Gainesville sun
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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 21, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Christmas Contains

Oiaiut5uille Sun

Eloquence of Silence I

________.__ _____________on n ___ __. NEWSSTAND PRICE We
89th Year, No. 144 GAINESVILLE, FLA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 21 1964
(EDITOR'S NOTE The pastor-poet Phillips Brooks es -, manes 01 WIIK MOMS D on IIV IVea.D UNO SUNDAV... __
SILENCE once wrote: "II ow silently, how silently the wondroui
\ sift Is given" The wondrous gift Is Christmas and all
it means to humanity. The story of Christmas is a story
of the qualities of silence humility love, brotherhoodand
knowledge In the following first of five articles, Turk9
AP religion writer George W. Cornell explains the 'Young Coup
I silence and hush of Christmas.)

& \

In Viet Angers U.S.

Religion WriterA
WHISPERING, a still small
voice, so faint and pasting I
strange.It Civilian RuleDalllagccl
seems remote, yet positively No Go?
near. How puzzling and Indistinct -

But wait be still. >> )
Have you not known? Have
not heard? Has it not been President Johnson tugs at a1t. Th
you the bash but his w .
told you from the beginning? By Military beagle! ,
Far back, it trembled In the "Him," digs In to show his
prophet's cry, echoing SAIGON South Viet Nam reluctance to accompany the
through time. So dimly distant, (AP) -The future of South Viet Chief Executive to the L BJ
yet persisting somehow, linger. Nam's government and the war ranch In Texas. It happenedthis
ing In the present hour. against the Viet Cong have been way: the President gave
"Draw near, 0 nations thrown Into doubt by a weekend "Him" a farewell pat Sundayat
Hearken, 0 peoples your political purge by young Vietnamese the White house and thru
salvation comes." generals started toward the helicopter
A world, strident and distracted The "Young Turks" dissolvedthe for a trip to Andrews Air Force
scarcely hears. A restless High National Council and Bate; then Johnson apparently
clangor fills the Introverted arrested most of Its nine memo changed his mind and came
air, and overwhelms the bers plus more than 20 other back to take the beagle along; I
muted, unseen stirring close at rr >, leading politicians. after the brief tug of war,

hand. U.S. military and diplomatic a Secret Service man picked
But Is It real? And is it now? officers made no official statement np "Him" and carried him
The store aisles swarm. The ) on the crisis the coun- aboard the 'copter.
hawkers shout, and anxiousarms try's sixth government upheavalIn ,.-
clutch at the glinting less than 14 months but CO!
wares. The lamplights flash; American displeasure was evident -
parades go by; the streets are .
with freight, with horns,
and crush and bab- "This power play did not
with rush teem called for," said one U.S.

ble.There's official, "and basically we haveto
hardly any room at a ; regard these generals as rebels 1
Inns in Bethlehem or other
against the duly constituted
towns. "
"Behold I stand at the door government. '
and knock ..' Premier Tran Van Huong and 1 l
So quiet, so calm that call. Chief of State Phan Khac Sim
amidthe were still nomlnay In power.
It's hard to apprehend -
rataplan of life, amid the In a broadcast proclamation, : 1
hectic crunch and hammering 1 the Junta of young generals declared .
of steel cities. confidence In and support MR
Yet someone heard. A peas- for both men.
ant Jewish maiden h e a r d, in U.S. officials said the latest
solitude. assertion of over-all authority

"H a I II, 0 favored one, the by the military badly damaged
the civilian government's f
Lord is with you. poik J
In silence and alone, she tton.
sensed that gentle utterance, Brig. Gen Nguyen Chanh Thl, h N1WL
Incredulous and wondering. "Do commander of the 1st Army 1"yr .-

not be afraid, Mary you Corps, la the dominant member
will conceive .<. and bear a of the junta. He escaped to
son Jesus son of the Cambodia In 1960 after failing In : ,\
an attempt to overthrow the
Most High. f 4
Christmas hangs that Ngo Dlnh Diem government. "' .F 'txmot'
veiled and silver eloquence of Since Dlem'a death h* has risen I a i- Ji

silence Thus It was when it THE SILVER ELOQUENCE OF SILF CE. rapidly in the Vietnamese "

began. army at t 'l. +$oI
Only Mary, In the secret Acting with him In Sunday's +

(See YULE on Page II) A of predawn, bloodless purge were
Ray Hope
Brig Gen Nguyen Ceo Ky, air _
force commander; Brig. Gen.

3 Serious Le Nguyen Kiang, Marine
For Little Teresa Corps commander, and Brig.
Gen. Nguyen Van Thleu, 4th
Car WrecksIn Corps commander.
About 70 staff officers who
Five .
old Teresa flirted before
they can completely
had been assigned to the chiefof
Hughes, Tampa, -victim of evaluate their findings. I -
state's office off
CountyTimothy a rare metabolic disease knownto I
under guard to the mountains rr
Johnson Hawthorne doctors as hypoglycemia and In Teresa at least, they confirmed north of Saigon. All had been on ..r5LJiLL
Perry characterized by convulsions-
that the disease Is .
caused the staff of the former chief of
listed In serious con-
la shown below as she
at Alachua Gen- prepaya by low blood sugars and (See VIET NAM ea Page IIArmored) .3
dition today to leave the University of Inability of the body to regulate
eral Hospital, after a three Florida Hospital's Clinical I the blood levels. And
car accident Saturday night Research Center In time for the treatment sugar
promises her a Car Robbed of Half
Johnson was Injured In one of Christmas at home Christmas without seizures. I

three serious collisions in the Researchers think they have The little girl, daughter of

county Saturday evening.The found a successful drug treatment .Mr. and Mrs. William W. Hughes .
Alachua County Sheriffs for the little girl's seizures 3819 De Leon St.. Tampa, NJ. AP) Catholic church about lam. for a getaway car carrying possibly police headquarters| from the
Johnson's Gunmen robbed a bank truck of and handcuffed and bound the its men. ,
Office said car, but must continue studieson Is the youngest of four children. rectory
traveling at high speed, ram- other children similarly af $311000 In cash outside a church: three priests Truck guard Frank Ftrnandl! John Anderson, vice president
med the rear of two pickup rectory today after making prisoners They seized the two truck said that a. he and his partner, of the First national Bank ef
trucks, one being towed. The .. of three priests and waitIng : John Copley, intend the rectory Facile County, said the bank's
guard* arrived, disarmed
ai they
Linda 1 with them for the truck'sarrival. ordered Diem In.Ide. -
trucks were driven by a gunman vehicle was of tilt conventional
them and then !toted the 1\\
Hill and Thomas .
Chesnut 1 K vehicle their armored type,
: making by
George Hill, both of Haw The bandits Invaded (the rectory escape The guards, who carry revolvers "We stilt oVl understand

thorne. of St. Anthony's Roman car.Police were baixfcuffed and !left why the alarm didnl go off,"
Deputies said the rear pick- said three gunmen Imkto the rectory with the Anderson said "If the doon of
up bad no tail lights. The accident : wearing Halloween maiks went priests. the truck are without the
happened on Stile Inside the rectory, but they said After the bandits etraped by alarm pm
tyitern Ming shut off
Road 20 one mile north o f J .. an alarm had been broadcast car, an alarm was telephoned to then a siren twita. The alarm,

Hawthorne. SUPw can be aimed off manually, AsVe
George RocheUe, 29, Micano- '
py la listed In fair condition Her 'Groceries'A < nil:'" M Page I)

today. lAYS Ulcu11T1u .

H. and five others were rid-
ing !to a pick-up truck which Surprise PackageMrs. 'VJunl: :
ran off State Road 25 and turned : r3 r -
over twice Just north of Ruthle Mae Watts, 203 It 13th SL, opened up her brown
the Marlon County Line. r!" SOLS"Im H4 package ef groceries Sunday morning to give her son a beg ,f potato TO FIM IT
Other riding to the pickup stttr' lEfflUTOIT HSUttl chips.

were Brenda Stewart 2, Gary 4 0. S, k lilt found Dot groceries, but RAM.: C.ealee II
Stewart, I months. EU Stewart Ay- r 1H4 The money was Saturday's receipts from Paul's Package Store, C..UIe4. 19.%,

29, Elsie Rochelle, 22 and E.ti Ull E. Univenlty Ave. where Mrs. Watts works. Iatereeiemeef 17
Ethel Rochelle\ 28. AH w e r e I'aullia/lard" wiwr, hid police that by error, be gave Mrt obiee,4.' 2
slightly injured. Watts the wrong package at cloning time at IM a n. Sunday, and Op laleae lye 4
Shirley Thomas 1ft If., 41, m tftarvcred !the mistake a few hours lain s.rtt 11. 14
Lakeland, was charged with toeelisP.. The money was turned ever to Mrs. Mallard at the w'''''' Wemen's .
driving while hated (.(- Teresa and Burs Rebecca Greene. office.
lowing an miles

north She of wu Waldo.not J Injured. Others Students With No Place Go II

]III the kijund.accident a&hongB who were let reported Foreign to

bofpiUted. wen Adella Wolfs ,

42. and Gregory and James Zipper. ., both By PAT WOJUV50* InC farms around the county toset elms and bustle around during guttering" witness to this. Hang. These and, many more trinkets have their alma en them**

Lakeland Riley 41.; James Riley Hairy Jr, RSybil U: r Statnt Jwnaflti American agriculture at this sewoe more Aaa at any big from the branches are ernanents brlgbtea the Infcrnalional said Mrt Rotamut Lsurto, who. i

Genldlne Riley Stand Thirty i Intenatlonal students work, kit tae laa Juri lOW otter holiday tone. The spirit donated by students from Christmas tree, letting thrlrunique works to the foreign student of* I
Sybil Oaudetto Riley 2L a3el art gong without knritatiaas te has fa3e: throagh," )In. Bald- bridges Ins gsa between Mo downs) ef couatrks. works ef life at ,her flee.
ISM SW m A..., Gainesfffle. homes ever Ibt holidays aoetrdtof > win sand len HJnda, Buddhist. Jew and isitiI countries. They bong there .Ute stony studmta plan! to geealgttli..tng
Chnsuan. Her .hangs aa eaq around the countryand
IasS week Thursday We err*
te Mrs fkteher Bald- Informal
Dessert gathertags -
carved mother-of-part elephant nearby ptaree/ like Meilc
Sheriffs deputies said the wta.1IDrpIIaIiIJ dIU1naa .t tine -n* If It is eight er "Tea can tost fed k ta tiled this TbalUnt Over there are Rite handclasps between the and Canada during flu body
Wolfe vehicle rammed las rear CatoeivBe Covad far bier- lathe hi fcsrt far Cdfee"-w old ," said a sappy-faced Dsbasj nor than IM foreign students
at barrt- toy tad ftfoaeta from Gustoanala. ray.. c.& Glens Ienls. k ceigrt.
of the Riley with ear posted, V atpa atonal frlnnd+hip extend,. gaiety ef flee Christmas student aa OM sups of the Uai- t> high glitters a l lantcrafrom .taI..w totemabvaaJ apeshorse. aI&JdmI114.. ', I
cited area .
speed BmJt Sped el the Waite Mrs. Baldwin 14 "". Crd eeaeosi to tamely stuieeubr serial ef Ptorida fcreiga stutasids China sack ode ef the Some are dill( sj u | c k,','
ear wee estimated at M auks Ate. has the Brt. Roe telephone- from home deai elf .. btsaaJM lafljftg i -.,. Doves It's a god way to renenv breslhleM trips back M Ifcttaalive .

M hoar. ef tilt Riley car atII sunder H feted.Te They see tae electric cfcaagate the kuildmg a boge.tfscaraud bw kancs a sacred: htart" bar eur stedeals after. they have lands .
0 B& .a bear.f thought ttcyVI be vko h way people wah. talk. Chrlatnus tree bears beaded nthkaj trees lyrlJ. COM betake their eraamnu See mtJCNTS H Page U),

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'PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Report 30 Weather Roundup More About Students Rebuild

More Dead Viet Nam Ii

ChurchBy / .

In 1 Negro
Congo From Page -

LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo ZONES state, Lt. Gen. Duong Van MInIS, DOM MCKEE i I 1 jor, .she Is from MiddletownOhio.

BCD Cloudy with and had been left at the disposal [
(APThirty more white hostages Onhrmuddi
Miss. (AP) Attired In mud-smeared black! !
all missionaries and their some fog and drizzle becoming -. of his successor. RIPLEY ruins of a Negro I Ihurcb boots faded blue Jeans and '

families, are believed to have partly cloudy by Tues The military's rapid move t the edge of. cotton red coat, she dug at the eta
been killed by rebels in the day. Low tonight 43 to 50, Buddhists' :: at students She and the
caught leaders of the : white college with a pick. o'S
60 to 65. Northeasterly icld
high Tuesday
northeastern Congo, refugees campaign by today and two professor
antlgovemment North joined students
15 mile winds. I rom the
8 to
Lt :TL91TI arriving here said Sunday 5. P Partly cloudy through surprise. Their weekend of rlth Negroes from Mississippi ignored a. biting wind, near

The missing Include an American T usds,y.r.Lee.r VtrKbH tonight In nwtiy IM,normMM hljtiTutM hunger striking and demonstra ;:? rebuild a house or worship in freezing temperatures and the

Baker of Richmond, < to II mm wind ting was cut short and Buddhist I! monument to their belief mud.
Mary TUB-
G Partly cloudy Itiroggli
Ta. She was last reported atianalla oy. Low tonight' In Mb hlglt' eu... rollowers were told: "For the I brotherhood. The sky was overcast. A
.., 75 to to. VorioMo wind, north.Ml [time being just pray cad go clump of red oaks stood forlorn.
82 miles north of Stan and
I to II milt wind professors
i J -. .....,.lIy ftlr through Tun. 'home." The college students ly behind the hurch site Sever.
leyville on Nov. 20. H. low tonight In *M fcilond' M ... who call themselves church
old blackenedby
I booth. High Tundoy 74. Moony north al pews
Pressure from the Christmas,
Fifteen other missionaries oott I to II mil, .,.... -jM (' 'Carpenters for the weather had been arranged .
K Oonoroily toW through T...- appeared to have been lifted at Sunday from Oberlin
_were missing from Banalia and toy Low tonight 70 high T....... NNormonttrly Several of the I arrived There: around a fire of scrap
I to II mil.Its. CIOA. KIY TIOISTutKlty least temporarily. College in Oberlin, Ohio. and the
14 more from Bafwasende 150 .,,,,. lumber students
stAt had
High it under arrest ,
politicians first group
todoy . I IS ...rn. .. were 28 in the themselves. .
miles northeast of Stanleyville. 4 U p m. Low" w 10:II "" ind f n warmed
SunrlM tomorrow .... 7:21 am.Moonrlw Wen targets of the Buddhists today.
'"" expected
tonight .... .. ISO: 0.m. 'TIMIHATUP.il ILUWNIM 'more were Marcia Aronoff was asked I,
Fourteen refugees freed at Lost 0uot., .., ..... .-.-. Doc. M but several persons who had 800 why, chose this
the church
Too lot nAN low todoy end WI.'., N L 'rtJl. been associated with Buddhist They traveled nearly group
Bafwasende by white mercenary bHliw, at ... .-..-. .. Mpm, jKkionvllltMloml Os 17 .DO over muddy, I to rebuild.
final lap
Our *,vi. now lilt tfwtoit of tim 7. 51 .1. extremists also were arrested. miles the i
troops said they were not yoor. will' slowly bogln I* longlhon Sos) Tompa SI AtAlsst. treacherous red clay roads to "We sent some students down r

sure the other hostages In the ""'" "". Now .0',..... t3 52 37 A .50. The generals promised "1m. the desolate place where An- I here to work with the Freedom

town bad been killed. GAINESVILLE WEATHER 50.1., 2f 14 'J7 partiality vis-a-vis every reliilous -tloch Baptist Church bad stood. Democratic party right befor. t

"We heard of rifle WnnlngtonChlcogo Now York w 14 17 21 .1' and political difference" The frame building burned the election," she said. "There \.

one volley Municipal Airport readings 30 16lion. and said they were "ready to hours after it 21 who came during a two- r
within were
... last Oct. 30
fire said Dolena Burk of Calgary for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: City 31 30
DonvorK U 11 act as a mediator between all used for a civil rights meetIn week period. Some of them
Alia., "but later the sun- High 69 at 3 p.m.; Low 51 at Worth to 5 achieve was
differences In order to were here at the rally the night
L.> Angoloi 10 N .45kitils .
bas (rebel soldiers) promised us 1 a.m. No rainfall. 3\1 14 .31 national unity annihilate the ; [the church burned."

they had not been killed." Communists and safeguard the "We can start laying brick by The group hopes to have walls

Mrs. Burk's husband Is\ Five Day Forecast nation." Tuesday and" start the Burrell framing L. md a roof up by the end of the

the Lt. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, chief Wednesday said I Christmas holidays. To help finance -
among missing. Temperatures near normal. where. Turning cooler on the mason contractorfrom
of the armed forces and former Scott, 40, a the project. the entire
Normal minimum In 40s In north weekend. Half an Inch of rain Cleveland Ohio.
Other refugees said the mercenaries -I of at Oberlin
the student body 1,300
premier nominally gave
to SOS in the Keys. Normal In most sections expected in Memphis
told them they found highs 60s In north to 70 else- showers.At order to dissolve the council andsrry I Scott, a Negro, flew to to the donated Friday's lunch money

-- out the arrests. But reports about 70 miles Church meetings In Ohio and
traces of a recent massacre at drove to
said he was under close northwest and then raise funds.

Banalia. Children's clothes the Freeze Blamed observance by the young genes'ala the church site, which is about Among the muddy workers

(AF> WlnpM* IS IM los habits of a nun and a priest and and little more than a fig 10 miles from Ripley. were Dr. Paul Schmidt head ol

splashes of blood were discovered urehead. The Oberlin group plans to,the Oberlin philosophy depart

: Oil in His Back Yard on the slope leading up to The young generals' purge Is work through the holidayi ment, and his wife Gail-who

Rodion SlipyJ and his wife use a lone dip-stock to Banalla's ferryboat the soldiers For 25 DeathsBy believed to have been touched "We have to be back in class suggested the project.

back told them. off by the High National Coun- said dark.haired Marcia -
measure the crude oil In their yard seepagereservoir Jan. 4, .

In Los Angeles: from which a trucklikethe Besides Mrs. Buck, the survivors ASSOCIATED PRESSlbut.! __ .. cU'. failure to accede to their Aronoff 20, Oberlin senior ., t ,

I one at right hauls 2,000 gallons of the oil each Included 11 Italian Roman Fresh snow, rain and plummeting least 23 deaths were attributed 'demand for the retirement of all ....J... .r'.nnlruman>W"-" .for-. the--- .ETOUD.. .
mechanical engineer to violent storms that'officials with 25 or more yearsof cochairman of the
SlipyJ 52.year-old the She la
Saturday. a Catholic nuns and two British temperatures stung
service This would Include
which the oil followed a coast-to-coast cold I Action for Civil Rights
says his home rests on a fault from women missionarlts. They Northeast and Northwest todayas I Gen. Minn. Oberlin ,
He it nets him $500 a month. wave. [organization. A sociology ma-
springs. says [were rescued Saturday. winter made its official de- The Junta's proclamation accused -
Although the South and manyof
the middle states are experiencing -I the High National Council ,
VIET CHIEF More a trend the''of "being abused by counterrevolutionary FourLaningOf huLL M*. kAle IMMIP.SONFunoril '
warming ,.
wrvlCM for M sasS Imnwnon
Pban Rho Sun, who holds, AboutYule northern corners of the nation I elements who are ....11. tgl M ratlrfd lirnw" ,.
'acting against the spirit of national will bt mid ., t p m. tn WtdmidlyDtctrnbtr
title of chief of state in South had no relief. Hy. 441 13, 1H4 it tnvMldtPlnunt 1
I With ( Inches of new snow I unity to the detriment of I Hill Ctmtttry m.r Morntawdor .
Viet Nam Sunday was given the highest interests of the nation tht dlrtcllon I of WHIUmi Thorn ;
today portions of the Montana- oi Funtrtl, HomtHARDIN .
full Extended
From 1 In violation of the provisional Is
Page North Dakota
area were still MR. IRNIIT V. Purl
UVI'po. : constitution thus hamperingthe tor 101,. Hirdln, Ml 17, form
digging out from the storms In lirvlMt
by the moorings of her soul discerned I In the wilderness and the an effort to save thousands of I reorganization of the armed' TALLAHASSEE Work Is tr.,.will Otombtr bt hold H it, IM4 II ..m it. 2Ion on lot.a. Hi..

of lellSI"1 the mystic message. No others glory of the Lord shall be re stranded cattle and sheep. I forces and weakening the anti-I' expected to be under way todayon Btptlit I Owen nttr Romtt, wit p.nPirKtf
.. \ tary 0 I $563,511 project to four- itflclotlng lurlil will bt MMlrtory
Communist a .
heard or witnessed her re vealed. I Hundreds of cattle suffocated Sprint Comtttry und r Hit ilrtctlon
/Ii'. who The council was named three lane a segment of U.S. 441 near ot Kniulf Funtril I Him, ofWIIII.t.
let It be to me Ice formed their
is nostrils
on ..
sponse. .
Mr. Htrdln, WHO livid it
: : ered at according to your word ."1 Yet who would hear? Human- and mouths. North Dakota Gov 'months ago to appoint a premier Ocala the State Road Department WIIII.,..., died Itwrt mddmly I.'"
less obsessed with clamorous Hi I II lurylvtd by witnttr
Ity-at-large announced. dty
set for
Amazement bound her lIps.She William Guy called a meeting up Mn Mtgglt Ltnttn of ArcMHilln '
'rw the I pursuits had little mind national elections and lob tnd Monrot of Mlml
serve brothon
& ; with Civil Defense Five Road Board
National District
nationalcouncil. f told no one in Nazareth, Jim ot Ltktlind, Vlrgtl' of Rom
for the thin
a tO thi tonl high Ui."'.Lf{y not even Joseph her betrothed for fragile voices Guard and highway department,I eventually as the upper house of member Max Brewer said the .0. Sill Hobby it Itllt GMII' vitDtylt
(AP wirmnttt They and from far frontiers if Vm licn.
lonely cry a two-house legislature. The Hobby
Roger W. Irvine;, 72. baldIng council confiding later only to Elizabeth officials to determine what can two-mile project on U. S. 441 extends .
members of the blots _
The .
jailed Jangling age then chief of state, Gen MInIS LAWsON MP.S. MATTie 0 Fuiwr
eldtlmer uk be done to help the snowed-ln from Interstate 75 east to ,
but ruddy an aging cousin In sooth 71
.1 the Inward
and other leading politic I a n i. out plea appointed 17 members to the .
he felt strong si IB ox.al he er town. It's odd, In moments ranchers. the west city limits of Ocala. will M twld it lad *m, on Moo
I ItM it Cirol
learned be bid bees,,. aimed Story on Page 1. of the greatest feeling ene Unnoticed, little nook of birth, "I've never seen a storm like!council. I diy t.t,. DKimbtr loptltt: il.Churcn Cinnvlll
Amerlcaa :,el!I "- that said North Dakota I Membership dropped to It Fll., with .... Pros Purl conducfIng -
"Handicapped i speaks not at all, or breathlessly. how still you lie. "Above thy, one, one -' TaishoffDics t Itii """en. So, .) will bt InFirm
the Yeir" by till Fresldent'i REUTIIEROKWalter "My soul doth magnify the deep and dreamless' sleep, the rancher. Some portions of the when the council named one of C......,,. Otlnnvlllt, Fll, tt
Its members Boa to succeed 535: pm. .MIn'lit dlrtcllon ol
Commlllee on Employmentof P. Heather, president Lord .' ." silent stars go by." state were declared disaster Ilwnl-Tnimtl Pour) Horn., T h.
I areas. MInis as chief of state. Deep NEW YORK (AP) Jerome txnlly rtgutit Itllt IKnmn bt nit

Ibt Hindlcipped.....: -- -- of the United Auto Workers Troubled 13oseph, too, found Few know or paid the slightest -I Lightning thunder hall snow splits' then developed In the Talshoff, (4, president of Myca- ttd building hId fund contrlbutltnt It Ctrol bl IMltM tnt It Sip-tt..

LUCI'S POST Union left Detroit's Henry Ford ssurance In the deep discovery heed. Seldom does a noisy and gusty winds struck sectionsof "council. Chairman Nguyen lex Corp. and prominent in civic tilt Church.

Hospital Sunday two weeks after of a dream. "Joseph son world detect the wonders of the Montana as cold arctic air'Runs Chu resigned and seven affairs. died Sunday. Talshoff PoRcine. MI. WALTI5 "NJAMI"I
e) Lucl Bilnei Johnion young of David. do not fear! to take quiet. Only Isolated herdsmen of other members ceased sitting was director of the Metroplitan If!. Funtrtl' HrvlcM tor Mr FinrtM
his with .
removal of a spot on met warmer Pacific Ilr. .
| tgt 51. twntr if Pirrltti' R lt
er daughter of the President, ii. Mary your wife that which the bills and contemplative MaIl Lightning knocked the face with the council Opera, a governor of Long Is- Sft"1 Nl Flrlt It, .'ttviII.'
'the new chairman of the teenage right lung. is conceived In her Is the Holy ,,iiKt ItM will bt hold ., I pm. wWMnndty
were aware. "But Mary kept from a clock In a Helena valley The nine remaining active land University and vice presIdent Dwtmbtr U IIM it 'I'll
program of the National' The 87-year-old labor leader Spirit; she will !bear a son ". all these thing, pondering home. [members had been deadlocked and trustee of the Air Wilt Church with D,. Prod Liugnml
'' and g,. T.I.. McCiul FMIMtmtrltui
Foundatlon.PoIarch of Dimes.In Emanuel God with us details of future elections.was Force or ,
told a news conference he had them In her heart Most of the state and federal on Historical foundation conductlno It. ttrvlctt 1.,1.'
her first official act, Miss I How tenuous and delicately will' IM In Hlllcrnt i MtmorHI, "."' uMr -

Johnson tent a letter to J.OOC l been Informed that the operation -spun the keenest understand That curious quality of silence highways were open to traffic ....I!m,Homt dlrxllon. Mr.of,.Jonn-jonnun"Ion. wH llvrtt Fu

teen-ige leaders, urging them tc i was a success, and that his ings. Neither arts nor explanations marks the greatest work. but back roads were snowed In. Father Killed Teaching 55aa t 1194 N I.Otlnnvlllt MOl It,, dltd rnldiHit lund.y fur-,gM 1

to find I assured. Ings of existence. Silence Is the Some officials said It would take ... ,
,join her in the campaign recovery was can define them fully. y. coming Iwrt tram Owtnibort
''a of preventing birth defects In that corridor of creativity the way weeks to open the country K.ntucky. _
way They are couched profound
which afflict 250,000 children -! Reuther said he hoped to rename and wordless language of of thought, of deepest love, oJ routes. Son, 7, How to DriveMIAMI

each year. his union duties soon. the heart. germinating seed, of insight The Air Force planned to airlift Gainesville Sun

-- This hidden chord, this latent and conviction."Be five tons of hay to stranded (APA 7-year-old ward. Brooks was killed Instant

undercurrent, fashions the electric still the advise cattle and sheep boy learning how to drive the ly. Debbie died In surgery. Published tvtnlngi except mornIngi .
,, Saturday, and Sunday
mystery of Christ's arrival "and know that I am Cod." In the Northwest, mixed rain new family car apparently con "He was Just trying to be a by this Gointivill Publishing

I @bituare In the velvet stillness of the and snow caused hazardous fused the brakes with the accel good daddy," said Frost : Company of 101 SE

night obscure, unknown, .the Time ind life itself transcend driving conditions In Washing. 'erator. Carleton Harper, who was flying 2nd Place Galn.svillt' Florida! '
ton where three died in and 'n rtd at itcond
sacred intervention came. audibility. And only I In the persons model
NoflenL His proud father, Robert airplanes In the park mattir e? tht POll Oftict atjoincivllit
will bt kwK unttr PIMM

wh ivillMIt accidents. Two
Pos.r.l n traffic( boys
.. U's It was quiet and sequesteredIn transience of time in passing Brooks, 32, was standing nearby ing lot with friends said "The Florida.CIRCUtATIOP4 .
that stall In Bethlehem, acts and Instants, do the last were killed In sledding mishapsnear
Deborah man was under SATES IT
who lived at with sister an S-year- pinned the car.
Mr. Parrlsh
ERNEST HARDLVWILLISTONErnest where Joseph and his wife took ing fruits of silence break Into Seattle The little CARRIER OR MAIL
old her turn at the girl
begging was lying on
1108 N.E. 4th St. was a member -
Hardin, shelter. It was quiet In the shop, the stream! of raucous human Heavy rains struck northern wheel other side and she was I w... .45
of the First Baptist Church, which California and crying. I N... $5.IS
herd's field below and quiet in I history stores then up- gale warnings
died Saturday at the home said Detec- When
J7, Mena Bible Class and a past I The car slowed we got there the woman
\ the starry firmament above. In silence were posted along the northern All mall subscriptIons must
'of. friends here. member of the G al I ne l wills "Listen. ft silence,0coasllands coast Heavy snow was expect tive Sgt Robert Frost, "and was screaming for someone to be paid In advanct.

He was a native of Newton, Men's Garden Club He was a the olden prophecies Thereby does Christmastime ed In the northern and central Brooks told the boy to put on ,call an ambuIsn She got all Mtmbtr of Audit Bunou ot
Ga, and had lived In the WUllston native of Oweniboro, Ky. Implored. "A voice cries I attain Its tlmelessness. Eternity Sierras where travel warnings the b tab n. He apparently the children together and took Circulation.
and Romeo area since Is with time. "When the them I All eontHntf Hints, *
Survivors Include a non. Walter joined were Issued. missed. away so they wouldn'tlook .... mittriM .. enntivl WuMlinlnf
1924. He was a member of Zion B. Parrlsh Jr., and two time had fully come," wrote More than 'an Inches of rainreU Across the parking lot at Hialeah at the man." wiotrry, Compwiy it 5 leI IWAttrletiy US

Hills Baptist Church In Romeo grandchildren, Walter B. Par More About Paul, "God sent forth his son, Race Course Mrs. Brooks, No charges ortlomn, wimout lilt .'
on Los Angeles County, con- were contemplated -j Mrmmlo' 45 *M MMItflMrKoductum .
Surviving are one sister Mrs born of woman ." The richesof husband I .. 1\\
rlah III and Mary Lucille Par Itributlng to 10 traffic fatalities angry that her was I by police. M wfwlt ir (

:Maggie Lenton, Arcadia; and rlsh, all of Gainesville; five sisters Theft the quiet wellsprlng of Infinity Snow in New Mexico was (caching little David to drive. -- -

t, six brothers Bob and Monroe of I Mrs. Frank W. Dell, ol were poured into the shrill blamed for one traffic deeth anda --Ikini. borne with two __

;Miami, Jim of Lakeland Vlrgel Owensboro, Mrs. Marvin C. and finite episode of mortal plane crash! In which one man l younger children.She ll

sot Romeo, Bill Hobby of Belle Hogarth of Loves Park, HI, man was lrlooslyInJur turned as the car shot for-

:,Glade and Doyle Hobby of Vero I Mrs. Frank Baxter, and Mrs From Page 1 Aptly silence clothed the process ., '- !. _--- ----- ,=- -' : ,. tu

Beach. Sue P. Fisher both of Winter from the start The wise I
I Haven. Fla, and Mrs. Ray the police said, If you had a gun
MRS. B. K. STEVENS men of the East did not divulge At.
mond of New Port RichBoys' -In back, you'd turn It off Choose .
Word has been received hereof Moore your what they had found, and traveled I '
that's what hap'pellelt.
too. Perhaps
the death this morning of ey home a secret route to

'bin.. B. K. Stevens. 1135 SW Anderson. said the bank's $511- guard their hallowed Informa It r:::.. : ,

!fth Ave, Gainesville at the Club tion.
000 was covered by Insurance.
home of her parents In Hanover -
: Place At Fenundl! and Codley both Twice again the woodsman :
Pa. Busy .5
>, guidance about 40 and veteran employee. Joseph realized his duty In the .
Mrs. Stevens was
at Gainesville High Christmas were on a regular Monday route silent murmuring of sleep-
which Included cash pickups him to flee to Egypt to
:ISchooI. Her husband Is a mem- The Buys' Club of C linesvllle I -] warning :
from three churches and deliveries the child from Berodssword
ber of the faculty at the University Joins hundreds of B o y .
of cash to three of the In Bethlehem and later
of Florida College of'Physical Clubs throughout the nation In
bank's branches according to Indicating the return to Nuareth. -
: Education and Health. the business ol being busy during -Anderson. .

expecla to arrange the Season.
The family Holiday
started at the bank'smain
They his childhood to the
:services' In Gainesville after "School's out, M we're From
Christmas. busy," said Mike Kreshla the office where they picked age of 30, Jesus' years were
: up money for the branch banks In utmest silence
club's director. The club will wrapped )
EZZELL had not made deliveries ; ; ,
RACE at 1 daily Instead of They any Nothing is disclosed: of them.
open p-tn.
Emmerson Ezzell II to the branches before the
Rage the usual "His mother kept all these
:died at his home In rural holdup, Anderson said. things In her !heart"Later.
Gainesville Sund..,. A native of Charlie Dobbs. the club's Deputy Police Chief William

:North Carolina, he was a retired the program regular director program said areas most will of Ludwig said the crime was definitely slipped. In away his ministry In solitude, he often for The Right Card For The Right Person

farmer. He was a memo the work of professionalswho
:Iber of the Church of Chlrst be open during the Holiday had studied the route and reinforcement In the gelden Special, people dturve special cards-and theft's
period. Special events will! Include -, orb of silence, he drew strength satisfaction la
Survivors Include his widow liming of the truck. an extra special finding Just the right
and the elements enfolding
:Mrs. Matte Shanda Etzell, a the Florida State Games tool First reports said the church peace earth. Christmas card for each person you want to nmera-
his on
Room Tournament all day
;son Albert E. Enell both ofGalMavW. day the annual Turkey Shoot rectory safe had been looted I The racket of the world the ber. In our wide assortment of special title! Christmas

.. and a bro then on Christmas EYe and the also but a later check showed ,ringing, roaring, g r e will ,. cants by Hallmark,you can select neti0t 1 for ritatheshacherlsflmcefsiends.pastwandmanycth.s.! "' '
tWlllUun Henry Easel !, of the $1.100 still in the safe. : vj> fmfl&m .i
din of Instruments
Christmas Party also In Dec. pounding engines -
Ocala, and two grandchildren. and tongues deafen LOOK ro" Lrrrus TO SANTA
24. at 4 may
pjn. "
T> ChnttwMi $ ,.
WALTER PARRISH SR The club will be closed at Spm. Diplomat Dies conscience to the gracious wooing e I IVIW DAY TIL CHRISTMAS IN TM

Walter Benjamlne Par rlsll Thursday and will reopen of that silent sphere but It CHESNUT'S OFFICE I

:Sr., owner of the W. B. Par Tuesday Dec. 21, at 1 ROME CAP) Ambassador endures. And bUs p a a the iffctut

.Tlsh Radio Shop !here since p.m. The building will be cbeed Augusto Basso, 71, a noted ItalIan tranquil 'ear. EQUIPMENT CO INC. u

IKS, died it Aliehua General New Year's Day but will diplomat during the period Be sUB to hear he said to.. ,

Hospital Sunday night He reopen Saturday, Jan. I at I I between the two world wars, man. and "I win come to him.HumUliy. 106 W. University Ave. FR 2-8421 _

was 71. am. dud Sunday. Tsmerr'wt .)

