the Misses Altha Louise De- 0 Miiis Jan Ellen Hudson, slater the First Methodist Church,
headpieces of latIn bows hold- Vore, Miss Gail Glad- v ,i, of the bridegroom, was the bridesmaids luncheon
In? Fuji chrysanthemumswith ney, Miss Carol Murphree, junior bridesmaid.The was given Saturday.
velvet ribbon. Miss Lena Keep and Miss Karen three attendants wore Hostess for the pre-nuptlal
Miss Lori Ann Mason, cousin Gibson. afternoon gowns of flame red
of the bride, the flower Among those assist 'iS satin peau de sot with matching party was Mrs. Paul Smy.
nor, entertained at the
girl wore an off white cry- ing were: Mrs. J. K. Aiton, pillboxes with Illusion Inn.
staline frock and carried a Mrs. E. F. Gibson Mrs. 0. circular veils./ All carried Holiday
t Pink
white Illusion basket filled D Huff Jr., Mrs. Cecil Mo j k' cascades of white Fuji chry- breath roses and baby's.
with petals. The ring bearer Rae, Mrs. Rufus Stanley, santhemurns.Brotlier. formed the centerpiece
Billy Mason, also a cou- Mrs. William Chappell, Mrs. Best Man for the luncheon table.
sin of the bride, carrieda L. K. Edwards Jr., Mrs. Ed- $4 William S. Hudson, brother Miniature bridal bouquets
heart-shaped satin pillow. sal Rowan, Miss Louise De of the bridegroom was marked places for the following -
Gloria Whale best man and Rkhard N. guests
Bride Vore, Miss y, 44.
Father Escorts
Mrs. Whorta McAuley, Mrs. Hudson, alto a brother of the The honoree, her mother,
Given In marriage by her T L. Bates, Miss Monica bridegroom, Edward J. Whitley Mrs. W R. /Home, the bridegroom a a
father, the bride chose a formal Alton, Miss Carolyn Den- Jr. and Glenn R. Hudson elect's mother, Mrs. I
gown of candlelight peau nard Mrs. Lewis Grubbs, were ushers. Carlos Boyles, Miss Yancey
de sole adorned with r. em- Mrs. Stan Toole, Mrs. Elmer Y The bride's mother chose Harris, Miss Shirley HardJ.
broidered Alencon lace. The Ileubeck, Mrs. M. M. sn eggshell silk dress with i son, Miss Diane Trotter, Miss
chapel train cascaded froma Richardson, Mrs. Aggie Teu- lace bodice and matching) Carol Boyle and Mill Prix I
flat bow attached at the ton, Mrs. W. L. Cook, Mrs. jacket and olden brown accessories. cllla Home.
waist. Her fingertip length Carrie Robbins Mrs. J. L. The bridegroom's During the luncheon, the I
veil of silk Illusion was attached Strange, Mrs. Ben McLauch- mother wore a sky blue lace bride-to be presented her
to an open pillbox of lin. Miss Judy Gibson, Miss gown with matching Jacket attendants with gifts of dewdrop I
silk ribbons braided with a Judy Rou, Miss Marcie Rou, s and matching acceuorlnI pearl 1 necklaces. :
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matching accessories and a Mrs. Kenneth Durrsnct and -
small sequin bat Her corsage Miss Dixie McLauchlin.
was of orchids. When the couple left for
The mother of the bridegroom their wedding trip, the bride
wort a pistachio green wore a three piece mauve Mr*. Te4 Ray mead Brtwe
crepe sheath dresa with overblouse and bone tweed suit with a r 1' : \
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II I i .Decker-Dunnmon. Solemnized Vows ReadI Little Women To Give 1 Holiday Newcomers Party I UNWANTED FACIAL HAIR -,

i in St Matthew's Lutheran Gainesville Newcomers and'I Will Be A Problem No More
: Church of Jacksonville, guests were entertained with a I'
i the marriage of Miss Cam- r Christmas TeaLittle dinner-dance recently at the wh.n you call Edmund Dwyer,ismilleddolsctroiCSIst
I elle Dunnmon and Glenn l Hotel Thomas. II and present tho your relUlh and the
I Allen Decker look Saturday him. You con spend an
place Decorations In keeping with permanently. Why daisy?
afternoon with Rev. Women will hold their Miss Sandra Thomas, Miss I the holiday season were used I hole a gone ....,.. Rsees.f
: J. D. Sheppard officiating for annual Christmas Tea this Ruth Trimmer, Miss Sonja In all appointment.. Pri/cs I
: the double ring ceremony. afternoon from 3:30: to 9 o' Hanes Miss Pat Hennes e y, were won by Mrs. James EDMUNDDVYERILECTROLOGIST
I The bride Is the daughterof clock at the Gainesville I Miss Vicki Krezdorn Miss Stock and Mrs. Maude Dirck-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Woman's Clubhouse, W e s tUnlver.ity Nancy Walters and Miss Judy erson.A University Are. ** 1-8039
Dunnrnon of Jacksonville and Avenue.Invitations Whiddon social hour was held pre- 107 W.
the bridegroom la the ion cecdlng the dinner and carol
have been Issued A Christmas red cloth l
of Dr. and Mrs. Phares Decker ,
closed I the
singing party
to the former members of
of Gainesville Fla. to the Woman's Clubby
The entrance to the chancelwas graduating classes '63 and (4 the Crafts Division, will
banked with baskets of and mothers of the present cover the serving table and a
gladioli and white snowdrop members topiary tree of camellias will From Libbye'sPerfectly fww
pompoms and the two lecterns a iI Advisers for the tee are form the centerpIece.
were graced with poinlettlas. Mrs. Charles Becker, Mrs. J. IfJ
The altar cross, Graham Halle, and Mrs. Mar
sn.t) ined with white tulle, cus Milam. .
MS flanked by brass caruhUbM -
Mrs Victor l Nettles and *:;*
Richard Thorburn, soloist, Mrs. Ernest Campbell, f or- & }

aniQtrs Edgar Pig?, pianist 1 mer advisers, will serve the wonderful to please her at
.! ; provided the nuptial punch. / way
music. Chairmen for the afternoonare Christmas give sportswear! At Libbye'syou'll
grayer Book Carried Mr*. Glenn Allen Decker Miss Susan Hardee and of styles and
The bride, given In marriage Miss Kay Herndon, who will discover the most complete array
son, Fla., Robert McNamera, by Miss Mary Jane Power.
her father, wore a i.
sheath by of Venetian lace fainloncd Curtis Peterson and David For traveling, the bride committee be assisted by the following colors. all smart. oil sportive!
train. Her Decker, brother of the bride- wore a beige wool suit, mink :
with chapel
groom, all of Gainesville I hat, brown accessories anda Miss Susan Adklsson, Miss
full length veil was held bya Susan Miss SWEATERS
Clarkson Eliza
were ushers. white orchid travel underChristmas
crown of lace re embroid- beth Crozier, Miss Margaret put
ered with, pearls and crys- David and Dunnmon Edgar Plgg was Jr acolyte was To Live in Auburn Gaven, Miss Patty Gl1l11a n d, ( SKIRTS TEE TOPS QUILTED SKI! I JACKETS
tals. She carried a lace-cov- After January 1, the newlyweds Miss Sally Goodwin, Miss
efM prayer book and whit ring The bearer.bride's mother wort will be at home In Patricia Green, Miss Caroline free!Ilor J SLIM JIMS STRETCH PANTS
cattleya orchid showered of Auburn, Ala., where the I Newsome, Miss Ellen Osier .
stephanotis and holly a sheath and matching coat bridegroom Is a Junior h the 2-PIECE DRESSES 3-PIECE OUTFITS
of pink brocade, pink accessories bind, Miss Helen Pierce, Miss that Vary Sfwlol Parson M
Attendants Wear Red and corsage of hot School of Veterinary Medi- Carol Ann Roundtree, Mils your ChrliliMi' .1'...lha moil
Attendants for the bride of pink cynbldlum orchids. The cine at Auburn Unlvers 11 y. Schelly Smith I Miss Linda thrilling I''lfl" of ill|| Iravill W| \W Us. Your Central I Charge '
were Mrs. Sharon Dorso The bride was graduatedfrom I
bridegroom's mother wore a Tarrant Miss Penny Taylor boos travel gilts at ill print from
Gainesville, matron of h o nor the University of Florida 1\ Free Beautiful Gift Wrapping
; Miss Pharlee Decker of sheath dress of hot pink brocade this December. kudgrt rati plum tickets|g world
Gainesville, sister of the With matching J a c kit Among the out of town cruliifc Wi nil jilt" Mrtlflcotii, Open Every Night 'Til Dec. 23dLIBBYE'S
bridegroom, bridesmaid; Mrs. white accessories and corsage toe, for credit 'toward any trip... ,
guests attending were Mr.
Jacksonville, of light pink cymbidium tnywhirs the .
Linda Steele of orchids. and Mrs. J. W. Daniel, Mr. throughout glob*
brldeimatron.! and Miss Ann and Mrs Charles Hileman
Hileman of Kannapolls, N.C., Reception Held all of Kannapolls, N.C. Mr. i.
Following the ceremony, f\ WORLD !
Junlo; bridesmaid and Mrs. Don Schwartz, New '5Ai'TRAVEL
the bride's entertained Free On
parents Parking
The senior attendants wort !
sheath dresses of rouge velvet with a reception at the York Charles City; Mr.and and Mrs. J First Federal
Almy daughter INATOWN
Thunderbird Inn of Jacksonville TO
cascades of red
Cindy, Melb o u r n e; MEET FOR NOON SERVICE
carnations end holly and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNa LUNCH.
wore tiaras of holly, The Jun- The three serving tablet mera, Mr. and Mrs. M'rh-' 1106 W. UNIVO. AV!. 101 W. U.lv. M 4.4441 NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATREng"J'
ior bridesmaid wore a red appointed In red and white, act Dorso, Mr. and Mrs. David i -" --
:velvet: frock fashioned with were decorated with seasonal Decker, all of Gainesville -
skirt. flowers and silver cande-
bell shaped
John Plant
Henry ,
Little Miss Jean Hilom.ui labra. The bride's table was '
Madison Miss
Mary Powerof
of Kannapolls, N.C., flower laid with a white silk organza Orlando, and Jerry Tera-
girl wore a red velvet (rock cloth. Red poinsettias flank- no of Miami, Beach.
with bell-shaped skirt. ed the wedding cake and can-
The bridegroom's father delabra were placed at either -
served as his best man. end of the table. Now Shipping ALWAYS FIR
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.undo,. December %0. 1964 Gainesville Sun .,g 1

J. ENGAGEMENTS ZaslerKah'nOAK served four years In the U.S. at the University of Florida J

RIDGE, Tenn. Announcement bride-elect's parents.The Air Force, three of which and will receive his degree
in August 1963. His fratern-
were spent in London, England
of the engage* bride elect was graduated ity Is Tau Epsilon Phi.
ment and approaching m a rrlaga from the Oak Ridge He Is an advertising The wedding will take

Reynolds- of Miss Dorothy Joan High School. A student at the major In the School of Jour. place August 15 in Oak

Zasler, Oak Ridge, T e n n., University of Florida majoring ] nalism and Communications Ridge. ,_ __ ,___ __,__
SlaughterST. h 2r and Howard Edwin Kahn of in education, she will
Gainesville, Ion of Mr and graduate In August 1963.
PETERSBURG Mrs. Leon L Kahn of Lakeland Mr. Kahn, a graduate: of Light and lithe leath r. .
An- Is made today the School
by the Lakeland High ,
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nouncement of the I
engagement f KK e""""""".."I'CI'C."I(...K KKKKrKMr fluffy-warm lining

and of Miss approaching Patricia Sharon marriage Men Love gifts from \

Reynolds, daughter of i \GADDUM INTERIORS } a dSj&
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Reynolds, __ 4
Shtatfcr deknl. $10. Pip rocks $6. 1
of St. Petersburg and the late ) Go and Chess games $5, $10 High In. i
Victor S. Reynolds, to John k + family LampHUi $20, Wall hanging "SORORITY"Comfy
thtlvti $7. Wooden boards
a i carving $9. 2
Bided Slaughter Jr.,son of Lt. Slippers
Co!. and Mrs. John E. Slaughter I ya 2
Miss Dorothy Joan Zasler I 21 S.W,10th Street :
(USA Retired) of Gaines
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roaching marriage of M is s Award for leadership and
Reynolds, was graduated Anne Elizabeth Chipley, scholarship.Mr. Slacks '!-1" Robes .

from Northeast High 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hartman Is the grandson Sweaters Peignoirs
School and attended St. Pe- L. Chipley, to William 'of the late Mr. and Mrs. Shorts ( ? Slips

tersburg Junior College, Taylor Hartman, son of Mr Warren Sherman Taylor a nd
where she was a member of and Mrs. Merton T. Hart the late Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
man Jr., Is announced today Hartman Sr., all of Gaines- ,
the Mano Social Club. She Is
by the bride-elect's parents. ville.
a senior at the of
The wedding will be an He is president of the Benton HER
Florida. Her is Phi :
sorority event of May 13 at the First Engineering Society;
Bone end Heaven
Presbyterian Church. vice president of Tau Beta 'tat
Mu.Mr. Christmas Blue Iur-lined Lto $7srsthere
Slaughter, a graduateof Both Miss Chipley and Mr. PI and a member of Sigma i .
Gainesville High School Hartman are graduates of Tau, honorary engineering I SIZES 4 eo 1 D,
societies, and of Phi Eta Sigma ,
Gainesville High School and AA to d
will be graduated from the I
He has served as Honor Burlington
are candidates for graduation Shedowlln,
University of Florida this .
Court Justice from the USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
month and will also receivehis with high honors fr o m and
of as I
commission as a second the University of Florida in Vice Chancellor of the Honor 311 NW 13th St. OPEN TIL 9 P.M TIL CHRISTMAS

lieutenant in the U. S. Army. April Court. He Is a member o f
His fraternity Is PI Kappa Miss Chipley Is the maternal Sigma Chi fraternity.
granddaughter of Julius A. N
Phi.Mr. Johnsen of Fayetteville N. PAGAN'SBOOTERY
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signed to basic training at and Mrs. Edmund L. Ever add a little minced cal' Dresses Serbin Jewelry

the Quartermaster School In Chipley Sr of Bokulla, Fla., ery and very finely grated car Suits Nordis Cosmetics
Fort Lee, Va. and the late Mr. Chipley. rot to ready prepared cheese Coordinates Mancini Stockings
? Pleasant flavor change!
To honor their son and The bride elect, a past soup Ensembles Jr. Theme Knee Socks
his fiancee, Colonel and Mrs. president of Little Women, Is Formats Lynbrook HandbagsOPEN 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Slaughter entertained recent. president of Delta Delta Delta Drain canned apricots and 8:30 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DEC. 23 Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
them with soft custard
ly with an open house a t sorority; vice president of serve a
their home. Mortar Board and received sauce for a lovely dessert. |I
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CUT ChristmasTREES YOUR OWN. i ChanceCarver r : Assembly/. Has Christmas Ball

and Mrs. Clifford C. Bean-
Children of members of the at either end of the ballroom. Mr.
1 Solemnized In the presenceof The bride Is the daughter of Junior Assembly were en- The stage was decorated with ley, Mr. and Mra. William B.

I. I'c.. pill, cods close friends and members Municipal Judge W. G. Carver tertained Friday evening with bannister covered with holly Crow, Dr. and Mrs.'Henry H
011 ....L IDe 0 of the two families, the wed and Mrs. Carver of Lakeland 4 t a L. F.
and Mrs
Ball at the
A... ,,'''"blt. arln.1.mlly. Y a Christmas and poinsettiab. Graham, Mr.
ding of Miss Carolyn Jean and the bridegroom lathe Club.
Gainesville and' Mrs.
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11 ml Wnt I U m Carver and Chester Burt son of Dr. and Mrs M. Chaperones for the evening Hubener .
Rood. "IYtr' Music for this formal) party
Nowtarrv .
"Chuck" Chance took place Dean Chance of Coconut Charles A.
Root110. Hit' was furnished by t h e Road were Dr. and Mrs. Murphy,
Iitim. Wstcbor Thursday evening in (the Unl- Grove
lloni III IIIfdO fnxtf Runneri
Methodist Church with
Wedding music was provided Guests received b I
Rch.rd b were y
Rev. Thaxton Springfield,
Geo.(. I. Flrtchtr officiating. by Mrs. Arnold Wirtala, organist Dr. and Mrs. Purdon Murphy

The club was decorated in ON I
Christmas 3 i ,ms keeping with the holiday season -
I polo set-
FOR THE MAN tlas and red greens candles adornedthe with two white Christmas THE .SQUARE1Se6ay. I II
trees on either aide of the
ON YOUR GIFT 'LISTCAIn altar. J .. front entrance and red foil I I
Given in marriage by her 0, bows with holly placed on the '
father, the bride wore a beige 4/rz lyr 1 front doors ,

brocade suit with match I In g $ A large Christmas tree dec
accessories and carried awhile orated In traditional fashion

orchid and white Bible. : -1 added to the colorful decorations

Miss Katherine Alsop, maid ",; .
of honor .$4,:, Red poinsettias In. sliver
wore a pale I blue ," ., v
candelabra formed the centerpiece
suit, matching accessories
f' : I
Her bouquet was of for the punch table I
red carnations. which was covered with green

Steve Chance, brother 0 f lame. Red punch was served
the bridegroom, was best man ,. .\ from a silver punch bowl. .
and ushers were Charles T. ": Sprays of red poinsettiasand
Holden and William Staab. ir. holly were used to decorate KAVSIRI
Following the wedding, a ; ;: the walls and garlands by
of felt poinsettias and holly
reception was at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Spring were used over the archways

field.Assisting In the hospitalities 4',1.,.,> Golden Age I I ofr
were Mrs. Nicholas Cfcotas, l-M'
Mrs. Frances Rlon, Mrs. PaulL. "' I
Martz, Mrs. Charles I. Holiday PartyGolden
Holden and Mrs. Bryant Carroll Mrs. James William Paine
Age Club mem b e r shad
their annual Christ m a
The bride's book was kept Party yesterday at the Recreation
Lakeland.For by Mrs. Robert Siegel of PainePralleDAYTONA // Center when voice itu'I

dents, under the direction o I,
I traveling, the bride
Dr. Vere Richards presented
chose a red wool suit with BEACH Miss brother of the bride; James S
I black accessories Marilyn Louise Pralle, daughter Van Sanborn of St. Petersburg Carol Singing program.

I After a wedding trip to St of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. and William l l l Holcum Following the program, refreshments
Augustine, the newlyweds Pralle of Daytona Beach and were served and an
establish a. home In Tampa, formerly of Gainesville, and HI, Raleigh, NC. exchange of presents toot

where Mr. Chance will be associated James William Paine, Rich Nephew Is Rlngbearer place

with the law firm, mond, Va., son of Mr. and Mark Scott Bernard, To-
Albritton, Sessums and Cor Mrs. William James Paine, of The Golden Age Club, sponsored -
Fostorla Ohio, were married ledo, nephew of ,the brldet by the Gainesville Recreatlon I

faun M ET In.OPEIA don.Out of town guests attending Saturday afternon in the St. groom, was rlngbearer. Department for men
/.11010,tAll and women over 60, mee Is
.Oe..Ilpul the wedding and receptionwere James Episcopal Church of The bride's mother chose a
loll 1.1111.1,toll Mr. and Mrs. Car ver, Ormond Beach. each Thursday at the Center It e
00101.loll gold lame dress, gold boucle 1:30: p.m.
parents of the bride, her Rev. Robert Gould Tharpwas
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grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.A. the officiating clergymanand hat, and brown accessories

$6.95 R. Carver. Miss Ruth Hall Francis C. Stephen son for her daughter's wed ding I i iI
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert was organist. and the bridegroom's mother

Siegel, all of Lakeland, and A reception followed at the wore a three piece suit ol I
the bridegroom's parents, Dr. Summit.Motor Inn of Daytona pale green with ivory accessories FLORIDA

and Mrs. Chance, his grand Beach. i i

parents, Mr. and Mrs Sid Taf. Poinsettias On Altar When the newlyweds left

fee, and his brothers, Steve, White poinsettias adornedthe for a wedding trip to Miami, i CITRUS
Michael and Chris Chance all
altar and Christmas the bride wore a white wool

of MiamI. greens were used In decoration suit with paisley blouse, green i
I of the church. sea turtle accessories and
GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATEFROM I I'I Given In marriage by her a cymbidium orchid corsage.Mr. .r I Inclusive floral print on Ciprolin nylon .

