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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 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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By JEAN CARVER Sun Staff Writer
Despite "ex post facto" cries from Commissioner Alan

Sutherland three city commissioners Monday night ratified ,,
their Informal agreement 'Friday that put utilities llI iM L
crews on weekend overtime duty breaking the city's '
water line extension policy to install a pipeline along New..
berry Road to 175..

"There has been a lot of talk eaF
CofC Asks
In the past about secret meet
ings," Sutherland charged. "To
1. me the most secret Is when a Action
.
vote is taken by telephone and City .
two commissioners area't even

called." On RunwaysA
He criticized Mayor Howard

McKlnney'i action taken Friday Chamber of Commerce res
after the mayor commissioner
olutlon .
asking "necessary .ctlon"
talked with CommissionersEd the
by City Commissionto
Turlington and James Rich relieve Federal Aviation
ardson and without consult 1 n g Agency restrictions closing four
to Santa Sutherland or Commissioner Gainesville Airport runways
Byron Wlnn and calling a was presented by CofC President '
special session, ordered Utilities Perry McGriff Monday. :
Small fry are already lining they caa drop their letters! la Director John Kelly to initiate McGriff said the chamberwas ar
up to post their fetters to Sanany regular mail box If they're work on the water line. aware of the city's effortsto
U Claus In the stumpy mail addressed to Santa Claus. "Who's going to pay for this solve the approach problemsfor :-... .
box In front of the Gainesville Beginning later this week project?" Sutherland insisted. four of the six runways but Brand New American Smiles
Post Office. Postmaster Santa will have vfPlnn.1I For the life of mt I can't understand wanted their resolution
Paige some to be
how it is possible to Two of the II new American citizen sworn In here Monday are all smiles over their
la above the letters In the Galnes- of the
( background ) printed part city's official rec
wouldbe new HtatuM. Minx forrle Van Veldhulxen left exchanged her Motherland. citizenship,
authorize a rush Job so it
said if the kids can't make it vilie SUB. Sun Photo Tom. ords.
( by
ex post facto." and Mix Ellen Vera Maud Mullet right, traded her Canadian citizenship for American '
to the special Santa mail box, my Lewis) who apologize d The four runways were closedto : citizenship flag presented to the naturalisation dune by the total DAR chap
McKinney,
,,. .. commercial traffic on. Nnv. t.r IQ".. ..hA'A h.. TA___ n....le )
profusely lur acting without --- -

Mob Attacks calling attempts a were special made meeting to ,notify laid 24 the The action core resolution noted that CITy"RAPs'-STUDENT I
force
might discontinuation
Sutherland and Wlnn, but Immediate RIOTING
action was needed to of Eastern Alrll I n e s
service here and could have
an 1
Road -
State
prevent the DepUfrom
revoking a permit allowIng adverse Southera effect crt the application Concerned city officials Monday assigned representatives The police chief laid the II eiudento .ITI.ted ;: I

U.S. Library the city to use SRD rights transfer of serylcei here Airways, to to talk with Universii' of Florida for disorderly conduct with one also charged .
appeared some pressurewas Jng pen The action came after Mayor Howard McKinney ..,

JAKARTA Indonesia (AP) A mob protesting? put on the State Road Department "- McCriff also explained/ that termed the weekend "victory celebration"that He added that student Identification cards from
America's policies toward the Congo and Malaysia stormed to revoke the permit, chartered aircraft were affected left II student !In Jail and one police officer another U to 20 itudentt were turned over to UF
noted.
the U. S. Information Service library in the East Java he Although McKinney did n.t fey the restrictions, noting 1 with possible" cracked ribs "inexcusable and uncalled officials,

capital of Surabaya Monday night burning books, furniture call names, he hinted that the"pressure" that the University of Miami McKinney for said he talked with Dean of Men Joiner Slid he talked with Slats Attorney T, E.
a mobile unit ana a ca: on the SRD landed at Ocala when they (Ted) Duncan Monday about the riot situation
may Frank Adams and asked Police Chief
It was the second U.S. library have from former Road flew here a week ago for their Monday and Duncan Indicated he Is considering pressing
come V7 D. Joiner for al the commission
attacked by Indonesian demonstrators Board member Earl Powers, football game with the University a report felony charges when conditions warranted such
U. S. Waits In four days. A mob officer of Alachua C of Florida. session. action.
an o u nty
stoned and sacked the American Utilities which has the county Mayor Howard McKinney assured Joiner said that while city. property was ml The commission authorized s conference with
cultural center In Jakarta and water and sewer line franchisein McGriff that the city U damaged during the three hour riot the roving UF officials by the mayor and city manager
Soviet Move its library last Friday destroying the Newberry Road area. proceeding to take action recommended bands of students sparked by the approachingfinal emphasising that the action was an expressionof
about a fourth of thelibrary' Powers appeared before the to clear the runwayapproaches exam period and a 204 football win ever
1,800 books. commission to where tall trees obstruct >> LSU, burned trees, bleacher and Coach Ray concern rather than an attempt to pressure
UN Debt Monday protest
On the University administration.
The Communist-led demonstrators the weekend action. He said his flight patterns. Gravel, coaching platform.

are protesting Amen. firm "stands ready" to serve
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. ca's participation with BelgiumIn the area. J .. f'1 e) T\! I U.-I. __
(AP) The United States has the rescue of white hostages Wlnn pressed Powers on a Auto insurance JL/III IJtlHUl
delayed its policy speech to the from Congolese rebels and U.S. thorny subject that has kept the companies
U.N. General Assembly for an support of Malaysia which Indonesian city at odds with Alachua County Pal Get Bank I
other week in hopes the Soviet President Sukarno has Utilities since the city and
Union will give some clue by threatened to crush the utilities firm bid against Profit Fieurine Under Fire
then to what it Intends to do USIS Director Paul Nellson each other to serve Idyl wild I It,, ("Inca.fill .l.9
told conference mob of C;; V "" n;
about its peace-keeping debt. a news a Elementary School. City 0' f Icials
The postponement secondIn about 1000 banner-waving demonstrators questioned the link between By DOUGLAS STARR some 200 old line capital stork low us to do that"During
a week disappointed many smashed windows to Alachua County Utilities TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Insurance companies represented an exchange with Larson WASHINGTON (AP) Th.
delegates anxious to learn the enter the Surabaja library and the Florida Power Corp, fate of a proposed 23 per cent for rate-making purposes, Me Namara reminded the Senate's Investigators of Bobby
Johnson administration position which bad been closed and objecting to any "package" plan rate Increase on (insurance premiums by the National Bureau. of Casualty department that the methods Baker were told today that a
U.N. issues. locked in anticipation of trouble. offered by the two firms. on more that one million Underwriters and the Na- used In reaching the rates were group of Californlans was granted
on The mob hauled down the Winn repeated Ms questions cars In Florida rested today tonal Association of Automobile not subject: to review a national bank charter very
The United States also la American flag and raised the to determine whether Powers' with the State Insurance Dopartmont underwriter. "The law allows us to use our shortly after It retained a Washington
awaiting the return of ailing Indonesian flag wrecked the firm would provide water and State Insurance Commlailonf Judgment; MeNamsrslaid lobbyist and friend ef
Secretary-General U Thant who Interior of the library then sewer service U the city provided Two years ago, the department Ed Larson and pen, "as long as the rates are Baker's for 13.000.
(Set UN; oa Page 2)) threw furniture and books outside electricity until P.wen granted ii per cent of a the Insurancedepartments proper." Bonn after completion of thai
and built a bonfire with finally answered that "for all requested 21 per cent increase. w Larson replied: .11 Is phase of its Inquiry the Senate
them. practical purposes, we will not The basis then was (the same as heard testimony I !* that should apparent Rules Committee planned a prl-
oft jwrwc The director of the library work with we get togetheron watt teuton for dwfc
$ you now: Higher coats and Increasing from represenlWives the a probable
U DAYS tEn James McHale, Informed Neil- Commissioner RI I I. b ardmn numbers of accidents. of b e I b I IorganiM t' system. ilon on how much further to
son about a fourth of the libra made the motion approving Me- The latest request came from liens l ] r Larson said another public tarry Its sometimes stormy
ry's 16,000 books were de- Klnney's action, c e m m ending during s daylong hearing would be held In Miami Study of Baker's affairs.
stroyed.No Um for "having enough leadership publlehearing ] Dee II to discuss rake in Dade Maurice lluihrlt. now a falls
< American staff members and foresight" to handle bt the I County Monday's "hearing considered Church Va, businessman, ldon
were In the building and Indonesian the problem, although he WIIERE capitol Monda,. rates for the state In lifted the lobbyist as Wayne
employes In (he buildingwere agreed that Sutherland crlU- Speaking for tares general Including Dade County Bromlry" a former Senate employe
not hurt. clams had some merit the public I. Victor Tlpton ef Larson said no action wouldbe He said that at Bromley's
CHRISTIIAS SEALS''lgUTI and Neibon said Allan McLean "At limn unusual circumstances I TO FIND IT Orlando questioned why the Insurance taken en the rate request until reqwsl. he delivered the 13,000
American consul at Surabaja require unusual action," after a thorough study ef theM check to Baker.
itttr lESmiTOtY DISEASES reported the "lightning raid" Richardson explained. "Y.a Comics . 14 companies did not consider < AL"1'O.. Put 11 I<|M HAIKU.: .. fmt.* 2)'Wilson
profit from Investments
lasted half an hour and police have to study the factors this CUuifwd d. 16-19
IM4 did DOt arrive until after the situation. Many pressures were Iat..I........ 16 In determining their. premium t.n.
0 0e demonstrators left. applied at points you aor 1 are Obit..riot . Z rates. Spells Out
il 0 McLean tried to contact the aware of." Opinion Pegs . 4 The law done not require it. I
Surabaja authorities but ao one Although be supported Rich Spots . 11.11 replied Daniel McNamara of
rig was available to see him Neil- ardson'a motion Turlington add- Wemea's . I New York, secretary ef the
ne.:Gesae t +Pe son said See mUTY .. Page t) NBCU. Ideas to JohnsonWASHINGTON
__ _- coder '...........tiooln t from 17.0.. -
ton president ef the Academy
I Wtarv of the Weather Already of Florida Trial Lawyer. Me (AP) Presl. steed (he Labor government Is
Namara laid M.4 cents ef every dent Johnson and Prime Minister understood to propose the formation .
- J e/ dollar paid to premiums I* returned Harold Wihwn continue their of a sew NATO nuclear
ta claims The ether .OI command to include: Britain'seurkar
'
from companies as faraway airtime of the M.dweit The with main subjects
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. Avenue A/mDr111tre. power talks today two bombers and
cents to salaries : submarine

atmosphere Is as Philadelphia, are work wintry air else dipped Into the goes pay tent the agenda
The expected on
$ York's ice armory
(AP)- fW savage mlssiefM. rent and ether business and OH or most ef the nuclear
alarm meant no school for delighted one of good spirits and helpfulnets. Ing 16 boar day to free M area Southeast eke Jreetfeig weather cofti. Uw welter future ef the Allan- tactical weapons already
children] no beat for Families share belongings ef mm that jot square miles eomteg areas southward .hue You take the (nsuranre tie Alttanre and the situation to In Europe.
their parent cold homes, no and talents as they shared aardihipe ef downed power Bars and te aoruteni Florida. I pay In advance and Invest money Southeast Ails The UJ.-euggeited nuclear

rest for weary work crewt in in lee storm that, at Is restore servke. However, a warming trend halt of II and yet you .. aettake WIlMa brgae Id sped out his flftt, drastically reduced from
Today K also meant hopes peak took electricity and beat There was ae estimate ef was Indicated from the Rockies that toresUnent into eoaskierstkn Ideas Ie how to erganbe a mt- the propoMd 2S ships with 201
that winds would DOt snap more from 7J.80I homes and businesses damages except that they te New England sad the Middle ," Tiptoe said. If yen char: weapons force within the Polaris missiles, also would be.
power fines or topple more trees ka eastern ap fate New York. would be to the buadreda ef AOantic States sad tempers did It would snake S differenceweuldatirr North Atlantic Treaty Organti part of the new coon nand.
bowed ander tone of lev ta ... About 4.M .BOOMS. fa the PlUs thousands of dollars. One con> feme were expend to reach tioa at a kUftmooa session The two leaders win seek no
central New York and parts of (held. Mast area also lest newer pony official said the storm ka war BormaL "We would gt a sWereat re with JoftMoa Monday, their sea decWens on this delicate and
Vermont and Massachusetts. bit section was lhe most destructive It was below sere Us norekig ....* McNamars replied end ef the day The prime mi*. rompks' law ebtervtrs ea
The ke accumulated during Monday Bight officials ef the rye .... We weal to essay sectim of /ewEegUnd. Tiptoes: -,.. dos, tarbde brier will conclude hie presenU- both sides cautioned Monday
weekend of freesatg rams ands Nugara-Udkawk Power Cer*. areas. Nero Lowest aorta were at yew hrrestoMel Income whoa tM today and DM*, presume tight TIM word that ao blue-
w. Effects ef the storm and said the number of customers "P'tidy way Man*. Including as Grsee- yes came acre Hot a rate fcvcreese bly. JoftflMM will present a de- pent win emerge from the roe-
biwoure temperature earlytamti woJMBt electric power was nile 11 ka OW Tow sad sis yes?" (me ef the amlujaleral/ force day conference was stressed d
km forced! hundreds does to 21,100 representingJlore Cold weather dung to wide MJliKKsat The SMrrary edged McXamare: We eV. net as conceived ky the United repeatedly, wilt American a0011Mb
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d tastes to 81 to emergency more thus SIJN ,.,.... areas fa New EagUad aad iosuie > seer sere to anrthen.. aertiMS efMicaouU MOber hi Florida er anywhere SIa.... officials using
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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Notre Dame Viet Cong Slay

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Halt FilmNEW 3 More YanksSAIGON

YORK (AP) The University -

of Notre Dame has filet
suit to block showing of a film it .+ ti 30 South Viet Nam reas were under heavy fire,

says depicts its football playersas (AP) Viet Cong guerrillas Yyllie said.
.J US.
at the In Saigon, Ambassador
outpost
.,. "undisciplined gluttons and overran a small
D. Taylor
Maxwell continued
drunks." southern tip of Viet Nam today
The Supreme Court action killing three American soldiers ligh-level discussions following

Monday against 20th Century Ite4gltewae and nine South Vietnamese. his trip to Washington last

Fox's "John Goldfarb Please reek.
scheduled mmJ Ten Vietnamese soldiers were Taylor met today with Chiefif
Come Home, for Its
40 .. wounded in the surprise attack State Phan Khac Suu and
premiere here Christmas Day, t.MII
JO about 50 Communists. nembers of the High National
i by )
charges that showing the film
4kg would do "irreparable and immeasurable 'd0fiiwd" .. [xsatlntli ] I The casualties brought the (round!, South Viet Nam'slegis.
killed in action -
of Americans
total I ature.
Injury" to the Roman W... ,. .,. .
in South Viet Nam to 229
Catholic university. I'OfllMM hew UW T..t9eBfM*. fr***** ; since December 1961. More About
The film concludes with a wy

football team financed by an Ip.teled PseapW/tee. / N.e tedteebl Cete.h Loo hN+eel,;; .J Two of the Americans killed

Arab king angry with the university ." wEATHER }'ORE\.AS1J-Snow In parts of "the northeast and northwestand today were infantry officers and UtilityFrom

because his son never showers in the north Pacific states Is predicted for Tuesday night. It will the third was an enlisted man

made the Irish eleven defeatIng be cooler In the north Pacific states and warmer from the Ohio and Tennessee Their[ outpost 125 miles from

Notre Dame.In valleys to the Atlantic coast.Weather Saigon apparently was being Page 1
the complaint, the Rev. used as the command post in an
w Theodore M. Hesburgh, university operation. The Viet Cong force, I ed that he felt the trio "put the

L-- president, charges that the Roundup [ .In Theo small by usual standards, probably C art: before the horse" and acted -
film and the novel of the same infiltrated the post before 4 improperly but not calling a i

name "knowlingly and illegally A > w- opening fire, a U.S. source ..ald.J J formal special session. .

misappropriate dilute and commercially r.. ,arts., Without pursuing the point, t

-4 exploit for their private d S In the An Lao mountain valley I lowers suggested that the commissioners .'

5 .p, profit the names, symbols, CapitolWASHINGTON 30 miles northeast of SalI I who authorized the

r. football team high prestige, G gon, Viet Cong guerrillas were action violated their bonds in
making a determined attempt to I breaking the water line
reputation and goodwill" of the ZONES (AP) Space policy ,
university without Its permission overrun a district headquarters. c over the weekend, noting that ;j\\
A Portly ctaMy Kinugh WodrwIH officials the Mariner 4 Mar
say
and over Its objections. I Low tonight M It <44 High' wt* has lost contact with The battle was till going on I any citizen can take legal ac-
nodiIn tM Mo. spacecraft tonight a U.S. spokesman said. t ion against commissioners
AP WIrpAONI to tho Inn Father Hesburgh maintainedthe eur.re wA.N and ;
Its guiding star Canopus possibly -
film's climax "Is a scene In B C Fair through Wed- of :old them personally res pons- t
American pilots
because of a speck helicopter
Shaken SantaPoor the king's harem In which Notre nesday. Low tonight in the ible for the cost of the work.
to
dust but they expect reported the Viet Cong moving
Dame players, under the influence 30s with some scattered frost. space The commission will continue k
command it to regain its lock on openly across the valley.
of harem girls, are depicted High Wednesday In the low .,rH I discussing the controversial 1 I
Santa to be overwhelmed by the size the star.The .
appear as undisciplined gluttonsand Os. Mostly northerly! winds S\ "We have been shooting .t 1 question of whether to extend
of the list presented to him by 3-year-old Laura drunks... to U miles an hour loss of lock on Canopus them In the open and running !city services beyond the city

Sursa yesterday in Muncie, Ind. While ha wouldn'tpromise The studio, in a statement -' does not affect Mariner's across roads and at automatic- limits at a special "runover"

to bring everything she had on the list, Issued later, defended the filmas tonlM D' Pair to In tfirwdD* 4M.WMntMay High" WodnooMy low- course, which Is expected to weapons positions in the trees,'" :session ton I g h t to complete 1
said he would do his best for her and all the .
Santa Inn. lowor tin. Northerly windo1to
"obviously a good-natured II man in hourIf reYrrj take it near Mars next July 14. said Maj. Clement A. Wyllie, of Vlonday's agenda.

other millions of children .he visits on ChristmasEve. lampoon of contemporary ,.,. Low_tonight Moilly In for the through 40o. High.Vvodntvloy Wow. It does affect its attitude, which Chattanooga Tenn., commander Monday, commissioners i n-

American life. It is unfortunatethat to"II''Ir:. Molly --- I1ta"II" 4 could be of great importancewhen of an armed helicopter unit. :structed Kelly, City 1 Manager

OPERATIONThe Notre Dame is trying to ly o wind_ I cloudy through M .hour.Partly .W......- it reaches Mars and triesto I' The Viet Cong blew up the .,Bill Green and McKinney to ;
transform a zany fantasy Into a ,.,. Low lonl.hM tho 0o. High GAINESVILLE WEATHER : photograph the planet. only bridge leading to the tiny contact agents for three large :
condition of President realistic drama... w moM.y matt 7e. Northerly wlndo Municipal Airport readingsfor valley Military sources reported :motels who have Indicated Interest -
IO to II mini on hour
Walter P. Reuther of the United The court action, seeking no N I Portly cloudy through Woo.owe. 24 hours to S a.m. today: The National Aeronautics and three armored personnel carriers I In the Newberry Road

Auto Workers Union was reported monetary damages, also demands woo_.,.'.Low, in tDishIn th* lowir"'.Too Ml Moillynortherly NON High 89 at 3 p.m.; low 38 at :Space Administration said Monday moving to the battle area; interchange at 173.

satisfactory at Henry Ford a halt to the distributionof J Contldorobio wlndo 0 to cioudlnoii I) mllot:: on through,hour S ..m. No rainfall.vsMpeeayunsnULSUWMINS. that Mariner had lost its 'were hit and were in flames. Their report will be considerid .

Hopsltal today. the hard-cover book pub- W_., with cftonco of e /llttlo lightroln I lock on Canopus several times Vehicles around the barbed by the commission together

Reuther, 57, was operated onMonday lished by Doubleday & Co. anda WidnoMoy. Low In tonight Iho mid In. 70i ttw North Mo High ond I. L Inch :previously and that they expect wire fort at the district headquarters with a preliminary feasibility 1
50 $
Yx northooit wind 10 M II mho/ .onHour. J.c0Mulll. I this to happen from time to recommendation
for removal of what Fa- I from the city's
paperback published by Wi.ml 03 4Time. were burning, Wyllie S
was described as a "small spot" wcett Publications Inc. The K CMtldoroDI ol..dl_. through Allan'. .7 711"2J I time reported. He said there were 4 engIneering consulting firm that

....._ on his right lung. book was written by William Wtdnoidoy likiiy. Low winsIII.tonight In" fix vole light roll MI. Now Orlon 51 :IfI..ton many dead and wounded Vietnamese 1 the city service the g r o Wing
11
High WMIn_., In the .low K*. Moot- 2. 1 1I northwest
.. An official statement from the Peter Blatty.A I Now V.rtI 20 10W..hing Inside the fort. sector surround I n g
ly norltioiitorly wine 11 to M rWlooon
UAW reported that the lung spot Doubleday spokesman described hour. ,'.n H 21 54Chkq 27 ..01II. WASHINGTON (AP) Leaders I A relentless fir from Com- I he Interstate highway.Dr. I

was "successfully removed." the book as "a funny ALMANAC ..... City <10 55pI. I of the Democratic Study ,nunlst heavy weapons poured Fred Eldsness, representng .

The statement gave no further 1 a 0'L" book. It's a joke. It couldn't be Iu... todoy tomorrow. ... 1:15 I:'Mom.tunrloo omirit W.rlh ;asLN :: I Group, an organization of House into the fort, and helicopters I the consulting firm of Black,

details except to term the oper- funnier." MMoo Wnl.ht" 0:20: ,.m. Ap.M :: yWOOS .2J' I Iberals, are backing'sweeping were being continually fired on. I Crow and Eidsness, told commissioners -
", ",.,", ................ Ooc. ItTho q II
in House I last i
atlon "conservative lurglc.Jprocedure" I changes party and night the
a piano, Juplltr high In .... withooit One helicopter piloted by; city
and report Reu- tonight ot _"'. I ll now Morly CanAl KT' TlbaaWwlwdw I rules and procedures.In 'could: economically provide water -
.. Peter R. of ManChester
More About itotlonory" omong tho "... M ,... HIOh II IM and Capt. Coggins -
ther's condition satisfactory. No.t month It will roiumo Ho viuol 1:11: ,..... Low .t ..... '.rn sod 1:20ram. : N.H., made a hazardous and sewer service to the
oMlware mo.....,..,. general, the changes would .
Newberry Road interc
A union spokesman, sayingthe I 1 flight Into the fort to pickup h a nile,
the hand of the
strengthen
statement spoke for itself, party I commercial area, Including 1WO
,-
nine wounded. It was hit by
declined\ to answer a question IAA WIrpMIY to MO sun) AutoFrom Woman Questioned After leadership and the majority of mortar fragments on the wayI I residences, for 100000. I
the House as against committee +
I
whether malignancy had been The commission! representatives -
Actress Anna
Kaihfl above out.
,
chairmen. At least one might
*. found. former wife of actor Marlon Attempted Hold-Up Here :help President Johnson's Troops airlifted Into the area; were Instructed to nego- J
: pro- bate the of
1 cost the
extending
Brando, below, Is pictured ea Page posal for medical care for the were being dropped on a 2,000-
SOLUTION
I A 24 year-old white woman robbery after a hold up attemptfailed pipelines with motels InterestedIn
her way to the' Well Lot An- foot mountain because all other
to win House approval.This
.Dr. Clark Kerr president. of geles Callpolice/ station evidence. He said new evidence was arrested by Gainesville police at the Eastern Oil Service aged hooking up with the city system -

the University Monday night where ihe was presented would cause delays.The early this morning and I Station, 1029 SE 4th Ave. recommendation would .

of California, booked oa suspicion/ of batteryon 200 Independent Insurance held for investigation of armed Officers arrested Margaret revise the party makeup on More About Sutherland Insisted Monday

approves a -. a policeman./ The actress companies testified through More About Wllkerson, address unknown, 'House committees to reflect that more facts be presentedwith

peace proposal i was clad In nightgown/ and their two organization spokesmen near the service station shortly Democratic election gains the feasibility study include -

worked out by I p light/ robe when arrested. that they wanted these rate after they received a call from which gave it 18 per cent of the UN. net Income projections, although !-
increases: BakerFrom House his motion received no
station attendant Lee Count.
department
council of -
Brando after her '
pictured arrest -23 per cent for private pas second.
chairmen was Involved with her In Count told officers two per
senger cars. Tonight's commission meeting -
In turmoil I a day-long battle over custody 1 sons clad in black raincoats University From Page 1
student' -4.3 per cent for commercial Page will begin at 7:30 o'clock.
over of their son, 1-year-old Christian vehicles. a man and a woman con-

political action;I Devi. -81 per cent for garages.25 Hughttt told the committee he fronted him with a shotgun at Ot Tampa Is took over the financial negotiations *

demands. The cent for medical learned later that Baker, res- about 3:30 a.m. However, they shortly before he went to
per pay.
rebel student F' ment Insurance.A gned secretary to the Senat"1Democratic left soon after without taking the hospital with a gastric ailment McKinneyTo

group spumed the agreement sweeping revision of classification majority, had any money. 'All Clear'TAMPA last Friday.A .

and the university Senate will under which Insurance cashed the check for Bromley In Police arrived at the scene UN. spokesman announcedlate Follow

review It this afternoon. premiums determined for the Senate disbursing office. The Southern As- Monday that Thant will be
are and
within a few minutes, one
he knew the of and Schools
Asked If reason sociation Colleges
4 the Individual motorist. back on the Job by the middle of
CONCESSIONPresident llughett said Bromley told him officer spotted the suspect, has announced that the "warn- The Rules"Gun
Another for the next week. A US said
source
request was
he was buying a house at the wearing a black raincoat, approach ing" issued the University o f
state to be divided Into 11 the United States will
Tito of Yugoslaviatold sections a car parked near the speak in "
time and also owed some money Tampa in December 1963 has shy? a fellow City
the Soviet Union Mondayit for statistical purposes. and was "taking care of his obIgatlons. -' station. been completely removed.The the assembly about then. I Commissioner asked Mayor

was useless trying to com- Statistics compiled In the various ." After her arrest, Miss Wilk- The United States wants to.Howard McKinney M o n day
Communist China. areas would be used to determine University has successfully confer with Thant on the ;
with -
progress
promise Bromley, now a coal Industry erson led police to the gun believed night.
At the time the 72-year- requests for future rate met the standards of the Association : of his financial negotiations "
same lobbyist who used to work under used in the attempted "Just a little he was quickto
old leader made an apparent, changes. Baker in the Senate, was sittingby robbery. Her alleged accompliceIs for which It was In vilatlon before deciding how hard a line I admit, recalling some scorching /-
Larson said the classification and remains a fully\ accredited -
concession to the Kremlin by In the big Senate caucus still at Jarle.Special to take In the policy debate. I he received from Commissioner -
liberal edicatlonal
supporting its explanation that revision was considered a form room waiting to be called for : 4-year arts The State Department said I It i Alan Sutherland for taking -
of rate increase because "In It institution.
former Premier Nlklta S. Khrushchev questioning. was giving close study to Soviet I action Friday without calling -
factors which rates Auto
was ousted because of are by are.utomatJc.lly Hughett testified that he rec- The original "warning" was Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gro-I a special meeting

"certain failures and mistakes Increased. ommended to Sherman Leland Notices concerned mainly with lack of myko's speech to the assembly "I can guarantee you we're
He said the plan raised from
the and his nephew and one of the organizers Tag operating funds needed by tile Monday In which he
while heading party 13 to 260 the number of individ- chargedthat I not going to do anything without
government" of the Soviet Un ual classifications of insurance of the Redwood National Due Jan. 1 University to meet the national US policy In Europe, Asia 4 o 1 vote tonight," McKinney
for
Bank in San Rafael Calif. competition faculty members and Africa Imperils world ,assured commissioners Monday
ion.Tito (AP Wlroohot .. It* aunt) programs. that Bromley be retained for and to Improve Its educational
made the opening speechat McNamara testified that the Reserve auto tags for persons peace.
the eighth congress ot the RESIGNS classification changes were proposed help In getting a charter from who want special numbers will program. U.S. Ambassador Adlai E. '
.
ruling Yugoslav League of Com after nationwide surveyIn the comptroller of the currency.He be available Jan. 1, rather than Stevenson Issued a statement

munists. .Jobs Greater, Birmingham,, an effort to make the pre- i said Leland told him in the Dec. 1 as In years past, Shellie Rains CloseN. denouncing Gromvko's speech nllht.III.
Ala, attorney, summer of 1962 that the organizers u "harsh cold-war talk" and
miums as close as possible to McKinney, tax collector, said
tells a news the Insurance hazard of the individual of the because bank were three very months concerned today. Fla. Roads expressing hope that It was
conferenceMonday ,
motorist.! national Auto tags go on sale a month "more propaganda than policy.

of his 'r He said 35 states already after applying hadn't for made a much later In any case, starting Feb. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ."

resignation as adopted the plan to become ef- charter, they 1, Instead of Jan. 1, due to a 171. Inch rainfall that hit the State Department officials In ,

executive director fective Jan. 1. progress.Hughett said he told Leland! It new state law.Motorists big bend areas of the Florida Washington said privately that CNALaee.FunorM ..M..*.....CM1ILIS lor "',. Clwwor WILLIAM-ooo
...
of the McNamara said companies retain can get particular panhandle over the weekend left the Soviet foreign minister offered Mao, u. L Army RotlroO will/ 00"OK
"a idea to III'.M
would be good on WMHOMOV. Oram.
Republican National his organization represented lost to numbers by reserving it before icveral roads closed because of little new and that Moocow .. C. 1H4 0> IrOWtMo, 'MIMUOurf

Com- $S.S million a year during 19(2 someone the In Washington and suggested pursue" tags go on sale and paving a Ugh water. seems to be marking timeon Comotonr M*with............ proMi MOIMMM S. IWorOi.Poilor CIWC.

mittee. Gren- I and 1983. The proposed rate In- the application employment of $1 special handling fee. The State Road Departm e n I major Issues. M Mor".uctloo.... ff roctM" ot JoMoJoMiMwiorol
ter said he will | creases, he said were not In- added that he laid State Road U was underwater Gromyko made no direct ref- ,, Homo Mr CKottor.. wKo pwd
I Bromley. He suggested M l,n N. S. om ..<_ '"
back commit tended to help the companies re- Jet Crashes at. ""
that $3,000 would be reasonable between Havana and U.S. erence to formulas being advanced -.A OOTOTO MMr -
tee chairman Dean Burch, now coup their losses.! "They are In- 111 below the Georgia line and solve the >". no Mmiir roquott that ..I....
tl) UX financial
fee.Lennox --tr....._
under fire from several GOP tended to check the mounting j P. McLendon thecommittee' j NEWINGTON, NH. (tAP) :State XI was closed between crisis created by Soviet refusal .. ... Concor fm*. M MOO

rvv leaders. tosses," he said. "We are trying special counsel' A B47 Jet bomber crashed and .Midway and Quincy and State to pay peacekeeping assessments SHAW. Ml HOVAIB U P rrol
to develop accurate rates for burned early today just after ISO closed north of Madiion. ">- lor Mr IMW ooo o* ..e
asked Hughett If he bad any: was M o. ...., III wooxortoy. 01Mm.er
FOR TilE HIDE, 1965. conversation with Bromley "as takeoff from Pease Air Force : .. tow of wldom.TNOaa.Mer ,.-

.Actor Victor! Mature has been, to what Baker did to help with I Base killing an four crew mem- The department said the watr **!*" ?.CN...*...LT* -.'" J hare. lurlM cow.wM.."00..
bers. The bodies would recede In about a Picas Heard > Ofrocttoo ot wimom, .T ois
Gbituarieti the charter." were recov-I .. .. .
accused in a $1.172,000 damage ir """* -
suit of thai t "N," Hughett/ replied. ered. week. '--A.. -
falsely representing = 0.-
pr tYNOrr .-wwoIowa In District C..I.w: D'P
LAP WlniNWIO to WO awl| wwM M -
he Intended to work hi a movie

1 Poet Jolla laureate Masedeld to London, 17, Brltlth Moo- in order to get a free trip to CHARLES CHALKER Oxford Students ObjectTo Court Here Gainesville Sun

Europe. Charles William Chalker. 44.Ro .
to accept a literary price
day of 1031 NE 4th St. died Monday Henry M. Brown charged -bliolotd -in9t pcM
volume .! Producer Sidney Pink, I Saturday
sad bile a MW and Sunday i om.
at a hospital here after along 'Serious with violation of the federal mliratory -
Early DatingPolitics 'Cog by 0'. Gom.olt.. .
verse, quipped ke hoped ate filed the suit In Los Angeles I I PUB.lihwij
Illness. bird act, renewed his I Cowaony at lot SI
write belter same day. liewas Monday,'alleges Mature accepted
24 toco. Gamaonlla. Florida
of Innocence In
: pita proceedings
He was a retired major from
11.11II award by a round-trip ticket with the al
gives Natleaal a Book understanding be was to reportto I the U. S. Army and moved to and debate haven'tmonOpOllsed lea tunes here you're 'JOlnl'IWlth much too young, and don't get before V. S. District Judge Har- and tnttrad of tna at toot ttcand Otte.CInmore al
New
the "
ot Oxford her. and knows chance to shop around Ait- raid CanweO In the new feder
British liter Madrid last July I The complaint -. Gainesville eight yean ago the time two everyone Goill. Florida
LeagtWo largest Ia that when Matun, from ?t. Jackson, S. C. He was University students oa a it. Debt quipped. "1n England -baa said tl building to Gainesville UonAneH CIRCULATION lAm IT

11'1 prUe yet prestaled, arrived says In France, be went on to, a native of Rockford, m.I 1.-week speaking tour of the you can take a girl out : Both B ba sad Aitkens plan cIa1. CAIIIU 01 MAIL

rccnsJtiaa ef his services to London. He finally was Induced I Among his nine medals and United States. several times without anyone's carters to politics sad .law.On I Jackson Hodges Jr., t W... .41

EsgUssj Illerehare.DIVORCE. to show up in Madrid but demanded -eight overseas bars were the I They've had eyes open on one taking notice of the fact. We're their trip of the U. s. (ho was Indicted by the federal IMaa.fSISAN

the producer claimed, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. of America's favorite pastimes:'Just not that serious about our which ends Dee IT. they win grand Jury to Tallahassee to mat tuboenehant mu* I Iba

that a friend be hind as a dou Surviving are his mother. dalbif dating- visit M collects and ttnivmiKS. September oa a biD charting an ....) M aoVonca.
.Actress Dendi Mateti. M, ble. Mrs. C W Chalker. Gainesville; Dating Is too much of a ritualistic -I Bdoft's partner, JotinalhaaUltras Last eight at be Unlvtrutr internal revenue scrvirt violation M fib** ol Aud.t -veer dCcubt.w 1

illvorced French actor Jacques iwe brother. John Chalker. thing In tile UaltedSUlti l said "he thought + of Fbrlda they debated two entered a plea olln ocenf. %

Bergerac, V, and was awarded Pink said he met this and other Washington. D. C; grandmoth ," Michael Behalf a history American dating customs are wT speakers Alan Ptnchamky Lorraine Nussbaum. charted :: = -:-:: =:

\ custody of their two children demands until It became, er. Mrs. George Chalker, Mid- major planning to go talolaw. probably the cause of the bight" and Barry Diamond on 1M top.le rob Interstate traasportauoa da ---. '..- .lei. ..-...

Monday after a 1M-7 closed apparent Mature had no Intention Jlrturg; and a nice and nephew. commented. divorce' rate !I" : "Em the Affluent Society i stolen motor vehicle, did DOt colony I.r..a-..- .le wt
door trial of working I .-U you date a girl !halls! doai "Students here go steady Needs a Welfare State.* I nier a pita. woos II Ow ,...,-.

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""II...- Pr/.. .,...... .....,......
THE SUN'S POLICY Of till AnOllf. co... Ce"tltuttee The United States, as usual was made to look ully w

1. Report Id. news fully W! Impartially In the mews column. the day the General Assembly of the United Nations con

2. Cxprtti the opinions of the Sun I li>-.but only kr.ditolois. RefugeFor s vened last week. We had said we would force the Issue of

3. Publish oil sides of Important contravirilol IIIIMS. the Soviet Union's delinquency and the long and short of

The Sun's telephones: All departments 37 .1411 i It was we didn't The fiction that the Soviet Unions vote

: I4 doesn't really count because only those questions will betaken

.. up before the Christmas recess on which by pre.

arrangement there will be unanimous agreement, is one of

Needless Junkets Riffraff trevsi s '" those placebos we are always taking to try to cure our national .

pride. The fact of it is that Russia, w far, has got

Columnist] Drew Pearson makes es. A half dozen such "lame duck" (First of tw& articles) her 1'1.1 happen to be glad that.la the case.

another in a long aeries of disclosures ] congressmen took advantage of that A growing belief that a Klan
plot Because what ii more Interesting than the predictable
involving perhaps as
about Congressmen and Washington opportunity after the last session adjourned
of government the question What In
many as SO men, was responsible flatulence our the
: brass-hats making foreign for the murder of name of heaven is the Soviet Union up to? I do not believe

tours at taxpayers' expense. This three young men in Philadelphia that her alms are by any means obvious. Does she

one Involves a lame-duck congress And now according to Pearson Miss., is reported from desire to bust up the United Nations? Utterly unlikely

., man from Wisconsin Rep. Van Felt] along come new ones. that area. In other localitiesthe Why should she since the United Nations Is no nuisanceto

and some of his associates. word "Klan; or the her let alone threat; on the contrary. It has proved
phrase "Ku Klux: Klan," appears greatly< useful on many occasions a megaphone for
"JUST SON LAY OFF THE JOKES.
Their excuse (If any is offered) in the news of court REMEMBER. rnmmunistas- N'tI"". n .' ft..