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o"doy, December 21, 1964 __ Gainesville_SunROBERTS ...--3

! Space debris crashing at terrific

I The Pcople..the Town..the Activities speeds digs countless l

of craters on the moon. Some
craters are as small as a pin-
By CUT CORMIER ;:eo close I could have kicked perienced moments of fear, head; others as big as Hudson

Sam City Editor -" |.Wm without taking half a step." but always bounces back. Bay Similar flying matter attacks I

You want to know the kind of J'tr.f': -"Ufa rvfPiprtft- I Roberts, father of two chil- "There have been phone calls the earth, but the atmosphere
community Gainesville really et home yon know, from I
burns all but Die

is* W1 JK. : & but people it hasn't who dislike shaken policemen my wife, largest particles up, and st titer I

Ask a man who bu been ;! As long as Im happy ahe is erodes away the gapingwounds.
keeping an eye on people here : ) la lot less Juvenile delinquency (no." \ .
for U
years. I ,
"Parents need to worship One of the many reasons Rob / I
Lt. Courtney Roberts of the I with their children for one erts likes it here Is his admiration FOR ixnitT
Gainesville Police Department diving club, Robert has on II{process, The bull made for "He was snorting and pawing thing Those that don't are los- for his boss, Police t Tree Surgery
doesn't go around town spyingon several occasions assisted in downtown Gainesville where he the ground, and when I arrived ing out on religious impressions Chief W, D. Joiner '
its citizens But being involved searching out underground that are in A ''''''''''
gored a three year old girl, on my motorcycle he necessary .0.-1.;
in community activitieson streams for drowned victims smashed a car and terrorized drew back to charge me." shaping young minds "He's one of the most dedicated c:.; '*C.vnyW.rk
and off duty as much as he law enforcement officersI
is and as a police officer to Hia prowess with the pistol people along several blocks of The policeman's first shot The Roberts are members of know. I've tried to pattern *'-
charge of traffic, Lt Roberts once bad saved his life, not from a his flight found the mark, and the 357 the First Episcopal Church myself according to his expert .1.1te".1..,..
man, but from
knows his town. if a bull the charge When Roberts came to the Magnum bullet slapped through What it like to be a policeman' guidance, This community Is ..0....
The bull's skull right betweenthe ,...,.
scene the bull was behind Ala- family? lurky to have such a fine police .
'Eeople here have more Rut the brute had be-
The animal eyes chief
a 2000-pound chua General Hospital In
community spirit and civic responsibility part Brahma bull a gun his charge and it took two "They're proud of me," Rob--
Roberts, related -parking lot, where a crowd of Gainesville
town I Is also lucky to
than any more slugs to>> tumble him. erts said, .
Kth .It
10 N.W. A. -264).n.
know," said the 38-year-old St. escaped from a packing curious, almost hypnotized people have policemen like Roberta I m MtlM' Mtf ........
Petersburg native "We live to I house, goring a worker In the gathered to watch. "When he finally fell, he was His wlf I Magi, has ex around I _

a nice, clean town a good
place to raise our children."
The husky, 205-pound police
officer came here to attend the
University In the late '40's, : .
fresh from WW II duty in the
Pacific as a nose gunner on an ; ;
Army Air Force B-24, and he d"+ .
never left After he graduated -
, with majors In agriculture and I TH '
(j' psychology, Roberts Joined the I
police department.
Armed with a .31 and a ready t
t I: smile on his ruddy face, Roberts
has been an institution Now Is'I'l Time To

of his likes own people in Gainesville: "After Roberts all I NOW! You can own a Magnificent2c ',

traffic Is really people," he I lIuy..Nol'n"Jucnl

says. I

Roberts enjoys life most Due Until Next *
when he's helping others _I Magncr Stereo hi-fi instrument
from teaching fathers gun safety I
so they can help their sons,' March. On Our
to teaching other policemen
! judo and karate and teenagers

archery and swimming. I for little Special Christinas ..
: An enthusiastic outdoorsman, .. as as only
Lt Roberts, who once wrote al l ll Plnii!
weekly column on the subject I ", Budget ,
for the Sun, knows where all ..
the good fishing holes and hunting .
stands are in this area
t I I1I
"Gainesville ls right in the
middle of the best fresh water
, fishing and hunting areas in
the state," Roberts adds, II''
one of his many reasons for'
liking it here.
I ,
Most kids In town know Roberts
as a personal friend, part
ly from his being an advisor In y ,
Youth Council and from the t ; + 8 1I Iti
numerous lectures and Instructions I I
he's given In driver education
? _
and accident prevention i + belt

As holder of a national ratingof I MAGNAVOX
1 t 1- "
lifetime master In outdoor
pistol and small bore shootingwith II ,f I + HIGH-FIDELITY' _

the National Rifle Association + DELUXE PORTABLE
Roberts works with regular f
classes of children and j PHONOGRAPH
adults on the practice range.
I P "r 1 All encMm' wmpnwiH ,In e ilngl.acmnt .
"I believe the classes have cat eabirut, Te I' soot l liraliri
saved a lot of lives and pre 1
pm|.cr wmnd blloitmlly,, ,
vented > lot of accidents with F lourinm, hint. end |t.r*.. belonc'
.firearms" he said. iFs ; t h inntrolt' Silva Slat Warranty Wrfayi

Guns are his major hobby, """C., e full va' at flll pwti
but Roberts also Is devoted 10'' end Mil, Model SC21J 7110
physical fitness. He's I qualified -
Instructor In weight lifting,
boxing, Judo, karate and Aikido aasutau
the latter a Japanese technique -
of restraining a person
with holds that will not cause

faced"A policeman with odds, Is and constantly I'm a I Automatic I'JIOHograllllVit1I F.UI AM Hallo '\ .,. .

firm believer that his chancesof ,
survival depend a great deal This revolutionary instrument surpasses oil other achievements 'In the re

on physical fitness." I creation of sound because It um NO TUBESI' Exclusive Mlcromofle

He admits, somewhat reluc- record player has a diamond needle. 6 speakers Including two l 12" bast.
tantly and with a sheepish grin FM/AM Radio gives superb reception even from distant stations Solid

that he's throttled hoods from t few time uncooperative to I I State Circuitry is All Transistors, absolutely no tube to burn out. Astro. 298.50 Mognavoi> Magnatonlc Sttreo

SoniC Warranty the solid state 5
component are swore,
time with his powerful grip I HI." That U... No Tub.it
diamond stylus 10 years, plut I year on all other ports and 'labor.
Body conditioning has come Mod I ST63.. Thb 1IMIQn1'lcttt' (.* .... 4 .pMfc**. Solid $*.',
In handy for Roberts on several I 51.'.. Amplllim, MKtomaOt raced playa' T'". .
other occasions. I meld, iloK CflmpnrMmti Ste .........M like the time he rescued I MII Mahogany. wet. ..
University of Florida student nut Of Mopl." line fumllurt flnlita.' 1419

lying on the damp dark floor': NO EXTRA TO BUY
of I cave 130 feet deep, his kg AT McDUFF No Extra Charge For rv. No

fractured"Part: of In the three way places.down IS*, Extra Charge For Delivery No Payment IIIe'Til Next Fchmary! .

cave had a very narrow passage
too small for a stretcher
or Utter basket to go>> through
I had to lower myself down using The Mognovox Aitro Sonic ,
I rope. Htgh Fidelity rodio-phonogroph l I

The lieutenant reached the InJured ? 'literally transports you 'Into the t ..
boy strapped him on his .}a.r concert hall! '
back and then brought him op
past the narrow opening to a .
ledge 'by pulling up hand-over h'", s.... Wenltftt1 .
hand on the rope. From then I
took I J ware MffwgMfKMtty tit wad era.k I
other rescuers over.That ......-..
happened way back In ') ..... ... 40.m e,4 -ylut i I I
1954 but the student sever forgot l e r seer ew tit .... peeve eto4 ...,

"He to a mutter's son and r
five to Tampa Every year at' this tune be sends me a Chrirtmcs i.i'we. Ire boui'M hrd .ubh.d i J,
card." Roberts said. Peer, M'aryo.Iq tIt 0. wwlrry p... ,
,,' Lnw.ne. boner.. yw .ptd 1re.1n.I\t .
As an honor fife nember ef _____ fe<._. $>.*. UM I*. .oaraerrry
Barnacle Busters a scabs e Magnaroi Lightweight Portable Television,
the .
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I JOHN .. MAMMON' ,......* adH. : 'J
PvMMwf PAT COWLII Vie PFlorida's ..... ; T Dilemma
Asir< tD JOHNSON Vk* FfMlfcnln 1
Beautiful ?i '5 < Incvtln afar, W O. (III!) E
gnr$ ailRIOLI, VIM PratlMol e.d A*.
University City' wtlMflf Dlncttr 101 TAHTAOLIONI, S WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
VIM PmlMrt aid circudiiM M.._. By
In Mississippi, the Jalllngs and
THE SUN'S POLICY By JOHN S. KNIGHT The comings and accussed In effect of killing the
PuMliMr' The Mimi Hinld unJaillngs of the 21 men
Show the strengths and the
1. Report the news fully And impartially In the news column, President Johnson can .i,/ U tt three civil rights workers
2. Cxprt the opinions of the Sun I In-tut only "cditoriali. our judiclallystem.
look back upon his firs \ c ffiKf hand there Is due process, and due process ?
3. Publish all aides of Important controvirtlal IIMMI.
In the White Hou r the other hand there
year s t. all\ right. But on i II
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 with considerable aatlsfac 1 venerable is hard to conclude otherwise than that
tone JII8t1ce.is ni jusice to Mississippi, or precious little of im I

Not only did he receive l then hi" people persecute black pePpe> l grant
the largest el I Mississippi are almost
percentage that the charges against
We Like It HereIn the total popular vote of anj 11l e mediately overdrawn, that when they are uttertd they some-
candidate In U.S history times have a ring of genocidal fanaticism to them I re-

1952 it all began. we salute him as resolute opposition.He but emerged from the campaign 'i S 1 } y cently heard a sophisticated man say that life In MississippiIs ,
with relatively few is for
provided determined checks and no better for the average Negro than life the aver-
battle scars. shrink the charges down, mi
.And on Saturday, December 19, balances that are the very stuff of His legislative proposals- U age Yugoslav have or left Pole.over But a despicable record of Indifferenceto
1964, a minimum housing code pass- which our government is made. We Including civil rights and Mrk o ,' you crime and humiliation.
ed. disagree with him, but we 'respect the tax bill- met wIt W E -

him and his right to his opinion.We general approval. MR. BYRON BECKWITH was tried in Mississippi for the
We know men who are good Business conditions remained '. .:...iKft lM murder of Medgar Evers. Permit me to break from the ritualism -
know men-and womenwhoare excellent and the t I know, I know, no man is "guilty" unless he U I

Commissioner James Richardson good and kind and wise. And they outlook for 1965 foretells another "Com In, Gentlemen This Way Through To India so found by a Jury of his peers-and state that on the basil
of level I[ available of the
year high of what knowledge is publicly painstaking
led us out of the darkness. He cap- are members of the League of business activity. case developed .by _the FBIi

tained the ship and brought the code Women Voters and the Civic Housing The Alliance for Progress I against tsecKwun, i believe

borne. Association. is now making some headway that beyond a reasonable
Some of them have actually foughtthe under the direction of i DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS doubt the prosecution correctly

-. And the date was as it should be good fight since the early 1950s. Thomas C. Mann, Assist" charged him with
ant Secretary of State for killing Medgar Evers. But I
Near His birth. For thousands in Inter American Affairs. the trouble Is, Beckwith was

Gainesville affected by blight now .Honor begets honor; trust beget The President has shown tried precisely by a Jury

see a new day, trust; faith begets faith, and you himself to be a wise and Crisis of his peers; and for that
The Averted
gave hope to so many for so long. patient negotiator In foreign reason he has twice now
Commissioners Al Sutherland and affairs The recent Washington got off thanks to hung

Ed Turlington reduced the complicated And most gratifying, the ranks discussions with Britain's juries. There are Jurors in
prime minister were I By WALTER UPPMVNNThe what may happen hi Germany responsible Germans to be- the South who do not recognize
If builders
to the simple. private have closed and Gainesville Is pulling
and of that crime
useful a
productive a
big news from the five or 10 years from lieve that eventually the againsta t
cannot and will not fill the void only together. Leadership, real lead- better understanding o n NATO meeting In Paris Is United States would relinquish Negro falls under the gen-

then turn to public housing. ership, hat come forth from the NATO and the proposed that the highly advertised now.That is why there have Its veto over the nuclear eric category of "crimes '
Gainesville City CommissIon.ThIs multilateral nuclear force quarrel over nuclear arms been no big quarrel and fleet and that West For them, it Is an offense to
And Commissioner Byron Winn to which the British had did not happen. There was showdown in Paris. Germany, which would own be waived as, say, juries

rose to the occasion with distinction. is a city of knowledgeable voiced strong objections. no shattering showdown, be- Behind this change of atmosphere about 40 per cent cf the tend to waive the charge
cause once the British and there is a diplomatic fleet, would then have a against the husband who
and responsible people. People with WITHIN TIlE last week American elections were over history of which cer- large voice. comes home and shoots the
We know men who are good and social conscience. Alert people. Responsive several Washington correspondents the problem was taken tain of the essentials are That the West Germans man he finds in bed with

kind and wise. people. People who care have repor t d out of the hands of the visible, though, properly were greatly tempted by his wife.

care enough to do somethIngabouttheir that President Johnson will quarrelsome zealots. It was enough, the details are not. this was shown in Chancellor But what Is to be done
: And their names are Richardson, fellow man. "in!- mood of examined dispassionately The Idea of a multilateral Erhard' indiscreet re- about It? Are'we going to
next January a
and responsibly, and it was nuclear force was conceived marks last Oct. (. When
Sutherland, Turlington, Winn cautious responsibility." change the Constitution
soon apparent that the during the Eisenhower asked at a news conference
and Howard McKInney. The very best Is none too good for The Mew York Times problem is theoretical, not administration while Chris- whether Washington and Many liberals are raring to
the people of Gainesville.We says that LBJ Is determinedto real and urgent. tian Herter was secretary Bann might create the MFL go.the Yet we are dealing with
We disagreed vigorously with "avoid high pressure There is no Issue about of state. The original motive without Britian, France or the same Constitution with

Mayor McKInney over this issue. ButII Like It Here. tactics" In dealing with critical any present danger to the behind it was to preventthe the other European allies, process same, that guarantees the entire of due liberal
foreign problems.This allies, to Europe or to West- West Germans from the chancellor said, "I can -
reputed "soft mood"of ern Germany. The argument wanting to make a nuclear not give you a flat 'yes,' butI community enthuses over -
i A MODEST MEASURE the President b already Is about a hypotheticalfuture force of their own, followingthe cannot deny it." release it results In (hi
drawing criticism from about what will be example set'' by Britain o I Communi s t 11
sources which fear it means the defense of the West 10 and France. This was to be THIS INDISCRETION took (Judy Coplon remember'

"iLBJ's View of a reluctance by the President or 13 years from now done by giving them enough place shortly after the visit to -crime was Just as guilty of her
MandateBy to assume positions of Nothing about the argument physical contact with nuclear Washington of Dr. Grewe, for his) and as Beckwith Is of
positive leadership. is immediate or pressi l n g weapons to vaccinate merly the German ambassador ; Earl Warren became
I happen to believe that Even If by chance everyone them against nuclear fever. to Washington and now the even more of a hero
RICHARD WILSON big spending lot social re- The truth Is that neither when he defended-or
such conclusions premature agreed about the MLF 0 r WHEN PRESIDENT John German ambassador t o some
Chief, CewlesWaihingtoa ./ form. Mr. Johnson nor General Tay- and In, error. about the French "force Kennedy Inherited the proposal NATO. It should be laid say, Invented -the rightsof
Bums His Interpretation of his 'lor know how to win the war President' Johnson Is not a frappe," neither or both of he took the position that none of the other NATO the rapist Mallory In a
WASHINGTON The news mandaurls qjilte modest. It with I Re4 ChinA Nor does Winston Churchill, a frank- these primitive nuclear' deterrents that II our European allies allies was consulted about famous decision which I let
from Washington has been Is, In effect,:that the voters Mr.:Johnson know how to lin D. :Roosevelt or a John would have any wanted it and agreed on It this visit to Washlmon to him off, scot-free to rape
somewhat misleading lately. thought he had done pretty keep a half dozen countries In F. Kennedy. Nor is he gifted military significance for the United States would discuss the ML?. again.'
There Is nothing wrong with well in taking over from President the world .from developing with their rare talents of many years to come. help. But It was not a vital'American Against this background
the reporting of It. British Kennedy under hard their own nuclear weapons, expression and moving, Inspirational project nobody has any reason to be AND NOW the FBI has
Prime Minister Wilson did see circumstances and now are except to keep talking about language.NEVERTTIELESS IN THIS PERSPECTIVE As Jong as this was the astonished that the alliance developed a ease against 21
President Johnson. They discussed willing to have him go aheadon a multi-national force which It would have been absurdto condition of ML?, no Europe has been greatly disturbed. People, no less, .who are al
details of a new multi- his own. But a mandatecan would help to satisfy the hun L y n- have let the zealots provoke a n government, no' This was the dangerous legedly guilty ,of torturing
nation nuclear force. General vanish as quickly as It ger of some world statesmenfor don Johnson Is an accomplished a quarrel between France and not even the mess which President Lyn- and killing three men associated
Taylor conferred with the President materializes, as did the mandate their own bomb. practitioner of the France and the United States. Soviet Union took it very don Johnson and Fri m e with the civil rights
and they discussed how of the Johnson Idol, Neither Mr. Johnson nor his art of the possible. He uses Such a quarrel could not seriously But during the Minister Harold Wilson sep. movement !In MIssissippi.
the war In Viet Nam mightbe Franklin D. Roosevelt, after educational and welfare experts persuasion, guile, appeals to fall to disrupt the alliance past year a radical change arately and Jointly, have The Justice Departmenttried
stepped up and won. he proposed and was beatenon know how, overnight, patriotism, compromise and and to set back very seriously occurred In the character of had to clean up. This has an end run around the
It Is quite true also that an the Supreme Court packIng to give everyone the educa- even arm a twisting to gain progress on the reduce the MLF proposal This been done by making it local officials, ao that In-
Immense kickback of federal plan in the lime year tion he deserves. They only his ends. tion of armaments and the change turned what had quite clear to the government stead of charging the gentlemen
tax money to the states on a Mr. Johnson came to Congress know how to make a beginning These negotiating abilities unification of Germany.Our been a vague and amiable In Bonn that the with murder-which
I .no-etrings-attached basis has In 1937. The New Deal In providing educational have served him well in politics relations with Europe scheme Into a burning !International MLF, if It ever comes Into federal officials have no
been at the top of the agenda.An ended the day the court packIng opportunity (underscore) fora and the science of gov have been deeply threatened Issue. being, will not be a "first right to do, that being Mis
: expanded educational program plan was withdrawn. Such greater number.A ernment. Are the statesmenof by a senseless quarrel, a The chang In the MLF, step" toward German nuclear sissippi's business the
Is under discussion.BUT early Impressions tend to re- the world so differently I kind of mordern equivalentof which was the work of the power. On the con prosecution charged them
main with a congressman and BALANCE between constituted that they will fail the medieval argument zealots" during 1964, replaced trary, it will\ be used as an with conspiracy to deprive
IT SEEMS common to !in Mr. Johnson's case they dream and reality Is being to respect and understandhim about how many angels can the Kennedy policy of ironclad obstacle to the people of their rights, j in
all these Ideas and projects find their .fPIlC.tiOD.t the struck. It la all very well to ? dance on the head of a pin. letting the European govern proliferation of nuclear wea- this case the right of the
.that they are not going ahead highest explore what ia feasible In I doubt, too, that Presi- This quarrel has been put ments agree on It if they pons. three civil rights workers to
very fast. Creation of MLF President Roosevelt's mandate the development of the nation dent Johnson will shrink In order. Instead of demandIng could. The MLF became a As a result of this correc agitate ai they please.
"(the mixed nuclear force Is vanished after he had up to the year 2000, and another from decision making when an Immediate agreement project to be pushed Into tion of what American MLF A local official, a Mississippi
jut very near. The Idea about won at the polls an even matter to convert feasibility all other efforts to resolvea on a treaty which was existence by the collaboration policy has recently become, ; commissioner having
the $2 billion kickback to the greater victory than President Into reality. given ..Ituatlolh to be ratified very soon of Washington and the MLF Is defused and !I first executed a warrent for

jtatea Is dead of over expo. Johnson's. Thus It Is that some elements been exhausted. we have given up pushingthe Bonn. the heat has gone out of I the arrest of the 21, promp-
lure. General Taylor Is little In the national life will W* have learned, 0 r Europeans around and This was a reckless adventure the quarrel within the Western ]Iy reversed herself on the
nearer than he was to a ALL KINDS of temptationsbeset be disappointed in the John- should have learned, from have stopped fidgeting aboutVoice which caused many allIance. 'grounds that the evidence
White House order to bomb a president when he receives son administration because it bitter experience that the I against them was "hearsay,"
the North Vies Nam supply more than (I percentof will not appear to go ahead United States Is no longerIn having been presented by an
lines And the new educational the vote. He U tempted to far enough and fast enough in a position to reshape the FBI agent who swears helot
program will start on a tell our allies where they get progressive reform. Arguments world as we might wish it It from someone who If
more modest basis than it* off, read a lecture to General will be made that fiscal to be. of the People willing in due course to testify -
Advance publicity would suggest De Gaulle, go out and win responsibility Is not Incompatible The Koreas and the Viet : : in court. But hark, even
that war in Viet Nam and get with progressive and liberal Nams represent Involvements i If In due course the 21 art
In these modifications of cracking with new programsto action. which are incapable of easy arrested Indicted, and con-
I abolish want, make evel'Jmln solution. The new African i I .On The Sun's I rated, the penalties for violation
brilliant what start Ideas out lies as the big secret and a king and the whole It may well! be that lateron nations unprepared and Opinion Page. ) of the laws In goesion .
Mr. Johnson will become
what the Johnson admlnut- nation a paradise.But discontented with Incapable cf self s government OpiHlwM, ..* '__.11 .t See seeders. sos .< CM. to tk. V., .| Mn pwta .. t would be trivial a
Jif his modest this time must ... .. ...,.... | ., "" few
Mr. Johnson baa at mutt k* best Hi wnNf t lee will k. a ithMd II > 1.7. *" years In JaiL
ration will\ be like. Those who put Interpretation of his mandate. not become our sole re- ... .....J 500 ....* red. MWt w wnN.d M sew see iN.e .* ... .._. 'M...UIM.J.. ....A.. he..A.etd
talk to Mr. Johnson now knowthat aside these dreams of glory In But at the present as he reviews spnnsibllty.Tn So. m.tM M. MAs H riles ..? ...... M H *..... It. sAws .k...,.. ik. ..11. ..'..be____"_**_*,.' Tk* Who. will be the first I o
he his favor of the ...... - .
does not interpret more modest and urgent budget requests assume unilateral lead- step forward and suggest
Jig victory at the polls as a restrained approach. He of tin billion and tries to ership of such complex tasks Protests last would, I believe, bean I Paper that the Constitution be altered
mandate for crash programs, stands In the batters box and whittle them down nearer the Is not the duty of the United understatement to the or memorandum in- ? And /how precisely
for for overseas crusades to steps back to let the /hot ones 1100 billion mark the policyo States. To avoid being involved In voting booth was enacted would we alter it? What
realign our allies on our aide, go by while waiting for a restraint and go-slow 'Attacks'EDITOR any back and- forth letters 1949. It by the Legislate In about the proposal kicking
nor for a quick plunge Into pitch that he can hit seems to predominate. IF OCR AW.\NCES are with your readers, I the was Incorporated Into round the left Jet set, t 0
In disarray. It I Is because Sun: Having felt request that my name be Ion of Election Code Rev.. send troops to Mississippi I
POTOMAC FEVER w* have helped to fore the that one of the prime reason ,- withheld. tied 1951 and hal been tlr- on the grounds that the
Du'ch: from Indonesia and for th* "Letters to the The forward since that time state is in effect In a state
By JACK WILSON, Cowl Washington Bureau sided against our true allies Editor" section: of your pa- READER Committee Legislative Interim of rebellion against the republican
whenever any grubby, per was to stir up controversy on Elections Is government which
John Connor, a pharmaceutical executive, will be the new Secretary of Commerce leftist oriented band of I have always managedto (Our di'ijptemeal with completJn' an exhaustive the federal goverment supposedly
: -Preaident Johnson's first appointment to his medicine cabinet. "liberators' sounded the avoid any contributions In Mayer McKiuey 1t.1 I> study of the Florida Election guarantees to all
cry of colonialism and bn- this direction. Your continued sate let pcnoMlltie Ftr- Codti with the view toward Its citizens?
: The President will deliver Slate ft. e Union meai at' P.M. prriatism.Mr vitriolic attacks on Mayor get Ik* ,,1Idn, Reader, aid making needed come1I0ftJ. -
:W'r ao busy fighting poverty all day that there' no other time to listen to Johnson once described McKinney however think. skeet the people. THE CONCEPT is awful
how well off w* ar*. himself as a "prudent EDITOR. WhIle this proposal bas In Its
prompt me to at least vote been implications, sops.dany
wear tuxedo progressive" The term Is my opinion on this one Item. discussed. there does for thoee who deeply
Politicians hope LBJ's decision instead of whit tie and tan apt H* moves forward but State not appear to be Strong
)is just passing phase. Where would they be without his coat tails ? Is not given to selfdelusionor It seems Indeed unfortunate OfficersTo POrt for emending It to aup. distrust /the state's assump-
emouonal flights of fancy that a publisher would nut voters to carry per. loa of any great power.
'. ":'R.,. Adam Clayton Powell face* arrnt If h* fix hack to Harlem to preach lISt his poution to engage ta Consider m"'eriala Into Iht booth wntten Jet alon counter r.soht-
' .In"M& church. The family that tray .In New York stays in New York. The President's seeraleg I character assassination. It I bone tJIem. with nonary powers to punish

disinclination to make the thing to have an opinion EDITOR. Sun TO Is ta The ohterTlUons set whole Yet tile me-
forth peoples.
Some MIsalsslppians think It was a mistake to release all 22 of those civil "great d< :rights killer auspects..At least one of them was double parked. spring from the enormity of academic freedoms or what tog a copy of the letter to merit mta.nJ science el the country tries
his "man Power CommtiwU study .how; that tout of eleclrkUy should drop to take advantage of the prohibition ajafnit laklig them known to tilt to Mike only the channel el com-

.harply la 10 year. It'll be no cheap that maybe even tile White House can UM My personal view Is that control of the only daily paper printed materials into UM Electiona ConUl'ultee Interim i)rmmicatioa C were epee t *
If;. t voting booth. tlwlr (.r IIiIIJppl, one could bop
ivVn Johwon hat don In a city to attempt to consideration. that the decent ettam e t
well la hu first year and an Section :
destroy hdividualpot.
JM.1J. Florida Statutes that
because state, no doubt aa *"*
Premier Cheddi Jagan claim
a he lost the British Guiana elec decent" tilt plaudits! of bCUWltr'mclL tttcauy or otfwnris which make K nnlaw- TOM ADAMS would
tion. Says his opponent did to him what h* was trying to do to them. Secretary "helming majority
1 Tit say that this h ta poor fat for any person to carry ofState I riM to execute Justice tVtnaehes. -

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r Misleading Health Plans No Bargain Fire Death Toll

By SYLVIA PORTER Urns are unaware of misrepresentations ng Better Business Bureau of- ed recent Senate subcommittee price reach. This Is why so ((2)) Beware of high-pressure Hits Tragic High ,
Financial Writer In the border Mm Ices, state and federal regula- hearings on frauds affectingthe many of our elderly fall for the"bargain" door to door salesmen who
"One of the most pitiful and health "
unscrupulous schemes to bilk mer added In an plans interview, Ladi! ,ory agencies policies with which complaintsbout be elderly: 'Buyers can be gimmicks of the use scare techniques) to push By TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS children and three adults, with
t the nation's elderly Is the slippery 'Only then do they learn tha rtthin the letter of the may law but misled as much by the omission borderline outfits.A you Into buying. I At least 66 multiple fire one fire killing six youngsters five
n' health Insurance plan offered -the doctor and hospital serv vhlch are unquestionably mis- of facts as by the delib Senate subcommittee I snow ((3)) Do not sign any contract deaths have been recorded over and two others claiming
more and more frequently ices are far more limited that eadlng. erate distortion of facts; and preparing recommendations offered by a company unknownto the nation In the last three days each.
{ by door to door salesmen they believed and that the) The complaints involve fly buyers can be presented withso for legislation that would you before you read all the with more than half the victims home Friday In: Fire Fountalntown swept a nursing Ind.,
i mass mailings and news- have been fooled about big >)- medical insurance out- many facts that truths become clarify and tighten up the I fine print and before you children. 20 elderly residents.
paper ads. The ads are skillfully savings on X-rays eyeglasses 'Its which go out of business lost. The sale of an insurance whole field of health Insurance thoroughly Investigate the exact House tires killed six and seven killing The New York fire
'j worded and grossly mis hearing aids and dental care.'' !before you can collect any benefits policy Is too serious a policies. The proposals will be benefits offered, the exact I persons at a time as cold killed Mrs.upstate Paul B. Breeden, 26,
,It leading. Quite literally the Of course reputable companies ; gangs of itinerant Insurance matter to become a battle \IfWUI Introduced early In the new costs Involved, the limitationsof weather gripped parts of the and her six children, aged 2 to
fr large print giveth and the meet the Federal Trade salesmen who operate between buyer and seller.'" ,congressional session. Regard the plan and renewal pro-'nation In advance of today's 8, in their home In Palmyra,
((1 small print taketh away." Commission's "guidelines" for primarily In "elderly citizen" The dilemma for millions of less of the fate of these proposals visions. calendar start of the winter. near Rochester
This statement, by Dr. IrvIng mail order health insurance communities and make unduly though there are rules Home furnaces were pushed to father returned -
, our elderly citizens is (4) Make sure know The 31-year-old
very you
Ladimer health fraud expert plans and qualify under all YOU can follow to protect near maximum capacity.
xtravagant claims for the business
' points real. While It Is true hat what will get and home from a
1 of the National Better Business other of today's standards for they peddle; mall order health insurance coverage has yourself when you are buying do not rely on you a salesman'sexplanation I The death toll by days: trip to Chicago an hour after the
't Bureau, flashes a major selling and advertising of Insurance plans which for a very low been growing dramatically and health insurance: of the coverage or I Sunday: At least 20 dead 14 blaze was discovered. Two adja-
t warning to our 18 million citizens and, of course, the cost promise "benefits" which children and six adults. A mothcent destroyedor
many previously "unln sur a- (1)) Beware of mail order on his comparison of your present [ homes also were
, who are over 65 today overwhelming majority of com- just aren't there when you read bles" are now insured, it is ads which promise virtually Insurance plan and the one and her six youngsters perbut the occupants escaped.
r and who are now a number panies are reputable. the fine print.In also true that for many older unlimited benefits or "c 0 m. he's selling. His word may not In one upstate New York Breeden a 8potfound welder had
;. one target for gypsters and But In recent months bitterly the words of Senator Harrison people available and adequate plete coverage" at extraordinary count for anything when you I blaze. work In Chicago and re-
quacks. disappointed buyers of shady A. Williams, who chair insurance is way out of their "bargain" raits._ make a claim. I Saturday At least 28 dead 23 turned to pick up his family'
g., "Until a_need arises, the vieSlipperette health plans have been flood- I : '1

Sales Tax I 4.J1 t>M / I PRICES

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reported.Alachua I Grand-Dad
of 1242,853 based on MARTIN'S
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sales Seagram'sVO RUM
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4r and well above the' LIGHT or DARK 8 YEAR OLD
5 November, 1963, figure of $211- $ BOND

fie 317.Other counties: )19 3 Sths n. HeaHill LANG'SCASE y '

Bradford $17,091 in November 37.95 3 5thsCALVERTS
,- 100 PROOF
$15,185 In October I

U,773| Clay -In $24,832 November In November 1963. :I GIN 16'5 3 5ths $ So $1550Guckenhelmer M

$22.318 in October $20,220 in
November 1963. I $65.95 CASE $44.95 CASE $61.95 I
Dixie $ .J41 In November,
$5,62 in October $8,277 In November
1963.Gilchrist EARLY ; GRANT'S BEEFEATER Kentucky i
BUTTON roM-Comfy stretch ( $5,781 In November ,
nylon slipper glittering with rrittHie $5,888 in October 8,960 In 8 YEAR OLD GentlemanIMPORTED
highlights' 'In both tht body 1963. I TIMES GIN
and glamorous porn. Strttchttto November 6 Yr. Old Kv, lourb. "
fit' hosiery sizes 9 to 11. Levy 017,964 In November : SCOTCH IMPORTED ENGLISH
sparkling Hand wuhiblt.colors. Choice of six $18,408 in October, $17,- KY. STR. BOURBON OLD PARR ,, 'w, Seagram'sGIN
i 2.00 907 in
Marion $203,214 In November 10 YEAR OLD 'NJOHNNIE 900BROOKS
I-L SNOB DEPT.q $180,430 In October,I ,
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81l hJJ Putnam -$74,9411 In November ? WALKERS LIQUEUR
$63,129 in October, $87; RED LABELSE99 BLEND OR IOURBON !
November 1963.
307 in I
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8 Gainesville Sun Monday December 21. 196*

I \} Boyles-Meadows Nuptials UIOIDEI1 f AflD Holiday I Mr. and Mn.Cohen-Wade Jack Cohen I II

announce the engagement of
EventsTODAY Miss Freda Lou
marriage of Miss Elizabetn -
Burnette Meadows and THE December 21 ise Wade Cohen, son of to Mr.John and Mrs.Mar Ion Myron

Bennie Shelton on Sunday Boyles afternoon was solemnized in f fftfflILY Y YRuth Christmas Community Sing Wade.

The First Methodist Church 7:30: p.m. Entrance of the The bride elect was gradu-

Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, pas- Weimer, Women's Editor University of Florida Hospital. ated from Gainesville High t
tor, assisted by Rev. William E. School, where she was a memo
Shea, officiated In the double Gainesville Bridge Club I ber of Beta Trl Hi-Y. She Is nowa
ring ceremony.The JohnsonHarrisNuptial 7:30: p.m., City Recreation student at Central Florida
bride is the daughter of Center. Junior College In Ocala. I I
Mrs. William R. Horne and the TUESDAY, December 22
late Hallie Edward Meadows, Holiday Dance I to mid- The bridegroom- elect was
and the bridegroom Is the son night, Roger Brill, Mike Hartman graduated from Gainesville
Plans ToldMiss
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Carlos l Sam Martin Frederick High School He Is serving In
Boyles. Henderson, David Smith, Stephen the U. S. Army and is now attending
Nuptial music was providedby Fouti, Lee Summerlin Advanced Food Inspec-
Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, organ- Mary Lee Johnson, Meeks Jr. of Loachapoka, and Pat O'Neal, Gainesville tion School tt Fort Sam
ist, and Miss Talka Lupklewlcz, daughter' Mr. and M fl. Ala., and Mrs. Benjamin R. Golf and Country Club. Houston, San Antonio.

soloist.] Albert Sidney Johnson Is Ogburn of Durham N. C., Date of the nuptials will be
The church was decorated In announcing plans for her both cousins of the bride Merry steppers Square announced. Miss Freda Louisa Cohen
the traditional theme of Christmas marriage to Barney HarrisJr. Dance Club, 8 pm. City
elect, and Miss Re belt a h Recreation Center.
with magnolia and cedar son of Mrs. William
trees, wreaths and greenery and Barney Harris of Prescott, Bean of Jacksonville, an- House following, Mrs. and
with accents of red. Ark., and the late Mr. Har- other cousin of the bride- Mrs. Marlon Forsman, 3429
Miss Yancey Kate Harris ris. elect, will serve as brides Newberry Road. t

served the bride as her maidof maid. At Home 5
to 7 p.m., Mr.
The will be
honor. Matron of honor was and Mrs. Charles Freeman,
Mrs. Billy R. Horne, sister In- event of Wednesday, December Best man for the bridegroom 710 SW 27th Street, Goltview. i
law of the bride, and Mrs. John 30, at 8 p.m. In the First will be his brother-in-
Trotter of Tampa, cousin of the I Methodist Church with the law Carlton A. Cummings of WEDNESDAY, December 23 4

bride, served as bride's ma I Rev. Thomas C. Mitchell, McComb, Miss. Ushers will Open House to honor D r. She'll :
tron. Bridesmaids were Mill i pastor, officiating.Mrs. include Howard B. Young, and
Mrs. Alfred Diamont of Love
Hardison and Miss Carol Dr. Burrell J. Smittle nd .
Shirley a
Jones Haverford Pa. 3
E. Ruffin organist to 7 p.m.,
Boyles, sister of the bride. and J. T. Rawlins Jr. Dr. Kenneth L. Smith.A Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Small,

groom.The attendants wore identicaldresses Mrs. Benny Shelton Boyles of Jackson, Miss., brotherinlaw reception, following the 1938 NE Seventh. BLOUSES

of red velveteen with of the bride elect, will ceremony, will be given by University City Bridge

matching--headpieces of velveteen and was flanked on either side They will be at home to friendsat present the nuptial music. the bride's parents in the Club, 7:30 p.m., UF Faculty colors Select and from fabrics hundreds ot .of styles,

and pearls. Their bouquetsof with three branch candelabra 405 NW 19th Lane, Apt. B. Miss Gay Hunter will b e Bethany Room of the Church. Club, West Newberry Road.

with white holly carnations leaves and accented berries. centered by roses and holly. Out of. town guests at the wed maid of honor. Brldesma- All friends and relativesare Gainesville Golf and Coun- LIB BYE'S

Gown Is Gift Assisting In the hospitalitieswere ding: trons will be Mrs. David W. Invited to attend. try Club, Holiday dance for
college and senior high
The bride wore sole a with wedding : Mrs. Paul'L. Hanna, Mn. Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt C. school students, S;30 ant 1 11 I NIX? TO 'L. THI4fll
dress of peau de lace ap- James W. Futch of Tampa, Mrs. Leynes, Tallahassee; Mr. and 1130' p.m., Mrs. Mitchell I Open 9 to 9
pliques of imported an Miss Patsy -
Mrs. N. Dale Jones,
original creation of Mrs. James B. C. 'Leynes of Tallahassee, Jones, Greg Jones, Lees- hostess.