FRANKLIN'Sp father, the bride wore a gownof quilted to soft springy Kodel polyester fiberfill -
and Mrs. Paine will be
11010911 Mott i iI de sole and for a robe with warmth and powder
131.1.......31110pooh..ohlr. 'I Ivory peau at home after December 26 at coty
.Ta..1p,1,1.9 I Alencon lace made with cir cy.dr puff lightness. Sleeve are gently belled, and a
33 Snughaven Road, Rich-
1.1111.1.1 p.44.4 III. GIFT F cular train. Her veil of silk Und-up collar circles the wedding ring neck
mond, Va. The bride Is a re-
$6.95tSglf tulle fell from a rose of Ivory ceptionist for Reynolds Metals line. Si10-111. ID Pink or Blue printed sheer
peau de sole. She carried a with contriving bow and lining
I Co. in Richmond, where the R II, i''
bouquet of green cymbidium bridegroom is associated with th 111!
orchids and stephanotis.
2t l w rlf'1FI+ 3Wdtd,, Bridal attendants were Miss Richardson. Merlll of New $1600 $18 00
Mary Ann Marlborough of Miami City.Among Full Itnjrh.::

vans Miss Anne Win lor of the out of town Oranges, Naval I fir -- ------ .

'I tS/pfcIl Gainesville and Miss Barbara guests for the wedding and Juice Butter soft glove 'leatherfor
I Huber of St Louis, bridesmaids reception were Mr. and Mrs Grapefruit
and Joanne Felice J. H Jacob and Fred H. real comfort. I

OPEN IVERY NIGHT TIL 9 R5IFTICERTIFICATEThe Pralle, sister of the bride, Pralle, all of St. Louis. Tangerine
UNTIL CHRISTMAS and Kathleen Ann Bernard of 1
i .n..wMr M rM r1
r + b e) Kumqtrars
Toledo, niece of the bride- $7

FREE PARKING ON 1ST FEDERAL LOT 1.-- groom Junior bridesmaids. John Honeys
Empire style floor length All/ kinds of nuts fruits,

,.) -":!i'! !"!." ?"i1I1i!! '!'!'imii.!.!!!'!!. '!!!'.:I!,'!lilliiHilii!..!!! ;;.!"'!"!r.!. ) gowns fashioned with deep Give Annual vegetables fresh produce- the best Sizes 5 to I 1QColorful
green vtlvtt I bodices and prices in I
beige crepe skirts were worn in town.
Holiday Party
: prtftl!, gift wrappingIn by the bridesmaids. Their I

y/1-- town. green satin headpieces were Mr. and Mrs. John honey FRUIT & bindings topped with
of satin roses and boa ffant entertained a group ol VEGETABLE BASKET
I franklin'sJ veils. They carried: Ivory fur friends and neighbors with o rustic toggle and gore
muffs with I 1708 WALDO ROAD j
cymbidium or-
their annual egg nog party i
for fit.
dU sure
dUjAep 4 chids and deep green velvet Friday night i at their FR 25502M.

I streamers home. ,I G. Gainey, Owner
l 3otleae Shop The J Junior 1 bridesmaids Traditional greens and appointments '
UiililliliUtiiiHUlliiiUidllWilmUWiiiiHH1iiiliU"! !!! !!!!!:! I OM Until 9 PM Tkfv D... 21 velvet wore frocks fashioned.of deep In Empire green were used in decoration LKrwetear.aa= +lr+a""II.I ..+eK+earr+w.awnawe ea,ar...+saw,awwlei
401 W. Ul. A... Ft 2-4M6 with a handmade """' .
1 3 W, UN IV. AVE. FR 6-5611 Free Parking Rear of Store style and carried small Ivory Christmas cloth of red felt
; fur muffs with white poinsettias. Ctw

,.....,..,..,..;,f '' l r.,.. Headpieces of matching covering the serving table. w w .. ft
at the
tGt+:L" CI green satin roses h .1 I d Presiding punch .
their tiny veils In place. bowl during the evening were
Richard Melvin Paul I of Mrs Jack Hadley, Mrs Henry i

Mariemount, Ohio, was best Swanson, Mrs T. J. Walker .tiv'
a I I man. Ushers Included Robert and Mrs Douglas Calhoun ViN1 !

SMITH-CORONA Fred. Pralle Daytona Beach, :
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Sunday. December. _20. 19S4 Gainesville_ _Sun. 7C

"We're very happy here There is a heavy emphasison
Humphrey Prefers Full Dress for Inaugural and would like to stay put. history and political act
We can entertain very nicely ence in the Humphrey library
[O frrtu $Ort utmra next January 20 In a morn- married in the morning." vorite MID 1 neapolis store, a blackened barbecue pit, a space, but the mistress of the and Informally here." TheHumphreys and Books"a 54 volume from Plato set of to
By NAN ROBERTSON ing suit, silk topper, cutawayand Mrs. Humphry disclosedthat Jackson Graves, to buy the bird bath and a concrete strip house said the agents were have lived In the "Great
WASHINGTON, In her striped pants. Her hopes her Inaugural ball gown gown for shuffleboard.Mrs. no trouble. "It gives me a house for 1C years. Freud.
J-st full dress news con. were dashed when President will be made by Count Sarml The meeting with the press Humphrey said that good feeling that they're She said she Is not anxkm Mrs. Humphrey pointed out
renee as the wife of thee Johnson swept tradition aside of New York. "He has was followed by a toff of the secret service agents were here-and they're so nice," to move because vr children a new exercycle In an upstairs
president elect, Mrs. and decided to be sworn in beautiful things just the small white brick and green already enacounced In her she said. like it here,and we know bedroom. "I've only
bert Humphrey came out wearing a business suit. most exciting things," the shingle house In Chevy Chase, basement formerly the chil. Pressed about whether she the IfI lhoon." Among the used It a couple of times"
full dress. "I'm kind of disappointed said. Ml The Interview took placeIn dren's playroom.The thinks the vice presidential personal<< touches are tie she said, "but they say five
rlrs. Humphrey confessede ," the said "I didn't even a e a the Humphrey's airy dining family should move to a handprints of the children In will do wonders
had hoped her husband get to marry Hubert In a Mrs. Humphrey said she << room, which overlooks a new boarders are occupying larger home, Mrs. Humphrey the cement steps leading to minutes a day "
nuld go to his Inauguration: morning suit and we were had arranged through her fa garden of tulips and azaleas, much needed storage replied: the Harden patio. for your circulation.

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REGULAR 599.00 STOLES SALI 539.00 FREE r .,. ,
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MINK COLLARS REG. 3490 SALE 29.90 Late Shopperspiste
14.98 LONG SLEEVED MOCK-TURTLE NECK REG. 9900-15900, . SALI 8400139.00 OPEN Qr
COLORS 1C.98Sportswear FLOOR ITY 1 -
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For myself. I wantComfy @ close tits,and iklmrny silhouettes. -'
Wool split,sit out or lose Ms
',.. beautiful body after countless carefree
fj sudsings.Like all nylon tricots,
7f/ dries Itself smooth,Richly laced t4
Shaath,sizes 32 to 40,$8.93. ,

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Slippers 94

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o'j i night In this little '
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too, because It's
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7.50 "DELITE", Blue & Block Leather, 6.50B. Slim and simple and chic /71 :. t;

."BANGKOK", ming blue brocade', ,.00C.SORRnV this uncluttered slip Is a Joy i
C under knits and other hWWliUW
blue, bone leather, green I
slender, limber clothes. .. J
suede, 7.50 Carefree nylon tricot. \
Sizes 32 to 4Sizes ;, r AT'ITY, .L. ,' T T>' : t''
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.' .:*. / A Potatoes 5 99 BUTTER

i .-............ PET RITZ FROZEN

fii' r. .1 Pie Shells PK 39/ '

I 1 DAY I; Topping 39

I W,will cloM at 6pm.Thursday,j .1 111meret W.r.D.c.mb.r .
: :24. All, itom will btop o
I .n al wuol Saturday, DIe*,,,-1
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, .. ra" ICE CREAM Spinach 510-0$1 P :


t', I EARS 49.' t REGULAR S9 49 1 Br0L:1 I ;: ,

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...... HALF GAL 10-or.
r J Okra 5 $1I 16

.I. LAWS GREEN STALKS ""' YtEa 10-ox.

1 Celery.I. 2 For 25' *, Corn 5 Rkps.iwEET : $1.

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Oranges 5 Lb. B",,49' ..,. REGULAR 2/29g. LIBBY PIE .

f I : 5 u>. Boo 49' FALSTAFF,CANADIAN PumpkinOnions 10"
& .

Corn 2 29
i! Cranberries 1-Lb.Box 29 WAU" PERFECTION Z'0Z w CANS ,


f w..w 'Ce PKG.r LB,. 39 ,


PORT MUSCATEL,- ......... SOUTH. Wafers 12-01.BOX 25
Mayonnaise QUART ;
JIll': DRY, WHITE PORT Punch 5&1.;

Cookies 1S-oz.Pkg.
Detergent CT BOX 39'
QUART ;:,:::,.
1 ........ IIG. 95. T.now Plull
.2 49'TWOSLICE ....
Napkins socr.PKG. .00..._IM.Y _.n"'71
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I "t# I ..* MiRAClE TOP.,VALUE..: .STAMPS..
: Safflower Oil ? '. .2uz.Bot.491QUARTS ..."..non *
: KRAFT SALAD OIL S3* Coconut Cck
S..Y,. Y is-
Salad Oil .73'FRENCH'S ---.t.
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AUTOMATICTOASTER = HAIRDRYER 1 ELECTRIC CAN Bar-B-Q Season J ? i*-cz. 31''RENCH'S .-..... "...

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Molded TIOM COM S Smoorti poitttv *!p- tU-cz.
Cl omlng Chroro* Hair/ er,.,. can.0l.fe proof cutting. Qworr $
FlnlthThmo tat Con. j 1 with.larg Quit*,char*. 4 murw.Fail. Neat 1 1 cI.mo..net...... 7Vi" M b h.W ALL VARIETIES Mixes. TOP VAWE. .STAMPS
tnlladToactOnaOrTw. $699 pouNara. Larg. Doufcl $699 1 1en. Si k U.L.A. 5 Soup 5 r. 2-ct.Pkgs. 39' ----
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I'r Baking BOB:? A'O
... .li.. I d' Sli. Bacon ...o $1.39 oD sTO sS.s
,I Chickens. 39 Sausage .... 39*
: LI.

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.. "''' Ducklings.-49/
'" : -" .. GRADE .
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29/ ; :
. [( Cranberry Sauce REGULAR 49 TARNOW SLICED 7 i .M. .: '

REGULAR 23< I Bologna 12.LPK 39SUNNYLAND /

1I. CAN 1 0 F 1 FRESH ry116oz.

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Sausage 4

_1 REGULAR 27 ,

Spears. 3 2i1.1 1H
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I. Peas. 4 c3a I s I.| I' Maxwell House I Astor
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I.L L Drink.., 3 %1. | CAN 1 l1. 59< ; CAN 1 lB. Founds 11-22 33' P.und 10-17,39

REG.87e : REG. 77
Potatoes SNo.2LbS': 1.

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Rolls 2 25 AST.UUlavaGETAI.. SWIFT'S WL7.91.:(


Rolls 2 12ct. 49 I Plcnlcsu.591

DELUXE FRUIT '-. 3LB. CAN ; Hams u. 79x

r Cakes 2-LB. 991

CAKE wi : .

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READY TO SERVE"n monist)Shrimp '
Peaches 4"t. $1. /
Cheese a-or.Pkg. 29' .
Sour Cream 45W
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EXT iA Pineapple S ,
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Drinks..... N5Bo I Steam and Iron
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130 N.W. 6th Street -. 1410 N. Main Street 3421 W. University Ave. High Sprite. ;Hffkwoy. 441
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Gaineivilld Sun Sunday, P c.mbcr 20, 1964
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Nelson- Siqma- Nus Honor Alumnus Nuptial PRE-INVENTORY

-WigginsFinal / T Plans SPRINCS-Weddlng SetHIGH FURNITURE

plans for the wed plans are announced todayfor

ding of Miss Diana Kay Nel- the nuptials of Miss Ruth

con and Ronald Lee Wiggins Ann Welch daughter of Mr.
of Orlando, which will
and Mrs. J. D. Welch of High i
take place at 2 p.m. Satur- -
day In the First Baptist -- 'J, Springs, and Charles Edward
Church, are listed today.Dr. Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. .

Fred T, Laughon Jr., a : E.: J. Bryant, of BelL

pastor will perform the double '\ ', ;: < The wedding Is to be an r !

ring ceremony. I "I" ; event of December 22 at 7:30:
Mrs. Selden F, Waldo, organist I tr t-
p.m. In the Pine Grove
and Miss Talka Lup- MerdiendlM M keno Jenvery | |I. tend et .bout 40 mills. Ttii proceeds frays mercHendise
klewlcz, soloist, wljl provide jia Baptist Church of Trenton.A Mid (lfer will w. *" kuefet' terms)) before Jen..., 1 li teie** at Iwo 1/10 .f mill te 2 mills.We .

the nuptial, music. reception will follow In wwM rether nil tk. m rclim,,"'M th. ,., Mill/ kith .... I(, ., simple .s th.t. If ye*

"r The bride- Is the Fellowship Hall of the met III/t./ ... IUY NOW i& SAVI UP TO 10%. Yen will find this t* ee d Itgitlrnete ..I. ."d
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ..todMi .church. the reduction ... f.".1"... Cam In new, unlit ,... selection fr take up te S yeen to ..y. Futyre
;" Otis Marland Nelson. The delivery If you ,..f.,. .All.. mertkeodlie rend ..w. Nose' .f It k. keen .* bend for ever 4 months

bridegroom elect is the Ad AH friend and relatives of most .f It lei than 2 .."Ih.. Tkli h e rare opportunity. (. .....

son of Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald n the two families Invitedto
Johnston Wiggins of Mrs. George Milam, George Milamof, Jacksonville and Dr. Raymond Black- are DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALEJUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
Orlando. lock, pictured during a pre-holiday reception honoring the Milams at the Sigma attend the wedding and re-

t Attending the bride as Nu Fraternity house. ception. I French Provincialin

tnald of honor will be Miss In appreciation of hit I I LIVING ROOM BEDROOM

Jeanne Crawford of Tampa, many years of service the BARGAINSDANISH I SAVINGS CHERRY .
and bridesmaids "Bij 8 piece suit In ever popular
a cousin, University of Florida chap- French styling Crafted
are to be Miss Sherry Crouchof GiftS FOR
GUURl from fine cherry with con.
Hallandale, Fla., cousin of ter of the Sigma Nu fraternity THE et STYLE PLASTIC TOPBEDROOM back char! Save $100.00
the bride, and Miss Ruth presented a plaque I to o SOFA now.

Krienke and Miss Frances George Milam of Jacksonville 399"
Consists of Double Dresser
Garrett I Otan line &wail tlylfd. Gen.uln
Eubanks, Miss Madalene \ during a reception at Pecan from & durable Mirror Full sine Bed & Nit.
all of Gainesville. the chapter house.. or anyone on your I i fabrics. 6 cushion In foam. Table Brushed white finish with CONTEMPORARYSUITE
Best man for Mr. Wig Cherry Plastic Topi. Ideal for
gins will be William Mar The reception, given to brandied list for "' at matter I 119" child's room.
i shall, Gainesville. Usher I honor both Mr. and M r I. 139" by American
Nelson of fruitcakes WING BACK. Save almost $200.00 on this
will Include James Milam, followed the annual
fine suite by American Big
Miami, brother of the bride, reading of Dickens' "Christ Imported from LOVE SEAT COLONIALBEDROOM gloss door china; surfboard
and Patrick Wiggins I and mas Carol" by Dean Lester Canada. 2 cushion styli with full foam SUITE extension table & 6 chain with
Steve Wiggins, both of Or. Hale .which is sponsored MOM & back. Fully iklrted, Triple dresser & mirror roomy foam seats & barks.
lando, brothers of the bride each holiday season by the + Cocktail snacks Buy 2 at this low price. chest & full size bed In decorated 499"
groom. Gary Nelson broth. Nus.. .., 2# 99" white with plastic top
Sigma Much better than the price In
er of the bride, is to be a
Junior usher.Following Mr. Milam who has served '. ref: gift afatmandla's Early American. dicates. 189"Open T
the wedding, as financial adviser f packaged I SOFA RECLINING
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will through the years, Is a char. S.S. Pierce of Garden of Eating LOUNGE CHAIRS
Print fabric with foam woe Stock
entertain with the receptionat ter member of the UF chap
the Holiday Inn. ter. i 1+-L Boston. 706 W. Univ. I and back. You will never buyo OAK BEDROOMDouble 69"Compart
better sofa for w low 0I
T frn I price. dresser, mirror, chest with 99.95 chain
The plaque was presentedby jams, jellies, 129"ITALIAN f & panel In lifetime oak. Warm Mad by Kroehler. for durability -
Room Divider Dr. Raymond Blacklock : 1 confections. brown finish A group you can & comfort.rCARD

long time faculty adviserto tMJlLJllY..J': ;;! build o room around. Save
"Baubles bangles a n dbeads" Epicurian STYLE now.
make for a new and the group.Arrangements. .... biscuits & crackers.THERE'S SOFA 199" '

and Interesting room divider. for the holiday : R.gularly will for $199 95.I TABLE
t String beads of walnut on s party were In charge of I save 25% now and get a fin. ITALIANPROVINCIAL SET
towel rod, or drapery cord Dr. and Mrs. Blacklock. sofa mad. to last for many SUITE
and hang them from a tra More than 200 guests attended POSSIBILITIES! I Thre. piece lull Including 9
verse rod if you like, or use the yuletide recep : years.149's drawer triple dresser mirror Folding table & 4 sturdy
them in a divider frame. tion. i "'6" bed & 4 drawer chest folding chairs. Vinyl cove
A well en both table & chairs.
TRADITIONALSOFA In genuine cherry styled
Suite at a modest price

SyntANl1 otonsespsr Modern delin cuff 209"Broyhill .
Ale In we NnA Mad. by Kroehler with tufted
set .. ...... s5oo Iwlth I de d.e'1t0oo bock & tailored skirt Choiceof COLONIALBUNK
fabrics In lovely damask Sculptra
Off white or turquoise. BEDROOM
149" America' but selling open 59"
-q jl stock .grouping .All pieces reduced Attractive spindle bed complete -
See these values to-
6 CUSHION ladder & guardrail
1/ SOFAFoam day. -Reduced trim.. Ant. green with gold

rubber sects & bocks. A
beautiful sofa with six loos CONTEMPORARY
P+rher .nithend Pw Bustsa FrmcA Pun. dell cushion & big brass.ca.t....
Sd cart wilt Gold Colored y/ BEDROOMby
reda1 ts95 flower .. ., / o0 rgp 189" American KING SIZEMATTRESS

Regularly' tells for ov*.
DELUXE QUILTED, 40000. Reduced for quick & SPRING
SOFA '01.. Dresser mirror bed &
chest In genuine walnut. A tremendous .
Distinctive E Saw $100.00 now A lovely big bargain In a fine 24995 Big 6'
> -Charms .. sofa with quilted fabric OverFoam suite. 6" mattress with quilted top
v 14-Karat cushion, Ifyou'
& dacron
and 2 box
l4 A uetGold i Gold .. looking for top quality 299"THOMASVILLE matching springs
brscdst.,f14 to Charms a"'" \ j at a bargain price, see this

sofa today.