Needless] foreign travel and extravagant probably will be old one that they're trials and arrests. di-th Soviet Union really -

spending by members of studying something or other that Nothing has changed the desire merely to make

Congress encountered so much criticism may come up in connection with conclusion of Nathan Bedford GOVERNORS GROPE IN DARK the point that the General

in 1962 that both House and committee work, perhaps a "study"to Forrest the Confederate calvary Assembly cannot legally as.
leader who served as sess the membership
Senate adopted stricter rules to be passed along. It is possible] that grand wizard of the "invisible large for special operations It

curb the practice. they may even gather some useful empire" in the period of Its without first going through

information. But the facts of life greatest activity in 1868-1870. Hunt GOP Image Security Council?

: The foreign travels of Rep. being what they are the report "The Klan secret, robed That of course Is
their
: Adam Clayton Powell' (Dem., N.Y.) probably will end up in the "lame rest and masked said "has, become General t For h stated case, but it pays to

: and trips by a couple of congressmen duck file", and that will"be that. refuge of scoundrels." e By RICHARD WILSON litical parties travel down the No more than a beginninghas remember that it Is nevermore
been made I n a long
road. This
Chief middle of the maybe
than
a coincidence
before their term expired
Just The distinguished Southern
: Cowles Washington Bureau good for the country but March for a new Republican
The Von Pelt (which the historian E. Merton Coulter when the Communists' stat
contributing Junket
could hardly be justified as DENVER Colo. At least it is hard on politicians, particularly Image. This search may never ed case
.:- to knowledgeable consideration new rules failed to prevent) is under wrote in "The South DuringReconstruction" the Republican Party Is stirring \ those who are trying be successful so far as the objective corresponds they with

of legislative natters. So Congress auspices of the Defense Department Forrest : Grand to WIzard dIs-- with controversy and not to elaborate reasons why general principles of government have in mind. What actually Is tor
attempted lying supine in defeat But it the ins should be turned out are concerned. Its creation
: placed tighter restrictions on the and even includes a representative band the Klan and the room about this Interpretation
,
responslble -
will be many a long month But in the case of the Gold may depend more on mistakes
: authorization of trips.and limits on of the State Department In element of Southerners of is that It suggests tht
before the Republicans find waterites there is m such dilemma \' and miscalculations
Soviet Union is
this do not out who had less ambitious -
travel expenses. way, expenses come widely joinedthe administration
: their way again For the because they know the Johnson than
would
order withdrew buta one supposeit
of funds appropriated for Congress. whirlwind now had been started, truth Is that they do not yet how and why they are different so that differences maybe to be about the potential

: The rules obviously were not the Klan organization know how to articulate the from the Johnsonian drawn on specific and narrow uses of the General Assembly .

: tightened enough to prevent retiring This practice may get bigger and continued In the hands of cutthroats Republican alternative to Democrats. Issues. There are some vho for its own purposes.
Johnsonian democracy. Thereis Their problem Is that in refining that this is a hopelessand
say
: member of Congress from bigger unless pro m p t steps are and riffraff for private
no agreement The partyis their Republicanism to erratic way for a political With the proliferation of
snatching a nice long trip at public taken to pinch it off when Congress gain and vengeance."
: split a slmon pure strain they become party to conduct Itself. They neutralist states who tend

t ; expense just before his term explr- convenes. l>>THE 20's KLAN revival in the The Republican governorsmet so exclusive that they perhaps forget that in periods to gravitate in foreign affairs .
ultimately
producedthe in Denver and a c complished can't win national elections. previous to this and comparable to the side of the Soviet
same result: It became about what they did to II, the seeds of de- Union the General AJ..embly' .

the refuge for scoundrels and in Cleveland prior to the nomination ALL THIS IIIOWED fiat lay hidden In political leftist vote is growing .

Voice of the worse. for president of Senator through as the governors got victories by the Republicansin and one would suppose
People In Indiana for the
: I I grand dragon was example sent to;prison Goldwater. They proved in together to define their consensus the 11201 and the Democrats that under the clrcumstances .

following the and Denver that there is a moderate of Republican thought in the U30s. the Soviet ,Union would
rape wing of the It is encourage any growth In the
death of his secretary. party as no good having a consensus About an the Republicanscan

.On The Sun's Opinion Page Violence corruption young of local they had in Cleveland. But if this merely excludes do now is to find some Assembly's power.
In neither case did they de- conservative Republicansfrom

: 0.1...... .,,4 1__"" .. I.. .....,. ... ..Ic_. 1* lk. V.lM .. she f....U ..1....". Las,..* politicians and defiance of the fine the future structure and. the fold. Those who talk common ground for hanging Yet paradoxically, it does
law
.. ..d ke, the writer's .41....... H..... will M .""." If ".-...... lisle ..heuid.N processes of were widespread principles of the G.O.P. about broad-guaged together and apply sufficient appear as though the Com
e.st. .....III". 500' .... sad lII..et be wI"OI' H MM ."e .... .t t", ..... ,..... ..".... .. ...... T", having a minlsts wish to head back
: tae .._... she rilhl N relict cep Llfs ee N .......11 It. .1'..... .he..i.. t" wti,.. "',...... Since the Supreme Court How hard this Is to do wasdemonstrated party defeat their own philosophy leverage in opposition to the to their aim, by all means
.. by a young and when they place the rational Johnson administration to
school
.. decision In 1954 there let us march with them side
to the and I have been a number of efforts promising! new figure in Re- conservatives b e yond keep it in the middle of the 'side.
: the famous Christ Methodist pacifist position, by There are reason
Code publican Governor-
politics
J Housing Church, New York City, who doubt that there will be many to revive the Klan The Civil elect Daniel Evans of Wash the pale. road. to believe the Soviet Unioi

: For Hong Kong? is scheduled to lead a peace pacifists there. Rights Act preceded by the ington. Evans was able to run could profit from beefing up

workshop in Gainesville, January EMMANUEL CITLIN long filibuster against its against the Johnson tide and This Book About a Farm the General Assembly, but
Sun "Over 000,- .
EDITOR stirred
0 I, under the auspices of passage organizers to beat the entrenched Dim hardly any to suppose that
000 people live in squatter the American Friends Service greater activity (The K Ian o- the West could. The Assembly
critic establishment In Wash
j huts in Kong Kong More Committee.If AutolnlltcllPublic can be very lucrative to its ington but he was not able to Where Animals Take Over is about ready to vote
in bed
live directors
spces. )
than 150,000 the lett r was only stab define in Denver the difference for the admission of Red
In the day they are rented by big Bosley's position on peace The field for revival 1954- China; it has already declared
, night workers, and at night by and world order then it 1964 was, however restricted. between and moderate moderate R epubllcans O) Jf ni fork flfonw about that the socialists will war on those areas of

workers. More than The majority of the South- have the Imperialists workingfor Africa
where
: day served a useful purpose. Bos- Relations? Democrats which Is so essential WASHINGTON The verbatim the West has
60,000 live on roof tops and ley would doubtlessly acknowledge :- ern people accepted the decision to the \ them and things like that decisive Influence; it has
rebuilding Republican of the (21
: about 50,000 in shops, garages, himself to be a Nrm fork Eimrsi some with anger and party testimony like these animals, these pigs steadfastly declined to criti.

, corridors and staircases.1 pacifist of some sort a theological WASHINGTON A com some with great reluctance witnesses before the Warren took over and they were running cite any act of barbarism or

Nearly 70,000 live In verandahs in liberal and an Intern I..- puter !In the Information of. but they were not willing to EVANS GROPED In the Commission on the assassins- the whole farm and the aggression by the Soviet

: and cocklofts 12.000 tlonallst Ha was the host pastor flee 1 of the Census Bureau commit violence to defy it. shadowland of federal state 11 1 Ion of President Kennedy fanner for Union or by any neutralist
and them.
basements 10,000 In stallspoop in of the conference of the composed a press release The revival then, has depended relationships in trying to eluc- contains many a diamond hidden was working power e"f., Indonesia, Ind.a.>

: caves and 30000 World Council of Churches opening what may chiefly on a fringe 1 d ate a Republican philos in the raw material of Q. Did you ten the FBI. dia).

boats and hulks. There are as when It met in Evanston So prove to be a new era of automated group but by no means ophy. This well-plowed ground history. about this? The United States should
many as 3000 living on oneacres he is also an ecumenIst. lie relations. exclusively in Mississippi had be
public
o proved barren for a number eager to return to the
of land and In one six and Alabama. This group Includes Here, In part 1 II the Interrogation A Yes. .
carried on for a number of Loping along at 100 wordsa of Evans predecessors in days when all significant decisions -
over the of Nelson Delgado who
there are as record shows,
acre tract years an energetic1, and partially second the machine sorted national politics 1 Q. Did know the the
More than 20,000 people those willing to commit and n eluding was a friend of Lee H. Os you name were made by
100,000.in Hong Kong have no successful, campaign to out organized and set down. condone violence and opposition Thomas E. Dewey and Richard wald in the Marine Cerps.Delgado's of the book? Security Council where we
kind. They reach an international mora b terse news style employment to law. M. Nixon. The argumentson questioner was have the veto. As of course
housing of any torium the testing of nuclear data pertinent to A. No.
on certain the Issue
are often sterile
Each The Klan's Llebeler assistant we should have refusing as
sleep in the street main target Is, Wesley J. an
=. night they wander sro u n d weapons. types of businesses selected of course, the Negro. The Klan and lifeless and 1 a c kin I g in counsel of the commission. Q. Do you want to know the we must with the weight of
I waiting until after nine o'clock All these positions place areas of the country.The also equated Jews with Communists reality to the average voter. name of the book? the world's freedom on our
: Bosley definitely In the liberal computer did not perform Moreover it .Is perilously easy shoulders
close they Klan I to delegate to
when the shops so camp both in the narrow Its feat without human groups are to give the impression that Q. But you do rememberthat A. Yes.
I Id brainwashed any alien the right
'beds' outs e by speakers and majority
their
| can put and In Intervention, however Its colleague when had walked\ .
er theological sense one opposes the federal-state you
to
i doors.. pamphlets about a wholly Imaginary Q. It Is called "The Animal fix: United States policy
the the area of social ethics. Ills a government Inform program In question as did to the room Oswald would be "
I live in Hong "Jewish Communist Farm. It is by Or-
They choose to position Is clearly known a 11 i Ion specialist acknowledged Senator Goldwater In the case sitting there with this book George If that is the way the Russians
V Kong Instead of Red China. through his prolific writings. that he had fed It the con piracy which is using the of the Social Security program (Dan Kapltal) and It would wellThere's want it, then we hate

You know, Mr. Editor some In set ", has written a book proper data, taught it the correct States colored and race the of the U nit i e d be open} only one thing that that rare blue moon in
own world
of these people don't even called "Preaching on the Controversial style, and even providedthe as pawns The problem was the which
same Oswald did not mention our own interests cor
: a bucket and you could In which original Idea. to mongrelize the white race A. Yes; and then he had apparently
Issues as before. How da tell
editorial column for everywhere" Other Klan targets you a this other beok. I still and that Is that the respond with the Commu-
fill your he appeals to his fellow-ministers This would Indicate that In moderate Republican am trying nists'
governor for Instance In the
as
with house pictures.Is are Roman Catholics and to find out what It Is. It's took .
years to dare be controversialwhen Its present stage of develop. from a moderate Democratic pigs over the farm, and matter of
a strictly enforced housing ment the lacks the foreign born. about a farm and about how then they to be. common proce-
important theological computer the governor? What difference got Just like dures to
guard against accidental
DESPITE THE
ordinance what thesepeople sanctimonious an the animals tail and
ever
and social Issues are at stake. Imaginative flair so common is there between Pat the capitalists were before
Would Klans' patriotism make the farmer work for wars. We have leftover
need? you say piety,
Ho feels that there Is no such among public relations e x- Brown of California and Net- they got to fighting
the mayor of Hong Kong and purity of Southern womanhood them. It's really a weird book. among the political problem:
a thing as a religious position perts. son Rockefeller of New themselves and
t York? there
was onebig how
: should push for a housing ordinance without social Involvements. But Its typing I Is Immaculate It is. as before, bawd What difference is there the way he was explaining it pig who did Just the to disentangle ourselves
so same
without delay? its on bigotry and discrlmlnaton. to me, and that struck me from the comm I 11 m t n t lie
1 mention these facts because syntax irreproachable far as general of thing that the had
principles capitalist
.. Yet, Gainesville is not Hong and Its for the "lo- It still profanes the Chris.tian kind of funny have made to force the Soviet
the letter on Bos ley eye government are con cerned. done before.,
that should cross by burning it In Union (and Trance,
; Kong, (a fact cal angle"
: altogether
have the professional. between
may given Impression a Lyndon John 0 n But he told me that the
to our knees demonstrations of A. "The Incidentally) to the over-
bring all of us Is prejudiceand and Animal Farm. Is pay
that Richard
something being a Nixon farmer represented (be imperialistic
God but violence. duelevies.If .
in humble thanks to ) that the Socialist book?
put over on an unknowing local 'ThIs Is what both Republicans world and the ,nlm.11wert
Mr. Editor The Klan. In
code, general,
your will housing a housing and financial population. If Boaley hasa New VillagePastime would like to subjugate all but and Democrats find hardto the workers, symbolizing Q. No. It is actually supposed our government could

burden put on the people sinister plot of some sort native born white Protestants define, except In terms of that they are the socialist to be quite sn anti- bring Itself to recognize the

.. least afford it and the "plot"- Is certainly but here again there personality and general attitudes people, you know and that Communist book. strategic benefits of stripping
<< who can toward Improving above board are shadings. It b against, ; when both national po, eventually It will come A. lilt really?, the General Assembly of
do nothing
educational and economic op- But I am also Interested In O Nrui V ark (JItmrs even those "liberal" Protestants some of Its powers It would
) the other questions which the LONDON There be wen worth what additional
: portunitles. You see, poor are new who do not share its
people have to live some- letter seems to raise. Is Boa- sidewalk markings In commercial traditional antagonism toward POTOMAC FEVERBy face we have to lose to

:. where. ley qualified to direct the Street the only thoroughfare .Negroes, Jews Catholics acquiesce in some formu'sor !

: Maybe we need a minimum workshop? Does he deservethe In the Uny Welsh villageof and foreign born. Reporters JACK WILSON. Cowles Washington Bureau other which 'would let
attention of those who
editorial code Instead of a may not be theological 11 I beraL. Nantymoel.That l. investigating the vicious Doctors say those warts on LBJs hand were caused by sunshine. That's ,Russia off her debts provided -

: minimum housing code. Perhaps ., pacifists, ecumenirals. is where Lynn Davies murders of three young men what happen when you wave your hand in the sun instead of letting people It were henceforwsiJ
that would do more to and of tinued the British gold medal winner In Mississippi report Klan 1 shake It, a.. God intended. acknowledged that any dissenting
opponents con for the broad In S
Jump thisyear's
train sympathizers there could fM
of the as -
clean up some nuclear testing* I think he deserves rayIng power :
that occasionally gets before olympks, comes from. for example that they else the same privilege In
: the public eye. I know, we that hearing After alt, The town has painted white don't see why so much fuss is Alfred Hitrhrack will be mailer .f ceremonie at the Democrat's Inannra- the future: to refuse to con

I cant do that; it would be In- all Jesus" did say "Resist not at lines 28 feet SIt Inches apart being made over two Jews loss gala. Republicans say he's Just the masi to introduce a four-year horror tribute funds to any 'extracurricular
: and there have been
on the pavement to mark his show.
and
fc terfering with freedom of the Christians all a aimer.The lX adv e n t B r e i
the
L the freedo mto live in through centuries winning effort and now every- Klan revival Is not with which it Is not in sym
: press who took .
this
seriously one is having a try at it large! .
despite the
r paper howe as you JoP !- grandiose President Johnson bankers to hold down pathy.
your and even literally. I happen Children on their way to claims of Its organizers, who urges their Interest And lust a
w well please. READER to be conservative la my school are seen suddenly leap make a tidy sum out of fees. few weeks ago be was running around trying to stimulate some! fine President opportunity Johnson here to baa Uh I

: theology, but the words of tog Into space and
every once dues sate of robes emblems -
; Rev. IJoslcy Jesus against physical resistance In a while a father coming and so on. Because of McNamara I. firm Soot ahatttng- dew (hm* Navy .MoraMii. And qnkkly. Soviet strategic Union's advantage curmudgeocly of Lhe!

have always had a great home from wjrk will take off the Jealousy of organizers and M we ran start Kit building that multilateral fleet De Gaulle I behavior
aVMtiit'l to
want ourself
Needs Hearing appeal and mystery to me I. after a quirk hot up and the profit to be made, there protect
: therefore plan to hear Bn* dawn the streetTh.Oiyn.psc are a number of "Wans that la the future from jrecommitments I
EDITOR. Sun: In a I letter t and Ked Owofffctals ref .. to abide .
Icy, will Invite my friendsto champion remarked still provide, as before. refuge e M atTt'pt a letter from Moscow proposing a
appearing this column Dec. Join In the worL hop. : for the more violent persons, conference. Of course-no Christmas seals. and to pay for, any drrir

8, s subscriber put on record The workshop itself whatever "1 wouldnt be at an sun ,and they are most effective ,la antagonistic to our *"*

her disagreement with 1 t the Bosley's position might p teed U somebody doerat 4 communities: where local sentiment Well what ...alel'.. rho-a-j..a entered Into by the mj jt1f1:

L.I >Par.r Harold Bojley, pastor of be will not be committed break a k| ooe day" I favors their objectives. torah to 4o? There"lest expert say U.& esabaaay for* U at..tie u throw to.lnnit.1 stows it f !L vat ef the Assembly.United Jutions GtO'




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Cal Facultv Plans Study Cape Sets Good China Harvest Reaps I


Ycar.EndProjects I SEE by &' "' I id NOW vm TMitot ( WE'OOT


Oi 'Rejected' Peace OfferBy i China HONG reaped KONG this-year Communist Its best 'SO'BIG.'

the SUN agricultural harvest since 1957,
J according to expert estimates

ROY ROBERTS Edmund G. Brown today.A on the campus over the past two CAPE KENNEDY (AP-The) ti II III" here. or "'CAUSE wE

BERKELEY Calif. (AP) A minority of the 27,400member -I months. space Agency Monday announced POLICE, FIRE REPORT [ Wilt ... C.,* 0""" ,,., of HwoTomoo The diet of the average Chinese CHARGE SO LITTLE
peace offer spurned by the University student body Is demanding The group staged a sit-In at' plans to launch an explorer Accident Roundup ?t7i Plus claor Com Corp M.aolrwnlll ..v. Turnor Johrnon.It has Improved but the coun

of California's rebel student -the right to recruit volunteersand I the university's administration radiation detection satellite on Involved In accidents reported .* Publluilnt' Compmy.,.. V.Trw try's agricultural base still offers P rentacarfromA'ECONOCAR.1I
Thmtoi tttiti Pim Com
group comes under the solicit funds anywhere on I building which was broken up Dec. 18, capping a flurry of by the Gainesville Police Department John V). OoM lbs. Drive Inn One- no promise of producing )
scrutiny of 1,200 faculty members -campus for off-campus politico- with the arrest last Thursday of year-end space shot activity.If and the Alachua Coon.ty com ory >.M.lorvko M.. D. Thorn.). Jr., 121.5211I exportable surpluses needed to I 93 "
on the Berkeley campus social activities Including civil I 514 demonstrators on orders of the present schedule holds Sheriff's Office during the ,Inc., v ClwrlM. M. JudUltt'' finance large-scale industrialI-- "' 3 =:l. I
Jr. sos* Cam
Plus
today with a return to order of rights work. Gov. Brown. the United States will fire six past 24 hours were: All AmorlCM; Hooting 14.or* Air Conditlanlni .. zation.
continued demonstrations for Their protests led to I loosening 'Those arrested included 590 space rockets In an eight-day Ruth N. Kemp Island Grove Com" M Co, V. 0. t. Irlthti, lot.10, Pint G... Oil; IV5454.ElROl' CHARG.- All IIIduoIIdHO

unrestricted politico-social cam.' of regulations by the university -,students 89 teaching assistants, period Including four In four and James L. Cooper 830 NW Pkit''l'i.hllllpt WMary v IMIl lOll lit!.Mi No wonder your car breaks TO JAX AIRPORT

paigning the balance. Board of Regents last ;researchers and university em days from Cape Kennedy, starling 16th Ave., at 4:30: S. pnilllpi' 5. RIV. lomptMl down now and then. It contains Phone FR 6-3644
Mondayat .
p.m. .
The Academic Senate all month. The regents gave per- ployes, and 135 persons not con- tomorrow. | NW 10th Ave. and 2nd SI I woe Z., *Miv4.'tuO,5 m MI ci""u.. Com Co.. .14.. N. T. "b.I. approximately 11,000 Individualparts I .HI.Ib.head. Sorrlco. Ctntof
tenure mission for on-campus solicitation -, ..I., 1211.2' plus 6)7 N.W. lath Strott \
faculty members with nected with the university.The I The Cape slate lists a Project Ceas 54.
James B. ..
In three Floyd, 2602 NE!: 11th _. ,
set a meeting for 3 p.m. to review and recruitment for lawful off Alameda County district Asset Space Glider re-entry test Ter, Polly E. McCochren 419 GuS Band r----
the squelched peace pro designated areas attorney's office said that be- tomorrow nght; the final unmanned NW 20th St. and Loddie M. Williams -
posal, listen to alternative plans campus activity. cause of the large number arrested Project Gemini launchIng Concert SetThe
for the Insurgent Cross City at US: p.m.
and announce their opinion. A spokesman has been unable to and
It Wednesday morning or-
called Free Speech Monday at NW 6th St. and 10th Gainesville High School Wrap up your
Insurgent students temporarily group identify the 135 non students. bits! test flights of the Titan 3A
Movement, said the movement'sprime Band will present its 19th annual -
suspended until 8 am Mon. Ave.Herman
At a mass arraignment and Atlas-Centaur rockets
Wednesday their strike and demand Is for removal of day the total number dropped to and on F. Thomas, Rt. 1 and Fall Concert Friday at S p.m. holiday shopping
picketing of university entrances -the word "lawful" from the reg 768 with dismissal of charges Thursday Friday respec Chenault W. Warren, Keystone In the high school auditorium..

and classroom buildingsin ulations. He said students wantto against teen.agers caught In the tively. Heights at 1:28: p.m. Monday at There will be no admiss I Ion
National
an effort to promote a gener. participate In such activities sit-In. On Wednesday the 1200 E. University Ave. charge but GHS band students

al strike. They said whether or as civil rights demonstrations in : Municipal Judge Ruppert Aeronautics and Space administration Permillas A. Lee Jr., 302 NW will be selling donation tags for .with HFC
an
not they resume depends on the the South because they feel they I Crittendm told the 768 they face plans to deliberatelyblow 19th St. and Nellie Gee Chief 50 cents The 75 piece bandis ..

Academic Senates report on the are worthy though unlawful. I charges which "may seriously up a little Joe Rocket in land at 9.06 a.m. Monday at W. under the direction of Bard- Shopper's Loan
peace plan turned down Mon- Only the regents can changethe 'affect your future." He continued -flight to test the escape system University Ave. and 13th St.couu well M. Donaldson. ,

regulations. their cases to Monday so designed to pull moon-bound astronauts OP P.ICOP.DCM Cease: tvwyone en your Hit with ,
day.Rebel went to Free Speech Movement demo away from an exploding
student leaders DI
IJSIIII.mJvdo
could their
Loon. Shop
.
i attorneys prepare HFC Uwppw's ,
n
rallies and Ira Conor ProHdim
launching
would onstrations protest Saturn 5 rocket. The 000
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Sacramento saying they '
_
.
defense.In
f. Allan Canova b-o C. OruoiLuclllla .nywtwr* with taih-twt Just
place their protests before Gov. picketing have produced turmoil dramatic convocation In will be conducted at the v. Wllllami ....11.. til" NI :Uih, c1
a missilerange. i I It>., 01 :Mi Plui Coin MAlMclotm :, wlwreysuhavea chirp account.
i
Greek Theater White Sands N.M., OIKaunt Cor" v. hooc 0
the university's "q
55555,5g blllt, ropiyecnvonlontly. a
I Wnlle. H40S7Plui Coill ...D. Avoid big January "
'I RfUTEOS'TOlY.UNIVERSITY j Monday university president N. L. Coiomon. d-h-a. C.I_, oil Y. 'Ir,.. cenltdontly a
Clark[; Kerr offered a peace plan In announcing the explorer "''atco Cruce 131 Hi Plut Catla M.
T Ira Wy.Ny"\ larvlca (HUM) from HFC.
drafted by the Council of Department satellite launching which will be v. J. A. Dona. Jr., OH.Mi Plus mil
Chairmen which Included at Cape Kennedy officials said 111)Owvwf. Otlka Squlpmanl. Company.
REVOLT: dropping of university that primary objective of the Cain I,M. *WCoinoivlllo. .Richard, A. Con. Jr, lit,n, Pius MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS Borrow up to $600
harges against four student Satellite will be to help scientists tun ... William" 0. Oaitonr THE SCOT OF All Take up to 24 months to repay
leaders of .the Free Speech understand how highenergy -J The., SInS. Flrit Plw National Coin M lank of OalneiIlll WITH

BACKGROUND STORY Movement. radiation particles are injected .,:,.mt, .and Jr.larkloy US: !.MI Cot CPu,,,,Coin*. Louli MAttne f-. A NSW SCHWINN Aik .bout...dllill. I..u..... en loon at group rotoo
As he finished the FSM president trapped and eventuallylost Plnanca Company, Inc. v. Clllfort .
BERKELEY Calif. (AP) Here Is the sequence In the I Maria Savlo sought to In the Van Allen radiationbelt Plus, Coill Kolly U and Mariula Kolly, .m.DII. PHONE FR 6-7761 HOUSEHOLD FINANCI

University of California revolt by a minority of its 27,400 address the crowd of about 17- which circles the earth. Omten Pol.' Whims, d a-e WIt_. STREIT'SBICYCLE ;
v. Duty Kllllngar" 30Ni PIuS" Coitt 14
students. XX) over the microphone Just The Information will be helpful Plord,' lorton ...-. ,.....', Oracory
v. I. M. Oroon, 511 '2, Pius Coin
For many years the university had a rule banning students relinquished by Kerr. to the Apollo manto-the- eroonl Push. OT PMrlKo Corp. .. W V 107 W. Ave., 2nd FloorPHONE
University
S from recruiting members and collecting funds any. Campus police quickly seized moon program, especially In the I.t.Ihofflald.. Crane 151.571'1"d-k-a. Crane. Coin Motors U Com.my .. FRanklin 6-4524
where on camus for off-campus politico-social causes. It Savlo; and hauled him offstage design of protective spacecraft *. jamaa Pro, 15'1.67"u.. Coin SHOP :

was violated often but not enforced. is members of the audience shielding and In planning flight I S'S.J.' .. P.. Crane .-... Crane Motor C..... All HFC Offices Open Saturday Mornings Until Christmas
Last September when the violations appeared to become toned and shouted "Let him pony' ... J. W, loard, IMI.Mi Plul Coilt 615 W. UNIV. AVE. I
paths. .. -_._---
too frequent and too disorderly enforcement was or. ipeak. As the Explorer whirls ---- ---- -- ---- - --- -
He was released moments
) dered. through an orbit extending out
arrested for collecting funds on I ater and allowed to speak. He
Oct. 1 a non.student was to 15,800 miles high it also Is to
campus for civil rights work In the South and was accusedof laid that all he wanted to dons artificial
i study the decaying radiation -
trespassing. A crowd led by Mario Savlo president of announce an Immediate! bands created by high-
I group called the Free Speech Movement (FSM) surrounded itudent rally. Savio said he had
altitude nuclear explosions In
the campus police car. Men "hustled off" by the police
The demonstration broke up after the university agreed ind had not been struck. 1962
not to prosecute the arrested man. Savlo later told the rally the I

In November the board of regents adopted a new rule: I peace/ proposal" was "totally un- France Mum

allow recruitment and solicitation In three designated campus acceptable.
areas But if this should result In off-campus convictions Kerr said alter the Incident he (.) II... Vorli Tim,.
of law violations these students would be subject to noted unfavorable crowd reaction PARIS Widespread reports
university discipline. to the police action which that France exploded an atomic

Alter the action Savlo and three other student leaders took place In full view of the device underground In the Sahara -

were sent ,letters summoning them to hearings before a i audience Desert last month were b ,.
faculty committee on student conduct for their InvolvementIn "The effect was a terrible disappointment -neither confirmed nor denied by 0*
the Oct. 1.2 demonstration. ," he said. "ThereIs the ministry of defense Mon ,

Savlo's FSM sent the administration what It called "an no question that this episode day. A spokesman said It was.
ultimatum." It demanded that the disciplinary action be makes those efforts (of the department -French government policy .to .

dropped and the new rule be erased so recruiting and soliciting chairmen) less fruit maintain" silence on these mat iU '
ful. ter.. I : .
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could
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I From the Sun wire servicesBOLIVIA SERVICE

ON4dItv74'URCHASIl3ffI its MADE AT
U. S. resumes
relations GEORGETOWN British Gui
with Bolivia with announcement -ana Heavy turnout In British
that date set for Guiana's elections

elections. UNITED NATIONS Soviet
HONG KONG Communist Foreign Minister Gromyko calls

I China reaped best harvest this for world summit conference on i
year since 1937 expert estimates -disarmament.

Chinese Indicate improved.; diet of average army LEOPOLDVILLE embarks on training- Belg Con Ian 'it[fRF.E BAKING C 5N TOWER LOT If. A

BELGRADE-Yugoslav J golese recruits first step of : USE YOUR CEN TRAL CHARGE

President Tito attacks Red Chi. long swatted program of rebuilding -I The Store That's More Th an Just A Hardware Store
rain major address accuses iJ I
.; entire Congo .. .......
army._____ .------
Peking of attempting world --------------------------------- o. ,
domination. &1 &

ALGERIA Algerians say !".-

three planes, loaded with food

and medicine, went to Congo

rebels, declare Algeria Is "pass
log from words to deeds" In

support of rebels. What
PARIS French refine to

confirm or deny explosion of this country's got is a
atomic device underground in

Sahara last month. 0I London Fog Great Maincoats
.
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MOSCOW Soviet legislative ,
assemblies accused In newspaper good$1655car. ,:**?& .
of limiting free debate and It's mart than Just a raincoat. It's the."malncoat"you ; .Il.4'Il4 I

I rigging sessions; accusation I need In any kind of weather, any time of day . 1St 'w :

linked to plan to widen powersof The fleecy zipout liner lets you quickly adapt
local Soviet republics.
M OS COW High level as the temperature changes Styling Is authentic with ;;
oMtnulorluror'l Suit.il<4 '*,( II "Prlc P 0 I. hit
shakeup In Republic of Kaukhstan C,.., lor OpH ".,." ttfoor ..d.... PriceMWludot I classic raglan shoulders and roomy slosh pockets .
restores man oustedby rotforol IMIIO.. t.. ..< IUIIMK4aooior The shell is the .finest cotton poplin in colors of
tolivory CdI.l char
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Khrushchev to top party IrlKIMrtltK* (..'..., ....._".i, ,- I I natural and brown/olive.
post option! equipment, "". on* : I I
I .lotol leioi Motional). __!
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SAIGON Mass exodus of

Roman Catholics from central ,

Viet Nam begins after Communist Unline'd-from $35.00; Lined from-$40. %
Insurgent gains have : ; .J:1t,: ', j

I threatened to suppress their re- 1,, '
ligion./ : -:. London Foe/i- golf Jacket Is $1 6.95 ,:


Vet Pension 1S t


Law RevisionA :
7'1.1 ;
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new provision applicable to '':<:'IO'" ... .j ; .
veterans receiving aid and attendance I "'1' I ,: .,' '; .
under the new pension' General. Motor .moiel It III OjermtnySu (*Ner oN, when you-vo lot 11......._) onulemilmO .'
l .Mipartt .,id sills .M one! nwket two )otlpever Ski tucket souls one! S 4-fpeeel floor mitt one
law will be effective January 1, lock for pats and Mrvteo.Of .mdinwid ....... one t iedded ...<" one ted-.
according to Dwight L. Sullivan Kedott. ..... lull WOOF'ono; at wi*trim on.* front loot Seas )1Ik'mu
Alachua County Veterans Service T". Mtio fiormin sac. *4K one .> tOe ihortaitepMfltoit one) 0 tteerwif wiioel lock one .. .... roctcoily
Officer. +ecceiMriot. IfcU..hi V*..totlnou.. .4 MuttwivuMr*_h'.... M4 0040*_."rMrrj! .

