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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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December 1, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Late Cold Snap Arrives '

"- ; December and Old Man Win- first In this area *- was overdue of moisture in the air kept a Heating oil concerns reported

? .. i ter both made the scene locally about two weeks, according general frost from settling, according most of them were
today one on schedule to( University of Florida to Gerald Davis of the "swamped" with orders last
and the other two weeks late Climatolojlst Keith Butson. He state frost warning service. night when the mercury beganto

-and mode sweaters, long said the Initial chilly weather Davis said Increasing moisture dip and that despite "auto
underwear antl-fraeie and red usually arrives in mid No- matic keep-fun service," many
noses the rage once again. vember and sometimes earlier, may make the danger of people still wire caught with

Low temperature; record In 'List year, the first general light frost more acute tonight their fuel oil down.

Gainesville) was 29 degrees at freezing weather In this area Likewise, service stations

the University of) Florida Horticulture was on Nov. 3," he said. "This For the most part, Gainesville had them standing in line
Unit on the Millhopper year we were overdue" residents seemed to be tip waiting to buy antifreeze and
Road, and It was at least Crop damage In the area downtown department stores
,.. IM T 30 degrees in most areas of was estimated to be only ping up their Jackets, turningup and restaurants reported new
M the city. "slight" Light frost was reported their heaters, and takingthe sweaters and hot soups were

The cold snap the season's in some areu but. lack chilly breezes In stride big sellers today.


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:, Game Protector Paul Ranck Inspects some of the deer taken from four men arrested \

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i: Housing Code: 4th RedsUNITED I '1.

NATIONS, N.Y. '" ;
(AP) The United Nations ,
Down Goal to GoBy awaited U.S reaction today to a

Soviet proposal to postpone
briefly the showdown in the
JEAN CARVER him ..110 refer the code revised CAA' by name) to task for the General Assembly over the Soviet

1 Sun Staff Writer numerous times since its repeated delays on whether the Union's refusal to pay for
; Commissoner James Richard. initial referral to the commission code should be adopted.He U.N peacekeeping operations

" son played city commissioner last January to City Attorney refused to cuitinue last Soviet Foreign Minister An

Monday like Larry Dupree Osee Fagan. week's 18-page word-for-word drei Cromyko proposed that the
plays football, nearly carryingthe Fagan was Instructed to prepare review of the 50-page code. opening meeting of the assenv
proposed housing code to the the final draft of the con Commissioners Suthcrl and
bly's 19M session this afternoon
Scoreboard stage. troversial minimum housing and Wlnn defended the lengthy confine Itself to routine actions
"Let's do something," RIchardson standard code for commission F
. consideration given the propos.ed by acclamation These ,would
\ Insisted. He moved for consideration: "not later than code.
Include election of Alex QuaU
I passage of the bill Dec. 14. "How do
we eliminate undesirable aon-Sackey of Ghana as presi-
But Mayor Howard McK1nj Richardson recommendedthat details unless we discuss dent and perhaps of the 13 vice:
ney pulled a quick defensive the vote on the code be the this!" Winn asked Richardson
president, and the uttnisskm; of
1-.. ... play' gavelIng Richardson down first Item on the Dec. 14 agenda "110' da we arrive at a decision Malwal. Malta anti Zambia$" r nett .1: ., ,
minute before two scheduled public Wbd
l and calling for a five ? U.N membership. Then the as. (A. .Neu lull ,
recess. hearings indicating that final Sutherland said the code Is
' sembly would recess for a dayor Enthusiasm Was
( After commissioners huddled action on the long pending code "about the most controversial to to allow more time for Dampened
for about 10 minutes In Utlii- would come at that time.
matter to face this commission. financial
I',. ties Director: John Kelly's office, He took several commissioners ." negotiations. ) on the Newton, Maitw High School cheerleader* perform in puddle during game against- 1
Richardson returned with a new the Gainesville Sun and "1 would rather spend IS or Issue.This rival IJrookllne. Despite the girls' many long wet cheers for the team Newton lost
motion. the Civic Action Association SO hours by going through this would forestall a format 11-0. i
i Commissioners agreed with (although he didn't mention the with a fine toothed comb to vote on which the United States ,
of the
could Invoke Article II '
Sutherland Insure that this said.RIchardson .is a fair code," U.N. Charter It provides that S Russia Sends Rocket

; Takes U.N. member more Una two. jJ'ward : :
Johnson Up was concerned said the as code far would as he yean In arrears on Its dues !
shall lose Its vote In the aoeembly "

have-if been It hadn't passed been last made February apolitical .The Soviet Union's refusal Mars But Outlook Isn't GoodMOSCOW t

Nam Problems football" to pay peacekeeping assessments
Viet has put It In that calego I
1 don't think It should be a
political football next March" ry.Informed (AP) A Soviet showed; its power supply "Is sp the reddish plsnet.
By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER against the Red supply lines, Richardson charged. "D o sources doubted the space probe has Joined Amerl- proslmately! U per cent below The American and Soviet
AP Special Correspondent which run from North Viet Nam something" United States would agree to the ca'i Mariner en the long road the expected," the announcermeet launchings came close togetherbecsuse I

WASHINGTON (APr PresI- through the Jungles of Laos, and "We've had this 11 months, brief postponement They said to Mars, but the Russians announced by rillS, the Soviet news the position ef the earth )
dent Johnson meets today with against Infiltration bases In let's get to the basic Issuefsjid the United States wants a longerdeferral today that their spacecraft agency tald. and Mars are favorable now for I
his military and diplomatic North Viet Nam could help atop dotting J', and crossIng of the matter and alsoa U not working properly This Indicated It might not be the complicated trajectory \
advisers top including Ambassador overcome the Viet Cong drive t'I." Richardson added. Soviet commitment to negotbate Zond 2 Zond Is Russian for able to send back scientific uv needed. Such: favorable periods t

Maxwell D. Taylor, to decide for control of South Viet Nam He said the "people who on future peacekeeping ar probe was launched Monday formation about Man even If It come only every few years.
whether new steps should betaken He cautioned that there were pushed the code," should accept rangements. from a heavy satellite circling succeeds In passing close to the Zond 1 was launched "in accordance
to Intensify the war arguments for and against such the responsibility for car- Secretary-General; U Thane the earth an official announcement planet. with the program for
against Communist guerrilla courses. (See HOUSING ee Page I) (See UN es Page IICUlt't old Radio reports Similar troubles silenced the space explorations," Tow said.

forces In South Viet Nam. (See JOHNSON: on Page II) last Soviet Mars probe First a multistage rocket went
The long-debated Issue of l launched" Nov. 1. 1M2. while It Into orbit sod then the space

whether air strikes should be Prove Smoking Hazard was itfll more than alt million craft wes blasted away on Hs
Mid-Town This blsst
ordered against Communist miles from Mars. Zond I, another trip. "Impsrled to
supply lines \through Laos or Soviet spay effort launched the automatic station s velo
supply bases In North Wt Nam StreetsTo last April S, apparently failed on tilYMIC. for reaching

and was possible reported decision.up for discussion In Court, Says Local Medic an unannounced observers thought mission Scientific Venus. the Irsjectory toward Mars of ,the" !the movement anlounrrement

said. The
to Saigon, Its same
Taylor, US. envoy Close was target
technique Is seed hi launching
with Secretary -
has been conferring The Americans who have
of State Dean Rusk, Secretary By CUT CORNIER See Edneilfce) Writer deep, U.J. space probles.Tass .
succeMfully: probed Venus
of Defense Robert S. Mo- City commissioners agreed to A recent federal court decision) Miami may have strengthened! bunched Mariner 4 toward did ml give the space
Namara and ether policy mak- close two streets bisecting the the case lot tobacco legally, but the medical case against smoking Man on Saturday II is reported craft's weight/ The last Soviet
ers since Thanksgiving! and city ban site on East L'nlveni- r batl)'c beta damaged the leant In the mind of local surgeon. working as planned. at the beginning Mars probe weighed Eli
had ty Avenue to consolidate the Dr. Myron W. Wheat, chief of thoracic and cardiovascular our'gery
officials presumably
these ef s 7's-month trip to (See SOVIET ee Pegs 1}
recommendations ready for the area into one large block Monday at the University Florida Hospital, says a heavy smoker k>

President In advance of the creases his chances of getting king cancer "tremendously."
White House session. The action was recommended The Miami federal court Jury last week In what was termed S MARINER ON PERFECT

For several days, however. by the three city ban architects, "landmark" decision, denied damages ef 11.$ million to the familyof ,I
who presented a preliminarysite Edwin M. Green
administration leaden have
been cautioning sgainst speculation plan to the commission. Green.., e {three-psck-a-day smoker! for 10 years, died b 1H7.! COURSE FOR MARS .It
that radical changes taVJt. The preliminary' plan was also His family sued the American ftbacca Company, waken 01Gret1I.

policy were In the offing. commended to the commissioa r '' brsnd-lurky Strikes. PASADENA Calif. (AP % 1 to pass M. If simple ''II'IIGn4
The President himself declared by the building commutes Dr ti Mat. one of the few torture b speak cut puMkly splnst( U... ipeceerafl Mariner spedat speed Is their pal JPL eipertsseld.
at a news conference last Saturday chairman ef the Gainesville Library smoking said the Miami decWnn turf lit sclenllflc merit. l&t miles an hour I today toward 1

that be did not expect any Advisory Board, slice "'l1Irt prockm with any court ease to ttst there ere several ways distant. Mars two days Robert J. r.r.... JPL's >..* I I
dranWic announcement to the site Includes location of the ef getting cancer, and proving mat e perms' got H from marking" ahead ef a Soviet 1'1..111I hulo ant director for lunar and piano
follow today's meeting. new library on the southeastern beyond the shadow of s doubt. tea bent Iking to do," Wheat sail ry's first Interplanetary race. tory projects said "II depends r

Informants said any decisions cornel of the property "' But to Ft ejHoVnrwId caret ef the .",.- most commontypewithout Mariner Is due en the sub .lose MAlts .. Page S)
affecting the conduct ef the wi Cosnmjsaioner Alan Sutherland Law 0r Medicine? I smoking Is ntraordinarilf rare," Wat added skirts ef Mars July It
undoubtedly would be kept secret moved that the city slgnUfy ire can say any Individ- .
could be too Its Intent to close N. E, 1stAvenue Jt cancer became he smoke Somewhere behind II per. SH"II,

nnbl they put 2
between N. E. 1st Street RETRIAL .. taps even to the same trejfcto.
that anum
can say s
action. per-
ry le the bead I sounle rocket -
and 21. E. 2rd Street 'i"a '
Taylor said to advance Us NE. who anuses tee packs a the Russians fired Monday.Mariner's ; \
refer to VTiihlsgtea lad 2nd Street between East Itt- MIAMI (AP) A retrial wee ef for M years certainly has
Aveeuc and -; 2nd builders st the S* ..
varsity N. E.
that air strikes a federal court Ills chances of getting
Thursday! sought today / '
Avenue. .,. the Propulsion laborsbsy here ad. :
decides which said CJgareUes swMmoker. ; j
Commissionen also authorised nit lend | might get tfwre fin&
are rewnaWy safe" tar huThe sWt believe anyone will .... .
the city attorney to discuss S. Mariner, Is craialng now. Us
man eaeaanptuos. win s caw Ja court agslmt
WHERETO the hoot emeet d Sautters ry companiec' speed preset, moving to a per.
Beg underground telephone duct evkfcsce showed pmented Cut susbdaoces."K.. Professor Leonard .. feet posilloe fat !the seat crucial LSNITYL3 lUll ft,"fl.en 3
trial clearly
FIND ITt fines wok telepion..fldala.Architect the stop at I Ks X Gllw..11t1II&bI
cigarettes were unsafe and sn- g.. ,. takes 0w opposite view. << au'IIUOI' DISU5U +
David Beeves estt- audcourse
: s maMuvrto
long M caws get to a
Cynics 14 mated that the street closings whoIesDCM. said Dr. Lawrence refine IU frsjsetory. U ".. ,,,,
there's" always s chance ef
Oeesiitod .17-19 would add almost an additional V Hastings, attorney for the stale bfy w.ll cone bier Ms week. j
Eatettetewtewt 1COMtwerMS block to the I, .eneped three- ef Edwto. M. Green Be said! .. winding a damage suit The midcourse maneuver '

2 block site and would cast so e... request lot a retrial was tte Dr. ..**the hwm..Ad."TIlt cigarette nuutte may increase Mariner's speed ![ 13 ,
Oytaie* Peje) 4Sefts Ira HUM te the chstag and fiat step to M appeal ..* ffaiahri siigntiy. enough, to cut s few ; t
. .11. 11 HUM !iI stfdity Las rebcatanle The estate's Iii minks suit a I tilt hi not yet tears M a D day journey ; I
WOWMW'S I the erfeteal! three block arts ajsMst Ike America TtbacceCe. sot sure Otn'i: counsel wQ Soviet ......,, aware efiMariner's 0.-... ,....

Tt designated fcr dry kaX tiaisBed Out Grm's death leg SMOKB ee Page I) schedule, could rig

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\\2 Gainesville' Sun Monday. Nov.n.W. 30.

PEOPLE in the NEV'Briefly. I -- 3 ; More About
2 Hurt In \. ,* green U.S. WIATKI1 IURIAUFigeiw. I

HawthorneRoad Housing I

CrashTwo From Page 1

tying it forward, noting that torlals on the code "maybemiss
Gainesville men were 'I he thought the people who accepted some of the"effects and

afternoon for usage of the code.
injured slightly Monday I the responsibility
when their car rammed. I enacting the code hadn't got- Major changes approved by

another ai'to which pulled Into ten anything done. the commission Monday night

Us path at the Intersection of Include extending the code review
Richardson said while he from six
period monthsto
SE Hawthorn Road and 23rd St.
..- of the code'sprovtsions before the .
opposed some one year provisions
John P. Hudson III 2414 SE
i he campaigned fora are enforced and substituting .
10th Ave. and a passenger In s""" ,,. rmm
I housing code and was convinced the board of adjustment
I his car, Murry L. Heath, 2404
44''''' that the community fav for the appeals board during
SE 10th Ave., were treated at
ors a housing code. the trial period.
i Alachua General Hospital and [!ill year
40 >> If.. He also took Commissioner Richardsoi's' suggestion that

released following the crash. UM" Wtd""oy ,,,IIIf. 0'1"- Byron Winn to task for an the plan board be substituted
said the accident occurred -
Officers Shew Lew Iamgo.'etwse tsect.d $ I Iheteted abortive attempt to put the for the housing board fora
when Levi D. Eiland, .,. code on the March ballot. fora year fall'J, with only Richard.
rural Gainesville, driver of the .41,1'011. Nt' :.41..t.lI. C..1f L..t lsecanWEAT1IER straw vote. (Wlna's motion son and Turlington favoring

other car Involved, attempted JrOttfcCAST died for lack of a second) the move.
to turn left onto Hawthorne Is expected from the northern Rockies and ""I feel I was elected to make
Another that would
Basin to the Lakes provision
upper Tuesday night with showers
; In the Pacific northwest.
23rd St. His
Road from car
decisions and not run -
It will be colder from the northern everything ave Included Initial licensingof
Plains to the Atlantic
and In
eastern Gulf
struck the Hudson auto,
was by back to the people
coast and warmer from the southern Plateau to the rental units to make sure
traveling east on Hawthorne and the Ohio Valley. upper Mississippi valley Richardson told Winn. they pass the code's requirements .

Road. Eiland wasn't Injured. I Noting the controversial nature failed with Richardsonand

Officers cited Eiland for failure leather of the code, Richard on Turlington favoring the action. -

to yield the right of way. HeaterWarning Roundup said he felt the community .

Total damages were $600 and understood who promoted It, McKinney maintained his opposition

tAP Wlnphoto to IM lunl, no seat belts were Installed In obviously referring to C A A. to the code, leavingthe

either car.More. sponsored candidates Win, chair after the code was
Unveils Pope's TiaraFrancis Turlington and Sutherland, who referred to the city attorneyto
included the code as major
Cardinal Spellman unveils the jewel-stud. About IssuedResidents propose an amendment that
parts of their campaign plat-
would exclude occupied dwell
ded gold and silver three-tiered tiara of Pope Paul forms.
VI In In New York's Commodore Hotel ings from the code.
a ceremony I
SmokeFrom were warned by A Pair, and cold 'Whether the newspaper understands
Light His motion failed 4-1 after
The Cardinal brought the tiara back to New ...
the Gainesville Fire Dept. to or frost tonight will lowiit If Is academic he
to 34 h. told commissioners he
York on his return yesterday from the Ecumenical partly cloudy tm was
w. added. I
keep an on oil burning
Council in the Vatican. The tiara will be first shown Page 1 heaters and eye stoves during the BCD Fair through tonight Richardson has questioned still opposed to the code even
with his amendment included.
In St. Patrick's Cathedral and then will be taken on Continued cold tonight Sun editorials
current binge of cold weather criticizing Mayor
tour of the country before permanent enshrinement appeal. with lows of 28
a to 36 and for commission
Firemen reminded residentsto McKInney }More About
When someone does set a precedent -
Shrine of the Immaculate
in the National Conception scattered frost
Partly cloudy
inaction on the code
by winning a court suit turn their heaters back downto
In Washington D. C. and warmer Wednesday with
for normal after them McKlnney's consistent opposition
the tobacco people will be In lighting
highs In the 80s North
ELECTEDFormer I dark future, Powers predict- and not to run them at too to the code since it MarsFrom

.tlt high a speed. An Northeast fcnni_ winds Himlnidhlnff 10 .to 18 fnnlartt miles was first proposed nearly two

Vice President Richard antes i years ago.
Cigarette comp may 5
M. Nixon was elected chair. stick their necks out too far In A flooded heater causes oi and becoming variable to IS He said a great deal of misunderstanding Pageon

of the board of the Boys' to overflow onto the floor, miles an hour Wednesday. has surroundedthe
man advertising claims, and that'swhere r Pair ttirough tonight' Con.tlnuttf .
Club of America Monday night. they are vulnerable to which could start a serious coM tonight with low of 34 toW .. II'", code, charging that Sun whether the Soviets are at
He succeeds the late President sulU! based on breach of implied home fire, firemen said. < cloudy Cninc**nd of wormir pitchy light Widnndiy(roil. partly WAIl. "'\ editorials haven't "put the cat tempting to minimize the flight

Herbert Hoover, who headed the said the law high n'., 70. North to northMit wind' GAINESVILLE WEATHER on the right back." time or maximize the payload."
warranty, Although no calls had been I to II mlln M hour, dlmlnliftlnj
which I tonight Municipal Airport readings Winn Joined Richardson In I The Russians' last
104-year-old organization, professor. tnd Manning I. 'or'y' I to IImlltl attempt to
of this
claims (00,000 members, for 28 Wheat and Powers agree on firemen reported said as the morning I, O -on Pilr hour through WMnnday tonight. Continual" for 24 ours to 8 am. today: questioning the Sun's editorial shoot a probe to Mars was Ir

years until his death last month. I one thing finding a jury to departmen cold ry cloudy tonight with low In Ihi 4flc ,..,. High 67 degrees at 11 am; approach, noting that the edifcttuanetf- 1962. Its radio failed 3 month
"one calls *nd wrmir
averages or two aday" Wtdnndiy with
Low 30 degrees at 7 Rainfall
rule In favor of a smoker may high n .r 70 North to nortniait wind a m. out. It was programmed for l
during I cold weathespells 10 to II mOo on hour, dlmlnlihlnj : None.
IMPROVESActor take a long time. and warned residents tobe Hmt tonight. md b.conlngl' .r'', TIMPIUTUIIII IUIWNIIII 259-day trip, 30 days more IharMariner'

Paul Maid, 89, has "Jurors who smoke are not careful. "WMnmdiyM I filr through tonight C_ High L, Prod,*. current expedition.
tlnuod cold tonight with low, milnly' Jocktonvlll 61 Scientists were Inclined t
been released from Cottage likely to accept the scientific In tho dO.. t apt mid 301 wllh ch.nct 77 10 Pot "'....1 ." .ng....,.. ... fulltfr'IOI1coI. doubt (
evidence that smoking Is dIrectly of pitchy light troll In coldtr toe*. Tamp. 72 40 eO Thus p.5o that Soviet scientist
after a month's treat-- Atlli
44 II
ment for a heart condition.His related to cancer," said Civitans nhd y Portly wth 000d hlghi Ylnihi'In tOo mm'mid W.d.70,. Now' Orlnoiton ... HII: ALICE HOWARD fired Zond 2 to pass Mariner I
Wheat. "And the non Norm ooitirly WInd, I to II milnin 37 21 as a cold war gambit.
Dr. hour, dlmlnlihlnfl' tonight N.w York M JJ
physicians said Monday smoker Is more likely to take ...,.,1, Wodnndiy md bocoming "Washington 41 31 U Mrs. Alice B. Howard, 80, The reasoning is that this lithe

that he was "much Improved." the attitude that smokers Hear of UFResearcIl cloudy J -tonight Pair today md ,W_oncoming.,. Not portly M luniat: today ALMANAC. .9 JO *m. bind Grove, died Monday fol- optimum period because

Muni has lived in semlretlre- LAP winphot ti IM Sun) have been adequately warned cold tonight with but lowi ringing In th. MI to thi on thi 40 bud wml Moonrli Sunrlt tomorrow tomorrow:: 7 I:.44 Ot .inn m. owing a brief Illness. of the positions of earth and

ment since 196LBAILIFF Robert V. Roosa, above, and It', their own responsibility 'Inland.North to High' northiail WMiwidiy wind''In lbs ig mid to,.,II.. Highlight Now Moon, ot" .Hi*._ .Ph._ ......... In OK the, S I A native of Mlddleburg, Fla Mars for such a probeZend's
Undersecretary to the Treasury not the tobacco company." moot in hour, dlmlniihing iomo to iklll abov thus" month will bo tOo total and resident of Island Grove following Mariner ma)
right inS becoming laitirly on Wodutto.doe KIln ot HI* Moon on Hu lost be mere coincidence.
best hope since childhood
Is the
Education she
for Monetary Affairs, Is th* lint well Kllpu to b* vlilM was a
credited with creating a new for doing away with smokingas Nuclear research at the University MAlice POftlCAIT Iron beginning te md, throughout member of the Island Grove Also, it takes up to two year:
Mrs. Robert A. Steele, pretty kind of tax and the "Roou a health hazard, Wheat of Florida was explained IAIT GULP, piott,..,t.i, wind II North Amirlc ClOAft ilnco lilY list TOIl Methodist Church. to plan a flight like those sims

former fashion.bailiff model, In became DIsI bond" Roosa, 41, Is reluming said. to members of the GalnesIlle to bocomlng II knot varlaDI, dlmlnithlng I" to U tonight knoll "'and.... 1 II Tundiy* ,.., _Low High'., III at II am:", C and m. t inC,11Gainesville Survivors Include a daughter, being flown by the two unmanned
I to private business soon "It's a social problem and Civitan Club Monday. iwidiy Piirilsks- i Mrs. R. L. Wolfe of Apopka, craft. Last.mlnuti

Iwilllam inlet Judge C. with a New York Investment you can't legislate against It, Fred Prima, research associate Fla.; a step u daughter, Mrs. 'changes Just aren't made.

iKandt's court banking firm His tax Idea but if our young people are In the Nuclear Engineer. :, Gus Chapman of Plant City; The S7-pound Mariner rock

(Monday ,In .Wichita and bond were died to curb made aware of the dangers of ng Dept., said the nuclear scl three sons, Lonnie W. Howard eted aloft Saturday from Capt

I K an.Tht ., the flow of U.S. gold and dot- cigarettes there Is hope." ences work at the UP Is a -- of Ocala: James 0. Howard of Kennedy, Fla. Its mission Is jtc

'$,,? ,, Judge':Ian everseatvAP But results may be as far "new but vital" segment of unlerslty IJ1IiJ.f1itI CITY Island Grove and Archie How take television pictures of Man

1 knows of no as two generations way, activity. ard 'of Apopka; two sisters, from a distance of about J,00 X(

I Wheat said."When rlrs. Isabel Haymons of WashIngton -miles.
i I other woman you realize that some He explained that the program COMMISSIONcounty D. C. and Mrs. Grace The Russians haven't laic

bailiff but says kids start smoking when they began In 1958 and Is "des- Adams of Delray Beach; three what they hope to achieve with

L ]'will Mrs. Steele also be ......-u. V''J"I.! I .ft nf v, A- your J--'. nlH...-, .tins-- tined to excand spectacularly I __nn_ brothers, Willard Moore of Cocoa Zond 2. They haven't released

can see the problem." a s nuclear researchcontinues," official. and the N. P. Moore of Island details of Its speed, either, or its
deputy sheriff, secretary, receptionist Wheat singled out a few or- 8th Ave. county Grove and Ira P. Moore of weight Their 1962 Mars probe
The nuclear sciences legislative delegation.In .
and probation of ganlzatlons who have campaigned Traffic Apopka; eight grandchildren weighed 1,963 pounds.
ficer. Kandt said bailiff Is no at the university encom- StudyCity another tax matter Monday and
since 10
longer a full time Job. Story on against smoking. General's passes> four colleges and 12 departments night the commission agreed to great-grandchildren. More About
18.FEELS. the US Surgeon Prlmo explained commissioners were repeat its annual contract with

page report last February tied Currently, $2 million\ in research asked to study Increased traffic the St. Petersburg consultingfirm }More About

smoking to cancer. Among grants Is available to I problems on N. W. 8th Avenue of Hunnlcutt and Associates SovietFrom

FINE them are the American Cancer researchers at the UF and I at Its two dirts road access to prepare the clty'a tax

Society, the Heart Associationand more funds continue to be of.I routes to N.W. 13th Street assessment roll for 1565. They JohnsonFrom
Beatles back
The to
the Thoracic Society.He fered. Elmo Seville, of 1421 NW 7th rejected a proposed reassessment Page 1

the top of the British hit parade didn't mention the American Road, complained to commissioners -____... nt n iha_.. r n.>0ntmt...__ Sootiness____.__ rttt-__ I
today Just as drummer Rlnge! Medical Association. He noted that university research Monday that traffic trlct. winds and measured 11. by K:

Starr was about to loose his "Many doctors have bsen has more latitude than through residential areas to get Page 11 feet. -

tonsils. too lenient with patients who directed private research since from the east west 8th Avenueto "According to prelimlnar)

The quartet's recording of "I smoke If you can't get the there are fewer limitations, other north south 13th Street Is increasing More About On reaching Washington, Tay- data, the automatic station I L-

Feel Fine" went straight to the | Wlrwhot t iSo Sun) :medical profession behind this than "the practical one, and will continue to lor said that there were so moving along a trajectory clots

top of British record sales only Emotional outburst comesto thing full blast then how can money." grow if the avenue is opened to many "variables" In the Vietnamese to the calculated one," the

three days after being released. Janet PetTing, IS, as she you make the lay public aware UN situation that no one Tass announcement said

U Ia their first new Issue In learns hrr l.OSO-pound Aberdeen ot the danger?" Holiday Traffic 175.He asked that a traffic study program would provide the an- It added that at 8 p,m. Monday

three months. Angus Is grand champion I Wheat credited LeRoy Collins be conducted, trucks be restricted swer. Moscow time-noon EST-
Ringo, who Is to have his tonsils steer at the International chairman of the National from using residential From Page 1 Officials said privately that Zond 2 was nearly 25,000 mile:

removed In London's University Live Stock Exposition Association of Broadcasters Deaths Reach routes in the underpays area the struggle has not been going.from the earth.

Hospital Wednesday, Monday In Chicago. The LeRoy and former Florida governor, to get to 13th Street and that had proposed such a temporary well for the US-supported The Soviet asnounc men

expressed no concern. "In the 1U., girl alto won the for leading the way against Record 551 future zoning changes In tee underpass solution providing for the assembly South Vietnamese government, gave no Indication of the spee
words of the he said "2 which Implied to take up only noncon- but they emphasized that In of the
song, Junior contest with "Charger. -TV advertising area be restricted un- flight nor of when Ito
feel fine." ." beneficial aspects of smoking CHICAGO CAP) The na- tll the study Is completed. troversial matters on which. their view the problems are not spacecraft was expected to bIn .

"There also has been a reduction on's 154 traffic deaths duringthe The request was referred tot 1 there was unanimous agreement primarily military but political the vicinity of Mars. MarineiI

ef cigarette advertising extended thanksgiving the city manager and planning : until Its Christmas recess.I Sven as Taylor returned here 4 I, launched on Saturday, Is expected

In college newspapers. It's a weekend was a record for the department This would permit negotiations the new civilian regime of Premier to pass the planet II

I Boys' Missing Dog May start." 02.hour holiday period.\ I until February, when the Christmas Tran Van Huong was under mid.July.

Filter cigarettes apparently I recess ends. heavy pressure from dissIdent U.S. scientists hope Mariner
The previous high since The Fire Station Gromyko rejected Thant's political
harmful effects elements, students will
Have 'Hitched' RideA remove tome pass within 8,800 miles 0
a Associated Press started countIng proposal Monday, saying the and Buddhists, and
from tobacco smoke but there Bid was strug Mars after a space voyage o
fatalities for Accepted
traffic the
Soviet Union "categorically gling for
never will be such a thing ..s"pure" op. survival more than 300 million miles
missing pet dog still hasn't walked up to a car and Jumped smoke ot any kind I four-day holiday In 1951 was M3 The tsa,45& bid submitted pDlu" postponing Important The United States has more If Mariner succeeds, it wil
been returned to his young owners In. He loves to ride," she noted. the surgeon said. last year. by matters on the assembly agenda than JO.000 military advisers In lake photographs/ it
Guy Cleveland Construction Co. as passe
Stevie and Mark Sullivan Since King's disappearance, "for a long period or indefinite South Viet Nam
Either you have smoke or This year's total averaged 130 for a new N. W. 13th Street fire! and gives the Marl, and relay them to earth
and the boys' mother the Sulllvans have received have air" deaths y. He said his government country about ZOo million The
you Just plain a day compared to an station was accepted Monday a Russians gave no Indicate
fears he may have "hitched"a calls from two persona one Wheat said the Surgeon-Gen average of 12* dally during the by the Gainesville City Com "believes the General Assembly year In military and economic of Information they expect fron
ride out of town. at 5:30: am, who said they should start and continue Its assistance Whether aid
eral's report scared many people : first nine months of lOOt For mission. should Zond 2-
The dog King Is a 7 month- had found him. But neither dog I work In accordance with be Increased
Into quitting or switchingto comparative purposes The AP The commission also approved normal or used In other I In Washington\ a spokesma.:
old black and brown German turned out to be the right one. pipei and cigars but former I made a survey for a 102.hour architect Lester May's recommendation procedure." ways art among the questions for the National Aeronautic
shepherd. He was ailing when So two continue to wall The Soviets have threatenedto understood to be under
boys jmokers are returning to their non-holiday weekend and counted that the contrac review and Space Administration sai.
he wandered away from the and hope for the return old habits 464 traffic deaths. hors list of subcontractors be quit the United Nations if m the current round of confer the Soviet attempt at Man

Sullivan home at 4000 SB: 15th of their pal.Phone. "Pipes or cigars are good i okayed. they lose their vote In the assembly. ences. came as no surprise. He Ilk

St. last Tuesday. But he may substitutes for cigarettes, but The all-time traffic death loll' Subcontractors Include Rvals They contend that only I The major issue of whether to the favorable period for a Man

not have been too sick to catch not If the smoke Is Inhaled.'" for any 103-hour holiday periodIs ,Plumbing Inc., Carlos M. Hope the Security Council has the broaden the war presents the launch was Nov. 4 to Dee 4 sac
a ride, according to Mrs. Sul Operator II 708) set In Christmas 1954. power to start .V. finance President with a '
Wheat compared the smok- Electric Co., All American Insulation complex probm. 'this means that they got If
livan. Gets Year For leg scare to a nuclear crisis and Roofing, Keystone peacekeeping: operations and ? A major consideration Is with their shot Just before the

"We live near the Wllllslon I When there's a war scare Reservists iilwark. Central Florida Tile that the peacekeeping assessments the possibility! of Increased 'window dosed Just as wi

Cut off, and he could have. Shoot in e Totrcr people talk about building I I I and Marble Co., State Plaster for the Congo and Middle counteraction from Communist.did."

I 0'I fallout shelters But when the I To Tour UF ng Inc and D. 0. Eley pat; East operations are Illegal because Sri Vet Nam. backed by Red
Praised I TAMPA (APr-) An ex-tele. danger passes temporarily they leg. the were voted by the China. tf Washington should order .
SRD phone operator, convicted of General Assembly. air strikes The Gainesville Sun
forget all about it. That's human Construction should take Soviet Union '
Members the U. S. Naval
I lihoolina at General: Telephone nature Cromyko met for lunch Monday has warned it would not "re' Publtttal tvcmnotSofurtey. _lOt
By GOt' Bryant Co. microwave discs with a rifle ReservesResearch Company bout ISO days. I with US. Secretary of State'main indifferent the fate cia and Sunday i fobMttrg mIngi -
4-4 will tour the by tOne GwntfirlH -
during last year's strike, University of Dean Rusk. They described fraternal Socialist :: l01 "
Act TaxConsolidation country and ComxwV a
TALLAHASSEE) Go'. wu sentenced Monday to a I Negro Children Florida :Nuclear Science: BuildIng I on their talk as Inconclusive, but I ready to render the necessary 2nd Wx &< 'e. f tor**
Yarns Bryant said Monday the year In prison. today at 730: pm. agreed to meet again when assistance. and towr** at morx; C! Mmom

State Road Department has Criminal Court Judge Carl C. Due Yule Party The tour will be conducted by Rusk returns from talks In .* oh* Port. Ottce et
I GolrwrrlM. Florida.CIICUIATIOM
done I Job during his administration -Durrance Lt Cmdr. William H. Ellis I
sentenced KathrynPratht'r Phi Gamma Delta Initial action toward consolidating -! Washington today on Viet Nam.
which stands equalled fraternitywill Tampa To Float SAUl IT
2S. Her attorney said USNR assistant professor of city and county tax assessing U.S. sources said that In addi- 01 MAIL
In state history I he would appeal hold Its annual Christmas nuclear engineering at U)'. who and collecting was taken .,ion to the voting dispute Rush I Library ttonds CAItlll I WhO .45

Speaking at the construction Slit pending against Miss party for Negro children from will show reservists nuclear engineering by the Gainesville City Commission and Cromjlo discussed a longpending I M*. IJ IS
ceremonies for the department's Feather and two fellow union the Gainesville area Dec. 4 and physics facilities .
Monday.Commissioners. proposal to destroy TAMPA
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build member, Cullle and torn 510 I X p m. with Delta used by several Mayor Nick
$33 million headquarter Mobley university de approved a equal numbers of obaoiele Soviet Ifucrt said Tuesday the be and 1ft .dhsoc..
ing. Bryant said: "J hope as Eugene Dtk-hrr. b a federal Gamma Sorority partments. resolution calling for permissive and U.3. bombers and Soviet Tampe would float city ol M.nbIe II ",,"so imas "
a U
. building goes up there Charge of Illegal possession .l Th. party .U1 be held at the The Nuclear Sciences Build legislation that would allow the Premier Alexel N. Kosjfia's bond Issue neat March million

I strike i spark to Ignite I thl'j a nibmachlnegun. Their trial In Phi Cam Howe El S. W, 13th ing Is southeast of the main nlnt program after the quntlon bd: for more Soviet.UJ. I construction of a to finance _. __Chi
library W0 e
I for better roads built Federal Court ended last monthin Street and will feature Santa ,engineering bulldog off SUdhira -'was placed: oe a citywide ballot. trade. The sources said an particular Part ol Tampa's tax en Powuxo-, le' foth .OWot
and a mistrial.' Date for '. I claus and gifts caroling dg C ot C ne U
greater economy new refreshment I Road. A3! Interested persons City officials were Instruct* headway was made ea I rcttes would be pledged to re- otWw .55040 WU -
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'Unlversit1 City r VWtltMf Dun i rori SOS TKT OLIONI, By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
Vk. Pr..Mml Sri ClreuUllm' Mn ir, By RALPH McGIll we have been hearing that states rights
Pulllu P... Wlmliii PMHi. r i For several years
POLICY 01 Iti. AtlHtla, (O&) CIII..... n must be put wide( because they are used as an Instrument
tile South. Otherwise, one Is
of Negroes In
for the oppression
1. Repots the news fully Aid Impartially In the ntws columns. MovementIn W ,' t i to assume, they are perfectly all right: good, commendXL .
2. 4xpr: the opinion/ of the Sun .In-but only In-editorials. tv Instruments for the preservation of the federal system
j. Publish all sldn of Important controverilol ''nu... 41 who deplore some of the uses towhfteySf.have
nevertheless maintained that it i fa
The Sun's All 378-1411 The ,t' ,, In and
telephones: departments Impossible to preserve states rights one area not in
k' left free to run their own affairs .
n'' "tip another either the states are .
CongoBy 'o subject to the Constitution, or they aren t.Undermine

4 the concept and you undermine the sovereignty.