Regularly sells' for over
$700 I.00. This lovely suite Includes 34"
big triple dresser mirror
A nice selection ef end 6
chest on chest bed & mtitable
RUG cocktail tables In maple G
I In finest cherry. Save over
s {spuulh .ndblown N.f b SAVINGS $?oo.o0 other woods. Several style
s, d e ehamint {olflll.e ;It L 49995DINING

9' x U' RUG 2 ONLY

Tweed pattern In choice ofcolors. LOUNGE CHAIRS

IF IT'S SOMETHING SPECIAL YOU ARE AFTER. built' .In A foam durabl pad.rug You with will a I ROOM I 7300

never buy a better looking rug Regularly 109.95. Shipped
for this tow price In error. We will sell for (6
29"NYLON discount & not hove to return -


f.....slon style with plastic top
Regular '.95 quality all nylon for carefree service Salemmaple
OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT PLAN carpet at me prk of cot. finish.' LOVE SEAT
ton Choke of 1 18 bright new
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''t cj t4" 1.OLmon1 "Gone sta. 3"BETTER
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+ Idenlllfe. cell .....L..... e14nloo QUALITY MAPLE Save $50.00 now Been Kerr
Irseelsts. 4 months & w* wont to sell
Floor sample Regularly
NYLON It now. Made by Simmons,
$11995 Solid maple with extra
Looped pile' construction In extension leaf Seats 10eoiily.
long weaving nylon. 12 & 15 Save $40 .
I feet wide In 18 colors. WUl snow.Early
wBntGkl" give good service & will clean ENGLANDER

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J.R.T lelee.U To ass.w effars2dlamends I NYLON Combination trmersprlng I
Jswllet Pe1Cse 11.511151aq TAO
I Popular biscuit weave In longwearing 8-PC. ITALIAN foam construction h'! the
In continuous nylon. A best buy for this price ML
I will will fond
wautiful that wear
deesrst. *ut Masses dismeed U dies' fast. Mats 32ad 0. Mod from fin cherry woods.
batter then most $ car-
tat poerl,. tlsE le 10 514 Ism? yin told I.__1iA"ri.. sdstd_ spndh. la Jia d rlw< M I pen.color.12 or 15 ft. .l9 In most Modified: of Italian extension, In table styling.Caneish big.
toal'olds100"s any
Asrstsold $9
china with glow doers one.rro
5"EXTRA & 5 tide chain. STUDIO
a 1 1lesery LOUNGE
WOOL or NYLON Sculptra

We defy you te buy this qualitynrpet DINING GROUP
.. 109"Converts
for Ihl pr c litre.
You choice of 501 OuPom ..".. Amenca'l meet popular" ......
Include big O'ow' doer ohms,
tea or art 'wool. Woven with la M hrlrbeds.
est eron tab** & se than.Powstvd .
far 6
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I yean ef .....c.. Any sue In lovely oil fin-shed Complete with 2 belrn. .
walnut! & petan.
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By STEPHEN VAUGHN an enterprising developer com ham, the club pro, said he's might not be able to afford I.*.
Surrounding the sparUl n t es along. hoping for around 200 higher club prices elsewhere. '.

ftj A'), f' new Ironwood Golf Count in John Steadham Sr., whose "If we can get enough response A yearly single membership a'My\: ;;?
".. .. 0 Northwest Gainesville la a made land available for ," Markham said "We ship rates are $153.79.1 Sti I
large patch of scrub pine woody the golf course, said he hopes hope to eventually expand to The course Is now complete '
that hold promise of someday something will be started by 18 holes.' with a putting green driving 'j ,
becoming an extensive housing Markham Is one half of range, a pro shop, clubhouse,
development. spring. Bar Mar Inc. the corpora and electric carts Hoped.for ; ,
emerald "Its available, he said. Land future In addition to "
The putting greens tion that built the course. expansion ,
and fairways of the course today The Ironwood course, presently for the future back nine was enlargement to 18 holes Is a 'I
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) bear a striking contrast to a slick nine hole affair, acquired with land for the larger parking area and a large
: will make whatever homes are "
; ),, their surrounding undeveloped present layout. er clubhouse
woodlands on Northwest 39th tempting to buyers. Markham emphasized ratesat The course was designed by
Avenue. But the woodlands are II'. only been open for play Ironwood are geared toward golf architect David L. Wallace,
not likely to be that way for since Nov. 28, but already middle) Income bracket of Sanford. Construction was '
too much longer only until boasts 75 members. Bill Mark- persons who like golf but who begun last January

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An unusual combination of luxury and llvtablllty COMPARE THIS NEW HOME!
abound In thi* modem horn*. Thil, ipocloul ham
In the heart ot.N.W Gamnvilla takti Ira cut from Over 2,000 iquara ft. undir roof In thit nt. horn*. Thr.. bed_.. r..n full tiled balls
Itw ancient" Romans tnclowd: In th. c nt. of W plus DEN plus /AMILY.DININf ROOM PLUS SUNKIN HOAIQA ROOM ,
the house It a natural garden and sap fountain / I"' PlUS TWO TON AIM CONDITION PLUS lUILT-IN, OVEN AND HANOI ,
covered over ""tllI\ plastic bubble for yea '_d BUILDERS"f PIUS BLINDS I AND TRAVERSE RODS PLUS many also' Mtrat. A r..l vales tl only
living. The atrium Is Mm through glow sliding. ../11. IM.SOO pay (gust $70Q down and $d9 PM month. 4129) L 14th Terrace.
'door from all living artai of m* tout*. Built 'Int.
'Central hart and A/C ,II NW. 20tli T rrc. BUD ROBINSON Builder

OPIN TODAY 1-' Past.-Tura right N.W. I4tk StnMt *t N.W. 2Stk A..e.LARCHITECT'S. 372-2984

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modtrn architect detigni horn In fairvanobla Nortrwnt location. Mug In. 6725 M l' ,,:. =I-:, columnt. Innd* you'II find a ditoo :"'lt>w> kikhon.kwg .
door living anra focuses an mouiv natural tton and coral flrtplac. Central McnM S.W. J5th weyCoumry din.ng .r5O, hug 'U a 14 foo living room, four bedrooms, NO- full both, it. I IIJ"hIUl1d
area It on* ef most modeM In Cainnvlll. Extra larg batht,. b.outi/ully.ppont.d. club llv.t' Itt finmt Thu t... horn It dntm.4 M buw sew of Colnrv: Ells home toocyl
T>raa very largo 'bwlroomt being an to prh>*ta courtyards Mry ...... t..... Walk vriri. shoe aloe** Four UdroonH. "Iv.. bath. Formal dining ,room Spar family
to bttlcwood and Wnrwood Khooli. T_nty .,gM rhoutond. Terms arranged. 1210 room. Florida. room of.... ono,.,,IC of fairway Fabulau bvtt-in vail. bot.....*. Court Manor
N.W.4'" Strut Uwury itam ba.... .towllC k.mokw.. $7.000 down and $1W BM montn.W ,
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Norwood Hope "H", Inc.U2Iil.4tkl f Kirkpatrick & Pierson, Bldrs.-Der. ,

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Fireplace 'Fad' LIMITED NUMBER Ell'

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May Help Out Santa OF COMPLETED HOMES 111 pr

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Fortunately, Old Santa Is ai a fireplace In the living room. west. I'm sure there are oth-
\i quite versatile elf. He manages : T. D. Zetrouer's long brick Save Money By Being Eligible For Pay Nothing More! h"

\ to make his brightly wrapped .:colonial sports two fireplaces. ers."So there you are Santa vubi'
deliveries Christmas Eve One, In the family room and you can't say the buildersaren't Homestead Exemption '
despite Florida's obvious lack one In the living room. ,TL ,
\ of fireplaces and chimneys. Young America Homes has a on your side.Gainesville letc
S e e I :
Perhaps it's old Santa him.I number of fireplace homes In laen
H who has influenced Calnes- the Northeast. Butler Brothers Home Builders
..:III home builders to go back Builders Hugh Edwards, Inc., Association members will Install I eo,
I building fireplaces. Two Pa- Stubbs Builders, Lloyd Myrick, new officers this Tuesday'i q\1
: r -Vta fireplace homes are still F. D. Oliver and C & P Real- at 1:30 pm. at the HolidayInn. .
i triable. McKInley Construc ty all have fireplace homes under All members and associ I Iebl
'. t tion's snow white colonial has construction in the North ates are invited to attend. I I A 7 4
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I By ANDY LANG per available, since this typeof 'operation, always remember-I '. + E'tr
AP Newsfeatures abrasive has I strong cutting i ing that a light : -
No matter how well you sand action. Because of t b !II ed. (You can get ____ II
)!.-', between coats of varnish, lao must detailed booklet, Wood FinishIng -I a
f,. quer, shellac or other finish- waterproof paper alwaysbe in the Home," by sending iI- a
.: i Ing materials, you won't be sat- used with a light touch. 25 cents and a long stamped, ---I i f,
7' j Isfled with the result If there Either water or a light lubrI- :Know-How, P.O. Box 954, Jamaica i tlt
/ are any Irregularities In the cating oil can be used. Apply N. Y., 11431.) ,
/ final coat. a few tablespoons of liquid to Once you have learned how Iic
I. ). Among the various methods the wood surface and rub to use waterproof sandpaper -
f t of erasing these Irregularities Is lightly with the paper in the which may be the first time If
I ,] one that Is often neglected direction of the grain. A rub- you do not press down too l :
\ smoothing the top finish with ber block Is usually used as a hard you will be pleasantly
I waterproof sandpaper. It also IsQ' backing for the paper so that surprised at the results. The
an excellent way of cutting the cutting action will not be:surface will be smoother than! {\

r down a high gloss and creating too great. We also have seen you ever dreamed It could be. i.
: more of a satin-like finish although good results without backing up' If the degree of luster is sat ", .
It must be admitted the paper but merely guiding isfactory, a coating of paste. !!' .'! :" !

that some persons do not wisht. It with the fingers. Some pro-,wax, rubbed according to directions r: U() JQW-ER'S fIVE.YEAt WAUANTY it
to disturb such a gloss. fessionals dip the paper In on the container will it '
Waterproof paper Is sometimes water ts well as applying help to protect the finish. If, .:, :.. it LOW FHA DOWN J
called wet paper, wet! or- water to the wood. In any case, the surface Is smooth but you PAYMENTS I 1
t. dry paper, or some similar de- after one area has been wet feel that too much of the gloss I : Jf !
t ilgnatlon. It has a flexible down and sanded, wipe with a has been removed, a polishing' : = :

J waterproof backing and gener1 dry cloth to Judge the results. with a rotten stone and oil or a :,..:_ .. .=. .. "
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f .t ally comes with fine grits. A If satisfied put more water or prepared rubbing compoundwill i ; .:::."." -=-= =:;:;,... =:-= r.
good practice for a beginner oil on another section of the produce a mirror like fin.I iii, ...--...--..:-...,...-..- --......,-,". .../"....-,.-- .:( WHY PAY RENT?
Is to get the finest gritted pa- wood and repeat the sanding ish. I 0a eHere's M1.
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\ I By ANDY LANG correct than you ire. Oil, alkyd- as you do so. You should also I the road to home ownership. .1

', .,AP NewSfeaturesQUESTION based paints and enamel should stir periodically while paint- AND LOOK! 'i.
: We would 'like be stirred and shaken before I Ing. Latex paints should not be Rent money is wasted money. Enjoy

I you to settle an argument My using. Most paint dealers and:shaken or a slight foam will the holidays in a bright, clean new
hardware stores have
now mechanical
friend says that all paints I vibrators which shake,result However. stirring Is recommended -' You Get A 5-Year Warranty home of your very own. Let

should be stirred thoroughly before the cans of paint after you purchase -:
I using and stirred frequently them. Even then stirringis I One material that should Hugh Edwards, Inc., arrange financing.A .
while applying the paint. recommended before starting -neither be shaken nor stirred: PLUS i

k I maintain that this was true to paint. To prevent spillIng Is varnish. Any action.of this
years ago, but that modern ,with new cans of paint, kind produces bubbles which SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIP

paints do not require any stirring pour some of the liquid Into a I do not disappear immediatelyand MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-DARK
especially during the smaller can. I which sometimes are transferred
course of the painting Job. Who Stir the paint in the larger] to the surface of the
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stock being finished. Varnish Is 'I
Is right? can, then pour back the rest :
different In another : i It mold o a _
ANSWER': Sorry. He la moreBuilding of the paint a little at a time,: respect .
must be flowed on rather than .
brushed on, as with regular 1 ,
II Permits paint. This flowing on stroke ( III
Is also proper* e for enamel.e I I Village 157050558 I : u

lUUOINO MUMITI 1M"", .or"".. 8500Jo N.I. 15th Street & 28th .
You ft.Gainesyill.
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A. T. Deu" ...cwmr XUt NW H II, con C"'ro''..n'co'l N..N Iln..II.. $30.$10 HI 1111 A.... do- "booklet. "Here's The I .', Most Beautiful New Home Community DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Main
llnul dwtlllnf M.HO.A. IMI.fwolll..1JIII. Answer, with replies to 32
.,.. Street or 13th Street to 16th Are-
ttll NW II H. 0M Llll Nll.l 117 IW It Addition home
T. Dwgln.
pertinent repair question
$5$. t> dw.111M IIIM. .... Turn right ( East) and
tract ftMlllltf' .. ... continue
Or "" .11 0. InWMA lit NW I Av by sending 25 cents to Know
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.true A. ftwllim, M.WC Mir H..IIIM, II IW II II D,.. .....', Dw.llfwry. How, P.O. Box 954, Jamaica on 16th Ave. to N.E. 15th
fen Oil C*. Trwlw, UlOOt Mf 'nl.53,0 1: : N.Y. 11431. Also available, a hugh edwards Street. Watch for Village Green
$1. Cmtract
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I HWHM Inc 85.10.NW $, Al.dw, I wit. ...Mfrlnwnro...... I1K.. 1 II1.0W..N HW JI .,.. Specify 376.7971
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Nr0.d111.110=,*5150.I55nM M P./rk0'II.'w..175L'$00..$. .. 41.000S MMIIMIM '' 1441A.' ..". tt 1CIdI....,, I THERE'S TIME TO f OWN A NEW HOME BEFORE CHRISTMAS! I

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_1iI.-tr-. 1040.. Inc. 101 111 II; of your own in Highland Court Manor.

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MS.C..llnoe'' d'.I'10.... 10.005lM 11TMs m::1' vIIS IMPOSSIBLE?
$c.. 11' III $0sop. Certainly not You can make this Christ-
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Nan" .... : mas a truly memorable
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Hutu Hut fMr l Mr MIIM......Inc.....-..:IfM' Ne NI If II OrCmiract OfCmlrvcl ,. \ .' .- -;- 0l '- 1 -...... : 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY home styling which best suits your

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! Inexpensive'Lift' CLASSIFICATIONINDEX WANTED everything $ V a aNEW


Ideas Lwd Ind MN5541pS LMr HAVE YOU fromto

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PoromllM. ........
I Travel lim moHio)
Every once In a while we all' olooclol NoMCM Number

get a little tired of the ordinary ? Stews. 'A
and long for some kindof t mot, T. o* AIM 8.1411

magic extra special touch to Tltlntl Tr ..

make our home prickle with DRAPERchairs

pride and a new freshness.
Here are some "for instances. Airless IXotHonUltn .

." that may spark your own T",,*. tar to*

imagination You might are covered In turquoiseblue It Trvctt WMo D

splurge on a touch of Madeira and one large chair In SI Tractore k Trvck ....... T

hand embroidery in sheer white melon. I have pillows in the n Traitor. HonloloH Thty'll Bring You Extra Cash A I

curtain panels appliqued with same melon for my divan. The N Asm MotorcyclM 5Is 5.551 A loomSI .. Z ,

blue and yellow morning glor- walls are a very pale green AutomoMlM tar IMat

ies, or a table cloth, luncheon I with a bit of blue." Foreign" Sporti Can

set and cocktail napkins In the[Dear Mrs. A. N.: .VAutad.M Rugs

tame delicate pattern. You Does that melon chair look 503

can even get sheets pillow all right In there? I would IDUCATIONAL Guns in

' cases, and guest towels appli have preferred lemon yellow 15 1cIIoI... a 1..__ i"l CLASSIFIEDDial

qued with blue morning glor with lemon yellow touches as If Mule DonckwSI Tools

ies. These are not inexpensive emphasis. However in any Wonhtd-lmtnicttM WANT

j but what a light hearted lift case carpeting should be a IMPLOTMINT Boats

these could: give to your rooms) lush green. II Ponwld Mo* Wontedt ,

Then there Is that Imported > Milt SNIP WlMot JN'

French ovenware In a "w ndFruit" Mrs. R. R. H. asks: II Mof loloo.,..Nol..,. WHIMl4Woi or FomolOM : Tents ADSA

"My kitchen walls are a Jonquil
pattern -pretty enoughto .....
WOMO ) i *
use as a wall decorationand yellow which I wish to wwom stow MOM Books

, yet the design Is on pure keep. At present the cabinetsare 378.1411

painted gray. Dinette set Plants AUTOMOBILESB
white flame proof porcelain: ;
and the ARMS LIVESTOCK .r j
so that you may "cook with is gray yellow / ,>
floor covering is a mixture of M Form SoolpmmlV .
I genius and serve with verve. to blend with the natural ,.... a MrtllUorM \, : Pianos.
: Dr "plant" a true to We llvootock a Sup*... BICYCLES
woodwork. Would like to changethe
i tropical tree In your foyer, din- cabinets. What V LondKMktf To* MNNto Stoves
color of the 4 SuMllMFINANCIAL
t ing room or living room. The
color for curtains?" al L..1odI weed Announcements
I saw were five feet high
ones Dear Mrs. R. R. H.: Radios C
and made of washable non CLOTH'!S

fading vinyl plastic in attractive Paint the cabinets snow-white 2 CARD O' THANKS r
yellow as your
or the same : Skates
4 walnut finish wooden walls. Have curtains In a pretty M tomes, OpPorlwNMoTMonoy ': ... WORD k'uwl ..XHu.l.l V ,>0". rf
to UM
t tubs. They were about $20 black D our otop. oiwoiiiiiMi. fur mo f
yellow and orange and MMortwolMUCHANDISI DISHES m.y AIM .n0 SpupmN/5 oc'.
what better decoration : Trunks ...... ., .
but white -print, checkor M Mo11ry W..1d soil II M's "'" lime
on ,
to break the pattern of Pp r..nl M.wnul
1 could you have up Black accessories. peer! M.AyS .

upholstered look? plaid. r r : : Jewelry
TIred of the ordinary? Then E EGGS
M. P. : tt WonM to SvyM 1 .... ,
LOST vWlnlty' of Hi lull ,
do something about Itl I "I Just had my bathroomdone Modilnory a Too* ; .1 : Bicycles I llHi It ..... .n d wmto, >.'*.
with kMl .....r. K Okko. P No HOm
tl tuildlnf MotorloMM
\ over In nutmeg '1 pmdd.LOIT )

Mrs. A. N. asks cinnamon trim. White fixtures. N NewMed Seed.ea [ TV SetsClothing F FURNITURE blucS i"'i"' I.HMI.. .,m- :\
Ann.lw _
or hound dot M .' NtwoofiHompion
color for A+ul4 1 t hElk'a1
me Can you suggest ,.
"Would you please help MIM. For Sou ond. Alto toko. Sell. 1Y
and walls and accessories tioo djn right ttr at-ua.
the color for the carpet 17 Trotflnf FootFMI
select [ ro"--M.i'--: ; : ;
dining ?" /II on a. asses Avonuo Hflht Mown' .........,. Add ...u., Ie 5ebwlre MO.
for the living room,
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re Soon Marls 5N. "" G Will' oorioii wile found II ..Miorvturvi 5115 0 11I''... UNSe1.,11
room and foyer stairs In my Dear M. P.: GUNS cnrcltliooH end a m. 11 lelwa
n Com* 0 Hunt 0 *
and ceilingsnow Cameras ee. .O 0MM.5 be 5515. ...
new home? Enclosed is a sam Walls ItOttlco SnulpmordMMmlcol w. d. PR ...... .., OKOrilW 51145.1" Homoik
1 _
of divan white or a Green Gage color. MorchMdlM ,,,. ... ja lie rdiM "molnly" ..l.liwh irnt.titcli .
pie of the cover my ,."... !OJ, Ironiior lot II.
Accessories -snow white. 4 MHJONAIIIIO' SERVICE kKIt ...
and one chair. Two Danish Antiques H HOMES .......... epee p1.1e 1

SI MOWN. p.50. M sell ; Furniture SIMPI.IPISDP500LLSL POKINIt 104 ,..,.,,, -. .1Id IS .poe "orOKU
) a Lot tar StMMWoiorfrant I eASY WAY DRIVING I.HOc'ILLie. NINA' for 'lil-llMt mo11MweM .

i Doors Becoming FroportyNMouMO I Sh10- _04. "HWI: Lou..opotM wtmlor' ,benSInp., a>,mH.loud lllo ...to..
ICE IFINd* 5v5.ilp
Livestock twinonl NMdtaciMI' OppP. o. IM "lot.
lor SoKMCottogot
elen.d i tor _. ...
: Old c ll.ll Nmr V.rS
tar Sow le ? uro. COM II, N, T, UM lnl> 7ATTI.N
O tool ..,... a.eII..... AMI. llnHMrnion Do-urt, ...- NoMalI. "*.-r..I*"i" eM
"'"t- Lola,
1)Artists') Canvas IS aol litit Wontod J / Diamonds J i jW ,"I i U,YI4' u"
; N Out ol Town FnotrlyMSoilnoM JEWELRYK M...' Ml liMVOl NSW '0* rMII Md Oslo,. -
.,.., Kurd MiMono. ,.
Prwortlot AM *OIH oii INA i iftrrn lo SMe.el 1
.. ;J f Fish Poles '.i U no Miom M 510 MiII this ovoil I Plul I Mid. ptltonti
II -11' lsceo,5a a. unl>. AM. tni'ttt onorwovv doll. d IhS, t( *ti
BROWN dedicated to new artists. H e b ..... N e. k
By VIVIAN Firmt a Acraogo ; "Y ..... no* NndltvMt ColU -

r AP Newrfeatares Writer recalls his role In persuad 1 n g 43 Colored Property Seta i" Used Cars ; KITTENS TRAVIL INFORMATION \tALllil

r Is art going to the doors? It Bailey to come to Nantucket. t. **u (. 1b155 X7Pem. '." ..N'COM"-n.s _... w lUlU subs
alDUI '' .4
looks that way if the reception Some people suspect he pulledit RINTAU Auto Tires .. ...'... Inc .1$5' .. I...., 51o4 5.55. / 'or 5015 w15Me. 5515 I IIII D e, ,
off with a lifetime subscription (# ..tiL!: : t101h.S .
of such an effort at a recent .l Colored Fneorty a...... ; L

exhibition in Nantucket is any to the New York TImes. M Cottigoo" tar ..* LAMPS SPICIAL NOTICES MMI Help" w..4

