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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Pub. Co.
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December 3, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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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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By CLIP CORMIER Ida remains the sole institution b> various policy making and Agricultural Sciences: will en- fe
; Sun Education Writer of higher learning In the state superv'sory bodies. able cross-disciplinary( programsto

t Failure of the state legislature which houses many of Its activities "It Is Imperative thai sweepIng be started and provide
to recognize the need for in temporary buildings changes be made U the more effective use of person-
more professors has seriously erected at the close of WW II," University is to fulfill! its role." nel and resources.
On the side of the 48-
handicapped the heart of the he said in the report. brighter Activation of the Dept of
page report, Reiti pointed to the
University of Florida President
With 17 cent of faculty! office during Sponsored Research will pro-
r per following accomplishments
J, Wayne Reltz said In theUniversity'
biennial space and 1] per cent of the two year period ending vide added Impetus to researchand
report the classroom and rese arch last June 30Enrollment: enable the University to
published Wednesday. space housed in old! army bar- at the graduate better balance research fundsto
i The College of Arts and Sciences rack, the backlog of accumulated level continues to Increaseand include such areas as humanities

Dr. Reiti said, has experienced needs Is far from being the University now stands and social sciences

I a "critical" need for satisfied! by the buildings now 28th among all universities In Enrollment reached 15.701 this

additional faculty. under construction or au tnorlz.ed the nation in the number of Ph. year. By 1970 it will be at least
Building needs on the UF ho said. D'l awarded. 20,000, the report says To make
campus are equally acute, said The College of Nursing re- room at the upper division for
Reitz criticized the "cumber.
Reitz, while other new state ceived its first evaluation by accreditation the anticipated growth, fresh- e
universities are beiig "favored"In some administrative maInery" .
agencies and 111 men enrollment will be stabilized
this category."At Imposed on the universities l. program is now recognized as at a ceiling of 3,000
by existing: Forda! : slat-
a time when new state Ltes'TMs, being "unexcelled In the nation The University, said Dr.
universities and colleges are be- ." Reitz, Is giving increasing at
ing favored with facilities : machinery is aivitheti- Consolidation of related tentlon to facilitate the ease of

which are modern and air con- cal in many Instances to the units In agriculture and forest transition for junior college
ditioned the University of Flor. goals! assigned to the University ry into an Institute of Food and transfers.

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WASHINGTON (AP) The Mario Santo, II, gives Instructions Ia Sproul Hall at University of California

x Bobby Baker! hearings explodedInto !
a shouting match today 800 WAIT FOR POLICE
with special Rules Committee
counsel Lennox P. McLendon

calling Sen. John J, Williams,
R-Del., a liar.
U C Student Sit-in
AP Wlnptw M tile awl) "You are absolutely unalterably of
Ne Comment. . No Comment No Comment untrue In that statement"
BAKER REFUSES TO ANSWER M TIMES yfiled McLendon, a whit,

Lincoln High Fully haired.1 told|Williams information McLendon 74-year-old had he said about attorney.had that addition gover.went he had....-' Lasts All: .the Night .

.. coniracia hanom 07 meMcCloikty -

Construction Co. 'BERKELEY1, !tallr"CAP) farm. More than*Io0 police officers Javlo, was among Chose farted
But, lie Mid, McLendon was not More than 109 University of were Involved, way to jail on the first bus. J

Accredited 1st TimeLincoln Interested m unless pursuing Jt Involved the Information California students staged an The students refused Chancellor The! arrests were ordered by

all, night alt In braille the Edward Strong's plea Cov. Edmund 0, Brown shortly
Baker and othr figures fat the
school's administration building that they diapers peacefully.The after midnight.
High School has been complete evaluation as was Don Allen, Alachua County's current That's hearing.when the until they were arrested en young men and women had The! university had charged i
accepted for full accreditationby Lincoln. Mebane comes up for director of instruction, said today came."Juit. explosion mass today by highway patrol gathered In Sproul Hall to pro- Santo and three others Art

the. Southern Association of full evaluation again in two a two year study to evaluate a minute," shouted Sen. officers, police from nearby cities test the administration' refusal Goldberg/ his sister Jackie, and
Colleges and Schools at Its annual years elementary schools in this Carl T. Curtis, '.Neb. "This Isan and sheriff's deputle that they give In to demands Brian Turner with violating
meeting in Louisville. Until about two years ago, county had been started by the Impertinence such as I have A phalanx of police cordonedoff to drop disciplinary charges university rule forbidding on-
the Southern Association did Southern Association the bulldlngt-Sproul Hailto against four students.
Lincoln, which previously was never before seen. This la the campus membership and fund
I not place the same require sympathizers and onlookers The students are leaders of
an "approved" member becomes "Evaluation of our elementary first time an employe of the solicitation for off-campus or-
menu for membership on Negro manned during the early morning the Free Speech Movement .
I of the first Negro -
one Senate has called a senator a ganlutluris
and junior high h cols
s c
1 schools as it did for the hours, Other officers took which hat been demanding"full
be "
schools In Florida to accepted should be February !liar. The! was
white schools. However, under completed by atud.nta-lOm. limply political rights" on the move
for full membership on of 1966, and In Decemberof "He hu disqualified himself." slow. Pullet lit team to
new policy, all schools ara -to buses waiting to carry campus The acknowledged I e
the same basis with white the Willima Interjected that he drag limp hodlea from the buildIng's
evaluated and accredited on the same year we will present the rebels to the county prison leader of the movement, Marta
schools. fourth floor,
The &
basis. It before the association did, too make such a statement learns
Otha W. Nealy, principal of In other action at the South at their annual meeting," Allen on last Friday."I lapped number cards on the
Lincoln High who is attendingthe ern Association meeting which said. deny emphatically any youths, photographed them and
meeting In Louisville, noti- saw Duval County's U high Previously, accreditation of word of It," McLendoa said. Zoning Code Review: whisked. them away to the buses
"There la not not
an ounce an
fied the superintendent's officeof
schools from member.
dropped elementary schools was optional -
element of truth In It"Curtis Hundreds of others wr
his school's accreditation.A. ship, Leon County became the but now the SA requires
sleeping, cuddled for
continued to demand together
L. Mebane, Alacnua Coun- first In the state to wia
accreditation that in order for high schools that McLendon remove himself Open Hearing Tonight warmth under/ blanket ..ndmak..hlft
ty's other Negro high school for all of Its elementary to maintain accreditation, their
from his courucl. rovers on the third
post as special
remained an approved n e ether and Junior high I feeder schools must also be fully -
but it was not due for a schools. accredited. "I've got a right" said MeLmdon. A public/ hearing has been code probably will be held for and second floors of the large
"I'm not going to sit called at 7.30 p m. tonight by more study. building At a second floor window
here and be publicly misrepresented the Alachua County zoning member of tile student
has been In
It preparation
." commission, to review the body climbed rope Into the
Pistols Linked to 3 DefendantsIn for more than a year. hall to In the .
Williams tat quietly| while new county toning regulations. Join protest Two
I (More Atari Baker Page II) The new code la baited en dlarover4, the Influx was
study of land use, populationand greater than th* evacuation
The code makes
Culpepper Murder Trial HereBy but new mostly minor, changesIn economic pattern In the Originally 1000 students
7 Found Shot the present regulations. county. crowded the hall, hut many I left
', When adopted, the major Job wh4ltl'Jhe campus police ordevud.
The "hearing will be In roomdot
BILL RACER have coma only from the .22 of the same JJ cabbr pistol the courthouse In Gaines will be to convert all present the drHII' locked Wednesday
Sun Staff Writer pistol also found. about ten days before Culpep To Death ,UI.. toning danilllcaUoM from the nlgW Thai a who remained

Two pistols found near the The agent, Cortland Cunning- per was shot to death In his New toning classifications old cod to the new. In mod were not arrested but police
body of R. T. (Uncle Jack) Cul bam also testified that a M Waldo Road gorcery. DETROIT (APH-The bodies are created for agriculture, ease, this will not affect the warned them to cave.

pepper last April V have been ting Introduced by the state kit and Mrs. C. H Cowart, of seven persons-all shot to residential) treat (IS claialflca- I use to which land-owners have They, refund They preparedfor

linked with the three defendant could have come only from a of BunneU, Identified the gun death wcrt found In an EastSide ions), business (live classes. >. put their property.' a long stay. The frw
on trial for his murder In Ala Jt revolver found near Culpep. left at the murder scene a* one Detroit home today. Industrial (two)I. and hospital- TIle coda w*. drafted ky the Speech Movement suppll 1. 4 :
snub and IIndwll ..
chua County Circuit Court. per given to them the first of this Polka said the victims were medical uses. inning commlailon, with assist. punrh, : 1

A special agent for the Fed- Wednesday, the state caned year by Flagler County Sheriff three adults and four children U the code ls approved In Us snce from DtWitt McGee and Thou chanted trapped and In tile building I

eral Bureau of Investigation on a Flagler County Commiloaloner Homer Brooks la addition, officers, said, another present form, tt will be pretcnt- AMuclate, Jacksonville plan- sang ;
testified this morning that four and his wile to Implicit According to the Cowarts, the child] was wounded critically. ed I to tile Alachua County Com- ttrt and consultant, and with I
31 calibre slugs Introduced a* 21 year old John Scott Dam- Dampiers arrived at their horn million for final approval. advice from a number of county

evidence by the state could pier and his 17 year oldwife for a weekend visit on a Satur- No other details were available If substantial objections) are officials Including the county -
Connie Louise, la the theft (See TRIAL, Page It Immediately. offered tonight, the proposed commissioners.

Bryant Here


Go. Farris Bryan has checked I I I

in at the University of Florida i Fla. Death P enalty To Continue

H..plta1lor his annual med I CHRISTMas SEALS Will I fed

ical check np. II Itltr HtflMIOIT OlUiUI
at the hospital
A spokesman By JEAN CARTER pointed to study capital punish big people rub off .t all *fn. fort making" a decision at tile --
arrived about noon ,
said Bryant and win be out Fri Sea Staff Writer meat a year ago by Cov Bryant Saa ,settee ." not IIWIItJ c. ," $rH' :i
Wednesday One of three losing membersof lUcomiMndations from 0* fat* Sewcut Ha said tile proposed abolishment Members of tile U-man conv I

day. a legislative s subcommittee the committee will be submitted of the death penalty ated mites who total against aboVWimg
studying the proposed aboJUhtnent Ie legislators when they d lor rap h Florida Nth_ dtscusdoa." tile death penalty were ,

of the death penalty tn meet ant ApriL line 13 were Ngre "We're not going I to get UM .>*. Mack ClmlamL R. .
Tallahassee Wednesday was Powers told the Sun III "seems to indicate something." answer by studying staUUct" John Crews Rep. James CA :

WHERETO University of Florida Law professor morning the committee: la The IT la. professor said today he wpUtoed. Th to a suk Beek R p. Jo Deals, Mrs.
Leonard Powers, scheduled to meet agaia-prok- ha thought a public dialog jed *f morality, ethics She Wayne McCaK. J fn Trial --
FUND IT Tn study committee *f legislators Uy after the first of thaytarto should ba lattlated .* rata Wart" and mind. And th* man and Wallace )I. JopOng, both
and laymen voted g-1 consider a Bomber of IIa1 puaiIIJnIeat. .* the street knows a* much lawyers: and Robert H. Jacob

C.m>*t 20 to recommend retention of caplul other capital punishment others Ha opiate that Oregoa Mom about IM a* w* (comnuttaa *, i contractor.AHhragh GridironGreenback
Oastifi4. ,22-25 puniihmcBtPowers. tocfcid'ng tho proposed removal abolished final nee e. members t 1Ih.' tile move to abolish
UtaftaiiiiMNt 22 Rrpt Robert Mann of rap as a capital taws M Jto*. 3 ana said hapmoaaDy Although the mechanic af the death penalty layered *

2 and So. Id Price famed ah*, crta ftate Florida should having a statewide referendum Mrocgiy by Sen. Price chair
a) ObW..rts artng Florida electric chair.TV Power said a aumbtr af hold a shellac referendum .* tae in* death penalty were sot mae *f in* kittrtm commit. WinnerS
a) Of m** P1 commit*, which .1*. ..- outturn wr raiMd during the KbJKtA spelled end by the commtaWerfMtday the Bradmioa legislator *4Ha
Stats 1M9 eludes Grout Judge Joss Wurpine the raniBtttrei diiraasioa of public, afeftaU woaJd Wwkoinom kt TaOahaMaa, bit cerium the commute
W*...'. 11-H she could not alt cud rape McuUm. aotmf that *,* Pew r. taut.Jom Power said committe m av would propuM changes at the .. ,... 2

.Wednesday' meeting, wu *?- the fact that 8 N DM toes at .ft* guilt af 00* beta will study UN proposal ba bv la the 1W legislator.

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December 3. 1964
2 Gainesville Sue Thundey.

-. in the NEWSBriefly. AMA Plans Clash'
L For lunorol .rnn/.nMOn.' log hngrotnco
>M mil _

On Medical Aid .. Cellon Robinson, 74, of

1325 NW 4th St., died Tuesdayat

." .I his home. He was an Alach-

!flU! fork Ufmr made clear the A.M.A. would ua County native.

MIAMI BEACH-The AmerIcan -. not yield on its position. Survivors Include a sister,

Medical Association's houseof The house of delegates, which Mrs. Nina C. Anderson.
delegates yesterday rejected makes policy for the 204,000 1 JOHN WARREN

any compromise on its stand member association, rejectedby HIGH SPRINGS John M.

against medicare reiterated its a voice vote compromise r Warren 78, retired Atlantic
support of the Kerr Mills Act resolutions offered by the 1 1tkli Coast Line Railroad painter

and dug In for s climactic fight Michigan and District of Colum- died Wednesday at Ala l chua

with the Johnson administration. bia delegations. The proposals General Hospital.He .
would the federal
give government
lived in High Springs for
Dr. James Z. Appel of Lan. a minimal role. : 42

caster, Pa., was elected president Any federal action In setting Survivors years. Include his widow
elect to take office next up health care for the elderly
JUlie. He defeated Dr. DonaldE. Is opposed by all but a few of Mrs. Gladys ; a

Wood of Indianapolis, Ind. the 228 members of the house daughter, Mrs. Hazel Patten

by a vote of 131 to 84. Are,. of delegates.In Pensacola; three sons, Delmas
istered Republican and a Gold- the closing hours of the Starke; Harley, Jacksonville;

water supporter Dr. Appel said house's semiannual meeting the and Max, Montgomery, ,Ala:

he had discussed medical care leaders steadfastly refused to 12 grandchildren and 13 great

with President Johnson w hen concede that the administration grandchildren.

Johnson was a senator and hoped medicare measure for hospitaland View Demonstration : CATHERINE FLUHR

to meet him again, but he nursing care for those 65 :1 HIGH SPRINGS Catherine
or older under social security Linda Boothby. Bob Jaudon (left) and Joe Wlllingham Gainesville High 77 died Nov. 30.
Fluhr whileon
would pass or that such a School students saw how two objects with the same width but different shapes, !
visit to
Paratroops'Landing federal program was necessary still roll evenly. John Hartnett (at Llnda'a right) of the General Motors science a Brooklyn N.Y.
She native of
|at all show, conducted the demonstration at GIIS. i was a Brooklyn.
A housewife she lived
Hit The expression of the official

By Brezhnev which house was of delegates expected position came In, She Stoops to Conquer9A was High Church.a Spring member' ssince of the 1958.Catholic She

a series of moves, One was the
announcement of a Dec. 13 Survivors Include three sons,
MOSCOW (AP) Leonid L counter offensive strategy Florida Phillip l F. Fluhr Jr., High

Brezhnev the Soviet Communist meeting at the Chicago headquarters Players VictoryBy Springs; Joseph J. Fluhr Bolo

party chieftain denounced The AMA. will pay ton; and John E. Kenna Brook.

landing today the in the Western Congo paratroop and also me expenses of two delegates JEAN CHALMERS'She Hardcastle swung at her undutiful Designer Henry Swans 0 11'1 lyn; and two sisters, Mrs. An-
SAP Wlrrptwtl Hi. Ion) from each state the nie Smith and Mrs. Nellie
at session
said the Soviet Union Is ready to Stoops to Conquer" Is offspring with breathtakingly elaborate proscenium entitled a
help North Viet Nam. that will open the "battle," de- 18th Century England's most near misses and swooned Georgian stage and made Nor- Ryan, both of New York.
AMA President -
New But, in reiterating stands already clared Dr. Donovan F. Ward, delightful and most frequently with complete unconcern and man Hall look almost like a the- ;! z

taken by the Kremlin, president, here two days ago. performed farce, and no thea utter confidence that she wouldbe atre. It offered a good counterpoint

Dr. James Z. Appel, (right) new president-elect of Brezhnev withheld any specific The house gave the trusteesa tregoer should miss watch i n g caught In the nick of time. to the rustic elegance of \,

,American Medical ,Association gets free heart check.up pledge of direct Soviet intervention that blank check to spend what Oliver Goldsmith pit the coun- In the battle of the sexes, the set. Although this was A A t .1

; from President Donovan F. Ward during a light in either area. governing body considers try against the city male there was little suspense and no overstated by the lightness of

'moment at the AMA annual convention at Miami He called the paratroop land necessary and "heartily en. against female, and lovers and tension with the Interest held the color of the Interior set It
,Beach. Ing in the Congo a "surprising the Kerr Dr..Ward's plea to back {children against guardians and mainly by the beauty of Jennifer ably underlined the conflict between
example of Imperialist piracy"and Law and to parentsIn Cook as Miss Hardcastle. the city and country
fight medicare.
RELEASED said Western aims there The house approved the current University of Despite his skillfully timed dou- ways. j

Army Cpl. Date McCnlitlom are doomed to failure. Ward "had a statement that Dr. Florida players production the bletakes, her lover's problems and her J

& of San Diego, Calif., returned On Viet Nam he repeated the deep Interest correctly depictedour country wins hands down. The semed to rest more In characterization Mary turned Stephenson beautifully .
to the United States after words of an "authorized Ita'. our concern powdered wigs and fine bro: than in obstacles of crew out some
our unbounded designed and 1
determ. meticulously
lils release from a Turkish ment" made a week ago by the ination. cades of the city' plot. />' .. ., -...,
The house adopteda gentiemen'l. built costumes, Impressive also '" .,.\ ...JI.
prison and vowed he would con. ..l.lro official Soviet news agency watered down version of i Fred Breckenridge Competent performances were for their even hems and laci of .. ."' \
rinue working to clear his Tass: I California resolution that Daughtery, proved no match turned In by Marty Ferguson, wrinkles.! : .itt
name.He ""The Soviet Union cannot remain state and county medical last night for I.Alan Armstrong, Lea Gramllng\ MISS JOHNSON

; arrived by plane In New indifferent to the fate of a societies to stimulate state care and Gerald F o rbesas Barry Diamond, Ruth Ann Hell-\ When the play ends, agreeable -

York Wednesday night with hi.1allan.born sister Socialist country and Is; local governments to Improve the goose- A SunReview wig David Hutchinson, Peter well phyed: Tony Lump. Missing Girl
wife and five chil prepared to render the neces- medical services bottom bellied Winokur and Carl Strano.In kin goes off to London 'o look

dren. sary assistance to her." There that would Include by voluntary methods Squire Hardcastle his welcome first bow with for mure mischief, and so th!a. From Virginia

I He slid he had been acquitted was no elaboration by either health insurance. Mimi Carr Florida Players, Director Don- tre-goers had bert! hurry to see Be Here
of J four of the five charges Tass or Brezhnev. as his swooping [him before he leaves. Phone May
against him and "I don't want Brezhnev spoke at a Soviet- and swoon) n g !ald Henry presented a tight, Florida Players at FR H-32CI for A K year-old girl mlssl n g

t( lie down and die now." He Czechoslovak friendship meet More About wife and lip. rapidly paced and precisely tim esenatlons Thursday, Friday, 'since Sent 14 from her hnma
was convicted of exporting mg honoring visiting Czech licking, eye rolling Jerry ed production which drew re- ".turrtpy or Sintfay.' In Bristol: VI.i a'b In;

American dollars out of Turkey President Antonin Novotny. Baker Rhodes, as her bumptious son, peated laughter from his audience Gainesville, city police Chief W.

through the Army post office, Brezhnev again denounced Tony Lumpkin, If fault Is to be found, More About D. Joiner said today.
Md served eight months of! a the proposed NATO multilateral I In the battle between the generations the pace was perhaps fast and The girl is Linda Jean John-

t ree-year sentence. He was (AP w.......,* to Hit ton) nuclear force as "a dangerous From Page 1 the old folks were also frenetic to the point that the son, about Weet-4 and 112

freed after payment of a $17 000 "Just a foot" says Mathew game" to give West Germany Curtis clearly the winners With only young lovers as his straight TrialFrom pounds. Her hair is blonde but

fine| much of which was raised It., McCloikey, former access to nuclear weapons. Here I and McLendon ex- Tony Lumpkin to dispute them,, characters, are given little! opportunity may be dyed black. She has
ty residents of San Diego, ambassador and building he made his only mention of' changed sharp comments. During the acting laurels went to the to fully develop their green eyes and a inch scar on
eon truclor. In describing the Red China saying: "Recentlythe a lull, he commuted that Squire and his demanding wife. characters. The ounce of social one knee, the chief said.

:flEW! FORCE overpayment of $3'01 made Chinese have joined this McLendon had a perfct right to The Squire followed his stomach 'comedy contained in the play Page 1 Miss Johnson reportedly accompanied .

by his firm to Don B. Reynolds view.", state his understanding of the onto the stage with self.assurance did not find its way through the two white males on
f Thanst! Khoman, Thaildan'sforeign Washington Insuranceman Apparently he was referringto conversation. and kept up' a continuous 'fame, but "She Stoops to Con- day In mid April. They stayed a bus to Gainesville, where she

ol International minister, urges force creation to In testimony before the Peking's proposal for a world Williams who furnished muchof concert between his jowls quer" is, happily above all, a until Sunday morning, then left may have stayed in an apart
an disarmament meeting, made the Information while Mrs. farce,
that blinking ,
Senate Rules Committee's Investigation trig eyes Afterward Mr. ment or room.
on the fight against Communist its Cowart said, he
carry after Red China exploded gered the Baker probe declared
of the Anyone Information
Bobby having
rebels in South Viet first atom bomb.Brezhnev the Rules Committee Weather went to the desk drawer wherehe
Baker case. might concerning the girl is requested
Ifam. Nlklta I l Khru find it kept the and It
"very Interesting" If It I gun was to contact the Gainesville Police
Ho said In a speech at the THWARTEDJuan shchev's successor as first secretary did look Into various govern- missing. Department
Overseas Press Club in New of the party, also re- ment construction vVL
projects J
York Wednesday that his country D. Peron was stopped peated the familiar Soviet posI- handled by the McCloskey Aw.rA Also missing was a small UF Professor
would be willing to contrib by Brazilian officials tion on Cuba."Economic. pany. com I transistor radio owned by Mrs

ute to such a force, adding: In Rio de blockade, provocations The angry squabble took Cowart who is Mrs. Dampier' Speaks Fridayprofessor -

')fy country would not shirk its Janeiro ando violations of the sovereignty !place while William K. Stewart aunt. The radio, later turned

responsibilities In this matter." I prevented from of Cuba seriously poison financial vice president of Mc: M..11y cloudy .nd mild' t.d.y. = over to police by a service station C. I. Harding of the
( /rlo.y: 0"ullonN N.ewr : attendant University of Florida discuss
making good Mlah.nd who allegedly will
In the
wn the
not only atmosphere Closkey Co., was testifying rldty H''.....' lodoy M toLowtll n.
RECUPERATES on his plans to Caribbean area but also the In-'about procedures In tonight 14 to a SwtKtrly, gave Mr. Dampier $S and about the quality of the air In

4 Actor Percy Kllbrlde, who return to Ar- ternational climate as a whole," Insurance premium rates.figuring into roman' .II...*to ,M Id.mlin,.. otr "Ixur todty. wAr. .- $3: worth of gas for it, was Jacksonville in relation to Pol-
gentina. Peron tie said. Don B. F \ Identified by Mrs. Cowart In lution standards at a meeting of
won fame in the movies as ----- Reynolds. a Silver and
"Pa Kettle," Is recuperating in has been living Spring, Md, -Insurance man: mild BCD through- Partly Friday cloudy with few E court Wednesday. the American Institute of Chemical

a! rest home from brain surgery In Spain as an 5 Europeans testified Tuesday that a $33,000 Engineers.
) showers. High today seventies. Defense attorneys representing The meeting Is scheduled fort
exile and returned -
performed last month In a Los there to- overpayment firm of Insurance by the McCloskey Low tonight 58 to 64. South- f fiJI' the Dampiers and RobertL. p.m. Friday at the Thunder-

Angeles hospital. day. Found Dead bond an performance east and south winds 10 to 20 : Joiner 22, Chlpley who allegedly bird Motel in Jacksonville.III' .
:Kllbrlde. 78.- was transferred was really a political miles per hour. shot Culpepper, objected -
te payoff to the
the home Wednesday. The Kennedy-Johnson
In repeatedly to Mrs. Cowart
'FEEL FINE'Newspaper
brain resulted from Injuries Congo campaign fund. Reynolds said IPO Partly cloudy sod mild
surgery with tm ttiowort, HlgH testimony
HirwgK Prldoy ... regarding the missing
suffered/ when he was Headlines in LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP he was the "bag man" for Baker today HUM. Low ....'.., M HUM, radio.
toulMMt ..* ,..urn Wlndl, .II M H
struck by a train. Doctors said London gave reassuring news: ( ) A mercenary-led government and contractor Matthew H. mill ...' "hour. .. ,
Is partially: paralyzed andunable Starr's tonsils McCloskey in the deal .2 \ Attorneys William Andrews
hy Rmgo were column penetrated further H I .Portly cloudy' tftrougll Frhdoy ,
to speak. removed Wednesday morning Into the northeast Congo Curtis and Stewart verbally Mltti .... ilwwori. .Hgn lodoy Mi GAINESVILLE WEATHER James Clayton and Lance Laz-

The British Broadcasting today In pursuit of rebels believed lifted over failure of the Mc low w, tonight II .. M 41"mlM t>...7'*"hour.loutnooilrlyIndl Municipal Airport readingsfor onby Jr. argued the missing
Closkey company to provide 24 hour to 8 a.m. today: radio Incident was "Irrele CLONe. MRlt CATMI.'II' fwIMMM.
Corporation however was holding 500 whites as hostages. J K Portly cloudy IIIr..... P* ... M "Mm.' C.It>MI.. /1unr.
feeling a flush of embarrass-' ( They !found five more records Curtis had requested d., Mlln tow trwnrt. Iso M High& 71 at 1 p.m.. low 43 at vant Immaterial and highly 77. will ... MIO. of e ."'. 1ft b.1r1.
ment after an announcer read- dead Europeans.The through a government agency. w Low, tonlgnt.II ,. M mUn 10. to Mr IS..HourNig toumwilorlyMi 6 I.m. Rainfall: None. prejudicial to the jury." doy Iolnt. Oonmbor anon". C.InoI* Ibe!, C..rcIto at "!. AloiM.ivrlngi Nlah' .

ing a radio bulletin woundup fled to "They could do it better than ALMANAC PI*, wltll' PolKor Ttwnoi
rebels reportedly 'IM".UUUI elaeWNane Sum* today >'n .... Assistant State Atty Mack Grow conducting .... ....''e.. Surlol
: Watsa, near the Sudanese bor- we could Stewart said of providing Lm Procip.Jockwnriil 1.111 _...W. 7... 1.... Futch will bo I 1ft Hlgn Sprlngo C...."., urvdor
.. countered by
details on projects the now MM lenlah/ II. m quoting past in* diroction of will/oflifrTnomooFvnorol
"And finally, Ringo Starr'stoenails der, as a government force of 30 le .1 A oortlol' oclliw of Ifco awl to MUM court decisions which held testi- Homd.IIVKOIA .
McCloskey\ company had MionriTomo' 71 7t plot Of "<.. IMW Moo mot lo .,io-
have been successfully (mercenaries and 200 Congolese worked II so ,IMO ovor norltwHMn Ail,.. INK* otho mony connecting alleged of- "MR JOIIPH' JAMIS"' P.-
Involving federal funds .. ..... .. ,
Bunla 350 miles Ationt Sf al Norm Pociric O o *orMUMwOltorn ,I.nM NnVlc1 1 J.Nwn
removed. neared
soldiers McCloskey, 71, former ambassador Now Orloonioitm 71 AI A"... (..., b...,. ........ fenses of defendants with the : amA".. oo n, :1iE:1 ol aa
Fans seeking Informationwere east of Stanleyville. I n an CIOAO. elY TIDe crime for which they m, on TMindoy. rw*
to Ireland took the wit Now Hlgn ot II II are on .
York TUgndoy
31 :w m ond ot II Porrlctg Colhollt CMrrcl mPolnor
asked to dial Covent Garden Puma had a white population chair and WotlUntnn ., n .NC1k.s. t:M "..... Low ol >.11 .d.. ond I::11 trial is permissible when used Tlwmoo Croto conducting' mooonriuo.
I .T41 of 250, most of them Creeks but ness Wednesday said n 3) ..MMenu. *'". lurKI. w'N' .to III ImrgrwnComotory
2331 the tnumber of to show "a "
+ a Reynolds had lied. City 31 II ..1aDMV.r "MARINI' POMCAITt plan or scheme. ndor *w rocHon of WIN
public relations concern. Calls the Congolese army found only 31 07 ,ST GULP, toulrwott I. Mutt The objections llomo-TIMflioo Punorol H,,,, .....,
were overruled
: 11. hasn't told the truth wim .,...
you PL w..M 71 dL Pirny cloudy m ben nww- will bo o> WodnoMiy k> H>0WllllomoTtMrMO
then started coming throughthe two Roman Catholic priests[once,:he said Aa, 4I so asnINI run. U M M kM* Xrougft *>...,.. by Circuit Court Judge. J. C. C"-".
there The rebels were believedto !'s
awitchboard at the rate of Adklns. MAN, "Mil.' VHDII P. Punoroloorvlcoo
about one a second, many from have taken the other white '\ ,' Mr "Mn.' Mom, ... 71, WHIbo
with them to Join hostages al- 7 : : Again later, despite more objections MEd or I tm ... Ttmndov Do-
fans in the United States c...._ t, IMt ol tluxi loo .tCKunN
i Inquiries established that t tRing ready at Watsa I ,; by the defense Futch NW... Mtlrooo Horn .loMM wrm, Or CIMrcft.OIW' WIHOH DM.rooo .
I Reports of the Congolese advance attempted to link Mr. Dampierwith .........
(. was sound asleep, with CdKducrMf Ino Surllt
.. .
f IA. Wi. . ...., through rebel territorywere a prior offense Will' 0> III "mo fllom Comolory MM-
the prospect of an ke ,
cream pot* yndor "'M direction ol Jonooto -
I Elizabeth Taylor, decked .la diet Thursday.At fragmentary. Latest word it Moses -- lw"rM M'. .. "' -
Hernandei. gas station IW NnW If _.. 'so T_
tier best diamond studded his bedside Is a record said the government column attendant, pointed out e JoclMnWIlo HoofM.A .
olart I attended the fashionable player so that he can hear the was headed toward Faults! as the man who robbed him 11 Ik). MO JOHN M. _*MMr l OK*.
premiere of the LIdo newest Beatles hit, "1 Feel southwest of Watsa. t at ...* Mr Mr; ttortM og* t, Wlrpdowlor
I gunpoint April 25 in ..
Corpus kr C L Co. wln bo now
night club .la Paris. Fine. At Mambasa. south of Faults Christie Tex. Hernandei also M t d m. *. ,,_. DoumMr A I.N
M Mign lrlng CNm* M wm
the mercenaries said that two
had Identified Dampier by ***. w. **"*" '' .* *.*. '
Jones Wins Storytiine Set Belgian, a Frenchman a German lure the day after the robbery plc. :.w.-A:: .M..n.ucrhy M My =....IIr7Na'.. :1
and an unidentified missionary i and later .1 nny l In ":w of 00)ThnWM )
;.Sun Football For Children were found slaughtered I lineup at the picked Alachua him from County a C.WnW = {

In Khartoum capital of Sudan : til
Contest AgainJ. Story Time for children aged the self-sted! rebel de I, GoinesvilU Sun

3.7 will be held at the Public tense minister. Gaston Soumt- Joiner who Judge AdJuns Indicated *\il>liir..4 gvOTlnq* gmoplSorurdoy.
Jones 1029 SW lit Ubrary slot, claimed Wednesday that wasn't involved In any end Sunder --
on Friday afternoon
Jive, Ia this week's Gridiron the Belgians rather than therebels '
from 3:15 .
: 4
p.m. p.m. Pub-
Greenbacks football contest -
storytellers Miss Darol D \\I r. killed the whites in Stan
winner, again. his contradicted by an FBI blood Mccwdl clot
raison and Miss Janice Dilgren. leyville charge was r analysis es- end gnMnid *
Jones made the right choiceson will (ell, among others, the by the account of every sy .. r dJ.Boys' *rt's testimony as possibly man* e111 ibrddClsCuUT10N Port OHee_ eeGennv11I. I

14 of IS games played story of Pecos BilL whit survivor of the Start- having been In the Dampier's *. i
Thanksgiving Day and Satur kf>ville massacre. car during the day of the mur- IA\TM ITCAaalla
Story Hour for children aged Congolese Premier Mole& der. 01 MAIL

day.Along; with many other eon- I to U will take place on Saturday -Tshombe left Paris Wednesday I Blood taken. I I Wk**. SI/I 45IA4

Instants Jones was surprised morning from 10:30: to night and flew home to Leopoldville from Joiner
by Southern California which II::30. Stories Including "How \ after three days of talks whra be waa In Alachua General M mlb w b.a o Re/.e

upset top-ranked Notre Dame Jack Found His Fortune" and with President Charles elf Club Progress Hospital receiving treatment *M aid.Nbe.on 0 oda Audit c.-lurgoijOrcutotan. el
: for I.
.In the tie breaker contest "The Little Red Hen", will be Gaulle and other French officials Bulldoier contributed by local contractors for the Southeast Gainesville shot wounds two mysterious gun- "

Florida vs. MiamI Jones chose told by .Miss Betty Wambler Tshombe said the talk Boys nub near Lincoln Estates began tinting the site this week. Sidewalk the checked out as ... ...., to

tile Gators as IT to 10 favorites.The and Miss Jan Watklns members were profitable but there wan no supervisors' watching the progress include from. left) Rer. T. A. Wright tout the same floor type nut found h encrusted ::::....:::cc.n.n- "':.,5'::: w

actual score was 1MO for of Sigma Anchor Gainesville -indication France had made any SE ltoy* Club tire president; contractor T. J. Dank: and Richard Robiason j I auto. Peter the DamPier car.-tN". M wMld es' ...aMS-. r

FJurldt High SchooL I specific commitment of aid. building" and ground chairman (Sun photo by Eddie Davit.) special agent stated.Duncan. FBI{ _- -M M-,IS1/I1 b 'Itt

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ThunJay, December 3. 1964 Caineivlllo Sun 3i
Meet -- .- .. 3.85 p.m. Wednesday In the boo
block of Waldo Road.