It provides that a veteran of 0 .. ( .. .. .
World War I. H or the Korean .'. />. ""bs, ...11. tJ .!f
Conflict receiving Increased :. .C.. .. t }:, att. J'-".'"
6 SOUTH MAIN STREET -
rates of non service connected .. '" h. ) :J
pension based on need of regular OPEL. KADETT BYBUICKlaid ;' f"
aid may be furnished medicines Fe.hirit) H.t......, SW,?., I***. Fee). Society lnm Clothes
end lorvteod MtkxrnU by lufckTOpol dealer
ordered on prescriptionof
t.o ooo el tttont about Me turepotn DoNvory flo licensed physicians |
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Will Full Story Be Revealed t t''


SHOP SEARS '

Of Mysterious Mrs. Rometsch? '' EVERY NITS
TIL 9 f.M.
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[By CLARK MOLLENHOFF It Is reported that the Rule;! ? INCLUDINGSATURDAYS
Cowles Washington Bureau Committee has been given sortie
documentary corroboration to:
WASHINGTON D. C. ...
iThe Senate Rules Commute.e the Renolds testimony that Mrs y
thai heard testimony of the tsliociation Rometsch was once an em
of Bobby Baker wit] ployee of the East German gov,

I rams Mrs. Elly and Rometach telephone c'lls and pour tele Included ernment.In This a statement corroboration to tin II ALL S TAE Train and Trestle Set

| 14 la urging Senator Jobs FBI by another German woman -
I Williams Rep DeL. to push (01 r still In the United States,
h deeper who lived in the Rometsch home
Investigation.
v ..yG for several months in 1962. The r -- Regular 21.99 ,
-raul Aguirre, a Puerto Rice woman left the Rometsch home
Businessman, took the Fit U I h because of the activities of Mrs
.Amendment contending that 1 II Rometsch which included frequent 99
might incriminate him to testy trips away from the house 1 SAVE '.i ._
on his associations with Baker at night in a taxi and continued 17
Mrs. Rometsch, a27 year association with men other 4 Days Only
old East German beauty an I than her husband. 1
i ,Miss Nancy Carole Tyler Bak,Iil This woman was able to Identify L
er/i attractive former Capitosecretary. I some government official 0- .
Others As Low As.
.
MRS. ROMETSCH and defense contractors with
felt was revealed that In recent How Vital Rolef whom Mrs. Rometsch associated r :
months Aguirre gave Baker th e; a but she said Mrs. Romeo 2-dircction smoking locomotive with headlight

$60,000) he needed desperately U; Reynolds, the Silver Spring, sch did not tell her the names Tender, box car, tanker, gondola and caboose
'purchase stock in the Serv-l; of her most influential friends
Md., Insurance man who hag
Vending Machine Corp. when th e! been a key witness, told I because she was afraid the 16 straight and 16 curved track sections
a
., stock was likely to be lost. t I woman might talk about It. The
shocking story of activities a't o track section
through foreclusore. the other woman stated that she believed ; 24-picce trestle and uncoupling
ft The handsome business ex* Capitol. that Mrs. Rometsch was if UL Listed transformer with circuit breaker
., cutive told the Rules Committee He testified as a former close, sympathetic with the Communists s
; that he was willing to testify !- social and business associate ol f In East Germany. Lots of ploy value Enough track and equipmentfor
b (about his business dealingsI : Baker over a period of more The FBI' investigation con several Interesting track-and-trestle layouts.
,
with Baker but that he was un- than 10 years. He said that he ducted prior to requests that smoke fluid and Instruc-
Track connector set-up
willing' to answer any questions: had met Mrs. Rometscb and Mrs. Rometsch leave the United ,
:dealing with the party girls. knew that she was an employee States In August, 1963 failed to tions Included.
.Although Senator Williams: of the Communist East German establish any evidence of acti-
'called the activities of Mrs. government prior to leaving the vities Mrs. Rometsch that
t Rometsch to the attention cl f eastern zone and prior to marrying -might by be considered subversive Hurry In! These Toys Will Go Fast At Scars Low Prices
Chairman B. Everett Jor d a n I Rolf Rometsch.
1 I as. early as October. 1963, the The knowledge Williams has
of all the evidence In the Important -
Democratic majority stoutly re. Mrs. Rometsch arrived In the
listed any efforts to have hearings United States in 1962 after Ro closed session places
I on the "party girl" as metsch, a sergeant in the West the Rules Committee under
I German great pressure to extend the
peel army was assigned to
i The decision to call Agulrre work in the military mis- hearings into 1965 because the
followed startling testimony in sion connected with the West closing of the hearings could be
a closed hearing of the Rules German Embassy In Washing- the signal for Williams or the
J Committee a week ago. Don B ton.nax Rules Committee Republicansto
i dump all the Information Into
the Congressional Record In

Guide May Not Make January.
There will also be Republican
pressure to call Don Reynoldsfor
. Jtnybotly Mad This Year I more testimony In a public Assortment of Nationally Advertised Colonial Style Western Gun and "Drive-Em" Army

session. Steel Trucks Varoom Racer Cricket Rockers Holster Outfit Jeeps and Bazooka
[WASHINGTON (AP) Remember copy, obtainable at district IRS
I' the swimming pool and offices. Seers Price 229 Seers Price 419 Sears Price ,99 Seers Price 199 Seers Price 1998
[oil.well towers that caused such

[a fuss last April? I get For additional the additional reading dime matter you- Toy truck for ntvtrtndingfun Look, room bite, not ractrt Maplt-finlth, hardwood _k. Quick-draw I,,",., holI.I.. ittil. thli|lap 40 In.Into long action olive drab Hal
I Choice of cattlt truck Friction Guld. whip, tri Upholittrtd back and war bile and trophy buck 30
power
(Well, they aren't in the net'Your : 160 pages instead of last year's army truck and dump truck. cordi Included 14 In. long In red or brown, hot rtptallng piilol., batooka and rocket
Federal Income Tax." 144. Tax changes are spotlightedin
[But that's not all the Internal a special portion of the Index.
1
. Revenue Service left out of iLl AOVIKTIilMINT I rtlC
popular guide.pit '

rolled oft 300,000 copies I Worry ofFALSE

wllhout realizing some of ActIng TEETH
Commissioner Bertrand M.
Harding opening statement Slipping or Irritating?
I|ot lost someplace on Its way to Dom b._..........IIJ taatt tultttMth
suppu.e drupplm at wobbling USE YOUR
I the printers. whin you *.i. ulk or l Mu.b. Janaprtnkl
*a Ultl rASTUTH on yourput. CENTRAL CHARGE etDA.LYTHRU
V When you're In the glum business mwK.,..Thla bl< MOM plMwwl of *powder dd.4 oomlartnd tiwtm ftr ,.
| of collecting taxes, though, firmly Maunty.Nofununy by hold, .-ID I pl.....mare. :R I you take things In stride. So, the or fMlInf Iti ilkdln*r/oonjto.1>. JnwM CMItfMII
I presses were stopped, the lost 0.1'" l..nhlUlllNlaoIlDW. 1pTer wreNocninsom tar Assorted Tea Sets Children's Table! Nationally Advertised Choice of 13/ -ln. Barbie Doll :
copy: inserted, and another miI for Little Girls with Two Chairs Caron Board "N.w-bor"" Babies Vanity Tables :
lion or so booklets were run ofT" .
Seers Price 919 Seers Price 12" Seers Price 799 Seen Price |319 Seen Price 329"
The 300,000 offenders? They

fuse lare,"being a spokesman retained for said"Internal without Z7.1tC. Hobnail Mt In wfaltaIT MttolliC-blu tubular', .'..1! Fun for oil, durable plattle All, have."In'onl Your choke half and el mnv one pK-WK Tough, tIMu pUitK boll wMK, stool)mirror, ....
cwa.b..d !Ing ev'e
fromtt with off-whita ,
32-pc. Harmony In Sloe. I"ylIood rlnat ....,
I of I1iae damly' .1'"" nulchlng rug.
getting terribly explicit With nlvir-plattd cutlery trim. Madam Staid Itgi. ditci topi due end book

r MTht swimming pool and oil.

fweU towers? Boys or Girls Classic. .
'pi They got the revenue service
3 Into hot water with some oil
5 men last spring when they were *
I i used to Illustrate the con trover. TRAMLWAYS.
'alaI,oil depletion allowance. yl : 'd : Tank I Model Bikes

The oil men thought the illustration : \ SERVICE
implied favorable tax 'i:1f f I' '
treatment. Mortimer M. Caplm, ; EVERY = 4 ..
to
who then was the tax commit- i,9'1\1,\} NIGHT TIL 1 9INCLUDING : at Scars Low Gift Price "
toner, said nothing of the tort
was Intended, but be promised' ;: SAMSOUFi. SATURDAY
it wouldn't appear In the 1965 ; 101' All-Star
:
edition. Football UniformsSeers

'" So f the tax nrn explain the 1 88 Price 499

depletion allowance this time \ MyersWSHIHGIOH 21 or 2Vin.OPEM 3 9

without any pictorial help. :, .' f..*pl,..a outfit" .k.Imsr, pooh,
; A best'seller. "Your Federal I l.n.y and ...,..".r ,."". Mid-
Income: Tax" has been upped in :! turn, loge "... S
price from 40 cents to 50 cents a \\ '


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'. k EVERY odd gleaming beauty. Fully equipped with Sears Footballs -

WEDNESDAY new Trailways service! 1 luggage carrier, coil spring saddle, coaster and Basketballs
: Y'tI' .i tires.
NIGHT brake and white sidewall _

B PM to 8 PM Of'..... a'.. si aM. M.de wi..11I :.
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8 Gainesville. ,, Sun Tuesday. December__8.. 1964


I T German// Pierce womEn Sterretts To Sing Bridal tW1 IeJ i' I !



: > Nuptials Read
.1 1
Parties
IV--
I
.,. D.
Mrs.
r. Thelma Larche and 4
December
: WILLISTON Germani- Mr. and Mrs mi THE ,TUESDAY Bridal shower, feting Miss B. Beasley at the Beasley
Robert A. were married
Avenoe.
Third
: November 25 at St. :Bene Mary Ruth Hazen fiancee of home, 704 NE
: dict's Catholic Church, Crystal 1 e GivenContinuing Ted Raymond Brown, t p. SATURDAY, December U
... .River. Rev. Ignatius McCart, m., Mrs. Jerry Swearingen Luncheon complimenting I
performed the double ring cere s and Mrs. Earl Petty at the Pound bride-elect
the pre nuptial former's home, 928 NW 40th Miss Betty
'" mony. 9 funnyRuth f courtesies feting Miss Batty of Al Alsobrook. 12:30: p.m., j
Drive.
The bride Mrs Edwin -
formerly Mrs. Earl Powers, Mrs.
Pound, bride-elect of Al Also-
Shower honoring Miss Caroline -
Mary Ellen Pierce, is the 'I W. Peck and her daughter -
brook, luncheon was given
a Stocked fiancee of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. David- I IlIOn
WeirterWomen's Terrell
Mrs.
Hall of Wllllston. The bride. Editor Monday afternoon by Mrs.W C. John E. Hudson Jr., 8 p.m., Gainesville Golf 'and
-' groom,Is the abn of Mr and O'Neal and Mrs. 0. N. Harperat Mrs. George Bartlett and Club.
1 the letter's home.A her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Country
::: Mrs Gall Germani Sr. of Willisten. -
Whitley Jr.. 2610 SW Third
I
CalendarOf white satin covered ring ,
Place, Golfvlew.
== The bride wore a pink wool arranged with white gladioli and
== sheath dress, matching accessories white chysanthemums centeredthe WEDNESDAY, December I
Luncheon
;and'a white orchid car complimentingMiss
bride's table and camellias Caroline Steckert bride- !
:
=:, sage. t Events decked the smaller luncheon ta GIFTS
elect of John E. Hudson Jr.,
_
i, Mrs. Robert Poupard,.matron 7(7( '
I of honor, wore a blue wool bles.Gifts 1 p.m., Mrs. William' F. I'I'WfIRD
dress accessories and Moshier and Mrs. Roy N.
matching TODAY, December of silver were presentedto GALORE
an orchid corsage. Mrs. Robert A. Germani Littlewood Elementary Miss Pound by the hostess- Green Country, Gainesville Club.Luncheon Golf and t

Robert Poupard served t he presided at the cake table I School Christmas Dinner, S to es. honoring Miss 1 Throughout '

bridegroom as best man. which was overlaid with a pink 7 p.m., Cafetorlum. Invited guests Included the Betty Pound, bride to be rUSE
,I The bride's mother wore a organdy tablecloth. The wed Alpha Omicron Fl Alumnae bridetobe, her mother, Mrs.C. of Al Alsobrook, 12:30 p.m.,
pale blue sheath dress, beige ding cake was flanked by silver Club, S:30 p,m., Founders' Addison Pound Jr.; her Mrs. John Maines and Mrs. a
accessories, and an orchid corsage candlclabra holding pink 1 Day Dinner, Chapter House, grandmother, Mrs. C. Add! so n W. G. Boltln. Gainesville '
819 Panhellenlc
for her daughter's wed tapers. Drive. YOUR
Golf and Club.
Pound Sr.,Mrs. L. William Graham Country
The bridegroom's mother University of Florida Law CENTRAL CHARGE oLtfMlXtoCtW
ding. Pouring coffee was Mrs. Jack Powers, Mrs. THURSDAY, December 10
Mrs. Earl
Dames ,
8
,
Mrs. Frank
lace dress, match p.m.
wore a pink Frazier. Punch served '
was by
Maloney, 1823 NW Tenth Ave- Harry Duncan, Mrs. M. M. Par- Dinner complimenting Miss :
ing accessories and an orchid
Mrs. Alton Stokes, Mrs. Rich-
nue. rish, Mrs. L. K. Edwards, Mrs.J. Betty Pound and her fiance, M
corsage. I ard Wise, Mrs. Donald F ugate Anna Miller Malcolm Alday Mrs. Gus Al Alsobrook, 6.30pm.: Mr. r
Following the ceremony a and Miss Marlcne Beamer. Circle, Christmas The Delbert Sterrett family of Gainesville will Dell. and Mrs. Percy Beard and '1f'M!BWWN9' m'm/ WT
S. T.
Party, ( Elks McGriff, Mrs.
,
p.m.
wedding brunch was given at Assisting with the hospitalities Lodge. present their seventh annual Christmas program at their son, David Beard, 832 t
the Springs Restaurant in Ho- were Mrs. J. A. Burke, the Stephen Foster Memorial at 2:30( p.m. on Sun Mrs. W. A. Shands, Mrs. Ed- NW 22nd Street
mosassa. Mrs. Robert Poupard Mrs. J. H. McGarity, Mrs. B. 8 League p.m., Mrs.of L Women J. Benninger Voters,, day Christmas carols of many nations will be fea win Peck, Mrs. Fred Cone, FRIDAY, December 11' Sun Want Ads
E. Knight, Miss Karen Thomas, 1022 NE 20th Avenue, Unit tured on the program, which will be opened with a Mrs. Leo J. Thomas Jr., Mrs. Shower honoring Miss Kay .
Miss Frances Knight, Miss Har- meeting. fifteen minute recital of Christmas favorites playedby Robert Van Carpenter, Mrs. R. Nelson, bride elect of Ron Get Results .
'
riett McGarlty, Miss Cornelia Dr. Sterrett on the famous 97 beli-carillon at Mrs. W. B. McMullen -
H. ,
Mer r ysteppers Square Blodgett ald Wiggins, S p.m., Mrs.
Bowman and Miss Jan Golden. Dance Club the Memorial. Pictured seated from left to right Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry, '
8 Gaines-
,
p.m.
The bride's book I are Vicki, Jamie and Tyler Sterrett, and standing
was kept. by ville Recreation Center. Miss Della Adkins, Miss Jan
I I9uaulr Miss Gail Germani Jr. University City Lions Club, are Dr. and Mrs. Sterrett.Christmas Jordon and Miss Cathy Pierce. Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Anh y

Christmas Dinner, Primrose Is Given II
Dinner
,
.. Walnut Room, 7 p.m Tree Decks
OISCOUIIiEE llYA Chapter CQ, P.E.O. 8 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Anderson
Mrs. A. N. Salter and Mrs. Jr. complimented Miss Pound

.. Kenneth Black at the latter's Club for Bridge PartyA and Mr. Alsobrook with a can- rz 1 4 I .a
home, 4141 NE 15th Avenue. dlelight dinner Sunday eveningat .,.
..... XI Phi Chapter, Beta Sigma gigantic Christmas tree,Ington, and Mrs. William, B. the Gainesville Golf and "
.. .. Phi Christmas Party, 7 completely trimmed with ornaments Tucker, Country Club. \
: p.m., Mrs. Reid Poole, 3708 made by membersof Guests attending the party
.. SW Sixth Place. the club, was the unusual de- were Mrs. Lois Noel and Mrs. Pink and red camellias adorned d :
.w.. B'Nal Israel Sisterhood, S I oration for the Christmas I T. F, Parkinson. the silver candelabra used to '
.... p.m., Education Center. I bridge and can a s t a party light the U shaped table anda
High at bridge
prize
was
and red color note was
at the Gainesville Worn- pink
WEDNESDAY, December I I given or. s rrt .
!
Mrs. E. E.
r : won by Holloway;
''I ri Newcomers Bridge, Univer .an'. Club Friday afternoon. second high, Mrs. A. A. Sap- ,emphasized in the appointments. i.

: sity Women's Club, t p.m. The ornaments, designed and pington Jr., and game prize Places were marked for the
1 J2 Ct. of DIAMONDS = Clubhouse, West Newber r y made under the direction of the was son by Mrs. R. W. Den honored couple, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
: I Road. Arts and Crafts Group of the nis. High In canasta was won Addison Pound Jr., Mr. and "
'1K s 101 lour r Fine Arts Department, were by Mrs. A. R. Boyer. Mrs. C.Addison Pound Sr., Col. Remit on One. Laid for Month
:ww International used for the first time In decorating Prizes were complimentary and Mrs. Everett Yon, Mr. and ;JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Johnston's' '
1t : gI the traditional tree, tickets for the Benefit Bridge Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mr and Mrs. No-Roach in cabinets to control eoc'rOaches. on sills tt "I ..
$9900 Group Meet which will grace the ballroomof and Canasta party this Fridayat Harry Duncan, Mr. and Mrs.I I stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective fog
: ..... PERSONALLYTOURS the club through the De- 1:30: in the Club house. J. N. Anderson III, Miss Helen I months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets.

: 1 .. University Women's Club International cember club events. Members may secure their Graham, Miss Jan Jordon, Tor- Remember: No-Roach means no.roaches.
e. ... .. .
=N.Nrlyd M. .I-.wd.: A..D.I r I r w ,..wrt., to Iwr Relations Group will I The tea table was covered tickets for the b e n e f It by sten Andersen, James Lang and
: c..1ore htlofocflotl. N.ur. v You on d4 in elegant: meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. 'at with a green net cloth ap- calling Mrs. Thomas N. Wells Walter Williams Jr. AVAILABLE AT FOOD FAIR STORES :
: personalized touch to the home of Mrs. J. V. D. I .
with red, and
Saunders 108 NW 22nd Street phqued green
Hallmark Chrlstmis
I your gold[ poinsettias of felt trimmed I
.. cards "The World At Our Finger-
br hiving
yourDime In sequins. A silver can
f tips, a discussion of opportun-
Imprinted. And ities for meaningful relations delabrum with red tapers was
.. Tou'H find it costs no with International students will placed at one end of the 1
... more n send the very be presented by Mrs. Clifford table and a camellia tree was %
b.IC-2 card from chairman used at the opposite end. Red
.. Boyd, of the Foreign
.. t .poinsettias decorated the piano. ,
.. $1.00 aPt with a alight friends Committee of the First jiSjQS
.., charge fat our quality Methodist Church, Mrs. Glenn Chairman for the party was
... imprinting Farris, adviser to International Mrs. J. C. Jenkins with Mrs.
Your Chalet of FamourS I Wives Group, and Mrs. John.J. E. Baker as co-chairman.
.. 3" ORUEN, NELBROS =s CHESNUT OFFICE Samuels, chairman of the Loan 'Other members of the committee
o.. l OR WAITHAM EQUIPMENT CO.. Inc. Closet for the Gainesville Council I assisting were Mrs. J.
.. w... /i. W.!..*,. M I. WAIN mo* to ww E I0' W. U"lv..it for International Friendship. .r.. Coker Sr. Mrs. Requa W.
I v.u.w.MwY.u.lee e.l.m.In.A1M a.a P. 57, 4..r.M l.. Fl 2-1421 Co chairmen are Mrs. Robert I Bell, Mrs. J. M. Leps, Mrs. 1 I I I / '
-- I ln. r. d.t.. Scarborough and Mrs. Fletcher I C, W. Mathews, Mrs. D. D.

-.. l _a/11 rr/wn b YA0.car 1l oo -- N. Baldwin Jr. I McGuire. Mrs. C. W. Pen- F
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r News of Special Interest HAWTHORNE There Program"Youth will be In NEWS Scheduled a Parade"program entitled It- Dinner Fetes b Theta Alumnae /.1 j



To the Colored Community Sunday the Training Galilee, sponsored Baptist Union.by Church the Baptist on-I Honor Pledge Class

Music for the occasion will be I Affianced CoupleMiss
News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Chllds, Colored News furnished Choir No. 2. u _. .. '
I editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do rot send by Pledge Class of the University : rs. Herman :acnneu, turn waier -
The
Is Claude
Items directly to the Sun office.fmrit public Invited. of Florida Kappa Alpha, I Probert, Mrs. Thomas Sheen -
Beth Meadows and her elect Mr. and Mrs. Carlos I
.. Howard, president and rcpor ; Theta chapter was honored it a
... and
r nwtfffimtt s.a.u. will III tow* w P CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS People's Willing Workers' PERSONALSMiss ored at a dinner given Saturgroom elect; Miss Nancy bers of the Gainesville Alumnae ]Mrs. Helen Allen
1 Mt. Herman Baptist There Meeting, 7 p.m.; and evening Mary L. Tolbert of Tam- day night by Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris, Lamar Simmons, Dr. Club, who entertained at the UF Christmas decorations w. reused
will be prayer meeting and also worship, 8 p.m. Bishop Henry! pa, is' visiting here for two 1.. Kilpatrtck, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Holland. Mr. and Faculty Club. throughout the club
Bible class today, 7:30 p.m. Williams, pastor. weeks. MarriageIs Warren Ogletree and Mr. and Mrs. Carey Dunn, Mr. and I rooms. The centerpiece for the
i, East Side Church of God In Miss Ella! M. James and Miss Mrs. Chester Yates at the KU- Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Mr. Active members of the chapter I tea table was an arrangementof
Christ Sunday School, 10 Annie Fagsn, both of Atlanta, patrick home. and Mrs. R. N. Walker.Christmas were also honored guests. I red poinsettias, greens and
ajn.; morning worship, 11:30: ARCHER NEWS Ga., were sightseeing In the Told decorations we reA corsage of white carnations Chairman for the afternoon :colored ornaments In a ail e r
i am.'Young' People's Willing Club Slates !Meeting University City yesterday. used through out the home and and pink rosebuds was pre- bowl.
event was Mrs. Frank C Whld-
\\1 Workers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m.; The Archer Homemakers Mr. and Mrs. James Johns a gift of crystal was presented sented to the honoree, one of don assisted
Mrs. C Lee
and evening worship, 8:30 p.m. Club will meet at the home of and son, Fred all of Tlfton, Mr. and Mrs. Til to the honorees by the hosts. pink rosebuds to her mother, by Eg.gert -
Rev. J. C. Williams,, pastor; Mrs. Elsie Nubin on Dec 10 at Ga., whose visit here for the man, whose George too II The guest list Included the Mrs. Home and a yellow cor-
Mrs. --V Williams, reporter. 3 p.m. past two weeks has been pleasant -place November marriage 4, It honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. sage to Mrs. Boyles, mother of In the receiving line were
are now
mowSpring Hill Baptist Sunday During the meeting, therewill I were flown to their home borne at 108 NW Seventh Street.I R. Home, parents of the bride the bridegroom elect. Mrs. Ranny Hoehn, president of i
'?!. School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- be gift wrapping and yesterday.Miss the Alumnae Club: Mrs. Eggert
The took In
wedding place
ship, 11 a.m.; and evening worship Christmas decoration whichwill of the
Thelma Dennis! of Jack the McCaul Chapel of the First I president Chapter Advisory !
8:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Da- be demonstrated by the sonville, passed through Gainesville -Baptist Church with Rev. Fred qur Board; Miss Nancy Wehner, GALORE t
vis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- county agent, Mrs. Clarice Robinson yesterday en route to SL T. Laughon Jr., pastor, cffl- president of the House Corporation -
Gill, reporter. Petersburg.Mrs. elating Mrs. Elanor Har, Chapter
St. Paul C.M.E. Morning:; The members are urged tobe Laura Williams left yesterday Housemother, Miss Penny John I Throughout
The brldo Is the former Miss
worship, 11 a.m.; and evening present. Alene Thomas, re- for Savannah, Ga., because son, president of the Active
Gwen Williams f
worship, 6.30 p.m. Rev. B. F.I porter. I of the Illness of her sister Mrs. Monnie Williams daughter o 0 f Chapter, and Miss Ann Stearns,

Weary, pastor. Mrs. Ann Miller, whose''Gainesville and Van Buren Wil- Pledge Class president. I _
Mt. Pleasant Method l Is hh
t-
:w PLANS CONFERENCE condition was reported as slightly llama of Plant City. Greeted at the door by Mrs. USE YOUR
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Church School, 9 30
: a m.; morn-
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There will be conference at Improved. Frank and CENTRAL CHARGE atr
Mrs.
Mr. Tillman Is the son cf Spain Earl Tay
: Ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening F. E. Welch of the
the I principal
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Mrs. Flora Tillman of Orlando lor Jr., guests were Introducedto
w worship, 7pm. Rev. W.
Church on Saturday at 8 Douglas High School at High the line :R'1.nu
receiving Mrs.
: M. Ferguson, pastor, Midweek and the late Dr. George C. Till by
i Prayer Services will be held p.m. Rev. R. J. Gainous, pas- Springs, was a business visitor man. David Stryker and Mrs. H. T.I '+:elatrwlA{ eYpnt
here .
tor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re-- recently.Mrs. The newlyweds took a honey Prize Martin. OKI
II today, 7.30 p.m. porter. Hattie M. Jones returned RecipeNow j. miwwo ONieww wr!
I w{ moon cruise to Nassau after
Church of God In Christ to the city yesterday Pouring during the afternoon .
: Church School, 10 a.m.; mornIng from Atlanta, Ga, where she stopping briefly In Orlando. that the holiday season is near festive foods are In the were Mrs. Harry Phllpott Mrs.
I :: worship, 12 HOOD: 1'ounaA AILING AT HOME was called because of businessfor limelight.Mrs Winston Summerlin. Mrs. La- Sun Want Ads
!> | I The following members of theIMt. [ the past week. Almon Zipperer, Madison County home demonstration mar Roberts and Mrs. E. A.
.... Herman Baptist Church are ChurchCircles agent says one of her family's favorites Is Carrot Pecan Brandt Get Results
."',".. lalllng at their home: Mrs. Hattie Cake, a delectable spiced nut concoction that Mrs. Zipperer Hostesses for the tea were
. ..... Middleton and Mrs. Bethena ALACHUA NEWSMeeting says keeps well if you hide it In the freezer - -
''il Hicks. Mrs. Florence Brown, SuccessfulThe The :3 cups of raw grated carrots keep the cake moist for
r E" J I reporter. Parent Teacher Association several months. Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants
meeting that was held at CARROT PECAN CAKE
r1.p f10AllTy the Mebane High School Mon- Itt cups salad oil 1 teaspoon lilt t
I + OISEOUNLvlf ,': day at 8 p.m. was very success TUESDAY, December S 2 cups sugar 3 cups grated raw carrots .' '
/ '?. ..., First Presbyterlaa Church 2 cups sifted flour 4 eggs I a
-= ful.The attendance was good. Noon, Women of First Presbyterian 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 cup finely chopped pecans 'tt
; :t"I I Church, Joy Gift. 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup finely chopped pecans
Porgram and Offering, Sandwich Combine oil and sugar; mix well. Sift together remainingdry
I ? SILVER TEA SET Luncheon, Fellowship Ingredients. Sift half of dry Ingredients Into sugar mixture
\ M The ladles of the Friends hip 1 I Hall. ; blend. Sift In remaining dry Ingredients alternately with *. 2a
I : Baptist Church are sponsoring a First Methodist Church, WSCS eggs one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Add ,
/ silver tea at the church on Sunday I 8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. J. I. carrots and mix well; then mix In pecans \ )
: Dec. 13, from 4 p.m. to 6 Simmons, 4410 Newberry Boulevard Pour Into oiled (10") tube pan. Bake In slow oven (RlF,)
; E p.m.The i about 1 hour and 10 minutes Cool upright In pan. Remove
vlf A Ah public Is Invited. First Lutheran Church from pan, ,
I iwPERSOIZALLT 8 p.m, Lutherna Women' Freer, wrap, seal, date return to freezer.To .
'- SLATES PARTY Missionary League, Sara serve, thaw In wrapper at room temperature for 2 hours a
, If Ct of DIAMONDS The ladies of the Friendship II Circle, Mrs. John Itching, 3510 Split frozen cake Into 3 horizontal layers. Spread orange glaze

Baptist Church are sponsoring a NW 18th Terrace. between layers and on top and sides. .,. .., tJOIINSTOS'S
II fi: IoIIIIIN 1ITMoI lot s..dlftt Hi Lutheran Church ORANGE GLAZE Bruit Onr t 1QC wt'}lt..e;roI1cnr..0J4. Christmas party on Dec. 21, University NO-KOAUli brush Johnslon'sNoRoach
: g 8pm., Christmas Party, 1 nip sugar 2 tablespoons buttery Simply
The time and place will be
In cabinets to control cockroach, on sills\ to
later.HOMECOMING. Mrs. R. Bruce Simpson, 90< cup cornstarch tablespoons grated orange
announced
atop ants. Colorless odorless
coating stays effective fo(
I J NW 37th 1 orange Juice peel
$9900 Terrace cup
months. No need to move dishes, HarmleM to pets.
,THURSDAY December II 1 teaspoon lemon Juice Ii teasooon salt
Itemembert No-Roach ,
.. ,- DAY First Lutheran Church Combine sugar and! cornstarch In saucepan. Add Juices slow means |ut.roaches

W; !'oars.:: a d1.d. "..'.,, ..:'.: ':: TOURS PLANNED. 8 p.m., Dorcas Circle, Mrs ly and stir! until smooth. Add remaining Ingredients. Conk
I N..d' b..+. w... -IS,.. You can add sa elegant The pastor, officers and members Mark Barrow, 1304 NE 17th over low heat until thick and glassy Cool and spread on cake. A VAJLA8LI AT FOOD FAIR STORES
: personalized touch to of the Friendship Baptist Avenue.

.. your Hallmark( Christmas Church have set the first Sun- St Patrick's Catholic Church .. - . . .1.11. ;>, ". .
In Jan. 196 for their Homecoming m - -
cards bf laving your day 8 p.m., St. Patrick's Worn
: name Imprinted. Andyou'll Day.Eltenalve. an's Club, Parish Hall. ass
plans are In progress
find It
costs no
to make this day a worthwhile
I' '= .,:... more to send the very experience In terms of activities Mrs Poole
I = best-23 cards from provided
BSPhi HostessMrs.
41.00 tip, with a slight

I II charge for our quality NOTICE Reid Poole will ent..r.taln .

Your Choice of Famous Imprinting. There will be conference at at a Christmas Party for
I .. I GRUEN, HEIBROS s CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT the Mt Herman Baptist Churchon members of XI Phi Chapter of
OR WALTHAM ItatavM CO.. Inc. Thursday at S p.m. BetA Sigma Phi at her home,
I= .r..N..... .."""''-. :: =, 1: toe W. Univ.nltF! The members are asked to be 3708 NW ath Place at '7 p.m.
'''low 101 0.41 LO...17....... an FR 2-M2I present Rev. Richard Harrison, Tuesday.The .
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: 'g .. ... S1700 = reporter. also win be held.
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Mysterious Mrs. Rometsch? f' EVERY TIL 9 NITS P.M. 1 1

INCLUDINGSATURDAYS
By CLARK: MOLLENIIOFF It Is reported that the Rule I
Cowlci Washington Bureau Committee has been given mom ma.to
documentary corroboration for
WASHINGTON, D. C. the Renolds testimony that Mrs t .
The Senate Rules Committeehas Rometsch was once .an employee 1 I norrur
heard testimony of the association of the East German got
of Bobby Baker with ernment. This corroboration 1 J Ja M Inn
Mrs. Ell)' Rometsch, and telegrams included In a statement to the ALLSTATE Train and Trestle Set 1 beiT
and telephone calla poured FBI by another German worn
In urging Senator John an, soil In the United States, 1 1t pea
Williams, Rep, Del., to push fort who lived in the Rometsch home t upty
deeper Investigation.Paul Regular 21.99. 1 1t] ,
for several months in 1962. The 1i
1l i In'Ioni
Aguirre, a Puerto Rico woman left the Rometsch\ home l
businessman, took the Fifth because of the activities of Mrs U
Amendment contending that It Romatsch which Included fie 99 WOIr
might Incriminate him to testify juent trIps away from the house SAVE '4
on his associations with Baker at night In a taxi and continued = 17 .;' 1
association with other 4 Days Only
Mrs. Rometsch, a 27 year- men .. ,*
than her husband.
old East German beauty, and
j Miss Nancy Carole Tyler, Bak This woman was able to Idea i ]

er's attractive former Capitol 1 and lily some defense government contractors officials with Others As Low As. :: 1I

secretary It was revealed that In recent How MRS.Vital ROMETSCH a Role? whom Mrs. Rometsch associated ,- t JJ
months Aguirre gave Baker the but she said Mrs. Romet f e 2-direction smoking locomotive with headlight t. lol

$60,000 he needed desperately to Reynolds, the Silver Spring, of sch her did most not tell Influential her the friends names .1 o Tender, box car, tanker, gondola and caboose .- .;.Verthe
( stock In the Serv-U
\ purchase Md, insurance man who has ..
Vending Machine Corp. when the been a key witness, told a because she was afraid the 16 straight and 16 curved track sections 'c asJ'I)f
talk about it.The
stock through was oreclusore.likely .to .be lost,shocking story of activities at woman other woman might stated that she believed ? W 0 24-piece trestle and uncoupling track section ... .

The handsome business exe- the CapitolHe that Mrs Rometsch was sI : UL Listed transformer with circuit breaker' c)f '
_
cutive told the Rules Committee testified as a former close sympathetic with the Communists the
that he was willing to testify social and business associate of in East Germany. Lots of play.value! Enough track and equipmentfor I-.
about his business dealings Baker over a period of more The FBI investigation con several interesting track-and-trestle layouts.
with Baker, but that he was unwilling -than 10 years. He said that he ducted prior to requests that Track connector, smoke fluid and set-up instructions
to answer any questions lad met Mrs. Rometsch and Mrs. Rometsch leave the United '
dealing with the party girls. knew that she was an employee States In August, 1963, failed to included.
Although Senator Williams )f the Communist East German establish any evidence of activities -
called the activities of Mrs {ovemment prior to leaving the by Mrs. Rometsch t hat Low Prices
In! These Will Go Fast At Sears
Rometsch to the attention of astern zone and prior to marylng might be considered subversive Hurry Toys
Chairman B. Everett Jordanas Rolf Rometach. The knowledge Williams has
early as October,.1963, the
In the Important
of all the evidence
Democratic majority stoutly re- Mrs Rometsch arrived In the
closed session pla e
c s
sisted any efforts to have hearings United States in'1962 after Bonetsch Committee under
the Rules
on the "party girl" as a sergeant In the West to extend the
I German was assigned to great pressure
army
pects.
into 1965 because the
The decision to call Aguirre fork In the military mis- hearings
could be
followed startling testimony In I Ion connected with the West :closing of the hearings
the signal for Williams or thRules > I4
a closed hearing of the Rules I It German Embassy In Washingon. Committee Republicans:
week Don B. .
Committee
t a ago.
to dump all the Information Into -
the Congressional Record In

I J Tax Guide May Not Make I January.There will also be Republican _

call Don>
pressure to Reynolds
Anybody Mad This Year for' more. testimony in a public Assortment of Nationally Advertised Colonial Style Western Gun and "Drive-Em" Army

,'". session. Steel Trucks Va roam Racer Cricket Rockers Holster Outfit Jeeps and Bazooka
WASHINGTON (AP) Re copy, obtainable at district IRS
member the swimming pool and offices. Se.rt'rlet 229 Sears Price 419 Sean Price 699 Sears Price ]99 Sears Price 1998

oil-we11 towers that caused suet
.
a fuss last April? For the additional dime you Toh'uck, for nvrndlng looks roars like, Nol roc.rl Maplt-finith hardwood rock. Quick-draw 'o".r holtttr, Ride this 40 In. long olive drab
get additional reading matter bile and trophy buck I.. 50- itttl |lisp Into action. Hal
ml I Chalet of cattle truck Friction powtr. Guide whip, trt Upholstered back and seat
Well, they aren't In the new 160 pages Instead of last year's "rmy truck and dump truck. cords Includtd. 14 In. long In red or brown. shot rtptatmg pistol bazooka and rockit.
"Your federal Income Tax." 144. Tax changes are spotlighted
But that's not all the Internal In a special portion of the Index.
Revenue Service left out of ill ADVMTI1BMINT GALOREThroughout 1
i*i popular guide.It .

rolled off 300000 copies Worry ofFALSE [
# without realizing some of Acting TEETH the Store
Commissioner Bertrand M.lInrdinl" J
Slipping or Irritating .a
opening statement ,I
IoD'\I,*wnlnrruMd'by tao .HIM. Lf
got lost someplace on Its way to ...'b.lIppl..llrvppln.or wobbllnewh.a USE YOUR
the printers.When you .b t Ixilb. Joie -
lJ
.prlnkf. llttl*; on your CENTRAL CHARGE or
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pktM Thl plMUiit powd. | M :
you're In the glum business msrk.bl..nw of .dd.d torn fort "
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Sal iMiirltr by hold I nil pl>tM moll \qIR ?/or: ..
of collecting taxes, though, firmly.N o ,putytut. ..
you take things In stride. So, the Oft CACTUTla"mmJti.looo".t uf: *ru(non-Midi.oouuMT. AFltct >ldkta = Advertised Choice of 13 Vi-in. Barbie Doll
Assorted Table
presses were stopped, the lost I Tea Sets Children's Nationally ..
copy Inserted, and another million for Little Girls with Two Choirs Caron Board "N.w-.born" Babies Vanity Tables

I or so booklets were run off ears Price 919 Sears Price 1299 Sean Price 799 Sears Price 319 Sears Price 329
The 300,000 offenders? They

are being retained for "Internal ,H \ / tirt., 27.pe. Hobnail lit In whit Mftolllc-blut tubular steel Fun for all, durable plastic All hove In fan"'! hair and moving Tough' pintle with' mirror.
Ube," a spokesman said without '1J ;Clf\ 01 32-pe Harmony In Blu*. from,. with ofl-whll vinyl board, ring, CUM, numbtrtddtci tytt Your choice of one phont, tmuf box stool, seat
getting terribly explicit. : n I : Vith! saver-plot.d cutlery. trim. Modern florid l leg,. topi, die and book. of tti i. dainty outfit Cover matching rug.
f 'j.t'f,. j : ._
Tht swimming pool and oil- .., .
well towers? ''iI ..... \1.
I : Girls Classic.
Boys or v
service -MEMO FROM
I They got the revenue \\
t Into hot water with some oil '
\ men last spring when they were \', TRALWAYSti i

; used oil to depletion illustrate allowance.the controversial I; Tank Model Bikes "
\ ;
ti, -
I The oil men thought the Illustration THRU SERVICE I
t Implied favorable tax 1\Ile\;; DAILY r

treatment. Mortimer M. Caplin, OPEN EVERY ;'
to
l1 Price
Gift
who then was the tax commissioner II':1 NIGHT Tit 9 I at Sears Low
said nothing of the sort :1 INCLUDINGSATURDAY
,;
was Intended, but he promisedIt SlR1S0t1 .
wouldn't appear In the 1963 \ \ Bo/s All-Star

edition.So ,\ Football Uniforms

the tax men explain the Sears Price

depletion without any allowance pictorial help.this time ; \fi: Hit Myers ; 21 or 26-in. 3 988e Complil" ourfit-htlmtt, pent 999,

A best seller, "Your Federal ,ItrMy and shoulder pads. M.d- -..
Income Tax" has been upped In turn, large Hitt ...,
price from 40 cents to 50 cents aFISH i\\ WSHINGTOHYou're \ "

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MONEY DOWN
NO N
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,you uN j ili Hew York Sears Easy Payment Plan :


$100 I, \\I -x: ." --r- I' : Handsomely styled to make you the envy of -

tx the block. The sleek, modern frame and jet ..

sweep tank are truly eye-catching. Chrome- .

FRV miles ahead with plated fenders, rims, hubs and handle bar ..

EVERY odd gleaming beauty. Fully equipped with Sean Footballs

WEDNESDAY new Trailways service! luggage carrier, coil-spring saddle, coaster and Basketballs
YourcHolce 488
NIGHT brake and white sidewall tires.

B PM to O PM OHool pie.wight.Mod with '
1t 24 or 26-in. Bikes As Low As 29.83 tough, long-lotting. Mrytojnp I''
co*n.Double.
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2830 N.W. FT. MYERS $ 6.4S
Th ertlv' thru l.r.lcf
NSW YORK 32.30 r
13th Thru ..NIc.-....... rout
*> CLEVELAND 31.50
Nw #wu Mrvk4 .<. Aihcvlll
Street e LOS ANGELES 65.90
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52T TAMIAMI W. UNIV. AVI TRAILWAYS fMONI I72-4UT Croquet Outfits Lever Action 5.S1-ft. 2- Man Extra Fun, Ploy Race Wheel.
Phone for Six Players Repeater Bl Guns Scout Pup Tents On lit Gym Sets Roller Skates

FR 6.6586 TRAILWAYSEasiest 1..1.91 688 Reg..S.49 483 Res. Ml 1)88 Wdh..e" diM 2099 Seen Price O88gun


Incll.das mallets'. ,ta""". bal V J5o.ahat4... Caroeuq c-Iert t tall $.* lea. 2M. itml tub Mtb Red ,.4 ..... ....,. ... 15
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I An Amazing Picture of Prosperity in ;U.S. i Tree FOR, Surgery IXMRT hr.to.. .