L. Sanders, a close friend of Mrs. Barney C. Prevatt, Mrs. burg; Mr. and Mrs. George W. SATURDAY, December 21 S
the bride's family. The dress William J. Steele, Mrs. J. Fred Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Open House, S to 7 ,
featured a cathedral of train the train.A with. Harris, Mrs John L., Hardison, Leynes, John Leynes, Jackson- Miss Kit Macdonald, 2244 p.m.NW Ins ,..Uft. 1..tlf..1 ,...
the width
applique veil of silk Mrs Jessie] Codbold of Lake ville; Mr and Mrs. W. E. TODAY, December 21 Alpha Delta PI Sorority Fourth Place. Fine ,... Lot Gift W..ppl"
fingertip length cluster of IrIdescent City, Miss Jennie Murph r et Horne, Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. Post nuptial reception House.
Illusion fell from a and seed Mrs.' George R. Leynes of Win. Bob Grim, Miss Sheila Grim, complimenting their daughter, Supper honoring Miss Betty Open House honoring Dr.
sequins white ter: Haven, Mrs. Paul Smyior, Jacksonville Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich Wolf Hoerner, Pound and her fiance and Mrs. A. Fred Diamant of
pearls. Her flowers were and Mrs. Charles R. Couch Sr., Mrs. Mrs. Malcolm Horne, Tavares; and Mr. Hoerner of Cleveland Alvin Alsobrook, 8:30: p.m., Haverford, fa., S to 7 p.m.,
rosebuds with stephanotis John A. Leynes of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. George R: Leynes Ohio, 3 until 7 p.m., Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Grier Kirkpat- Manning Dauer, 2253 N W the shoes with
holly. She was given marr Mrs. Warren Ogletree, Mrs. Jr., Rickie Leynes, Winter and Mrs. Frederick G. Schol- trick and their two sons, Fifth Place.String.
age by her stepfather, William Lawrence L. McGlynn, Mrs. Haven; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. field, "Wlnterset," Bur n etts George and Michael Kirkpa-

R.D.Horne.Carlos Boylei served his frank C. Ridgway, Mrs. Carl Jones Jr., Arthur B. Crevasse, Lake Road in Alachua. trick 1023 SW 21st Avenue, RecitalTo C&wtdthSOFT
best Ushers were Fetner, Mrs. James E. Duel, Lakeland; Luncheon honoring Miss I Kirkwood.
ion as Mrs. Winfred Hazen, Miss JoNes Betty Pound, fiancee of Alvin Wedding of Miss Elisabeth
Charles G. Felder, James R. Mr. and Mrs. James
Sanders, Jerry L. Lynei of Love, Miss Carolyn Harms, Futch, Mrs. Mae Futch, Mr. Alsobrook, 12:30: p.m., Ann Sisler, daughterof Be Event
Mrs. Frederick Charles Barn- Mrs. Harold G e r tn.r and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hall
and George R. and Mrs; W G. Tournade Jr.,
Leynes Jacksonville III of Winter Haven. mam III, and Mrs. Qordon W. Tournade Sr., Mr. and her daughter, Miss tin da Slsler] and Thomas Duncan Of TuesdayMrs. LEATHER UPPER and sporty 'acorn": but
Floyd.. and Certner, 303 NW 22nd Rider, son of Mr. and Mrs. tons on either side of the double-fold tongue .
Breland Mr.
For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gordon ,
Street. Harold R. Rider of Garvln, Verna Nash will smart short boot It will be
presenther styling one of your
the bride's mother selected a The bride chose a black faille Mrs. John Trotter, Mr. and Mrs.
Bridesmaids honor. Iowa, S 30 First string students In their
party ,
favorites. .
p.m. an- Black&I
gold brocade dress and matching suit with winter white accessories U E. Crevasse Sr., Tampa.
Ing Miss Kay Nelson, bride- Baptist Church. Reception nual Christmas recital on Tuesday
accessories with a brown and
of white
orchid Therldegroom' a corsage Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Leynes, elect of Ronald Wiggins, 8 following at the Gainesville evening, at 7:30 p.m. In the
rosebuds from her bou.
cymbidium corsage. wedding Miss Ann Leynes, Masters Lee p.m.. Miss Ruth Krienke, Woman's Club.THURSDAY Fellowship Hall of the First
mother wore a her CN STSNfX4
quet for going away suit. R t
Miss Frances Eubanks and
royal blue brocade dress with and Lamar Leynes, Bainbridge, Decemn- 'I Presbyterian Church.
matching accessories selecting After a short wedding trip In Ga; Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Still, Miss Madalene Garrett, at Family dinner to honor Family and friends of the students
I white cymbidium orchid. the Smokey Mountains, the L. D. Still Jr., Goldsboro, N.C., the Krienke home, 410 NW Miss Betty Pound and her are invited to attend. A J4
Rotes, Holly Used couple will return to spend the and Miss Frances. Still Nor- 24th StreetTUESDAY fiance, Alvin Alsobrook, 6.30 reception will follow.
holiday, Ith their parents. folksyHoliday *. December X p.m. Co!, and Mrs. Everett .
Following the wedding, Iceptlon r.
war held in FellowshipHall iv ,i. .11 i it jn .ifiy-M; ., Luncheon feting Miss Bet. Yon, 2049 NW Seventh Students appearing as soloists k.k.ONLY $ 99
of the church. ty Pound, bride elect of Lane. will be Michael Holmes, P a t ,

The brlde'i table was overlaid Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30: p.m., FRIDAY, December M Waldo, David Roberts, Joyce
Mrs. Ralph Blodgett and I Casey, Jody Rosenberger, Robes -
with a tablecloth! of embrolde < Buffet supper following rehearsal -
ed dacron over satin The wedding Mrs. Robert Van Carpenter, l for Miss Julie Eng, Carl Home, Lesl e
cake centered the table 12:30: p.m. Gainesville Golf Cheves, daughter of Mr. and Casey, David Thorpe, Patty
and Country Club. Mrs. I. X. Cheves, and Smith, Karen Casey and Porter
Rehearsal dinner honorIng -
William N. Babcock Horne
Miss Elizabeth Anne son of
Staler and their son, Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bab- Accompanists for the recital -.;;;;;::.
Duncan Rider, > p.m., cock of Daytona Bea c h will be Mrs. Leon Roberts, Karen
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rider, Mr. and Mrs. Dave A. I Casey, Sharlan Eng, Jerry USECENTRAL
Garvln, Iowa, assisted by Warner, and Mr. and Mrs. Green Suzanne LJchter, and
Ben L. Reid of Jacksonville :Mrs. Selden Waldo.
s their son, C. William Elder CHARGE
at the Cheves home, 3 SW25th
and Mrs. Rider of Gal- StreetSATURDAY .rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrWOMEN +,
veston, Hotel Thomas.
December U !
\ WEDNESDAY, December 23 Wedding of Miss Diana
EDL1R SpecialLooking Buffet supper for out of : Kay Nelson, daughter of Mr. !WILD .1'GO
town guests and bridal party and Mrs. Otis Marland Nelson .1'
feting Miss Betty Anne and Ronald Lee Wig'gins lover
Sisler of
fiance Thomas
for a truly festive salad to serve for holiday meal Duncan Rider, 530; p.m., MacDonald, son of Johnston Mr. and Mrs. :things i
and entertaining? Mr. and Mrs. George Butler let 2
3 p.m., First Baptist
Mrs. Carrie Mae Roberts, home demonstration leader In and Mr. and Mrs. William Church. Reception followingat r Gaddum \
makes salad that has everybody H. Pierson at the Piers on the
Pasco County, a cranberry Holiday Inn.
Roberts makes and keepsit home, 1831 JiW Tenth Ave \ Interiors
asking ,for seconds. Mrs. plenty Wedding of Miss Julie i
refrigerated In glass Jars to whisk out and serve when nue. Pearl Cheves, daughter 0 f
W.U.t Ml'.4 '... $7.00 5I
r, company comes.Here' Wedding of Miss Franres Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Cheves, 0....,. sea ,... .$J.SO S
;; Gall Anderson, daughter of and William N. Babcock :
**)M ,.$1.00 *
She from her to "
picks an yard
recipe. orange Mr and Mrs. Frank N. Anderson .son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark i M.iII rfMMft 3tt
use In It. and William Sam Babcock of Daytona Beach, r pIaw ....$).J0 .
.' uel Ivey son of Mrs. Frances S p.m.. First Baptist Church : .m.4 mlrwt .IJJ.OO J
CRANBERRY SALAD TM ,l I..t., ik.lr. .$20.00
Ivey of Mount Dora, 11 Reception following In the : :

1 package unflavored gelatin 1 orange, ground a m., St. Patrick's Church. lower auditorium of the :; N... .. 21 SW 101.. Ser..eawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww:
Give cranberries _Reception following at the church. ; :
1 package cherry gelatin 1 cup ground raw
1 cup hot water 1 cup crushed pineapple
HIMmore 1 cup sugar 1 cup chopped celery
1 cup pineapple juice H cup chopped walnuts Open Until 9 p.m. Through Dec. 23 Gifts, piled high 'neoth o glittering tree .
1 lemon the happy sounds of
teaspoon juice children it's Christ-
mas. end the time for Joyous celebration with

pleasure Soften unflavored gelatin In a small amount bf water.'Dl*. loved ones. Hearty wishes for a truly happy

with the solve gelatin In hot water. Add, sugar, pineapple juke, and 'k t } Christmas.
lemon juice. Stir to dissolve sugar. Add remaining Ingredients I "

qualitycigars and chill until firm.CHRISTMAS. I: co e FROM


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Monday December 21.. 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

I This 'History' Book Is Loaded With Spice Radiation Satellite Orbits .

Cookbook," Ave becoming dull and unlnspirlted,,Descent girl with the frightening'gift I of the eccentric path
e Spice CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) 115,800 miles away from earth Because
pay and Lillt Stucky I AT TilE LIBRARYtied II this book may help you to put of predicting Letters" deaths Victor; "The Can- The Explorer 28 satellite ,before it swings back as closeas sought the satellite was to
Into !it. Scorpio (
( White Co., New ,Yerk, some spice I 300 miles at the low point of
id sing) fast paced search for !soared Into orbit today to measure make one global circuit every

I The following\ books were recently the identity of the spider In. space radiation and the Its orbit seven hours.
ere la I treasure among up with the history of ear- greedy markets of Europe. The acquired by the Library web of beautifully organ I tied threat it poses to men and machinery
Officials said It would
books! It has, actually, a ly travel and exploration Uscovery of America was' blackmail; "The Real SerendIpitous flying deep Into space. Duke Gets I
fold value. It discusses GENERAL: Kill" (Aaron Stein) hours to determine accurate
Much of The
the of windmill-
wealth of medieval merely a byproduct an un.uccessful lot-pound !
et and herbs w btc# h Arabia came [from the ; search for all-spice "The New Meaning of Tre.son" murder at a "happening" amid shaped satellite shot aloft from More Active orbital figures
spice revI-
: Rebecca West
( )- a
II under the same category trade bales of fragranci I Greenwich Village beatniks and Cape Kennedy at 4 a.m. aboarda I The newest In a long line of
Spices are so usual In our sion and continuation of thebrilliant
md tells the story of each: carried lore; "The Toff and the R un-, Delta rocket which
(geography, Its history, the train from laboriously by camel :itchens now and so plentiful! by now classic, account away Bride" (John Creasey) blazed towering brilliantly Into the ; HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Increased Explorer satellites Is to carryon
India and the is and varied on the shelves of of World War II traitors activity was scheduled
lore, back of It lands another Richard Rol\l.\ 0 n dawn darkness.The work started by Its predecessors -
to the east of Asia and :IIIr supermarkets that w e and defectors; "The Thinking adventure with P""I today for the recuperating Dukeof
of spices Is all sold starting a wonderful In probing basic scientificmysteries
e history for fabulous sums in the !sometimes lose sight of the romance !'Animal A Report on the Ra- wedding that Is the prelude flight-control center announced Windsor, who underwent ab of
K'.KKKY' and adventure that once tional and Emotional Life 0 f for black mail and multi an hour later that dominal surgery In Methodist space.
BATHROOMs L surrounded them. They still I 1 Modern Man" (Morton Hunt) ple murder. tracking Information Indicated,Hospital last Wesncsday. The Explorer experiments

sl come from strange lands b ut an accurate, up to date all three stages of the booster; The 70-year-old former British I were designed to provide the .
they come by fast freight andin exploration of mental health ABOUT CHRISTMAS had fired with precision and I most extensive Information yet
monarch has walked In
I by BORG such quantities that we are:and illness; "Your College\ "An' Old Fashioned Chr I 1st. drilled the payload Into space the already outside his room on how high-energy radiation
i rarely disappointed by a shortage 'Education-How to Pay for It" mas" (Paul Engle) a nostalgic hallway particles become trapped In the
of assistance.
of cinnamon for our cook (Sarah Splaver) an explanation account of long-ago Launch director Robert Gray, with a minimum earth's magnetic field to form
- GIFT i ies, sage or thyme for our turkey to student parent and mases, their customs O1rist-1 said that "everything seems to He sat for short periods read''the Van Allen belt and the) danger

i stuffing, or pepper for e ur counselor of how every quali- ditions; "The Light of Christ be working Just as expected. I newspapers and watched television the belt poses to men and

,e breakfast eggs. fied young person can go to mas" (F. Brentano, ed.) an Explorer 21 was aimed at a over the weekend lie continued machinery flying future fights

I After the "Spice Cookbook" college regardless of family 1 anthology of stories a play looping course Intended to take on a liquid diet. I deep Into space.Season's -_._--
IDEA I I has enthralled us with the magic income; 'Rebuilding Cities: and some poems by well-
The Effects of Displacementand
I of these subtle flavorings known authors; "Once Upon a
Relocation on Small Busi
Christmas Time" (Thyra F.
and supplied us with a k nowl-'
ness" (Basil Zimmer) an Bjorn) a warm recollection
edge of where from
With Edre Long Life they come of factors, problemsand Greeting
I and how they are grown and analysis of Christmas with Papa Mama .
costs for Individuals and
and seven brothers and sisters
harvested, It turns into a reg-
) from $599 ulation cookbook and offers us cities; "The Complete Estate in Sweden.
I Planning Guide" (Robert Vros-
1400 superb recipes featur n g termna)- advise on how to I

2 spices and herbs. build up an estate and pass it I I
/ ae : To some extent herbs are on to heirs with a minimum of It's Stocking
lL.. .,r. e.rr ,newcomers to the American table loss; "My Fight With Arthri
egalanship) sl-e j' We have used parsley and tis" (Faith Perkins) moving

Htddt (mint sage and thyme for as personal account of the auth-
.tlt CCII/Jflil/! long as there has been such a or's attempts to adjust her Stuffingy

i thing as American cooking life to the pain and problemsof I
W fREE PARKING ON TOWER LOT And housewives who had their this crippling disc a t e ;
'lawn herb "Questions and Answers en 1Ir 1r 1r I
gardens could grow I
"The Store That's Mere Than I ja greater variety. But with the Real Estate" (Robert Semen' Time!
Just A Hardware Store" I newly awakened Interest in ov) completely revised and
'French and Italian I enlarged 4th Edition; "Careersand
ALt.>1T7iFAf,1 LTTdTMx ......Lf=hTTrTULU.L_ .AM.....tTt 1.... /cookery we have begun to experiment Opportunities in Spor b"

with subtle and de (Stan Isaacs) entertaining

lightful flavors, and new and at well as Informative guide
,.. Intriguing names are appearIng for counselors; "Servicewomen -
' on the spice shelves In our and What They Do" (Karl 1
stores. Schuon) requirements,
HELPERS, we ore featuring
I regulations quarters careers
I For those cookstove adventurers and opportunities of Wo a wide assortment" of

who are willing to try men's Corps in the A r my, seasonal Item to delight
I out new Ideas this book Is a Navy, Marines Air Force and youngsters of all ages. ,

treasure house of suggestions.It Coast Reserve; "Counsell l n II Festive CANDY CANESIn
is also lavishly illustrated with Senior Citizens" (J. P. many varied sizes to

with colored sketches, delicately Brown) Intended as a guide suit any occasion. ,

I and humorously done, which for ministers, but useful to the Christmas HARD CANDY .
''hI add a final touch of charm. reader well "Who
I general as : In distinctive, de

If you find the problem of Killed Kennedy (Thorn as canters or fancy wrapping {
three meals. a day getting Buchanan) a popular and .
I wearisome and your cook 1 In g controversial book In 11 coun- Old fashioned OPERA
tries before publication here,
STICKS in delightfulfruit
theories which In
'iw.n w FSr8A and spice flavors.
Pipe Line great part differ with the c on-
elusions of the Warren Commission Special holiday assort
I Work To .

Start Soon Right to Die" (Rex Stout) fruit flayors. I IJI
an entangled murder plot,

The Best Gift of All is TAMPA (-Construction involving civil rights workersand .
on a W million, 96-mile petroleum a Negro professor of An-
I line between thropology who asks for N roWolfe's Mutual )
pipe Tampa Gainesville
HOME NEWS i and Orlando will start shortly help; "Withdraw' Thy
I after the first of the year. Foot" (Cld Ricketts Sumner) COPPB'! I t'r

those whore an unusual suspense at o r y : nbtJ{ ASSOCIATION "4L
A MOST welcome gift I James Joyce, president of about the extraordinary events BUILDING and LOAN s
away from home is a Christmas
Central Florida Pipeline Corp., that take place on a Fourth of
day subscription it will bring to this them newspaper.the news they'ren Each said completion is scheduled for July weekend In a quiet New ail w.., l j
"A Gameof
England town; Quiet
eager to read what's happening April.
tack home I As well as all the regular Bambu" (Roger Gouze)-an
pates and popular features that makeit Principal target of the line Is Interesting card game playedIn
their favorite Long after Christmas, an oil tank farm near McCoyAir a chalet In the Alps duringthe

it will be a daily reminder of your good Force Base, just south of Christmas holidays, disrupted
wishes! Orlando by the death of a mans I
The initial capacity of the line under an avalanche; "Bo dies
YOUR GIFT will be announced witha will be 10,000 barrels a day. and Spirits" (Jan Herr and
colorful Holiday card and delivery will Joel Wells, eds) thirteen(
Increased he
This can be said
start whenever you desire. Just give us I .'
of and
to 18,000 barrels a day with the stories suspense superstltutlon
: the name and address of each person background
with Catholic
and our Circulation Department will do I addition of a pumping station at to "Bodies I j
a successor
the rest. Phone or write for rates or any ,Plant City.neHli. and Souls"; "Murder at Mid

further Information you may need. night" (John BUkkburn-afU)

I snlOAKLAND er a woman's murder, the
search for Its clues and '

: Calif (AP-The) tion, dangerously I
annual Christmas pageant ol by her widower: "The mouva.1

((Jkmesuille Sim the Neighborhood Church in and the Kill" (Joan
Oakland Includes six sheep, and! murder In a ., I
artificial clouds produced by a English village, whoM o s tado)1 R,6.1jiiJ
dry-Ice process. landing' attraction In an .




When You Belong To A Citiiens Christ,"" Club

With All TheTrimming CHRISTMAS Christmas Clubbers ore the most happy and carefree of

Yuletide jhoppm. That's because most of their shopping
is already paid for Yes, Christmas gifts ore prepaid not

.F f pt \ IS ASHAPPY be
2.50- PERSON ... y.t-ta- paid.

THING. Join the happy throng. Join a Christmas Club (several plans
In Our \ '
to choose from) at the Citizens Bonk now
Steak Room lIplytl' -;. '


The rtvim"University-' Inn OP GAINESVILLE

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Gainesville Sun Monday December" 21, 1964 -

If -- ------ '. '. ., ;; I Subversive Suspects HeldMIAMI I I FREEZER LOCKER

...... a..d-! ..-. RENTALS

t wp ws s ..1 a,,o etwee (APTwo Cubans found aerial maps of U.S. milItary .,. Eugene J. Marshall Miami E!I BEEF FOR HOME
charged here with taking partin installations In the pair's head of the U.s. nascotlcs division -
a multi-million dollar international lodgings, the agent was quotedas said the narcotics ring obtained FREEZERS
narcotics ring also were saying. its main supplies of cocaine
Investigated In Honduras for Narcotics officials said the from Peru, Bolivia and FINANCINGfR
pro-Castro activities, the Hearld two, Vincente Garcia Albreau Chile.
said today.It 44, and Alberto Meurlce Estul "We are attempting to 2-53511| AVAILABLE
quoted an unidentified U.S. 35, traveled frequently to Cuba. cate these sources with eradl.1
undercover agent as saying the They were arrested at Miami operation of the South American,
two "were suspected of subversive getting off a plane from Honduras governments involved," Marshall McCALLUMWHOLESALE
activities against the U.S. on Saturday.At said. Subversion charges
working hand in hand with the the same time, New York against the U.S. will be Investigated
Havana government" They left narcotics agents rounded up he sail
before charges were filed he
other suspects they believe are I I
said. N.W. 8th Are.
Involved in a wealthy narcotics The pull of gravity Is less on I I 504
Honduran national police ring run by the Mafia. the moon than on the earth. I

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Parlmal and Madhavl Mehta of Bombay, India, alt' In a Hindu's" prayerful
position before a tiny candle which like our Christmas candle holds significance
in their observance of the Festival of Light this time of year.

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Syrma Choudhurl Is flying falls in the lunar calendar the spirit of the holiday season R i
tack to India to marry and I close to this time some years to one or more of the 30 CHRISTMASIS
bring) his bride here as a fellow I places much stress on the candle International students who 4 ,
student. I it's flame and symbol, as would prefer a little American w
Some, like one graduate student hospitality to "catching up on
does the western world with THE TIME fi
from India,.are Just look- : my sleep" every day Mrs.
the candle at Christmas.
Ing forward to "catching up on Baldwin urges that you contact '
my sleep." H you would like to extend her. TO a 0aga2a. w..w. '

But for those who would like ra.eePariK..elaKK' .OaKeete.e..K.K..eKaL iK'aRYKef KAMI4rt'eeeKKK' '
to do something for the holidays I .' Jt.. ..tw 1:
number of Gainesville '
citizens again as at Thanks i" JUST IN TIME fOR GIFT GIVING! k 1r
giving time are opening their
homes to foreign students. ,
Chester Yates, local Insurance Ji
man, has offered his Lake : if f
Hutchinson cottage to the India :
1 Club on New Years Day,
I to the Chinese Cilia a few days '. ;
{ later. .
Churches have planned pro i
grams for foreign student fam IIi R
West Last week 140 children i ttUVSONi STEREO HIGH FIDELITY ppDlO
from 20 countries were given R
a party by the Foreign Friends i
Committee of the First Methodist i9'c

Although Church.mostly preschoolers I Color65I'23 C
they proved their quick
adjustment to American tra- _
.dltlons by expecting-and tapplly *
C la u a f I
getttng-a Santa I 'I No better time fo cold-shoulder your furniture .X'"
and presents.One I a/ budget than now, and get that something you've always t I
child asked a lady IR a wanted for
r your own home. Live o little and .t '
red dress if she was Mrs. San- p C splurge. You con pay for It next year on one of Cox's :
I u Claus.Mrs. Clifford Bo y d- (123"overall*.g. lube men* 274 14 .kti picture viewing am) i : convenient credit plans. We've such o grand selection

committee The First chairman Baptist Church related.Invited (RECTANGULAR! rtoo!

international students to

a Sunday evening "L i Y Ing Hoiiocki ouertad colon ,,,,,,,, from $4.93
Nativity" program, with real I 5-M. tray tiblo Ml ?...?.., Ill
donkeys, sheep and a cow. I Traditional floor lamp ?....... ............... 12.95
Students from England, Ecuador :- :1 ( @ !b@Rno Modem pole lampt .............. .. from 1295 w
India Sweden and e Victoria* fjob lamp .... 1495 iI
France are bringing traditional I e Colonial laotea Rocker ,, I.m. 19.95
native dishes to an International JfromMOTOROLA I Colonial lemtlMtie* tablo and 1995 w
supper at the First Methodist N Solid maple volot ch.irt ...................... 19.95 <,
Church Monday evening. v r a '..o. 24"a36" fold teemed mlrrort .............. 24.9} tr
Students from countries trl! Mebioen dram table with plaatit top .. 29.95 L r i e :
which are considered "In the -. Walnut itiideat de>k ........... .............. 39,95 <
western world" find a great J wwr a hick decorated kackelef ckert ............ 19.95 '
similarity in custom at Christ- ( ,4 Italia* Provincial marble top Cabin, ......'39.95
mil time with the United i j' 1 Maple Governor Wlnthrop ink .. .. 69.95 JK7 /
States, CoL Ferris said. -
Other countries, notably thoseof : r
Asia, do not celebrate : tya !
Christmas, although the Indian I-
Festival of Light which : Ir

i Gnat Gift 'Idea

WATCH Priced from 399.95


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THIS1 t'*
THIS & Santa's Sure You'll Like OPEN

WATCH One of the Comfortable

HER FIGURE, 'TIL 9:00Monday
FROM I r-1 Recliners at Cox's


i NOT i I D Santa agrees for complete relaxation one of the ,
Th. weal wqb NOT comfortable rectifiers at Co'' is just wtwt you need.
hasp. rww.tl THIS i I 8 You'll find the widest selection in this area of Cox's.
.Knwty.0ffart er1 THIS Select from the.. nrwrty styles and colors to suit your Tuesday
1 Pte. decor. You'll find large and small ones mod. by famous

r -S BERKUNE and STRATOLOUNGER styled just and

ee..e..eee..e.e i for you. Come in tonight and select' yours.

Th whole will 41C
family enjoy
mln' DM Wilioa Belt Vibrator. MOTOROLA FM/AM RADIO reclining chain from $69 fo 169 Wednesday
They Look Better, Feel Better, .
sow to r..Ui amUl mMlarre. Mil yw...... I..
Un .
Better .
Naturally rr I E _tell...!...c.MI..KM.III luaurai line*.e mite wtaMtri s...., I
or IM-MX OHM.MM*>act

ONLY $6950 "furniture city"coxs

I 59.95 I 1001 wonderful
'tit Christmas I WILL DELIVER buys

2y i
.9 5.E. 1st Age.IL .
week 3.50 Icy Whet Service a Specialty
!y I ;+ tune misses frfl kovhff It .. .....*, per h ........ M. NO CARRYING CHARGE OM..

i Q JM U M wb.e. n't I ti ew w.91 e.e It ...... OUR 90-DAY PLAN
708 1

Phone LJ it !t.419 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-5303 .t '
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Monday, December 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11
Novice OP IMTtNTION TO nonce OP me CALL SON tlOlJunior -- --- -NOfICT -
P.IOIITIP. PICTITIOUI, NAMIPweuont WHOM IT MAY CONCH! Training, C.,,, tollcllt bids onfoUowmgt NMka' It Mmby IItIt 0.a
Being Santa Isn'tAll ft locllon, wow Plerl.o a.. heroty namled Hiof fno M- 1-VoMlnf Mochlnot, loft Drink dot....... sarp.alia, siv4. ...." 1... N ...._1."
S. nolko lo hereby |Mn trul therenned. 11'0 i "" motor vthlcle IMI Port P. w Auramotle coin _..... I vonaor-l. I" ..../_ undor .... HcllllOM
,_ P. o..00 imy ... intrnaii win ... .... nomoof
POM ot 55 o- .. lids to bo oponod t PM. 1ST It John ....._ Co., touth Mills
u L. Oebomo f ovelnoN under f N.Nw. ..N ot 10 .."". o'elocn on the Mm II, mi, conloct Iwlnoto Mn.as. Itroot
tho m
Clork of
nemo of Pronkt fJofrnjerotlon dop of Dooomfeer, loto, ot A_'.... ,,try 5. O. 5d IIM Oolnnvlllo, ploy Court of .,...... County, PlorUl*, Circuit
TOO tool Unly. Avo 0.'_."'.. Aloen Dleoounf Cortw ml N. Mom It. aolnooHio ..., for .bid tpoclrkoiloM.tm IUPIP.IOIP. '1IIIIM'COM'.V.
'Ho Ho Ho ,
County. PlorUo IMonde ft roflttorDoMd PtorMo. Tho pncoom ot tho ooio 1 5051.91 INC
said ncN/15.15 ._ will w ..
wr WeN pNid to N peymenl of Ine .
.... .-'" "....... Cal rNsains, slap' end olon. MOTcOP INTINTION TO :MSI) IHI Ml 14.11NOTICE
ol 0_".. ,....... tnll tttn s5N :..., v.MCN wSo coof : pubic.tlen .....nll PKTITIOUI NAMe 011 INT.NTION
ASM. I _..... ,.... I, > ... Pwouonf to loctlon M5.VI. ," ... Hot kianrip.
/11 aJIJ.IJ-IJ.3It1 EDITOR'S NOTE-AS encouraged him to come ell T of A,0. o nellco of MM fhefl lo thexllUKIIon FICTITIOUS NAMe
., ..
P. p. Otoerno of ... whit onoorno nolle lo |lvon ttiot tnoundonl Notlco, I. horoby ilvon, met rho ndon
elated Preti tatter decided nearer and finally coaxed him ...., L, dehorn MMroct wilt Poul C. Ails IS3 ..nod, Pronkllr P. OoMrn, delnobuMnoto 5wdNnl kutlnou M otll N. W.
It wad like to.1Ie (onto knee. We established looel ...11 lli.lH, 14 tl HllkroM 0,5,.. lo.. 0011'". '1...... cm.orhlf .S undtr tho firm homo ot ........ Sl.m Itroel olnnvlllo' ""'Id., IrMop
lee wbal it my N.. fMoncIn of ooW xohw yodkl .m w_'... of Otmonllio, ,'.., ... fkiitioui nomo o. HJPIO.IOP. RU.CLIANIII .
a department Vtore' Sasta that he was James and be was 7 CALL cow HOI Any ....,.... will oo paid k you on.VM MM .... II""' A.. ... Oolnoovlllfc" .,. mtondo to rodlttor tho oolr)
.. .
Claus Rere'f Ui report, years old. "Well. James," I SoeM *M( WIN ... .*...... by .... r.m.m/n.will romom unool.lleolo wtdor Mr hid ony conrrecl.oolenco' cho* County tlctltloul "nomo' undor htondl lilt to rHlitortold provlt- nom.Court ot with Alochuo tho CNN Coolly of, Plorldo th. Circuit pulls.
Imported battery said, "what would like Santa ..M of Control until I p-m tueedoyoocombor A$5QCIAT5s OIJCOUNT: COPPOPATIONCollocllen Nis of ... otoroMM' ........ wont t* locllon aos.. Curds tier..
By STEP ENS BROENESQ you tt. lew m rho Ofko of DNoll :i .V, W. M, IsN..ry" J',. D.... .. Own.siii.'' PItr5. Mb IS II1".
to bring for Christmas. ".. Zone Architect, UnlvonltyPnxtdo Menogor' d5Y N Nvwnbw. A. D.. INc. IM'L"' J. CUMIN
I department A ftoinoevllle Hondo. It 51ANLIN P. ,..
BALTIMORE CAPA "Cnl'loft. New H. ._ Iw INI 0110"11 1:11501: 1111-2. .11i
"A coat" said James. A sens! ond piece oil' bide' received will MNbwm.. ''''id. MOD II 30, It?, 14. |l
1 J 1 operated store Santa Claus die choice, I thought. "You like no publicly, opened end rood otaud lorfgrnltnino .1 lUll 'III
.11 looor on* morerl.n fti
'wean a $100 suit works out of IN TMt colic CP THi COUNTY
like that I said the foitowinnPPJOJICT'
makes extrava one pointing l_." ..... NOTIce TO tP.IBITOP.1 JUDOI ALACMOA COUNTY, PLOP.IOA
the weather and Toilln
I to a rack of children's clothes kot Unlvonlty' ol ."' .... 0......',,, ''N' Sal COUrT OP TH| COUNTY'mVnoiM. IN PP.OIATI, i WEGOTSOBIG
engines to gant promises for which he never )ff to the rightNo ."' ... ."."* COUNTY. 'LO"DA. IN ALPHlut III IITATI HOMIP.OP IVANi,
account. AMOUNT 0' esviewo CASH'U'' ... ,
will be called to I understand IN P.ti litiro of Dot. '
you don't OP 'IASU.U I CHICK I 0" ace.Occcv .
wa Tea All Creditor ond Portent
"' He alts on what can only be WITH IIOUW.M.Mdero sN. PArlll' ,,,,. ,
he aid, "I want It for my mother Cia or Demon Aielml told It-
thrill llboys described as a throne, admiredby She needs a coat""I'll them oeMInt lo beds O by Noll moll W.Mioiil.tmi M. ld lorArcnltect ad r. All,Crodlhjn ... p.,,,,. N..InI" t..eiVov ... oecr of yw ore hereby ....1.i
children and smiled on benignly toil b.._ lulldlnfJnlwrolly I Claim or Dem.w. AooWM" .... |. lied. ond required to proem ony clolml
see what I can do, said 151,1Yw _
Oolneivllle' Plot
by old ladies. Santa.! "Wouldn't like a bat- I. Ids If ol muted. onoulobo WHvomWee did oocn ol you ... noroby ..... you end, domondi map hov.which ooolntl'you tno or oeloto either olAloheui of
uR But the work la not without Its you ;._NN.. ."':. mail.,.aid U WI ,:. m.IS --.1'.Pohl. I. 5M h5r sly pniny 1I-- N
of i.ld County to It
County Judge otAlocNie
discovered when I .Im.y wvI i.lml .... CHARGE SO IITTIE
hazards, as I sly ww5 110.11 bo lit 511cwd.ncrwe m n.'I.UI" N County, PlorMo. ol nil office
,. .. N. PAUL' ....
sat In for two hours In a downtown loon.CIA w p.cnkaNns 0'0.15 ND. did C ,, N M too court hem of said County ot '
NN *, lone Arcnllecl' loof Myaewd a.. =:.N w Clnry, Judi. ,:: Oelnewllle. SINS. within ill, ceiondormonth rent a car from t"
emporium for the regular AgentsExecuted i Control. All work ehelt booccortfonc. N .. < '.55.50 ..ply. 01 :; tram rho lime Nh. Writ pubIteotlM -
wllh Inttructtone to 111011Conlrocl P'IwNA 11510III C. it mil, none wash till, .CONO-
+11.. .ds, ordemon.
Santa Claus. .. ,,,.nIM
Oocumontl .
Id pMwnhq Werewnich onoN to .
'.. ... M wrlllno *n. "
O dressed the Santa Na _"k"1oN, mttniciiomMoors N ... .it.,* Hot* .... piece' of neMenco, ond poll "
6 ; As I super controct document ond tormontrocl N this ..1 iXH, ? .15aM ...'" office _... N1. clolment' ..... Hull el.399z
Qd visor quoted the price of the I' "',.y bo eecvred or ovumlnoat fill'a p.Nwp In Ins pip M swan to by NN c'',,,,,,,,,, hit, ooonthrt .
MIAMi, Fla (AP) -I TVe- < me otttto ot trio lono Arcbltoct 'SS'S .d/wt 01 _Yo ond *ny ouch clelm'
I. v
costume $100 for the red vel- Iwo kM' mutt bo eubmntod In llrlctKcordenco *. cWmwl el.,,,,. !. ,,7\S, &* ......_ net M tiled. 511.11511s4" 9.., 0k ......_ At 'IndMrt"
vet suit, another $100 for the agents of the U.S. Central Intel. with one Propouri form lucompleted : h.p. ."<." (l) Merry l. ..... NO DROP CHARM
wnkrl Prepoul form will bo :aairjir:: *-._ It At edmlnlitretor ol the I.',,. olAl
.1 white whig and whiskers and igence Agency were executed ihown In mo opeclfkotlejie.IK PIAftk .._lot of the Lett Will .... TO lAIC AIRPORT

$22 for the black boots. ':y a firing squad for "crimes Certified kM' CooMor-l mgtt. bo or ecnmoenled,........-. Chock ky a, I A. SpNrIR L "Polls N 55 List WI' .... Aloneui Te.temmnt Nomer of I....., decoie Phone FR 6-3644
not against the nation's integrity or nook Drift on NotlenelSttfo I Tn/1nN NWAITII Post MbllcotlM NoliSborno1 Sotvl. eall'"
remember ony w November
"Try to you're Ir" N 'INS
and (link. mod* _.... to one Boor I N. PA115.. d.CSNd I II -.... 9, tx end tl, IH4, .1T N.W. lltk Str...
Havana Radio qaA A.
only representing the store, but stability, of Control In Hw omount of ISMM u 11 / IMU ",31, SIP, M n -- -_.-

to the children jou're the spiritof said today. ....1ud4M tlddor, will ar4 .111I not M....asrwm4l... or con Mw ca, I --
Christmas," the supervisorsaid. Other agents were sentencedto nit kid or wimdrw. tram nmpotitt ....
a prrlod" of N .... orlor iho
i I said I'd try."Don't : prison terms of one to 30 of mo '., M .... ovonIIM oonvin. / I1 REMIND YOU

I forget to give every :years, the radio sAid. It did rot will eonlroct> wllhM w5r4.d' II conocullvo to ...days llddorlll ..Nw .. .
Western\ one a balloon," he said. 'say! how many others were In- It lo Mibmlttod, onlor Into contrwirh t -
ttio Coord of Control m *
locomotiveLooks The throne was surrounded bya volved. wim ... occopiod bid ond iivooord Ktw.a.N. /h. 1Jfl
squad of anxious children and The Miami-monitored broadcast of Control eontrocl porformonrd

and impatient parents. "Ho, ho, ho," Identified the U.S. agents wrllcloitt ond p..mMwow ourotlM, utloloclory bond will to pet.M M. '
...... II Control In If. omognt olpor IGO PARKINGrr:
sounds like the I said bravely mounting the shot to death as RIcardo Ulloa conr ot .... iccoptod .... All co,.
real thingl) Whistle, r ,throne, "Merry Christmas." livera, Daniel Montero Carnaler tltlod c...... ohill fiovo ttoio Donimon.toryllomM .

Bashing lightwheels I t | At that a boy broke ranks and and Desiderio Valladares. .._... It .ottochod.......,./.Tno. 1ft lldoor m. propesa/HI'orm. ,.' WILSON'S IS OPEN 9 'Til 9 'Til Dec 24th
that clatter. Turns Tho toll ot tho bond moll M
Bandy inioa and Montero formerly
pounced on lap. "I'm were
my UKkrtod 01 port ol mo .._'. tow
around when bumped. ," he said, pre-empting my In the Cuban militia, the tl. P.posw.lads .

!Black:and red. first! question. radio said. It said Valladareswas tory to ri Iho ouiiincilloni loord ol C.mint.,.....ko,..unit looot .... '

"Watcha gonna bring me for one of the !leaders In what it -N'.nnp Control"' foMrvoo N ..." tai bid.r
Christmas?" he demanded 'called a "CIA necktie o' espionage w ail .'... w N .cc.N ass bid
OLD FASHION Nat N 'It l.dgm.t will bo N.. N,
"What would you like," I countered named the Western bo" NNI.sl N PIMNi,
FIRE ENGINE trying to gain control of Unique Front. soils:, ; :::: I

the Interview. Havana Radio said the CIA .y, J. 1 CULPIPPI' I'
Big 12-inches long, fiery "Are you really Sanla ring had been operating In PI- ICUTII/l D'IIIC'Oil' TIMELY

red! Blinking light and Claus?" he asked. "Ho, ho, ho," rn r del Rio province. 131311 1l. n I I'

smoke; plastic driver I said defensively. ""Cause you

and fireman.Comes are, how come you're askin' me i

In own what I want Didn't you get my 1 i

box.YOUR letter?" he said. I "
i It was clear this boy did not 'h

''I wish me welL I OPEN 9 9
"Santa gets so much mall
the spirit of Christmas explained -, DEC. 24th

,, "that sometimes It's t \
d. difficult to remember Just who; .

j wants what Now, why don't you "'M

,refresh Santa's memory." I I
ou'V. forgotten, accused -

and burst Into tears. I I
His mother dislodged him'' .I.. FAMOUS MAKE LADIES' > MEN'SWATCHES.

from my knee. He recapturedhis i

composure long enough to I *

MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATWbOLWORTH'S whimper, "I warms balloon." I
I During a lull, I noticed a ,1

tance. His clothes were patched

and soiled. He was alone. I :, GRUEN, HELBROS, WALTHAM Cr BENRUS.

