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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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December 4, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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By DON WHTTEIIEAD (EDITOR'S NOTE -Approaching 70, J. Edgar /II.MI aoael ONI wile MOMS calls/ v AND/ SUNDAY

WASHINGTON (AP) J. Hoover Is once again the subject of criticism and controversy

Edgar Hoover has survived But h. Is fazed by neither and looks forward

mort than 40 turbulent years as to a continuing active career. He granted an exclusive

director of the FBI under seven interview to Don Whitehead, author of The FBI Murder

presidents. Now he merely Story" and former Associated Press correspondent and FBI Arrests 16

chuckles at those who talk of his told him of plans for the future and Hoover's views on

early retirement. the place of the FBI in the nation's law-enforcement Case To

Hoover, who is 8t years old apparatus.)

said in an Interview: "I feel

fine.. I'm in better physical con-

dition than I have been In years. In Miss.
And I intend to remain active Killing

because I Just don't like the

rocklng-halr. U I retired. I

wouldn't enjoy life very much." FL r

Hoover gives every appear- Are ProtestedBy ---- --- ---- -

ance of a man who is enjoyinglife Sheriff

hugely even when it be- BILL HAGER \. ,
comes a bit hectic as it has beenin Sun Staff Writer

recent days. He Is S3 pounds Testimony In the Culpepper '" Deputy

lighter than he was six years KqL murder trial ended here Thursday *"

ago. He appears to have lost night after a final plea by .. i" rd

little if any of his old restless r attorney William Andrews to Nabbed

energy. And he places no cutoff dismiss first degree murder I '\.

date on his future. charges against O year old l WASHINGTON (AP) The

Part of his exuberance no hV Robert Joiner was denied. FBI arrested 16 men In Mississippi

doubt comes from the fact that s1 .. t r'Os Joiner who allegedly shot / today In connection with

President Johnson waived Ian and killed elderly Gainesville I'I the midsummer murders of

May the requirement that he grocer R T. (Uncle Jack) Cul- three civil rights workers .at

retire at 70, which he reaches In pepper during a robbery attempt I Philadelphia, Miss.
+ lFw ik d11+ Y last April 29, was held FBI
January."So tM r i Director J. Edgar Hoover
you might say I'm hooked competent to stand trial by Cir- said 21 men have been namedIn

and I'm happy about it even cuit Court Judas J. C. Adkins. criminal charges in connection

though staying on the Job will A previous psychiatric examination t. ... with the slayings of James

cost me money," Hoover said. \;>! J; of Joiner Indicated he Is \ Chanry Andrew Goodman and

"If I retired I could under the "moderately retarded" and can, .j. ,. Michael Schwerner last June.
distinguish right from wrong 22.
new law draw a tax-free pen- ft.r
but his actions are Impulsive. "
sion of $30000 a year. But by Nineteen, he said, were
staying on the Job I must pay a CAP Wlfwtott to tht aunt Judge Adklns denied the mo- charged with conspiring to Interfere

substantial part of it in Income HOOVER AFTER 40 YEARS WITH FBIDoesn't tlon after Dr. Henry Lyons, who with federal rights. Two"

taxes." want to grave Cat participated In the initial examination others were charged with .'In...- i
I of Joiner testified he Is of "
Hoover said prlalon a felony. ,
he had observed He mentioned Bernard Bar- The FBI chief at first was legally A 12 Jury Is expected to : Misprision means being: an, ,,1

that men who uch, Winston Churchill and the more Interested In talking of his begin deliberating the fate of crime accessory after .the fact of a .
remain physIcally late Herbert Hoover eXam- t
as health than such matters as his Joiner and his alleged accomplices Hoover said the FBI .VH'
d and men- ples of men who continued active John Scott and COlt al.I
tiff with the Rev. Martin Luther make its Information available
tally busy art useful lives long after they King, the civil rights leader, Louise Dampier aged 21 and e to atate authorities for'OIslblc 4

less subject to had passed 70. and his annoyance with the IS, this afternoon. All face first + murder warrants.
heart attacks "If I he said"J think I
degree murder charges punish
Warren Commission report on Those arrested Include Sheriff
and other ail- would have trouble. After threeor able by death under Florida law
the assassination of President c- Lawrence A. Ralney, of H.
meats than four days of vacation I get so John F. Kennedy. He shoved Final testimony by the state, shoba County and his deputy

Whitehead those who retire itchy for activity that I call the them Into the background. represented by State Atty. Ted Cecil Price, who was the last to
slow their office and ask them to send me Duncan and Assistant SLate .. acknowledge seeing the three

pace and grow fat from leisure, some _ort." (See HOOVER on Page II) Atty. Mack Futch Included sat young men alive last June, r

statements Issued by the trio r Hoover gave this account of

shortly after their arrest : the crime, as pieced together by
The accounts given by Joiner an Intensive FBI Investigation

and the Dampiers differed con- .,.e 'B1f Late In the morning of June

Once 'Suppressed'Witness siderably. / 21 i, the three victims left M.rtel..

Joiner who was apprehended tan hi a mi station mwHatfthpurpwe .
by police less than an hour of Invoatlgatlng the\

after the killing as be.. lay .JN'1 fU burning ot a Negro. ,
wounded at Alachua General tumuli near Philadelphia
Is Called Hospital, told officers April. :M 5MP MwNMM N Me sun) About 4 p.m Chaney was W I I

;, : : "hsf wu s'ven" no choice byDampier' O' Out She 7tsd for.g .. afrhllsihV11phis. ,\
kre told me to 10 brand Goes Price; who arrested bison,
'I" r ,r' I rob the store He said I' A also held Goodman and Schwtr, .
girl member of the no-called Free Speech Move
From Press Dispatches the Senate Rules Comnutee acheduled today, Including Mil do it About s'<
had no choice. If I didn't ner for Investigation
ment la dragged by police from Sproul Hall the University
Senators Investigating an alleged investigation. ton L. Hauft who once made I'd get shot. If I did. I might on hours later Chanry posted IT *
of California
Thursday, arrests con
political payoff shift In a minority report iM after out Income Us returns for Baker (See MURDER ea Page I) campus aa bond and the three wen rbased.
tinned in
the ll-ln demonstration Officers carried and
sights today to question a witness the committees first hear and Don B. Reynolds. .
dragged more than 50A defiant demonstrators from the
Republicans once wantedto into the outside business ] The'Irlo' station wagon wi
ings Reynolds has testified he was building- 10.I t
(Story en Page )
ask about the role a German J found .two.da later burnr
acivities of Baker former secretary the "bag man" for Baker and ,.
beauty played In the Bobby to Senate Democrats; the Philadelphia contractor Matthew and abandoned on a dirt roa 4

Baker case. Republican members said: H. McCloskey in a deal to New Zoning Code 13 miles northeast fhilad 1
who has business

Paul Aguirre, phis,
"The ,
minority unsuccessfully siphon 123,000 into the I960!
Interests In Puerto Rico fought to have Mr. Paul Aguirre Democratic campaign fund t An Intensive/ search by FB?
was scheduled among the open- agents' Mississippi stale" troopers -
called witness. from
as a the
Ing witnesses on what could be McCloskey firm's contract Awaits Final OK and Navy personnel ended y
"Agulrre could have been to build the District of .I
the windup day of this round of Aug 4 when FBI agents dug
asked what Ellen Rom- Columbia stadium
part Into a new earthen dam near
etsch, or other like individuals, McCloskey, former ambassador Philadelphia and discovered the
had in the promotion of Baker's to Ireland and Democraticfund maoa h f fv, By NORM LaCOB land use survey and analysis, a, three bodies.

Charges financial Interests or dealings raiser, testified he knew s The gars AJachua staff "rlter( major road plan, a land UM Hoover said the FBI In narrowing .

with government officials, government nothing about such a deal. commission County inning plan and revised zoning regulations the massive field of pnr

Evidence contracts, and others. Testimony Thursday was Interrupted miHeSAP recommended lPOprov.1 u tile suspects directed Its attention .
of the proposed nsw David Reaves, Cilnesvllliarchltwt I I I
by a shouting match toward known
"He could: have been asked primarily
county toning code and land whose commliil
: o n i
what interests Baker had or between Lennox P. McLendon, use plans' Thursday night, and Include the members and sympathizers of
ConcealedA proposed new
special committee counsel and Win*** H .h* Ml Ku Klux Klan "which group.
sought to acquire for himself lent the
package to the County hall called for a one ,
Sen. John J. William Includes moil of those arrested
RDel Ore Find
or others In ,
housing gambling
hat Commission for final' action. moratorium on the new p I Is n,
Gainesville attorney Williams triggered this round of today"Several
concessions, and other enterprises The new code approved and
charged that Gene E. Watson the Baker Aa CMTIMIS re deposit was more study. of the men have bin
Investigation by
In me Caribbean the
area by recommending body afu Reaves pointed out that the
Investigator at the University of last In said to be the richest .la the prime suspects: since the Investigation
charging September a
Florida, concealed evidence before Mrs Rometsch Is the former world has beta iscevmd er a public bearing In the county proposals are similar to organ, hoover said.
Senate there had been
the trial of Glenn Gil- wife of a soldier once attached speech a at Milne Islet' '''",, in courthouse About. 40 persons the tit,'. inning code But weeks of further checkingwere :
to the West German Embassyhere. political payoff were on hand "This code works so badly,
Christ, on a charge of attemptedrape miles inns the seders tie necessary to Identify ,the
Williams) was not It 'Is
of a white student wife. She was a hostess In a presentwhen ef Baffin island a Casadlas the first comprehensive that we have as many reqtMstafor alleged' accomplices and compile
Negro luncheon club In which Baker the committee reconvenedafter official said Tkunday. TketeatlM revision to county toning I reionlng as we do for the evidence which rtsulusd
Gilchrlst, 26-year-old lunch. But he e am. In laws since the present code ," lUavti said.
convicted Nov 24 by a circuit : was Interested. She has returned Irt-bmmd abwrt II building permits In l dy'l arrtits.
was about hour later and asked
was adopted hi 1947. He said he did not know of
court Jury of attempted assault to Europe. months ef the year win pea The FBI Identified !the followIng -
of the worn a B In her Seven other witnesses were See BIKER .. Page 1)) seat ynblcmi .f traaiport The commission only body a land UM plan made by the aside from' Price and Rain-
which can actually stamp the county, and added, "We're getting *
the cam as those arrested today:
near pas ey
apartment rode Into laws will hold a public well underway with this. ,
Sept. 4. He has not !been arn- Bernard I.. Akin 10, a Meridian 1

tenced. Condemned lo Die at 15, SM bearing pnxThe next. Tuesday at and where we.. really ire''going"See don't know salesman, Earl B. Akin, 8,,'.
for I
Selig Goldifl. In a plea a board may adopt the ( ZOMNO! M rage t) (See lUGItTS M Page I)

new trial for GJchrist, charged rode, take II under study for,

that Watson suppressed statements 'ippnrval liter, or send It back
given by four witnesses, He Still Hopes for ReprieveCobb to the farting commission: for
and told them all not to tea more work.fa .