I SEE by Ray C. Henderson, Ral for d
i and Batcom! P. Dortch, Waldo,
GOP Governors at do.11:15: a.m. Wednesday Wal

the SUN George 0. Pierce, Waldo (single
DENVER, Colo. (AP) Sen. 000. a.year Job on a confidencevote i.s4 car), at 9 IS a.m. Wednesday
Barry Goldwater's supporters in a national committee I In Waldo.
stood on the sidelines today as session Jan. 22-23 in Chicago. ',
Republican t 111I POLICE. FIRE REPORT 3628 Archer Road, at 3:47: p.m. Fire Calls j|
governors gathered Gov. Paul Fanning of Arizona, Accident Roundup Wednesday at 200 SW 13th St. At 10 45 a.m. Wednesday;nn
here for look the
a searching at elected to the Senate to fill the fire at 421 NW 15th
oven St.1lo
future of their badly divided seat that Goldwater will vacatein Involved In accidents reported Gerald M. Keith, 1007 SW 6th damage.At .
party. t ed the Gainesville Police De- Ave and Andrea L, Swyers,
the new Congress, sent word 12:09 WednesdaC
: p.rtI. a
About the partment and the Alachua County 274-1 Schucht Village, at 1:30:
only representativeof that be could not be on hand for Ir 1 house fire at 612 NW 6t*4t t.
the Coldwater conservative Sheriff's Office during the p.m. Wednesday In the u nit -
the meeting here.
Damages, $210. .;:
a 24 hours block of NW 13th St.
viewpoint scheduled to be on r' past were:
F. Clifton White, regarded as At 4:15: p.m. Wednesdays
hand in this extraordinary session one of the "real pros" of the e4f Richard C Vlerman, 313 NW Alfred Brown, Rt 3 and Robs truck fire in the :3200 blocOf>
of state GOP executives is hotel reservations, Indicating he R, d 34th Ter, and Charles E. Cans P Smith, 1504 NW 4th St., at NW 13th St. Damages, 125:";
Gov. Tim M. Babcock of Mon-I I would not be on hand to defend t 1632 NW 4th Ave., at 1057 p.m. 1:05: p.m. Wednesday at NW 13th .
tana. A supporter of Goldwater Goldwater's Interests. Wednesday at SW 13th St. and Ave. and 4th St.
before the San Francisco con f But the Rockefellers, who opposed Radio Road. I Duff Sullivan, 522 SW 4th Ave: Sabbath Service
vention, Babcock won reelection -' the Arizona senator's Robert Dees Jr. Rt 1 and,and a parked car, at 10.M a.m.
after moving away from nomination, were expected to a Farley P. Butler Jr., 103 NW,Wednesday In the 500 block of Sabbath Services at ConffCD-
the GOP presidential nominee arrive in force. Gov. Nelson A. !36th Ave., at 4 43 p.m. Wednesday SW 4th Ave.Margaret lion B'Nai Israel will be Md
during the campaign. Rockefeller of New York, who at 600 NW tin Ave. S. Feehan, 2720 SW I Friday night at 8 o'clock it tte
Progressive Republicans, In- did not campaign for the GOP Claude R Walker, Arlington Waldo Road and Thomas H.I synagogue, SW Second Pjm
cluding three Rockefellers, were presidential nominee was "(Hotel and George C Young Jr., Sheffield, 3710 SW 47th St., at and SW Second Terrace. -
converging on Denver for a ses- (AWMa.MN N ey awns
bringing In a plane load of Gold-
sion that might produce some water critics. ......
challenging statements but that Included were his brothers UF'er
seemed unlikely to provide the Winthrop Rockefeller, defeated YOU'LL FIND AMERICA'S GREATEST JEWELRY VALUES AT AMERICA'S LARGEST JEWELERS
impetus to unseat GOP National In his bid for the Arkansas gov- In Tallahassee
Chairman Dean Burch. ernorship, and Laurence Rockefeller -
Solidly supported by Gold- a progressive Interested Leonard Powers, center,

water, Burch will risk his $30- primarily. The in New conservation York governor programs University of Florida law AT ZALE'S YOU CAN BE -=

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Death by Strangulation also invited Gov. John H. Reedof
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Qicdttt5uilIe VIEWPOINT

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''''' Prayer 'Ban'Still

\-''I JOHN .. MtmtllON. PrMllnl, MMT <, [i"THE

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r.:: Wllllnt Directs 101 TAITAOLIONI, DAVID

... V*. rnlmnl' mt Clrtgltlkn M...*... RALPH
By McGill
.. '.,K... MM Wier" .Mme ft/MMw WASHINGTON It has been assumed by many people that
THE SUN'S POLICY 0Me Anwti, Coal CMMitiifiM the Supreme Court 'of the United States. In an action taken

ond In the' column l the other day, cleared up the scope of Its famous decision
1. Report Hii' newt fully Impartially PINS close
schools. But a reading of
2. Express the opinions of ems Sun In--tut only "In-tdiloriott. PlansFor banning prayer In the public
I. fuzzier
the situation even than
3. Publish oil sides of Importont conUov.ralal IIMMS. I the proceedings reveals that

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 S It was before.
\ s The high court Itself did not make any comment but merelyI

Rural f 7fe I declined to hear a case that came to it from a lower court.
the Inference 1. sometime drawn that
v When this happen,
of ,dt.US1 s 5/ whatever the lower court has declared becomes "the law
Mississippi Ray LightThere i
of the land.
AmericaOur Issue was raised In the courts of the
is great hope for progressat deal with the violent men who have i In this Instance, an constitutionality of the recitation
< York a. to the
of New
last in Mississippi, in the public been burning churches and harassing 1 ta state the public schools of the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag

statement of more than 600 white civil rights workers in their country has been an The plaintiffs In the case argued that Inclusion of the words
Increasingly urban
one for at
citizens of the McComb area advocating name, as "patriots" and protectors least 60 The "tmder God" in the pledge made It a form of religious exercise -
"equal treatment under the law of the "Southern Way of Life." The Ings go back much earlier which should be barred, Just as prayers In the school

for all citizens regardless of race 600 will need the help of the federal than that. The trend contin i previously had been ruled out by the Supreme Court.

." The statement calls for an end government-which also needs their ues. We already have the urban "IN OVERRULING such a contention, the New York court

to "harassment arrest" of civil help. problem of the central, Court of the United States
of the Supreme
"Lets' handle Andreiby cited opinion
it the American
or old, city, and that of the way, -- an
rights workers. adjoining suburbs. slipping it to the bottom." handed down In 1962. It said in part:

As Southern-born William Brad- The First Amendment, how.

The brave 600 include many leadIng ford Huie pointed out in the Nov. For obvious reasons the I ever, does not say that In

citizens. The statement was 21 Issue of the New Republic maga- larger cities attract and every and all tea pecta

drawn up by 20 business and civic zine, the FBI cannot enforce federal command tion. But -students the most of atten city Voice of the People there church shall and be state.a separationof Rather,

law in Mississippi not unless it
leaders following a series of editorials planning and economists look it studiously defines the man.

: in the McComb Enterprise-Jour can get federal prosecutors who are about the country and see nor the specific ways I In

; nal denouncing the terrorist crimes Mississippians to prosecute, grand that while In general the JOi.i. which there shall be no con-

committed recently in such numbers juries of Mississippians to indict, small town Is on the way out, -On The Sun Opinion Page --- cert or union or dependencyone

: by McComb whites against Negroes, and unanimous petit juries of Miss- and there are some It that survive .., .." ..'''',." .. S.. leedsn em ." the vsiee If the ,.., ..1..", ,,. on the other. That is the
against white and Negro civil rights issippians to convict. grow. Is common- Muse .. .i..'" ..d .,. the writws ...,.... 4.......wlI be wiehbeld' If .e.....,.... A I.N.r should common sense of the mat
( place today to speak of small 5sf ..c... 500 .rd. end "muss be wriNss .ft eels .n, Bids II the Parry s..eel Is ....... Ti'sSus ter. Otherwise the state and
A workers and even against white towns that are "drying up." etNrvM the eleht II r.lect 555 LNw w II ....." II. wlth."t .hell". the ..11.,'. ......1.. w religion would be aliens to
:Vl. Mule told how K. Moore in ..."..--_.
"moderates". Roy Once they had an economic each other hostile, suspicious

'm charge of the new FBI branch office reason for existence. They We Vote OurConvictions Rev. Dr. Harold A. Bosleywas Peace) to mayors of 192 and even unfriendly...

.. in Jackson Miss., has been stumpingthe provided services, distribution a member of the Advise American cities, urging noninterference
The of In
problem) assuring equal "Prayers our legislativehalls
and goods. Some die Council, Fellowship 1 of with those who
state In speeches and private conversations ory the the Almighty \
rights and opportunities for minor. for ; appeals to
because modem roads offer Reconciliation.FOR "speak or act peace.
ity races is nationwide. But Mississippi to sell the state's ",oodpeople" access to better services, EDITOR, Sun: Please, mayI has officially urgedits MARGARET S. VIDAL, "In the messages of
"the have a word with "Sub- the Chief Executive the
on proposition that a ; proclamation
Is in a class by itself for the goods, and distribution. Others scriber." (Voice of the People members to Join "political making Thanksgiving
crime is still
ferocity and outward unanimity of a crime oven when erode away because they Nov. 23))? movements which aim at Their Kindness Day ,a holiday; 'So
committed against an 'agitator'; that ceased to be centers of agricultural the replacement of private
white resistance 16 any change in It is easy to understand Help Me God' In our courtroom
when a civil rights worker Js production. capitalism by a system of Deserves Notice
dnL white supremacy patterns.) And the why you withheld your name. oaths *- these and all
dar McComb area has been the worst dered it's the murderer who is guilty, I'm glad you still have a little 'collective ownership. Officials EDITOR, Sun: I'd like to other references to, the Almighty
not the victim; that when a' church RURAL AMERICA will receive shame loft In your brainwashed of FOR have advocatedthat call to your attention a letter that run:.lbrdughVourlaws

I H part of Mississippi. is burned it is the arsonists who special attention from system. Had I unleashed the American people not to the editor of the Tampa ,. out. public ;rltuala;.bur

the administration once such a vitriolic, and resist if Russia Invades but Tribune that was printed ceremonies mulct::bt?flouting
(01r Out of darkness and despair often should be arrested, not the church things art cranked up In uncalled for attack on 28 rather sit down In the streets recently. Apparently you, In the First J ,Amendment"

members; and that when a home Is 196$, Small cities, or towns, million loyal American Citizens even If the Russians butcherus Gainesville, have some teen- -
ill comes light. Out of the bombings, dynamited it is the dynamiters who that have remained viable because who voted for Barry for five years, for at the agers of whom you can be So, .for all practical purposes .

4 J shootings, church-burnings and harassments should be punished, not the Injured they art natural centers Goldwater. I, too, would end of five years they will proud. the above language

'Ii' of McComb has come this for distribution and servIces have been ashamed to .1 I g n get tired of butchering nonviolent The kind of action Is originally issued by t he
who are in the hospital.
tern strong call for a new way of life, will bt helped. So will my,name. Only an animal resisters and throwIn the one which usually gets Supreme Court 11 years ago

I more human and more American rural people In general pounces upon the wound to the sponge defeated. the attention, and I felt the and now repeated by a high
Am Special Agent Moore has been determined him. FOR Is the largest leftwing court In the state of New
... than the old The President Is destroy kindness shown should b e '
u. way. helped in this odd but very necessary to push hard at his concept Which Is more frightening pacifist group in the UJS. A. given publicity.The York Is left standing as
ski of Goldw at. r" J. Must Executive Secretary "The law of me land" by
of the "Image was
educational duty by the behav- of a great society letter reads: I am a
Words easier than deeds and expressed It (I call It of FOR for the Supreme Court of the
; are ior of Mississippi terrorists They "the good city" and of "a as you many hostess at the Florida Presbyterian
McComb has a long way to go yet have been better life." These phraseswere conservatism) or socialism? years. Muste, a Holland.born Retirement Homein United States. in declining to
Ids/ turning
boycott and
inti- I, as Individuals Presbyterian and review this latest
Neither you nor clergyman case.
b to put the new principles into prac not mere campaign ora Lakeland. One of our val
? }nidation against fellow white Mississipplans settle that ques- agitator, has supported or
"'J, tice. The'otherwise fine'statement' tory. The right wing conservatives ued employes Is Juanlta But what was left untouched
joined list of Communist
who show a long
the slightest
.Ii' was marred by a reference to "ex will protest It as tion.Certainly would not Robinson, colored wiry, and In the latest case, involving
fronts durIng
sign of compunction at their methods "socialistic." Yet, anythingthat you "peace" a grandmother. She is always (- the Pledge of Allegianceto
tremist on both sides" as If it were want everybody to vote for the past forty-odd years.In .
including cheerful and willing, the
mayors and business strengthens the country flag, was the argument -
to extreme to demand full civil the same policies and same 1957 Muste said "I am
rights men. Reporter lisle found whites in that mikes for a better. ? In such and gives us all a lesson in made In a concurring
0 leader! Would you occupied with problems relating
now. But the statement itself came Is to the Christian kindness. opinion by Justice
the off people, helpful Douglas
I Mississippi county where the case our country would ceaseto to the attitude of the
'out for what freedom fact Juanita hired a man t 0 when the
me amounts to capitalist system a prayer-case decision
three churches
civil toward nuclearwar
rights leaders were mur- be a Democracy.
drive her to over
!'fA now hitherto unimaginably extreme dered as implacable as ever. But they that system knows full well. What are you trying to say? ," Among the outstanding the weekend so Georgia she could 1962. He was said handed down In
I' to the tiny handful of white Mississippi were somewhat shaken by the will Such a program, if keyed Do you want I country under Protestant clergymen bring her mother back to

Qvl "moderates". of with new educational methods socialism? Or a dictatorship? Muste has recruited for spend the winter On their "What New York does on

'Yo: ingness some one (presumably would not end the trendto I don't. Do you? We must all agitation on the subject of return trip, on Sunday night the opening of Its public

try implicated in the murder) to tell the cities but It would slowIt. vote our convictions. In a nuclear weapons Is Harold A. about 10:30, north of Gainesville schools Is what we do when
ute The brave 600 are not "moderates"but the FBI for the bodies Democracy, there Is no other Bosley. Bosley'a name court Our
money,/'here It also would enable those appeared the lights on their car wt open crier has
"M l conservatives, still segregationist were buried. moving to urban centers in way.Now on Church Peace failed. Juanita, rt po r hd. from the beginning announc
let at heart, but convinced at last search of employment to as to setting aside Ala. Mission (pacifist I l leftist "There we were with a ed the convening of the court

11 that arson, assault and murder are But among the leading whites of have a better chance at findIng bama or Mississippi Is the a sort group) press released In 1157 swamp on both sides and us and then added 'God save
for unwanted
of grazing pasture and 1951 "
as a signer of the
rural a without even a knife United States and this
than rights. The leaders It. We expect
equal may
worse McComb the patient work of the 28 million people who
statement calling for cancel- A car bearing four teen- honorable court.' That utterance
education to receive more as
of the 600 come close to being what FBI the insane violence of the terrorists voted for Go I dwater, I'm lation of nuclear
w( sistance. Hopefully, it will weapons aged white boys stopped to Is a supplication, a
." is called the "power structure," afraid that would not work. tests In the Pacific and declare
and the amazing non-violent offer something new In opportunities see what was the matter, and prayer in which we, the
ail l though actually power is not that insistence on "freedom now" by the to learn skills that The area down there crowded might to moratorium"on others. Juanita said they were judges, art free to join, but

pe concentrated, even in Mislsilppl.Th Negro militants and their Northern art usable In modern technology become a bit too for the many The House Committee on afraid they might be ."run off which we need not recite anymore
leave room Un-American
Activities "
AI pub- the road. Instead the boys than the students need
allies are at last getting constructive "freedom riders" and "c I v 11 lished in 1951
a special report offered to guide them Into recite the New York prayer.
will need all their to results. rights workers," who s p e nd entitled
They power lived "The Commu- Gainesville, driving slowly so What New York does on the
b. TOWNS THAT have their summers down there on nist Peace Offensive", sub their lights could be used for opening! of Its public schools

and grown because they do titled "A Campaign to Dis- both can. Is what each House of Congress -
provide services, goods, and pay.Finally, Mr. or Mrs. "Sub. arm and Defeat the United does at the opening of
to an economically to sign They found a place open
transportation crlber, I am going States. This report stated: each day's business."
I healthy area my name, and I challengeyou "The Committee I on Un- and the boys wilted to set If

Decision about them will become available to do the same. American Activities has ob- the lights were working! before

for loans that will enable (MM) OLA MCKNIGHT served with dismay the Inordinately driving on. They re- BLT JUSTICE DOUGLAS..
them to _move_ ahead with fused to take any money. suggested that the state of
n n large proportion home elated to New York. the
Nita came "oversteps
Ity RICHARD WILSON! self generated by newspaper celv.d such a message from FIIA housing extensions, water small and busl-sewerage Cites Record of clerics among the persons find such good folk In the bounds' separating church
Chief, Cowles Washington reporters.The the President of the UnitedSlates who are aiding and world and said she "sure and state because the exercise

Bureau presidential attitude he would expect my Iness developments will and so of Of Speaker supporting the current Communist would like to wash and Iron In the schools was "Fi
Chief attention ,
WASHINGTONIndepend- cannot last long U the Independent resignation on his desk tomorrow on. 'peace' campaign in some shirts for those boys nanced" by the state of New
ent reports from Viet Nam reports from VietNam morning and I necessity, be paid the massive EDITOR, Sun: Accordingto this country." who really helped us." York through the operations
quite In contrast to President cities where problemshave a small news Item In the The House Committee listed
are are Justified and it would make sure that It In these days of racial of the board of regents
long accumulated. But G'vlllt Sun 11-9)44 Dr. Harold the of the
Johnson's seeming assurance seems plain enough already would be thert. names organizations strife and hate this seemed
that matters are In that Mr. Johnson lOOn will "American practice," EIsenhower the rural areas that art not A. Bosley, minister of through which the heart warming Incident In another case, however,

good hands and the right have to give the Amer lean said, "was to givea lost In apathy and have not Christ Methodist Church, Communist "peace" offensive a which the homes, schools, handed down In 1MJ by the

steps will be taken at the public a realistic report on commander a miss Ion, lost their population will be New York City, will be keynote was conducted and the and churches could be glad Supreme Court of the United

right tlm..In!!' due delibera the war there. and the means to carry it assisted. speaker at s peace con- names of the Individuals who to hear about as "By their States, Justice Brennaa, hi
Southern states lerence here Jan I, 1965. them. the an opinion
tion. without That DYe supported Among concurring with
The trouble with the Viet out Interference from fruits shall know them.
A staff correspondent of Nam problem Is that none of superiors." should have allowed d'ssent An article in the New York organizations listed was the yt CYLANDLakeland the majority, wrote
the Baltimore Sun, Louis R. the over the civil: rights act to Tunes Jan I, I9tt announcing World Peace Appeal (Stock MRS. STEPHEN
solutions, Including the President Johnson far "The reference to
Rukeyser, reports from Saigon so overshadow all else In the the appointment of Bosky holm Peace Petition) Harold divinity
bombing of supply bases, as Is known, Is not attempting In the revised Pledge of Allegiance .
that we are on the campaign merely served to as pastor of Christ A. Bosley' name appears .
holds too much promise of to In such direct for
operate example, may
brink of defeat with the VietCong emphasize the overwhelming Church said "The M year on the letterhead of an
success unless followed up by line of command si Churchill merely recognize the _historical -
called It Isn't that you've changed
thirds old religious organization Promoting
controlling two of the act In the clergyman, a
an Invasion of North V111 1 acceptance
In World War II. fact that nation was
i of the country and operating Nam. rest of the country. The chaltnl' pacifist; is regarded alone Enduring Peace, Inc. and have quit worrying about believed to have been found-
In many sections a fullfledged of moving ahead to end of the ablest liberal preach- from 195t to 19(1.In the younger generation. What '
governmental apparatus. BUT HE IS taking an unusual discriminations was a challenge ers In Methodism. II!, Is a 1J50 Bosley was a signer has changed Is that they are ed under God. Thus recIUng
American policy makers MILITARY MEN can erect degree of public responsibility member at the Fellowship of of an appeal (In Defenseof no longer the younger gen the pledge! may bt no moreof
all kinds of accepted.THESE
who once talked of victory by constructions on for the execution Reconciliation .* In 19M, the Right to Speak for eration. (Fairfield Ledger a religious exercise than
what would happen undervarloua of such the reading aloud */ Ijnrala'lGettysburg
military operations as -'
the end of 1965, this
says state happen
FI\E (
"now sets of conditions but the rescue mission In the Con Address, which
correspondent are Include' those with the
they cannot promise the President to
contains allusion to the
girding themselves against success short of an all- goThere lowest per capita Income the POTOMAC: FEVER *
the possibility! of total de- It something to be teachers the same historical fact
out attack, nor can they measure smallest payments
said for JACK'owln|
outlining objectives By Washington Bureau
feat.1 the reaction loa ,lowesc.l.tlon and the greatest need for In public schools
and requiring the generals to Sen. Williams wants the Bobby Baker investigators to check the female an
with the
of the effort
war assistance to
THIS IS A strong analysis be responsible for the execution of transition wp from a gle. 11.'. pretty sure there were party girl, and h.', pretty sure which the Pledge tf Allegiance: to
t pot a whisper of which reaehes General Eisenhower cc. of plant to reach tho eObJfClh"e. problems Prty. the flag Is recited each day.
ports In his book -Mandate rural to a more urban lift.
( the American public .. Generals art expendable The question BOW eve be
i through official e h a n n e .Is. for Change" a small argument but presidents are Federal pressures and court Mariner 1, heading for Mart, carries a geiger counter Congressmen say raised as to" whether- theNew
he had with Winston will contimM to extend -
once decisions
Mr. Johnson given an eppor- not. It's blatant! waalo-who rare how many' tricers there are on Mars:
Testament Old
Into tht
Churchill on the respective the rights act the
I runity to discuss: the problem I'nforruna'ery! under the
1 frankly on national telti functions of political present circumstance the decisions areas that resist. Students riot against the U. S. in Stiffen. Cairo and Moscow. That's the Ttsiamtat might beheld

vision confined himself leaders and commanders: In art M grave that generals 'The Is" challenge now trouble with modern educational theories-not enough home work. to constitute men "B>
the field. General Eisenhower
largely to chiding the press cannot matt them. Butt remains KT tht Inner South: tory" and whether the reading

I for guessing that the President Minister's was astounded orders by to DM relative Prime! least It could bt made ,. to. be able to comprehend this MODCOW top kept rioter from doing major' ( damage tour fmha *y. They of passages from tht

I may have to extend the small military units fat the clear that any dec: l IIlu fact of our national life and and with to figured alltre was to SWUM In letting them damage valuable microphone. Bible could .. construed as
Johnson did net whirl are reacted the move fffwrouary
i war Mr are
mention the fact that his field during World War IL product of a military consensus fond will whatever personal Sergei Mikoyan says KhruchcntT is happy and spends his time hunting historical' tftoerta'lJone"

1 chief representative In VietNam Respecting one order supported by the President feelings may be, to thertby He'd N even happier if they'd let him have a few bullets rather than religious afro

1 had roused this dls- Churchill proposed' to send, of the United States jots to the strengthening of -- dsM. The aabiguiry at the

cusshm by his own public Eisenhower Mid "If as an and the public hi entitled to our country and the dream of A federal jury In Miami Mt rifartttts art "rrawaably safe I'aleu. various court ruling has act

1 Ilatea'ftll.114 It was not American Commander I rt- near about it la detail the Great Soety. of court, you we the coupons to buy a cockU\ shaker yet bees cleared .*, -...... .. ..


December 3. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

r- Hopes Rise As Soviets Start Showing

Latin American Housing Discussed Interest In Financial Obligation To U.N.

There Is no miraculous Currie, a former director of an even development as of communism In the Americas, I UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. talks were"useful and good" ,and Middle East. The Soviets
"housing penicillin" to curt the the Inter American Hous I log part of the grad u a I educa and third, it is useful In the (AP) Negotiators worked be-I With the Soviets for the first contend they were illegal. The
hind the at the United time showing interest In discussing United Slates
scenes the
Ills of human physical environment and Planning Center of the Organization tional, social and economic ad- growth of our Intemation a ] biggest contributor -
Nations today amid rising hopesfor the financing of U.N says all must pay their
housing expert LeonardJ. of American States vancement of a people.
an agreement to clear away peace-keeping operations but share of the United Nations will
Currie said at Wednesdaynight's at Bogota, Colombia, spoke to I
on If an attempt Is made 'However, there is another the world organization's deep,not yet In accord with the Unit founder.
opening session of the "Housing In the Caribbean" to advance too far and too fast more basic reason, a reason '
financial and constitutional cri- ed Slates on the matter the! The African-Asian plan
University of Florida's 15th an- delegates convened for the four ahead of the aspirations and cultural that would impel us to do our |Sl3.I initiative was turned over to thatAlmost: proposed
nual Caribbean Conference. day series of round table discussions developments of the people utmost to raise living standards I Backstage talks being conducted Thant. UN. financing is not
and meetings here. the results will be disastrous throughout Latin America evenif i a I by Secretary-General U purely a U.S. Soviet affair and Twins
Market Currie Is now dean of the College as well as economically i there were no Communistthreat Thant got an endorsement at a,other nations must be heard I
Egg of Architecture at the University wasteful," the educator asserted In the world and that is three.hour meeting Wednesday from too, Rusk said. KEY WEST Fla. (AP) -
JACKSONVILLE of Illinois' Chicago our Inherent American sense of between the foreign ministers of A group of Asian-African Navy Commanders Lloyd and
(AP) The
Northeast branch. North America has several fair play our unabashed the UN.'s biggest antagonistson countries promptly presented Floyd Bertoglio aren't twins.
Florida Market
Egg reasons to be vitally concerned idealism and our recognition of I the Issue, the United States Thant a three-point plan. In-'As far as they know, they
prices to retailers The more we study hous I In g, with the ecnomic developmentand the great Judeo Christian phi- CURItIE I land the Soviet Union. formed sources said the Soviets are n't even remotely related.
Extra large 42-44, mostly 44; the more it becomes evident the raising of living stand- losophy of the essential brotherhood Secretary of State Dean Rusk and the Americans agreed to But they're both career Navy
large 394-41, mostly 41, medium -that housing is not a problem of ards In Latin America, Currie of man." continues Its central theme of termed his conference with So- the plan in part but set conflictIng airmen, each has a brother
32-34, mostly 34; small 271, walls and roofs, but rather a said' Fortunately, poverty Is not 'Health Problems" today with:I viet Foreign Minister Andrei A' conditions named Ed and they have
31, mostly 31. problem of people, Currie! pointed "First, we realize that such endemic and need not be t h t round table panels spotlighting Gromyko "constructive" U.S I' At the heart of the crisis has served at many of the same
out. development Is Important in our eternal lot of any people" "Physical and Cultural Ambassador Adlai E, Stevenson -been the Soviet refusal to pay stations. Lloyd Is from Fresno.Calif .
Poultry at farms: fryers Mtt; Housing Improvement must hemispheric defense; second, It Currie concluded! ment" and "Food Envlron-I who sat In on the luncheon UN assessments for the peacekeeping ,, and Is 47. Floyd Is from
hens none, come, step by step, as part of is essential to stop the spread The Caribbean Conference c tion." meeting was said to feel the operations in the Congo Benlo, HI, and is 48,


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Pope Asks Unity for Better World i


By GEORGE W. CORNELL hearts in mutual Ceylon; the Evengellcal Luther In this region of the world In turing farther afield from Rome million members. It is one of
BOMBAY,India (AP) -Pope!tog esteem and love.underlland-I an Federation, the North India ter-Christian alliance takes on than any other Pope, met the I three ancient Orthodox bodies
Provincial Synod Methodist heightened ramifications For religious leaden In a steady separated from Rome In the
t Y Paul VI met today with leadersof On this, the second day of his,Church, and the National Christian Roman Catholics constitute onlya aeries of small gatherings He:Middle Ages in a complex dis-
ancient oriental religions and historic four-day visit to India, Council of India. I tiny minority about 1S per had words of esteem for them pute over papal supremacy.
told them all men must"beginto where the Pope is being received The personal meetings with cent-of India s 480 millions all, and voiced hopes for closer I Voicing determination to
work together to build the with a welcome of phenomenal these churchmen too, reflectedthe No previous Pope has sat bonds. strive "humbly but confidently
1 theme of Rome's modified down in mutual exchange with Early In the series of audiences for the reconciliation of all
common future of Uw human enormity and zest, he
stance to make common such a wide representation of he met privately with Christians" in unity Pope Paul
race" also had meetings with leader '
of other Christian bodies. cause and unifying overtures the Intensely devout and vastly Moran Mar Basellos Ougen I.told Christian guests "the
Marking a new dimension In toward Christians outside the numerous Eastern religions Cathollcos of the Orthodox Syrl- way to full communion Is a difficult
the outlook of the Roman Catholic His callers at the residence Gf,'Roman Catholic fold. I The year-old pontiff Yen-'an Church which has about a' one"
Church, the Pope asked the Bombay's Roman Catholic
sages of Hinduism, Islam, Bud- archbishop included bishops and
dhism, Zoroastrianism and other officials of the Church of South
non-Christian faiths: "Are we India a historic merger Involving .
not ill one In this struggle for a I about a million Protestants
better world in this effort to of formerly separate communions.
make available o all people .
those goods which are needed to HOT-NEW DODGE 1
Also for conversations
fulfill their human destiny and
4 to live lives worthy of the chil- Initiated by the Pope wen representatives -
I of the ancient Mar
dren of "
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Thoma Syrian Church; the
I He paused, then added: "We Methodist Church in Southern FUN-SIZE
f r i must come closer together. We Asia; the Anglican Church Gf DODGE
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. j : New Cantata to Be Sung Progress."To our knowledge, this Is the ", .

] i University Choir of 300The I last premiere performance of
any of William's work in the ,
The American premiere of J The afternoon concert, which United States,"Dr. Keister laid I .

, ;. Ralph Vaughn Williams' "Pil- annually draws a capacity "We feel fortunate that we are .
't". grlm'a Journey," a cantata baaed -I crowd from throughout north Introducing so great a work .ZALE'SCHRIST
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Progress," by John Bunyan, the direction of Dr. Elwood The audience will be invited to C
.. will open the University choir's Kelsler of the Unlversity'i De-
.. participate In singing the climax
annual Christmas concert on partment of Music.
of "The Canticle of Christmas"
the University of Florida campus Williams, who was unofficial;
which ends with a fugue based
Sunday at 4 In Florida ly dubbeJ"composer laureate"of
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on the old carol, 0 Come Ally
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300 voice choir, accompanied musical setting of passages .Faithful.
by the University sym from Bunyan's allegory In 1922. Soloists for the concert are i
phony orchestra, also will sing During the next 21 years he Sarah T. ,Turner, soprano; David
"The Canticle of Christmas," prepared several works from E. Wilmot, tenor and GuyB. i-.TL:
a cantata based on the gospel the text and produced a final Webb, baritone. All are
of St Luke by modern American I stage version In 1951, a morality 'members of the University'De- -U '
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MP,tooTED NATIONS N.Y. He studied at Oxford and road'Aug. I, 1924, br Wlnnrba. 40 .. HOBBS. NMP( ) There ( fHVFOR HIM!
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Assembly, will iuv* two distinctions tailored Wester clothes\ by day(then the British colony of the x lout of the mountains during a Men's Shop
!In the office but he sometimes 1 puts on a togs' Gold Coa4After : [deer hunting tripRoyce ,

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and the first African Negro and five other Hobbs men LEFT McGREGOR J. NEW NEW Norde Jesse, -
can kente cloth for Ghanaian Ghana on March walls 'n wear |< tajfie post In the 19 the (I went into the Guadalupe Mountains
\ years receptions al night. I, 19S7 he was as'ifmed i to the It I lined with, Orion acrylic p,It tor warmth en chilly
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Hale To Read 'Carol9For t.Rkpr. Peron ,Returns to Spain After Quick Brazilian Rebuff 1 I

It 24th Time Here MADRID, Spain (AP) dered the 65-year-old exile dent Alfredo Stroessner of Para threw him. He went to Para-|said A Brazilian Peron talked air very force little officer but
Former Argentine Dictator flown back to Spain Wednesday guay laid Peron would not be guay, Panama, Venezuela the I: H
y Morley will be proclaimeddead Hale's reading has become a Juan D. Peron flew back to night on the tame Iberia air- allowed to land there either I Dominican Republic and finallyto ,appeared "well disposed.he started<
j unsmiling as
and an uncertain was
and the traditional Christmas campus tradition which beganin r Spain today liner that had carried him to Whether he would be permitted Spain. :
reception after a short-lived attempt back to Europe.
!4 story of Scrooge and Tiny
1929. to return to South Ameri- Brazil from Madrid early to resume his life of exile In I The Brazilian government I
Tim will be narrated
Friday asked the
: night by Dr. Lester Hale, University The late Walter J. Matherly ca. I IPeron' Wednesday. He had planned to Spain was uncertain. The Span- detained Peroi\ from the moment I Peron reportedly
of Florida Dean of Student brought the traditional reading airliner was diverted go on to Paraguay,to wait there ish government said his return of his arrival until he took Brazilian government for as1I -
I Affairs. of Charles Dickens' "A Christ- from Madrid to Sevilla. Informed until the time was ripe for him would have to be negotiated. off Wednesday night. Peron I urn If he did, his forced departure
r man Carol" from the University I, sources laid the switch to return to Argentina. Spanish officials said Peron's spent the day at the military] showed that Brazilian
i Female of North Carolina and :was made on ,orders of the The Brazilian governmentsaid departure constituted "a clear section of the Galeao International -I President Humberto Castello.
Hale took the reading 27 I Branco rejected the request.CHRISTMAS
over Spanish government and in a communique: violation" of the condition under Airport. i
Fla. (APJudg. yean ago. Since 1937, Hale !probably at Peron'i, request "Complying with the request of which tad government granted
/Ing by reading material In the has missed only three Christ 'so he would not be exposed to I Argentina the Brazilian government -him asylum in 19$ that lie
State Beverage Departme n t's mas programs, twice while I hi more than 100 Spanish and agreed to halt in Rio de would not engag publlcly in
reception room in Tamps the working on his Ph.D. at Louisiana foreign newsmen waiting for Janeiro the trip which Mr. Juan politics.
I revenooers clientele Is becom- State University and one BALE, him at Madrid's Barajas Airport -Domingo Peron was making."
ing quite genteel. while on leave at Wayne State Peron had promised to return
The magazines Include University. I ry Hale Jr., Willis Bodlne,, Officials In Madrid laid they The Uruguayan governmentalso this year to Argentina, where an
"Mademoiselle," "V o g uGlamour" e," Sponsored by Sigma Nu Robert Carson and the Delbert understood that Peron would be announced that Peron estimated 20 to 30 per cent of
and "Family Cir- ternity, the program also Sterrett family. allowed to return to Spain"tern,would not be allowed to land in the nation's 10 million voters
I cle." cludes a music program fra'i The program begins at 7:30 porarily, until a definite decision Montevideo, where he had still support him. He ruled Argentina
!I Not a True Detective" 1 n Helen Bell Jones, Dr p.rn. in the University Auditor Is reached on his case." 'planned to catch a plane to Par- from 1948 until 1955
! J the place. L:._Danburb,_Roy_E. Tew, _ium. It Is open to the. public. The Brazilian government or aguay. Sources close to Prest when a_military_ revolt over a I Iauaurr






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What's Christmas new rur .. in I OIT1Efl( } 1 nnn THE f ffflIL9 i [ I r--

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Ruth Webster, Women's Editor
satSINGER, { casuals
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today! Christmas Treasury of BreadsThe stocking;

Gainesville Junior Wom- s
an's Club presented a "Chris
FEATHERWEIGHT mas Treasury of Breads" food
sewing machine show at the City Utility Department -

y by SINGER I Tuesday afterno on.
Proceeds from the show will
Now In pearl white! benefit the Club's Scholarshipand L-
v Loan Fund.
A real joy to Mrs. Josephine M c S win e,
1 ownl I It't the Alachua County Home Demonstration -

i' world's mostportable Agent, and Mrs. Brenda .,
portable Crum, home economist for
L -weighs less the City Utility Department, :
than 12 pounds. prepared a variety of ta ste
yet it't a realworkhorse tempting breads. Some of the Ir
1 Sews baked goods were presented IS _