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ORIG. 5900100.00 SALE 29. 88

; t : 'Dlsc CASI sacs, .

Merry gift idea :, J ,/ .. .Y f. : JewekyShop." "wPRECHRISTMAS

for everyone on your Christrilas..listMom. -PV'r

Dad Sister Sue.r A SALE

Brother Bob. w
.. &

: ;Your; teen-age niece Sally. IONDINEt V

j ''''''HCI'. MOST PBMININIPorfums
AuMary. Ralph. (out orm

from $5 to $32.50 Eou Oe Ondine $5
Grandma and Grandpa. Spray Mist $6 I Refill $4)

Bath Porfum Bath Soap Dusting Powder $5

Extension phones make wonderful gifts., l AND OTHER

For Cosmetics ShopMreet Floer

everyone.What NYLON TRICOT

( else that costs so little could bring them so much pleasure 1)) CHRISTMAS SPECIAL




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SALE 2.99


vvh ,. P5150 S.,. .N t.5I .,,/ONO





Southern Bell PURSE. .

Street Fe! .r ".*"
Han&ags Lingerie' Shop-2"




12 Gainesville Sun. Monday_ ,'December Jl,
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Yr.sPlRlrts AT ABC ,AND SAVE niaOttew
Grant's 8 *'
GRAND DAD Ilii! 99c -


i IMPORTEDGerman. ,49l5th
Bonded Brb.Gift Dec.. t ,XtSEAGRAM'S -:
Wins --
Hedges b Yr.srr.tty ..
|f ft CANADIAN di 1fl & Butler ooO I SAUTERNEAPORTED .M ..;jcirtCtv1.!.r.,.
; I WHISKEY REG.7.35 169 ,RESERVE ./
12 YR. 8nPFJ
SPANISH 15th "
Reg.6.75-65.88 coie
t :i!! 3 Sths = Q' HARVEY'S SHERRY BRISTOL CRIAM' .\ R.g.$.39-48:H

BONDED $"16' 95 Gh: Wrop Gift No Extro Wrap SHERRY 5.99 3 $ 50


114 SOUTH MAIN ST. .' .. "
5th Bottled at the Winery In Calif.SAUTIRNI NO IXTIACHARGI AT ABC Gift They SWEET or DRY 1./7 .Bottle

STR. KY. MouquinioYR.irBY -,.,., Imported CHARRED OAK

BOURBON Champagne French 8 'YR. STRAIGHT BOURBON I k .&


7 STAR -' $ ERN
CHARME' pell fioR SCOTCH. Mumm1PIPER Imported or GIN t' RT
4.99 REG., ,f3Ce.. Rs9 7.95 5 9 WHISKY REG. 4.6 10 YR.BEAUTIFULLY.
Rte' 4' Carton.clrr .
h eso GIFT For
,WU" DCANTER 5 fifth All
Gift Wrop. 8.65
.N.Chll lit,.,. NO CHARGE IXTRA a 99.50 CASE OF 12 item.SEAGRAM'S .

; /

3 full quarts $]Q OLD CROW 0 I VSir.IF. Brb.Bourbon Ky.. BLACKBERRY IMP BLOWN-MINIMA GLASS* 9.95 Qeert

';. FOUR ROSES' :12 Yr. HIGH
I'" .' $ 85' BLEND Imp. FromSCOTLAND OLD
I'' Straifhr( .urbanR.f
r' JIM BEAM .52J 4.8541 Case I
LU2.UEURS.r. REG. 9.00 43 71 Cat- TAYLOR i
77.50 CASE
"MONK MART n w/.r. r {
D.O.M. r STR. KY. BRB.
Liqueur" i
IItEG tW $699 .
Benedictine 5.20'
6ltIwrA> -ter sjH GIFT -
Drambuie CHARGE .....noo'..' N
100% Imp 99 PINK REG.U5:: 1 nl j
89 CASE 24 Canadian Whisky I. I
CREMI RICI REG. 3.9S 5th 99
Di .
CACAO CHERRY MENTHE R.9! 37'9: WINr.VALUI. / 5TH 12-0.. Cans 499 REG. <6< .65_47.75 CASE CATAWBA' ,,5TH. 1'GIFT..'rarlF.eD.c.nr.n i'



John Begg III Manhattan Martini BOURBONUSHER'S


::1 3 5th 1295 R. . C... Scotch Kosher_ BROWN

Cr.m. D. Menthe s. ,
REG. 5.99
Cacao nl.tt. __ 1 IIIIIHE._ BOURBON
a.ct J 5THS 14.50GIFT
Rock 'n
Rye W b
,Cherry.Sloe GinBlackbtrry $98 HALF, / OLD .4 t'Coffee

Apricot fifth GALLON; 'THOMPSONI

.3,95 : l$>" .IT GIF! WRAP .
4.50 C.... &'11" .IfJ 8V ILEND ''

REC. U- w.AP;
Liqueur 599 I,,,,
LIGHT or DARK' CRYSTAL ch.ne 1 i
4 V.V.O., 8 YR. Guckenheill1erGtlb', Syey Reyel IMP FROM WEST INDIES

Carstairs White Horse. 86 BLEND Jose Imported CARRINGTON

White Seal Blen -
TILFORDA PARK GIN : $599 50.Yr. Imported CHIANTI I
or ABC 5th ;\
.. mrittftVODKA GIFT 2.98 w.:99,J REG. 'e 4''9GRSTUIL
WRAPS DECANTER Ne Eitra CIoo... 5TH Sth 665 TIH I


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Carolina Next for ;' Gators w w.

f *

.t ,. :Pl6 It'.: 'Tar Heels Here Tonight

f : 1 :. '; I } :
I By NTS 1SSEN'sslstlnt log down rebounds at a rate Respess and sophomore Tom
Sports Editor of 17 per outing. Gauntlett.
Florida's Caters bad Miami Lewis Is right behind with Respess backed up Conning
[ and Rick Barry en their basketball about 20 points and 21 rebounds ham in both the scoring and
menu last Saturday a game. The Jumping-' rebounding departments last
night in a meal that was difficult Jack from Washington D. C. season, finishing with a 132
to digest. sparkles both In the front and point average
Tonight it will be more of backcourt and was hailed as
I the same when North Carolina the No. 1 sophomore In the nation Bright Future
II comes to town with double in pre-season polls. Gaunllett was a double fig
trouble in the forms of Billy Expected to round out the ure scorer on the freshman
e Cunningham and Bob Lewis. starting lineup will be a pairof team last year and Is billed
I The Tar Heels boast two of 6-4 players, senior Ray as a future standout
I the nation's brightest stars in Florida will counter with Its
the 1-5\ and 8 J sophomore Lewis, the pivot, Keller and Dick Tom s
both of whom shoot and re- Dick Bulktis linson at forwards and veterans
bound with the best. Brooks Henderson and
Gator forward Gary Keller Tom Baxlcy at guards.
did an exceptional defensive I Top LinemanBy Baxley and Tomllnsqn, who
Job on the high scoring'Barry hit 13 and 10 points, respective ,

holding him to 25 pointsin THE ASSOCIATED ly against Miami, lead the
the Miami fracas Barry en- Gator scorers with 13 point
Dick Butkus. the 6-fooM 250-
tered the contest with a 377 I averages.
average and his lowest output pound linebacker from Illinois Junior forward Paul Morton I
had been 27 points. who won All-America honors for who scored eight po Ants
the second straight year, was against Miami and stole the
2-2 Record named the outstanding linemanof ball from Barry on several
The 6758 loss evened Flor the 1964 college football sea occasions also Is ticketed for
ida's record at 2.2 going Into ion In the annual Associated action, along with center Bub ACTION IN HORIDA-MIAMI GAME:
tonight's final game before the Press poll today. Hoffman and guard Skip Hig- Hurricanes' Kirk Harry Hottled Up
Gator Bowl Tournament. IAP) wmpitet' N A. suet
.. Icy
North Carolina also took ..

on the chin Saturday, dropping,
a 66 61 decision to -- - - -- -
In the finals of the Virginia
Tech Invitational tournament.
I It left the Tar Heels with a a
6 3 record against top-flight I I
opposition Illinois Breaks Rules .
A Tar Heel Cast The game will bring back 1 ,
memories for St. Peters burg S t.II t.

fans with three former high 1r
These North Carolinians will be on view tonight at Florida Gym when the school stars from the west DICK COtCH
powerful Tar Heel basketball team plays Florida at 8 o'clock. Above left are coast city playing important By
Associated writer
Tom Gauntlet 6-4; Mark Mirken. right, 6.6; Inset Is Coach Dean Smith; below roles. Press Sports
left Ray Respess, 6.4; and Ian Morrison, right 6l'the latter from St. Center Jeff Ramsey and Adolph Rupp and his Ken-
Petersburr.Alabanla's:. Keller both graduates of St tucky Wildcats true believersin D..21, Iy1i I rl
Pete Dixie Hollins will start Southern hospitality -art
for the Gators opposite NorthCaroUna' gracious hosts each Decemberat
Sudden Rise I Ian Morrison the UK Invitational Basketball .
Morrison, who played for St. I Tournament. There is only
house rule for visitors toLexingtondon
Pete High is a 6-ltt guard one with lego champions belted Boston second half with an Injured]''en Bradley.
t walk off
standout for the Tar Heels 'College 115-93 and Alabama surprised wrist I' Minnesota M, routed Utah
Raising SEC'' Eyebrows Top Shooter the silverware North Carolina 6&61 In Elsewhere, No, 1 ranked'State U-69. Indiana burled Detroit -
the Baron'sdispleasure
{ The former prep All.America That may explain with his cousins .the finals of the Milwaukee and Wichita and No. 10 St. Louis, 109-19; Utah beat Callfornlo i
IV who specializes in outside today Virginia Tech Invitatlonals respectively. won Missouri Valley Conference W-74 and Providence nipped
By KELSO STURGEON their muscles again Saturday, North Carolina at Florida. shooting was the second lead- | from Illinois. Him! rompedoff games while Minnesota Indiana. Iowa 7170. The Hooalers. kites
WriterAlabama' but eighth ranked Kentucky was I The rest of the week ached Ing scorer against Alabama The once-beaten last Ill StraightA Utah Providence and Connecticut and Friars have won six
Associated Press Sports beaten 91-88 by Illinois and na ule: with 16 points. His highest with the tourney run of II straight points at remained unbeaUn straight The Ucnnns, whose 7-0
sudden rise than In basketball tionally ranked Vanderbilt hadto I Tuesday Kentucky at St total this season was 24 points Saturday night, topping Ken-|the end of the first half sparked Dave Stallworths 25 points mark tops the list of It major
has raised more coachesIn an go all out to edge Oklahoma Louis, Miami (Ohio) at Vanderbilt against powerful Indiana tucky 91-88 in the final despite a the Bruins to their fifth successive led the Wheatsluxkrrs past unbeaten, got past Fordham
eyebrow Southeastern or two among Conference State 6058.Georgia's. Clemson at Georgia and Cunningham, who was a n closing rush by the eighth- victory" after an openingloss Drake 71-40 and Randy Al- "0-67.
the Tennessee versus Florida State All America choice last sea- Wildcats It was Illinois' at Illinois. Gail Goodrich brechts two free throws with 8lxth-rsnked Duke ran ever
The Crimson Tide pulled off Georgia Tech at Athens victory left over the at Memphis. I !ion with a 26 point average,, banked first victory over Kentucky'topped UCLA with :35 points, one three seconds remaining Virginia 104-11 and St John,
back-back upsets this weekend Bulldogs with a 2 1 record, Saturday-Tulane at Sanford, is hovering around the 25 since 1943 and the first UK1T more than BC', John Austin, wrapped up the BilUkena'\ 71-73: N.Y., No. 7, outscored Notre
to win the championship of while Tennessee pushed Its record Tennessee at Far West Classic I point level this time_and haul title for a Big Ten team In nine who sat out JO rnlnutM of the dr.elaIOloVllr previously unhrat-l Dame 78-72.

the Virginia Tech Holiday Tournament to 4-0 with an easy 79-54 tries., The host club had won
at Blacksburg Va., and triumph over previously unbeaten seven of 11 previous tournaments. -
pushed its record to 51. Buffalo.In GHSToWeek' lias Problem
\[ Bradley a :
host Tech
Alabama other action Louisiana Skip Thoren 27 points
72.53 on Friday night and upset State lost to small college power and Tal Brody 23 for the IlUnl, I

North Carolina 66-61. Evansville 83 73, Miami 61.They blew a IS-poInt marginlate
If anyone checked the record whipped Florida 67-58 at Miami : ; Only in the game before Brody six Rhodes or Pro Career?
book, Alabama's sudden surge Virginia Tech crushed Mississippi and Bill McKeown
much of a surprise. The State 104-7 and.Tulane straight free throws to pull
was five of their last six lost Its fifth game in six starts,, away from an 83-83 edge. I Jy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS among the 32 college seniors 'cant uy right now what my
boys won last season, Including bowing to Southern Methodist Cag fe ActionHawthorne Bill Bradley of Princeton !is named to Rhodes Scholarships: chances are of trying to play
games Record Crowd
and 60-58 f need with a problem that would I professional basketball. Ill an
Kentucky |Sunday
victories over
The tournament drew 23300 I''aiclnate' most of the ambitious nuance my decision shortly! Just
Tennessee. Impressive Area basketball teams take a meets Dunne! | o nat fans, a record for the two-night young collegians/ the country The scholarships make them as soon as I have a chance to
Biggest Test Georgia looked quite impres- break from the rugged season 7 p.m. in the opening gameIn four team event Dayton beat whether to turn professional' eligible for two years of graduate I talk to some people."

Coach Hayden Riley, who took sive In beating Georgia Tech grind this week, with the ex the/ Class B and C division, West Virginia 7167 for third ,(>r accept s Rhodes Scholarship study at Oxford. In the history of the swards, I
over at Alabama five seasons and had some folks at Athena ceptlon of four teams psrtldpat place. The I foot-9 All.America bas- none has ever been turned |
ago, will get his biggest test ready to proclaim this the best ing hi Saturday night opening and Jacksonville P s Ion plays Three other tourney-stagers letbill player and ace of this I'm not trying to be dramatic down. The candidates for theICliulAnhlpa
next Monday night when the Bulldog five !in history. Georgia ,of the Gainesville Holiday Class Palatka in the 141 nightcap In kept the home crowd happy c cttnthranked (rountry's: victorious Olympic ," he said at his home in Crystal are carefully
Tide meets powerful Davidson used the scoring of Junmy Pitts c. the Class AA and A division : Vanderbilt edged 1 t issketball, team, was one of, City, Mo,. where he Is spendIng screened tested and Interviewed I
ia the first round of the Charlotte and Jerry Wailer and an exceptionally ., Oklahoma State 60-58 In the i ibmmodores' 1 our major collegiate athletes Christmas vacation. "1 Just .. j
Tournament. strong rebound game to Two games are on tap Saturday Four other teams get Into action : Tournament final .1

Georgia and Tennessee flexed whip the Yellow Jackets. at the GHS gym for the next Monday as the tourney at Nashville; Arizona State outran -

Pitts finished the game with week's only prep cage action. resumes play. Murray, Ky., 107M to capture )

M points, while Waller added North Marlon tests Green the Sun Devil Classic at 'C

Hull LoomsAs 21.I Cove Springs In the Monday Tempe. Aril, and Evansvllle Louisiana s .L-MOTT
killers whipped
giant i
Tonight games find Alabama u" STANOINatCIM opener at 7, and host CHS battles State 13-73 tor" the Evansvllle I
Thrcat at Richmond Tulane at Butler. AA kM.sw Ld Ocala at I:45. Holiday crown. I -

Georgia Southern at Auburn and 1.-11"' CKwaSckMNCIlW. S I ..q3ewe. The tourney will continue Larry Humes hit for 45 points (60S N.W.
I W.' L Pd I through next Wedne-day, with I ss Evansvllle, the nation's No. 1
To Record I M. C I the champions of the Cess M ,small-college club, completed a ...
Pcnsacola 0 ScDMM"i''and A bracket meeting the winner I season-opening five-game sweep TIRE SALE!
By HAL BOCK wm Maws a o e.e. of the Class B and C division ,of major opponents and won Itsounwy
Associated Press Sports Writer i Kw : : ::'1 1I for the overall champion- for the sixth time In THUROFARE

Bobby Hull, scoring goals at a Tops State _tt I 's :.n; '1,hip. i,nine yesrs. The Ares beat Iowa, 6.70. 15 750 s 14

fantastic clip, is wearing a big Maw. VW : I :: North Marlon rates the fatwile :Northwestern and Notre Dame
these days but not becauseof Clt, I before knocking off George *6.95 I 9.95
grin Cage Teams : : ::: tag in the lower division
his own scoring paceHull and UU In the L
.nN.q.s. Waihlngton
1 while tt looks like a three-way
J :
with 21 goals in M : Tube Type Block Tubeles! 4 fly Aleck
1 : si.N ogfigtst'ho the tipper graspaetwees 1 tournament.UCLA's
threatto MIAMI (AP Defending ,,.,
looms as a strong ) 1 end + defending major co-
games IY eMV. : :':1 ) GHS, Pawn Oeah. ..
HockeyLeague -
break the Class AA champion Pensacola lUY-NOW '**
record of 50 In one season High is top ranked in the sea--,l_ wo / r.e n,4 kiss
10 w.wwM) t mt line S..4 u.
that he shares with Bernie J_ lAIad ,., a 1 MTMee Kramer
school basketball
first Bright
sons high -
Goeftrlon! and Maurice Richard. we4K1 KMeWtea ., TA.1H. Slash
poll. ........ I 0011 11.75U
it never ends, says c
"I hope .. .... U./
Hull of his pace. And you might stout With all Its starters back, ',.-..w I ...-....... IIStaiiLncli.. .- For Last Place Warriors CAR 5011'.'0.14 15.25.SO 1195

say he feels the of same goals way put together Pensacola has won its first set HEATERS' 10014 15.9S. 1495. 10.7
small string
a by one of his Chicago en games and wu a narrow To FRANCISCO (AP)>-Barry Francisco trailing 101-t07.I NOW ONLY |.SO.. 17.93 15.95

Black Hawk Dennis teammates.Young Hull, who. spent- favorite! ever to Daytona the voting BeachSeabreeze by Hayes Clicks the! Kramer San Francisco, first draft Warriors choice and of.I until But Greer the teams put the/traded Tiers baskets ahead 17.95 TIRES BALANCED 99c plus weights

the first third of the National coaches and sportswriters conducted -.| somewhat of a National Basket- 113-UII. Wheel Bearings Cleaned Or Repacked 90Inatont
Horkey League season hidden! by the Herald MIAMI (AP The combination i tall Association disappointment:National" lIa.1ttkU AnlflatlllllEatlffl

his brother's shadow now : of Roger Staubach's pass 1 so far could be on the verge ef pvldoe' credit to od oil BRAKES ADJUSTED "c
seems to have won his letter. I Seabreeze, last year's ClassA \ Ing and Bob Hayes' running I helping the last-place club ef N. .. rft. 0.8. co.'. o n d depoetmintato'e
The >>,ear-old rookie scored' champion has won five ta a 1-'armed the hearts of South the! Western' Division. I Boston .._ M 7.711- courtesy cords. ALIGN FRONT END $6.95
twice ever the/ weekend while,row to Class AA competition'4 roaches as they got ready for Cincinnati M 11 M I He Down feyoMMt
brother/ Bobby clicked three 'and polled 114 votes. Pensacola 1 the! Christmas Day North-South The 6-fooM rookie from NYU I Phuaphia II W Ja .'. Me Juteiest Camber Coifer Cr TM I".
times as the Hawks stretched ''goC 120. t football game came off the bench Sunday New York I 22 M 16>4 10 Me.lks t. fey
their winning\ streak to seven Suubach of Nary, quarterbacking night when the cause appeared| Wrstrra DtvMM. PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR .
I lost I and al most brought the ALL TIRES
St Petersburg Northeast wa .
pmtt. i I the South, also wu Los Angeles W U JSt -
Each Hun hit once fa Sunday third with Ill-votes j Jbr Its $*,1 pleased with Hives' speed. The)Warriors Xm even with, the Phtla-i I Louis t'.14.m IH LIFE OF YOUR CAR |
night's .2 victory ever Boston record. folkmedbyWarnl ; a s- Florida'A aeM University frlphla Baltimore It 17 .432 6 MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR
bat it was another youngster I w..ump] ipredsfer: raW the fastest .ho- But fte Banc behind Hatrer'i Detroit ... II 21 JB IHiSasj
scored the ef bin 'I 31 saints and the rebunding -I 11 23 XI IHhtereevs
who because
Phil Esposito 1 man MAe wwM tray -
burg High.\ 7-a, Pomp** BeayfiM ,1 of Lubous JacksonJ
winning promotion goal Esposita to the, BuD a ceuta'whole fine ; Orlando*Edgewaler! 4 .. I world laytogiptot.rat..record 401-yard dash Is It oLob .. W rrtw* lU-tlt in UJ. New RmoltiCbcimaU York M BRAKES RELINED Motor Tun >up
Riviera I
Beach e. Tampa''iflab.argh :
1: played. '
coincides with the Black Hawks Hayeg'speed allows AO Amer.In game Baltimore 14, Detroit .
3.sod HoByJ
streak scored the winning goal!!wood McArthur. M.The I II Staobeck to throw "the baa less than three minutes Boston 111, It Leuls US Ports eo4 Lake iMlodoJ
fa the but tour minutes and BOW< j ts far as I can" and have"someone I renaming' today the Teen P'aJ1a. tea Loe Angeles U) : 5395. $49:
has 1J for the season. I second ten: Cotta Dey- ,eut mere to aid 1 1 sail a MOM feed. ThM Kramer gesday. .1 huh 14.95 19.95 '
In ether MIL action Sunday, [tona Mainland", Pain! Beech ]It-. *: 1 role Ie wart pbJa'phia 111, Sasj n... 11} "
Montreal edged New Turk J-J HIp, Fort LanderdaJi Stranaban. lteritkh ooid+a Fan! tlKet-! to 'too ant two nnbaaffrsframer Tesay's Cane 20.000 M.Us 10.000 MilesGdoroMfeec1 6 C)I'.. 8 cyfe. .t

and Detroit topped Toronto M.], Ptasacala Eseambia, Jacksonville ,ri ef Army and Ara PaneghlM J sfcfc two Ph.UdrljUpeases few Took at Lee AngelesTendey's Ganee.fee/ \
Demio potted his first MOj Pan. Panama Qty 1 of Notre Dame kept the end scored ail petals ee CesM Plus PortiNorth
goal Saturday .&hIla Montreal to hcford. Miami High Tampa 1 Ifarth buy en pass offense andfcfenstve 1 three quirk held goals His last JOw York ... fan Fran at
f. *. Hawks won l.2.Aso Oamborlam, Plant aa,. kicking Heal and field gloat left au ISacrsmenlo, CalL jj ''1.\\
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( ON WOOD Facts Point to Buffalo


GreetingsTo Season's I Victory Over San Diego

All! I By BOB GREEN slon failed. That made it 7-6 sparked the Raider comeback, and completions Chuck, 262, In the Oilera'

Ay Associated Press Sports Writer Buffalo and the Bills bad a 17-7 running for 120 yards In the anal victory. Hennlgat
caught eight for a season tote,
+ w The hard facts from the statistics halftime margin on a Kemp quarter against San Diego. record.

sit sheets and a quick reviewof sneak and Pete Cogolak's 12-I He accounted for 57 In the winning I of Len 101 Dawson a passed for two
IT JACK HARRIS 1" a yard field goal.
recent history would point to
drive capped In the closing touchdowns for the Chiefs who
Buffalo San Diego "This was the big one for us, I
a victory over touchdown
minutes on a 12-yard evened their season record at 7.
It is a pleasure and honor once again to extend Sea- next Saturday in the Amer. Buffalo defensive back George I pass from Tom Flores to Billy 7. The Jets' Matt Snell ran for

son's Greetings to both the Men's and Women's Bowling can Football League's title Salmes said and"We're well take over San the Cannon and Mike Mercer's winning 103 yards setting a rookie rushing -

Associations I to all and all leagues. game. hump now conversion kick. of 945 for the
sponsors t ., M J: Diego. We had this mental block mark season,
Jeanne Leland received at But it's those pesky unpredictable Boston." I George Blanda set season but the Jets still lost their sev.
about not
from a marathon, there were a few intangibles that have away beating the road.Officiate .
appropriate poem Oakland's Clem Daniels records for pass attempts, MS, I enth straight on
friend Mrs. Gertie Chamber. sore thumbs and finger. Darrell of turning things around -

whom she met while living b Rohn and Shufard Cagle suffered and make It Impossible to answer -

Lexington, Ky. The Chamber! the most with badly ten these questions until Saturday

presently reside in Seattle thumbs. afternoon in Buffalo: Calls Outcome

Wash.It Winners were 1st place Will Buffalo'a momentum, I

goes like this: Barry Blebel 2IH for J200; plus the lift of the Eastern Divlslon .

rWai The Night Before 2nd place Joe Sommese2100 4 ; .J'i' clinching 24-14 decisionover Miss'
Christmas\ for $100; 3rd place Jim Trog- Boston Sunday be enoughto Upset Ole Vaughl

By Gertie Chambers don 2075 for $50; Mel, the carry the Bills to their firs

Twos the night before joker, Milberg bad high set of title in the five-year history of
Christmas, when sQ through 064! out of the money for $25: the league? I HOUSTON Tex. (AP)) Jer-University graduate and long a In his Monday column, Hous.
Ray Davis and Parren Canon ry Rhome and an unexpectedly favorite among Texas footbal ton Post Sports Editor Mickey
land championSan
the had out of the Or will defending tough Tulsa defense exploded fans, initially was upset by two HerskowIU described the Blue.
1 high money
games .
Not a .bowler was sleeping (AP wirwMe N N> SMI) Diego be able to shake off
and will receive free entries Mississippi's favored spot In the late fourth-quarter rulings by bonnet Bowl a perfect one except
they aD bad a pia. BOSTON'S GRAHAM STOPPED AFTER RECEPTION the disturbing effect of two
for Ole Miss
in the next tournament.How Bluebonnet BowL '-1 the officials manners.
Bowling bags were hang by Buffalo's) Day (88), Stratton (58) Make Tackle straight losses, including a 21-20 But the 14-7 Tulsa victory led Then he apparently was Ired "(At Mississippi) football Is
with great care,
their beds the hands of Oakland
thought of making to give bowling hints and upset at to some sharp criticism of the at having lost the game, the played for blood and money,
As they
that strike and that spare. bowl i lit set Its not easy. and nail down a second straighttitle Ole Miss Rebels. eighth consecutive bowl game and they don't let you forget It."

They busily thought of the My only excuse was giving others Liberty Bowl ? While the passing whiz wipedout for the Rebels.He Herskowitz wrote.

I balls they bad rolled so much In their bowling, !I Hard Facts Mississippi which had kept a group of impatient "Ole Miss came to Houston

i And groaned about mimes overlooked to practice what 1 I San Diego Coach Sid Oilman 1 been an 11-point favorite Rebel sports writers waiting In 39-de- aware that it had Just two obligations

they made when they bowled. preached. But remember this: tends to discount the Intangible Coach Johnny Vaught' pos!- gree cold for a half-hour after to the Bluebonnet Bowl.

While visions of "Turkeys"d Don't do as I do, do as I say. Weather Nice and stick to hard facts. game actions tred sports writ- the game. They had to wait until To have 11 bodies on the field at

a a e. d In their heads, "We played Buffalo two times I ers.Vaught all the players had filed out 2:30 Saturday and to send some.
BOWLERS NOTES AND ANTICS a Texas Christian the door.
They added dream scores and they beat us two times,' 'he one ar.und after the game to
tossed In their : The First Annual Cafnes- the cashier's window to pick
while they I aid after Sunday's unpleasant up
beds. yule Bowling Associations AJBC On the InsideATLANTIC Oakland. "In the their check."
surprise by Even Can't
the Star
And daddy In his night shirt, Singles and Doubles will be held first game we didn't have any of Play Mississippi had given Tulsa's
and The doubles
Saturday Sunlay.
them her cap our big guns and took a load national pass champion Rhome
Had jail settled down for a on Saturday and the sin- CITY N.J. (API) come," he promised. beaUn,. The second time we With His Beatle Haircut a rough time In the early stages

long winter's nap. glee; on Sunday at 2 p.m. Planto The Liberty Bowl Is here be. Dudley had hoped for a crowdof had them all, but we lost because he was thrown for losses
When out on the lanes there attend. These youngsters cause it got too cold there. eight times but he scored the
rose rack a clatter, would enjoy your support They "Here" Is this south Jersey 7,000-0,000 but only 6,051 we gave the game awayWe'll MIAMI (AP) A boy can't two disappeared Into the training tying touchdown In the second

( As Imaginary pins began to also need scorekeepers.Joe coastal resort, scene of Satur.day' showed up. Lack of a local television try to contain Cookie how. play basketball with a Beatle room. Mike emerged with a quarter and won the game witha
blackout helped hold Gllchrlst the best we know haircut, even If he Is the star head one spectator describedas
sixth annual Liberty 35-yard pass to Fletcher
and to splatter. "
fly has announced
Quattro down the with U we don't, they'll beat us. "
attendance along
Momma bad flown to her Bowl, college football's first Indoor player. a "disaster area. in the third period.
from Dec. 20 to the 31st that the drain put on the city's pub Buffalo won both regularseason _
elream.1a a flash, be three bowl game."There" That's what the coach said. should without -
open bowling games licity fund by the Democratic meetings between the two "We have won
She threw out her arms with a for $1 or the standard 50 cents is or rather was National Convention in August contenders, 30-3 and 2724. Buffalo The coach also said his responsibility him," said Alhelm "But with! Earl C. May 1

wide-arcing slash. per single game. 'hiladelphla, where the bowl 1 Utah Coach called has a 12-2 record, San Diego is "to teach a boy more him It would have been a Repreeenriitf
Ray Nagel
The ball la her dreams sped Irene has spent Its first five years and no than basketball" that'breeze"
I Kirby won a new the playing conditions "fantastic. >>1. Namely I The Equitable. Lift Assurance
down the line bowling ball. matter how hot the action was In addition to the key "they should look and conduct Society of me United States
At It reached the pins, It I Our condolences to Glenn on the field things were always The field was regulation games DI. themselves as gentlemen not If Mike goes to the barber Name Office New York, N.Y.
booked Just fine. Rankin who Is In Alachua General old, cold, cold. i size, except for the end zones, Involving Buffalo and Beatles. Alheim said he'll play 1 this FR 2.3576 :
the other regular-season
When what to her wonder It was cold In Atlantic City, which were barely seven yards ego week.
fag should appear I Hospital. too 31 degrees, to be precise deep Instead of the normal 10. finals saw Kansas City clip New As a result high scorer Mike
Margie Haltlnwanger, secre- The sod turf couldn't be 24-T and Houston beat
York Chase benched
But a beautiful hit that but It was a comfortable M grassy was looking
tary at Palm Lanes celebratedher
made cheer. Inside cavernous Convention stretched any further because of Denver 3415. like Ringo Starr and the good

All ten everyone of the pins flew up birthday this past week. Hall as Utah thrashed West Virginia a stage at one end and a balcony Jack Kemp was the prime Miami Dade Junior College
I Alas! Don Crist the
seen on
the 324. at the other. The short end mover for the Bills against the team lost to Chlpola Jonlor College
la air
lanes sharpening his bowling
And when the dust settled form for a come back 'Artistically' everything was zones had no effect on the play. Patriots as a swirling snowstorm 67-63.

the alley was bare ance. appear, perfect," said promoter A. F. Utah settled the game early and Boston's line contained You have to give Mike Let Beneficial putCASH "k
I some
Bud "And 1M! halftime lead the rush of Gllchrlst and
Without doubt la Ike ( ) Dudley. we came running up a
The restaurant Is under new credit A few minutes before
e nest frame out all right financially, too, and coasting in from there. The Wray Carlton. I I'
f" very management by Mr and Mrs the game he said he remem-
tanks to television and Redskin line opened huge holes '
All the fins fell with almost Harry Coleman. They would a group Scoring PansKemp bered coach Bill Alhelm warned

no pain. like for you to try their good of private individuals who underwrote in West Virginia's porous de- opened with a 57-yard him to cut his hair If he wanted' in your pocket today

A strike In the third, the. food. The waitresses assisting the game for $23,000. tenses and Utah's own defense, scoring pass to Elbert Dubeni- to play. 'I a.
Next Year"We'll one of the best In the nation,
fourth, and the fifth the Colemans are Faye P 0 n s on and sneaked across for the Mike drafted teammate Rog-
here next and throttled the Mountaineers at
And again a repeat la the and Betty Tetstone. 1 I go year other two himself after setting er Serlo as barber grabbed a
sixth. I hope, for many years to almost every turn._ Get Itt to enJoy the holiday.Get the cull you wont now for.hop.
thrilling The Little Pigs of America -. them with passes. pair of tape scissors and the ping, for "
-- up paying bill., for
any food Just
seventh reiion. phone BontflclilIT.
of the ,
To the top bowling team In the UCWL hata Boston's lone chance to get the money and
?it lf.way w.ltlnl-.nd find out whet
and on to the eighth sponsor to be envied. T h elr back into the frosty game cameIn SW&.rvlce lot Why not call Beneficial! for JOur coat
The lady was bowling the sponsor Mr and Mrs. Bill o the first period when a Babe Kyle First / f.mlll'l do loch year.BENEFICIAL,

ninth on her faith. Thomas. attend the teams bowl) MiI1MUJiWEAST ) Parilll pass to Tony Romeo

As dry leaves that before Ing every Wednesday night : went 37 yards for a touchdown At ironwood

the wild hurricane fly, They not only act as moral I .. but a two-point try for conver- 19'4 FINANCE; SVSTEM
When they meet with an obstacle boosters, but they keep the Championship Walter Kyle captured first I S14

mount to the sky. team supplied with energy (refreshments St. John's 71, Notre Dame 72 UCLA 115 Boston Coll. 93 place In a Peoria System tournament loins up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
as *
The pins went a-flylng ). Connecticut 70, Fordham 67 Sunday at Ironwood Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville!!

they bad before, I am still plugging the Mixed Villanova 70, Niagara 45 Third Place Golf Club. Joe O'Rourke finished 30J N. MAIN ST. Opp.Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE

The lady was bowling a Doubles Championship January LaSalle 78, Penn 64 Marquette 62, Wisconsin 61 American football League second and Bus Boxwellwas Phone: 376.2676 Ask for the YES MANager

fantastic score. 23 and 24. The sanctions have Army It, Manhattan 62 FINAL STANDINGS third. OPEN mNiNos SY amxtmuw.. PHONI m HOUR.