anyone what they knew. Its present form the code

He id-he learned of the EDITOR NOTt- see the cell when the Sib VS. Circuit said he quit smoking and land UM proposals are the

witnesses after the trial, when fin USM store. be catered a Court of Appeals la New Orleans about five months ago.. result of two years' work by a

he received: a confidential telephone Vttfc-rtw cell three years reversed a lower court "I didn't like the way the the five toning eommislMi,

caa.Normal age PrtI... Ctbb 3t. tar, and handed the youth the right doctors were taking about consultant DtWits McGee 7,
procedure on an appeal beta htmfewrd to "...... of a new trial. Toe appeals smoking giving you lung cancer. Jacksonville cHy planner, and

for a new trial Is for a dr- This Is ae rxclatrve' repent ee Judges held that Cobb's rights I got scared and quit," said the ether county officials.

cult Judge to hear a defense at that srirrrkw tot came bad been violated by the esebskm > youth who has Men growing .vtwithia teCH also prepared the

torney's arguments and new eely bean before Cctt's sus of Negroes from the Jury sight of the death chanvbrr Gainesville sonlng" code, one

evidence. If it Is shown that a e>r nwvirtfoa was xt aside. that tried hm for the slaying of oa the prim's fifth floor mace why, bewas picked to

defendant did not receive a fair -.. Us 1Kb MrtMay.) Us white employer, 76yearoidFrank He of do the county work also
trial a new trial can be or Coleman Dumas. was wearing a new pair The entire package has. .av
black shoes ml nadty a birthday
dered. Cobb had said at bit trial to bled a population and wooo.
contends that two witnesses present but a gift ant about
Coldln By DON MCKEE August 1X1 that he shot Dumas isle study tar Alacbua County,
month his mother who"
passed by the door of a ago by 1 ,
REIDSVTUE Ca. AP) after aa argument ever a
last to
woman's sad Med him May
the apartment Tvce and Ore months fish the boy caught la the farm
outside her at years The talked -11 JMfflKJ
stood request youth .1IIIM1fdJ1about'
on death row had passed and pond. Last year Cobb
time the Is his studies In a U
attempted cwreipondence
the rape hIS un
null Prtstoa Cobb Jr. condemned the killing but said be knew who
supposed la have occurred course. lie Is studying
at IS to the electric was guilty.
He said two ether witnesses health and general science
chair was hopeful of reprieve."Seem While (tie appeals moved thee .
beard h
win testify they no after completing courses V
Cobb four
slog course spent
screams noises or anything annual Enmesh: prrchokxy. Americas r
r.e lied here birthdays on death row. He has
from the apartmentA3 and world )testerHis /.
statements aO my Iif.the .." seen five men take the last walk
four witnesses gave
gangly Neg- down that corridor la front dhis grades?
after the Incident to Matson
'Tis the Season
re youth said nth-floor eel They have keel from M aa
GoUa salt Thursday Men "I think about getting out themost to ..- be said. 1 fatal seme 1117tll0s SUU nsU I n ted
the local
witnesses weak arrive seen Sunday
These wife requested ChrUlna! ell
but I a review and Etta' IUPIU1trf I1SWSJIMf
ha said. And ender the tests
and told by the said btarvks ." afteram whet the 300-telra; L'alvmltr Choir com*.
Cm Watsoa Dot to reveal tins e a appeals court: decision he might made It ., sad SNd posed ef IF .lad..*la, fatally aad Calaeavllla towns--
sM -
there sewer
s alt nth be east bat only bog CMS* The yostt
fcformatioa to anyone bat racket people. singe the s-rfmUre Americas performance efIUItb.h '
Wr1bb bees s Urns whea he was
far the stats to re-arrest RBVdiet
to keep this to themselves Cetsposer lUlth Vsaghs William "Ptlgrlm'aJoerstey"
.o that a canrlctioa could: be 'ZW..w, c.w. and retry IbM ea drsA: row. The choir, directed by F.,." K..lffut!
I few bosses bobre tnUrvw before Cobb said he ludnt gMM a
that prtM
obtained Cokfia charged.He with the I'alvsrslly Sraiphvay Orchestra
the decUaa cons:: fte ..... Cobb tailed ef thovght to what W wig
alas la
be and Ue Florida
said Carlntasaa concert
CtbVs sHervkw was ended *iWl ., bte knee .. dull wsTt. gets silt. bed. "1 would CAr.attra Bsaatiw for the .r Gjrn
(See TUU. M Pap A be was back la Ml wtata-rw iww at ItMtoiBe. ...... frtosa. bke to (. Mrk to sckwol fint" .... at I s ".. fl'F Ph 9


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in the NEWSBriefly. Stormy WeatherZONES Roundup GOP Still Sorrowed


Weather Split Over I

Across II. S. Burch Post On Slum Visit

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DENVER, Colo. (AP) Republican as he talked with orphan boys ol
By A Mottly cloudy two .ItonMon, BOMBAY, India (AP) Pope
Stormy. weather, with snow, tonight on* toltirdoy. A tow MwworoItill governors split wide visited wretched slum various faUhl.Thousands .
,_ Paul VI a
'Ie Coolor tonight on* toturtoy -
sleet, rain and strong winds, Lownt tonight 41 ta M. rllghoitlalurdoy open today over a proposal by of Bombay today, comforting Jammed the squalid .
all sections of the M to ... their chairman Cov. Robert area ill
swept nearly the destitute and the streets straining for a
nation today continuing the climatic CD-Mostly cloudy through Smylie of Idaho that they demand
tears from his eyes glimpse of the Roman Catholic
Saturday with occasl! 0 nal and wiping
the ouster of GOP National
pattern of the past several threatened
pontiff. Rioting as
showers. Turning cooler Saturday Chairman Dean Burch.
days. maintain
police fought a path
night Low tonight 65 But the state executives
Below zero cold again stung were More About
entourage but
for the papal ,
to 70. in the
High Saturday unanimous In
northern Midwest states. It was nearly agreementthat
loudspeaker appeals
Dakota. 70s. Southerly winds 15 to 22 something drastic has to be
19 below in North calmed the crowd moments be-
The snow sleet and gusty miles per hour diminishing done to lift their party out of the Baker fore the arrived.
winds raked broad areas from some by Saturday. abyss of the defeat it suffered
a through (olurdoy'Ith The opened his third
Moiily cloudy Pope dayIn
New England northern New ",' tnowltro, molflly thlt .".,_ and Nov. 3.Smyhie.
,_,I,,,, TulhO 1urd.y wlCC.tny who said he would India by celebrating an outdoor -
York State into Idaho. : : ,
: :
OlnOt. OIIIgA 0 101 05 1 Mass In a Catholic school
Driving conditions In most of High loturuy U ,. ,I. touthorly wlndl -"'\ QII' accept the national! chairmanship From Page
IS ,. H mlM por hour Manning nortn.rly wanted him stadium. He then walked to a
and sleet if party ,
the states hit by snow ond dlmlnlihlng during tolurdoy GAINESVILLE!: WEATHER
hazardous and warningswere e r a Portly cloudy andamniiy mild declared in a speech preparedfor permission of the chairman, nearby orphanage for breakfast

were issued by Weather Bu- ill Iwol, L.w.=::.will 00, 0 ii.;.IO 5mi0mlySlidi : .0mm -Municipal 24 hours to Airport 8 a.m.readingsfor today: [ the opening session of an Sen. B. Everett Jordan, N. C., and from there drove miles
II to mlln lieu, dlmlnlollo the teeming streets for
25 Pt conference that make a brief statement.In through
The bureaus also posted ,, ,. extraordinary to
reaus. '
n by 5.ld.y.H High 80 at 2 p.m.; low U at
heavy snow warnings in Mid- I t.l, OAd mild the governors ought to have the this he offered for the record one appointment after another.
lam. Rainfall .47.
west areas, already hit by falls through 70. High loturdoy I,tuf0'y N Low to tonight U touttl oround ondoulhooit ALMANAClunut : stamina to recommend that the letters which he said substantiated "Many of us have no fathers,"

LAP WLr.pO.ts Li 'h. Ow5 to a half foot or more this wIMo IS to M mum ....' Hour todoy ..... ., IMim.kunrlM national committee "consider his side of the argument -13-year-old Tony Mascerenassaid
up dlmlnlthlrg oomo by 5.tud.y.CUDAC tomorrow ,. 7111> sm.Msm64 .
week. I 55Y TIOtIPrId1I Isis,,, .. ... 6:5: '..m.Th. making appropriate changes in with McLendon. Then be as he welcomed the Pope to

Accuses ActorRonnie The heaviest snow fell in the ... Low it HI Ole II .0.15:45...:.. .Lm.... .t..nd 01 ,5:30I. .:.m.TINPieAYuNis : slId. pionot will' ,bo Miro high, rim In the II mih:" *m.In Its leadership." added: the orphanage. "Many of us

central part of the nation covering IUIWHUI High. Low Prof.Jecitonvlllg thg morning nvlllght. Mori I li now llow*. The Idaho governor laid, "This investigation Is more have no mothers. Some like
I ly pmlng to Iho Mil ii the tlloM
Rae, 23, a Hollywood ringer and songwriter areas in Kansas, Oklahoma, n M 144Mloml "co" ...nO. UrIL "We are a defeated party with important than any Individual me, have no one in this world."

displays a cloth she says was used to bind Missouri and Iowa with Tempo 77 7* 74 44ANonto GULP*iNf Southerly pomcAirIAST wind IS ton defeated leadership.1 He said It reflects upon the integrity of The Pope wiped his eyes as

her' in the home of actor Steve Cochran In Holly- warnings of heavy amounts In New to 40 141 knoto tocolly loose m ohooort lOll the GOP presidential nomineeSen. the whole Senate and Congress the boy continued: "You have
Orleong 74 17 .N .
wood. In a fakes Imprisonment report filed with northern sections of Illinois and N.wyv, 44 :M ..47Woihington '" oomo ond sOs.ovonlng.becoming wind'northerly dlmlnlthIng ovornorth Barry Coldwater as a defeated I have tried to be helpful to left Important people and grand

police she said Cochran bound, gagged and beat her Indiana and the southern thirdof 47 M II a ..71.11Chluoo on met...'Ian.numoroui Moony ovor cloudy north with oortlon 5015. candidate "Is the symbol the committee But as the result -places to tee us in our poor

when he became angry over a drink she spilled. Lower Michigan. ",. Worth 41 :N .11 this ottornoon ond ovontng,_ of a rejected alternative" to of the episode in which my home. We cannot give you anything .