Mythology of the Far Right
supplying aircraft carriers "li'I' LAST WEEK, the heads of the American Federation of

to the ferry Celglan a v labor and the Congess of Industrial Organizations met to
view of the contention of Gold j
Among the more interesting post some V f
paratroopers to the rebel-held i I map their strategy to abolish the right of he states to outlaw .
mortem on the presidential election water backers that his defeat was Congo area of Stanleyville, h. the union shop "We have enough votes to do It1. a

Is that of the National Review largely caused by failure of Republican the United States gave notice C spokesman for the AFL-CIO crowed "221 congressmen beholden
liberals to support Goldwater.The that w* will act when all S 1a to organized labor." The idea is to repeal section 14B

magazine. This journal, edited by magazine says that if Scranton, other agencies of governmentand '' of the Taft-Hartley which specifically acknowledges"

Sun columnist William F. Buckley, Rockefeller or Romney had won the humanity involved in 'right of the Individual states to decide for themselves whether
Is such a crisis are paralyzed.The membership In a union can be a )legal prerequisite to employment -
Jr., is devoted to the "conservative"cause. G. 0. P. nomination after the Calf' Soviets Ire affronted,

Its publisher, William A. fornla primary vote for Goldwater, as are some of the African CHINESE LONGHORN Turn about la fair play. During the years in question, the

Rusher, is one of the small group the "Goldwater Republicans would states. But their pique is liberals have been saying to

that worked for several years to win have deserted the G. 0. P, in droves J made vulnerable by the fact the conservatives: "You don't

control of the Republican Party and even greater than those that deserted that the yaw savagery beyond of reach the situation of U. S. EMPLOYE :STANDARDS really believe in or care about

to nomination the party In protest against Sena- states You
get the'presidential any agency save that of direct rights. just want
for Barry Goldwater. tor Goldwater's nomination" intervention '* authority to retain segrega-

African leaders are .The Rescue of tion." Let the conservatives
The National Review rejects the The National Review is realistic, extremely sensitive to any now say to the liberals, "You

idea, which it says some of its read in our' opinion; on another point. It colonial sign of return the former They have maintained that you respect

j ers voiced, that the defeat of Gold says that conservatives "should, fin art In much the/ same Jumpy By,RICHARD WILSON State Department would Interfere with his doing the idea of states rights,

water means there is no future hope ally and forever, put aside that con. mopd as, .were South and Chief. Cowles Having told the truth and a good job as a trial attorney which you ask to put aside

; for America. But it still thinks the soling dogma they have tucked under Central American countriesIn Washington Bureau cooperated with the commit In the Federal Communications !! only when they stand in the

I hope of the country is in Goldwater their pillows ever since Willkie the 1920s and 1930s after WASHINGTON Those tee's attempt to pinpoint the Commission way of human rights. Will

j conservatism ,and thinks_ the move- was defeated in 1940( namely that the U.S.period farces of In intervention a ,number by of who watch government grow sloppy was marked procedures for bureaucratic, 0 t s p ka It should\ be brought I into you now oppose this move by
is dead. the Republicans have only to nominate .. and see its functions touch focus that the Otepka case,
S ment not
.(: Latin.:American countries. more intimately the lives of destruction: In the process, however little it may b e the labor unions' against th e
a sure-enough conservative to' Individuals are likely to be his wastebaskets were searched known to the general public, fun exercise by the states of

These views are in general accord guarantee a sweep, coast to coast. I ,THE SITUATION In the struck by the truism that government he was banished from his is the sticking point on the their rights to defend the man

with those of Goldwater himself. Congo Is i worsened by'e will be no better desk, and his telephone was issue of whether or not the who doesn't want to join a labor

They indicate that the struggle for The National Review, however Is fact that Premier Mills than the people' it e m ploys tapped. The latter act was Slate Department, in an overcompensated union?" .
Tshombe one of believed to have been
ones was ordered
control of the Republican Party will far from realistic when it concludes more hated African leaders and Standards administrative must be very high by Reilly, an associateof reaction of 15 to ago the,

be a bitter and long one. They;suggest that the election returns prove that on the continent. He had set very strict. Even procedures when- Otepfca's In security'clear: McCarthyism has become dangerously years lax THE REGRETTABLE answer

that the Goldwater conserva*. the Goldwater conservatives represented up a separatist movement In they are, such enormities as ance work, but when first I In preventing the employment' Is that with few exceptions

tives will not heed the views of moderates a "genuine grassroots move Katanga province which the, arrest of 70 persons in called before the subcommittee security risks and weeding the liberals will not

and liberals in the Republican' ment. The massive Goldwater election thwarted the new government Itself New York City for giving or Reilly denied itAFTER them out if they ,are unknowingly oppose this assault by a vest.
of the Congo
Party. They won't go away and form defeat, whatever the reason for produced a situation in which' receiving. tax bribes still oc- SENATE Investigators employed. ed interest (organized labor)

their own party, The moderates will it, showed a vast departure by vot massacre and chaos made cur.A collected a little more Information SECRETARY RUSK, 0 n on states 'rights The dutiful

,\ have to oust them, if they are to regain ers from the Republican Party and necessary a United Nations 'emerges single to case illustrate sometimes and Reilly was called the ground of sustaining the congressman, unless over

control of the party and win future not the slightest evidence of, a nationwide peacekeeping operation.' tilate attitudes which ven before the committee, again: morale of his department, whelmed by an unambiguous
Molse Tshombe also was persistIn He then testified that he had
elections grassroots! movement based government employment. has, In effect supported proc expression of public opinion,
held responsible for the assassination not told the whole truth In the
on the philosophy of Goldwater or of Patrice Lum-. Unlike the New York Internal first instance and,'hi fact he e d ures against Otepka of will vote as Messrs. Meany
which led to the tapping
I We find one comment by the Na the National Review. brand of con. umba was supported financially Revenue employes, this case ordered the listening deviceon his telephone and bureaucratic and Reuther tell them to. The

tional Review very interesting in servatives. and psychologically by does not Involve formal criminal Otepka's telephone and ostracism as punishmentfor practical effect pf the passageof
the Soviets who despite the charges. It Involves what stood by while it was Installed
distance from one official calls "just another having cooperated with such a bill would be the
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Moscow, wire willing to Washington fuss." One of his associates testIfied the Senate subcommittee.somewhat invalidation of laws on the
So this is
gamble heavily on getting a that Reilly actually knew statute books of twenty states,
than "just another Washing.
Voice of the People foothold to the Congo the employment TIlE "FUSS"by the Is over Federal the that recordings were made ofOtepka' ton fuss," as one of the FCC laws that give a worker the

strategic center of Africa. Communications Commissionof telephone conversations. commissioners commented in right to work without the prior
Lumumba had created a .
II fanatic following Members of a State Depart m s n I em The chairman of the sub- sweet Innocence when askedto requirement that he Join a

!I *0n The.Sun's Opinion Page it are to this day pledged to Senate ploy. accused of lying to a committee,' Sent'Thomas J. hired.explain why Reilly was union.'
; kill Tahombe. subcommittee in a Dodd (Dem., Conn) spoke of (
Incidentally, the figures
matter of considerable sub* What happened was that a
The Congo huge and unknown this on the crenate floor as
0.1"'"' **4 ewmMnti ef In* readies tee w.k.o. In Hit Vel,. .( Ikt .."", *. Ltttwtmutt !lacking stance. With the heat on, JohnF. "pe.Jury.-" man who had fronted for the show that In most cases the
k< ..-".4 .ltd ..., Hi. writer's ..*>*.(. N.m.. will' be withheld' If ,.....tI..4. A krtt-r .hwMMt highways, Reilly resigned his l State of State In of .
..e... JOO ward t"4 mutt. k. vrltrt. m ease ..., llk. .,..,. Parry f.niwt kt "M. Tki rails and communications, is In justifying. employment I Department avery passage right to. work
INN. > .n. the *>aM t* ,|..| .., teeter er tt ......" It, wlthtvr ikcnilne' the wilier'i mnMiie w further divided by Incredible Department Jub following his of Reilly, FCC Chairman sticky situation In Congress laws was not followed by a
....... language differences. More wrangle with the committee. William E. Henry said: landed on his feet In mass exodus of workers from

for the heating stove I He also the pig, it desecrates the than SO major languages are lIe found refuge as. trial "I felt !It was a question cf another department ad. labor unions
par. In the base and In no
Negro Housing: and lawyer FCC at a rather than partment holding life and case
spoken government Judgment a queslion
found two, three and more lor, Slums are caused by alum of by
salary 17000. death the multi- any diminution in i
broadcasts, though In five of perjury. There were powers over wageslTHE
Another View families living In facilities Intended dwellers, not by heartless. tribal dialects, reach relative Reilly admitted to the Sen. some questions of, judgment billion dollar communications
EDITOR, Sun: Your touch- for one. The old "ellt," property owners. Many renters ly few cf the Congolese. ate Internal Security Committee raised by Reilly's denials that Industry. This is the kind : CLAMOR by the labor
ing presentation of the plight part of the city had passedInto feel that to get theirmoney's Government I n d rebel that he had made un- he knew a listening device ,of bureaucratic solidarity r union hierarchy Is a brazen
of the little boy who has to the hands of those who ,worth, they must use troops are superstition-ridden. true statements under oath to had been placed on Otepka's 'which tends to perpetuate decision to the
walk for a bucket of water rent to Negroes.! The former up the property. Many will Witchcraft Is practicedin the same committee In the telephone. bad practices in government use coercive

would move a atone to tears! owners had moved to the suburbs not even pick up papers, rake the areas o Uti I Ide the' case of Otto F. Otepka, a "However, I was told by In this case In the very power of the government for
Are you willing to look at These fine old homes leaves, or cut grass because major cities., There are au State Department security of the personnel office that Mr. sensitive and vital area of one's own purposes, And the

the other aide of the coin? We had deteriorated, by neglect, they feel no responsibility for thentic reports of government ficer. Otepka himself Is under Reilly was an able trial law.yer internal security.But use of coercive power against
lived in an Ohio city, where to the slums' and their appearance the property. Those of us who troops well-armed and suspension In the State De- and had a good record up the matter Is not end- others for one's own purposesIs

Negroes lived along a high was that of a-rundown try to ease our retirementdays trained, turning tail and running partment for having supplied to this case. I didn't believe ed and when Congress returns by definition anti social.It .
way out of the city, In tum- neglected neighborhood. by owning rental prop from the shrieking to this committee truthful information that the judgment questions more justification will
ble down houses with broken No one had any pride In the erty have to periodicallyclean rebel tribesmen simply because on sloppy security raised about Reilly In connec be sought for the rescue of is as though a business
windows, torn or miss I n g appearance of the homes, the up around our properties they have been made clearance procedures In the tion with the Otepka case Reilly. monopoly proposed a federal
screens, no paint, torn win lawns were neglected, windows because the renters fall immune to gunfire. law denying to the states the
broken, shades torn, to do so. The same applies to
dow shades etc. Well
a group right to outlaw contracts that
of "do gooders" took up or missing. Several families minor maintenance repa I r s, FOR SOME TIME M 0 l la I
"Cov't"funds occupied each house. However even those caused by careless Tshombe has been gave work only to laborers
the cause They got bringing The Mark He Has who
Made could
d nk
they r
(our tax dollars) to TV antennas and auto ness and neglect back Belgian technicians, prove a
build a low rent project. mobiles were In evidence It Is You see, sir, there are two doctors/ and managers. There only Campbell soups.It .

Brick apartments with paved said that Negroes own more sides to all this talk about bet. was sn almost n_ total_ ___ _lack__ of_ Is perfectly consistent
streets, playgrounds, swim cars In America than the ter housing, better jobs, In these because the Belgian New flora (Tlmra but also on the Individuals not, he called for highballs. It should however be pointed
ming pools, etc., were built. whole population of Russ la other words, social uplift. In colonial rule had filled all By C. L. SILZBERCER: brushed by his strong if ten While he slowly sipped he out for an Individual to op-
Then the Negro families were own "In the "Worker's Paradise many cases, lack of thrift and such. needs with Belgians. PARIS There are Inter. der wing. And even dur I n I g seemed, as It were, to grow pose a right. to -work law in

moved In. The "do. gooders" energy and pure neglect are Nowhere was the record of estmg arguments about which Churchill's lingering, final like some unbottled genie, his own state, and nevertheless -
then moved on to new fieldsof In one northern city, thereIs the causes of our alum condI- an colonist vacuum any men may be numbered among years that quality continues. reminiscing of a past that oppose the blitzkrelg the

endeavor. But as the Negro a Cadillac agency that will tions. Over In southeast more acute than in the Congo. this century's truly great. If the venerable giant sometimes stretched right back to the labor unions are preparing to
families moved out not sell a car to a white cur Gainesville Is a settlement of Tshombe would not have While no list would be com- cavalry charge at Omdur- launch on Washington. One of
"poor white" families moved tomer. Two or three Negro Negro homes which are the succeeded In displacing the plete without the name of lapses into a weary man. the best features of our system
Into the tumbled e w n families will go together and equal of most homes in our rebels In Stanleyville with- Churchill It may well be con- semi slumbrous state, he the federalist papers
houses. This didn't spoil the buy a Caddy, and perhaps default bit white communitms. The out the aid of foreign troops. tended that others. In the end, nevertheless keeps secret Another/ day at Chartwell, pointed out, is that other
the when thrifty, hardworking Negroes Once such call- touch with his essential inner his country house, while takIng
effort of our "do gooder" on payments : fighters were will have cut a deeper scar states can profit from experiments .
friends. They were content to fall and winter come on. The surround themselves with ed, romantically, soldiers r of In history.In splendor I have watched a stroll around the undertaken in given
rejoice In their great humanitarian company then "repossesses"the good housing, well kept fortune. In our time we use this category the future him at a quiet meal, saying grounds, the Inner light be- states; and revise, or mam-
effort, leaving the car, cleans it up and sellsit lawns, neat shrubbery and the word "mercenaries." may discern Einstein, conceivably nothing seeming deliberately gan to fail He tent for his tam in, their laws accordingly.

white families to fix ID again. good neighbors, just as our With Russia at l'a'I tporarlly -> Freud, Lenin may. even deafer than he. is, cutoff overcoat He rested In a ,A sit stands now, the 30 stales

windows, doors, screens, etc, In the cut of the 18x21- white citizens do. closed out In the be Roosevelt, and the bleak from miniature events, pavilllon decorated with a may, on the basis of the
at their own expense! foot house, did you check to Social uplift comes I from Congo, flea ..... ......vj awful Stalin. }tl Churchilland eating in silence ignoring con- frieze of his ancestor's fa. experience of the 20. chooseto
We also lived in a Michigancity see if a Caddy or Buick was within the citizen, not I rom with more success.: Pekingwas his most excellent moment versatlm, sipping his wine mOIlS victory at Blenheim. adopt right! -to( -work laws
which had a housing ordinance parked nearby? How about without. Legislation will not provided with readymade when he led an Isolated and post prandial cognac: Then slow cumberso m e, or not, according as they
(and a corpa of inspectors TV In Mr. Johnson's "Great do what initiative I i Imaginative entry via the former England to save the world then suddenly, amazingly, determined he plodded back prove socially useful or destr-
to enforce the ordinance). Society," who will maintainthe / and Industry will do. French colonial holdings In from terror In 140: ), can never, taking life, renewing hidden toward the house. On his path able. Under the proposed
One of the Inspectors was our low rent housing? You Why can't we be fair and Africa General de Gaulle's be forgotten strength. lay the corpse of a baby bIrd. all the states would system be
neighbor. He said he found know, sir, that keeping! a pig objective In our views? recognition of the Mao regime Some unemotional cynics It was as If one had been with his stopped, pointed left without any choice.mSANIrterestm" .
bathtubs used to stare coal in the parlor doesn't elevate BYSTANDER and his threat to cut pretend so glorious a figure as sitting in virtual darkness cane tried unsuccessfully
all tics with the West and to speak. One small
should I
suddenly amid an electricity failure tear / coincidence
,: POTOMAC FEVER move toward the Communistblue hate disappeared al the heightof seeing the faint red ia a The old trickled pirate down his cheek. that the strength of labor -
have emboldened Peking looking
his eminence and grandeur lamp filament of at unions has ceased during
deprived death
Dy JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Kureau |to step up African Infiltration Instead of teetering on to his current as It comes to othM. the ten .
the began past to
Abruptly power weak beings years, grow
That this the ,
gives him
When Sen. Goldwater leaves the Senate )Iaj. Gen. Goldwater will go back Soviets Is 90th birthday and let us Dope, to flow and with sinking self. with the population. It is for
to work as a columnist Attention! Column extreme right! concern unquestioned. far beyond. But this Is a cold. instantaneity: the glow I Precisely this reason that the
AH cruel logic. dazzled. In this Intellectual There is no suitable way of unions hunger more and more
the African countriesare
It may be a mistake for Harry to start writing again. He will no longer be in dire economic/ straits. For truly great men, and light Churchill was transformed honorllljf such a man on for artificial' power, the kind
able to claim that all the columnists are against him. Their governments are built her I speak in terms of into his vibrant self achieving the additional triumph of power only governments

around men rather than character not influencealone I again. 01 seemingly collqlwr. can confer.
A Soviet magazine says Khrushchev tries to "give the appearance that he In of thema may dm with tune but big time Itself. The mark he They
many I this flu want
aeea phenomenon made power to protect
. knows everything," lie may make his bow next week as a columnist too. power struggle continues.Tshombe's do not tarnUa. To the end Oft almost! four I nentlona themselves
\ eccur ia recent years. Ia against competition -
L. -- Churchill the hugely registered e .
gamble use of complete Once he was sitting hi bed at nor .h, the e and against the
, The question It whether GOP chairman Dean Burch ran win a vote of confidence soldiers of fortune or men hero who If nothing else hearts of free men dawning
11 o'clock of a morning, than in realization! by the
In the national committee never before, the needs la our era's finest human being theuminds and let
party a (wid confidence cenaries has paid off for wearing a kind of flannel hope the monuments as preponderant non a a Io n
man.Ambassador. the time being. And, in this retains luminous braveInidants nightgown, sleepily working and on. /that inert Ihej on working class that many of
. day of change and ferment of brief if unbecloudcd on a breakfast tray used as a sine, birthd, w1J be tilt labor unions have become
Max Taylor says the situation in Viet Nam is doubtful President (. In Africa and elsewhere), brtllance. desk with rubber sponges under other snap Of M associates: for the extraction
Johnson says that's what this country needs more of-optimism. that is about all one A contemporary can it be of relative!
may truly great mm tf this his elbows spectacles said with teams advantages for a
the lives of hundreds of per. particular stamp has the quality ). halfway dowa his stubby nose trutll: tt U. been affectionate Privileged class of workers it
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At least It would drive pedestrians Inside where the clerks could get at them. crisis: would hate tilt earth
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It Pre-Nuptial Parties ill 0(11( E til "nO THE f fffiILY I L Y YRuth : Slated Benefit Bv Bridge Club. ;: I t tA

Weimar, Woman's Editor m -- I :' .
I Nelson silver candelabra
Honor Miss Thanksgiving them was flanked by
TODAY, December 1 featured In the afternoon bridge and white tapers formed the,

l In honor of Miss Kay Nelson rings adorned the place cards, Madrigal Dinner Concert Tea honoring! Miss Betty and canasta party of the which Gaines-took centerpiece.Guests playing during the afternoon -.
I whose marriage to Ronald which were handmade by the I Pound, brlds-elect of Alvin V. ville Woman Club, clubhouse.In were Mrs. Macon Hardy,
Wiggins Is to be an event hostess. Alsobrook, 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. place recently at the and Mrs. Helen
with Gainesville
of December 26, several p r e- Opens Yuletide Season Harry C. Duncan, 2620 SW the receiving line -
nupital courtesies have been Seated with the honoree, were I Eighth Drive, Kirkwood. Mrs. M. H. Hartman Jr., prestdent NeuschleU, Long Beach, Calif.
given. her mother, Mrs. Otis M. Nelson Miscellaneous shower feting and Mrs. Arthur lei First prize In bridge was won

I I and her grandmothers, I HEARE YE ALL! the Guard; Dr. Fred Laughnn,':mayn, Pumb Puddynge and Cot Miss Kay Nelson, brlde-to Campbell, I ocl i lal chairman, by Mrs. C. T. Montgomery'
Mrs. Jay Jones Jr., aunt of Mrs. W. 0. Nelson and Mrs. R. for the afternoon Mrs. William 1 ,
With great pleasure, ye jionk; Donald Vickers Jr.,,fee. be of Ronald Wiggins, 8 were the hostesses and second by
I' the bride-to-be, entertained witha T. Crouch; Mrs. Don Hester, Gainesville Woman's Club Court Jester; Dr. Delbert i Co chairmen for dinner concerts p.m., Mrs. Don Hester and who were Arnett. Consolation bridge was
luncheon at the Gainesville Mrs. John McCarthy, Miss Bet- greeted members and guests!Sterrett, organist; Miss Juli are Mrs. Lynr Ten Eyck, Mrs. John McCarthy at theformer' Mrs. F. H. Jack Jr. and Mrs. won by Mrs. Hardy. High la
i Golf and Country Saturday .,ty Jane Greene, Miss Judy Monday nyghte at ye Courteof Ten Eyck, harpslcordist; Dr. and Mrs. Fred T. Ltjghon. home, 2 NW 29th John Billiard, co chairmen, canasta was won by Mrs Frank
Buxton, Ruth
Miss Krlenke
Luncheon appointments featured Elizabeth, Queei.a of Merrie Lynn H. Ten Eyck, recorder, i Directing the Madrigal Sing Strict. and Mrs. Helen Balyeat, Mrs Surface and game prize by Mrs
a yellow color note with:Miss Madeline Garrett, Miss Olde Englande, at ye sec o n d Mrs. Jane Richards Sterrett, ers are Mrs. Walter Murphreeand E. E. Holloway, Mrs. D. B. Donald Wilcox.
yellow pompons, orange blossoms Frances Eubanks, Miss Rita annual Madrigal Dinner Con- vocalist; Tom Laughon and Mrs. Delbert Sterrett. WEDNESDAY, December 2' McGuire, Mrs. Oscar Th o mss December 4, a regular bridge
and tapers combined In Rhea, Miss Sandy Swlnf 0 r d, Miscellaneous shower honor B. Lee, and
cert. Walter Murphree Jr., Trouba- The second dinner concert Sr., Mrs. and canasta party will be heldat
Miss Sandy Comings and Miss Miss Beth Meadows, fiancee
the ing
l centerpiece. I Susan VanEtta. In song and language of the dours; Barry Baumstein and will be presented this evening at of Shelton Boyles, 8 p.m., Mrs. Harry K. Wrench. 1:30 p.m.December.
Miniature wedding bells and period, the first of two Madrigal John Price, Litter Bearers. 7 o'clock. A few tickets remain, Mrs. James L. Sanders and The tea table was covered 11 at 9.30 a.m., a
I Corsages were presented to dinner concerts with a cloth. Two large
opened the and are available by calling green
Lawrence at and canasta
Mrs. McGlynn bridge
benefit par
Miss Nelson and her mother by city's holiday season at the Madrigal Singcri Mrs. W, H. Edwards Jr., ticket white turkey ornaments placedon .
the Sanders home, 3913 NW held at the Club.OPEN
Williston Mrs. Jones, who also gave the Woman's Club. Also Miss Katheryn Brooke, scattered autumn Ie a YI s ty will! be
I. bride-elect a sliver vegetabledish. The club house, transformed Miss JoAnne Fulwood, M I.i 14th Street. I
Woman's Club Into a banquet hall of the Elizabethan Cherie Karnes, Miss Candy Anderson chairman.Church Dinner complimenting Miss
period, was decoratedn Don Johnson, WayneLee Betty Pound, and her fianceAlvin ,
Miscellaneous Shower V. Alsobrook, 7 p.m.,
Steve Williams,
I greens red and white
Christmas Mrs Frank Becker, Mrs.
k Party Another party feting Miss I candles lighting the room. Whitney, Lords and Ladles of Hugh Chandler and Mr. and
the Madrigal Singers, and alternates
WILLISTON The Williston Nelson was a miscellaneous Decorated in stately splendor CirclesTODAY Mrs. Harvcod Dolbeare, at
Senior Woman's Club has slated shower given recently by Mrs. the stage, where the Madrigal Miss Mary Jane the Chandler home, 205 NW
their annual Christmas partyfor [rorrest McCann and Mrs. Luke Singers performed at a banquet Bowles, Miss Lynn Sandef u r, 22nd StreetTHURSDAY
Monday at 3:30 at the' English!: at the former's home. table, was lighted by foot lights Britt Small and Sam McLaugh- December 1
Clubhouse. p.m. Assisting the hostesses In the this year. Un. 7:30 p,m., Circle 12, Mri.Wt December 3
Special guests will Include courtesies were their daugh. I, Processional Featured And the Serving Maids, who I H. Cartwrlght, 928 NW Luncheon feting Miss Betty
with are members of Little Women. 24th Avenue. Pound bride-to-be of Alvin
Mrs. Mark Emmcl of Gainesville ters, Miss Linda English and Opening fanfare of the V.
State of the Florida Miss Carol McCann. Court Herald, Danny Bowles, 8 p.m., Julian I Bridges, Alsobrook, 12:30: p.m., Mrs.
Federation Mrs. Charles An antique silver epergne the Royal Court and Entertain The Banquet menu Included: Mrs. J. M. Morris, 1607 NW Fred Cone and Mrs. Latham
: ; lilted with pink roses and !lilies ers formed a processional which Wassail Cuppe, Roasty of Boefe Eighth Avenue; Jo Ann Par- Davis at the Davis home, 715
Outen of Gainesville, state
secretary centered the lace C 0 v ered. included: Brawn, Potatoes Ryalle, Carrots ham, Mrs. Ed Wood, 1224 NI 1!: NW 23rd Street.
and Mrs. T. K. Whltley serving table. William Arnett, Yeoman of Prenade, Appelade, Payne- 20 Place; Gaventa, Miss I 9 a.m. Til 9p.m.NOW'TILDEC. .
of Ocala, district director. The In the Informal games, Mrs... Raffia I GuIIett, Newman's FRIDAY, December 4
Club will also honor Mrs. VanL. Lake Road. Dinner complimenting Miss
Jay Jones Jr. and
Mrs. Oliver
Burns, state music chair Sparks received prizes. CalendarTODAY Of Women of the First Presbyterian Betty Pound and her fiance,
man.Mrs. The two hostesses Church Alvin V. Alsobrook, 6.30 p.m., .
French presented Mrs. Sam Butt and Mr. and
Royal program the bride-elect with f 6:30 p.m., Circle 12, Serving
chairman, announces that a musical china In her chosen gifts o December 1 ness meeting, 9:30 a.m. Club Room (Covered dish supper Mrs. L. Calvert Pepper
I program will highlight the pattern. Madrigal Dinner Concertof House, West University Ave birthday i party for Gainesville Golf and Country 24th
I party. the Gainesville Wom a n's nue. Preacher); Club.
Hostesses will be MM. T. A. PreNuptialCoffee Club, 7 p.m., Club House, FRIDAY, December 4 8 p.m., Circle t, Mrs. Tea complimenting Miss Ka
Thompson, Mrs. L. W. Rutland, West University Avenue. Sigma Nu Fraternity Annual James F. Hentges, 1915 NW Knopf, bride elect of James
Mrs. Fred LeSueur, Mri. W, L. Fetes Gainesville Junior i Wom reading of Dickens' 5th Avenue, and Mri. Donald Standelman HI, 3 to S p.m", BRING
Arnold and Mrs. Fred Dreher. an's Club "Christmas Treasury "Christmas Carol," by Dean Reddick; Circle 10, Mrs. Virginia Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, 1004 SW
i Miss of Breads" Shaw, 2 to 4 Lester L Hale, 7:30 p.m., Allen, 1715 SW 35th Terrace Sixth Avenue,
F o-m Gatrell THE KIDS
I I p.m., Utility Operations Cen University Auditorium, opento Circle 11, Miss Lilly Dinner feting Miss Csrolin.C
ter. 555 SE.. Tilth Avmiic. the public. Reception hon Carter, 209 NE Boulevard Steckert! and her fiance, JohnE.
I II More than 40 guests called B'nal .iriesli; bood, oring George Milam of Jacksonville Apt. 8 and Mrs. W. H. Mo Hudson Jr., (:.45 p.m., TO SEE SANTAAT
I during a coffee given Friday I Board Meeting, S p.m., Education Immediately follow. Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Leigh- WILSON'S
morning to honor Miss Sandra Center.WEDNESDAY. big at the Chapter House, University Lutheran ty, 1330 NW 17th Street. 0
an. Lee Gatrell, Fairfield, F I a., December I By invitation. Church Women SATURDAY, December I
'IDEAL bride-elect of Milton H. Bax- I Chapter I, P. E. 0., 1 p.m., Junior Worn a n's Club, 8 p.m., Christmas party, Coffee complimenting Miss
ley II of Gainesville. Mrs. Marshall 0. Walk 1 Ins, Christmas Dance, 9 p.m. until Mrs. B. Bruce Simpson, 900 Beth Meadows, fiancee of Shelton ]- 3:00: to 5:30:
HOLIDAY Hostesses for this pre nup. 1115 NE Third Street. 1 a.m., Moose Lodge. NW 37th Terrace. Boyles, 10 a.m. until noon,
tial party were Mrs. Don Lula Tompkles Club, Christmas Gainesville Woman's Club, Gethsemane Lutheran Mrs. Paul L Hanna and her & 6:30: to 9:00:
Brown and Mrs. Shelby Brothers program, 3 p.m., Masonic Bridge and canasta party, Church Women daughter, Mrs. Gordon E.
GIFT 1'I I aunts of the bride to be, Temple, North Main Street, 1:30: p.m., Clubhouse, West 8 p.m., Mrs. Beverly Schro Floyd at the Hanna home, Daily I
1 who entertained at the Brown Mrs. Emma Lee .Ennls, host- University Avenue. der, 2616 NW Second Avenue. 1523: NW. Twelfth Road.
tl home. ess. -- -- -- = '

I Greeting guests with the hos- Eight O'Clock Club, University
< teases and honoree were her Newcomers, 8 p.m.,
I smother, Mrs. Fred Gatrell of Clubhouse, West Newberry !
\Fairfield, and Mrs., Milton H. Road.
I Bixley: mother of the bride- University City Bridge Club, OPEN HOUSE PARTY I
groom-elect. 7:30 p.m., UF Faculty Club,
A I Camellias and roses were West Newberry Road.
used to center the serving ta- Gainesville Fine Arts Association :

,. ble.Miss I ?, I p.m., Recreation
Gatrell received a sil- Center, Jerry Ulesman, guest II i INTRODUCING FOR
ver casserole as a gift from speaker.
,the hostesses. THURSDAY, December 3 GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE
*' a University Agricultural I 1965
: Dinner-Dance Women's Club, Christmas' I
EATON'SFine Tea, 3 to 4:30: p.m., UP Faculty -

Letter PapersThe ,/ Reservations Road.Club, West Newberry CONTINUES k
Chrlitnil lift that will Mothers' Club of the University & WEDNESDAYSTORE
be welcom.d,u..cI.b, most : reservations for the Christmas Woman's Club, 2:30: to
everyone on your list dinner-dance of the UF S p.m., Mrs. Robert Myers,
including youn.Ifl Newcomers Group of the University Coclough 11111.Gainesville .
Come In and choose your Women's Club on Saturday Chapter 44 ORS HOURS 8 A.M. 111 9 P.M.
jlfti from our lovoli.r-then- will be accepted through I p.m., Masonic Temple .
ever collection. of. Eaton'sFlneLettsoP. Tuesday night, Mr. James T. American Association I of
Eaton ityl:thal'i Hennessey, chairman, announced. University Women, Morn I n g1
tonality-perfect for ev per',ry.friend Bridge Group, Mrs. J. A. I I CHECK THE FACTS | JUST COME IN I GET OUR DEAL. I
or r.lative.m.n o.wOl1len. The affair, which Is to take Humphreys, 3459 NW Twelfth b REGISTER
Mndratly priced. place at the UF Faculty Club, Avenue. GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE
CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT West Newberry Road, will begin Reception for delegates and FREE GIFT GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE
at T p.m. Tickets are $2.50
,person.Newcomers. Conference, 5 to I
INC. should call Mrs. p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Purchase Ntctssory
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Rebels Increasing I Frisco Merchants Hurt by... Theater Strike- - -

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Merchants who depend on|the shadows of darkened theater row are closing In mideveningA Owners' Association
>owntown merchant are feel- movie-goers for a healthy portion represent.
Stanleyville top p 115.1 a (1-i 't( I of their nocturnal trade report marquees. walkout by projectionists ai t ting' 40 of the city's S9 theaters,
Hold' hat has kept two-thirds of San business dropoffs of. up to TIle throngs of people usually the Coronet Theater on Jtov. 13( retaliated the next day bye
ranclsco'i movie houses closed per cant resent on the street until the triggered the shutdown. Th closing down.