And now the tenth frame been received from the ABC Colo. State U. 66, St. Vona. $1 Kentucky Invitational Eastern Division I. Dave Philo Jr. fired a 32 to 1954, lENtFICIAl FINANCt CO.

loomed np ahead and WIBC. Men it Is your placeto Pittsburgh 65, Bucknell 59 Championship break the nine hole course
All was quiet-not a word ask the ladies to bowl so Duquesne 80, Seattle 71 Illinois 91, Kentucky 86 WLTPctPU.OP record he already held. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL NOON

said.The tart asking. Ladles It Is your Co'gate' 87, DePauw 81 Buffalo 12 2 0 .857400 242 --
tense atmosphere was place to ask me to bowl with Third Place Boston 10 3 1 .769 365 2S71

so thkk that It hung, you, first come first serve. Nursery SOUTH Dayton 71, W. Virginia 67 New York S 8 1 .365 Z78 315

Around all the bowlers, the will be open. Duke 104, Virginia tl Houston 410 0 .286 310355 FURNITUREand
I Davidson 87, Ohio State 61 Vanderbilt Invitation
old and the young. The King of the Hills, Frank I
( Louisville 70, DePaul 69 Western Division
went back Championship
Our lady's Palka and Joe Sommese defended
79 Georgia Tech 66 Oklahoma St. St W L T Pct Pts. OP
Georgia Vanderbilt 60, mm
as the ball sped away, their crown by defeating Joe I1ICE
Into the pocket and what a Balogh and Jim Trogdon. Miami Fla. 61. Florida 33 Third Place San Diego 1 5 1 .813 341 300
Tennessee 71, Buffalo 54 Kansas City 7 7 0 .500 364 308

pin All spray the watchers were thrilled Kansas 63. Maryland 61 (ot) Florida St. 82, Bayor 64 Oakland 372 .417 303 350 EQUIPMENTCLEARANCE

and amazed High Scores MIDWEST Tech Invitational Denver :211 1 .154240 438
Wichita 71, Drake 60 Sunday's Remits
As the pins fell, away, as
they were dazed. High scores: Frank Palka and Minnesota 18, Utah State 69 Championship Buffalo 24, Boston 14
Blebel Louis 71 73 Alabama 66, N. Carolina 61 34 Denver 13
Two roll more they shouted Barry whatshlsname St. Bradley Houston ,
and thundered paced the men bowlers with a Indiana 108, Detroit 89 Third Place Kansas City 14, New York 7

And we'll see a lady that S31 set Jim Trogdon, Wises Providence 71, Iowa 70 Virginia Tech 104, Miss. St. 75 Oakland 21, San Diego 20 I

baa bowled a three hundred. Drug Store, followed with a 130; Purdue 86, Wake Forest 13 Next Saturday's Game

The very next ball made It Harry Williams had a 113; Tulsa 10, Memphis State 13 Sun Devil Classic San Diego at Buffalo Everything MUST
a possible feat Bruce Purdy rolled a 599; Ray Crelghton 12, Northwestern 70 ChampionshipArizona All At Huge Savings-

For like all the others It was Dollar of Pepper Printing had a Cincinnati 14, Centenary 74 St. 107 Murray 96 Wonderful Christmas -
577 Al Morris had 969 Shu- Slate 19 gifts -
; a ; Butler 90, Michigan
a repeat had all fallen, eleven fard Cagle, Gold Coast Restaurant Chgo. Loyola 73 N D. State 57 Third Place All fully guaranteed RECONDITIONEDPORTABLE
The pins : I
J6J Thomas Wash'n St. 67, Tex. Western 63Evanulll } : &
strikes In a row a ; Harvey ; Toledo U, Citadel 71 Cleaned and Serviced

As our lady slept on, her Dave Sayre a S65. I' SOUTHWESTTells

cheeks all aglow.At Joyce Ward led the Distaffs Tech 62. Nebraska 71 *

she dreamt of the score with a 590 series. Belts Sprow, Houston 70, Colorado It Championship' ELECTRIC AND MANUAL TYPEWRITERSRemington

that no one could top, had a 575; Liz Elleman. a 574; S. Methodist 80, Tulane St Evansville 93, Louisiana St. 73

The lanes were so quiet you Pat Dees Gold Coast Restau- Arizona IS, Hayward St. 44 third Place CHECK WRITERS Clean'

could hear a pin drop. ant, smashed the wood for a FAR WEST Ceo. Wash. 80, Denver 71 Demonstrators & Royal
She readied her ball look 582; Phyllis Brown a 532; Nor. San Francisco 93, Hawaii 72 Rtntolt Smith-Corona and

careful aim ma Simpson 511; Gwen Delaney Utah 99, California 74 F & E, TO DDS, SAFEGUARD Like

This roll, yes know, could had a SIS; Phyllis Wright a Oregon State 11, Stanford 60 I The year 1949 saw the largestwin The holidays are here andnow' PAYMASTER From Underwood

mean a perfect game! $lSj; Marlon Neialdn a 507; Jerry Washington 71, Kan. SI 62 of National Football League I Fosse New
1 Stuart 501 Lee Green champions over College All- the time to get your
Her hubby !beside her unaware a
of her plight. a 501. TOURNAMENTS Stars, 38 to 0, with Philadelphia brakes checked and put $15 $3950Some
Turned oa his side as be Liz Elleman; South Atlantic Milwaukee Classic j winning.
In the sight OUt led the Triple Tumblers Into top shop for safer FROM CASE
He didn't know the barm bo 1 League with a 574. Lee Green driving. Come to our shop Just Like New TO 49.50
would bring. had a SOU Mrs. Elleman bad

When his arm hit hers and high game of 235. Betty Forest I and let our skilled mechanics "A Perfect Christmas Gift"NEW

of Ace Electric was next high MOIre I
broke For not up her a word. .In".could any. with IH.South do the job thol'sI ADDING MACHINES

... otter Atlantic had high team needed for your car. now! LIKE NEWPRICED

As the baa rolled harmlessly tame and series of 541 and 1402 Just toll how much M Electric
ut .
bio the !'lIter. especllvely. Ace Electric hada you need to ply old I. =win.cow. =-' Notiona.wl wl.ntt. Renain9fon FILINGCABINETS
The dream was shatteredthe -* SOS game and 1350 set. bun. for horn* Improvement I C U..4erwoo4. .UtrOUhl
cr rt- HIS 00 $II 00 t1a00 moo SAVE HUE ,
perfect game, too. pain, for all your es .....It G.e ee- I OdMIt iJ-
Whe was the lady It could PROPANELP. season., '. 26'00 1600 53700 3100 Sf....... ,... '_to
have been jros. Phone for prompt, :moo 20.00 10000 34)1 w.... Pmp.. el.r.h o,...,
courteous service. r.r --...-- .... lases.1jiI1. L I FROM $2950
2 and 4 drawer
Successful GAS I LOANS UP TO $400FAMILY _

I Prices Good Thru Christmas

norm THAN Priced $'Q95
"Congratulations and may taper! Repair to Sell
the best participant cmrge triumphant NATURAL OAS Service ONLY ./

," were the words Cook (r Heat Woter Ahre" Av.hbfe; STARTING AT

Joe Quattro prior to I - --
spoken by FINANCE SUVICt INC. 7 eL'r ,IOIt/S1'IIIIlltT ,
the Boomerang Marathon Sin Lew COlt lJNIVERSiTY
gles. I .f Gelneavllle EQUIPMENTlNOCI

The tournament was a huge FR 6-5110 21 I First Street .fR 6.4661r .L 1 2727 N.W. 6th St. COMPANY Phone 3722105

success. After the 10 e_ game i.l r., .--e A..r e-It41

1 I



4 Monday, December 21, 1964 Gaintivill; Sun U 1

1 t BUSINESS MARKET Taxpayer I I '

..Ip 1 REVIEW v R170RT =I AmendedJACKSONVILLE Suit Is I I / SEE By


'amendment was accepted todayto
Two Collective '
Bargaining Rulings a taxpayers' suit seeking 1 i i
blanket reassessment of Duval "

HOSPITAL and Mrs. Bernard F, Smith, Leanna Burgin Mr Pedro
County property, making the Increases son, 1

Regiment Still Further apply to 1965 taxes if December IS, 19(4ADMITTFD Waldo, Fla., a boy.ADMITTED. Ojenarte, Mrs. Nancy Strick \
Management 'the suit is successful : : land, Ozella Williams, Henry

Assessor Ralph N. Walter tes- Yvonne Gordon Nancy J. L. Johnson, Mr Wayne Clance,
Mis Wanda Jane Mourant.
3J>u tfork {ZFtotra nation, was somewhat balancedby art, joined by Justice Harlan and conditions of employment"']tifjed last week his current program Mrs. Anna B. Surface, Stephen Strickland Anne P. Newcomb, Mrs. Lillian H. Sanderfer, Mrs.
Leanna M Porter A.
of reappraisal wouldn't be Burgin, Daisy Dampier, Mrs. Emma L
and Douglas "The Court'sopinion the National Labor Relations Charles Forbes MM Ce-
n Mary
By KROCK concurring opinion of
finished before the 1966 roll. Fleming, Sheiks Van Hein I Martin, Frederick Kelsey,
radiates Implicationsof Act All members of the Su- cil !lair Pedro S. t
Two decIsions
three Court
: Supreme justices ; Circuit Judge William L. Dun Ken, Otis Thomas, Blair I T
such disturbing breadth that Court that It was, Rev. William Miles Kenneth POLICE
have extended and further Fibreboard. Its to preme
purpose was den accepted the amendment as Hathaway, John H. Gay, all ol
confused the management by I am persuaded to file tlils". "on the facts of this particular I Johnson, Miss Lucy M u I ton.frs. Accident Roundup
limit the thrust of that decisionto the trial went into Its second Gainesville; Paula J. Smith I ,
government of the managementof statement of my own views ,case." These facts were that week. \ Virginia Seykora, Mrs. Waldo, Fla;, Gertrude Whit-: Involved in accidents reported -

private enterprise in the last the circumstances of the particular The issue posed and decidedin the independent subcontrac tor I Defense attorneys for Walter Allie Leichardt, Mrs. Evelyn tlngton, Hawthorne Lens I by Gainesville Police and
case That the three hired to do the work Browning, Madelino Winsor all the Alachua
week. One decision was final Fibreboard was whether the was protested saying the amend- Crabtree, Wllllston County S II erlff's
justices do this as the union was doing, at a of Gainesville. Office during the 48 hours
-by the Supreme Court In the were Impelled to company's action in sub ment of the complaint at this DISCHARGED past :
so-called Fibreboard Case. The by the propensity of Chief Jus- contracting its maintenance I saving, but under the same stage of the hearing would affect BIRTHS: : Donald George Zausch, 103
other conditions of employment, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard R Judith Blalock and baby boy,, SE 50th St., and Elmer
affecting the General tice Warren, who wrote the work in Its Emeryville, Calif., the case against the defendant Rainey
Electric Company, Is on appealto opinion for the Court, to employ plant without consulting I the within the same plant I lurdy, Ull SH 23 Ave., agirl Wm. Lee Coates May Etta I DiiRgar, Rt. 4 Box 150-B, at
The issue in tbi General ; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R [Shaw, Paul R Elliott Lila S,, 12:SI Sunday NW 13th
the high court from the National language that invites the plant union concerned w a s "a I The suit also asks the judgeto p.m. ,
Labor Relations Board. most extreme interpretations subject of (prior) mandatory Electric case was whether an void the 1964 tax roll, which Mourant, 1507 NW 10th St., Still, Isabella Capart, Hubert L,. St. and 23rd Blvd. d

The pro-labor weighting of was obvious In the following collective bargaining within employer, In the course of collective the plaintiffs said was basically a girl, Mr. and Mrs W E. Thomas, Ruth McGuire, Dorothy -. Ella W Spell, :3333 NW 5th

these rulings, taken in combi comment by Justice Stew- the statutory phrase 'terms bargaining with a union, the same as ever year's roil Browning, 3177 N.W. 9th St., a Hutton and baby girl, Kenneth St, and hit and run driver,
violates his legal obligation to girl; Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Klnchen. Gerald W i II h R 110: p.m, Saturday, NW 6th
"bargain in good faith" by activities since 1941-the last time Duval Cecil, 606 NW. 36lli Av*., a James E. Belter, Robert L. St and :33rd Ave

I STOCK Late Morning described as follows by had a major reassessment program girL Curran, Mrs Bertha Russell,, Ashley G. Purvis, Commercial {

FLASHESNEW I I the NLRB In its ruling. he Mrs Yarda Newbugg, Don I Hotel, and Bryan W Jones,
announced that .
Durden D1SCII
11IAIIK T N. Y. \RGES: Liles Ellen Oliver Chi rlotte
Listing against G.E. Mounting a pub- roll Invalid I 2239 SE 4.1rd Terre, 3:12: p.m,
Allls Chal 20Vi Gulf Oil SDH licity campaign among his might find the 1964 tax Joyce Lawson and baby boy, Dunn, M. G. Joiner, Beanie I Saturday 100 NW 8th Ave.

YORK (AP-The) stock ages with a 2-point gain. Alcoa 61 ft Hon'well 634 employes before and during i as a matter of principlebut Edward Eustls, Ernest Matched Mae McClcnton, Mrs. Anna I Paul A. Mattox, 1328: NW 6lh

market continued its rally into Comsat continued Its sharp I Am Air 45- lot Hare 77% bargaining to "disparage a n ddiscredit" still let It stand as a 80 prac.tial Charlotte Ann Hudson Surgace St., and Lewis B, Nelson, Rt.
the fourth straight retreat another matter since per and baby buy, Mrs. Jennifer GENERAL HOSPITAL
early ,
session losing point Am Can 42% Int Nick S3H the union representatives I Box 59 Archer, 143: p.m.
this afternoon. Trading was ac-|following an advisory service Am Cyan 64 Int Pap 33Vi with their members;' to cent of the 1964. taxes are Harling and baby boy, Mrs. December M, 1964 {Saturday, 3-tiw W University 1

tive.The recommendation that It be sold Am Mot 14H Jones&L 7014 generate union pressure on Its re 'dy collected.The in the suit Is Vera Mae Robinson, Frances BIRTIIS: Ave. Mrs. Sherry Mattox, 19,
Improvement was fairly The Associated Press average AT&T 67% Ken'cott 93 representative "to submit to the point the R. Snider, Mrs. Sataura Ing Dr. and Mrs Thomas New. was treated for minor Injuries

broad, there being some excep- of 60 stocks at noon was up Am Tob 32% Loch'd 37 will of the employer" by persuading a request for definition of ram, Mrs. Miriam Stewart. comb, 417S NW 12th Ave., i, Alachua General Hospital

tions, among them steels, to- 1.1 at 324.7 with industrials up Ampx Cp 1SV4 Lorlllard 41% them that he, not the 1963 state law requiring In"justvaluation" the Mrs. Clarets Crownover, Mrs. son; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton I l Clark W, Johns, 403 NW 10th
baccos and nonferrous metals. 16, rails up .7 and utilities .9 Anaconda 54 Mag'vox :31 union, was their "true protec- of property tna Milcll, Mrs. Emma Lou Gornto, Panama City, a dough, St., and Lester D. Smith I t ,

An upward trend prevailed The Dow Jones Industrial av- Armour S5 MM&M S8V4 tor" state. Duval Frashier, Mrs. Raba Sheffield ter 4ROt SE 1st Ave., 7:30: pm.
Plaintiffs said assessments -
motors, chemicals, rails Board the finding Mrs. Doris Adams, Mrs. The St. and University
among erage at noon was up 1.72 at Babcock 35 Mohasco IS The accepted an of 42 ADMITTED': Sunday, Main
are average per
airlines, building materials examiner that this resa Brady, Mr. Richard Gray, Ave.Charles.
870.45. Beth Stl :35V4 Mons'to 88 an cent of market value and they Mrs Amelia Cohens, Mr
electrical equipments, aer- Prices were generally higheron Boeing 71 Mont Wd 39 Vi was the company's purpose: seek to force a raise to full Mrs Rachel Mae Anderson. Kenneth S. McMullen, Mrs. Barbara ., Donald Cmkln, D2J
ospace Issues, utilities and!' the American Stock Ex- Borden 11U Nat Dair 81 hence it was an "unfair laboraet" market value. Mrs Lanie Stanley, !Mrs Fre- Schrader, Kenneth Scott NW 12th Ave. and David F.Sayr .

drugs. 'change. Brunswk 8't Nat Dlst 26 as envisaged by the national The case could become a Ida McCormick, Rodger Sutton McGee, Suzanne Fay Melt on, *. 1029 NE 1th Ave., S.34

General Motors was up a full Cater Tr 42% N. Am Av 55% labor laws; also an instance precedent for other counties Mary Lee Jeffcoat, Dreg Mr William Swllley, Mrs. Lucy: pm, Sunday 1600 W, University '
point while Chrysler and Ford Corporate bonds were Celanese 75 Penney 64% of not bargaining in the ory Brown, Barbara S" e 1I- Walker, all of Gainesville; Mrs Ave,

added fractions. light trading. U.S. government Chrysler 63V4 Pa RR 38 S "good faith" these I a w. re- grove. Patricia Gornto, Panama City, Fire Call

DuPont bolstered the aver bonds drifted lower. Coca Col 140 Pep Cola 62 quire. The company has appealed Report Car GENERAL! HOSPITAL Mrs Susan D. Nlelaon, Kalamazoo At 7.59 p.m. Sunday, stopped
the finding to the federal December It, 1M4 up flue at 300 NW 3Uh Dr.
Com Ed 53H Phlll Pet 53V Theft Attack Mich.; Daisy L Dun
Con Edis 94% RCA 32% courts on these grounds: BIRTHS can, Stark; Susan Carol I 1 I At 11:52: p.m, Saturday, reported -

Ike Criticizes Cont Can SOIRep Stl 42% It abridges the constitutional On Merchant Mr and Mrs. Wm Gordon, Hitchcock, AlachuaDISCIURGU. flooded heater, residentat
222 NW 20th Ave., a boy Mr. Ideal Trailer Park Waldo
Dow Che 76'Revlon! 44% guarantee of free speech, and ; )! ,

I DuPont 231 Rey Tob 39% the guarantee of the same in I Mrs Charles C. Burro u g h s, and Mrs. Jan Van Hclnlngrn, Mrs Betty J. Peters and I Road.
collective bargaining by the 250 R. Flavet Ill, a girl; Mr. At 11:18: pm. Saturday false
EAL 48 St Reg P 31% 1919 SE 49th Dr reported to son, Mrs. Alavlene Katalf and I
FDR Statement E.Kodak 136% Seaboard 46'/ Tart.Hartley Act The Board ,Gainesville Police?Sunday after son, Mrs Betty Coleman and I alarm. at NW Bin Ave, and HhSt

Firestone 43 Sears 130% assumed "powers specifically noon her 1964 Chcvelle station
Pills Gh
Fla Pw 46% Sinclair 56% denied" to It by a landm ark wagon was stolen from the Ala- 'eilDeath

WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. Eisenhower said, was It seemedto FlaP&L 76 Socony JO Supreme Court decision. The effect chua General Hospital parking SpecieKiser's I OfferOM
of the If sustained
ruling I
Dwight D. Eisenhower says be directed against the German Ford 55% Sperry R Wt ,
President Franklin D. Roose- people Instead of the German Frmst Da 13V. StO NJ 09% will be to compel managementto lot.Her tag number Is 1147.
Frept Sul 45U Studebak 6'% conceal from union I members -
velt's unconditional surrender warlords. In other incidents
Frueh Tr 30%! Texaco J8V4 "bad and Intemper It.
World War II Clarence O'Steen reported Senleiiec
policy In was a "Germany was defeated after
and actions their bargaining
speech by
Gen 37 Thlokol 12y6Gen
mistake that have cost Dyn Saturday night he was assaulted
may the Battle of the Bulge, Eisenhower This I
lives and prolonged the war. said. "By Jan. lB, 1945, it El 91 U Carbld 124% representatives. after he closed his store, 0' Death in the electric Offil
type of conduct having been engaged chair
13V4 .
Gen Fds Unit Alec 664 8th
Eisenhower former presidentand Slew's Grocery, 1702 NE (:e EquipmentMAIN
was all over and anyone with in during the bargainingby was ordered this morning for
commander of the Allied Gen Mills 49% Un Fruit 17% Ave., and went outside to get
sense knew It was over. James Carey, the union's Randolph Pitts, 23, Negro convlited -
that defeated the Germans Gen Mtrs 971US Steel 51% Into Ms truck. lie told police h*
forces In the West, made his I "But' then there was this Goodrich 59'% Univ Mat 14% representative, communicating struggled with his masked attacker :' last Thursday by a circuit 604 N. i ST.

in Interview with statement that President Roosevelt Goodyr 45% Westg El 46%. it to G.E. employes was ma- who carried a pipe and court jury of raping an IS. ,
comment an
I made about unconditional Greyhnd 22% Woolwth 27 terial to the factual report the a toy The assailant fled year-old) Gainesville whit girl
the Washington Post. surrender In 1943. This bad the to makt gun.
unconditional surrender' certainlyhad company right Mrs Billy Lamontague, 1120 FOR 4 D/ YS ONLY!
Circuit Judge James C. Ad-
some Influence. The whole The net of this judicial and
slogan was first voiced by I spring campaign should have $5 !Million qua conferenceIn
Roosevelt at a news been abandoned," Eisenhower week is that private Industrial from the The jury, which did not recommend
Jan. seen running away"
said. management has been carried mercy, found Pitts assaulted NEW PORTABLE TYUSED (
MUM with a sack Saturday OlympIa)
of !
end 10-day
24 1943 at the a
Loss IiiStore deeper into the shadow of the In
German Chancellor Adolf excessive girl midmorning
British Prime afternoon. Food, 1200 In tools
conference with I PORTABLI ES (other brondt)
regimentation behind the
Minister Winston ChurchillThe Hitler "used something from government and a $16 jack were found missIng Arlington Apartments
with It the mouth of our own leader and In which the reglmenter from I
main thing wrong persuaded the Germans to fight I Fire are constantly shifting ground. $7 5 i to 120
Pitts shook tils head when
longer than they might have I i The only brightness Is that Jua-

More Rights have always believed that war DALLAS, Tex. (APWork) lice Douglas shared the great Freight asked If he had anything to
before sentenc. H
should have ended 60 or 90 days men began an around-the-clock concern over the sweeping partsof ay was We have only 10 left and we will give FREEr
I dressed In a red tee shirt and
speech employed by Chief
before It did. cleanup job today In the famed RoutesShifted
Unrest Seen Justice Warren that was expressed blue slacks."May with each a Typewrite) Stand regularly selling
Asked why he had not publicly Nelman-Marcus specialty store, by Justice S t ewart'scomment for $ 16.80. The Per fc ct Xmas Present
WASHINGTON (AP) L* stated his views on the policy where a weekend fire Inflicted "seem God have mercy on

Roy Collins, director of the,:,before, Eisenhower replied: loss estimated at up to $5 mil- that :issue They which to Imply your soul," said Judge Adkins ,I
any may reasonably
Relations Service!l "Nobody ever asked me." after ordering electrocution KISER'S OFFIC I:
Community lion.President Stanley Marcus divide an employer and TALLAHASSEE .- A ma J Jor :, EQUIPMENT
expects more civil rights dis-|I his employee must be the subJect shift In motor freight routes In Pills' attorney>> Gen Whit- I
said the downtown store will 604.606 N MAIN ST.
tui'Dances next summer both. Carol Night of compulsory collective I north central Florida has been worth and Joe Canto, have a .
In the North and South despite ,reopen Jan. 11. bargaining" proposed by two of the State's :motion for new trial pending ,
efforts to enlouiage -- Fire broke out In the seven- ,
his agency's I
At Conceivably Justice Douglas's five major motor lines In an ap -
communities to elimi- HospitalPatients story structure before dawn Saturday I
signature to this criticism plication before the Florida Public
na.. sources of unrest. playing havoc with costly ,could foreshadow a Court ma- Utilities Commis.ion.Chairman .
In, University of
Racial problems in the North, Florida Hospital will hear Christmas decorations and Jority of at least 1 against the Edwin L. M a son
,stock. :further Invasions of the rightsof said that Ryder Truck
heads the today
said Collins, who Christmas carols tonight 'r om
I Marcus, on the bails of a '120 and M
service created by the several organizations, family I private management that a Lines of Jacksonville: R
farmore ,million to $15-milllon Inventory, I textile union seeks In the case and R Trucking Co. of .
1964 Civil Rights Act, are groups and other interested In- crelt-I rf.
complex than they are In dividuals. !placed the damage to stork and arising out of the closing of the view have asked the
at around $5 million. I uneconomic of the than
building operation transfer routes In more a
will the
South. Singers gather at I
the Archer Road entrant and they lie said the cleaning operation Darlington, S.C Mills after they dozen counties! between Laks ., :: J

Ghettos based on longstanding will be directed by Dr. Elwood 'would require about 10 days. were unionized. This I Invasion City Tallahassee! and Tampa

discrimination, Collins said. Keister, of the VF Departmentof I '?hen we'll need a week to would be the Supreme Court'sreversal from Ryder to MB and R. L IM

make solutions enormously dif- Music. Singing begins at 7:30pm. freshen up and try to get rid of : of DM lower federal The proposed shift would al-,

ficult and complex the smoke smell," Marcus saki"We'll 'court holding that "to go out w give MR and R "clo" ddoor" 0LII

Interviewed Sun- Many patients will hear the : com out of these ashes 'of business permanently at rights from Jacksonvilleto ,

Collins was radio and television carols through their pillow like a Phoenix with a more any time" Is managem e n t s Live Oak. Other paints tee' I",
day on CBS' speakers. I beautiful atore than before '"abmlut (unlimited) preroga red In the ten routes Involved
show "Face the tive"But in the proponed transfer Include

even that highly" speculative Uve Oak Marlanna, Mid I'. 1 I

Suprrm Court check Qulnry, Havana Perry, Lake 1 ',1
would still leave to the caprice City, Mayo, Cedar Key. Max-

of prejudice of Judge and government yule, Waldo, Gainesville Archrr 1t

officials the interpretation Chlefland. LottlcvUI. Wit/ t
,14J1J of "good faith"" hi codec i-ox. Capps Montlfcllo. Wlltls- I III \

lIe bargaining. The N LR.B'. ton, Duimerian, and LrbantaStation. II

Y evaluation of that In the Genera I
F Fi Electric controversy demonstrate I If protests are received by .

how steeply this the Commlailoa by December 24
r re- rM +, amorphous phrase can be slant. Mason said, a public (firing J t tto

.1'" 't In eel to save one .Industrial I in the application win h e tj

i rr /1 air group Interest heard.Hampton j

l Man r ( subscribersbeing our

Killed' in Crash sieved by our eiut+ovegel of ,

r A5.d. Uk. ...fee
I IM ILUrP'I' -Failure t* keep [pact and having his truck roDover /

his vehicle M bi. aide of die was takes to Bradford F _' ........, ....,...

road nil Gavel Muffln*. 45, of County HwtpHjtlavMtifating .p t c-. M.rwa

Hampton, has life ht an auto officer FHF
r.A While 0...*. 8yeeo Y
accident sear her* al I amrUrdJ7 ,Trooper JL M. HoUis ux .

tolic* sale iHufuM', car was *i. Inch** ..... .....r w.u. y:
H. was drrrtftf smith alone j ewer the cnterbn of th Ua> ........... '

M SR-tt ta a 14 !fort car Cal at the Urn of IK* coDWoa. i

....., al a point U auk frw Other ./ra ers ,bo assisted If
I.Umptoa. his car collided with !the faTMtJpt were nIP let North Florida
'r tnromJng 1164 CMC wmfct .. H. Spears Trooper< t. L

New Store track. pcfa4d by Martoa JaMs and bailers DtprtMrI Co.

;irmiCrtw.. 1. E. Brw. Jr.. and. Robes Telephone

left sad .\. C. Siafraa, right. *wswr* .f the R*t.aa8 .,.- I Cm. 28. .|M Ms H $U Myrkk. '' FLORIDA
Daltaa Rosters. w. Av art rwcratsJatH by )b;., Reward )UKI-
tare Store. 1241 mkt W L Wtowiy bjund) from the tan- th* year ss Bradford Cwaiy. ..1.
eey It Ue stores ...I.J:

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I'f UF to Confer Degrees on 715 Men, 261 Coeds I


The University of Florida la Robert English Field Jr., MSE; Jno. Edmond Plerson Jr., BBC; Blegler, III, BAIi AIM Wllthieon' Areer LAKI W"L" "_ Nan'.'. Cci.MiS IA, POMPANO. SAl..CH, JoAn- lIo l c._.: Thomeivlll.... Mry A Victoria Chub
pO, BONIPAV Robert Laud Jonoe.SAi : .SAIIV HAA lAn5'A 511". "Ido CP'as.'I'. / Ann. Jennifer
expected to grant degrees to Harold Manly Fisher, MS; RIch. John Charles Ptatorlno BCE; BOYNTON EACH C_ Ann* 'o. ... GNll... l0A ...s W ILL/NOl MRCl Chempllgne' 'a jn,,,

178 atudent for the first trimester ard S. Flagg BEE; Evelyn Richard Turk Poole Jr., PHD; Cummlnge. LMnerd, lINi Bold D., IIA... |lugen IRADINTONCluriM Pierce.Al 11 All Bmy WORTH LM- a.Dutrr'. ,N ISNi_.ArthurIckil.ln ...do 55 hIll, c.GtItI! ,. (.- JO Llp C ho''P.A-ll. .I. DID.. P501 cnicego IcAM'_ AI

of the 1964-65 academic Hanna Floyd BA; B. Kaye D. Suzanne Porter BA; Don Lewis Oven, lumen. AlA EnlsrnWllllem O. Jr. INS, Wllllm. Cn'rlM, My. Mi LAtHS VSDaA' KIn- Wo" M51WIlCIJMtN't. I .lolL PHOi..., I. LniS1.ard ?.
Tin. BAKCHi BRANDON Plory. aol' John Allen fowl,*, IS!, lo" '*1' MAi Jollel II
year which ended Dec. It.Candldites Forsythe, BSN; Delmar Ray Powell BSBA; John J. Powell J_,. Tlwme Arnold, MSPi Dillon Trk [ ,vH lugono M.....'.., ICHI ThomMPtrld LL" Key L. *" .* tar bere Jow L.C. INDIANA _*Big,,!.!
for degrees Include Frailer, MA; Beadle Cole Fry BME; John Jaillite Pow. r .. Cemetl, MIDI BPJAOINTON BMIj IROOKSVILLINoll Oenl.Oregon "rent .Oolway.. ., ,IIBAi'''1,Rch LAKELAND| 'rd RorgMCocll MI IIIVIUA, Disil_ 'KsSIANPOP.O kwton CalumbM' .Ie- .lloyd._ M.II., oeD,-

715 men and 261 women. BAE; David T. Geighman, MSE; Bobbie Nell Price BAE. _t.'r.-. III, ISAi CANTON. PKO, ponkri H. Cnmor l'. MIAMI,ANDISSON CiA-_ J.D"WiiliN'IS.. 551, Indlonepoll. c"1'N Jecoo Moni MB*,

The Graduate School Is expected PHD; Rosemary Gilles BSHE; Raymond Scott Pyron, PHO; MINT CAlM CITRA Jeme*_Lemer Wllllom Meerele..tevon le-Lemeiteri. IS.P.I LM 1"r.LANT"N. .-': (niton LLIILAKIw000 W.rd lernu.1 L.11 P110Mw. South Mill lend Robert-1 Jenet Newbum Alit!. .,v,.

to award 282 with Ernest Frank Graetz BEE Lemual M"CLIAIIW.TIII Ills Thomn I. McRMJr ""Alen .* IASA.i KANSAS Took .
degrees ; Peyton Rackley BSE; ,.. JOT* M nwi i POOl I
Robert J
Lorry Anoraen I. ClwrIM Rowiwydor ,
73 of these for doctors. Cynthia Lou Grant, BAE; MirIam Daniel Edward Ralston MBA; BIOAl Mere* Key, lloekley, IAIWllllem '''1, LAROO PhllK I...... HollMd, .,..n Jr*... DewMry.IIIAI I. .Pran*.' Un I'ArthW'p5r.mIi'Dr'I Ing BllUnglon II., BAIl- J...KENTUCKY... Niel, WI.., Pi trj np7enkhxt ,

Of the remaining 691 b.chelor' T. Greenfield, MA; Hans lllada G. Ramos BA; Wade ,. D.ftv' inner" SaPS Crown, II.III...,..AAli W. P-lleenorlone ShAg W. Martha Poukw, COld Ml Judklno Mrl. Jonno IAI, Vor.burg Robart .- MA IiO'l'd, J.N.MID H.' .US eer L.: SIC, H.weivlll.- Rewlelah M.rthg L. '. ''
., -
degrees In undergraduate Raj Graver MSE; Richard N. Hill RenH BS; Richard Bycon BSBAl JemM Porker J,., DIDi SAl, ChwlM ammO W.llKO: It. ,Jenneton. <*, BAIl. JM*. "lt.'Sft J1 .i
Deri. Ann* !PlelHor CA Victor Lewi. Sal LEESBURO MirgorM EHIn. NAT0uSSAN4
divisions, the College of Arts Gurley ME; Addison Guy Har- Reuss, MSE Aurello R. Revitla lien*. CAl ....., Arnold Tom Jr.. low*, SAl, LITHIA H.lon M.rtoMonnck lAS. Wllllem .._, MI .1..,, L"w.tl. I .j lI' IN

and Sciences leads the other dee Jr., BASE; Arnold D. Hart, MSA; DarneD Rhea, MED; *'r 1111.111.Weiner..IMIi M-V.llece J_, *III 011.Oery. Wynne Reg., MSALIVI. log BldnM. Lo lw Sumnor J mM L roy. ilfi VoloM Lloyd N. WII.JrSATIlLITa <' ,.Y ch.p'nan A-itO, ,.: Ply,1 It,,..

schools and collegea with 131 BFA; James Robert Hartung Thomas Woodrow Richey BEE SDSA.CL5IMONT. OAK ...-,. I. ....... IAI, Irl c Jolt,. Ill.I PlO, MASSACHUSITIS
; Morvk A. ...........,- MACCLINNY Doio Andrew Pierce. If ACM SmWj> N.I.[ C". HIl Sb.PI Idln U.
candidates for degrees. The Col- Jr., BAE; Margaret Kay D. Jesse S. Robertson Jr., MS; MAi COCOA Oeerg* HII..,. Word Itlt, AIAOIIRA BIACH Oral Lynn '! I '' MICIIIGAN Sidini11.0.01 -
SBAl CORAL OAILII WllllMn Plus .,-., SIPS MADISON OovldI 2 MtiSAS.NS: Alas 11f. LU, PINS '
loge of Education Is next with Hayes BSN. Gwendolyn S. Cone Rose BAE I 5.155, 'HD, ... ''
; S. lIPS CC.t.. Ry lurbecMr ll, !........ -' MARIANNA -e CUM. | .USTHI lapIdsLvonl '
134 and the College of Engineer. Dtpak Kumar Roy MSA Ste- LLIi W. M. Klrkpetrlc* jr, BARCHi Richer woyno Orent, UB, MAYO sJeMvdd, MAT D" Owl. INnS.. ISNI MIODilSippi .
David Law Is Head BAE; ; Hugn H. WNMn' J,., BSADVl c...,. IKwerd Jemrt Cewen, MAO MIL-* pny, IAIWHIUm WIll, MJOWM Clinton, John WWII. LAW, PHDi' GUL..
Ing ranks third In number with phen Lyle Rozman; MA; Man VIEW Berber 0'Irtan Porr., BA, BOURN WllllMn J. Mermen, MIDI Dougln Wolt r., LL I. PSTIHIBUP. PORT Edw.rd OMrg,* IchltintJ
Claudia A. G. Henderson BAE!! ; DADS CITY Noncy Am BerlleM." J_ 0..,. Upper, It'll CheiwM <> J.. Sal. PHOl Uurol J.",. Lay '.!..
114 students. James Clinton Herndon BEE uel Enrique Ruin, BSA; Eugene lilt, Jim lerlnger' lorck. MAi Jenn MCNulty, Lll MIRRITT ISLI SN.rS Psal C.f.. SOIl Dil'' DIWbit"v Iky PHO, Lnlnglon' C.rolyn ".
Graduates this month will be ; bled Sadler BSE; Mufld Faw- Derby" Dooglei' Jr, III; OAVINPORT Deeno.. UrMn. JocoM, MID MIDI M.rA-lI DI.IM. Si, wood Whif. MRC
Ellen Joan Her. h, BAE; Chart,. Alen Wllllwni. ISA, MIAMI Alton 0.....'. Altmon. S"M. ., Vi.M L. Doiia. Cr111' StIWl Abwcm NI,..,
honored at the annual commencement zl Samara BS: Martin Robert DAYTONA BIACH '"..rd Cort.ll, ... AronMn, MA, A MIN C. ..!* POd. IS", O.ld Wliilm' H... ISPliOtIs. ,.., Anthony, IARCH Ch.". HI, .
Albert J. Hlclcland II, BA; Nan Ell T,..,. Hill Oerdon, PlOp Jc* WA' Bill Mllthew J.._ __,c', LicOy. Oonnli' AIM F.Uout' I I.,, 0,.,
Louis San MSE Marcia Alice .
ceremonies In April Elizabeth. BAE ; ClInIC, Hertle IA| Robert M. Mulcneion, .*, Jem*. T. Bemherdl III, Sold, N. : sIn.'..'. : Itu.rt O.rr.tt III PLO".
1964. cy Hlghsmith ; Schekter BS; Karl Robert BSBA< Wllllem Ch..... Leger, SiPS Men Murrow Brown. Bll, ....". T. lAS .:, J,.. ISAMPalK-Sdw.ndJnn,5 .,.,>,.
Frederick Sadler Hill BAE; Slip A. M...... J,., SiPS George Al. umwe. ., lAg Roberl Lewi. Buiioll ,I. MichasI H. IS, Oltn' Rotk Chol" ?,.
The degree candidates and Schmidt, MC.Tuahar bert .._ MRCl Krl ludolpn' Mebero BEEi Cheiler, Burl Chonce, LLIi "..* SIC, CIn'IS M. 'AI, S.- -I liSA, .." Allan p?,..'1
their Robert John Hines BSBR; Carl Prltamlal BSPli Illubetn lln N. Chtplln II, BIA, L_... A. N P. ,, ..LlnI SICOIrA Wyl'fl0..n. f .., SiPS, Ihort Hllll _
hometowns are: Gordon Hochen BSBR Frlma Shah SAC, M.ry Veiond .,:--t: :. Cooper. MRC Oovld' Vogt C"".. ISIA LLI1 00.15151 V111asi P.l.C.ICSI : .0.T. I.,, BAi Sofflorviiit No
ALACHU Andrea Rae ; MSE; Alonzo C. Shields III, .. C. Wenninger. Ml.OIIR.IELD Wllllem' Hill D..... LOS John Wlllleffl WIlliam JS'tA-S Pinks J', Sill : KyoUnloul I Nil, w.it Oring.
Kallen Hoffman BAE; Charles D......., BCHI, AIM' SNOW fhrllch. juoim P. MMtry ".y. Mil TljnjjBIdword .. AKrod O..d.' III.
Burton BSA. LLB; Roger Elwood Shields, HACK Wllllom J_.. .IB*, Sits l..... '011.. SAIl Peul P.yne, !,,. M. II"M.1ft. YORK Blngh.mplon
Irvine Holden Jr., LLB Edwin MA L. likes BSE John Blot' III DIPUNIAK IPRINQI, DoVld OS.., Perr. .A| ThrnM Allen Po. lAll J.MI Albert T..l.r. Mil. Itopnon Mit.lkfc Ml, Ironivlllo01
CROSS CITY William Howard Holloway BSBA Carol J. Wol- ; Betty ; N. lludmrm. LLIi DULAPSOC*. .1C, Ch..... P. Prtlburger, IIIl M.... *donn. J. U.".. SONS JIliS LO VIC I.. AIM l..fty. asIa !,!!? .I2
Naylor BEE.GAINESVILLE. : E. Slaughter Jr., BA; Charles I.,* {*, ",'. M' Civil 'dw.,. ..., N. .... ., IARCH, AntonK 0...-- IS.A, M'r IllHbetn ,. "Ity "... ", MS, Horbort A. Voui
king Moran BSN; Howard Ku- Hlti J,., III; Katntyn. Heil Jemek ... MA, PMnntlne I.. .......... BSIA t.', M. l Vl.llec*, SAIl MA- win' .".,. Q. !
Linda Elizabeth Robert Smeal PHD; Louie .Al OILB.AV leAch JoMpK. Ml* MRCl .A' '.rmo
"'er''" W. CIIHVd A. Hemmer SIC yln WoMi BAtCH C.'h. L .
H. BSN Gonzalo ang Wu Hung MSE; Homer Ralph Smith Jr., LLB; Peter T" ..,. Jr4 ICE) Lee Tyred Zlmmer.men. CtiMl Merke III. lOUTS.DAYTONA Jtcoullyn Wllbr. ','. ISIS M.. .., ?
Alien. ; Ford Hutchlnson BEE. III DUNDIOIN' PJeMId ''_ Robert R. CIlIAJr.. .. lAi dIm' Home- ITUAUT Ire ImertonBreome. lit M. Mil Pa''lnqdsi L.
Alday BEE; Ahmed Willed Al- Schuyler Smith BAE; NormanL. ley Bird. Ill Cerolyn mlm Porkini, ten MucklM, '11, 001I1 lnde I.....,.., BSBAl. BSA, Vln.mil S. .""*, 11.05IUIPSIDS .. Ol. Ho, ,. SOS, ?? :,
BlPi Joye Pern.ll, Aev.l, Mil IAOLI ISPI, Corel Ann J..I". '., .11 CherlelPrenklln lt Ht lamtt lln ,.
lam MSBCi Hashlm A. Al i- Barbara Sue Jennings MA; Soong MSE; Marvin Earl L..ICI JAm aur.wv Cow..... 5., Jelly 'AI, JemM ScAM Dcvld Tom .,..., ion, ISP Squo.0< n City JXIrty- B.rbir.. ....
MSE Alan Stein I"U O.LLI' Sfly O. bluNs Jr. JO,,,. MA, Id. Mini LII'_ I5..ov, lilA T..LL..ASSI Uton PunS.' ....* J, A
marral PHD; Sharon Ann C. Howard Wendell Jewett, BCE; Sorter ; Jay 1M55 N" L. K.ncp.Ith, SIPS N, ..... Ruth LMldew, SAg Conitentln.Line. AMorien,.. Sam ; H.II., ",.,., Ml J.m.lc..HIVhl._ i.l
Anderson, BAE; Winifred L. K. Barbara A. C. Johansen, BSBR; berg BAE; John Robert Strayer cI,,.. 'l.. MAW.,..:. sAss 505Th:. ISIS, Denoid. Lee Lmen, MA ,LLII,. A :KIWI> tk"tul"tSeV 11 H.11!, .nft LuI. SAl LGs.r5 MIT"
Carry Ny Ct. S5IA, P51W aN. Oordon PluS level, Ill, Mertenn M- ,
Andrews, BA; Ahmad Saeed Thomas Listen Johns, MED; MAG; Edwin Jay Stuart, NA?' C,,, A,. 5Ml IA. Mill, IA, Richer S. Moreno. IA R seen C..?AMl'BEACH PloreM* 1,1.lhl.| I". I.. Sh.. Mi. ..Mld..lwft. I.