Indication. And homem a k e r "When I first saw Bailey and M FumloXod/ Ape. Aquariums t-5111 ...oTIii-.IIII.-Iot.. -
II Unftimlihod Ape.O 1cu".d IIPO".l1-.. ...;.... ,.
Sy oilwr
even do their own artwork his wife they had the most OKITMW Dim dim muss sibs, oiomdii'*
may Mourn tar Ron Punta TOM'SI.' fill dit* Dtcomtor *..
Row Boats oomonty II M uitfy oft*
predicts George VIgou enormous rabbit I ever saw Jt HOUHO tar aid a UMvm.tl ,,1 M MIRRORS :lit, 1H4 S ll =" :rII"u.l oo "OOM.IUO
I art director of the Lob- Rana 55 .... \ tHomoiJJo ; M, ."* PlM
lived the New
roux exclusively on .s -CHRiStMAS THUS .-.......

ster Pot Gallery there. ,York Times, and refused to eat tl r Mix._,...Hanle...... ., Golf Clubs For feio tellS'PRLo,.,."4SUTtlMUIllI II .4 ..... -;'fain Whir l V.u T.;;;"? ""
other That Clouot m rtorlMo: on JMt t to
Vlgouroux proved his theory any newspaper. HA Wontod ,. ..* N WT'liI/Li: not bo I_"'. a.". ft* oulo ittoHiMKt. moouto
ceased to be a problem, when n Reran Wmtod TypewritersMotorcycles NOTIONS W MYN1 55,555.w 5105 rooolr, mo. TimoOlOWt
and .
with one of the liveliest a Mery ChreeSNNed 010 MMIMond Sy MMKom .
art efforts seen they found out they could get II Office DM hoc a N.00w ..... y0. swum D..otoeo-t Tn1. .*,. ,_
most original The Times on the Island," he M SmlMoo MHO Plebs NN.IM of no tort lo ''
., : :
Isles, .lll
doors yard
in a long time-all says. The rabbit Is still thriv .n NVW Erin MOMSI n p,,ssb5 R-Otoll.* OHOMKO.r .
wide. Used TrucksRefrigerators o OBOES ,* FurtlMr .lniwin --s G 1i-CANS 1utCI
SERVICE Nw (lordo tuto lm..Ior nwnl
ing.When COM to tmt sill ,llo ...l. WM _Uf ,Uo, 411 IW Ind *...
Eight artists participated and not at galleries in the fl IPOCM lorvkoo .< i. M. mut, ,.".. N* Sid DRIVE IN-OHtXfrSvMANAOEK ---
instantaneous United States C lees a .......nwSbs .hM" PSNM pa i/IJL'
the Idea was an Vlgouroux la M Rodio a TV tank TRAINEES

success. Two doors were sold seeking out new artists Ibroad.artist' II Aodlonc a FurnitureWANTAD Baby Buggies P PANTS I a.tky S."... Child Cdr WANTED
Molo' H I* M tar nunoior trolnooMftiom .
at 1730 almost before they An work goes up about io_' .111 __i"If, rllb' twkiM'o Mm0

were set in the proper light. 10 per cent every year in value, Electric Motors 5,10 lit _. del .. 10M. 510 r..6, Puld mull.. eMS.>
OMMMO r. M on w.. M or IM. or I od tmi"n KMI ouKitf
he explains When they begin to woo, r..o dm MO. no HI 0*. 5,510 nuiriod" n,51.5,5
The Idea came to Vlgouroux double he looks Q ti tt Tor oil M'wn im. Id MIPO epInl rrnl OMM I'Mllif
to give hew RATES Store EquipmentFarm QUILTS 9 well' tar oooiiomod' Minti
because he couldn't bear to artists a start II riMAll Mil WANTED Hit W4M.,.,, M t MM, Kid loOiowloMfd .

discard U beautiful centuryolddoors This winter he will bring H. rH. J7I-H11 Machinery to"fI' I IN. f",.111:"". .T... Cowed mwiodoio Mr. ,'N.IvIWMM. (orno ,
.. J MIIO t _ll 50,5...
found while he was renovating -. 1M" 55,1W55 la"M |]M
that was Robinson Craig of Dublin to IOrClassified Infant's R RENTALS ISIS N.p ........ II.III" MW ten Avo. Ill ooroM,
old house Clothing
the -
WAIT meL HCdl .. .MllW'oorii
the United States. He had painted M WANtlO

to be the home of the sixyearold ..wed J5.01 ale4c51 ... considered one of Montmartre scenes until OnlyDEADLINES I Sewing Machines ti.unt Mr) AofH III oono ond OM rotoH MMmM.
gallery suggested that be do I.4 NW Ill 05 *-. "Moil, <0* 0S., 5.5
resort Vlgouroux MIMol' |i"""h the finest at t 11PSiIe5CID 105 .
any ,
Office S 50'S p. 5-.5Il oaod .
Irish horses. His search for new Equipment STOVIS 5e.. 5r p5I.MAu.5 1055. .. tnurtKtt, KOMIIMIMOMI."yu.d* IkI
knew what another artists has Included Nicola 0<* "'"Ioncon 50IlIe11W 555. ,w v l. M d VOf 4f loili OilH OO
"No artist .
Movie M lo o> A aWWN1 ....- 55
was doing so we had com Slmbari of Rome, a aemiabstractionlst 15.5. 110 hl EquipmentOutboard _tuANTS7... ,. ......0.V'-11 55 P11015.9040,5545IPI ,
h e ex : ; Antonio Ciccone of lea hr oMta OBKD*!, |7. -cu "'.Re5. r rp
individuality. owed
plete Motors T HriUo ---
hnr-o H 01. > l| HI lot II AlCNirlffMI
plains. He not only succeeded Florence a former s h e p herd Ow Me 5s pp .. 510. Npn TOOLS '!? r7ILu.N0l;J!" _....... 5 M Iw f odbM ...
but viewers were full of praise. boy who Is being compared with II:. ...... .... Sports EquipmentNursery ooHMkjr imoir to, wi irIM ONMTWIIO III .onkMtmrri

From the enthusiasm generated old masters. This winter, a t "or idt to to M ...... Np.s or: w 5. ::a.pM 5555..555 0. M. ddro o ilori.: ftvtIM omduclloil OOMCMO olHll .
I *m. lot1WMkwrm. Furniture t;_ .. .., _, .. I- 1051 M.vSrN, w
he feels people are ready Palm Beach, he win show the *d 4 *M| U UKULELES Aeow 510 0 = =N.eS. Moorland OMlWlonol I
doors as do work with driftwood In significant ,.... 155 ,_. M ed.N OVOIMItMIOM Ml CH-
to paint their front Vacuum Cleaners 1 0 m. M lwn reryMAIOMA W C01I O ION MO* S. Joftor.WMTtB ,
farmers of Switzerland and Finland shapes combined with clay ., C M 01 MJIJJJA NO SCONEiiiiTiouir 1w 54 lu,1, 0,455..

m the house as art forms of Hector IVrtUe of tt... iinti on* ouciri* ..oir rM""H. .
or doors FAMILY RATA Fishing Equipment V 5.r Olid Ol MM Hit turn/* e51 d.*.v

do Pennsylvania Dutch. Buenos Aires. 555,505.5 .......... 510 555 VIOLINS oclloKl. ariofo. Hi i1f.>oii4 OMrOlo Sobs mi AM MM. *.HWno OMT trtiwd.I'M m II. k*
M Ml OMOItfM pip Or)* o>
1 555,15.50 ... ..... oust Building Materials or I O.MI Hmtmt turt 9ttti or *'.... .0 _oH-/.kM"i.r
The doors had two small panels IRS Claims e 15.51..4 .... Da a.Maseru. ". W ._ I pm up esWOw ...,,,'... .515155 -....
WASHERS 5.0535.5. COlor? SoMAN4aT6CNNi .
Machines nmu" .u.pwlwup 55 5055need
four narrow WI M Washing -
at top and NJ fli iRtTiuV'a lunli ,.rldo ko* ...-.
panels below with a cross separating TIM' Fe.o : '
Scranton Estate ...... Heating Equipment X TOM d Co ": SHur-n*
them. -. .e5wld MN5leSVV1. XYLOPHONESY S *o>or Dw5 In Pmnteo mom I'Id,. Ud H. r"t!
M. 555 5 r5y w CS.nwwy p..4.... ocsS
I'... 155. owes p5 ... Musical Instruments .e Mn5/555y 5551 1 II-Wol, Mold d. fi wldW
Artist Ralph Gaboon's ambitious Dire $600,000WASHINGTON 5555 a .ww.w .e .1.wNle. 1 w HWO J IIIIIIMIH
vessels :t ,0.55. '
had sailing YACHTS FM NOTW TrilMrVlllldHMW
> wN M. -104
in the small top panels I The Camping Equipment .:,: J, WMW..hl J.I.ItI."I'el".aJ PIA. 5nn,5 M 15.55. lIP M _'.
(AP) pail 105 w5. 5155. 515
and mermaids in four seasonson Pow .. W 515. ....... 5515 N
Internal Revenue Service Plumbing EquipmentChildren's Z .
says 5 -e .051155 1..0 -
The back was 50,5 515. -, IpM Mali N.5 Wis41r'10e"PcrtoxA'55'11' .
lower MM mrd OikowH
panels. ,the estate of Pennsylvania Go*.
< MMooo <*d :.' Mrwf
His "
intriguingly painted also William W Scranton's mother; J 12 point Playthings 0+w OMIy w N-, W If*

door and one by Elizabeth Sal| ewes the government more than Son oo S A... >.-> .ro. Electrical AppliancesDogs 05e....1N5y. II few.:-:I ANN.0,5. =...II.01551555.. Sy, ..05,5 \

toostaH, a beautiful creation of $800.000. Scranton claims the to Tow. 05..pPule :: UOIO'-...'.... --- fAo t

owls owlets, birds and cattails i government owes the estate 18 Point Cats Parakeets --..-. ....iSN5M1 :::""or.**In own*. \
sold at once. 5.10 .llsd Meal "..
were .. .
$263,000. -- -- -.. ...
SOT oo Isles rdUorT frM ... fT
l ;
"QuienjAnne's I When Mrs. Marion Margery buy 0 -..... MA'S1.is 551 : :5500 M 5N"5N55I. I
Robert Bushong's 5/F.pap 510 ..0 Ml k> in PM (W
Lace in the Field Scranton dad June H, WO. at 24 PointS Nothing in'tell it faster t. r.t __ Cod {. H W kjr OMI- I

was a delicately\ contrived work I I'the age of 7J, abs left aa estate S .= ;:.:;./5p aa.5rywue"rs pads 5p. w5.r ,.... IS.S .
IMO rent
a OTON pod a' N pp -
Mary Sarg Murphy's pace Is valued: at more than $7 million. a.peasaiad'' iJoMesIpe l PS Mamm.05m..50 ::::::, ,
were iaUM spirit of Nantucket ;Scranton as Fes
with whales a couple to costume the government fUttjn to 36 PT.VP.ew.,5rwrw. sell -M _M rawm* k> M X I 50 r.-*A..r_55S055 HO dwM ..., .

a church tower and EWbouse. :Inheritance taut.I OP-IM IIP H A M d. WMI ,I
.. .. i ... 'd *v <. J P<*. S es
-- -, ... Sun Want Ad
I But the IRS said the estate .w dud ewes 51,5 tort lor
tradeor '..1 OMflrf wl 00 OTOOf Mvo
did two doon owe another tMiUL Scrtntan, SUNWANT .... yes S.. p 1 -

that Irmgard became Arrid a screen sit'la a 1 peUUM BW ks UJL Tea 515..5 w ew.5..o Get Itcfttilts{ ..!:l/ .p5 J;H. 'I'Lld-wa, I

fruit And twelfth* Court ert last week. said that e.w.SM/V 515 5. Sr fix we55s4I.
I4told. N/N
Coral one
after studyinc the IRS adjost- 54 e.r w .Nr S r ADS
most dramatic doon were floral concluded be .. I '.."' ''....H J.... 1 I
knife p.huissla menU be verpwdttt 555 M w. 5 y .510 r 1C1 '''' ... )
OM a palette PUJO. 515 S. 11..5 sMrs.Mp4 .....
overnme t by l0'055 "ij 55
< mid geraniums by Andrew .. 5ne,5Fw, Mr t', dial AVON, CALLING I IIIV" Awe 55w5rt" !pr _
es u. r 1 555. 5 pw..4 0,50,5,55SMer5
enormow la 1"
another aa IRS tm7fi gifts
Shumey. The says - 510 _.w 0,15 551
sunflower done by Roy Bay of cash and stock from Ann 0,5 .d.0,5.L M Uff fl44 154 -- 5.5 r .Sys

well bowl artist who cam Vrsnioa to her family as dM ,.. e.1..O st CALL FR ..., S5 a5w.V see I Tel .loses.5 .Nw5, 'OIl __0

from Br e e u lyeyears three before keritatk --e. and a1.e0 .e5s (5.50.55 ,
to Nantucket last yean
sew w a..Fr 515 (555.5 W 5eM 1 II-W.- w..e4 F.....
ag> at VTgouww's I***- "all are todudabto .. S w. -- w 0 55050* 10M. p a
-ale....+M.oww t 8.1411 .. kdlf TUlf ._
tact.Vfcjwwi's. :Tansies made la emol i' aM Ses.SA PIA..
-- ---- 555r0. 0)0010 .111./5.
III "- UM tf death' and *...W.. lie ...5..up 5rA n5as. Od. M .... I o d. 0..0 K Mro> OMOh eler!
pHrrlrt .. 378-1411 : : ,. to* HO A N
taied .15055 .....
fen** .."* Paint Beach a r.

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c. u.tc1 T1I.n sad c .- p1y0 KAVfFv
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... ... a Aar 1115CM .... 121 WIDES
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a -
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==.. .. ::. T.. Ca'. .. 5551.- -51.01 111 1..11.1. Aav. fist d POa EL P. OUR '

=- :: ._ OTa5.. 510555 car 1... 6515... 1555. I10iLL. sal RENTAL PURCHASE K STEAK
1----- .. + .. aAa 5.011.51., 1.----... GENERAL GAINES ROOM
-- 1T.O .... CM FI .-.- PLAN I A.5.N .
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50.115GElITLF IAADuI Lad N/al.U 101.1. CWTtIne&CT
CT .. 775AO.E11r5e .o&.a; arts 5 0 ( .5.a a NIa aaa aaw..0 rFWDTC.
: .50511. .nat. S W
SADDLE HOUSE 1555 11.5 M fa M.a1.s aaall.s a Ai70CiaTEI. sac. r Di.i.. I. P1.155..0 N M. G.s.7a1 .1aIs
SERVICE : L- :- .i a I I 1Rv.CE D.5EC705T M t1 1154-171.CMR4Tl SEE .,._.. ""lJII bhhM. SWMCn5 dcr, Lid p.-b.1- mmic lit
.. DAD AND BUD LARSEM hid .* Milk. W.
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DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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INf, shady lot Rw __ I IR I .bm 75 100 dsurratnd.d 'Y OWNER 4 50. 5 "both, Colored .. ... ..., SWIMMINGPOOL Unto THE TIMEIS
hove Cwlrri hMt, test In' ..'... 0 I sillily rio. Con. bun' club i. ... .. 5000.ed turn. I Mock rom A. .
Near ,schools oxopplng itltimonthly built, In known., Carson MIIW 01159, LIovottwn 51045.. NONrofe 0509 hHHftI Sod Oral trl. tor coosA L55100'Ottr. t.rd. .OCNtOttf lI.onelol Snr.nponl.n90 MOM wim UM down PIMM PR
(mill. **ulty. lilt N.W. OlIO ens. Oil 3004010LOVELY plc. ones 45550 nu.cd flow 90 low down piymnt NW Ioc.".... war SIsm, P19. 315.1010.MODERN. ...,..
urn it : !07.IEAUTIPUL ".100. ISM .uvtlp' and Nka 5OParoell MW PHA flnonclng *rronooa. > PR _. "-
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....... .. IR 1 Mth horn.In Cirol : IY OWNER 1 IR I
( 0 .11. In kltctwn. wren.floor. conilructton I SACS with, .
luyr m y MIK HAPPINESS II.IICH 000Sy Now 1 BR t katll horn ton.MM TWl ctiormlng I IR, I both homo
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Carport 113 SOO PHA, Ill. by ewntr CHI ,R SolO M this byALACMUA from Pinwy .Mel .bullion" '..... son : Locltod 'to th NWonion down ond llol Do You
1450 down 'M I 13rd Ln*. 500MWI, INC.P5110w Mymont IN Nl Will Ave. 7th PL Miny nice Mon.Pk.0lsca pool. Have
ft Disposal 1110 month Kitcnon ll quippo
Phon WJ-3011 I story trwn In nearby 1 town or coil FR 11174.I N O5m01oo, 01. 05045 el "lost gutild ID* city, .inn. DOT :
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fluting Ocrrtv0 0vory Sill. ,,, 1 ball CS licoiirnt condition CONSTRUCTION co. yr *l IH.OOO CHI' now t* wo. A Room.Apartmlnt
''yo.' .don, M M nMrby. Oil HIM 5,990 1 .P.M,, S P.M. 1131 N.W. lullt to 0 ring 4 soon IN,eM. Cll 31..111t far ppl. mtaiarWOMlMcKINNEY. II 121,000.LOVELY .
N PL N* c.'" down. py ,n,,. rent t>!
MARYMOELLER. REALTOR C_.... coot wIM .a 5 pot the KM II M Av*. IIOMUynliTWOOO S bedtsom Il bolh. WIt' DID YOU KNOW? or
lilt W. Un'>. A>*. PR 47l r.000n. I .boW. folly' Sir toed.Mow. LASSITERREALTY I.v0mo.mry bacon loc.l.d N Tilt you con own OtIs ottrtxHvo IR
(p .VOU'LL 541 IT .VLRYTIME. *IM, now I IR I Ho NW Mellon lust 195105 OtIS .
tfllli1JIVtIQ"WII I "ball Cl homo In weNl Houso
SELL AT COST A-C ibnltk ONLY with to Rent?
...Ie mod.4 011770 M Mm ColMlM Control tiwt Levity nnr 4-IR Horn ki Milor, your IN.SUIL0E0't. M* M Ull NW 114 0,. DOS Mrm .100 DOW" sod IM tnonth, Cotton tot
Oirdcni. It* "',. I of ctrnpui on .. low down ..._1. 3 .JJ74 DEATON PoncM back yea loiior cill REMEMBER
C,. 441. iMutltuI wooded ton tor MODEL or 575.20. N1AT I .bedroom hww w Sot..
Ml'* Will nnotllt* ..rlt* Orlv Early Amelc.n ........ I 096roans. THE 'OLLOW'NG' 140M" MUST RIALTORS wo'l l 1._*.... 11 ....' 34" IMWIfrom now IH 0.
'UHW. IMtntUT O' .butt.In HOT ll O vole Socked 1 kr, I II SOLD 'HI' MONTH TO
rauM wiy tun*. VMU tt in- too 11I11 101155. Onliwwlll OWNER WILL
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3 B.droom I to bothi 921 OWNER bMutiiut ....... iwMM 5100 down VA Slot per month. built In book....,.... Study, Northwest art*. T NI.,
NE 5th Ploc. Now In NW Mellon, I Mocki tramMyrt 5400 Mew deem Int 1"71.flHA.509 HIII oar SdweroaInc. mettt4 1 lrg *ntrnc. loyr end PUnlyOf 10 09, t 01ra1 Mel spacious mldonc will nwr John Merrill COSTS YOU MORE
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Ranch Styl. with, Witrn ; : M PpnclnM, Ctll ft N' ISHI II. Slid 55119 Avo. POROYC? li ASSOCIATIS INC OLD. _.. II.CM down Mlum .. *. IncllHttl' S Mprol* 11 I fiIng Realtor 11| M in It pn. JJI than the od that
fireplace and inside bar. ONLY I MIN. from downtown *ndUnlv IX W. Unlv )7t-ltl *t HU Mr if*. room nod family room will | NW. !Mutton.
beu. make offer IUV DIRECT ly won, I IR, I ...HI Mt IUY Dime PROW lull DEeM Incl y 1 4 r'N.II """, MOVI flr.plK*. Cfntrilly Nea90d *. MilL""L' IIITINO M lo.ltrAiont Proud
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A lot 500,15 t Purclin MIM commlulon.' farwn *4 IN. Slit twalllonrd' TMl horn* PHONI PR stone rent
w. want to move It this/ prlt* raduCM it* .. II5Mdn clutivtiy listed wittt McKI n n Roby. Roy McConn T. C. Dour
IR, :\\J Price 111000. Ill) I* m* Mango mdl Th* 59t0S lose oyOrn ASlOIATUMAlCELLA
yiar *HA I*r Mini VA, 1101 kllclm Nl 1511' TV, .. l\* pat can 11I,*...,. Ir* *tW Nero, wl/h 000011o11t, flnOt1It.. MODUN MUL' LIII.L 5 III Inc. Oil Wllolf.J .1111 tot Jr.
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Open for viewing' 3 BR Nuoh Idwirdi. Ine J74I -"n. .r CMnct mtnor collKt Molt IdwHM, NX., I7H M writ. 511140 with ttrKtlv I J. FINUY PUL WOOD M your