I or nearly three weeks. 1,0 The economic: effects of the arty hours have thinned visibly projectionists were protesting I Formal negotiations between
LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo where several hundred white partmcnt spokesman said h Hard hit by the theater shut can be seen most clearly since the shutdown took effect failure of the theater owners to I the owners and the Intel-nation-
|\P) Rebel fire closed Stan hostages were believed held,, considered it "a reasonable a I town are restaurants and book | on Market Street, the city's Nov 14Several. present a new contract. The old!
|yvill airport Monday night, None was found. It was be, sumption" that the continue tores, cigar: stands and lav garish' main drag where hot-dog store owners 'contract expired last August al Alliance of Theatrical and

Id, sharp fighting was reporter lieved they had been taken, presence of the paratrooper : 'rns. _|I Islands I and small shops nestle___ In used_ _to stay open after who'l The San wranr"". 'l'haala., Stage Employ opened Man-
ound the field. farther north by the rebels could have led to additional -:':'_ --:" '-:: ':"v a" ""'" 'U"l.
[Reports Indicated the rebels: About 690 Belgian paratroopers -of Ufa.
Jid regained almost complete who jumped Into Sia! o"The Americans In Leopoldville NOW SEARS IS OPEN EVERY
Intro, of the city In the north- leyville and Paulis last week;I wanted the operation to be NIGHT
list Congo which Belgian para-and rescued between 1,500 and I I continued" Saintrant told news
hopers and mercenary led 1,700 whiles returned to Brussels 'men "They made us understand i ''TIL
},ngolese troops recaptured,' today. Their commander,, that they were prevented' CHRISTMAS INCLUDING SATURDAYSay
lit week Congolese troops held Col. Charles Laurent, said the from doing so by their superiors ,
1*jungle-fringed! airport. I decision to terminate the rescue, in the United States."
14 fourth American mission- operation, "appeared wise." In London, 112 members of'' I

|y, William McChesney, 28, of Laurent and other officers of Britain's opposition Conserve Merry Christmas14Cu.Ft.AllFrostless -o.;.
his force agreed that the missing tin demanding '. "" '
party signed a motion -
ems, Ariz., was reported .
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whites were scattered -.. \ ,..1
|led by the rebels. Although over immediate British action ;, >
ere was no confirmation of too large an area for them to to save 40 to 50 Britons be \U "U

|IS la Leopoldville! his parents reach. I lieved to be in rebel territory. t ilt. iiJ $ --
Phoenix said his oriramza-- But Antoine SamtrainL a Walter Padley, minister of ... ) ;'/"
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Ition ,o who returned to Brussels "Since the British nationals are t\ .
Crusade, had informed A..J ; } .
em ti. had been found dead today from Leopoldville and I scattered, it would be Impracticable '''- \,. .1.\: 1\:. J from Sear'k
Jar Wamba. Stanleyville, accused the United, to mount a paratroop operation
'States of ordering a premature, like the one which descended
he U.S. State Department
end to the rescue operation. on Stanleyville."
lid one other American misI -I The Belgian government said Anti American demonstra-
,nary, Mary Baker 61 Bala- I
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She was last reported at end the for the third The
operation. US planes I day. New
''pepe. |I ferried the Belgians to and from China News Agency said about
[About 500 to 1,000 whites are Stanleyville The Belgian government 700,000 persons again massed in Refrigerator Freezer
111 believed to be in said it and the US Peking's main square.At .
lied territory. rebel-ion-I government had agreed the res- least 14 African delegation
bngolvse cue operation could not be extended -to the United Nations drew up a
by 30 white effectively beyond Stan request to the U.N. Security '
ptured the town of Bunts leyville and Paul Is.I Council for an urgent meetingon

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JAMES MARLOW' sense of life and movement thai t ter Harold Macmillan In London \ ,
(soclated Press News Analys t distinguished President John F,, 4tssc 'Z- i I
VASHINGTON (AP) Presl- Kennedy in foreign affairs, even I Johnson Inherited a bad situa
jit Johnson, far more wrapped 1 when he accomplished little o Viet Nam, but it has
i in home problems than forfeit blundered, as he did in the Cui rsteadily been getting worse Normal' Initallatto. :
ones, has had a year t ban Invasion disaster of 1961. Just a few weeks before he took
Vpare himself for asserting!I In time the action and good office, President Ngo Dinh NO THADK-1N
Irld leadership. will Kennedy put into foreign Diem was assassinated and a tr I// I
lie( has asserted very little olfis t( affairs may be considered his new government took over. 4 III' i. Fl I I I' P1.t No Poymenta'Tel :
yet in any greatest contribution to the Since then, one regime after another February, 1965

Ily visible 'presidency. At the same time, has been toppled. .t Completely, frostiest from top to bottom even :
-1Y. Just be- Anal"iil: he was no match for Johnson !in Meanwhile, the Communist s the huge 16Mb zero-degree freezer ean'f frost ;
use his f or- What The getting programs through Con guerrillas of North Viet Nam Fan-forced
air blows :
g n experl- l\"ew. gress. have been making hash of the '' owoy It forms.
ce fa limit- I 4 1' I -- Thousands of shelf combinations on possible with :
Means Johnson as Preside't sinceI resistance put up by the Ameri "
It remains I Kennedy's death, necessarilyhas can-backed South Vietnamese, 0', i ,i spacemaiter adjustable half-shelves end porcelain
be seen how had final say In this coun who at this minute seem to be ,,, f1 Q l r.rjj I I ; ,c.i enamel crispers Come In' now for this amazing :
d .he fa In try's foreign decisions But they j Dixie
falling apart. i Progress Sale buyt Clatslc-styled cabinet Ink :
field, or if he is good alI t: '
have had none of Kennedy'sshine Now the American ambasaa- j choice of whit or copperton.
I if only for the reason that dor to Saigon, Maxwell D. Taylor l / 1 :
At this moment American for while Kennedy acted In ful 1 Is home to confer with Johnson lI i '1 .
en leadership is beginning to view of the nation and the world I
today on how to win or at
f little beat and tab Ice Maker i
>k a up with his decisions and his programs :least escape disaster. Defeat
red.Two good examples the Johnson has called the .
,, may mean the loss of all of {
integrating war in Viet Nam shots most of the time from offstage Southeast Asia to Red China. .
d this country's rickety NA- and out of view, using The decisions Johnson makesnow II I IIIIt iI It continuously replenishes :
j the Ice You .
alliance with the West Eu- aides as emissaries. supply
will be fateful. .
; n.v.r need to fill on lee ;
r peans. Since that fatal Nov. 22, 1963, Today at the United Nations, ___ ,
IBut'.he: must prove himself In Dallas, Johnsoll'seems to this country faced a showdown, '- 1 !::: troy ego In. :
Ion, for time Is running out onJToday have had three main occupa- unless an escape or some other !! All FrosllcesEven :
tions, all of them domestic: getting solution Is found. The reason: ,
two of his biggest 1m- 'til
programs through Congress the Soviet Union's refusal to ) I .
pay w\ 1't' 161-Ib.
cdlab problems were in his ( zerodegreefreeier
running for election, and fFffEUHf.0
Its share, $526 million, of the '
Il.f'-r It
Ip, seeking solution What J protected from
toe In the weeks since then at his world on'. -
Union In th organlza peacekeeping frost by ton fore.d air
I) about the Soviet Texas ranch getting his 1965 -
totted Nations and how to wine budget and ready for costs. Food stays fresh longer.

|t l Vietnamese It In total war disaster.or at leastHose I the,Congress programs returning !in January that Under doesn't rules Ha a duel member canvote. .t &$&i i5*

And the Soviet Union bal
I Perhaps In his first year, .
Ihcirjie had simply Inherited In his first year Kennedy put threatened to walk out if It can:
the Peace Corps in motion, vote. This could mean the
tie presidency, Johnson was' nn" Surprise Her With
I'luclant to be pushy in foreign stepped up the Vietnamese war, smash-up of the United Nations ,,1'' );r' cocci((, mmlY'YI i> Cf.ii\ a Kcmnore

fail; wondering If he could1'ainrihe ordered the resumption of nuclear unless some way out Is found. i 1k>>,IJJiJ./JvmWUJ.IJJwW'/ J t1
full endorsement oflie tests after the Soviet Union Relations among the NATO _. .
nation. broke the test-bin moratorium Allies are Increasingly rocky.; -
1 He:can have no such reluc- met with the then Soviet The United States Isn't solving Electric Dryer
Imce now after the approval helit 'premier, Niklta Khrushchev, in anything Even Its proposals to
in his landslide election vie.wryr Vienna, with French President I defend Europe with a 25-veuel
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I Reynolds in Touchy Spot As Baker Hearing Opens I IBy

CLARK MOLLENHOFF --- garded si harassment by fed- come the Murchlson's Washington that he consider Reynolds as said. "He paid William N. Me- palgns In 1960.
ICowlei Washington! Bureau Investigative agencies, and representative; Matthew H. the Insurance broker when It Lead Jr., 1500." Senator Williams obtained a
WASHINGTON, DC.-The His Testimony Could Reynolds has taken her to the McCloskey Jr.. the multi millionaire came time to purchase the performance Reynolds said he paid the copy of the $$109,205 check
lure of the Bobby Baker bears home of her pending Philadelphia contractor bond "
parents ,
money to McLeod, a member of from McCloskey & Co. to Don
rests on the testimony this Officials completion of his testimony. who was finance chairman After the contract was awarded the District of Columbia Stadium Reynolds and made a pub I 11 l Ie
of a drawling, tun Damage High for the National Demo cratic
ek Until Just a" few years ago. to McCloskey & Company, he Advisory Board and also speech explaining how tile use
.year-old Maryland Insurance _. Reynolds was Just another of Party and later ambassador to did purchase the bond through clerk of the House District of of odd figures was used "to confuse .
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m, the high-living, last-dealing social Reynolds as broker He said Columbia Committee, because the auditors" who might
Reynolds ii the star wit. contradict him, or discredit him, files, and persons associated and business pals of Rob- Reynolds was Impressed by he purchased the bond on "his of McLeod's work on the legis- examine McCloskey'i books.
si that Senator John J. Wil- then the so-called Bobby Baker with the White House made efforts ert G. (Bobby) Baker, then secretary Baker'a nearness to these men own exclusive responsibility as lation for the stadium and for McCloskey admitted that the
ims, Rep., Del., turned\ up probe may be over In four or to circulate this derogatory to the Democratic: majority and other big men In the finan- a private businessman and that other earlier favors. check for $$109,205 went to

,ore II Reynolds than a year who ago must, and it is five days.Although. Information much of It of the Senate. cial and political world. They he could purchase It from anyone Reynolds was not questioned Reynolds, but sad he was bill
carrye Senator Williamsand Reynolds. Baker and L. represented potential business, he wished to, since the rates
burden of testimony when mere allegations and rumor extensively on the stadium matter ed for that amount and simply
before some hoe tile some other Republicans will to newspapers to discredit i Iill: then the president of Capi- and In some cases there was and commission were tht In executive session last paid It He denied any arrange
eurocrats goes on the Senate Rules be present to try to assure Reynolds. Fortunate for Reynolds tol Vending Co., were all natives almost Immediate new business same, no matter who the broker January and he assumed he was ment with Baker and Reynolds
unnuttee this week. Reynolds a reasonably fair several newspapers rejected of South Carolina who had opportunity for Reynolds was" to be called In an open sessionof for the overpayment.

The hearings open today, and forum before the Rules Com the information being migrated to Washington All I 1 It Is one of these business opportunities The Democratic majority of the Rules Committee. The Senator Williams said It wn
mittee, it will be .Reynolds who of I had successfully mixed politics the Rules Committee accepted Rules Committee
gyuglds": will be one of the peddled by representatives that Reynolds re rejected Rey Inconceivable to him that a multi -
rst witnesses In a hearing that must testify by himself aid the Johnson administration as and business, but it was Bobby celved that will be the major without question MeClosk e Y'I nolds efforts to testify In public millionaire businessman like
an have major historic signiflince. without prompting under a cross unproven and unprovable and Baker who set the pace In money focal point of the investigation explanation and stated: "He sessions, and Republican efforts UcCloskey would unintentional
: If Reynolds testifies t l fire of Democratic questions. many lashed out editorials at making and In gay living. this week. It Involves the performance (McCloskey) never had any business (9 have him called. ly make an overpayment of

,irefully, accurately and In a When he enters tha hearing the effort "to smear" Reynoldson Baker, who rose from pageboy bond that Reynolds dealing with Baker or any Privately, Reynolds told Strv more than $35,000 on a performance -
anner that seems believable, room today, Don Reynolds will, matters totally unrelated to to become the youngest wrote on the construction of the other Senate employee nor had' slur Williams that there wit I bond for which a standard -
.. he results can be seriously I have no illusions about how precarious his testimony in the Bobby Senate secretary at. age 28, was MS,000,000 District of Columbia he ever requested any favor I(another aspect of the performance fee Is charged. He said sucha
'r imaging to Baker, to Matthew his position Is. He has, Baker investigation.In i the man the It paid to know. He Stadium which was being erected :'rom such !'trson.." bond transaction that WAS mistake Is particularly difficult .! ..
CI I. McCloskey Jr., the Philadel- no illusions now, for he h a i recent weeks, Reynolds I then was right hand Leader man of the by McCloskey & Co., of Reynolds testified that as the even more Interesting than the to accept when the correct
,ija contractor and Democratic been the focal point of attacksby has reported that he has been B. Johnson Majority, and had Lynd been o n Philadelphia. broker he wrote the performance $.,000 payments to Baker and I $738312 charge for the performance -
md raiser, and to many high high Johnson administration under investigation by several placed in charge of According to earlier testimony bond through the insurance the $1,500 to McLeod. He said I bond was recorded In
,ficlals In Congress and In the officials for more than 11 government agents In what he I and handling the by Reynolds, and admitted agency of Hutchinson, Rivlnus i that the Mcdoskey firm had I the books of the Philadelphia
c: a ign
ohnson administration. months. believed was an effort to intimidate -funds for the Democratic amp Senatorial by most other participants, & Co. in Philadelphia. A son- made an overpayment of $35,000on I law firm In which McCloskey'i
If the Democratic majority is Material was accumul at.d him prior to the Baker Campaign Committee. Bobby Baker arranged a meeting in-law of McCloskey was a partner the performance bond for the own aon In-law had an Inter-
1. ble to trip Reynolds up on ma- from Defense Department files,hearings. His wife has become There is no dispute that Reyn in his capitol office In late In that firm. purpose of creating a political lest
terlal matters/ confuse him, and from State Department'Ill because of what she has re- olds knew Baker and he knew 1959 or January, I960, for a dis- The premium on the Insurance slush fund for the then MaJorIty This week It will be Reynolds

...L ...L ...L .L ....LL him w .1 1 11 Reynolds arranged cussion of the District of Columbia was $73,6 1.2S, Reynoldssaid i Leader Lyndon Johnson. against McCloskey, with all In-
}II\ }II\ J{ J{' )II( for Baker to be listed as a vice contract. Baker has taken and he produced his check Reynolds said that Baker had I dlcallons pointing to Bobby
president of the Insurance firm the Fifth Amendment on all for that amount on Nov. 4, 1960, arranged for McCloskey to pay Bilker continuing to take the
known as Don Reynolds Asso-'questions on grounds he may Incriminate In payment of an invoice dated I him $109000 from McCloikey I Fifth Amendment.
Political dates, Inc. Baker was to pro himself, but McClos Sept. 13, I960.He and Co. for the $73,8313D per Unless there Is some great
r Charge vide contacts with men of key permits being present at the testified that he receiveda I formance bond, but to avoid I change, Reynolds will h a vI e
wealth and political Influence meeting. The rules committee $10,000 commission on the showing the overpayment ol I Senator! \Mlllami and the Republicans
and In turn was' to be cut In on report says McCloskey said he 'performance bond, and that he JJ. ,OOO in accounts In his corner. Genial
Insurance commissions. was Introduced to Reynolds by gave Baker a check for M.000 In this manner a $33,000 fund Matt McCloskey, who has raised .
Begins Unraveling Today Through Bobby Baker, Reyn- Baker, and that Baker said he 'because he would not have bern was obtained, Rl.'ynoldslald. He more than $30,000,000 for the
olds met Clint MurchIson, o f had an Interest In Reynolds Insurance -permitted to write the bond I explained that he was permitted Democratic Party over a period

J WASHINGTON (AP) The Quoting Reynolds, Williams'investigation conducted duringthe the Texas financial empire.I :' business, and that In without Baker's help, to keep $10,000 for handling I of 30 years, la expected to continue
- Senate Rules Committee reopens said McCloskey paid the silver presidential campaign. They Tommy Webb, the former ad- he event he (McCloskey) was I "Reynolds also made another the transaction, and passed on to receive the sympathetic
Its Bobby Baker investigation I Spring, Md., Insurance man $35,,.' were overruled by the Democratic -I mlnistratlve assistant to the the low bidder and obtained the pay-off from his commission on 123000 to Baker for use In Majority backing of most of the Democrats .
director of the FBI who had be- (stadium) contract Baker asked the McCloskey bond," he report t Leader Johnson's cam : on the committee
today to take testimonyon 000 too much for a performance majority. .. .. -- -- -- -
an alleged $25,000 political bond on the project, with Reyn-! Baker, who quit his $19,600-8
payoff. : olds to keep $10,000 and the year government Job In October w' ,. ..M,NTUm! IIAleHT' IOU'ION"ISIC"S" H. wow wo MI WM I airniw m torn t we "oil SCANS DID asntteu. 1,IMUWWTW, inmi' attw' 'i 01ST, 'Mae ..
After a brief closed strategy remaining $25,000 of the overpayment 1M3, aerved directly under e A ". tI'li "I
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meeting late In the morning, the to be funneled through President Johnson when John- 1
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committee planned to launch Baker into the Kennedy-Johnson son was the Democratic: leaderof '
public hearings Immediately!fund. Federal law forbids corporations the Senate. "i r .' 'i. .',,' :na :", .

with Don B. Reynolds, a local' from contributing to has said>he Is .
Reynolds eagerto .' t ,,,...1 .
Insurance man, on the witness II IIltand. (political campaigns. I testify and there were indica- .''t ., ;!<', ,," xto ',...,.. i:
Republican committee memo tions he may attempt to spring ". W"" i'" r \f .. (. \, t 1\r.. '"
Reynolds has said Baker, a bers tried unsuccessfully! to some surprises from the witness .,: f.}
former secretary to the Senate have the politically explosive stand. ; "'t ,
Democrats, and Matthew H. Mc t
Lennox P. McLendon, the
Closkey, veteran Democraticfund committee's special counsel, ;
Youth Hurt
raiser, were linked in an .
told a news conference Monday
Illegal diversion of $25,000 to the : :
he Interviewed Reynolds Friday '1.,
On ScooterA \
. 1960 fund.McCloskey Kennedy-Johnson. campaign about the alleged payoff but 'env' ,'
that Reynolds refused to answer
ambassador to young motor scooter driver i
unless Williamswas
Ireland in the Kennedy admmistration suffered multiple face and scalp some questions :. .,

has denied knowledge of cuts Saturday afternoon when he present. f\< ', '
any payoff, Baker, in earlier was struck from behind by a '/,f ,r
hearings, Invoked his constitutional -car on W. University Ave at the Gallic Futures .
privilege under the Fifth Intersection of NW 18th St. I
'Amendment to refuse to testify I The victim, IB year old Ken I To Be ExplainedKISSIMMEE ," .,!,.',,4
on matters that might incriminate R. Lauber, Murphree Area, was ,
him. admitted for treatment at Ala- (AP) TradingIn f. '.
The new round of hearings chua General Hospital, where beef cattle futures, which began a a '
items from a speech Sen. I he was listed In satisfactory condition Monday for the first time, '," 'I"',;' ..,i ,,t
J. Williams R-Del, made to thel I today. will be explained to a meeting \" "
.Senate Sept 1. H* chewed tt Driver of the other vehicle I of Florida cattlemen and businesses ... (. ,
the alleged payoff came from Terry R. Knapp, Largo, was cited next Monday In Orlando. < Y..
the government contract a for careless driving after his Everett B. Harris, presidentof ;<

,Closkey corporation held Me-I car skidded on the rain soaked the Chicago Mercantile Exchange ,.,
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D.C., Stadium. scooter. tions.

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Clothes StolenThe I THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker '1 a

wardrobe of a Bowling I
Green, Ky. man staying at the '
Holiday Inn here was considerably /
lighter Sunday morning .
after a thief broke Into his parked Tough Having Everything
car and took $314 worth of
clothes. I

The victim, Roy Manning,
laid the theft occurred betweenZ ;;aa;; -
and 8 a.m. Sunday in the Nrui flora JTtmr I er, and after that was put In, with white sidewalls." will wake up with nothing need- ATTENTION
motel parkinglot.. the home intercom system inexplicably In no time he had found the less to want. On that day he
began broadcasting key to everything. He saw that believes, the bubble will burst Christmas Decorators
be the only country In history .
the canned music from .
supermarket an economy that produced only and all the credit-card collec-
:> :; that spends a full month every three blocks
: away. what he needed
never get tors will arrive at the door en
/, ; : :, year worrying how to do more "You wouldn't believe the him off corn meal In a cold-wa masse. DECORATE WITH OLD WORLD CHARM
rti ';.f" .' i'kv > for The Man Who Has Every- things I have," he went on. "An ter flat. The way to the great After nights like this he rises .

"i 'Ii;.: :' tIf thing. '" ice bowl shaped like a bowling restaurants was tamale the and tells his wife, "All right,
'. '. "Of course It'. only fitting ball A bowling ball C o lor e d economy toiwamp him In I'll keep the gold lawnmower.The EXOTIC DECORATIONSand
The Man Who Has Everything like an Ice bowl A
'JI'.' pet monkey things he didn't need. neighbors will hate me, but ; ,
aid today over an expense-ac- an executive: foot massager an Now at the pinnacle, he somebody has to save them
count mousse flambe "consld-executive personal plug-in sun sometimes lies
from tinned grapefruit j u I Ice
ering that it spends the other tanner a Civil War chess set, the fear that someday h e and corn meal"
eleven months deploring handouts a wax Easter-egg with carved
a ----- --- ---------- CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
to the man who has noth- wax bunny inside coconut-husk Aw.
I leg-" ,suspenders a chinchilla cummerbund -
Reward Offered 'i
you He was expansive, having a mink woodpile cover $500 from far lands
Just finished a superb duck gal- a year's lessons In flamenco away
atln which would be financedby dancing, the executive picture For Man Clues .-.
the treasury as a deductible book of the great Ideas of west- Missing Words will not describe the beauty, the exotic (
business cost and over an upp-I ern man. ." -- look, the unusual designs, the truly different
mann and brandy 'he dilated The man who has everything The brother of a (3-year-old len may have been picked up Christmas decorations. Baird made these purchases
can upon the difficulties of his life. has not always had everything. mentally retarded man missing by a passing motorist and taken so the people of Florida could enjoy the
"Too many people think !t's He can recall as a boy taking from Gainesville since Nov. 11 to another atate.EVERE1T beauty created In far off lands. Come in .
a a soft touch having everything," hIs wagon to the relief centerto has posted a $500 reward for you must see to be convinced.
t' he said. "They don't know whatIt get his family's ration ol f Information leading to his discovery "Gifts Galore Throughout the Store"a
means to be harassed every corn meal, prunes and tinned Alachua County Sher
' give December to think of something grapefruit juice. "Those were :iff Joe Crevasse said today. s"
a new that will make you terrible days," he reflected. I C. E. Allen of Scotsmore, I3iiHI1"
( happy." "In those days everybody Fla. posted the reward after an
In desperation he has t r t- still needed things. I wanted extensive search here for his
:1 uontly suggested gifts like a some real tinned pineapple Juice brother Everett Allen failed. tfaMtwtfte
': hand carved ivory abacus or an Instead of that awful grapefruit The missing man, who was I copy
betterbourbon electronic garage door opener juice and I wanted a new wag- visiting with a Fairbanks man
\ which have severely complicated on so I wouldn't look so shabby at the time of his disappearance i lifffcEE PARKING ON TOWER LOT
his life. As a learning when I went In to collect the has the mind of a child ;,
exercise on the abacus, he once corn meal. I wanted them so according to his brother, and t. The Store That's More
started to compute his' outstandIng badly that I needed them." probably would be unable to r Than Just a Hardware Store
credit card bills and endedup What was the secret of his identify himself to strangers.He .
in psychoanalysis.After rise to everything? "I saw very was last seen wandering
Installing his electronic clearly one day that the secret along the Montocha Road about
arage-door opener he discovered was to want things you didn't eight miles northwest of 1Jt.
that his garage door was need. After I moved up to pineapple -Gainesville clad In a brown
opening mysteriously during i juice I wanted pap aya shirt, dark pants and greenishtan -
the night when the gadget was juice. After I got a new wagonI loafers. He Is about $-feetII. -
.give itl! out of use. After several weeks wanted a bicycle, and then 128 pounds and bald.
.. the mystery was solved. A later a. car, and then a car Sheriff's deputies believe Al ALLEN
had acquired electronic --- -- --
neighbor an I
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martini muddler which
regularly became confused and .
opened the garage door whenIt
should have been muddl I n I'' ,

expensive system of transistor -
circuits had to be Installed -
to neutralize the I tm-

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a weekday Instead of the nor 1
mal second Saturday of the
month because of the Christmasrush : ,
at post offices where the 'J ..,1 t J..t ..
tests are I': Id. f\

Officials ask that applicants r' u :
bring the completed Peace .
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questionnaire '}
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when they come to take I {i/ .
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The exam will begin at S p.m. I II' \....t/' "
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Arkansas Second, Doyle Sikes

Notre Dame Third


By BOB GREEN lace.votes In parentheses, won-
Associated! Press Sports WrltelAlabama's ost records and points: TopLinemanBY

}; aUconquerorinrCrlmlIOn I 1. Alabama (M) 10-0 5154
1, \ Tide was named th 1 Arkansas (I1" 10-0 4864

national collegiate footbal 3. Notre Dame ((6) M 443 MS NISSEN Ing rusher from a halfback position
champion today edging out un 4. Michigan (3) I l' 400 Assistant Sports Editor on offense.

j1. beaten Arkansas by a paper S. Texas (1 322 Doyle Sikes was an ironman This was fie third year Slices

thin margin In the balloting by r. (Nebraska 91 235 this past football season as he earned a football letter but the

. -----a--- ...... nationwide and broadcasters.panel of spirts writers 7. La. State 7-1-1 202 lied Santa Fe to an (-2 record. first time he tried his hand at
a. Oregon State 8-2 133 I He played tackle with the ball carrying.
(CAP WlrtplMto. H lilt hull Mighty 'Bama which was 9 Ohio State 7-3 17 DOYLE SIKES best of them on defense and lie adjusted to his two way

Ara Irish No. 1 But. supposed to be In a building 10. Southern Calif. 7-3 63 .lineman of jearGators' ran the ball with power and role by smashing for 680 yardsin
t Says year gained 34H first-place authority In the offensive back- 112 carries for a fine 61
votes and 5134 points on the field. yard average
Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian told a rally of several thousand students basis of 10 points for a first- t ;} 1 Roberts! Is high on Sikes at
Monday that the Irish are No. 1 and fce doesn't care what Alabama thinks. place vote, nine for second I the 192 outstanding. play earned both positions, but thinks hit I
But the nation's sportswriters didn't agree with him and voted the Crimson eight for third and so on. the Year"pound laurels junior "Linemanof line play Is of most value to
f by the
Tide first In the final poll.SANTA. Arkansas received lift first. the club.

. place votes and 4864 points -It Sun."He's one of the best players "H. has good lateral movement
was second on practically all and speed and U a tough
I've coached
the other ballots-with one selector football player," Roberts said.
Santa Fe mentor Charlie Rob
t splitting his first place erts described his prize athlete. "He was the main cog In our
vote between the two contenders defense. Opponents Just couldn'trun
Meet "And I feel he'll be even better
Blue Wave Cagers on this last of the weekly next year," he added. at him. They tried but they
Associated Press polls. couldn't do It."

Irish Third Tuesday, December 1, 1964 Both Ways Good Leader!
Notre Dame the leader for Sikes spearheaded the rugged Roberts also pointed out that
Williston Here Tonight the last few weeks and deprivedof I Rebel defense with his bruising Sikes Ii a good leader and an

a storybook finish! by last I Iweek' I I tackle play and was the lead- Inspiration to the team. lie was

ZO 17 upset by Southern a co captain and B student.
tap tonight ing 6-2 frontliners Chic Hinton I Santa Fe lost Its entire sUrt-| 'Sikes' 100 cent in
Five games are on California, was third with 442 gave per
as eight Area teams tip, and Covey Johnston. Both HInton -. Ing team of last year but has points and six first place votes List every practice and game this I I
and Johnston were main I five lettermen with which to] Injured "
off the IWWS high school bas- Big Ten champion and Rose season, Roberts said. "Wi con-
of the Blue Wave quintet t mold a new quintet.
ketball season. stays Bowl-bound Michigan got the alder him a bonus player he \,
Wil last scoring in double Andy Strickland a 6-1 sophomore
season does well lIe's
Scheduled for action are everything one
liston at P.K. Yonge Santa Fe figures and pacing the rebound, forward who sparkled during other three first-place votes and One for of those three way players -
finished in fourth place with 400 Long LSU GameFlorida's
at Chtefland, Bronson at tren- the last few games 1 a I t agile mobile and hostile."
Live Oak at Cross City ers.Other lettermen back are season, Is the brightest spot for points. Roberts considers Sikes a definite .
Bobby Hines and Ronnie Coach Carnie Hatch. Paul (Bear) Bryant, the Ala-
and White Springs at Trenton.with Koru guards and forward Danny Den-. Other lettermen are forwards bama coach, had maintained all football team, witha vat ion of It by playing again t I still Is among the natlon'a best. lineman college than prospect back., more as
will Its season a a
PKY open lettermen Includ! nison. Harry Bruner Trigger Hodge. along that 'Bama deserved the casualty list stretching almost LSU. Most foes have had to resortto Santa r.', only two losses
five returning George Teel and guard Terry top inntWeve. from Gainesville to Baton On the hopeful side, tackle, the alrlanrs to move the this
season were to powerful I
Thrasher. Sonny Tompkins, a ; beat the best when Rouge La., settle down to Randy Jackson, held out ol I f! ball on the Tigers Class A Starke. 7 O. and Mao:

theOFDidn't 6-4 senior center Is the team's they were at their best," Bryant serious work today for their the Miami game with an ankle Sellout Allured tlonny 14.6. The Rebels handed
Why f tallest performer. said when the Tide finished final football game of the season injury may be able to play Lake Butler Its first loss
A sellout crowd
M.SOO la
Trenton returns a vet t r t n their season Thanksgiving completing Saturday night with Louisiana Saturday. Halfbacks Alan Poe I and also defeated strong Florida /
assured and weather conditions
of nine lettermen and State. and Don
squad an
a 10-0 season against Knapp are expected I High and P.K Yonge.
all-star center in Holton BrownIng Sophomore be able are expected to be a bit on the
capable upset minded Auburn. quarterbackSteve to to play this week,
The (-4 Browning averaged And then last Saturday after Spurrier auffered a Poe for certain but Knapp ii I cold side especially sine It',

Get more than 24 points per game then top ranked Notre Dame sprained ankle against Miami still a question mark. a night contest Cage League

last season and was a unanimous suffered the upset of the year at last Saturday and will not return The Gators, with nothing to, LSU coach Charlie !McClen-
All-Area selection. to work until don said the coaches! have had Slated
Wednesday. lone Meet
the hands of Southern Cal and Saturday night are exported -
He'll receive top support from Tackle Dennis Murphy tooka to resort to red flannels It's
to wide-open offensive
No. 2 Alabama appeared to be play a
The TuckerThe 6-2 Junior forward Danny Wilson the heir apparent, he commented knee in the back while recovering game.__LSU'a defense heen that cold at Tiger practices There will be an Adult League
a two-year letterman who a 'Cane fumble last recently. Basketball organizational meet.

sparkles In scoring and rebound- "Our:kids have earned the Saturday and he, too, will be LSU worked on all phases of Ing at the Recreation Center Library .

Frederickson, Auburn'i great ing.Other Vo. 1 ranking. It would be a Idle until Wednesday. Murphy'splaying Hucrla Quits the game Monday "We did a 116 NE 2nd Avenue, at
Tucker "
success story most lettermen are cent r status for the LSU lot of running, McClendon 7:30 p,m, Wednesday
football player, Is one that is being read with relish by Mike Watson (16.5)), forwards] shame to low out now. game remains uncer' I In. At Wifliitn 1'osl said. "The boys looked slug- All team managers or a team
Floridians these days seeing as how the Tiger came Murray Smith ((-3), Harry Garner Tough SEC Slate best he see only limited IIIMh because! of our week off" representative should be at this

from Hollywood In the Sunshine State. all things ((-2) and Danny Co r bin I ] Alabama, which had 45 sophomores action. may WICHITA Kan. (AP) Thi! LSU has not played since meeting. Plans for the program
But it has its dark side for Florida' Caters ((6-2) and guards Don Thomas, in Its 76-man iprlng Rlthhoiirg Slowed resignation of Marcelino lluerti! downing Tulane 13-3 two weeks will be discussed at this
David Clifton and Jimmy training squad and was experimenting /
notwithstanding.The Tucker will get a $45,000 bonus and a with the Also tabbed for just part- as head football coach at WitH-ago, ._. .. .___ .__ __ __ time.g __. .._ __ _. '\
Is that [Slaughter. three-platoon,
story ta State University was announced
the ,
time duty against Bengals !
no-cut three-year pact guaranteeing$100,000. Friday night's schedule finds system for the first time, faced Monday, conflrmlni '
7-1-1 and No. 7 in the final
More power to him. All well and good. Santa Fe at Lake City, Mel- the toughest Southeastern Conference two weeks of rumors. LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
But I can't help thinking how hard Florida coaches workedto rose at Bronson Greenville at schedule of any team In Associated! Press poll today, Is Huerta, former University o

get the grlddcr to come to Gatorland) four years ago. Lake Butler and Bell at Cedar a decade.In fine guard Bill Ttichbourg lie Tampa coach said he will become l
father said no. Is slowed by two knee Injuries.
except !beat
chance Georgia
They bad a order they head football coach am
was going to follow. In the family tradition and becomea Key.Lake Butler expected to bat- 313. Tulane 364 Vanderbilt 24- It la expected Jerry Anderson athletic director at Parsons Col, NON TRANSFERAILI

a veterinarian tle Trenton for top spot In the 0, North Carolint 21-0, Tennessee will start at ml d die doge, Fairfield JOWl, and hope INSTANT CREDIT Te Holders Net. Credit
There Is n> fault with this. It's fine that a son obeys his Area may possibly be with o u t 19.6. Florida 17-14. Mississippi guard on defense In place of I Ito take some of his prwenl t
dad and elects to keep the family ties moving. the services of two starters in Stale 2W. Louisiana State Richbourg. :staff with him.

its Friday night opener. 17', Georgia Tech 24-7 and Auburn Linebacker Jack Card will( Hurrta, In three seasons al t GAS WELL
Gators Tried Hard Guard Jimmy Thomas All -| 2114.Arkansas. miss the game entirely. llli(['Wichita, had a record of 14 victories :
Area whiz who averaged more under Coach Frank Injured knee Is still encasedIn and IS defeats.' He wa

tried hard to sell the elder Frederlckson on the than IS points per game last Broyles, meanwhile also was a cast and he ha been told|'head coach at Tampa for 10 111 NW. ltd St. Phase I72-HS9
Florida his son play for the Caters and study at theUP' season and (-2 forward Larry going through 10 games unblem by doctors not tit risk ajwa-l"years ,
Idea of Clyatt are listed as doubtful
taking pre-requisite courses that would help Ished. The Porkers who have <
four years veterinarian. He then could go to Auburn for participants. never won a national championship i
become a
him Lake
Thomas was taken to a
got by Oklahoma State,
Butler hospital following t h eTigers' "
Tulsa Texas Christian and Bay
Potato Bowl football lor, then reached their peak L Cdr
game at Hastings He still I Is
with 14-13 triumph over -
a previously reuPir
hospitalized for what is listedas
unbeaten then top-
exhaustion and nerves.
ranked and defending national
Clyatt. who was a starter
last season and a valuable member champion Texas.
of the team also became Both Alabama and Arkansas

ill after the football game and have major bowl dates. 'Bama
his playing status Is unknown meeting fifth ranked Texas In

On Saturday night's slate are the Orange Bowl and the Razor-
his advanced study.Auburn's wis that school had It all In one spot And Choctawhatchee at Gainesville backs going against sixth-
pitch than Florida. Cross City at Williston Lake ranked Nebraska in the Cotton
did a better Job selling ""
Auburn went to Auburn played the kind of football I Butler at Trenton and Chieftain BowL viC'aF1ik'k

Florida So Tucker coaches knew he would and could,.became an All- I at Newberry. The final-..Top Ten with first-

I America as they figured too. t.