/ o forward and and prizes Mrs.Samuel E. Alray Holloway.Howard /

reverseeverything The American Home Life
from sheers Department of the Gainesville I :
to suitings. Junior Woman's Club was In 4 l r,
charge of the food show. Mrs. ma'u+

with ,...$14995 Grant Godwin Is general chair-
man. Co-chairmen for the event ?
were: Mrs. Thomas Ashworthand
Mrs. Donald Tredinic t.
Committee members were Mrs.
,{ II' SINGER will Michael CoulUas/ Mrs. Robert
jilt Wrap..n"Doli"r Davis, Mrs. Samuel Hollows, '
I'REEIr Urs. Stanley Uvengood Mr. '
Glen McMillan Mrs. Van Alexander .
May and Mrs. Jon Yag '
Pictured at the "Christina Treasury of Itreadu" food show arc from left to
gy.Holiday at right: Airs. Josephine McSwIne, Mrs. Brenda Crum, Mrs. D. W. Tredlnclc and
recipes Mrs. T. E. Ashworth.
the show Included the follow-
v ing. dough clings together : inch strips; place 1 piece of cookie sheet. i
Swtdish Tea Ring Divide In half. Roll out each bacon on each strip.! Roll up Bake at 430 degrees for -10 19+ Y
I I f Y +
Roll basic dough Into oblong half on floured surface to 12x9 starting at end. Fasten with a minutes until golden brown. 1+
IS x 9 Inch pan. Spread with :2 Inch rectangle. Cut Into 8x1:,toothpick; place on ungreased j jI ,Serve warm
tablespoons softened butter and
sprinkle with mixture of '"S cup

a of sugar and 2 teaspoons with raisin of cin I Hopes Feted on Anniversary : r
namon. Sprinkle
Place sealed edge down In ringon _.,. ... .1.1You'll

lightly greased taking sheet.
New! 12' LPEconomy Pinch ends together forming a Congratulations and good with an orchid cosage by members an antique epergne adorned look great
wishes extended by more of the family. with yellow roses, ,'
ChristmasMachine circle. With scissors, cut 2-J of were ( pompons ,
Sewing Record Album the through ring at 1 Inch than 300 city and out of town Among those assisting In the stock and miniature golden ...feel even belled Hurt
by way and Mrs. JI I the honoree' bells. The cake '
guests to Mr. mHope hospitalities were wedding was tor Mati.VM .N. IIIW r.w4. aw.N" .
SINGER "Favorite Christmas Intervals. Turn each section on during a reception celebrating sisters Mrs",Clinton Van Clee. encircled with yellow rosebudsand ....ti r w.e......M r.r "r..1.lute.... Pup
double .. _
Let rise until ._
dependable Songs from SINGER." its side. their golden wedding I and Mr. Van Cleef, of Orlando orchids. I *".... Yw twt"e..... ,....... .... aett..r ,..., 11II1 lit
Sturdy, 33-40 minutes. I C
anniversary Wednesday after. and Mrs. Wilbur M. Marling Jr, Punch was served from
for smooth sewing. Especially recorded Heat oven to 37} degrees and, noon. and Mr. Harllng, and also her antique silver bowl and coffee an tel........t....,Ir4I hrMy o1twl
Handy top drcp-m and especially priced bake 25-40 minutes. Frost while -a w.... '---y-
The reception was given bythe niece, Mrs. Kenneth Morris was served from an antique silver Ow
bobbin.. for Christmas. warm with Quick White Icing couple's son Nor wood and Mr. Morris and their greal service. i
'SCQ50 HI-FI or Sttrto and decorate with nuts and Hope, and Mrs. Hope, who entertained niece Miss Cheryl Morris. Arranging the floral decorations -, and tile prIce Is /Itterlng00
,Onl., sloe cherries. Serve warm. at their home from Yellow roses stock, FIJI chry for the party were Mrs.'
EASY TERMS OnivChoose Quick White Icing S until 7 p.m. .lanthemums in shacks of ye Ralph Cellnn, Hague, Mrs. lien., HUSH PUPPIES from Younstten sloes IVi! (About
Sift 1 cup of confectioners' at the door low and bronco were featured
Greeting guests ry Raattama LaCrosse; Mrs.
) Ladies II 0 Meas 14 (About )
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from over 19,000 It.mslA the SINGER Catalog. Moisten with 1 tablespoon decoration of
su&ar. were the honored couple's 1 in the. party Hugh Simmons and Mrs. Darling \
water milk or 1U tablespoons grandchildren, Tam, Forrestand rooms. A brass bowl filial d Jr. AS SUM INMEN'J&WOMtN'l
What tiew for torn omw it at SINGER todaytSINGER cream to spread. Add tt.I Bice Hope, who are children with bronze chrysanthemums, Reception assistants Hiroiigh-
teaspoon of vanilla or any other of the Norwood Hopes. was used In the family room. out the calling hours were Mrs.M. .Jillu IJ'J.Vfkl
flavoring you desire. I The couple was married December The serving table, overlaid A. Baldwin, Mrs. F r a nk GOLF SHOES )
Serve as an appetizer or with S, 1914 at Win d lor, with a whit crystalline embroidered Miles, Mrs. Carl IIlJ1I nd. Mrs. $12 to $14
SEWING CENTERS soup. Make early In the day, Fla. Mrs. Hope, formerly Miss cloth made by Mrs William Evans, Mrs. Elmo
216 W. University Ave. Phone 3766310Open and refrigerate. Bake Just before -Bessie Ormond, was prewnted Osee Fagan, was centered by Jackson, Mrs. A. T. Fletcher, 4* B-L SHOEDEPT.
Evenings Til 9i Until Christmas serving. Mrs. George Robertson, Mrs.
Fret Perking In Rear'AT..a."a.gmisNtwalnwtuNy Bacoa Snacks Harold Walker Mrs. George S'I
Cut 1 Ib. bacon slices In half Senior Honor Group Waldo, Miss Pixie Hampton, '
Fry until brown, but not crisp.Sift Mrs. Lorene Fletcher, Mrs. G. I
l L........ -1.. .d"IINC"I; I"'Y of all
together 2 cups put'pose Slates Sunday MeetSenior W. Smith Mrs. William Barnes
flour and 1 teaspoon saltinto Mrs. Rydon Owens Jr., Mrs.I,
mixing bowl. Stir In 2 cups William Gray, Mrs. Joel McCoy
I(\I lb.) shredded Cheddar Honor Group sponsor Jeff Lally Bill Lear, nib Mrs. Ralph Cellnn J r., ..cwgvw
Cheese until particles are the ed by the Gainesville Music l Stone, Carol Taylor Sarah Varies. Hague; Mrs. Bert frames,
size of small pess. Combine 4 Teachers Association will meet I Jane Arrlngton Cathy Daytona Beach; Mrs. Lester
Sun Want Ads Get Results cup shortening melted and 14 Sunday at 2 p.m. In the homeof 'Alvarez, Vicki: Brl lOII, Kath- Parker and Mrs. Sam Melds CENTRAL CHARGI-I-L CHARGE=LAYAWAY
cup milk. Add to dry Ingredients Mrs. B. Y. Kinney 212 SW ryn Brooke, Jim Forrester, if Jacksonville and Mrs. Frank -Mil GIFT WRArriNGCHRISMS -
all at once; stir until 42nd Street, Gwyn Oaks, I Wanda llcrtcl, Porter Horne, Morris. of Macclenny, '| i
I tie Group, whose members Don Johnson, Janeen Larsen! ., I
Include music students recommended -' Sutanne Martin, Susan McKIn- _fAl .;
their teachers had ney and Rebecca Sanders.
by ,
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Its first meeting for the year IiVlBIT ..
recently at the home of Mrs. Theta Alumnae ; w + 'f
Delbert Sterrett, student activities )-

1ot fp; ,chairman with Mrs for Herman the Association Scnmll Plan Tea OUR MeRRY 1i :: \

!; uAR.- president, is co-hostess. Those
performing were Karen Casey, Pledge Class of the UP Chapter ;; I

I pianist, Jo Ann Fulwood, pianist of Kappa Alpha Theta will I
Karen Gonzales, meno- be honored with a tea Sunday ::
SPORTY NEW LOUNGERS FROM KINNEY'S/ soprano, and Carlisle Herbert,'afternoon by the members of .. r

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Teen Time Slates Gala Holiday- DancesTeen I EARL and C. MAYJACKC MAY ? Y .

Times Dances for 8th of December Include: The Or 2. If the 8th or 9th graderas > The week waiting period is to should wait while the teenager charge, or until the function is R,pr. *nHnj Y MI:
and 8th graders in the Gainesville enlng Dance, this Friday; Ele never been a member of,tenable the department to check'fills out an application for mem- over. I: The Equitable L! eAiiuronct ect
Area will open this Friday lion Dance, December 11; an 'een Time or Teenle Time, her on age, school and also to giveus ,bership, Mr Massey'advises. I II 2. Member will at all times Society, ,
evening, Ray Massey, Recreation -Snow Queen Dance, Decembe a chance to familiarize the I Teen Time Rules conduct themselves In an or- if the Unit. *' Sfetaa I"'. mr
Director, announced to- 18 she may come to the center new member with rules and policies. derly manner Loitering or unseemly Horni Office. New York. I : to
Rules which all Teen Time
and by
anytime out an appll- i
Membership Requirement atlon for dances are operated Include: conduct may result In N{ l .f7.-
Dances : membership. If he Is 2-3576 A
will be held at the of Phone ,
Membership requirements fo iccepted Into Teen Time he I If an 8th or 9th grader comes 1. Members will not be per- suspension membership cardS
Recreation Center, SIS NE Second Teen Time are: sill be notified after a week, to the dance this Friday and has mitted to leave the center unless AQ rules, listed on back of itJest':
from Avenue 7 30 until on 10 Friday The nights admission -! 1. If the 8th or 9th grader ha and then may come to the never been a member', he may i called for by a parent and membership card, will be enforced Sun Want \ds Get Results
: p.m.
iances I[not stay and dance, parents checked out with person In -
Is 10 cents and the been a member of Teen Time 01
Teen Time Card. The dress will Teenle Time, he or she may re -
be school clothes. new his membership the nighof NOW! 2 HOURS FREE PARKING-OLD CITIZEN'S BANK LOT! t
Dances planned for the month the dance.

9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

I Wedding Plans AnnouncedWedding I' FOR GIFTS Until Christmas Eve of
plans for the marriage Mrs Frank Webb, matron of 7,
of Miss Gloria Jean Laird, honor, and Mrs. Faye Bush,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John brldcsmatron, and Miss Connie nh DISCONTINUEDMODELS
H. Laird, and Larry Eugene Golden, bridesmaid. &tOC t d OF
Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joey D. Thomas, brother of S
D. T. Thomas, are announced the bridegroom, will serve as ek
today. best man. Ushers will be HAVULCAIN MILTON
4 The wedding will take place Frank Webb and Kenny Ray. .
Saturday at 8 p.m.. at the Thomas. I 4.00 f K JURGENSEN
i Southslde Baptist Church. Rev. A reception will follow the r I
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Miss Kay Nelson. tfffi< IiJ4J 1f2:

Miss Kay Nelson, bride Gay Jones, Mrs. Mildred Jones, I
TODAY December J SATURDAY December S ton Boyles, 10 a.m.
ect of Ronald Wiggins, was Mrs. Murray Nelson Mrs. Robert
Luncheon feting Miss Betty Tea honoring Miss Caroline Mrs. Paul L.
demons Mrs. Lee Senn, I
implemented at a mlscellanei Mrs. Mamie McLaurin Pound, bride-to-be of Alvin V. Steckert, fiance of daughter Mrs. G
: shower given recently by R. E. L. Greene, Mrs. ,Jimmy Alsobrook, 11:30 p.m., Mrs. John E. Hudson Jr., Mrs. Floyd, at the I BEDS
r.. J. D. Hester and Mrs. Duke, Mrs Archie Jones Mia Fred Cone and Mrs. Latham Crier Kirkpatrick and Mrs. 1523 NW Twelfth
hn, McCarthy at the Hester Betty Jane Green, Miss Judy I Davis at the Davis borne n) H. K. Wallace, home of the Luncheon
me. Assisting with the hos- Buxton, Miss Sherry Johnsonand NW 23rd Street. latter, (20 SW First Avenue. Betty Pound
talitles were Miss Sherrye Mrs. R. C. Johnson. FRIDAY December 4 Coffee honoring Miss Mary V.Ben Alsobrook 0. Franklin.U:30 FOAM RUBBER
[ester and Miss Terry Hester.A Also Mrs. L. D. Marshall Dinner complimenting: Miss Ruth Hazen bride elect of Seventh Lane.
Christmas motif decorat- Mrs. Clarence Rogers, Miss Betty Pound and her fiance Ted Raymond Brown, 10:30: COMBINATIONS
d the home and the punch Marilyn Blair, Miss Cindy Lew. Gus Me- Dinner feting
Alvin V. Alsobrook, ':30 p.m., a.m. to noon Mrs. Meadows and her
ble was adorned with pinend is, Mrs. Joseph LJchter Miss Mrs. Sam But and Mr. and Griff, 10:0 NE Third. Mr.
berries. Suzanne Litcher, Miss Ruth Mrs. L. Calvert Popper, Coffee complimenting Miss L ton Boyles 3334 I ed
A gift of china was presentd Krienke, Miss Madalene Garrett 90Eie.
Gainesville Golf and Country
to the honoree by the Miss Francis Euban k s, Club. Beth Meadows fiancee of Shel-] Street. price
ostesses. Mrs. Wade Avant, Mrs. Mary Tea complimenting Miss Kay $1 109
The guest list included the Turner Mrs. J. H. Hin ter-
Knopf bride elect of James
noree, Mrs. 0. M. Nelson, mister, Mrs. Nick Doffing Mrs. Standelman III, 3 to 5 p.m., VALUABLE COUPON .
other of the bride-elect; Mrs.T. Ed Berry, Mrs. L. G. !ernal.
Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, 1004 SW below foriOoif $ .
Crouch, the honoree'sandmother Miss Donna Beard, Mrs. Hen- Sixth Avenue. good
; Mrs. M. J. Wig- ry McLaurin, Mrs. E. C. Eu- Dinner feting Miss Caroline FOR BOTH
ins, mother of the bridegroom- banks, Mrs. William R. Garrett -
Steckert and her fiance, JohnE.
elect; Mrs. W. 0. Nelson, Mrs.Calendar and Mrs. W. A. Krienke. .
Hudson Jr., 1:45: p.m.,
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December S FRIDAY December 4 on Innerspring Ensembles
University Agricultural Gainesville Orchid Society, CHRISTMASSURPRISES
'omen'i Club, ChristmasTea a p.m. City Utility Center 555 I -BOt cleans better because it'i
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Road. reading ot Dick e n a' I you direct cleaner when needed. mottrtit 78"
Mothers' Club of the University "Christmas Carol," by Dean spring unit, tertiAND STEEL
Woman's Club, 2:30: to Lester L. Hale, 7:30: p.m., 0.0 'iuslvo Silito I"-
5 p.m., Mrs. Robert Myers, University Auditorium, opento ... cord hopdUi. SWINGSTER FRAMES
the hon- twin also Box
Coclough Hill.Gainesville public. Reception I
Chapter 44 OES ,I oring George Milam of Jack I BeautifulBlouses WORTH 104 on purchase ) .
9 pjn., Masonic Temple sonville, immediately follow
American Association I of ing at the Chapter House, Many cola. SNO-BOL Beautiful
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I Barry. Plans 'Summit' on GOP Heart Disease Might Be I fl


; .\ (EDITOR'S NOTE In this The defeated GOP presidential can be fitted Into the schedules "They are not going to throw presidential nomination early Caused by. Person's Fear \

\ exclusive AP Interview, Sen. nominee said In an Interview of all three principals before his Burch out," he said "They this year. ...

f Barry Goldwater tells of plans on his return to Washington return to Arizona next week. don't have the votes." Goldwater, who has not met PhYSicIans"
, for a GOP summit meeting and from Phoenix Ariz., that he Goldwater made U clear he I This opposition by the presi- with reporters except for a brier MIAMI BEACH (APSome him .that his worst fears are through[ private

gives his views on demands by doesn't know where the summit would encourage the formation dential nominee to any replacement news conference In Jamaica, heart disease may be Imaginary confirmed," be said. community supported hi

1 acme Republicans that the par'conference discussion will lead. of the kind of advisory council' of the national chairmanat said he Is going over to the side -brought on by the patient's The physician must take timeto ervices." I

ty chairman be replaced. Gold- But he Indicated be is willing to suggested by some GOP governors this time was concurred In by of the writing men and does nol fears and his doctor's words or reassure such patients. Four resolutions offering c

I water says he does not plan to cooperate with the former president and other party leaders I to congressional Republican leaders Intend to have additional news attitudes, a heart specialist said. Some patients are neuroticand promises to the AMA's tradit
\ : grant additional Interviews or and the former vice president !bring all factions into the for who think it is too early to conferences or interviews.The Wednesday. gain some personal advantage aI opposition to medicare w II

! i! hold news conferences) I In trying to bring peace :nation of future party policy."I take such drastic action. I senator bronzed from his may by appearing disabled. considered They ranged f
the bickering factions 01 tried to get,Milton ElsenJower' The patients may have symptoms -
___ among
I I Goldwater said he regards Jamaica vacation and a subsequent Keyes sometimes physicians -I federal subsidies for private
from chest says
ranging painsto
: continue Its
I BY JACK BELL Republican party. group ,himself now as "a free man,"I rest at his Phoenix home, dizziness from fatigue to contribute to a basic neurosis urance to plans similar

I WASHINGTON (APSen.. Goldwater said the meeting work were,making he said.some"I thought headway.1'they ,I able to speak out on issues of gave no indications that he was palpitations,,explained Dr. John by an unwitting misdiag- health Insurance for retired girnment I

I ; Barry Goldwater says that he originally had been schedule I Eisenhower brother of the paramount Interest to the na downcast by his landslide defeat W Keyes, of Detroit's Henry DOlls of a chest pain. workers.

plans to meet soon with Gen. For next Thursday at Eisen, former president and head of tion. He Indicated he no longer by Johnson. Ford Hospital And In other cases, incorrect However the chance of

Dwight D. Eisenhower and hower's office at Gettysburg Johns Hopkins University, I Is Feels any of the restraints he "They can't discount the fad interpretation of an electrocardiogram being approved by the refere 1I
\ Richard M. Nixon for a "gener- Pa, but had to be delayed be- chairman of the Republican Implied had been placed on him that 27 million Americans voted "Once symptoms of this type may also contribute. and

I I al discussion" of the Republicanparty's cause of Nixon's trip to Japan. Critical Issues Council The as a presidential candidate in for me," he said. have occurred they of them- Committees worked behind committee reaching
future course. He added however he hopes it dealing with International Issues selves can produce a vicious cycle I Ion house of delegates floor w
council a panel of leading Re- When his interviewer noted closed doors Tuesday on reports considered poor.
c.. publicans Issued GOP Policy; that other Republicans contended of anxiety which convincesthe two controversial subjects before -
Goldwater indicated his criticism
statements through special task this did not represent wholly patient that heart disease Is the convention the doctor's
forces during the recent presidential may center on President GOP conservauve strength but actually present. .he said.
Johnson's course In the South role In birth control and medical I FEleciricaMOTORS
I campaign. Viet Nam hostilities Included Republicans who did Doctors should take special care for the aged. (
II Goldwater remained adamantIn not necessarily: agree with his
I his opposition to the replace- "We're in war there and it's views but opposed Johnson and measures with patients they A report encouraging doctorsto .1 REBUILT
,I time: that the American people know to have some emotional take Increased responsibility
ment of Republican National his program Goldwater replied Rdjidentiol a Commercia I
Chairman Dean Burch, his personal found out Just how deeply we cryptically problems or those with a great In prescribing birth control Industrial! F'
choice for the Job after the are Involved," he said. "I pointed fear of heart disease because of methods recommended "that CALL tIcenUlf
San Francisco nominating con that out in the campaign and "That's what they say. I think their family history Keyes tolda the prescription of child spacing
,. ventkm. I[ am going to speak out on It he conservatives are going to scientific meeting of the measures should be made C. P. Dressler
some more." be heard from. American Medical Jtsoclatlon.j available to all patients who require Electrical Contractor his

I' oew6t NOTICI OF INTINTION' TO Asked when he Intended to Republican meetIng them, consistent with their
governors, -
IOIITI FICTITIOUS NAMIFuraoom When these l people come to a Phone FR 6-4193 shai
I' to loctlon MIM, Florida, ) "speak out,' the Arizona senator in Denver this weekend, creed and morals, whether they who.
., 910 NW. 4th St.
IOIUIM notlco lo herby glvon' "' theMertlgnod doctor with chest pains 0 r
JMKO Incorporated doing replied be will do so when may come up with some recom- obtain their medical care
,..... breathlessness, the symptomsmay spa
bu. under tnt firm lumo ot A
his the
Ouk Owe auger DlKount 1UOnlvtrllty W. newspaper column Is renamed -mendations for realigning convinced A'play''
have already
Avo., Oolnoivlllt/ Fll, .. Oolnoe. in January. He suspended party organization. Burch has
,"". Alechut' County Florldo Intend have heart disease
them that they EVERY-DAY PRICES
to minor Mid Colitis ,..... undor publication of this column called a Jan. 21-22 meeting of gallmin
Hit provOlonof' mo oforould' ItotutoOotrd Keyes said.
when he became the national committee In ChI-
ot Otliwwllie' Florid lull nth an announced -
f d.y of W.November L. OITTI", A. D.. 164. candidate for the GOP cago at which he plans to ask for Sometimes. patients don't understand Pot Roast lb. .39crBElFb.35c I ,

(mil 11,17. It. II' t2:J IIOTICI 0' IIIT'NTIOII TO II a vote of confidence I a doctor's language, fulG
LI AL NOTIce Fureuont to StctlMI 565.01 Florid.IMUIM I The newest demand for replacement -and this, too, contributes to LB.BARTON'S Car
Th. Unlvinlly of Florid will receiveoidi
for Nw lenorel elm If comnwdltlei 1 notice, Jean to hereby Incorporate slam Hut doing" theunderaigned of Burch came Tuesday imagined ailments. (By The Slab ((6 to 8 Ibs.) ** bac'
II Indlceted' .Mow, Interested bid- bu.l..... under the firm name of A defeated Cas
from Charles :
don may obtoln tormi. epeclflcetlonion4 New Store
Qulk love finer D. 1UO W. Unk "The mannerisms of the phy
Hw I Information by contKllna MMurxln.lnj ....,Iy. Golnowlllo, Fie. Oolnew' I liltAlochut I in his race for governor of fad" phyQ
Dlvlllon Rom 1M flgort listening,
County Florid Inltndi to r..l.U sician-prolonged
,H.II. Unlvtnlty. III Florida. Gelnnvllle, ? said llclltloul name under tht pro. Illinois. Percy, the 1960 GOP. have 2'/a Miles South of Newberry on State Hwy. 41
all a confounding -
lord ..,.. .1.1.... of Hit tforould Sletule convention chairman' al expressions, A.M. TO gua
M Miol *M .,1" bldi optn. DltMl II Gelneivllle, Florid, Ittll, Illtl platform and In the OPEN 7 8 P.M. DAILY
Tu.ld.y 10:00 bids' day of November. A. D., 1'''. I said "we must have a change In effect anxIous end ALL DAY SUNDAY Phone 472-248S bac
doNnPItN Monday. 1:MeMM 'upplln open omry I(3W )w.Hill"L.,CITIES N. Mi 11,* command at the national level" patient only serve to tell leg
Nudoonle Initrumentt "10:N Bo- onl\
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II I Gators Top VMI, 68-59

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r By JOE HALBCRSTEIN three. It was M-34 with four

Sun Sports Editor Baxley minutes to go when a rebound
a I Florida bad to scramble for I' Henderson Get by Ramsey and fret
I a 61-59 opening-game basketball throw by Tomlinson eased the

win over Virginia Military 17 Points pressure'
I Each in
Institute,Wednesday night I la Behind Baxley and Hender
igcl Thunday, Dec.mb.7 3, 1964 what could be termed a typi- son, Tomlinson tossed In 13
aditiate cal first contest A crowd of points while Ramsey added

ea .. 3.SOO saw the battle at Florida The Gators built a JS-27 halt the Galore stretch out to a n I eight and led rebounding with
df ,. Gym. toe lead after Jumping off to a tight.point intermission margin. as many Gary Keller far off
Both teams showed ragged .M bulge In the first 80 sec In the second half however,. form and obviously nervous,
larf j floor play In the oft times 'onds. But the Keydets, unusually VMI was a hustling ball-hawk. managed a lone free throw.

edf UF TermedIn wild melee and as expected, I fast and maneuverable on lost, ilick shooting crew tha Schmaus led VMI with 14 e
the Gators' sophomores had 1 the floor began to harass the 1 occasionally befuddled Fieri d aIs while Kruszewski had 13 and ,
of their share of Jitters. I Galore and disrupted Florida's UF coach Norman Sloan John Prosser 10.Stetsoa. !
.ereital VMI never led, although the I pattern play consistently the remainder kept a continual stream of sub Next 1
Ktydets tied twice in the last I of the night. going In and out trying to find The Gators will meet Stetson I aII -
7gr half at 44-44 and 4S-aU. The his best combination.
on Saturday night In
'Worst9Condition The Caters worked to a t-2
steady work of veteran guards I Breaks Tie
their next VMI
]lead In the first four minutes game. p lays I
Tom Baxley and Brooks Hen- : With the knotted Mill
I before Jeff Gausepohl Charlie game Florida State at Tallahassee tonight I
derson kept Florida in command .4!chmaus and Joe Krusewskled Baxley popped a one-hand .
I a VMI comeback. er and Skip Higley hit a free Florida's fresh topped Lake
Baxley and Henderson hit 17 throw and a layup on a neat City Junior College 71-57 as
'I points each to top all scoring. VMI sliced Florida's margin feed from Baxley Allen Treece hit 22 points and ;
The pair produced baskets and I 0 as little as three points at This made it it 46 with Mike Rollyson added IS.
rco free throws at critical points In 1:1 10 and was four back at 7:Si to go.'I'hereafter.
the latter stages of the game 24 20 when baskets by soph Florida slowed It FLORIDA (..t 1H ft ft .., ft tfTunlMMfl
5| 4 f ||
Forced to lighten the practice present a formidable defensive II III to forestall any VMI hopes of enter Jeff Ramsey and senior down and caution paid off as K.l.r ,.M. M 4 t I /
load Wednesday due to I front. victory. f orward Dick TomlInson helpedand flit could get! no closer than i.e.0v7...., 141 4-1 o5 I. S a 17 tHottmm
numerous injuries Florida Oddly both Kentucky and H"rd.nM IN r I 1 :a itMeer" ,
er ,
.. i
coach Ray Graves said today Mississippi State hit the Ben- High'' 0 41 3.1 '.1 I 1 e
or his Gators are in "the worst gals with 70 yard touchdown ,.... 99-IS 41 16U 51 I.1 .1
shape of the season" for the runs on first plays from scrim- Soph Ramsey's Blocking VMI ml P. '1' ... 'I' ,.
Oww '''.H. 1 .
windup game Saturday night mage. Both the 'Cats and Bulldogs kM.w 7. .e 7 1 11
against LSU at Baton Rouge. also lost the game. "- ..e5515 ,
u'u..wlk1' 41 ..e a a las..r Two for Gators
At least seven or eight UF From Baton Rouge the report Gator CoachBy "' ...5 M I a 11
players are either out of the Is that LSU coach Charles Meciendon Impresses ca......... ...1 Is 5 5
game or will be limited to In concerned over lack Caul,. .l.e ..e e e Tom Ilaxley ((22) twInU his way under basket
5c| minor duty against the power of work. The Tigers have not MS N1SSEN did a good Job blocking the defense A.T..S 5..751411' e It. I'. It. for a layup shot that clicks an Florida topped VMI
were real good. We .
11I'-1' 6" 9. \\ednwday night In
ful Tigers. played since Nov. 21, "Our timing 00ew Its basketball! opener.
Assistant Sports EdItor ball Sloan said. "And M'regoina had planned to go into a lOne II IIIt
Graves said linebackers Jack is off," McClendon VIOl U b.N (Sun photo by Tommy I.ewir).
Card and Ron Pursell, half way The long arm of Jeff Ram- to have to get the ball some, but our man to mini omd.55Lw Idle .* thwtIf L....

back Don Knapp end Charles said.McClendon also said any sey was Just where it should Into him more from now on." was working, so we stuck with ( MOW Holly.47II .*. ..,.11. v_ -
have been last night at Florida Sloan also showed confidence MIIKr .1.11. lutlOlnnll. ."," Me.
Casey and tackle'Dennis Murphy team that can score 30 points ifTtien Lt-41 5"50,4 .U, t9SIM.
r are sidelined by injuries against Mississippi as Floridadid Gym according to Gate in Ramsey's 6-9 sophomore McPherson wrapped It ,sites.4, I', 11-71,,1-1.i Ittptwit, t-l-Ii ,.ntklni" ,
11Pe51 Quarterback Steve Spurrier, has the potential to explode basketball coach Norman Sloan. running mate Cary Keller up: "We wanted to run more, UII' city.II.ck9rs.. 7.14. else
guard Bill Richbourg and half anytime. Sloan. who experienced a case of but you can't run without the tor Hell...4Ji... H K1"..l Will,M..e1 I .iimnwi'Ao.Is,. ..4q I."!
I back Alan Poe are slowed by "We'd better be ready" Me- Sloan's face Illuminated 1 opening night jitters. ball" I Hvnri IMF. t-Mi -_, 145 ".'1'" U
I leg ailments and likely will see'Clendon said "and I mean pleasure as he talked of Ramsey "Keller was a little. nervous 1 r" TAAKA
only limited service. ready from the start." smashing the ball away out there tonight, Sloan salt,'
The Gators had a hard session from the basket in a top defensive "but he's going to be a fine
slated Wednesday but went LSU Is a solid touchcWn performance a g a I a s I ban player He'll show people
Into sweat clothes as Graves favorite to win and end its sea Virginia Military. soon that he's a great offensive VODKA
feared any more contact work son with an 8-1-1 mark. The Seven blocked shot by the board man." I j

might send more players to the:Tigers are to meet Syracuse in (-10%, 240 pound sophomore I Sloan was impressed by another -, y.
sidelines. the Sugar Bowl game on Jan. played a big role in the Ga- sophomore who was In
Florida has stressed offenseall 1. Florida takes a 1-3 record ore' M-59 victory over last the thick of things all night
week as the Tigers always into the game. champions. long. Guard Skip 'Higley put II I II Iq

I VMI had three starters back on a ball-hawking exhibition IS
Biebel Hits from the 196344 team that de- he proved a competent bac .' I
rested nationally ranked Davidson court substitute for standouts k
to win the Southern Brooks Henderson and Tom

crown. Baxley.
"Ramsey had a lot of poise "We beat a better club than I

most t of us thought we wouldbe
687 SeriesBarry Cage Scores facing," Sloan concluded. JIiJI4J'fj

VMI Coach Gary McPherson
91.5.COlL.... _.. was pleased with his team's deensiveperformance ,;
I -- --
.... W. VMI rTs.we I
i Biebel turned In one of the 277 tope. Paul Good GoM 17, IIk_ M and
the finest scores of the season Coast Restaurant,had I 591 and tVTKtnt m. AnwrtaM-u. a thought Florida tower In I I
in the Commercial League with! Darrell Rohn Edwards hit 144. .TlnotM. 74M frontline was the difference I In
> .
lit P utt n 7'
a blazing 67 series. He rolled Johnson It Fans rolled 2972 0911 T>, c...... ntill. the game. I
games of 279 212.1M In the on WT7 945-1J40( with the latter Tae H.",,,,.,71.15L 0.0.A.W9Wd.......M II 'We' threw the ball away too )
fine session at Palm Lanes. game best 10..,,_ 720 Ps II... many times 17 to be exactto -!
His 279 was high. I Nita Thomas, Combined Insurance 0.7.It. e.519nr.....91. JeP 110 50.51p 0.501,1' SI MsISI win" McPherson said. "But, i .