She's pictured at right In a studio portrait. A wind-blown snowstorm Democratic President Johnson. veracity was challenged, I feel because we have nothing.But .

whipped south central areas More Noting that Coldwater had that I am unwanted. we ask God to reward your

WARNING: Thursday, dumping nearly a AboutMurder said four years ago that RIch- "I shall not sit again with holiness."

foot of snow In Englewood and ard M. Nixon was "just going to ,this committee. But I wish you I The Pope Joined 30 of the

Former President Harry S. Elkhart Kan., and Cuyrnon, be a Republican lawyer" Smy.'well. I have not lost Interest in home's 218 boys for breakfast,

Truman says the United States Okla. Rain and sleet sllckened lie said that Goldwater is In a your case, and I shall continueto praying with them and drinking

can survive anything beads and"If throwaway wedQn't streets and highways southeast From Pace 1 similar category now.: observe the committee's activities coffee and orange Juice. The
our of the snow zone "For that reason" ne saw,I with the greatest of In- boys had milk tinged with coffee
the one thing that get shot anyway. I had no out of the car and walked back! 'we' really are a leaderless party terest." Jam sandwiches and or

makes the country great-end More AboutTrial choice," Joiner's statement toward the store. He denied because no one has earned He walked from the room a anges.
that's our freedom. read. knowing that Joiner Intended to
the right to that leadership by faint smile of satisfaction on
Eruman speaking on a taped Joiner also told Investigators hold up Culpepper. "I though winning an election"
II his face.
television! program to be shown the gun used in the robbery he was going to do it, but I But Smylle's "dump Burch"demand Meanwhile the committee Minister to Visit

nationally discussed the Com- was supplied by Dampier He didn't know" he said. ran into Instant opposltion. officials of Unitarians
half dozen
quizzed a Here
mttnlst hunting periods of the From 1 laid he was instructed to shoot While Joiner was Inside the .
Page the Matthew H. McCloskey Co.
late 1940s! and early 1950s, which Culpepper If he resisted. store Dampier said he deli Gov. George Romney of Mich--snd of insurance firms whichdo To Give Talk

walled by the late Sen. Joseph believe the office ef Ted Duncan Once Inside the store Join asleep in the car and wa igan said on his arrival at the business with it, concerning

R.-McCarthy, R-Wis. state knew the er's statement continued he awakened by what sounded like'conference Thursday night that
attorney the of
overpayment a premium
I'What happened was a four statements had been given approached Culpepper, who was a car back.firing. He then start the Idaho governor's proposalfor to yS' 1.

shp." Truman said. "Therewre and the witnesses existed. Cold-behind the counter. Joiner I ed his car and drove onto the I adoption of a resolution recommending The Reynolds. of whether this -,
more than a million names office picked up a newspaper and highway but Joiner ran out in Burch's ouster was .
In said the state attorney's
reported In this spasm that the asked for a pack of cigarettes. the road and blocked hIs payment was Intended as a political -
and chose not to reveal the evidence path "Gov. Smylle's idea, and Iwon't contribution to be channeled .
country had at the time When Culpepper rang up the Dampier said he intended to it."
because of the material comment on
It:was a terrible thing and It New York City CouncilmanJ. sale his through Baker is the crux
effect It might have on tha outcome on cash register, Joiner leave Joiner at the scene, but Romney saying he Is a team the In-
of this second phase of
should never have happened. Raymond Jones Thursday of the trial admittedly pointed the gun decided to take him to the hospital p'ayer! and not a political "lon

JIThe McCarthy outfit never became the first Negro ever American criminal practice at him and said, "Give It to when he saw his wounds er" as be has sometimes been vestigation.
get enough evidence to elected to bead Tamm a a Reynolds who wrote the per
dill, y rests on the theory that opposing -me. After dropping Joiner in front described said "This Is not the
convict a ingle person-or to Hall Manhattaa Democratic attorneys between them, "It," according to Joiner wasa of the hospital he drove around time to read anybody out of the formance bond for the McClos-
to have II 1 n 1 Ie person Jones II 15- key firm on the District of Columbia
eVEn a g organization. a will produce all evidence pointIng pair of cloth bags filled with town for about 20 minutes, then party."
tried.' year old Harlem politician coins which Culpepper told with his wife friend'shome .I II Stadium In 1960, has testIfied -
to or away from guilt, so went to a I The Important thing, he added
and succeeds Edward M. that a result probably will be a him to take. where they slept until Is to bring all elements in that the $35,000 overpay.

Coatlkyan whe resigned.HONORED fair OnLHowever Joiner then ordered Culpepperto mid-afternoon. under one tent. I ment Included a "bagman's"fee

since police possess the back of the store but He stated he made no attempt In contrast, Cov. John H., of $inooo for himself and

he best means of uncovering the store owner began "scuff. to find out If Culpepper had Chafee of Rhode Island, who $23,000 which Baker was expect.ed

Capt Roger H. C Dontoo of evidence, courts require some IIn,." Then Culpepper openedthe been Injured during the robbery won re-election by the highest to parcel out among various

Saugerties N.Y. will receive cooperation by prosecuting officials back door and turned because "I was scared to plurality scored by any GOP Democratic campaign groups,
around with a gun in his hand and also because Joiner he including that of the presidential
the Medal o( Honor from President with defense attorneys death gubernatorial candidate, said
Johnson about the sources and nature Joiner's statement related."I had told him the grocer was is willing to back a resolution candidate.

In a White of evidence so that defense attorneys -I did the same thing he did unhurt demanding Burch's ouster. I McCloskey who testified before McCEHEE

Home c. r e- can prepare their cases (after Culpepper turned with Mrs. Dampier also denied On the other hand, Gov Cliff the committee Wednesdayadmitted ,l

many Satur- I thf gun). I started firing" the participating In the alleged rob P. Hansen of Wyoming said."no the overpayment but
Bible statement continued. Afterward said it was made, not to con Charles White McGehee, minster
She said she
day. The medal ", Okay, bery. was asleep useful purpose would \
Joiner said, he ran out of the ceal a political contribution, but of the Unitarian-Universal-
'- awarded for during the entire incident. served" by any action of the
", the first time StrapJOHANNESBURG Is Out store wounded in the chest and Defense attorneys A n drews. governors h demanding "because" somebody In my place 1st Church of Jacksonville, will
J t/ for service thumb, went to Dampler's waitIng James Clayton and Lance Laz- Burch's ouster."I goofed. speak in Gainesville on Sunday

.." since the Korean South car and asked him for a onby Jr.,.argued at length in think Mr. Burch will resign Thursday the committee I at 1204 NW 10th Ave. at 11 am.

.. War, is to Africa CAP) A Salvation I ride to the hospital. an attempt to have the statements If he does not have majority sought from other officials of Mr McGehae has been in
LAP Wlrooholo M the awlS the firm to learn how the Jacksonville church since
be awarded to Army traveling evangelist Joiner said his accomplicewas ruled Inadmissible. support of the party" Hansen this ei-

:rwilllann II. Sullivan ..was Dooms for Donhm I didn't get much support around reluctant to go to the hospital. -I They contended the statements said. ror was made and why It was 960, and li well known here

sworn In Thursday at tie "heroic actions In defense of a South Africa for his pubUc sugestlon "He wanted to get out of were issued without the Sen. Thruston B. Morton of so long In coming to light. because of his previous talks

State Department as amba.. military installation" against an [ : "We need to get backto there," Joiner had said during defendants being I advised of Kentucky chairman of the Republican before the local Unitarian I .

sador to Laos. He Is a career attack last July S in Viet Nam. the age when each home had his questioning. But eventually their right to remain silent and Senatorial Campaign, More About Universalist Fellowship.He .

foreign service officer a Bible in one corner and a Dampier drove him to the frontof retain legal counsel. And in Committee voiced the opinion is a native of Mississippi,

and 'a native of Rhode Island OUT OF BED strap In the other." The leather the hospital, then left Joiner's case, Andrews claimed that "this Is no time for blood nd a former newspaper editor. .

strap was used for thrashing Joiner's statement also took he was In pain and Incapacitated letting." He is currently a member

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, naughty children. jurors back: to the initial meetIng during his questioning. "Our blood Is too thin and Rights of the Florida state board of

INFLECTING D-Mass., was scheduled to begin Even MaJ. Allstor Smith's Salvation of the trio, on a highway in Judge Adkins overruled the there Is too little of It." he said the Human Relations Council.

D: Walter W. Heller back Increased periods of walk- Army colleagues were Ponce de Leon a small town objections, Indicating the law of. Morton said he will use what
aths) University of Minnesota Ing today in his New England not very enthusiastic about near the Georgia-Florida border -fleers.first duty is not necessarily Influence he has to keep Burch Page 1

economics teaching Job enjoy.Baptist Hospital room. wholesale reintroduction of leather In the northwest section of to obtain a lawyer for LI national. chairman. I
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efTbelng o n I Hospitalized with a broken straps for chastisement of the state. suspected criminals. In reference a Meridian trailer salesman;

theWashingtonfiring back since a plane crash last children. An Army spokesman Joiner Indicated he was hitch to a defense claim that Backs Annual truck Jimmy Arledge. 27, a Meridian

line I June It in Southampton, Kennedy -said: hiking when picked up by the one of the defendants had asked driver; Horace D. Bar-

but "I C took his first steps Li the "Times have changed. We Damplers. He told of passing for a lawyer and been denied Of of nette 25, a salesman formerly

aimenjoy the Boston hospital Thursday, don't keep them in our homes through several towns, listening until he "cooperated" with police Meetings Meridian; Travis M. Bar. JoNas. MR. JOHN Orovoildo Wry
reflective virtues any more. We no longer believeIn as Dampier and his wife discussed the Judge added "If a per : LegislatureThe ator ,of partowner and oper. leeo tor tormor Mr, will John be Jonot held ot ogo 550PM 05. rtired .
FRANCO 72 a Meridian
of the academic -! I all this Victorian discipline.I .I robbing service stations son Is smart enough to ask for garage. on lundoy. December 6, 1M4 >l TIM
111 e." ow Cen. Francisco Franco celebrated hope the Idea doesn't get and stealing gasoline for theircar counsel he should be smart possibility of revising the Philadelphia, ,0'h' Neal Burkes, 71, a WOO Lincoln, Rev Oorden L Anderwn' Come conducting 11 P1