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and 2 both. Brand
new Low dawn p.yl V) m*. Ng ull- TNSEI p0roa0. 0OfOnV r.10 Now brickrent homo M00 Nlnu. 5000115' 90Ne tots of room. vacancy COSTS
with superb construction .... AREA I .11 t "5.M.n 4 10. r 5.1N, Pla. ton., CMrrolOval. PARRISHPRESENTS
MARY .. 05 I.roo 1.005. 04. Swt C'OI'' t* oe_.. liaowoiki. dead end "roo' Con" FHA
throughout. 3815 NW 8th MOELLER REALTOR ...... O.",, Ned itrMti, cmirit qulol Id./11V lacatnd wllhln 3blocks YOU EVERY DAY
wM AOn.oc1rq 1,0.9. Nip Only 5105 doom win.
lilt If Ow .Sh001 P511040trr111 4 IR t INN N. W. Awn
Unly Av FII..11 I* ichoM *nd 'H'1
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IY OWNCR 4 IR, I .Mth, .,ll 305.taSI.* J ComponyPIREPLACf Piy easy UM down monthly piy This groporty It In novel I outCondltlM Pound nk II4.1M 1m. until it II ranted:
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on unit twilci. Tirr.tio HOMII .|M ourMwlllul "Mint '.11"'. """". cxolco, MlshootnoM.. lirKH. CM k* POW tln ncd wlm too
lots of loll. "..... OH PR ."' 3 for MOVI IN. Near Unlnrilty, lviy' brick hems.
tpot" brick llroolKO MmMki down lo0 Show
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cllnt Normwoit Mlghborhoodi. cut cot mil I ,". I .bath .house HSI DOWN .000. VI clollntcmt Otisinn praporty kofw yggguy I .....-.. I ........ *nd Mr U of P. Llv in sod tons *tncioncy .
I A 4 ldr*.m M.d.ls InSHADOWIAWN Quality .built, by T,. .I 17U NW 7th PU DouDK crconditioning Only M p.r m., piymwtIncludti Oil M Ml. Sloe Ptarin NMV A study whkhll ipl. WU, Call tor .Intormoikn : flU DAY IS
JACK DE YOT D. ZMrwwr. custom .V 1110 port. r'.tLFI:11I room, 000rotMN. '''" A hinirinc. I compll'oIV ..."'.,.. tMiKd on ,
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OPPIRINOiMMtfuil 'In-KIt., sod. control KMI. Lt ARE YOU MOVING! TO OCAI' A< MACS AN 0"11I .... Mon _m ",.rllot valI. .. fu"yfumlilwd .. nwllwwl Ioc.,..... Hill I Itovo Slid OVM, Olvixo lIP m*. "." lIP lop
Styles for YOU I in, m 0 iw. ""' 00. 50. *t NIp horn to Ocuo Pla | IR, CALL Oood condition bedroom limping prrn ham torpor!. Oood tinmlitg. Coil
1120 iw urn pu N9.ttPR5. I "Midi, nMr Jr. MIIHO e0' $17(00 pot month .Innm new. I* Mil wnn km down Mynwtl M .
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Ky tllli Chris Stan ) Quillty inittrM' k wortt On ION .landscaped 01' Will roasonoNo Ntorst II MARY
mMmlp, IACIf Nf. .It h TERRACI I IR, trd for llmllor horn M would two V,0 Ie 51100191909110D0tsI "kill In* home. 4 M* HT pea HN Mr .tyMl
Emmett Hollow r .) A community' you would .b* I "Mth .....1... PI*, room, "Ircond OoiiMtvlll PrO, ring tram Myrtl RooltorWm. volt. C.II PR Not. rown I Mth. tmlly roast, cnll
.rova M llv* In .. tonod Yard, .....'..' coo.dltlat 115,090 t* 111.ooo cut McKinmy I ( M'I', AiiocIlN) drMI ployraam" Nroploc In llv MOELLER lIP ir.. .." MT MyW
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I2S NW 13th St. IM Htn M ion Cal,, J. : 05,90, : i. wnitnlr REALTOR
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luivrlovl iprtmnt bvildinf ... ., Llitlnf I bah 10010 wb1N livln9 room. till, W Unly. Av*. PRW
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Heilhll Maw moron ,r.nl
I 4 ...._.. Wlll..In 111W' TOWERS FEATURES $... I.,..., I Mr m*, M Ills MT MyH
on "vlplnout, 0011. "" IIA M 0 CsofrN 10.11 How lining, Aln eel now t .bulroom
Sown __. 'HA Nem 0700ownO. 01 "",C_"....... I ....., .on,.."" hosted *nd Mrcond Mr m* M.II Mr My
'mil in KitckMftm "llono hem M ergo 10* ale FORDYCE'FEATURES '
50,1190 0011. NOW ,LEASING ..,....
0 15504 tot M yvitviwhi Silo MT m* MB MT My
THESE HOME VALUES CeIl.leilds", PlanoM lull) in .". .n unlit.
lI.w In. p1K0 MN IIiroot I .... t Mil CCI Mona
BEFORE YOU BUY OPSIs MOUII DAILY taCftt..d MM .._I|. Mult Mil" Priced t* loll ThrM Mdraom km CALL 378-Mil
lmm."l.t.ly. Very __..... .In Sod nwlho.nl nol..bor_ In
Coil 11.01 N WIIL .....''onl Mnditton, with .Moutktul
low n parmml Mev .5. soon II / vrd. '", mOdi.,. *ccup..Ky 4 to I bih kmd ilimt JOOt M TO PLACE
MM Nl 14Itt Drlvopat ... 0., turtt Camay room, CWMlni
SAVE! Itt mtmmt, tut with cllnt r.H fln ncln., built m kllchM *nd ",.." 0115r
,....... !'*
075.455.PLANNING ....-.... Two b.drsarn bom5 M iMlunt Cell SUN RENTAL
dill.... Mn d IA.I l0 MMl. '"" PHIPtACIIn WANT
Soil ADS
BUY YOUR NEW HOME tS1na. In llvlni rMm I br I
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MODELSNow / Acrx Now wtiHId .
BEFORE DECEMBER 31 Unlvwilty itrtctod luMlvtolM, ol one toll r*. !... 55. f 10 FWIOY Aria (IllP.d.

Paved lit..ii, inild' ktti lino, ... rHW. CH"MING IS H.NNN Sales
AND SAVE YOUR TO moon KIM OutilM, cry llmin I Dr I I Imlr bath.
Open Ihul NO CITY TAXII Mowo ol 095 PI*louiovifd lion. ..... LII IV ow .... .." J II( cel ..;
EXEMPTION BUILD Mow of w._... 1e.0NMe.
nd hstdwrd ,
I l' 11 Soy _.. J...." 1.1. ice Nam.m sod DR. ftroplm oiroiiml noon in i
stood Ioop11001 5304 9010 Pwdyu
Northwest .").101. Cll
MiMnM MIM, tirMrt lr|. mil.:
rot QUALITY PLUS "\ NtlId. flly PR 1114,
The following, sits ready for S2T I. Unly. Ay.. M. M.PARRISH 51.1 OLIN
KCVPMICy.(72f liroo mmhwtobi homo tor Estates LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDEl LIT US CIVI YOU 11310FORDYCE 1'H : NOS' ;

0 ....* tomlly. 4 IR, 4bthi S Swimmma P*.l Ro S.W. nth uo > llvlnf' room tomllydinoito. Si AISOCIATL INC.e500 .lose' N L11tIsw kheal
Way S '
pMer, dlnlne ,,, 5.0190POOL .... _.
Teem 'OId" ON .
(Country Club lit oft*) ocnonod porch, IR, c....'" lulll homes rgB Cintr.1 Alt C .d. l.undry r.illltlol YOU "NIW HOMIMAURICE '51405 CONSULTANTS .. ..._ Aroomy IlKlvn.Po ,wNl.

4 ID, rt .bomi, nt Pbncn.a/ I* Mm down Como .Nlctad Sum g* Lvtlirg C*>**t* Dnp Chro ...IOCI.".. INC. Dick' Satan PrtncM M...|h 509/Pt.0tea1lp end sIP _".......
..... 1M eddltlMSl sole'' plfNp alp condition *lt a P.ved P.rkie, Ames Lighted lidow.lko H. Won* Hill NIM, trhrCoralvn .. 50,540 Owldn1' H.,..y IMIMDudly nd *Mwn* lul pot
tllnmMt nr**, mMy lux- .built 'M .... __ ..utlfully W..... Iota d) j lUvotor S. Pooloy Mary Pirrli II C. 0., OouMM 01st5050 5911 MhNMNe.
dry Nature. Viry nciuiiv opportunity tor nlc, rooming 10 N I. Pint It. TN 3151310 IH W 1101. 3101314 SaloN iesnoy, iMIWr, I) w
Mdlon 17001 dn Sib IttoMr Noose Seed Mwsmtatl Sot All City onvnlgncg ATWATER'HONI.I.IUO U..... 57.1350. -
0,0.151.WIII' dim .oneness, broporty Lot OBmimiiMy PHONE 376.4456 FRED
e t h 0 r flntnclol grrng lib 111'--"""'* Ng giiiinintg CHRISTMAS IN

90. NW 14tk Ay*. M1119tw010 Ioo..y 50059.4'.._M 11 550 Oouvo bsN0'M SALES OFFICE 424 Moor OPEN S.rvlc.9 TIL) 5 DAILY Forest Pines REALTOR

5 5e. 1Ama bllfl B50 down. NorwoodHope of 10 W. 0190 004000 2104 S.W. Uth ST.- U... HWY. 441 OAINISVIILI NIW An EictlUnt Colored Nc.ghboiheed MIIR
ton 515050 5510m If N.W 5509Av5w
WIlt W .... fonviy Ml f.tl Mil |
Butler Bros. kodrocm I oom koovty WIN *.>.
,1 GIAOI0ao BUILDERS 0 dl.9w0.90P .... 11_'. 0090'
"H" Inc. wen S 1... 00955 no.rsy.w
s WALTER STUBBSInc. I 015 "00 ..,... of 514,005. W'III'
l I r We Trod Homes easy 'H" Nana euNN SWbey .

h ///V i or PropertyALL .
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005 tomty
fu.,19S OPIN FOil YOU TO '10. Phone 376-5394
wet! M mil .
ramplly eN5.1.
M.", ... .1 Horn luil Jon 'U 1130 well$ s. 4rhJU.VRItTAt'" "Wt trade hou..." I iwilrri ... ION HOI. IIHMifciMIIIy

AtMciitim .1 Gainesville PR 4-uoi or PR ."". NMI) P..H, Soy MMr.
JMMry lit m Ml M m itniMMtpIlWI. <
--- 1965MODELS .
M... 15,995.
t' er<< t( te: tt: t:! 1WI TO

LIMITED NUMBER OF$1000 Down IN ... 11I11 O10oo. 115 15500. N. It(

COMPLETED VA N.Cop "j-j-lrtiiV. //.f Drv.l 11.. 3Neel) /09900 lerollan. Sod 510.5 509055 N bus NNS,1.u......

sod M I. 2SH. KFtv lowly bsw..e5.. 1 a.9Nw _
MOVE IN BEFORE JANE 1$11 INCLUDES CLOSING VILLAGEGREEN Nw M.i nry Hmg lr.. sit, posed ..,.... Only 511..
... ....
I Throe bodroomt. til. both, kllthgn, (lying room, dlnlnfl ore. fn* *r CumnilIfKH. .1-

room and a Ioue staeg. end utility room plug front

porch Built cm e nice UK /lot complgti with plant 1:1StIwt00
Be Eligible for Homestead Exemption FEATURING: and town, II w ea/wd lIlt
4 MONO I .'HllftI..
Tf.l *rl<. IncMlng ilggln g 05,0 ,41100.00
LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMES 1 100 x 100 Ft. Lot Extension D wnp.yn..nt noSy I JO.00Mtnthly ARNOLD
> 65.00
pymnH Ilo.lydis.Is.rraaae
iiAity COMP4NVMillli
No FHA Qualifying Top N.W. Location I Hi. lntlkM.nNOf.HA.INg *!* HiHn tUKlMT
8 d'oUy, M. M e.d mevo rtht In, kv. MW home INS W. u..... ..,. V.MMAM4CI.IM

4 Bedroom Homes All City Conveniences d G.E. Built-Ins Feoturlng G e nerol I lk'f "oPIN'lUNDAy P5.00.,4 Jlf* .CMNWl
ft 3 & Electric Kitchen. 1.10. PM TILL S fMCM 0:"w, ;y =

I 0. M.C.y Wa90P ....
ft G.E. Built-ini. Terms To Suit Your Budget. Premium ConstructionNear Home priced from c.rlidli 7V

SI 3,300 o $18.275. Office bMt4 N N. M.I I*. 54! ll'ol 11vd.I JWK

1 Schools Payments from $100
376.7971 I
HUGH a month up. YOUNG 372-8W4
'BETTER NOW *> oM 5 ,tllldnn wOW II
N.E. 15th STREET end 28th AVL hove fireplaces, paneled I COLORED maw 1305 .......... ,-
' family rooms. 2 I 15,100 Poem penny Ps,5N won
54.100. ..11. enaN"

>>>> ::'>>)1 V. HURRY! full baths with central Indirect ) wad Moat e5. :::',ttftH Proiftg, 50995111r* t oV f

I lighting, wr0 III tier AcrMI M.fitMik .
ducted heat Italian RENTALS weary would ton MON
*. lormii gtHdll 05L5ANTA

Only a few terrazzo floors : :: u1.0 :: MSo' "=

Attention VeteransYOU ... ...
homes left I BRAND NEW DUPLEXES : (000000000w

I OUR NEWLY lpid Mr MM prlM l,1
11.. M tn* ttw w./ mssSsOn
SrV Buy Now To ,,--, No If ouM
IN BEFORE JAN. 1STI! I Sloe N Per mw9Wf
CAN : QUALIFY FOR 1965 HOMESTEAD ) *. curMnuj wo*.
I Moe .50005.5110 30090' o1re.95rM
i i .eW 0a95u III PHTW* Pool
homes which! will be eligible/ for home. EXEMPTION! north en Melon' 35. 6rbRlJI I* IMI W..< 909 lIne tap b.
We hove several completed eNW. lth St. to I'tIt PK .... I..** Ito* M fcOM

if they con be occupied before the I 1st. I Av.. Turn ngril l...l> la all N 509 osn'il. saey.00
exemption M fM lIWW1
stead 15 $10 DOWN VA Nt. 15th il turn ,.lcjrItoutM <. *5 M NtO 550.2 II '

wo"H for YOUNG > YOU* KM VMT mm M I loopy

These homes range in price from $12,800 to $17,800 In FHA FROM $400 DOWN AMIIICAMOMlSKOrltpHtlt N. I. I hi sw Sash to N9.Nt0.... KM 519050* _5a.094_'-roe.
from $74.74 to MOCtLS Saba IM05o O 5Mq room Wad
mOlt different sisli.! Monthly payments MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM .,tIt V and W h A... e.cM III 5..091 5011.0040 10'
hmM 372.7070. /MW sawn. 905.0Noe
Mal one M PTO.M .
$109. Nv00V pouts N
75.16 Moth VIM, Mason .e bMo.P
i o 5 5.0'5095q 1We w w555 5501 sou u. ...
hove the benefits of all City.services, large lots. and the ... Open Daily 10-1 scow 509..9 ..... .- 5.15.5.m.55 A05.oN9e0 IO1s who
.You will I 0 ,,,
0 "0'050'0 C C001M.ese y.n.fi 5111. asN.ed 50
Ga.nesv.Hi'i oldest end most successful builder. Come out I Ton If" ,-. 0 590 .5900 00190 :t... ad Y.ots :
parlance of finest Christmo with Sell Office .. N.W. Ulh A.I 0 P a5.1 paM.r wM90 .l.... t.4e wtro51 w on so w .........
rd let' ... .1 we cor.1 make this your 0 Tone 10. awl ...-. 09050'0'..
obrlnd home by K.rkpotnck & P..rson. ..4 N.W. 39tb Terr. YOUNGAMERICA 0.01109 51591st. ea01oe 055 .1r.ns.- Harts 6050.Noon J.W.

new I 5_ C1rst. C40r N 509045 ..4 .... sou I KIRKPATRICK
SOS 0 0901004 pap Yowl
: .:=.: 511MNft. I SrrtsPN

COURT MANOR Brothers BuildersDaily M. Mss Pe slew
HIGHLAND Duller 49.M40.M 05o ITMUt w ITMIlt .aacl.'"
i iIi Plore iWua..n Stow eolse.11
HOMES TIM ......... IP *** It ntrfMoot lorn krrw* ... OKI I _.. ii 1 1TLf <..I"I! Office-NE 23rJ M. H* Ter, -J72.J 7l 172-9545 Night n'.904. i L..,'cO dt.wla4 .N 1,150.M .