Ansarl BSE; Bea H. Atkinson Ernest Robert Jones MSE; LLB; Mary Ann Sullivan BAE; .1.,PT...,,.LAUOEROALI. BAI Rkhord A.-Andonon OmM, Morkort III., M. MtMhen McCloewy ll J,., MIrY...., l.n.r.DonthyDerby MIDI B.rry .chm.. BSADVl IlifMHl Kru- .SlcNm.d.,,. Ch.nIs CIII -TIn-mas. J_.....0000ing. oeo It.,

DED; Keith J Eugene Baker Jack Edenfield Jones M S A; Plroska Ludwig Szabo MS; "'...*,< Horborl.. Brown, BSIA, 11.-,_ ,-.. SAl, John Jowph Minor, .Ill AUB. 5500" .n.ld LIMO. LL"M" Ia..., MSA Kochntor Cynthli lno.n C..
Mary Burch, ldw.r ThMdor C.rk BII, lelmen' M NewmirK, IA, Twill .1. FtWd- Humm.
SAt _,
MA; David Hale Baldwin, PHD.. George Chien Kao, PHD; Radhakrlahna > James Robert T a m bur rlno N,,. IN', Torry Vlrglnl.' DovoU SAl, 0..* OwN, MID PAIl INK Pinky.I ., '. 'U..'..'LL'"'' SAl AIN't G"d 115.5. 515, Rouort D..". Ih.t., pS._
Ralph Randall Balyeat MED B. Kasat MS BEE; Lewis Charles Tatham IAN I. P. Pteronc lAs, Wllllom Profile Lou PurvH, ISM lAW l I. IIle"' .- SAl MICh.1 S Opli- SUphon, W lisA eyrc.. 'I,.
Stephen H'YIO. '
; ; Irving' PloronM, BIBAi ly.li" D. Prut.Clonlo P.W. eulntefw, ..IA, C. ScAm RobMm. L.ISl'Wllllem Wright J,., a a. ""(
Marten C. Bartlett ME: Paul David Katz LLB; Sri Ram PHD; Edward Stewart Taylor lAS. .._ A. Mdwlll ir* SAl Kenneth Arthur. Silo, ...., MIAMI SHORES o..hl- JWn C.rl ."I W.I.CAROLINA. _
LIB Oonild J..., lola Jeme.LM ... A..i.
Kl.iltn' Lll COIN Mewtrd Bhermen Willi.
S.C.MMIAtN' Fr.nkIIn
.1 In. HInton Barton DED; Tamara Kavipurapu PHD; Donald Scott LLB; Minjack Tham. MSE. l toon J. Lewry, (A, Sl. il.y I. Mcco.n SCAM, IA J.y ,_.. lm.II-, M.... AAli. MIAMI Jr.. .IPIINOI Trumm- Arnold 1115 T. Oasrge Las J,.. POOl M D ,.
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Kathleen A. W. Thompson NeD, Do>,M AIIM MeCully, .IIA. Mirlolt Jn Smith, SAl Jonk. Scully '.,. Ml vIili -
I Ann Baughman BSN Kell MST Wallace W. Kennedy LLI Sh.ron J.n Dinkins' .
4 ; ; Nil Ouy Hmry M.lioor, BAI, Rob ....te. lynoer. UN Mk"' '' J. L. So- .lnmr Tob', wlcne.1WTAMPA NW's 14111 Sulft BOT,
Ron.H -
MA Marcus Anthony Todaro orl Hmry Morlnor" be), IAI, III Jum chord I wltnwr, MSi G. H'd' KMld .
John F. Baxter III, BA; Donald LLB; Ellen Kimball V., BA. ; LLIi Mlcno.1 .f. Jeclyn IU' SSI III" OED OHIO "d. JM'
"loy Muccl BSAOV, AIMrt I. JAW everei, Iii .....,d VIOl SwIH ... ,.. A"'o
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J P540
Joseph Belz PHD; Theo- I. Kay Horton Klnard BIE; Wade H. Townsend Jr., J,.. ISA. 5N" Dn-gI.. POg, .. all, Ill, Keren LM I. TllghmMi. ISM, I.Rlehrd Ier.nek,Olden LLBl Oon.ld' U.I ., .!,., MA dIMs. -." .
dore Herman MED BSPE Jno. W. III BSA; Elisabeth C. Trimmer 5N" ... 'III"! SPA, n-lieN' Oil, $!ll A..I V lOam, 151 JIM's MlP1 lOlA. ,.. BSBRl "' Mer.till Arthur. Hub, ISA _Ch.r.
Bergeron Kirkpatrick J
; ; VIn. .0.. Wliil.n SAn-I WAN,. SAg : NsA... PA, ldrvy CiAWVIS, B Blet l.r .m.ft. Chwl "' ., CI"II. Ni,
Alvin B. Blscoe Jr., PHD; Jo' BSADV; Grace Mertaky Knight MED; Duane Keith Tu t tie Jeltft Wlon_.5..."..'.W.. III, IaPA. .. J_ J,.. SAlE JISIPSI. 111IIII" WAIl J'. Brod.; LouIs ISBAl C"Gleon.... J luB,., Bill Brown.Lll J.., ..'11.1. ..imlBN.r. ,nHoTctlu, l _

\ roldean Blackman BSN; Stuart BSJr Karl Otto Koepke, LLB; LLB; Lester E. Tuttle Jr., PT. MVIRI Merry lee All. III. SAIl Tnomo. C... C BSBAl Wllllem VincentDurHln OW'e1 bus 5.00W- Robtrt-" JIm Imll Nol.rl, ,, PHD, ttPINNSVLVANIA I''

Lathron Bowers BSBR; David Alex Kronstadt, MA; Murray DED; Nortwlck Donald H. Van Alvm UPll H Cnerle.OIHln;, ,Berkley MIDI' Idlordb Jem*. Mkheel BIBAi. Mil MOORI MT.Nova DORA _-John!.Albert..' PI. V A.M. _,..- .. SASS, MID Noc.DoAtAIilaabMh c.1 Gordon. lEa OKLAHOMA,. .CVctA CMoS,._W.I.GI'V' 0,,.

Edward Boyd BS; Patricia Jay Landsman, PHD; Mou Fat BCHE; James Hodges Vanden- Lewnnce, USA Ron.ld, p. Lewli, Bill er, LLI _'N J_.. SlmpuM' JrSA .. lli.tMth" Lol.III. 0 SiSAl..'*,SAIl Robert BertremHen.bT.ten Hum.Hemmond A-lips leN'S L.cky J..At.G.yc.Y MIA,. OI.h". Clt.
Oerton ThaN AgO,. leenerd M. Vlncwll, (A, MULBERRY
\. Ann Boyd BA; Charles David Leung, BARCH; Alice R. Collins burg BSF; William Grady M McOIIUcuddy, SAg Hugh sAUdI lv Mien.lng Pall! Lul II," Jr, ISl J."',Roger Hlphlr. ., ,- ..
.",..., L.., NORTH MIAMI Retort Jo- INS luimne lM Mtrpot Tully'' MA, lllng7.l.
Varnes BAE Francis 'E. Vincent Cnirlee edwin' Teel, 17 I''OV. .
i Bradley BA.B.rbar. Lilies BDES; Paul Po ; Lon Clod'" WiN, Bill PT. MVIRI 'IAl.As., .., II, Jeck M.rold Cohen, M HI"o Jow. BAi J. WIMIem. Arnold Hlnw, MA, ::
Evans' Brady BSN; Wun Lin, MSE; Robert Allen MED. IICM DouglH M MINIm. LLIi LLI, Chirlelt lIIAWSpmsl, SOPS, LI..- Klbllni, Ow.rd J ,.' JKKI. Loo.Gi RutlVli MI, Mull'..
lAli NoncyIllMMIIi ,
PT. Plaid J._. TCW'. .. .',...... do Stoe*. SAIl NORTH MIAMI BIACHIllen MIA PelrlcK H LItil l..ftf le. N
George Warren Brewster, PHD; Llnd, BSE!! ; William Robert MIAl Kennetn ReMrl Dye # MRCl P. SWIms, IA, MIAmI Hon.rv Lucei BAi Jill Florence, Lvnn "? '.' "" J.1 Mu.n. *,.
Betty Pohl Vogh, PHD; Law. Devld Rendolpn' Jo,,. Illi J.,?..* all.. Nechmen, Illi Berkley, C. "Rnmey, SAl, Sylvi R. O Miclnnli' SAl iN.M Ours.. otrM ,. ",. PVO, '
Britt BSA Ie ell MSA Robert ,,.
Larry B
Arlington ; w y n. ; rence Douglas Wade BA; Garn- ."MWI Jordtn, SAss Robert M.rlen MeO.lre. SAl Norvoy M. RnHMporl lilA, Phyl-' Harry MKKenil. ILBi M.nu.l S.yNINHI -
BSIt Milton P. MeHerel, IlliMitcnol Roynoid. Jr. lm, OroJnviu. 1 C
Lawrence Lisa BSP II. Monyn Sdwr. SAIl Arthur How.rdToeeer
But terfleld BAE Ebaugh Love BSA Anne .
; ; ; ar Vincent Walsh EDS; Dorothy PT. WALTON ArmU L. RWM.JoemL Mil, NAPLES Rlcn.rd' B. C. Morrow. PHOt PlAIN JoironPerrlcone ." Las Gay J,., BEIi Ar.rim, "
( James McRae Cain BSE; Kath. Lovlle PHD; Stanley Michael *"' P. WALTON SC'-. W.lworth. liSA, NIW SMYRNA IIACMMerrlB Ill JAIIALas Shimon 0 .SepiA- S.pln..,.,. MRC ..
\ L. Ball Ward Ma; Miklos 5,...,,. LL'. Ill, ,,_ >*...111 V, BSI NORTH PALM |>Ai Roetem lolcole' IS RuiMll T. SW' Lol.. N.ll. I", iita. .
1 leen M. Campbell BSN; Joseph Lucas BA: Janlna Lupklewlcz Wassdeczege BA; Herbert ". Shew, BSN, Wllllem. T..-.... Spun, EACH TIMon H. OHuoh'.. HE, satin J,., IIIl Juliet Regln. Towwn, W'I.m' O.," Jon.. IS
Anthony Capella, MS; E. Anthony MS; John A. MacDonald BSJr ISl PROITPROOP MIchMl. llmment OAK HILL Milton Lerenu ....Ioy. BAIl llndl ".y Whitjkir, BASIl lv.nA TNNlnll .. .,. _
,. John Weber BSBA; Glen Me- .All HALLANOALI ..,.. W. PeloT.en lOlL. WUILmi J,., ISA Jon Chdln"T'ITUSVILLE Wil- .I.., OUNolft. .. 'HO, In..I. _P.re
Carhart LLB William Miles M etc I Jr. ; JP.. OED .
Bray Joseph a a .
; Elizabeth Jr Llll MIALIAN Olera' O.ll OCALA Rabert lugen Auitln J,., .u.lft
Carpenter BSBA Martha M. BSBA; William Robert March Cray Weitz; BSA; Donna lem.lt. hAs Wllllom ,.... ,.,_. ILl, Thorn. Dow_ S..ns., SlAg Sin nchird J. HOMI.W.,, .Anthony, N.hvl.r'"I.' 'l 101..
Welles BSN Gall Gallo MIDI Imlly L. V. Wennerhemi., ,. ._1. IIPl TIIEASURE ISLAND .
; MIOi A CihM Jr lAS Joyce Slin* Ga to., *, HWoJlh
Neff Carroll RAE; Samuel 0. EDS; Gall Harris Marshall, Werth BSE; RichardS. HOLLYWOOD loll IOUNO telly J_ Pdk' IS!, SAl, Robert Allen lerwn. MA Pram. _.Richerd WellKlt, Sri ZI_, Pnt BA. ISBAl VALPARAISO VENICI ,I.i .51.. ...TIXAI J,., IS-, MotMIn __ Chi?
way Jeen Aden ._. P. R AIM
I CM T. 4 Melever.I IAI WllllMn
Carson Jr. MSE Travis A. Car- MST Robert Chris Martin Heron l,vl Dlrklnt ItAi Jill M... 00011 "
; ; Wiymoulh, BEE; James Bill Prone*. It. .,, IA| 0<.lld, IIIIHW MupN NA, Jam. Pr.s.y Pr. ., Angol Manuel' / Artlnr
ter MED Michael James Caw. PHD John Charles Mayer Heneon, IDA gendri ISADA; T amv LI. P50151* SaIls ;=: reen O'lft. lAi Rwirond Lralt' 5lI. Colxn.NIAic F.rtM
; ; bin, :: 1 SJSAi Tlmtthy P. Johnunl ISA) VIR.OIIACH llcNid darN .
Dale Whlted BLA; Lowell BAli Bremu SA l.ori, I. '.' '' Willi...... SAID JAWS C.". n-il. an"
icy BS; John Thomas Chappell ,.',Ie,. p. Idw.lkert, MAT, '.lIft Tu,- II... Jr, LLI OKIICHOIII 0.. Jon Julltn W.rllnd>l., > Innnd Jam., O Lalep,,
., ;
MA.Clifford Carl Wlkoff MA; John T. Williams PI WARIINGTON Blchord IhmP.rw.11 ISSAg IA- AnuS .,t'J',
Her IA| Clllwr*; I Wentwcrm"' BIBAi Vld SAW ReuWnon, MIA, ORANOI P000:
BEE; Freddie M. Clark BA; Mayo Jr., BSPE; .... SOUl, PALM BEACH ViRGINIA _
Jr. MA Edward P. Williamson HOMOIAISA N'c.' R. Bryent CITY Adrloen Ouort Senborf' lilt, WET WET Wo TAn.,
Carl Telles Clarke PHD.. William Richard McCormick ; Jr., SIPS HOMISTBAO JIM Antani ORANOI PARK ...... ImmoHreen IV.,, lee '.Wft. IA!, M.rox M. T..y J,.. 'NO WAiidlNOTOls
Louise CMK, ,. Slat, MeD Myron Mturlc PildI,. D. C. Hail, ,..,
PHD; Anne MIAI mcn.rd L. ....,... I J LLS.OCLANDO Go 5. Iii
Eric Thor Clarke BEE; David BSBR; Richard M. McC u r d y, M"' IMMOKALII Wllllem' $sSc. CherlM, Victor Andor.an. Mil. John A. Onlry, III, LLBl T.."'. Pl G.II... MAli PAIn Titi
Winsor BA; Bernard Wliser ,.. H..." Orr. ISl Rlchird C. PullonJr ICC.
Jr. HAi INVIRNIII Not.eonweyn. III* JmM Joeeeh Auttln, lie, I5 r
Roland Clarkson BS; Larry BS; Naomi Faith McDonall, BSE Diana Behm Woodbery Jorden, MUg M.rlen ell, Arthur B. Ch__.n. BCI Roooid. Ceorgo ., IIIl MorlerK, I. IIlw.ft" .., .. OUT Olt COUNTRY
; one* ..... Kennttn 0. """.., Adrl.n ARAIIA _
Daniel Cline BSA Morgan BA; Sarah R. McDowell BSN 555.JACKONVILI.I Bll, Idnwnd H Olvl. Jr, l/nr.ln '.<.
; BS3A; Glorlda Oaye Woo d- Ronoid ley AndorXM (ill:t'I Jeyc DevlMn IA, COin I 5,5.. MIDI Riclurd' J."" V.n ,*. Alrnnnil', Mil BURMA Mini
Thomas Cobb MSE:; Carolyn L ell n d Armagh Me Chan MBAl Oen.ld I. ."..,, SIC 5,5. LLI, lleKen Jllckmon lM. Chei.Wicker W.bll, IA. fiB Nil| "', PMB' CANADA
ward, BSADV; Council Woolen Judltb H. Mrnttem. SAl D.,.. L. lor.rj MA Robert Key rnt (II, WHITI Prod Oil nOreene Aibepi' uI. M" PHD,
t A. Comanor BS; Robert Glade BSBA; Joseph Burgess McLeodJr. Jr. BSBA; Ronald Charles .. Jr., lISA M"' Oobw .'....... l.rry 0en ONI. AIH"ndor MH ISli hR GASOSnIJim.I SiA IWS''. H., "".. ..COLD"'
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II. Frustration, Death in Viet Nam I I S Today InFTisfnrv ','flLetters -

t By CHARLES STAFFORD (for some reason. I guess It's because through the munle end of the'cry basic principle of lactic ., the battalion commander and J

everybody Is so Intense barrels of our M 1 rifles and It The only way this war will ever. unit to be Ineffective. By THE ASSOCIATED i I To Santa
) Capt.
i and continually looking over will fall out the breech end of be won Is for the United States "Well. my Immediate superior Today Monday. Dec.PRE .
John 21. the
King's war was "long periods I 1 ,
their shoulder the barrel with little or no resistance. to In and advIsers FOR THE YOUNG .
I of boredom Interrupted by step say -our I I will not forward my reportto huh day 019. There are w I C ,
October : The same holds true to tactical
short periods of Intense hell.' are going plan every division. He obviously does days left year.Today1 AND YOUNG AT HEART
I for the carbines, Thompson operation at every level of com not want the truth to be known
His war was worn-out weapons "The area that I am In Is way highlight In : I

i\ loneliness an enemy that ,down In the delta. Because: of the submachine machine guns 30. caliber mand. as my report goes all the way O this date I 1120,histor: From Santa's Mailbox at the New-

melted away, waste, leader.'size of our force we are fairly I essential guns. Many "Please do not publish anything to Washington D.C. I have refused Ill[ arrived what now pit. Post Office
part to the functioning
Lie who sought advice but didn't I secure: Inside the bounds of the I've said here, at least not so far to lie, so as to make Ma.Their tiny 1'
J heed It who refined Klan of our weapons are missing him and his counterpart look Plouth. sip Dtar Santa Clans doll la
a auperlor Long However we now. Ha ha. had reached and a Barby
to forward his critical report. are completely surrounded for I have written my superiorson November M good, for If I do this there la no Cod In I want a Barbiedoll and a Tan Lee. She hsi not b, i,!

Capt. John King died Dec. 12 miles by the Viet Cong So the two different occasions explaining reason for any of us being here Novmb. MM with some clothes In It. I: good girl either. But I

\1 In South Viet Nam a bullet only way Into this area and out the condition of the "We arrived here In Vie Than trying to advise and risking our II O In have been a girl and I are very truthful.

I through his head. la by helicopter. I. equipment that we must fight after four days of traveling lives each day. Colonel Preston 1776. Benjamin Franklin would alto go wrist watch toe

He was I Bradenton man the "Wi go Into battalion -sized with and have attempted to solicit -The third day was by far the Is behind me so far. We aiv In Pai'on a miuion Is I I can tell what time It Is. Teddy F0

;; eon of Mrs. Thomas J. Brooks search and clear operations' help to rectify this, as the e most hectic for us. We covered are having big meeting on this Secure ai the colonial. I will leave you some cookies
I and John H. King. He enlisted dally. So far we have encountered -weapons are highly dangerous to; 14 miles of jungle rice paddys subject tomorrow. III dont win In 1804. the English State.|and coke. I C l

.t 17, fought In Korea, rose from very few enemy as they (Ire and could easily explode In and canals completely domtnaU tomorrow then I guess I'm In man Bnj.ml Dm.el was I Dear Santa .

I private to captain In IS years. keep moving away from us. The has a man's been face so" far nothing ed by V. C. Every trail""* road for tumble born.In nudge Please brig my sister I I have been a good boy. S
/ He had a wife and five children will not fight unless. everythlni was saturated with mines booby Dec. 11- Itat, radium was discovered and a case with some U. I want a projector V:

in Slbrl", Mrs. King la expecting Is In their favor" November 19 traps and sniper fire during "T secretary of the Ay by Pierre and Marie I I coths m It record player on top San:*0

a sixth child next month. November S "There has been very little goIng this move we bad one man killed m t furl- *. JanIce I want two guns on eaCh
epe h
I At 32, John King was a career "I received the hunting knife on here in the way of a war and eleven wounded all due to deep regret that y son. Gen. I lv Jo Santa, andsWDal
r--il Pattoni
soldier. you sent me The knife Is just I they (The Viet Cong) seemto mines and booby traps. I Jo E K. Viet N 1 injuries & r Santa Clam p yer.

His war came to life In the let. exactly what I needed and certainly have evaporated from this December II I II o D. 13 I the result of weeks earlier in reive two I I r would ya I

1 ters that arrived at the home of will come In handy for area. That doesn't make me unhappy I "I'm in what appears lo be hot I hostile . he was accompanying at Heidelberg.I aut accident -':back bauketa 1 a new bike and !. 1':

his mother and stepfather following -many things, primarily to eat mind you. but our Intelligence waler at the present time. I'm Vle Army Germany. I] 1 would also lie S S S

p I his arrival In Saigon In with and find water on the trails. such as It la, keeps telling not sure bow serious It Is, but I I when .mb and I 11, aa 'llao in thee I.nnoter troll with esther or-I

late September. It ended with a Whtn we run out of water we us that they're here but we believe I have the right people] t." Orient Mi at West ,g3it a or wht halt. I would Dar Sta. '
telegram need a sharp knife to cut haven't made contact In better behind me. You see. at the Flo.BL, killed IIJ men lke that you It wat tpwte.I

October 3."indications- through heavy vines and bamboo than I week. end of each month I must prepare I Newnan' Lake Te years ago -Secretary 0'I 1 WOoiworths S an lit cent le.lDr. &e Just I' s. ,.

I' j are that we are to steal the portable water "I guess this Is just like. or a written statistical and State John Foster Dufcs ..I blue wud like a rat fin that II Elcri Sewing Sl A

going to win here, but not over stored In these follows" similar to. Korea In that we are command rvalution of the battalion fl atomic wea would be' o yeUo. (tos are the it t. And a PJ.

night It will take some time. Ifweioetthlacoussirywbichlathe About mid November King plagued with long periods of I'm advising That I did Still Searched I tactically ajiirut IarMJsioo !cUs that 1 would like besl S

f wrote his suiter. Mrs. Roy How- twrdora interrupted by short periods -for the month of November, in Europe Colors I Y don't have Less

I f entry Into southeast Asia there eli 'Of Bradenton. There was of intense MIL based on facual. recorded observation Search efforts confined today Five .aIia Prime wOJ4, 1 da n t. Susan iW*

I 1 will be no telling what else win nothing IInuIII.labout It, except 'The lliitexi States la wasting maintained by myself for two m D Mul-) ra Jlwarl Nehru reJected 'troll at nther small .

." I p to the Reds." that It Included page from another millions of dollars a year having and Sgt Jones .ta each day's Its and J P. wb d a Q Boys a. record o t Bach I C

October10- letter, which presumablyhad advisors here. These people operation. not a ; trip proposal CmU S.n1 i, o 1 Other Dar Santa

"On your question of Christ been meant for a friend In dont know what they don't "For the report to be of any last Monday osj NewaaisLake. I their border.a t. Lve Susan I I food Orisaas J

msa.ther.isnothinhlcanthisok service know and are either too proudor value, It must be truthful and tine year ago I year.Do. I

of that I need. I would appreciate It read. In p.1rt- too stupid to admit It. accurate and this b the mannerin More than Ii boats and belt- ..onneon a Pifl''Dear' Sna! think I tf b

I your just adding whateveryou ". .'theae weapons are completely They listen to our advice and which I prepared my report copters searched the formed o the ct,, !* I ln good J If I have b-

planned spending on me to worn out I can take agree that we are right and AD essential and Important mite lake SIY. and-land impact t poaible arms ec ??,., I boy thus ba very If ;thing 11 me. I I tal

I the children's Christinas. an unexpended JO-ciliber round go right ahead and execute parts of the report had to berated parties he woods Inns 0 reduc- ,ds l."a but ma) I can 'not bring It wW I .

"It certainly it lonesome ben .of ammunition and drive It'A operations that violate ev unsatisfactory, showing around the lake.I .n- de I dle.i lel b"ln, 9ear. Will ,a I love you Santa wry m

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I President's 'Frantic' Pace Not Harmful, Says Doctor 1

Associated By FRANK Press" E.Science CAREY Writer I'the President Is in fine shape to' ever since Ms severe coronary Dr. Hurst professor and Earlier In the weekend Dr. ate examlnaUonspreviously- rushed to the -Bethesda Md. Prwldent In unique in
WASHINGTON (AP) !weather the next four strenuous attack In 1955- Indicated Johnson I chairman of the Department ol James W. Cain of the Mayo I unannounced each had made,U.S. Naval Hospital where to handle hIs ability
I man In ill the world and demanding years. may even have an edge on Medicine, Emory University Clinic Rochester Minn., pronounced of the President at the White Hurst was then chief of the that many complex: problems
Indeed, Dr. John Willis Hurst t, other of his 56 School of might be frustrating
many men yearsin ( Medicine Atlanta the President in "ex House during the past two cardiology division. to
Jbhnson'i heart someone else
-who has been keeping regular coping with the physical and Ga. made tne statements In a cellent health There Is nc I weeks. Each stressed they had and he Is
cardiologist -said today tabs on the President's heart!emotional stresses of life. telephone Interview.He health reason why he should not t made the examinations only' Pointing have out that about m physically strong anj tireless
years now passed sine(
Dr. Hurst discounted any thus betame the second continue an active vigorous tile, because they happened to be In'Johnson heart attack and "Many of the problems relayed
s that
You've Heard About Them thought that the President, physician among the Presidents for many )'tars." Washington for other reasons I Johnson has shown to travel that other people
1 no
since taking office has been, team of doctors to give In fact. Dr. Cain added. "1 Dr. Hurst said his first contact toms relating to hia heart symp 1 ordinarily confront have been
Now- fee. maintaining a possibly 'an up-to-date and highly optimistic think he's In better health than with Johnson was on thatl.his convalescence from since eliminated as far as tie; Presi
the Initial
To'tntilHear ous "frantic" pace, as danger-j appraisal of the chief I've seen him in years." >ease day back in 1955, ,,, attack -Dr Hurst Slid dent Is concerned. And he frequently
and one doctor not : executives health as he approaches Both physicians gave their the then Sen. Johnson stricken |; does rest In an airplane.
Enjoy Th.irCHUCK his case has_put it _I _his I Inauguration.._--.J appraisals. I .I _on_the basis of_sepa by a coronary attack was J) "Following has been his extremely convslesrenrehe actl\e,.people"As far and as shaking meeting crowds hands of Is

F= and vigorous and this of''concerned he Is really at his
& course, Is his nature. best, and actually relaxing
JEANNE u. S. Plane Ignored Orders to Land "Since! he has had no difficw- while be'. doing it He gets
I ty I from his heart In nearly 10 much stimulation out of such
: rand years, he Is now In a very favorable l activities, rather than feeling

VocalistDince from : Was Shot Down Egyptians DeclareCAIRO !ins' health group outlook It Is my Is that belli of that any fatigued Dr Hurst" reiterated Dr.

other i apparently healthy Indi- Cain's view that the only
v I h'Idtial of comparable age." present health problem the
NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. (AP The Egyptian ntcrccplod the plane as It start"d ernments were cooperating Ir 'IolI ton oil man, Will rp<".tPdl 'Men asked about posiitlr! President faces Is that of keep<<
ATUNITED government said today a US I across the Sinai Desert southof the Investigation o be "In a highly nervous and I a Iverse physical tffU from ing his weight down.
oil company plane shot down Aqaba, Jordan, and orderedit Although embassy sources ipset stale" In Houston I the apparently fast and rigorous I The medics would like Johnson
LIQUORS near Alexandria Saturday Ignored to land at Cairo Airport. said they viewed the situation Mecom earlier this I pam the President has hf'ton': to shave 10 pounds from his
repeated orders to land. After starting to set down with the utmost gravity both signed 40-year( contract giving year !keeping especially 'present!! 200.___
Lamplighter[ Its American pilot and Scandinavian official reports said the plane governments appeared to be him oil wildcatting rights in "' campaign Dr. Hurst'',
Lounger copilot were killed. resumed Its northwesterlycourse. trying to prevent the Incident of Jordan. He Is a close friend allsa id- I 00.100f -
.- They were identified only as It was shot down over from Increasing the strain In of Kina HiHidn, and the "We must remember that :00.7,00b ,
I North Main at N.W. 10th Ave. Hoyt Williams 44, of Texas and:Lake Idku on the shores of the U.S.-Egyptian relations resulting monarch visited him In Houston people react differently to dif e 00
: '.*. Cocktoil Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 p.ma. Kejel Grup, 35, a Scandinavian. :Mediterranean, the government from the sacking a month after they signed the contract I tenant' stresses of both a phvsl-
Pay For A "Smgle" Get A "Double" A US. Embassy spokesmansaid said. :ago of the John F, Kennedy cal and menial nacre TheMMjIUHtAn.tUNWtlMl soiijri"of'AAR
the plane a twin-engine I The pilot apparently filed a Memorial Library In Cairo by a '1
Fairchild C82, belonged to the flight plan an hour before takingoff mob of African students Santa Clans "........ I 4ir5'
John W. Mecom Oil Co.of Houston from Amman. Egyptian authorities David Frittzland, US. consul { .. .
MakeYour Tex. normally take a week general at Alexandria, visited Is 'Hooining' M f1FS3fN6ER.Aar
I ser afi[!! The plane was on a flight to approve a flight plan and the crash site Sunday. Eyewitnesses Piae1-
FOR from Amman Jordan, to there appeared little doubt that reported some of the SANTA CUts Ga. (AP) 4l1 BE OUR GUEST
; Benghazi, Libya, to buy drilling officials here were not promptly wreckage appeared to be puny Santa Claus Is on the move this ..... ..... CHRISTMAS EVI
Call 378-1635 detergent for Mecom's operations informed of the flight tured by bullet holes Christmas season. .... Watch Our Ads
in Jordan a company The U.S. Embassy said It had W, Angle Smith the Mecom We're doing rather well In. AIM Orae! 4
spokesman said requested a thorough analysisand company's foreign representative Santa Clam, we feel"
i The Egyptian government review of the Incident. It left Houston for Cairo Sunday Bill Salem said today "We Mayor have KIDDIE MATTINEI SAT. 10 A.M.
said two Egyptian MIG fighters'said the U.S. and Egyptian KOV- Mecom, a multimillionaire_i our first street being paved "THE BIG CIRCUS" ON SCREEN
Reindeer Street

The mayor said the population 10 ALL TIME GREAT
of C
the city has Increased from SIn e
10 to M at present. "W'a've HANK WILLIAMS SONGS
BUDGETSpecial Issued permits for three or four
,new homes and are looking forward .
to an additional 12 tJMt t

Cut From Corn-Fed Porkers! Swift's Western soon During," he the said Christmas season,

Salem said, letters from all over
the: world arrive to be post.

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Wk.fi raw pnblaer. fer a ..
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DEAR ABBY: My daughter' mother-in-law Invited my DEAR BOY-SEEKER: I don't recommend smoking, TRICKED MEN T7IERES HAVE VOU /AWGHKRFULI .<*O' cPUSSOy0Uft5IRRITATIS" I U.
daughter and her family for Christmas dinner, which li no big or wiggling (at any age). You could work on \ HO CHRISTMAS PRESENT < SEEN A > ONE! -r \ F-FIRE ?
big deal, because she has a fine big home with plenty of your personality, but It yon should happen to "attract" f I FOP MEHERETFERE'SNumM'HEREFcEPr PRESENT ENGINE. "
help In the house and ihe won't have to stand in the kitchen at age 12, what OB earth would yon do with him? 71IATK10. HERE?
and prepare It herself. Well, she told my daughter to "bring
her mother." I don't care for second-hand invitations. 1 S S S

have a telephone and it wouldn't have hurt this woman to
pick up a phone and Invite me herself. Just because I'm a DEAR ABBY: How does one tell a dear friend who is
poor widow and haven't a big splendid home to Invite her a handsome, well-groomed refined gentleman that the
back to is no reason for her to treat me like dirt. What do time hft goes! to his barber he should ask the barber tl .
you think of a person who Is this cruel and stuck up? move a lar"". unil{htlv blackhead on his rteht cheek, : ::1 ..-

A POOR WIDOW nose? It detracts from his otherwise clean-looking LI _
I :"..
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DEAR WIDOW! I think you art looking for a reason to be ,,
"mad" at your daughter's mother-in-law. Be grateful that DEAR SAN: I would never suggest that a barber

she asked your daughter to bring you. The womaa may be ANYTHING from the face of a client. What appears to I NEWER WENT TO :.Y NOBOPV'S ASTir/VE TO
guilty of thouhgtleisnesi, but don't label her as cruel and stuck "blackhead" could be a mole, growth discolored wart, MEDICINE SCHOOL YE ou'PILL PEDDLER
up. number of other things which neither I nor a barber Is TO PRACTICE INNO fl7I
S e r fled to diagnose If a man Is a "dear friend," tell Urn to .- BARN U
DEAR ABBY: I am a year-old girl and I have a prob a dermatologist for a professional opinion. e I

lem. A girl friend of mine can attract boys very easily. She I
smokes, swears and wiggles. Her personality Isn't too good S e e
and she Isn't that pretty. I don't smoke, swear or wiggle.{
I have a pleasing personality and I'm fairly pretty. How can CONFIDENTIAL TO "FOUR EYES" IN STUDIO
I attract a boy without really trying{? CALIFORNIA Men have been known to make passes at
UNSUCCESSFUL BOY-SEEKER who wear glasses, depending upon their frames.e .