And Just as ago Pepper, he drew Rodgers the expected UP backfield Juicy coach pro pact Intimatedfour and

he Now took years It what happens to the elder FrederkkHO'i dream of :\i j a w fORTlAfD WITH faRTHEr[

his son becoming vet? 1 1f

be Wed me, ef Tucker tie flaest will veteran don't worry.performers Tea years Ia the from National sow Football !fce'U.. I .........., ... 1 NEVER NEED PRESSING

League.It i ,
couldn't happen to a nicer young man and I'm for him. '. JIII' i t. ,

But, oh, bow I would have liked to have seen him In ( i k tlw that drat d BTB 'IIW MhwM.IO'.C .....enaoe
the same backfield with Larry Dupree for three seasons! ..,as f wwaea Ml ,..esi,n.4
'J k now. N+.--."...< .* UNI M4 V.aYf f*
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Little Things Count ) h; $ A re... ........i's'ssr'epe....... Ms .stt
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sometimes between good football ?ZfA' 11 t Sf
make the difference jour M ,, jilt, s r io.tra. "
team and your great one. o
The Caters wield .... aced Ticker as *. effrtUve fallback 111 ,. y la a trade marls ef fiber .1141"."..., .In*.
Just at Ashes did the tot thru games this seat**. r
back i.. YOUTHS. 27 to II l sets
He would have na from HcflyweW to the miss and .
.h yardage ks tine seas***. Y.e n. bet M diaL MEN'S 32 to 40 '."
Auburn didn't waste him don't misunderstand. But you BEEFEATERBEEFEATER. M
watch him with the New York Giants. HeH be a ground-

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Now for Michigan, Jets to Warn $ $ $ SignBy

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Uth-round choice. end from East Texas State Pot had been a 14th-round future

Oregon State 5s Illinois linebacker Dick But- The San Francisco 4gerl ser was drafted last yaras a choice of the Oakland Raiders
of the AFU
kus apparently Is leaning 'heavi,signed Fred Polser, a defensive future on, the 10th round. Polser
ly toward the National Football
By DICK COUCH No. ( In The AP poll beat League but the rival American
Associated Press Sports WrltelRos. Michigan In the NCAA semifinals League Is leaning on Alabama Phils Danny Carter
Bowl fever gives way to:I last March. quarterback Joe Namath. Swap
hoop la on the Michigan and I San Francisco No. t In the The lure for Namath may be
Oregon State campuses tonight t pre season balloting meets an a alary-bonus package in the
when the Wolverines, early favorites ,. Oregon State club rebuilding neighborhood of $150,000 and the For Pitcher Herbert.
to succeed UCLA as the! after the loss of 7 foot Olympian Mt I II Ir possibility he might step In
nation's No. 1 college basketba I Mel Counts. Valentl replaces quicker as a first-string quarterback -

team entertain little Ball State i Slats Gill as the Beavers' pilotFourthranked I In the AFL. i By CHARLES MAHER swinger he bad 14 homers and''runs

and the Beavers under new o Davidson and Namath was made the No. 1 1 Associated Press Sports Writer drove In 75 runs In 1964. Held, a Draft U Players

coach Paul Valentl meet highly fifth-ranked Duke open tonight pick of the New York Jets In the: HOUSTON (AP) The Phila- 32-year-old utihtyman batted In the annual player draft
rated San Francisco In key against Wake Forest and Virginia AFL and the St Louis Cardinals delphia Phil lea have becomethe .238: with 49 RBI In 111 games. Monday, major league teams

season openers. Tech respectively. Others Ri in the PFL. The Cardinal, however leading volume dealers at Herbert who will be 33 Dec. picked up 63 players for J57,.
More than 50 major I. major powers In action Include have one of the best young the winter baseball meetingsbut 15, had a 20-9 record in 1962 and
are scheduled on the cam Minnesota vs. South Dakota quarterbacks in the league,' their manager says he's still the winning pitcher In the 000.Only
was four selected In
paign's formal opening date, State North Carolina Clem- Charley Johnson. The Jets have were the
; vs. not satisfied. He wants another second All Star game that year. draft at
Michigan and Oregon State, son; Bradley vi. Northern Dick Wood an inconsistent pet- pitcher and he'd settle for Bo regular $25,000 each.
whose football teams meet at: Michigan; Kansas vs. Arkansas 4mi form r. Belinsky.Belinsky'a. He Injured his elbow swinging The rest were first-year players
Pasadena Calif., New Year's I ; St Louis vs. North Dakota I a bat last season and was acquired for $8,000 each.
fShe's Potential desire to
Has get
away 4 to July 13. He the
out from June Among $25,000 drafteeswas
share the spotlight with and Notre Dame
Day vs. Lewis. Weeb Ewbank, coach of the from the Loa Angeles Angela Is finished with a e-7 record and a Duke Carmel who once
Southern powers Duke and Da UCLA which has lost All Jets, said Monday that Namath' exceeded only by their urge to''3.46 earned-run average com- played for the New York Met
vidson. America Walt Hazzard but retains has "the potential of being an- unload him. Angel General
who selected
pleting only one game. and was by the
Michigan will field a veteran iharpshootinf Gail Goodrich other Johnny Unilas. Manager Fred Haney says
team led by Bill Buntln and puts Its 30-game winning A Coach; Ewbank should know. He there has been a lot of Interest I. Cater batted, 24, .296 a right-handed in CO games bitter I New Carmel York 27 Yankees., hit 35 homers for
Cam). Russell vhlch narrowly streak on the Una Friday night un-I In the controversial lefthander ,
Jackl. Stringer 22-year-old Tuba University coed veiled Unitns at Baltimore. with the Phils and drove in 13 Buffalo and drove In 99 runsADVMTISIMENT .
outpointed UCLA's ,defending at Illinois. Third-ranked Wichita Is an unofficial: football assistant coach at Roosevelt "We want this boy real bad', but not being a banker, )
champions In The Associated opens Saturday against Long Junior High School. She cot Interested when a boyfriend said Jets owner Sonny Werblln Haney is not particularly Interested (
Press pre-ieason poll of sportswriters Beach, Calif., State. quit the post and she took over. Miss Stringer "And we plan to get him" In Interest.

and broadcasters. Vanderbilt, No. I, breaks In 38-25-37 shows correct blocking form to two play Butkus meanwhile, said "I "They haven't come up with "WHYHAVE
Following their openeagainst Syracuse er8. tee wuswte Ie OIl. fuel think I'll go with the Bears. I'll what we want," he said.
Ball State the WolverInes Kansas State, Nos. 7' probably sign sometime duringthe "I haven't been able to find
face a major test at Duke and 8, have Wednesday dates week. I am confident of out what the Angels want for
Friday night. The Blue Devils, with American University and Little A-A Team playing pro although I know 1 I Belinsky," said Philadelphia HAIR"v
Creighton, respectively and St. will have trouble. I hope Bill Manager Gene Mauch "But
Norton Tops John's, N.Y., No. 10, opens George sticks around for a few I want him." '
against Temple Saturday Boasts Top Stars more years. I wouldn't mind The Phillies, shaking off the f1(
i Offense playing behind him." shock of their recent stretch .)1'' "
SEC ; dive pulled the first biter- ""
Roy Bailey I Butkus was the No. 1 pick of
I NEW YORK (AP; If yoi rounds a man and their height Chicago and taken in the AFLon league trade of the/ year Sun
Sp lurrier 3rd High on 587 are good, It doesn't matter is 6 feet, 2'4\ Inches. The ball the second round by the Denver day acquiring first baseman
much just where you play. arrlers weigh 189 and are 61. Broncos. Dick Stuart from the Boston v
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) Roy Bailey of First Baptist The defensive line figures are Red Sox for pitcher Dennis Bennett
Unless Mississippi quarterbackJim Church led the Church Leagueat Take the case of Jerry Cole, 221 and 6-2 while the backs are U Edge For AFL '
Weatherly comes up with a Palm Lanes Monday night Southwest Texas State football 181 and 8 feet The AFL defeated the NFL l- Then, on Monday Philadelphia
superhuman effort next week. with a 587 series. He rolled player, as an example.A The two platoons are markedby I in signings Monday with the traded outfielder Danny
end two Southeastern Confer. 171 182 234. year ago the 6-foot 4-Inch four massive tackles. Al- Buffalo Bills getting the bit Cater to the Chicago White
ence football offensive honors go Other scores Included a 532 athlete was named as an end on phonse Dotson of Grambllng, Is Jump by signing five, including Sox for veteran pitcher Ray
to Kentucky's signal caller Rick by Clark Powell First Methodist The Associated Press Little College the biggest at 268 pounds and 6 their No. J pick Villanova tackle Herbert.In .
Norton ; Cliff Olesen, First Bap- All-America team. Todayhe feet, 5 inches. He Is on the offensive Al Atkinson. yet another deal the Phils
The tame goes for Mississippi tist, 921; R. P. Mathison, First Is a defensive halfback on line along with William The Bills also signed Floyc sold Journeyman first-baseman
State's fullback Hoyle Granger Methodist 827; Frank: Martin the 1964 aggregation. There Fuller of Sacramento state, whoIs Hudlow, Arizona defensive bacl! Vic Power back to the Angels,
who must catch the Wildcats' First Methodist, 524; Henry were times during the past season 240 and 64. and a No. 10 selection; tw from whom he was acquiredlate ---
Rodger Bird in another depart Rogers, Advent Christ Ian when Cole was used at end, The defensive twins are John Uth-round choices Auburn last season. The price was .iMjnville, Ky. Decision? you prefer you Con call for on
ment. i 520; Wilfred Michaud, HIghland but most of the time he was statistics busy bringing down opposingball State (6-3 and 245)) and Wichita halfback Pete Mills- amtni: baldness !II not on easy you of absolute ,"v. and a
Southeastern Conference Presbyterian 513; and Robert In the day the Wash hint to live with. It open you m.I"m: .. .1.....
released Tuesday by SEC Bob, Caldwell First Methodist, carriers. Buries of Willamette (6-3 and plus one of last year's futures, ington Senators purchased 'or beyond your actual years; It
Commissioner Bernie i Moore,510. Cole Is the only repeater from 220)). Notre Dame end Paul Costa catcher Doug Camllli from the :directly affect your pride each Results guaranteed by the Ebb
show the two Kentucky wizards Bailey's 234 was top single 1963 to make this year's star The offensive backfield is Buffalo previously had signed Los Angeles Dodgers for about .lime, you look Into a mirror or9antsohon. We don't ask you
firmly on top. I game while First Baptist roll studded lineup. For the first made up of Charles Green of its No. 1 selection-Ohio State the same price. : 'Sure 0 the, you pacifier can, that keep boldness hanging it on a to take our word. You will, be
But Kentucky Is through for ed 853-984-1080 3017. The 1080 time since 1953, The Associated Wittenberg, at quarterback; tackle Jim Davidson. I The Senators then consummated Ian of virility etc etc. Take given a written guarantee front
the season while Mississippiand was best game. Splits were Press i has picked both a defensive William Cline of East Carolina The Kansas City Chiefs signed a late-evening transaction hirty minute of your tint: to the beginning to end on a prorated
Mississippi State play Dec. made by Cladwell &-I; Dudley and an offensive platoon and Gerald Allen of Omaha at Iowa State linebacker Mike Cox by trading outfielder Chuck ee the Ebb Hair Specialist. He basis.

I. Gerrald Advent Christian, 5- from among the heroes who. star the halfback posts and Randy and Otis Taylor, a flanker from Hinto to the Cleveland Indiansfor !hoe your been city, making far years regular to you know vlsitiro M.I. ,.".tI' ..101..... li the
Bird leads In rushing, with (71 10.; Harry Williams, First Na- for the smaller colleges. Schultz of the State College of Prairie View A4M. Denver first-baseman Bob Chance t.. If reliable. H. will, explain, In ceus of eeef mejerlr* efef
ret yards In 133 carries for an zarene, 4-7-10; Ernest Haufler, The colleges may be small, Iowa at fullback. signed Miller Farr, Wichita fullback and infielder-outflelder Woody JetaiI I just what, con or cannot ease, ..1..... ..d".

average of 5.0 per foray. Au- First Nazarene' MO; and Oscar but the athletes are not. The Green, whose team was The and the Broncos' top fu Held. >e done for you.. I Ebb hair. method low, for nor which..., other neither...,h.thi.
burn's Tucker Frederickson, Haufler, 57. offensive line averages 228 Associated Press' smallcollegeteam ture choice. The 28-year-old Hinton I It li easy to wait but If you'll le effective, end .... Ebb. metliW
who also won't see another col. of the year, has the unique The Green Bay Packers put right-handed hitter batted, .274 take a good look at an old picture will net help these whe .,. rick
lege contest U next with a 45 llstlnction of playing on teams the NFL on the Scoreboard by In 138 games for Washingtonthis ) then you'll know you have held after .f ....".1 heirIMI.
average. Granger Is third with Pastratio VictorIn that went unbeaten the past six signing Georgia Tech linebacker past aeason. He had 11 been welmif to act now. If I .

171 net yards In 113 carries for years. He was quarterback of Bill Curry. homers and batted In 153 runs. Sill: STAFf DIRECTOR M. J. HORNICK
a SI iverage-wlthln shooting the West Milton Ohio, High The Minnesota Vikings signal Chance 24, in his first full ATtTHOMAi HOTEL CAINESVILLI FLA.
,School that was all-winning in Dave Osborn a back from season with the Indians, hit WHIM WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2. 1964$ I
distance of Bird. Title Fight II Of call M. J. Hormck. .t The.'.. Hotel) FOR AN APPOINTMENT
Norton leads In both passingand I his junior and senior seasons. North Dakota. Osborn was their .270 in 120 games. A southpaw ItTWEEN I :00 AND ISO F M.
combined offense with '"'" I I
second. The Kentuck- jIi -
Weatherly By GRANVILLE WATTS puncher figures to come In at
Ian completed It passes for Associated Press Writer 148 pounds one over the welter .
1514 yards and nine touchdowns, LONDON (AP) With weekly ,, limit and have about a 10- I Ii
while has 13 completions
boxing knocked out of tele\I pound weight advantage.
(40 and five talliesIn .
slon In the United States, Amei- Pastrano a 7-4 favorite over
combined offense, Norton
lean fighters are Journeying to, Downes, appeared to be tralllni t
has a total yardage' of 1311 with England for the big money going into the 11th round 01 i t r" s + i t
Weatherly next at 1174. these days. their 15-rounder. '
Weatherly, meanwhile, Is being
Florida Light heavyweight champion Then the normally lighthitting
pursued by
hotly i
Willie Pastrana of Miami
quarterback Steve Spurrier, who champion opened up with a
cashed In about 163,1X10 for stopping
could take second place honors barrage of punches that twice Hi
with an outstanding ihow Terry Downes In the 11th dropped the former co-holder of
against Louisiana State. round of a title defense at Man. the middleweight title. Referee I

Charles C ass r of Florida Chester Monday night. Then he Andy Smyth of Ireland stopped r
promptly offered Britain's box It at 117: of the 11th after counting
leads receiving with 45
In .
pass +
receptions for 647 yards and log bookmaker another shot at t to three. Downes wn down .1 .. .a
four touchdowns. the crown In London early next for eight the first time.
year. Terry may take It Downes has a $700,000 stake In I
Detroit Ends There aren't many pay days a string of betting shops and I
like that awaiting wily Willie doesn't need the money he
Grid Sport; back home.Pastrano. makes boxing. But he wants to I
then headed for Lon. win an undisputed title and may I
Too CostlyDETROIT don to watch welterweight take up Pastrano's offer for the
champion Emile Griffith of New him with
(AP) The sport return. surprise t
York take on British lightweight The aggressive, free-swinging
of football has been dropped
of Detroit ting Dave Charnley In a non- Briton was ahead &-3 In rounds,
from the University I
after 61 years but not without title rounder tonight with two even, on The Assoclat-, I
clamor and sorrow. Griffith who picked up 156,000 ed Press' scorecard for the SWEATERSthe
Hundreds of students, chantIng In London only last Sept 23 in completed 10 rounds. Per custom .
"We want football" demonstrated an easy conquest of Welshman referee Smyth's card was .
Brian Curvls In a title defense not disclosed.
the Monday
on campus
will collect indispensable gift
night within hours after De- upwards of 110.000 Pastrano weighed 1744
troll's formal announcementthat against Charnley at Wembley pounds to Downes' In."i""i .
the Titans were giving up Stadium's Indoor arena. Pastrano'i record la 63-124 '
intercollegiate football. Griffith Is a J-l favorite over 'including 13 knockouts. Downes, i for every man
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Sloan 'Excited I Bryant Top SEC Coach

(AP) -. points, including two first plac
\ Paul (Bear) Bryant, who guided I votes. Charlie McClendon 01 I pill
d1qN.AtoI4ip Alabama to>> an undefeated football (-, Louisiana State was third with
Over Gator TeamBy se.SOftt was voted Southeastern 31 points.

Conference Coach d the Others receiving votes included .
Year today In a Nashville Ban Charlie Bradshaw of Kentucky

JOE HALBERSTEIN slty playing material and outlined I' ner poll of SEC coaches. 18; Doug Dickey,Tennessee 1yda.a at vaku .
Sun Sporta Editor the schedule and Southeastern ; .. ( ,. The Alabama "ill" "We've got a chance," Flor- Conference race. : : piled a lifetime 29-year coach- 10; Ralph Jordan Auburn 3, In.ur.aod Cpntstm.
Ida basketball coach Norm a n He touched on rules changes, ,I'' 1 I ng record of ISO victories, 49 and Ray Graves, Florida, 1 .today117/
Sloan told members of the Tip new setup for officials in the ," ,, losses and 13 ties. His seven- Bryant will receive a plaque
off Club Monday night as be SEC art the ticket situationat year record at Alabama Is 60M. at the Banner's annual Banquet N.!.
.,,...,t+ad,...: evaluated Gator prospects for the UP. 1 I of Champions here Dec. It
196U5 Runner-up to Bryant was The award has been 16>h Are.
>., ,. ,., "I' cant stress the importanceof given
Nave Cet qR t .M It was the Initial meeting ot Vince Dooley of Georgia with. 48, each year since 1935.. I II
4l purchasing season f PhoneFRanklin
ue tge.I? the group and was held at the --- -- ---- - -I
Sloan said. With our huge student -
aWItJ1.I? Golf and Country Club.
wH" body and our lack of seating
Sloan said, "I'm excited, In HEATER REPAIR
space, the general public 2-0444
referring to the determination
...,, sa, Just wont be able to get (In by
and attitude displayed .by his purchasing general adtniss Ion Quick ncknt Mrvlc Trained and .xp.r.tnctd
Gator cagers in pre season tickets. That's what it will cometo. Reasonable ram Mrvlc mn Ralph Turlington
practices. The athletic department will NORMAN SLOAN Rodio dipatttwrf truck 24 Hour Mrvlc
"But we wont' know Just what S Service on all makes of tqulpmcnt Peiiats
we've accomplished until they lave to stop tickets aellin'lener.1 to the public admission he's excited OTJC ALL AMIRICAN' STATE FARM F3F]
go out there Wednesday night Ph. .8268 COsHIATING AIR -aMS..wan."M*nmtmiim I 99 I
against VMI and get tested under Ticket Plan I CO. I otHm'im' y
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fire, Perry ,
Commends Cagers assistant to the athletic director -

Sloan paid tribute to the Gator outlined the season ticket
for their hard work. plan for club members. PriceIs
Frank's HappyArkansas "this has been the most pleasant 13150 for 13 home games with 'BS Dodge Coronet
practice period I've ever purchaser able to pick his seat
known," he said "The in the section An allotted
coach Frank Broyles signed a new six- boys
number has been set aside,
year pact with a raise to $22,000 after his'Razor. have worked hard. They know
Moore said and when
what have to do and
backs went 10-0-0, won the Southwest Conferencetitle they 1
and a host berth in the Cotton Bowl (AP hey've. done It. They deservethe added., there will be no more

\Virephoto to>> Sun. best and that means a now..a big full-size
.great year, a conference cham John Jennings, club captain, beautyyou
outlined season's plans and
pionship. I think they've got a
6 Schools Form chance." John Baldwin gave details of
The UP coach said sophomores the programs coming up Next
on the squad would be meeting Is on Dec. IS, when
"hyper ventilated" Wednes-I Rockey Marciano will be the

New' Sports Loop night It's in their the opener.first game"It's,retired guest| speaker.unbeaten Marciano heavywelgh la the can own for less than

and the only way to overcomeit :boxing champion who lives In
BRANFORD small I I 1 I dent John Perdue, Newberry Is by gaining playing exper- Miami.
blob schools Joined in a new principal, Is the vice president \ ence"

athletic conference Monday' ; and Les Rhoden, Keystone Sloan gave a rundown on var
night in a meeting here. Heights grid coach, sec- the cost of those so-called
The loop will be the Suwannee retary. U
Valley Conference Member -, The schools drew up a con- LBJ Thanks CAIy
schools are Noah rr), stituthn and agreed to participate lI
Trenton, Keystone eIghts I 'In football basketball, Olympians $100
Branford, Jennings and Greenville baseball and track. -
A football schedule wa President I ( ) low priced :
Bill Jamerson, Branford football -drawn up for 1965, subject I cars
coach, was elected presl contract approvalIt tion'. "thank you" at a White 1
is planned to get the leagueoff House luncheon today to medal FISH FRY ,
the ground with a track winners on the American Olympic I.J
SEC Teams meet next spring. team that surprised the EVERY
Next league meeting will be world at Tokyo. user
Open Season hi August In conjunction with It was the first time United WEDNESDAY
the annual Florida Athletic States Olympians had been so l
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Coaches Association clinic II honored and Art Lend, assistant NIGHT .

Five Southeastern Conference the University of Florida. executive director of the B PM to 8 PMt
teams open their basketball seasons All the schools formerly play- V.S. Olympic Committee, f
tonight against nonconference ed In the Suwannee Conference termed the Presidents hospitality t p111i n
teams, while the rest of except Keystone Heights which "a wonderful boost for our I HOWARD
the conference gets underwaylater was In the St Johns River Con Olympic: team"
in the week. ference. The United States won M first JofliuonJ

The big game pits SEC challenger places In the Tokyo Games, 2t
Auburn against major independent UF's Bennett, seconds and tt thirds as compared .
Georgia Tech. This with 30 first places for
:Miami's Brown
2830 N.W.
will be Techs first basketball highly favored Russia, 31 seconds -
game outside the SEC, as the Given Honors and 35 thirds.In .
Yellow Jackets withdrew last all 125 individuals won 151 13th I Icf
summer. JACKSONVILLE (AP) Bob medals at Tokyo, and the U.s. That's right'A brand new'65 Coronet ,
The will be played at Brown, University of Miami Olympic Committee was able to Dodge *loaded with "' ..y-.un cost !less than comparable model'

Tech's game Alexander Memorial ColIseum )- tackle> is the Lineman of the round up about 100 for the White Street the low price three Doubt It? Just check the facts and figures then go see your Dodge Boys for your
Week In state footbalL
where,the Jackets have college House luncheon. own beautiful Coronet-the hot
"Brown was head and shouders new Dodge at the new lower price.PooleGable.
lost only one game In two years.
all other linemen
Auburn Is expected to be one of ,"over said Miami our Coach Charlie Doctors Win PhoneFR
the top teams In the SEC this
Tate after reviewing films of
Monday night's action In the
year his team's 12-10 loss to Florida.I 6.6586
Other games find Howard at Adult Flag Football League
The selection was announced Motors
Alabama, Loyola at Louisiana saw the Med Students prove .
by Jack Hairston, president of DODGE
,Stet! Northeast Louisiana s' the Florida Sports Writers Association too much for the Variety Store. .........fW Negry......,
Mississippi State and Louisiana The final score was Med Students BOYS
and Sports editor ot 119 5.1 lat AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
, Tulane ,
College at the Jacksonville Journal. 40. Variety Store 12. |
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The SEC favorite, Vanderbilt,
Runnerup was Syd MacLean,
opens its season Thursday night, Florida tackle credited by
host to Rice. Other
playing top
coaches with playing "probably

tucVy contenders Friday, begin respectively., Tennessee Wednesday and Ken.and U1 safety Earlier. k..t Bruce gane Florida of Bennett his defensive career was!,;" 1111)) 111111 ))11111)1) II 11)1) IPillJlJI II Ii) 111111 11" ), 11I1 II) 1111 II JI ) 1111)) 11)1)

Here Is the weeks complete
named Back of the Week.
schedule: ,
Tuesday Howard at Alabama .

Auburn at Georgia Tech,
Loyola at LSD, Louisiana College WE GOT MOTOROLA'S
at Tulane, Northeast Lout!
siana at Mississippi State.

Tennessee Wednesday VMI si- Florida Richmond .t/I SO BIG. ? FULL YEAR GUARANTEE

Thursday Rice at V.nder.1 'CAUSE WE =-

tilt. North Carolina at Georgia, CHARGE SO LITTLE

Mississippi Friday -at Baylor Arkansas at Tulane AIM,I I '.nt.c.r from S? covers all the tubes and parts in every TV set for one full year,

Iowa at Kentucky, Southeast XCONO- .:=:- .=.

.Louisiana at Mississippi Slate, 99 not just 90 days
Saturday Baylor at LSU, .' .=. .. ==
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Stetson at Florida
Auburn, Southwestern at Tulane -I .. on fewrnc* AI === =

Southern, Texas Methodist at Mississippi at Vanderbilt .,: Phone NO TO odor MX FR AiaroeT CHAICI-3544 and you get a roll-around cart FREE with any of these portables ?- t

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DEAR ABBY: I received a clipping from your column company( I would invite them. I do not miss people. My NAMEC/

In this momln,'! mall It was about a neighbor who hada cats are better friends tome than any of my neighbors.
houseful of cats. The house smelted to high heaven, there LOVES CATS IN CHARLOTTE, N. C. fvt / 4RIE GR l ,
were cat hairs all over the furniture and the place was filthy, HE"SHIDIN'eNTt IET I, NAD SiMCE Ttl' /J l ,i,
and for that reason nobody wanted to visit her. DEAR ABBY: Somebody wanted to be sure I didn't miss (CLUMP a TREES ; )ygRGO WASH i /' 1
Well, I must be that person because I do have a houseful that letter In your column about the lady who kept a lot of z (SOMEWHARM .

of cats, but I would like to lay something: cats, .M they tore It out of the CHICAGO'S AMERICANand
Half of these cats are not mine! It seems that when any. mailed It to me. I wasn't fooled for a minute. I know <
one In this town wants to get rid of a cat, or some new who sent It. She's a neighbor of mine who loves birds.. Tell
born kittens, they drop them off In my yard because they hr to sweep her own doorstep first At least my cats know
know I love cats and I will give them a good home. I c&!'- what a sandbox Is for. She lets /her birds out of their cages -
ed the Humane Society once to come and pick up some and they fly all over her house 1 Then she burns Incense -
cats that weren't mine. They came out, but were unable to to cover up the odor.Whew!
catch them. Now, if you can tell me how to get rid of the TO THE BIRD LADY FROM THE CAT LADY
cats that are not mine, I will be glad to do so. I will not '.
destroy them. DEAR ABBY: Please put this In your column for the I
CAT LOVER IN PHOENIX, neighbor who complained about my cats, but didn't want to
e "hurt my feelings." My house !is as clean as any house in : GOODY.'I'MLUKEV I I SHOREAMTICKLED WENT OVER THIS ,-7 I
DEAR ABBY: There are worse ;people than cat lovers this neighborhood, and my cats do not smell! BARLOW'S I GOIN'OVERTHAR MORIMIN' GOT '
you know. I am referring to people who tear something Of all'the house pets, the cat Is by far the cleanest. If r- 60TA BRANP-NEWX\ RIGHT SEE TH'NOW LEETLE AN'H TH'LASTSEESARLUKE o.'i' ,
out of a newspaper and mail it to someone without signing my neighbors were as clean as my cats, I'd be satisfied.If FELLER r5 / HAD (
their name. you think you can get me to move, you are sadly mis- CD m m o i f +

Someonemalled.meyourcolutnl.Inlt! was a letter taken., I was here first, and if you don't like having me
: about a neighbor who lived alone except for '. houseful of for a neighbor, YOU can move!
cats. They said the house stank, the furniture was filthy MINDING MY OWN BUSINESS IN MADISON
i there were cat hairs all over the place and that was the .
reason nobody ever wanted to visit the woman. They went DEAR ABBY: I read about that woman who collected
I on to say that the woman herself was a very nice person cats and the neighbors complained. She sounds like my :T i'
I and they didn't want to hurt her feelings by telling her. mother. Did that letter come from Victoria, Texas to 1
Well, Abby, In the first place, I do not have a "houseful" WILLIE MAE IN CLEVELAND o /
f of cats. I have only 16. In the second place, If I wanted DEAR WILLIE MAE No. It came from Baltimore. j

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Dear Heloise: The water will gently seep down I coffee, I find that the coffee becomes LETTER OF LAUGHTER
I use white candles in into th.'plant. hard If It Isn't used soon Dear Heloise: wMAT1 TN.e. X DO, CHAPLAIN!
candlesticks but to take BlllMDear I It is unbelievable the amountof M MR.5 Te+i R !
e I cut a piece of plastic from JT CM* s.
away from the stark whiteness,, < dry cleaner's bag and it goop from baby cereal, AMKIMSOCK /
Heloise l : strained fruit and vegetablesthat ,. 0 0 Ta+s J"r
I marbleize! them with ordinary on top of the Jar then" screw .i
kitchen matches. I.m handicapped and have can collect on a bighchalr
the top on tight the
Found a good line for those pla. plas- or baby table.I .
I twirl the candles as 1 hold tic catsup and mustard contain tic. I really think It would be a

I a lighted match under them, ers. It goes on easily and serves superior glue!
and It gives them a smoked effect They are Just the thing for CM same purpose as the round Mrs. J

\ putting water Into my steam piece of waxed paper which IIi I e .
I Evelyn Drachjer Iron. No spilled water when trying stuck on the jar when you tint Dear Heloise: I
to flu the steam iron now!11 open it I '
Tiers a dolly to figure out was experimenting with
I that *..! I just tried It wills a Do you have any more abort Jean Roseman your suggestion to sew on' buttons -
"gopher" males (lighteneand. cuts for the handicapped? Maybe e 0 with the sewing machine by
I g-for another) and It's beautiful handicapped people I removing the foot feed and turnIng -
will write In and l know
lei you a Dear Heloise'
(The candle sot the the wheel with your band
I match.) ,stew things they have tried I My dining room table used to and allowing the stitches to go
I M. J. E. be hard to whenI back and forth through the MOM!.. swv..mse path Tins cttA2v
IICLOISE very open a+ ws oLP tAOV OF/I ME, e .,,. -tACRAN
Dear M. J.
E.I I 61T + : 60TTA 6ET Orr Olf D.E .
wanted it put In extra leaves.I holes In the button. I RI/. S
I e How sweet *f 1H te let .tl
waxed the pegs and now the However I found that my eaa r
I know about D* steam rol. It's : eFes
I cloth sometimes got caught on v /aOfhXT
Dear Hclolse: a i fantastic Idea. Tie little. table opens and ttottt easily r
the feed when sliding the button \
Rachel Patterson t
I To keep house plants water, hid stream 01 water squirts N'ts back and forth e tssecra b
( ed while you are away, cut a Ue ana ....Will). I hips. ny B.ia.r feeds this : So I took the feed COVE.
strip Of cloth two Inches wide' Let's aU help tack Mart.knytoe .. aim! '
plate from buttonhole
ny ittachiMtit -
' and two feet long. Put one have say more Meat? How wed I remember an he and covered the feed
I end of the strip In a pail of If M, please write t*> HeMac strata awl rMlorUo lavdved of the machine. U enables tie

, water which is set higher than care ef this paper, !Ia gelling ..r big dialog rm to guide the button back a a d
the plant, and bury the other HELOISE '
table .pen it put to a** ei forth with more NIt wilts
I end of the strip to the soil of o i its kites wtee
ctnpaay out snagging the material ..
the plant. Dear Heloise: coala' the macrlr*. ,I
This Is good fur about a week When I buy a Jar of Instant I Mrs. U Lustier




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I I'' Late Morning and citrus growers welcomed today

a cold wave that drove Status

Readers' N. Y. Listing temperatures below or Dear
Request freezing {in north and central u

ADlsChal 20% InlPap 34%. Florida. In Suwannee
Tn. 1sHswlne trfcrf ........ ... AmAIr 44% Jones&L 70% The cold, dry air helped to t ;. ,
MMNMIIy W tMfttrt M HwT"
cure ;;.. raw wll"IMIOIy .. STOCK LISTINGS Amen 43* KalsAl 30 firm up and sweeten oranges, Duval Marion

AmCyan 6* Ken'cott t5% tangerines andgrapefruit and ,

KercftWulbemMuTDhev. Amidst( 14* Ltg&My 18 to overcome fungus and Insect
III AT&T 65* Loch'd 37* problems which had developed And Nassau

" NEW YORK Xerox .-_..?. >4%I 84,800 CBS 42 oft M AmTob 351i Lorillard 44% during one of the warmest Novembers
J STOCK EXCHANGE Zenith _._ .*. 65%I 14,300 Xerox Corp 1441 off 554 AmpxCp 15 Mag'vox 32% on rtcord. Nineteen Ky. (AP) -

Abbott Lab _.__ 149 43''a5" 49,200 Chrysler MH up H ACL 67* MM&M MM "We weren't alarmed at all,'" Florida have public high schools In
OVER THE COUNTER: Babcock 37% Mohasco 1444. laid Warren Johnson, chief of lost accreditation
Allied Chem _. _. 189 521f. 48,900 U S Steel 52 oft 1 by the Southern
. Amerada Pt _._ 2.00 elAm ,\ NSW....YORK... wot.t1.M. Tn_Mlmlnt lei by bWM nit 45,200 Ch & NW Ry Mtt oft 9f/s BethStl 33 Mona'to 14% ha Federal-Slat Frost Warning Colleges and Association Schools.The of
Elc Pow .,_ 1.16b 44'4 NMIMUI Auocuilwi of McwIIlM Dtln. 43,100 Brunswick S off V 'Boeing 65% MontWd 39* Service "because this was a dry Secondary .
Inc., de KM rwrMtni Mftitl trHM cold and association stripped Its
Borden there
71 NatDalr was BO frost.
Amer Enka _._ 1.40a 89 SCOMS Out Ire lie liASD'. Utin.o "M 41,300 Sperry Rand 13H' off V 13%
Amer Hone _.' 1.44a 685 / lie 'MeI .within. wIIldI 5us. ,_., 37,200 Gen Cigar SIBS oft IH Brunawk I', NatDlst 27 "The only tender crops that sanction from IS Duval County
cwM h t NM Mie (6M> schools In
Sunday the
Amer M Fdy __ .M IS-. .ought (MMiAlico 37,200 Gen Motors '4'. off 1% CaterTr to% N.AmAv S2 ,conceivably could have been most

Armco Stl _.. 3.00 655 Land __ 11 y 34,200 Ford Motors KVt off H Celanese 74 Penney M .hurt would have been those remaining sweeping move In Its history.
Atch Topka 1.20a 33.5 30,900 Contntal Can 92H oft VAMER Chrysler! S9PRR 39% In extreme north Florida Tour other high schools were
Amer Fidel Life 32 CocsCola added to the list Monday.
Baxter Lab .38 27 135* PepCola 60 and they're way past their
Beckman In _, Amer Heritage .....__ 184 I STK EXCRAC1'M CornEd 54%. PhilMor 7SConEdii season already. Dlsaccredlted were Suwannee
nrBeecfcW 695 Amer Mat Ins ...._,._.. 1941 4 : STOCKS 92% PhlllPet{ $454' "Some High at Live Oak, Branford
S .. 1.10 $5''% vegetable crops farther
Bristol My __, .SO 6344 Anheuser Busch SO( Volume Close Change ContCan 52% RCA 3S* south, like lettuce and cabbage, Peace Corps VisitPeace High In Suwannee County, Peck
Anodyne _.,__ 5 DowChe 79%. RepStI 42% High In Nassau County and Dun-
Brown Shoe _' ,_.. 3.40 :108 like a little cool>>I weather. This
Citizens Bank 37 M.JOO New Park Mug 6H off H duPont 234* nellon High In Marion
ReyTob 41* County.
Brunswick ___ ICambeU has been needed, and was Corps volunteer Linda Illgelow shows Unler8lty .
Conn Lt & Pow 37 44, 33.100 Scurry Rnbw 17H" H EAL
S up 39% StRegP 30* welcomed." \ of Florida students The association gave lack of
Jerry of
Humphrey Plant
Cowles Mag & Pb __ 12 23.400 Signal Oil A 31% up TS E.Kodak 139* Seaboard 43 adequate physical facilities and
I :Carter Pdt -.- 1.10a 17' Dunn It Bradst .."....,_.._ 64 y 22.100 Fotochrome 11'4 off H Firestone 43% Sean 124' Temperature\ dropped to 17 to City and Mary Bourbeau of Jacksonville Informs- not enough teachers ss Its res-
Cue J I ..... ._ 34 In Florida tional material the Peace
., -- lall Florida Gaa ._.. 11 95. 19,800 TWA -Wtr 32 off < FlaPw 48 Sinclair 33 north 32, to MIn on Corps. Mr*. Illfelow,
Cessna ...._... n central from two year's In the tons In each cue except Peck
Air 1.00 3035Chea Fla Nat'l Bank ___ 84 areas, 38 to 41 In the duty Philippines, In a memberof
.. _._... ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS" FlaP&L 80% Socony 18* !: the Peace Corp recruit High. In that instance, the association
.. Ohio 4.00 11 Fla Tele ._. _.._ Zt' Ford Everglades, and 4< to M In the team visiting the Unlver-
55Spel'l''R 13%
CoaS Gas 38 Purchases ,. ,_ lower east coast city of Florida this week ( said "I combination ofreasons"
397,817 farming areas campus (Nor. 29 Dee
Forrest Labs. .. .. 18'116' ??? ?????? ? ? FreptSul 45% StBrand 13 8)).
CBS ._ I.BOb 42 Founders Lit _r. ,.. 9 Short Sales ,,,,,,,u.i ? ,,,? ..,.., '.588 FruehTr 31% StONJ 19CenDyn The low of 32 at Tampa air- A Pear Corps Information Center haa been let up led to Its decision.