J( Chuck Morris had a 603 on had a 458 In the Pin- N...-,. IM 91.. wit Pn.50Ma.. M001d., M 91Ka.s of course their height was the
I 15721V233 Wendell Lock!ear topplers loop. Jackie Clemens, D....." mwiuOhK .N. CrM.niM nnM reason for a lot of H.I authentic thins for the CIt'"I: I
had a 243 single game. National Sewing Machine rolled .t..., M, imit, DMull M was disappointed In our .
/; Womble's Standard OU had a114(1.953KP2 450 and Lucille Fussell Mary 1 Art Teen_TM$7...11 No.. McMurrw 5Js..eSY It(t offense, but our speed and '
.. .. The 0. Q. label I Is sewn only In shirts/ that 'I h
( -311)series with Carter Paints bad 445. Fred,
i contain all the eiiiyiflal features of authentic
the 1140 best gnme. B i 8 Mo Mason's had a 2367 series and a
1 a tradition; Every D. Q. shirt/ Is meticulously i
; ton tad 1077 effort. 792 high garni.: Splits tle"e
11 Whitey Seifert of Manor Mold made by Corr'e' Hayes Combined Jlt- tailored by Manhattan with single-needle' 'I
..1t rol'ed! 607 of 277.13t-191Wllh Insurance, J-7-10; Margaret sleeving M" Hitching the tight roll to the

t, Scott, Alachua Fog Service M- ... AII...7A4.rf collar and all/ the feature Instantly' recog- 59
10; Jo Butler A W Root Beer nixed by men who will not compromise the
; Stetson Wins %.10; and Peggy Hears Alachua correct look. We're proud to offer D. Q. ((

DELANO" (AP-The Stetson Fog Service, 457. ,RI dress shirts In lOOVt colic* oxford cloth, 41' ,
:! Hatters took advantage of free Ann Regnier of Parklane led A white, color and'1IIp...
throws and kept control of the the Northwest Trailer Sales loop 5'5
ball Wednesday night to down with a 168-142-160 470. Betty
,I Presbyterian S4-M in basketball Jean Arnette, Wolfe Jr., had 430
1 It was Stetson's defensive and Lucy Hodges, Wolfe Jr., 414 w.yl BOSTONIANFLEXOMOCS
\! game that saved the day when A 171 by Mrs. Hodges was high rMcJ6v'

the offense bogged down. In the game. -
} second half the Hatters pickedup Bernice Carter made the S-10; : .
27 points In 34 free throws to split and Alice Miller >>10. I I" ,.,
take a lead Presbyterian could- Wolfe Jr. had an 1130 aeries and o. ,

,\ n't touch. a 425 top game. I I I 1 FOR FOOT-fUG DING FIT i I

Lake Butler Set 1 1

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Lake Butler expected to be Webch and John Willis guards I
in the thick of the fight for Bill Boas and Wayne Rick and lobefokiuroARNOLD I
THE took for **
top spot in the Area, opens Its center Carl Johnson. '
basketball season Friday night Coach John Raper will have

at home against Greenville.The one of his shortest teams In WlN

Tigers may be without years, with no player taller i

the services of ace guard Jim- than -14i.. PALMER

my Thomas and veteran M Also playing opening games '

forward Larry Clyatt for the this weekend are Melrose\ Ce- with VYOrOH* Polyester Fiber... fr 1
dar Key and Newberry. The
opener.Thomas Is still hospitalized Sharks, wlnningest team In designed! by the world's most famous golfer '15"
the Area ins season, battle
with a nervous condition, and Cedar Bight WM tfote the wtfe aMft .....
Ben at Key Friday
Clyatt was Just released froma ....... stir. fit feel let l. a the comfort .f this ctaasle
All SAMfTtAU IT' rw'll enjoy
honpital Wednesday where he clay u '.....,.,.........1
had been treated for a football wt. Pde.k..m. J.w ,..,....., authentic moecasla. Jt', lighter softer MIXESEASY
injury. -A W) -e'm bs -. nor flexible baa a genuine handaewn :

Neither has practiced a day Me I.. Pd... 1195 ...., eM5 Arnold ..... *|KMMk front team, and specially moulded at the
c.c ttyMwlwtf ftMdna ttouUtr*MST *-*. :
and both are doubtful participants !,'T_ V. L. M1 w .. b1 ... *........'. enNW keel to give you foot-hagrlna fit Crafted .
against Greenville. 11. "_ t 10.0 ....1. -C.44***.Mta itctt..m.WM over Ute combination STAG Last, tootJfire's
Rusty Wade a 6-3 transfer = C"a I ems I 099 (t,.....,wMtaMe errs.Mtre a slip-on that stays oar You'll! love
center M forward Terry Par' ... 75.9W WIIM ttcwt d at HX Vjwwg*HrMM
stab end guard Bob Lyons an L"1155 -..511N5el9 .. .. _Jar ........%eases........ '.rrt, for loafun I IOr JUST ADDPEOPLE11
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the other three starters. If Tbrfmss ;--- ...... I
and Clyatt are out they: JSi ENFRIDAYNIGHTTIL9
will be replaced by toward -
Joe Harrison and guard Danny:-- 55.5-

Thomas Jimmy's sophomoit' *5 a7...a1.-KNSSK. .. 7 .a95 Silr wlllllH. SiMiwnI

brother. Po_ L-City tt,.'M C*.'11&, N*. .'--,I.a,
Gainesville will taste Us first _M Laos _
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Broadwell of Cannon, For Rainbow Bowl GameQuarterback

I Insurance paced the Industrial'

League at Palm Lanes Wednesday Mitchell, Bands from Williston, Oviedo both teams and most valuable
night with a 612 series. He Dunnellon will be on back and .lineman for both
an All-Area second team selection and host
Centers Stand had a 238 best game. and clubs.
sidelines hand to provide pregame
will be on the annual
third contest
Merrill Parker, Cannon's, The U
Friday night when 0 n
had a 561 and Harvey Thomas, Ovledo in the Rainbow game starts at 8 pm, sponsored by the Dunne Ho 1 a
Tall in AreaA plays < Club. In the two
Pepper Printing, 558. Thomas Bowl in Dunnellon. with a dinner for visiting news- Pigskin previous
had a 235' single. Whitey Sei-- a and radio representatives games, Orange Park edg.
s fert, Gainesville Sun, had a 231Cannon' The Woot-J, 18 -pound Jun- paper slated for 6 o'clock.In ed Lake Butler, 14-13, and Dun.
rolled a 3059 series or who sparkles both as I game ceremonies nellon tripped Crystal River,
pair of centers stand tall this week as basketball bounces and Pepper Printing had 3032' passer and runner, had a knee post awards will be given to 10-7.
Into the Area.Trenton's with a 1083 best game. Bill operation last week that def special
Holton Browning and Cross City's Bobby Dcdd Sanders, Gainesville Shopping Inltely will keep him out of ac

were the Individual stars on Tuesday night's five-game Center, made the 4-3-7 split. : tion.Halfback
card. Edna Jones, a substitute, topped Bobo Griffith will Falcons Sport
Browning pumped In 21 points In Trenton's low-scoring win the University City Worn-' move Into the signal calling
over Bronson, and Dodd found the range for 22 as Cross ens' League with a 560 spot In a backfield shake up.
City whipped Live Oak.They're She rolled games of lerles'l Fullback Robert Head will take Hard RunnersWest
Yvonne Griffith's halfback spot, and
Sop e r Philpott'aSporting
two players who should be heard from consistently
Meeks will take over at
Goods, had a 546; Wayne
throughout the roundball season. Bette Sprow, Coca-Cola, 541; fullback. Mike Mikels will re- Palm Beach Forest Hill Gainesville. It Is not known
Browning, I ragged performer, fired the ball at a rate Gwen Dulaney, Cold Coast ,, :.Mw main at his halfback spot. I of hard-run yet if the thumb is broken.
will a
of 21 points per game last season to lead all Area scorers, Restaurant, 532; Toby Rutledge, Y Doug Mitchell's cousin, end bring backs to Ocala Friday The game will not be broad.
while Dodd was I double figure man for the Bears. a sub, 531; Liz Elleman, First Bruce Mitchell, has been both- ning to battle Gainesville Highin cast on radio.
Balance was the key as Santa Fe and P.K. Yonge opened Federal, 511; and Joyce Ward, 1t, ered by an arm injury and night Sunshine BowL
with lopsided wins and put In bids for sleeper roles. Brown's, 513. 9 also Is a doubtful participant.
All five starters scored In double figures for the Rebels, Mrs. Rutledge had 213 high Bruce was Doug's favorite Forest Hill had five players MarylandGains
with two bitting U points and three adding 11 each. This game and Mrs. Dulaney a 212. paw receiver during the season with more than 372 yards rushing
is a team that lost its entire starting quintet of a year ago Philpott's rolled a $93 .1012-960 s clicking for big gains on going into its season finale
graduation. -2935 with the 1012 best. Splits numerous occasions. with Palm Beach High. Win
PKY had four men with more than 10 points as It opened were made by Mrs. Ellem a n, Williston will put Its 0-2-2
with an Impressive 76-30 win over Williston.Predicting 4-10; Mrs. Rutledge, +8; Anne record on the line against Ovle- Fullback Steve Knapp,was a By TED MEIER

Time Marchak, Rutherfords, 6-7; Dot Admire Catch do's fine 9-1 mark. bruising the 8-2,195 rush pounder parade, with Associated Press Sports Writer
Bird, First leading All-America Bill
Federal, 5810 Bradley of
; Ray Newman and Karen Lewis "oohed and Huge Line 445 yards on 93 carries for a
Shirley SUger, Manor Restaurant Princeton and Dave Bmg of Syr
i Most of the other Area teams get In action this weekend, 5-7 and 5-10; Lois Hall, aahed" at the catch made by their fishing dads Oviedo sports a huge line that 4.7 yard average. anise displayed their basket.
so let's try our hand at predictions. Manor Restaurant, 5-7; Betty recently at Turtle, Creek Bay The redfiah scaled averages 203 pounds per man: He was followed by quarter- ball finesse to the nth degree,
Friday-Santa Fe 58, Lake City 55j; Bronson 49, Melrose Olson, Manor Restaurant, M; up to five pound (See fishing page) and a iwlft backfield., back Ricky Rhodes, who also but the headlines went to Mary.
40; Lake Butler 66, Greenville 53; and Cedar Key 59, Bell 47. Sally Llndbloom, Butler's 5-7; stands ..2 and weighs 195, with land' Neil Brayton.
ti Saturday-Gainesville 17, Choctawhatchee 64; Trenton 63, and Jo Ann Block, Edwards, 57. 408 yards on 72 runs and 5.7
Lake Butler 61; Cross City 71, Williston M; and Chlefland Mrs. Elleman was high In Coral Gables Takes Win yards average. Brayton flipped In a 40-foot,
one-hand push ahot with
49, Newberry 42. Ella's Ceramics loop with a 540 just
I Lake Butler, expected to battle Trenton for the Area's on 188- 194-158. Lea Temple had Jim McCray also had more four seconds left on the clock to
I top spot, swings Into action Friday night against Greenville. 508 and Shirley Hester 507. The Streak (19) into than 400 yards with 405 on 62 give the Terps a 72-71 victory
I The Tigers may be without the services of All-Area guard! ,94 was best game. Playoff carries and a 6.5 average. Next over Penn State., It was the
Jimmy Thomas and 6-2 senior forward Larry Clyatt. Thomas Brushes had a 1838 series came Bob Bridges with 379 highlight of Wednesday nlght'i
currently Is In the hospital and Clyatt Is ailing. yards on 68 carries and a 6.4 action on collegiate hardwoods.
and a 638 top effort Splits were By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS favorites to capture a second on its size and strength to builda
I'm sticking with Lake Butler over Greenville, but I don'tthink made by Dot Fackender, 5-8-10; The quick-striking Coral Gables straight football championship, 7-1 record. average, and Fred Jaudon with: Maryland led by 7047 with 29
it will be able to handle Trenton. At least not with and Dot Perkins, 510. Cavaliers will be strong In regional playoffs starting Fri- Colonial was "really hurt," 372 yards on 54 runs for a 18 seconds left, but Carver Clin
Thomas and Clyatt questionable. And It's Trenton's home day nightCoral coach Red Kite said, when Its average. ton's basket and two free throws

Change> Coming Gables, sparked by 6- ace halfback, Donnle Harrelson, Another top runner, who by Ray Saunders put the Nilla-
game.Without TurnerCedar feet-I, 145 pound quarterback was declared Ineligible for the sparkled against Palm Beach, ny Lions ahead with 11 secondsto
Williston dropped a lopsided 76-30 game to P. K. Yonge Larry Rentz takes a playoffs because of a residence Is 197-pound fullback Wayne go. Then came Prsv"
last Tuesday night, but Red Devil fans 19-game
can expect thingsto technicality.The game-winning onehander'from
Key will see its first action of the season Friday change after Friday nIght. winning streak, including a perfect Owen. The state high school
night without the familiar face of guard Ricky Turner. The That's when the Williston football team meets Oviedo In the 1M( record for 1964, Into its other look semifinal alike teams.Coaches gamematches shot put champion bulled for I near midcourtBradley
left-handed All-Area ace was graduated last season and cur. Rainbow Bowl. The Florida High School Activities Association seminflnal game with Orlando 57 yards on seven carries and paced Princeton's Ivy
of Lee
Virgil Dingman
rently is playing at York (Neb.) Junior College. forbids football players to participate In basketball un- Colonial at-the Orange Bowl.In and Earl Brown of Clearwater' scored the lone touchdown for League champs to an 13-71\
Coach Ron Brummitt reports Turner started the first two til the grid season Is completed.It the other semifinal Jack both teach conservative the Falcons against I Palm triumph over Lafayette with 29
games for York and scored In double figures each time. 'Just so happens that 11 members of the 12-man cage sonville Lee plays at Cltarwa- football, stressing defense. type Beach. points, He got 10 of them In the
ealnesville will take the floor with one of its shortest ter.' The two winners meet for last five minutes after the Leop
squad also play football. So, guard Truby English was the The Generals ((7-1-1)) shut out Rhodes Injured a thumb In
teams in years against Choctawhatchee Saturday night. only varsity eager en the Williston quintet against PKY. the title next week at a site not five of nine opponents and yield. the Palm Beach game and Is ards rallied to within one pointat
Starting center Carl Johnson and Ills replacement, Tommy English. was tie game's top scorer with II points. yet determined.With ed less than six points a game.,a doubtful participant against 68-67.
Parker, scale only 1-1% each. Coach Sammy Miller lists his top players, In addition to Rents and an assortment The Tornadoes ((8-1-1)) blanked I Bing tossed in 20 points and
The height situation was so bad that Coach John Raper English, as current footballers Bobo Griffith, Robert Head, of good pass receivers, Coral four of 10 teams while surrendering Beaver Lanier and halfback handed out 11 assists in leadingthe
had to switch Johnson from the guard position he played Ronnie Stevens, Bruce Mitchell and Benny Standridge.The Gables showed ability to strike less than seven points a Terry Eagerton, scored 123. seventh-ranked Syracuse
last season to the pivot. Red Devils were dealt a severe blow last week when from anywhere on the field game. The state playoff system was team to an easy 127-67 triumphover
But Raper has two top performers in forward Boyd Welsch, star athlete Doug Mitchell had a knee operation. The 6-foot-2, while bowling over all Clearwater, with an option- Inaugurated this year in the American U.
a 'Jumping-jack, 6-footer, and 6-1 guard Bill Boaz. Both started 183-pound junior was the star quarterback on the grid team tion In the Region 4 Opposl'l running quarterback, Barry Lyons Class A division. Kansas State, No. 8, the only
last year and picked up steam as the season progressed. and was expected to be one of the top cagers. He'll miss The Cavaliers go up and a strong fullback, Bill Lake City ((80-2)) plays Venice other team in the pre-season
But height Isn't always the secret Don't forget, Pensacola the Rainbow Bowl and also the entire basketball season. a power-conscious Orlando team McBride, scored more often, (8-2)) and Wildwood (10-0)) at Associated Press Top Ten to
High player won taller the state than 62.Class AA championship last year withno But Miller has hope that Mitchell will be back for all sports which basically used only 16 piling up 191 points. Lee, with Hollywood Chaminade (7-2)); In play, whipped Creighton 9082behind
next year. men and relied almost strictly, sn attack led by quarterback the Class A semifinals./ Jeff_Simons' 22 points._
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Thursday, December 3. 1964 Golneivnie/ Sun .

\ Butkus To Sign'.ears' To Rolin's Orlando Goes 'UF/ QUARTERBACK NAMED

eh ContractByftKE / For Match Spurrier Leads Soph Team

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! I local volleyball champion, By KELSO STURGEON from Fayettevllle, Tenn., to n. Thomas, Ky., while Kelley The guard spots went to two
II RATHET the revelation] that Denver had lection of the Bears while the sill play the SemInoles from I Associated Press Sports Writer take up the slack that will be la from Cullman, Ala. real outstanding prospects-Jim
- Associated Press Sports Writer traded Its rights to the standout Broncos, who had traded awa\ Vllaml the at Orlando this weekend II ATLANTA (AP-Steve Spur-' left by the graduation of All- The ends on this year's team Fuller of Alabama and John
n state tournament The
51. Dick Butkus, one of the prime Illinois linebacker I their No. 1 pick In the Art natch Is at I : Friday It rler, Florida's sparkplug quan.1 America guard Steve DeLong. are Mississippi's Rocky Fleming Demarle of Louisiana State.
'tor targets In the multi mAlion dollar At his home In Champaign, draft, made him their first pickon Javls Armory. pm. erback, and Joe Tennessee and Alabama were C-l, 200, of Laurel, Miss., Fuller, M, 210, Is from Cull-
pro football war, will sign 111, Butkus told The Associated the second round. I looks to be another In a long the only schools In the conference and Tulane' Lanls O'Steen, W, man, Ala., while Demarle, t-2,
with the Chicago Bears today Press: I The Oilers, signing their No. 1 Rohn's team Is composed of line of fine Tennessee linemen, placing two players on the 182, of Jacksonville, Fla. Both 222, calls Lake Charles La.,
and end several days of IntrigueIn "Yes' I definitely have, draft choice for the fifth time In LIz Elleman, manager; Shirley I top this season's All-Southeast sophomore team selected by The boys were starters. home.
which six the NFL's Hester, Patty Sch 11I11, ern Conference sophomore football Teaming with Graham at
the New York Jets decided to play for the Chicago years, whipped Associated Press' regional All- up
tried to lure him into the rival will Green Bay Packers for Elkins' Gwen Dulaney, Barbara team. America board Others havingone the tackle spot Is George Patton The center, also a starter at
Bears and
American League on a lateral with them."definitely sign services while reuniting last Holmes, Skip Dinter, Gerry Spurrier, who earned the starlug were Mississippi, Tulane, Georgia, a M, 210-pound I Tennessee, Is Tom Fisher, a <-!,
from Denver. year's sensational Don Trull to Guenther, Anne Marchak, Jo- spot In the Gator backfield Georgia, Louisiana State, Florida competitor from Tuscumbla, 213-pounder from Brooksvllle,

While the National Leaguewon In Denver, Broncos PresidentCal Elkins' passing combination. Ann Block and Charlotte Smy- during the second game of the Kentucky and Mississippi Ala. __ __ Fla. .
, Kunz said Butkus wanted to f-foot-J 193- .n -- -- -- -
the struggle for Butkus' Trull, now a rookie with the sor.The season, Is a rugged State.
I services, the American League play In) a big city "so Denver Oilers, was the Baylor quarterback team was 9-0 In local oounder from Johnson City.
pulled even In signing competitive : gave its rights to him to the In 1963. Besides Trull there competition and topped Jones- Tenn;:: who does everything Ranking right behind Graham
\11 first round draft choices New York Jets. I cant say any were other lures for Elkins. According -ohnson, 10-15, 18-14, 15-12 in well.Coach and Spurrlwr In the voting was DRIVE-IN GROCERY
thing right now about our deal ts match this week. of Tennessee little Marcus Rhwlen, a speedy
when the Houston Oilers signed to the Houston Post, he Thompson Doug Dickey
State halfback who
.Id.ter. the league's No. 1 selection- with New York. signed a contract calling for a Refrigeration downed Kirk says he Is counting on Gra Mississippi
dreaded the \ already J.
Baylor pass-catching whiz Lar- Butkus disclaimed any $35,000 bonus and three years at Patrick & Pierson 15-11. 15-9 ham2., :i8.pound tackle because of his opposition ability to MANAGER
I,ry Elkins. knowledge of the transaction $30.000 a year a $125,000 in another match.
break for the long gain.
Butkus' decision to Join the "I really don't know anything package. I II Ronnie Hall had 14 points for Graves Named away
... Jones Johnson and Patty I Rhoden, who carries but 160 WANTED
Bears a major score for the about that, he said. "I have I Elkins' signing gave the Art.a
National League In the battle not talked with anyone from the 2-2 split with the NFL in the Schenll 12 for Rohn's. Ann Tu- South Coach I pounds on a 8-9 frame, halls
for big names-came almost Jets." :signing of players both leagues ten tallied eight for Thomp from Macclenny Fla, the same Male, 25 to SO for manager trainee/ positions with
simultaneously Wednesday with Butkus was a first-round se drafted on the first round. .. son's and Jackie Dicks had five MIAMI (AP-Ray) Graves of town which produced Larry Du- Jeckson's Mlnit Markets fold vacation and ether
for K & P. the University of Florida and pree for Florida. Rhoden has, fringe benefits when qualified.' / ,,.fer,0le4 men,
A meeting to organl/ej wom Wayne Hardin of Navy will been clocked In the 100-yard full time employment only for
en's basketball Is set at 7:30 coach the Dixie players In theNort dash In IS seconds experienced aislitant manager 59.00 a week
of Houston Owner Vetoes Deal Thursday Pec. 17, at the Recreation -South Shrine game Christmas Rounding out the sophomore and for experienced managers $125.00 per week

. Center. Day In the Orange Bowl. backfield are !Mike McGraw, a
.Apply In to Mr. Blundelt
, Final women's: standings: Their opponents will be coached 5-11, 191-pound Kentucky fullback Jocho person,,', Minit Market,
et.e, tohn'i, 9-0!; Jones Johnson, by Ara Parseghian of Notre and Leslie Kelley, i ItOSpound 1234 N.W. 16th Ave,Gainesville
ry For Dodgers' Frank Howard 13; Thompson's, 4-5; Kirk-(Dame and Paul Dietzel of Army fullback from Ala-
Patrick ft Pierson 1-1 bama. !McCriw's hometown Is'' .
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ot, By ClULESfADER! The minor leagues approved al would Involve college player .
lIst Associated Press Sports Writer pro-football-type draft of high and high school graduates i not
, HOUSTON (AP) Outfielder school and college players at planning to attend college. The
tory Frank Howard of the Los Angeles -Wednesday's session of the third would probably be held In More the
' Dodgers was as good as winter baseball meetings. But August and would involve only on way
It', traded to Houston when the trade rumors were still the principal American Legion and sandlo
ds. principal owner of the Texas conversation pieces. players.

129lin. club stepped in and killed the It appeared then was still a Each major league club wouldbe '
deal, the Associated Press fair chance the Los Angeles An-' permitted to pick one playerat
IWS learned today. gels would trade pitcher Bo each draft. Selections wouldbe everyday !
wands. Houston General !Manager Belinsky to the Philadelphia; made In Inverse order of the
Paul Richards and Dodger General Phillies. But no one seemed to:clubs' standings.Should ''I
!Manager Buzzle Bavasl know which Philadelphia player
a player refuse to sign
om reached agreement on a trade or players might be Involved. with the club that drafted him,1
that would have brought How The proposed draft of players
he would become subject to selection -,
ard to Houston for thirdbaseman with no professional experiencewas again at a special draft Thanks for !
Bob and approved unanimously by waiting
Ivy Aspromonte pitcher session held prior to the next I
t 1.71 Ken Johnson, The AP was the minor leagues and was to be regular draft. He might then be
29 Wormed considered today In separate I
club other than the
picked by a
theslat But the Informant said Bob meetings of the American and,
that drafted him originally.
'oJ> Smith, chairman of the board of National leagues. It wad expected -one
directors of the Houston club, to win approval One object of the draft Is to Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets is about over-and we want to

vetoed the trade because he Under the plan, there would put a brake on high bonuses.
and didn't want to let Aspromontego. be three drafts each year. The I If adopted, the plan would thank you for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind at

!ring first two, In January and June, become effective In January. waited
use the wheel, you'll be glad you .

npbInly Pettit Back, NicklausPalmerDuo

I onto Hawks WinBy

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Bob Pettit's back in the St ,
f'I Louis Hawks' linemp arid don't! BOB MYERS partner, Howard Clark of New I M .

the Los Angeles Lakers know It.' Associated Press Sports Writer York, president of the International
- KAANAPALI, MAin Hawaii Golf Association.
Pettit who baa scored more
i: than man In National (AP) It was the defending I Nicklaus had an Individual 72.
5. points any with to Palmer were
; champion United States, Runners-up
Basketball Association history I Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick- Bruce Devlin, Australia, 19, and '1s CAmoltII".polcl Sporl Crepe
with stomach -
five a
missed games laus, against the world today at 70, Ted Makalena of Hawaii

muscle Hawks'tear but was Wednesday back with the start of the pres and Chefif Sayed of Egypt. Its the year's handsomest surprise, It's k>nr, riding. Everything about It smacks of eipentlveness
for the night against game Western Divi tige-packed Canada Cup goll The United States teem faces 65 Chevrolet. wider lower. Swankier, more spacious, ,mootherelcept Its Chevrolet price.
matches. stern opposition in Its quest fora
X sion-leading Los Angeles. Two-man teams representing seventh victory from such nations

His 23 points paced a 105,102 32 nations, plus twosomes from as Spain, South Africa '
victory which shaved the Lak.1 Hawaii and Puerto Rico, were Canada, Australia and New
set to tee off the lush Zealand, to list a few.
ers' margin to 2% games over i over green
= the Hawks. Elsewhere, Boston'acres of the Royal Kaanapall
\ ripped New York 11M1, Detroit Golf Course, one that measures Jo Butler ,
I!$ downed Cincinnati\ 12S-11J and 7,215 yards, with par 56-38-71: r
Baltimore whipped San Francis. There will be IS holes each Event WinnerJo i-! S

co 120114. day, concluding Sunday.
The Canada Cup, put Into play Butler won the Cox trophy
first -
Pettit, playing his game first In 1953 as an emblem of tourney I in It-hole women's golf
I In 10 days, sank: a basket and
International good will through,play1ast month at the Golf and
two foul shot in the last two the medium of golf, Is the big i Country Club. Comic Ruddermm ----si., .
Hawks held off I
minutes as the prize. It is determined by the
the Lakers. Elgin Baylor's 35 total scores of the two players. was runnerup. 'II CUNU, Slafa6r 'por' Caere
points led the losers and Richie I The companion award Is the I Ann Scrafford took consolation
Guerin hit 22 for St Louis. ,International Trophy which got honors and Martha Brews /65 sfffAlAAffA Fmh-mlnted styling. VS's available with up to etuy-to-handle size. After all, that' one of the
9 to the low medalist won the Beaten Eight division. WflGVGf 1(7 350 hp. A softer, quieter ride. But It's still aa things that make a Chevelle Chevelle.It' .

Palmer and Nkklaui the I
t First won I The IS. bole players win start
Baptist Canada Cup last year In Paris
Irit. round action today in the
and while Palmer has to .
-. yet Melton ?-
,: ? capture the International Tro-
Romps, 59- phy, he sounded a warning I Nine hole players tee off today .
Wednesday. In the First National Bank
Four games were played In Amle, with an abbreviated meet
.ii the Gainesville Recreation De- I version of his famed army at The Gator Sport Shop event

partment's Adult Flag Football his heels, broke the, course: I was won by Joanne Woodward ff
League record in the pro amateur with Joan Sloan runnerup. PaW

First Baptist, behind the prelude with a seveo-under-par Edelstebi was consolation winner -
of 31..u.a. and Mary Lou Hadley was
and passing
strong running Best-ban low-score honors, 12. victor to the Beaten Eight
} Gainesville Sun, 59-7, I
went to Palmer_ and.bit amateur play. .
McGriff ran for three touch -- '11 0 oo II Noes Sport Cft" ,
downs including a 40-yard pass

Interception, passed for five It', tlesn. uncluttered new Here's the liveliest, handsomest
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OOie Powell
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stifl. Also scoring III .a pass t FREE "
Interception was Hope. I
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Williams Thomas defeated
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CaliuivUl!* Sun Thursday, December 3, 1964ProblemNoNewnan's

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:; Five months ago It appeared that key people were making Shined Island Solunar

fin. progress on a .dam for Newnan's Lake. It looked M George Peacock, owner of SHIRED ISLAND FISH CAMP,
though both fishermen and property owners were going to sl atiii has live shrimp and rental boats for those who would like to Tables
benefit from control of the lake'i water level. County Engineer r get in on the good fishing between Shred Island and Horseshoe
Roy Miller, major lake property owner Horace Zetro- Beach. There' a beautiful overnight camping spot on Tho _. 01_101..... P.nUA,1odI JelinAldU II
uer, County Commissioner Edgar Johnson, and others had Shlred Island, becoming more and more popular as people Minted K.gftt'Mir.,h.OLUNA 1iU T iLII l lM P1Uwu
attended Alachua Association meeting E, '.v. fiwt yw will' M mMm
an County Sportsmen's
learn about It.
field snare la e.d tall'
In (.rIU1r N
on the project. Fifty thousand dollars had already appropriated Yankeetow du,," th ",..... I' V eI wl* .to...IMDMt ".
for the dam. On August 11, the Alachua County Sells Edwards reports thousands of trout on the Withla- tho Wt' line Mdl ear

Water Control and Recreation Authority held a special hear. I coochee: flats. Most of the trout were small He estimates fK.M h'P M.1er.. Th..,.,.,......M.. *ot/,."*J M,"Si *
log on placing the dam at Prairie Creek on Newnan Lake'i his party caught approximately 200 and kept only JO speckled MUA ..*. tail *>f ." .. south shore.It Flunk riiiH!| >t| or IwS Hour llwwIHf, Tho Mhwr. P.>,
trout Mown III ntulW ""' Sri SPREE!
was at a time of low, low water. The sailboat course Sun Om.l.oc Elilnr Lake NewaaaJohnny -U.. "of'or I...... st.nd tur.nwlMilt.."/_. .
was too shallow for aaUIn,. Cypress tree roots, formerly McGilvray of McGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP reports A.M.. MM,..M Mil. /New JoII"IO'outboards,'..hll,
Mil. ., ,
underwater, were exposed everywhere. It was not safe to bass and speckled perch catches for the following from Peal", I"Ii "'" a N 11,10 SCCISMIIM one< Mine it Wi*
| the world' 'lifliM/ %
got tests
drive due the mud banks In Rion bass to I pounds on plastic 1.'dIY asa '.It n
an outboard high speed to Gainesville: "Red" 10 1uM'u ':d S1r31 file ,TetiM.dw I cases|ilU!
shallow water! which had claimed lives before In boating ac. worms; Leon Terrell, S bass to 4 pounds In weight; Tom ':11 Ill III 1,101T.t
lations and only a small percentage of the hunters art "IS file, "'II h4IwdA dozens of Christmas
in Yt daup .
cidents. not Howard. 34 speckled perch; Ted Milliard, 21 perch / dUry .M 111* M Oral gifts
abiding by them. .
Since then, there has been high water. The dock at Mo Wildlife Wisdom Creates New Market for Chain Saws to 2'4 pounds; Mrs. James Adkins, Jr., and Mrs Phil T..nd't 1 :10Fishing 4." 1L.e : for under MO" *

Cilvray'i Fish Camp has been completely under water. His An Interesting deer-hunting phenomenon was' unfolded at Barton, 30 speckled perch.Lake Tides U
store has been flooded. Similar conditions existed around the Santa Fe
this week's meeting of the Alachua County Sportsmen's As- Earleton _.,.
lake. Logs and boards floated ,around the lake, a hazard to sociation. The Mrs. Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S CAMP, .1) 1t
sound of firing in the Lake Butler hunt area Is
I Beach, has telephoned speckled perch catches from Gainesville I''I'-HI" rt ..,1 m ** : e'r'
fishermen and boaters.
.1 sending the deer toward the logging camps, guided by the Lester Carter and B..7. Collins, 22, Joe and Gina P U'. Low of II:II.,1lI*.n..nI.1Llad i i"Igh I IIof.'I'HI ... 1
Fishermen and boatmen are not attracted! to the lake when sound of chain saws. One association member said lie was : ..... 11 .><"' .. .... ,
> m
from 0-.H : 1"1 .
Stokes at 141
Zii Low :
from Baldwin Herman ; .m
It Is to at times of extreme low or high Alphonso, 30i; : .rI3 K-: :
dangerous use going to take a gun In one hand and a chain saw in the sladaMIA >t IN >m w410J I ::
Jacksonville: Oscar and Bobby Perry, 28; from Hampton: Lee N .', .; til a m.
water. The answer? The Newnan Lake Daml What Is preventing .m.
other When any firing occurred, he would start up his ch.lnsaw Starke MM.-NINI M.q t.... .*. 4:13
its successful early completion The question was ask and wait for the of deer. Another member Lyn Hall and companion, 27 large perch; from : ,.'" LOW.f'II: .m. .K.. t II p.m. *
approach .. .
Harry and Philip Lyons, 23. Bass fisherman N. W. Bevllle ru..d.r-al.h tt t4 m and Ill
cd at the Alachua County Sportsmen's Association meeting this said he with chainsaw and. 10 .m.
( was going to cross his deer dog a .m Ln .1 It II .m.
of Ocala caught 7 bass to ''>1 pounds. Sam Watson, Earle M .m. and asa
week. It Is asked almost constantly by fishermen and others lnMiUy-HIN it t:
Then he would the deer both and ,
get going coming
who have watched a stalemate on progress for at least 10 December Archery Test ton Beach, landed an lift-pound bass on an artificial perch t.m Th.'lw....''rt-HH II:.M.I.m.4il7, dad....W.. M and pal.. 4:10 I
minnow.SPORTSMAN'S. .... II ...... ONOA5OATRIAL
Low d I 11
years. Need this city and this area wait another to The Gainesville Archery Club will hold an Invitational Field I .
enjoy safely, happily, and continuously this wonderful fishIng Meet on the Municipal Airport Range from 1:30 a.m. to 4 I 'L4111 KIT 1.91IXTII4 ...
and boating attraction? Need we undergo additional yearsof p.m., Sunday, December I. Participants will need to bring

miserable low and high water times through postpone along their own equIpment. Henry E. Smith, Gainesville GARCIA ABU-MATIC 136 KITS'LAlli.CART..... N.. e/
ment and neglect There's a solution for every problem- Archery Club Secretary and currently President of the Florida DIGESl J.9S COMPASS MARINO
let's solve this one, and soon I Archery Association, is In charge of arrangements. The &rP "Sit BOAT US
Florida's Large Gameflshlng Requires Special EquipmentThe public Is Invited as spectators or contestants. A BACKCAST- SHNCAST REEL WITH AUTOMATIC lOW LIGHT U'... CUSHIONS lOA"
salt water angler often needs pertinent Information before
Alachua County Came Management Areas US
he packs the family bus with rod, reel, creel, ,files, An effort Is being made to obtain as many as 150,000 BE DANGEROUSH SYNCHRO-DRAG. $17.95 Value "Sit lOA"LIGHT CORK TIIAT 4SItITIIiN .

plugs, hooks, and books on "how to" and heads for Florida's acres of Alachua County land for state-maintained game when purchased with any Rod 825 U. 4.00DIIINI
fabulous fishing grounds, and listed below are some Important management areas. The great bulk of Alachua County acreage H ( CORK
facts for the sportsman who prefers to go after the is in the hands of a few large landowners, and they ot our low prices . . HOLDIII U5 ,.. LlGHfllt.100

big ones. have been very cooperative in the past toward letting people (Good Thru U-9-C4)) isk about our convinlinl'
The three biggest salt water gameflsh In Florida waters are
fish on their property Maybe we'll soon have similarly hospitable LAY-A.WAY PLAN
the marlin, sailfish, and tarpon. For marlin, equipment and opportunities to hunt In our own County I
Information Include: hook lize-*-0-0-0; line 1J-30 thread; A Fishing "Hole In One" I SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON ALL ROD Open 8 A'M.; To 6 P.M

rod-medium to heavy, 9-14 oz.; tides-all tides, but late afternoon "Chuck" Jones, son of Louie Jones of Gainesville's First fir REEL COMBINATIONS.SMALL .
Is best; baIt-large strip cut bait; locations-edge of, National Bank, achieved a feat this past weekend more CROY'SAt&
and In Gulf Stream January to May best catching times, rare than a "hole-ln-one" !In golf. Fishing with his dad and DEPOSIT' WILL LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS
but can be caught all year. your columnist! at Turtle Creek Bay, he landed a solid three- CAST OPIN TIL t P.M.
For sailfish, the angler should use a 7-t-t-O hook 1-30 MAM/ A sACI sc-
; a
pound redfish
on spinning rod, reel, cork and line. His rilDAYSOUTDOORSWN lJv' r
eons LOOK** MRVr TO See HANK9NB >
thread; light to medium heavy rod, "S"14 oz.; all tides ::>.fi1\
achievement ,
was accomplishing this without any bait on his M MHINO,Oft WTTHIN 601 S. Mom St
j are (good fishing, with late afternoon again being best; strip hook! I PANGS Of A awas sea 9IDC- ...,, 1781591SALES
cut bait should be used; and the sail can be caught usually FISHING RESULTS CAST A fUON LURK OR BAITtO .- "
on the edge of the Gulf Stream: sometimes In the stream, HORSESHOE BEACH HOOK CAM cAme A fMHUJL.iNUuwvi end SERVICE

J and on outer reefs all year round, with January to May Mrs. H. A. Lawrence of LAWRENCE'S CAFE Horseshoe TO OR moos Tier WHO LOSS AM of BVBSUONT ACCIDBNTiy -- ? SHOP INC. JOHNSONSEAHORSE

again being best times. Beach, has written of some more outstanding catches this CNAOeCD, ALWAYS MBXTftEMeiy 1211 I. Univ.nar ,..". ITI-im
The thrashing, fighting, silver king tarpon, claimed by past week. From Newnan, Georgia D. B. Bennett and WHEN CAmrut. or cwtw DMT t* fclw Mwiiit
many anglers as the gamest fighter In the sea, demands a Gen. Carmichael, 150 trout, Horace Bugg and Glenn Cannon CONFINES Of SOOTS; KMT ANBLBW -
7-0-11-0 hook on a 9-30 thread and a rod of light to heavy 52 trout; from Waycross, Georgia Ike Hersey and SHOULD MASTm Tea OVCft-
size, usually' "'!" -It ot. The silver king can be hooked at Gunnell Clark, 100 trout, J. B. McQuaig and formic! Hurst, MAO CAt SMCKHAN0 CAS1V
low water or on rising tide, with night or early morning 71 trout; from Starke Kenneth Scarborough and "Chuck" AND woe c r 10 uea TUB JOHNSON If FARIS LAWN AND GARDEN HEADQUARTERS
fishing being beat. He isn't particular as to what he strikes, Schaeffer, 105 trout; from Atlanta, Georgia Loy W. Milam
going for live bait, strip cut bait, spoons, or plugs, and Is with guide Kermit Ellenberg, 80 trout; from Gainesville PLANT NOW FOR
usually found In cuts, inlets, bays, rips, Inside banks, trestles Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cook and Mr, and Mrs. H. S. Coleman,
and deep tideways Best fishing time for the tarpon 70 trout, Mr. E. E. Dunnavant and Clark Butler, 60 trout _
is between May and November. three days later Clark Butler and daughter Debbie, 65 trout Midget Loop
Another two species of game fish that are sought In Florida in VA hours on Mirrolures. Most of the catches with
waters are the Spanish mackerel and barracuda. The mack- live shrimp obtainable from LAWRENCE'S CAFE were and ED'S Season EndsThe [cRESWJ FL4V Rf91 JFRUi ]
oral Is
usually caught while trolling with a 4-0-7-0 hookon BAIT HOUSE.Ed ,
a 9-18 thread with
light-medium rod, about 6'9"-l, oz. The Butler of ED'S BAIT HOUSE has telephoned In the Midget League Football
mackerel Is nabbed on high Inside tides, and on any outside following fine results: From Newnan, Calhoun program, sponsored by the
J tide, and will grab at strip cut bait, spoons, squid, or and Jim Proctor with Guide Jerry Georgia..Ray Albritton 550 trout Gainesville Recreation Depart,I NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR FAVORITE FRUIT AND NUT

I. even' rag bait. Best hunting grounds for mackerel are usually in J days; from Cross Clty..Rer. James Butler and Rev. ment winds up today at 4:30: TREES New Shipments of Large, Bearing Sise'Trees Hare Just]
In Inner reefs, bays, Inlets, and beaches
along on Field No 1 at City Park
Levy 147 trout from ,
Barracuda, the silver-dart ; Waycrosi, Georgl..Dr. H. T. Arrived SEE & SELECT NOW _
Is gamester of the southern seas, Atkins, Arthur Doughty, Donald Morin, and Curtis Proveas City Park No. 2 will play
a for
prime target
sportsmen. This vicious
fighter demands 145 trout; from Lake Clty.Dr L. 0. Landrum the two
Sigma Nu City Park No. 2 is
a 4.lI-l.O hook with
a 9-24 thread line A little
daughters of Dr. McClain
and Dr. Landrum
and undefeated while Sigma NU"Ionly
light rod will suffice, weighing about 0-12 oz., and he Guide
Johnny Osteen 90 speckled trout. All the catches CITRUS
were loss was at the hand of
can caught on the Inside on low, rising tides, and on on live shrimp. I .
outside water on any tide. Like the mackerel, he'll slashat ; the same City Park team __
anything that looks like a good meal, so you can grab I --
him with live bait, cut bait, strip cuts, spoon squid, large A
chunks, or plugs. The southern fighter can be caught almost TREESin
anywhere In outside waters In the fall and winter months,
and Inside In bays In the summer.
Hunting Law Violations Lasses 5 gal. cans
Violations of the hunting laws in the northeast region durIng
the first eleven days of the 196445 hunting sexton have Ladies & Children's
been below the number encountered by wildlife officers for

the same period last year, according to Brantley Coodson, 3.95
regional manager for the Came and Fresh Water Fish Com- HOUSESLIPPERS .
mission. I

Wildlife officers have reported several cases of deer be Children's Sarsuma
ing divided in the forest without being properly marked, Orange
Qoodson said that deer may be divided In the forest or Many Colors fr Styles COWBOY e Valencia OrangeKUMQUATS
camp provided each portion is tagged with the license num Marsh Seedless Grapefruit]
ber of the person killing It and Is readily traceable to the 1.66 to 2.99 BOOTS Meyer Lemon
portion of the animal bearing the sex identification Several eCaldmondlnWITH
of the wildlife management areas require deer to be checked I '2.99 to '
at hunt headquarters before they are divided. Hunters
should $195
i' read the regulations for each area for this and other rules. I '6.99 FRUIT MOST OF THESE TREES
1 He warned that persons violating these laws are subject to I II4 in I gal. cans ALREADY HAVE FRUIT
prosecution. GROWING-
The most frequent violation encountered by wildlife officers
i to dale has been hunting without I
a proper license, and sec-
end is hunting with an unplugged shotgun. Goodson stated PECAN 1
mat most people have realized the need for hunting regu- I 04'Men's TREES

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Thundey, December. !,..1964 Gainesville) Sun .J

Out 'UF I4 TIN STUDIES State MilkRequirement



rhe Unlvetfy of Florida's Latin American studies grog Is Settled REVIEW V'Readers' _
Urged ira today vn a $550,000 grant from the Ford Foundation.