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Monday Evening this new method of teachIng O CBS News Special 10.30 O m What's This '
1:00: B Wells Fargo mathematics. (Special) "Christmas in O I Lave Lacy 6 O

O Mike Douglas 1.00 B Andy Williams Appalachia" focuses 0 n DrUm 0
I.ZS O Moments In Sports (Color) Andy's Christmas the bleak holiday expected 10.45 Q World of -

1.30 O Newscope show spotlights comic In poverty stricken Forms (1OuWE MAD ) arB A LAUGtt..A THArs RIGF1 I THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN! US"13 ,
B World ClvlllzatloaI.5S Senor Wences; the Young Southern A p P ala e hla. 11155 O m News .rt ENOUGHe- DRUNK TELLIN'ME AM A DRUNK/ THAT rvt FINALLY RECOGNIZED THE FACT
: m (Color) News Americans vocal group, Charles Kuralt Interviews 11:00 O CD t I HAD ENOUGHit THAT I MrHrN ) 'RE EVADING\ Ill NOW(
1.00: O News, Weather, and the Williams broth- residents of the oncebusycoal O Andy Griffith 1 j ; YOURSELF GET A SHOWER.BATHROOM) COLD AND OHI TAKE _>
Sports ers Don, Dick and mining community 1 11:11 a Scope I
B Sunshine Almanac Bob. Andy's sister Jane of Whltesburg, Ky. 11:30: O m (Color) I
1.30: B m News steps out of the audienceto 10M: O To Be Announced Q McCoysO
7.00: 6 Zane Grey help with "W h It. 11:" O O News, Weather, New Horizons 3LL.I
O Perry Mason Christmas." Osmond Sports 120: 0 m (Color) Say !
B What's New-Children Brothers, Nick Castle D (Color) News, Sports, O Love of Life
ID Movie dancers, Dave Grusln Weather O Industry on '
'Friendly P e r s uaslon." orchestra.O 11:25: O Movie 12:11 O Geology 107
7:30: B Story of Christmas Lucille Ball "The Farmer's D a u 11"-" 12.21: O News
Special (Color) Tennessee B Elijah Muhammad ter." ((1947)) A Swedish 12.30: B CD (Color)) I
Ernie Ford hosts this (Special) "The Messenger country girl takes a Job ConsequencesO
"Story of C h r 11 t man" from Violet Drive." In the home of a handsome Search for

B Folk Festival In an Interview filmed In young Congress 12.4S O Guiding Light I R WATTHIA4N000"
ufe HA* SAID
i, 1.00: O I've Got A' Secret his Phoenix home Black man Loretta Young, Joseph O Visiting Spanish I TiM8 00 H/4 orrt
I B Los Pastorss Muslim leader Elijah J Cotton, Ethel Bar. bore H6. PISM6 DRIES* /
(Special) Background and Muhammad discusses his rymore, Charles Blck-I 12.SS: O News thaL"r FOB vt7bt,
highlights of "The Shep belief that there should ford Rose Hobart, Lex CD Local News MOM / 'i1
herds," a miracle play be a total separation of Barker. (One hour. 40 O Midday
presented at San Jose Negroes and whites I In min.) CD (Color) TV I
Mission In Texas. T h Is the U.S.; his economic I 11.31: O 03 Johnny Carson O Quest For
version of the Christmas plans; and his prophecyof (Color) Comedian Alan 1:00 O News, Weather
story derives from the a Judgment Day for King subs for Johnny to CD Jack La Lanne
10th-century drama which White America. night. Announcer: Ed 1:15 O Focus IO

was brought to America. 1.30 O Many Happy Returns McMahon. Skltch Hender Elementary
1:30: O Project so-Documen son conducts. 1:30 CD (Color) Let's
tary o James Reston TUESDAY A Deal
(Special (Color) ,"The (Special) "Power and Morning and Afternoon O Humanities CoIl tl e aIL
Coming of Christ. Masterpieces Responsibility of the I.N O Sunshine Almanac O As the World
of the late MId- Press." James Re a ton, I.IS: O Sunshine Alamae O Christmas

dle Ages and the Renaissance associate' editor of the O Sunrise Semester 1:55 CD News CONTRACT.I CAN'T MAW UI M LONG R A THAT) IM UNOCOldill GOOD IVtNINO1! I'M OCU.Y IAJCTON, ,

illustrating passages New York Times, talks ltS a Living Words 2.00 O Password YOU tVRYWHLRL I FAIL ?O*. A Off WHO WANT TO MMME MR fTAUl MTK-IN LAW -AND IT
In the Old and with Richard D. Heffner 1:30 a World CivilizationID O I CD Loretta. Youn WITH ME, MRS.WORTH; WITH w GLAND DAIRY FARM,I'M HUM NO 5HUIOCK HOLMES 10 DEDUCE
New Testaments, relate about the role of the Gospel Music O Sign Off THAT TO THL MAKE IMML-MAKER CERTAIN STAYING 5INGLI! THAT YOU AM MISS LADDIE MAClAUN!

the story of the comingof press In America. Res-- MS O Pastor's Study 1.30 O CD DoctorsO FOR"aONNIL LASE"OATMULIIAS _
the Messiah: His birth, ton discusses "mana e d IB HI. Neighbor House Party NO UWCHAPt CD / I4,
life and ministry Alexan news," a phase he coin- l.M O Farm and Home 1.00 O m Another oATCSI x ; -.

der Scourby narrates as ed; "trial balloons": 7:00 B 09 Today O To TeD the :: :
cameras use a still-pic I news '"leaks" and the O Local News, Weather J.M O News v

turn In action technique history and evolution of 7M O Ranger Hal 3-30: Q (Color) You l lHs LHr
J to create the Illusion the press. 7M O Local News, Weather Say
of movement. First 1 0:00 O ID Alfred Hitchcock I:" O Captala Kangaroo O Edge of Night
telecast In December "Memo from purgatory. IN O Divorce Court m Popeye's Pals _
I' I960. A young writer becomesa O Bachelor Father 4.00 O Match Game 1WsLi.co
O Andy Griffith member of a Brooklyn CD (Color) Romper Room O Secret Storm
O Camera Three Juvenile gang to gather 1:30 O Jack Benny m Woody
"The New Mathematics." material I I for a book. CD Jack La Lanne 4.2S: e News says ua toeRATiRUL ansi en oars ca WILL -NOTA5a5T1 :. THEY AU 5VCN
Dr. Howard Feahr of Due to the serious natureof 11:00 O Make Room for Daddy 4:30 O Willful PrincessO THAT Wi 1H555 nXACTLYARa CANYON, Wa as Closes THAN Ii;
HSLCSD WITH lHa pierces. suaRNOT Pawl, cLON TD Till ploT
Columbia and DorothyRom I the show, Hitchcock of. O News Best of Groucho: ; slim cm MIS eoW RILLAS ALONq TNg sin'nb 000oROYTs outs.l B
a TV teacher discuss (ers no closing quips or CI Arithmetic m Movie wiii.a Ns WAS- I TD eaowr
,, -
and demonstrate banter tonight. CD Cameras Please "The Second ? ,

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-- With Art Diichwold. 1 'r

Medal of Honor _. :a 1'/'


a, gsa, ms AM! z KaEP YOU
WATCH n>0*
WASHINGTON The Christmas trance where he managed to He rushed Into the department I'he recovered II OOMIN4 cons SURa To ens Lies A C Wi NS MANNERS OR YOU,
Shoppers' Honor List has gain ground and fight his way store and was Immediately the floor be remained pcA'oss A5AM 5NJQY WONT GIT
Just been published and medalsof through to the second floor flung to the ground by a hun lutely still and the J 0054 N14 FOOD: ANY15iNia
heroism were passed out to where he established a bridgehead dred angry women shoppers. left him for dead, A few
this year's recipients In a moving in front of the electric Though his leg was crushed and later he made his escape. r 5
; ceremony In the Rose Car- train dl play. Though suffering his arm broken, Dedmon crawled Interviewed later all Mr. v R
den of the Department of Commerce from shock he j f 4
managed to rally to the counter and captured ers could mumble, was '
Families of the recipients his patrol and keep them' a nightgown which was torn yeah, yeah'."
gathered there to see their together I out of his hand. Suddenly someone The lat medal went

men decorated with the Christmas Under heavy fire, he made a threw down a pair of lounging Robert Yoakum of -
Shoppers' of Honor reconnaissance pajamas on the floor which j
mission of I h e Connecticut Mr Yoakum
given to those who have risen .. ,
Mr. Dedmon covered with \ ,
second floor before he was forced Jils to New York to go v .
the call of when'U
beyond duty
1 to retreat to the first floor. body, thus saving the lives of shopping with Ms
: came to purchasing gifts for
hundreds of in
customers the
Mr Stern returned to headquarters also promised to take
the holiday ...alOll.I .
building. He managed to crawl
Informa- see the Christmas show
I The first person to be cited lion which made it possible for towards the door with four purchases I dio City Music Hall I +a CJnnM SonXkNCW r..x tr0NT ANV1MIM& camANT TAR. MIS<,mil'AND Cie Lee rwn.Mrs THIRTY I've ieee ON THE FCClTLrai> TUB
was Mr. Phil Stern, a horticulturist his wife to attack on the following and, when asked to SUN when Mr Yoakum rr* mee nreoiMAM WM Awe\IniAM.ASOMT.rr.MAMT.. FAMER NOT MTM lest- TIMS Z MC CWt CP neoe IVW/ties MTU TO TAU VS
render be said 'Nuts't"Mr. !
from Nyack New York. Tuesday line around the Music WMNIN6 NNKS IT wITH WU!! _
: !r! / TO eeE MV V
Henry Rogers of Los Angeles tuRNs *W JTOMAOl'TT >> _
Mr. Stern decided to take his His actions were in the highest said: THAT Iaa+t4' .'FAT./ER: 1 'ai5. ,
four children to F. A. 0 California was the third f/A
tradition of the Christ m I nmappers' recipient of the CSMH.: "Order Tra not going to
the store a'
Schwsrtz. toy on -
afternoon two weeks Corps and gave inspiration ed by his wife to go to a dis llne.
Saturday i
to other fathers who count record house to buy several So he ran up to Jhe :
before Christmas. Despite! '
warnings that It was a suicide refused' to leave Nyack during Beatle records Rogers arrived the theater and tried to .
holiday season.Mr. his
mission, Mr. Stern attacked I Just as school vacation way In.
the Fifth Avenue aide of the! Emmett Dfdmon of had started. In hand-to-hand, His medal was awarded
'cao was cited as fellows: combat with several screaming humously to his widow
store, but was repulsed by over- :;
forces. Decision heard there was a sale teen-agers he manage" to wrest' .said as she tearfully
whelming enemy on lingerie at Marshall Field's records from I
three them before U from Secretary of
Refusing to be defeated he I and without hesitation volun-; he was thrown against a Hodges: I''
than struck the Mth Street en leered to take on the mission. hUl set and knocked out When I I "Bob was always lie

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: CLASSIFIED ADS IOC".,""'11.1'.."........... I

I ; Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads ore for non comm.rcial..r. telling merchandise priced sassj co

4 $3 ot $100 or lost with the selling! price stated in tho ed. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days e No refunds for ads thot

10 1 tAYS LINES string quicker action. FOR1FEAl

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

L. 10 PITS SUPPLIU IS Howioo Pan Sal. I I IS Km*** For Sal.P715 15 Houooi 'M S.I. IS H."... ,.. 5.5.I IS Homos For Sal.rSR2 15 HeiiM for Sale IS HOUIM 'M S.l. \W.. I IarOo03i 55.11p. .,,I'."..

tOVEYt.E50 1 II Homo 0..'" SAL. IY OWNE" 1 'R, Z 2 BR, 2 tain iludy double car- BR, I baSh, 1 I bath tons In Caro01. YOU CAN lAva siam this SYOWNER- .... eorport 111I' ...'" In kit<
THE TIME I Wallll. 0i155 and 8IaIIUSSUPONIE3.,$8005 550551 Il505.gls5..Ud 1101up. .11155.., "......... 3.460. 5545csrsluctlie. bath CCB. Ideally oltuatod, I Mod ....... tern room, bullMit' kitchen" room, built, 1It"I= tat... PHA mortgaged, tow down S SM. I both homo central heat, X 100'. Mtdy 101. Soar f.rc.d. ., 101"_
; ; CHIHUAHUA Suyap may ipia from J. J. Plnley ochaol ot 105fireplace cant hoot, .... -C 114.100- Host, Men M:. '".fIII area ymartard reotonaMo' month built In kitchen corport andltoiao Near echooll a _II... OM 61monlhly. : .
111. Call PR MUM e-MOS. docoritionar Act lot. flnonceo liW 7ItI P5 M..y nleo Iootu... t'H ....., sn '.. 41N si Mih A,,.. SOI mo MIS" II flIts' Tor.Eud r: poyrmnt.: 1741 Hi Kith. Av*. ..... Cell J7e47a. Smell _",. MIS N.W. ...
Sale' by owner. Coll M S-50O bookaholve, air CardOboist' Tor. Bud 110111._. F* ...M. __ 11...,.... '11 tfU.irrounded or coM PR HI' Bth (t. 171-3M7. III I... .,

:IS NOW. II wp55S SLACK III 1 Poodlea yo.' .... eoa"Ice trom I. 571I. S NO QUALIFYING and Call 374-5770 othero. for ReaMnabl1priced. *...... I ,11I. cea ....... 1ft NW 5e1515.Pa. I BR I .bath CS. Encellanl con.dltlon. Lovely new SELL 4Hem AT COST. In Molor, BEAUTIFUL S 1It' S oath*, CCB .,.".',.as A.t II.I .
151 willi papaIS." Phalli 464 Better then hew S SR, S both. norm SWIMMINGPOOL ., Islrr.taIa 73. 100 I 20' yard, Built In rang* Si *von.N Gardens 3''* srI S of e_.... .. home, built a kitchen, lorranoMoon padYcl3ad 17.'
1463.iT.rSNs. claw M Llttlewood School. Ton "" with Llguatrum "hedge, cash down, pay Ilka mil ttl ..,. Beautiful wooded toll for Can heat, IIS I 100- comer
,ran Moore, alt white .weili. Pop SALE BY OWNER, I SI price woe t>MO reduced now to per ma. M* SB1 M 17Q.K05 SaIL' wilt negotiate prk. Drlv tot, doodle carport '''.100 FHA, "1',
: Have "Oil "IITM"'L I boautltul dropea, dreamkitchen. homo. S blocks from Univ. AvaH071. ".'00, (500 equity' and tk. Vppayment rounc II.... S7MUO or 371' .SO 400,1. 1100. arl L.... ..-." ,.,. ..
Do You Hlmalavam' ,' houae I broken Mack reeeoneblypriced. part .Par.olene central hoot and alp conditioning.Pey 55005 .Slits 5565 Pisces Ii !. C.IIII..IOI. I STWOOO both Colonial area, Central new A-C 1 ,55,5 treat MS.SV Soy 110M 311-31111. 011. fI"..

: :. A. Room InqulrlM, Invited. Phone Incl.OJOM ,asH._ uaurn and Inwronc 0141 pelme. SPACIOUS 'S bedroom DIV bath me.oanrv SUY HAPPINESS Si I1P.SICH oil aea at 111! NW flat 0,. 110) par OWNER beoulltul horn for I itory fr.'. .III Marty town, :rhrLsl In ooo.
m S. Stool Homobuilt
Ey kwditln. U.
3tOHl.OERMAM. Ralph. FOIMV, Realtor II W EASY TO BUY I homo with 1oX3T SWIMMI m rhlo : mo. low down payment. 171-3170 salt. hi NW etcllon, s blockS fromMyr 11._ Good term Shady tot.Pithing .
Ace.l.als Univ.' ""1"'. NO pool. Located In the NW HO""l. or ITHett Terwlllloor' school Mutt be ailS nearby. Call Helen
: Apartment $ .... Pomelo' I yeer .''d. Re*. This charming S SR, I baSIs IIomo oocnon lint outelo' the city tip.It. Phon 1IH631' -I.tor. I* a value, packed 1 er, 1 ass,, t* .oo _,...... Call Mprte Belyoat' *t M.M.\\ 1J16.FOf
_."'.. Coil STB-ml feelwaen In lilt PAst,! ere can a* bougnfor .. Ills .K an ncaptlonal buy Model Horn Oponln every. Sun.from "both Horn near OHS. Ct 3.4555.BUY MARY MOELLER REALTOR
: House to Rent? and. P.M.\ only (1,000 down and Old .t SUMS. I '.M. S P..M. IMI N. A-C, ....- LPJ plus fireplace.'ORDYCIl' 101* W. Univ. Av*. PR 4-MTI.
____ M monlti. Kitchen' h quipped W. M PI.Comaar SUit III ___ ahdy. DIIIICT P1OM PUILDIS ASS'oec'
POR SALE pony, eeddle and t.t' yerd TIM BUY of ttvyoar ... and nMuzod: iSR _'..... 5 '
: LOVELY 1 bedroom m 1M"'.. Spill coltEUILDEP.wIlt, .1 Sbinrsair Irg "nee toys pl"ly ,
REMEMBERrent bridle Ills. Alto free pupplet.Phone ot '1.000. Call now t* lee air .5155, S bathe kitchen quipped, ISTI
level mooonry horn located m S fully RlA
PHI or VA S10I NE lOtS Tor.
OR 5.7135. the NW aectlan loot hnld the .'OU'LI 'U" IT UV5.IYTiMS ASSOCIATES INC. .onk'
FHA DID YOU KNOW? city lImits ONLY SHIM wOn Pasit. medals ,1SI1. .. :Ha W. Univ.' )7t-l34: Muoh_ 1055' .... Inc 17..7t71.I DIet.t.h ouldOo.

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Poved .... 114,250. lnmod. .>. I both CB homo In oat. .S MODEL 52111' _ml..I.... ,.,_ oPHo. Low down oayt, *7> mo. No quailM'IRY ,.
YOU MORE VAOAROND TRAILER I SR location' for (300 dowi I bedroom tout" en large .,.., p.s eons I, ,
NE only
COSTS .. S bed.roomi I.
occupancy .
well londtcoped lot 'luit Tt mlleaKBuSsr"OWN"WIU Sarly American dn. ( "eAT'
11551 .
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(ood tend. Keel. buy ot ..... end (M par month Corner tol. two full IMt.... Ol built- MOELLER REALTOR 1101
that Wrli or ee* J. Allen Savage INCOME Fenced bock yard. Setter col Control heat SIll H. W. OlIN Hugh IQlt__W Univ.' Avo. "" Htn rt ...'
ad in and "
: than the .. oven rang 1"eII, ,.... 315.1511 'UN VI .155,5505 "
it $5
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.,.,11. Cltly limits, otter I '.M. flcloncy sp$. WIll Cad lor Information 1400 = PIll, (to per :month: :: : 'j 5555 YOU MOVING TO OCAl At 1. A... W.lmorl.nd. AusIl,.. .,-.1011.fufNoW.
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: will rent John MerrillRealtor Edwirdl aVIs
UNIVERSITYREALTY Move Ini 17t7t71 Hugh < on alsori pUles Tsvraoa Bodreom 1 Vi batht. 921
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KINO, I... NI 11th' SI. ond Km Asa tloo... CIII PS 6.ssiS lot .... 00'11
aSserts., ScIt.oia aed IIIooolnt can.tar. NE 5th Ploc. NowRanch
fcre's. what your .a N W lltl) II.I1IUII I BR I loth. CS. Carpafetf. Sun MULTIPLE. I SR homo In Mlghltnd Court Man.er tone-. trade. On large.tor UndKOood simIlar Itomo M. Will lit New Brick Homes Slyl. with Woitom tIes....tes'Iptiala uodO'
LISTING' club membenhlp.
IK* Itovo and. *..... 0 0 OUHcarport 0.1..111. ''ce rarou from fireplace end Intldo bar. end ....' t
COSTS .. flood llnoncho.. till 1111 N. Main SI. Ph. 371-41 PHONI ASJOCIATI1AAARCELLA! m MM ad yard, mcoilont. Ph. 377-7500 financial. arrongemente. 515,005 III 111,000 Sail McKleay0net lisSlaploss bcu. make on offr a ...'hlo Ine
vacancy MOBIL lOOMS FOR SAIl 1M] W. M. Munroe\ Realtor, Sullies, 1713117.ONL' I.
Dotroltor, 10 5 10 1 BR front Atmi .. .. McLeughlln" PronlRoby .. \\ rARDI FortorHeight w. want to nova it thIs" w.11' 5Is. I<
; YOU EVERY DAY kit, email equity end tok. ever MARY Roy McCenn, T. C. Doug W. H BUCKHANNANVEWMON McKINNEYGREEN S MIN. f'om demoltoso, atadUnIv. yoar. .. .N131h
III Jr. PULWOOD Iy owns'. 0 U. I batH on rtl _payment Phono sn4741.CONNOLLY. I A lot. Relrlg t. ....,. ....rch... ISS4 '*'- bulIMn kitchen ..... '
: until It Is rented: I MOELLER price 115,000, 1101." mo. 11500 equipment, can neat, VA no Open for viewing 3 BRand _37. !
I. DEATON dn, |vt per cent I.'...... SM ot down ...-. PHA from (70S 2 bathi. Brand now
Mobile,. Homo ..,... Ire. I S PARRISHPRESENTS LASSITERREALTY 1020 SW 23rd II. LOSS bedroom moblli homoi. Mane REALTOR SCaLlOPS .I Connct owner collect. "'.". with superb Sf
IF RENT! YOUR floor pi.... 7 yeor ttnonclng.Drive I lard _..... Cspltsl Build,", Is.. throughout. 381 $ NW 8th

IS out today. 3 mile South Oil W. Univ. Av*. PR ....n CORNER LOT ONES rjii Spa Place 4 eta itreetOPS A...
: IS: PER DAY : of Oalnoovlllo on" U. S. * ]740tnMARRICO THE POLLOWINO NOMRS ottroctlv Northwoit arIa 'This I I.I Call VS4M
MUST I cltont neighborhood convonlantPhon *r S7e77SSLI W. liars loll on1
OR IINOLI look It I I. W. Mealier' ,..... KttttlChorllo baa Unlveralty Lovely' brick norm II SOLD THIS" MONTH TO I spacIouS rasilatsCs with morthan to schools .... _... PItA .
iJspwd.y. floor1PKO
)15pvIm.. $ Sharon Gras' .. OUALIFY POR HOMESTIA I 0 loot squall toot of loll *f .....
treat trailer' s > If: wIlt a VI > Myo large living room ... dlnlniroom I Includot I ooporit* d I n> Jup 0.O57051y. .
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ISO .per COI\I\\ P .. ITIL' PUSNI3HSO.Paym..ts I nice honda room. A study whlcllo Mated end. 4 I.droont Modl In
fis per mo. .. H.U .5W day(64Pi lower HIM SolOs. rent FRED compMaly wooded"lot,..1.. Located.dll.. 4 beeutltul BEDROOMS bulll-ln t bath kIt centre ONI YEAR hoot, aIr, condltlonad., This homo .to ncluilvoly THESE SHADOWLAWN JACKDEYOT it'
welkin .
nd you can ash for good return. listed with McKI n n .,
OLD, 01,000 down
ARNOLD appx. auumemlg ISTATISF. .
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m*. ., .1' per day llMplnoj, erects homo J. J. FINLEY a s AIrCSSIOI1IUCSo'Sa Indlvldu! .
NORTHWEST t Mil with low down Just on Wool. horn lor. lorgo Suiit-la Kitchen. Style For You
.. a.D .por dayPg supply poy MODERN\\ MULTt- LSVIL S SRI family who noadi loll of room e Ponced Yep Well ajaniMd living aroM"rna1'
fO..per m* TRAILER SALES ... mont and Immodl*!* __.*..,.
Hilt 1 I
Will bo. mo family mot both w-lg family: room. North 4 I S. I .both Flo. ,m., Canlrahaot. a Plreplac' "'* malarIal> > WO1*
EllIs CKrls Stan.Immott .
.per mo. .. .." pay day 1701 Waldo' Rood Nf.Clirf _room I both .beauty WItS getidlihwuKor large Fomlly, lust ttie homo. 4 .bad.. mast 111,500 with astray I Iva Ideally located within S I M a S SR S balls CCB Mem*, .'", Ray
Flicker Mgr. 174noiMOBILS disposal', cnH-' .., .. .
nd No .
S "' .IIIyI.. MOVI IN. Fnyoditroato
tho tchool -
blocKo of A HollowoyFhen.
room, I "bath, fmlly room, chlldrone located near Khoola. Null MilImmedletely. S) community VM would 555.
mo. .. ..*s rr dayp HOMR SPACSAVAHAOLS dras a i (ood ochool ntorby aIi's playroom, "..pi... In II*. Booullhil tot Very roeionableSown proud to lIsa In
SM per 1 l.w prlco II ....100 wIth FINLEY ARIA 4 SR In oncol I
S both lo ancondition
'In 1 lendKopeieeparata '' This proporty payment. May ... t 0,,,, 172-2511 ITh"
DIal. .sm I.. room beautifully sass ( Woif on NW. SHhAva. .
"HA asS-mS. on quiet deod ond. strait Control, undor 117,000
| per mo. .. ..U por dayPa Frogron Mobile Horn PortChorW amy y..... PrIced SaIl NE lOIN Drive past the Gist Sprint .> I
H MillS lorIS sit. 445 o.y. twit. NIc* yard. .Only 1700 down Can bo PHI Hnoncod wIlt lowdown par ._,......... Call ..,toe".... lii 5155" on Ht. 125 NW 13th St.
0) Hofrla' t* qualified FHA buys poymont-Cot ua thow youbotor
per mo. .. StOS per daypsms Mgr.Fhon CHMI9TMASSnont \\ lloeII Acr.o TO 0 U
4UI4MIE bath hams wIll ll80ra ross. this flno proportybuy. y
In mil lovely Ikylln Holihtihomo HIGHLANDS t 1111 S baSIs I It : Call. M 1-M17.
lIlY fomlli
S11S Hiring room
.. per UI TODAY -
CM bo your P0055. Choice raigOattipd, Illu
for *1.OU", will" letlify you promptly. Walt to i r1= room with flrepleca lanaI modrn 100. MOVI IN. FLASH j
|OS pw m* g.D per dn ond : many bright Chrlit. control SI,,. lir,o buIlt s In kitchen. Centraheat. NEWS Wo .... I \
m.._, M yra. contlnuoui Mobil .,... DOWN Yot, thIS" I lo nowo 10EXCITING
fomlly' rpm Buy bofom 12'I 57' bo bought to,
: : : =' do.1' Otis coo
Horn builnHi' I. North Florid a'm .
January lit ond : HumtitMdticomptlon. Only I o
: CALL 378-HH BUTTS MOBILE u;. oo" with, Mtrigood New both Lilting, centrally Almost now healed S bedroomS and olconditioned .I.:. IR InclvdM I t.... t I sara.... furnlthod.Ion than _Ho morkot Ooad condition vaiua.' Fully- YEAR END SALE
tormo. In Northweit" Nearxpenilvo
flame en large 100 ;I silo, 00 por month IncomeMutt ,00If''
:TO PLACE YOUR HOMES, I INC.NW TO MO tot ,In WlmBorly EltltelBuilt homo. IMMEDIATIOCCUPANCY. Do told by J... lit Wllconildor : p0or !
In kitchen unit. rooionablo. ollant I It
11th St. It till If. las mo ...... MI run. N. W.1oc.1I. MAKE AN OFFIR." lo InvoirlgitiCM 51 OF NEW HOMES!
: SUN RENTAL I 441 No. ot city' llmlto. .... CIOM, to tBopplix. I ,. priced to Sell Thn bad..... horn., CALL. would"! wait pay Call you PR .:NIt. 1965MODELS TotoDow'
Open I AM M I FM\\ church sod. tcnool ..... TOrn In good iwtheaat" neighborhood I li. '
a WANT ADS CLOUD SUNDAYS .lovoly, bodroomtt s "'I cn excellent condition, with I boautl 378-1521
P' I' Oral '. pivtd .,...... Only IN, fill Immadlof' ASSOCIATES Moo
I : too millS FHA or Convontton. I yard. occupant. J. Prod Ouy Jo/no ButtarwortCol. LIMITED NUMBER OF$1000 Down
12' WIDES with excellent '.H.A. tlsaitclng.litaotooalv.
T."" .. 00 ReaUor 4. W. DaIs H. J. Wlltihlr IN
I:1 : ..
: : .
I Schoolo ft laatvsctlaslaywELL.s iLL Two badmoin ...... I.I Win ( ,. Auoclit, Thomas W. RodlordMultlplo COMPLETED VA ,
2 BR under $4,000USE gOad .anditl.r 1IIIII IAIeIHI I Rd Suitli Allocltt.Ii1 Lilting_ th .
COLLSOr 01 u. .I..d 10 sur Wlands. IltMae. 1
IU ''Nn OUR for horn bvilnou.Unlverelty VilLAGEGREEN INCLUDES CLOSING
R11.. UTAH EXAM\\ OrSatiV5s. Calnoovlll iiewoit *ne) sail
a CLASSES RENTAL PURCHASE. Acres New weitildo nitrlcted
910W PORMINO.$ BEOINNINO PLAN ARNOLD oubdivlilon" el acre tell,: luiurlous prtment buildlnf '' .,

lot .Lewon ".... T u. ovenlm L_ ,besmadlara dome .ymonl Fovod. otreate, In.ldo..tore 03191cornen ,
Y3o ,.m. TOTAL COlT WIN. Outilo city' llmltithu :
P" "' !O7. Multiple' Lilting Monitor" NO CITY TAXES.
m" w. u.". ,.... 373.137Nssoclatan :
: r younelt e .,r. Hnoncln ..aIiaA46SEE Jon ColiMol" 'Uy batsra. lasuary 1W-ba Hors Extension IOOxlOOFt.Lot
"motlrJrci.rl.tmoo, Sift.: Colon el Jim Inoppord. lob KolkmoiF "Nd IxompllOll
Terry Price Horn Safety DAD AND BRAD LARSEN W. 14..... Jimmy Grass.
dent Short: tutur Cowre may omborroMmtnt eava the ol Wov LAId ASNEVATIAIIEIISAIES W.,,., 555445,0JWK_ NOW LEASING I S Top N.W. LocationS

M. M.
.. tirlouo kilury. Twenty 110.. On Kt. lot I mil* s. I. *fSSPOM G !
Ian toe tho comolete" eourto K..._ H.lgItISOpse Featuring e nero G.E. BuilMns
.. Ranch on the Willi.,... Rd. ......... aIM kes."" Electric: Kitchen.
ill Colon*! Prlcoprionally
Inilructlon by
Class. I Imtruction.to I Individual' Number sasidantaide :otiluoHflto auellty In you Mobil My Homoe oo* no, Aopro lot to. 372-8404 PARRISHMODELS Homes priced: from I I Premium Construction

tty limited, b ttVeiTcome imetelv M unite t* chooi @P0.S0.S.JS'sHdttuSp CHF.IITMAS will bo merry If yndocido II ASSOCIATlS, INe. $15.3(30 .' $18.275.

"lr.t lerved". to or. kIS to buy a noKonc* with oflroploco H. Macye Hill Hsiass, .,.... from $100 Near Schools
[hons S7MSM .Mtaa:7'' end. tECRETARIAL I ""srgtaha1 m..y 1155. lsHc"ii ltaedsesm Carolyt' Pay Mary P57211Iti Payments
m. HIIAmt.Wl80so 1,555 rs.m. famIly room will PIaI II. Tat 371031 j month up. YOUNG
Pa.IeI.sp NartalM..l outitondlni mtchtr" _
141014 ICI Salt to woll corptf* plus man1othor : -
50 585I50. Pua _101. AmakSOctanl Fmtlgo odroto < BETTER
$ $ P. 0. san 5MM. JIcKaSP.jt. reere In lilt Mobil Horn In Block Acroti ocuponcy < have fireplaces, paneled
fia, ,ni luslnsas,
within tow 2
o data family rooms

a.. IBM-New. cloiaeeo COURSES "SERVICE HAS BJILT SANTA 1I..IIIII.m."by *lvln ntOOOOOI your fomll'' full baths with Indirect HURRY!

formlns' Jan. 0.55aOOWSLL5 OUR BUSINESS" Ills' throo Mroom.. two bali I Now central V
Open :
!i W. Untu. A'.. PP ._350'! BAIRD MOBILE 11In'l: :: ... Complottlooulppod ducted heat. Italian
1 for o fotol. prko "
it Uv tMk Sup lldoPON "'.GOO 00 Tho tormo will pal1ata" NorthwestEstates .'u'- terrazzo floors. Only few
HOMES hipoy .... It onl, LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDfcsSwimmmt
lit UP otOuio only' 5l.000., last in toe_.
I6S S25 Room ,__
site 0* por monttilIPAP.KLINO root Rcrtion homes left
*i Chrhtmei PtSIUISSp543753 P5,5,55 I2t alaS Jet. 101 55 di. M Chrlltmoo, trot e ACidS ot Plcm* Ground a. Control Hof SEE OUR NEWLY
thll Immoculoto thn* bad...,.
10J CALVES .boot bred. Oil, I.*.*. SEE UI .. 0 01M two .both homo In plorldo For, e Confrol Ait Cost e laundry FocilitlooGarbogo iA- Buy Now To
Cerlton Dairy, ""m.. I..., Haw own poymenl lOiS. N lull who you lieS bass toolIng e Storogo solar a. Drop Chats FURNISHED MODELDrlv.
11Io.%.... Pt.' SUItS Mobile 15.515. I for. ....... live wk tm Louisa built ism.. N. e P.t.d) Flrkinf Araoo e Lihlsd Sidowolk* !
8 Call _1.1m ',..k HaS-na... Odd to tho oooutlful oottlng o ...Ie'" I tl..te, QUALIFY FOR 1965 HOMESTEAD
1517 NW 1J111: II. on on as.. tot. letS I .....,
"'leh"' .... sraln to lilt FEDERAL QUALITY VOUPJ homoi Now Year 030,0000 will .bo 5 hop" iMOjtlfullV weNll 1.15 I 376.4456 I north on Main St. EXEMPTION!
flmIt by lulng grain with CPA HOMES INC. III IbIS lar Nadream. Iw. PHONE or N.W. 13th St. to 39th
?, T" Blend CaHl' Supple." .N N W. IJrh II. OelneavimHO kolfi modonl klbby' Molghto'jlonncould All City *.It..ltl....*. Av.. Turn right Itaitl. to
"..1. moll .economical eeurce olprotein. ,. S-itlS Aid. Johnem, Mor. L..... sutarati 411155" .5555 tI's FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT E. 15th St. turn right
,. N $10 DOWN VA
bo Hilly convorttd. to NoNurttrwnt auaosaaassas ((24Hour Socvlcol. .
Alachuoo CABANA tor trallar, completely wctclnftnYOUI9G
.1\1\11.\ Oolneivllle er Florldo. rams Sliding gloidooro 'liouthi I
ctotM. SV U'. Can b* novel SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY I
o NW lOW St.S70MM 'Mod off mo llvino root AMERICA HOMIS nan on
M15WOST ...11,, Carnplet WOrN ill' hooter,. : : slotH lo FHA FROM $400 DOWN
ooifintihodo convon.Mntly
M a Icwoiy polio <
210 S.W.lllh ST. U.S. HWY. 441 AT E.
rug and now curtelne., 1330. SMJamoo .., I taft. MODELS
trooo. ihrubt o tocetod 00 the "
buckmin SACRIFICE"' Hellion vory nko charterRnna tyrfd Arnold *l Helley'l TrolleiCourt. tlooor Amonltloocludo to MM. of H.W SIN lire* '15th St ond JOtK Av*. I MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM

randy for training. prko control hMt Onruiiyoqulpood he* Stacks South at N.W, loth Bptler Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE Phon. 3727070.
0'2LII1Z413. Oak. CItY. Its PACEMAKE 10 II Mt I I ISI. : : dir 10-
front kit, sir' coMlllonoik irctxn. All OJ1
SUPPLIIS .*.*...... ..coIl"" condition' 701 cosh t. mortgogi. 75.16
: 10 .ITS On lorg ohedy let the orkl' Avoiiobjo.J.W. 10-6
"" 10 right. COIl M 474 COp WALTER STUBBSInc. Open DoUy
'AKC :1hrf. : pupa.a Tr.Il., panS Archer ltd. .
gltt.o .
A SMaralatiSi A mole' US. KIRKPATRICK:1111I' Sole. Office .t N.W. 16th An.I .
may be eaon 30U NE mn

TOiNSO. youn pointer oacrltlcoSau. IAKOS eeaulltul last .In N.Wlocllon. II. N. AItlll .: PR HtIIA. Phone 376-5394 I YOUNGAMERICA I end N.W. 39th T.rr.i .

Phono J76-8J47.! NKotod odlocont t* cltlllmlto "Plays MomloMA 1 Iron tunm THESE HOME VALUES I
with Mved ..._ lower. "We trade heusei"
A. Hot. i
Coo w. OIMCO UiN.
ENGLISH SHEPHERD city' *515... Alas' I.... tan sal' LOuIS Klrklond. Ion .rlttl! BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
po... w.'ello 8.80. 505055. Ibis on wold Rood I M S Mioi Sob Sops Butler Brothers BuildersDoily
1:1oo';;,. north ot Oporry. Down psyltan,
CHIHUAHUA. $25 and tormo ."....... ...................... !! HOMES

Macom Momoa. .In*
toaulllul' male puppy, AKC Rat, 011 V. O. McCoy l? nei. 372-9545 Night 376-9048
Meal lot pal a, Iscn = istiffibsaStltil. Pill Move in by Christmas I __
Kunllnpj, puremd weened and ,1Tt; : A110CIATII.RLEI5 INC. _
wormed. Melee il, female 030.tfrt. 111-1'31 I
OH Sail WIIII._ call'

L -imFHIMUAHUA. 14 W.ftollt Pr.*.rt, AND SAVE YOUR
Limited Number of
'I PUPPIES reedy ,
tor Chrtitmoe, Smell tya*. R. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION i GREAT YEAR-END
0_. HewHwmo PI*. Telxihono WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD

roe each.' and Phone. bench M S 130.1.P0OOLS ", .1.. I "'L N. M lroa* OH SPIt TIlt tonor. rood* lor SIT I. U'... Av..

SUMMER HOME $10 Down -. comtoftasi h m* air
,... ..
At mouth or Svwenno Rhioilaroo a lr (emit*. 4 SO, 4 KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONA
4 weokl old new
S SO). CCS com*!** batHs pU 5t50tp '
Cnrlitmai sltt 15tk"
S.W. WoyCewatrr =
will moke lovoly A.. VA C'7U :=
CoH ."an4 t* M. PR KOI. ly ...11II...... SarIS Hreoloc ripS Pa72s.
t cote I. toll 4 treat ...*. llaMnItehonnono ( Cluk --.., di's. 0555.50 media PR..