.Comb Eng __ 1.20 37 Franklin Life ..._.....,........ S3% Other Sales 441,834! 35% Studebak 6% port was two degrees below a In HQ'an Lounge of the Florida Union The single most serious resultof
Comsat Corp 5341.Great American __ HVi Total Sales 453,222 CenEI B2% Swift 37* 1867 record of 34 for Dec. 1. loss of accreditation Is that
Cone ..__ .SO 22'4.Cont the action virtually disqualifies
Mills Brisk
GroHer .39 CenFda 82 winds which also helped
PREVIOUS DAY'S % Texaco 19%
Alrl _.__ .40 20\\.'Gulf lJfrilZZIIIll! 45 STOCK MARKET GenMllla 45% UCarb 129* to prevent frost formation were Is graduates of those schools from

Conti Ins _?..?....__ .. 2.20 6i1( I Home Ins ."..-,-?.??.,.?.,,?-? 68% GenMtrs 94% UnltAlre 59Vi quieting today. Small craft Jury Sought meeting college entrance re

Contrl Data ...._. 51 Kennasaw Life .._......._ v% Advances ,- -??? .. ? L,,.,.,,,,,,. 221 Goodrich: 59% UnFrult 17% warnings were lowered along quirements.
Corn Pdta _._.._ 1.50 524 Life of Fla _._"_ 1'% Declines .. .,,. 132 Coodyr 45% USSteel 32* both coast, Committees have teen formed j

Delta Air 1.60 81''% Milgo Electron ___ _.... 10V.I Unchanged -,......,. ......., 24 0 Greyhnd 22% UnlvMat 14% I In Murder TrialTrial In Duval County to attack the ,
Del Steel ___ .80 1335 Mort Guaranty Ins ,._ 25 Total Issues -.n.u 1,380,000 CulfOU 60% WestgEl 44* I UF Faculty ; problem by pressing for countywide .

Emerson E1 1.00 42 Pacific SW Air 32% New 1M3-M Highs 35 IntXarv/ 84% WlnnDIx 39% property! reevaluation to
Fair Camera __._.. .seg 25Flnan'l % New 1J6S-44 Lows I broaden the tat base and provide
Schlitz Brew _?_ 43% 33 IntMck 85% Woolwth 29% began today for 17yearold Attorneys for the three defendants
Fed _._...... 35 Secur Life & Tr _. ..." ... 561.i 3IcinIcrs) At Connie Dampier,, her all more money for the
FIt Chartr _......._... 1.97f 24'5Fat. appointed by the schools.
Southern Nitro ... _.. 26% husband and another
West. Fin __ 11'4 Travelers Ins .._ 39%I Sunland Trees Near AMA MeetTwo' charged with first degree nan murder are court William and paid Andrews by the for state Robert But officials! say {It will be

Fla E Cst _.._'_.. H'Ii' In the three years before the schools
shooting death Apr. Joiner
Food Fair __._ .90 23 AMERICAN STOCK members of the Unlverilly -' 29 of R. James Clayton for can again gain accreditation
Culpepper Gainesville Connie
_., 1.00 10 EXCHANGEAerojet.Cen Due Dampier, and Lance
FMC Corp Airport TrimThe of Florida College of Medicine -. '
I grocer. Laionby Jr. for John Dampl er.
Frito Lay __.._ to faculty participate todayIn
,. __ 25 The elate apparently will. Culpepper was shot In an exchange Set
Gen Tele _._.._ .88 36' eeulons of the American Seaway
Analex CorpAqua _._ 27''% From Sun Wire Services seek the death penalty for one of gunfire early In the
Ga Pact ._._.._, 1.00b 5744Getty FAA said trees had Medical Aiwoctatlon Clinic II 1
Chem ...._ _,_ 15% '
Oil _._._ .10a 27'4 ? TALLAHASSEE The State grown too high In the four approaches Convention in Miami Beach 'or all three defendants. morning apparently during an
Aurora Plastics _.._ 28''% To Close On
Cabinet Selection of a 12 man attempted robbery of his Wai
Grace Co __,.._ l.00b 5Blfel today approved a re to permit continued Dr. William A. Little assistant cap
CUrtis _'_ .80 17% Barnes Engineer 20%; quest to cut down pine trees use. III Jury began this morning !In do Road grocery Police have,

IBM _..?..._. ._ 5.00 412% Butler Shoe _... 124 at Sunland Training Center, Two runway approaches were gynecology professor discusses of obstetrics medical and the west courtroom of the aaid two pistols were found at Record Note
__ 15 ,
Int Min C 1.80a 38'% 1 which have blocked approach not affected the courthouse! In Gainesville. Circuit the scene; one was Culpeppur's. -
.. .._ 434 by order. Commercial complications of labor and delivery I
list Tele __ 1.00 5t .es to runway 32 at Gainesville carriers Judge J. C. Adklna Jr la Both had been find.I .
'M' used
Computer Set ,__.. 204 at a postgraduate session
___ Boa 51'1i' ? Municipal Airport.The presiding. I Joiner appeared at Alachua By JAY WALZ
.. .. these patterns the past week. In obstetrics for
Cutter Labs A. 1655 the
Lehman Cp _.__ 1.34w 31''%! runway approach Is one general Connie Louise Dampier John General Hospital, wounded In Data Control _._ 17 City Manager Bill Green said of the
practloners nation
Litton In __._ U8f 7244 Fulton bids __ 9% of four restricted by tile Federal In Gainesville the city knew lion. Scott Dampier, 21, both Starke, the cheat and hand. He subsequently MONTREAL, Qua The 81
Lone S em __'. 1.00 2'i( % Aviation Agency In an the cabinet and Robert Lamer Joiner 22 was charged In the. Lawrence seaway Is scheduledIn
,. 4'1.1 would take Dr.
Gen Develop up the Harry Prystowiky, profeisor -
Marsh Fled _.__ 1.80 52''% order Nov. 24.Commercial. Sunland Chlpley, are Indicted In the case. The Dampler were arrested close Its sixth season today
Jan Milt Mkts 844 request today. and Head of the Department
Martin M 1.00 It''% scheduled and killing two days later in Fairbanks with record traffic figures.
Mackey Airlines _. ._ 644 "I'm of Obstetrics and
glad to of this Gynecology -
chartered ,
McG Hill._ .80a 38' flights are not permitted Two prospective Jurors were and also were charged
Mead Corp ..._ 1.70 4t Mead Johnson 4 to use the restricted approaches he said. In the University's College excused, when they said they I The seaway accommodated
Pac NW Tele ....lo__.... 22% of one-third
Medicine, presides t more cargo tonnagein
Merkd _. .._ 2.00. 47 although private and Green said all land beneath a doubled they could convict,
Phillpa ElecRedwing _.___ 42V. general aircraft not affected t the the session and moderates a )Wins RoundTo 11X4 (nan II did last year.
Nato Air .__. .SO 53 are approach path to runway knowing the punishment could "
Carriers 10'4Ric by the order. 32 la owned Faculty panel of specialists 1 In And shippers want the closing
43 Sunland.
N Y Centl _' .50a % by be death.
Group .. .. ...... .. .. 2'4 I obstetrics and gynecology, Keep His day delayed, so the figures may
Nia M Pow'__ 2.00 5544 Mack Fulch, assistant to
R. Wta _,_ 8V.
Sperry be
Norfolk W ...__ '.00 1C3'4NoIndPS Syntex .? 11'1. Missing Smvannce Man Slate Atty Ted Duncan, told Vet LionWILLOW even more Impressive./

US 11% Tampa Elec .. Zt'-i' Egg Market prospective Jurors that part of GROVE, Pa. (AP) The Seaway Authority has lot
No Nat Gas _... 1.80 5t'li Tech Measur .. 17% Pulled From Canal the state's case rests on clr Howard Sautter has won the yielded, although officials I in

Olin Math __ 1.20 404 h. Wta .. ........ .. 30" JACKSONVILLE APThe. .cumstantlal evidence.. first round In his battle to keep Ottawa say It will take a week
Owens D G __... 2.50 lOt Northeast Florida Market - ---- sir in dawnn clear all the .
Vilxnir _,_ 7 I SUWANNEE -A man Restaurant here this week. ; Egg his pet lion, Leo. :
,..,._._. t! _.. .11'.. __. .1M. ..1"u -. or f;
v. missing since Saturday was end. He was a World War prices to retailers: But the war Isn't over.The I .
Pac Lung _'_ 2.40 32'44 MUTUAL FUNDS pulled from a canal here Extra large 4X45, mostly 44; MedicareStand I Department of Public:: through the SI. Lambert lock

Pac T" T___ 1.0 Ztli' Affiliated Fund I9S I yesterday. II Air Force veteran. large 40-42 mostly 41; medium Ssfety In Ablngton Township, a; her In Montreal. This I II the

Pan Amer A ,_ 1.20 3O'' Capital Life & Cr 9..soI Percy E. Summers, SI, Su The Dixie County Sheriff 32-33, mostly 34; small 2S-J1, Of Philadelphia suburb, derided at[t eastern terminus of the s* away -

Parke Day __ 1.00 29'Pennzoll 4 I Divers Growth ._ 10'2S wannee, apparently drowned office reported no foul play mostly 3031. a meeting Monday night that which opened" In 1I '.

Pfizer ___ 2.00.80a 4'42'4 1 Dividend Shares 3 83 In the canal near Bass' In Summers' death. Poultry at farms: fryers 131.i AMA DueMIAMI the 300-pound lion can stay InSautter's I Latest report from the antWlty's -
_. 2121
Dreyfus head
offlc thai
Phelps DI __. 3.00 'IS However, the board told) the, are
_. .20 112 Fidelity Cap BEACH (AP An 311 million tons of cargo were
Polaroid YOUR MONEY'S WORTH township solicitor to work up an I
Fidelity FurJ ______ 18 63 } carried up and down the water.way .
E G _' 2.80 38'4, American Medical Association
Pub Sv ordinance
forbidding the keepIng -
Fidelity Trend ...._. -. 11.70Fund'W on (,*59 vessels this year.
Pure Oil UO 531iRJyonler committee meets behind closed of wild animals.
__ 1.00 40 : Invest __ 11.14, doors today to decide the life or Ssutler, a filling station owner Last y..rIt/ figures were 2t,.

'1IexaU JOb 56''" Incorporated Income of Boston Inc: ___ 991 1.71,; Why the Higher Bank Rates death of four compromises on appeared at tine board meeting : 92UM boa and 1,017 vessels

Reyn Mel ___ JO 32'4 Keystone K-2 ._.. I.n medicare and defended! Leo a* "the The Soviet Union's heavy puretol
Rich Merr _. 1.00 S6R 44, Keystone S3 17.00 The prognosis for their lurvt most docile linn In the Unl I chases! of wheat from Canada

C Cola __ 1.20 1I' Keystone S4 __ 124 vat Is poor. Slates, a harmles cripple that:,accounted tot a large chare ofth !
,Roy Dutch 1.3'11 44 Porter Two of the resolutions never hurt anybody." Intreis of .
Life Investors It.61IJf By Sylvia tlm'l Shipments Qu*
Searle CD _'_ .to 14 Stark Fund 7_Uifass. x-; ... from Michigan one each I Some M neighbor recently bee and New Brunswick Iron
SIllier 2.00 8344 -== ports
In Stock 11 J3MIlS.
Smith KID _.. ..1.20. I4Ii : We were flying la the presl- lenders will demand higher toIterest. that the higher rates win seep. umbla. Each attempted to proI lownnhlp supervisors to fore United Stale war responsible
In Growl
Sol: Cal Ed I.OS 3N dentist! Jet plane to the LBJ r down to Installment and small I Ide a new a approach Insuring,Sautter to find another home lor!I other lallII.Ihlppt'l" .
St 011 Cal _._ 2.00 nt % Pioneer Fund 1.17 r Ranch In Texas the afternoon I What's !It all about What personal loan. medical care for the elderly or,Io. They complained Its roar jfor,,I

Oil Ind 2.00b 43% Puritan Fund '..n 1 of Thursday, Nov. 19. In his I does It mesa! Will higher Inter What It means second Is that the Indigent) without Uw dinner I I was disturbing and frightenug. argue that the seaway -
Start Drug .IS 211\ Putnam Growth 14 private quarters were the Fresh est rates undermine our prosperity many form *f savings will earn 01 federal Interference In tilt|, should' b* kept open al
Texas Vta 1.20 13 TV 4 Elec. .._. .. 1.0.I dent Mrs. Johnson, Secretary, ? mar and the danger of an outflow practice medicine. least two or three week longIf -

Textron _'v 1.40 II Value Line Inc: 1.n: of the Interior Udall two Fresh What It's about b simply of money from tins/ UJ. The tone of the debate Mon-i!: Nut Iii. Day i em M, Indeed Uvnugtlll

'Tidewater __ 32'1 Wellington Fund 13.06 denUal assistants and me. that Britain has been spending has beea immediately mlnlmit- day to the AMA'i commlUe on winter to permit/ al lean

'J'nna W A ,.._ Ulitnlon NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKSCtmp. Suddenly the President, In a far more abroad than she has ed. l egislative and public relations I I MIAMI (AP) Som* days MO more vessels to make the

Pac _._ 1.1Oa 4414L'nd VeL Che Caaages quiet but unmistakably concerned t>eea earning abroad and thus Win It slow our economy alfalrs/ seemed to pep out s it doesn't pay to be a hero. postage.Srswsy.

AIr L-. LOb 57'4VpJoIut 101,400 Cora Sat Cp (3% up 2 54 voice, started a discussion, she has been running a dan.gerous President Johnson properly worries doubtful future for the ruled,,Tk Lou Burdak. 34 authorities reply that

1.00 SO'. 101,900 Tex Gulf SulllH off \* of Britain's preOoust financial deficit to her balance ofI about this, for to the putaIIarpy propositions. He jump off a causeway ifi* rkiks see too great. There

War Lamb __'_ .70 32'4 BJOO Am Tel Tel 6m off H situation on that day. Several I: payments. As a result there higher" Interest rate* The committee takes the resolutions bridge t* save drowning man I* M guarantee' they argue,
",.urthlntD 1.50 53" 15,000 RCA 341,4.11 times he wondered out loud I I has been a steady draw en her and tight credit setups bias under sdvUement today liuiead of hitting water be that tile eanala and !lake on
whether higher interest rates to precious reserves and since the killed business upswings. Moreover and after study will eiuVf re-,landed en the fishing catwalk the seaway will not frees ever

the U.s. might slow out economic Labor Government cam to line President has a built (Jest or present them .to the'and broke his right ankle. If they do, tilt buoys mnrdng'

I STOCK FLASHES I upturn and he asked Incisive power to mid-October there also In bias & toward.., and inex pen. AMA'I ...... of 0.1 tet, I Another passerby rescued the lilt channel would be destroyed

MARKETNEW questions about this. baa been a heavy outflow ofbot slv credit. As I witched and prime legislative! body, Wedne-'victim. Burdak went to the ... end carried I.a'nd locki

n was thee that my Instincts money" .to ether financial listened to Dins for Are day si I 14111. .1.1I pluLBy could not spirits safely.

told me that the Bank: of Eng centers. The Labor Govern at his ranch I reaped bow)
(AP) -
YORK land was about to raise Britain's meat's first efforts to tints the deeply It* believes to the/
stock market decline went !into Dew Jene Stock Average* bask bank! rate to protect the trend haven't worked. Now to ability ef easy money when IN BRADFORDLicenses
to fairly
Its sixth straight day pound sterling and that Ike hold funds al home and to make life feasible.

active trading early this after- frevtse* bey ) lad Hour Federal Resent System was savings at hems more attractive But tilt fractal point now lathe

noon. 875.43 31 lndustJ o
Some stocks, xludln| steels 11117 Raise 17'off our bask discount rate to pre step ef forcing op Interest rate: loan not slightly higher nor
and motors showed som Inn up tact the dollar .la tun. We haw been ruining; a serious I rowing cost*. There to plenty of
provement around midday. I 13121 13 U .ff i Monday morning No*. 23. the( deficit as cur balance ef credit around. Th r"'alltl.

Brokers said the market still: 706.20 O Stock a Bank of England boostedBritain's payment toe and we asset serve System at this point win From Five Youths

wss reacting to tighter Interest 4,79,00/ Vetume ltao,0o1 bank rate from I percent afford to allow additional money. mak certain that Ha member
rates which sent 1& IntO a ... aa crisis 7 per cent to .Dew twos lilt shore .to Leo bank .* lOt hate to line up en
week. Monday afternoon, the Federal ta to take advantage ef that! ki| seal at the Central Bank's,I t
dive last
tile age ".1 dIyu...,.. by U acramulaU Reserve System boosted our .e-,plump T per cent rate. We must J j discount window to borrow fund[ SAM IkCARVCY ling cars.

Comsat.communications space lss of orders ft opened with count rate from SH" to 4 percent !'u., savwigs awvfcif Into eur 1st 4 per cent M they CM kavejrasa ,. SM Staff wnirrSTARKE In questioning them on that. Judge Yaws

lit. high gaming a loa d I points. A whole sew structure financial kuUbitiuas so thai,) to lend te you and .... Following their ronvkUoaisXr said he underslued the practice ws becoming
reached another new L The Dow Jones ef 31 higher Interest rates hae now ikmders" will have funds to ft.I This I* not money clampdown -I poMeeslnt, af alntaU< bewrsgr (by a8WIcII fad. On*) ef lie youth* replied thai ". M

more than a poi early Industrials at soon average off IM beta established temporarilyassestkalbeUi.aadOM:''aanc* hetnetaHdlfttj. plant ex1aaslj [: and a* bah. as credit remam /. five youth bet their driver's license vf them in doing M."
erased an was
VS. Steel I unchanged. BewlIthera I to (7437. I > and anodernteaUon!! fairly" free, the Impart I to county court here yesterday. (later Judge Yawn commented: If I have
Ins and was minor The free world. !|ita4! and local peeate. ion, eur economy should lit rnio-l Bradford County Judge Thieve Yswa suspended another taw ef H, 11 mat a put>Ac nsmpl
Associated Press
and Republic showed M averaged I Saving mosey ia many UA Ie.. loot Oe counter .,,'lilt. Tib; I* .soot we had to t the llcmse ef r.* yeuth tovutvedto of Ih. boys ttial they nil M beget soon.-)

pins. I stocks at anon bad faOenI financial lastltutkm to to become ef psishng if Interest. rates bee f''take IlK.... ef BrtUln's pound ass cue and of line Involved( to **.,. Tk youth tort*Ird lhal they bad a bottl ef
Chrysler advanced nearly Iyomts to 331 with Mustrlal ell more attractive because M wont be tempted 'sterling, crises to ma. sate the When 0W tee boys ttedfVd key kettghtlk whiskey whirls! wry M oatabH from a

and Ford was up a half 11. nil ell J and utiBtW *> savings all ears higher kslercstObtimtag and swvfcgs rates''erW* toil "nportosT to till beer .to weir peanssams al local gate- tube t4 man who' we* walking" ] along tilt read.1*

a past I dsansjedM some types ef ...... attractive. That's line ....u.. Judge Yaw asked the sheriff Judge Yawn severely lerttred th/* parent ef
jfoaestai mining wu active s rail eanlinued their but definitely sot all II to benene l- about I roust rt probably are better d pertmen to fcrvetOpt and prey charge all fh. ywrth. saying: *M et of in* rase* J

and str a n*% p.",* a fj** drop, The till were Mast snare eipweNe bcrauaeksiders first ss .that'way* to beadle ktleraatjonal'money sf the (fact warranted K.In I have *f Shoe type result from the vnre-
advanced a pwntsVlnuig Prices were mixed to moderate will demand higher .kv ranging from Die' dsae nl But .
DiiPont also I prenlem die ether ease Hire youth were also farted SM ef car*. I agial to yea' that you
the aversce tradmc M th* American 1mIt.I UA Treasury last to big andsnul ,'wee the free wetly kaeal dad wttt mdcn nposur. and lilt are trsaiwg then lIke mess. when hey still
Opening ef trading to (Bars-Stack Exchange. I Saving nsnney to many Ulffeancial bustsssmea win bate,Itanw4 hens yet we lei hack ewe tI OM car with rMatatn ef Brew reitrirliDac are enrr boys. Keep them M kerne until they

.* and .Norm Wester* which) ?na.ry kond declassed and j swUuUoos ss to ke'come :to pey meet tit .toaa*. Ifs mviprobe (en the IraAtinnal. tried weap> The aflkfavt chirped dM f-tk* prove they are all swugn and mature noughto

abrnpsd early 6 pants MotW'nrporatea' were maedL mart expensive because ale!. at Bus peat, 000i45,(boa ef Joiareat rate Wa. with nposv: *f dMxr caked kvttoei M f.*. drive tart ky themselre*"



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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday,. December I1964

ExModelTo Air Views

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the SUN I Farm Help

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i His Court U I WASHINGTON (AP) Tin

: GENERAL HOSPITAL 'and baby girl Walton Markey Labor Department resumes
hearings in Miami Wednesday
November 30,1MJADMITTED
Diane Geithman H e r b e r
WICHITA Kan. (AP) If on whether the government
r necessity is the mother of invention Smith Georgia McKnight My should halt or restrict importation
Percy M.
Boothby Ann M. Lamb
ra and baby girl Lol
Dlst Court Judge WilliamC.
of foreign farm workers.At .
Henderson Roswell W. Mun-
Waters, Jennie Grossman am d
Kandt has one of the neatest
necessities ever to adorn a son, George L. Steams, HomerD. baby girl Opal Graves Care a one-day hearing MondayIn

court: room. White Florence L Train, lyn Green Albert Land Richard Washington spokesmen for
Charles C. Below Joseph A. Hole.PONCE. farm organizations said closingthe
A She Is Mrs. Robert A. (Sylvia)I Mueller Frederick K. Hardy, borders to foreign workers

Steele! 30, a statuesque former I all of Gainesville; Walter A. FIRE REPORT' would create a labor shortage

fashion model who took over Weeks LaCrosse; Frederi c k Accident Roundup In many areas. But representatives

Monday as court bailiff a Job Kelsey Newberry; Barb a r a Involved in accidents reported 6 GRIFFIN of labor religious and political

generally; thought to be only for Geiger Newberry; Virgin Mae by the Gainesville Police Department organizations testified In

trong armed men. Firestone Micanopy; Lon n Ie and the Alachua County favor of restrictions on the admission

Kandt a veteran of the state Watson Waldo; Harry E. Strauser Sheriff's Office during th,e Pre'HistoryCulture of such workers.

court bench said hiring the at- Trenton; Marshall Carlton, past 21 hours were:
ractive brunette is a practical Starke; Faye Layfield Trenton; Robert P. Hollande. 1233 m The hearings were called to

solution to his growing need for Betty Smith Williston; Vidal 10th Ave and Douglas E. Bene Is consider proposed new standard

; LMI-I/ .ulTaae juuituay ivr tne university of Horlda'n Caribbean Conference a secretary and receptionistState Cudgo; Brooker; Norma RHutaon diet Micanopy at 9:43 p.m for importing foreign farm labor

were delegates Dr. Antonio Rloa-Vargas of Mexico (left) and Dr. Rafael Ris- law permits him to hire Chief land;' Robert W. Monday at SW 13th St. and 8t!I after two special federal

quez-Iribarren of Venezuela (right). Discussing the agenda with the visitors la only a court reporter and a bail-] Vaugn; High Springs; EverettF. Ave. Talk Topic programs expire Dec. 31.

L. R. (Rush) Jordan director of the University Hospital, host for the confer Ul. Godfrey Greenville, N C. Joe A. Boone 1406 NE 1211:I After that date, any such

I ence. (UF Photo) "The court reporter is not always DISCHARGEDLeda Ter. and John R. Steifel 1114 4 I "Prehistoric Cultural Relationships I workers could enter this country

available for office work, Hurst Clint D. Benton, NW 36th Drive at (:23 pm. between Middle only under the ImmigrationAct
so the thought developed to Willie Mae Ellis Jennie Hal. Monday at NW 16th Ave. and America and the Southeastern and only if the secretary of

\ 16th Caribbean Conference merge> the office of bailiff into sey, Ruby Kite, Bessie Gray 22nd StJohn United States" will be the topic labor certified they would not

two or three. lobl_" ha ...*. TJ. Kikaly. Fort- Lewis! of a public lecture in Me- hurt wage levels and working
|plalned. -- wi1-; : d John Snead, 1628 NE Carty Hall at the University of conditions of U. S. workers.

I Mrs. Steele, legal secretary,,, IIoover's 17th Place, at S:35 p.m. Mon- Florida at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Chiefly affected are workers

Opens at UF TomorrowDelegates will serve the Judge as bailiff,, day at NE 8th Ave. and Waldo Professor James B. Griffin from Mexico-called braceros-

secretary receptionist probe Not OnFiring Road. of the University of Michigan, and the British West Indies. Aft-
; .. tion officer, domestic relations I John P. Hudson III, 2414 SE one of America's fore m e st .r hearings In Miami, in Dallas

f and speakers from I ter for Latin American Studies,115: p.m. Wednesday In the. Investigator deputy sheriff and lOUt Ave. and Levi D. Eiland, archaeologists and Viking Friday and in San Francisco

J six foreign countries 12 state; 'will work with Smith Kline and Health Center Auditorium. clerk. She also will take cbargt: Line Rt. 2, at 4:50: p.m. Monday at Medal winner In anthropology, next Monday the transcriptswill

and the District of Columbia I French Laboratories' Philadelphia The lecture Is open to the of the courtroom and of any SE Hawthorne Road and 23rd in addition to this lecture will be sent to Secretary of Labor

i are due here Wednesday for the Pa., In cosponsoringthis public and Is being sponsoredby Jury in Kandt's court WASHINGTON (APWhite) St participate In seminars in the W. Willard Wirtz for consideration -

v 15th annual Conference on the year's conference ""* the the University's Departmentof The Steeles moved here recently House press secretary George Walter Scott 4123 NW 12th Department of Anthropology. when labor standards

I Caribbean on the University of first to have health problemsas Architecture from Dallas Tex. He is, E. Reedy says President John[Ter. and Willie Hutto 509 SE Dr. Griffin is a specialist not and other regulations for importing

Florida campus. a principal topic. an Industrial water treatment son "never heard of" a reported 15th St., at 3:25: p.m. Mondayat only In New World prehistoryand workers under the immlgra-

i Dr. A. Curtis Wilgus,'the Unlerslty'l The foreign contingent will Thursday round tables will specialist.. plan to replace FBI Director J. [ NW 2nd St and 14th Ave. archaeology but is an expert lion act are formulated.

J Latin American spe- represent Guatemala' Colombia deal with 'Physical and Cul- "The Edgar Hoover.At Carroll J. McDonald, 1222 In Old World archaeological TREASURY DEPARTMENT INTIR.
clallst who has directed the Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela -tural Environment" at 9 am. "Judge called me about two news briefings Mon NW 38th St. and Jeffrey R.Fitzslmmons affiliations well. In 1961- SAL REVENUE lERVICfi On A.,..,
the Job she said. "I think he as 2', nu IMM In U. I. Currency ....
and end Nutrition" at 687 Tolbert Hall
? Conference since its inception and Panama. learned of day Reedy denied a report in 1962 he was in ,the USSR engaged wind .In Alochu County. florid, for
:I Both are scheduled in me through mutual the Newsweek at 1247 violation, of 26 U.I.C.. ......
said 22 speakers will Dean Leonard. Currie of the p.m. current Issue of : pm. Monday at N. 7101 Any
in 1950 ,
} in research in Siberian ,,
friends. ; lnt In .
I think there's a need pr on claiming *n Mid prep
i be featured during the four-day University of Illinois' College the Florida Union Auditorium. for magazine that Johnson had become -[Main St and 3rd Ave. prehistory.Dr. rty my HI. 1 "ptltlort for nmlsilonor ,
I will the woman's touch In a a "disenchanted fan" Willie McDuffie 931 SE 4th mltlgolloi. of fortvltur, or III* p cl"*'m
of Architecture In of
J meeting here. Chicago Dr. Antonio( Rios-Vargas, executive Judge's chambers" Griffin's and deliver USOOO coil bond, with tho
The University's J. Hillis Milt -I'give an Illustrated lecture on director of the graduate Hoover and "had decided by Ave. and Jessie D. Robison, 227 appearance Is under.I., .... ,on or bfor Dcrmbrr 24.,
: ler Health Center and Its Cen "Housing In the Caribbean" at course In hospital administration She worked as a secretary to last week that he must find a[SE 38th St., at 11 a.m. Mon I sponsored jointly by the Department IMJl ttlurwlw ind. dlipoMd Iht proporty of Kcirtflno will. : !b.*I*for.ftltrd *.
a chemistry of Anthropology and Mjrvin H Dunn luptrvlior In CK. ..
professor while new chief of the FBI. day at NW 6th Ave. and 2nd rfl
In Mexico will ad- ,
City, Alcohol and Tobacco Till Dlvlilon 313
I dress the luncheon studying business law at South Newsweek stuck to Its story. St. I I the University Lecture Series U. S. Courthout* ind Poll Olllu Sulldng -
ern Methodist University. Be- Editor Osborn Elliott distributed Peggy R. Snyder. HOB SW 14th Committee. jKHtonvllli, Florlai.I17M / .
Former Revenue Agent, Thursday at the Student Servo I ) M:Mi 11 I. I
I' ice Center I tween: classes on weekends and this statement to White Ter. and Frederick R. Lewis, NOTICE OP INTENTIONTO
between office Jobs she workedas House newsmen: 1030 SW nth Ter., at 8:23: am The 169 acre meadowland RiailTER PICTITIOUI NAME

Convicted in Bribe Case University President J. Wayne a fashion modelMrs. "The report in this week'sIssue Monday at SW 13th St and 18th at Runnymede was once part of Jt.uriunt luWi,,. IKtlon ll .......,.,lolo glom*. Florid that. 'lieuntftt..n. *
Reitz and Mrs. Reitz will en- Steele J Joked about taking of Newsweek that 'the Place. a large estate owned by an *... PuWIe **dlff Shop, doing
'...In... under mat firm. "..... of L.
returns. tertain Conference delegatesand Judo lessons and noted that her search Is on' for a successor to Lunis A. Williams, 2921 I SE American born woman, Lady I...... *Mlo iKtronln, 101 S. I_ lit
her tax
ORLANDO (AP) A former self or falsifying Fairhaven. She died In If, Oilntwllt AlKhui florl.M 1.
with at 1939 County
? guests a reception ,
Mr. J.
heighth helps In Edgar Hoover 13th Place
internal Revenue Service Agent He admitted receiving 12,000, demanding respect came Betty J. Toney, Rt Inttndi t* raglittr lid, fktltloul
their home at S p.m. Thursday from a most reliable source 2 and Louclus Brown Haw- leaving the historic grounds to urn. undvr th* provlilom' ., th* afore
:> convicted Monday on three which he said was payment for old' 11...,.,
NIIS of accepting bribes from another agent who was going to just prior .to .the 7 p.m, dinner "I'm 5-feet 10U inches barefoot :within the White House and thorne Road and 23rd St. the British government. 0.,.. NI. .G.I..L1I.. Plold. till t
Founts at the Student Service Center Newsweek day of Noy 0,155
the statement TREASURY
o an Orlando tavern owner to falsify her excise tax records. she said. "Sometimes Fire Calls REVENUE SERVICE, On AuguitIt VINCENT J. CANINO
'falsify; her income tax returns: Cottrell did not Identify the Aida Lizard), special assist nigh heels make me about (I At 11:05: a.m. Monday a grass W4, on. ilKtrle Nallonil Clih Reg 121131 II: 10 17. 141 II I

other agent. ant In nursing to( the general feet 1Inch"a \ At his morning news briefing. fire In the 500 block of NE 15th MWi lllr Add Thr no.o.Mocltlno.Hundred. a Sir Fifty, No-Tnro 0.1,01.1* Dol.,
Mrs. Evelyn Stanland testified administrator at San Reedy told newsmen: "The! ,Ion IU5300I In U. I. Currency on.Ciwck I I
Mrs. Stanland and IRS agent I Kandt assured her she 1
that Harold R Cottrell, 35, came won'tneed I President heard of StAt in amount .. (14 4* *"'") A.....<, J.C.LM y
Dale Bras of Atlanta, G", were Puerto Rico Medical Center, any Judo. never such a I 347 Monday electrical 71, %.. driwn on pint N,tionl Sank
Ho her last February and said If will plan and never heard of I pm. an of eilnnvllli, piyiftlt to I.. ErlgnlMcMullInt m
In the| speak Thursday night. {
him $3,000 she would key government witnesses "The availability of deputies I Idea" short at 1516 NE 14th Ave. m. end drawn 011 5Caunt of D. G. :
paid tU1IAreudR.S.
( ="h. testified that he and Twonty Dollar! and tlxty
trial. Brua
trot have to pay her full taxes Jury and police officers make it unnecessary When the subject came I I Minor damage. DrM C"nt. 4ON.UIn Cell, ..... .
hid In the trunk of Mr Stanland's up III..d In AKctiui County Florida' ,
'I Hoard Seeks for her to escort At 8:13: p.m. Monday a house forol.tion
V. said Cottrell told her he I people again at an afternoon briefing, ., 26 U.IC. SMHon: 730]. Any "
She car during a { to and from Jail" he said. stood : fire at 1S07 NE 8th Ave. Damages paned clilmlng an htmot In Mid prortv ... ', ANse
Investigating her 1960-12 tax Cottrell when waS Reedy on the earlier my tilt a prlltlon for rtmlnloniMtlpitlon .
.:jfas with money "She .
Permission To may on occasion have statement of 11,000, caused by a or + of forfoltunt' or III. i .
-records and she subsequently passed. charge of people waiting to faulty flue CII"" one dillv.r 5 USOOO coif bondxlth 1: :;
:paid him $7,500. I Federal A Judge GeoffYoungset : Hoover whose normal retirement Iho und.rilgnod on or btlori Docombir !
come Into court"Tally at At 7:53: a.m. Tuesday a house II, IM4i otnorwlM' Itw propirtywill l '
On the witness stand Cottrell Dec. 13 as the date for lenjtenclne. Paddle units age 70 next month was M fortilM and dlopouNt of accordlr. "
; fire
waived last spring bx Johnson at 1126 NW 8th St. Dam- to I.... Mrvln M. Dunn, luovvlwr 205 N...
.4_nled. accenting money. for him & + In Cnara*. Alcohol ind TOOKCO t
ages of $32 caused by children I..
-- .PlansIndustrial has been criticized by civil f.. DM.,... 11) U. I. Courtnouw and, f ire StrseJ.
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) The rights since be referred playing with matches. None Injured -' Pat Ofllca' Sulldlng, Jackionvllli, PlorIMWI t
groups 1<1.. .
Chester School Board ITz.m'
Township In an interview to Dr. Martin ; 12:1. .. II
; Anti-Castro I00Men'Units Is seeking the permission of PurkTAlLAHASSEE
Luther King as "the most notorious OEPARTMENT INTERNAL
I I parents to paddle pupils for dis HIVINUI SERVICE On. AuouilIt. I
liar in the 1..., ...,
(JlP) The country. m IM] FOrd H. "' 1 town"
obedience. .
notion No. IAMX I7U37 with KenMrlH
Chamber of Commerce an NOTICE D. INTENTION w.. Mli.d ,In AlKhu County.
Reported Growing Robert F, Russell acting TO II9HTIP. PICTITIOUI NAME Florin. ., ..
tor vlolitlon M U I C 5.-
.. president of the board said,' nounced Monday plans for a 220 35''urount.,... nolle to*Mellon ll M1.W lyn Florida. Slat' nan 730J In Mid Any Mrwn cKlntln/ til *n InttrMt -. <&< industrial property nay a ptill. *
acre lure
MIAMI (AP) An Amerlcar I-president of the Diplomat Hotel Monday the board will send notices park to in* umMrtiaiMd builnni ..,...,I..rel. t mkN. *p.ln .".for nmlulm.. or mlllgitlon. of for.ttltvr .
more businesses. th firm Mw1 of' or til claim nd "llvor
)nti-Castro group called "1oven" 0I I In suburban Hollywood. to parents this week requesting Puolle Roo"> Uiop, 101 It lit ItGnoivlllt. ,. use 00 ml band. will IK. undirilgnMon
has been organized and It I "We' seek to equip anti-Castro their consent When, Project chairman Spencer -. t* .rwntor.Ioc.' ..MI County' ,Ie" ," In alas or Hi Man* proporty Doc_will.....b 14 forfeited".., tnr- MOVES MEKCIIANDIiSI-:

reported spreading. revolutionaries with clothing, consent Is not granted, he said Burress said Initial construction, -- .Nil ..,..'.Ion. ot Ins to be completed In four Jl.luloDid Dunn, tuMrvloor In Ch...., '
years, andolucc
In food and other supplies stf that pupils who( are disciplinary ., eilnnvlili. Plaids' (till, 5 To Olvlllon :133 U. I. Courtnd ,
There are chapters Chicago would cost $500,000 and Include day of Nov A D., .
when the time comes for action, 1,05. Poll Otllc lulMIng, Jackterwlll
.and Miami and Tampa Fla., problems will be expelled. a 30,000 foot building. VINCENT J. CAH'NO' *. FlorM.IVM .. -=lITnfiIFillF J9l fillill"
they will have them. We also try square 177151 55,14. 11. 141 11:1 ) II M,_IH. |
.said John Monahan, head of the The action was taken after a -
to let the know what the
I Chester teacher Constance
Miami chapter. Each has 100'
members. Others are being Castro regime means In the way Brown, appeared In court Saturday .
of threat to the United States
on charge of assault and
formed In New York, Washing. s
and Latin American countries.1
and elsewhere Monahan battery.
ton --
Monahan said 100 Men" support -
eald. She accused of -
was spanking -
the Revolutionary Recovery
-"Wa_ meet periodically, and Movement headed by Bay of ''a fifth'grade pupil with a yard-

the topic always Is getting Fidel Pigs,leader Manuel Artlme. "HeIs itick. The hearing was contin-
Castro out," said Monahan vice ued until Dec. 2t.jf .
the most logical leader on the
basis of his record and his following ,- ...' Yr
I ," he added. IAW W *. "' !