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A MQ QI N e DAC C551l0fArT X71/6QrAgAOYAllr71j Tai f1Ik/TNAj lid Owle.ue. 'hq baayjLi 040 8 1 re 704
10 TMAP !OP's 1650R1G 10.wicu MAtwA+Atf }NET T11 a MSU1llf 7 110TN DY M 5I 47! 4 htw Iry IR SM110 11 ( $

ssplnf.. ice! ItAtf 11RD I1PIfetJ fIK1 TN1N6 9005,4 N 114 703.411 t5. N *4 000007S t A

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For ....
I IS HOUMI For Solo 45 r-umho Aptg. 47 Houaoi for Roof F
'I5 How.. for Sal.4.w IS HOUMI For Sole IS Hawse lot Sol U.I.- I 5bD'PLAYER. '_1 ......
MODEL HOME for 2 i behSi, frameat ki I Ac... wi' 3 R.nt I .
tLOliliOUT CLEAN Iwa room apt m.01 IKAtlER SPAChPOR L uS. '.25' Kale w-a hack
'FfSt dtI" How ""II" bedrgwn, II t# month Jill. Wlnn", II mllei from Oalnef Sac?" pricl 441 Io"'n' .
8R.i I IN Nii..UEMHV. I UR. LLII Homo two lull bath Vacant Jan RENT equipped Armrlcan Ptyer' trelni other goo*
RNInI M.life2Fans.. brick front not down, take u e tor tale by" owner 14.ON com or ba//dar'O/ m_. Gw.r.l l'ocl.1e' turn U14 NW ltd ,,-. Call vine Lake prlvllegee. Ml per me BO MONTH RH'...."' ''llh Include bar fully re.< .. toyt Pnono .M 14031exl .
reI.lao.'o, furnlsfted. Ndown. o aym.n100f m mo. loot XI 14100 on termi at IMtt down bulll.In even and renga. 6E control FR 1-7344 for apptITUDCNTIt Per miormallon phone "' -_ Nowberry. Trailer P.rlb.looorly. cllento.0. plenty. ,
,.-II NO par ..... C 'II $ PI it4-4>4l all., I. IN nwithly ,,,...... healing edwtebie te elf con.OlMonWo **. ant atflcmvclai I BR I bath I carport, aloctrkaqulppad 'II of lore parting with hwy An frontage unuiuaily' fine 1In ORAPLEX_ new _view d., BJJ.camera Weliem'w-l

.....6.3400.PO OCALA Modi I .R. I bahr... I STORY COLONIAL Homf I.HI. I. Fully: landKaped lot ovailabia for na>t trlmaa. daluno kllrhan. Romalnd. "HARN YOUR' PRIVAT. TRAIL lilting and proven money maker. sal ...... 0000 5123.P710 ,
( NOW AND WORK OUT THI __ celling paneled on.dig 4 SR. modern kllen.. IM- dope IIM down VA, IIMpar tar .Phono 1714411 attar a pj*. or at Kama aultklontly fumlwwd ER IPACII" You work II ..... I MARY MOELUR REALTOR 277.0100. I
DOWN PAYMENT e. family room with' II.. OM moo down Oil PR .-..7l month Or, MM down PHA Only for men Mtomatlon. for ...."" family Thlo apacloul .... In your spare time WrltiOccupant '
"harm. M honlly wooded 1010 000. I.. 1.00.4-In bid yard to eon drlvi' by ." NI Tin SINOP.THWE1T IIM par monlh Include tenet end DUPLEX loc opartmant hat homo lociiod on ..... M min P. 0. Bon Mi, 0.1.... ICH W. Unlv' AvoPR_ _04471WONOERPUL FOR SALE: GE portobl
1:. under Collat/nlCIIOO. T h F f bulb-be kifCh.n m-2OIO or d61003. GAINESVILLE doting. Hugh Idwardt, I... C* two IR.a. and la comprtnly, tar from Galnoavllla/ .....n.. quar.tara 51110. buimaee opportunity Stereo Coll FR 2-00021
four bedroom, and AMAIN flee at NE 15th w and Mth dow nliftad iNcallant' Incomo prop and boat houia. .80 pit long 7 ocm of 1 lend with on ettebllin.ad
f ;; : .:: froof wmodal. 174-Ttyi dock, good trading, m ..... Waldo PULLMAN oota boy'a 14" 'bikes
aba$110. Inclualo LOVELY OM tree* largo Mil.oc.IierI | arty | block from Campua. PrlcoIU2M. SI-A Wmroe T. R.... i buHneii 05/500 elation' emcltrut ,
,In W./wood 1.101.0. FINLEY AREA MlOnborhOo'd, Thia 3 Writs out ol town ownorIN 40.,4.101. grovo room for trailer 10 X II Uderoon tent
.....Ik to oc110otO. All coy' ....k... PHil financed. broom I bo'h ....... 6000 boa 19 Out of Town Property tor com.'." bdorrnat/ot./ i' ....... Cl..... modem C'. WANT '0 tact pa1.. to. JG I. 1011 court location AH for cuk* ..... .Mnter. -HE planar IMO Or Vk HP PR, .withbVeltit .....s.0,
end N. WMeth
N N.W. :WIN Drive Flo, and I. .rtl.IIV 'Ito of
largo roan bath right kin
..11I oct.1e klleh. blO 101. Would' eontider
I ham
Pl.u. Call 111")4 dolly or S ledroom air _11_. requirement I IIwoom. and ... bolt. b.auliuibl ALACHUA ono bedroom mobll.1IomI. Comoo Wolerm bolt of 0amly. 31 ..,.
Beiutllul ground Only .. gold N W. Sect.... Available Jon. PR MOMaurnhlMd trade. lolling duo to Illneal of WtNCHISTI. .111. :II
101. 4 ml loom Rover
]76-9011 nigh/s.' .,. down ant t.J 110' 100'. pr' '
....,... MM a a1 oolohborhood .IPRJIWl MARKHAMI. MCm50b.pie. 1100. llk. ntO condition 060 Cap
dining room ..... Drop by or call till N.WWlh ili HIgN' ....1_ fln.ncing' ,,"I.bto. of Alachuo. Call O l"n or ioaChaitar I BR ...... within' I1 owner.. FR 1-1212.
0 with option' Central Pamlly room Heal Drive 174-4144. 17100, 57Per month Danlala' 150. moI 48 Homo for Rant Unfi.ro ml Campui. Mule bo vary r
(R. LR and kll. ... Wator fur.nithad. :iltof TO YOU
'bnem 1 bath. Polnlry room jnutiGlodyi: DREAM NOME' FOR SUSY WOIo\ RALPH'.. Au FOSSEY.. 3711-3"RNllo. II W.Vn' |7| month. JA NW Reed MIOhN71lood.401 It Dunatan Writs Way M W,/... (I W...... to Ivy Our Very tart W,.... Per Thli I i
t flr.plo1;. two sir condition. Smith Realtor AM I I' 11110 I 50, I bath CCO 17th It Call PR 191&9.EFFICIENCY 2 BR HOUSE tom Park bales. Ju. 0. Photo ChrIStmas" teeian sod me New
010d0711 Itlit31.0. KNni'parc0 1HIW. Unlverllty' Avw home Oak parquet floor, ellceremlc 112.1. :J72.lt3I .. .. COINS WAIlED I Year
t.ncd yard. scroN from tiled bnlhi eofra .. 40 aull"., ,..,..rtl.W'LL APTS. OX Nf 10th Avo. Physics' Dm, .tt Jan Itrvar PROPANE L' OAS
ollward lI.h.p J,. HIn. W 1'1' CHARM quality end family living net eloaef Itorage ft kitchen .5C MO. AH Ul end foreign ARCHER ROAD
... .wl'ft opilal to buy. .119. 'I' era emplieiliad Hi the teteaf cut.Wlmberly fully equipped with toe IIIIILD 11I ....1..UIII'11Cfo rom.dollOn.d S built home I. vail oven, dlipo.il, OW, winver proved tenant a new office 10 Sailor Gardan Apartmonta Call 376-1562 odor doll_
... BR Delhi, 1 La. tree eheded apotiticatloni ROOM AND BOARDroomi <:; ant REBEL STAMP k COIN SHOP SINGERRou.d
101.' I I dryer your on R p toned Ont and two bedroom 11010.lahad ':IS '.M. -
a#dve.m cement. 111I bI"'.. 1.11IO penaled' family room, control l comer lot In choice NW wee.tlon tot located en NI lit It:. 4 bike.trom and unturnlshtd ..ntI",1e maid Mrvlco horn cooe> OM W llnlvonHy' Ave bobbin good tendlttofi 1 Hiconwlo
reg ss. R. logo wllh0IRepNCs. hailing' a, air cemfiilonmg. BMU.IIM I blocks from echoed t 1 City ".11. Call 172-MI7 or haatlng'olr 1111 NW I4lh Avo ** cabinet. Equipped to Hog -
Kltchona .
Lop.::Et.I: I land.0r Interior lo much more ttian loaf naw 10. mopping plate.tele 171 I ... I .bath Good conditions! 237 SW 2nd Pl c*. tt HoueeKoW Gowh and make button hole' 141
fopd. 0100 010 you would enpect for tit'500mo by owner. goneroui Nome nn.GOOD conditioning awlmmlng t>5 mo Avallabla and of D.... bit or M per me. Notional S.-
1 a7m.A' Hardwood II.... $303.op NW. 36th T.. ON N.W. 11131Au. low IA per cent $.....,. Call BUY pool ona block from '.K. KIRKPATRICK REALTY CLEAN modem home. TV m a I Io dOotolC. "kII-- bod. Machine Co., Ill W. Unlv.
E. 711I tIrof. ::11'1-2527. Shown 111 ."""Intm.... 000 171 !wn or 171 3701 for Vanga' School. Prom IIOI par U N. Main' It FR J-4*.. ....... ......'.. I MNI RlU'HOL'lIIocII: w.ybld, dI..". Ave. 117.US!,
i hoi" day*. 171 MM. Lloyd My Mra Edwardii tflt NW M IW R IW nnod R'P Won. monm. Roaarvo youra nowl. e... I BR HOUSE In 0,.... HilghtaTHREI day I day a w..... III. PhonePR STcotiea O eheln 01 antrout
}1Ie"James Company D"j' darfirt nor IW. lath Avanua end lomTarrara. e-tein STERLING FLATWARE fair.
.Ick, "d.. evening or waehendl.I opportwhr for 0 nkerooming tor root or for Sale. Call 444. cabinet' dWlay to-
novae good ......> 17H454NEWLY : display fan pattern, I place, eettlngiolio -
mont for "" .1.... proparty 97V 1971 .11. 7 P.M. 51 OHice-Deik/ Spat..po1 .. and other houaehold Itemi Haled .tw.... Very roe.
Unl. .... It .Iniereitod call DECORATED APTt.Cc*. bedroom, I both untumlth." HIV Nu Pumlturo Ihop .KHW _.bI.. Cake plot .... pie plotsholder.
o 'logo atuoanti/ and eovpin winy' 10th Avo Phone PR fc4 H _
_N.rwood Hop. ::176-5301 ad IMO month Immadlata 3769695.TV .
out chlldron protorrad Call Nowbarry par ,.OR RENT .:;0 5Q. FT. of olllce
I SERVICES 4T1-CTI or 0137' REALTY. KM NW etli It Cell J7a- WBLBILT gee itovo 4 burner ANTENNA, yrlce I PJ
42 tevmi ft Acr.... tool or 171 Una.FRESHLY oeortmenf lite, excellent coral own, po0ON = baby bids
NICELY turn I room opt. with.. m'522. tlon. .... 'h. 17J-4MI alter 1Xp : itrollorei, cheitldrawerii 00
1'1 Ilia oath and utility room U! redacoreled oHIco loace m. ploy ponai 101 /linoleum U.MlKenmore
I I bath CC homo aim Iv ll
J CLOSE IN par mo. Call PR, a fl>7. tail for rent Upitaln with I itili- lilt apt'
loom, naar LlIII.Icnoal. 1121 CLIAN vied refrrgeretori eleb' range
mrHome toO Krai Improved paaluro ftalnaivlllo.EFFICIENCY. par mo. .Phona PR 0-3141 or ..0 and wayo olr and one elevator' rum., heating Oft' alia .,..... trm00. S ..... u gn ...... lilt Formica top
And Business 150 ecret to ba Improved opartmant for rant at 104 NW J m Tar congltlonlng .../ REPAIR WORK ON All dinette like new H7.Mi b eok-

7M fi acroa acres chlckan paean grow ranch couple on Nowm.n'or two Itudanta L.k.. Ideal Ulll Iv P o,.r. I BR I balhl cant haat built.,Inkltchan atreet Norwood perking Hope elw' FR availablePhone 0-9301 MA K II. Call PR 1-5001 .m..."..",' twin_' bad chlld'e, bunk.bade..drabl.no

den. Call, M,.. Itoadham17M3tl FR I 1414.NICI carport and atoragoaraa SECURITY .UII DING l-A-fi APPLIANCiS GET OUR CHRISTMAS
yI four for rant UN par mo, 11M W. Unlvanlty/ ..... Pint Clan oiled and Guoronteeda FRICh ; PAULINE'$. til NWIth
room PR
garooo atollrmm1. Phone MI24
Mortgage Broker Roofing ...... Retrloereton from IKManoM 00. Ave.
y't M4 Gladys Smith, Realtor no chlldrani 171 parmonth. Office -- Air Havetor from I3t 00
\ mow. Unlvenlty' Ava.IM Apply' 111 |.W. Ird ,.... I BR. 1 bath, kllchan furnllhadI erl-Hreet parking Janitoraarvlce 17 5 Wlinen from lie upS 1964 SELECT.C.MATIC
Unlv Avo. Phone 174-iTOt ".II..1e. Cell PR WOOl
t 015 per cent mtereit, Tents IIUy. C. L. HARREU. deans, county nr. Gainotvllle attar I pm artar 6 p,M. ., PR 1-141t. Dons ROM HI up Autometlc Zlg' lafl, "m man 1monlhi
tf Contractor Hwy frontage' Land tunable for NICE' FURNISHED tat Floor, .... i I Pood-Preeien from ent UP eld., Doeibuttonholoi/ lecv ',
$ For ell root,,,, neede 8IId CLEAN two bedroom. kltchan oooly OFFICE IP II C I AVAILABLL !rom'" ,
WY = BUILD DEPINANCICod : your r* ....1"" boor Khooll. pip' apt Good raildontlal toe.tlon DUtiwaihera up ., appllquo, monogram
f pain cell M anytime. MARY MOELLER REALTOR Con_'''' to itoroa Old pod, CIOM to but .,.... Mi. Phono Downtown Control hoat A -Cl W TV let from 111 up ...C0ote darni, mendi, ett
.. PO -7748 buillna. within walking dlitanca FR 6-1774. par me Call Loaalter' Really' JIM VOVLfl APPLIANCE4lt CO without anochmanlt. ".50 pelmonth
Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3375 ion W. Unlverilty, dos. PR .-..71 of iquara Couptaa only 'Root 3710371 or 37-7f43. KW' llh AvaPh I7>5jraWAJHER. or 158 cath.

R. 0.10th. 'HA 0,40 con...._ Of 10w0H0rrant Garage Doors WANTED anall rarer .""ro.. 100 M monthly, Phono PR 4.3010. 49 Roomi lor Rant completely' portable 4Is. N.tlon.1 Sowln Mtchln. Co.
"'''. Tamno ta 36yaara to IM ....., ......, witn.. Kouaa THREE orchjopan 54 BXiineil) R.....,. Apt. .1... _.. Fw ...... I" w. unl. A... 111-1351
but pot Prater toco roomy acraanad p ULI<. fROM tAII'I"VI' W k"chon" .. .....c.or. ,
nacaatary "
3/1.1101 Will Iodly 41.0000 OO Sobllg,0lell. OAR4GI DOOR IPICIALIU lunoiy Old." C.b'OI'' 'fy" MODEL Amer Plyer tra nI
II.. In gan vicinity of 0.,.... privilege Clove to waihaterle jcateterle. ....Ng with KALE
Call' b n.orraw. (Imteilation 4 ropelre. NEW offlre o. alors 100. ::11..S3.5'h ataem engine llghtot
723 N,E. 9ri AvFURNIIHEO diewi t
J. W. KlltK'A'.,CK, h.11ar/ troublaat Coll: villa would awap bully for 121 mo. & SO to Include plenty tIA 20f HW inch PlOCI. diner I
It N. Main M ..... FR ,...M ndoor otter 4PM. Anytime Woy..... It dI.I,. I.. call APT EIKtrloltY' between periling 1 end' I P Call M' PR 1-0747 A.. 1121 per mOo Phono PR tranitormerl.Pullman car vIII.Hgnted... Aquariumw. '

Polo o. ARNUPRIAI10 weak gnd4 BJ. 0. COBB hot and cold, watipir ,. All for SII, 0251. DISCOUNT ...rmo"". PR MI4
17110 NW 14th Ave. 17MOM 04. ...... tamed. 600 Ours arm. woak IM NW :Jrd Avat oaf per ..... large clean corner FOR LEASE 10,000 aq. ft. More
FAA AI.D CONVENTIONAL p.ltu1. 3 106,0, Nn a Cabins .R turnlihad opartmont 170 OtI new bad bait part of city cloie building,, W. Unlv Ava Pricenog PRICES UOIRLI BICYCLE Like new
TELEVISION 'In Alochuo Co. In 321 HE Ird It mo. Call Harwell, Haynai lee or call alter 4 it 1024 NEitn
o.,4. LOANS BR I Bath 125 M per w. undersell everybody.HENDRIX .
mt W. UNIV AVI PH man PORDYCI R ASSOCIATEO INC. ) BR IM Bllh 17900 FURNISHED ROOMS IVi blocks I FR e-2e41 or I. P. Mliall Place
P101731TU0. ".par "-'.'. 11 .24 W. Unl. 37.1231SIXTY MARY MOELLER REALTOR from ..m.... 121 IW lit A v .. FR "75S1. P* I-HM.
P. H. Com
A. Loano
PORDYCI 0, AISOCIAIli INC poP loch plug 0101 .....11 moos ACRES toil W. Unlvanlty' Ay. PR 04471 Call 37H3H. Mala .tu_.. only FOR SALE 011I RENT en M0vlly FURNITURE CO. U" RC Victor TV ....,.., alec
Stuto Gloss fu_ I Year Warranty IpoclajRocomfrtlonod floor Alochuo, extremely' fartlla NICI ROOM cloao In, off.''''' trevelM, hwy at Melroie building NW 1m Ave. et torn It. 'tor, ond ether houaehold.
b t2d W. "ALTOR'm' TV I Irom *> fi. bondHuN. now wall, all tancodiIII BRAND NEW 1 BR APTIAtrcondltlonad parking rafrlgorator available. eultable for reel, eitato of. ANTIQUE mahogany china sloe, Ili,01s. May bo Non ot till Waf.REMINOTOM
I 0 ilL"" .. our ..Iy .uoit5a THUS vAs 1M IIOREI.I 000 total uooo down and tllo bamt tarroto An 1.0,0 furnllhad Rl II IndPI flee, reitaurant. retail ..I... On 00. 6100 arm en.". erv 1 r. do lid.
.s. ImmedlatO halallall,00, Drinking Wat. A... good ",m. on Dalanca. Act tloora, modern furnlturo. Only FR 1-2511 lirga tot Phone 4755811Harenoute 004 Nfs .11 500d _1t10.. ELEC. and UndeJ
j .0 plCbup i dollYary. Add 4 Technician with 04 yean e. tram Unlvo..IIV ,0 'I .
.euly value' $0 your co. ,.,1Once on ell, makea. quickly' on Hill ono. louth"No chlldron o. iota. 01 0 CLEAN rooms for man. .1010 .In. SMALL for rent. 1014 HW :M 374.6991.FOR wood manual typewriter. BS
AUI DIN" AUTO 01 ASS C0.7J CRYSTAL Clear wring wall cnonvkel S. E. SAPP. REALTOR m 0. Con J7-74il ::17.5859, maid ....,c.. web of ohona. DAN BYRD MALE Whirlpool Imperial' auto.malic Dock movie prelector 120
NW tlh it PR 02551.sCpproiial free and detergent tree Ap NEWBERRY, FLORIDA itoam Iwat. ,......b''.. proved by" Slab Board ot ttoeim. PAINTING .48 Unfurnladod Apt. It 17t421 dtlon, Contact Jack Morgan 371> 47M belore 4pm. _doV"