At lunten.V/SIMARANER watch dool PUPPIES er pert.Thll Plon perodlao M tIll. WymoTowueL Lt.Oo SAVI MONEY BY hMn 4 SO.). "*, ...... re* Pi.. I15aana Ill p. 55154 batS.. ma.em 511tamasnaol .
bjreod rasos male, with SW. too Pkn beat.femoM .. 115. Closing Cost sand 5,55. 5555 bale .w sPpIIaSinSw5545St.da ONCE-A.YEAR OPPORTUNITY!

ook plo SANTA FS LAKE Veer Vsn being eligible for Homestead Exemption nr ......_ Very onchMlv SaanrtanItV Sir Pl ICO alamAssacOpU.
3 P.drnsm P.515. alaS aStI.55l ... .. O oas On. and .'" lasess .... .5n.Dast 00.,. I
OLD M_"' .., C I...... _
Cal Is ,,- 515001as oar _.... IWW dmvao buoutaus s.'spaalp Lot
.hua Stats, Puppy Nice Pal toroKlMron. scrusosos $5050. Pt.p1W Other MMKIol arren**. P.n.00Sa'OY" 'SW I tWala..P __ Good Only Thru December 31st!II -
Sit. IOU NI >rd Avo SlatS Spanisd a. 0- U.. 5Cst assasrialSas ama515V 55,46.
SR 40.03.50IIIATUII. hAs 10 on .-,- 5a55sst45511', Low FHA Down Payments I

Dochtnund 50.*..., yow tomiiy hwoy *.:
AKC reo. It .... .,.., black k :10'1'::. CoH .. AloctwSeolty I Free Lifetime MembershipIn t04 NW 14111 A_

SHOWN Vnrmed k hovo Pad ..11"AI..... ATM T. Snlffi I 55. 1 .*.,.. SOS M.ST4 Norwood I ACT NOW-TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE !II!
aim arwt. Hold HI )Xmoa. litsun. ..! !
I. Pi. Fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club

V ii HWM rf I." Hope
capesyMasSassa oupplov t pUS
..... Senaa It .... ... I ... pUlNG,3AUlpiLl. ,. Monthly payments from $82 I includes all. s 'abuses: Kirkpotikk tr Piersoii hei !
SVoolo. Jemee' K_.. Kyotono Cwylfl'TnuS3FI: ; "H" I Int severe new kernet h, Hijhkirxi Court
HolM. <. Rt | Soa '" S SI. S ad't'* 5i" "'= Manor reedy for immodi.te
I.i'.J' ftnnd. >NA NMTIC*. 4H *or Phone 376.1771I : \ We Trade Homes eccupesicy.
PlIora ""' !
Lam ... *yn>.. IU HE teih flDuo .
I .,. PUPPISS. Reedy I. Co.mi. ,IIa.. g.j or Property

|" Whlhk Slhnr end. AprlcoJ" ..... or. (5515550 Wad Alt OH* HOMES ASOfh -
** 0
.y .....- AKC re*. Phono V* N* .....,.'.. Oaod lorwe. HUGH EDWARDS, INC.NI .Nssrssi' n" ) POW YOU TO 1. I KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUILDERS


-5 IQt 5 W """" ). 10 v*. P 11I HOHm I I Me>*e* *4 HeMM lailetoX YOU *SE n.i 4*JUST STaSIS CAU.IISS SALES LOCATED AT N.E. 23r ILVD. AND I 1t. TERRACE

I :ADVERTISE IN THE OHM.t.KM PI. rawn"..... limw 1 SR.. od S*,fc..!i IStk Street fr 21th Ave. li.iitsad.ssdOalassnVI. P* .tM *t POJ ._ I Phone 372.3471

JERVICE DIRECTORY AeortMO *t '1"** Ptot ell S ...aaa..a.. a... a..aa a... ...a -- -

ion ; Ct5.M1 .t'J 057 4asT'TO'S1UPACCO37.pyis \ NOLL-'OLAS COC71.LlTSATISE

b0. \ 3.1,4' 'rNlr ( J.ln3S OWlS ap

Me1flo1 lA.AT TI41 SEEN. b N0.i 0511. JUST Psc.t.mso 50:65 cs Ttrtns toiy saiass
100.110145! OnT A wiOsi

f P #Ie737wrHLb7 45.0 Aiat.t 5013.1.UK5115,7lil 5

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IS rUntgg ... $." 4, ._.likd ApH.lot S' lss4mwsa OppaelwsIIasDIIELI. $ 66 MIsa *. 5.1. U A.....*. ... fr SolgpHitrMtion loV:-Fgrglf* };*;.. CrlIISO "
'(TOMBS .- our NE..UE.u. ,
rUpttI, .
I HroplPC* homot lor Nil by _..R.boo llB Homo 0foic1 Dn TIr"'tRlJ A OllI bed,.... ooolOlj L 0'D.' has a ....donll USED VACUUM CLIANEIVP001 1961 CH.V. IS Con. m "enuin.. 1.1 ALFA RWCU Spydot. Muol
:"" :ilrtht Normwoot rwoh. ".!IOO on 11nn. .0 liDO OllIl 00. N.. bAch Ontot rwmNetj yclOclO Ill. 'N 001. lOAN Wow boy nsocl stylI ...11. Sole Omen ooott poworIM till now. SlOW Call .. CaoR II .
BuIlt :' 0.p. : ISO "''''.1,. .710'.... dOwn 01.NI. .. Clow lo odloM. SlOW :rr"' 110. CIII: 101.1139 .r s5sClIontNr .volloM* lor Immodlot tool Klrby Hoovort .1..t....... : on Moor, R ft H. now rub.fcor I Pm. 14MW *15501' CASH
:: c4tO' B 11cIt r. Will' povod .troohs. eontrolhMI G.IsA., 000.1.SlCH'ifdi2.HtD M NW IJth llroot Sod Jlrh ...... WIllnIIn000S and o151001 VON octuM OIls' ton
Z11Il ITOA., I I l1U3 VW 0.1._ 11.100011 ........
... .. '" Homo III built-in" ovon sod ronoo. notion lo Mulppod with modornooMipmont ID WASDIN Vo-HU trod ond fInooW. GalS, VMUIbotor
d 53' olodwoo Nitetnon. 122.. f*> only" im Ploor 4. collonl .."" 30000 mIles. It HP. 33 ml. '
down IM PM
-6DERN JOO 12000 down. Call PR 01171 "'. monthly pooWO phil .". Son rooMontlol ooc.Convdhlont hood end trontlonl p.15.1150. SINGERAUTO _ _I cal 'VW'Iv.. ansint.loon' .
orronuod. 9 bed
.... d" .. t, at ?. 1011 It. bo..... '.'- '1""". jjII\, H lOW,,, *ndbt NlnlnncM htnoshmson' ,tscaooary.poll Rw CHIVROAIT 41.00. h..l. $00001 sCcoImrmnn. SIll'
'' <'. with* WolHIng dlrtoncfurnioNd .
J :"_ I =., =.:I 1111 bItch.CIII.r ; OU LU loch ...._1 n.. MOOIl HOMI CLOsEOUT $1 IH BdNA.' = ";1{' PUS uccooo doable IkumcM troMIng.iolIss6i 05 Hour* ZIG ZAG V-l......snaindaol,. d Row.III.0.00 radio It..''. 'It PhIlnI 376-11".
: 1 two U'.. ;
111W1 A ...... sod I. CnmPiltsJ0O" III,. Now throo kodroom two HiM talk $011 unohty. l'JbW, OVOIIOMO. CoM MiOoLoock *iPR Roeowowoo PNo.ti 4003100 4'35 II 501 PM.CIIU7SOLI .1 INOUSH POID ANOLIA FOR :
loCI. .IAlIl11. 1'20 lllShsd llianP I booms kulldori ni3eltGIa.n. .... ot. N. .nnacIoosel. MWat Good. owl 1111.. boil ...... Coil,
0111IO..1. SQt i modol. Conor IMdrM I lo ptrtmpnl l o MM hx mlormotlon 0V :W-
...... i soty, biocli frono r.: T Woooa 50 PR ,
411''. dulls Csoi. bjtil.lo Pwoon with good trod IMup <. w n sHoe I P.M. or oo* M
ISIMI.pIDO ovon ond 01 II] MV +9"t pOrn 400 PM.
plul I tam .
.roe 1I..Z50. Woit. out rongo. ... s* osollais .11I' has wsrnady.T041 111 T. Plovot III.
ol baIl
iloIM SI M *r
town ., mo pay
., CONnRUCTION co. lor Cwnplnns 1n1o".lIon. .... or'!0nXl'pJPl"b' !! n> wr con.IW 3 ,lt > lull IIS 00MOEUER one. ol 174. Writ Jimmy Cooby .. ............. PR I fila.

171-662 If 17..904. G.e 301 3.Dolo... II. Pitt21urgln. eooo. Ills down..VAl.... 1104P 151 MR'( REALTOR 'I W.r.tl ta In* Oon. Odnoovuio. *... ..4i5I. NW Ilol...050111. 17 Atmallo. WonttdCR
P.. $0f 411osnlny AMPS KC
W. 11.00 '11 loam -I CH'VY. .ICOiIII'
r ... cr. loM down PHA. S ANS:TlW I IR APTIA1PAO.jOitloslId. CO'NS 'AN I .DAd 100011110. Pc' Sill ...... Ollti i
Rom Bill ITU.
with option por monn mcludoo MM SOd OIL oooc* hootor KOI Bill I >.
> "A".I w Pond
FORDYCEFEATURES I bod...... I bath Gamily town I'01' $IN Edwards ..... 1 .. lOW .Dome tormo.rtirV u.I. sod loroign tllwrdollon. tlmmont Hldo-t-Md ISS, III 5500105. PhooS PR .1311I IS.Sr ft C__ Al HorndM r SoW ChrisimasUPTO3OO
With' ... V ......m ru_ Onlyrm prod ooto and till Phon I P.M.
llro" two sIr 000411100. ; :nhiNI 15' ... Sod 11Ift Aol, holt dollor 1 ..._ Ill II ant K. .
tolinhIsh Onlvortrty on aol
Ins. 01104.11 kltcfton. I "SO PLYMOUTH 'uy. radio SlId
pond,. IC_ %jn5llb.. GIN cMUron' or loN. .) RIIIL STAMP ft COIl IMOP MINK lOOtS Notvrol KitumnKoto. .
n.nc.d he'atne otlcn "Ii". 500001.
yardS II 00%. from posd WANTED
0119. tUll JJi-7451 374.053G. lOt w. umvoronv Av*. Almoil now, trig 505 III'*. !
Howord Bishop J,. Ugh, WIll I* Out .f Town ..*,..rtyI ...... ...,1I1eI mr tUO. or .boot ."... ... Coll Mix' Kolly PN fr441lioirwlot
non OlIN' o ton Is PR ""H.I..t Clean utd eon Call
ilmMt SOW buy tlio. 'I' D.". in-our ......... Woldo
I I...bot'*GamilY html" "". "r".."!' H I. 71111 Piac' lodroomo oxg on* both booutllw. Id II.'Mrtll.h.4 Apr 64 Hwt M Go** 3If.leU.'c MUTIOPOLITAN.: aaao.a'sd ; .. Bob_ Adorn.,__Fit 2.1 28. :

It" '_ 0114 IIIIAY Bth.v I lot. HO1 ,.. los ...",, w -- Plo 11,1 It 5104114.5. P111505 S71 1532.
In k' bodroom nmont m "j ":";": hlleln3
"IW......... C.II Cordycl 11. MOior ft. Hum holly MM. t.m, In .H ** 5'''lrn., tlnonclng ovoltWo I f*, *>!. Ill. n w. ouiot ooo.K RIUPHOt. Mock kid '. bod, :. 1110. II Idolo II'S .: := io* lIsa N W. 13th Av.-.
.1...'..*. L.1I. polls. row wim 17030, in por month gretifido. Rong ft reSt"., .....,. roll I S *lybsd. dl..". A TV ."...._t II ftjs$ the thin 10.1 P050.4. 3 ;; : St iIi '51 lukk: ',,,'ro. d dI000 hInd.InO I MOO-500
!11360 PIRtPLACIi upon ISM amm ut.it len' UL'N 'OSSI>f. *,.".'. '$ K/V C,*. am"lr _.. ft hoot, IUIV ... IDIOt toblo diolro I *u OW Ilsy to In".II. $101, now 1411.73. bull, sold oluld, "''' n..1111", 1
WeTVta" .. ,..M. Hardwood II...... I'BIUI I 3 Unlv ... )'t13" m*. MM |W 4rtl A.... Phon wont dliploy co"' .... dliploy" to- 0"1. IloorIn" AId. I2t N. Main _O7d7ic.i0730.PI i n.IS only ,..0..
i' "Si 100" NO. lIlt Stntt. tn.UW. $ bio SlId othor houoohold llomoNrorly PR, 6-OIIt1.
&\4vs pmiw A,.". CallpsrdyCI 40 lynnoil B I. snKI 1 Nil ,y"I".. IMP m -Frln S .. Can
The James ProportiolWILL CLIAII soloo.d, l III MATISNITY Clotbw'ilp' 11114. e ,. MELTON MOTORS AND
*!236. CHAINING Company SjKt rMMorntlol nolghborhood. I NW tIll Av* Phon PR oOQHWCLRILT 1101. 1 .._. 27..

BUllo lltdl.as. loProvrd ... k>H irom compuo. Dowmio rt kiuPioju goo orovo. 4 bumoro n.1t. MI N. MAIN tr. PR
I krH bSTh, PINE PORBST I B*. | blHl" 'I 1 VOLKIWAOIN S ponongo rototion tnn
PM.=; .1 tonont now ofllc t* "" MXIPI*. Phon PR, ..n"I' ..artooaoI .10.. 000ilsOt oooodl. ...
"L LR brick front. wooon. Cocolloiit n.-
KM '
!? *. lop down. toll .> Pain loy l Hoc MM* IKATIt,
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..... your oooclticotioni on It.1' nnod Hon. III. Ph. OT-4MI ortor I:N
toO Coll
'Iro.11eI slId N.rdwo.dpow' ol m mo. logo "' III* 10 M. Norry Now, rnl IIIQt. i7t-U3
end DI lot hxotod on NI tot .,.. o biu. fros. HOME !
condition lot 11th .1'1.11'-.. .. IN
_llont 378.2803 IllS VW; ;; tT ;; .
III upholitory.wiw
40ICit7 ".
YordycI 31" Call '"""" \1 fINSItSI fw 3051 '"n. CLiAN oood rorrloorotoro ,. ,
C.II OCAI A 5.110
323,01S., 110015. nio or my oquityft
U. I bath, 172-1"1.
.17 log. ... rod limO .11ton short Value Rated
On.nhwn. n.illno. 5001111' .... *lo otnVM. tronoro ft WOMI.Oro. onumo poymonlo U* ..... for
\2u "lnI&tatnIIyn..omi 3 lv 11t". "': RIPAIR WORK ON ALL loonnal.. sill, n. worn ..... Half II ..... PR M9I oltor o. .
.1.... I,. loncM' tock''' yon los. GOOD BUt PO.DyC. I A'o't; TlI. INC:. MAKI1COII PR 10002. ....... H*. PRH 1*. .. Used Cars A NEW CAR :

FORDYCE bum.in kltthon. vt-ION or .M|. \130'nIl' ,oyedlpwo.. P2k V _31..,lit l-A-6 APPLIANCIitniod UPRIOHT pIn,. "OulbronionNW "OVI.T' htl 00145IISVICI

1111 dorful opMrmtMy lor 0 nlc V'It" iyrNotioI contompor r end Ouorontoodo ,0451I011t 50000, lairfy ansI 50.piorancI OIUCTO.Y B&G MOTOR CO.
INC. ... -- -- -- -
1 raomim hovoo good kivoiit.mont wIllS kilt ln dn'os
> Rotrlgortton Rom
110101110 | or vnlumlKwa uoRongoi
Grad Pordyco CONSULTANTID'cI Roollor, FINLEY AREA lor bu...... proporty in n" 71041 contor Sod Unlvcrtily.lOJil p mom I3t v* c....,. $110. konInoel IlK. GAINESVILLEAUTO Cid.llo 014.",. 1I. II
MTATi Unlv los. K intorootod oil .... 3'1. SEE BARKLEY ;
hAL FrancIs HllUQIISIron PIN fln.ne' ._Norwaod Hnpo. 37yoSL ..!lte pP n Washing tram HO voI -- 2001 NW Irk St.
< .onk'GooIlcIItI H.",.., brIan 3 '.dnown3$5nghont."" 3 k'.. I kotho lrmo, ot LokoWlfthf I Pood-Proonn* from ICons on u* PoMraM Print tooior? lormodoh SALES
GojItirnAO4TUCh1td21 aNullt.1 froonmIkparat. 42 I* WIllS Irom 0ino. upI ) ...... ..a. IM ond MIU. ,
Oudliy Foirao ..
t> A.. .. 01_. ... tram
o e. 0a7 din'' *. ,* .. $05 up lloc. Ironor. 111. IprlmDon 1007 N. Nail Si.Phono .
U.I". 31..1236 room 'III, SIllS "1vI. .** Ml Por "' 1> TV Utt rrom h35o5 '
nt w Pstnily *. Hko now. Training" choir" !
room Plot bolwtoo.nio. .pIn0010 "S.2" JIM VOYHI APPllANfl CO. FR 2.6111 NOW
Cmtrnl Coil 17l-m PR Q.J07I, RIDGWAYRAMBLER
NW :Mid fIlial CLOSE T or
VHlt3 1 "" ""' ''' .1_ IIIOdorn C'. _410 NW SIlo AvoPh ITTtXaWAIHIR. Northcgntrol Florida I I
'IK* It..I.Ilife. "nwft dOl aCrrn Imprened poshor5 all bats. .1I01r1C .1_ iii, IsO, 4 PURIIRID Puroc Iwgo, t .brtmonwo. .
tomplotoly portoblo
.irrlBrrifr tumiihoo No.lIn Gladys Smith Realtor II Icons to 1'1 loopnood Ai'i, H V Mellon Avoilobto Js4.I II ..... F.. only, lOll III.., lad boriuid t.org.btI.dpandsnt
W ptr m* OilJTtMU 1KI: W. I ApI. ... ,
down. Unlvorilry Avo yin .5000 chlckon '....h .fll"' old Coblnot .. wlrocnx.IN thorn I g.110. N un ., Dodldf -
CHARM quollry and orally 1I.lnl| BIN bros ...... 5oo0* -... J70OIU.5th Style S 50.. 3400. II ,.... ...". boAt

IUT NOW AND WORK OUT THUDOWN oro mpnoilnd In mo Hint cut.tonvtfoilgntd Call M.., 1'.IIft. 41 Ngttid* for lout Unf.ru.6R Pioco.' alt OUOOY..r ,1101..rI.' OR JII'HHO.IT HUNTING. Gals.anlll.'s L..41.. 63 Mercury .

PAYMENT l built nomo IIIWlmborly m-un FOR THE CORRECT RAMIllll DIALIR S." 2-Dnor
Now lamas *n fIlIAlly: w odod lots ." ..... I BR, I "bath., GloiJyi Smith Rtaltorim -.. DISCOUNT "I moMpontlvo lo doon rues om I Hardtop Polo
MW undor eomtrvcltan. TkrMini. ponolod' fomlly room contra I W. Unlvorolty, Av*. HOUSE 1010151.71 WIth 511,5 .1510.. 51110sloorIs TIME 1132 ly equipped' Factory olr-"
end four bed....... Ill and two noollng 4 air conditioning" ....,- 1M Acrv ,. I' $SLIt NIA 371)433I$7 PRICES sItamosos, SI. McDol'nllParoilar. conditioning .
Including' brtcn front cclonloll tltul Intorlor. to much nor* mmyou '.. county n aolnowlllo $ P45 lOt" A.,. Cu 0.11I.. ....... S. MAIN ST.
Hwy .1..... Loud MUM lorKoullng. __ FR2.1411COBOUSIVOf
.. Wo unddndll
Woitwood! .t. ovorybody.
In would oupKt tor ill sooNW. Nor Krrooll 3 Gif. bttho. CCI NW\ s.cIoo pin' C.. 2895
Wail n .....1.. All city oorvicoo.looltNW. Mth Tor. 0" N W. miAvo \ I HENDRIXFURNITURE r 372-8433 ;
:3imOrlvo and P1. W, thown by OPPO,"'"'... ...., MARY MOELLER. REALTOR i CQII|l J76-I56Z alter SPECIAL ON WALLPAPER

nth? PIOC*. Coii ira.,S4j daily orI70404 trw ho'Id.' ,.. VI Mt. Lloyd M.,. 'I 10I" W. Unlvrtlry, Ay*. PR, 4-U7I Lit'"pty. "_ _ NW SIll Aol. 01 im co MPOR ....:.iARPE'I' N"r Itwy loll. Unlvgnlry Cnvtl.l' I 63 Oldsmobile
niihto. _rkrk. __ WANTED moll roncn *ppro>. 101 TllJ NW' I4lh A... CO
to IM scow, proltr won, blow N kg, | Pvh flood condition.fcj BaLI Whirlpool Inlorualaol.. IIIW101I1I.1'1'II1dJ6tCOMPTONS : A. Mom ),. gt III A.*. "'88 ".000, Hardtop.

but nol noc* Mry. Protr tac*> ?*. AvolloWo sod ot D.c.lCIItkeAyIlCK null woohor, CI licolhMl condition I '
CHRISTMAS IN lion In am. vicinity I of RIALTVMM cnntocl Jack Morton m 'I1CYtlop. d I Il0 65 DODGES Fully gquippd Including .

SPEND viiit, would ..... ...11" lor 31 |II.- _''. _. PS, tooM 031 or I707IM.COMPLITI 1954 gdilion FR 66005. atr-corMlitioninr

down poymwil II ..,,,...... call | '" HQU'I ki Orongo HolgKllMr .lino ol houwhold lur.nlturo BARKLEYMOTORS I
Forest Pines 3754041, rr t .r tor 0010. Call 44*. for II'. _*. LIKI Bill 1.1MI11. ** Ponycow. Vr./ 50.000 MiltWorMnty 2795
Wows lilt praKxtor, boot
140 50001. 150(541. bIOS ..... p00015. HW *_thur P JM Call 376-0814 croon, oil IM IMctrl .hoot.or .
An Excellent Colored Neighborhood ........ 3 ,slob "'rill I CaBAOauIfltja TMkV_ ..._ I Mlh unhirnlilofl. .. --- -HOTPOINT: U. Phon 170-7KO. 63
In C.. Chrysler
'n' PV month. ImmodUiotciikurty. SII THI"CODGE
tie'OAO.CI W. Unl"I A000CIATIS.37"2'NC. ARNOkO REALTY baa Wa tloclrl. rongo I* good PR, 0HI4MlM. and KNAPP sloop. CoIl FR 275J4 "IN, TMI AUTO CAMI- "300" 4-Door Hordlop.Aln.coosdmllonoleoso ,

II, 'vnlngihoi MRKLIY'S THE NAME" BOYS".T .
SIXTY ACRES --... P0500 pictod 50.1 $0ono.rlnlt. atfIrtA 2201 ... MalI l St.
66 for Sol
bar Mach.. *xtrmoly forlllglond '_' I bOI' CC ........ ,atonmlnWi I Highway Ml, 2895
...... pw woll* *M foncodiIII ... ...or LIllISiO4 5C00a1. 5121 I ....N":,, 50 Niwliim*. Fit 1.4171
.000 MM UOO daw* and ,.,. ..... 'It ._ 01 OaOT'Ts.ami PINO PON9 MM*. saw condition, PhottI 411.H7. POOLEGABLEMOTORS I
good tormi on Mlonco Act "IV :aen TOI. iwgulotlon ill*, otrlplng, *... Ill 62 Chevrolet
quickly! on GIll lIlt. : -. UsIlt'bl.bityIn Plow,. 371.1511. -rAiLi SAW- $7S

S. E. SAPP REALTOR sOntIrl and 5101111ltd. 'LIGHT-PLUS CHIF'ON ....... Mieonopy 466.])I 0 Sal Air 4-Poor Sdoneyllr 4o

1,11 SUO or '" -. gown. III* ". Plane PR II I ctor outomotlc .
MEWBERRY FLORIDA fO F p 03.1.Fa MARI ...1.... typowrltor 1 wit SI 1ST AVI.I714H1 > IranimiMlon. .
PIty'N II 1.0521.a pI,5llC $301 001115001 11.= power |r..'11I0| ,'

41 Color*** Property 131 I WIN. lyoftlolorniobood. MOMS Ull ONLY oovorolplnbMI So. .c'I': 14. wlnlor rodlo, h.".*,.
I. Ibm... AVI. Plll0$ $70171.flf57Ijl. ooschioas. 111 to in MenJuko lob. PtOlhlt in-rut "

HOMES FUR SAl I __ ko>oo. IN I* 115*. iniltt POLAROID Comoro M, with lo* '1595
I ft I bodroomo, II bonN II. I CLltl h0n .....-. bitchon acouls.GIl. -..1710.'.. 0151 104 11..1 00110.. .... I M SNOTTY
Fth Aol Imoll down ..- tItUS 1W BuS .... ,..... G. E. WASHER. C.. Soodly 11110 I'll I 4354. ... YOU AT Deal With '

monthly poymonli IS7 I* uo.An 1 At. food wonting IM.PHONof Call 1101001$ 0101004 01 p NAwltPQWIRtMOTOR 64 BuIck
homot built on your lot = 00.0 I'll .1fM. CO.:

McCoy luildcn I |jaM [oil of Donut lit. School) with, n* down ,.'.....1. Ph. I 49 It.,iri| for IowG'QMCAMPUb PR $ 'INOW" CAII If II" long 40sHigh Ill N. MAIN The L. Sob,. ".Dan, Slatlon'

N.I. Solo Avo. and N.I. 251k St. PR ..... LARGE CIRCULATINGWOOD I M" _115 Inflow giuo' front PR 4-otH Wagon, 9-Poitno'. Polly .

Fiv Now Masonry Homo MOVI IN I. RU. vY''lrcMIIprlvI'dgrX HEATER $20. UMing dovo. no* Penn k_ qulpptd Including SlOe,

How CC' I bod_ 001 bolt '' (1_ t* wothotorl ft Call 752-2413 LlII City' Joel .WoldoRd. -- ondl tinning' I
Thru bodroomi tilt both kitchen, living room, dining Low dow. ,.'.....1. Louah coioOri Ml m*. Ml 10 H irvclu <

room DOd a lorg* ttorogi ond utility room plus front 04 N I. JSlhT_. > f rtI.r.::: Call PR, M74)IIS 1963 409 Chdvralcl block 01umbly 63 FM! Oil W.... DEALERWho '3750
AMCoy lulirlonidoyionoo I B Pal. ,
lot complol With plorrti
Built on e me* $100. 7J2-24J3.
end lawn. 174MII'ioto III' I** 1 lArg 'oh' cornor, Loko Coil oil I"f fIt I .
nlgtill CityRICORO mount cut to ordor
W port M clly, clouM _ _
$9500.00 Irko Lumbor 4 Wood I RIPAIRIOoliry Wants 63 OldsmobIle
eloilni Coot
Tot.1 grlc* w".. fu.JJd II.1ThOOMI. PIAVIR' I oooodl ISO.boa ,
Prno.rolna' CorP.SI I UMd Corllir
Do npoym.nt only 350.00 I '' '7:. Ill boylop 55MWSI ;U-t ii Hi 41.| ct.II ..... lilh KOI w.r trod, I pmcil 88' 2-Ooor Hardlo

Monthly B yr 4nn (lncl.dmalniur.ncoI I .. 65.00 iho mm prfco. con fOINnI OpttAO.. 035 I IW lit An.Clif ., Amorlcon PASO, troini otnor good ClMP.H0atP$4h I AN'WNIIt'SOUTH"H '0... BloatIng, outnmotldrronimlnion

Fln.nclntlilocol$ fNOFHAINo -312"1") .. $". '.... Mall Hudonll only tovi.. Phono '111-10I1. To mrlin. hdatir

doty. Ma ui *nd movg light IR, iso* a MW horn 41-1 COLORED KINTALS NIC*; O'W, c'- .In, orl Itroot 4>l iin1iWii.--oj:;;;; 0,0 CaInli'g Duil 'III HolidonI' '
pangirl rr'notroior ovoiiob II.AIIIf11I' 11II... now 50 nd.. IJUr Wolion.IM 5050 IIIM0003 Ca.00pl113 AUTO 2575 :
thil ChrItoIsu. "'",10/1.... Ill II MPI .1.... top ronrdor nil, ody. running goor, In : I.1 loloo t tonlo*
.>II ,,.<. Phono oicollont Ton lo* "II -
-11 OWp110 ij _ _
CollCtnlJoiVQ. McCoy DM. AM Ml rnotol utilityIf.ilO' 1"111MILLER. I
aoaofn.scnti. Ian. 110100 mOd ijA'l41, ornor room InP'lv FOIl SALE l GE portohlgStr 190. in-Hit liuj NW 61 Comet
FR 67290Offlco dining oroo madrn kltchon with ('. .homo mon *nly, 101) .P Call FR 2-00021 12tn It...
roc.t. floor III. botho. opoc KMor > ,."!!> ..lU'dov. PULLMAN ..).. boy 14" lila.. .
aol hIS astir _.... laclllpovod 10 X II lldoroom. ton. ond *W 71 MuiUol MdnkMglid
Ills 101 woIhi' w00hin.l. bold i |*r,< *mi one ojnoll room ISO Io'n'., plonor' vt HP with, t.. SHAW $995
51o34. k* *t NI. Mthlor "tiir' '' tfnACCOIO I* oiowon .... Ml NR IBM t>r. FlWINCIIII7IR tout. lip RIGHT pun.. v.., food to nd"
or coil lor oppomtmont 17m ) arN rwrVwor. FR I-IMI PI lion, 51. VO-ttll.
"n. 35 35 .
'' or Vt COLORED 'IANItN ROOM to rent with 1-12. -

41 ,,,,,,,.h,, Act*. tatly lItiOi owno, good pmln4.ptArhl' TO YOU ORGANRopaooooood ipinol orgonDowrn Falrlon ".,00"CNW

CLOAN to. yoooapltor no.01.Vmot D"t: PR locoiion.MOTt.M Our Very BOA WliMo Pan TMiChriitmM bwoncoiORIDliy v... Standard tronimltollarv '

JItI. l' III 1000011.. UnlI.lion. .IOOOM soIl lilt ".. 5s 0003 Sa7lOnInf. KEETER rcKri, honda,

tIll SW ftd 1'11eI. Call h ''kll. HMIO VMrMOPiNI MUIIC co. .
RENTALS PR inn: lor oppl. lotII" 34014113 Contor @ -1395
'" 31,540
ftkloivtor rI-9a1yc '''''. oulloblo'fcrworyiKg. BROWN .
kTUOOtTbII. end ( 4-1110 23 S W. Unlvenlty ._ -
.1" .11.11. tor .... kiln,, ttU..*. HovonTroiir TaIls .n.offilld korolon* u.... .. .OI.
5 Phon incut ottor p PJW. P.rh. till.. Un'St '.... SINGERbond two (inoilonl ondllln withCOM. 4112 O.s. Phone FRS17l 63 Chevy 1'Nove '

BRAND NEW DUPLEXES lIlly" lor moro tnformotlon.IR ...:!J. ... J'''''''' kokkin good condition k) Gail' Iri-loM ortor I.M NW. Ilik. St. 4-Door SHor 6.
_..,. uWnol. Iwilpwd I* '* PM.wi. .
i I LR, ood ilh';;;;. Wolor rur.nihod I .1..1.i _!II.4"L Cylinder outomnili
t!> month. IMt-A NW Mlod. ... :T. aol lOWS :1'.1'-':: i SIP? OTtlTIMiHAMMOND ; lahng.
se II par ":
minion rnrlln. hontir
I7i' it Coll P* 5.0010.EFFICIENCY i ORGAN .
[ PA i I.. MoohItol Co., III W. Un'

APT$. I 1'0. liNT'r ..... 350.5350.ITiRLINNPLATWOII. P. snary Ivory bless In.got' .anely. CONS CRANE'LINCOLN.MERCURY '1795

M MO.MiCaootysooNaonI.ddd.$0l3. $35 51011700WPNOVII Pane' ... 'I.IIIO.d
r ".. troll. PaIN. ... pnm, 11 plot ooningo mrougr m* yodr. A Hommond -
J''''''.' II. Orl* plotM otwr*. Vory rotonoMo. Tmp--
lullor Gordon *oorlOn . 0 .. will cool you MM m mo 62
ond BuS bodroom foam Colo pioto ond PW pioll long run ...._ It H worth
1 shod ond unlurlllinod oil ,I.A Vpiitoo T. Rmtcotllg ..._. 374.0I.WiINflA. noel morl othor "'....., SAFE 4.Oriop Sodon AulomotletrommlMlon

.,oct," tllthoni' Hooting towoM prlcT. ERNIE TARTLIR. REP. BUY radio' hdol
Inrt.. ...... ,
,Iii' or jII I. 1011 Ill,
Sir coldIllinini! .sImmIns towni poikol novoloi >iKonmor Also Mood Co.. Ing I. .
pool *n* Mock Irom P.KVong ki W.ot.m holt *| gowtty.Royy' pAl. p0003 .100110121" 104101 1 III ... lOd.ACCOSDION .
1<1Ioo1. Pram HOI piewoltn. P* *Soel.l lPi .'._11 PIll 11...,_. U psi BmIo..nlIp! USED CARS '1395 '
Cam i-ii-IO00." OIK *. till -
Irn.rol noons Swot ,rnl iwr I *. ""! Avonuo and lOIN ml .* C...._ Mull k* voryulO ... o*> II.... tIll Pormw top lor MW roooonokMInvulr 516 S. MAIN .
T....-.. V44S | ...,,-_. .." .. M I. ..0.01. III o 00 w, 121.., k ** lowlo ..wolry Co. PIano ST. .5i

II. .o) it Dvnoion o,. win.lor ._ loin MWi book Buds. so.wItn.lomn .. PR 14l50. ________ ... OldsmobIle

NEWLY_ _DIC0IAICD end ...APTO_. WI"Cat P.r> bonn.*".Jlmo. I.. Phon .5I05s GIT out..."...(555104055Pll3. 00.40011, IPINIf PIANO towN IoN H kirludod.nor* _5. Mr Irtofldr. Mf, Hfjrt Mr. Icrhur '.... 4-Door Sodan row.ir .'

ad. eft,_ ..._..... ,." Sow'MWy IO n' JOlt P41,5.151. 013 POW yboord.r"N'"AI ITOPI ni..Itl.O'EN sPlilling 1 automamIronimmtoo

I B.drooeoS ttov hood with" light ond IMOoubl 17)1200 so ort M._ U ......... W..l.dTV. Sm A... 111 Ii lot Woyoor. 'ho"li radio, Kgtn .

o Lsroo living' lining IrIs .......1"'.... IIM NICILV turn I room ..... with i 1964 SfLECT-a-MA TIC aruO'O III. uao55'IIloam N.. I JI GS V...
.notion' I,Indl limo kIlt sold utility iO0. Ml lIo AR,; ..ltlClo.... .
ConolruclloA .. 110,1 --
Moionry to looo Obao I Dood 51141044 .
kutornotl Iig *
Torrun Poor Till wIdOW 01114lorgo Wd Ion Colnoovlllo.IPPICIINCV mo. Call. PR a._. loot ::... mIld ..", k.. barns 14,1. morn'. aId. DoH .bolWNnsboo. I... Chrwimoo gilt. PR, I II'O, ror .",. 3915 :
o I''n.... 81..... wolll a loon 11111 |r rt .. 'y otitcfNotlonM_ onlodOl' OOl1.3h00h > P M sail JR 14114.IPSCIAl .
nod tub ond ohowon UirubMryInwlotrd oportmonl lor rend : 2)1 $W 2nd '1<<.. 000001.15, 0000,. 004.wIO'OA 1
Lan. doubi Hiding' door'inon ant' on Noon...', L.... Moot lorcouoK LP aftoolnowob' II 11 pan CSIITMAa 111111$ 56 Pontiac ,
a Pond It'Mlo or two oludonn ""I. fcrn.PI i """'"'" -.e. mold ilnasool an gIl on Ml MaoONaSlIOO 51000boaynm.000l G.M.C. I
Clomtl C';ioM M ..- ond but .tplonnod I I. 15110.NICS oorvicA imn_ cooning t mooKd towing McMn. Co. lId UOHorio' 2.0s..to.... AlIt-.liC
d I g woo*, lit. Phong MUSIC CO
roundMertgage ..
I 1" ploy ... SIP w. "".'*. ... ff-HBI
Jock irorogo clowdWoohlng tow rao'o 500.00 t'''' 121 N,3Gi01Autometlv., 'rOI"VII"PO"" "" ,I.."
Mochlng llnlurMFr I ....... PS 51121151 51' pin CAlf MODIi. Amor. Plyor ;;oI I7fJ7..J1 r1iaMt9JJ'I Ing podIa $hwitor. y.|.
172-J122 .....,... Appl, III W. Jrd Al' I 51 Ofti<.-D..k SPMWon. >ou<, I otom -..... lightodPviimoii ,
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"Charge It" Toke 30 Days or Months To Pay $888TUE WHILE THEY LAST! III w. andQuikSave
,.. G. C. MURPHY CO .T't.
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 6th ST.&UNIV.AYE. QuintMn Limit, 1620 W. University ;(Carolyn,Plow)



RIGATONI 67( Hundreds of Fancy Designs and
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Iced Tn It Alw.yt In* Radio PRICE
Reg. 219 ONLY 159.00
Lunch 11:30 am.to 2:05: p.m. lunch&Dlnnir Sp.elaliS
Dinner 4 9 m, en 9.0 m, rv H tierv Dov Wake. pleasantly..to+music. TUESDAY ONLY NELCO N-100 AUTOMATIC ZIG ZAG
TUESDAY NIGHT. SPECIAL'- Switch turns radio on automatically.Easy Does Button holes fancy stitches
PARK LANE'S FAMOUS to readclcxkfoCl MONURALSR'I.$3.98 R ONLY 109.00
Alnico I speaker. $O09 MASTER SELECTO-MATIC
15. $247R.$4.98
With Fresh Garden Vegetables ZIG ZAG
t; LIST 22.95 PRICE 5'8-361' Reg. 11900 ONLY 59.00
"' Reg. 'Many mart to choose from!I Open Each Nit.
LIGGETT DRUG Also a Special Rack $100 each
National Sewing Mach. Co., Inc.
PARKING 1028 N.MAIN ST. FR 8-1355

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FEEDER WAS NOW Sheet Blankets
FEEDER with 9 98 Model ZO-Go.58.Gun $146.95 $110.20
M Stand. $ m9 22 Model Ca l.572 Rifle, $ 68.75 $ 51.50 10 1 c 60" x 76" SIZE
tM Model 742.
,t Deluxe FeederSquirrel 280 Col.Rifle $146.95 $110.25

r Buffet itO 95 308 Model Cel.742.Rifle $146.95 $110.2530.0aRifle
Model 760, LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 $100EACH
Holds 10 Lb.of $149.95 $112.61
FEEDS AND SUPPLIES AVAILABLEThe 280 Model Cel.760.Rifle $131.25 $ 98.44

Kilgore Seed Company I3f1Ijjt 1
Division of Asgrow Seed Company WINN-DIXIE

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W fhEE R.RKlNGen TOWER LOTA 511 N.W. 13th St. .
Pet Supplies Garden SuppliesBENTLEY end 3421 W. UNIVERSITY AYE.SPECIAL


SCOTCH. 3.59' ENJOYABLE EducationalCreate 1 SLACKSSIZES 1 Pound :,
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CANADIAN WHISKEY 3.99 HANG-UP 249 Easy Cere-leiy Weer

I t FEEDER R..3.2s Dacron Dark Solid Cotton Colors

BECO Reg. 4.99 reg. $1.95 ,
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FIVE FLAGS GIN. ,2.59STM BATH f 2.99Use $1.55
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