I Richard Nelson, awning manufacturer Wfci&AfcW

I F e.YI-u TNSAL.MOQ heads the Chicago a f jaM.'I

_.......,,-'. chapter and Andrew Garciathat .." ******,

I -rONITIf 2 iMiliiif Hiltl In .Tampa, Monahan said 1SUBURBIA..d..e.... -
0,." '10 Sh.w 1100S. NOTICE o. Ala
.. L.,. C TO WHOM WAY CONCERN f/JI Nt ....(. fl' NIII 135. Al'Oeoa
I.'h A. 00HMT
> You .n ...,..., nollltod. lfi., !*. Mtouting .
motor vMkMi' IMJ 'If cn MA I
tar DHIIUOloU will, k* Mid PuMKMl .
tales0old M
a .',...
I- (SraittPiakcM l D OtcfmMr, IH4. at IAI .......
KIM Mln &". Goliwiylll/: PtorlttTh I DRlVt-lN 6There's
precwNX *f .... MI. will'' k* ipPIIM > *

I N. Af!'I leN. ttorlnt avmnl pml Ml,*of*f In.MId.coo went ofrdtaftlno. SHOWTIME 7:00-
.*at014FpS. n ,KI* ant MX tat N ........'... 'M ADULTS ONLY
rain al MI.* and HIM t* N.. MII. I
Bt contract l.ctten. *will f,, KW iaili MI*,_w.iux* dv.,* m<**T5<*linn.... ../. Uwe. _

I eJaiaa AM, jiniKii: ts Nn vm. "'f.TIMdv PB11 MARCEllO
*.IM", IJIH ItTHl At. n1..151 I
-J.! Hit At *:00- M. MM Vwk. "' WBFR M SmOImI
CUM GIORCIOlimON M MM motor .... 1.-.1
o* sale H ant will ......
yw yw inIIMX
CHAKKIS .. for my ainci/ rmtwi. w. ..YITTl1R10D

633 SQUADRONCOLOR PM D., ..VMM* mat Mid ION ontracl_.., *t. No_,.'. .1114. 1 [ SICAs

St.... IrMtit. (7M/10'MNV/ll.::: 5,5.' 'JAMUSON PIOSIN I YmEImAtT9AY


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10 A.M.
II A modern legend "f'fI.
I FLORIDLAST patilia end vliltRttl

II 1 AMIM10C.., 1 L08CIa1A

I RaslRt a live one under the hood.Have .

: YOUNG ( you priced a tiger lately?)


Purrs If you're nice. Snarls when you prod It Trophy" VA standard In PontIac STOi 319 cubic Inches.:33$ horsepower.431 Ib-lt of torque.Also standards budwt sate

W 1, t : STARTS WtO. heevy-duty suspension real walnut/ duh. Hurst floor ,shifter dual exhausts even special Vrts-redlinesl (You don't build GTO with options, you persooalUe '

{a ill t ---- It) Want tomettlpfl: \ wilder Got It: 3 bbl"360 "110 Want souwtMng tamer7 Got that too-Porit.c le Mans Take our ta0-hp six or order up the V-8 you (keiSO

'irmsiaarttaanlt Owl 5555 rarseanl..."f'M v1 r>p, :2SS ho.Try eomethlnfj. Drive sporty" car Then prowl around In a Wide-Track a .M.l Yowl know who's 11;a... .._ Track
Quick ,- Tigers

THURSDAY 1\ ERNEST__ BDRCSNNaW'/ We',. building WldeTrack again! Sea them all at your authorized Pontiac dealer nowl! Pont!!: Ll Mans & ETO

'P.e me .".-l0E rIYNN-TIM
...... .... ... ,.... ,
"Dot Clerk FW 1.1. 229( KW. ltd AVENUE GAINESVIUI. FLORIDA





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CLASSIFICATIONINDEX 10 PITS ft SUPPLIES 12 Homti Far S.I.i 14 Wtftrlrtnt Praanrtyy

(ft im"IIr_. eidTTOT i f-tlARAL QUALIIVHUMES ,'1'111'1<1:0 K CRAWIUKQHr

TO E 931 and cull Drawn con ft. an 1 I INC. I' r a k o r, wKolliMg' M
farm far mice
MM N w. Hill '1. OalmgvlligP
ANNOUNCIMENTS Call 37-Slut. UII u>, .11 Idwury ...... AOI. I ellIs No. af Mairaot, { INERE
HISH IE.TTI .......... I ......., I ""H OP t >otlIUMMIR.
II* ttamrlticart molt. Itt I ........ .... AKroglktgrod. Moan NOMSPACI MOMS
AVAIL All IProgrm
) at nun* i irmid pormononadoti MoMio Itama Park Af mouth pf Ivwunnaa RlvarLarga
Moot oan good wale, .. ..
I CCI com, "*
t Mliat Nortfi en ailCKorM
lit 4 Pound dogo ........ M t-4771. O. Norrto Mgr, ly fviminod hales NnaAS/

4 PailunoHoM harvlcatI IS I FiMAI koog .......... UIAP.KLISI prnoaiM I.MklloBR COM to lOll ft. ...'". eats. lliKIniTotinool.
Iraval Informant. Isd1. Good tor des doss N ,-.0.. plramM WIN

alDKlal Hallo b 1 ..... C.II f' 11111.ooDL "Ity to yosun"Mnbii .11...._IN. .far.....totgua .. 1'.,. P'.. Pftana FR Mill live

7 PWriitiI ; I slid, Is' unit Imataly M cults H labial iron,
Inert I2J to 515 .11ft PMPhan a. It, It W widtN, ug It M> 53
laky .m..., Child Cmt __, Tronee. PIP "langtn. IS H..... IM Salt

Places T. 0* And iiAOt.11-.MPM N wake ..end P Nitkrset WhoM 1 'X. doubla" Ssemi.roee.n'rI "" .
'h..... T. lot WORTHWHILE 11 true 055 Siun1'rN .... laoeeK =. Pace =. Non'. lIelllll "' .n..
e s n s l s. alal0 kAyeleNN51ehls. bnrrey. "111'* SIN II. PNemeallSw
... 1 Sue itrUPP1El II yank III Is "MedI" Hems

AUTOMOTIVEMAirdMw ......'... Cnlnue/we0 I "'- .Y OWNIR I IR carport lest THIS WEEK'S IS ON

Sails P1ps. tockarl. : ""':. PtA X toe'. ohady tot. Sear _... SPOTLIGHT
Rantm 4.05k Pep Pet end ::e 5. "SERVICE HAS BJILT Spur ......,. ft oKopawg. M> imonltlly.
71 Trucks lor tin Old Team lAd Cnlol...... OUR BUSINESS" Small .....Ity. Illl N.W.
7t Trucki Wonted nest dour 10 Doe L.... aU-7101. 71W II. I711M. CYPRESS LOUNGE

M Tractora ft Truck Cutlets G iM.\N$Hi.."iItDpPiH... BAIRD MOBILE BUY OIRIC' FROM 'ull DEN. .
Ski "11, ACC .... Will teal end "I", M _....... I ,- 4005 MW.Utl.Sl.Tht .
n Tails RamoitN krt '11I II... MIc..IY 444 t*, | kiHit kiickM. oavippod 1 .
Mottreyelgt, 4 IctttgrgM Ida aster IN er __. HOMES FHA ar VA. IIOJ N( Dm lar.Una t now Cypress launo* tf tk* Farlf Fackaga Star

Automaallt Capers IASINJI' run atOcpxFfwni *" .......... Ing l>..f>... S r la lalokratiitg Its Grand1 Opanina ay altaring a daily

M AutomeWiti tar to* l\ tools, ACC ng tint ky tok* al 1St im Jet NI ft 44, BEST F'e: >- Sutprtid Special lhn*a.h.sP tkii "..k. Th. sheen.fU .
M Persists. ft iMrti Ctrl HUM' Haltacra, not, rod ft unite ...... HO aaymoMt MI 1-vr. aid, ti l.T.f ,h... tf tkt Ittntjt It ....,.1. ft., with sutw.lS
s' mala .,.... Coil dH-1301 NORTHWEST > I*. AC homo. Iwimcluk' Pn,
V Autos Waned READINGIN TRAILER SALES va.,"". Nil Nl ION II. Occupancy cic cyartti tanoling tml murals .l the FltrlaJt Koyt ankanc -

C 3 BOB WHITE QUAIL m waida' ROM N tt In 4 wooka.IV ** ky silt Hghtinf Jata Ikt cangoni al) f' "Ftrauna'

IDUCATIONALM t Drourd auili, tt H oacnLlvo. lona m_ OWNIR baaulllvl Iwma for the konaih, Ctloatvltla'l, "frlana'ry kar."

pried. according 'It Nit M NW auction. I blurb Rom A thoughtlully-proviolial tn-aramna, ....c. matmfkal
ft tmtrxtlMIt ago and guantlty CONNOLLY Mvra Tirwlliigar. ........ Mutt t*
Mtiwi Aiacnua, piorlda It kt ). Call FR 1 M'k'' l''s Sena. klgni, It step :
Mush Dancing" MOWN Morn ''''''. Inc. I ft I Itor 1kadr.erw loan appnclllM Hint tram I A.M. ,: l" far tatgl tellet,5hlp"a ,,

10 Wantotf-lmfnxtlM I CHIHUAHUA/ ,....1... t mil* imbue _II. Many end drink' that ragllf picks
and t _.'" in oarh ynnayouin Ilo r 1 Tar 1Io'na.D twrt.AT LAST S yes II'
kid far ton. ar ....., at12 ,'" .... I MIND Io'SN *
'1". 0.1110 as S. L N, PeIM .. (IV' DEMAND '

11 Pamalt. Mall, Massed iti6 Hugh !...."' .. Inc. hoi stunned
Mokilt H...... far Salt
11 Malt, Holt, WanttdII P515 aucN.nd, I rsam cabat5P.rlnct to Norlfiwoil Oalngivlllg
I ar I. I iconwo Ron WITH

M IIln Malp-Maia Hal,* Mania er Punt THE "' !' C3l41VLEe t tool 1C I Ihit Ul will TODAYtor unify you ,,on4. Mud tomtnM latl Mw.In ......iMaurrovnglngi. .. All Rte brIck,I....frets. cells fr AMUJIMINTJ A5ALlkU DINING DININO-DANCINd *

and glvg you many brtgW kneem51nesl iHblg *> Tarrana noaro COCKTAILS
JM toe Pa/slmts
II Wat Wanted Femur 14 yrt cantlnuoua MoMio Fdrmwt 1 c......." or n. II"" ., a, 't.' w" "'"' ..tau"" 11
V Wr Wanted Mala Homo ....,.... In North ..,... IN f>rofit M. call mMM krtorg i t toddod lawm PAINS LANAI MUMIot an ta*. UNIVERSITY INN
Own a>ary .,,'" tor Inhy >ik Air conditioning TOUT I'
BUTTS MOBILE Charcoal ...... floam imargag.tnard .
I ION. "110 liaMTI .Isnr11ete from P AN "I A.M. SCHOONER ROOM
t N1a11.1st I ..
fARMS b LIVESTOCK 1 your awn glomHattgrlni stole HOMES INC. II LOTS FOR SALI I and 4 ladram Modal Pra iwatra igrvlca.KM Ding b y MMltHa"' rink' for tr* pays of ,ft. Oong I
SUN wtk 1 itondTni collar. _soy *' .!. R5 V._ ATIHOUSI( RIITAURANT .
M Farm NW inn st. ., tin it. Unl. Ave tog -IN I A 'M to tutoy OrlltimComhp
EqulperetrlV knllllngl ACM LOTS M' lOW...*, CASH VA ton W.
441 No. of city umlti. $100 \lNl 450A'euoomscl ft Richard Porters gntiotiIra.
Part ft Sickliest cwhld City llmltt.' kraut I 11 u| "Old.POaIiINNd Rots i;;; INS Iw. .
iwt II. PR fan
Knitted HI Ia... mgdln wit, I O.AMto"MCLOSID .,_ Down poymant and terms FROM Cutler
M Uvaitock t tuptilaiat Strata of ...n. Knit furl bmdi.cnkkiy SUNDAYS .......... Call Aiocnua baby O_ "Is 5cn. aid 01,15PwnMAge 1 ensue. lea Cream NAPPY HOUIl 5Is' 'M
Lanaxaplni" Tat toll dons KM Cilia lor knitingi "Altoc'0101, 170-1440. $750 FHA. 154te II Ar, W RooTBEER STAND 1 Cacklalls MN.. salts M I
brwn If. Patters till tino fliNG Arts T. Imim, RMItorlADOl ..,_.. tt modal Mans ovary mil AOMISSIONLen to, NW im IIIt UI Srkm stake
M fan ft Swells West Unlvarllly Ane A.M. 11 N PM.LARRY'S. :
"Hani.TMrtyJIvg. "MOSSES" HOMII DMullHll Mil In N day .. ..... tookadtopartaitlon,
II Uvutack WantedFINANCIAL .WANT e4 N W. mn it.U' W W. ass alia twUding" tn ....ull"" D'.. and 0_. to Ills muiltavory
cants In Mini lor 11I1. V.III: iociiM lauiogadjatitii ig city toll In Wattmarland CANT TO UCI AND SASS fur ,....., and Saturday
SINS tmt itrMll. agar, WIly No T"
patters add IS cents for aicMttom A THE ORLEANS
cily, waiar. AIM I.... tola ... .
Haclng' if
for IIKIOU mailing' anagociol <. ) vwr car
1121 Was lln ere11y' AvMueOPON NW mti n j> nfiAOVIRIIII
hindllng Mad fa Lrl .... alto" an Watt ROM kill I mlMnorth HUGH OAIN'IVILLIMINIATVIII If HOUII A DAY ltud
II Bushels Opariuellls, wnwlo/' Calnoivllla Iw Noodle' WIDES al (....". Down poymmltil RACIVHAVW IN THk
p7 Mangy M .... crest Otol P. O. Bo It, Old Sums rrunees.Mac.m EDWARDS W. ""10. A... OHM" Nifhlh" OLD 'AIHIONIO FISH PAY DINt ft DANCI
Clumo' Ilittm. Nn York 11, 10.VInt 2 BR under H/n.51. Inl CIDAP. KeY MUlLIT OIP.P.CTORVOININCMUJIC
MMartfatNMIRCHANDISI ADS "., plainly' PATTIDN IIU....... $4,000 til" V Q McCoy J>. ,,". INC. I "/..... M P. M. -. tI cents

I _
NIW KM owl Kl dMlgnltorg

awl Plui 1 Puss patterns ambroldary Las Immadiito' down aayiant 4AVI cammortlal M wlmrailroad CALL III If you rte tooting' tor' Dm* ty candlatigtit to .lice dalig,. .... DUTCH TREAT
tl Welded to Buy dona1/ ctottwt sold IS TOTAL COlT laces..".... will erect oui. g lee fiauaa mot to dilloranlWim tut limatpfcard at llaiylipociallfot UNERAL: GAINES
M ft TOOK snits tor nn Noodiacralt, Catalog OF CONTRACT Will .. lilttrr. "Ing to oull .. laiga todraomo, I oatlii NOAN.ItO"s 1t"Uu"ANT IM W. Unlv A.oOPR .
Machinery Announcements financing' avaliawa taiy OOM. FR :w5Lw..uNBY < wood "_.. bull'" m UtiMn. lyproii 'In mains, Pll. ... NtdHOURIAOAyIANOWICHII STEAK ROOM
U Building, MateatslsM V LUet II COMPLITt QUILT SEE panollng, ...tI.,.. lomllyrm and dinar doiktoui Italian. Pats ROAlf % Footwlng' U .. Prlmg, and Ckatot
N50aelrsld' 54514 'ATTIKNI' 'M dMuna MW Oull' i OWNER, .boaulllul aiMclatil hi, and naor unlv ppj I fntWIITWOOO Rd 1-11 .M ".... praoarad to mir lute
Book. For twtumrt, ......,.. sand BRAD IN X ,", imo pri'ii go fgrkoallng 171aorn COP.NID ".', TURKIY, .e oar cues NrM. Mdldun .try
41 Anllquaa I LOST ft FOUNDs 141 conta cowl LAOS OCNIVA .+ lAd "...... M Hk IW43rd aroa nay I lit 405 CN.N IllIAd.y"fi MST SAMIScitllls. i INn t *' nih 1COCKTA'L t ,. anw
A C.
TRAM II Mill Colonial Cantrai Raw .
lANDwicHEiNrw lowontrou on lapSHELLEY'S
M MIN For It) Oil .,. lot I TIN I. I. atKavitona Torr. U4IINrgo 000 al Illl NW Jilt I Or. 511p.r OaF
a) TradIng Part WIL 'h. ar5' lfIo' """klCl u. tho StalgStiGent ". wowed ton In wvaral, .... "' .. low dawn aaymanf. 371.3175.r ( Oriami iiviol II oasis +
cockor ky Polka lalurdoyaltomoan 12 Mala Hal.* W..... ALAN lit W.I. Av.laM NW M Af.
M Pint OH Wows aloaw call FR HHRaword 515110551 std 5rt4cy/ n 375.4454. ll IMI tor duliyoryHOMR'cooKTNaTiAvof LOUNCIS Tk;
ar FORDYCI AilnCI Ttl, INC MR. '"
M Bats Marina" Iqulg. puppy TWO MIi W'NTED Or 055 UAL TOil 1ft CosnIsts Plats ) lrly irkw lloro r..ll '
n Cam* Hunt Piss POUND: |'" aka, age '111. DOG .......11I. 1OIione. Oerpro/lets. WYATTTrailer '.MW_ U.I._ 174-1:114 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY CIIc..... *M Food ...... TNI cypRiu inuNoi |
-' late e 1 d. 75-4 ,..'. of .N. mKNM.Ica I !: IN THE C...." ... Onmr0 Iron IS p.nlS .aNN, A_..... toff Mutlg
= :: .
n Office .......
Iqulpman ; INt., Local rgildonlo
01511. 373SSMd 14 Wtfgrfrgnt ,..,.", torvtng saran t AM" 'to t PM" Rooutllully DIHaiantDrinia '
nMMlcat/ AMrdiandlH ,Id.ntily ice ... null oo _.bI.. May man Sales .. TOWN HOIlll RIITAURANr Ai Yes tfta heal
douMd your ml Incomd 'II ycguilll. tIN .w inn M ..| NW lim it. f*
LOST Honda, Cackar .,.." .1, ago till :;.nil for Uttrippolnlmtnl : OWNER lea .on' 054 050014, 505555TO
11 moo, aniwon to n..... .. .kttwoan I lAd II Hum NPacemMN _I. small. I c w Pay JT2-O42. I
RIAL ESTATE FOR SALI Cramlln Orongg Park AnlmHolpMol ., Menlo. HameeMs. niont Call PR UlttvIR .
M Motnt Hem.eOr Sale In vicinity at lilki, .olnotvlllltopplng MAN POMIAKISHOP.I tUl.est.Oal.s M arrai af Una f ml, matt
M Late far laitMWgtarlranl C"',.,. Conloct ...... lOWIKIFrofor PlrM MotXW Mama ..,Ing paiiit Inch Aiig' I ..... ... OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NIW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I
IM "W. inn
Ooalar' |Into ltd monad Mum WINS *KII ana) tow
dll Nl t Ava. FR 5i1.1 rolliad ar alto.
Properly or pAong or lonlci' mat navy. SOIINperil army / Ita Illvar ....'.... SSW.PNMe wall pump. Many l...... On Fro. 5talmates-PlsN M taddatlvam CALL 378.1411.
31 Hisses M lire '-- and gonoral' malntoasceaart. 4" 1314Ocel. laka lanta ''. ln.i C I
II CoIf_ M a4 nice CHI lutlor (no.Iain P1.' *
4 PERSONALIZED SII."CtmnrD1Nn'lIIkNO.m nocMury ._._. ::..-....;. .
OHICO Inisle.TRACTO0 -- - - -- - -- - -- - -- - --- - -- -- -- --
V Raal litatg ludiangia 1ALSMANPeruran :S % % %%%% %%%
N Seal lint WtnfafIt
Lei IAIV WAY Wick WIll to nl "..".....
Out al Town Proportyat .nIuS and II .,..... FLORIDA MOTOR ft lauip. co

lirttnoii Fnpamn CALL ,,,.7Wt FOR etT3. Mall, DL
l.part Driving Inttruction ki t
41 Raildtntlil' Incense Dui Control Car r
11-Holt Malay FamaltCAHP.KP. I'e
41 Fgrmg ft "Aoriatt
41 CaUrgd Property > MM, Seedy an t tufloolPorn. _I"" ,, u I i.LliMAN

A. eurO ..'',.......
II., Mum MI II "t up Wri New _,... tar Tranton, malt
RENTALS 54 .. Uol. Ace. 373-Ills or ......... Mon ..", ... If to.Mus .
runt .'.." Iry oryllIE Iriraporttilon and Milra to
>l Calarad Properly Curtail run your awn auWnoM with Sony

44 Cottage tar leafY SPECIAL NOTICES IIHIo Invotlmont, pit..a cull MrCapula. .
Fumlihod Apts.N ClrnlitM, O**, Oalnoo.viiu .
ewe in-MII oil 10. | to
UnfumliMd MIA SUGAR ONE JUiCE 1:10: p m14Salae
COWS M Cam mill II" ml. Wad
47 HeuaH tor Coal a Funk
af J. M riles' 'I.... NW Or' Halt W."...
t) Houm for lant > Unturn. Sled' .. Phnno PPJ 1 DM.
4* Canon for RantNMWlt VCCVriONALLT D" T_ABEOI
Mama II fEMALE HELP WANTS, Our tail may Indlcata, a potontucoroar '

II MIK. RantattIIA OAUKIEPEI Y'dyo' Mo per I four man, Alalor fallowing campany toil will oolaa-add

Want* Tt Cant ....... MEDICAL' AilllTANTImmodlata line sod porowliliry ., InlunvHaws., sn\flR-TSflnr/ SHOP HERE
U marten Welled fi'' par mo PIRUNNIU opon. Married r.... 154 ? .

M Orflcg Desk Space den!., IN NW Ind .3l-4 (.......... Miniatrvjni M Inge
A... .......... Call i iFR 11I.._.
14 lutinau, Roman PART TIM' 'IIIITI. .. ..3342.WANTeD .

callanf working' condltUni. potvacation. ... At ONCIa a.MlogftDoolar ,

SERVICE koun Mwmand I M ft III II fyf>naon.I logWorking -. furl In'W;,,Aladiua. Write County low.or .r Glfb Gilts G.//I for Gift, Gifts /qr
woak.. C.II 17M1M M-

H f Home Ipoclal, UTiargvammH bells day Moan aavl af I l:wood M am. Nov.ft II N noon Mad Cat an, l.ian.'1_. D",. PA | HI I Momptui, for Mom J for Dad Tht Homo lorGlrliOO DaU Pr

154 I ILL 0006 II P.
.. 14 sadIe ft TV Itrulc PRODUCTS
ft PumrturlWANTAD. OLD COUPltTwaniama e.m.u Nneck. Make klg oranay 'o l } Mltckoll Ml rut r V| owlet.lobca RlgHT 00 IfRIITITO A koavty-tiniciaui toon agori* '>
II Awlloneo .,.... Nep std lit .n.n.l.M :Na11C.l1 U rout H prltg.
_.,. ,....._. emtloM4 KOIMO. CwMiin 'J "" Th. TWIN nut llfil Ar nNOa5.m lade IIlowwHId
... If4 1 N.. nn It Homo, mar than dot duly INNpr.ducSL FREE [[SWIM RIKICitu llomi VM
;: RATES .'y'llli Vats pets IN p o rdont FNlal Unlv AM al ijin It, Pp a CN5ISTMAe iruoio Will Hit
XPIIUNCID' Dry Cession WrINr catilaa OOOD. CHICK WITH CNARLIS IT55i7u 51CYCL {SDP Ta slOP M ,...C'o1: ;.
,...... calorad tvt dayXPIIIINCIO lit oot N. IIMM*. Dill IkII 111 W, Ue15. Aye. 3/4).5.
;: PH. 371-1411 ..:r..... 0 CNN rlw+'t++++.urswese BIG 20" COLORFUL 3N5I.1115siw.1Owa1wOOL.Eon .
Wzplph, 'JI'5 NW nth St
:' forCIo.sifi.d Sdktaai i,.... Par less t'It Hi equal ", 'acill. FIBERGLASSWREATH "r A,. "How CkrHtmia. Lou me -".
_. .
HUrl mM
aol naof ". lama
:: 0..11DIADLINIS M WHIM M mew to Polona: -HOWELL-it aullsru-Corr.or ._.A..t Outs tor gnry IM.WINOTI loud It I. U': I'own ekes.s1.e1 .

Call gill, Van Wlnkla daytlm, Jlioa loot (Sill! IXAMClASJEI / t$4455 for Son ooio "tikoo Call /....1I tr .nigP P
gr ntsnol.. .'',. | II Dt / nt3w. 1A.. FK I Nr1. O. laaM, CHy.

COCKTAIL WAITRESS NOW OKMINO' !f INNINODo 14K Gold $225 WINS Furcfiooa .. mlrrartollMt .
1 Thinly *. >d at Ml PM. 1 ,WWWWWWWh.eMK.tevylf any 5-Y...K..+..+...rrt+M
T.... Note PrL japers OM |i.. ""lW""Htn porio It* M tie W. wruv AM. >R tmIPIIOWdIINO.MlLl.INO HATCHER'S J.wgl'n oor ISIS ar maro Cotoano and silo movo In t ault.
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$ Own out the Closets fir Utility Roomi Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads ort for non commercial tun tolling merchandise priced

1 0 BAYS 4 LINES ) at ring$100 quicker or .ten action.with the idling price stated In the ad. Ho additional attt for ads that require the full 10 d yt. Ho refund for ads that

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

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IS H..*, for $.!. IS HMMI far Sole 15 Mesa lap Sola IS ".__ lot Sale IS H...... for .... IS H.._ lot Solo IS Home for Sol. IS ft.....* for Sele

THE TIMEIS THREI roam.' ,.mPly .S*.. I : i"Ir.' C hyaChrlst.iris. ml NW .5.I'n' II. I IR IIome It! you. CAN. I bath MVI home 51.16,I C10tr51 55 .beat 0114.s. EAR[ SCHOOLI 1 BR, CCB; byowner. 'N N WB Homo I IA. Do'''' lIud1. doU l. cu. BA '.mo wllh Inpl'
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10,5150 an .i corner I1. occupancy Won Park, ON down end 171 pirmoTpKon. swear. 04,000 iMIng. on N it la hot.Paved .
Ptnctd kitchen
1750down. to
OKkyv sae by caN port tern room, "'III-'n'
...._ .. bulls M kllchin. corponl and orIA.IOI
_bdInN1cl .......
INN down and 11. will/ rod ,
far ttrMt shads
ml tron
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)3JI Ave.
004 SbbW/waM.dp.s ...001 area. Call 17wm. 011 pans 01 135 down w ctM. hat, t ton AX; IIA.OI-
to PMA wmf mt. furniture o v II.DH' PR MUI. ... tllod ....h. 'hags Ih. room
173-1031: tH .tltly. 171.' ... ..., lot 4l 120 II I KTor.
NOW. / '' TM J"" **"paly..11erM 1741 NW Nth Tor. Coll 31.4123. FOR TIRID OF RANCH MOUSEIt t7W. lad FR HM4.too 1m......,... ............. Hot dow
IALI large duplm/ I Mock< TOO MUCH TOOITHIRNISI IV OWNER I BR. I bat OPM WILL' Mil/ for ion HIM epproiiod" and 170 monthly" to R it Wt NWUin
front U of P In IW ....
IUV DIRICT PROM IUI10IR YOU ASKED Can Of tiny bedroom n* Hint Mae colling down, valve ond only I3fI down I IR I III. balls CI 11,555, liPQS Av. ond phone PR -7ui
..... porti vtillty room end pt'loi.btnhlp cloMHt This 177 N month,5tlFAI' Nilitatei. CC5oKcollont! kxetlon, many .." ...
M HIM Perode elHomN Iowal eptce. span Urge 1 ''''' 101. '"""
midst The complettIUILT FOR IT! by .ppl. Call PR 31355 .........., two etorlod hams Ills It sera h....... oil 174147 and et ml Nl tm W Cal.. 37*. AU YOU OC"LA'
Do You HaveA .. 1015 P.M. ........ ._,. OM If 3I3 Nl 7tIt Ttrrec. Not homy III Ocll. F11. I 51,
borrN Slits ..11III tseoecklg. .11, built end mein.telned 104111., beau/lbl Myrldt arq In.4/ flJ4 R. I. ittty swear, lit,- both.*, nor Jr. collog. 01.
JIll N. W. 55 A_ NuabEdwseda $65 MO. Nuol family mmp, 3 II. I 5.111.recd H meant for family. ends cos/roc11al M Wfmbarly tlmo wliondi ails 5 wlidtyi Khooll ond tnogpng, contor .
Room.Apartment. .oe., 3757111 / SacS '.'''' 1Mwnsr 101. ... Four bedroom If X 14, walk Add your ........... FINLEY AREA nwrtory. .Urge I......... M will
2&3 BEDROOMS 10tlo' air In .......1... OWNER TRANIFERED I IR. Ills On
p501 down 1 rnod n> touch to ml 1. home by cnming o>HAFInencedI ., 'to.Oilnetvlllt
IN KITCHEN con. hMf. ".... lor Mmllor borne
balls, MM ... Mnnd
/ lied ,
droptry rodi builtki born,
I ,". 15\ baths loW for 515lisp. powder mom Living: your color echtmt awe Clll lidreom f loin", homeMutlhil s1. Price ring from
or .... Man 'HA down o darns 4 cola cabinet, many eitrM 07t 9* room 17X If with flnplaca, Lloyd Myrldi "builder 171 tttt. ground perquet floor dlihwoMwr. alt- CoIl
to tltoog McKlnnoyOroon
pay. per mo. tug dn M 04717. 2304Nl **part* room 14 X If, .... .,. ...,. FMA *r VA, Wt Nl ISIS 111,000
men! or will IOM*. lilt Nl tin o walls d./.ctrha 'UPICT P0R LARGI FAMILYOR dining room P...lton, m-Mff.
Mm It largo all / kitchen' withdlMiwoHw I Phone 17MM4.
House Rent? ... Finilly -
to It J74-WOI Will conll. frod o 'Ormlc. clMnaflIII wither. SMALL SORORITY' roomCtntrol -- --- ---- --- :-
dryer week .
tor cor, hoOT treller etc. o .In FOR OILS IV OWN!* I I HootI79S391
or kitchen BR ber end etooli new ..b''.",,. Llk. ..... .11. 161 I10r.ern.
o T.TUX* floor bath CCS Idoolry .ltu.,.... I block 1 Integral oc...... porch Fl 1Do.... Four (4) balls home In c h.l 111
REMEMBER SELL AT COST o SaM VMItlM from J. J. Finny ....... M lost end lighted ottlc., No PlerWaroom Nortnwnt Ioc.".... ta,000. Gladys Smith. Realtor
Lovely new .IR Home ki Motor o All> city MllltlN NW 7th '1. Many nk* "'Iu_ I but a reel s.10rabdrag.., Term N. W. Mrd Ct. 1221 W. Unlvtnlly A... COMPARE"THESE !
Cordon. H4 ml. I of amps en S "ld.w.Nq", Flroplece, bookihtlvei, air cono*.. I wired M a wortc_ WoodtheH,
A rental vacancy M). BaaullhH/ wooded loll for tiwwr ads o/Mrs. Rsasomblypriced. even Cold OlMlrod/ hot wilwCMilrel Erato ... .11I...
. $11,250$12,550 Call 11"16 far and.ii ...."... Lot \SV X MT two bath'brkk home 5marN New Brick HomesStephan

COSTS YOU MORE or 1714121Corner 154th. ........ can.Swat. I with noblt old fren fenced In for dining room Flropltce' OlOOO.Ttrmi. .hi HOME VALUES
3 '11, ills ads C'II wits" ions.Ily "bulll.i..vwravoa dIspUial. tho booy 'In a passed wits hKhool N W. Dr Cl.ptth .
roan 'In Cor' ..1... 7.,. $100 CASH VA alp ""' "''on... TII Stenos.II. I nolgnborhood. Our tamlyot FsldrH.iuhh BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
the that .....
than ad ... il> has loved K. 1)2000 cm Saws? Man .1111 under ca.r ,
M Incl 30/001. 1430
dowry 1555
rot, ilovo :"'-w''O:; : .I. '"... I'ot' pr m. pool mImS. for eeoolntmant t* view 42! Nl ..'utll.... Thfl'l 50115010. two
will rent itl I IH.r.'s dryer ,..MI. PR 47/t. $395 CASH FHA av./table/ ,.... I" 0_. IUn Tthi II., FPJ 4-4I7S. *. 125,000.: N. W. tlrd Ct. I i 4 bedroom built/ .In ktlch-
M equipment' con. Mat, VA !!
11th It FR 15204.fHAPPINIM I II LOOK II nt
3 III. I ally canal /amplyre.r. etutlful Acrg Lett. M. W. 33rdCt.
down _..... FHA from Vat
Whit tMMt will buy I br Ibtttl
bunt 'C.M .ltdMllo Call.twat HUGH 4 I1RIICM IMALACMUA down .n* doling, call.,
I Kant with
study ant hoot
what your ... 11.101 $705dn. Ey 'tON None
built In IllsSo arsa p1y. ft 11-{< MK/tlluUy penoled, Ir AUDI DII MOMS MODI! .
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.obI.... PR 65014 EDWARDS, $05011. INC. with NrtplK 4 "bull m bookohelvMi ... Qu.llty ad qu.nlty1 .a1 ...... NW Capital OLIN ptoc lullj.n. Int. BUY YOUR NEW HOME
COSTS kitchen t tth ItroetePm
I ewlpoed win ..
vacancy Ptwnt ITeout haul V.I.
NEW I IR. t bath Colonial.. Control INC. MedM Naps Opal n.g snwy Iuw Move dlipDMl. end large pentryi T. D. 2E100015PS HOull DAily BEFORE DECEMBER 31
hoof, '-"","'" no. Nom 1 '.Mo 3 ,.M. 11I\ N. 1 large bra 4 c_. BOt .... ftOvtitandlng 4.3545 CMI OT-tMl tr "..7711.
YOU EVERY DAY a.. Will eonHder trade. Comlundey N.!. 15'h Strut at W. 21'" /.......... '' Ut X AND SAVE YOUR
14 or by appointment3M NE. 28th Av. Canon cool wits .1 other I ICICI fat MR Khas.PORDYC. .
until/ It li rented: NW urn A.... McKinley Contraction 376-7971 bedroom, I bath, hilly ilr coot a AISOCI4T1", FRED HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
C. """!* ......... "VOULL IUV IT IVkliV I III.ALTO"N