around that this Is Salvation to remain silent when Police Department the Mrvkeo. IwM will MM TM
miter served | his 72nd birthday quietly enough ( Florida legislature's! meeting patrolman Lincoln OordM Memerlel Cemetery III
Army policy. You won't find He said they arrived In questioned)." : oien L. Burrage, Cult under me direction of Dornt,
fOllf-years as today at his El Fardo Palace schedule from bi-annual to an- 34
a .
trucking Funerel IImm Mr. JonoO. who 1 llvM
Gainesville the before Oilpepper
ton"e: c 0 nomlc residence In Madrid. Thousands -any straps or sticks in our day nal sessions has been commended in company operator In Ocelo' died November loth follow.Inf .
our homes nowadays. Plenty was shot D u r I n g the G'ville Alan Philadelphia; James T. an .._ Illnooo. ", ...Ivlot
adviser to Heller of congratulatory messages by Rep. Ray Mattox of Winter Harris, 30, a monitor ol lie family ere hlo wltoMra.
Presidents Kennedy and John- received the Bibles, though. night before the crime Joiner truck |y> Jonni I oono to* 4 downterw
were by driver
I added they drove by Culpep.per' Gets Market Haven. ; Frank J. Herndon, 4$, ond on* devoted nephew. MrKoOtrt
Ie Spanish leader. who has been who loll* el flelneovllle.Nice
Mattox, appointed runs *
store about three or four drive-in restaurant
llcallcs Sneak I times Ass'n Office to the legislative Interim In i Meridian: Tommy A. Horn I, MIS. MNNie Punorel Mr*
Ins tor Mrt OWM Pr Ice, n. mil
More AboutZ011ing Into Jail Yet! Dampler's statement taken KANSAS CITY, Mom L. H. committee on annual sessions 21, of Meridian, owner of a' _... KoM. .,. II M ",M. on fen*'y. D*
Inq 4 'Nt II CInc5S 01Oed SI
May 1 Indicated Joiner planned Thompson Gainesville Livestock endorsed annual sessions plumbing firm in Bonita, Miss. OIHI N* I willi lids Jomn WU
'" the He Indicated he Market has taken office this week. Also James E, Jordan N_. contfueflnf theMrvtooo Burl
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) robbery M, a will 50 III 5iuisn C-'VI I'dl
Prisoners at the Jackson had picked Joiner up on the For a term of one year as live- "I consider: the establishment construclloa worker formerly of the Unction of OorMy-i 'unorol Mom
County Merldlaa Mr Prlco 01,5 IKrao M N I.
7M HAm.
Jail wear sweatshirts In the ilghwaybut It was Joiner who stock market councilman of the of annual sessions for the FlorIda and now of Culfporfawmiu : lid D mMr fc IM Mloolnt Mtno

From Page 1 winter months and when SherIff had talked of robbing various Certified Livestock Markets Association Legislature! one of the most Edgar Ray Killen, 39. a mlnlJ. 0151,4.4 11I- 5wvInls 515mb... II

ter farmer Mmlly or S MM LI' M Jomcifrlc
service stations.Dampier a business trade organization significant and far reaching and .
William D. Reynolds, tone Arvld Owsley requisitioned opera ol 011I. *n4 on* OUuol
board member, replied "We two gross sweatshirts! the county I said he attempted to of competitive livestock matters to be acted on In the tor In M t1I1ion; Billy Wayne Fesey City.DINJITT tor.Mr*. emnrMo Mow of Now VmS

TrooperBil1 talk his companion out of the market businesses 195 session" Matt x announc Philadelphia;
have been office oper.
this for agent's ,
working purchasing
on responded for of a \ Mil, MilLs fmMrvlcot >,
practically two yean.M with a $4t alternative: :Culpepper robbery by offering throughout the nation with Wl\1lamsvllle service for Mr. P>lrol sill to InN
ed.He station: Altoa M t M "M. I' ......... OocomMT t1M4
located Kansas
him his pistol to pawn. He said executive offices in said a M -day session every Wayne Roberts
He said the proposals have I I'.J.M a dozen, orthodox :!t, a at n WKIIMM IwMil C".rdwm
all ... gone through seven drafts, and sweatshirts.! I Joiner took !the pistol, supposedly City. two years is too short to MeridJan salesman; JerryNamed *.>. *im>n coiMuctixf IS. iwvhop

result from all the studies the $11.50 a dozen, blue sweatshirts for examInation of its worth, Initial 1965 business p e hey consider all the bills presented McGraw Sharp, 21, manager of C-'VI, iylol W'Will 55 M dfri05'H (t. momm 01C "/ 55.1"
: I and evaluation meetings of the a Pbiladelphla! .. 4 _l. M,. .,.. sos ...
: L: county knew how to make. adorned with "The Bea and kept It to the Legislature! as the state ply pulpwood IUP- M 011 AlocNM. Old No onmr II. ....
"We're' as ready to go ahead tles" and likenesses of the Brit On the morning of the murder governing bodies of the Association continues to grow and faces Also compass III. Alocmw Oonoril HtnHH ottor Ifrli
I I Junun7 Illnro. Mr. PoiKMtt *oo tan)
now as we're ever going to ish moptops. Dempier's statement noted comprising its annual changing problems and de Meridian Snowdpn 31. a .n July 1 itii in AjKhva. ,!.. m

be," Reynolds said Sheriff Owiley exorcised: a he was driving out Waldo Trade Association Assembly. mands.President. Lee truck driver: JImmy No i-ed ItIooe 51 wm

Several persons In the audience veto when he found the blue:Road by Cutpepper's store en will be held in Kansas CitySaturd.y Towl\5fnd. 17. of Philade I bassos Mm. 550141' CII.L >I
when Join and Elected pills, a lenlre Pms.S smv5, far ... 051555
house Sunday. station
commented about an Industrial -ones could not be dyed. ito a friend's Gives at attendant 7* kwomik. old to MM ol II P
tract which .Is planned 'Some of the prisoners would er ordered him to pull off the officers councilmen directors Tlleller Yt'11U1lIIIYUle 311 Herman 5. M .tVurMy, Pocottmr,, 5. MM fWUMom
southwest of the University of be insulted." he said "And as''road and park.Dampfer and executive officers will at Award to RoyBALTIMORE tractor Philadelphia cnn. 0.. U. 1 ems COMKHfl Mroi OMOI* ..>. OK*
; and ..
said Joiner then got tend. Oliver R. >. SurM. Ml M M AntMcK LISP
Florida McCee said the land far as I am concerned '"e have!|I Jr.. 54, a Warner lory.

I use b Intended to serve the enough Beatles In the Jail at-' __ r rI Mt CAP) A niece opera tor.Meridian grocery

the university. This will be gIven ready" faster method of feeding fa-

as a result of questions r World : :formation la computers has resulted Gainesville SunPubllitai

raised. Scarrilt Elected I Capitals la an annual savings 01 Editor I tvtnlngt' txcptSoHjrctev

Zoning board members art I S1M.OM the Navy and a presi-- Of and Sunday momty -

John A. Nattress Reynolds Koiew Editor I: frotthSeawirmsernfrcMOSCOWSoviets : I dentlal! citation to the Johns AlligatorA I 1'qI.,r>4 Caypany.. Galnnvlll at 'lOt fufcM 5E-

Johnnie Braslrglon Robert Hopkins University senior who senior 2nd face, domnvtll*. Florida

Gregg and H. J. (Bob) Sutton. Daniel D. ScarriU Jr., son 41/1 I and Czech I BONN Former Chancellor I II devised .. the fducation major at and ...,.," w second dOll'
Reports TV ,Mrs. William 9 M17JJ '[Issue coordinated attack against I Adenauer urges American be Christopher S. CatdweB. who I elected editor *of F1orIda tile was Go..".,.,...,...or, Florida.ClieuUTIOH. Peso. Offxt et
M. Jr. II appointed NVTO secretary general I worked out the system last summer ItIIdenI
Side Abort are'Important for ,, Pepper West and Peking: toughness of newspaper T| ,
Sets Stolen SW JSth I' la move toward reforming I Ialliance. wU receive the award Alligator, sAilS IT
safe driving In toda/i heavy Brexhnev's anti-Western charges -! Thursday by the CAnasta
: I Irons President Johnson Friday.Explaining Board ., Sill- os MAIL
Ave.waslect'In '
traffic People "no frequently Eight television sets were reported : seen as I tactical rather than I' JIDDA Yemen Ceasefirela the Cald- dent Pllblkatloas. I I'J
I ed Editor process
drive on multiple lane ,
roadways stolen Wednesday nightor basic decision to adopt !harder Ernie 1Jtz. a
Yemen breaking down said then are two tan- St'tIiGr front
find it Chief of iI.: ; eyewitnesses I sell HoI-
advantageous to I early today from Voyles Appliance line. -I formerly AA moil iU>oer tell of war planes attacking with which Instructions Itned .
II .u.aleator
have side! mirrors both on the I the l'nlvenit7oll1orlda F I lilies be psi. 1ft .
right and left tides of their Store, 411 NW Sib Ave Law LEOPOLDVILLE: additional royalist territory daily; 4 ran be given a computer, ".. editorial assistaut a. MOOT*** ., Audit lurfOW III

can 321i The sets are valued at $1JW1 Review Ikanllt South African mercetiars predict wont to come. I II which la easy to write, but less tant procbtion lab l118Aaer, Orcwlohan.PEOPLE .

Entry was gained through a hired with 1M more said UNITED: : NATIONS Rusk 4 rfnetent and one that Is hard toj ImramunJ editor and port on -

window on the east side of the Scamtt Is the former editor to be standing by; Belgian mercenaries .,I meeting with Rumanian foreign ,write, but nan efficient r mer. :.1 55w,, 55 -C, SsmPwmI

building. Gainesville police noorted. -and editorial! board member of also reported due toj'minister on financing IllualiQll I nixed the tire to got the best eJotfc. / H. replace gridoating aditot 5. I' 5. 5.0 5

I "-! !toe Law Review arrive. I land: other 1UU 1. ." I Waiter 1.utf1. -wee---. US--.. .,Ion


Friday, December 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun X.