/ Strvlr. Mogngilo' Springs' Wnlt Co 43 Colored SPECIAL for Chrlitmel I may P05 ITOU I WUIHOIISI 0401 or 3767124.REP5IGERATOR. GLASS Mbar KAHUNA lurfbierdPerlect
.Phi 031 PH PropartyHOMtl ., .11 ...... call John Merrill Realtor ft, brand condition Two tone oquewhile -
Modern Painting SPACIOUS BR dupla' apt ,1,. 3100.0 room and apart .. lieu
'1I' I, bulll'In ranga cant, hoat and mont for your gueiti o c r o 0 I 372 new to .......111I. ....... Easy ",. 6'9*>/*,
LrIINOLU Auto Repair & Service Oil mo bait go modernl Repairing POR IAII alrtond. Conv. NW aactlon, '100mo. tram Cameo. 321 IW Illh It toms can be ....n.... ::11'1-_ TRAIN IJOl Accordlan'
111 bodroomi, S14111 Itllh ELECTRIC
E Remodeling Roofing J8 B"oI".. OpportmiKioi
RIAL 101600 APPRAISAL 2762530.is. WARM, !ROOM for female or 37.,7.COMPllTI W Cruiaairo' Wi teeon*
Na lob too big or email. :17.-tto. Ava. Small) down paymant, 121
I IIAVJ Rote lervlce Garage > Complete ". .... Ills quill graduate atudant Vt bin from line of household Our hand Wedding RI'.Qi. tJi MlIW
monthly now
paymonti 157 la MlAlao 010. SHELL OIL CO tial for I00010
i t ) W UNIV.J1alldoing. pA. 17t 709 auto repalri .'1Go Mr. All fir Sharpening norriM built on your M clan oround. h..o R nfrlg. campus mtturonti ant laundry two boy 50040,0 Nalco ..tlon nltvre for tale, cheap IJth Av., PR ...21.
Work Guaranteed Grinding with, no down piymont. PIt turn Can air. cond hoot. Sill Call 17H44XI located at 1214 I. UnlvanlInleraactlon Coll 376-0814 OAS WALL FURNACEOIL
; 11H NW Ill Ave FR iltetRepair PR Mia i par ma. 1511 IW 14rti A... Phona NIVI quiet cornar room In of E. Unlvanlty and CIRCULATING HEATER
IT I "ERal A p au Wh.,. you 3711531. private homo man only 1017NI Hawthorne II"" The nation It HOTPOINT 376.1551
%;".. ""Au0, I....,. ClUmp con get mew pinking eheenknlvei MOVE IN CLEAN 155 apt Kit aqulppad In Orb ..... Phone FR 4-3101. pro.antly open and dolnf bull.moo. ajtrl.' rang. In good .ond,
.h........ With Now CCS g ,. NESS
sv4rutb. fill dirt. limo rod'. TOIl alma tinning I bedroom ono bath No calll taturday. .. IxC.llon' MlOhbonood" p. .lOll HOLIDAY TURKEY
naldontlal '
L-U1I! KI...,., ell klndi of Cur homo Low down payment. Located oulat nalghborhood 1 0.0tlal. Minimum' In'mon' .. diiSwither 40 cent lb. II.00 drone:
: ; H'Ar'NG' AND REFRIGERATION ting tool, wood working twllcircle N.E. Mm Terr block from campua Downitalra Induplai ONE lingo and One anal) room for 00124. '.Id dI.I. 000110100 to FOR IALI Gl automatic. Delivered MO M347
f Machin. REPAIR SERVICE iiwi, hind ...., end McCoy Builder couplo Phono PR MI5I working mon Accaii to ihowen Inoue .aucceia Call' Mr. D. excellent condition, only ..toll
R.polrrwoVOCO l 4 engine
Sowing .ltrr I 'M
; hood equipment tor. Hie.FR15001. mower. biadn. wo repair. ell day ITe-nte and refrigerator. FR H.ll r Loach ol FR H333 for rntdfmatlon 150, perfect Chrlltmel 01 HO Train 19 eccewrlM earl X 7*
." electric' appliance. KEEN nlgntt 17HOIILOTI PR I.m.. or 37M2M oiler .... FR 6.0063. 4 lots of roan, of OOCO.'h. .
1.-.1"0. IIIIACHINIl UII 47 Homo for Roof ,,,,.. Isr.03 109.000
I CO ill w. Unwnbbin.wvw FirewoodFIREWOOD. EDGI GRINDING IHOP,'104 N. CORNER ROOM to rent with '.11'I.' 66 Miw. For Sale .... 374.5001.PECIAL ..
VI-IIM. We repair oil Main' I am (ntaroatad 'Oh"C ,* br .un. OuN to r roc'. lady living alone good parking, SHELL OIL' CO haa o modern IALI. ."'HI.7 501
00,001 Work Puny OunrlnItfL ol km at lire Call 'O.DYCI AlSOCIATI' INC. dMlrable' Ioc.".... throe boy ranch atyto Dalianeviitabie I -CHI'PON'- eaml- { 01. SO III' do'''. Wall
1 LIOMT' BLUI hundred or
REASONABLE 17417 Phone PR 04077I ..
Bookkeeping for Immediate
926 W. Vnlv. 17..1231 ilia 7. Phono FR Solvedin, A..,.. Nue.1t'Y. .
formal oo.od.
Rcnkodellng'' PHONE FR 6-3785 MALI ITUOENTI of NW 13th Iti-oat and 3>th Avellatlon gown ....1211.
41-1 COLORED RENTALS I BR, I Dalit In vicinity' of Galnaa.villa la equipped with modern inn 10,1.1w.'
._ Enlro big Loedi wood-*! end ... COMPLETE:;; BOOKKEEPING High" Ichool 112S| monm Intro dole I.,:.Unlv room. Includaa hi private. laundry home equipment ONcellent neighbor FOR NOME U51 ONLY _.'.1.1plnblll T BOY'1 port table. I Icua.. belli
YOO......NIID., Florida' ,roan 0'wNra RAROAINPloUd. SERVICE 372-5209 NOW RENTING Call .P. .. Davlaa TravalodgaAiotol ond home cooked. _.1.. will I 1 hood and ,....,.., pottl f I. L mocnl. IJI II .7S _. 12. 01.01 Moped 0000i. .'.
man rows, root wort.I Eauhlor MII10Tal .. Minimum' .Inveitinant 1100. Phone 376-724
neceiiary 37M74I7MOI4
(gold to root "Imll' C Juke bo. 159 to 1150 Both tar
/I I 0005 for maybe' commie new hornet. ,11I '.'51. Upholstery COIORIO plan ...rtmen.ultra .,modem largo 'Irving!I IR anddInbtg do. VERY attroctlva contamporary duclvo to golf atudylng ......,. paid dealer training to I Iniureauceeia Of attar I ,M.
1, 0 tree oitlmale a tuaron.w4 ,
homo turnlHiad or unturnlahad. entrant end bath. Call 370-4747. flnonciel anil once Ctomei,
>ed work, pnono Cert C. and. modorn IIcfton with, ., G. E. WASHER. MRBITYPE doll
Floor CareCRUCt mar Mad cantor and UnlvanltyPDona evallaele Call Mr DeLoach
OPHOI STIR ill ,... largo atorago ctoaotw torruao up.
aOlOr5. 07.0001_. you wo 0r.nu.o00bl. PR -03i. SO Mobil. Homo PR liUl for Information or good working condition. IM. 50 CPtan
prkow CMS Nlly.PR ttoora tlM MON, apaco naat.
316429' otter too '.M. FR l 443
: OO09 CONITRUCTION t GUNTER FLOOR 014500. 42. N.W. ,... or and hot wafer haator. tacllltlao FR Mill.
I I II AN ART lANDING lervlco II now lit for wawllno marhlnaa and ADVERTI3I IN THE T"BR'trailer' lor ,.n'. IUII.bl. ,M HOW CA'I. 11'11" .10011. N" faatelt deliverygueronleed
Jfniral Contractor Building, Aktaratloni their new location ot 4241 NW ADVERTISE IN THE! pavad loo at N.I. lath working couple _.. 040000Trall.r ADVERTISE IN THE h19h. U' wid.. Inll,. 0 I 00 I WOOD FOR SALE .
toveat prlc
...- Remodeling. No l lion elk II. Phone FR, M7M for our tar. or coil for appaintmonl 173nti SERVICE' DIRECTORY Park. 1330 I. Unborn Irons. .lIdl.O doors. 1100. Palm, > 931.
I_ o.nitructllin: Co. 374-IOM- _' II'. ,or vim. "IV Av1. 77.1164 __L.II!". 2601 Waldo' .d. none- ---
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2388 Ir FULL PRICE 57 MERC.Stotlen wofoit. $8 illl only 2088 Full Price

,,,,04 BUICK

58 4-dr. Hardtop V-l. onto $188 -

front, RH.

CHEV.2dr. .

56 lode. V'l, .",.. $488 i y aEll""fSt

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"You Won't Beat This Deal" 63 top. Y-l.CHEV.Impolo
IfrH. Air fond, fower:

STOCK 100. 122A 15009 mllei. STOCK NO. 121A

1!! '63 l-o-t. oae'on.VOLKS RftH, like $1383

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CHRISTMAS 60 4-dr. ""... V.|. ...... $938

I WILL ,..".., RftH, M


62 Convert, : $1488 DEMO
only a S.IbM. outo
IN rrene., THE t O. 1 DEAL oNLY
{I $988 Full Price AMERICA'SOBRIGHTER $2238


r CHOICETHE 561' ''. '*. v.$. ...,.. $688 THE NO. 1 TERMS (

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NEW61 SHhoai ...,... Pi .MV. $12eS SERVICETHE

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vtrol to Choose From ,4 ,Fully .Qulpp.d with Po.....

t 1965 NO. 1 PARTS ore.. 5010 RtrH, wIw ore,
I STOCK NO. 130A oaf 4.S'
e CHEVROLET 61 Vt He '.U., tmii t> DEPT.

I .Mill HU MW.

WHY PAY MORE We have sold Visit the CHEVY CORNER for

NEW CARS over 1700 cars and trucks this the deal of your life. Bank rate PLUS W*) hove a Forge dock

1965 models and a few ,t,t-<
Phone FR 6.7581 J year. There must be a reason finanein9.SEE US TODAY !
models All priced to ..lIf!

:: k ( University Chevrolet


Phone FR 6.7584 "GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER" Corner 16th Ave., & Main Street

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Sunday. Ucimb.r 20. 1964 GoiiiMvillo Sun 70

Mw.! For Sal If MlK. Fw Sol. 71 Mvilc.1/ M..h....,.. IS J...... II" for Sol.

f MCVI.LOCHH..IN IAWi, 100.I 1.1.. NEW 3 35MM Kocfoll 500. STUDIO tin upright pi..... Nowkovboord. US US 1IFOILVOU buy-
on* UMd Myor Porn TOOl. coo. Arguo sot OrIctorr 0.04Kral Oood .$...111... WoolChrhlmoi I LANTON .ROo.
IJI Nl Uth Avo.t 1 all $50. "ocIrlC M.3. ". 5.3715. M 103. Auto .... CASH
.o Myon for .ottor Toon It 55. P10.51174104, or' 'M.. C.II fll 04I6o. HWY 441 North !
ITOPitpono KNAPP ihoti. Call FR 2. PICIAL CHRIITMAI IAVINGIon _High Iprlnil 4541041ol
] thol Chrlitmot rnonoy M Mppllonco ..1--, CHIVY .. Moor OTMlo IS. I
lOT HI*. "' _. HI 7534 w.nln01. mtrvmonll and ..co_.... 4.0..4 tr506rnlse/0., kiitkot
.pSI rlg. Ill UPI Dryor 141up. FRESH "dlod 55.01 I.oO.rlnt5' .1 OERDA MUSIC CO.Automotive. Owls. PS A .... .collool csndl.lion. E :
Ixpon .....11enee _If'. Art ,...... II .....,. Nlrhws, 301. 121 N, M.'n' Vl-071S, I ow_. Call PR WI26 ....
HANDYMAN SHOP. PR 4.1567"UNRILIEVIASLI" I 041.5 tor4 01 5010156.... or 4 P.M.RIP050ISSION. FOR
Now oli choir, ...". Plotform .54 Palcmh I Dr, IT. AT. V-a.
reckon 5$. U.... otoc. Mono fABLE: SAW-$75 '.. Com*!. | Or, R 4 Ha .
nt.M up clrcul.llng ....... $11Op. Miconopy, 466-3310 M.'_. t 0,., AT, PS. R ft H. YEAR ENDSPECIALS :
froo DoII-V. 71 TRUCKS FOR All M Momry, I Dr., NT. AT. BUCkot -
HARI porloblo tyetwrllor .It N .1
Howlhomo Rd. P3-3M7 plotllc. COM,.I2S motornltyn. imor <: ONE I>SI CMC ItonJrucH jli '*> '.1dI. 4 Dr. MT. ilocrro k>oo. Christmas
tin II 14 wwior "COllon .w151os 0 00001., 0000. od,
Phono 371-7331 "... with | tpood ISO OHO), mX '.. Ford.. 4 Dr. AT. I cyl. i
SINGER POLAROID Comoro W, with loo- II 't.-,001:1dI":: Url.coin Oonorol. ",.. Corp.J7H5II is having a
thor COM ond light "'",... Ml or uo o; 711 N. Mil :
SLANT-O-MATIC Coll Sunday only" PR t .4300 Wool voluo. Contort, WimontCorHon l 0003 CHIV M Con. 337 onglno.potltroctlon :
Appro*. T mo. ..... dm ...,,. coll Mon. through. Tnundoy ., Cor""1'5 D.I.". Mowmorno. Sub ooott powor
Mon PR 47350.HEATIR13.000 .... UP TO 300
thing with out otI'-.. Moktt but gild on Moor R ft H now
tonnoloo M.. M buttom, MMfcomv 35000-.TU 1'SJ Pont P.SM truck duol roorwnMlt .... 17.Ml ocruol milts con I
oft Pay koi *t UN ortoko Mooth Amp. 14 watt, movt. corn utility body. Idool lorcontroclor trodo ond Pones Call VMMIfcrloro
up MY. ot fI", mo oro, CHI 37M4IJ plumbor or othor Mrv- I:31 PM 57 Merc.

DurY oil. DAr-) writ aolnoivlli Jimmy CratvOon. Soo.. SHOW CAJI 'I' UN..1000.trentIhdlng 4o..* .ko.....work nuns _Now good Mini".... took wood ItS. CHIVROLIT +dr. ..."" s PV $400. $500 YEAREND
liign" M" wido. nilro .1 iou rodlo
uondord oMIt I
I o *
MICt Ph 313.7045 011100 0 5 m. ....,.,
door. Slot Point low.Fyol 4 now WW. "- out Monti.." 2 door hardtop
Bowl mot uPHOIIiiRyOwirp ..!61. W.ldo_lid. Phono 4U-3 tow i* M. No mono 81 M trcvcii t ScoofonALLITATI AND DRIVE I quippad with automatic ,
650..1 tow M M nr mow 69 Oil 1 Wee41 CHIIIIIIOLIT Woww 04 vary power itrlnfl.' 2 ton.
'roo ..tI"'.... pickup ond d. Motor ........ I.... Toko low mllogo.up poymontl.otlll/ tloo PR worronty I Mti, Ivory ond light blut. I '
livery _Ieo. All mrk Mlo. oSomount IIJJ. Plane PR 0-5141 botwnn Iond
guoronHO PINI FIREWOOD lor 4101 NW lilt Torr. I
phono p.m.T cut to ordor CHI 4ttM4lor I P.M, only oik ,., Robort HOME IN
5111104 'II CHillY Wogon, rodlo oulmoiic .. I
ou-llis Irlc Lumbor ft Wooo
V ontonnot. IS single, itock I* Pryiorvlna, Corp C...... PP. .l.7 otter $595
= 'it'w 1..1t.U"D :
: .
Vowls. 1111 2UNDAPP r* cc. iKOl.lont ,
71 Cimp-Hmt-Flik mociMnkol toed, lost otlortokn M oupor Iport CHIVY o collont
VACUUM CLIANIRI 371-1130. condition For sole choop. Going A NEW CAR
far 5.1.KIrWS. Ii..mplna Durlna T" H.lld... hi otrvtto. Phone PR .I14I oilItH I II !I I
HooverS. sod IIKfro1.RWNHnghwo. othonID U.ED NIM.OD csmplol, hall ,. MOTOR drl.... IIcyclo.COllon 50101rent,.......who. S P.M.

WASDIN J7USU 5000. nunnin contf aoor. Ton Inlorlorontrollont to* oil air" 165. P44oo0 PII Ism.i ....1.PLYMOUTH', Mick milt Pury.good rodlo condition ond. i
SINGERAUTO IIM. AIM, oil ...,.t utility 1 TRIUMPH, M* CC. Nor Call MISS K.II,. PR ottllloltor SEEBARKLEYNOW 57 Plym. '
00H1tr. 030. J1I.JU3, IOJ NW cub good condition: must Mil l I ol PPJ ."21..MI 110 SALE
ZIG ZAG 12th lid. CHI botor t pp. 35210| oltor t MI
PR t-na MIT.OPOLITA", 511. .
PuosSSS..d HUNT. HIKI PIIH. RILAX.UtSI do54III00. Pow,. 371 0 IIS2.1t00 Bolvodr convrtibl. V8
RpM "Jc No down lull prk 131 hugs C'I NW. OLIN AVO. automatic ;
oHocKmpnto noo* toroit vocoilon h.m onto 14 AUTOM08UI REPAIRS nflino Irani '.i
.... Porion slot oooo.. erodt tot* your 71 s 14. 'roo _n.... W,,,. 'OIlD-t, I _Sod I II c l. mlwion. radio hoatir,
... .. ,
up pov of M "' or pop fax- .." ,. 'ullor eMdt .
Roof Oue Troll. Sag
loe. 5. HM vou c5.WINTIRIZED _. whit with whit. top. 4+
one* of I7t Writ Jimmy Craov > 511v' 5p.ln., fl. NOW mood tlrgsyt71O. PRft 0I1J r
Dm.. DtU eohonllw oPhono ... .
N.os5. 72 OHic I.ipm..t In our motnr tuno-up MOTOR doptHAWIIPOWIRI CO. 16-F... .. Sport C.n0405001l0 63 Mercury N
OIL op.c. M.t.r, 5200 STU. 0177lmmons IN N, M.'" I'. $595 ; 65 MODELS
$ HId44b.d 133. FOR ulo C h.... Now .u.r, woOd m.,., VOlKW..a.N.. ._. r S-5S 2-Door Hardtop. Ful. 'l
111. 13OU.
m-1341 0100511, 51511 0.0 .
Romloglon typowrltor AIN
ly cqulpptd Factory airconditioning
pool. Sod Imlth Corona 100100o.KNIM IS Automobiloi; for Sol m4 5110,. Call 371.6135. 3
MINK ITOLi Nilurol Hlumnhoio.
Almost now- .,1.. COM 1850 : llko now All Hi 50.4condlllo10. ItOO IIW. 01W 10'.1' A ....01...,.. AT
oocrltlco for I5M or lint otlorDoy. 1110 Kg 5ih Pt,_ Its CADILLAC I door hordtop.ill wtw usi or we." O.40ty 2895
371-M17, ovonlnti Wilds _.'. ilr Clod., Noptun ft ouumo poymontl 130. mo. torn ,
,...1655. 71 Muucil M0r0AandlcaASSAUTIFUL Muo ond whlto, lUi. Coll ollirIpm.PRtOMl mot. PR M5II oltor o.IHI
.... ALPA ROMIO .._. Must 60 Fal. t'I
FOR tin hood ot '1. or Ihow c hlld'I 5,1, 111011.Wi' o 63 Oldsmobile : 64 PRICES
.. Mil HIM Coll I. Cook 01PI
who llko to wolch mo I. thm ..... l>57 PONTIAC Rod 0OnrNllbl. now i
I bows and muds ...... ,... KIPPO AlphOVW "
A TV ottochmont It kilt tho thing I Soy ... ... Call PP.UP .2t20. 147 cu tour 4-Door Hardtop
tor you loty to fmldl. Wti. PHONE FR 63679. 1113 IIW Dol... .0ooS ....... Fully tqulppod Including 2 door Mdan, rough con.
0'.111. MurkAlt tat N. MHnPR RIGHT pl_ von rood condition 30,00mil.... II H". 3J loll. p.al. dltlon but Itill good tram
airconrfitionina ,
40001MATERNITY 1150. 37HI1J.So 1964 CHEVROLETIMPALA .. grovontlvo molntononco. I
01011100. 51,.. 12.14. at 1918 NE 7th St. w. PI, !RIH 13500 Mm* ........,... |14tl, 2795 porration and hoi radio
wlnNr, A .."'...... 31J. SPINET ORGAN IH-3IH" ottor I P MM PMno 3I4I547Itw and hoattr. .1(01,
7331. PALCON good condition ttttond ENGLISH fOliO ANOLIA
,tip, *oyt Block Shoo IK AT itIIU lopouooood what boloneoiORIOLiy orjtnMOMimo toko up ..,m,," ot 13401 Oood ....d. list or boil otror Coil 63 Chrysler #
10 ... Noorly Ntw. M 00500 p.Ym0t1. monthly" Pnono PR HI34.IIU PR *.'! oltor I '.M. or too it $345 R0
378-2803 MUSIC CO.O.1o.ov1111 POR SALT 1.50 door I d.S 4 ,HITPloyot' III "300" 4-Door Hardtop.lrcondlionlllCl. r
Inopplng Contormuu .cod .n.ps. It .I..tod coli PR \ .
MAUTIFUL rod ink ctilrlon MarlNrmol. 51111 Pole. $405. I 17 Automobiloi WontodWANTED
ilit t, worn anew Holt
..Ie., 120. PR Hill. THR.I mon'h .Id bo..,_ 04 CHIVROIIT stall II.. ,...,. ..M....LI. .... .. Pods 2895
1.10.' 005111551 codlllon' w I I hco. Write wltn block Inlorlor V I, 4.kimolloor Chlrrowl1. AI HNndo$ SaoMAs I
UPRIGHT plona Gulbronion", ... C.II 171160 110$0 1,30 Llko .... Poul, PRH43o $11100. ill 15 415 51. I
O.CSIISOI.10101 wlIN, '::r ..1.'d d.0000 00.p0000005. P.M.010E, I or PPJ t-UU. 62 Chevrolet 58 Chevy :
5000.,. 1175 Konmoro $110' TH' 81fT 0' A L"ITI"'IHAMMOND INS FOliO RANCM WAGON A I Bit Air 4-Door Sedan 6.eyllnd. 1965 FALCON
$5. 37..1. ORGAN cond. outo trom, R 4 H, IONmum
rang. ant 1)300 will, Clown UMd can Call .', automatic 115001.mIsSiOn. .
NEW. ,Polaroid, print. coplor, tormodoU For Ivory Ivory homo Dvdgot. ..Mary, room Mil lor "' "ownor. CHI ',)...'. Bob Adorns, FR 2.7128. powtr itttrlng,. 4 door Mdon, V8 ingln,, I II'andard
'SA '5B in ond MOilil.
lloc I....,. IIS Sir log Happlnou In tho homo Ill radio, hooter. tranunlulon, ro. I
horio, Ilk. now Trolnlng choir. 'h'.n 'ho ,..,.. A M.mmO.d die howler, whit walli.
coii Plant or M HIM Orgon will. coil you .Ion In Itto 1595
long run bot.... It II warm AS
PURIBRCD Punts flout I brood .tot'. thin other mokoi G.M.C. I 4288
Suet only" ono lilts soot So- ERNIE TARTLER REP $595
.. 64 Buick I lOW
hind Itwm I ill W Ibt 50';1t ,. j
AtonMuilcCo Inc.
.... ..
il boon It oorit fell AvoOolnoivlllo It Sob,. 4-Ooor Station
Ill IW I Month
r ,
.1I.r port JIEP HUNTINOUOOY Phono :17"-4tl. I II
.,ot. 011 130ITS 30. PICKUPS & VANS Wagon, 9-Poiwngor. Fullytquippid AS
,. ACCORDION lor Mlo ..._.bI.. Including air I
1101.0100000 100..1.wi' 110 clue Lost rugs... lion'sod Inquire Lowll. Jowolry Co. PMn ONLY conditioning I After Down
51001015' 5h000003.r AfcC.n'e41'
,...''Iu'. C,.. 0.1".11I. Iho/. I"NIT PIANO lull 55 MfSbytard f3750 56 Chev. I
plug Clots 001 lonch 105111004 i
1 Iconic ARPEI'P .T thty .Hit. LILI.IAN'I Ito 31.MUSIC I.t II.ITOII.. j -63 Oldsmobile- W. .tio have e late selection of Galoile "50C.'.", LTD., '.1,......,
CO 210 4 door Mdon
T-Blrdi Trucks end cUan used oil et ilml.tr low rlct..
[ It IW 7th It Phono M Kiol 88"' 2'Door Hardtop ,

COMPTONS .ncvclope d I 0, GAINESVILLEAUTO Power itotrlng automatictronimlttlon .