(The grant's one of 15 announced by Foundation officials. .
JACKSONVILLE (At) A :the Unlverfty will use the grant for training and researchin JACKSONVILLE (AP-A dispute -

proposal for taking Florid tropical apiculture and for faculty additions in the areas over Florida's strict milk Late MorningN.Y.

judges out of politic tas outlined of:political ajence, government, anthropology, .and social bacteria requirement has been

today. ; schnces. ,settled by agreement I
Under the plan schemed togo The funds sjio t will be used for fellowships and research In the midst of a hearing Request

before the 1965 Legislature, assistants' 1111 the development of research library holdings, challeaglng the state regulations AllisChal 20\ Int Nick 84

new Judges would be *lecte< publcationa qd cooperative Intra-university programs before a three-judge U.& Die TIM MUwUif ....".. ...,.tteo. irBgfWiSWsrR. Aicoa 62% Int Pap J3H
by a. special tommlss and University Ice President for Academic Affairs Robert B. trict Court, attorneys announcedthe

appointed by the 10 nor. Mauls said tie Foundation funds will allow professors from agreement Wednesday.When I STOCK LISTINGS ArnAh44 Jones&L 71

None would be elected. Latin Amerien countries to visit this campus and will put In writing, they said P1 re AmCan 43 KalsAl 30'i

They would go before tli people enable UF prfessors la go to areas they are studying they will ask dismissal of the... .WuIbem.Murphey .I. AmCyan U Loch'd 36H

only when their te ex- The grant 411 be administered by the Director of the Center lawsuit brought by Polar Ice AmMot 14% Lorillard 44..
Co. of
pired. Then the people Id for Latin,American Studies Dr. Lyle McAlister, and AT&T 67V MMM 56H
Provost for Afrlcultur Dr. E. T York.MALIGNANT. 'ensacola. ; STOCK EXCHANGE Comp. Vol. Close Changes
vote a nonpartisan gtfera AMERICAN STOCK
The big northwest Florida 114,100 Sperry Rand 1JH off % AmTob 35 Mohaw! 14'k
Abbott Lab ._ 2.40 134
election to them EXCHANGEAl'fCljet
or jest. milk distributor which Imports Allied Chem 1.10 12'-I 114.100 RCA JS'4 up 114109.SOO Ampx Cp 1JH Mona'to I4H
them. If the incumbent we rejected oi Gen _..?.._ 24' '
about JS million gallons of Com Sat Corp 49 off 1 "
a successor would Amerada I't _,_ 2.00 54 Analei Corp .. 25% Anaconda 54H Mont Wd 39H
through the tommi|appointed Ion milk a year, contended regulations Am Ele Pow U&b 4311IIAm.r :Aqua Chem., .................. 151.10 13,600 Chrysler M on bacteria were economic 11,300 Am T.III Tel (64 I Ito
Enkl __ 1.401 a% Aurora Plastics .__ 2I%' up Babcock 311.10 Nat DIRt 27
governor. uRemoved and not health measures. Amer Home 1.44a 13""% Barnes Engineer _. .,. 23 54 600 Gen Motors I4H up V. Beth Stl 3t'% N.Am Av 5m
The would mak I
governor po Since September, Florida ha I M.300 Wstnghse Elec 43'i 1
Amer M. Fdy .10 IS"Io Butler Shoe __.... up Boeing (7* Penney 116
pointments from a list mi fitted required a maximum of 200,000 Armco Stl __ 3.00 '4"10 ;Chroma toyCinerama .. ... IZ'j,1 35.3001 S Steel S2v up H Borden 7174' Pa RR 39N"
by a nominating CO"",41s- bacteria In a mililiter (about Tex Gulf Sul 2H. %
Atch UOa 33"10 up Bnirviwk IMi Pep Cola 6Ui
Topkl ....._._. ,. 4"
lion, Itself named half by he Fro L LBJ's Hand .06 of a cubic Inch) of raw mil Baxter Lab :18: 27'4 Computer &l ,. 211t 12,700 Control Data 4714 off 1\" CaterTr 4QH Phil Mor 76

Florida Bar and half by the vernor sent to a distributor. Beckman In 7014 Cutter Labs A _- ? 1/'. 31,300 Amer Photo 7V4 off \. Celanese T3"4 Phill Pet 34H
with the chief ju .of U S. Public Health Service 21,100 Pan Amer 30 up H im RCA 35%
Beech U S .. .1.10 1.1 Data[ Control ,_. .. SIN Chrysler
the Florida Supreme Court Residing W SHIN (AP) Surgeon would have to wear a dressing regulations, accepted by 37 Bristol My .10 624 Fulton Indi. __. I'. 21000 Amer Potash 34H up H CocaCola 137" Rep Stl 43H

and breaking any |tie remov a small growth on the back of his hand for I tales, permit up to twice that Brown Shot _. 3.40 107 Gen Develop _.._ 4 27,900! Hertz 33 off *. Com Ed S4t' Revlon 4m

vote. fro the right! and of President I time. many. Brunswick _. 11.Bucyres % Jax Minit Mkt I 20,000 Xerox Corp 97 U up 2% Con Edls I1H' Key Tob 4l",

Another part of the pm peal John n Coda The surgery was performed settled Under the the agreement which Erie _._ 41 Airlines MMMmmMackey ,...,..?>.,.. I'. AMER STK EXni Cont Can 5m' St.Reg P SOH'

would change tie method of removing Th oper.t was performed by naval CapL Gustave T, Anderson of dispute Commissioner Clmbell S 2.40 34% Mead Johnson ., 18'f1 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Dow Che 79H" Seaboard 411

judges I It th White ouae I chief of dermatology at will make Agriculture Doyle Conner. Carter Pdt 1.001 171.\ Pac NW Tel. .._.,_ 22't Volume Clone Change duPont 231H Sears 127

Instead o' Impeachmnit Pr identl press secretary I the Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital permanent a regulation "Case J I .__ IS'I\' Philips Elec ,....,,... ...., 4O'j 12.900 Kaltman 3% up H EAL 40'4 Sinclair 53'.
through the Legislature, a judge Ceor E. dy aid It was I and Peter Horvath, professor If permitting three warning Cessna Air 1.1I0 30'. Redwing Carriers 107. 36,100 Maisey-Ferg 28.% up Mi E. Kodak 1311 Socony I7H

could be removd upon reom- thick Inl the akin, caused of dermatology .t bacteria a producer ships milk with I Coca Ohio _, ,_ 4.00 711tColli Ric GrOUp ..._ mmu.iu--.iiL 2'. 23,100 Giant Yellow 13 off H Firestone 43H SouthnC UH

mendatlon of anther comnls- by 0 rex r. to the sun, and Georgetown University and count. between 200,000 S Can __ M% Sperry R. Wts ___ I'll 20,400 DeL Gash 224 up 1'. Fla Pl..!. IK) SperryR 134

sion to the Flejda Supreme "this a a vely minor thing" I The skin thickening was removed 400,000.Upon the third he I CBS ._._ I lOb 42"Comut iyntet M .lmi luiumu SO'. 11800 Webb Knapp U up k Ford 56H StBrand IISFrmst
Just before Johnson was warning Corp..._ 4. ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS: Da 13H' StO NJ I7H
Court. I R y Id that there WII "no will Tampa Flee 25'e
Basic outlines of the plan susp Ion o/mallgnancy./ :scheduled to leave for Georgetown suspended of his but if an In- Comb Eng __ 1.20 M''% Tech Measur _. ..,.,., 17 Purchases ..__ ..-?,- 404,0(3 Frept Sui 4$", Swift 5IHFruehTr "

were given at a press conference E sun:to the sun at times to speak and receive In pection methods equipment and and I Cone Mills .10 22 TWA WU _._. .30'4Valspar Short Sales ..,...,. .,.?.. 1,317 30'* Texaco lim
preceding Citizens Con Is c stet with causing akin honorary degree. A local anesthetic uncovers correctsthe Coot Airl __ __ .40 201j 7 Other Sales w_...,..._>. 412,138 Gen Dyn 3i't Thiokol 12H'
trouble he be
ference on Florist Judicial cane S. was used can reinstated Contrl Ins _.,..2.20 II" Total Sales .,...,__ 422,015 Gen F.I 114 U Carbld I27H
Reedy said the operation wa Contrl Data __ m. MUTUALFUNDS PREVIOUS DAY'S Gen Fda 13 Unit Alec 604
R said the
System, which open tonightRalph Y growth on This the second time Polar
performed in the President'sbedroom was Com Pdta .__,. 1.110 S71t Affiliated Fund __, 114 STOCK MARKET Gen Mills 48 Un Fruit 17H
1 Job n's hind hd been there
R. Quilllt of Holly 1 Ice Cream
state milk
for time and there and took between 20 fought Delia Air _.,.....110 II""% Capital Life t Gr '.19 Advances __ M2 Gen Mtrs MH US Steel 53'i
wood chairman committee e wan no
oPfie and 30 minutes.He regulations. Del Steel .10 13-. Divers Growth 1011 Declines -,-,----,-? ?,,. .. I" B34 Goodrich 514 Unlv Mat 134
Indi hid been
said the Flocb Bar had ion that It 11f' described the thickeningof In the previous case, Polar Emerson II 100 41' Dividend Shares ...,.,,... 3711 Unchanged ___..,.... 2M Goodyr 43% WeitgEl 44HGreyhnd

,approved the plan k principle era ed by handshaking during the skin as not unlike a warl won a U. S. Supreme Court de- Fair Camera .50. 28Fln.n'l Dreyfus ?.. ,. ,. ..,. ....... 2100 Total Issues _*.*.. 1,174 : 23H Winn Pix 39H

and the County ,idges and his falra pdItical cam- When he appeared at Georgetown piston outlawing the state's batIng Fed 3514Fat Fidelity Capit ___.,. 1137: New 196364 Highs .... _,. 12 Gulf Oil M4 Woolwth 21

Courts of Record Odges Associations pal medical term for the University a short time system which, hi effect restricted Ch.rtr ...__. un 24'1. Fidelity Fund ..... -,,._.,... 11U' New 196364 Lows .__ ,? 43 Int Harr 11',
have askecto be Included milk Imports from other Fat Wf'st. Fin .., ... 11na Fidelity Trend ,,,,. I' 84Fund'tal
I. after the operation to make an "
gro "hYpll'kar.toail, states. I
with Circuij Appealsand I Invest 11 4t
E Cal _._ It
Re aaid. address and receive honorary
an i The three Judge federal court
Court edges Income of Boston IH
Supreme Food Fair .90 22'mc
said Johnsal would Johnson NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES DIG. 1 !
y not degree, wore a aiM heard a challenge to FlorIda' ,
Incorporated Inc ., ,,,.. I It 1 "
_. ..00 '1"11Frlto
be d abled In the tightest but small Corp ese M. V... TIM
bandage on the hand. celery marketing regula- *
Kt .._,._ I.n
Students\\! Lay ...._ :II''% Keystone High Low Close Net Ch,.
.. .. tons S-3 .. ... H WKwyttont
a a .I. Gen T.le .11 3141Ca Keystone 15 hilt 141.62 119 7 HO.I7 Uat ..212S
R. E. Watson of Belle Glade
"" 7t.e /( S 4 .__ 117
P.rif .._ I.GOb 15'j, Industrials' 901.10 91.00 197.27 Up 2.71
I celery grower who has noIt.11 ; 011.... 2I'j, Lift Investors. ._ III / 1
'oetty .1011 SO Stocks S22.46 315.11 519.07
Meet PattI 4 S. Doesn't Want quota this season, said he 'Grace! Co _..,,_ I.GOb 17'1, Life Stock lend ..... ._ .. ... 7.49 UI.4'I I
lands to lose $30,000 if h< can'tmarket
Mass. Inv Stock _.. 17.10
Hel Curtis _._ .10 17
In Orlancb Dictate LBJ his crop. IBM ?,.. ._ 1.00 408 Maw. Inv Growth ?,.._,.,. 113
Says He and D'Arrlgt Brothers Co Int Minerals C I ana S7I1j, Pioneer Fund ,. ,.... ._ 113 I STOCK FLASHES'lUAUKET
of! Belmont, .Mass, a produce Puritan Fund ._
The Gainesville Areacham- Int Tele ._ 1.00 M'II' 163
WAIHINGTON (Aft-\ Presl- members of the NATO alliance wholesaler, challenged the state
ber of Commerce and > out Kellogg ...... ... ..._ .lOa 1I01Ij" Putnam Growth _. .. 1603TVEle
dent Johnson said $,day the at a time when France In law and regulations covering
buslneSl firms par- Lehman Cp t.34e SI% ,. .... IDS
standing area of orida Western Alliance mus.solve the ticular, and Britain .to a lesser celery harvesting and market-Litton In I.tllf 7414 Value LIne Inc ........ .113 NEW YORK (AP-The) stock!

hosted U University and fay at problem of how to .kindle nuclear extent are questioning the advlsability Ing. Their attorney, Wilfrid Vares Lone S em 1.00 21.. Wellington Fund .. 1417 market rallied smartly In moderate Dow Joaea IlIK'k Avenge.trevbas .
student but te United of Tallahassee said $7
i weapons of an American proposal only trading early this Irter-
the National Chamber spared tales wishes to talk ut to dictate for a Joint nuclear-armei celery producers have base Marsh f1cI 1.10 13'% Uey lied Hatt
College Business Symptom this vital poir fleet. quantities In Florida. Martin M 1.00 11"- Church
on MeG Hill Son 37'1, Wesley U was he second day nt sit set 41 30 Indust.. 5.34Y0
.In Orlando Tuesday. 1\E' From a forum at C. rgetown The President's address wa I Maxwell Wells of Orlando, at- -- vance after a string of alx loo up
Johnson reeled for the Slate Mead Corp 1.70 45% 9s _10 ua .
Agriculture up
University, < abroad prepared for
delivery at jrney
convocation -
detned .. Celebrate Ing session
The Symposium was Mer'd ....._ 2 sot 4T"
appeal for hanony Indunity closing the observance Department laid more than 75per 153.29 15 U ups
as a regional meeting In hid) Alrl ...._. .80 13'1, Prices rose ..Itl'the First
to Western Euro and the of the Roman Catholic school's cent of Florida celery producers -
the students carried on (two- 175th anniversary. approved the marketing N Y Ctntl ._.?._ .log 48.. lard: I 'coming National Bank of Boston rescinded 306.41 be s u

way discussion with top nlon- Johnson took the place of the order. H. said Watson was denied -Nil M Pow _" .... 200 15 its boost of the prime 4,960,000 Volume ;

al business executives. I State Alt late President John F. Kennedy a certificate challenged Norfolk W .... ... $50 140' Wesley Community Methodist rate President Johnson

Is- who to have delivered the the regulations In Leon County No lnd I' S .., I" 101.\ Church, 126 NW tlrd Blvd., will Wednesday night urged banks
Topics Included In the principal address The university Circuit Court and IosLCarihhcan No Nat Gas .... ... 110 II'fI ,celebratt Hs 23rd Homecomingon not to InrrMie the prime' rate gained a point while U.S. Steel
cuuion were: The Conwn Gets Ver ct warded Olin Math ...__, 1.20 404" Sunday. for fear of disturbing the economy and Republic were Up about hails
inditions honorary degrees to
Market, Present Economic Johnson and Owens II G ._, 250 1021 Guest speaker for the 11 o' and called on business point. General Motors moved
posthumously to
and the Labor force\ Kennedy. Area Pac G E __ 1.00 33% kx-k service will be the Rev. and the government to cooperate up nearly a point. Chrysler hada

Henry Coleman, vice p'"- He WantJACKSONVILLE Johnson studied law briefly st Pac ling 2.40 31.. J. E, McKinley, former District minor gain.

dent of the Chamber of C,- Georgetown 29 years sgo. Lacking In Pac T' T 1.20 2111 Superintendent of the Gainesville Worry over spread of the The Associated] Press averageof
merce of the United States (AF As Today, he said communlca Pall Amf'r A 1.20 30 I District and now ministerof prime rite Increase from a few 60 storks at noon had gained

sided and moderated the o> long as he is the chief i 'o ecotor tion is the central problem of Medical PeopleLack P.rke Dav 1.011 27.. First Method! Church hi SI banks was a factor In the six II to 3290 with Industrials up

cuss Ion. 1 In Duval County, St* Atty. the world and the great challenge PennlOll 2 oil 42"% Augustine.Following. dey slump, broken said. 11, rails up 11 and utilities upI
busine- of doctors, and .... .
Appearing on the nurses, PfIzer _. .10 47'1. ..fowfdIIIm.h.t .
William A. Hallowes toll Jury, Is to transform the reality the morning worship The puce of the rise
Richaf technicians has slowed development __ a 11II 14 I
Mr. Phelps DI
man's panel wNre The Dow Jones of 30
mIM. .
will try to act thatrsonstand of communications .satellites service a basket lunch will around ) average
of tt of medical care facilities Polaroid ,.. .20
Wagner, vied chairman equal before thecwirU atomic rockets and Jet transports 113'1'1 be served on the church Steels and motors showed Industrials at noon was up III
III the Caribbean Dr. Antonio Pub Sv E G 210
Champlin Oil Refining Comp :regardless of race, cd. or Into "an Instrument for Rloe-Vargas area of, Mexico- Pure Oil ..10 I3I1j, grounds. Interested persons art strength but some of their gains : 017227, It had been up 154 at
ny of Chicago and pastprwIdent olor. the freedom of man. attend.As Jones A Uiifhlln II am.
invited to
of the Chamber of Com Many months City told Caribbean Conference Rayonl.r ion 40'Reilll '%' were pared._ .. ... _"I __ -
did not ask the deal ago at the of .. JOb 17
coerce of the V. S.: Dr. CeorgW. I He penity agreed to speak at today's convocation delegates University
Director SoctoEconomic but did urge the Jur-of 12 Florida today.Dr. Rf'Yra Metl .10 22"RJc" :1
James. which brings to a clone : YOUR MONEY'S WORTHHnllTrillion
Research, Columbus, fhite men to bring In rfuilty the observance of Georgetown's Riot Varga, executive Merr 100 57',
Ohio and Mr. Otto R. T. Bow'den edict against year-ol/. W. ITSth anniversary. director of the graduate coursen R C Cola _. 1.20 11'"1
, white of Roy Dutch' .,, 1.71e 44'11Starle
Florida labor Attorney :Itch, a man amid hospital administration in r.
Jacksonville. tiling a Negro woman. | Mexico City, said Latin Am<<- CD .10 N4 I Versonal Income!

from leaden, chosen! by After one hour of del( ton,I Larger Cabinet Iran countries have been deyel- Singer ..._ ..... 2 fIG 11''%
Student convicted R| of Smith KIn __ 130. 94
I' Jury ping their material resourcesslowly
J. Wayne For
University Presi4ent Champion rinslaughter Algeria and In an tndlterimnatlng !;Iou ell Ed ___ 116 37" .,.,.

Belts were Katlcrlne i ] down the charge trot vat Ml as* r>r* teen way." St 011 C.I I _.._ a fIG 10111 I'orler., .,
Donald Sylvia
Elaine Bernhout J. Fabry,, Edwin d Carl -
sentenced H It Drug .IS 21
le will
President Ahmed Ben Bella Venezuela, Puerto Rice and the
LaV'angle, Chester Comw.n.Theodore ,' UITSS a motion for a fttlal tonight announced the formation Dominica Republic as good Tease UtI! .. _... 1.211 6214Testrnsi you read this, we are As I wage or salaryearneryou .; deride! of the I** can be

Straub, Jay Haviser. Is .nted. The penalty "- of a new enlarged It-man samples for other countries to ...._ loo 1/141 I crashing through a milestone are getting the evewhelming ) seen In these few figures

Preston Page Le Brock Ronald slighter is a term fi' cabinet, the third to follow. Tidewater _.. _.., azl.Trani % In world eronomk share 17 cents out of" Just In the pest five yean,
Boatrlght. Tomas es. run Algeria W A ... .. "I.UnillCt half-trllikwe dollar annuali each personal Income dollar Income we get from "non-

ory and Don Paul.. Crf'-j Itch wu accused of fir, apia since he came to power IIISeptmbff' Pac ..... .. I lilt u-.II rate In our "personal Incomes As t burineM. proprietor ar 1 work" has snared "nearly 21

Local sponsors and representatives I from a car and tong 1912. Store Manager Und Air L .._ .._. IJcIb $a7.Upjohn A WO billion yearly per! professional you art g a 111'a. | per cent and II fa not an esaigersllon -
General ; I Officials cited Ben Bella's recent ...._ ...... II
Fred Veimn. Mr{ Johnnie Mae Chappetn, I tonal Income rate representing the next bluest chunk I to say that an-
Electric; Frank fac. Sperry: the mother of 11 childrei he stress on new "decentraHtaUon" To Hear Talk War Lamb .7t 3214Worthhntn the money we receive In cents. work I fa among the fastest

Benin Data, Sean wd Robert nigh of March 23. She as the growth ,.. ....._. .. U' Iii the form of wage, As retired or disabled growing "occupations' In the
Coleman, Southern hH. wsirhin for a lost wallet ng -Algerian Socialism" In the I Bill collecting from charge Zeros _.... ._. ... t1% rents, dividends. ".lanfl'l worker, you al*' art gelling I U S.

a steel _still depressed economy.-=-- account customers win be thetopic zenith .. .. I 201 15" ffMlunal lees ..II. "employe) I cents through Serial Security Our Inromee from Interest

New A&P (Center of a talk at f 31 tonight ova ruE COUNTER I incomes, Social' Security a M and or other t ens-f. tta. have climbed rapidly, reflecting

I TKAVELINaj{ FESTIVITIES by Martin A. Car, Jacksonville New teen WI to .Ne e.. We ether benefits .to M just Interest on saving accounts the rising level ef Interest
I Iraugllrlltif1 at a program sponsored by the ... ..... .w.ew w e another ttaUiUe. It la a dramatic rates' paid en our ever mounting
In JixJACKSONViaETta I -- Sees for t "hefty 7 rents and dividends
Opens Credit .. tribute to the total of saving Our hv
Managers association ef ., .. .. .d.N. ere- greatest d d 111 n-
fur a e
account an
{ Ball Tickets alnnvifle.Oarage I M h w prosperity average American comet from dlvMenda have
Great M w. ,.LM men M..wr. al 4 rents.Farm '
: owners end plumbing -1...' w:families, ever aa" achieved lumped too, reflecting the un-
li PacifIC Te: C. m- -". I seem e, rent and
Atlantic contractors especially are avHH It Indicates the extent to which peralleltd proep.rtty of oureorpnrathMa

pan,' new au mlllma" Jacksonville Cost $10: fjr ScholarshipTAMPA to attend the program at Alice Land ... ?. II"i we "have pulled ahead ef ad fringe benefits represent and the fact the
Fond Distnbuhn Cen- the Park Lane Cafeteria. i Amer Fidel Life 2m other nations. It underlines (he other I rents etrh of the ".n-I tt alMlfne record high el

t..' designed I in tanoroe service (AP) eo.- d wives win be present to tab Car's tails win deal with how Amrr Heritage __ .. I"'*financial power the UJ. told sonal Income dollar American faenitte..wn storkt
;'U &'in a mall buhwemen cae raise Amer Mat Ins ll'. WUMn the lifetime ef moot I ()f CIIUf". you ales' are giving I'" whisk" tflvMetMtt are being
pjydon Burns plans stage pert la each of the balls. In addition I
three state area was opened nt traveling Inaugural ba.11M heir batting average ee reflecting Anheu? Bud lit I nt w. "bllI_" has become a up sow of this Inmrne InSorlal peM. Our Inromee from Social

today for an official r**** history of Florida. ]: to Gov. and Mrs. Burns, charge accounts. I Anodyne _,. 4'. familiar financial measurement' lecurity contrlbuUoM Security have BellnnnH.Meanwhifa .

by the press, local IIIC State Forty Burns supporters the Cabinet and wives! the Supreme COM U A Pow 27H even though few of M under Here's a pfwx-auve breakdown the Income gains

official ,behind cloned doors In TI Court and wives visiting Thieve Take Mitt Mag A Ph 12 I iun4 just "how big a billion of perwmal siromfshnweig of the farmer, the small
PrwkW of dignitaries btctodlng the prett- !how murk each significant huelnetafflan, the profeoslflnal
R. M. Smith today fa plan Tampa's shard Dunn 4 kVadst.._. MSi dollars fa. Mow we moot become ,
AiP's Southern Divlswo wan the six-day road show, the befits 'dent ef the Senate, speaker ef Florida Cu _._.. .. USFUTsle accustomed to "trillion' segment hat been rWngto and the Uwflord "have been'

host to the group and bitaduc- ef which will go to I the Home and the respective Truck, Hones ,..._ -. -. 21 Sforrfrt as a financial meaeuremenl.: resent years. I"far more mount The farmer
ed the distinguished It. "Haydea Burns Scholars pro terns and members ef the Lake l.*. I Our fatal output of pdt and Type per pref particularly fa a dwindling factor
Foundation." military win attend." I DENVER, Cole. (AP) reondm LtfeFranklle ..- .5% cervices Grose. ftstotul Product reel eeafareme <( to our evorsn Income setup

The gleaming* white rs inpies { William J. Hamrick. Bur Hamrick say an orchestra There's a new twill .. Irenethievery Ltfe -,. _. UII ) Is wen .. the way to '-"... leer,- An ever the globe nndevot-

located on a tt 1 In I state campaign manager pa rig\ travel with the gover+w>rs" fa Ifefa onfrtime (ren teat America ? If ,the II Pulse mark An4 surpnwinal ever IU ewer 1961 loped nations are striving to

site at West 4h and Hton Ted eut a newt release. )lit I -rty. The ran....... Bad will tier capital Grower -.- 3g" facomee aloe arecrowing Wi|.s ... ..'ariP. II 271Be achieve agricultural economies

will have Open H-I fore the meeting begaav wh !held Jaw I, the* more to Jew McHarg reported tMeveeitole :Golf We : .. .- 43 he Mitt "ball trillion .. aW rm. far. il II7 and IIftCfcordtftloJt lands are

Streets, public Ian I said amp Jaa. t. Orlando. 1*. 7. a ene-4oaj pickup track anda Home 1M.. _.'. 114 level, are mm+t toward he Ser. ..... aee"tt etrivuif to achieve Industrialecoflomlet
tar the genera 1 -For tile first Ume fa WstotIsiaugural arkjonrOle Jaax S, Miami Jan law..... trailer trans farTml Kennawaw Life a._ I% Itcemertbeatlblt. ". ..... 11 411Ialem4 We, though have

to I P JundI1. will acts:! act ehiee. Per the gernor and PrsMcoia J... IL 9t fff ...... WMIMiTVy ., Life ef Fit __ 1, till......... dollar range II Ul long store left an agricultural

The ate cent Jh beet -'[ and state Cabinet awfjtn I Tickets will be 111 per per then drove to her ... :r..... Campeey ._ 21H Wilt gets what of today's Dft......s 11." Ulrrta I',economy and right MOW art

ever IW stores* S. ilh.-a are goifui to be breofht Kamrlct tail The BunseundaUet ranch and stole fear prize.1 lOdge Electron .--.. II'. M Mil.* personal kvnme (. ...n.. 7.7 UlfarssfareiM 'movlrg rapidly from aa Indus
II bdl midi area wok the people. This wu I car ) was erfanfarti torevide beets", Pacific IW Air ..- 3esSthMi rate? Hww big fa your share II MlrVelalfaroeM I trial/ to a service economy

Georgia and t*I peigs promlte tMrfe by Cm ftoencial help for ...-1 fill McHarg fold entire Or I Brew 451.10 as a wage or salary-earner,, .. U This slnc'e! breakdnwsj ef ear

.their meat rnjareinewts I" rind Htjroosj Burst Ihrougho'I mdlnf stwVfits at any roOeteejnmrsity banes were worth IBM and,Seew Ue 4 Tr 17 a bmtaeM ar."pfrtor er afrfeertrwjl Total pm, intense II t2:hatf.triliiod personal ammeiihMia
a-niroiJmately! 1.> stem Florida."Mon. ef thfjr choice It'the trailer fig uA track: stoat,Southern Nitre 27iTraveknri ", moue. a atorkhoMer.lendore A csp"ue please ef fbvwcial!I, hat M'a ate world]
these areas vests theirseedIL pctr' .1'I ''p,9o9. *" ; retired .' marina IwJleiy avouch the Plot': M VM.Judgcs .
r, that W officials ai w I stale, ke ...... ; las 1 fcrsoe, 1'1

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, 1.. : : Abigail Van Buren ..1.,.. Abby a"a...n .11 .,.iL
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fJ' : DEAR ABBY: Mire to a small problem compared to others, mother lived with 'U' at the time. The poor Inhibited little' IS ALRZAm'I CAUGHT??' UNtiILAt15EEN HUT ,

but It Is still a problem. I play In the symphony orchestra, soul was terribly embarrassed at !the sight of this magnifIcently C* ,rrs so SWMT tfx sHR C I
\, : and a woman who has a season ticket tits in the front formed, young unadorned male body so she KNIT' TO WAIT FO'ME TO KETCH -- NI 1
I : : row at every performance., She Is very careless about her him a "dress." And our David wore that knit dress for as w ',o y i f

r, : position, Abby. The way she nits, I mean. This. Is very long as my mother-in-law lived CHESTNUT HILL I 1N \
i j embarrassing to some of our orchestra personnel, and especially .
: : : disconcerting during a concert What can be done? I I
', .. think someone ought to tell her. My wife says I should mind DEAR ABBY: I met a nice gentleman through a friend
and we have had many enjoyable dates. (I am over 40 and
business. I'd like opinion.
.. my he Is about SO.) Last night, when he brought me home from '
: WOODWIND the theatre, he said: "I hope that you will have a new hairstyle WE"lL MAKEt3O0TIF'UL

\ : DEAR WOOD WIND: She nay be a patron se keep still. the next time I see you." I was hurt and replied, "I Mo051C1t7GETHERl.

t q Or Imagine\ she's a c U. player without ber cello. Or better don't .tell YOU how to wear YOUR hair do ,1?" My hair kvk't"Z ,_...sALLTH
yet; keep your eyes .. Die music P. S. Your wood wind is always neat, Abby, but I don't go In for the latest hair !