NATO Party Girl Tie-In' Pressed] in Baker Hearing: ?; ':


SwitchIs I I By CLARK MOLLEMIOFF -- .- ---- -- -- llama, Rep., Del., that he ob- copy of an affidavit made by Republican members of the Unit Baker and the Puerto Rl-
II Cowles Washington Bureau tain the files of the FBI on Its another German woman Miss Senate Rules Commit tee can real estate promoter had
I WASHINGTON, D.C. The Phase of Hearing investigation of Mrs. Rometsch Ingrid Luttert, for the FBI in Senator Carl Curtis of Nebraska carried on negotiations, and
Senate Rules Committee will which set the stage for the de- connection with the backgroundand Senator John I Sherman Baker had made some contact
LikelyJohnson i take testimony on the associations portation.The activities of Mra Cooper of Kentucky, and Sena- I with the federal Housing Ad-
of Bobby Baker with Mrs. Previously Ignored committee counsel said Rometsch. tor Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania ministration (FHA) on behalf

Elly Ronwtsch, the exotic 27- ___ he wrote the Justice Depart- McLendon said that Miss Lut have tried to get the committee of Aguirre. ::"L
Won'tAnger year-old German woman who n ment asking for the files, but to conduct Investiga-- In addition, the report statrtt
was requested to leave the Co."iscl. McClendon said that] retary to the Democratic majority had been told by acting attorney tert stated,that she had accom- tion of so-called "party girl" that Baker and Aguirre m Je

BritainBy country In 1963.Committee Ago. a Is one of 21 witnesseswho of the Senate. Reynoldsalso general Nicholas Katzen-'panied Mrs. Rometsch on a boat aspects of the Bobby Baker In a trip to New Orleans In company -
Counsel LennoxP. are on a list to testify during knew Mrs. Rometach and bach that the Justice Depart-'from Germany, and had lived vestigation. They have contended with Miss Tyler and Mrs.
JOHN M. HIGUTOWER McClendon told a news con- the Investigation.The some of the women who associated ment Is considering his requestbut I,with Mr. and Mrs. Rometsch In that there was evidence that Rometsch.

AP Special Correspondent ference that Paul Aguirre, a first witness to testify I with her, and might testily has made no decision. Me- the Washington area for a pe- Baker and some of his associates 'Aguirre could have been

WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- Puerto Rican real estate promoter Tuesday was Don B. Reynolds, as to his conversations with Lendon said he interv Ie wed,riod of several months. He said used the services of Mrs asked whether or not Carole'
will be questioned about a Maryland Insurance man who Mrs. Rometsch and his knowledge related that Rometsch and other .
dent Johnson evidently Is I some Justice Department officials i that Miss Luttert party girlsas Tyler, while on the Senate payroll .
prepared to agree to extensive travels with Baker, Mr I. has had nearly 10 years of social of her activity. and obtained some Information part of a method of Influencing traveled outside of Washington
Rometsch and Mica and business associationwith I McClendon said t hat he has actions defense
changes in U.S. plans for a Nancy I from the files. i I government on to promote Baker's private
NATO nuclear missile force in Carole Tyler, attractive 24yearold Baker when Baker held I followed through on the suggestion !: He revealed that through!: !I 'renditions" in the Rometsch contracts and other mat- financial Interests," t a *'
an effort to secure British par- former Capitol secretary the influential position as sea of Senator John J. W 11- Senator Williams he obtained a I II house and moved out. ters.Chairman Republican minority re soil)

ticipation. E. Everett Jordan, said. "Aguirre could have'been
Dem, N. Car., and the Democratic asked what Ellen (sic
highly He also controversial intends to handle project the in Hoover Tells Why He Had to Speak Out I members refused to conduct Romolsih or part other like Individuals :

hearings on the party girl had In the promotion of
such a way as to keep open the (HOOVER, Continued from p.1) up. My relations with John were For several months Hoover he Is gregarious and loves to guilt or Innocence of a person. aspects of the case. Baker's financial Interests or I
possibility, however slight, that "A few years ago," Hobver I very cordial. Soon after his had been smarting under reports move around, you can't box him He can only gather the facts The Democratic majority saidit dealing with government officials -
France eventually may be persuaded recalled, "I spent the Christmas'election, and before his inauguration of criticisms from civil In. You can advise him to take and I let the facts speak for could find "no more than a government contractors
to cooperate.But holidays in Miami with friends.I' In January 1961 he calledme rights leaders, which he felt certain precautions but that themselves. If he were allowedto mere scintilla of evidence that and others."

he Is determined not to let We ate 'at all the best restau- and asked me to stay on as added up to: doesn't mean he will take. become an Investigator, Baker or any other officer_ or Counsel MrLpnrinn said that
lot of rich food and director of the FBI. He also of the Senate has I -
rants a Deriding the efforts of the them. in then employee
the present opposition of Presi- judge and Jury all one, the committee will now question
dent Charles de Gaulle, who Is when I got back to the office I called Allen Dulles and asked FBI to bring to justice the men Hoover said there is pressure' \\e would have no constitutional I used 'call girls' or other Immoral Aguirre In detail on his
was much too heavy. him to remain as head of CIA. 1 I guilty of slaying civil women for promos in g
building a French national nuclear rights I from civil rights leaders for the law enforcement. We wouldhave travels with Baker, Tyler and
force, block formation of "Then I got an Invitation to a told "him I would be happy to workers and bombing Negro FBI to give personal protectionto a police state"Hoover their outside business and financial nnm tsl'h. '"
formal dinner at the White stay. homes and churches In the activities"The
civil rights workers and those
the NATO force which Johnson that the
House. When I got out my dress Recently Newsweek magazine South; advising Negroes not to
I demonstrating for civil rights minority report was highly WATER and ICE TEA
hopes can be started next sound law enforcement
year. suit I could hardly I Into had take only
squeeze said President Johnson their problems to the FBI, causes. The critical of the Democrats for
proponents argue
it. in fact, i was afraid curing find FBI boss.It FBI system is one based on a local I GLASSES
These points of administration decided to a new I saying most agents were that local police cannot be trust.ed refusing to call witnesses In .
the evening that I'd pop something described the President as a Southerners who were not sympathetic police system working In cooperatton I '.r Moult fr aus..r.a.SPENCE >
from the call
policy emerged a speech to view the Negro cause with public session on girl
loose. That is when I with the federal agen-
"disenchanted fan" of Hoover'sThe I to the Negroes' cause;
Johnson delivered: Thursday at matter One of the witnesses requested
Georgetown University. Settingthe decided that I and all my White House denied the report blaming the FBI when the Department sympathy. eil'S. He argues the main police Paul Aguirre \ CH1MICAL I SUPPLY CO '
special agents were going to of Justice decided not "They want us to be body responsibilities lie at the local was stated FR 2-1 II.
stage for his meeting next take off weight. A hadshowed to certain and to level and must remain there. He The minority report
and with Brit- survey I As to his differences with Dr. prosecute complaints; guards give personal protection
ish Monday Prime Minister Tuesday Harold Wilson that almost 1 agent In 10 King (whom he recently called and criticizing( the FBI's cooperation ," Hoover said, "but thatIs ImisLs that this system, with all
w'-- too fat. '"a notorious liar"), the FBI with "segregationist"police impossible It was even sug of Its faults, serve the cause of
It appealed for unity amongthe "I took off 10 pounds In a chief added: "I don't enjoy a officers In law enforcement gelled at one time that our Justice best and should be Improved -
Atlantic allies'and denied short time merely by leaving off controversy, and I don't go look- I agents should drive the buses upon rather than x
the Atlantic alliance is "in the
he bread, butter, potatoes and Ing for one. I have tried for, In his talk with the used by Freedom Riders going changed or destroyed.
midst of crisis"Rather chocolate cream pie. Now I'm years to avoid public disputes. men, Hoover replied to newswo-I across Alabama. I refused to do We still have trouble with
Johnson asserted the down 33 pounds to about 170 But I cannot let attacks on the cism. I It. Our agents can not be chauffeurs 'some red-neck backwoods sheriffs
alliance""is in the midst of And we have only five over- FBI go unchallenged when they "The time had come to be for any. cause. ," he aald. "We still find
change, and he argued that weight agents In the entire bu are not Justified. If I didn't blunt," he said In the latest in I "After all that has been written polite forces with whom we can SHIRT JAC'SP

every great period of change in reau." speak out in defense of my terview. "Public trust In the so few people know what not cooperate. But law enforcement -
the alliance has been characterized Hoover, who has served as agents, I would have no moraleleft FBI Is an important part of law I we legally can do and can't do. May is far bettor than It
.by debate and dire director of the FBI since 1924, in this organization.
enforcement and national secu- Our agents can not be as was 30 years ago. The police are
warnings of trouble. speaks with affection of the late About two weeks ago Hoover rity. If that trust Is chipped Instruments for social reform. better trained and I !like to think

President Kennedy and his father leveled some harsh words at his away, our defense against They are law enforcement this In partly due to our trainingof
The President is turning his former Ambassador Joseph critics during a news conference crime, espionage and mbver- agents Their Job Is to gather police officer at our National
primary attention from the crisis P. Kennedy. attended by women reporters.. weakened."
sion is : facts when there la an Indication Police Academy."I .
In Viet Nam to the problemsof "I have known Joe Kennedyfor Some thought the words poppedout
Then he added: "They seem tint a federal law has been violated believe the FBI Is operating -
the alliance In preparation he said "andI the of the moment,
many years on spur
to forget that we have been In These facts are presentedto ( on sound principle Myduty
for---the--talks--- --with- Wilson. _knew the boys as they grew but such wasn't- the case the fight to preserve civil rights, the Department of Justice, Is to IN that It keeps I

for the past 40 years. We were and the department derides steady course and Is not used to
AMA PresidentElectIs : fighting against Injustices before whether there will be or will not serve any pressure! group"
many of our present critics be a prosecution Then lie added with a grin "I I

I were born." "An FBI agent la not authorized I expect to be around quite i
In his Interview the director to J Judgment on the while too."
A College Town Doctor said that pressures have Increased -, past_ __. __ .. .----------- -----....-.
''R a t a V'Pa4rt to turn the FBI Into a t

Si'rui tyurk iTinua ("she was the lister of a practitioner. national police force; people TOP TUNES RECORD SHOPCHRISTMAS
who should know better
I ical school classmate), med-I "He' becomes infused with a are suggesting -
Dr. James \!
Ziegler Appel, the that more and more of
calls that Dr. of devotion and humanism
Appel's feeling
57 year old president electof the responsibilities of law en-
the American Medical Association -month-of practice netted .him, ," Dr Appel said. "lie forcement should be transferredfrom = STORE HOURS ,
only $40. Although he was In alt his knowone
patients get to local
practices medicine In police to the FBI.
Lancaster, Pa., a college town practice with his father th e another as persons. The 'It has been Intimated that In i 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
In the Pennsylvania's Allegheny elder Appel was in the state rewards are Mul-satlsfylng 1 I protecting the life of the PresI-
foothills. Dr. capital at Harrisburg most at am a surgeon but I am doing dent of the United States," he Mon. thru Saturday
Is the time then! as Secretary of general practice and I love it." 'said, "that federal officer n1-