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By SYLVIA PORT :R by Inflation, first concealed bypricewage [percent Stock values: Up 39.5 per cent given additional Incentives, the), In the face of rising labor costs. weapons will b* used as best., -- WankfttT._.
Financial WriterIn controls and then Employment (nonfarm jobs): up $12.5 billion or 64 per cent well may not continue InvestIng Increasing numbers of corporations know how.What's ........1
less than 60 days we'll be openly virulent Up 4.700,000 Jobs.Unemployment. measured by the Dow-Jones industrial in plants and equipment al I could be under pressureto more, Johnson I is determined -: *,,,,''n.CiN. .
marking an extraordinary mlle-) [ 1964 is almost over, the latest rate: down atock average and up the pace of 1964 Unless consumers hike prices to maintain their to refine the weapons tk ..
stone In the life of the U. S. economy available figures won't be im- from 11 per cent to S.2 per cent,, $220 billion measured by the lat new incentives too,,, profit margins. we have and to try to create "M"'e.1itlJaJ'
: four years of uninterrupted .-leant/! changed in coming but within this over-all rate the total dollar value of stocks listed -they well may not continue their We also face an Intensifying ,.new and better ones. !
across-the-board, non- wesks Here, therefore, is a box- rates among adult men and particularly on the New York Stock Exchange -spending pace. As for federal I fight from our industrialized Whatever the future though,
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inflationary upswing to never-. score of the key economic gains among adult married government competitors ImMCllM .M UNnMMdatttpsuilk
before touched peaks. during the Kennedy-Johnson ad- men the family breadwinners Consumer prices (the cost of It will climb but a ceiling wU:!I world markets. Britain and the It fully Its unique in I
There la no precedent In our ministrations of 1961 to 1965. have fallen to the so-called living): Up 5 per cent he on the percentage of increase Common Market members will world. history.. --
peacetime history for a strong Save It for easy reference. tolerable range of 4 per cent or Wholesale prices: Hardly bud until our economy signals a I be battling harder against us
upturn of this duration. Actually Gross National Product (this below. need for more spending fuel. that they have been to expand
there is no precedent for It measures the extent of our Average weekly earnings !In ged.The odds as of now are a- Just the fact that price and t their exports. Even a comparatively
in wartime either, for our one growth): Up $127 billion or 25.J manufacturing: Up (1309 a gainst duplicating the amazing wage Increases have been so restrained moderate quickening of Sun
longer war boom that of per cent week or 15.5 pace cent. record of the past four years casts doubt on whe price rises here could under'mine
World War II was marked Industrial production up 27 Personal Income: Up $87.5 bil- during the next four. ther the restraint will last The, our competitive positIon.
1I lion or 21S per cent. Just the fact that the upswingIs fat auto wage settlement could We have plenty of MERCHANDISE
After-tax personal Income: Up so old Is an enormous obstacle vitally Influence negotiations In pro-prosperity and tntl-recession MOVES
; Water Vapor on Venus $80 billion or 22.S per cent. for this alone telegraphsthe other important Industries. weapons In our economic
I After-tax. personal Income for probability of a slowdown In There Is no hiding from the dual arsenal, and under President
family of four (average): Up the pace of rise in spending threats of a hefty steel wage Johnson you may be confident
: Raises Possibility of Life I$1.250: _or 18,3 per cent I Unless business men are settlement and steel price hikes. that as soon as Indicated, the .
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state high school Class A football crown will be determined
Friday night when Lake City and Wildwood
clash at Florida Field starting at 8 o'clock.
c STURGEON In overtime to pick up its third LSU, which trailed 43-43 at half
Floyd Lay, executive secretary of the Florida High School Associated Press Sports Writer victory of the season without a time, took an early lead after
Activities Association said today that tickets are on sale ....1 T. Tennessee basketball Coach toss. The game ended regulationplay 'intermission and hung on for the t
at the University of Florida athletic ticket office (In the HANK FOLDBERG GENE STALLINGS Ray Mears Isn't ready to say I with the score tied 14-64'I triumph.
stadium and at Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods Store. now athletic directorStallings .now Aggie coach he'll challenge Vanderbilt for Charlie Perry and Jerry Craig Mississippi also had to come 1

They are priced at $1 for students and $2 for adults. the Southeastern Conference were the big men for Alabama from behind to whip Centenary,
championship, but his victory in the overtime. It was Perry's but the Rebels scored 11 consecutive ..
Both Wildwood and Lake City come into the contest un- Named over Georgia Tech has him jumper with 2:03: left that put points midway through the ?
defeated. Wildwood Is 11-04 while Lake City Is 9-0-2, havIng looking in that direction. the Tide ahead to stay 71-70. second half to go ahead. LeadIng -
played a 6-1 be with Florida High of Tallahassee and "Actually,'beating Tech In At. Louisiana State got a solid the Rebel scoring was Glenn
04 tie with Palatka. ra
a Texas A&M :anta Is about as big a thrill as one-two scoring punch from Bill Lusk with 23 points. '
Byrd Whigham, one of the state's most successful high Coach winning I I the championship," Wilson and Harry Heroman who The only game tonight finds Ts..,B... 5, 1964 Ps.
school coaches, Is the Wildwood mentor. Paul QuInn Is Lake blears said after his Volunteers scored 21 and 20 points respectively -Vanderbilt hosting Western Ken
City tutor and Is la his first year there. COLLEGE STATION, Tex. however, and went to Alabama, 'overpowered the Yellow Jackets against the Longhorns tucky.
CAP! ) Texas A&M remem- his alma mater, which was I W2< Monday night for their first
Wildwood, barely over Class C status with Its enroll bered how Paul (Bear) Bryant looking for somebody to drag it victory in Atlanta in 10 years."I .
ment, Is a Class B school HAS MS TOTAL IN EVENT
playing Class A
competition by rebuilt Its football fortunes, M It out of the doldrums. Bryant did remember after Tech beatus
request; got a man from Bryant's eham- that-he has had two national I here last year. I said we I

When it developed late In the season that Wildwood bad plonship team to coach it backto champions at Alabama. :shall return" Mears said", smil Golf Title
a chance at Class A honors, Wlngham dropped a game greatness. Stallings was freshman coach ing. "It sure was sweet. Murphy Cops
with Lake Weir to add on two Class A schools. Wildwood When asked if he thought the
defeated Lyman on From Alabama, where he has in 1957 but went to Alabama 1 highly regarded Volunteers had
Eustls on Friday, Nov.Wednesday 27, winning, Nov.both 25, and then played been assistant head coach to with Bryant in 195$. enough talent to handle tall, talented Bob Murphy of the University In the Edlvlalonofthe 1 I at, 184; Bill McDonnell, 117;
honors. to gain regional Bryant, comes Texan Gene : and nationally ranked of Florida golf team fired a championship flight, Loyd Watts Tom Elfe, 190; Elliott Buckman,
In 1956 A&M couldn't participate 77 with his medal- led wait 150. He had 76 Sun
Stalllngs to take over the sagging Vanderbilt, Mears replied: Sunday to go a a 199.
Last week. In the first round playoff games, Wildwood fortunes of the Aggles. in a bowl game becausethe "We'll have to get a lot of tat round of 68 for a total) of day Fred Simons had a 155. Bub Lanumyon, 191; Paul
whipped Hollywood Chaminade 23-12 while Lake City school was on probation for seasoning in us if we're to win 145 that won the annual City Other scores were Gerry Green, Bergman and Fred Lewis tied
downed Venice, 26-0. Stallings was named head recruiting violations. But the ;any championship. But, remember Open golf tourney 151t; Jack Cabler 159; Aiey for second 192; Chris Whitlow,
coach of A&M Monday while next year It was off probationand I we're not giving Vanderbilt The meet was played at the Stephens, I60; Harmon Hales, 196; Paul P Uey, 203; Bob
Henry (Hank) Foldberg who Bryant's team, which had I anything. We beat them last Gainesville Golf and Country Nick Hofflng[ 172; Joel McCoy, Northrop. 208.
Starke Five has been athletic director and an $-2 record, played In the Gator year, you know." Club course 178. C. Hern, 193; J. Weber, 2M;

head coach for three years, becomes Bowl. In other games Involving SEC The players drove from blue Jay Scrafford, 169; Ralph Paul Mallard, 215; Jim Allen,
With full-time athletic Since then A&M hasn't had a I schools Monday night, North markers at the back of the tees Strafford and Lt Lee Mason 223; George Corwin, 229.
Opens director. winning team. This past seasonIt ;Carolina stunned Kentucky t2-t7, and the pins were stationed at tied for second with It9s; W T. 161; Eddie Hoard 1(1; W, E.
end won only one game, bringing Mississippi upset Centenary 6867 the back of the greens. Add a Robinson, 172; Roy Stepura, Lear, 114.Other .
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Live Oak an on the record of Foldberg In three I Louisiana State knocked Texas stiff north wind Sunday and the 171; T. A. Roundtree, 176; B.Boxwell. results:
1958 Texas A&M team which years to 6231. : from among the unbeaten, rugged local course played exceedingly 178; Bill Welch, 17t. Gordon Bullock iSl; Mickey
4 went undefeated and won the 13-73, and Alabama beat Florida tough, pro Bill Eth- Jim Brown, 166; Rodger Bryan Edmonson, 164; Wendell Clardy
STARKE Bradford Co. Southwest Conference championship Stallings and Foldberg both :State In overtime 77-73. eridge said.Trailing 173; Bill Ward 180; Gordon -Ill; Clayton Hawk 166; H. D.
makes Its basketball debut tonight under Bryant. were given four-year contracts. Alabama saw a 17-polnt first Murphy who had 40777 Lee, 1W; Col. William BOo Wallace 167; John Merrill, lit. ;
under new coach Bob 23 Stallings!! 29, is a native oil I half lead vanish against Florida Laurie Hammer .
Paine when it hosts Live Oak Bryant quit at A&M In 1957. Paris, Tex. itate and then had to go all-out Sunday was
also UF golfer He hada
at 8 o'clock. a
The Starke quintet lost heavily 75 for a 141 total. WHOLESALSE PRICES

ago.Paine via graduation from a year GHS Hosts Jax JacksonIn Ion Other flight 1 I championship scores Included admit- ON ALL HEATERS!

likely will go with Charles Gann, 132; Frank Miles,
Donnie Falcon at guard and JOE DEAN 154; Wally Armstrong, 154; Vic
Gene Pass at center. They are .gives clinic tonight Newton, 155; Ed Stephens, 157; W.eyOueHe.tera SAVE UP TO 40%
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The Tornadoes will lack season tonight lack of height Just as the Purple go with Wayne Rick B.1 d Former heavyweight champion the Middle men
height with Pass 6-1; McLeod Former Louisiana State University hosts the GHS Jacksonville Jackson at and White Is experiencing Welsch, Bill Boat, Carl John- Jersey Joe Wallcott was named .r Distributor _510
6-1 and Reese 6-0 and Phillips 66 Oilers gym.
; tallest play 'this son and John Willis.There .
star Joe Dean will conduct a The Invaders will be playing season. today to referee Saturday FOR

ers.Live Oak will start Richard basketball clinic for boys 11 their first game of the season Seniors among the eight Tiger will be a preliminarygame night's IB-rounder between ex.i
Townsend, Dean Croft, Allen years old and over 8 at 7.30; tonight and will be trying to bounce I lettermen are Hal Sykes, 6-2; at 6.30 tonight, matching heavyweight king Floyd Patterson
Gutshall, Lee Harvard and Ray at the Boys' Club.A back from the worst record ((3- Jim Schlebler, 5-11; Gary Gann, I the junior varsity teams of Jackson of New York and Charlie EXAMPLE! Monogram oil /htattr
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JACKSONVILLE (APJack toured As part Rssia.of this clinic, there I PHONE 372.5333SAUNDERS ]I

Harper Florida Junior halfback will be sound movies of the sea Santa Fe Cagers
is the Back of the Week in state son's major championship basketball ,I OIL CO.
college football games.
Harper was a big cog hi Flor- Dean will demonstrate and P. K. Tongs will seek Its second Tompkins and George TeeL 114 NW. 13th 5t. Phone 372.1451 ll4N.W.4thSt.
ida's 204 upset victory over explain the fundamentals of basketball basketball victory of the Last year the Rebels and .
Louisiana State University. The In detail Including passIng -year when it plays at Santa Feat Wave had a trio of rugged contests .
LSU pass defense which hadn't dribbling, pivoting, offense I o'clock tonightThe as Santa fe went to Keystone
surrendered a touchdown aK and defense.Summers'. Blue Wave downed WU- Conference honors and
season was penetrated for two listen a week ago while the host the regional tourney finals I
by Harper. 491 Rebels are I-Ion the year, topping against Groveland. HOT-NEW DODGE
He caught a 34-yard touch- Leads JuniorsScott Chiefland and losing to
down pass from quarterbackSteve Lake City. PKY will be at home Friday
Spurrier and took a Summers' 494 on 172- Coach Wilbur Hoskins win go night to Green Cove Springs
and the Rebs host Chiefland)
screen pass from halfback Allen 179-143 led the Streifs Bicycle with his veteran array of Bob
Trammell on a fake field goal Junior loop at Palm Lanes. Ka- by Hines, Chic Hinton, Corey the same evening. FUN-SIZE DODGE
and ran 20 yards for another ren McElwain paced the girls Johnston, Danny DennIson and There will be a '.30 p.m. preliminary -
touchdown. with a 468. Summers' 179 was William Whitley. tonight between the
Harper also returned two kickoffs belt game. Coach Genie Hatch of the Junior.varsity squads.Gators' .
a total of 50 yards. falling Pins had a 2118 series Rebels, rebuilding after last t
The selection was announcedby and Pin Busters a 720 best year's great team likely will go Pass FULL-SIZE DODGE
Jack Hainton president of game. Miss McElwaln made the with Terry Thrasher, Fred
the Florida Sports Writers Association J-7 split Clark, Andy Strickland, S e any
and Sports Editor of the
Defense Best
Jacksonville Journal ,
Honorable mention went to Fete
Quarterbacks to
Florida's Trammell who inter- SEC Reveals ALL-NEW DODGE
cepted two passes, in additionto
throwing the touchdown passto UF Gridders Wednesdayhe
Harper and halfback Larry BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) -
who closed his career Alabama. Auburn Kentucky
Dupree, The Gainesville QuarterbackClub unable to fin the !
was new
and Florida took offensive
21 times for (0 top
by running will honor the Florida foot date. Jordan was contacted and football honors In the Southeast- LOW-PRICE DODGE
yards. ball team Wednesday night at agreed to give the addrtis era Conference this season, with
the annual Christmas party. Wednesday night llama the dominant power.

UF-FSU TripDeadline The affair will be at the Holiday Coach Ray Graves will sum Final statistics released today '
Set Inn. Dinner will be served up the Florida season. S a a t a by SEC Commissioner Bernie
starting at 6:30 pm.. club captain Claus Is expected to put In an Moore showed SEC champion ,
Gainesville Tlpoff Club members Mebbie Anderson said. Alabama No. 1 to most offensive -
wishing, to make the trip appearance departments and Auburn first In ..._ t- ,
by chartered bus Wednesday to Ralph (Shug) Jordan, Auburn defense. ,-:::; ..
Tallahassee for the FlorWa-FSU head football coach, will be the Cappelletti The Crimson TIde amassed
basketball game are urged to speaker. Special awards will 1,799 yards t to lead In mining
get their places. feature the program also. Breaks MarkNEW offense, with a game avenge of
Alan Lederman. trip chairman The perry was postponed from 171 to 443 attemJ Alabama
said only a few seats re last week due to the Gators' YORK (AP) -ClnoCsppeUettl took first ta total offense with
main. Members should all him makeup game with LSU last Boston's top peas .3J29 yards lot a game averaged
at 371-1230 today. Saturday night Ben Martin Air catcher and field-goal. kicker, 1111.I 65 Coronet
The bus lena at 2 p.m. Wednesday Force Academy coach was to has bettered !his own America I Coed Paul Bryant's national Dodge
from the Holiday Inn. have been the speaker then and football League soring record champions also were first to
with 133 points. He set the old scoring offense with 233 points
mark olIn to 11. la H unbeaten games for a 231
Family Two-Ball Golf 'average. They led ta first downs
I The 30-year-old pride of the made and scoring defense.
Patriots scored a I touchdown .o I Auburn maintained Its hold ta
Event Set for Weekend a pats from Babe Parish, kicked total drfeme. The stincy Tigers

a 12-yard field goal and added allowed 1447 yards ta 43 attempts This kid 1M car that even !tat the experts mined. A Maize/ fun-comfort eat with sicf
Two. BaD Senior Mae Junior Girl > four conversions ta Boston's 3124 for aa ef 14.7
The animal Family average
And Its for lets than the tokened low
Dodge's bit W ride and dependability. yours
1 tournament of the Junior Golf;[fillets tall, sodt-hole victory era Kansas City Aafcura also look Ont ta rushing
tot the deal of If. on the cat of We-
Association win be played SatnnUy Sunday. Mem with 119 yards gained prk* tnro Be your Dodge Boyt today your your

and Sunday at the Golf Assisting ta the event are Mrs. Cookie Gflchrtat. Buffalo fuS- ,agabMt them for u Itt average Dodge Coronet.
and Country Club. I WendeD C I a r'y, chairman back, leads Matt I eD, the New ta 14 games.
Pad op members ef the JGA Mrs Leonard EmmeJ. Mrs. York rook, by 71 yards to their I Kentucky took the top tint In
are eligible to compete. (IRDbtrt Clayton, Mrs. WDUaaZeasah halite for iN nsriung 1ra4. _t g offtiMt. The Wildcats POOLE-GABLE MOTORS
The event match members Mrs. Donald Chess.Mrs. ., Each player has tae games to i completed 114 ef Bt tries for ill
ef the Junior adult. Robert Hadley, Mrs. Jolla go. CilchfW has gained *2 1609 yards and a Ml average
BKinbm. waD be com-{Merrill and Mrs. Cy Puckett.otJi yards as in attempts Sued 7)1 DortoVi Gaines .bt ta p.Mtnf4rteM II> $.!. M AWildwood G.lae.viil., FIsdea (
petition ta Mod Son, W JGA members Intending to a 17$. Each. a 4.4 average. : *. allowed only 17 cample
cr-Daug'tter, father. Daughter/iwmprte should swtfy Sin Ln Dewsosi ef Kansas Off :;Awe far (40 yards and a Ml
Lady Golfer Junior Boy and,CUrty. atm leads the paiters. average.



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OF 78 IN CANADA CUP PLAY

Makes mWw ,

Ffillanova( Palmer

) 'Lousy Round Says

Bid for Ranking -

but I'm not the charger, wbo has built I\\n a
By WILL CRtMSLEV "Jack Is young and strong<<, t a (maybe 15 a year miracle
By DICK COUCH .. phla and Charlotte, N.C., came Associated Press Sports Write! fine golfer," Arnold said "He's ready for the old people's home reputation for finishes,
:Associated Press Sports WrIter too late to affect the Associate! t(. going to win a lot of bourns yet" go Into reverse and blow a tour.
f Vlllanova's Wildcats are Press weekly ratings, released HONOLULU (AP-Has Ar. ments. hope I win a lot more. Not Discouraged nament on the last day.
:scratching their way up the col today with Kentucky in the No nold Palmer lost his fabled finishing "It's true I'm not as young as Palmer, who lost out to Nick- "For three days I played as
ore legs basketball ladder. Their 9 spot and Villanova barely outside kick? Is age catching up I was, and I plan to cut downer ,laus In the money-winning race good a golf as I've ever playedin
)Kentucky cousins may be up r sV the top ten. A shuffle on the with the world's greatest mon my tournament schedule -'and who finished second five my life," he explained. "It
developing
ey-winning golfer Is he happens I had a bad one. The
'tree. next go-round is likely, however .I times in a row this past season,
Jack NlckUus
complex
Jf ': Bill Mekhlonni's Jump she with Villanova assuming a showed no sign of discourage- law of averages. I.don't Intend
in of 'CatWolverines l ? Case QuitsAs to let it bug me. A new year is
with 22 seconds to go overtone the role top "Ridiculous" Palmer to ment.It "
,. lifted Villanova past says seemed a bit strange to see coming up.
Roll himself to such suggestion:
Princeton's Ivy League champlbt Top ranked Michigan, meanwhile raised after ha blew the Canada Wolfpack
ens 61-60 Monday night whileA cleared its bench early Cup Individual Trophy last Sun
North Carolina was caging the while brushing off Missouri II- day In one of the most unbeievable Cage Couch Barry Biebel's

rn ''Cats, 8247. 81 and Kansas State, knockedout collapses In blgtizne
fy The developments at Phlladelor of the top ten by Indiana golf. RALEIGH, NC. (AP) Everett I
.yr,
-1- last Saturday, rebounded "I Just had a miserable roundI Case, the Old Gray Fox
ol against Southern Illinois 61-48. played lousy. It's as simple who helped bring blgtlme col 648 Tops League
2 Michigan Indiana whipped Oklahoma V as that. That's all there Is to it" lege basketball to the South,,
.
Palmer after firing auccesIve Car
North
87-79 Ohio State beat Houston resigned Monday as I
; l rounds of 65-68-67-67 with olina State's basketball coach r Barry Beibel of Womble's oop. Elma Newman, South t
2 Tops FirstS 77-69 State; 76-74 Bradley Tennessee edged Murray topped the first of these In the preliminary because of extreme fatigue. Standard Service led the Commercial Atlantic, hit Wand She! by
; pro-am( wilted to a 78 on Case, who was to have retired Palm Lanes Goode, Fairmont Oil Co., rolled
Tech 66-52 Utah State at
Georgia ; tie final day and allowed Mi next June 30 after 19 seasons League 516. The 200 games were best
Poll Pacific 93-74 and Art with a 648 series.
thumped night
Monday
Cage 01 teammate, Nicklaus, to walk with the Wolfpack and nine singles.
ve zona surprised Texas Tech 83-75 away with his second successive days after Ills 65th birthday, He rolled 232-218-193. South Atlantic toppled 1457
sb BOB GREEN In other games involving na Individual had and Bank of Newbcrry had
By crown. said the decision to quit Jim Trogdon, Wise's Drug a
tin 'Associated Press Sports WrIter tional powers. Easy Win been "coming for some time." Store, had a 594 and Hershel 528 best game. Lee Green made
K: 'Michigan's powerful, veterar Tonight's top games match The American team of Pal. Athletic Director Roy Clogs- Strelt had a 583. Frank Palka the 5-10 split.
cu ''Wolverines, who have romped third-ranked VanderbIlt against mer and Nicklaus won easily,, ton and the faculty athletic Bank of Hawthorne, matched
tee 'through three games without Western Kentucky; San Francisco the fifth triumph In a row for committee Immediately approved -Biebel's 232 top game. Streit,
Sun
tap Wlraplwl to m. )
fy major diffculty, dominated The No.5, vi. San Francisco the United States. the appointment of assistant Warren's Duds, bad a 226.
wt Associated Press' first regular State; Minnesota, No.8, vs. As FSU Lost The Individual duel between Press Maravlch, 45, as
wl season basketbaU poll today and Marquette, and St. John's, No. Palmer and NIcklaus, recognized head coach and granted Case's Manaro's Restaurant rolled a
. d'' 'lection as the nation's best col.'leilate Melchlonnl outscored Bill away from Bill Glenn of Florida State In pro golfers, overshadowed the allowed to aerve as an advisory had a 1043 top game. Splits were
cal crew. Bradley, Princeton's All-Ameri Monday night' overtime victory for the Crimson one-sided team competition,, Case, whose State teams com- made by Cleo Hack, Duke Lumber
Re Wolverines who lost only ca sharpshooter, 24-23 as Villa- Tide at Tuacalooea.Rebels. although both Jack and Arnle piled a 378-133 record prior to 6-7; and Jack Harris,
,
Clu The from the team that nova ran its record to 30. The resented the emphasis on the thIs: season, said he suffered United Liquor, 67.
a*. 'ore regular Wildcats' Junior star fired the IndIvIdual play. fatigue
headaches and extreme
finished third In the nation last Shirley Hester's 530 on 190-
TU i gained 32 of the 34 first- winning two-pointer( after Bill Place 5 Palmer led through the first during pre-season practice. 188-152 led the Royal Poultry
,
d, year had After 38 holes he had with
votes cast and had a Kingston's layup put two days. Saturday night's game coffee loop. Bertie Redden hada
Jog place ahead with one-half an eight-stroke bulge on his at Winston-Salem
100-polnt margin over Princeton Wake Forest 479 while Phyllis Wright had a
whopping
pee Wichita. minute left In the extra session partner, After 54 holes, although made up his mind. "I had to geta 193 top game. Wings rolled a 1-
13 second-place Mcklaui fired a record-tying 65 chair and sit down," he said USE YOUR
795 series and (33 high single.
a
toB Michigan, which already hasal' Overtime On Honor SquadChampion I in the third round, Arnie still led "Then I thought I was never .Irs. Redden made the 5-7 CENTRAL CHARGE et
survived two major tests, The Tigers froze the ball for ... Jack by six shots. going to get home."
2 gained 337 points in the ballot- the last two minutes of regulation Even with his record for fabulous Case added, "I would have split J3f.lAUII" .........
I '(ng on the basis of 10 points for play but Bradley missed a Santa Fe dominated Park; quarterback Jay Cools- comebacks, Nlcklaus liked to have finished, but It was Lb Elleman of South Atlantic .4s #4alewMCowper,
]/ first, 9 for second, 8 for third Jump shot with two seconds remaining the All-Keystone Conference by, Green Cove; halfback Ronnie wasn't conceded a chance of not the proper thing to do." | Oil Co. had a 572 on 200172200to fwi mroow' ON TCWER tor
J etc. Wichita, winner of Its only and! the teams went football team with five players Crews, Macclenny; halfback: making up six strokes on the N.C. State lost to Wake Forest top the Triple Tumblers
J.. start this season, moved up Into overtime deadlocked at 54- beIng named to the honor squad Beryl Rice, Fernandina; half. edhot Palmer. and beat Furman In its only
from third In the preseason: poll by coaches at a recent meet- back Harry Roberts, Orange But Sunday evening, there games this season.
V: to second with 236 points. all.The tall Tar Heels poured In Ing.Fourteen Park; and halfback Gary Loon- was Nicklaus the champion with Maravich is a native of Pittsburgh -
20 in the last 5V4 mInutesto backs and eight linemen ey, Green Cove Springs; and a 72-hole score of 271. Palmerwas Pa., was graduated from DRIVE-IN GROCERY
It points I
and
,A flock of upsets surnu were chosen. Santa Fe fullback Jimmy Yarb 0 U h
: from Kentucky. r I second with 278. Jack had Davis and Elklns College and
prlaes In the first week prompt. pull away placed tackle Trigger Hodge, Macclenny.
Bob Lewis led the gained eight strokes In 18 holes. has a master's degree from!
olio : pd a major shuffling of the first Sophomore Charles Kersey and Doyle l On the honorable mention list He's 34 West Virginia University. I II MANAGER TRAINEES
winners with 23 points, one
a { weekly ratings from the pre- Sikes; guard Frank Taylor and were guard Steve T w Ide 11, Was he beginning to feel the
'. season poll!, with only top-rank- more than teammate Billy Cunningham Mac Crawford.! PKY
f fullback ; Steve Tuttle, Wave quarterback weight of his 34 years? Nicklaus
tof Michigan and 10th ranked who played the last 17 P. K. Yonge landed end Danny :; Santa Fe halfback Is 10 years younger. I J:lC. MAY WANTED
*V 'St:John's of New York holding minutes with four personal Dennison, fullback Tom Hansen Russell Taylor.Jacksonville I "Not at all, I felt better for
B u onto the same spots. ouls. North Carolina has won and guard V. G. Hodsdon Bolles applied for thIs tournament than I have In a [N tlJli NtCJE Mole 25 to 50 for manager trainee positions with
Re Three of the pre-season elite, three of four starts. The Wildcats Others included tackle Allan membership In the loop. The ong time," Palmer said. Jackson's Win Markets. Paid vacation and other

P01 l fourth-ranked Davidson, No. 7 are 1LMlchlgan Cover, Fernandina Beach; tackle request will be studied at the There can't be an excuse awthera fringe benefits when qualified. Prefer married men,
tj Syracuse and No. 8 KansasState sweeping both Allen Folkins Orange Park, next meeting, Feb. 20, in Fer there." 6 n A.reHarlne full time employment only. Starting salaries for
wItCo split their two first-week' backboards, raced to a 46-21 tackle Mickey Wells, Macclen- nandina Beach. Were the greens bumpy? experienced assistant managers $90.00 a week,
'& starts and dropped from the top halftime lead over the visitors ny; and tackle Allen Albritton, The annual basketball meet "They were the same greens and for experienced managers $125.00 per week
ll:, ten. UCLA, the defending naUonal from the Big Eight Conference Orange Park.. was voted to Fernandina, Feb. that I was one-putting the three .w.
got I champion and No. 2 In the, and breezed to its third straight Also, guards Mike Thrift, 1921. The annual track meet! lays before," he said 205 NI.E Jackion's Minit Market,
toe preseason picks, also split, and victory with reserves seeing Macclenny; guard Danny SpM will be at the University 1 of Is Nicklaus' success beginningo i.e Ser..e.l 1224 N.W. 16th Ave Gainesville
f.: plummeted to No. 7 after an more action than regulars. Bill vey, Orange Park; guard Terry Florida track, April 27. wear on his nerves and pe n- Apply In person to Mr. Blundell,
i\ opening loss to Illlnola,110.83.nw' Buntln led Wolverine scorers I Carlisle, Green Cove Springs; lsps Jar hIs confidence 172-3576
The top ten, with firstplaceyoi with 14 points.Dean. c enter Don Foulk, 0 ange
i vote a olD parentheses, and! Cage Scores r :
1 .. iiiI 1
points: C.llt,, I2Ta'
CO) 1. MIchigan ((32)) 337 Vlllwiwi, ,Inc.l'..> HCowl
lie 2. Wichita 238 Qu; nice Topers' G...< N Cl twin.r, n

1. r. S; Vanderbilt 189 N. CarNl.e" n ....,...Y aIU Le
,..,
T.nn ell G. nci
4. SL Louis 170 ,,_
: ea Th. dual 7.
an; I. San Francisco 140 U, T.... 7S
UMJ 0. Minnesota ((1)) 133 AL Pitch' ERA MI.liMmi/ .. ./, Tfc C...Pl,......,,It..'7] tt _
ge 88 MltfWMlMltlllgM
7. UCLA .
r / fl Mliiaurl 41I'
I. Duke 83 1.lIon. OHIMMml .tIrMliy
" we 7 t. Kentucky 821 BOSTON (AP) Dean 2.56, and rookie Wally Bunker of .... au/.74,<1.,Murray twin III SI.. MN.erm. 74

J9. 51. John', N.Y. 80Int Chance, 23-year-old: Los Angeles Baltimore, 2.69. Oltr.lt. .;*Jo, W both C.,.D..."!..M,. 41
1 the Bunker had the highest wInning IwmwMlOM
Angels' righthander, posted L
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Beaten lowest average In 21 years In percentage, .792, on a ....Itllt. n,r.T..".. TKH IIIArl. 71
miUJI FSU winning the American League's record of 19 victories and only 0>l.. City .i. N. TM It, n
"ow M... n. lout ..... MTCU ,
earned-run championship last five defeats. M Arlington II. 'I
: sin :By Alabama season, the official figures disclosed Al Downing, the Yanks' southpaw .M II. WnKinfttn,., w..M tOn
bailer the strikeout 94, Montana 44ton
today. fire was Wyoming
i .,. 5?. Idirw a
r _JOM _
tea leader with 217. He also Issued -
Chance yielded only SI earned
'TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -
balls
bases
the most on ,
ire Alabama, halting Florida State's runs in :278 Innings for a 163

wh second-half rally Just In time, mark, the best since Spud Chandler 120.Baltimore reliever Stu Mllle
sin battled In the overtime and del of the New York Yankees
Intentions
I: finished with 164 in 1943. gave up the most
l tested the Seminoles 7673. Monlt -
wa
while Bill
balls 14
bases on ,
Chance named winner of
was
\ day night
i
| Monbouquette of Boston allowe<
t ed The Crimson Tide saw their the Cy Young as the majors'outstandlnl Orland
hits 258.
most
the ,
r 17.point lead in the first half diminish pitcher in 1964 last Kansas Clt
veteran
I Pena, ;,
r' to a 64-64 tie at the end month. th
Charlie The Angels' star also pitchedthe right bander, permitted GIVE ONE
of the regulation time.
126 and home
s det.j Perry put Alabama ahead to most Innings, 278, the most most runs, rum,
1 stay with two minutes left in complete games, 15, and the 40. GIFT TO ALL '
ln,, the overtime most shutouts, 11. Five of his 20 Lincoln Host
pr victories were by 1-0 scores, THE FAMILYi
Rollins Bows tying a major league record. RJE; Mebanc
Joel Horlen of the Chicago
ATHENS, Tenn. (APTen- White Sox was second In the ER. Meets Jnx 5

nessee Wesleyan roared pail. A competition with 188. He was Two area Negro quintets wil
Rollins College 90-77/ Monday followed by Whitey Ford of the
action
see tonight
night behind the iharpshootlnj: Yankees, a two-time earned run Lincoln of Gainesville bid I t Mr. Morton needs
; ,of Clyde Abernathy. king, 213; Gary Peters of the fur a second win over R. J. E a new mufflerAgain
: 1 Abernathy was high point man I White Sox 150, Juan PUarro, of Starke on the local court tonight

It, I for Wesleyan with 20 points. another Chicago -left-hander, Game time Is I p.m. ( !)
Mebane of Alachua make It!
Iii f tason's debut against Douglas
Hall of Fame Inducts Anderson of Jacksonville on thi Mr. Morton muffed it. If he had been
home court a steady user of AMOCO,


i i J 10 More Grid 'Greats' Has NEW YORK Surgery(APOrland Gasoline, he could have doubled the life of that muffler and

.,'. I, NEW: YORK (AP) Football Interest spirit and conduct rendered Cejwda, slugging fint bawmai
saved little in the
-r tan, coaches and fans and notables distinguished service t< of the San Francisco Giants, a money meantime. You see, AMOCO is the only
from business and government the game and spirit of Amerl "should be as good as ever'

will be among the capacity can football. following knee surgery, his play': Pick yours gasoline for your car that is Certified Lead-Free. the sign
crowd of 1,500 honoring The 10 Hall of Fame Inductees ilcum said today. Stop at

former Alt-America Donald B. Include one coach-Col Earl H that "The
out NOW 1 Only One"on
Lourlet and 10 new members to (Red) Blaik, famed for his r says the AMOCO; pump-
Foundation's Hall at Dartmouth and
the Football teams Army
' of. Fame tonight He now is an executive of Aco for Christmas! only at American Oil Dealers.AMOCO
.
'.
Laurie, an All-America quarterback Corp. f r 1
at Princeton In 1920! and The others are Robert J. Her- Wotxigrtul to sit ell' to siv.l
BOW chairman of the board of wing, California center 1935-37;; '''' ;fj Tb wcdtfi! Inc ml tuutroitibt
Quaker Oats, will be presented Allison (Pooley) Hubert Alabama *. Come .to MM w4 Mk .
deowutnuit Easy to fay.SmithCorona.
with the) Foundations gold medal fullback, 1922-25; Charlet ylr
I award at the organization's' 0. Carroll. University of WashIngton -

1 aasual dinner at the Waldorf halfback 1926-21; Ray REvans.
Kansas halfback, 1941 .. ., *
/Astoria. .Olt. Kitftf roausii UP&A-PAIUllu..fQAaO
Notre Dame which lost its 42-4647; W. Earl Sprackllng LINE

final game to Southern California Brown quarterback, 1906-11;; HANCOCKTYPEWRITER A
after winning Its first nine, Kyle Rote Southern Methodist! ,
win receive the MacArthur back, 19134; and three demessed ** .__4u.. a CERTIFIED
Bowl as the Foundation's outstanding players. William N. Mallory THY EXCH. you tM S more front Amtffc and yw pet ft HAM C RICA NI LEAD-FREE

college team of W4. Yale fullback 1921-23;: KINGEDWARD" Sews fir Service
'The gold medal award Is Langdon Lea. Princeton tackle,. 431 Nertk Mete St.
to "distinguished 11192.". and Charles R. Bin Phetic FR5JJI
presented -.n .e.v taw lei.rrY c.? a- __.. a....11Io
American who have by their ,hart, Lafayette guard 1894-97. s.eAe e"


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clvlll uit In which Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bud) Fin- Jail along with Mrs. Sill car but when he got to th ee
On the to Bronson Ca- jail, he saw blood oozing at thi 1004 Jones&r, tl<4
ley Yankeetown, are asking a total of '$75,000 in way Tile ..._... mlrM vvlitlmi trtKgrsrTs
damages from Levy County Sheriff J. W. (Jim) Turner son said Mrs. Finley was loud hair line on her head He sail ssar R Alcoa (2 KalsAl J9U
and Deplty William S. (Sam) Caaon began in U. S. and abusive In her language he also noted a large knot 01 n : :;: : STOCK LISTINGS AmAlr 44lt Ken'cott 92H

District Court in Gainesville yesterday. and kept asking the deputies her head. Pierce Wulbern Murphey AmCan 42', Llg&My 5V,
what they were charged with. AmCyan 6* 4 Loch'd 384AmMnt
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and then only after he I. w"LW.A.O. AMERICAN up Babcock 37H NatDalr I3BethStl <,
and Am Ele Pow 1.16b 4410Amer STOCK
The ontf similarities between were offensive and abusive In causing dizzy spells some! 46,100 Wstg El 454 up 114
In the charge column 3fi 4 NatDlst 27
EXCHANGE
lories of,the plaintiff Finley, their 1 language to him and sight loss. Enka 1.4Oa 71 43,800 Mesabl Tr 14% unch
of a report in Jailer Grady Aerojet-Gen; ..,_,_ 21\ Boeing 69H N.AmAV 53
and the *fendants Turner and Amer Hone .. 1.41a 62',
,
Deputy Walter Beckham, who 43,300 Nat Fuel G 32 off H
Cason, we those of time and accompanied him to the lodge.Finley Thompson's typewriter. He said The doctor said Mrs. Finle y Amer M Fdy ..._..n_. .90 19 Analex Corp. ._...._ ? 27 40,500 Chrysler 60. unch Borden 794 Penney U1'
place. J he asked Thompson what it suffered no permanent injuries. Armco SU'._. 300 IS Aqua Chem .. ,..,.. ,.....? HI t Brunswk 1 PRR :31
in turn, said CaJOn' meant and the Jailer told him. The trial resumes today wit lAtch Topka_ _.. 1.20a 33. Aurora Plastics _.. ..... 261, 38,100 Sperry Rd 134 up CaterTr 40', PepCola 61'4
The trtl 1 items from an IncI- was the one who was loud and Finley said Ms wife sustained the cross examination of Finle y; Baxter Lab ..__. ,38 27\ Barnes Engineer 21'0 33,200 Am Pho'o 64 off H Celanese 7S14 PhllMor 7C4

dent in rtober of 1962 In which abusive, the deputy never askedto I permanent damages to her head by W. C. (Bill) O'Neal, counsel I Beckman In _........... 72'k Puller Shoe .. .. ._ ...? 12% 33,200 Am Tel Tel 117\. off H Chrysler (WH PhlllPet 54\4CocaCola

Deputy Cason. acting on ordersof see the register n d used I and neck when Cason hit the for the defense. Beech U S __ 1.10 52 Chromaloy ..... .......mm,,,.,,...... IS% 31,400 Gen Motors 94 off U 139: RCA UH
Sherff Turner, went to the more force than necessary to brakes twice on the trip to Bron The Flnlfjs' are represented I Bury Via Erie .. 39', Cinerama ..... .nu.mu. t 29,800 UN Camp P 354 off 4 CorEd 55V RepSU 43H
Isaac rail Lodge, In Yankee- to the calling it the "brake treat--by Cody Fowler and Jim. s I 29,600 Tex Gulf Sul 51% off 2H" ConEdls Revlon 42H
gain entry lodge. son, Cambell" S 240 36"- Computer Sel.. _.... ... 22% ) 1N\t
town, it I arrest Mrs Jeanie M. Cason arrested the pair for ment." Thomas, of Tampa Carter Pdt __. 1.00a 17 ,Cutter Labs A .,_ 16'. 27,600 Fischb M 19% off % DowChe 71 ReyTob!> 40'.