1954 tditlon_FR 6-6005. SALES radio. htatgr mal$275 CHEV.

1007 N. Main St. 2575
2dr. Hardtop. ROM, ltd $2195"tanl.
FR J-tlll 64
M lute Iloct,.. 4 door h.. PkoM ., 7000 miles, whitt
top in mo hoi everything. r4ortf ntral Florida IIndoptndtnt THAN ORDINARY PICK-UP) VANS
only W1HMELTON ..orgMt 61 Comet with rid iflt.rlo'lkl/ raw '

MOTORS Dealer TROPICAL PONTIAC -Door Sidan. SlondarcIronimlninn 57 D'SotoConvertible.
1 I ,
m n. MAIN IT. M inn G.MX. Truck Center $995 I V8 automat FORD I

BARKLEYMOTORS 220 N.W ltt Av I 1C tranimiulon. powirlloorlng. 64 Gnla.ii' JOO 2-dr. 2595
62 Ford radio, noolor. 190 V-8. C M
-- "
- Folrlono 500" 4-Door
TIME V8. Standardlion trQnU'0lla 195
: "IN THI AUTO CAM!- I hla'.,.
2201 N. Mol St. $1395 $
Ca&Im., OfUolv.nlty I
Ch.*... FR 2-4171 I I 64..,. 4-dr, Ill, waonn, 2295
P4.50.1. 315.0 I6lk Av* *. .., Warranty Dealers ; 63 Chevy 8, Ftfdamallc, PS, R&H,

B&G MILTON I Neva 4-Door Sodan, 6. II 58 Plym. )' AI"a: nlcf.

Cyllndir, outomatlc Irani'
Value Rated MOTOR CO. INC. MOTORS j million rarlln, hoatfr, I 6 paiMngor luburbon. au.romoiio .
2001 NW llth Stroot 701 N. Mo!* Strtot tram minion, CHEV.
Used Cart FR 2-1471 FR 4-7371 1795 Motor, rough but goodIraniporlotlon '

I'I'I I 63 4-dr. Bol-AIr, V-8, Power. 1645

B&G MOTOR CO. "MMln". 62 Tempest I glldi, R&H, new Sins, lev*
$5 you atI CRANE POOLEGABLELincolnMercury
Cads i".. OldiHWlll OASIS POWIS1MOTOR MOTORS ,I 4-Door Sedan. Automatic I $195 I now

ZOO NW Utk It. I 111 N. MAIN CIt. 506 I. Unl.or.iry 10... II* SI ht A... tranimliilon. radio "'01.It. II
/R 4300I FR 2.42SI FR 24141 1395 FORD

COMF1 IT! I HAWESPOWERSMOTOR RIDGWAYMOTOR _- --- I 63 Goloal.; ICO 4.dr hardtop, 1945

AUTOMOIILIMPAIP.I : COMPANY COMPANY 56 Oldsmobile 53 Chev. ; V-8 k, rd, &H with, PS whit, GulMomal.top AIM

9uol"ly Utoo- Can 204 N. Moln Stroot 1112 S. 101... Street "18" 4-Door Sodon Por ... Bol air sport coup with I with air for U 19'.
HIT PUKItANTWHMI FR 2-25(1 FR 2-8431 1 I. e r I 1"1. eutdnallctrOmmnoi.IOt. automatic, radio, hatir, I II
radio, hoot.


111 N MOIP in
56Pontioc"2Ooor G

I NATION.: i SotIoIt., power AutomatictrontmlnWn I'tor. 53 Merc. on all

I Ing, radM. Contor. V-8 I IMortl.
.. '
MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLEr CO. J395 I automate, radio heat, I new

218 W. C.lvoriry A.o.FR MM N. Moi. St. I '- vory cloon condition. b '
I e-S17l FR 4-7JII I 54 Ford; 'Ln wAiiM used !
ColKOi.lllo'l. LNdioq II I 2-Ooor Salon v., .,oneI.

RAMILIR DIALER TROPICALPONTIAC. sod tfommi lltIotI, radio, $295I
like it ? '000$
1132S. INC. AMA...... I I '

MAIN ST. It'. 220 N.W. 8th A... Ws.o.H7 $395
FR 2-2)11 DMNW To.CHRISTMAS 62H 1145

L 372-8433 uicd Volkiwogtri I 4-Door 56 Hardtop Pontiac Automate 56 Line. : SolId black,

t 61 VW k trammlMien ,pawirMooring Coprl 4 door Mdon ....1.* I
lioiioii wofod 50.00. BONUS radio, hoatif, I marl power itoorina r*.
x'65 DODGES $1395 V-8. I d.e, hooiir, rung good and CORVAIR

395 Sires A. now, !

',./ SO.000 Mil '60 PONTIAC 62 Mon 4.4,. sedan RGH. $1145
lowmiiio notion * WorroKffSll _....... 01' p', 56 Pontiac

THE"DODGE $1295 I toot St.rckkf. .1, I 2-Doof Hardtop. AutematK I

Sand,, mmrtcno totor. oxrri wee $3395. V... FORD $
GABLE 40' .1', 58 Ford 61 6 9 5
$1450 I 63 MERCURY t ';aM Ts;; i 1 395 I Ecsrtollnd */U. solid rod.

MOTORS 2395 Cu tom 4 4130,1.4010. .+.
I.,. woe $2595. _
57 Chevrolet tomatic, cyl '.d01
lit SI 1ST A VI. 61 VW 4 Jo *..I'10., ,eeli., k..r- I ISins. 2-Door Sdon. 6cyNnd.r.uleotlOtIl : Mot 2 tore blu" w4 I
5.400. a,1fIHI5. .I.c5n0d 62 COMET
172-4141 o./dM0O .,. w.i SAOC tr055Il0, .hit*. FALCON

$1195 77J I redoO. $
4 4)oo' rtoiioii. ."i 011. ..- 7395 61 ,... |tolr, eb..nd/lle10. $745
162 FALCON A' ttt _
Deal WithThe 63 VW .-... ....,., M135 295I. 1. IV

.Mo... loo ..... Nn won. .wtomotU IrajitmiiiioM, 57 Chevrolet I

$1395'uvw C.II.lrt '-. 2 -Dorx. V. 8. ......,4
62 PONTIACr2. di.. .55. CHEV.
$2295 5.95 59 Ford
t..ail,. 61 ltvH/ 2., hard", V-I. 1295
DEALERWho 540105000 a.nA e_. SOW G&: ... "'300" 4 door 6H. fwM,,lKlo-, n. Wild.
Ilvw_.MtMUIOV. RlON 62 COMET 14..,. "-. 58 VolkiweaenSumwr to.n.ov V I. 05.01.000/. 1.000.
$1025 r I..I.. .. ,.,..,
Wants ....'er. ...*. rod., ro 1.,1e u..rt b'-' 595 lane rurejuoM and.. Mete '
'62 ALFA ROMtOb 61 CHEVROLET ,.4i.. ... .iirt whose (too*. FORD

To ..,.... 5en 0555. 100 541 I 57 145
> O.OIIIO *.000)1 Mwitic trojojipjiwiMio, r'f295 62 Reneult $795 4.dr' afijfbjnn .gijnn'V'f.

$2195 DonKootox.. RGH.: 5.004 001.10. bkoe Gwrltd.

DEAL 'II VWlas..wrtmi '61 CHEVROLET 2::"..... 795

CwwN l0.,. Gainesville



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KEETER CRANE Lincoln-Mercury 2201 N. Mo!" St. s."l4tt Open I c.',iI.|.9" 238 W. UNIVERSITY AYE., GAINESVILLE FLA.

231 W. U.i.l"ity SI6 S.M'INST. 372-4J7I I. 372-6313 OPEN 'TIL 9 Mon thru M. PS. FR 65371If

Pit... n 6-5171 PHONE 1760111f. 2-3411 ,
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( 8D CalnttTlll Sun Sunday December 20. 1964 --.n

. Audubon Bird Count Dec. 22 UF Calendar ::1 '\1. WOLLENSAK& REVERE ,

Dec. 20-30 Eccleslastl: cal trance to University of Florida

I i annual Audubon Christ man, the editor of Bird Lore Bird Count, sponsored by the These bird censuses have a Sculpture National Sculpture Hospital, 730: p.m. TAPE RECORDERSA

Tie Bird Count will take Place magazine, suggested In a magazine National Audubon Society, and(twofold purpose; tint to record Society, North Wing Gallery, And
mat Conferences I
Tuesday, December 22. The publication that Instead,his the United States Fish and Wildlife [yearly ,and longer fluctuations Florida Union Short Courses GIFT ANYONE WILD BE

count, sponsored by the Mach readers list all the birds they Service. The Mth annual in local bird populations as wellas I Dec. 2O-3i Caseins and PROUD TO RECEIVE ,

ua Audubon Society, will be led could find In one day during the Christmas Bird Count In 1963 (the unusual In avian behav. Woodcuts, by Lily Huff,.Bryan Dec. 21-31 Part I, Winter TAPE RECORDER HEADQUART'COUCH'S i

by Dr. Oliver Austin meet at Jr.7,a and.m. Christmas season and send him included 683 accepted counts ior, and secondly, to I Interest Lounge, Florida Union 'Institute In Quantum Chemistry -\

participants will University Ave- the results. from the! United Slates and Canada more persons locally In their' EveDta. Solid-State Physics and 608 N. Open

t Tuesday rue side at of the the Seagle building From this small start has with thousands of obierveraparticipating. wildlife heritage and its conser I Dec. 21 Christmas C 0 m- Quantum Biology, Nuclear Scl-I I Main. SI. T. 9 PM

forces vation. Imunity, Sing Archer R d. en- ences Building\ -
weather .
a Inclement date will grown the annual Christmas ,<< ______=
\postponement, a

Audubon Florida groups areas making consistently these- ITS O Corduroy or Orion Pile OPEN
counts! In I 9 'TIL 9 4 -
of e I
show a greater ) CRAWLERS & COVERALLS: UNTIL
than elsewhere In the I
species t"
S-M-L, REG. 1.99. & '2.99 DEC. 24th r

U.S.The largest count of all came FOR GIFTS''' SALE 2/3.00(

from the Indian River Cocoa

team. In 1959 with a count of INFANT'S 2-PIECE SETS- ,

200 species. The Everglades: extremly i JUST 4 MORESHOPPING OF CORDUROY, KNIT.

group always places STRETCH COTTONy OR"BUTCHER"
H If'I In
in counts also.
high RAYON.
Florida, groups strive to at least DAYS!

break M and In 1963 Florida S-M-L
produced 8 lists of 150 species 9 UNTIL FOR


Last year, the Gainesville CHRISTMAS EVE (Thurs., Dec. 24th) 2.99 & 3.99' 4

Christmas 112 birds.species This Count with census Included 13,517 has Individual some been 00' G, I SALE 2.29 S

taken for the past 6 years In 1 ? TODDLER GIRLS'; P.! !

j the The count Gainesville overall of 136 list area species of with birds to date.a for total 5 f TIME JUST FOR I IK v 4 41,'1 b ti '; ; 2-PIECE Orion Of Corduroy Pile.SETS 24.or JUST ARRIVED; j .

Alachua Is 237 different species.
Back In the 1800's homes It was for the the REC. 3.99 & 4.99SALE DELAYED IN SHIPPING BUT SPORT
In many
men and boys of the householdto fr tcYll4 1j1a f''' THEY'RE HERE JUST IN TIME

eo out on Christmas Day and FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTING

see how many birds they could 2.99stl (THEY'RE FROM A MAKER SHIRTS
shoot. In 1900 Frank M. Chap- Specially F


ran.VHTH ALACHUA CIRCUIT JUCIOI..L COUNTY.COun OKUIT 0?IN FLORIDA IN CHANcmr. *.NO-. i T PurcHased : .:.c.:,...... :-"" 6 Mo.24 MIInfant's' s. FAMOUS MAKE MEN'SSPORT

IN !net Famous ,MakeALLWOOL Shop SHIRTS

TO AdoptIHARON ORIG. 5.00 & 5.95
Iii PA10N Wear 'em, wish 'em

I minor dill* NOTICI but never Iron 'em.. cSUPER SALE
Tot Mr Wtn,t ttcy It.boII COATSFUR
j.y llmlHm JarexSlacks
windforNmburglb .
Ntw York l
M.II D.twry-54 .
notllled that THOM..I
You its Mraby '.11''''' by MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE
MR11M'' Phan d 100P014 L.. u'
1 .0' mina 304 Ptl11100 ,Mln4M : BANLON AND NYLON
::. Circuit Courl. JudNIN, I. "*for AI "l> C. ,
'. YOU .rTtilnby': rwlr. 5. 111."w.r >:1I7, :' STRETCH SOCKS
: li .Iha. piMdlw Mc 111I'with ws
why tilt. .tlflall,. M"" .1'. OR TAILORED
srsvsaWl on a .to JNW11" TRIMMED
Th .'11'.1' at Your anw01 a .''N',. n (ONE SIZE FITS 10 TO 13))
110 III' wilt till CIo g t
1 p1.441ng. Mould .. ...
i of 11I1. Court .nd COPY..... .r15P05151001 .. 3-6X.
?or pltllla0a'. .". w S ORIG. 275030.00 ORIG. 1.00 &: 1.50

+ 11.0nw10 000.010110' 055..1.rr1 01100.C105000 H..ln'oil will I SALE 23,99 FaraPresSm $ 79c 2/1.50
not or l
III ...'.rod Inl You.O.T1D A.D, ,
>> this 491 4.y of Dcimbw.lcoooor1
7-14 ORIG. 22.99-42.80
".1) built-in nearness!

j).........CAHMICHAIU.tnlllM Court CLINK nh. SALE 17.0030.00Young Super Farex, Forah's own JUST UNPACKED! JUST
I' tmliy wt.rKwMcxpuiy blend I of polyester I&: I
OwngM. (8-14)) combed IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!
'. CnwcN i A. l.r oi. Jrs. ( ORIG. cotton.

111 "' .50Sir"-IfrMtAllorw. Such a fine I'gob"weav., NATIONALLY KNOWN MEN'S
O.lKMVlll 'lor'dO .
believe they'rewash
it's hard to
131:111: 11'" 11. 50.57CALL
pants. They'll wear WOOL WORSTED
POI CO"TUnOn aiDs SALE 29.99r longer and the press and 100%
00,1.4 ..... will 110 .......... by M' ., creases are permanent.SIZES .
I M. D..'" ch.I...... Al.cMa' CIT. ) TO 7 DRESS SLACKSPlain
C.mmlulay, 11 Soul Uol."II AwQ0npvlll.
.. /4005.. non. I.t.r .01,0 :10. 3.98
P.M. In. Tu.4ay. J..orv 1 1044....tWIIleII .
.11 lidO 0.n+ Pleated Fronts
11 and ptoc. ... or
IIIM4 .M 1144 .1.I
will 110 5001101,1
/or fWn1M1n1" all' labs 1M 101341.orol1udln. lot SIZES 6 TO 12REGULAR
h9Z & SUMS
AA Oaol to AIu' .. In All
IPland( .o 4.98
Any M roctlwd .'or IM Pocmod tlmo.nj ee WantedColors
: .. .*
d. will i l bo .
Wddor, If ....rdod M. _"oct. "WilliLimM ie Prtpit:
IM comtculivo ciMndor lays .oft... ,.. 0' Won' . 25" to S2"L
K mw mrllto., wlor IIOlie.Mo .NIIII wrlllon Sisal con"oct of 1 wll. .no*$. .. .,oo 27"90 32"
.... Owiw. I In oeeortoreo wilt tat IC- 5.98Hu.kL1
crptid bin ond pIn a ewlrocl *ondMij
litittory to lh. ownor In ItI
_.1 to.... Kundrod pot'' ewt tftroct till 0 ;
prko. Tho colt f IM i bond Coo..11 Wgistt .. ... 26" to 36"
... .HKludrt. 01 .. port at till ilddoftboM Ltngthi .. . 19" to 28"
bid prapoMl.mitt I
..., w1151dA0 his bid fap 6.50ShopSTREIT
lie 004.?
Aor'' If thlrly lays ala1l dill PLAIN FRONTS 30 to 38 Waist
fa ml "": Souls 01d mwt N r.: COLORS;
In Mrle oetorwcpotol wilt tat FLOOR PLEATED I FRONTS 36-42 Waist
porn tully _,11""'". .....". P.* Boys' .
....., Portia. will bo nwrn m tM ..poclilcoilom. INCLUDE: td ORIG. 12.99

All w.r! thill bo tan I" oceordonco J
will pills incltlHllMt, ond conlrocldocwnwn ,
rouilvo mmio whlcD may toM THIS CHRISTMAS r SALE 10.99
..nlntd l100 otllco ol Myrl How.AiMClottl. BLUE
Ml NW Twlh Avongo. Ihl Itw* ,
0111. PlorMo. 0,11001 of ouch plom, ondCMlrocI Even Santogets. NORMAL ALTERATIONS FREE

tint ...,doeunwnlo M ......and. by form.Oonorol lor Con-bio- BROWN& \
........ Iron mo o'llco by dopodlingh . I )
.nwllll ill turn ol PllloMl Oollon BEIGE K; ; MEN'S ALLWEATHERZIPOUT
; ;
(III 00). Tnlo dwMll will M nhindidupon
......1..101I ol o .bona 144,1400 ondnturn .
ol "'. piom. ond controct doc. t Evans
monn In food condllnM' on 10 MlJo COATS
oponln, ot till bloc Addlllonol MKrowoitod
oinor man mo W-- "
far purpom
.minion ol o bid will bo MmiiMd ., Wooctuol .RAND TURNED r
00.105 dupHcoiM.. hid w,_ rI'ldMT'l STREET FLOOR Acrylic pile lined for warmth

uollflcotloni. mull, bo ...1101.tary ... Girl's Shop r without weight. Mildew proof
lo Mal 0 wwr
TKO Owns r.IYMM 1151N" roloct outer) fabric. Natural or black.
i O. M. Povlii CJtolrmon LITTLE BOYS' 2 To 4
.11' 11-1:10: REG. 15.99Q
rani Slippers
3To7 Ierry Christas
AND 4emtettlbleIr.
SALE 1 13.99Men's
Cute roar

SLACK & j bar Santa* hose a pair.famouallppm Wt FLOOR
in a wide % Shop-5nElT

to look for thisbutton SHIRT 4l'gi Mltctloa cobra.ofaad

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V EITHER j .... Cherokee S.99 ew-

ellfrs. COTTON _011 01 must

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F modern shoewardrobe

... .; It's yours

y, guorontae SHIRTS.
of chicken 6.99Men's RADIO TYME k k,,

.. ,
1 REG. 3.99


t 1 yo an taste SALE 2.99tittle BLACK & CORDO BROWN.MeR's SHe Stop

I'' the difference! Boys' 5.-.sTIlIT FLOOR 5hees-sTUIT fLOOR 16.00 pr. STREET FLOOK

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