Appel and a genMan curgeon Health. When he takes over next Juneas should take Into custody every- Sunday 1.6 p.m.For .
I As chairman of the I he one who might conceivably be i!
eral practitioner J Joint president of the A.M.A., Your Shopping ConvenienceLOW
threat the President's life
the son In Tile commission on accreditation of .will virtually have to atop see to I
of a doctor, hospitals, he holds a position of ing patients But he said that when"This ne would visiu a city. EVERYDAY PRICES The (Mrfect gift for any """. Nu (i
11ewe mean
and was born great power in American med there was such a cooperative Communist, picking kook and up Shirt JM'I from Fr.mici' ....,.""'
in the house icine. There Is hardly an aspect spirit In Lancaster that other every Reg. 3.98lP's. $2.97
where lie now of medicine In which he doctors would help out until his beatnik In a city and holding I c.ll.ctUn with idling C ntln.n,.l
them without charge. If federal 4.98 LP' $3.97
Reg. .
has his office. has not been Involved at one term was over.Politically officers did this, there would bea I tyllng and flair. N.w fabrics In solid'

His three sisters were sure time or another. I he Is a Cold.I tremendous uproar over the Reg. 5.98 LP'. $4.97 lisle and itrlpei. 401 to 7"Wt .J
he would become a clergyman, His World War II National water Republican who t h Inks violation of these people's civil
like his grandfather, but h 1 11 Guard service was cut short I the A M.A. has done a "pretty rights and rightly so" CENTRAL CHARGERECORD
father always Insisted, "No, by a chronic mastoId condition, good job" I In Its opposition Hoover still thinks the Warren i I II
Jim's going to be the doctor."' and today he wears a hearing against federal medical programs Commission was unjustified In cater 10 tour good appearance
The Appel received aid But he later chiding the FBI for not having I
young helped reorganize He said that was not / I) ills t o PIllll
Phi Beta Kappa honors at the Pennsylvania National at all sure that medicare would passed the name of Lee Harvey : I
Franklin and Marshall CollegeIn Guard, retiring In 1949 with pass if the A M.A. continued to Oswald along, to the Secret
Lancaster, where he Is now with the rank of Lieutenant Ho a good Job In opposing It, Service as a potential klllfr. It I'I'1:1
director of health services. lie! Colonel. He la a member of the and that the more people learn- was Oswald whom the commission 1 l uaiioum i li II IIM.N..ovr

won his medical degree at the World Medical Association, and ed about medicare and about assassination held solely responsible for : WSAA ,
the of President
University of Pennsylvania I for two years has been a dele- the K T-Mills Act, the more' nyC
Hoover contends there I
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JkthirzuflkJOHN UU OF toN otES

rouR S Nape/ The Lesson

*. I.IUIION,. rrwlMM, ..n.l'1 } ,
l"'Wlihi'' .., FAT COWLII Vice ,..... PfOEEieNED
}']orlda'. Beautiful dSsS, JOHNSON VkI rrseldd'j d' r II Of the Congo
see *....11.. Ie/rlrr W. .. CIIIII :
Iasesou, vice rreled see AMrenlsiee
-university city
VI.. PrMIMit, ee4 ClrwMlMTHE MenNN. r. BUCKLEY, JR.
,: By
.elms fnn WMrlnt" PvWIiMrOf I called! In the Russian am.l .
SUN'S POLICY lit. AtlMM |.i.| CMtmrtM k '1Y! The foreign minister of Belgium" we are not guiltyof ins.J .
bassador and said to him: 'See
1. Report the news fully End Jmporllolly In the news columnt. withdrawn the paratroopers from
2. Epr..i the opinions of the Sun In-but only In editorials. Power perlallsm.the We" have already
3.Publlih oil aides of Important eontcoviniol liuits. Up
Russian ambassador was
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 t pacified."It Is not U M.recorded Spaak thinks whether he was, he has not read enough

015 j Communist theory, nor sufficiently observed Communlllt practice -
But LessSecurity
1". rNr 11' ( ; to discharge effectively his role as foreign minister of I

No Crime in power.

Mississippi /rr' 1 nu MESS 1t1'lIE CONGO after all Is primarily the fault

, '' of Into a dogmatic anU-colonlalism by Its
Even though agents of the Federal bombing, the agency's spokesmansaid c ii: e own Belgium IOClall.1.I, whipped(including M. Spaak). and by world opinion.

Bureau of Investigation now affirm an investigation was still under '' The bloodshed and misery the utter hopeless chaos In the

knowledge of the identity of those way.. "From the Soviet point of Congo since 1960 Is the direct result of premature with-

who murdered the three civil rights view the (Oriental security) drswal of the Belgians. And when, last week, the country
picture Is similar (to that of send paratroopers to save the lives
w to
he "was finally
Miss. last "This investigation, !said
workers near Philadelphia ,
hSKX Communist world
the U.S.) but much worse. of white and coddledMI'IIA4A.tM..a
June, there was no indication at this prejudiced by premature arrests The military power of the v over the by Western anti-colonlallsts, exploded In
I writing that any arrests are plan made by the Alabama Highway Pa- USSR has been steadily --.. .-.,.-: years

ned. trol and consequently it has not yet Increasing since It bee am. "THIS COULD BACKFIRE." Topless than 700,000 Red Chinese cheered Mao Tse-tung In

been possible to obtain evidence or an atomic power in 1949. Soviet Peking when he denounced

As one citizen observed it simply confessions that would assure successful national security, however Belgi.patrum having spirited a
has been de
steadily ,
for 7J
isn't a crime in that state to kill prosecution. creasing. Hypothetically the
Into the Congo to rescue a few
either a Negro or a white person U.S. could unilaterally decideto white citizens Mao
lie added "the FBI destroy the U.SSR. and __ Tse-tunz
who upholds the Negro's right to However turned his Dead southwest to.
under the law. The has identified a small of the USSR, would be absolutely
equal treatment group A Great Unknown wards the Congo and shaking

statute books say such a killing is Klansmen believed to be responsible. tt. That powerless country could to prevent only his fist, promised revenge it

against the law, but Mississippi's ." at best, seek to wreak revenge is not reported whether it occurred -

militant citizenry Just balks at the through whatever retaliatory (Joseph Alsop Is guest columnist In truth, that 'the Presidenthas that even the very few per. in that to anyone that in facIng

Idea of jailing a white person for The spokesman said agents had capability it might while Walter Upp- seized upon this post sons who are genuinely close particular geogra.
phical direction his
killing a colored person. Time aftertime conducted numerous investigationsof then have left. mans Is on vacation.) election Interval In order to to the President are still line of

defendants have been acquitted complaints in the Albany demon. Confortlng Not really By JOSEPH ALSOP look backward to savor his completely in the dark about sight to reach the Congo, had
to traverse
despite mountains of damning evi strations and had submitted the results There is another side of this WASHINGTON Since his brilliant success! to date and where he will go and how. which Chairman Tibet against
rather catastrophic coin. It Is great triumph In the election, to enjoy what he has achieved There are a few obvious Mao con.
dence. to the Justice Department."The almost exactly like that President Lyndon Johnsonhas already without too certainties to be sure! If ducted a genocidal, Imperialistic

above. allowed himself a quasi- much concerning himselfwith he decides to Innovate boldly war so few years ago,

Consider the latest development.The department," he reported holiday. None can blame the complex generally with his education bill, for with utter Impunity.

FBI affirmed for the first timeon "did not believe there were groundsto EVER SINCE shortly after him. If it had been a full. painful choices that must now instance the way his Innovs- Meanwhile In Moscow
World War II the military time holiday most people be made. lion Is presented will be as students
November 25 that it knows tRe! prosecute any of the incidents were egged on to maul
of the United States And
power would have been pleased to conservative ss possible.
Identies of the killers. A spokesmanfor arising out of these demonstrations." has been steadily Increasing.But see the President taking more IF THE PRESIDENT has If he decides to be tough in the United States Embassy

the FBI told John D. Morris of throughout the same period rational care of himself. not wanted to spoil his Texan defense of US. interests And In Nairobi representa-

the New York Times: In reviewing FBI work in Southern the national security The fact remains, however quasi holiday by daily overseas, he will speak softly fives of the black nations met

civil rights} cases the spokesmanalso of the US. has been "rapid- that In these last weeks the paying the heavy, but customary while he brandishes his to denounce with the honorable

launched investiga-! cited these actions ly and inexorably diminish vest, cumbersome machine of penalty of his office, big stick. But these con d I I- exception of Nigeria, not
FBI an
"The ] .
I Ing. Today the USSR. the American governme n t one can only sympathize. By tlonal certainties are not the Communist backed rebels
tion after the disappearance of the again on the basis of Its own has only been turning over his compulsive telephoning I much to hang your hat on. but the Belgians; and

ro, three civil rights workers near Philadelphia -Arrests of five present and decision and determination to at quarter speed, while waitIng and In conferences with his The central question Is Tnhombe, for hiring mercen

Miss., on June 21, 1964. The former law enforcement officers in accept the inevitable retaliation for the newly elected occasional guests, he has quite simple. The question I aries.

FBI located their bodies in an earthen .- Neshoba County (Philadelphia) Miss., "could launch an attack President to mount the drlver'l done enough to keep the governmental Is what the President means
on the US. using Intercontinental and machine In fair of his remarks about WHArs
seat set a a sir by one DONE as the
dam and has developed information on charges of police brutality. say.
missiles and bombers course. working order. That has been the election: "Now we've got ing goes, cannot be undone,
Identifying those responsible. carrying thermonuclear weap- enough until now. them all under the same and there Is no way to
Intensive Investigation Is continuing -Th* arrests of a deputy marshalin ons. .American casualties AT THE RANCH In Texas Setting the new course can tent and we're going to try a Belgian government restore

1) to develop the CAM for prosecution Sasser Ga., 20 miles from Al- could well be In the order of despite all the efforts to not be put off any further. to keep them there." That In the Congo, to stay then

ai soon as possible." bany, on charges that he cursed voter 100 million." convey the contrary impression But since it has not yet can mean a Mother Hubbardsort for say another SO years, until
These conclusions are by the President was not been set Lyndon B. Johnson of administration with a
registration workers and firedat creeping civilization
Jerome B. Wiesner and Herbert .. In the driver's seat Otherwise still remains an unknown policy like that shapeless missionary In. But coma
that the slayers' Identitieswere the tires of their although te
Reports cars. York, both distinguished he would have been Presidential quantity even garment, covering everything
known to investigators have physicists and partlcipan t tIn leading and directing the preliminary though he has discharged the but touching nothing reoccupy the Congo
been published periodically sine the -Arrests and convictions of four the development of thlleountry'l discussion of h I stint Presidential office with great really Important. we should at lost learn

bodies were dug from their crude white men who burned the Negro thermonuclear re major foreign policy decision vigor and to conspicuouslygood .Jtu from the mistake of 1960