Case J I _._ 18\t Data Control ?..??,????,,. ? 51 AMER STK ECHACTIVE duPont 115% StReg P 30H

Cessna Air ___ 1.00 32 Fulton Inch .....__, Itlio STOCKS EAL 43% Seaboard 47%
IIre'sTV USDA Recommends Cut ChI's Ohio 4 00 72"i Gen! Develop ..M_, 44 Volume Close Change Kodak 137% Sears 129

'' Chris Craft _._ 13' Jax MktVJackey ..... ._ 70. 45,500 TWA -.WI3241 up \. Firestone 43 Sinclair 83H'
''Top' Ten' COliS S Gas ._.. 35'4 Airlines. 500 32,000 Syntex Corp 49% up .. FlaP&L 79% Socony 19

CBS ....._.. UOb 43""'. Mead Johnson_ 18"-. 26,800 Brailllan Tract 3'. off % Ford S4% SouthnC 66%

NEW YORK (APThe ma- In Watermelon Comb Eng 1.20 36 (Pac NW Tele .?,??.?,???,?.,. 23 25,400 Davidson Bros SU up 4 FrmstDH 13% SperryR 13%
Jor television networks woundup AcreageThe Comsat .._._ 584 Philips ElecHedwlng ......._ .. 401. 21700 Folnchrome 10% off 14 FreptSul 43% StONJ (9,

approximately/ a three- Cone Mills .BO 22 Carriers ...,.,.. gas ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS FruehTr 30. Studebak 64GenDyn

way .((e In audience popularity, I U. S. Department of recommendation, there would A five per cent reduction In Coni Air __ .40 20"- I Hie Group ,........, ..._,. ? 2'e Purchases _..,.....__.. 418,749 3d14 Swift 87%
according to Nielsen ratings also Conti Ins ___ 2.20 82'11 Sperry R. Wts. _-. .....,, 8ti Short Sales ._..._ 32110 GenEI 92% Texaco 17%
Agriculture has recommended be 600 less planted in spring celery was recom
acres
., .. Other Sales 426189 GenFds 11"% Thlokol 12%
madpublic// Monday. I California Contrl Data _. 48'. Syntcx 'M ,.._ 49'i
a five per cent decrease in this area next spring.Recommendations mended. Florida and Total Sales ... ..,. ..,.. ...,
Raearch departments of all Florida's watermelon are the principal Corn Pdts _. .. 1.50 52" Tampa Elec ...?..._..,_m. I ? ? 431,469 GenMills 47% UCarb 125%
threj. networks found that the acreagefor of the pro- Delta Air UO 83 Tech Measur ... ??.?..?.,,.... 28' PREVIOUS DAY'S GenMtrs 14 UnltAirc 63-%
of .
the of 1965. ducers spring celery.No
flna,' statistics based on Nielsen spring USDA on spring vegetable I Det Steel.. .80 13+1 TWA Wta ,.. ???????. 32'1 STOCK MARKET Goodrich 60% UnFrult 17.
t sampling of television The USDA's Farm Marketing plantings for next year range changes were recommended Emerson EI __ 1.00 410. Univ. Clg .,,.....mmm.,.m. 5 Advances _..,_m-.mi......... 813 Goodyr 45% USSteel) S3 1
News reported that acreage for 1985 .c re ages ._ Declines .__ ,.,, 5M Greyhnd 22. UnlvMM lilt
87MV'I'tJAL
bones during two weeks In mid- from a 20 per cent cut in Fair Camera __ .SOg 21 Valspar ''' '''_ ??? .uua.u- !
Nofember resulted In total rating marketing guides is* spring carrot plantings to a 10 planted to spring crops of Finan'l Fed __ 31'. Unchanged -.....,.. ?- .?...!,,? 285 Gulf 011 89% WestgEl!!: 45
sued by the Agricultural Marketing lima beans, snap beans broccoli FUND Total issues .... ,
of 19.4 for both CBS and per cent Increase in green Fat Chartr.. ._ 1.D7f 23'4Fla _,",_ 1,366 IntHarv 11" WlnnDIx 3914IntMck
KJC, and 19.3 for ABC. Each Service recommend an pepper acreage Arizona Is cabbage, cauliflower, E Cst 13'. Affiliated Fund ._ .... I9fl New 1963-84! Highs ...._ 37 S5% Woolwtti 29VIntPap .
decreaseIn sweet corn, cucumbers, Capital Life It Gr .. ,,,,_ 983
overall two cent eggplant "
New
rating point represents slightly per the principal producer of Food Fair .90 22-. 1983-64 Lows __... 46 34%
spinach and tomatoes. Divers Growth. ..,..,,.,, 10 VI
spring vegetable plantingsfor peas u
oar 500,000 homes, and usually spring carrots, while Florida FMC Corp ... __ 1.00 81Frlto '. dividend Shares .... 381
the nation from 330,200 w
in counted as representing and Texas are the primary Lay __ 3111. .... .... .. .
The recommendations Dreyfus .. .. __ 21.IIIFidelity
in 1964 to are
323,400 acres
slightly more than a million acres growing areas for spring cropgrel'n Gen Tl'le __ ",. .88 36 i Caplt ... 1154 : NIW YORK TIMIS MARKET AVERAGES, ({1C. 7
not allotments, but guides.
In 1965.
Hewers. Ga Pant l.00b 58:110: Ml Nr* TOT TIM I'
peppers.No .... .
Fidelity Fund 1870
1 The report found NBC's "Bo- Alachua Gilc hrist and They are made according to Getty at! __ .101 28'. t Hi.h Low Close NetCli|.
Trend .
Fidelity ... 19II
"l anza" the nation's most Levy, the three biggest melon change was recommended the Agricultural Marketing Grace Co ___ I OOb 51lief 125 Roils 141. 140.17 140,94 Off ,11 I
Fund'tal Invest. ....,..., .51
,popular show, followed by growing counties In this area, for cantaloup plantings In Service, to help vegetable and CUrtis .80 17'1 H ;,25 Industrials 911.14 901.12 903.77 Up 4.21
Income of Boston! .,...,.., a 58 i I
*,ABC's "Bewitched" and CBS' had a total of about 12,000 Florida, but the USDA suggested melon growers plan for a balance I B r.1 __ _.. 1.00 418'1 SO Stocks 526.44 520.74 512.15 Up 2,05I
Incorporated Inc ._ 9 93
f"Comer Pyle, U.S.M.C." watermelon acres last spring a 25 per cent cut In between production and Int Min C... _. 180a 134" K. I I
Keystone 2 ...,,_ ... 1.75'
ABC's "The Fugitive" and If growers follow the USDA's the Texas cantaloup acreage. market requirements. Int Tele __. 100 eo .
Keystone S-3 17.00
I CBS' "Andy Griffith Show"were Kellogg _. .BOa 49 Keystone! 5-4.. ...... uumil.,.. 512 Cabinet Grants Dow Jones Stock
tied for fourth followed by .. Average
Lehman 134e 31
Cp Life Investors .......... .., 10 09
CBS' Red Skelton, "The Mun.ters" 3 Injured Tobacco Growers Vote Litton In ..........._ .. 198f 74' Life Stock Fund ...... 712 Break Previous Day I 2nd Hour I
and "the Lucy Show"These Lone S Cm _., 100 28' Holiday
d. 073 99 .
; Indust
30 0
Nana lnv Stock .. .. 1673 up
., were television's "top 10" In Marsh rid .... ........ 1110 51% '
shout for a rating period which Separate On Marketing 1 Quotas Martin M .._ 100 II Mass Inv Growth SOS TALLAHASSEE (AP) The 209 et 20 R.eu s eft 1.a
Pioneer Fund .. Big
the Industry considers critical In McG Hill ....._,._ boa 37\. Florida cabinet voted today to 155.40 15 U up 0 DO
Auto Puritan Fund ......... 917
making any schedule changesand WrecksIn By BUD MIXSON minimum cut that the secretary Mud Corp ,_... 1.70 48' Putnam Growth ........... .. .. it 07 give hale employes' a long 307.52 00 tocka o ttO.14tioo00

In planning for next year'sschedule. Three I I Sun Farm Editors could Impose under law It maseem y''Merkd __ 2./10 47'11I TV & Elec .. ...... .....,, 112 Christmas holiday this year, beginning j VVolume 1,1,220,000Cubans
two auto accidents I rather drastic from t hgrowers' .I Nat) Alrl _.... .110 1m Value Line Inc .,,... ..
separate "American'farml'r.. as a ..?... 81! with the close of busl
morning at Grove Park .nd I group are capable of producing viewpoint. But before N Y Cents.. .__ .Sag m. Wellington Fund ..... ... ..,.. 13 04 '
Relations Waldo, the Alachua Coun. themselves into bankruptcy. Except making any rash decision t oNorfolk I row 200 55 ness Wednesday Dec, 23 and

ty Sheriff's Department reported -. for the farm vote against quota and acreagicontrols W .... ._ 100 138'4 ending with the opening of business Cross
I farm government for the 1965! crop, growers No Ind r s 140 60% Faces Trial Monday Dec. 21.
With Bolivia The Waldo crash which oc- programs, bankruptcy" should consider I these No Nat Gas __ ISO II
tJ.S. south would be general today. points Olin Math ......._.... 1.20 39'1. Christmas, this year, falls on Mexico Border
301
urred on Just In Moat
Restored : Secretary of Agriculture Or- Owens /I (1 .. ........ UO 101". Killing I a Friday.
Waldo limits lent 1. Despite the fact that acreage
of the city ,
Freeman made that statement MIAMI
vllle (AP-A of
) new type
....
...
Pac G E. 1.00 31'4rac "
to Alachua allotments have been decreased
3rut jerk Ttmra Thelma Fry, Waldo for examina- some months ago. 40 cent since 1954, Ulna ... ........._.. 2.41) 31'4Pac TAMPA (AP-A) psychiatrist Cabinet members said It was ''wetback" Is reported In action

By TAD SZLTC I I Lion General and Hospital possible treatment. Next. Tuesday, the nation'eflue will the 1964 flue per. cured tobacco T" T .........._ 1.20 29'4' has testified that Henry Weav I traditional to give state emloyes I 1& the U.,, Mexico border -

WASHINGTON The United Marie Hoist, Huntingdon, Ind. cured referendum tobacco growers to make crop was 50 million pounds high Pan Aml'r A .... 1.20 28'. rr, accused of killing the skipper I i long weekend In such Cuban refugees crossing the Rio
to polls
States formally resumed Mon I and Max Bouruck, Hawthorne, a go decision vital to their future er than In the year 1354. This P.rke Day _.._ 1.00 27"4Pennzoil of a shrimp tr.wlerl' com 4 axs. (: ..

day normal diplomatic relations I were injured In the other collld will with a "yes"or Is due to Increased yields 2.00 4n. potent to stand 1r1.11n U.S. PI*.
.with Bolivia I and restored the I on on State Road 20 at Crovi'ark They"no" the answer" simple ballot question from an average (nationally of Pfizer .... .8Oa 46'. rlil Court on a charge of manslaughter 1'aradc to CloseBoys' Cubans arriving Miami after -

.flow of economic aid. about 12 miles east of "Are In favor of mar. 1,509 pounds per acre In 1954 to Phelps Dg ..._ 2.00 7'" on the high seas. flying la Mexico from Havana -
aid : : you ....., .
relations and Polaroid .20 177th
Diplomatic taken traffic the borer
Gainesville. Both were to for flue-cured tobacco an average of 2,180 pounds per say across
to Bolivia were suspended following Alachua General toting quotas In 1964. rub Sv E G _. 280 :J9t. The year-old Negro Is Cluli
I he Hospital acre river la brisk
the military revolt last for the three marketingyears Pure Oil ,.......... 160 IS barged with killing Capt William -
4 room.A 2. Due the General's
Nov 3 that ousted former President emergency said beginning July I, 1965' to Surgeon Rayonlf'r' ... .....,.100 40"1Rexail Sthurk of Barlow, skipper Doys' Club will he cloned Wed- The Cuban migration comes ata
Victor Pa Estenssoro and hospital spokesman If it least two thirds of the report linking cigarette .. .. ...._ Sob 560 >f the Golden Net while they lenday for the Chrlitmai Parade I time of a -threatened shutdown

put an army Junta In power | I one of seriously the three Injured.persons appeared growers voting say "yes" to smoking to lung cancer. the future ploys Met\! .. ......, oM 33H were fishing off the Mexican II and will open at 7 pm against the original wetacka -
cured tobacco
In announcing the resumption I his question marketing quo of the flue Rich Mtrr _...._ 100 56% COld last May A body lilrnll-1 1 Vedneiday night Members of b, -Mexican farm workers
details of the accents
.of relations, the State Department Complete as and an accompanying price' market Is uncertain, to say R C Cola .. ,,120 184 led as Schuck floated ashore t he Flag Football teams, GI I r la ,ho have been coming to the
said the U.S. "had noted| were unavailable pending support program will be in ef the least. Add to this the fact Roy Dutch __ 1.73. 41'11Starl. near Frontera, Mexico Weaver !fight baton claiies and Punt, lIlted States. The\ law permit.

the declaration of the presidentof I further Investlg.tlon.SUO feet for the next three years.If that because of processors finding Gd .10 15" was arrested after ho sailed the I Pass and Kirk winner Donnl. flog their entry expires Dec. 11,

the Junta that electionswould more than one third of the methods to utilize more and SinKer .......... .. 2 00 12% Golden Net serene the Gulf of IMexico I:Jirge will represent the Boys a nd their future status la in
be held soon, looking toward Rules growers who go to the poll. vote more of the tobacco leaf and Smith Ktn 1.200 144Sou to Tampa aka (Hub In the parade dafter .
the early restoration o I f "no," there will be no acreage stem, less and less tobacco Is Cal W .106 37 _

constitutional government and On BannersSTARKE or marketing controls and no being used In the manufactureof St Oil Cat -"""'__ 200 71H'

that the junta has now fixed Advertising banners price supports on the 19(5 cropof | cigarettes St Oil Ind .. ....... 2 OOb 43
definite dates for both." I may be suspended over flue .cured toabacco. 3. From 1950 54, the United Steel Drug .. ......... M 29 Johnson Juggles Domestic

Administration officials said I highways under certain Condi- Its as simple as that States supplied two thirds of Texas Util ..._ 120 IIH ,

later that the Junt a''i announcement t ions, according to Millard Davidson And Department of Agrlcut the world export of flue cured Textron ..................?.. 144 SI I
last Friday thai t Tallahassee official of hire officials are trying to let obacco Flue .. cured productionIn Tidewater ...... ........ 32H
free elections would be held I he: State Road Department. across: to tobacco growers that foreign countries has about\ Trans W A .......... .. 5U. International $$ TroubleO

next May 30, and that the new In a .letter to Charles Darby'they will be voting simply en equalled that in the U. S. since Union Pac ... .. ........ lUa 434

president would be Inauguratednext I Bradford County clerk of the the question of controls or no 1960! and consequently, our Und Air L, __ ... I.SOb 103 h
Aug. 6, had a "heavy influence. -circuit: court, Davidson lilted controls. They will not be votingon share of the world market has Upjohn. 1.00 SIS :ITrui Cork TlmriRy the first half unless Wain- outflow of dollars lo higher
U.s. In decidingto changes. Any now dropped to about half. The ngton offers new stimulation. yielding, markets abroad
on the I he conditions aa: any program Jim Walter ___ 23'. ... J. ROMAN
restore relations. A must be obtained changes in the tobacco program foreign producers are having War Lamb .70 31H NEW YORK Although In cither" event, the chronic This problem might be met
1))
permit have to be made by the Congress difficulty marketing their tobacco by making IMC .f specific' controls
from the State Road Department Worthintn .__. 150 5JH I President Johnson wan successful deficit In the/ nation's Iranaao
In Tallahassee, er at of the United Slatrs. loo. Xerox .__.__..., 118' I II In applying "open mouth', I Dons with the reel of the world along the DIM of the Interest
any
NeirsireelLUnder C f the five district offices Getting back to Secretary 4. The doing away with of Zenith ......... .... .... 120s U041 pulley In order la hold down t not expwted lo disappear equatlutlon tat which

2) The banner cannot be dl.played 'reeman's statement a ben I. acreage controls means no price OVER THE COt+N1 MlMI I:lomeitic Interest rites now, his rhun! the administration mustmaintain wan dwlgned"Investment to nil dews In foreign enAmerican
Fire American farmers being cap.able
I over a long period ofime support program. And withno action may make It Inrreailngy I" Its defenses on the Inlernatlofial itotks and bonds the
but must be of of producing themselves Into program whatsoever with roan MM TO,* ton**.* wet I difficult to sustain eopanais eand I front even If dome Certainly
temporary eos a"w.w .saw w we Preildenl for maintaining
WASHINGTON AP) The :luratwn.. I bankruptcy: This is especial.ty which to work It la doubtful If 11.e_ A_e "'_ C __ e..D defend the dollar bier 011.I I lie I condition call for I shift In appeal -
... .. ... .. relatively' credit -
true of the tobacco growersit .. easy sugftita
FBI has accused Newsweek 3)) The message displayed toacreage. Congress could be persuaded to .._ w.. we se Illto'. _... His reluctance lo permit I a I policy that be plans to demand
magazine of "a new low In re- cannot: be of political or coronercial they .have no controls as 'come with any new program. :..a..w..sr e.r.e ees sew.eww re,w.e(wh.'cw.r t tightening: of credit suggests A weakening In the Inlernallonal ,extension, of ties Us beyond tta

porting" for an article In which I aabir I With their ever Increasing efflclency _. C_.. I that he will place greater re--I position of the dollar canMi expiration elate at UM end ef

the magazine said President Davidson said application and improved techniques Work Begins Alice Land _. 11" f lance on specific controls to r be ruled out The preMure the year.

Johnson had decided to replaceJ I blanks for permits are available the American flue.cored Amrr Fidel! Lift -- Ult I II'I toet the dollar bitfrnabonal.y I us been on the pound starling" I H* ilao may decide to request

Edgar Hoover FBI chief White- I it an SRD offices. tobacco, growers have kept addIng On Clay Co. : mer Heritage 30 If additional defensive...- I Ml If It happened to strike the extending the Us lo bank fcans
which the Inllar/ Washington would have
ail
allegation to stockpiles to the extent Anvr Mat Ins _.. .11 I Ilea ire newded. U an additioaal mean of curb-
House since has denied. with an Have Plan I that the 1)6445 supply tt faw Road S.11.TALLAHAJSEC .> mer Pioneer Life __ N John se n'i pneitlnn presents no a I TW4U0 hard Urn cushioning from the tile brv do- wg the outflow of doDan. And

The criticism along Shore cared tobacco Is at aa a1J. me nhetiwr Bunch: ......_.._ It t tAMdyn. mmedlate problem. Al home,t' economy he could go U the extent ef
To ,
'CC'IIsationlit the magazine Up record nigh ea arly 375 bO- Work haitartfd I voewmle activity' le climbing' I F MT| unlfM It look iptdflcitepa. l !seeking sum form ., Us pear

presented \Inaccurate atatiltlCI'' Leaning Tower I lion pounds. This tnrludrs a carryever to Clay County on a Citizens Bank ..05 without serloua threat of tafia.ml .'I r ally or disincentive lo discourage

on the FBI, was In a lat July I el 2.171 bullion '- HOI,6U project) to rebmld a in Com U Pow 27,41 II that might rail tie ilghirr' Paradoxically, an eruption efnllaliMiary i direct investment by
by FBI Associate MINNEAPOLIS An The pounds and estimate 1M4predtcllea menl of Stan Road S-3I5, 'Cvwlrt Mag 'f'b It34 money, Abroad potential pre> i / prefnuret' home (i American corporations 'to West
Clyde Tolson to Newsweek ed1I resident of a suburban Mirrnipolia *- ola / 1)14.-,100 State Road Department announced .1 Dunn & Brads U ure en the dollar lus LftH,1'quid be comparatively easy to'4 ers Europe.

tor Osborn Elliott J company hat gone to poundI. today Florida Cae __ __ IIt4 ilnce, the Federal Reserve kvl wnbat. The President hat In- Those like George W. Mitchell

Reached at hu New York I Italy' with a pun to shore 'p the past three years producuoa Dictrtct Two Road Beard FU Nail Bank 04 creased Its diacotinl rat* followr .|dusted !that he win countenance of the Federal Reserve Board

home Elliott said the nagszone the leaning tower of Pen baa exceeded U. 1 BM, member Mph P sms ., Lake FtoTel* __ I'lt r.ng tile 'Visit rIM bi IIr itaill.t|Ighltr money to fight domestic who advocate the/ m. ol such:

stands by Its story. artl The company Soil ScDdifienne. pfax exports, ky about 3* mJ- 'City ante the protect extends Fared Labs 1004 The problem may well,'nllalJ n. Aa tight money la DMrlhwlos device: do not look apes Idem

Among other things the ., Is trying to Merest thettaliaa b poundI. from Peter Creek appmVmately Franklin Ue ._ &S'41'merge to IMS, when tile ..1G< pretcrlpUon) for curing aa anything but accessary
tit In riesweell' DeC 1 laue, Public Works Commie- TVs has molted to somebody I] miles weal and while Great American Ir.r.roIlrt MMekM to bust.M aru>ttjr wUl'!a i deficit the admlmairatlea4uld evil preferable to either direct

released to advance of to com Jon to using a tofatk the commy basing to "call a aahrsomewberc ,at Green Cove flprtaifi sewuOMKjKrty a __._..__ 310+ bS going lots tta fifth )'fa'1 l > be killing two birds with control er light money. They

date said Rep. Jolla J. Rooney.D I says maUl earth Geary along the late That direction 21 Cull Life _. _. 411" Moet economic forecasters, doG: alone. point out thai while the Interest

.N.Y head o( a Howe APprnlratlen. I is hard as concrete. why Secretary Freeman had mile*. M rtf Jones .,_. 1'- lot believe tile present ,,1Mtt.fI.radnlalll' But If atunulaiion rather DUMnlralnl equalbalbxi Lax torreatc I lit

subc1lnlmlttte. was J. W Alexander cemwy! to order a 11 5 s'r mil nt as Wort avtudri tomrerttog (nenixing Hume Instmtit ._ ___ I)'.. : this lengthy\ upr to required. Ih* a..minilraUM .coal of ferelga l aenirliies.! 11IOM
r' ; 1 sympathetic 10 Hoo9tr'l resident, went to Rome Moo- acreage alkXmeMs for tile IMS graded" ", into a W.'s t uri will' prevail nut* "Irr, could be 'to lot UrnIt / fii seek to put an aiMulule

requesa for 'Dds. lay to sped out detail. Italian ewe ia an heW prnnt peftdtea,. Campbell Par Life W Fla -_-. 1', inns fee tot the maintnianre 9>!*. will oo4 b* able I* relya "beater M ,urdw.*.
The artICle wd five spec Roe-ffldala recently Invited ena < supefiea saws line wotrmaad. tig Co. ef OMrwater has ,bee;, Lowes Company ___ 21'h' 'I.( credit cat will kiviU lnfltonary 0 the tested sohilion ef ..., U la ant known whether

nI ageets art .o )loan 10 ten to propose Ideas tin keep warded 0w contract and haswertung MJ
Df'I a help WIth wbeoattnineework. denied Ib& !be famed tower from toppling Tht awarly. 9 per cent nt as I. day to complete Mart Guaranty Ins __ 23.. Wiers are predicting Out Uttixpaoalct nd any testifier looeawiig *f the to lake this rout. But be maybe

Tolsoa'i )letter Mt fftIItIW1. Cue cared acreage wsa Ike I Ifat project Padte f w Air __ ,..,. e ) will nee eul ef aUam rdit rein! night encourage aa forced lodaso.Tutlday .

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14 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, Dtcimbir 8, 1964 MOM '
I'YE 607 A PAW.. TELL I THINK I ,U
HElt 6ET 11P1Al I DOMT THWK 50L -. STOMACH I? BROKEN'virtltut !
ABBY rl i ro5 Ilr6W
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w .t'. yaw Pr bl.mi fw t .... I

Ask for Help I ..1! reply writ I* Ably, ... IKS, ;::) 1 x
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: Abigail vdopi. Ably ."iw'ri .ll mill w / .
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1'tY60TTA' HAAttRf'LM UP dSEFffAH IS HppELE55LY MgpEMUCNt31UMMIER51TH'FINISH siiPS;
f.AM!! SHLDRWHIMt7VF.R MARRIERAN'IT'SILLEGALFCI
: DEAR ABBY: After 13 years of marriage, my husband and I really been "in love," she never dreamed such happiness : LINE, FAIR METO LOOKATOfHERBALSr LAW THAN Mil AN'TMATf"/
: separated became 01 his Interest In another woman. W. lived could be hers and on and on and en. It Is so unbecoming, W MJ'SQIJARt, :..e WILLIID'GNEMEONtf I '.
: apart for two months and then he asked to come home again, Abby. How can I, her oldest and dearest friend let her PEEK AT YORE SHY UZ
i 10 I let him. Although we are living together be Is not the know how foolish she sounds?
: lame any more. We are married in name only and I think NAUSEATED
I the only reason he came back was because It li cheaper DEAR NAUSEATED Yon probably can't But 11 you are
1 than living separately. Ha comes and goes as he pleases willing to test your friendship ahead and try.
and I'm alone most of the time anyway. I think he still has .
I this woman on his mind. I am depressed and upset all the DEAR ABBY: Why do people who are honest in every
time. Do I have to put up with this? Don't advise me to see other respect think nothing of cheating the telephone company
a lawyer because my husband Is one. ? I refer to those person,to-person calls to signal some-
DEPRESSED one that you have arrived safely I was recently visiting a
friend when her ton, who had driven himself to college,
DEAR DEPRESSED) Just because woman has a lawyerfor telephoned and asked for "Fritz" McGuIre person-to-person.
I husband doein't make her Ineligible for legal redress. ("Fritz" Is the DOG!) She laughed and said he always did WHAT DOVE /15T A fiTUPIDG1UE5TION
If you want to know what your legal rights are ask a lawyer. that to let them know he gut there all right. Isn't there someway t. MAW! STOP SNORIN'THAT!! WANT ME TO DO60 -
: But lint see a doctor. Going along with an "In-name-only" the telephone company can put a stop to that w WE DADBURN AN'TH'FELLERS I SLEEP INTH'OARN w
type marriage may be cheaper for the husband, but It's very DISGUSTED -I ARe TRVIN'TO ?
exptmlvo (emotionally) for the wife. DEAR DISGUSTED If there were, they would have put a u"t PlAY CARPS
stop to It long ago But If you (or anyone else) can come rF F r
DEAR ABBY: I have a very dear friend who was widowed up with a solution, I am sure the telephone company would f)J 7 *

after II years of marriage to a truly wonderful man. He like your number. tC, -() C i
was loved and respected in the community lie provided well *
for his wife during his lifetime and left her with no money CONFIDENTIAL TO E. E. IN GREENVILLE N. C.I '
worries. She recently married again. She claims her second Man's great capacity for suffering proves that he bas a 1 1I r
husband Is "her age/ ," but he looks younger. She tells everyone park of the divine within him. For no mere mortal could
aha meets that her second husband Is soooooo much endure the pain that many a man Is called upon to bear
better than her first this is the first time she has ever during his lifetime.T.V .

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ITS CHEMICAL. CONTENT HUG CHUNK CONTAININO THE CA INCH B/ INCH,'
wtn SCRAP OF ICE ISV WITH ICI CHIPS FOUND IN BODY Of THI AVIATRIX SAYS DICK TRACY
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Tuesday Evening the fights that threaten to elude Maurice/ Devalle r, O News
5.00: 0 Wells Fargo bring on a world war. jazzman Pete Fountain J (D (Color) Cameras n ANDHCHASASHOVtTN N!NRfD Mf..MD MAYDIU'OIIANDMISS,. ) SAL! ,'
O Mike Douglas Guest cast Includes Jeremy and musical comedy Pleas TODOIMLBS3TK/\N/\ ) J BITTER GET MOUTME.ICOULDN'TJOCK TH!WAY HC reet.sOVRTHER5 MB..HE COULD so TO THftHoreLwrmy LISTEN / /

1:23 O Greatest Headlines Slate, Marta Kristen performer Stanley Hollo- 10:15: O New HorUens ITALKED1ThtRr DELLHOP IN DONS TWOHOUMj.-THE POOLIROOM .00IMANYcSOOPI TO MIGHT -"
, t 1:30 O NewieopeO and Henry Jones. way. 10:30 B ID (Color) What's /DONS DEEN .
; World Civilization O Red Skelton O Doctors-Nunes This Song V DRINKieso..HMYILYC /
I IU 09 (Color) News, Red's guest is Fernando "Rites of Spring" Peter O I Love Lucy I
; Weather, Sports Lamas. In the sketch con Ross Is In critical condition / ,10:13 0 Reading, Your Magic g
i 1:00 O News, Sports, Weather artist San Fernando Red after being severely Lamp r
B SiinihlBe Almanac plans to fleece wealthy Indian beaten and burned, but he 10.S3 a D News i
till B News Highlights playboy Laughing 1 refuses to tell how it happened 11:00 a (03 Concentration lcW v
I Bella Bru k. In the Silent brothers aren't 11:13 O Film K
t B Junior College Spot Red plays.a man talking. Guest cast In. 11:10: B (D (Color) Jeopardy s Q
t .. Spanish decorating his house for eludes Peter Helm, Q McCoys
\t ':00 O M Squad Christmas. Tom H arisen Brooke BUD d 7, Michael 12.M B ID (Color) Say Whea /
O Ministers dancers David Rose conducts Walker Tom Boiley, O Adventures In Living
I : O What's New- the orchestra.O Elizabeth Moore and a Love of Life DAGWOOO,
\\ Children Focus On The UN Thomas Fielding. 12:13 0 Geology 107 I\ ri e'Qti -r pie you even
"The History of Coins" Is OD McHale's Navy 11:00 O O News Weather 12:25 a News IknQ PG PUTTING coNS ova TNa)
1 : traced by Roger Andcr Ensign Parker has been Sports 12:10 B (D Truth or Consequences H RUG I"6TiA0OR W WUOMOuTM
Pen, who also ex plains 1 named heir to h Is late (IDColor) News INT"GORAlM
: why people started collecting aunt's million. dollar es- Weather, Sports O Search for Tomorrow \ ?
j i : coins. tate. 11:25 O Movie/ ,12:4 O Guiding Light
P OD N Bristol Court 1:00: O Science Reporter "Under My Sin." ((1950)A ) O Let' Speak Spanish X15
: 7:30: B Mr. Novak "Instant Blood." New me- corrupt Jockey tries to 12.53: 8 ID News v i
l!I } "A' as in Anility." A thods of blood storage are keep his young son's respect 1.00: O Midday z >d
scholarship exam for full- discussed by surgeon Based on Ernest B News WeatherO
tuition college grants I I' Charles Huggins of Massachusetts Hemlngway'i story "My Arm Chair Adventures J '
: scheduled at Jefferson General Hospi Old Man." John Gar. ID (Color) TV Binge
and for Karen Parker tal. field Mlcheline Pre 11e. MS B Focus I

a student trying to live D Farmer's Daughter (90 min.) O Leer Y Escrlblr tip
up to her parents' Ideal Katy finds that being 11:30: B D (Color) Johnny 1.30 0 Science
a teed vision of her, the "The Neutral" Is difficult Carson o As the World Turns
riaors I5ROIYD
pressure Is Intense. when Papa H 0 1st rum WEDNESDAY o Humanities, C-51 .. HAYS 1ROUigrA
Color Greatest Show (D Let's Make a Deal 000D IYt AMIN. T1NNIt% NILDYIMMY1 IOOIJPbr
: O ( ) comes to town he's de Morning and Afternooi :: PI woe9EntJLS
Indian 1SS (ID News ANDISTiLL1Lfr.fOKTHC IODAYAtttiR
O Experiment termined to Influence ':00 O Sunshine Almanac 2.00 B (D Loretta Young : t I OHDUID HAYS dIVIN TIMS I YERY
Bristol =
09 N Court
V Glen on a political Issue. 1:11 B Sunshine Almanac iN6 TIllOtt RI, J
s.W: O Margins of Culture"A \3uest cast Includes Walter O Humanities CoIL O O Password Slga Off o YOIM FLAY TNS GAMSROARRRDI ,
Visit with Pearl S.Buck. .
Sande and Alice Frost
l:%5 (D Living Words
.. 2.30 0 ID Doctors
Producer director ':31 0 ID (Color) That Was ':30 8 World Civilization/ O House Party