43,100 .... ... liKom $.OGOt par SPACIOUSYou TIMI.* lull _II >,/n M W. U.". 17..1131 ARNOLD > IHOWN IV ADVA)**
..........DIII :
IP RENTl YOUR LOSSIS year at M par u. ft Locetod to your M (I 1CtalJyDcaeIgyeNt ... APPOINTMENT ONLY
make million: dollar, Ago roe- ought" to MO Mi lorg. 4 I*. REALTOR (27 Univ. 1
t boih homo M Florid Pork. LASSITERREALTY TIll blloMnn far : ::
ion for Mlllng tlUMt down bolo PROPERTY roS Y / tor
: PER DAY IS: ... wutlkll londKtpod. M 147X110.Lovoly DUPLEX INVESTMENT .... Lint
.. out *f luftRITIRIMINT rent; Writ tat 440Oalnetvlllo Mlahbornaod tJO Let rent fran one of then I M* Co. -. liraamIly.. 4 B., 4btttit

(4. Ft. living: tru. ;rtr.. Mlcjlck room homM help pay hr prop. u ttmltymm
M per IM. .. S1.. per ii IPICIAL Ctmfor.toolo ", Clll 17K35I tor ppt.FURNISHED 11000 DOWN will "buy mil' ittroefive In good futur buUntM tocatlm. <,,N WI I imimirA C72 S.W. 35th w., parlor.Mdukp::. room,
convtnleiilly" located I bed- I bedroom memry dupli' FOUR ISCHOCMI b.m. mr WO have on* prlcea at neW 3 bedroom 2 bath (Country Club' liter**I dlnttto, Knonttf porrt IK.
Sri *r me .. IU< per. <*yIII .5.rats dlnlos' clam.Klaal with, monlhly Incomt of tilL| J. J. ""I.y. Cmtrol Hut. Nlclyird. 110501 and nothtr et. 111,750. 4 ... V* b....... ..,. Fit.m. kiKtitn, I* bttht down torn-
porch, Call:'' ., Nnanclrep A Small. down ptymint will mina CALL UI FOR DITAILe. tK.tOO with 1701 down.' Clll ui for appolnmail.P5055' homo 3815 NW. 8th end eedltlonil enter pltitly sir, _Itl_ ill
per ..... ,. It.M pw <>rMt arrao.d. ALdiuRally you kilo Wit .... t .R. I balls I7MIM Ave 3 Bloch from Etc ttlnmtnt. ...., many .ki.. "bull M npHiiict. +.mondtrlulMportunlty
Ails't.AoMCletM Imlth, looitorI 174-1441 Cl ...... M comonltnt Ml Uclion. .. 1700 DOWN lowly I S badrabm 130 TWO RIDROOMCCI wills .... for .ppilntment I* M. this I bedroom rn.nt.ry School .nd 3 say ...tu.... Vary wcluilvtHdlon lor nlct naming
ptr ..... .. HM par day Compitttly" IvrnltliodPrktd both, ipllt.. .level masonry ....... pargwt 0155,5. IID_'. Only homo wllh hardwood floor, 17000 ... and tiff ....... too" .tnvoltnwit lorbinlntM
TAKE UP 'A.MIHTI m 1 U. 101LOW W,JOO, Ioc.,.. ,in the NW lectloii-ONLV' 5210 Dawn S Los than ISO 475ml. .....IItull, lendtcaood lot Blacks from Junior High. par month Will discuss proptrly Lot to--
N5 per ..... .. q.10 per ley .beth hams *l JI01 Nl I7ihTor. COSTIf tliUO.NIAT "beet lasso a N on Frlod. at 11X000 with 1400 down 5I S.r llntndol' .rrngmenu *. proof mooly 19* 0 HfptMn.convorntlon .
Cling ft tchooli end tnoe-" mews M bob's Jan."I A tlNm:: end HIM month to ewlllltd W. build for dlserlmlnit.' .) nocnury tint.Norwood .
(71 per ..... .. MM per day ping, ctntor. imoot HHr I, you rood monttily piyrMnlindor I bedroom route *n lirg loll NomaNW. ......"'..... FHA buyr.per
NIAR OHI -. IM, Til* both' Jtt '., tH HIM Itt in ohm you wail lindKipod. Ml Wi IMIH Ing people who 'pp.ecla'dIOtInd
171 ptr ..... .. MM pie t1 \ LR. OH iroa mock bar Mil nk. I ,". I bath holes In from Oilneivlll OWNER WILL ATTRACTIVE MULTI LlVf I RIOUCEO construction and 1)10 N.W. 2ttM' Av.. ----''"':

In Kit Plod S ...... study 4 NW. Only MM down FHA. PINANCII IR I bats homo In Northwtit Now K4Wt over If 01 M. It roan good planning. 150., M bitht" tint dn,
NS pat 111.. .. Odd per dtyM mop M sap blag I Ig shady Iran OHt tig family room S ..... dining' ....... Florid, 1)4. ptr m. or POM.... end
loll. 1024 NM tIM Av*. Tel >7tMi HOMI ON LAKE 4 bldreom, 5.1511 I" '".hIIt. C..rel heal. 1 with tlr.ploce Centr.l Nat ..ndIrtondlllonln. 0130 ml.
per "m*. .. ON I.,. day tr 1'2I0t7.JWK. UNIVERSITYREALTY t** bath, contomporery: homo on ....!OII WIM ..ailed 11..1. oak Hoori. Twocor Wt built this on. md *.
like |u.t Mtiid. city ilmlle-RI. A LOW DOWN) Tmmtdlit: euupM.

If* per "'".. ., .* POT *nM. CUCIO TO HJ.OO cy. Dial g.reg.t-un NOWI are proud of It. Pintltd UOO N.W. 25th PL Hope
NORTN5AIT. ThIs CemIOrl a .1.1 .
family room, Mpint. dinIng 1 ... I III"' ...
". 10d $11r
LARGE I Mora henS aturos bid lot. 10.1050 I.
4 bedroom horn Inencelleitt ACRE LOT .
let "me. ., M.M Ptr day till N Miln It. Silts J7WJS1 Nl lection OWNER bock y.... L..... U 011 _... Newberry 1 ...cI-A_. room, living room, pre ""
372-8404 w. M. Munrao. MUST IILLI MAKI UI AN OF WIno E1.d s1:10, .............. 511porch. On I mlloi out HOOD. large introne. foytr, lod- "III."H" Inc
UN NT ma .1111 pre or AtMl I. I. McLtughlln. PrinkRoby.JrRoy Pill JUIT 145 down A 171 per clod and landscaped
NW LOCATION tor only lirmot McCmn, T. C. Doug- mo. Incl. taws A 1.10 N Ruall. yorct- 71S N.W. Kite*.
CALL 378.1411 end ImHudn tile following' verso 11,0 "buyer. ARNOLDRIALTV Ill I X 150 foot lot. I IR. f btttw MM dn.. til* Va Trade Homes
I, 1Ied_. Imtitir .u wtre Sired, John Merrill COMPANY ptr month.4I19N.W.. >
two bottii cMrtrM hMt ,....... NOME P05 CHRITMA31. ManSloll Mtmbir If
TO PLACE, YOUR 11001% Ponds room bum hiklrchon M tII,. almost sw 1 .11 I Hit W.Multiple Univ.' Lining Av*. V>-* you are !Invtsllng In I or Property
double cerport" hays RealtorMultlpl. tiome In time for tho Noll. Aitocl.lH Jan Codw"w horn., don't toki achlllC. 19th Dr.
SUN RENTAL uflllly I' roan and I many' -tlir HOLIDAY JOY '. lining ales ft wve mo HomoitoidImmpilon ....PDl' bib k.I..... ., l.t ui guarantee I IR. I .btlh MM on* tM M ALL OUR YOUSO ARIOPC1 .
thing, Hiet youLet1 Will. Ilk.. M "',. central hoot I IR, I *4then Phono FR H4.4 for IM1 ,..tu," ,. Hodge Jimmy Orem your compltt. satisfaction .... 11.0. FOR y.r YTrZ.1"
Joy ;
gel together en thUone. buutimi, woodod lot ki MaMnMinor A..KIN50tMarall. I. LR, eiptrite OR. Fomllyroom Welts Itoddard
WANT ADSIS ,. with clworful" flrtploco, llg with central, air, condition. YOU WILL JUIT CALL.
Oood tI.I.., Im...... .rdlW. .. 1
.., ,,"
MOlT .ttractlve and .... than 117 klichen with bullm Cc1101.r
H luckhmnen EARLY Ing and
410 eCCUp.neylaw down pay.met. "burrwri AMERICAN heating and hard. 'V tin) it tin ITREIT
tot 00. Thra* Mdroemi two buhl even Cwitrol -
NW Plorlde reorn flnploce' willed Open All Day SaturdayMcKINNEY Swat ft Air conditioning' llg HOMEAll wood floor I I, .quipped 3) 42 I PR UNI or FR e-TPI
..lie, N'_ Occvponcy double. ott gerigo. AWIng In* FIREPLACE kitchen end cuttom built
H. far .... FLORIDA PARK
thin 121:COO land worth riltod
Ill) brick mlorlor .
otter M day*, ly epMlntmontLITTLIWOOO '
I mly. I II. I tarn. Ocala nock NW MAKE AN OFFIP. ft haw your ho_ 11....._ .. *, *.) etblrwrt. I/ Mouther Homo luiUen
'V OWN.... 'R. I D.'ls wll me with ....lbI. IWlAv.. turn' ronowid Ut lonte ClouilPHONI / buln.ts kit. JACK DE YOT
sir cond. wlm poll) dub' mombonhlp GREENDEATON I'wr.k':
wry bw Noes d'rtCt' 1mm .w.wr chin .. Sec I nl s Anocl.tleH of Colnnvlll
m Highlend! Court Mnr Sisal MITCAL"I aolralhoeing Ri iit.r.4 Inker I lw/r5s t
tar Mine bmreomi two bMhe II. central twit.Llk ,lavishly limtKipid
,.,. fS4I mo. 1>17 Nllltll I both CI.
torge 1M"It.. oak Itaor. SIALTORS ) air. condlllonlng' r. A.ascIsN.
Ttrf. FR 1 SNI.NllS new Very low down Mlf.Awm. .
378-1521 ...... Clwlc.
end pk aint porch Rasa merttiagei P. ojj.lltylng.IOUTHWHT MM. dood-ond Ray Ellis Ctrl.
.".. C11nbitabl.." A..IIIII.. J. J FINLEY NW rtt, leaned ttrmiivilUbl. Stem
KHOOL, | IR.J kith Cly C..KIIOI .... slid a vsry .. II Roy Illlt Chris Sto .
ha.01 s own 111m... Just *n Ideal home tor U I.," Myrtle Linlfir' HulterWm '
.. ... .
ft''" masonry Home .11. Sow.IpKIoal .... .. I II Phon.172.25llI2SN.W. j
owner. CHI FR t7t. Nr.UNPI.Slid Mod C. Llk. fiml, who If CIIIII 1t."I. AMOClllO Everything is
MARY REALTOR 10001 tltraughou', /m. MW I IR I both, Cl Flo.Rm 4 .11 3 1011I. ". .n.... CmlvNSwat. Id llMtlfc' AlHXlltOMen, litbSt.
MOEUER mccuiote" condition" throe bod- .. modem. kitchen. Call teINVtiTORl '... within lit it,
in .11' MCMd :I __ tvnt nm
IQIt W. U".?. Av. FR eMit room*, Iwe bithi' boeutllulhirdwood
floor. III ...... lOIuouOl 4111 Ills bama. biockt' ef the school Fov*., :
Out ef own5wsr
OCALA Meek. I in, I NN .M will oemldor yi 5 r Thla""ell' -' litulllul' ihodtd' KHdltlon an.- I ft 4 tee'reem' "' ..... I* ,;, ] ; ; NEW andTROUBLEFREE

__ 00111olo ... 'Ift" Invoillgote ...... t acne en I 441with : Priced undiVll?.OOt SHAOOWIAWN MCCOY'S .
.. w115 I.lain.
y LIM/y ream J.W.KIRKPATRICK 400 It trontegoi Income c. H 'HA Mead
.. I Ire _1tI ball yardbull.hl is. willi Sew ISTATISF. I7J-7070
fablIM.drl0ucsd price down Paymsf lot in show
3741011 M6
IrItcIIIIo: Mle1L .Mi
Vow Sad prooorty I IFRfni 5.00,1 yes -
buy. Call ;.
HieliorII Wt ere NNrl lIt flow roiteu- Itylw. For yo
'1M NW 3104 T... "1.17 me 5dNW N. M.,,, It Phone FR 11404AJJOCIATU rent Mowing' e vtry very iMollont "but INCOME PROPERTY a W... planned Irving eroM HOMES, INC. in a brand new home.
1.511 II 4".1111" IIuYW I Inen with toer sot ft fronts m Ou.lltv moNrlol, MODELS
ail If KM ere looking ftr proptrtywlih *) ft workm
Pill / .. I plays M.'I.' jnn lunmllCopt Nw ..enillnf IMg. 'lend 4oulpmeM III"'esbI'
7I"lil. .t.A in hcomo /let ui MMW youIhll THE 'JEfFERSON"Cninnlnaly
A. W. RetCt USN RMLni.
big .sal.CCI. c." m-toIl. tor soot a0aport. ro.. Klrkl'" .,. ...i,_OrWfln: II Ohm' room, living for tuerten..,"' .....epikn-. TM'* furnrHMd nlct. I_story Ill_.....month_ Fully k> proud A comnmMitty to live, In you would I be Move Now 'Before

I I. in ntMiiihed .bininoH tfnwAppr come. good condition md. .toe*. Drive W.oI.. NW JHhAv. Now Open I
.Mg 110M Mo/11. Owner ..11'1", tlon. Pw.d ttrotti Th* price! .. pnllM OMn tprlng' .In.torwotion ihii" homo bj eolonlil .....,...,
PHARMACISTS II ... HUM win eon.vonloncn
reasonaas You .Mud' In.
*em. 441 buds wim ... fig..o before you buy. cm F 11 |te iign on ton.FR 1 for grocloui, contom.ponry the HolidaysALL
eutiftnllftfl evportunlllt In "midy nxtloni) et Plorldi. Immtdlitt com. prapirly 4 lend wltibl :N17. aotM Northwest living Notice tile willtooolntid
end future owning.. We CM preMbly Incr.iH your prntnteimlngt for Apt 4 ....1_ Lord I Is. work.. aria with
1 Soil w* 1151I Piyne rlrle Oil for ...... McMEEKIN LAKE laundry, kltcnm' KM pmtry
I Paid, Rttlnmont. "... =. o>e thli" ppertiMlty. ririly' *+. If you Sri wanting .war round Estates iwrogo Sandy .lo tile ....... M. CITY SERVICES
Paid Lit. InourtnceHoipllilliitlon franca
Soma sllu..d m a b.au1//N/ ,Is5.Nlracli NEW Thtro are fnrol bo>
end l'rolc.1M..lcol .. pro...., emshtlo. roams wim outfflndlna Clo.5i
Inwronc.P.ld ef home end fKliltM plus two "lull IIIId
forty ocrot would MODELS
Voc.,.... MARY b* ID..I-J IR 1 .'''-''.. room Cu."'" ImlM komei rs- blttil and Mpiritt drnilng FERN WOOD MANOR
Plus tlr.oUc. mmenry centnMtlon itrlctedleeuMfulry .... III in. motor wito. II 1
A Fabulous. Profit/ sat,,,, ".. MOELLER -Woll I........... iprlnkloryllom New' Open hit formal) living room wim

Dt Net Hoilltt.. Clll Cahoots. in* ... Ilk. fronlegokKOMd Delly IOVillei -' wtjWe.1 Ml HMriN dlnlne' room pluo efomlly 12,250 up
M. JoINt H....., a mluj. Lit d Gnu room wimlnulac., .
714-MII (JeckMnvlllt REALTY O.ln>Mine I ml touth of .... and botutlhl cherry pwollng.TM .
t ".'lIk. Hwy kiM th piece. for All City .1." sham of tne .tools
Atomuy AM. f '.M. CitMllt end .
: ewtomportr
Tuesday f A.M. I 4 F.M.SUPIRX lilt W. Univ. Av*. PR 5/11 CHI real for living, end good liming. "' .... Irkk end ....., N. wim, Itl onochtd two car forego $400 DOWN FHA
Member Multlpl. oppolntmontFR H> ads
Lining nor poll will
I Mdroemi t both NOTHING
DRUGSTORES AlMCllltl' maSS 5 dMIgntlvl .
piece tolive.
All RepIlM CMNdMtlel. t W MoMler Foiter Knler' ASSOCIATES' 17'1 A""sly 111'-uo2sSmcss 155 NW ItiitM k eonvo $100 doting Coif
CherlM,. Mmes tMron Grad J.I Froy Guy Jiyn 'u toOl NW in* ,..
"..... Saywt. CH. J. W. Dtvll, H. J. Will...' Sea.Saa.1IhaSy. lenity locMod lit IM bee '
..... .
Multlplt LliHno laadsdar.d.4smpIMay MM. ot N W. Hill '
.05 1551101 Iw two 51.055 lo..M et N.W. Mtn Th. Charm1ntRANCHO FROM 5,516PER MONTH-
eN150Mse -

'. 3Ml AososS Tin I 1Ied_. I emit ....... WALK TO SCHOOLS .
...... WALTER STUBBSInc. tomlly room, living mm. dhv
Tabpteall 3777111 .ki. room, Mk Parrot floor
I I ALt4AL 54105 5203711 1005Down.
4 BR. Brick Front Colo ioli. New finlihlnj.

15825. $625
brick ,
homo. "
I.rgo"Nvklf row.
ACROSS N A P O 0 0 _... dining' room. I bra Phone 376-5394

1. Criti 25. Iou. START MAN AGE room*. | bjttn end nice Plorid "rtANMINO TO lUlL
....... A .
which k
e. CtoturlM 28. p.ble H t 0 6 M t M private" study. located an lerge com.pttNMy I "Wa trod. houses"G.Is.svIIN'S I Let ut give' you an till- DIRECTIONS: Drita Wait on 16th Aa. Turn.
10. Mtd1ctu1ll 30. Scrtdd laded tot waiting' dlot_
H mat en contracting: your Lift an 38th St. or 39th Tarraca.
L N A I WON T Unlvenlty' of Florid. *
mint plant :11. 'r. frtmct -- new custom home).
U. Hu. 3:1.: Kaoplake R t L t N ft t L t E LAIIGI PAMILV, fail WI I1m1. >i CaltGtraldorV. Q McCoy

14. for well I. ctrl saml M M C C it1 d1111dnna-' ...... Msynwn 1 bath.Ninny. Nnp/sa' .500 ItI. l.suriws. epertmtnt peweit sod building 10.5, .' Day FR 6-7290 Butler BrothersBUILDERS

15. Or\enIaL S8 Wanda LAM 0 D t S Iwky .sorry acaullNle lansocap NI" fit 6.5015 or

ChrtMtMl 3T, Chok M yal.. LAKESHORE 6-6502
up l. A M A T O Li

wlLongtng2 As. > geris a t 4. XST. PROUD TO PRISINT Thll KM Offlet locoiod of DAILY 172.9545 NIGHT 17'-'04I
i 11.11... I hurt. hem In mill** TOWERSNOW N. Wile trrwf em art Slot
rwignoertieod. ACT let Four bod- i
S W_ 42. AnwmUgi SOLUTION OF YISTIUDAY'S PUZZil room. |v* b>m, Urge Ihrlng room
""" with fireplace and laeareloj, dining LEASING
19.VW.tthlef 44 Dove 4T.Slralgh$ Hinds room, both heve call I* wiHcirwuma

20. bleat's ohrlien DOWN month IsuOy Blerldo' looarate ram Hvdy with.pata lirepiece. A WONDERFUL CHRITSMAS PRESENTFor

I ss.tonml 4). Store- 1. OD.hone 4. Du. fiordflcgelpip Thll home h) ass you
mould HO If yw ere "heklnf far
l2.Wlntc< Louses M awoulM. SyoS ........
SJ. Sew 41UMn S. Plea, due 6. Rel. blvd the Entire Family-A New Home By

T. Skit IXCILLINT normtoit HciHon.nemo .
I 11115 1 5.d'ss1.. .500105
I I I.J 14 IS 0 I. I" I'I" LOrlmUl pricodcueoncy. WI .1111 5545 Iwd5w5

9. law 10yossl aid -.ow so- KIRKPATRICK and PIERSONFULL

1/ III IA.III. n.Pm.falrr .

13. FrlttIS ILACK AC.... YraNIhaNII 1 ....
I'" hoot ,saws I MM hams 11111 !Iv",.
-. _oft NebS saw _
20. Spaa ot II, rem w/et nnNK.

1/4 lll I I" m b.N.NIW dsil. "will' klkhe. CMtrZIW.hM. SIZE 3 BEDROOM HOMES READYTO

[oU rgIUIl' 23.TlgigoihJ LI.TlNo. Abnsd sow S 5.4 OCCUPY with QUALITY K&P FEATURES :.
klncJ4. and 1. I "lit, adrshIy .......

Ilf IS :; ; III Minor ddlr .aM.s Mr IN wna1Hasd h lOt III lit 04510 w-00br ., uUXURY"riATURES INCLUDs.a Built-in Tappan Kitchens Priced from

93. Sur Saul 'M kltchM t tINIXPfMUV ......
l, r :,J'1M rep SwtMiiii feel RocreefMO teee *:. Two IUNIVIRIITY Sat! Meet Central Natural Gas Heat
t -..... EML S Asa of PIcpM GteMd* Central $7934
r lJ,(. "'" 29.Canine 15id Sims C Cerel M CeokL a Loo ery Feoktlega

SS. $I.E. Locker. a GorVot Dfe* ChiN Central Conditioning (Optional)

In IU J6 I JI 55. Cad of 5.t Ills ssolrklsd ACRII.SoSau,5a ttM no*N a P. *J Pttiipf Areo. S Ugh d Sod.walkt1..N..s
fHA Include
S7. fu i pe* etre hm. Paved __ ...... Exclusir Swim
,.. ,,44 If& ..qIff 35. Haring ion sw5. Mmer Mi* 0._ Club Taiat fr I. .
oily Nnwe pw* NO CItY TAjt.
aura PHONE 376-4456

14S 19.Spar


.. 4) longoatedrarUei2.R 424 New lap lit t


I iv AP N.wN..W.g 11.1 1194 LW. lift ST.- U4. HWT. 441

wMmw A110CIATI3.NM _INC.Is .drys.. Butler Bros. BUILDERS Sale. Offices NlUrtJ ..... fr llth. T.rr.- 7 ..J471Ir i
CNohys PaM.y As.ry PaIM I
ISM 5. Pb s N. 1.3714215 .

w l Par ourTS TMRCR'JIRD AlwtZU+p G Rio

wtnc AdbYld+ 'fti0lf f+CILf foul[! AP11fIfItWl, CK11N1/1 MILL. IWL1 L.fs 1 f tar ::. : .:_. rlrTe.IOIT113rOAl 10ugNCEne ZNgaT 1437 cl11sT SETJe

130 45hID 1051 lYflj'JM4Kr/0P 1'OOK b1R 104104. MtILi. 044NQysJw.. HILL. i1 Lt 151 Lf.W C>M f 1 Ac/IVap./ Z uQ K.aa 5H N Tae C/3erEf war-.Its l3APet -

MtII boat' 'MW (JILLA 114 r A / Br/OLEa+ Yi1J MW'>rNfa1 *WA OIIiL 1alTbat tsaTRnav t/e/adl/ MtitE Ca.noPAna/R7 tTro71ceo1! NOww' wxY-Mb1tiT IIiFRDt//' ,

ti hkl>3 ilAaIrW) yRi aCSaEC T j s"s iAOUSCIiwIII.
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H.... ... Silt 41 .
... b As..5.3t 91 -
41 Fersishod ApR.. 52 I.ie4.os Wtnfoo 3d M.-O. rt Ji IS AetstsebiS. ... liii l
CI.CSI .. tha&. J 8 WTI33lt I ARIU <-Foreign > Sport* Coin

Horn M lorg 100 141 lot smi, ItOAI Small. OFP-Wws'TflV monthly ..._... r'I3Aa black, loo. Spa. RIl mollTj. : : lOOM AND l73Al3.cClcas IPiCIAL SAL!. Moloot, 17 portH.nd.od SlIP ton Ni., tHinllnt oidiJIIPPOI "niNGuV"'t' I II
J04 got (*o ion*, .. NW laW PI-** Stem lumb, n blob .. roomi moid oorvlcii horn coon- 'IOC'" ORVIJT Oil VIMk .
II.... Price M500. PttOsI m.7Jt. _. or 17tlll.IN w, Unlo Ace. '1 IIW led II. .". or. IIII per doion. Woll h.i. 'ow lm.tmltaloe md OMPllont' _III... Wlloocrlllco.
OWNU .A Oft lAliliwar. It PtI51.PNlp5Ja. rooiod. ._ Woo. Nuroory < OS los "no .og* 13* 5523 "III mono otror. Call 174.IMI :
BLACK ACRES 001101 Sill. Good ........ 50,511 __ 237JWInd PlK. .or_ MiIMI.trodoim WI Avo. 01 P>M, BARKLEY
CUM I kodraom I both 15,10 SaYmsmt. Plsm, 55 2.20.,. Nd ..... or 3..BR. APT. 51 OIl' .ANI 10..,. Ia'S 111555 SaidrlltmiellalOlI. IALI 7116MPH te & loll. 1151 506-Ill, I II
Ian. sin, UN .. Jot ot lit NW OfiitoDpik SPM ...... o-WO. iKoiimt :
..- floor*. HOC down In, ACP.I form oo twoy 71 ..j., 7th Tar or coo PP 4im.lullor -IIt b55 con* with or* 1111 I lire codlIlosh 005 at lOlllow
ml* N. of Loko CI. now ilvon Ios.2151ym.ttq2pM. SIts A....
cloMnt tort ond droimi y Goad owl, FARi lLV rrdotorolod
tl32 flfllco >oc4tor
.w. Incl torn t In..._.. 4 ocr. I.... n Krn ta ,0..... Ono all tordon.... Apomnonll ...,. upololr vim' I M itolroy lit WILSON EXCHANGE W1LLIO 460 lOOtS iqmclppod far ,.M VO.KtWAOIN-N-"'dm.rodlo. I .
IS bodroom II. IT ttrool Phon
ocnt to tlmbrr Kin. PP. 4-M7Q .
'P.ID0WAV CONSTRUCTION .I_ In hiwd. amId ./ | aol 5,5 oMvotor .hollow MillIe. S Doe '0_ Sole 50. luroiloiii' condition ,,'s.
I7M4M or 376-_. poiturp. ., Prlto IIU' por unhirnlohod M aId .. "'UND N'IOW"lot. lot Is-ant OsmIs-ols. lotS. $15 "
= I oloclrn' Mr nnaiiloninf ... onitrooi Coll JTMJfl lIar I "okuoyi,
Kro. Iso ., 1$ michoni hootln) ill N' '
lOIN ,
PKM beds sod tRIals-s 115'I. reel. Ate AllylleoS .
oorklnt olio ovolloblp. oil day SwxloyIH4.MOI
ONLY $100 DOWN Iris,.. | mognoIlM. Mm plan... SIn coMlllonlni Mlmmlnt' _PIts.,* "....... MopN o-JJC. "?... OhiO ".*"? ''.'". III 05 151511 YOU Y '" ;
eoN Pool PJ MOTORSMust
ortllnj In mil ..... HUB ono block Irom P K. lcrrylhikts' I. "'_....... or 1MI AlPA P.OMIOtpyitor.
2 & 3 BEDROOM HOUSES land bread o1' owrloMliw lake. Yonoo Icrwol. Prom IIM por Fog .Nf..<. Sa. >;. ol'otllcotpoc WtLLIH30S SUVtel COlORS .ANTON IIOV lolli In o.... tend, too I
Tile Jim Walter Corp tin I ft 3 573.05$ ssn. Will. Dii Gain',: _lit. PoHrv youro now Cor. *, J07t NW om it. cm: :vo. MlMrthnmo II. I1J.JI"U5U Hw Auto low 'SI 104 w. Univ A.... or call loCm
--fer ..,. I. o..r. log $45: WltllS 5ts-lIts, nor I .,. mats Avow ond lUlls' _vo, or 2720556.OPPICI 441 _NornHl *. PPJ inia' ?. rnmAutomeoiloi I
"GolnoovUI*. Nowborry bId H IIprlngi or elll TOIft Drol' 753 0517, T.".-.. 1744454yUHtn S II
...... Call Jim Walter l..CIty.. Down_ .. 50l OH iALl Sloe 4-whool drlvo Jm 11 Wonfod1WANTED I
"CI'NCY loss-. .....,., .1' Con',11: hoot A -c. Itl. Hoovort lloctroluji
Co... on II10. Ocala Urn. SIr mu ACII" ""'ocll... OWPIIM' cacao .... so op. ote C." haa4'. '''1''. ..''-.. one .....* notion. *05051 Ideal huntlnf woinn. -
Ink. 1\ tlIa Wise 01 ally' limits' .0 M. or M mo. 311-M' 170-H1I or I71.7041, ID WA5DIN. 174.1141 J71.1kJ I4M caak Call:3741541.IN durln( Oofrvonlnoi CAIn "AN'tl. ..... .. ,..... sell 75 cars

FORDYCE oft ol pnvod mod. Dry pIel I tor Inrormotlon, onor t P,.M. CSotoMIs, AI Ilmodus Oars
woow, .101 on .., lUll D''G CO* onloy conning 51155 l IMPAI A b
eIrg wim tiPOUIY .. 1 SIN W. SparS, H 5000$ let 010155.. .06 II $11. NO.
GAS. Pul
Call Slob I 11I011001\01 du.I.. Sot of laS Unlvonlty laW Plrot Clool Ml* 02 HANOI as. OOMTnuior 0110055 bool10
loollorTll Al. PR IU dIll ... ItJ .. Ottk loot Air rand, *..v. od IniioiM PP.11 wIth, our LP 05005 '
poP "' PlIers Call HOT ml195J .
A... PQ.II*. 0" 556w. Pg 54621. Iwo *......... or...*. JMWoonrlc SAl 101.01 _...... Ill |p0o ol vi this month. No
FEATURESUNBEUEVABL Scallops' Coil. PI eases 511 stoolS SIr two nssnltms). FORD $225. Phone CIa" wood cart Call reasonable :
Acr *.
tracts odlolnlng 5151' or PK 0,1410.IP.ANO P1.5005. As-char ... P15 eSItI J72-722S
logo otudonto Bob Adaml n %-11 :,.
moll homo. Lend kHol, tar I Im buIlds ond eoupioo win.PURNIIrllO .
o lino 001 OIiiPsSI' -rod. Call N. Nlw prlkp or olon ..It* _

"t-swr country* ...llto* ,wwl *1 ....... nm. er _hTl. .PWily.... ol pickle. m NW IRIS SINGERSLANTOMA'TIC OIW. Yl\oIOvn., KHIOr, OM 44,5.mlHM, 050-gIll Oll'lcio offer refused
tin ... ...
.. Plwno
I isI leO.. large ontronc* tovorlorto I APT. PCX UN V III", PI 5' ..v .... Coil. PR t-ltll onor4PM
.bra cloMti. Cent. Mel 14. ocroo to Co. nr 0.11.., lino I 1ssiall only Air candllOd .... .

A-C Paroled L... Mm tlr. ,Iv.b.. IIomo 'ul1*" _.. eon I control hot,..... vtlHtloonioiwo. too ..... ... ttulCHIVIOl5T ...11....
place ond _.".1_ Over mow W ODOUt Iho lon, Phono 54 .lIIi.... RiNbHMrrlll. A. 7 Mt des svsIlIni -. 511111.
AIM has bMt.PrlM FP M4M PI
: n. on boouiirui 101 200 I '050 551101101, 41i75, or .1Ift out .It'L Mali OIl row 1,01. 0010pllccally 11mm. XMILLER. Best trade in dealsin
,Jivr. tot. Call Fomyc-37i-iM. market. on todoyl I '0. ITD.I WA"ERm'rr 1,0105155. 151 IS "lien", 110,1liens. $551. Dells..

REDWOOD *....'. t ..roo nr Mod Contor, EFFICIENCY APTS. CIII J.ts .... Pay tIes, to sue or CALL "SOl'
'oMlIng I trim. 1 br I .kith con'. able lor kvlldlni nnlol .II- in MO. VJ ..... ,... NO. Say. ..17 em 005 IMI PLYMOUTH ConvorllMo loorlPury
r..... lum.In Sc.. I L$ onlto Mleontpy .. Cs.T cell os-nC ilsscrp c_ ,
rngo. NARY ctionoo, 444 o Ion lUSt itM ''. AT. loOM ml, Good
.... MOEI.LEOp REALfOR oo. n nor* b7Sos.. Dol.. Goloecalll' OuO -
l.r.ttIIole mr 'let lit NW.polio Call one. 'large Portyco3701234. .toll W. U.,.. A... ,. .4471 I 5009| AHOIATH FOR II. bulldln, w. AlAn. Avo. Prko ... cor*. '1101 w rrodo lor oMorilW /.V) town. Savings up
HOI .. CO". slGmb.
TIP.PD COUPLI. nt PIP OIL por "' Call Htnnoll Kay -
'. PINHAICNW WOODED pluo urlllt.... Call 4 *l o.AVAILASH ...., '. **, dr I. P. MI," SINGER lUICK conv.rllbto WMchonl.cilly JU..