= sighing.\ ,. styles.
" r: think he was wrong to comment about my hair, don'tyou _
; DEAR ABBY! Re your advice to "EMBARRASSED" the ? He Is' the most eligible bachelor In town, but if he ICAN'T, ELVINEVa I 'IN'ONHATT R6IEN ERS

i '. woman who ditched the nude statues when she saw the is capable of such cutting remarks I wonder if I should I'M COIN' DOWN MV MAN SNUFFY Is WRONG e_ BDST HIS ILL LIP '' INTN'
: preacher coming up the road: I don't agree with you. If tolerate it? I respect. your opinion. What should I do? ,:.A TO TH'GENERAL TOOK TERRIBLE WIFHIM? a* TIME SAME
'. ; the woman's son Is an Art major, and got his sculpture In HURT t..1 STORE, IQWEEZy- BAl SICK ALL DAy+
: Italy, they might well be works of art rather than porno DEAR HURT Hie thee to the best beauty parlor In town DOVE CRAVE TO OF A SUDDEN q t /

" i graphy. Was "EMBARRASSED" born In a corset? And did and get a new hair style, Your friend was blunt, to be (11 TAG ALONG?
' ; the preacher come Into this world fully clother? Some bare sure, but If you are wise (and interested In him) you'll
, ; acts are cleaner than nasty minds fully clothed in Ignor accept his remark as contractive criticism and set about to J

F' ance. remedy the .I allon. You could wind up thanking Piles # ,i -J
, DEAR ABBY: Four years ago my uncle became a
"I ; DEAR ABBY: The letter from the Art major' mother In priest. Since !then I have wondered what Is the proper wayto
I. Blythevllle, Arkansas reminded me of this Incident: address, him. Should I call him "Uncle" or "Father"
{ ; While touring Italy, many years ago I bought a small PATRICKS. J
but splendid replica of Michelangelo's David. My wife's DEAR PATRICK: Auk him.T.V J._



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Thursday Evening. the restaurant where Dar Island Princess. O Local News, Weather CDOE IN HERE! I'D LIKE WALK ON BUCK/ILL MnT1p
I 1:00 O Mike Douglas rin'a dining with a beauty 11:00 Q (D Suspense Theatre 7:05 Q Ranger Hal GOTSRIC FOR TO THANK!VERVTHR06 HIM HAVeVOURkECEIFT READY NKKTpVVORKMR BETTER B!G NTELU. MY CLOSER EYES

I 1:31 B NewscopeB contest winner. (Color) "One Tiger to a 7:50 O Local New., REAOYYETegF'.PR 5 biLl. NE'3 DONMINUTE.. 'Oil NRV! A SHOW T 0 Y'INOW'ONIGMT
C World Civilization 1:3 B 09 Dr. Klldare Hill." At the precise mom- 1:00 O Captain Kangaroo i ii 700! TMATifON'TYtjll

.1:1 09 News, Weather "The Elusive Dlk Dlk." ent a $400,000 jewel rob- 1:00: Q Divorce Court

Sport. Nobel Prize scientist Foster bery is committed the o Bachelor Father O
I:" O New., Sports, Bailey lies near death chief of the burglary do. 09 (Color) Romper Room

Weather In Blair Hospital with a | tail Is. In a restaurant sitting I 1:30: a Jack Benny
B Sunshine Almanac rare disease, and the only' next to master burglar 09 Jack La Lanne
1:11: B News Highlights thing that can save him | Colin Neal, who would I 10:00: O Make Room for tamW
1:31 B OD News Is serum that's In extremely be the chief suspect were I Daddy + t
Q News scarce supply. It not for bit perfect alibi. o News M
B Junior College Klldare and his colleagues Cast I Includes. Jame. 09 Cameras Please
Spanish manage to acquire a small\ Gregory Barry Nelson ]10:30 O (0 (Color) lXI1 i
7:. B Rlfleraas amount of the serum -1 and Diane McBain. What's This Song? I-

Miss Billy Scott arrives but then learn that t Itsaclentlet's O Defenders o I Love Lucy vu'Ra NoTTMzorr T.os MAN Nat tC'I' WrIH, TvIw Ot T41wOSuE NAPPivSW
m North Fork to take over young son has I "The Siege. Preston is 1.10:55: O 09 News \ yMP1-WR.MR.DKHeR5. Hove WAS vWT A UTTLIMACY1CAI.. ,T S A 7RAGTKAL4c ,1oKt.our
: the general store. \ fallen victim to the same threatened by Gary DegI 11:00: Q 09 Concentration .wKa MtT .J
1 B Movie 1 1 malady. Guest cast !In-I a gun wielding escaped o Andy Grlllltk
"Sitting Bull." ((1954)) Aj i chides Cerladine Brooks prisoner who Insists 11:30: O 09 (Color) Jeopardya P

Calvary major tries Tom Helmore Barbara | that he's Innocent and McCoys
prevent war between the I McNslr and Michel Petit. who feels Preston was responsible ill:00: a Love of Life
; Sioux and the whites, but I O Circus for his convic-I Q 09 (Color Say When! t \J

Outer attacks premature The romantic pre-Depre.- tlon. Guest cast Includes I25: a News
0 ly. Dale Robertson, Mary : lion days of the canvas- Robert Redford and Jennifer 111:300 Search for Tomorrow \
Murphy, J. Carrol Nalah. covered circus are recaptured West B 09 (Color) Truthor
(two hours) : In films of the 1929 11:00: O O News, Weather, Consequences
; : B Wilt's New-Chlldrea season of the Ringing I Sports (Bits a Guiding Light
: "The Emperor Penguin I 12:55 B 09 New. .0 ql
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this O Movie
I Story. Murl Deuslng dls- 1:00 a Midday
cusses the emperor pen-I : O Password "Northwest P. II a g '."! O News I
j breeding hsblts. Singer Jack Janes and i i (11140)) The Rogers' Rang-]I 09 T.V. Bingo
guin's actreis Sally Am Howes i era travel through the wilderness -' ZtJA.... So, vtj CAN UNO D. HAvt juwi
I 11:15 O Focus 2
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test their word skills to-I In order attack I
"The Manus Beam." The 11:30 a As the World Turns W iUNNEK IMtMINfl TN MY UST TO CARRY MY WC I'M SORRY U V 5UP&HT INTO A MOST
Seavlew Is dispatched to a hostile tribe of Indians. O Science FOR THE !.,.L CAN G o YOU HAD couNT at MY y 1} x L ueraeis '
the Near East to locate I Festival Spencer Tracy Robert 09 Let's Make A Deal 1 WAIT N0w To START sRINmoa K 1a TCLL DOC STAYING MM-! DAY/
The "doll" In !baen'. "A Young Walter Brennan, 1:55 09 News NOMC THE 511.00 FOR MY DAVIES I CAN't TMCUTTLl
the powerful weapon I Doll's House" la Nora Ruth Hussey. Nat Pendle- FAMILY! TI MSBTANT3I4IP! 1 ...w I
that's been downing MO B 09 Loretta Younga HE'LL SC Oil-
American U-J planes. Helmer. But though the ton Robert Barrat (Two Password APPOINTDOFCOWtSI
I Victorian household tend hours i gars IM NOf,
7:30: B Daniel Boone i 2:30 O House Party
"The Sisters O'Hannra-, ed to assign the wife a IIMO 03 Johnny Carson B 09 Doctors + DARLtNG! 0007RCAILYI
purely decorative role (Color) Scheduled guest 30 World
han Daniel I : B 09 Another
ly becomes lnadvertent-I naive Nora has her eyes t Is comedian Bill Cosby. o To Tell The Truth
opened by I dramatic: sequence
two Indentured servant 3:25: a News
girls when Yadkln g e Is I of events.ltt Morning and Alttrnooa 3:30: B (Color) You Don't Say
Involved In a plot with an I : B flD Haul I:. O Sunshine Almanac 09 Popeye's Pals
: auctioneer. Guest cut (Color) Hazel and Dorothy I 1:11 BSvaihlao Almanac a Edge ef Night I /111F11YSIGIA / \ (.,& 1

: eludes Fay Spain a n In-I want to remodel the O Humanities C-51 1:00: B Match Game
Nina Shlpman.B kitchen. Now all they needis I ':25 OD Living Words o Secret Storm NICK RIG A "CHILD-OuG/00,1 Ct C1')4+Ueael11RN &
Opea Mind George's permission. ':31 O World Clvlllulloa 09 Peter Polamui. TOVRNIQUETIL ac) Yjy II L 5ACKT0 Ni SIMPIRINO rTeuAr'o
11:01: OD Bewitched o Baileys Balboa 09 Gospel 1 MuikI 4:25: B News a.'I POOPL5NAVC CWsa ,/
: To show her skeptic a I Captain Bailey Isn't :U O Pastor's Study ':31 a Leave It to Beater r"'' j/Ji\\t\ 'l.? MtutO Pn.xsuD Wa N V THINO TO Do)
mother how trustworthyher feeling well so five year. 09 Color) HI, Neighbor B Beat ef Greucko z r Rios
mortal husband Is, Samantha I old Stanley magnanlmaus- l IM: a Farm and Home 09 Movie -
takes Endori to ly agrees to handle the I 1 7:" B CD Today ."The Ox Bow Incident"
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: Dear Htlolse :'Dear Nudes The person doing the reading 'wmaa be? Theta a marvelous avsaa A wT F17CD N '. 'QT

My su yearold son had i lean'[ alt and relax, read aloud J/'Idea trsAw !Ol
S ThoM plastic, squirt .. lop bottles \I, and love to the listeners + C 1' _,, i
I to swallow large pllla, which convey HELOISE
: make excellent containers I' Lees 3NR
alcohol other II i were not to be crushed and It, and also keep up with I 1L4t 0
for rubbing or
|,was difficult for him. :Interesting subjects at the same Dear HeMe: I r cOOKau.
liquids needed for a patient very I ISo \ :.:
1 made some gelatin des, When my daughters were be- ,,i
be closed ; bles, I found a to keep' .. r3. =+t
Most tope can easily out, using a little sea water i 1 1 Of coupe there la always the r way -
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and. since they are plastic than the recipe called for. ''possibility that some explaaa-i them warm during cold weather. ': v _
there ls no danger of breaking When the gelatin was SET I lion .ill be necessary but that,| off
I sewed two small blanket
or spilling. 'cut it Into >squares, and when It too can be educational and fun., :: '.5 5r M
I we one of these bottles to [was time for him to take a i A Daily Reader|together on three skies like a -
bold diluted laundry bleach.and 1 .I'''plU, I pressed It Into a cube of I I! i pillowcase, and I slipped! Ik el t
babies Into then
pinned f
It la so easy to apply when the gelatin. It waa then se' ,
I wish to bleach a small area. much easier for him to swallow I,Dear Helobe. j lA blanket with safety pins I lo
( their nightgowns under Ikearms. V asf
Reader the pin. little hunt which save fI la-1 I ,'list 7ePS1 a.i a r nC+n: ads'oerr 2 h'llctiD TLAT last J CtiM Wet

Year Mea la great, But be Mrs. George Lucas ,.gernails and tempers. ,, When !the babies turned over ABpT tea: velvet m eAU rtw/v: rwH+ T+awm1+a+ca :aFLxxa
sure to LABEL them. Never I Cover your foam rubber toy 1 they were always covered. nR: tlrEy Atw 5. so of DAY rt t+ae A
r 'parr"wse WNU
pea aaylhlag from see bonk j LETTER OF LOn I I pillows with plastic before tryIng Mrs Earl: Jones
... to aaeiaer whawt labeling M fat Dear Heloise: : to put the tipper covers on !I I' .
BOLD trial ( Children tore to be talked to,I II them! )'Dear HetolM:

REUM3E I and even though too young to I'' The plastic bags from the | When my little one la sick Ii
: understand an that Is said the cleaners are grand for this. Just and 1 can't get her to drink as
: Dear Hetoise\ I voice attracts them, and usually ,lent oft the excess plastic near much liquid as the doctor ad-1
For those people whore storm keeps them quiet ,the sipper The plastic makesIt ,vines, I put Juice or soda pop ,
: windows freeze over with Ice[ There are many Items In the easier to slip the COUrt on ;;to one of my stemmed party
(and they are unable to see out) '''newspapers which are not only and keeps the foam rubber I''..... L
; .how about using that port*,'newsworthy but Inirmtlnn enIrrtauilng. clean. She feels M groin up that she i
blc hair dryer to thaw the Ire? and educational as :Mrs. A. Picas drinks It aO! I II k

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' 13TH PHARMACY 1522 N.W. 13TH ST. 26"
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[ 25CREG. 1.29100 BUFFERIN . 79' 108".

VITAMIN "C" TABLETS-r,,, 39' REG. $1.00

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t Appreciation 'I I IBy ',,", 79 CARDS
hEy, William Rion, director ol Today In History $1 .98 Brite Set Hair Spray Silt
-- the Florida Union \\t\\\\ was 60 FT. (
paid 0((" by the county 19 t* $1.0077c
Tuesday for his work m a $200 "Fast" Home Permanents
trustee of the Alacbua General Today Is Thursday, Dec. In 1941 President Franklin
J Hospital '. with a I the 338th day of 1964 There 3'1 Roosevelt announced the extension -'
plaque of appreciation. The 28 days left in the year. of lend-lease aid to Turkey.
It 1r truiteey post rives no Mlary. Today's highlight In history: In 1944., American superfort u REG. $29.95REMINGTON
' ., Also>> given plaques of appreciation On this date In 1915 the goy I resses blasted aircraft plants in REG. $29.95NORELCO
were two other former enment announced it had requested :Tok>'oTen. >
trustees Dr. H..1. Stevens the recall of Capt. years agoThe British
and William Easels, and "two 'Franzon Paper and Capt. Karl'Labor party urged Winston "25" ,
"III' c former county toning commit- Boy-Ed the German military[Churchill to resign as prime
\AGO loners, William Long and and naval attaches They were I minister. SPEEDSHAVER
..eI Newton Ebangh. Jack Diir- accused of improper activities I Five years ago President .' ELECTRICSHAVER
ranee (right) made the presentations. including sabotage plots aimedat Dwight D. Eisenhower left WITHFLOATING

Davis.-)(Sun photo>> by Eddie hampering. munition prodiiotipn Washington took him to on 11 a nations.19-day trip that ELECTRIC HEATER HEADS PENETRAY Shelton Old Spice

On this dale One year ago -House Speaker 1320 Watt Our Low Price Color Wheel l Our Low Price Utter Shave Lotion
In 1894 British author Robert John McCormack was askedto Coil type nichromt heating 4 color sections rpm motor
The Indian Ocean lies entirely Louis Stevenson died. join White House meetings on 150 watt spotlight included. I REG.$1.25 SIZE
element behind 2 blade fan.
within tropical or southern zones! In 1917 President Woodrow policy to prepare him for possible 19 95 19 95 I -
11I 11 and Is enclosed by a land mass Wilson recommended that Con.gresa succession. the presi Smooth running, 7 99 Glamorous lightO 3.AAinj lf Price 97-
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West came close by guessing Overzealous
NOTICI OP, .ALI -rrl .a1

You *ro ......., MtlllMl tjllt tile M y I Four hearts doubled c o u 1 d SHIELDS, Kan. (AP-Mrs.1) CLASSIFICATIONINDEX NOWIS THERE
lowing motor vohkloi INI lute 444; --I
'Conv MMMITVI will b* MM *t pubm BridgeIn ALAN TRUSCOTT not be beaten and South add LaVerae Schrlock knew her cat

goy loll of N Docombor ION AM. shock IN4, et on mi ttw"I Norlt lot' (*) How ,..* Tteoi ed Insult to injury by makinga was a good provider for each

Moist It, ailnotvlllo, PI"""' .. ,lie pr* valuable overtrick. He ruffed litter of kittens but mama cat
UM> ot tho solo, win to otwil...* the club lead in dummy and the routine ANNOUNCIMINTS
overdid feeding on
INy""t II It" 01st lit r01akl01..15,101.n. this hand East and West NORTH (D) .
Ml. ot MM motor .....Ie.. ond tin. appear to have enough high 4862viomu led a spade. West won with the latest offspring. 1 III Mso twI .
coil ol pubileotfen ol notlco el wio MMW
a 10 th. MtlltOClkM slit.. ........*too card strength for game but the ace and led a second L. of rhooM
ndof .tho Contract wllti' Pool D. K.'IB. club which was again ruffedin After bringing In numerous It.. ft ,....
3'.N. W. loin II Oolmiirlllo,, Florid.ond .. they are foiled by the bid J87S mice and rats for her kittens, 4 FVMnolliod loSTrouol -
-Corolvn 0. Kilo 3117 N. W 10th ,0, dummy. .
four ;
gmimivlllo. Flo. covorlm .Mo IfcioncmWMM distribution. Against I the big cst dragged borne a li IS
motor _Ie,.. Any surplus spades, for example North and WEST EAST On another spade lead East Insteadof 4 SMCM NonnoFlortilo
will' bt-ooid to yw .... you will r. the and shifted to full grown o'possum. 7
South take the first eight \I09J 4K4IJ put up king
main llobio tor onbonne* romolnlnglnnld can with the bountiful
happy .
being S .
The "'" ChIM Corgf
Slits Mid cenlrocl.Ditod tricks. K7 the heart seven. queen
Kill 1lh tfiy of Novmnbw W4ASSOCIATI was finessed and the ace I fare Mrs. Schrlock said, PIMM T* ., *|UJ
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Opposite a passed part n If, the kittens were only
(Vt H. L. JAMIRSON .&QJ101SOUTH drew East's king. By ruffing
Oolnnvlllo. FUrWo(3iio South did not need to preparefor two more clubs In the dummy' THE "

I : ) m a rebid and did not expect 4 QJ7 South established his fifth club, AUTOMOTIVIN

its 11' to win the contract. He AQJ2 and the defenders reluctantly The first submarine to fly the lolotlontillTITrucki

therefore bid his strong heart conceded the overtrick. A11 a n tic was Capt Jacques- lor .... WORTHWHILE
I"' W. Don't Cor If I suit In preference to his weak 4A97S4J Yves Cousteau't two-man diving 7*Tracb w......

You Don't Com Bock' club suit. from M Trocton a True* Hontilitt
It was flown
North and South vulner- saucer.
were Can't Leave Trollor llonlokHMotoreyelw
1 Again Until NEXT' able. The bidding: France to California to carry a KootonM

DECEMBER I I North East South West 'Em Behind scientists of the Scripps Institution AvtomoMio a..... TIME
down Into sea canyons off U AutomoWlM lor low
Pass Pass 1V Dbl.
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Foreign a loorto c.
I IPLEASE 1 /N/YWN 'H'ArI'.r. I- DbL Pass Pass LOUISVILLE (AP) The La Jolla. V Autoowortod

'I last call sounded and passengers NOTICI OP ALI

I DON'T MISSl L-sp.-' PassWest led the king of clubs. were loaded aboard a TO You WHOM oro IT....MAY.bY notltiod CONCfRNl mot tho *jl:
LAST HITS sleek airliner at Standiford lowing motor _lel., ,.4. Chovrlot 1131tw IDUCATIONAL
Opon C:30--Mw7:00" MIIWAI40II1 will bo oold. or public
I THIS ONE /I S.. Sash l.t ... t:00 Over Wests'double. North Field. sob" ol M AM. o-clocH/ on Iho 10th M SclMM a InolrvctlMIf
1I I FIRST ARIA RUN.AWotIblialeMs jumped to game. His g r e a t Doors were locked and the Moln doy ot 0/.D_eolnwvlllo...... 1M4 Florldo.ot IBI Tile NortH or. Muilc. Donclnf" : TO

BEAUTY'M 1I 1llllllll distributional power compensated ramps were wheeled away.A cods ol tho MIO will bo opollod titho 11 WonIttlnoInIcItMIMPLOYMINT

I liT JS PURl for the shortage of high. signal was flashed for the poymont Sold Mlo ot or Iho Mid colt motor rolontn.vohlclo, otorIng ond-

II KIM LAURENCE'iiii card strength. East felt obligedto plane to take off but nothing .... coil Ihon of t.puMkotlon tho MtiifocHon ot /..Iet of tile of 1.1snc. Milmd .

.1 take some action but he happened.The duo vndor tho _,oct ""J'jJJcombing' 11 ,,_.IA Hell W.......
I I not have felt confident ",. ,I. I.. I" CtIrl 11 ",.1. Hol
may very crew was still inside the .... tnonchig ol Mid. molorvohlclo. WMtodU READINGIN
I I about his double. terminal having coffee. Any ouroiuo will ... paid to you Hal..-",... W FomoloM
ond you wm ......In llobio lor on* M4onco ..... Hup WonlodJII .
I ramilnlng unooid undor Mid con- GET
his dummy I
Before down
,- 1144515111\ putting NOTICI Of ALI Iact. Wort WonM FomiloW
.I'1 \ Ira nlmr../ I I North offered a quarter to TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 0..04 "'I. 1HH ... of Nov.......', 1M4AtSOCIATf Work WMtod ..,.
-14 Hit At ':00CLIrF -- Yw oro noroby iwtlllod' mot tho M. I DISCOUNT CORPORATION
GIORCIROIIRTSON any player who could guess lowing motor ....''el.. IM4 Ford VmIcono .Vl H. L.JAMUNIONas11t55Yllls.

r I a I I: CHAKIRIS his high-card point count. He .t public 1141 sal.SII43H494071 ot lens AM will.'.bo/ocA Sold on (:Mil) 11:I FtorMi FARMS 0 LIVESTOCK
633 SQUADRONCOLOR saved his quarter, althoughTO Ins tin doy ot Oocombor. IM4. ot 1311: LR.AL HOTICI
North MaIn ..., Ootoonlllo' ',""d.. TIM ,lie Unlvonlty of Florldo win ...... tt Form Soulpmonta
....-. ot tho "". will' to om>ll.4 wIlls for 11..0solrol clou ol eonvneditlo -.
'- --INOf SATUSDAT-- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN poymwit ot tho cost of rotoklno.itorlnf / .Id Indlcoiod. bolow. Intomtod bib Food. a FoniilnrLlvwlock
Starto Friday You wo ....bY notltlod Hot tilt M .... Mlo ot sold" motor v"'ilcn doro. oo.. obliln form*, opoctlkolloniind a a SVPHINLMMMcopmt .
I.I. $. 7. !.OirtAf10:4.0: KITTEN WITH A WHIP lowing motor vohlcloi, Impolo. 4 Door I IHirdtop old tho toil ot oubllcillon .. notko omor"' InfomiotlM by contoctln' Ih.Furchoilng If THAT
10 41I3K1IJM7 will bo Mid ol ot .... sod loon to Hio Mtlilloetlon ol Divliton, Room 104. floor! TII MM
-ata Public Solo ol school on the I d.yOf iho boltnco duo vntfor tho concoct withlyron Hill Unlvonlty of Florid Oilnolvlllo. 015 a........
DKHKlNr. tM4 Ot I I. W sod limo., Morton Robor. Jr. 1I4T W. Univ.Ay. IIIorld' SI Lh/oitock" Wsn155FINANCIAL
Golnowlllo .. Tho ,roc_ of lhMIO <. Oolnoivlllo. ", .,Id. _orln ..M _.ot ... Itoploo. Wdl OPM ...oryTu.ld.y
will M oppllod Nrot to Ills pivmoniof flnonclni ot Mid motor vohlclo.' Any .. 10:M
i Ifio COIN ot ntiklng, otorlng ind oili piuo will' bo paid to you. ond you will 14-Houitol tuppIlM. blds OPM *vry44.p5rcov.ri
of Mid. motor vohkio ond tho ml olpublkotlM romoin llobio for ony b.I.... romolnIng -
of mtko of sold .... Ito unpold. undor Mid controct.Ootrd for W44-4I .........* II:30Docombor
Oba suil1e SlIttMO'E lo mo Mllilloctlon of "Itio ...* Out] thli Illh dot ot NovMnbor, IMASIOCIATIS 17. 1'44 tt luilnou OMortunmf7Monoy ..
undor Iho controct will Miry Illh HllWiOM DISCOUNT CORPORATION 44-11 ..1. of Pulpwood 11:N Ooconv to Loon .
Town Florldo covering Ills tlnonclngof 'VI H. L. JAMIRSO" BETTER
Ii Mid motor _kl.. Any surplus will 6.100001115. 11I,11Io 44-1iVurnl!* ond In.'." KoolihodoIcroonlni MMorhjogo.MIKCHANOISI. THE
bo ooM to you ond you will romoin ()I,,, II 1NOTEcu II:M Docombor M. 1..4. so Mo.wy Wilted.
'IEHCII.\'IHSE 11001.5r any b.l..* fomolnln looM bidt will bo op n-d ot >:00, "
undor sold conlrocl.OCNIRAL. EST Docombor :SI. 144
MOTORS POR TAX DUD 'In Iho OHIco of Dr. John Hu"",..,.
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION .... 1M 14. P.I. A..I.,,", Dlroctor ot OiMISYI. JJIIVI -
IV M. R. Morris NOTICI/ II HERESY OIVSN "' ., Llown 011 let. N."..., Rongo -
J .. W. sot Plan' Hanoi Homo Mortgqo Compwiy. thoholdor vlilon lulldlng IMS Room I.M, FUrkK ol Wontod to Sty
i Z Cilnoivlllo Florldo I ot Iho following cortllkotn hnPllod Air Pens ...., Florldo M tellowl M Mocnkwy a ,MIl
J.II( If"J Mid eartlllMtM tar m 1.5 daM 4154: 61NKITI TV atoll l..l_1
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numMrl Sod yiiri ol hluonco Ills 45.Krlp1M lot Ewlpn50l M HouMhold toodiM
N tho ...- 1M lie ...,. GINUYI TV F'rolodloii. Icojlp14141 AntlgudoM
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Little bv Iowa Foiling "'1Ch1.. S:N Die 17. 1144T. Mloc. For lolo
IS,. 41 City of OitnoiyllliVoor N. WILLS a Trading. Foot
ot I....... It40Dncrlptlon Director. ol Purchoilnf //I ".... 0* 4 Wood
LST'iITOP f4rO H! IV TMM ZXk K1 ol Proporlyi Lot U a 14 N13): U J. 11
MAll-M WT.ITT t. ..... .
I MOO*AM tATW COMC I Hill t Addition Oil PLORIDA 71 loot M. "",1..
FIVE N' i of IOMINUTEaf ...
std Luoll N. i IN AND PORl ALACHUA COUNTY.AT OHIco IqulpmoUTSMuolcol ,
TEN.AXTIRf MARVt All ol Mid praporty bolng In tho LAW
County of Alochuo, Itito of Florldo. 1 CITY OF OAINIIVILLI' MorchondtMHAL
Y ai Un''... ouch cortllkili or cortlllcitnllioll 14 Munlclpol, CorMTltlon.Fotltlonor .
bo ndoomid occordlng to low Ihioroporty .
doicrlbod m ouch cortllkito or I...
cortiticoin will bo Mid' to "'. higiwinblddor WAYMI L. lLACK.DoI..n' ISTATI FOR SALE
..r ot "'. court boost door on tfi. a MoMM Homw tor ... WANT
Writ Mindoy In Month of Jonuiry IMIIIINT DOMAIN
1 I IIll, which U th* 4ltl day ol Jonuiry: LAW NO. 10'IIOTICIOro at Law lor low
w D.,.. thli lit diy ol Docombir, ,.... DOMAIN PNOCe5DISCI.'r
a :II Nouooo tor 0505
I CIo,. ot Circuit Court olAlochuo It III 0055,0 sit ..."." boW01 MCotlogM tw W. NORTH
County florid. I or"ciolming"on"rlghiT. lino In"..... 9 .... I.,... licftlngtd
I((3111 12 :1 10, 17, 14.__ __ __ ..,..., ./10I0000. or .,..., IIM to 01 :II ...1 I.,... Wontod
LIANIKISKtT I In Iho porcoll of tool horllnonor dod -
aND CUT ..'1... ond .... tillowlng ...._ Uoothor 51 Out ol Town FrooorlyRoildontlol
w w PORKCHOPS SUBURBIADRIVEIN with oil unknown porMno ciolming" bv. .. S551n.55. PrsIsrtlsdl
STEW through, or umttr known pononi wen onMrt .
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S. 'W: rte" II...511010 15 4 AtfwggCourod
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O Froportir.SolMUNTALS
39c 5.b,99c 710 till unlv.rtlly, Avonuo
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>lb. THEATRESHOWTIME Oolwivlllo. '10..... CENTRAL
Tho l..t MM II fMl of tho Wnt IB.
PORK SWIFT'S PREMIUM 7:00 Hull Ion loulh M
w BOSTON IUTT tool ol tho Iooth
ol Ou.rtor lull '., olMellon 4>l Cowod Frooorly RonloK.

w PORKROAST SPARE CHUCKROAST MIll ram !lll.U&lSJlIIIITIOI!ftCTunf loll M.All b.lng Townthlp ond 6 lying Mum In Alochuoity RongiIf 44 Coltogoo tor Ronl

Y ININ_ t T! ... Florid.. 41 Furnlihod Apt..
RIBS 'McHAlES YOU AND SACK 0" YOU or. 44 Unfurnlthod Art.

J ERNESTBORCNINEa10E f .W, I Swoon 0001105114W to Iho Follllon to 50005".,M..-11110. RIM M 47 HOUOM tor let Fon.11.155.M.0
In Ihll COUM to Iho ._. onlltud Court Unlvnv
t on or Iwo.. Iho mil .., of Oocombw, 41 loom* lor RMtM FLORIDA'S
-..- FLYNN-TIM CONWAY 1 1H4. to mow whol right. HIM, mtoroitor CLASSIFIED
Ha IHf KHOIt McWIll CWWt_ Horn. you. or ony ot you. novo M Mobil. HomoiI
.w. -35 3 LIS. 'I 45c y : ond to ten obov doocrlbM portal ond M''... ......)
Mow COUM why "' lomo ohould notM HA Wintod T. ROMa
rip. LB. 11. 2.d lSt.IROMANci form lokon m tho lor FolltIM Iho ino flld* ond horoln.WITNIH ourpoMi. oot ....... WontodM

AND RACtN. my ...... ond Mil. of Mid OHK Ooik loots
-.. YOUR CHOICI HAN All WI Tens BLoool Court M It'. lit My of Docombor, A.D.. 14 Sutlnou ."" .* Did!

.It., GR. BEEF . JAMES PAMEU 4'J ClorK I CAHMICMAIL at mo Circuit, CourtAlochuo


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STEAK On SIft"I'THUI STOOGIS" On ... "UNCLIILL"IT'S CiNtorlo Dw. lot COM cvitwni long
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FLORIDA Today 1:40. 510155Po It CawWs Mlnll Mortal I PM.
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.. TOILET CHILI & WITH A TEEN- i I Imortloo ........ S. ... MOClol MCO54 otlontlo wen 014A/y lo

t IbMorttono .......... 5440 In* Lie.Sony .WAY OltlVINca /(140115.
.. NERSNtYS BEANS i AQE :i 4 kw1/150 ...... 0150.5Is FOR Hoi ol Pew 3754MIKU
.. TISSUE : 'II KuRL "un tALON
SUGAR -...a..... i.i i. 10.,1515 .......... 04 pro liouiy on 500551
TWIST Ad wort*iM ntwdForm.
Tolri 05505 oomdvNdl byMmptyMg M .* Mmot It *J o*

., 3-19 5 lbs. 39 4 ...99 i -rtz.frtf(....;.1L. PARTy....! I Pivo. lottv total won Moo M I. Unto O dos.SrI. try OBPI. ) }/ntOBM

RIO b WHITE U..t. 0.. With ".00 FRESH DANDII \ .5,05 5 14 0S0l.s.5.5a } TRAVIL INFORMATION

JOi Co* CUTBEETS 014. w M_ t t-... Uo* I & (
I : _PM/Y7ISNJM'/ Rlt* _let .. ........ man .* Or.
1 -sH"oui BREAD .. lomruy. Bo*. *"V OHorpm.
I 4 49 d loe..s I LANCHESTER 12 point
tent r. 49- 1 WHITE *JODY McCREA UN USSY DONNA lams M S Woo H-. IVM LOU WIIOHT ootohr wmi now0.1'A.Oi.t
1 IS conn. Cn* o Dnigi,
101 c..
/L1M1.a5..W1t11 CANDY JOHNSON BUSTER KEATON ond 18 Point '
Mmo M IMO i..l..y17s
44..1 Ot X M. fWl Plus M.* Hrlivd. .

*1 7 $100 ATTRACTION = 24 PointS Phono It MXflo PI*M'M.NOTKI Llol'iigi. lo. Tmmiimo

tent cells ICINISSC OORA ADDrn Ice.5.1 c 5 RooHvt of .W..0.*00.0x EAo.elo. .'..

41. N HUM wd.lwy .p5s AND 4n. .5115 AN SWw p.
JIM DANDY CAIIH NOME C"'IL TON'S.. IS.). LONG GRAIN 0, o11 pr05CIp III 31. 50 Mloot. .