:grave on Aug., church near Dawson Ga. search. Both were scientist -the decision concerning effect for a few days 'F.QUALLY. THAT remarkcan something about the dangers
advisers to the Eisenhower Viet Nam. Instead, the more than a full year. merely mean a policy of subservience to public I I

and Kennedy administrations. moment of decision was deferred He Is sn unknown quantity "suave In manner and strongIn opinion. M. Spaak did the
The spokesman's brief report also -Arrests of two white men In In an article in the Scientific as long ss pOI sible; ss President I simply matter." Needless disaffection right and couralfCUSI1ln,

reviewed the agency's actions in nine connection with the burning of a American they argue that and at his farewell press conference because he has been so can always be avoided In sending the Belgian irmj

other Southern civil rights cases. Negro church near Leesburg Ga. further atmospheric tests are In Texas the President busy, to date, Just com- although even this requires to rescue his and our nation
unnecessary even sought to pretend pleting the unfinished business Johnsonian adroitness.But ass But the entire maneuver

Martin Luther King of Atlanta there was no significant decision left by the death of Pres- s load deal of disaffec- was so hedged with caution,
Investigations leading to 11 ar. "BOTH) SIDES In the arms to be made.In ident John Kennedy. Even today tion Is unavoidable if any with trepidation, with el-(

In a telegram to J, Edgar Hoover, rests In McComb Miss., on chargesof race," conclude n u e I e ar the same fashion a some of that unfinished new ground Is to be broken. doubt, as to encourage the

director, questioned the FBI's effectiveness bombing and other violence. scientists Wlesner and York President In tile driver's seat business the medicare bill, No amount of suavity of man- voices of protest from a world

in dealing with racial Inci "ar* thus confronted by the would also have been leading! for Instance must still be ner will permit the President opinion grown arrogant, and

dents. He noted specifically that no Seven arrests in Natchez Misi, dilemma of steadily increasing and directing the preliminary crossed off the list to keep absolutely everybody used to Its power to suppress

arrests !had been made in the Philadelphia and military power and stead- discussions of the program he "under the same tent" if he the defensive reflexes of the
\\1 seven In Pile County MISL in
ily decreasing national secur must soon present to Con THE STYLE of a new goes anywhere st all. West
I' case, in the bombing! deaths shootings/ beatings and other racial ity. It Is our considered professional gress. But although precious Presidency Is set by the new It !Is clear enough already

of four Negro children at a Binning- violence judgment that this little time remains to shape men the President chooses that Lyndon B. Johnson Is Hundreds of white men will

ham Ala., church on Sept. 15,1063, dilemma has no technical so the foundation stones of the and the new directions h e one of the exceptional men have been killed In North

or in the mistreatment of demonstrators It from this FBI lution. If the great powers Johnsonian Great Society all points. As yet Mr. Johnson of his political enerlt I o n. Congo by the week end, and
appears report
at Albany Ca. in the continue to look for solutions the main decisions still remain has chosen few men and But a little more time must who knows how many of them
summer that
the agency has been doing at In the area of science and to be taken. pointed no new directions. pass before It Is clear what died or will die because

of 1962. least a creditable job in its Investigations technology only, the rei u I twill It is Justifiable to suspect And the curious thing Is kind of President he will be. Spaak felt It necessary to

which, after all, is the extent be to worsen the situation approach Stanleyville only

The) telegram was dispatched a of FBI responsibility Surely no The clearly predictablecourse after well publicized stops in

day after Hoover, In an interview one wants an FBI with broad national of the arms race Is a Asenclon Island.IT .
a steady spiral downward
with a group of newspaper women
poll* powers. The difficultyseems oblivion."
: had called Dr. King "the most notorioua to lie Instead at the local Into this IS A PART of what Mr.
Despite grim paradox, No Small Power Has This Family James Burnham In "Suicideof
: liar in the
country" for
equating level-where Mississippi l jurors and both scientists entertain some "
the West "Sues
'" called the
the lack of arrests In Albany those of some other Deep South optimism. If more and more' (cl N..* VK TlfllM Lord Cromer with substantial within 24 hours. It was all syndrome," referring to the

with the Southern background of states are so blinded! by hatred for power to to reduce destroy national serves.. LONDON: About the time help from officials at the done by emergency telephonecalls. right Instinct of the Western
agent stationed ther "outskle agitators" that they preferto then that when the United States was Federal Reserve Bank of New One of the foreign bankers powers in 1934 to abort Nas
curity, power conceivably
let their own murderers and may be used to restrain negotiating the purchase of York managed to raise 11 was reached In a turklsh ser's pan Arabic, anti-WMt-
the Louisiana It
Regarding the Birmingham church Territory billion from central bankers bath. ern mania before It became
felons escape punishment. others from enteringthe was being said In Europe that
arms race. The partial there six Impossible to cope with, but
were real powers I.. .. falling to the reserves
I, test ban negotiated by President England France, Prussia ., summon
( Kennedy and then Premier of courage and steadfastness -
Russia Austria and the Baring
Khrushchev is viewedas to bring it off.

I Voice of the People "an Important tint step Descendants brothers. of Sir Francis: French Like One Thins English The Suez syndrome Is working

toward finding a solution In against u* in South VietNam
Baring, an Uth Century clothIng (,I MM V.e. TkMt
I an area where a solution manufacturer who founded cy in Paris, It has now become today: we are there
PARIS In another showof
may exist" They envision a proper usage to call "A committed to the right thing,
i the British
On The Sun' banking dynasty in the cause of
Opinion Page_ _comprehensive test ban, an still In th courage drink composed of diverse alcohols but have not drummed up the
and powers semantic truth, the French
with policing Inspection generally served coldor resolution! to the assignment
0,l''lm end .-"',.." .> SM realer ere tltwn,. In Hit vile. .* Hi. to*!* tttomn. Uttm procedures that might lay a world of International finance. Academy resisted a present Iced" a cocktail carry
awe k. 44M4 eml km the w"ew'.edreew H.... will k. vfthlMM. it .......-.4. A ln.. .h.jij foundation for further One descendant played a anti Anglo Saxon trend And forward.M. .
..., ..c.4 JOO w.r. ."4 sad k. vriMM M M/ Ii". .. ,.k. ,...*, reete .."... be 11114. n. peace key role In the \11. nation and admitted an English wordto also endorsing com- Spaak should have left
See ,.. ,..... structures. sup mon If
rtunt rteM M melees ease Uw t r Ie (H. weheet .11'1'1' Ms wrHs', "' ''.'''e It usage Incorrect English his soldiers In Stanleyville
for the the stock port operation pound select of French the
AT BEST. THE shelter I sterling He lithe Earl of Cro- vocabulary.More definition academy adds a second (after all they've got to barrack
For Freedom American .300 rifles together archlrU have the right to the : "A party down somewhere) until
buy concept Is flimsy and unre mer. governor of the Bank. than half a century where such drinks
with (00 n mm. field guns or II.. lethal are served the Is
weapons The of England are more generally pacified
liable. It leads us on to more after the word gained curren ,"
From Fanatics (tWo S. Churchill 'The Sec Constitution does not give and and only then leave.
more proposalswhich.
ond World War," vols. II and anyone th. right lo organize In grotesque effect could- And the President of the United -
EDITOR. Sun: A recent III.The or serve in rmed gangs or civilisation Itself POTOMAC States should have served
hitter argues that the Home Second Amendment FEVERBy Its
private "milltUs"Congress Only the Chinese, who have notice that the next time
Guard which helped defend doe not guarantee every eltl- has ample authority Just entered the nuclear quarters In Moscow art attacked

Britain against the danger len the right to buy or ute a under Article I, Section seem to want to make use race of JACK WILSON, Cowl les Washington Bureau we shall withdraw( our

of Invasion by Nail Germanywas ; gun. It speaks of the right to 1, clauses I, J, IS, 11 and it thermonuclear! weapons In Mariner 4. heading for Mars finally picks the right star after two representatives -Just ss General
"largely armed with "bear arm*" only in connection of the Constitution to regulate war' Mr. Khrushchev's successors It shows there'a still hope for Eddie Fisher mistakes Eisenhower withdrew

sporting firearms." and that with a MweQ regulated! and restrict the sale and use ss of now. seem to them from Havana under similar

therefore any firearms regIstration" militia" Anyone who wishes of firearms and ether lethal agree with his decision on attempting Nobody knows whether lhoM lines on Mar canals provocations until the
are but
of "license requirement to exercise this right' can weapons. co eiistence General find Ollt. If It len little students Mariner will host government gives evidence
for the purchase of afirearm" Join the National Guard. This There seem to be some people de Gaunt h determined ranalt. pun rioting In the Tidally, the,',. tt ell give them the

should bo opposed Is a well regulated militia.Its who want to go bark to to protect his "sovereignty' l proper protection.
as an "infringement! on the armories well with nuclear The It was nice
art supplied Jungle anarchy the law of weapons of the folks III
Brady Tf"< to give LBJ a fat truck. The moral is we must not
right to bear arms. Germans want them. The kick about ( Who can
with rifle and othermore tooth and claw This Is ill the a President's
The fact la thai although modem military weapons. more reason why-' the rest of Japanese could easily product mile an hour if he's driving a fire truck rh.'llGS'w tip toe embarrassedly about

some of them at first were You do not need to own as have the right to look to them.Scientists. And! you rail he sure thai if the world la defense of our
L'l1con II
armed only with shotgun your own bird gun Vaaooka, our state and federal governments York and W I... ever and snarl "Whre' tile fire at. .rl\'lII. g 110 cop Ia going to pull him nationals and our le ltilN't
rifle nrr have at least given us buddy national! interests. That way
spurting private pistol. ,
tank or fighter plan to serveIn to help Insure "f,"
pike or club, most of the the militia. dam fnra armed fanatics. warning tt Is not comforting Mayor Wagner workers we do not accomplish ear
to consider that the more a York City( to turn off lights to goals, but rather encourage
Home Guard were armed mon'T. Just av.
Nothing the U. S. Constitution (Oun Is a government of laws "
from Its earliest days with says that criminals, not men not even totalledMinute : nation's nuclear power g e is dark conunen Predicted the Democrats are turning this Into the our enemies. and the moral
up the more Its national security cretin who tJ mk.. art
regular army rifles first maniacs. Communists Klaiu- Men."
declines Obviously their enemi, to better that
Navy Ia
will British 301 rifles and men, Birchen or any other Extremist for working on a flying subs "_ *
there must be explorations Imatiat bele able| ht f'C'retarr MeX.awr. b .n for It. we ourselves deep down.
afterwards with (
shortly subversives fanatics or aa- Constitutional Freedom toward another solution. time! shut dMr" a iuh 5.-* "" ?j sir> hn-e at the same doubt the rightness o* ear