04. It J br. t bttli It".. n aces for """''"'". Dna Hit, I bodoportmonti Pg 11031.1065051w. tound Mends now top. ondlillplPM. Iota .. U.i. ou'soFl .
PI*. room. ""11"". A-c ft C H.. Counry 1I.'n' ..... oosds-o. Sir. 4505dillOOml' ollko or lloro withpionty AUTO 2IG ZAG IIIIJ J.JSU to $400.
..d matrp blImP teat,... O.y, JffiSi' '''*'"lIoct.! *.I'' "... mop Unlv, 1010 ol porklni' MO NW lOHt SIpsiessid 31.,011.
:32205 and GOOd ........ Cut ,.... ,........." _. C...... Adulll only, M 00... A... 111 por mo PKoni" PI f. SoIl Hko. No otlocnmonro nood PO tiD "..."..., rod sIll..
..,ye. ::17"1236. Call M'L Caroline loyal l._ '-'_ m por .... CoM 5201.SmALl.. .... PesloR sIll $56 0001.0 loleMS ports food toko up povmonti olMl GAINESVILLEAUTO I

J7J 5J93 )7S'2411 Ir 371-1(00 5015610.. Iso rod. Soy, If It .... sr Soy .loll'P00of per mo UN ..,..... fhon
FORDYCE Gladys Smith Rtoltor iAN RYRD 575 .WI!!". 3Mey C15s.blos. _4IK*_. SALES U 62 Chivy 61 Mercury

: 1 ASSOCIATIS. INC. I2MW. Unlvonlty, A... 44 Unfvrniiko A.... ...,. Dr ..... .'_."100 ... 1007 N. Milo St. I ..,AIr. I door M4M, Wooon 4door, SIP ton.diiionini .
"' "" IM4 SlICk IKVIAIK. I D' V ,
Grace Prodyco MMltorfllAL 10 lore., I mIlo Irom town good IIL, SpIel C..... V4, brUO Mid whIle phone ri 2.4111NorthMotrol pooor 51,1,100 I, tilt PUSS SteIrl.p.
flslPg Oil
ISTATI CONSULTANTSOlck _"....' hiss5153 Itt'.. us ..... mite s-soot.56 NW 1t111.qulsoosd Dr,; 5( Iviit .., O"ti. CAMEls Mall Pootso 0,0.5. 2 ... At. WW "_ ,,. 5 1 M, I outomotio' hoilor.1armiSskcCpads root UK. oooor broiofc. ouwmoinIronpmiuion.
Panic Frances Nougloroh POIDYCP A5SOCIAUI. INCo"ALTO' SLUKli0miy Oeatl. PS 1-1617, 510511. 00007,1st 01 01. AlIt owl ball and othor o>tro>. I Florida
Owloon H....' Ixiton : 7p17'CFUL OIlts 00566tAtil5' Ironic Hoi*. Phon PlmilHO loll vim tactory ouoronloo. on* ....... $1295

0 C. Ooy Dudley Gaiters lId W, V.,.. J7HI 41 HOMO foe lnt tunI cri *t lnd wim, M ntobllin.od TRAIN LAYOUT Complolowlm ear?" P550w 394015. lndoondnt DMUJT, $1595

|M W. Vnl" 37HH4 "" "_ ....k. otitlon om.cltruo I _,_ N C_ douWo '
U lINCOLN '_'...
43 Colo,.. ... | Dr.
ProHrtyHOWIt Irovo, room Por honor oddlltonol ....'. died pow
; SI MO"ILI HeM I. '' DlrdKO. locrltlro olPnono 12*
17 (..! EaSels IichiriooJ 10. pjoorlvno. '' court S
10<01101I. All for quick' Sale' or tlnil pork
-*.. 155011 I In yarA Ill, ( 272.flS1.5'Id -a!
P0. tAI I Would" conoldor, rIgId kind I ot HI Sod bootrtltully londocoo.od 58 ChcvroUfrHblo.
I WANT I. Is-ada SR IImlly 4 I booI_ II |111ft M 4 ::17..30 ...- loilta* duo I* Illnon olownor. I..... Poriod Chrlltmoo Sod
64 OldsI
henna lot J.. fer sImilar _. In Hl Avo. Small, tarn ftymtiO MAP.KMAM'1. MclntoiK., Soar oround SIlt toP lolhoronMM Vt stsadsod
G.IIII. Write C. 1. Iso,. rnonlnly piymontl tit w .... I IP.. _... dlnlnt room II'. .. SI5lltlsea. .13. I. 0.50 SItar. SoleS "tetr. I Isr lends I *MOt Maodn.. 11505056*
jI.r, 3735 Jiolt" Cd Jiotmorcll''' ', AIM lImit bvilt on your lolwitn plaCe Nowly -*.... doiirobM Ylly '.'110. P It M7I4.PUlt ..... ISIs. Sel Sal. eorytIIng, IPAIMgwui ilv< _'" 1,111.4 Ii>:

I. II Rnl Wort.dN M dtxrn "',...... r*. Sims. 174041.Nl locall,.. Adulll 5161. ...".. IUCCIUPVL.for ..... 55111 IINCIAIN fIn_ POP.MICA, ooryinf' counlor 50ly" 5410$. ..IT* IM PPJICII con 1111545 Sot 05051000115 $795
P5 2.110..
IV wldo by IM' ten
.. I elll help 111115101." Call PR 1 aol ANYMHUISIOUTHI&P4'' $3895
I 'VLLV 'V.NISH.DIt 1111. wit' StaInless itool ond floillolod MILTON MOTORS
ltOFIlSO". ahi J 101sua1 I. LWIIIn by county pork on HW.... T'IIM and douorl dKploy, rock.VI .
or (W Goln..vlllo or win, Sm lntbrol.d tuvlnt SSOIr. I loOMS 4 oltlc .
weoltor'dtyep. L.... now now City T gIll
'equIrsds knpoct 17M4II .
small ....oa.. PlMto, II''.' tultntormollon. '' ol lot, 01 tIme rljhl pfla.M Call "por mo'PP. 0-494 Hoil on propotod now ",.."" INIrttorol. III 5. MAIII 5?. PR 65575Volu. AUTO S 61 Chevy
Wrlto Ion ....A. l< 171.11' koo". Ideal tor ooily 1ft... IMOI 4 torvlr*
Oolnoivlllo, I.n.fA.1oI .'e. buy now on llborol, tormo4k iii-. 5s-oo.5 oast Oloans, lIce 411 N. Mom 63 Olds Cdscl MIIM. 5$. V 4
MOV' IN 41 Hmiio fur lISP Unlvr., got ft_,.... 0.IStIl Ie eass- Oft .... 111450$. .tin I
Now piompiion
I b.droeal. haiti.Son' ..
WANTED U 10" 10) oc... WrIt. Hjrotton "H 4 door he.... Ill, $1195 f
colorl Mont
N. 0. lollln *
.. low dos ,. locak '*" IW N II .
wIll or wltnout hooio. WlttilnIS "'''''''' .
mllot of Ooinotviiio, coll :J74.Wit N.I. 15lh Oar. I .It. 1 .00111 .lek $155, 5 ltd $0_ _ _ oiocirtt ihomiiiirlt. MOo Rated _". ..
McCoy lullrltndiyl7 ..., .... M.y be Non It 1124NW Donloll Pumltur* C4 lom vllloIAO.OAIN .iI1-. _
er wrltp 57 NW lotl ActII ,
Jrd Avo. 1loImms Con.... $2495
''7m W.",.* r. li UsedCoriB&G I
.''nll" no. ,," PtoolPg6.157L ,.......
0.6.1 T ft. Pap.tyFSAMll4OUSLJrocinsa'airutl -- rk. M troll
P0. IINr-1 I* ontwrn _... COINS WAN II OJ ,loro nwM lllcor, ,,_.1.. doc MOTOR CO. 58 Ford
I ICe4,1I.
41-1 COLORED KINTALS Geld ", ,'Ion. 171 per. eta PIMMPtwio All UI. an*) Hroign illyordolllri ...,... rlklo' ., lad,*. ._.... WE'VEGOT 4 door VI rMta, Hoolor.S395 .

Oft I terti toro.d 11nd. Esaaraabla. PC, 4lcss.S prool lola on| lOll "le I" 10110.' 111015. 65Sf I 'M.A .. o Olol.",,. II. I Rambler

Moo Old Tess. .. Cal NOW RENTING '.. 1 bolt,. CCI _.. Doll Oollon.Hill ROY T'u"l lit "W 3115 5t. lcd HW J'1s It. 62

emu city, Ill Or)?. 01 Ob ID ultro mourn 05515- $125 per ..... 054 N'/II 21.1 ITAWP *, COIN SHOP I WiOM, 4-door, _...
".. oporlinonro, liroo Irvln* onddlnln D,. StIR W Onlvonlty Ay*. 6, Fist Oil P WseJg Sir MndlllonM roM SItS
40 ...1_. ProportlttINVESTMENT woo. mortofi klMion wrm :V4-W4I lor oppt.NIC :

ton, loro* oiwoeo ckooto Mrron .. I II CCI HOUSI on inodycornor 44 H......*!* ..... FIRE WOOD REASONABLE POOLE-CABLE 1965 $1595
..... 55 Old
ffoorb IM bios loll M ot MS Nl Jnd Avo. PhnooFB 6.n>? 'I
or aol Hot wolor npow. faces City. Good noigMboro.Coll rT"l.OWN'' -hMm-rul>l>o-cou* <". MOTORS I S 4 door rodld nootor, w. .m.
lIes 5.51601 ''' atm PlIant 3743510.S ....
.fer IlotilS.
:ft:7. trommlnlm.
79( 1.Mool. FORDS
Itrton. too Minor NU ..
Low Prlto on a sail '<... coil tor oppummont |7HI > $5. booS I. "'cloah I,, Illaldyssd. Phon_3782095.r DODCI-DAUT ; 63 Chrysler pomo SMartog.

scaled Illli strait or ..7HnLIN MC toil' P621 81111 Aol. MLP-i CU. PT. 10.111w 14 IOITOM WHAlll, Atcand. 7KVCKS $345
.lot Moor MMlcolContor 1714455 is37433*___ woo oprIght lranaer. SlOW VJ lit, II HP IvMwo motor. Mur.ty READYTO j '$5.0 | door .......,
Unlvtrnty I TOWN roar ihoppingttnter I IH vnfurnluiod" tioui 01 lOll .r OOP ot 1011 N. 14th A... troiwr, I 4*<.. Ml look bHINCHESTl > lit n lit _.., rvoa MWN4

Call Alma Hlmon'man __ Call FR 2-1694 Nl lit Avo. Contocl MorW. Po.. CLOuD iLL bAY Mondiy- Kmovo. t'.dId 4011172. -f $2895
SoltIMWlodAns.. -
Opon Tuotdiy In now kcotton ,
Gladys Smith Realtor'l22IWUnlvaclety 45 ,...I.h.] ApH.olr IDI..WILI. ...,.01 ...... I SO.dalIbla ol Ml "N* inn Av*. Manydditlonpl 71 Cum'.Hsnd.PIsh 57 Chevrolet *
Avo ..._ I.rgo iroodod MMil II.... 16611 to ourotock ": FOR THE CORRECT DELIVER -
1 II. II.. _. dill. ,oom. kll7 IW loin II. Plwno ....175.. Ifl collbro, oul7rtII II I d..r oMon. otoMdrl
POTENTIAL"lullnoio Como 07 0506 NW 4111 $0. Slier I Sloos-lyNa, *. ....''Ion' lor Pta bruohIwntlnt 'IlMEsse IronimiHlon, VI
4 Homo ',M. I ,". I own kiithtn turn iUnlv. Pumlturorraoo PI ..... Good rood wood ..* 63 Chiry II
Avo. Phase J74-I7W ollor4PM .., ,... ,
17V PI "*1. FR 2.1411 $695
dbdrssm,3SatIli F.. I"CI.NCY, "efe iii. KENMORE DISHWASHER lisA o-oov oMon Ace.
Cornor tot II..... .,tdu.,. IlsiliSt SrIosinosei,1uIs. Silo lopolr, Vt-MM. RIM. ..... sliem56lS OA. .71 DON'T DELAY mtilt tronimiHion' rodiomd
NW. 4thlrntHI I IR I both, CC Homo tomlII. Jll A 5.L. G', tart nIb. 11115 Salop.. CeurtttyOIllnlyonlt. MoMr
,00000 PS 04054.IXCIPTIOI6ALLY ...... sea. LIIIIIWOOd ..... II 111 HAM vIM rorrloorotoro ISO Coot Slob 00, 15 tonI S II Chovfolol SII 'EM TODAYSHAW
,t/I-Slfl : pap ota. Pleas PC 6'- If Ill MIO, oloo .tovot tro.lro tj Si 1.1011 lan. I:1212? 51071: $1795
Gladyi Smith Realtor sic T'ii" i. aI JOe NW :M.ft T.. RfPAIPJ won ON ALL ... MoinM. II SItS Ayo. 61 Chevy
"...11I_. wtonitlc' hoot, MAcIL Call PI liool WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC
MM W UniversIty A... M pIlls .""'Iet. lOot NW "It IXTP.A CHAN I bodroom homo Aii7 Jl nIle will oupo. In pied oond.M I Imoolo Plus. Hordtoo
Avo. pnono 374HW.Ptwno HI Cdrol IMOI04. P'rolor pormo- ADMIRAL COtIDITIONSR.msso ill _,1St. powor ilootlnf' _tilt
GOOD BUY I call couplp. no Unglo. Hudonl ITUI sod HOTPOINT MPRISIIATO tronomHilon, Pill led
1..1111'W.... I 011001\01" IOPIIIIIIW aPI _lbS See .... 31',711. CALIIIPJ M I CarbIne Ammo. BARKLEYMOTORS Chevy honor

dortul. _......., or S ilia lou 01 III PR II MS71.ond fl' P1.. II I*. I .."'. Ilko nowi N I Colt PI 4-M7X I mm .Aiouoor,... imlIca4 In toorl.orliod & t63 '' flowwolld 11.15,5.
IM PHOT PP. $1595
rjommf" houw oaod tivoM. ., ,
dollS I-A-Q AfPLIANCIIio tron",1.._
Inane tot builnoio orooorty 117 NIAS comsesl as-I aol 1w. bropts. I N. W. :-0.0; :.., IIM. sod Ouorowoo "II lIlt, Os-plo 406 50500 ,-..... 55501Islb.
Only A... II Inloroilod, call "Ot hr I2JI SW 255 A.... MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ot lolrworohirt Open m ...
Norwood ".DO. J7H30I, phont PI .77M .... I PM"" I Ponooo from IJ4 Ok 72 Offlt lo..1,.....l KEETER!
tar lIlt W. tlnhr Avo op "IM THI AUTO CAM!- :
ooot to ooo. .1 4 OH mo 17 VrooKorl Irom II* $2295 62 Renauff4door
41 Rttcdontlol IncoiM No unmorriod, or Hiidorfrodo or I, bod_.. two ..."'. I Dryoro from I4t upt YUlfAX C2PTAIACWRSBI lARKLITS TMI NAMI" I
...'" .'....,. Pools tdnol dlltrtttovolloblo Pood-Prooiort from tn upDIMtwotnort 5601105 _,Ion, M..... 2 JO I N. M.,. Si.FR :)1 W. Unlt.rtlfy noon.
II APARTMINTI. pnoni now, IIIIW _lit 551,5,15k. I less Ml ... lip N 0 Gall doioil food togiwocoploi
A. I. .
Phon FR < 5J7I $895
H.,, AovrSrlOI 1M 7060 hnior will comidorIOOM. 1ITV Sot from AI.. Ml I 5555 ..... 5 mMutool 2-4171 I I
FR Con Mr.. MoHlloomt PIH04. JIM SOYLIO APPIIANCI C. Saov to'. C......... 51110'
__ _6-5576 __. 00151(1: 131106fmS' _ 'I' SW .... Avo P* 3110"" _tilt to_ .... ..._ .... 63 Chrysler"lot
--- I ....... turn MUM -III! IDISCOUN1I'RICES P1 Way popor ill CAomkolt. 4 door k.*.......
I': ooorotwi. Mint bo sold CRANELINCOLN.MERCURY -, THIS'WEEK'S
loroor..oooclty' moctilnoIMO Pssileolqsrllae $2895

COLORED Ill UnIv. :1745236 lost .Ilr pet
-!!- W* undersell" ovorybody.HENDRIX II, Comoct w e. loorooio,

Ooinoiirillt Iwi PHono Its-lIlt. I
4. Recess Fit hasp
FURNITURE co, Ie tilt lIsts Ie _
or ysrCR5107100 SAFE BUY 60 Old SPECIAL
LAbs OUIIT room wiin"nool, Mw !m ol tern w CAlf I)' .

RENTALS slId _'" Prlvow onlionco i. fouoo Brownlr* lots, tn c.MI 515111, or Iolpninlod. aooarSd t'.' 4 door HdM lIP
""'. wortinf mon *f ituPhon ,. I I ,rs. did Konmoro ..... dIll' or 1.150 ... IllS 5.1151155 of USED CARS "Ion...
PI 6.2221.PUSNIIIOPD wownr 'otn wd very linn, PisceS'sCorstoto 64
bi ouoliont --. Very roomMrlf Xllco O,rlttort $1395
.OOM' J\It Ml 565 1145011. 1E7y.Aol.1727103! '
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES Stool, cam,... t1C $0 20 *05. 516 S. MAIN ST.
Coil ,..-,,1tI. Male omoonn only. OI.A'I 'ldl"' ", dea' to I t' sl4' 71 M.4 .I M.rahasdli.ItCTrsTaf Bu'ck.r'
lit H's110111 1g.. I trao.. $tot4. 4
III WIIKIV or Ut monthryi ..., _s Mr lr..jlfv, Mr. Hart.. Mr. IcrklrFR
SImS.. botH, ovoryttllno wopliod 371-11* Ca'amLllki"o.o. 63 Mercury door,
_,]n MOl'_>ftr PM"" on"v., amodlw.Isosoyae.dlllap.. 'h.". 2J'3IOMN '
... III. Sloan, *rdtodv Ill"
III. Sultotamle ISlonol Rot PleI _o .. IIM, Mil Pall mu.
51 Mlod. IMMUJIKAILER Movw wd. ..'...1 MM 5561, I7I4J4I.IPICIAI. 1. EVENINGS .-........
toll tor KOO. P* 4IIH odor IMWorliond CH"'IT'IAVI"O' $3795

SPACE onyjlr' o., ,,,,,,,,, ,, M OH __... 5. bond $2895

kocIar.s'oIS Sod __'...
I, lao Poe MONTH PINT ss Mi... Fw (.>. DERDA MUSIC CO,

Neabatry traIt..' Pb% NIWrwdon- ICYCL'. _.. ..... oil 14 MoM V-4 1I, 64 TR .4

.smotr,7. FlL ,,,, Morn, llolilo, boot cup.m. r 1.44 led boiler, I 1106 63 Oldi
Call J7I-04H satan 6 PM' HammondOrgans ""
.A W.nHdT list .. :_ I C.M.C.PICKUPS 0511 I door hoodep. 56ar
... .. ,
NIP, lioor moot sIll' oorinoj 61110,101lISetllsallll. .
ooookor M coomd Od oond. $2795 1116.V. .
WANTIO t bodroompoiiiitint 15,01,001 $ .
or howto tor a IIIJonutry 471114WElSTER STANDARD
0.15 ParISH to Startle, THE & VANS $2195

l. 1*>4. locoflon m 5 PIANO Of COMPARISON" 63 TR.4
Smd 5.55110514. 51151 lottJoIM .......' HlfHtly" _.... Colt TIle *n* ond only Plommond 0....
a I 546o,0,5 NisH 5101, 11111 InS 'M tiOlnoMIHo KH. 31..111. Mor* Hommond rtrMm) ooldHion ONLY SillS ond MOM* ,ISo

Large llnls-i' ditolri' Sea Smile sonnemletanl sloe i ... oil mokoo comblnod I Ho
01 LICE _... HOM* In 15011501 'mooS 5511 bIds-lam "' .
Contractionolntod v_,,, Slime, my or ** mol novor rodirlrootiMMf
lOMnry .1' .111I! I-1 10. 1,401 r$1050 aroSs-os 51SI' -$2295 60 YWClanetl111
M mcutivocoooto
I T....... ,...' 5 TIM <0104,5 slIts imoul cnlldronj or 0665 11tH 5110 P1005 tIll Mormwid 111501
"...., wallS aLas-ge own ullll .'... ondoKruMory dooir., locotlon, orlco. phono pon.Orro 3727. 10 UK prororonc ot CPwcHoo
k- .
aol 0' P'Il10iaOcall.
tIled lob one ohoworlorpo
.duosloNmlat.d AllIS roolIto I. A. $- PD. .. I OIIHWAIMIP., dJKOIIOOldondinon Pro lotoono tow tilt .* $1095
double iiidinf lot ,
U2. 0"1t $49
'1" _,

o town LIteso Ctasett Povod I*tlroMiClow ocMol lcd bin Hop. CAN'TIILI.. Voult toatll way .obodlidPkono Ernie Tarttr' Rep. 56 PontIacS '
.Of LIAS' 20 0 MAttel.elPONIISLP 011411S.DOG
o bob otorooo cleordfdr Plonnod ploy |rwnnMortogt dnor OMM rpdio MillI'
WaeblIs5" Mocft'', SaturN ADULTS wInce" 7iWi. u-511 516 5060 Aton Music; Co. 1010,0514 konomio.NO 58 VW
.0 elmS Ill ,... Ill aOl *,
MIlD VNPUPNItHfD IPACk 5005 C_ Icllo5 511141al.I HI .$. I Gas Ption 400| .......
ippomtmonl (ill 172-5111 d* 172.5122Toko OUt SlIMS IN HIT IICTION ,. P5500 PI ..7IM.Wo ..-.... PI* $445
WITH | ..O.t)().... t IATM1 THAN ORDIN/RY $695
portKootl oormooot Mm torroco lim lorl I M x*. SULLY 'OU"'I IrvCeeti.P.O. SOS bALI. fasloel dallooty PIANO PICK-Uf (V VANS

.. PS 6-Sri MANO' MO.ILAPT. 501059001. 50.06 trIll.PIiti wQ" ..... .
: ::
? 5 'es-oss Is 4tH SR $5000I ", TROPICAL

-- 0 iolamis u Soe" 551,5. 0'doss's 04105-o.t; 1154 50706,. PONTIAC i 62 Plymouth 62 Poncho

...... Ill SI co.'s'.to 5. .50. C SIlOS 0 foIl to 5l_ Y 4door oodon. ovWiiimloiion .... .
"...... ... ... ... 0.1006 5 .._. G.M.C Truck Center .. powor 056 kIm'

SERVICESHome Ou'L' IHOdboordi ortdon Ices.SlWsiaOOlO5OsirtIm.. t'J.11.56 = ..
PItH 220 NW frh A... $1395' $2995

I 0560. all 50,056 ro.. or'" -SI'INEro ,
H lor to ,t soil, Mollroio .00 ati55so
and boo oprwo ta> WOU ::= :. : 63 SunbeemApM

COX WAJtEHOUSt dIes 51,5100 I
And Business It MOO M P. tan 015511 ...IIC Ca I 54 Ford *. .o>dKP

OSo10 Icr Ga55 NS ___ -... C_ Shopping for a New Car? I door 01410. >**Mt IMo*.

.. c.. fl'''' ... 510550. PenlOlilfIso.II $2195
O... AiM'51556* port d (000.ocb SEE THETrcmcndous *
rWMf booOfc Mel t modkm.
Iroklfut Con prior I P 011, PI OMI.'IMA AutomotiveM $345

LIsIl.C. IlL" nor** o.. M-por; -ont Selection 55 Pontiac'

50011)000< 11II(,.... I.. hIARRELA.Caeow pOosaI0Il 01111 to 10 55-4 toIs II 4V lot.* c__ oolo ......
15ti p05 sil _.... Isimb is" _.,. Ie 100550. aeS *0r yll 4 I IP_ OldIe' 5511.

It _- SouP. S1PIRAISCIC. : par i.. pam .amse mill 514 Is 11011105 506. 05 ..... as smsand' ....-xrnm :-;; 63 Ford to.

-I. Sal o* onylim*. 1050115' 51Ir5. WICa 004110114. 65 RAMBLERSPRICED i
Doll By'oI PII 97$3$75PHA P* 0/MO __ PI 40tl 10- .i, |*o>r, ........ $145
nor PHOTO PI fKOI. _

1,05 to G.r. D.... too** Mot CnrMMxo PwoyM MMi i s'-"jiii ii lulr -A.p"mor;y;lo.lirtdt. .
am- ream lens 55' 11 islllsl SIP 5055. ._. III roMori I S. Co..n, .,. FROM I
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Prayers If It Just Goes to Show What Television Can Do! Speechless, 9He

Asked On ; World Capitals By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP a happy 60 minutes of tuneful It included absolutely stunning An three programs, demonstrated SuesMINNEAPOLIS sj
Television-Radio Writer music and gentle good humor. color photography of the British anew the miracle of television
I Finally there was an hour's (AP> js
countryside, interiors of : three treats, each of a
from the Sun wire service leaf
NEW YORK (AP) One appreciation of Sir Winston Churchill's mute, Joseph Kollar C
ROMEPope asks for chantment over African's attempts great Chart- different and special character, has
Papal TripVATICAN pray Churchill brought suit for
sometimes starts thinking of as a statesman bu. well, and the Riviera seacoast. brought into in IISO.OOC
ers as he prepares to depart: to govern themselves.! television primarily as a Sunday painter. our living rooms claiming he can no longer ugc:;
CITY (APTh world's half-billion Roma n Bombay Wednesday: government and Buddhists Intensifies silly situation comedies and "The Other World of Winston and bedtime. I having lost four fingers in
Catholics were asked today to UNITED NATIONS Rusk ; Buddhists attack government melodramatic soap operas occaslonally Funny Garden, Churchill" had Its. prob- 'industrial accident. 't..
pray for the success of Pop [and Gromyko confer, expected "repression" and premier Interrupted by a routine lems. Churchill at 90 is a very I I The suit was filed against t\S
Paul VI's trip to India. to postpone payments crisis de- Huang says harmful demonstrations variety show. So Cops Move large subject and the program Recommended tonight: "That companies connected with :
The Pope leaves before dawi I [spite Russian's announcement which were "workof never seemed able to go In anyone Was the Week That Was," NBC ufacture of a maJ2:
Wednesday for the Internationa:I to contrary. Communist Viet Cong The next tune such dour reflections MIAMI, Fla. (AP-Narcotlcj) direction for long. 9:30-10: EST; "Viet Nam: It's aMad broke. while Kollar_was usingElecfricit ;
Eucharistic Congress in Born. LEOPOLDV1LLE All civil agents" had originated ai occupy this vIewer's agents said they watched while The heart of the program was War" NBC, 10-11 news -
bay. Plans were made for i special -. flights to Stanleyville and Kin- Buddhist center. mind, 1 shall recall Monday Phillip Weinshenker, 20, cultivated the films of his paintings which I special with Chet Huntley nar-
program of prayers in the o du halted; rebels' fire in Stan- PARISForeIgn minister of night's programs. I his roof Then explained Us interest better I rating. i [
Vatican and In Rome during the: leyville kills Cuban pilot, probe France' again attacks Multilat- I For hour garden than-----. u.rather.... point less ..1".1... ....sand t",1.. IADVU RTI5IMQ NT) I
four days of his absence.It ably caused crash of plane. eral Force proposal, says he one early In the eve- they confiscated his marijuanafarm I Merle Oberon Viscount
ning we were treated to and him I HOME
an enchanting placed under art HEATING :
will be the longest absence HONG KONOChinese looks forward to Britain Joining Montgomery.For .
: concert by the New rent. FALSE TEETH FOR ALL ELECTRICAL
from Italy of Pope since Communist gains In Africa seen mllding! a united European :
any York
Philharmonic Orchestra almost 50 years he found Ruxkntiol: .
Plus VII returned In 1814 after as giving Peking "excellent" force. I enlivened by the comments of Welnshenker pleaded guilty to, that "Just to paint Is great fun. Rock. Slide or Slip? I Induilrlol Cumm.reIOI.*
five In France as a prisoner chance of being seated At forth- PARIS Congo Premier setting out 395 marijuana plantsIn
years I Leonard Bernstein. It the closeups of his FASTiKTH. no lmpror powderto I CALL i
n. reactionsto .
of Napoleon.The comIng.: U.N. session. Tshombe rejects Africans' demand I baskets on the roof of his utilty b' iprinUKt on upper or lower '
Vatican newspaper L'Os- LISBON, Portugal Portuguese for end of military intervention A short time later, Andy Williams '' room. He was fined $1,000 I sun and shade, sea and snow, KatM.i ...boidi. Do HIM not Hide teeth, dip mon' or Brailyi rock I C. P. Dressier:
servatore Romano said Catho- believe their position In In Congo; Bays he will turned up on his own program and placed on three years' probation taietian brides, Greek temples, No IMlIni lummy rASTUTHUallullni, foot?. put. tuto everywhere were asked to Africa has Improved with increasing see De Gaulle today to ask' I win delightful Julie An In Criminal Court Monday English daffodils, that pleasure i odor).DrMth Dow not, Got ma rASTISTH Chock. 'p1 I.w l Phone FR 6-6193 t
pray that the Po mission toIndiu international dlsen.I for public support and aid. draws In tow and there followed showed. drug counter, vwywlwr WNW.4.hSr. :

may be realized.Tie L
Eucharistic Congress Is a -
gathering of Roman Catholic Auto Insurance
Church representatives from
around the world. The Pope's I
trip Is a personal gesture of
friendship by Its spiritual rulerto Rate Hike Asked
all the non-Christian peoplesof
As such It underlines the modernization TALLAHASSEE (AP) Premurns Other forms of insurance made I
and renewal occupy for liability Insurance on up the deficit, they said.
I ing the Church since the start of more than one million automobiles Liability Insurance protectsthe
) the Vatican Ecumenical Council In Florida would rls e motorist against financial a
two years ago. 23 per cent under a proposal loss if he Is responsible for InjurIes
The papal visit continued to scheduled to be aired d ur log. or property damage.A .
j generate controversy In predominantly ',a Public Insurance Comml- spokesman for the 200
Hindu India, where ,sion hearing in the Capitol I companies said because the FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST
t militant Hindus viewed' It as the :Monday. requested rate Increases and .
start l'new Catholic l conversion I The proposal was advanc e d,I classification changes applied ovs 1
efforts. by some 200 old line capita to basic levels throughout the BIG 36"
I Prime Minister Lal Bahadur stock Insurance companies represented state they could not be unused 2OVENN
I Shastrl was a ked In Parlla.. by the National Bu as a guide to the amount .
mcnt Monday If he was aware. reau of Casualty Underwriters of premiums any Individui 1
'of reports that the CatholicI' and the National Automobile car owner would pay If the requests
r Church would use the visit and Underwriters Association. were approved. LN | 0 | RGE| | ( AUTOMATICBONUS
the Eucharistic Congress to increase The companies are repre- Under the proposed classif
l'J! Its Indian membership, sented In Florida largely by cation changes, the companiessaid
'now shout' 6.9 million. independent agents who wear they were seeking to assign -
The prime minister said he the "Big I" Insignia-and by In- .the lowest premiums to --
did not think the two events dependent Insurance brokers. groups of motorists who cost .
were Intended to Increase con State Treasurer and Insurance .' them less In Insurance claIms 4g f e ( .
versions and he hoped that Commissioner Ed Larson and highest premiums to those p; 4 ALL DELUXE
., would not be the result.. scheduled the public hear who cost the most FEATURES!
I The Pope, In announcing the Ing yesterday. "Shifting many I Indlvldua "...k.III" Oven Window
i trip, said he was going to India Basically the companieswant motorists," a newt re leas Giant Matter Oven
r as a pilgrim who wanted to two major changes in said, "would help prevent bet Second Oven features 0
I .meet the Indian people. Security automobile insurance in Flor ter drivers from subsldizlni g Vertical Broiler broils
problems presented by fanatic ida. They are: the cost of accidents caused by; t ) en both sides at the I
Hindus and their objections to Higher rates, because o !f poorer drivers." same Infinite time.
1 plans for the pontiff to distribute higher costs of more traffic accidents Under the proposed classification l Controls Heat Rotary

gilts to the poor forced a including higher hospital system, youthful operators Four High Speed Surface
revision of plans. bills.A males under age 18, would Units
The latest official schedule for sweeping revision of the pay the highest Insurance el! .fJ Full LYeer Guarantee
the Pope Issued Monday night classification system under rates. The category would continue ji w Free McDuff Service
,j in Bombay, drastically restricted which Insurance premiums are with the rates dropping [
his opportunities to rub determined for the Individual annually until age,2$ for married McDUFF GIVES
shoulders with the Indian mass- motorist.If men and until ae 30 for YOU A PLUMP
both requests are granted bachelors
the companies said, the By the time married m en fiNEST QIUUTY
result would be an averagerate reached age 24 and bachelors
increase of 23 per cent. reached age 29 they would be CHRISTMAS I
I In The At the same time, they said, paying about 10 per cent more NEW CONVENIENCE!!
aMMMMBMBM some motorists would receive than the adult rate, Increase of OVEN NEW PERFORMANCE!
rate reductions. some two or three times as TURKEY MORE SATISFACTION
[ The companies said accidents (i- much as they now do. READ ,.n, Del... IN mil fEATURE!
Capitol'WASHINGTON are mushrooming In Nevertheless, some drivers In Model ICI loll

Florida, rising nine per cent these categories would pay
(AP) Secretary from 1962 to 1963-131,925 to higher rates.Rates .
of the Interior Stewart H3,788-and rising IS' per cent for unmarried females FREE NORGE QUALITY RANGESo'
I* Udall said Monday he ex- from the first six months of under age 21 would rise but
pects the administration to ask 1963 to the first six months of still would be lower than the
Congress next year to authorize 1964 69,820 to 10199. rates for males of the same FROM
three large water proJects: Car As a result said the National ONLY
rlson diversion in North Dakota, Bureau of Casualty Underwriters age.Women between 39 and W of any additional charge, with the pure
Auburn-Folsom In California. Its companies lost $11 years would pay some 10 per chase of ony Norge ronge, during this
and the five-state Pacific South-I million In Florida during 1962 cent less than those for other special limited-rime' salef
west regional project. I and 1963 on liability Insurance.Bridge adult drivers. !
Although the.secretary did not
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estimate! their cost the Reclamation =

more than Bureau 122 billion later put- It$212 at II y--- I FREE SERVICE! Ff'
minion for Garrison, $411 mu. I 129
lion for Auburn-Folsom and $!,. ( ) New rnt Ttam FREE DELIVERY!
85tOOOOOO for the Pacific South-- Today's diagram representedan NORTII4Q16a63
west plan. unpleasant trap for the East- YOU CHOOSE YOUR
West pairs, nearly all of whom; V J10744I7J

WASHINGTON (AP) .- The reached an Impossible game I OWN TERMS! '
White House said Monday that ontract. .
President Johnson's pet beagle, Once East has opened the WEST EAST (D) WITH "
Her, will be cremated and the bidding, as he must, with one AKJS H (MODEL EXEI320 30" ELECTRIC RANGE)
lanes buried on the LBJ Ranch diamond. West Is sure to continue QU8J2 A
near Johnson City, Tex. to game. However, the a AQt1SU
Her died last week after an hands fit perversely, and the K9 4642SOUTH
operation to remove a atone she spade and diamond honors In
swallowed on the White House the North-South bands are 12 LOWEST
lawn. Her brother Him sur well placed for the defense. KS PRICE EVERON
vives. Any game contract Is likelyto KJ104
be defeated by two tricks. 4AQJ105
WASHINGTON (AP) President -Three no.trump ll IlODele Both Sides- --- tttn vulnerable.
Johnson's cousin Oriole and may ; wn- three o r tie bidding
Bailey who lives near his LBJ r even four tricks. A diamond East South West North A QUALITY HANDCRAFTED
Ranch In Johnson City Tex., Is contract makes exactly nIne 1. 2. sv 2.
visiting the White House. tricks. Four hearts normally Pass 34 Dbl. Pass .---
She flew here with Johnson I goes down two, although alt Pass Pats 82- J -----
Sunday night on what White t least one declarer succeeded West led the eight of dia /'H LN LPORTABLE
House press secretary George! in making nine tricks by monds. C r
Reedy called "a putty private,, throwing North In with a t -
personal visit"WASHINGTON trump In a position In whlc have retreated Into three clubs. "
he was forced to lead a spade With only a doubleton club TV
(AP) The away from the queen. West's double of three clubs
Inaugural Housing Committee When the hand Is a misfitIt was not only Imaginative but
met with representatives of the pays to defend and the few Iso well-judged. The hand appeared ,, i
).Washington Hotel Association plus scores for East-West ooerred to be a misfit for the 1'OOOV.Itt.lchow"
Monday and set these ground I: when North -South purposes of an EasUHeil game B 'rules for President Johnson' *ere too venturesome, as In and It seemed likely that there All 12 Channel TutiitjFre ,: ,y, M; ,
,Inauguration oa Jan. 20: Joe diagrammed auction. was sufficient defensive i : *, Mounted Speaker .7
Hotel operators promisednot Although South has a sound strength to defeat three clubs. Convenient 1
to raise their rates for out ipenlng bid and a strong East won fee lint trick with Cerryinf HenJIe 4,
of-town guests.All Vcard suit, he should consider the diamond ace and cashed Lay Tetacopfe Antenna 9 5
fc for accommodations when East the the heart
requests passing opens ace. He shifted to i 12
will be made to UK bidding with one diamond. spade and the contract was defeated Amorfce's N. | U.. i 9
'Inaugural Housing Committee o There Is already some evidence by two tricks tot a pen- The Qwelity G.ts I. .
Inaugural Ileadquarters, 6th St of a misfit and the chance that t ally of 500 The defenders made Before the. Name COM OutMcDUFF R
I and Independence Ave., SW,. North-South, who are vulnerable a heart ruff and aH their aces
Washington, D.C. It win maintain will be able to but the! and kings
I a list of participating hotels. contract la clubs at a safe: An inspired defense would .
level Is rather slight. have beaten the contract by
_Requests must be made DO Although he has a mild club I three tricks East must !tad OF GAINESVILLE
later than JaIL LAU fit. North's bid of two spades a diamond at some stage before
) ,request dust be for was even more Indiscreet than he gets a heart nlf. Wilt Corner
. bur dart Jan. 11 through his partner's overcalL SouuYs careful timing West can thee Main St. & 12th Ave. Mnrn 3761296I '
lets 20 and visitors must pay rebld of three clubs was unsound score tricks with both hi:
I to advance by Jan. L but did not alter the re trumps. However, plus 500 wa
-No reservations may be sult. West would have doubledtwo a top score for East-Vest k:
I ancele4 after Jan I spades and North would any event
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