Mark authoress Damen Pearl Interviews I The Week That Was (D Gospel Music 1.00 B ID Another World
; ID Petticoat Junction ':41 O Pastor's Study O To Tell the Troth =:
culture
Buck about China's
t Food salesman Jack BColnr( ) HI, Neighbor 3.23 O News
I her literary success. Crandall, a passenger on .:SO O Farm and Home 3:30 O(Color) You :S
and her latest
1 philanthropic the Cannonball, Is stunned 7:00 O ID TodayO Don't Say
Interest, the Pearl S. when the train stops Just Local Ne.., Weather O Edge of Night ,
Buck Foundation.
so Charley and Floyd can 7.03 O Ranger Hal ID Pals '
l Court Pepeye's -- __ _ .
ID N Bristol -- n
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pick 1 apples for Kate's 7M O Local News, Weather 4:50: B !Match Game -
: 8.30: O Mae From U.N.C.L.E. special recipe: Bachelor ':00 O Captain
Kangaroo Q Secret StormID
Mena MANNAYwe. 1 FCOCI PASS
WONDER WHAT TN5 yios.LY TNa A4.ANWNILa.55LIN AIR
"The Neptune A It a Is. Butter. .:" O Divorce Court Magllla Gorilla NEVER DKTINap cotNifi COMMITS WILL, owoaoaeIP /LOUIDA.....
I Germ laden. missiles 1 I O Science and Engineering a Bachelor Father 4.23 B News ItJ/ MI.AMIASSADO0. 10 i AN07NiR Depax Quo'mAJA or A Y.S.STAT''. ANDQ
o NICK AND I real. A9 rn'mnotoN,W1.. M A Lsaa w JaN THEIR woes TIIs muow DKaLerD7WIY1
t launched from the U.S. by Journal Ww rruus a eoca .
ID (Color) Romper Room 4.30 O Leave It Te Beaver 4 cAnyas.PE cuncs0e0/Nortoa/ MDVs WI
an unknown power are destroying 10:00: O O Bell TelephoneHour ':30 O Jack Benny B Best of Grouch -son MYn asUSTRATi easy MD 0.D WESTERN
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i : Russian grain, I ID Jack La Lance (D !Movie I
and Solo's sent to stop (Color) Performers I II In- 11:00 B !Make Room for Daddy "The French Line"
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has been I lot of discussion What they hadn't counted or I are bound to be slip-ups Foi But then without- clearing It. I_ a. oN T.a tsooNotraAOy oNsC {

as to whether J. Edgar I was how successful the artlcli I example, once one J. Edge r one of the Jess discreet J. Ed-II / Wis.
Hoover should be asked to would be. J. Edgar H 0 oyer Hoover was photographed li liar Hoovers decided to call a : r t
resign from the FBI after his caught the Imagination of 'the I front of a Chicago movie the. press conference, where he
recent remarks about M a rUn American public and became a I sire arresting John D II linger,, lated the FBI rules about getting vto.l
Luther King and the Warren household/ word. The FBI had I while another one was acceptIng Into politics. He blasted !
Report I no choice but to keep the legend an Americanism Award I Martin Luther King, the Wirrn !!r .I.I15ee
I can now reveal for the going. Besides, a personwho I from the D.A R. in a hotel 1 Ir I Report and the Supreme .
first time why President Johnson doesn't exist can't make Philadelphia.All Court and everyone atarted to': 'Ipo I
ran'Isk J. Hoover
Edgar mistakes.As .
call for Hoover's resI ijputmn. :
to resign. The reason Is J. hell broke lone at t the,
part of (the conspiracy President Johnson la In
Edgar Hoover doesn exist. department and the agent In I now
He Is I mythical person first they made a composite photo/ charge of toping the differentJ. a terrible quandary. Dues beget --

.. thought up by the Reader's Digest of several FBI agents and Edgar Hoovers on schedulewas off the hook by admittingthere rAnrx
and over the years he published It as the .picture olhe asked to resign. la no J. Edgar Hoover, 1 I iNr wi =_I w/1s MT1W / RAN IMTO A Tb/EMasr caa srdrTEV as ANO slit I..I PIPNT KNOW UNIX TV*
has dared reveal the truth. ( number one Q Man. or should be go ahead and have (Ca 11LL: Ms Aaarr Sa K mw Me WALLI 014 POucaaMI rouOwEp oow', nIe MCXT MOMMMS JWAT TV* KXJCIrMM4
Then hired It's Interesting to note that retirement dinner for him m' { st 1511 VIUIIS Aoa act en eTRrt IMO MeN 6TMMPID I
What happened was that In they people who I:S, wwt tai ni zoos nor env PiATHjDEAR
183 the Reader's Digest was looked like the composite poloto some J. Edgar Hoover's hare and see the legend through to STA tw tArtit aa'NQ.T1 sIa : N A FDr
to travel around the specialised In Communist-hunt the bluer end tAtlewy ar Went sMlwrEs
article on the newly country I"
formed Federal Bureau ol '' to Important dinners and "log, while other J. Edgar Hoovers If he dots hold a retirement :
Investigation and as they; do aim to testify In front of Congms. have gone after N I s 1 t dinner does he ml the a J. >'
: with many ptecn they; signed There have been In fact Still others prefer to go track Edgar Hoovers who have playH -'; $
J a It with a nom de plume. They H J. Edgar Hoovers slaee l dowa kidnapers and mobsters. the role to come to the., r, ;
1 got the word Hoover from the 192$. and until the reran unpleasantness Vp until a few weeks ago the dinner and give there each: al!;
vacuum cleaner to give the the FBI Intended conspiracy was so weD handled watch! or does he Just ask the ; 11, rr
idea of a clean up, Edgar 10 have many more. that BO one had the slightest last guy, who was the one who''.
was the name of one of the/ Naturally; when! you're keep clue except for the really loused the legend up? h

Mood er'a nephews, and the leg a conspiracy like this going lent, thai there was no f'rt9.j I'd hate to be the one who J",
.tot JaiL. for so many years there:J. Edgar Hoover bad to mike the decision.
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Tuesday, December 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun IS


Pilot' Called II ;





Insane After HedrinnGALVESTON E RSANT


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Tex. (AP) 'County Psychiatrist B. W. }t,r\.I claim that this i II the cause ol

"Hiroshima Pilot" Claude F. ry testified that Eatherly I hid troubles. I

Eatherly, 48, was declared b- suffering from chronic s,:ntjt)I Jurors yesterday took onlyI

sane her yesterday by a Jury phrenla undifferentiated \p\. about 14 minutes to decide that

after a hearing in 122nd district' hi was and U !Insane. The von
Defense Attorney An4r_> I;.
court. : diet was returned >s his wife
Baker '
said Eatherly apj>Awl
In the courtroom with her iL i\-
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The subject of a book "Th' ly will be committed Indefinitely .
J1OIIt1old dill ghter,
Hiroshema Pilot" Eatherly had, to Rusk, Ter., State Htf, ftvtn

been accused of robbing Mrs pital. Baker said he feel) ]rat V' Claudette. \

Mario DelTOsso of |32 on Sept erly Is "more of a threat to )H'W

self than to society." Phantom Set V< 1
25.He
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will never be tried for the The defense attorney jAK &

alleged crime because Juron I Eatherly on Sept. 25 and od p*,. Service L S JX,

ruled him insane at the time of :vkmi holdups and attempt W4V For i (

the offense and at yesterday:, a toy pistol. Some storekeeperhe T't'

hearing. aid with a real gun of "AIWa 'if; Overseas I ,' mnetki
Wiebki might not notice that tti e '".
Two psychiatrists, Dr. .'
Thomsen of the University I of "weapon 'is a toy if he ,110&114 WASHINGTON (AP) The I I'm e.UU1L'"E

Texas medical branch Ind ever try another robbery. Air Force will send the ftC u. It s: ,jt
Eatherly flew the "St -aghl| Phantom sometimes called the

'LOR.OA nATI DIVILOPMINTCONO7S110N on PLORIO Flush," a reconnaissance plan f ., bd fighter plane In the world m dreaming

over Hiroshima and sent ta tl overseas for the first time this r )
TALUHAItia FLORIDANolle. fet .
It Utrtbv Qivtn' w.i the Plead word that everything was Cefor ] \ 1onlh. I *
DlvtloPfWit CommlltlWI tlM Imptct.. the first atomic bomb drCfc. \of Christmas
I.dil fighter Interceptor
ad o 1I."IC'ed..inwt. .tin. .Hi ... I It Mid today a ,
7.'In TOW AIOCT.U.' "** County 1 .th.".,..".. upon 17 I..... The former Air Force jit,j$>i squadron<< based OB OkKnw I

pllclttofl. 1. ass it Mr 0111,. High Rudolf, iprlnoi* 5., FlorldImptclloB OlovwRoul. claimed after the Sept. 2$ I Hi will be replaced by rotational ( and :
_..11 I*. MM.to bt wll cldent that he had Iwffere4 '1 squadrons 11J I n | the trf'( i sugar-
.bit tor tht' ourpoMi IntmoXl blackout and remembered flv\ I
Public retie, It rwrtby 51,50 Mst IRnlrlclX \ phantom.
lituxl' M Alr or ,.ort...,."0.<<..."...'.,".,.I 15 will. 1.M lit. Ing about it He made the |irA,,I The squadron now on Oklna: plums.
usual' prior la DKtmMr 11. 1W4, MUM claim after being arrested It! the older FlM Delta
.1" wtitlnto Mid CommUHo.' "' uses
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why well Ptrmlt tlmiM not to (rinlrtiY previous holdups. I Da iet, to all-leather Jet )In-II

AUTHORITY. D...OHHorn. ..,...'Ca.misll.n Experts have said EatiW) te c ptor. --I \4)) This year I'm
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Thii dill Hi 01 D AD !ias a guilty feeling for tstW.' The first unit to rotate to

'wENOHL. OvtUpmwit; JAIIUIID.' CoromliilonT CKtlntiMPitriu ,, part In the historic bombing*- OHmawa with the Phantom willIs I .. '' going to write
you
ATTElT' .I t the SStH Tactical FighterS I
INgl
lurltft W. WIMiorlntjItB Dtvoltomtirt, Comrnlwlm tMrtttry' IL nAURY HIVBNUi DIPAITMENT tMVICBi OB .....AIII. i \ ailron from Macdill Air I t '
(:Jut) 071 IH Wl.4 M U. 6 Clirrtncy "A. Fla. letter and
at Tampa it i
Base drop
AlKhut' County Ptorlqu' nk"l rorrt I a
.,.rton..alalmin5 J T,0,f 90 U m I.C.It.nt, 10<11.IB.. .13..*..KriJ.*n;V the Phantom, which can, ,

.n, moflit o ptiiiltn" far a"OIA001015a7750 each a top speed of 1.600 miles I
tl torWIur..0N1' C1pr i inSANTA'S
:d *W tUMOt coil bond, w* rif kit hour, originally was builts I
i.nitr. .. ,H4> .""."'" mo OWrty will M. Nt... \ a Navy plane. 't' .
fin ..ltod om ........ tI according ,1. adopted it la a somewhat I E i+:
ha'
Krvln. M. Dunn. 5up0tVlsor. IB, Cn *. 1
A'co"> "M and ToMceo Tt. Olvltttri' tKI. Wterent version. ,
mild'
a CourttiouM and FMl OHIce Phantoms / MAILBOX
''no. JKHMIWIMO, Florldo.iii last week, four
( ) 1)'Mi 111,5 Completed a non step flight of

home protection at mmo t 10.000 miles, setting I I

less cost with a MiM the Air Force claims wasIlea '

Homeowners Policy. unofficial endurance need -) in front of the
right
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i.)1t Christmas DecoratorsDECORATE U**


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EXOTIC DECORATIONSand 41 MAIL YOUR LETTERS TO SANTA






p CHRISTMAS LIGHTSfrom The Gainesville Sun is helping this year by



far away lands. publishing some of his letters.


Words will not detent the beauty, try ,1IIOt,1
look the unusual designs, the truly tVfrr.r* The Postmaster and his Postal Employees will

Christmas decorations. Baird mode rhYf* bor-

chases so the people of Florida could: *>i| beauty created In for off lands. Com i., do their best to get your letters to the SUNas

you must see to be convinced. ?d/
"Gifts Gele,. Thre.jhotjt the SItt,,"
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I Attorneys Admitted to Practice CLASSIFICATIONINDEX
believed that Jupl I
Red Spot is not HAWES-POWERS MOTOR
the surface but able Nine Gainesville attorney a 1 courts to do so. Ave.; Charles Edward Freeman, CO.
a huge raft In the s I were admitted to practice before Admitted In Monday's rituals 710 SW 27th St.; Keith C. Austin
the federal bar in proceedings were Eugene T. Whites o r t h, S21 NE 1st St; and Henry ANNOUNCEMENTS
I In the pew federal building 2720 SW Archer Rd.; James L. U Gray Jr., PO Box 44. I hi Mtmtrlam
Monday. Tomlinson. 28 NW 38th Ter.; SMITTY SEZ: I Cord M PunM
]' Attorneys, although membersof I Janie H. Noe PO Box 123; s .r a P... '
Market
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t-t e Jane Harris 1716 SW 4 PtrMiwiln HnkMiMcitl
a state bar cannot practice! Reynolds _
sole Nwl.er .-RwI.IIt.> ,In federal courts until they Williston Rd.; John Flani g a n a TP I Net w nweelsed _
TONITE!!2 TOP have been accepted by the' Harris, 1711 SW Williston Rd.; JACKSONVILLE (APThe Purl,.
w. ,. the Christmas Spirit
Northeast Florida Market
tint 1 Aria i.- Jordan B. Ray 3905 SW 2nd Egg got a ....y IttHn" CfiM CoPIMM ..
7.00fr Lon"I prices to retailers: P T. Oa AItf
I ...........'. Extra large 42-43 mostly 44: TII''.... T. baAUTOMOTIVE
ANN- I ElectricalROOM large 40-43 mostly 41; medium and Santa Smitty It going to

MARGRET ( ;ri 31-37 mostly 33-35; small 29-33
mostly 3033..2oultry .
SIZE HEATERS .. ba good to For the next M Alrdtnt, .
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FOR ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS .. .. Truck Mr tolan
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FOR THOSE CALL n Tr.llw, ..,... .

THINK C. P. Dressler SUBURBIADRIVEIN LASTTIMES M a Automciklla MoIol'CYClII' atatlri I ........

STARTS "'ei Electrical Contractor and trod wild. Try ui and IK, U AutonMkllM Mr ton
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,1 I HE ACADEMY *AWARD WINNEII I &J! '

"IST J..'ICTURI"' J t;; prices make ui an offer. M lcfM.li t ImtrvctWi.
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64 VALIANT 63 FIAT

I I GIFT ING i ij Starts Wednesday 2-door. Automatic tronimlulon, rodeo, 4-door.. Standard tronimlthorp. radio, II Ptrntl Net Wend
FREE RACE htattr, Balance of now Car warranty hfattr. Real ,
j iON ..UNA ANTHONY"SRCOUM 16,000 mllti II Mtlt HMp Wed
PERKINS $945 II Htip-Mtit tr Penile
n.em..mNrLIMmT $1895 14 sole, Nap w....
PURCHASE MADE AT
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ifAt1.1.ONIF.I.Molest .runew 14 Ww! WeNd Pmitk.
JULES prot1oIoef'il081N'8 U Was MfMlt., Mtlt

I I3 IRD '" !" saedyti i .OWcltOOOOt: PHAEDRA '63 BUICK 61 VALIANT2door
.. ,. hardtop V200. Automatic, troni-
mir w case-a..r .araModern .... FARMS
4-door 0 LIVESTOCK
t Special station wagon. Standard minion, radio teeter Shap.Iranlmllllon'$1
/ CM It i $895 14 Porn a.ilpmtnfV
a45 tttt ft PtrtllUtrM .
+ LIVNtKll ft lupdlnI ..
FEE BARKING OMTCWBR LOT i LIMKItlnf. Tot M
'61 IMPERIAL 21 ".11 ft wpww. .
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dove 63 IMPERIAL 111 ward
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEThe
Shot Repair Shop Clown 4-door hordtop. Power II"lng,
1 Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store 2 2nd Feature 4-door Crown. Power ittarlng, power power brakn, radio htottr, automatic
I -1 Heels.Attached brg .t.'rodio, heats, automatic tram tranimluion, alr-conditloning." A biautU riNANCIALMIRCHANDISI
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wtr"hererlerRwarwslf lit T1rT1AlwTAfrl.Ir>wT>LAf/1rAallra.Tt.flr' I (union, air-conditioning' Kit cor.
BRIGITTE 5 Mins. II sue oleweela
\ $3845 $1895 )Mary III Lau
II Mert.e.sI.
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I STR77ooWID SUBURBIA Soles Attached M...., Weed

Pnrlw's ho KIN..PI y ,. 15 Mins.At .
FIRST AREA SHOWING DRIVE-IN THEATRE EXECUTIV CARS
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I j tt Two Locations 41 WMM K Rap

I HE SAVAGE STORY OF R.NiCK. 1620 W. Univ. Are. Balance of 5 year, 50,000 mile warranty 4)41 Mnhliwry Pulldlni MitHliU ft To*.

I ? THE COYOTEIO":.. f AND FR Carolyn 6-0315 Plata and '64 IMPERIAL -'oer rows, power steering, power brakes, 4lntl 44 MouMfwl'- sails

I THE UNTAMED DEVILS radio end heater alr-coaditlonlno., power 44 MIK. ftr tie
101 N. Main St. Mats, power windows, automatic' pilot.I 1,000 actual 47 TrMIni Port

\ OFTHE APACHE DESERT! .fu Opp. lit Net'l Bank miles. SAVE . . . . . . . .I. $1900 M Putl OH ft Wood.M .'
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FR 65211J. lull Mlrlnt. Iwl.
I '64 PLYMOUTH Fury 4-doot hardtop. Power sterring power n C rtp Hunt PMH
brakes, automatic tranimliiioa Otllct IgulgmmtMu.lc.1
-- radio, haatar. Actual! 4200 miles.SAVI re MtrthindlM
( PARTY SAT.
PENNEY MOVIE 900
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r 3M 4-Joor hardtop. Power steering, power RIAL ISTATI 'OR SALE.
64 CRYSLER II Moblit Mares fcr eyeas
I SEl9HEWDo4NCESIHIo4R6NEWSOHGSI brakes, radio, heater automatic $1400 Lee N, UHMWittrtrant
trammli.lon, olr.collditlonill' Actual 7500 ", n... SAVE PmortyII
I ( Mouser Mr ....
'ii 1 I r Fury 4-door hardtop. Power steering, M Call_ fill .."
\ -:.. 64 PLYMOUTH ..410. hearer automatic V ere ..,... a..dunein

: iranimliilon. 10.000.cteI ", II... SAVE .,. . . $1000 awl ...... Weld
.. JT Out tt TMHI Proptrty
a 40 liras, Pr' wNs
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41 Ntiltmtltl' /Inc
61 OLDSMOBILE 60 VALIANT
J. "THE DAVE "FOOTBALL 41 f-.rml. ft *tntn.
I P CLARK FIVE" HI-LITES 1964" SI 4-door Stdan. Automatic trooimli. 4-door Italian wagon, 9 paiitngtr Auto- 41 CM.rad fnttrti toM
I osleUflamin. i lion, radio, htattr, ,...... itttrlng, prowvatic. tronmiuion radio, hate, oir.
tr brokti. Riot met car, conditioning. _
I
$1395 $795 41-1 RENTALS C.l rtd Praptrty RmliU
44 Ctttagn Mr lint
41 Purnlriittf Ann.M .
Unfurnlilwd A.....
61 RAMBLER a NMIMI for ears Pun
4-door notion wagon Ptwar ititrlttg, 61 Volkswagen 41 H...... lot dull Unlv.....
powtr broken radio, htattr, automatic Pontl truck. Real thoro. Ont owns 4* ...... lor Knit
Ironimliiion, air-conditioning., N Moblit' _.
Il NOTICE $1195 $745 II Nil... Ulnl.H
ate Ward T. Dtnt
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M OHIct Dose. I.....
'61 RAMBLER '60 RAMBLER 14 ...1..1 .....11''.

4.. Mdan. Automatic 2-door itatlon wagon Radio r tranimulon
Real clton,
.radio, hea'.r. Clean' car. SMVICI
$495 a IPKKI .....1..

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TO FUEL OIL AND U AMMlMKt, 4 Psrellur.WANTAD )
'60 T.BIRD '59 CHEVROLET

Automatic tronvmtion, powtr itttrlng 2-door. Standard 'transmission ,.cyll".
powtr brakin. ,lodia htattr. dtr, radio, htatir. RATES


\ KEROSENE CONSUMERS, $1245 $495 PH. 371-1411 forClarified



SUPER, SUPER SPECIAL OnlyAnnouncements


d '62 RAMBLER t;,fcArr'ctraM-1045 I ; : )


II i Oil Fuel Institute Of Gainesville 61 COMET *-*""rtlio* *"OII. Automatic Irani- SflOC

"iBliiio. radio, heot". Sharp . OZJ
2 CARD 0' THANKS
I J00' (onrertible. Power lUarint, power '
60 CHRYSLER woxot tune Kpint in. >
I brakes, radio, heater automatic $1 OOPtranimliiian Win. tt wtnclMWl.......,..... .. err
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PERSONS air-coAdrtioning. . IU7 J Mendo......,fuj. and IWrM. a rln..>III.... Kit.c awl.
.rt. _..... II ftymtalfty. tntIK.
iXMly Kit II tiMn 14 100.0suds.
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HAVING RECORDS OF CONTINUOUS PAST '59 T.BIRD '57 PLYMOUTH *uu r, kttntrd II our TM...,..Mm......IM DykM tnt Pxnllf mn

Power iiMnng, power ferakti, radio, Tin CIKTM. MMki rMMlyt
htattr, automatic trarumitlon. Air-coo. Standard trammiuion 6-eylindtr. Hun
ditwnmg. RM, Ilwrp. good LOST POUND
DUE ACCOUNTS WITH ANY OF THESE INSTITUTE ..... .
fOUND "" "lL ""'
$1395 $195 Tour.NW. ecll..... N.s
tour etO'I".2.LOST out .. t_ 0.- tow

MEMBERS WILL NOT BE SERVED TNmdm. P M. II worn OlW .
57 MERCURY r N. Mon It.. WMIt tmIwiummt .
-' '. ..wtr e'M.'tor. .. >Snow. ...ci.
4.oVxf. AutomaMc tramraiuwn, redo, LOST ,
Mater, nKe. 62 VALIANT ,..._arnil. eM. .50100.woos .
e I e. AC -
; ON ANY BASIS UNTIL THESE ACCOUNTS $295 _N nwne Ri.rd a/wee.
Signtt' 2-doe, hardrea. Automatic tram.miunn .J1"'JII.I..r'IiSOMALlZI"M._
rode htattr, r-condiHanmg.. 4 !) SIIVICI

HAVE BEEN SETTLED.C. '57 IPiNe.. Nr_ _.....1, i
DeSOTO $1245 .
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CIII you 'roe. _
4..", ...... Automatif tranamtoan. t-. As z-; pR iine.LARM .
rodto, ....It,.
"- Ooa TO Ciwa Delve e...
$275 wow wrrrwe

B. FUELSERVICE SUDDEN SERVICEBOHANNON '62 RAMBLER Lie.tAo_ WAY DIIVltIG.w/ .rwp acoael<<
: y0" II "" YNie

JR. INC. FUEL OIL CO. '57 BUICK 4-doef iMIKn wagon. ,or ttnHng, .UT '11 C.q KUCt s IIAUIV. UiOa ..

J-doef hedlos. POMP uttnra.. 5Ow. :::'eet.e.= .'v.i'-tc .,.............. Pvm... _M**M awl. c.U M
kralitt, radio, Iwattf. M .Awc 17)"It
in ass'
W. G. SAUNDERSOIL $245 $1295 11 PENAL KELP WANTED

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TIN, JR. .OIL COMPANY SUWANNEEOIL JIIi J. L. SMITH.WIUUK SUCH .cw-. w wTSE

PAUL IA1NITT.SANDY COMMINS. COCKTAIL WAITRESS
COMPANYCOLEMAN CKANYIUI JONES.HAWESPOWERS. 0.w se!1:en Airy ew a,= to r....p

SIMMONS aooMiiM tictr TKWHT".c'JnJ

e.. PI 14151.' *.tale... _An.ap.MNTt'o '"c.Astronomer. .

OIL COMPANY SERVICE INC. "TIMfERIAlVALIANTCHRYSLKPLYMOUTHSIMCA -- PR.cTKA4.EXPERIENCED. .
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THOMAS -.. .. ..'It.
CURE GiRL
v DAVIS SPAIN'SGULF -..wy.. Dooooooy r .err e.a.w..eC ,
OIL COMPANY
312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6.3400 ...u;0.._ewuL .__-..;;;

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II FEMALE HELP WANTED U M.I. ; M.I. H.I, Wnteol 12 M.I. H.I, W..,...) j II-Hot Ip Male so .......1.'ITE"Ot 1

,AL5LAOY lor r.psry D.pf C5 'inTollll i 21 Livestock SyalknMowthorno 12 Mobil Hornet. Pee Sal 14 Warerfrgn Preportv
KIM .uperlence _...ary. Must tor IALIi. II1'PP'' 'la .nd ,ar IIH SETTIR AND A HILFIIColl R..H" I doy ,,_.
taw how fa figure *ropery yoor. tondent oponing and. .. /000010.5) .mploy.sM. Lake City ml. ertor 1. 12'" Sltoog05501M >>.u. alIrylpw5. TWO was, tarIowns. .... be'h' H6sAwlt.111"'" '4CI WINirKtO H. CRAWFORD ...
ago for cintem --. Pad ot 1111 W. Univ. ...... ,.1\\, Ds1.bM 15100 5..0011.55, 5.tnls. bidet gull 551
voco- Riqulrementi" 0n0' R Irak or, HwcaHima' "I -
Noni retirement plan group KM.pltollntlM echool .,_. AND IERVICI WORK WANTIOXPIPIIINCID 3.41. m.rrisl. pen .....,. I,5 bry1IN .. MetaI. ,....... Mobile Home Perk Loll g PP.OPIRTIIIAC' '

and. lift ..IV'.... preVMod. ..... lonolllit ... high eeheol (rot, own Stool... stiNts fA f- per, .WMk. Apply le-ll' A IM. \\. t4lalary 40114W.IOMTSo t MIIOI North en 441Clterm AO1. I mlloa .... of Moiraoa ,
Apply In parooni OMDorai, In.u,_ itortlng salary, Itt M per man Apply AI Nardo lor, Hot.ill Po.C..tor.ot NWlsd ft. Nnrrlo, Mgr. OR 17151.LIIIOUI.
inf W Unlvenltv, Ave. ,,.. A5.. Ma00.1055 11." 5370 ,- ""''''
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trolnoo) end par IIFOkl yap buy H* w tor top d 1,1.05 St11ding. 41..3s'

U M.I. Halp W.sf.dBUYER .1I"1ft Wontod embltloue It-Sll.. Help Waslsd CNINVAHUA .Mto5. I COIN gcS11ty III Msb115 A0pr15Irnalel .-. II' II 01' .,.....an.InIc"1
Call ,11I 0111.DRIVEIN '11I troniponotkw tun* WIM RESERVE LIFE old. 121 .1011. I MSncM.l,. 1Mal. 35 10115 N :;0:0 Ira.. and s.N _.. Mow

110.000 0 year end ... INSURANCE COMPANY VO ..""....LL YD' rUORIP' a 11.0.15., SOS WN. I .....'1\,. 7th wul11s, W bFalurhs 10' for Nw ..., 0.11151.
It s1.w and growing' ee> .. Old. C.N Pit 1.121' until' ,.,
MANAGER our In mar '..11.... S ......11.. 510 01111 boat Clu- Palm
MEN'S & BOY'S WEAR will tremendoue aN__. c._. Nil'" lampoy will add P.M. ,11I ._ .11., P.m.. M.rolti. Nl.ku551. Wine. nom 1005. Call PIlI ..- /aroyminl.0rr1 '

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pnlllonl with' 11y to hum iWW and air ....) r.- 11 III tho M.MIa, Nws.1wIM11 IS H...... far Sah
_. leltry MOO I* logo Mark_ Fold, kInlM.a, .5..d _, noipllal. medical aurglcol, .... open M." mon 5. GRPOORY yaws :
per month. plus bonui. Apply in NI 4 15-41 pvotorno, Mull be ll''O N .100115 ...131'
mod _lout ........ come pratoctiM and a lull sloe allit.
rerun H vYIInn DeportmentHere. or Irlngo ,! Ift.u,_ It Khaot .,_.... Coll Monoger, )r'' I"L"C', bull' 'n .,Ie.... 5
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ed PMsr "' 0. la> oo. Ocoen..... i nlng an axHn.... expansion program > PR .,..,. FOR,.'n'or Nol-des thorough.55/5. IS "SERVICE HAS 8JILT C.nR ha' I air aodi000ir., least .
time Nnpitytt 5
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OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD
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WANTI9 IXPEIIINCID WIscllnkIM oalarleo' tar ) win IKNI5 Urn 1101 lit. old. Plow F III i
"" ra wnutlw will 11.+005 for apot inly Moy OMi .
ttWwk Winf... ......1.
mutt have experience onl menogert for o.i ppolnttront at number of mm to complete our GIllMAN .H.'HIIIIO pu00M.. SI i Met Nl 14th Or.Another .
hi color TV.s.. oolory, 4oy experienced Iaoco.nUCKU'. ..... ..".. old AKC .... will *Mdond MOBILE
woo.. good mum It IM ettAOolneivlllo rook.. WOULD like I* hays e |lot it I loop till 31..... Mlcirwp04Wl beautiful Myrkk enginel leundor
tun._ Jockoon I. Aopilcint mutt be ever n and mold I deyi a ? willwork. .nor H> or wonondo. HOMES cenltrtKtlon In wlmnorhlitntot. / *
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NWIMh Ave. ...... .Ileft_ men unoar tl yawl of ago.t. darl. Prone er 370 AM your decorator*
WATCNMAKIR Moot I working, __ Notionol Treiuoern Mint hove burning doling fa MM.lieorry. SLACK MALImlntiturg IOCMPhono touch m thit horn by cMml1 a
condition onus bo experienced n.". Kanuo City. K.... earn M a My with our deydaloadi. _,... AKC .... .... your color, pcriome o
and. have ".. 11_ Mr. Turf : .", Will 1101. noattcs white women to core Ii' COIl )1".M.. tat not Jet m 4 44i Cloy* ", ."d. bulHtor 171 lot. ,
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drluws, L 10>>.11 monthly guaranteed oamsnflRT > 1 0 hi return tor venal salary plot ENGLISH SHEPHERD all UI TODAY -BLACK ACRESCINn

P P.Pt.Awt. hi thooo wit* quality wltll, apltontlol room and N.N. Plan PR. 1 Pu'BI" Poor pale watch and ttocl.iri for a dooi mat will Iai111y 0U
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sa l I r I of WOO to tIM fMTnwnltl. 0112. fill $0537IRISN and ,Iva rl many MiSnl CNrl.t. I bedroom, I both home with
mottooi 14 yrt, contlnutiuo Mobile her_ noort. 1100 down met.ctoun >
C I.A.AG.E.VACROSS .. Mon wlotlsd wig be ._ WILL Clean oow. Iron type. II .,. CTTR puPPI.5.' 3 -icJ tMma kuilima celt end .,_il tin tme.
SIRUP ond. Hold. .....1"1 by wporloncMCompwy Own front ."' Mro. Rigdnn, mall I fwnolg Ml.oi M 1.<1. ,"." In.u,_.. oRIOOWAV
25. Oat t It t. G pononnol Including Moore "._ Trailer Part, MM ..."...... wlrOu.d, 0,1150.0/ BUTTS CONSTRUCTIOh

Knock 26. Com. EVES ERA F' 0 OR won ond Khoollng' kl point, locotod I. Only Ave.U ... ,. (wool pott, good wa1CO I....,. or 374101.r.511..0U. .
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4.Hiring motels( TED PRY MAT t .oithor In riorMoorglo. II' So..... ) Imlrwctlaai NW lit: It,It "Bllr"lHOMES 110105 ,051.will 541w N wail 010.11 g.4 npol lat: ;

edit 27.Araly A'.STA&8fO. I, Automobile/ MCMOory.k 12 Mooilg H...... fw S.U 441 h.... It city .... ......,. 01 W p01 I.5.Ne .
7.Cors $QIke OIACerl ThoM ooloctH muH boll klfmodlitoly. HOWELLI eUIINSSJ COUE5IRIAL : ORM AM M I qu.lllll'N. Immodl!'ts '!!. 1pony.
.. MIS 0 0 E R D A IITATI IXAMCLASSII CLOSfO SUNDAYS WII' 0110 00III15 05P 0
10. King otMldlaii S1.So be '. TIlt mon boioetod ot Ihlo Mm* KING' 01110l1 10 sol,. c..... Inoulre' an prom.Im .
: : "p E )( I I D E.S 01'4 will wiihMt A maya bo piocodki NOW PORMINO IIOINNINS MOSILSMMII"" MAP.RIIO. OR look ot e ar phono VtMOo leal..
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11. Keel-blDa. bind PAY /II. U 1'1 at mcnogoro, 111 W. Univ. Avo. PR 4 Ill', room to UCOMPLITILV >
PUMNIIHFD NIW' E lr. | IH, CCI Home
cuckoo 33. AlgeTIAD ME. rr A T. A V A I L. MIOM KMOOk"lonori Pwmw.N 0e.0 Ma 11'.11.. pall far MIO. by owner. 14 nog loot arW
13. Heraldic ... M,. 00 W''", Nllnd" Inn.s at N.nOa e. basil'. A M S tan FEDERAL QUALITY and. you CM Mil Is,. good rahirnOuM WO on Mows of uoo down wHO
tltet sport ETHEREAL II t E. =. W... Dtc. "... 10.00 A.M. 0, :- I..... J11bw11 HOMES INC. IV'_'"" I ....... fromCimput -'. '",1....
36. Suprema SEE I D I P E It It vllie, PliReal I toll and down town coil for
\\ IALLa 0170 NW. IJHl at OolnoivllloMMU
14. Legal 4 1R. I boihi. Kroonad parch, can. UPool
deity VIAdL lh ...', iftwi botora Ill 'M,
Estate Exam" !olf...Johnion. Mgrir dltpoo.i .
II-Help M.I. M romolcCHEMTST built-in von.rengo
hingmaa 37. bled slump: :
SOLUTION Of TESTIItOAri rUZZLIDOWN' 1044 I.. t ,11I. UN poy *rnoVIRV MOatll HOMI; IC X Jf. al.i air conditioner TV antonna.iir .
17.Indigo type doll COURMAm M Isl. St.um433 515.moot5. turn ownlno 49*. I IR. trant kit. orhooit |4W down, I a im .
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18. Kin I A,. loci 1. Concerning murmur Ouollty control .lotorotory of I.".. spout. -at ,knitting,,...' woniad fa top INCLItrl .COIII NICI 0000.01)vood I aR Itoutotriiior. .H7". ..""on''$, fR Mill or M I 13110 II Poo,_,11I lit., ,_Owner unN'
thus'. lance 39. 2. War ofapproach 8. Avifauna Civil lorvlee. Trelnlnilocrolerlal
Enlightening pM.p1ai..0115105 oporoltonvoconcy 100s Knit In one piece from nock down would like to wll inn

19. Scot.lot 9. Sheep'i cry tar c....._. ''y'Ic.1...... chomlit.Roqulroo with a,. Including ounbunt naovotl yoke Note.neck dougostans curltrim. Now CoornoOatMO Forming11 -. wM. llloi or will roniioor rot II LOTS FOR SALI Nice All hone YOU MOVING In Ocoia TO"..0(010'I ...
)oho .42. 13. River SUIINIS. COulPOI 5.0.01. tits PR ""17.j1Ia I boml M., Jr. 1011_. NIn.
Tea prefix 3. Falrte laIieUnd INN S ....., ill uNsolllry.. PM Potter Ml olm It-Mi JoMkKl. ItOW.L ..
2 Seiorry Energy Varnish fin off..... Including group kvourwicot _II...... ........ win, n- RAILROADSIDING 011 ..... 1.04101501. 51. WI"
21. Small IIIlt Ingredient! 15. Hebrew rotlromont. ....,..... TMrfyWys eoaf k ealm far 0515p.llsrn Pi 1.*. Teechert'IANO 111 coMno. rollont eondltlMlIt / .. 10m? "mil"? 00.5.0 M '
... add It conn tar eachaoitom KH I P MAMIRICAN LOT Aolnovwltlo. Prlro. P1000 1050 ..
oeopltimSI 44. Pipe fitting .S. god vocation, a e. land] completeMm. far r< IMO oitor
loKlaio
moiling and ..
HI000 la llfctoe tall McKinney
Old ItaLknlly 46.: Guided homed 16. Prcpoiiaon or apply ki poroon fa tunotlanol > '_'.1 handling. land fa law. TIACHIk woinnora Al condition.-w-r HAVI ,.... Mmmorclal lot wlIng '" Aron ...,.... UJ-J4I'.
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47. Hugewav* 6. Mountain 17.WUa MI_." t mail Oopt. P. O bo III. OKhoiwa teach boflnnen er e..onie* trallN Court 31fl 'W Hockey nont, slue' oatlilaiLAROf
23. Fapest. 48.: Fodder climber"'s a 1. Marry Corper.tlon, await Pkval Altonuo. notion, N>w .,... II. N Y.rmt llvdonll af any age. IKMla Conl. Point III'. ,R ....... hrr tou'.4511!. ..!R ..: LASSITER
..,-. FUtMa." plainly PkTTRRN NUMItR.AMI. ,,,,.',,. 4XIH4 er tn "21._ _
mated with 22. Command
plant stet "" ADORItl and. 10NI. NORTHWEHTRAILER boauttlvl Wo kl NWMelton .

24. Healthy NSW POR Ifoll 101 a>olgnlmore 21 LIvotNek 8 Jupplleo SALIS lacotod adlKont to ntylity
color not woiao. loo NAt ,. 11.0111 wll" p1r01 5/x0/5. 5.550. REALTY
faihleni to knit, cnxhM man
1 I J I" y 5 I' JS. Early AVON CALLINGSANTA'S Saw Plus I PRRI aanerm envbroidory. Anl..Tlo" It..nLIMI,, Palm S... Irene WONT, .1.. lorga km .....
tretch heme-grown grains te molimit -- 11_ PI0000M1 I haltl s.1?
done Clo'_ fond M able a* Wails |u t I mlioo POUR
7. II IJ Dutch inn tor new NeeOlecraft' ,....... by muing, pain with, CPA CONNOLLY Sorts of ....... Dews ooptiontIrlercllff Piny.' C.0I.I 5401. Nlcsyeod.
HILPIR Hal* lSV Tr. 51_ Ctttlo lupelemont 515.101 dIIN 5700 45w.
geographer VALUII || COMPLITI QUILT laelM Home lam, Inc. t k I 504 150115 51/00150.
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TWO with
:: tome In ,..., ....... Shaw ... I''1.0I. for Iotl_... o.pent lend PMX. Oilneovlllo, or .,...... 1000 ..... 3 yNr 11na10io.. II V. 411. McCoy .,."". tloorl. ....,"'_,. Only .