BEER GRITS MEAL MILK RICE 36 s PI. 4011 A. I'S'.0rs515t S00.-ro_DstwMr

Henry N. Ceal w
4 Cam 99c 5 Ibi. 29e 5 Ibs. 29e Vfr 9ol. 53c I 3 Ibs. 39c _
.. Stin OM Or
I.00 N I M ww.y less, t t

OUR ADVIRTISI0 PRICES All ALWAYS IN IMICT ... iMONM 55s 05 r wl.rr5.s -Il w psr sot Las..,..
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OEM rnwoo n.
1 "OM .. USED
9 a. NON M .. 05.5 so.ISI
,.. w M .105 00 M CALLING
155 w.
.. w 50 50500 5111 P. 1
.Alto .055 5 sow SANTA'S MILMRI H.lg
15.3HO.' ONIPOTATOES eJlT.A.lli1 1.. .4.Aw.wwrl tad Ieete M tW_>...*

111 own111 051,05. .. OOM* ..... Slw. .
\ 05 N 51 A lOiry ttiM A ..
PLUS 5.155. 0 -a5 5w5..05sns. OH* w .- *..>*...
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1Oes49'115af I "fOOTBALL HI LITES OF 1964" M s.r5..5 w
.Iww x15. 05.51.44 CARS 551. i.0..wn15, FW. w
.. SsoJ.y GAME! .. - .a FR 14411.FZ .
,,, d51r I N,11 otolte o. l 1.0.N1 .... Including FLORIDA-ALABAMA !J _. I

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Thunday D ctmbtr 3. 1964 Goimivillt/ Sun 22

1I-w. W..4 FlwallI .1.JnTU. 12 M_ ill H*", M rP SRI 15 N.aN. IN StMM 1 S H...... fM Said IS Haul*. her Sal.oponheem i

pertw.11. _." ....,rNIM "' IIOi Nil.10 Tit.. "'.17 ... you C"N 5AV. 1'101 '" '0"" IK..I A -=.. I U. I 5405. Ire.
978 :nM/rp limo 51NU a'srs. N. CONNOLLY down to itiltiad" Sops Pulp 1 .*, t will ham Centiel Swat celling. paneled *.i..
_1..1..1.. PHA f/Mncl0. teller pay eweIn built. I II kitchen ciraort andttoiata lee S Halts 0.1t o/IS NN
PR, 0./U --11--" wet d SI, I barn I can.port ..... Can KtmIUV cue*. Ira. twvin beck yard INERE
built-in ki......., ir. MM or ....
COMPANION floor CCI. Call 3H-HII tor appt.
.1' wwaicenli.. plop, P year 11I1-": NOW AND WORK OUT THI
.11 bed Mtianta. laterenca. I Drive Soul toMy I ; DOWN PAVMINT 1

Jn:._"opIrR 1 J.l5I1. M'.. ot 111:w..vtul. en V. t. ddl Pk, TMPII _pn _larol umlty corner ..ream.totatod .. laCMlant New nemaa. on heavily wooded ton HUGS lamlly room a 1l. I MIX
new under ceniinKiwn. Threeand fenced betk yard comer lit con.berihlp. .
WANTED IIM ILCAI MOIIll HOMO wllll rwionootrKio. con,van"lei< tour bednam. ano and two IN''.' 01 0 _.. a...l Pilo

OH days a MM wont Cromwell- 0"Y "Irl... tall encloied I ream cabana.Perfect = The and Jama aHMeln Company PMA, 1 ....... Including brick Iron. calenlela drapery rode. Mlt .kl
n far lor.. I otto fromcampui 3 IWO, Nl Weitwoad) lilatea.Walk China cabinet:''1-trM *>> *>
60352. end downtown In oulal to achoori. AH city' arnica per ma, IMI ''. IW4NI

WANTED .//.moon work M.. irrowidlnp.1.. Mull sell now Av*. lee et N W WIN Drive and N. W lit* it NAVE

ming' DouMwerk, any ""' I.ala, Jan m -,,""' 10 much DUPLEX lain Place Call OTIH4 dally or Pot All IV OWNIP. I M, Ifcetn /f/V0/

_FR 6-0352. ..war man rani. (lit 17.71.1 .. Vt-KM nlghli.IY CCI. Ideally' ilhioted, I block
tore I M P M. OWNI' keeulllut bom torMI from A J. PMlev ecnaol at MM
hills DOWN PIN Ky Hill attractive In NW _'..... I blxka ,loon NW Tin PI Many nice taatureiHreetec .
l7W.kW.nt.JM.I. 11 LOTS FOR SALI I bairaam Miaeanry du.<*> Myr T'II' *, arhoal Mull b* *. kaakmeivoi, air canol
with I monthly Income of |i 111. .
awn to b* *ppr iiad). CHI PK, NOM and llhera. RanoniOl.prked.
Call e
l'C'Kl"' NooK
lift w. ldtl' "* ONI ACP.I LOTS. ft NW areioutline THIS WEIK'S IS ON
Q by aiMrlencad" unison wwtitlin or. city nmifk leautllulirrangid. DOWN lowly I bedroom 1114Mm WISTvvOOO ..... new SI.. I I IUV Ha PPiNIN S ITIIICN m SPOTLIGHT
attar d M. trios. Dews Paylrni end lom will level mawnry hem belli Colonial" Central AC Iron I blvwrMl, M II a Heel Ham
Call AlaetNl P.ealr| tocatM" M IN NW ieclian-ONLY *M it Illl NW Del Or. IIM per built In INN ore bv
A.1c11t01,77N1 "... .... tow down payment tfMlfl AlAIHIlA MOMft, INC. ""M .
II Sckwli. b IniltucliMiNOWBLL Aria T. tmlth. RaaltorLAP.OI or 171..01. 11I0a1Mw.d CYPRESS LOUNGE

NEAT bedroom nauto an .large MAR I*. I tuth Clhome Modal Ho tun 0005 N.W. lltkSl.Tk .
"I IUSINISI .. beautllvl loll hi N WIwtlan well lenoacaprd lot lust in muss tram IPM.xlPM.lUIN; .
RIAL I1TATI CCHLIQI Ioc..... Mlacenl to on Iran ,.",...1110. OWNS WILL n* down payment nil PM W. NPLCompare
CLASSES IMAM limits' wttti. paved alreata, aawtr. tlNANCIlNOMI ly owner. Call fHoun. can with iH ether 1bldto0m Haw Cyprat Lows. *f Ik* Party SlMto

NOW 'OIMINO. IEOINNINO city w..... AIM' larwa loft anal MARY MOELLER REALTOR I bam, fully tlr Clot r lulakMtlMf Hi Grand Opnln ky Hrln/ a dolly

Doc. Jr. .1 7. '.M. ana. an Weld Read knt" I solo Oil LAKI 1 badrs..n. Hit w. Unw Ave >* earn howea"*YOU'IL IUY IT Chilly .1 J lurktUa Spdll thrauakaiit ISO, walk Tk* atmejpked -
111 W. Uo''". A... PI 0-301: ,. Milt a* .,.,,,. Sows paympnl"' Ivi ball, contemporary hem an TIMI nwdali III.71 anyaur MI ipaiial. t... wish Natural
and tsrn1i ar.autood.M.CamI Ins Ml outline city IMlts-RI. .... .F tk. H) ri|*
6 .ld af tka HaHda Keys .*.
lloo.n In.II DUCIO TO Ml.KO, gyptaii pnlln
1 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! V. Q. MCC:.. 311770. L kancea1 ky lrt B|hRS. Jam the laninil *r*N
LAID I Nary 4 aadnem hwn. hiavrvienl LASSITER kanoaKa 6laivlllai/ " krfrk.l
Man-wamaii ,12. Hart Man\ i. RAILROADSIDING > Ml tertKin. OW"" oreun1 tk. *.
li 11 MM Praparalary trill MUST MLLI MAKI U| AN OP- A ''.......... "l-preusIN' .,.c. Mil

Its until apMlntod, TKouunda of LOT .UI. REALTY perkiR 'e 1.r.r orobUni' a* Map ky af ray". .luperlenca kifwmallaan wall..' 111741 1 loco _lot 151 woo.. NtA ink. _UNIVIIIITY N00s. IIVSy. "- Levy_00000 t bitsMfr ,..j| froeii I A.M. t* 2 A.M. f r pled Itllawikfp

Ion. .Hari' ,,, raqulramanti roll_ 1141.5. Will racy bMMl.p John Merrill 500000'S Unite nets 3 Sid.rslPk POUR tlDDOOMI.. Mtrll toot, Nk lad s dlrlni. Mot toalry plctl ye up.
Wrist TODAY .,..... name ac.. Oe IUIt ......... OI01' 001111" 1 MtS, end "let Pleosro J. J. PIMW ( :
Iran and phona Lincoln tan.. tory ..... P1 _J. Realtor Room. A atvdy whicb to completely r.r* |I.,M* VMI 1101 -'!. .

lei Iw 44IM, Cilnaavllla' sun Moans located aa a largo WiUK l" Nta' Wink SPOTLIGHT
.y OWNID, MWllllll pals. MIN .. Mulllpl'* lutingPlwn wooded lot. waning' ...,.... to TWO lIDtOOWl CCt MIN Ilk ;
NwnOwosl. Only
Unlvinlty ol Plorlde.LAP.OI 1,11.55.,0
K MO. IMP prlvllMt 11bwllnf PP. LIMB
KhOOL US* Omm 4 Lass HIM Prm
trot _'01. 0\ ... ..... and Ilinina. m lit. IW AieociateiMarc.ill : N toss
Nknnow '''M'L Y. "kuf NW harm dbedroom.
rr Pardl :
0, Mu, 11..1. .. k dllm4TTIACTIVI
Sill, ,: mIs. Is 1.wr1 W. H. .udI......." I both, family ram loss llsmastosd Oo/mHMn.. pININO-DANCINa *
Lwo weeded loft rel 1tin,510 .IwrNm' ".....,. III k AMUSEMENTS DINING I
living room. beautifully lendacae.
faA4U Real Estate Exam 4 AMOCIATII INC. *dyrd.carpeting. MULTI LIVIL .O..I O or n. ""'.1 .. Rila. ..II. a 10,5 d"au"M|
s. RIALTOR II I bain home In Northwait PALM LAN" MNMbM" M ..,. INNC11Na11 .

ATTINO Plrat toaatn fma.mi t2' w. Unto' rutv PROUD TO 'USINT This now near !M'"I: ; ,room hielIII 1bulllt Open verynitM" far your an- Inlay aMkataaaen taedtlStHOONfcR llaek H om, l>narfe*> 3Mr

Add wit I WMm.P' to cNrudacaratS NW am n can inrrfIMOP.THAND I ACKI LOT I. talnl prk ..... IIol1M. ,I story.. homo 1ft ....."... .JO* with, a cellnl fmanclng 157111101 Nom f A.M. t* | A.M. ROOM *. Cecmal Haur I to ,.I
towels. chft. m5.. w.; INOLIIM 10 mow Iran O.'... IIII 015. 11. GREENDEATON pellt51 lsM .rolol. Pear Sod.Coen. 4 LOW DOWN PAYMINT. Prod lurs ry 1OVICS, Dine by cemrteHanttOATIMOUH tar lilt prlc. *f 1.0.5.
1111 0IyCk. Civil larvK. ..... N L"' Ails sow .5obtPd SLod. 310 ball, 0.001 I-I nail.CIS HM WelM .... 1.0-eAU IIIFAulANT Ill ',I I A M to lobby OrmiiCamb
Training lirplr' end 1011111 elM
Sent. ,.. Down 1 1S1 toll w. Univ. Awe
lecretarlel Coo,... 057,11 10.11 N wail NOITNIAIT. TM comfort I kllhome I P.nfiard Parnari" artnaptra. -
eolll tiv.
Ji.t DUCKYI Irlohtan yau, -<10...t Now ',,",' /- wits al 1. Of 110 pr mo. WIN, 1145.7015 IN I ItMrat* faaturM big let. fenced in PUNIANOArnueemenl -Old:; iii4 1s1; Sew IWO I.W inn It PPJ 1511 >L
'1_. NUN tueita w/'HI aniloof NOW.lL'S .USlNIlI COLLIGIIle M loasol.' P5,50. 01.74 lovely Plerld, rm'u"t'" Hr: back yard Lana l0 D* cwtib.Perth I CanterOamea landwiehet (ra CroamAOWROOTBEERiTANO *
naiphil aucki. laiy Hlte h. a W. Uoi. A... PR, .>>0'. I. ). FINLIY Mae Tftl. 101. It a0. toss Ibrw pond 'od NodrlI00l.. M M Irma and airN AOVKTIll TH' .y

Pattarn Sill lamlly rha naetti ISIS of hem : *. Mel IIKW 4 W*, M "avail- oiatCToav -
Ovll'* Musk Teacher Aim. 55 Ssaullt 1101 MmS.IIITULLNT 1111 *..' univariily Ava ( .11,. 'M.LARRY'S.
.tin clots In coins tor thlpattarn 4 IP. I .."". Pit. ....., Central lied *uyr.
Will teach ...'0..' ar advene*< vrM M uKt towel, m""">ybMrlnt located within _
add .II Cents tor aadpatlirn AIM' I hp tool.1,11155 I .."" ..., 1.101I. It
for lit-claii' tuointa of any age. Itudla mltotaled PMM Inn Mocki af Hi* Klwal Paved MOMS POI CMHIITVAII Mv. KANT TO TACO AND HAtS Pill
malllni anapaclal 4H-III4 5111104 ShIw 51011 0105 and d,0 mil I Mraowm / DININO-MUSIC -
handllnc land k Lou,. er M-Mll Itreata Baautltvl Iheded tot- ::JIII" Into MM .Imool Row I II S Why H. Tryladite
0.Lot rlcMCUMIKy M loll sow
wall mtral. (
W..lor. '......'11. Inn Naadiicratl pens Many Lest VIle: property Ii kl avcailmt con.dlllan .. pain home m lime to, mo Hil.daya yeVf car NOAINSSVILLI loll Wool U.I.'ty' AwMnOPIN COCKTAILS :
S5.// P.. II" : 4050 1yna1 and "NnIood1 M tco
Dapl. P. O. IM '''. 0'01' 21 Uveiteck b Suppliei, Jowl oy C.WINIFRED. Priced tinder |l? 000 4 Mve ma Hemeitoadliempten If MUUU A OATOL
Challis' llatlan. New hint 11. Can be PHA llnancad will tow SON0 FMhireilarg MINIAURIACIWAY' 'ASH'ONi i'i 'M"1tiy I GENERAL GAINES 4

N. v. Print plainly PAT T S IMUMIR. N LIARN TO licel.5IIN H. CRAWFORD dawn payment Lot ua allow LACK ACHU TrMllldul" 1 bad IP, emrat D*. FamilyMl I W. 1101... $05. 00 $151011 CIDAIII KIT MULLS STEAK ROOM .

NAM, ADDP.IH an b.e bib'. .0..coll.IN N you sous" fens property belor ,OIl f btm ...... wi" livx" Pa.m calls cllro.'or., /'h In loll
or Was1rs room Prldav. .I P. M. I "
In ft.rurln u Prkn and CM
.. with built *
PHIHll. In kltman *
leglnnari claim Hart Men" Dee L.K' ... .. .." dlokts rpm. bur05n. 5510. ......-. t_ HUMPTY DUMPfYm leas preparad to yew tow
,. 1SOO NW nth llvd or cal ii AO' I mllot Nun M Nu rs.SOR lip nay OIIN 5roWiS, 10..1. DINING .
NIW POK 1NSI MO deilgnl .....,. INCOME PROPERTY Iral he.1 4 AlP aenllonln' Igdoubto NW inn n. an aur PM tirnMciidav Ink
in..ll alter t P M. for prkti. iMDtra tuiil M kiHiwi, CnlnlIwil
Am in ton .
on .0. im. iw lilt n M, .*? *.
aihlotil to Unit crachel tharavarl NHSDUTCH
irate It lowing tor i property
Initructlan I 'by Marvin, ..11. IUWMIP. HOMIl van then IU.OC: load worlh Illl ITALY IN GAINEWILLtr1 LORD BYR
Plui I PIll Miiamt, amIraMary -- with an Income tot n anew you
olll'' 0101_ send II ATTINTION CATTLIMINSlratet mouth at SmmnnM mvarlarga 1 Mi nice I Sloth' dupiei Punyfutnlalwd II.W LIITINO. ..1.....' low 3 Na,6r010y MASS AN OPPI 4 have your DIN by candlelight In th* Mli"'M TREAT COCKTAIL *
cents tor M* NaMiacrafl' Cataloc, home-grown gralnl I* lilt t II. CCI cetnplolip sill per mantli ... I M/h. _troll r NN1N tilth renewed I* earn ClauilPHONI 11II .........'. ot 115111MANASO IOUN6IS *
limit ky gram with CPl10S : i':: larga llraeiac An coma Good condlllon and .tore* woo sir oNwinoned' M15rge I I ".iTAURAHTiaciiiie 1150 W. 1,10 A01. *
VALUII II COMPLITI QUILT Tn Hind Cattle luepllmen la 4. traih valar lllhlngmnarwan lien P..*d ItrMtl TM prk. 01 iIOI lot ill WlmasrlyO1t11as. In Laugne, PIDO 0" I. SOUPS A DAY i
PATTERNS In daima. new dull !. mail economical pwrcaprota 1"; parNtlM. WymarYowuai la .*._.bI.. You Mould lnvetigate .> SUlt In 11105051 l ulw end tlher delktov IIMIM Peed. TDWICN/1-ROAl/1( ; ', CVpRll
look Per batlnncrt, escort.. lam ,... Pats' ,. mil Lin batord yw ..... Call PR, 378-1521 IIH Mawmarn U. HI '.M CO'N'D SOAP. TUII"n. Wl LOUNDIllll
M cents nawl FMX Olln.ivllli' or Alacnullit _Cob"._Poe 2 1617. INIXPINIIVt .kutroMII "don* VI MM lead MalorsADVERTISE PAIfPAMIIcrlllll | AlmiiaMra lefT Mull.

NW lIlt It.rtHU ILAU.'O"T. LOT noon J.bMes. in toot aMiiwi. solid IAI.MM 1. My" L...".... 1.51tso LewenMeu M lap eautlrvliy/ lrtotny, .

411.Ht .o im Own, IN ma. McMEEKIN LAKE Mr font luilnni.UNIVIKSITV Win I. Illl H...",, AatMlal SHELLIY _OrbWs HW 1151 As 'OI I1. LII. hem_

FIMALI HELP WANTED weijH MARLS, i black anwhite Call, Otmar II II yen an wanting year round Id ...11" ..._"... II* W. Oil. Av..laM NW 111 AyOT4MI !_ =
II ". Nn .llHM
I aorreil. 1 Ins Skid PR tISN home lltuated an I beautiful lake 1i rmtrklx'C"wMMUM" M KM 11. .lal ... .__ IN THE tor dallveryHOMeTcOOKINd I
outtll Phone lu-mt WlllUlon attractive prwrty eanilitm r ADVERTISE!!: IN THE:
wss11 suns tail, ,..... 111.51. 0"11 ) PLAVOIcnkWn
WANTED Ilprl Itoctd w.II'"" IS HdUMt her s... of 11501..nI forty acrea
M tor all Mini" 11 CAlVIl. Snot bred 510151Cwlten b* Idea-! M I 11I-10." roam boo III', p000ro WIIO 011 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY lea Peed. tle4MCempiata
Larry Rtataurentini Dairy P.rPs Inc.. Napiano. .. fireplace meMnry conatrvolionWall cloy IIPIII. Mul NO GITY IAN.PS. dlnnarl Iron II cenrtaarvtn
W. Unlv A.a. ., ,10. I IP., caraortt (CM. I yean old. "landicapid aarlnklerayttom SERVICE DIRECTORY Inn I AM to PM SERVICE DIRECTORYTO
Call "'.Im lull.In.ill, Occupancy lr CnrlM.mat. IJIG fl let* frontagetocattd I TOWN Mflul IIITAUDANr
.IIIIL lor 5Mnal ftloInnII1,. ew. UM dawn and oamrn l>| n mlea laif afealneavtll M.M.PARRISH .Of fit Many' wanSPaenddp elsa IW HW It_ r
ream, all madam cenvanlancaiulraf par ma Alia' lumllur* ...II.h''.. '* t ml IMHI *f lilt 0151 -
fond 01 nt110non. r e t lrsntos .. IOPITSVSUmiU'OODLII 1741 NW ISIS Tar Call 1M-431I Palan* "full the pier' len In.tl42
Send rp>l>ol. writ. 1I1C1"n' tpslttpd I II. cci real living and good Inning LIST YOUR RESTAURANT -
M,.. W. tudier, 10201 Iii, and PMmgew lar tail ISO I.Ml?. OAINUVILH
Kom.. uoa M on* INS avarpaymanla Call moMtmentf IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDI
raadvlaw Ortva. lay Har.* ililana1 iron Ul to in win papar I*. at Ul pot all Incllaiai. UPHOLSTERY Of I

Miami laaen, ".. Pnona MJ-na.: Trenton Pla. In Sod Mores ....... ASSOCIATES AIJOCIATII. INCH i IM MW' im iiPfM 1411. *
.... CALL
CLIANINO WOMAN tor ..,., Sac i Aii OILMAN IKISPNERD .10051, Aft.' I ... WI o1N J. Prey Pop rayna luttarwrthCal Wayne Hill Milan vVanan' ) ..11III-.PHMthwry > eP -

.. Will pick op In MtlmeKavalana AI "ud Slate end lOll. Slot NW IIIS SL J. W. Civil N J. WlltehlrgMultlpl Carolyn Pealey Mary ParrlOII I .

Hot .'.. Call 4 )1M3aflar 378.t 025 SAY DIP.ICT PROM lull DIP. Lhttng N I. Pint II. Tal. I1U1 .
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Nits raifucH. na cwnmlHlon. 3
OOKKIIPt, I* ton IM per SLACK MALI I kattn, tinnan., aqulpI "' W WSW8lt
005K. MIDICAL ASSIST ANT mlolOfuro po55lo, ACC I.r.N. 'HA or VA "ot NI 1Itt I".

"tnmMMN. 1110 par mo. Pit. Call vt-uu alter I P.M. NuN Idwwl, ,. ".."n.i. .

IONN.L C/LATIN 101 NW 155Ay. ENGLISH SHEPHERD dwell' ,or.... "lar.* M, 1e
Puppua i tor pall, waicn, and Clad central Mat kltcKan n>r..,

COCKTAIL WAITRESS PI KttU. arMiaway. ml IW JOIN at. Phait

, Over n. Apply In Mrian to ThlrttyOltor EITTINi I werkl lid, Burl, *U 1714

all NW 13111 It and cut Grins call ..... en AT LAST .
'or" to, PaIOu.
to ll. -m sod tot
Wanted lady care
Call n>>n. IIY DIMANOIMugli
4 maa aid baby In exthanae tot

In* room and board Apply" 411 HUM HTTIP. pupplea, I not., .
.dw...... ,... kia ratvrnMWITH
NI NN Au. tnala Ill, t M. AK(
miitared Mrmed, MrmanenUMII 10 NttI ..1Kwonw

II M.I Help W.ntaa1 Meal pan, goad watcl
aoai. Priena PP. 47>.. O All krkk fnntl
Reel piailar. oalll

Draaaad wall, K II eat* > 'ormni cablnatllottfM
OPENINGS Live, prkM accerdlnf to 1 lennil
s.5. auenllty4U.IHI O Air caMllunlfif
SAMPLE DISTRIBUTORSW I Alatya' *. PtorKa 514Ise 1".171"

1 end d 1"-.,'.

lava an Immediate neat torabi I 12 Mdkil H.... **r Sfld
bodied, you* man to dos I $ IOOCASHVA smflRT Sflnto. SHOP HERE

tribuia umpiaa al aur .produciikt 111 sal PT IvrnlWied trailer, PROM fl .

IM Oanatvllie' area HIM I sir eanditionad. heated, win' 10.
rnvr day Tranipartatlon prov* 11 e._. ..ell....' cOd1114'. .$750 CASH FHA.
.... Sal.. paid' _I.. Applkcanti l
ry II.Wl. PP. lena attar I PM.
ineuM apply' raady to work S._... N 555/01 "Awns awry

M nUll stint and la an Pr''d'. III Ul TODAY day H.", .
II 1.11 AM II ,...". Slate IwPi000tItt tor S deal mat will aatlity you W* are an* kulidtivj M beautiful

.....''e.. .II.W Sod and Slur l you many brlajnt Chrlitmaueii Ills M Wo.laaniln, f /oCDad ejtll C1fI' Gifts f r
Awe. 14 yi.. untlnuM Mooill joCl

TRAINEES Mama" BUTTS PUIIMII In MOBILE North Pier'da. HUGH Mom T nlo /or Dau h er

We have apanlrqa" lor Iw* kava Wr EDWARDS, MltcnaM M wel N prliebc <.
Ira 0''.... HOMES INC. l
lab '
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Tram PMrld* and leumarnalalaa. INC. .t The FREE DuaHn* P w4er mill. II
NW inn It al tin '1. Y.E THI TACKll BOX
Trenipertellen nirnlinedlea 411 Na. al City Unite.Open 1927 NW 39TH DH f. Unlv AM al inn II, |lr* Mrry HIM Up pemane VI IlllIhep M Ill. A,. ben ChrtiMua draomi moalal -
lob Lawranion ., Male Ta. I AM M I PM 7101011 MILK Wllrl CKAILIII Cwt Mrt Crenthow anM> A plan ,.. lm *
bar, II 441 I PrMiy snip 1 Ntal CLOIIO IUNOAVI 178.7971 lfl/010 wIRI N veur hem tru at I P.* It Stws'S wMaiaM

.. Ma ".nana cam "It 14tSR4W1g10.NI..VK/WI0 BIG 20" COLORFUL prttea. Call V* Ml* IT writ*
I ./ OWN I* I ... carpert list
P.O. lea ,5.. ( .
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NOMfl01N Main cAM 4 Huaalni MlalMl ; 141 Par Hi* *m Ma weuk __,... Gills,
W 111151. wn.11 Ilia MO. A.'11 (artllKitoVeari .
MEN ONnnlp. asulty. .
3752105 It OTM47 Maul Mir WINOVIIIM avvt to> Soup ale. for ion .... PI. NlVwcufVllt'4

WANTED IUY DIIICT PROM lull Oil I If 01..... Ir.celef' W. Unlv Av*. PI f Ml
Heon.I' M aM cammlwien. Pereoa afHwnea WIN Parttipn af ".. mlrrer CIIIMIMAI 001(141

Mull be haw__cKauWaur-a Pamlllar with, 12' WIDES model. Tna 1010 1401 Gold' $225 ................................. rill, 0, 51115. or" Pw00 TO MA.| ''''IITII\II. PUN NOW UNy1L CN/ISMAI
.... bso'' Wilt 00odisnf .'" WCOama .. P'"l
Ouarantaed CentoM at P 01. ,
fttloenllla ana na N. w pm A01Mr, HUlawatda. HATCHER'S Jfvtltn PITTSBURGHPLATE p.Is.orlll .
eemmllilana, I day week 2 BR under $4,000USE W A Nb0' CIIAIII I !"> IM* M'H, II M
any plus ..... > ,
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pO. 1'1
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paid Mlldaya and vacation Apply 4 1. Univ. A... n t-ttn leap pn I Lariat, II MITUOlO A1crCL1
In pane" laiurMy lit men.ciNAOA OUR i iLT'7 IN KITCNIN, can. Keel acwPNosnraa0 a GLASS CO. 5510511510' ell 0 ,.... A6na1

DOT IOTTLINO CO4M RENTAL PURCHASE I I*. I* batna. taat far |ianawHy 10/10, 0145 MW ISIS Ian, I..]....*l Nl Hr< A..., ftalnaivllM.' PLAN solo man PHA daw pey.ewnl 11, .1515 7J4 N Main VtlUI, .5K1045WVU SWI101WA '

Pip I Loner _... 4000 poonsn f l7a-lH or win Will Mew nnauir. lit Nl trade twII Moth w m *= ou the Iowa yoarl 0111'S1/y1eOIO/Yr. .ftt.fut.1....... MM CAN lit eiMrd S C5rltoias to me e.your 10005a11 Man

WATCMMAKIP. lel war k.lr4jcondtlanai TOTAL COlT lot Iwo,. trailer 410. ciwHfmM appiianca > CNIIITWAI IPICIAll wP MO awn pond mr
ur, or AHtNOyMAN PPJ tfUle ana toa aid tor "to'
milt be .....-... O. CONTIACy WNL It lilt ON menf dWrlnel, coronet fromMM -
and nave Pie. Hcame. Mr Tgrt- ..,. UntntOmSEY w111lNe SELL AT COST to 'ieuin.t151 adyM4 Gilt KIWIUL. IAIOWIN 4 LOWLY a tan4erd brand al Iwtwma sore.r 1 a5. b..1pPaso

Jewelry Oept J. M Pda! __ lovary new Al* Home b) Malar fMNI/ISIpOlpfl/1/151g1t1/ 05r1W' .15515 c. oOMtnN Mow '* pits. Mom A. Oe*III WIHI. am (000011115 lltuty TALON
s DAD AND BRAD lARSEN Oarden ... Ml. I a* cempue en Ow for 1150 MO INTHHtCa. .rawly Unfit or 0. 4u Itt, *uy N t p.uL d
bmVt-IN GROCERY 7KM plntn.M Pt51. .ndll 115115 ** ciaaitiicaitoii
441. ._Hut wee*** let* torM UNIVIPUL PMKIILTWIMMMCCl r AS cop.
TRAINEES un df will lOt ktterael ail Iar
MANAGER Tic .. IAII *. Will nagetieie "roe Ortv Ha l*. pay
rand ,_ jrux r 371 y.5 MM M Ply Moon, ..... .....'aVww.
WANTED On It. I* I mm I. I. f any Putty pwtonMtl soils bulllM .516 GIr1S Of ELEGANCE new ,. rCnrlitmM .
r7 moss pwrvkaied
Moe' II to e tor m,"_ Mane 1.Nln0111 pan. Par llunotod. AMinena 1* INS lAyiNOII 1.--
w'tJac0lMs 7 MoN Dtr. 1r1a SOnrldSYa I tomWHeat 1505. leeuier /INN Vo/N. tor
po111Nn, a.a..toa I MIK carport o
Her wardrae* M bat Ae PO pi** attor avtno ea Imanm
011I........ Paid vacation and anvr N 555 M 111155% ..I1 mla aact lew only 5 10..uryCNe tor Iw* yeara. Aa IHtw M I

I .Ir_ banatlli wow ejjail t-ton A-C. itM pat 51P at. CartllwaMa, H aem dawn III ..-
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.. 1M."i"i n.a a I N ytorevar BLANCH'SHI
tim* amptaymaol Sad Isb Nil P 1 maralivj
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TWO 1\1I111 aptlsaCI' anfanliI0.IW 5515115,,-5001 T,0It50.OalVs ........-. JWK-- 1. ow1NIWWURfrtrt.Ur. Gifts for lot HI ...* pool:. merkl OIl k*) III'. f* find a |lft for ...".". .11 y.", Iht.Ui .
1IodI'ns.rs_01 ass 1.1011 1011..._too "ro' -M NON A leeutllwl M" *f lamp tarty randdad ..,It..r t' I..AIU" CMIIYan ,n. hinrfy form k.Uw I. ... > !>.
.... 011I.. "" "" D aN Sow 0N7a America 5..M.1001, ProvMwial Iw..1 11..' L
suwan 2504.55 '...APln.r ..'_ OYI Y/(5.115 ,... "II II.""
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lot P
11,511e. 'Nwea'f; n1wevlSpa 17N00s U Matte .........$.........-... y
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lot 4777105..5 I Pad 1A Pot NW LOCATION tor eat* S"..... W10NSt tlCK 4 let Th* law **lrenoawd CCA VMS, i; rt. 'J ,
and ..Nods.Aa -OIl HOP* PUIN coIII 1r pip and T11 55101 ban.. 1Co_
M..4y. FEDERAL QUALITY c-- It 000.1 lo00s1M IW lit Awe P1, .tn M h aneewKiwi to *. .irio Irojw n I H e.. (wqStf10K1IWuf'ft.'t0WW'cS0 I 11010. New I'."!
TP.ACTOI JAI\MAII nOMES INC Mm olowal N.45. Pats aO d M ..r I'll --_ '
,__ ,..ft.... 111M $0011. .1Nw,11's -.. ,...... ..... M MISTS l 111 ft I00<| VAiifty iro'alM ,
'LOIII'DA MD'O' A e/WIP. Co.m '" 14111 Wad 1054500 115.5 0150.. 140 _OIl ,1e. 05.1r M iu n M Ate $1100. M Ae tnkfM -
I. MIVI It. 001/1 wn a110.y 15RI40O1 .W1104rv.'ffeet.olOltr 1- T,
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III--- en N lane Ir aps100N4
SaE Snluks --
to nwwa 51011.ITT.11000. a ALIKl PVAMASto Gifts
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.lIgr Ma Stools 000 *00anW or e_ eKtoM /or Girls a COY"IoIS 1S.5. I
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..... aaPaan n lad p50550 05555. 105100.1to. I. p -
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11 Tsai Now PineS CaMlto 1'tKZ'N to pole la .
50d. .5/55101 sop W OI Y
....., -..... .Son Mow ..- ISO.Ilaa rear 1.010 MwL.Y. wan. tI CArMSwIa ':' ITMWiN IlllPCM MIIGM.051._

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-6 41.w.NT.o r1Ne. OUR lUSlNfSS" III 55 WaNsoN 72 rn.N CeI..d Papal Co5Ot .......................-........ : w WM A.* W 711.if MILKMAM- --- I
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A' 5101.eo..w. MII 1npdw p. s S pa. .....u..YOU.(1.' ." ..... Ns L'MOtTMAN--
5..1.0 lo W. AloctwnC. pale BAIRD MOBILE solos / N.. ANanbllwws of 1/100 5eoP55 Mr 1010 _t a ..
cow's 045/ST Pro fM ..p. pialilP 10r.Aan1 5eo1 ww W. -.
t;. Dew.A. I D1 .MwN1l HOMES J.W.KIRKPATRICK. I. ,_. n- w wea 751S
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0110 N. M,0. r ps0 t.rTMwnif MNM I- ew MnS.MF

.. IEYCI $50 1$0111 I MUTADWT S's/IS A Vl1D'1AA LP yn MSUIMAC

P.1 o s,01 My ll /dap0.4 $ 1I..hd A M I.Pttll I)

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ICIt 110LR 52153041I c' YeW PRACE, cnuo 100.YaN 7551 WCP' 7A01I R / (PARE tAK }11 t5. PVIIMACSS W 4CSlt
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*k Clean out the Cloiote & Utility Room Now-Pick up extra ceih Person to person ads ere for non commercial,. tilling merchondiie prieid .

1 10 4 P 3 at $100 or less with the telling price stated in the od. No additional cocti. for ads that require the full 10 day* No refunds for ads that :

SAYS LINES ttm9 quicker action.

I DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad. rfe',

for Mmm IS Homo for S.I.ottor .
: ; 15 HOMOO fW $..1.Htt IS H.MM. for Sale IS Ho.w. for Sol. IS Mo *
'. 3BL3 1>1'0. sI41y. dO.bll C... I DO. 3 blISS. ocrwn.d IIOI'Ch ..... WILL A"PT ANY REASONABLE THE TIMEIS O vII"pi
'III ...11I ....... .Ii P101. 1'..",. MM. by ..... coin ofU,50 cent port, hoot, 1-ton A-C 11.,7SO ... .5. .Ir _dlllo..r. TV 5115.00. ID, Flo. m. ....III.I..-.. sod 01"nv.t
aw'ronl"' '.''. $ on tormi of .1500 (town wW dn,. no .... .120 SI l..nTir ftOl' 50111001 I.. $410 -.,. l's. whlto ,..._ floor OM ot 1391 A'ATE.S.II'\A r.
Cell :37101015 $ monthly. PMMI.MTIP.IMINT and ".bln_. Fl "7tM.CLOU not por III.. pool mb II Mth Avo. or eoll FR .159. NOW. ACROSS M AR II $ T .. ..
OHI -I ,". Till both. If'.. IPKIAL' C ....10.. ovolloDio ,.... lit -,. 1511Nl & .wS
II' L-. OX oro.. mock Dor '.bI.. _von""lIy" 10<.,.... llWNI to ochool. I lit. I ..,"' mn 81. ,It t5M. FRED 1. Tender 32. Cr long 111' _II ... *. II I t W
o I Ii Kit. Foncdd polio, itwfy & ,5I 05 homo on lang IUxl4S lot with 6. 33. Burdened -
11005 Itt _. ..W.lI. ciosid dlnl"g5W* II'insocing 100 ..I.. 0.. l.nk... In N* action. 5 I lit fr..... wild ..11oo'.. lln.ll Honey 35.Csrwsx R ICE.: It P A I) .I R C -
: HI.. 4'W :r'A"T.r: I VtBW pond'.rr.nooct. C.II AlochVI Prleo tISOt Phono 1710730. King MI 5a x 121 tot ARNOLD Do You Hove badger PAW t A C ... 0511SI'
.,.... .... A 5
.. 2005 or 17U067. 175.2415Iffi. POM ihodo lnM n.lartatiIS. dtjr .
1 BR. I bitti Cotonlol. Control : lA : Politic FINLEY AREAPHA loon knimrilito, HIM occv Mtb_anSI. $400 II,. room down REALTOR A Room.Apartment. Pet to awing 17. for each TV IP. "I t sI

o. noott .Ir-condltlonlng. Ufc- 'v I .". 1 0.ltV> ..." Pinosoc.dIlsdrs.lI1lSllIbSlsIni ml 171 monthly. IN It tt Ho NW LoI.--INVESTMENT PROPERTY tip 38. AchICY. V I I t CU. ,:
SOD. Will eonoldor 105*. Own $ J(1W(
coMlng. FMA doW' Um. Avo and phono Fit 47170.RI .homM hAp tor or "t
mm prop.orty Nearly meat 11"
C i.nd.y 54 or $0 '"" boson :: loo .. :,' 54 ooutllul. poy builnoM I : I -
month In pood blur hcitiont >
L.ue'l.not NW.. SOIl Co. "Awl...2251.McKMoyCo* 1250 55. In.7m. Pomlly.'SoloCnlr.I dining room A .YOU MOVINO TO OCALAt : wo ,hove ono pricid otHO House to Rent? 15. Owes drat 41. Heather _I!. '-_ _I'i' !_T ._Ai'lL R 5.151'tar''
.1 Slop torn 'In OcolO Flo. t PR, UO end onothor (I 511,7* 16. OppOiIte or fenua
ttoit I bitm now Jr. coUogo enmenfiry CIA 55 Hr P0054515.559. lloso I ANt L. l"t I" S J! W'V'
m3P1GladYISml'h'R.altar iclualo and 43. Thorough SlId
Wwpping con-
I I tor On lirgo 1 londicopid tot Will PHOHI ITt-ml REMEMBER- 17. Petroleum hro SOLUTION Of YISTUDATS PUZZU4V .,...
COMPARE! tm M Univonlty_Avo. tod. tic Wmllor homo .la for ._In'-' to ooo tills t bodon 19. Medicine phorIPOC'
-- Oonnvllto. Prtao ,rong from Y0I10 540005 .I'h tssdw..d ".... A Hackneyed S.Mdodld I
in, rental vacancy abbr. : 2.lup SON
ooo to 110.000 coll McKinney booutllully 1 IOMKOPM: lot. *
New Brick Homes Onon R..II_ ITt-utr. Priced ., II].OM with MM down 20. Inaccuracy 4Stto S. Notoriety P. .ThoMwheeutarowi tl07ffi

THESE HOME VALUES IIISt.h. and W3 to 'por month t. qvdlltledPHA COSTS YOU MORE! 22.Nourl heJ 4T.Frul1 decay 4. Ike'iww

." FoitorHolfjhH YOU ASKED buyer. 2 4.Cum rain, command 10.VamlllL stiigredleni !)oW''.
YOU BUY than the ad that Spots
BEFORE SEDUCED J.CaUlna. f 540 I I11I1t
FOR In! .. ... 27.Poverty 45.1.oycrf'ood
Now O4.MO aol r Itoo II. S 375.1
I t 4 __.. ..II'.... tltdfrM .renj dining' room, PtorMo room will rent it! 29.Liturgy ceoui U.Filii x
j SAVh'w owlpmont con. hoot, VA nodown $65 MO. with Control "holt andIrcondltlonlng 31.Volcanic DOWN (I. .Deacrt 1I.l'na1ll Il.
_ont. PHA from 1700 ook onrl. Two- 20.AmltatlMI
dcWf5-415 5101100005150 2&3 BEDROOMS cir girogo lmm.dlit., occupon mud 1.Spoke* T.Aatringent 51 OfIk.
cy. Dill MM NOWI Here's what your bird
HOME C. It.l lulMoro, si. I 0.,_ t CorptrtgPloittrod rr .r r iiT ILModcot23.&ali. '"'"
NEW > Imp
NW. in* Pttt 4 4th ItrowiOPIN I ACP.I LOT
MOUII DAIly mill Oil Nowborry .P.ood'-Appre" vacancy W'p' '
BEFORE DECEMBER 31 CM ITMM or vo-m. S a .ul"Formic.'" kltchcnoTtrroao coblnotl S 11I11. sot- tUM. YOU : 2t.BcfC7ft lalla '"
I doors 25. Exact A"
E HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION I All cOy .151510., COMPANY until it Is rented: I I--26.Ioo.dy
S 'idowai5s jJ __fabrte
Multiple Lilting Hamtnf' -
SHOWN lY ADVAMCiArPOIMTMIHT HIP W. Univ. A... I7M591Auoclitoo : ; ': : 28. MucWt1
.......1"11I.11III.111111I.1111I1111II" : ONLY (p (IIJevdtlpllwll/, $11,250.$12,550 Jono Coldw.ll IF RENT: YOUR LOSSIS ; ... heroin.SO. : SO.l0'i"
c 117 I. Univ. Aw. Jim aiwppord lob KMkntM do 1w.
tomfortoblo homo far P. W. Hodgo Jimmy Crown. : : Hippie J n
: f&1ow1105' .. rudY Hr Lore I lorgo* lomlly. 4 PP. 4 : (,. $100 CASH VA W.terltocld.rd, : PER DAY IS; ( against 50 i'"

Ilcy. SatIns nan nmlh O"MW, inomar FPJOM : : 34.CoIleguS "boll.saw..,
room, parlor, dining' room SPACIOUS MO per mo. .. 11.. per diy -
$395 fidal ....
ocroonod porch, Ii.f726 ,
dlnotto A ) Ixdrootn 2 bath 5
: now You ought to loo tOll lorgo 4 IK JiF '5
S.W. IJth Woy kitchon t* blOts down 5000CowsOvy horn. 3815 N.W, 8th t both homo 'M 'Iorl Pork. IN por me ? VM per diy 36. Begone
( Club' ......) piotoly otr eondltlonodl oil HUGH (...'Ilul londKopod lot 147X110. oo 38. A..p.., IHAIp110
4 III. >Vo bittii ".. no.rm. "" "'.Ift ppplloncoowondornilnwortuMty Avo. 3 Block from Etc Lowly neighborhood Over 2200 ass per me. .. tl.n per day T 9d. .
w4 oddlttonil ortir.tilnmont for 005 .....1.. m.nt.ry School and 5 EDWARDS Id. Pt. living ..... Prkod to Mil Av'
*n.> mony hiury *. ....... good Inwetmmt forbuilrmo Stocks from Junior High. quick. Call 171-4391 for Appt.FURNISHED" MO per ma. .. MM por day 3* Pretty mi 53315MAI
footuno, Vory mclullvoOKtlon. proporly lot IBpnnlmotoly -
/4 dainty
TON ..... and lift 130 5 ISTeHon.cenvortotton I Ml por p,.. ,. KM per doy _
pir III".. (Will dlmiiiID nocotury ""' W* build for dlicrlmlnit- NMJthStr I ,tfl A imoll. down poyment will move 4, 44i or 40. tat. rivef
o '. flntnclol prrongc Ing p opl. >, ho jpproxlot. N !. 28th Avo. you into tIllS mot 1 PR I MISt PI per ",.. nn per dey 41.Wan..D .
10,005.1 I I Cl .home I In convenient Nl tocotlon 47' 4' 4%. nUh.
sound construction and 376.7978PUNNING I Completely f ,ft'_. 171 per ..... .. MH per day 56WOOl
good planning Priced ot only p>300 / bland
flit N.W.ZSdsAve. NorwoodHope LOW COST 005 per me. ., .... per day U.COlIIcIII: <
4 ii., Ills bimi, IIOM ....., i
gut por ..... or 17000 ..... Pod W. built this on. and w. If you nwd monthly. povmonto W per ",.. .. UN per day _ eollOCle 0ed
( 111* mo.IKO aol proud of It. Piralpd TO wider IM then lot oe show you PorNm.24mln.- : 4P _,." 1l/3 _",
dinIng thlo nko t Si. 1 both homo In IM per ",.. .. MM per day
family '
room, separate elll'WO
NW. Only MM down PHA.
N.W. Ilrk '1. room living room, BUILD Iff per me .. f4.ll per day

11 .. i komt' not dn, nnTI5H.W. "H" Inc. lorgo .ntranc. foyor, lodddd 'r.ow''
PS1WIOIII.r sod lindKpd yard- UNIVERSITYREALTY HOC por mo. *00 SIr diy Si.

0 Trade Homes III x 150 foot lot. FOR QUALITY PLUS I IS Houiog for Sal. 41 RwiJontlol It..... 45 '." ... Aptp heR
W. CALL 378-1411
Ie,' St. LIT US GIVI YOU 3'10, I lulh, CB name, lirgelondKOped 16 APA'HMIiNTI.' Phww A. I. I EXCIPTIDIALLY NICE I BR .P' ."
I IN I boWs ton dn., 1117por or Property If you art Invgitlng In s till N MOM It. Ph 37KJJ1 YOUR lot, .,.., ox,,... H.r"", air, condltlonod.. tomotle M.'. e"!"7'WA'
.; hom., don't tok. a ANISTIMATIONYOUR W. M IWunno, .ReoltorAnot TO PLACE fee ot 1)25 Nl em It. Call VJo FR 65576. Ml pIll utllltlM. I03P NW liltAvo.
ALL OWt 110110I11 API .. I. McLeughlln, Front 0514 P.. I. Botey owner, mytlme pOol. v._.
OPIN P05 YOU TO( IN. chine. let ui gutrint NIW HOMIMAURICE P.oby Roy McConn T. C. Doug- SUN RENTAL w>..ii
joy 'IIIN! ANYTIM' 55 your compltjt. wtiifKtlon ''n. J'. WILL loll. lor HMO men opprolied Ono and two bodroom furnlihod,
YOU WILL JUIT 0AI.I with c.ntr.l' air condition WANT ADS value end only 131 down I anCCB APPROXIMATELY I] Acr IJOOI 1 and wHvnilihod oil

0, CIOTIOS 0 IIM .,.. 4lfl STOuT Ing ond heating and horde S. EARLY AMERICA .excellent...urn tocotlon call 174-4147. rnonyoxtro and I on from povod Johnson hlghwiy, Flo 121.jf WSOOi\ uroH ml oloctrM olr conditioning mtchoni ,.o.. .....iwlmmlng,,"' vII

I P* o-sni OP PH' 47fgMgnkdf > wood floor, .qulppod ATWATERHONI31'60 FIREPLACE HOME we et MH NI! 7th TMTIKOIT 4.011 and posIl mon'hly p 5moo's. yo Pool ono Mock from PKVongo .
kite'',," ,nd cuttom built Call.. 0.0., at P0. 1102.... .....,. Prom Hot par
All 5050 oot.rlor .' .INd I fclfj .
Heel lit... txhongeel
of Ho", ... CiblnoM 11.5,01 IlISDISCI pomMd S.M: ocrao I muss from torn goodInvwtmont month Rowrvo youro Bowl Cor.
JACK DE YOT .mlly '000 "511119.115 kilo Aocih.r, oriolIlsi, I.Iods I. only Sill ..... nOt' S W. lISts Aoutlol and IOITorroc. AIdo
51050 witS brOIStlIl _., ? conilluctIol. In W'mlllr'' WANT to IrIS 4 BR tomllyhome FOROYCI 4 ASSOCIATE INC. .. 374.4454
"-... .. *f Goliwovlllo ...I.tor.4 liokor isoishly 504.000,1 OsotralIwalimg I 1.,.,* Add you dIcoPslO'i .In JIM far elmller homo .hiGolnoivllle MALTOIN IFFICIINCV there bath ell
a. booms IS tIll I' ": by .Ooooi WrIts C. I. lam.sir' W Univ.. 17.,236ill ofMO1
Atwchfdi .1' coodIltoolOg tllllide' wppiled except ....
GAINESVILLI' HIW'IUSTIGI.UILDER .... I color ..: 0000. tail 739 lorIs Rd .. .
CIIoI. .
dsadwod 550550. your CU f.rm s0 ntw.y 7L Ilgt HIM w* or W .... 171-0411/
Roy Hill Carl SfoitgEmmott N W ...... ....11... ISorolSoslIsbIl. Lloyd Myrle'k. bclidsf 172.,..,. moon N. 01 L.... City. Good. loll for Information. sour 0 P.M.
H.II_., Reel I.,.,. Wonted"PROFfUon I ... loko, 70 scam In corn.
..... t I BEDROOM dupln. lee .' lot
'hi" 171.1511 BLACK ACRES >S Krn I In tlm. .1- In
Everything is I IR "houw In pMtur I"'" Prleo tllS poroero. SI I" St. lIS par III. POts.
ns N.W. tlthSf. CI.... I 1IocI...... I bills .homo wIth NW or SW Oolnemllie or with Tonont houw. 11 ....n PR .25.. '
hordwoot floorl. soon down Incl ...aIl.. "_0. Slams give hill. trolL I mignolln. Moot pictur.OMud liWLV OfCORATfO APT/do? I,
I j elating coil and dnpni. 1131mo. : Inlormetlon Write Box 441-A, MOelnoivllle Mlllng In thli aria High 'Nee otuftnti and couploe. wIll .
NEW andTROUBLEFREE I 0 4 ..d,..... Mo oll. InSHADOWIAWN Incl. toNM A Inwinnco.P.IDOWAV Sun bail broad low ovorlooklng IMO.II1001 lull 015110,. C./I/ Non do'e'
McCOY'S CONSTRUCTION down, wrlto Dm ftotvoi.Ovmor _....." 1713253 or _1371.
mttU or 174-XM1 FARM' WASTED U 10 1110 50r55 5a0 141 WIllIs IPFlo. I. e'b
ISTATIS I72-T070 wIlts or wllhout ....... Within or coll Tom Davis I 702.0577. FURNISMID APT. POR MINT
MACOMA P. D. OLIVER ONLY $100 DOWN IS mlM ot Solnowlllo. coll" 375. LaSs City. nr MO
OMIP.INOhMlvldutl 071 or wrlto M> NW Itth Avo. od, : t.lY ,=: fur. ..
I Tho" Jim W.I,., Corp. hoi I 4 Ibodroom POAO Imoll monthly poynrwfltt 5417' $
home.- HOMES INC. Will pimMd living I .. .. HOT LEAII TO S MATUNE.PIIPOtI0iOLP ,
,i in a brand' nevr I iron 'MODELSNow .01 for tolo hiOolnotvlllo. ADULTS WITH >nom 373.1055 or 174111.
gj Cwollly motorlol 4 wort.v .. Nowborry and It I Igh NO PKTI. WI EFFICIENCY APTs. ;;
.,..Ohl, I' living orool. Coll Jim Woltor NO CHIL0111I a or II ACRES *01750110. ... MO. 5.
THI A. community" you would ... : Cor*. oJMII. Ocolo, Pia.: NIIO HOMI UNPURNISHCO IN BEIT SECTION .11. III mill Wolt 55 City lImIts Micsp.y ....._ 1.4 $43 ,
Move Now Before I proud. *> lIsp In WITH out I IID .OO"S. I BATHS .H of pond ....... Dry pi .. Doc, Hit I bod-
Drlvo WMt on N W. Kill Open SULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN.PHONI ._.. 11,100 in ocro with ft,..... room mod,., .1,, condltlonodOHrtmonlo CLIN.
l colonlol outildo _.. Hit lIlt OIlS >"pf Ing .M.torioctign. FORDYCEFEATURES PH ."". MANOR MOo Cill Dick .....''n.... .lALPht our Univ. 4 MM .
tIlls homo tar I. grocloul HIM with contonvporory convonloncoi IM |ign oh loft.M I I TIL.APT, t BEFOP.8 iLA00. POUIV.. "N". "".,. || w, $1010.Ao COIlS Adulti only, no ...... c,
the HolidaysALL MOM. Northwest 375.1300 LOOM _''''''. m plo mo. Coll .
living. Solid slog woll
I 19 Out .1 T... ProportyMo. ,_377341R 0' 37".3'0. .
s .In'.d I work aria with WOODED

laundry kltchon. tM pintry I .'.. 4, .
Untumlihool Apt
I for .
SERVICES .,.,_ handy hi SIll lorvlco SlAMS HOUSI. I rooml w'poocIl. CL
CITY trinco. ThirD Ins ttlrw bodroami NEW Estates UNBELIEVABLE III I .... WOOd IOnd. 1501001. .UnIts .rchll'1101,0 dsnlgo.dConI.tnpor.ry IEHY CLEAN ] BR duplex 710 .

with" outttondlng cloMtKliitloi 1 or 4 ...-.. lorge ..',... foyer Now Old Town Plo. G.ilJrQOs 1100,1.CIII NW tin Aol Kitchen equippedPhme .
( Uuo two hill tiiid 1 MODELS lorDs br-i t ekwon Cmt. "h .tAC. dl?. 400 2027. 101'.. Corollno Noyoo IN .... meoW. ,
FERN WOOD MANOR Mini ond I looorlto drollingoro. c........ hilt nemo, r.Ifrktodl .- H Ponolid LD. with Hroploco in-un I1I-< In tIll ....,.. owltt. II I and bookihelvoi. Over 1309M 40 Bunnoil Proportiil Gadyi Smith Rooltor AiI
li_ formol living nom wilts Now OPOH tt. on bnutlful 100 I MlNW. na w univtnitv AVO I U.lvlng/ 51500. U lomoipg.d.DOS 1 ,..
por me .at NW 1211I D
12,250 up 0 Mporilo dining room plus dlomlly Dally 10.' lo.wtifvlly ........ loto lot. call Fordyce-174.1J34 PRIME Call McKInosy.Oroso. 'It 13117.
room with o tlroplacoind Vill Croonotymt I 10000 4} Colorodl.
.bMulllul cnorry pwollng | Paroling S trim I or I bin cent INVESTMENT
"L' fipo ot Id. ....... All City t.tivoiil.Rcog hoot lull!'in even t ring* LP.epm 47 H._ Ur Ront Pbs
DOWN FHA wllh III ottKMdl two CM ..- CloI 5,4 s.ttIs0pSrSry I on to polio and line corner Lots 5,10. on I w.1I SON SAl I
$400 polio willmolt IncN Old IMC*. N. ..lInllll..toI lot .In N.W. Cell FordycePINLIY Ioc.'ed II" lInmOHI I I Mdroomt II l I'm 05. trth I IR HOUSI
NOTHING DOWN VA rODS end rein I ........... I bonio.Pomllv 37107235. NNr 50141011CPoIS Avo. Inwll' down povmonl Locotod
K on Archer Rd. Perlectfor
dtliihttul piico I
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rooml.AH ARIA Unl""ltyC.II ...."'.. poymMo HI U SOL mow who protor .
$100 Closing Cost IivO.1101 51. tity loovmloncM and n I (-nttwiot lititM M NIII 57115 'a'5.555Mm sloop Molod on Nw toolMdo ,... .5001 010.1000. M S C.H.. 272'0302 with' M down .._.. Pfi.MOVI .
'! 51.605011* of .. W. nth ttrool end mony oSlo fietune Only GloM Sml'. R.allo, Pu Swill S III. 15050115 diolop" lob' fI,..
$7516PER Th. Charming -1. sow d5SI$0I Sr I two btochi iwm ot N,w. l n 11501 and good hjrmi. coll PS.. 122. W. Unlr.OlitYAol._ 011.5. Nowh' "rcdKorotod, 'dl. JIYOUR
FROM MONTH A_ L"" I NI **"" slIp.I
RANCHO GRANDE North o* Nl. lit, .,root I* do.375.035.YCE POTENTIAL I sot "HHsmssn.4ko. 1Iuy,", Nob'SI IIt 374.5553.SULLY .

WALK TO SCHOOLS I .............. I bill... Mudy.willy N' Mm A onw Tr 5us1s.oi I 110111 172.1'0511 55 till ,Idbt I'1co. C. PUPJNISHIO 4 III houto
( room living ....... dIsc rn.f. WALTER STUBBSInc. H ASSOCIATII, INC. I .ed....- I 5.1111 by county pork on NW-M. TV,
.Ins ....... M* 10''''''' floor T.I710_ I Oroco Prodyco, PeeltorRIAL Corn.? 101N IN W051sr.dryio'. LOOM roqulrod' .
1 ....._. tIO.OGI 1ft I1TATI CONSULTANTIkk W. lISt llreot Now eel I __ ono .III. II?) oar mp. ppj 1404.t .

4 BR Brick Front Colonlol Now fl l.hlnl. 0.000 Dows..plANNlNG. "AIIDICA i 0.. In*! Proncoo Hough 372.5153Giomfvo'''.000 01 545115.od N.'.low>Mh 45.0 Torr.tnvtrm....-. Lac$' :. | kith turn, ...... .-_ IIPOP.OVCI
I 4M NW 17t* PI SusHI Oouldoh Hirvey lonta '
IOnl : losillits
Price. $15,825 $625 Down 1011II I 376-5394 0. C. Gay Dudley OouUen SmIth R.allar 050(07 1 53001115. ''He:.
." TO IUILO" Phone 1M W Univ." 170-I134 7355WlJltIOOflIty Avo. 114,705924W.J771r
> on .."* "We trade houses'ld:7' home "builder mu.' reduce 41-1 COIOKIO RINTAIS
DIRECTIONS Drive West on 16th Ave. Turn Lot u* O'v. YOU i _...* ef dvoilhr henw Choke 1:11': I 1It'! solid 5-P was.dlnrISt 41 H..... (of lass V.5,'..

Left on 38th St. or 39th Terrace. mat on contracting yournow N W. ....,.... out ot woy of locH '.w. 510
cuilom horn I mI flo. Mool Its O500 5.5 loS..oto.lsr 51lu' 54.015 SlId NOW RENTING rill. I bo'" CaIlroFKa.LiiioaIl I
Cal Gerold oV.' MCCOY.y..FR6.729O I brook All Ill ecrhomnitn. scoot too' 500510111 VOl.67 127UnlY. COIO.ID wtro omdsro f g* : _.." .'. nrwoit onj Flnencing orringidPR Aol I' 1n'1Id. teN __ loris living OMtan. lIly 00511,54, Jsn P11001 5710
Butler BrothersBUILDERS '. Imvrimi p rtm'n ( .. .-_. llarwl.d 01.15. 375.SOl. din,", 1150. ItlIdOlIlt $50051" .510. .35.
Nit. FR 6.01sn --- wool mro.0 -doMn Mn.
\ I .... I bath SoloS 1.5,5. $111
M fkioro HW ... .... OMCO hMf
6-6502 &I LAKESHORETOWERS or ond not woOl .honor ....111.zl ..0 Ire ma..May.. H. asar 50 "JtHW

DAILY m- 54J NIGHT I7'.'0 I N. WoM Otflco Itroot locotod M4 Urd ot llvd. COLORED MM lor otnon.wovHng : kin indpovod 5515,4 55 4.755

W. or MM Mr m I'01t UNT- Ii -.. _.
-- I." or 3039055 0554 ...._ III ... I'IIono
fit ..,os.

NOW LEASING 44 Codt.... for Ron I BR. I ....... CCB home 000.

CHRISTMAS PRESENT hoet, tin ... me. 40M NW Kit
A WONDERFUL RENTALS I .0011II s.d 551St WI pso ma. Dr.
I on slIllitistPtvnie Phone. I70...4g fIr oepet .

For the Entire Family A New Home By BRAND NEW DUPLEXES I 4} ,........ A.... City. Good lit ..514101,50Pm.of,.5403 17..1111.HI N A...

''Noel furn.""" ."' r....
,*, lion, .. oihul hv toncodyord
1501011 55cIl55 .55,005615 I .
KIRKPATRICK and pIERSON 500,51 ltd Sos Sro 0010511 .... IeII NW" jrm AMIcm
dWOKO Of tquor COMW< pma or 17_

only n* put rant 111 monthly IDtlTWILP. CTMrH hoot. t t*.
: Ph.n.-_ oW- laogl amd.d ....
IINU'leTlDAVAILA.L' .H IW lit It. fhonn 4MI7V4.I

csonvssiw sooolsrcy sosoop IIIsv 3 55. I ...... 511511.5 11,00. a.
FULL SIZE 3 BEDROOM HOMES READY loll. 110 54. $1.1.. Ins. SOils 17...,.. oltIr
510005. _67547 335 'W lists: 5*. p.M.

FEATURES : nil PURN O* 1j.. UII,.. APT II. I both. CC homo. lom vraom.
: TO OCCUPY with QUALITY K&P WOW ond MWOI hclMM.IMO.OOMflinHIMdOPI. MOT tlttliniu uniil. pmpor
lit 2155 NW :11II: II. mo. PMx P* 4-M or ama
from ArI I 'I "HIP H54 NUT UBI TOT.
'. Built-in Kitchens Priced l5JAu&Y ILMURES INCLUDklS .
Tappan 5 Ii. .1.0. 0155. dIn p..o 1*, THUI 550 _
= m IM PMI e Iaom.thl R..O. C_ 50 ....HW'"' ". sOs 8isN SoHIas Hr054 05005.
Central Natural Gas Heat $7934e a Adno of Htm firMwd. O CmtnJ H... 1'10. vonMio S.. '131.. m n t' toMM.

I a Cont& Ai* CWM a L..sdoy IIP''INCV Pnon o.tOsotsa 5.5.5 v15 -
O G.rk... Does Out 5radaaIl llsdoH Coo Mr* _'- P It
e Air Conditioning (Optionol) Uikdf.Am.. O Lght.4 todoromiks S 5.wtn SIsal 51.4 55419 554 SrS -41. .55.
PItA .lncltaips. a P.d ._ ..nW. 15slo. sn5 015111 OWOI'slIWllSd' 1051 OR 5.455, TIlES ti.roonw t boh _.....
I llrolO11o 0 Is.amoy CsssssrosOsI '1'_,,, ,,_ od. 111! por MOM*. _
Exclusive Swim Club Taxes & '''1. I Till 5111I .
orrono Owl ... 11 tllll 50 55. ocaiponcy. AUNOLB PJIAt 1 V
PHONE 376.44561 1'HUM PJO. $or wInS.. I Loris SrI WIt. 50151 516S IIHIAIt 4.471 C0.
Thu loa ale WoI 0054ar7S ,10 _
scsmsmu WNlll. 4150 lw450ld SiltS s. two .. ---
FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENTIMNdoSdrvlt. OSlO I 54,4 554001 m. rwo by. mi In* tw AM. 4* l_ No Ion
.) 0 LIas 050.05 .t-. 50 1501.6 514 Sos on on. p m PI Unt onor I Pwttr

COURT MANOR SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY2306LW.I1sbU.U.LHY.44I 0 5- -, 1505.6 Pt- pay. .amoH .. MM.04loIsd to HI soas.a 4 PM**or>. HI *fEktYor w4..uOlK
HIGHLAND 'W-'" 0511011 1551111 505 = 5.00. 11510304 --
.n omy 0 .r.Lso .

For ..,. .__ tM 1T1-511I ITM1U 40So 0 5 P50.
ADVERTISE IN THE Sosdy 547 11"sst 011000
Sales Ofllce-NE23n> IW.' 6- 11th T.112.3411 'ButkiBros. IUILDERS TIM oorthiMl gj* 00. ** _tit IM fvm Sri nn I Hoc*. 555050 1005 0 Clssp

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51 1041... Rd t.lti U H..llh.r .... .. Sold '-. .1
I .( Nisi For Sol .14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS IS AufwmkilH *

"""""THAILER SPACE f 2 BARCAINVkoilnHllouworo" frvl" aWy50 ICMWINIS12ED FOR SALI IU. ..w"HI ." co 00sltllM
I POR PINT Woo. upright frooior:51, ;>|4|] fan., moot Mlcir. w_.... dofrorollvo NOW ..- 1_ 11101150. w1' I
I gig MONTH r 100 M 1011 NR 14HJ iRg. ...Ie..... "lodv'0 oppor), h..., _... Vi.IIAWE6.POWl5 ..... tall ...... c.a NOW' 115
'I Nowborrv Trollor, Pork, 1f '::0 Srownlne' *"* '" taw IIIO 14. male. 1_.. Ants 4 PM $ MOTOR CO. 1".J7IJ.too.. 37.0040 BARKLEY B & G MOTORSCARS
N WINIfr Plo. I waa..r Old. KMrMn ooh. dlui.lltlio. _All_.0, THlKt. Ml NW 3001 It IM N mix. M.,. St.g WILL OWO TRUCK owilpprd, lorhunting.
1..4 Wonted To ...* In ,;,,, ad wry FOR ''. lo* wall' dons / olne'! '" I DM *OKM bull on.
Vory ysaloo cloon Out Iron contnglo. WV 10 ot74INB
." 060.- cirpott wim Piuo Lootro.Punt
0 176! 15 Auraimblln ... Soil" .
olodrlo: Uwmpooor II MeConloH llth Avo onyllmo.IMO
1JMILY onlreo cloon OF I.unlun UnlV"'II I or Y )I"e BRpouoo "1. 66 MIH. for Purnllwo Co.. Oolnolvllloi INS POND RANCH" WAGON A.i I CHIVROIIT ......... Ihlll I
pr duplpn for Immodlotopccupincr SolgI 3TliPi50O' C00l.r, cond labs "...., P. 4 H. immlloi nw "_ Inepiloneily c...., ARE.
Phono PR, MW .r. OBI ownor U3N now. w,II ..... Cooler. .
ylMPMWANTID: :OMPAC 5051.0 I MKhlno UilbW. IPP..1011bWed. loll far UtM. Coll 372-,."?. CALL JTMWftery MOTORSMust
11.010 Itllnlbse. III.8 ... -
I bodraom Ivmllhodepertment Ile. bow and MUST oocrllko IM4 Dodgg I Dortlow 11M 'UICK 3KVLARK.bS. ,
or "houw tor p ill, 1e14. 125. IS 44371.t.N..od playln5 EOS i tig. LoMt. wnod-U ond u. 51. 05010. lot llnonel" r0000L 1Cau.... V4. 11510 end 0511110,
oortod ol 111... .'.rtl.. .ItOAIN'lOr' miloogo Small equity 4 oooumo .f. n. ww II.... Pa. IAN.
monm .'""/ hi COLUMBIA """ ..,._"'* t ". lc lao Mllls ,.,........ PR ....,. 5w5 bobs 504 $11150 ...,...
-Mluhbortrad. Wrltg Ion corair. Illghiiy .IId, ell oUoiT T.I. 5R 1-5.11 OLDS 4-OOOR HARDTOP StIR woo / guoroi17MS7I ... I'll
gun Ooinoivllio, tun.D jrlet. iKrlllce MW all|| ? PINS PIMIWOOD far Hlo. onomount ".! olr-condl "II PI "ATiKollont 0/50. P00p,. amFOR
KOVM In Oolno. b1lln. car. .,Oral Cut to ordor. Coll M->44 cond Orlg, ownorIIS 'SO LINCOLN Pml05. 1 Dr.h sell 75
!,,iile LUX with*, untum M BR by oxocutivocouple 31.503 N.". 1 ,.:fItC 11700, or 4II-I1II: C trko_ Lumber k WoodProiorylng fit 15105 a r I l. ,. .crl/lro II I2J1, cars
without, children or Pot PLYMOUTH Moor V4 Porn (POOH 37213 1
Glvo dmr. 100 1600. prlco phononumber P.BMIHOTON FIRE WOOD REASONABLE. hordlop floor Milt' f.... loud .
Oloclrlc tv .
L A. ..maw.' .... '.0, .1 """""' Ondor eo .... Cal Phone FR 6-3785 kuy lor I2M. Call 17MUI ollirI IS-f.,. ." ft Jpertt C." this month. No
Cilnoivl' lo.JllOd
...J9' J1073I: btforo 4 PM, MMMCCUILOCH .M. rea-
..... 70 looro-MtrliM IO.WPmj r>U FORD STATION WAGON." PliH )*" VW. no* ....... proclWolly !
pvordrlvo, good gw mioog*. now took MIUO 14S4 I7Nn.
..OARDelOon and .1Id. Moro CHAIN _IAIIIII,TNII_. II' IOITON WHALIK" ..., 1,051501 NC0ed tar. 1201 W ..> Phono PR, HH oitor IINI
AND ".M.
OM bill sls P1.00530.2037 sonable refused
DO N' all A... Man
mold Mrvlu Mm* mop cond. II HP IvtorudP molor
ream Sn. Moro for ...,..Tool. flp ...1.... | .... ... tonko k> 17 Cuitom Royol OODOI. I tone CORVETTE ITINGU' CON V. i ROUGH WE THER II
J 1/1I'231 SW 2nd Pl tt. ILIC. d.oort.r w. _CudM 001077, blue, 44r ...... PS. Mull ooll mcollont :: :"t.11 WINwcrlnco
516 100ryr Imnrel.ltlr." MM. 1411' NW lid male 170IJOI I
OHicd-Ddik SM<. 150. 5.511 C. .SInvs.11.. Clot I .,111 rplslM wwen 131. 71 Aol. I7HII7 Oltor I PM ol I PM, Best trade in dealsin

53 11,0115, 15I 125. c/lftt 16 .,..... MUST 1111 TRIUMPH" TR1 lOU. IMI Inglno.onollfnt 1964
"I 0 N.. "Mall 010110 5W I2S. WINCHE1TIK 111 cellbro ...... I* 'P MIItCU.V. .000' MT. SSN.160 ....."Ion. SOS M 1114
PBIIHLY rodocorotod oltko Nan. Plrooood m. 476.4311. III. Imellent. for PIP ....... II.... 1211 tSM, NW IKh Avo n4tl.
so r ront. ilpitolro ..'im. I otoln.voyo lAKSli IVM hunting Good .......7 wood we.torpreoted S7).0151 loio VOLKIWAOIN-NM Urn '93" custom sport coup, factory air!
end on .,...... Male doll clolhM Many town.
.1 lr conditioning, Mm ON agln.lMss. PrkM towor Moncommorelil 171. PR 1441P.IM MUST MIL NOW. IMI CNfV SIConv rodl*. lucollml .-111.... lOlL Savings up OLDS conditioning cruise control full
lOCI, PIM owlloDIophono "AIM, Lltlo Illlor '.'" motgun II 0.... .11 W onglno' paillrocllonluckol Coll JTMUO oflor S wookdoyl ,
.". ..t Norwood Mini Hop, M ml II.... 372-1512. A I D L. Or, ant rlk, cvin c_.., spill powor glloo an III doy tunooyIM4 Power, bucket seats, sold and serviced by I IOr I
MEW 16" Coil IIM7I. H ron cool Oil. floor, R 4 N, now rubbor, I70Moctuol MCO IMI ALFA ROMIOIpvoor
FOP 5lnlT 430 M. PT.of ofllcoIPKO. rinded, Horn ICVCll llghli Nwr book ON n Oust day' m HITT noM' miin cm trom end ftnonco. tain or I in otcoJ, cond. !*o to $400. G., 25,000 true milts, listed now $3995

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7)6.1321 : 371.7 43. to o tint donn good log bio NW IM> II. .00AI,. I "" ... wogan. 4.0MT, oir ten- power
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pork'Ing Jonltor NW11th
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pr M 3724007.. Odd. end. ...... Phono .copoclly "'ochl_ Proo 50 4.WO now onglno .Bob! Adorns. FR 2.7128. 1962
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Hdiifgls CMRIITMAI CARDS IiKollont cond wINlko doe 001 1 Mndlo Inarmlrslno.ueS16 I.I. $2295
34 lutlMti WOOD POll IALI. toilool dollvory, ,loin, or Imprlntid. ouorlodor .. I7M77I Solar I P MSEI "IPAIRIOoolllv alt. 1l. tan . . . . .
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bolldl" W. U.'". ..... ",Ie. 71 Musical Mmkondlog IMPALA AUTO 61 Chevy power steering, powarbrakes.
hMdbcird o6roo 0,01 SupM S10r1 4.paid
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NEW .Nlce or ttoro witholonlx boa iprlm for to II Sod,. .e.llon' 00061110.,. Call Cndtiontnfl( CHEVROLET .
ot porting M NW lothAw COX WAREHOUSE 17..021. 11111 !'l5 P M. Value Rated red Interior. VS.
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ULTIMA laming old 100 por cm umiMd Unco loctory condl lion.Oiluno I .
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dillonlng. fullyequipped 11495
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MW OT ..... ot 10m SI I0000. Do\. GaV.ll5' lob I 56 Pontlaeor ( VI, wto IIQCtraitimlnlon .

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SERVICESHome 220 N.W |rh Are M $1395 wegen VI. rid Ie. heater :
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4 2< Gainesville. Sun .Th......,. December 3. 1964

I, Jury Convicts American of Conspiracy to Spy; May Get DeathNEWARK I I

N. J. (AP) A over the 3 .day trial. No date secret Air Force Information to alan descent,said nothing as the Ivannv, a crew-cut, blond Soviet her was polled at the request of I Ivanov to go home to his wife
w Soviet chauffeur and an American -has been set for sentencing.A the Soviet Union and of conspiring -Jury forelady, Miss MichiUna I citizen listened to an ear a defense attorney. One juror'and daughter In New York Cityto
electronics engineer were federal jury of eight women to violate the law requiring M. Deluca, announced the ver-,phone linked to a translator as said afterward that the panel await triaLWednesday
convIcted Wednesday night of and four men deliberated ftt foreign agents to register with dict. But the strain of the gruell the verdict was announced. Iva had been in general agreement night Aleksel P.
conspiracy to commit espionagefor hours before returning the verdict the State Department. Butenko'ing trial showed on his face as nov, who worked aa a driver fora throughout the deliberations. Kosikov, of the Soviet Embassy,
the Soviet Union. against the American, John also was convicted of acting as he was led from the courtroomto Soviet trade agency In New Augelll granted a request by said Mrs.Ivanov returned to the
The verdict could mean death.I W. Butenko, 39, and his codefendant an unregistered agent for the I be taken back to the Hudson York,Is said to speak little English Ivanov'i attorney to continue Soviet Union earlier this year
I Their penalty will be decided by Igor A. Ivanov, 34. foreign power the Soviet UnIon County jail where he has been Ivanov'i bail at 100000. The with her 7-year-old daughter,
i U.S. District Court Judge Anthony Butenko and Ivanov were convicted held without bail since his arrest Both defendants kept their bail was put up Dec. 20 by the Irina. Mrs. Ivanov gave birth to
:} j Butenko Ivinov T. Augelll, who presided of conspiring_ _to__relay u_ Butenko, a bachelor tiC Rus- Oct. 29, 1961 eyes on the jury as each memo Soviet Embassy, permitting a son last month in Moscow



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