'I ojuliitoly ....11'.1 A y S I M centi nowlII lit NW INS |t.OTHMall. Drive out _". I miloo louihf lake loto large.I pod Down k La.. man Ul .., .
Ie 28. Embd.llthtd iftg la .. ..... IIM Oolnolvllle en U. o. 441 Ph.feurl W. INN If. Rnchottoe mo. Intl. Lass a Int. It you
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7H ..,... I. W. et Oolnoivllle. move In .. Jan. I 111.1.0 :
U 1/ II ...... Centacf P. 0. lei -Mel. Mile ge FenMk IS CALli' odd. 110 ,ailC.nOa1 : toll ... IHI Memeinod I'omptlon,
p 29. ODe who 411 C.ln"yllle, H... If D.,,, Pious. /no.s H... 12' WIDES MAR'f MOEllER, REALTOR .

eers ..n r* 2-0421. LABORATORYTECHN 10.111. P1.. Hit w. Univ. A... PR t"MI ATTRACTIVE MULTI IIVIL I
II 14 IS sJ Call eimn
IR 1 bolh homo In Nortnweitpoor
p Tibetan. 2 BR under $4,000 acre pond ten.' boaullhil kllkFOROYL OKI. M tomiiy room k
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r'//. 5T II 't II USE OUR
" Jl. IALITUI10AV | a AIIOCIATIIt INC. III.MO with' coiiont nnancmg
I'l'/ Antique I fatal ........... company hoe va> IIORANOIIURO RENTAL PURCHASE ." TOil 4 LOW DOWN PAYMINT.OR "" .
31 J4 If 7 JT 32. Exam FURNITURE coney tor lob _lei... Mull M .Ci.> C PLAN lid_W. U.Iv. puni-

33.: Draw forth PIN" Khoo4 groduota with god Fair llrou.... Ftvlllmtern. L_ "M'u5dl1ol 0.5.5 ..,...ont I" OWNIR, Nnullfut WMCIoui M TNI AIT. thll contort I ble
1 ,. Jr JI 34. Stings UPHOLSTERY to two yoere college cnemlilryrolorrod TOTAL coir la* X ft*. MO artvltog flfboatmg home toturao hg lot., toncod In .
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book 1" en coma.I
Pe4ltkM efton .ucol. yard largo
For to* eueuty Mrkmamhlg OR CONTRACT Wilt II IIUyr. and 5055 1. IN |ik. Ive4X
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Daddy clll working tenoltloni. bon Ill Hood with I ipoclol' delivery I Ihire. Itnancln. evollebl Terr, v.|iw. IPooch.
M 4. 'II. fito and. eeoortunity for t'owth.Prelorrod JU'T 5510 lows l .71 pap a
38. Roraaagarment 172-4142 Ka M K M, Apply N Por dotollv CHI Cy Crone, ACsI LOTS total) prk:IIe..* .... IncL tools A 'to' Ie ......
GAINESVILLE Imoloymont tuporvllory, In'... Canning Collie Co.. t4olMly Inn, DAD AND BRAD LARSEN II mm. from 0 in 'vlMe oa "ed I buyer.d .
:i 41 I'"a "' ''' s, 40. Bounder ".'.....1 Mlnarolo a ChamCorpprallen. kal Orongobvrg. a. C, (NJ| 431.17.IORgil TANS vINIVATRAIII eon m less Alto MO klnoo) h
I ; UPHOLSTERY louth 'laral A'. IAIIIOn h.. ,..,. ,,. Down ...- 10501"" P0I CHIIII"M". M...:
:. .. .., 41. Fury Itoe NW. loth W. nub lortaw, P51145.AN PONY Rt. N.. l .0101 .. .. it lug with bol ot III por mo. wIlls lots 5115 Slew/, Awl I 11II I
4, 45.: Plural Free RotMnatia nik e* and ..... far chikko" er cvfting towo Kly11w15 NalsSIs. no Itvt'.". P.nr.e ..l ll'4. ball Soma W 'tw ml II.:

511wry.lIl.io ..QU.LO'POIIITUNIT. C. W. "....... Ml. | la* 41-A Coon _.... ant 5.0150 o 45.m Nr1.NItiI'I.emp0. .
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4. LA..IIIONr LOT 055 .1.1,000 ",."lt." kjtahon, with w111'
'10. 53155. $701 175od.. N.ow L lIMS_, Con-
Sales Gill Own.0 01 tool hoot a Air oonoiiioning airdouklg -
'1II1111t olt Ainlng' late t
5115,5 NP.0im55w ALi iT TOADS = HIM;acuity;; i IKon ..Jer=. worth ink. I

MN/15 Nws55 for 1155 M alloIg a L00S Sang Mall AN OPPIR t "M yeut.tilth 1

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Gills Gill Gifts forTh Gilt ( foG uG :


1 for Mom for Dad Home hr Son +1 FOR A LITTLI FRINCItllOvolln I > ... 4'i I : 1l

r powdor mnt II MItrowMrry
I Man Ntrwul 015 Kill lip pomo o, 10 eto.CeH .
Help yawl Mitchell to* reel H grk.
Ye* CAN eitard to moke y.Wd .
Mro Cronlhow, I/I lilt
A CNristmat sppllana frwl FREE
Zebea J) reel W price.THI
anted OM'I Chriotmoo e elwkN
' M HANDYMAN PR 0001 TACKLI *OXI INN ITUOIO 015E kl your Path..g .
ane with hio own bond
7 /. Clmltlcollon ea Univ. Avo. et
p 1fCIRII.--....... CHICK WITH CHARLIIM BIG 20" COLORFUL bone a prka otonderd frvn Maid R. Oelltrown ot ewnewoele Gifts r FUNLAND

fJ>l Wi. .iit 1liiriew (74-Uit ar F 0. lea 711,
leautlhil ot lomea. fortyAmarkarv
' A" ulr FIBERGLASSWREATH City. 1011 W. Univ. A...

;, vlnclol itillm Aweem''''''ncl.Pronch,. Prlcoa Fre Fir Hi* A gift I M* would"lflC".app gel.t. Diu er 1 Go..... fee yeun>| sold ...". t. k* pleyid, tlngly ef I I.

trem ..ft to 531 ft. Voorl Mgcuts far only O*. ._,,,,,,... ere I I. ....t".1 Ivpply at h.,...*.

WITH DOCK 1tTOK WINOVIIIM Are hoe Chrttfmeo avoame ....... T.., few leld .*a1 ,.fI.... eg ............ lent

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111 IW lit F* Mill .etor trowVt whato.ao
IuIppfsmm4IIthlss.LIR.. MT mtx lor Girls true
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lomettilni Mom alet 4 tweet tit till lot lure MuPMOitTikfo,.- have met oMtovorite bylolly GLASS CO. ao NIOHT TO TWIN'00 ext ITIIITI CMRItTWAI"" IPICIALNO l "... wa .....y !.*.. H. ...... lei the bowl ..of

suns!) ITOVIR CANOlllWISI 4141 NW llth Tor. ; KHWIN I IK I UNTIL CMRIirMAIPIXII ..ef e m.'H .
I BRU ITORIHI ,11I ..531 II Mall FOR CMeilTMAIITRIITI "" 070 ., k* wen M PMtt. T* ,.1.. ..< releeie. 1...,... ar (net
PR I4J71.Snack' ..-...
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for 11I11II. KIrs/ 'AIIIIII" CLOTNS. ... 5.5501 It Ms M Nd lor 451115 friaef lId 1 lttf>df,
Gifts
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Chftatmoe ..>4 IAVINCJIIFrut u Fro. nuriory wnrtto.MM OKI. by coMMgMf .MO for me *>(o I 0.win
Cokes end Pound Cadetloit Gilts lor ftih plM Nods oanlngi 0tI Nods Id. p4t 4PUWANO 01,550055'1331 51510.15150105 Aw. tti | .. la ,: muoie afRomiroe

we've Md. try ell ef our log month tor tw. -.. At krIM ao Al 615".. through the ittrnt tjk*.. you'llb -i- 1541 15I'S loHnoireo
,...ry 1.r cant down let payment you OK1..1Sia..4 .. Isl. fc w' INN It. PR 4M41.
i" ChristmasLOOKALIKI iur. to find gift for OT.ry.... on your lilt. Aww.swwd CtsM _..fIN ko Croon
KEN' IAKIRV CRIDtEY MUSIC CO. .emoo to love on* a"eFrom A & W OOTIHR nAND10"1111 III TSA
II I* ate It.M law N. Mew tnouCoon U.. the h.....' form bolov U *uoi ro
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GIFTS OF ELEGANCE Coon 1 Doys II ... M. P P. M. fer .. .NMI" :: Mba tot amor *oib *M law P.500 *"
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... moswww, TO HAIf IATWTIMI FvetlCmoon (511115A. N.C/Al. =ORTMANgAr..h.no
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4150151150 of IYUA"'A Ioa TASs.
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1111 1N UItI W 071.01 STUDIO 0151. 07$1115 tII k.1 INN Ass. Ir3.of"JAI TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAMTIIIA OR LACE

Of ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS All NEW ENTERTAINMENT/ GUIDE

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YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER


, CLASSIFIED ADS


Clew out the Cloittt fir Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra caih. Person to parson ads are for non commercial sun telling merchandise priced I

1 0 SAYS 4 LINES $3 bring Bt $100 quick.or less action.will, the lllIillg price stated In the ad. Nt additional cost for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that



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

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IS H...... f.. Sal.. IS H.IIMI for 5.1.ftR IS Ho..... fof Sold IS H...... Sin $.!. IS H_ to Sol. IS H...... for S.C.I IS Hootoe for Sol.' HIUMI for SoU

THE TIMEIS FINLEY AREA IALe BY OWNE R 3 0R. I WANT A HOME AT A SAVINGS? WtSTWOOU ".., now 2. 503 SELL AT COST """* 123dbOW4l 5-1 ".'h, llllltw.... ..... Modon
ball CC*. Idttlly illuiltd I bloc: Custom homo bullotr mutt reduct both Colonial.' CorOnal A-C Iron Lovoly KM 4-BR Homo In MoltOordont. .. I II! EXCITEMENT I 1 I slat poymont AOl ....50 por monthcenvenlenl kltchon, 1 londtcipKl' V'''. II PS
PeA Flnonnd from J. J. Pinny school II MSI I _tory of ou.llty homo. CholclN tot It 1211 NW Jill Dr. 1101 p.; Will angull you wIse you tint NW location. tmtllcornor now. shown by tpot.
TIP0 I'* ml. t ot
I 'teI..... I hIle home NW 7th PL Winy nlct Io.'u,", .W. location out ot way of Irif.mottor m.oW down ptymont, 171-3574 441. ....,IIM 000.4 comput 10". tar m you can gtt S on Itudy, Ibtthb lot. S bedrooml oc,...... lIllY MOetLER. RIALTO*
b. NOW. *..ulilul ground! Plrialan booKihtlvu, air and,, fie. MooS In mime 0' sew, Ir on 11t-46f2. .. .. Will _"11. plce. Driosawodid llropt_ CM. A A C:, larch vary good condition. Sri toll W._Univ._FR 41471OWNEP.
Stptrtli dining room tlontr and .Ih.... Rtaionablprlctd. .' brdtk Alt tut ocnlomttltM tlovt dlipnil mctllonl ttorootirtal II 724 NvJ4ID P1.... Ph FRe3472Worner
TAKE UPbtlh llmOo 3734336 371. RP.II> S BR.
PAYMENTS OIl 4 5!. MY Sr TMNSFf -
Plmlly roomCtntrtl for tpol. ( ,
I7H774
CHI Flntnclng orrongtd I Umlly living In ovtr not W. WoMmM .1111 ,
homt it IIOJ NB 17lhTir. 4621. Ill balls 4IaflWpAOf.' 11101551.p.u.l
M J7J5WJGodyt HM RECENTLY rreimttd I BR, CClhomt. P143145.lIlY' Clow' to tehooll and Mwp.ping KL tt. with btoutlrul .lOtdlCapIoeIll N. Main St. noon- tonctd ,.nt. SU4Arrango
: Do You Have Realtor ISOI dn, ond tokt sew, NOW AND WO UK OUT TMI ._ con,.,. ITMOOt ittor Ia Arr'lIII., purchttt btfort Jon ICB for only 124,no.FORDYCI Arrange purchoio betore Jin. 1.1 tIown ...... 1231 N. SoIls
Smith l-l- 1701 NW Jtlh Avt
Ite4 of Ml par OIl led.lawir. DOWN PAYMENT o ASSOCIATES INC. Low Plaw.. 27211064.
p.ymeols down payment, aiwmo payment
.. u. 2 tun. iiuoy, aoubli MARY MOELLIR. P.ALTO
22' W. Unlvtnlty A. c. REALTOR
kit,, and lowtrtgo Him.nttnlo. Now homt. on hotvlly ooodttf 'loll torn lOll univ. A... PR mr like mil III NW tin. ...rch... bot... Jan. litmonti
W. .
: A Room.Apartment I port room built In kltchon, 14 W. Unl 1711234DISPBRATI
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OCAlA Mock I BK' t ...... kg.aeonbum : All. S aol on wotk Sods now vndtr n. T k r II Ave.
W colling, ponoiod, .,'vIn. 1.1f. NW llth St. ond tour bedroom, on. and two cmt. twit, :ton A-C IRwgS'JO I II. I Mt"", c.port. Oawliy MARY MOELLER, 15LTO5 Low down PlYmon' 51001110 Piy.
I dn, | tIM SB 14thTor. Ilk. nsI,. .>>; N* ItthMMtV
family room wild tAO.Silos. .., .. balhl. Including brick front colonial ma. ...... bAll In kllcl'OIs, 0.01, lilt. W.. loin Avo. P1 4-4171
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or THREE nmny Bud ". -. P0 "... Thll lovtly clton tMrtillng I L...'.
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135. ftncod-m bock yawl Ioc..... on ,lirga cornor W. Ecollont .. In W twood .homo 1 BR. living room. MOtLLED RIALTO
bum' in Mtehon. I7MN I r nolghboIt ,-. convonlontclng Wnk to tchotlt.' All city otrvkot 'CLOSI to tchool.' I BR. I Doll don Ml ..... Mlt II 14tk Tar dining room and PI. ,..... Hit W. Unlv Avt. OR 44471
: House to Rent? 041 acodlos and __.... 'lOA too ot N,W. Jtlh Drhrt tnd N. W. homo on ..... 100x141 lot with Iud Roblnion. PR t-WW. willt your IntpKtlon.. Tha so.. FORDYCEFEATURES
1 1o TIIo Jamb l.urnpaoy.Puiao. Utk Pltct Call 171-tMi dolly or 500 g.l. gn tank. 'In NW Motion. 0, h.. moved i'S minIons I.. HELP STAMP OUT
REMEMBER- HUOI family room I Id, I bath', >;,.)101. 174-tlMI nl, I.. Prlct SlSog Phono 371-17, moditti int. Prod 113,900 (401

blAJ .. hut troll, ptllo laws .1 yard, .,...comor..., pool tot. ,mmbtrolilp tin BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH MlBy McKINNEYGREEN SUlLY 15,11.. IN bails KlTe lN. con. .....1.I PARRISHPRESENTS down truly wondtrtul ltd 113.50 buy.par mt. A MOD SALES M.. It.COMMISSIONS living 750 ...... S
dnpory ...... built- In Invmtlna In o U. S. Sloll Homo .. on bogs holclooa Bfti Hporoto din. rm, con. hail
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m : A renter chIna cibhwf, mmy nlrn on 91por built In thll S1'OALACOIUS by etools. lilt HI Ills II. P1100. FORDYCE tit ASSOCIATES. a. aIr conn piin.ittlc f... H.....
vacancy mo $05 dn. PR, U04Ml SIAM 0, INC. -374-5001. INC. wood II...... bIlly ..... wltn old,
fycc llth II. ftm VMlJtModri DEATON GRACE FORDYCE BROKER HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONRHnembor bASS flI09I_. Ig kit. wtll ovan,
COSTS YOU MORE Homo Oponlng ovary "uii. FOR SALE BY WESTMORLAND Almost now SAcS 'U W un... A. lIla ,lo the liit monthItiit tfltlwiiriir. dliputl rAng, Itn*
I IVk YR OLD LIKE NEW I SR.S 5551.10 '
from 1 P.M. i V.M. U31 N. "c.n.., homo
front homo with oncloted htoltdociwd FR 0I1MBETTER : a and ociptd. Stnot I Mock long no
01et : than the ad that boil,, control Mat,,i built Inkitchtn W. It PI.Cempir. OWNERI SwImming p0.0. Oft ahoracllwl I..... Illll bt ..... .. clllm, homottttdonemptlon. traffic. Plotehtr Built an Wf14V .
many ixtrot Ig tot PHA cmt with on othtrbtoroom I CREEKSIDE NORTHWEST II welt till
,'. 3 bodroomt ivt ball. you altarJtnuary lot. 1724 SW tnd PI.
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M 500 down, MS mo SOU Ml I7IDSUV air condhomoi. ochool BR SowN 100 II 1W tot, NI HURRY : .
t basIl fully THrto I l I balls-Nsa? bulll 'In kltclwn soIls Now PHAHnoiKln 1 tt buy your homo, K Appralwd $25,400 will
: will rent itiHere's I -- T.. 11..72- "YOU'LL BUY IT IVkDV Wail to wtll cared Built Ink hobbs of city. Plnpltct, 10...> to Ojuollllool buytr.WBSTWOOD Rtolly' rIce sod will toll con coil you "' ., I35S In I... .
PROM BUILDER, TIME* SailS modtlt S1S./7S M IIch.. Iqslpm..mnb. ttood f I.nancIn9 tRttiontbio wood bIos,., Plo. room. Sto or I 1 SI, I boih. Bioutlrul I oulckly.bulil.fn. taxet. cell I Pordvc. Mil for $23,500 If sold' I b.
1* prlc* = : no commliilon IBR your lot.OH down pty tail aIls I M P:M. no NE 10th AREA. 4 btdroomiIVi kllchm with ctblntti ,.10"'. Stem today fale,on tho many fore Dee. 31st 1 $3500
II. Phono PR tUtiStoutltul ,
: I INIW 1111 homoi ....11."..
what S kitchtn equip botht Itrgo llvln.' room wit 'rook'.., Mr. Prolty hordwoodtloon. down reGIOn, I ",..dh..
your FHA or VA. (103 NE IStD Tor.Hugh $ NW ISth St. S BR homo I In No.0 DI soon I. Is appreclabed. llrtploco, will to will ctrpttlnMooroto Carport t utility too OPEN HOUSE
: ......., Ine '7"71.JWK Wait Pirk will, I3SO rant down for ttt and 171 ma.ptr Call hon .poln'm..1 PR "JiI7. c NO.THWIIT In dinIng .nd liolnq room wi' 100 hilltop lot Will Mil for 110,1* Split 'lavel I 4 br. S bath, C.H. sod money newt! Own.r, FR 6-
: vacancy COSTS mo.,,,...or. PR, t02SL'Y por ttudy hId .lovoly bonnily'noon Ony HM dawn ond 171 ,., A-C 2204 to. tt. Huge living room 6671.
MODERN HOME: brick front tllinldi I _
with llropltco. An ottroctlvoI mon"" Hid cherm ,.1 EArS lirgi Scar
: YOU EVERY DAY OWNER, bttutlful homo for TInes I,.. t bitht Mordwoodtloorl ronch. I X T R A LARGE LOT.. .sloryhionmoonaoacrl lot FLORIDA PARK ....g.. Optn from t-S p,m.Ivndiy 104 Boaro m Model I.
Mil! 'In NW Mellon I blocks loony Ctr PorT lorgt itor.tnd Thru btdroomi plui hugo Umlly Doc. a, at 2231 N.W. SINP(5T10
: Myrt Ttrwllllgtr tchool. Muit boMM ago room ClIp _or, w.isr ". Built-In 0.E.I.ftk LAbS PAMILY.' Ju.l.... homo. Par tht family who Modi room. Avo.Anol SHAOOWLAWN
until It is rented: 372-8404 to bo tpprtclilod. Ctll PRnmoo.'gri'pir lights Call PR 1-1617. with toll ol Apollo ,; torml.co 4 bodroomo I ballS, family room 4 BR, t balls Excollont ntlghborhood ( ESTATIS
Cablosis. ....kl..1 b.,. Two ...... Ctntrtdoit. ,
Irtploco In living Largo lindtcapod lot IndIvidually' the koynotntt
:: "IVE BEDROOMS, AOl bull, full 0.560.LOWdownPlyInnrnb F. D. OLIVER
J. J. FINLEY full balSa with colored flxturM. ItndKoptd M In
holly txcollont 120.000.FURNISHED Ills' 4 br 2 bath homo tiitur-
: IF RENTj YOUR LOSS lI.t.. aOl ovalllbll M ont __. C.cr.IIbiocl. Juil tn Idtol. homt for Inhttt ... Control lotting, air conditioningoptional. wottildt tocollon.WIM1ERLY VMJZV": : : : tig welnut perilIng brick tirotitce OFMRINOIndlvlDutl
Built-in rang dlipnil" dunwithtri S 51 1 balls P05 Ii' hinyll 0.110 bInds lola oh imown.I Compltti landiciplng I sod Inn' ifM 10 ft. Cell Stylo For You
nOW dntril gtl findfurntcl. ..... '1231 N.E. 5.5. 1 basIl, Pla. 001.. Csoir.l i Includn Sod ConvKilmt fo Unl.vortity ESTATES. Amoit now 'ordyco 374-1134. Wall plonntd living iris
c, IS: PEA DAY IS: Ovtriliod lot with loll Pltct. CHI PR _If. I Idttiiy locottd md Khooii. Immodltti I bodroom I ball, contrtlly httt.ttf Wo htvo Two nlctly furnlthod' t C Outliiy PMtorlii' ii work.mtniwp .
. playing room for chlldron blockl if tho Khool -hlIVJ occupancy. Si 00 down VA, lowdown and air eondltlontd nomo oItrgo BR loom In N.'. fo show you. FORDYCE "
ptvid ttrori city otwirt con buy DIRECT .OM.,.... 'UILDI" llrttrtl Inoutlful "' ...... lot payment FHA Hugh Id- 101 0 log tot. lull I Ikitchtn In Only" o tmall down oaymont Sold A would bt
50mm.. .. ntcttdl Matcllto M HIM cornml. Pleads ofHomn wardi, 374-7171. I g> community yw
f, .UIpwd.y awl BllhooKhool lull proporty ll In mcolltnt Inc. soils HI per month will buy S. ASSOCIATES INC. 'In
modal. Tho compllt. proud to llvt
dlitrlct, Orion .. .
Slot
by condition Priced undor 117000Cm Greco Fordyrt '
w SM PIP mg. ,. '1." ptr Say NE 12th Ttrrtct lIme till homo ill u " VI for dttolll and ..ppolnl.mon' Hit: ) N. W. OlIN Avtnuo. HughIdwtrdl ow down .ptymtnt Lit uiohow 9 ball homo with livIng UNIVERSITYREALTY Dick lanAi FroncM Hough put Ill Oltn Spring, ...
Ml ,., ma .. n.n pe, lay Inc.. 17.7911DUPLEX thl' lino propurty boo M room toporoto dining room I..... Seroh Oouldon ;;.'., Btnton ttrioctlon ... Hgn, gn Hft
dI JWNIR WANTS to CarrY "'. C.) fort ,:"OU.. Clll: Pit H417.; lIp room with llrtploct tttroctlv 0. C. Oay Dudley Oauldtn PIt 10546.'SCEYt .
M pe, mo. .. KM per ityKl :, linclng on thll moianry lit.... SW nun U of P. .built. In kitchtn. Control hoot.UNIVERSITY ,34W.Uolv. 3740034Everything
ktdroom, two bath $..... 'luitaround I B R 'loroo LR. Family Room -
PIT mo. .. n.u pir MyS71 .... torso from Plnlty J. IrIS Ouy SOC1 J.E\.If..Jrt_ CB Ill bitht. Llki ntwWilking ACRES. Ntw W..t. Ills N .Malls' St. Ph J7143J1MeCOY'S I
tubdlvllloil. of .. ... .: .. :...
,. Sills DOWN will buy thll ottraetlvi dlttonco to of P sIde rntrlcttd acm
I School. Hardwood strIp him lol. i. W. Dtvlt H. J. Wlltthlro" u '
ptr no. .. S2 8 tor gay onclottd .irogo, fully" ooulpptdkitchtn t ttdroom miionry dupm Mulllplo Lilting and Moll Ctnttr and now VA lois Povtd 'H'". Oulildo clIp Asool; i'.: MLasohllno. I"lnb is
It optional' comtr Itt will monthly ,Ineomo of 1171. Ho... ..clu.I... Clll for limit. thut NO CITY TAXI! ROO7, lop Mce.n" T. c:. 0035101." I
171 ptr mo. ,. 11.1. per 4oySM with llvtotk trial and pivt- CALL US FOR DETAILS.WO FREDARNOLD ippt. to no. toll Irony M M.00. Jr.

atIII par int. .. Jit per day TRANQUIL monl.'totting undtr .. ...1.. DOWN .....,, I bodroom Ito Lika frontogo. --JJr.: M.M.PARRISH NEW andTROUBJ.EFREE
ihidi trail on ..., on aero InKlrKwood boil spill h ll miwnry homo livmnlArmn,551Iathl .
Ml ,., mo. ,. KM par .., Oriclwl mtienry nil.dtnco kxitM in Hit NW Socllon-ONLY REALTOR (paw. and comfort on on. ..era.Excluika. .
tor .
U,2M. Call appl.INCOMS
control httt, four bodroomi > "
IN mt. .. UN iii... patht ,
per ptr dtyptr firtplaco NEAT I bodroom !houio on lorgt POUR BEDROOM MACOMA
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pirquot II. Shown by IP1300 "1.000 for 4 brdroom I bithhomt
will 'lindtcoptd lot "test 34 mllM ntw Ont icr. Duplex frame hoar
'"J ma .. nil ,., pobnlelot" ASSOCIATES INC.
pAy
diy from Oilnnvlllt., OWNIR WILL Htrdwoool lloori ftllght. now P 0. Immed. occupancy.II .
00 DOWN > and itlltn will PINANCII lul SlId,,., Ida, ..,pool. Sltuit 1,500. H. W... Hill Htln Orohtm HOMES INC. in brand home.
I10S ,., ins an ptr diy pay PHA doting' COIN on llltitr ot OS on ipxloui woodto'PLORIDA SIlo Call ui for Builnnt' Opoortunllltl. Ctrolyn Pogtty Ala PorrliIt a new
IIIi Stroll two ........... 110m. 0011 ,5 HOME Oh) LAKE 4 btdroom nsd p.vsd lIned In hlgIly no.sOnleOnd NE Plrtt it. T.I. OT-M7
locittd In NW and Ill othtr II. Oil' ball, conltmporiMl biono. oil lubdinISloll 1 In IOU IN. mmtmmmma m Biimmm m THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly
CALL 378-1411 You havo cholci of comtructlon |Ash oultldt ClIp IImIls-I. W..I ..... MARYMOELLER New Brick Hornet Move Now Before
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block "'.m. Now .,... andnfrlgtritor CUCED TO 131,00
," In ont houia.Fumlturo PARKpicloul inSttphin calonlil, oultldo.
TO PLACE YOUR cin bo .purchaid LAbs I slory 4b.diocm moon. Inoe.il.mlt $ S bMroom, S bait homo Ihlt homo It tlllod with con.vonltncn .
In both at o vtry niionabii II SocIlomn, OWN!! on hilt acm woodtd lot 10.,.. Feat.rI4oigImto how the HolidaysALL
araclout conttm.portry
SUN RENTAL flow,.. Youcan'lewrow. p4ur r IILLI MAKI III AN 0' wood lloori, ctntril, h.n'.. ...... REALTOR living; Nell,. tho well ,
tor 112 W .(ltd Plorldl room wood burn
month totalptymonti
ptr ..... o p .1.10.I work trtt with
WANT ADSlSIleveief.rleI. Put thom in Ing ftroplaco In living room A I k 4 .111.1. kltctvtn
your II.,. lIPS room ;in prtillot' loctllon, Ill. W. Univ. Ave PR 44471 _Ipmon'. con httt, VA nodown laundry, hltchan, sod .ptntryitorogo
John Merrill Prlco K7.MC. Mtmbtr Multiplt lilting ..,monl. PeA Irom I70g htndy to tht otrvlct ontrtnco. CITY SERVICES
J.w.KIRKPATRICK. Auocliln __ doling, cwt*. TIers aro thro bod
COMPORT ECONOMY .. W. Moillar Pttttr KnltrChirllg raomt with outittndlng clowt'
'. .. Realtor mmiculltt S bodroom horn. In tcollont .. Mtyo Sharon OraotHtlM CapItal lulldon. Ing.NW locllltlM plus' two lull tllod FERN WOOD MANOR
R tutor I iVultlpio' Lilting Normtiit Ioc....... K50 BtlyiatPANILtO ink Plot elmS ItrootOPIH balls and topartto dmtlngtrta
WILL ACCEPT ANY REASONABLE] II 0. Miln, SI ,-. PR 11404 '''''n. PR .119. down to qualified. PUS buyor otSM FLA. ROOM S .,". t MOUli DAILY In tho mtitir tultt it
ofl.,. .living town Chrlilmat. ASSOCIATIIlFlovt AlHClttttlMiretlla. 000 po' menl 7nIudlor I.... boll homo by owntr. Air condo Call 171.gm or 17..11"Geln.tvlllc' hot g formal living room with
IrfO 0 I'*, '1.. rm, bullMiwut. irS I MitMitm trans Bunn.llCtpt. Pirdl and InlUllnC" II.", .. ,,trlpru.10V1 Cirport, fmctd yard I40t -* I t .Mptroro dining room pius 12,250 up
whit. I....... loan, ... tt IJIG A. W. _.. USN .... W. H. Biicktiinnin dl.lnwasli.r. dlopooal lId A-c llth Ttr 37172 ttmlly room with d flropioc
: II 14th Av or cull PRti". L..,. KlrtcltM Bon Orltlln _Optn_ _All! Day Saturday unll InCludtel. Price 111,000. sod bttutltul cherry. nontllng.Tho .
iigw.it and moot "Lthtpo of OIl houMwltn
I' I MONTHLYand It* atttcntd two car gortgo $400 DOWN FHA
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1400 down to oviilllod PHA 'Ii lusurraui oportmont buildmf
I old roar polio will NOTHING DOWN VA
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Why rant wnm you cm
S own tIllS oxtro claon, S room LAKESHORE mono .tllghtful plied to COlt
. $100 doling
homo with NodS yird, g n llvo.4MI
block loom tchool. bus DM' S1531 NW 17th PI.Th .
Il' r/ tar tppolntmtnt. TOWERSOW
$7515
Charming
FROM PER MONTH
This Week'sI ARNOLD LEASING RANCHO GRANDE

RIALTY Lining COMPANYMultIplo MtmBor 1 ............. I balls 515*. WALK TO SCHOOLS
l'f lilt W Univ. A... 3tltt Smelly mono. 1141101 ..... ....
Anoclittit Jtnt Ctldwtll Ills room, am po,..., floor.drapto .
f I Jim Ihop"'d 5,5 kaIlmas lncIu..... UO.OOt 10% 4 BR, Brick Front Colonials. Now finishing.
". W. Hodoi Jimmy Onono Down. I
p Wiltir Stoddird 1120 NW 17th PI Price, $15,825, $625 Down

you CAN SAVI sim m lIla
1 BR, S bith loINs Ctntril' Sisal. PLANNING TO BUILD"
::4 II built In kitchtn, cirnort srI
p itor_ .,... CHI 17WJJI. Let us glv. you an tl- DIRECTIONS: Drive West on 16th A,.. Turn

,11.f mat on contracting your Lift on 38th St. or 39th Terrace.

. new euttom ham

ccp .II MODELSNow CallGraldorV.Q.McCoy Day FR 6-1290 Butler BrothersBUILDERS

: I Nil.. FR 6-501J Of
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6-6502
I Open !
OffIce Loctttd ot DAILY I72-954S NIGHT "'.'041
N. Mlln Strott and Dr, Blvd

III Northwest I .UXURY: FEATURES INCLUDE]

a Jwimminf root C Hitrntlon Room

Acroj .1 Pltnll GroundiCintr e Canrrol 14.45 S
: Estates l Air Can*. C laundry *. illtlogGarbog.
I I C Storafo lackin C Dro. Chut i ;

AyIcNd Cmt.ni built Komti r*> P.Y.4 forkini Artol> 3 tlov.tort C Light..1 Sid.w.lksd MOVE IN BEFORE JAH. iiJ



'! l.utIfuHy .o.... .lot* PHONE 376-4456 rt Be Eligible; far Homestead Exemption

All City c..v..1...... FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

If N. ......_." t 24 Hour .rvlc.t ; We'll Pay Your Moving
Ivi.e I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY !

_miwott Bititot h cnwtt 2JO< S.W. IbIs ST. U.S. HWY. 441 (Within 100 Mile Radius of Gainesville I ) Ii I

II Sine, Mean on mo lash i4
Hot. of N W Nil Stroit (j
two banks ....... of N.W. Itth Butler Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE 3 fir 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences.
Ambon ,
Ii -1 G.E. Built-ins. Terms To Suit Your Budget. I

ifA WALTER STUBBSInc.


,II. HUGH EDWARDS, INC. 376-7971


11 Phone J7 .5J94 THESE HOME VALUES .c N.E. 15th STREET and 28th AVI.

... -( % 4 "W. trod. houses" BEFORE YOU BUYSAV1I

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A LINESj A WONDERFUL
(p CHRISTMAS PRESENTFor

I" KttltfJJtvtltpmttt BUY YOUR NEW HOME

DAYS :TWt tpeclel good enbove Ct.II1HW BEFORE DECEMBER 31 the Entire Family-A N.w Home By

IMimiT AND SAVE YOUR
2.00
$ Item end h open HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Beautiful new I BR., KIRKPATRICK and PIERSONFULL
---.5 SNOW BT ADVAMCSJAPMINTMINT
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2 bath home. 3815 -
OMITOt
Ibis lInIng ow AllY fer
t* non commercial advertise N.W. 8th e.-More I. Un... Avo.Inttto .
.72 Tw.: 15th Wo. L.... smehonoalis' "-m.. fer
: for less money them a ":lowol fomnflv. 00. 1barn.
( Club
Country litlMt '
I I ever before. 4 BR, r* km*, no), pia.r .. -..sam 514900'. 110645. 51,641": % OsohOy- SIZE 3 BEDROOM HOMES READYTO
,, only. Each week ,05. and sodibosal aetow.t.iwb001 .
ocnwwdl porch, B*,
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.1 Newly decorated tad. mtiim._Vary oioy OKhnivootctlon. lit. kitthm t* korhi oown cam. OCCUPY with QUALITY K&P FEATURES
.., Cotta* on Santa Fell I 700t a*. lAd lit* **** Ill, Tf'JT**-T *"

I e new want ad specie! 500 Down-Air Con. par n, .rnwln.. Wtll orrongo.oltnna .IonmtoSIiy ball SI SllliaOClOwlldsrtI5lsIll far IIIce rsonnki. Built.ln Tappan Kitchens Priced from

3 ,. ditioned. I ........1 loose mld Sivoclmoot Itr

$ I 1100 N.W. Iltk H.I loiloSol pmly 1.0prooNlaissy Central
Natural
1W U IW-'o'I Coo Heat
w : ; .. will be offered, watch far Two large commercial -B*0.04115., t bant, HW am, PK ___0_ omechawy_ _5,10. $7934

,,, : : I I lots. N.W. 13th Sf. I 7I514.W.ISohSs. -4 Central Conditioning (Optional)

and 33rd A,... 3 SI i Sool, 5.0 .l.. tll' Norwood
FHA Include
: ::1' I it. Want Ad Special mIllS Exclusive
:, Swim Club Taxes tr Int.
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JACK DE YOT I 'i' :.t'\ : .,; -HIPC

!, Phone 378.1411. Rtfjitror.4 lrkwAtOMMfOI i \ ) A i Trade Homes

Z ,\ or Pro erty
J I., lltlg ChrIs Sesame SINS ALL GUI KOWIS All HIGHLAND COURT MANOR
S InMWtt KolUwovPkw.IT2.2SI 50"m 011 04t you to en.JOt .
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N.W. Iltk St. omlatio)0 W Corojiivlllo .. OHM IB. m PC...NO* Soles Office-Nf2Jd $IYJ. & tlth. Terr,-.3723471IS .


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,RAMII HOUM cu.upI.t.fjI.d. iTX3h at, loon and Yi4'15001104o. .... 31tVb1COIATED APT" ,gOo LIClillOt' Silt" SING, SPICIAL CHH'UMA' 5AYi1lG5
.' i 'RI. LR. Oft kl' ond call 0"IJ ells.. 755N. : .0405 540015 aOl 5050.4 SIlls. IIM W. un-.Ity Aol PlOd CloooOttlco Now lot* 4 choir It 05. *>,littermrerkon 00 Iii 515103004150 1.014 lIsa 'OKO '
"'''' 000101 II. com.r ,I... 1m.1I ".M. ::. bought In I 3. chlioron _...ad. Cill No* leoc. Air cond, oiovotvr ...s, Uwd .1tC. otovel "" ,ru....,. sod I000IIcSs.DERDA ..0-. SIIadsnl th,... Rum omd, :
oIl .aymanI.. ,5t I. Z3r1 II. .... .. y45ro0 of 47MPI.: ort..lrvof parking Janitor 105.50 up. circuiting' heatoro III, MUSIC Co.m It*' Call PN" HW or F" 01707 : .
s.rslso .00115011.' CII' PS 4.4455SI hISS DeJIverf.WILLIAMS N. ,
IlL 101" nt71L :
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Ph.NORTHWIIT sons mar Un''.. A Mod.t.. EFFICIENCY ARTS.Mlctnoey IIR/ICI CINTI
PS 1.ult.Old :
'ARGAI OAINUVILLI Iocallass ,nn.n'sj "'", "un'ty.' ow MO. Hawthorne .... 17t- 17.REMINOTON PIANOW.IlIng'OII ... CHIVV lOt ....... 1m.." IS
0iv' .1.001 4n olr condltlonod' olllco sears $50.54 insbolmlsslos. 1411.1
lad I4tt ,
upright 4Kt
.OVIir 04K 1.s. bull patio, COROYCI A ASSOCIATII INC. oMhongo. far rant, Soo ot Illl N. Main electric typewriterHt t7K 0011 PS 4 ".. ....11.., nndl.lion. .
Good Clod H
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ThllI Ii iW"i.iA
RIALTOR II. Coll Untvonlty, loolty. 313. Manual Underwood M Cell17I47M | ownor. Cell PR I-ItM in
bedroom I both taint .,.. W4 W Univ. lfrl)4 Alr-condltlonod.' baths tar,.*. ..m belor 4 ,.Moo week LOSS Out ItM moon SpOof" 1'\0 or 4 PM.
hoi Urge Fl.. room and li par.Molly n fioon modon nimltvro. Onu deyo.MCCULLOCH. .... Choko II Italili' 5leso... -
ir-coMltlomd.' only r*. WOODED I mmutot from unlvonlty ill 54 Djiinoti ItonroUFOR Walnut or Mahogany.lllllon'IMulIC. 'll CHIV. Impolo' hard 5115.
lilirellaftIl .10 5430 loIn, 'd lauHi. No ctiiMron' or ,.,.. *Nmo CHAIN SAWS' new IW* Mull awl. going' Into .....
II' ..... Dop by 09 c.lI. 40, 1)4 ..... tor oumptuon" Call 170-7411 doyl J/o-HM ... uud, Myen Fewer Toaii' III t I. Flrol ttr.ol tea lacrlllco.' Phono FR *
H. W. ::10'10 OlIOL 371.4141. Country living ITOKI 4 WARIHOUSIOMCO. M Nl lath Avo loot,
ovonlnoo.ITUDINTtl
Unlouo orchllKt- dnlgnoo] can John -.,, 101....... t.o Myen tor waft r Tools
|Y OWNIR I IR. corport 100' Con,,,,,....... lo.mo '". ond oHIcwK .II-ON. HammondOrgans II FORD VItolton W_,
X to,'. ihooV tot. Roor toncod. Coll Mn C.II" Nel elm ovolloblo for noxt trlm, .. ,. ILIC. *>e* IrvIn 13$. .*. *oe* toon.d with, ..,.... in oicaioondltlan. "'",
FOR 10455 10.11$ .
Near ochooit k Hwpping, Mitimonthly. Vlilt ... Phono 17MOII ..... t P..Moo 04.1.. ,,: Its fryer 171. otnvo 4 grill *. own Illlt pnon* OM-IIM,

Smelt equity N,W. Gladys Smith' Rooltor only for moro _.......$. IM knIdlog per me W. Coll Herman PrIn.Hoy.no ISO R. C. Alton caeh*regltier at drawer 131.dlrwlt Mkonooy__ PlO,
let Che
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mil tt. : : tl" W Unlvonlty' ... I ROOMS Ill.. rma ..,. kit, both *. FR ...., ., .. P. MIlolU' Hi d* It., Mill chilli taw IU. NO DOWN PAVMINT PlNANC.
NEAT I IR Cl II .M N* :MID tumMwd opt. goo Opal Room* PR 0.7531.SIAOO Firewood, 50 12. 47M1II.lARRil "THESIANDARDOFCOVPARISON"I IO till list Chevy 4-ootr, j
piece. Rollnllhed' I'IK. ring* 4rotrioorator PECAN GROVEIOU" .Mo rod, odultl only no pot*. UH. 'Individual! ownor. Call
lumlthad' NO CASH of'parking! orltore with .type doll. ckttheo Monyoriginal The ond onty Homrnond Ortm FR, 0-olM ovonlmo 4 yMOkonn,
4i' NI OlIn It.Immediate sb*
down tot mo Call 37Q.J4H: 10 \ froo0 piloOy lot NW IllS ....... Prkod lewr than :! oolathan FR, 100)1 _.....
oil fortlio ecrsCOtnbOl.51. CLIAN. COPIVItIIINY NICE LOC. Ave |iu por iv... Phono FR, IP3 nmmerclal. AM. LUll UlterItyei. :r.l": 1.05 BILL BARKLEY says :
I. hlilorle" Mlconopy, I BR, IUI CHIVV ITATION WAGON,
HOMI houio (lpslaIfl' Oil .6000.. las ms, ITmil.NIW *al novor nqulroi
I I, Cent Mock Ig lot 1M v ,II AoL from Solnoivlllo Is'! argon rum good 5041.. Hrator, oooaHrai.
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occupancy.4mm7 MAIL woronouw Ian ... IICTCll Never keenridden. loans TOol Mommond U>o oto "SEE US BEFORE -
tt" PR HIlt.
MOV' C.t.Iorag... em dnpayment Cell Mr.. ll.adloam tno prororonco of Churchoa, SIlL Phono )
UAN BYRD Horn, llhte, book clip.IU .
tal.. Hi per ma. FR I. 3150343Oiedn Call 171-4411 sIll r 4 'M. ac_. loops and lbs ,...* IMI AUSTiN HIALIV IPO.nl.nM :
lass Smith, IINllor 4( Unlum-ine1 ApH 17W.1211t ........ Proa Mwno tIP Irs boginnor mlloaoo, wholowlo' Mel bo YOU BUY. 1&
,1 blOt C,. l.cllent., COMI.Don ,. $021 W. Unl.ty, A.... WOOD 0. 11,0 1555450 4itar, .... Writ, or pnowt iron it jut IW Itlh II, Phono .
3CR. lulfl' In fIll 4 loon, EXCLUSIVE IPACIOUi i IK duplex' kltuionequipped I 5t> I...;$... O.u"..... gut,,,,,_ lanoool P0lo. ,. MHO, 5
BUY Tartler
NO CASK a00005. Fey I lilt' rail o) cm Mock loom vegetable 4141_N WJOth SI.. .. plow,, p'ti'l'ifU.IV .. Ernie Rep. OR WE BOTH f

liS por. ..... 040051 14 An.. 171. farm. mar Alochua...lama ofrlcheit pt'. 115 010. ." PS 601.7..... .Ito "TP1DIAIUlNC0M1"PARlOR .._... t) ...'* lladu *l Aton Music Co. 16-'...,... > Sportt e...
:lOtS nil I 59 IN 3.10 A..II. II doubt Mock. HIM cemowe .e). "
hove *vor lean. MONEY !
inn down will Handle mil 1 IR, living room, kit _'..... FULL TINS Mit v.."'". dlt HW SIll Avn.ULTIMA 50' OW. I Ava. P31v. 0114010GeInpacIlIp. LOSE ;
t IR, I bottl CCI hauio on lorI one firs lo 0 ground floor opportunity p11. .un IILL "I ItillilsIl 0040W I
JOf lot Ml equity and a.. Iwluilv II."... Phono atKM. liS.... mo lOt NW llttl Ill Or.?. tar I SOlar or 00005,1 Ie 50605 harmg" alt IN per centproKrlpllon .ood Osmodilloso. 3100. CeO $0 1\0 SAVINGSI
gums payment* of tza per mo.Mey Coll Modi.ry4r.ln.PR I mINim wrvlng .....11 4 modlumpiocM midI n* cord SPINET ORGANRopoHMOid Mncod'Coll FR t..mo.T"'UM.N .

be NSA ot U3 NW 41111j 4. E. SAPP REALTOR of bviinm, wm, g builloIn M betlerlet I* replace SnaIl Ol semI It,"" ,.... .
IHI I
47 H.. .. hr .... F.... ring ind full Ol per.tonal TR1. 0015.l .
>vo. FInn 37P'7. attar t PM, NIW8IRRY. FLA.APPROXIMATILV domand 4 who con tomeS a wedding. Oalneivlllo "...,.. Aid" Mamma boianroiRIIHiy KOllanl' _".... 10 Ot 5114 UP TO
Utdl motorlalb .
tor 4 Hvvontory
II Mrsa.ljOo' I. N 4100 DatOlliP. NW lim A... ITtOtliI .
Iitet bch.. I IRI HOUIiLtc. In U kuilnni Slit con Mn Co. PR o-totl.
17 Roil .. MUIICCO.
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"m paved highway" HI. Va ml.from 7
.. .".. on Archor Rd. Porlocl ,largo 01 you oro, onto tornako STOPs olnaivllli. Ihniwng CantrrAutomotivt 0I 010IAUL? DAUPHINS 4.doon, $400

WILL' TRADI down johnion and ....11"......USMl""v pay UN* for ..... who POlIO privacy.J701H7 It, Contact. P. 0. Ion .04. Spend that Chrlaimao menoy on *n I" tod5 .ssd 110100 4'lt.NW.ary lUlls_LonoKARMANNCHIA_. .bI.. C. _
laroKta Plo.cltrvo
PLUI HOMI I 11Kro USUPI own
QUALITY on rolls Call 0._ ol FR Hat.: appliance tor HIS Walhar
M ixclullv Migliborll sod. P4AWTHOIIII RO I IR 110051tsrll. WONDU'UL boslon. l00000llnllyp ....... Ill Ill Dryer., 14) 1964

Many ChrIs*. Owner Inloreitrd 'In oultoolo tor cooplo or 1 por.only. 500115 II !1.104 willI 10 SsOIbibll, up. Ixperl opollinc' repair. AI AC RAN, baltl, rocllnlng' wit, 62 61
exchanging for ocreigei" with a 41 Colored1 Property 1411 151 BOP ..... Phono FR .. -." HANDYMAN sloop FR O-ellt PR t-MM SIlO I and woakoiKn.IMI Chivy Mercury
livable homo. Consult ul tar detain. t'<7',. gravo ;..0jir.ii; ; oCAiqSI. loiAIr, t los lodon W.1101 4455.. .IP 1115.
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Alochue Realty AiMclnn.' MOMII FOR IAI I court loc.'.... All tor loInS salt' Go OIIHWA'HI. ALFA ROMIO I...'. Mult f power otoorlng, 1 cvllutnmltlo .. dltionlno power Iteortng
172.2.4l, trill. Smith! Rulti lISbed000ms.SEOlblISt. i 41 Houio. Ill .on' UsI,,.. Would c....,.... right kind' oftraaa. 05504110' 5101.I.' bId 535.Ito. T< Altplin Solei-ltintill Mil now HIM Clll lo Cook ItPI tronimliilon' powor ......., automatl.IrMMiloilon. .

tIll Ave. Imoll down povmorn lolling'' duo % 11I_. ofI .. JPI"'II.IINaU. .. Kappa A''.... radio h....., reel Ills ., '
19 Out .f Tow Property monmly poymonli Ill I* let 3bt, I bilhb ...,. bat, built!In.kltcnon I ownor. MARKHAM't Mclntoih FLY '- or bualo to bib at low III.. 'SIll' VOIKIWA'OIN: -NOW Urn.radl cor.

Aol _.. built on your MI coroort ond llorogooroo Plo.VIRV, round baa4 lottrklporiamo. l "It p5551041..sop.o... hou", -11010 as C.., *. Ixcoiianl _"'.... KOI. $1295
FRAMI 00045 J 0004105 .. ourti, 51111 Al 4000)5 ........1. 1WPR for ront UN PIP mo.PBoflO owlppad M I* Ill. 5416710 III Call 17-1331 SIlO. .. CHI Ill 1m slIer I woakdayH $1595
on I ..... fmced land. Rooion.oblo. ...,.. PR Ht4. IUCCI11FUL IINCIAIRotollon nwwgrom, --- many otn.or Sat. nd.' }
N. CoolS City. _!027. I.e'sI I I.. II.. ....... dloloS' rSlm.blooMs. dalhoip 60111_. Call PR 60 '1. .. Sal c..... ...... Lit
I em Intoreiiid'ln'buying tovoiM Olatud In beck ...... $717.ONE. l MoctIM C. Pl.aml 17. TRUCKS FOR SALI 17 A.tmktl.. W.n'.*
I Bedrooms end ino bath. beoutllul loll ol Hi* right pile*. Ccli377.i5n 57$ BOP ..... II.. NW 22nd Aol 4204, 64 Buick
tot Mf > :*KT. nlc neighborhood. Call' Dc" .2f-17t1. 64 Olds
P1,115
000114
50
... Cusswafa ItotlM wagon, d dI.e.
In Sprlngi, Snail.Ibis. OF GAINESVILLE'STOP I AUTOMATIC wainlng "' 'Amlo.nanloldlSSsl 50 POND ".101 T.uCK ..
High flnonclng 1 Ciwnoololl. At 14solsl II'S. llsrdl.l,
I I*. I BATH I 0. Gold rsooI. 100.010040llo 05'.I- -
$7100. 110 per 000.011PALPI MOOS 'NN. SHAOV. FINCIO YARD vontod wall nootor kg II.'...., 'oio) II lOll It bucket ..... ........ los.liu4llil I
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CCI belts.limo. ITU $ 312.19H
105017 RlOllo, I $1400040. 001 PH $1. .
II W. FIVE
UnIn' A., 3'61159 low lIo..n ,.......,. Loco.. 1124 Nl SIll It.HI wilt, ..........tll. 121. "none WANTED .IP 107411150505. $3795
III H I. nth T_. mt2OIM"'V .11I. II Metorcycloo ft Sctn

40 lu.i.... Properties MCCOY lIlds10 "Oh"1 NsmsO lor ...... IIpdl3i lervlce Itotlcni AvillitH .oo. Ml WAN 10 buy .lot* model ueMrelrloerelm. Clean s.d con Call $3895
Coy 171.10,1 "''' ,Ir... xteoiloneiry Nigfl FR 2-7128
01,101311.0010" I ASSOCIATlS INC. trOM .1_ LIKE NEW HONDA 305 Bob Adorn. .......- ,
AVERAGING'
PRIMEINVESTMENT SIALTOR WILSON EXCHANGE ,.... u. P4701005 117.11 dli.. 61 Chevy 1

41-1 COLORED RENTALS W. Univ.I homoTconhoot 304.0126: 900 Gallons Ill 11. lit Itrool Phono FR 44IU1IO I H" 4nyI GAINESVILLEAUTO I 63 Olds .*oor ........ It. V t, *I
l rt be..... CCI ";
low ",Ie. on swill NOW RENTING HU par ..... 4004 NW 11.1 VACUUM.. 545Kinbyo CLIANIIIP. 14 AUTOMOIILI MFAI: SALES "IT* 4 daw h.."' ... II"? $1195
D per lay with no credit "on _.. 50ndilMIol.
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located lam Street 1* dwp.s Sllolvs 11101,410
., CM-Omo wtro moaora 1, Phono Vm ,
of.- N. Modical oportmontt. .... living Slid aolnaivllle nlcett residential. .lIng..1I 00 h. w, I
Center UnlvortllyColl lining, SOil, modorn ultction wim, I IK, I both, kllchon' $0111. S.Solo. ..... Wrlto Ion "'A. Oolneivllll 10 WASDIN, 17Q.1SU In our motor tuno-up dapfMAWIIPOWIRI FR 2flllr4orthc $2795
Ann HinienmtJit ton lorg otorooo clooom lor'. Ao', Pltlnl IIHNfrl. ills. MOTOR C9.H4 .ntral Floeldelhsdipsnd.op 60
Borgward
lu* 4 w* will Clll YOU
10 ftooro tno. ........ opocoi 04141 4 "./ N. Main M I
Gladys Smith' Rtaltor or inC hot SilO beaN, focHI SINGERSLANT0MATIC 1OJJ .. I ooor, era owner roil .
122. W Unlvonlty' Avo.POTENTIAL. Ills for oM I IK I both CC nomo.. .omlly D.tll nice <*.. 1
_. till I ,
75 pond,. "SIll ,.::3l: Mitt p.room? ....noor. P1.5.01 imiowood P5, 4nd41 SOs C1 W.nf.-> Buy $ 15 Au,*", *.il.. 015 Sal. I 62 Rambler $595

or or OT 511$. itan .t :lot HW 16lh I.. A .rol. t "'.. ..... dno every I w_. tdnor. ..Iu... I
lullnoil) 4 Homo bath tmlumlihod COINS WANIIO mint with' ml Mr. Mokeotonnoioi 503 lllt HILLMAN MIX I good madiorleal air' coMltianad, mo 0155.
4 ledroemi I Salts THRU bodroom I All U .. one faroign" tllvorOollori oowi on 1Iu_ blindhomt condition, R 4 H, llwrlnwhaol BARKEYMOTORS I
Corner lot 44 Cottotot for Rout lilt .por ARNOk-0 month. Immodlotooccuponcy. RIAL TV proof ten lId INS etc Ply toi' tt IIM *r ihllt' d dr. Mdan, pootlroa $1595
N W dot ItreetWSOOOOt hall dollar lone u* ..v. II 17 **r m*. bait oIls, FR 0tJOtItM 55014.

I ROOM sod both t4t pay ..... CO. 37tmt.tIR min ITAMP t COIN IMOPIM Dwtt cAll wrtH Jimmy Croby -- H. ." :iTIm.-u: I t door. radio.. naalor, ...
1725111Glorfvt pint .1I1It.... W. Unlverllty A.... .... Del. ..'....vlI.*. 00 Whllo with Mack In,,,.... VI iktmofloar 1..11.1 rranwnllllon ?

Smith Realtor _Phnn 468-MOB_ I lath I7t,0l In country IHio paw Foul III'l4.14s.Pl5'15$3 I sloo.l0 $
1525w. Unlvonlty Avo. M ...1110 wall corpollng N.I.'p"MolTcomfortobio <2 Meckinory fr Tool P05 ". lob will don 50111015" "IN THI AUTO OAMI- 63 Chrysler /
wilS Ilut LlisOoi, IARKLIVS THI NAME I $.345
GOOD BUY 45 Fufnlikoo1 A" .. now downtown c.n SonI .Camels..."iC ohonpooof '1. Me- ItVJ IMPALA V4 Hand milt ftl ..X*. 1 hordtoe.
2201 N. Main St.
UOOt AIM' IllS II Comma VI ilarx. I loodod.
Ooirmvlllo GIAVliLY "K"? arrolooy Ins0.o
DanISh' Pgmlturo Co.. Oalnolvlll .
1O' I 150' 500.4 S.D Won.darrut ... milt Corvollo motor, salt Jai.. FR 2-4171
I NICI furnlonod' opt.. tint lloor) MARY MOELLER. REALTOR b pio *.cellon' 50014.1 Cantor 1 Vlwlon
....... fir .... 7'c'rafl thopplng ., I
4M-I01I
a good ".,_"., otctlon. con..... UJ mM v Radial _. ry Holllnjiwonh of $2895
1000010. 04000 .ood bma.l.mono hnt I* itorn sOd boo llnot, ..It... lOll W. Unly. A.... .11 4.1177 w cabinat ._..... ottoch.IK 004111105 $311113411547Cl'ala. 1001.

for Noiin,0l' peoparly 527Univ. In ...Ikl.. dlllonco Of Iquoro.Cwpioo i p4IIAMPTOI4PIa. I bedr.lnls. '" a..... condi lilt 4IJo Sow II Nt 5000511 ,..l POlO RANCH WAOUN,' A I _ 57 ClsevroletI
A... II I.'...'.... call only, no polo t M opu. .loin room. kllc__. "'h. _1140_l"'r_t Ie P M. ... is M por meAls.. awod,. 05110 ....... 5 1 H. IDOl AS 11110. 11-
Ne.-He. l.J7.5J111: : US .... ..... I '*, Ml BOP mc.P11 hot ...... Swill.. III p1. 0l0.muIr. Pow oillmotoa, Hctiup and oitvory "it. COI' 55009 IJ30I 11105. III n "...... VI. <
*. 4.1611.MALI M. L. w.'o Namp 14 Houoonolol ..4i OMVKO Ail work ouaron.toad Minor tlioi. Coll. ,71-...,. 63 Chevy II| /
42 F..".. AcroofO PMn Hum.od
lOll. hIS $695
ROOMMATE bIaS CHIV. II C.... Ml ontliMpaaltrocllon X N.... aHoar ...... out*. '
t0O aur.l11flibidhom. Fo. losS }, '. AUTOMATIC WAtHIR a.. NOW YOU c.o'::: :. 114105 PAIGL, slINGAS. ,. ScioN oooli paw mail ".........,... radio
50101.40.5100,00100 opt. 49 RMIOII .. Pul
collont _)II' Ml Nl III It .
Good past me 41,40.09 aolnonlll Ii 1371ioilor ."miiaiied'pRil'witn.. our t.P giM on noor, R 4 N, now rm and naitor
prl. lucy FR 633SIMOVIMO bar. 17,Ml actual mlloi a*

1M 5cr.. Alocr.ua Co. nr.Oolnaivlllo Cordon Aportmonti .. Rl veto FCU0Ny1'RcUlTibu.oo h_'. II' week, IM month in 0. .. all Silo, ..Inis"LA. 5 SAC$. ,50.545 balOt N comput, 0,5 ...:. Irodo Sold II....... Call, 17..... $1795 61 Chevy I
Ono Sod two bodroom turn.Oloctrw MilLER..Vi
totor .
t It PM.WILIVI
lulteble torluMlvldlng 10 .'. ,:1.-1' *
Archer
Men ..I.. 1017 N.. loll Av* Plow Propone "
Highway frontage.Potential blood lcd 0110roihIld' . .11 i1.UCK Impale tenor, h........ '
kltcnono hooting Fnono 170.1101FURNI1HIO SOS IIO&m1l1. ouipood tohunting BROWN J!. ,
basin.... DAlY ecr:: .. .1110105, loNsIlalIfI
Cell 17.1t4l lam loll' .
kitchenprlvllrgei. NI coal.,. M. ., t Oaf onOut
with .10. .
MARY MOELLER REALTOR olr conditioning owlmmlngfed ROOMI ...... .... .. nldIS i04
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lino end convenient < ..... Still IM NWtrd front canlnMo lOlL too 4222 55110.
ono block from K.Yongo Al los I mull Mil Cl rtfrlg.' opt I V tew 63 Chevy hooter /vL
Itlt W. Unly. A.... PR 4-MT1 ..tat.WIICOR 741 Nl Ulh. Avo onyllmo.now \ / ;
tchool. from not pormonth. t* town. Phono 170-M77. llto toad cond. IOC TV ontannoAnodllod A 11.171. ,. NW. 11th St.
.
CarMr 1544 CH.VROLI' ...,*.... ....,t. IntHlo tOoar kordlooj, /
131 ACM form "on Wway 71. light Moiorvo youro now WA.M. AND QUilT r,10nol111 I channel rocoollon I WAIlS 51000,1 01100. .lono.sl h00.IlISS F* -4IS2 $1595
mil! N. ot Loko City. Oood loll 6.10 loth Avonug ond 10thTirroro CLEAN In NW oacliOll tor yr .... III. FR t-7in waokdayi -. d.eL. 12. Tr.ad tlroi, I.e","' ,", cloorIHI .. oulomolll Irinimiuionpower '
I IdolS ,
t IC.. lotto, 10 lorIs In corn, 211.1054IPPICIII4CY nail sludamO ry. C_. Is 0040.' ::17. IllS ''" IN."I "'Ie_... 1441 III 'l's .11 Inr' ..... 0..,... ",''ng. pkrokeo.

H ocroo In timber, ..,.... hiMiluro Inoro both oil 014 coc.pf ..". HAVI UOVSD" PR, Un.. CALL ::1711017 a

glass. Prlc* till, oar XIIIIIKO oupollod ...." ,*'. downolIlnl c., Ill?. Com OM our ANd nimitur andAnllquoi nxmoral ,.... rocordarwth IMPAI A ...... Sport, t Miedpowor $2295 62 Renault
.. .. Tenant ......, tt $30: Latu .
poconIrooi. tltw wk. or MS ..... JHWlfor dOlwroo In our now .... ,.... P.O.vphaiitorod complotl AlotrooalllMOaoro. onotlng, brMel roM. ( {
P.00 110" ono
t eetllng mognolloo'M IWl Met.....plcturquo High "kttormollon ..... f MlUINISHfD noator.OUIy wltll tank ....te.. doll ooto ...... roood IN Coll onor a P M. F* hemr. Con Han" ot l/t ..,. 'T' dear ladon. $

lotid brood vlow everleaklna' Ixo. ""T. FOR IIOT I In. Alga .po_' ovollMlg Itlh.3H 01541 h o I I.lill 0 Madam.114 4 Walnut cSPtabosS china .."... Ooaroo Mart. 5?. P'CiiKi: ChryMer New York $895! i

111,001 down. Write Don Reeve* nr f : conditionod N I. led It. .._. Modorn Mahogany dIsh, ln,5I0Ssol.Pnoos. Air 63 Chrysler
Ownor, los in Whit* Iprlnoe, "':hr..A: utllllloo Io27COLORED -1M'ALLiOoM Mr working mon.Accoti CtniIIo.lI 40011100' % Md .00w SINGERAUTO cendlton: powor Mali, pgwawlndawl IM tMinrin
'10, or coll Tom Dovlo la:tut, minx). Phono ,. 1-10I3I or PP.win. to oiiowor lId rotrlg4t 04.04,414, 1'II...,,, IIw 101'. 1171 or will to! you AT -f t d w hardly
ZIGZAG .... "-,
cheaper M 4MMHMkonopy
l. City.I cue I
...
< NB_?nd Aol onPlJTUMtj NAWMPOWIRIMOTOR
... w"l A.... 1110010. PS 4.RIDOIUID .-- _ CO. $2895 THIS' ;
51 Mlod. ....... 4111 .... nle. No ottacMMMl no**> -If" PLYMOUTHutamtl ,
'IIDROOM.InM.Cr5004. od. Paraon wIlts good irodi laoo irtnintliilan, Ooed miditiM. lit M. AtAlP
at or pay bofc lift. PIlM I Id
IKAILER SPACE ", ',nor. hope 141000. to mo PontiocWEEK'S.
POR RINT _Ct.. bed bOlSr100bOS 5010.0n505. II .'.. WrIll JImmy C'.oI _171HM. _
no MONTHMowborry ... ........ 400111015? ..... .... 051 1-.11... I.. Opal JIIP win metal $.. I* |MIfM 56
Trollor Pork minis Ill 51 MnOa.ol.iI ...... 104005150111405. ,. Ill? Horttaej = SPECIAL I

.......,... "''I. fur. C., Ov"I. 05 SUPER IKONTA B PHONE'R Z.1754. IItuilq. 550? Oil I
(OMPIITIAVTOMOUK 550111. Ira.OSmllall'S.los. .
RMIor II IOVBO Irowning out*. I III gas,, PIll t>. W ran** nor cornor MomKii lam let IL Rood I radio. IwolOf.wnar .Sill 4
RENTALS 51-A Witrtd. Tt I yro. .... Kenmoro out*, diah. "".... and. caw, aow ondlHan" 1119. 1110 54100 1104 11055, wIll' RIPAIRtvolity 63; ,
... I .,.._ .....,. I Ill
5,150 50.4 vIny ""'. tit tone tor or nwKrcycK *n true
Sold Con
ii VISITINa Prol.ssay odd .oils 4. In *.collont' pond. Vary roan iiI' s.l..o-i---, ;PWIOOIO.Zig Phono ITt-llao.: I $495 Lincoln 1
"umio oo. or ou.. lor _, 17.- _ I lilt POItll
I "... tagiimlng .". ....-. PhonoDANTIO log and itiocivMnti, .roundMMa. "in ui MPOM YOU StYLUI4IOR I *HyWNRIISOUTHIP.H I
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES p. 1.5014 PUtNITUHi-Cfioln. *l.M oochi wwo hvwird and r*. $ IROI.Auto Continental.'
CMfM liMo Ul Choir, Illl, loft ,In. and. _.... M loieo I aoulpo'sdI
.
I bodroom fumlinodMrtmonf JoyWlS.. IJI, Nlllonrt 50100.MacbIll Fully ,
till Piaolicow Hi I., choir III i MWV 411 Norm I AUTO I 63 Mercury
or houoo far oil lId taMo, M DOM Ml Lamp ] C. I"", W. 0540. A.. 4141111 laloo I tonlelII
,I11IN poyW If tlo'l SlanlIn. .. ... .. 10_ s7Io'1U.7.t. H.7000 Mai M IU. tdnor. fwrdtop sIr
January I. I.... Location M I i 'OOWN ..ii <;1 ) H landllonln*
nod ..' ''...._. Wrltd von "r-A-0 AfPLIAHCUo .. I 1711171.m 3895
'' _. 5101' I. L..ylIut CIMIMI Royil I-1 K "' i
......".. 500. WarN sOlo 00 ..
40400. 0. toit ond Ouorantawlot IlIaC sIlos I r. PR HIII.'M $2895
PS
.Mrl orotoro film (It .. 5000100. c.U
WANT to rent ....... for M to tot
0 Raflgao from Ul upWaJVort 4 PM. _ .

cittw H'ytrt Hi PR WMtarn Hoot holt .. county. I Orvwl, from from HO lOt vo iMI- -40141101' "va Lioloa leaul'tuotv wIll I ...., Hoctro' t door hol .. .1
upt _
Paod-FrooTOrl from or* upt 041,1 p55 el ssalIIl'V_ hnt 55010,11 .... "''' 005 ".. 50710 f. I 64TR.4 63 Old.

52 I..,..? Wonfod"raomo Oiihwinorl from 040 MIt gilt onompooor 11.4 ... McOxmtlFurnl.Crrtor. ..y I4IH' WE'VEGOT Radi.* md. haolor Irk* .
TV' ton tram ul op tu.. C.. .1.11" 0105110f "". n" 1 aor hardtii, pom
.OOM A11$10A05 '-han; JIM VOVlft APPIKIKI' Cb.4tliNW MILTON MOTORS or -'lr*. IIlm145WaI000ISOII
Solid. snobs, horn 1551. tn. Avo.. m rial ._ $2795 ,- ....

>>*' iti7iri7I.; "' utili"wdovbiio ; ri"GaS conwio. muPJl oowingmachlnd .. 7H N MAIN .,. II.
II NX I.. '_. '.'*?. PI 47171 ,
?}T SW 2nd Pl/itg: ......_,. ond ..... ligna. ate, to) tt or ION $2495 '

a. urn.CLIAN _"' P400110 ,- 1965
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51 Offic. his.PIlIL"V"l3U5TM .
63 1'Ro4
II Hm.
UMd nfrlgarotan lorMia. -v _ _
oMIco' uoco alw ilovoi, t...,... 4 wow bLAZON-.*. i>e-) .... kandIIM sun, POOLE.CABUMOTORS I 1 101_ one bellS. 050 1

0 5 1_. lIsni 0,514 5110, $ 115111 .... 1M for ront. Upltolro wm I ololr.od on. ..'AI. won ON AUJUlAKIt. M carton M" MOVM ho..Mroialil FORDS _.
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FEC May [Jax School Boycott ContinuingJACKSONVILLE I I Association Gulf TAMPA (Ports AP-The has decided Gulf Map to Ports drafta a Committee.A Baltic Presidential. Transportation


Stall Work resolution opposing any legis- bill lifting regulation from
latlon which would end phases of Interstate com
regulation some
(APNe- plaints about deficiencies In Ne- that Duval County is, in effect, and 52 per cent In senior high multiple deficiencies attributed
in interstate and merce was defeated in committee
: export
4 'Jro pupils were asked to con- gro schools. continuing a dual system of education school, school officials said. mostly to a lack of financial commerce. by one vote In the last session
On ProjectsJACKSONVILLE Inue a "sit-out" from Duval The boycott will continue at for white and Negro pu Teacher attendance was normal support at the county level said James Amos, A new
Bounty public schools at least least through today Holmes pils.The school officials said. Shortages of textbooks, teachers The association, made up of Orleans port ofTlclaL
\ (APWork through today, leaving the fu-; said, but he could not look be- county is under a federal Ish Bryant, county superintendent I other personnel and equipment representatives of Gulf ports :
feels
from Brownsville, Tex., to Tam- The association the legislation
an it least 12 highway projects ure of the boycott uncertain. I yond thatHe court ordered stairstep integra- of schools, said a boycott -were cited.
met Monday to consider which Is favored by
I md the world1 largest building lilt[ remains as effective as Indicated Negro leaders tion program that has reached would not be accepted as an pa
what to do about legislation it the railroads would" result In
Tihe It Cape Kennedy may be stalled It began Monday, when nearly want school board members to only the first and second grade. excuse for absence. No decision
plywood fears will be offered during the "predatory, destructive
U the Florida East Coast Rail .3 per cent of the county's 32102 ,- sit down with them and discuss It has affected a comparatively has been made on a punishmenthe production next congressional session by ." competition
eogr. way carries out Its Intention of Negro pupils stayed out of I a program of needed improve'few of the 116,000 pupils In the said. in the United States In 1963 was
M hauling no more building aggre- :lasses, It will cost the county ments. county's public schools. The county has only nine truant estimated at about 10 billion
ates after Thursday midnight, mother $34,000 In state school But this Is only one of a list I Pearson said facilities of the officers. This poses a problem square feet Hardwood plywood
ed -fficlals said today. 'unds. 27 Negro schools are Inferior to to
investigating
of things which he said are emphasized numerous production was slightly more
w' The strike-plagued railroad an Each day one pupil Is absent by the "sit-out. those of white schools, a new absences. than 1.5 billion square feet One Of
ounced Monday an embargo on school about be FREE: .
reduces the state contribution to Others those to opened will
were among "Keeping children out of the
ock, sand, gravel and pulp- Gallon I :
Duval schools $210 not be high school as promisedand
vood. The FEC said It could not listed by Rutledge Pearson, schools will only magnify the WATER and ICE TEA
Negroes have
voice in
Wendell Holmes, funeral drector ) state and local president of National no r
bit bid qualified men to hire In : community decisions.On county's problems," said Thomas GLASSESfor With tack On* Yea. Ivy .
and spokesman for Association for the Advancement "
AI with a federal court Negro USI YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE .
ompllance
mryl\ leaders who declared the "sit of Colored People the opening day of the Bailey, state superintendentof Mot.li OP Rnt.ur.iit
R corking njunction conditions restoring preilrike 'out" demonstration, said he (NAACP), at a press conference 'sit-out"' Negro pupil absenteeism schools. SPENCECHIMICAL Mary Carter Paint Store

erjoti Meantime, U. S. Dlitrlct l thinks it achieved the purpose last Friday.At was 63 per cent In elemen- Recently, 13 Duval high. SUPPLY CO. Sol N.W. Irk Av.. G.n! ..vill., f''.. fR -75ll
Judge Bryan Simpson ruled In of calling attention to their com that time, Pearson charged tary, 45 per cent in junior high.schools lost accreditation for FR 2-2114 I
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M Jacksonville that the railroadwas
C, In civil contempt of his Oct.
I I!i > Injunction requiring the line
I to observe pre-strike labor con-
I 11\\\ tract provisions.A .
$81 spokesman for the National
VII Aeronautics and Space Administration -

said continued construction : h rJ.abi.'n.. ,; ..
161 i of the vast Saturn vertical : "'" .. "
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assembly building at the Cape ; .
Ce". Kennedy moonport would de- > "
pend on the size of stockpilesof
tel the embargoed material.In .
fyl Miami a spokesman for f

I wN: Maule Industries, contractor on Now Is The Time To
w' dozen central Florida road
a
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efI't much projects to, said haul It the would materials cost too to Now! You can own a Magnmcent Buy..Nopayment.

CI these sites by truck.
RIII Judge Simpson ordered the Due Until NextFebruary.
a FEC to file a written report In Magn C C.. Stereo hi-fi i instrument

D seven compliance days of Its with progress the toward In- I On Our


Inrt alhi ,remaining junction He turned, with noncompliance.down reasons a demand for any by f for little I I $78.80 Special Christmas

the Brotherhood of Railroad as as on y DudgetPlan:
,..roI Trainmen (BRT) that the railroad .
be fined 4.4 million for ignoring .
the court's order.
Railroad attorneys reported
Informally earlier that the In-
f. junction was being complied I'
f.D' with, but the union complained
that the FEC was not posting
crew: boards, seniority rosters
and extra boards as the contract

i requires.The .
railroad has been operat
::1 ing freight trains only since the (f
strike of 11 non-operating unions
-longest rail strike In U. S. his-
.N tory-went Into effect Jan. 23,

IR 1063.Federal court also Issued Injunctions f } MACNAYOX STEREO
:IP HIGHFIDELITYDELUXE
requiring the restore-
t lion of pre-itrlke contract provisions PORTABLE
to the non-operating I PHONOGRAPHAll
1 worker The line has been operating
precision eompontnti In a single
c.Ii with supervisory personnel ocouitlcal cabinet Two S"' oval ptak-
trt protct| sound bllot.rolly. Loudness,
81tI The railroad said It lacks personnel ton., and itirco balance ContraiL Silver
to Scot Warranty -. 90 day service, a
on
carry complete full yea on all parts and tubt ModelSC23S. )
J freight operations under pre- . .. . to. ....71.SO
\ strike conditions.
.
1\ The Injunctions are being appealed -
; Y't to the Fifth Circuit Court

4 P.a I ,E of Appeals at New Orleans. This
court has been asked by the railroad -
motion to delay the effective -
11a date until the appeals art
t heard.

w .According to a railroad source
a the embargo would halt one-
2 \ third of the freight the FEC Is

'II. hauling with supervisory personnel .
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