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Tobacco Vote 5 NfA FE II I Can Help Accuracy Of Farm CensusThe I PROPANELP. I

Due Dec. 15All farm Firm Census Is underway given an opportunity to vote Morrlston. These seedlings are GAS

In North Florida, including eIA"17 YSS or NO. available to any land owner
Levy County. Mr. Ken A COUNTY WIDE program I free with a limit of 5,000 seedlings HOTTI THAN
tobacco farmers will be ana, Duke of Alachua is area ; .. "11Ret\ underway in December each. Come In and apply NATURAL GAS

voting Dec. 15 on whether to visor for super 4Centnty Soil sampling equipment, for these seedlings In yo ur Cook & Hear Water :
home our area. four
has been at all farm office
continue the present price support t. placed country agent's Put
and enumerators for Levy Countyare supply stares and at each vocaiional some of your Idle land to work Low Cost
acreage control pro- Ala'hua c t, Mr Charlie McKoy for the agricultural department growing pine trees for a prof.

gram for another three years. .. ... _! Villiston Bronson area; Mr. Agent in the county. May we It. Five thousand seedlings will FR 6-5110
To make some tobacco growers County u N Iti"v c Carver Hutchinson for the Cur. urge: you to take those soil plant around seven acres.
understand what they are voting yvilla area; Mr Clyde Qui,,- samples this month and let us
on, we have cPy for the Judson area; and ..-.. get the soil tests run before the i
planned a Agent Mrs. Pat Swilley for Gulf Ham big rush comes after the first Why worry about size,
program for 7:30 p.m. Tues. livestock mock. Yankretown. Inglls, Cedar of the jear. If you have a boy
Dec. 8, at Santa Fe High School lltan, Fn Key and Otter Creek.12001, and Pat Swilley, Branson.I tin FFA or 4 H, get him to I colors and styles
to discuss the referendum. Thee are very qualified people ake these samples for you as
MarketA and should give us an accurate TOB\CCO ALLOTMENTS''pan of his agricultural training "' Instead( get thrtJ:4)
the Roger HOI, economist with ing the new covers will be W. farm count: that Is, provided I will be cut 19.5 per cent across;' Where soils have been test' -
Florida gift suited for
lIon Service Agricultural, will Exten- X. Johns and Joe Imler. It will good cattle sale at the farmers give reasonably,the board according to a state- ed, MI'Ids have gone up. i
referendum and explain the be Interesting to see the results Gainesville Livestock Marketthis accurate information. We areso ment from Secretary of Agriculture We Mill have 53,500 free pine } anyone.
the effects -
hopeful this/ census will reflect Orville FreemanAt the seedlings: available from Container -,
of week head
plantbeds saw 1,010 sold to
of the 19.55 using these
per cent cut a true picture of agriculture same time, he officially proclaimed Corp of America at
In tobacco acreage effectivewith new materials, compared with 59 buyers. In Levy County. It could Dec. 15 as the date ( Food delicacies

the 1965 tobacco crop. conventional fumigants and either The Federal State Market have great influence on futurefarm for a farmers referendum on Prisoner Garden
News Service quoted a to Opens from aroundof
Shelby Brothers, Extension t plastic or cheesecloth covers programs for our coun continuance of acreage and
tobacco specialist, will show a strong market throughout the ty. Please help get an accurate marketing controls for the next IA'islator's Car Eating the world.
series of colored slides taken of sale.Cattle agricultural_ census. three years For Levy County, 706 W. Unir.
tobacco seedbeds using several Cedars AvailableThe Prices Monday: Most farmers have received this would mean a cut ot 117.78 CVNOV CITY, Colo. (AP) All beautifullygift
different fumigants. The slides Florida Forest Service Steers and heifersGood, Census Form A In the mail. acres to MU acres or a loss Star Ca wood, a state legislatorfrom
were taken at weekly Intervalsto has a limited number of cedar $11.71 19.95; standard, $13.25- Fill out this report as best you of (20,000 In farm Income next \\alsenburg locked his packaged.
show how effective the fumlgants seedlings available for p last- 19.75; utility, $11.17.25, cutters, can and if you run into something year for Levy County tobacco,key> in his automobile while on
were In controllingweeds I Ings from the .Andrews Nurseryat $11-13.25. you do not understandcall growers. The referendum on a visit to the state prison with Choose from
the census enumerator In Dec. 1) will be only to determine other
nematodes and fungi. Chlefland. If you are In- Calves Good and choice, legislators: Wednesday
I terested In planting cedars your area Telephone numbersare If tobacco growers wantto But expert help was close at such countries as England,
20 25 standard, $12II25-
After the slides are shown $15 ; as follows Charlie
: McKny, continue the present acreage hand Warden Harry Tlnsley
,,'e will discuss cultural this year, contact our office utility, $10 18.50; stockers, $819.50. 486 KM France and
prac- and get your application blank. area residents control and price support program sent for a prisoner with considerable Germany,
tices regarding seedling production Price of the seedlings Is $8 may call collect; Carver on tobacco. Nothing else experience In dealing
and field planting, so thousand at the per Cows Utility, $11- 14.25, Hutchinson, Chiefland 493-4195! will be considered in this ref with links Caywood had his just to name a few
mark next Tuesday night on nursery. I cutters, $10 13, stockers $8- Clyde Quimty, Trenton 4M erendum. Each grower will be keys In less than IS minutes.
your calendar if you are a tobacco Sportsmen who like to see 14.Bulls I I
grower, and plan to be beautiful quail and ring-necked Utility, $18501725;
with us. pheasants should visit Luther 1, cutters, $12 1550, stackers,
Tobacco DemonstrationWe Sparks, Just off the Glen 9501750.
Springs Road. Mrs. Sparks does I A better hog sale Tuesday
have planned several tobacco all the work, but Luther likes saw 61S head cross the block,
seedbed demonstrationswith 'to take the credit. Anyway, goby compared to 393 last week.I
growers in Alachua County and see some beautiful wild' Butcher grades run 25 cents to J7 d
Carlton O'Steen and D & C life raised here in Gainesville. 50 cents lower but feeders ran'
Ranch will fumi- 114E tROti[ 1AR'll4 JAOIIG t
use a new Feeder Fig Sale to $22.50. .. dor.oN ots+tsa
gant containing Methyl Bromide Hog prices Tuesday: II e.asesta awry sm.r ,+ j
Methyl Chloride and We now have over 400 feeder No. 1's, 180. 200 pounds O Ohrist81
EDB to determine Its effectiveness to the feeder
-pigs consigned $14.80. No. 1's, 20S 240 pounds,!
In controlling nematodes, pig sale to be held here in
$13 No. 2's $14.80.; No. 3's $14.;
I weeds and soil bacteria. These Gainesville, Dec. 10. If you ,
No. 4'a, $14 No. 1 Ro's, $1130
; ;
beds will be covered by a new have not entered your
laminated, perforated seedbed can our office and our No 1 Hy's, $13; feeders ran up ., fyL ,.N ,i 1

I cover made of plastic and tary will be glad to feeden'j,to The 2250.Florida Graded Fee d e r \)
cheesecloth. Other growers us- in registering them for
Pig Sale is slated Dec. 10. tJ; uT 2 1 1STORE

JIlr O -'Zy ird .
II Time Plan One of the longest railroad ,
to trestles In the world Is a heavy I

timber structure spanning 13, "
miles of the Great Salt Lake: URS: 10 a.m. Til 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday a

I For ASC ProgramIn The trestle, called one of the h
engineering wonders of the Add Charm and Grace to Your Table
world when it was completed In 4'and 1
Bradford county It Is 1104, still Is In unable condition. fi
PLANNING time again for our f You/llincrease Your Dining Pleasure 1

farmers. A good farmer and a

successful farmer does a lot of Bradford r _

planning. This special planningis famous "NORITAKE" "
From ;
to arrive at how you will County 1

participate In the Agricultural ) $17,000,000 border, 01 coat rink news with fl L'O I j
i Stabilization and Conservation Agent tan & blu< dciign il rl.... HindUi ft .dgi tr.."4 r.l f
BULOVA fine translucent I chinaYour with ptatlnum. \ r
program during 1963. The only 45-pc. Mt $49.95HUM ,

way for you to be sure Is to T H.m H.4. \ e. Diamond
study the mail you received recently o Watch
from Mrs. June Chap- Choice of 9 Patterns i
man. After you have done this, I urn lime besides just the price. l'Collection

visit your ASCS office and talkit Actually, applying the wrong
Remember that \
over now kind or amount can cost In the
1965 Is Just around the corner
so the first time you are in'production of the crop. ,. .-. rj

town, take care of this matter. Since i I got off on soil testing, ) Wei
might as well suggest mat a
Among our most popular Complete Set I
soil test Is like a prescriptionfor proudly !
the of ,
practices are application your fertilizer needs. You i
liming materials, legume cover might use a t-M or 19-19-10 to present ft includtii
crops, establishing permanent long for a particular crop that
pasture and drainage pro, new w a'b
you might need a change to .
dealing I 8 BREAD &
grams. Any practice -
bring!! one of the materials back: *
with use of the soil can be' In line. A soil test now can elegancein 4t li BUTTER PLATES S SALAD PLATES 1 ,;

more effectively carried out if' help you plan your needs for 8 CUPS 8 SAUCERS I, 14"k' 4 '"'
has been made. Here }
soil test
a t
next spring.
again we Invite you to talk with -
us about soil sampling. I. PECAN AUCTION day will i Diamond), DISH 1 CREAMER 1 SUGAR

be here again on Dec. 10. Popular BOWL with Cover.
| Watches t tn'i.
In general, soils In our county -. demand was sufficient to j (
need a liming material for'
schedule one more sale at auc-
best crop results. The kind of tion. Sales have been pretty J. ta tm l*kw W<.wH, ,:%::,MM ta%tw '" Magnificent China from world famous IDGIWOOD W

determined lime and the only amount by a test.can One be good.better Buying than the power volume.has been 0 f --i' NORITAKE Beautiful original He- 45.t<. let $4 ,9S J

of our good farmers told me course, everybody knows that signs' on glistening white backgrounds.

just this week that a salesman this has really been the OFF Durable, long-lasting finishes.
told him that a- ton of dnloml-' year with volume. 45-ft. set $49.95 Choose a let NOW for yourself or
t lim-eitone ought to be I
enough for him. I askedthe : I Well, after this cold snap, for that ipeeiol gift. ire 4e
farmer If he had made a''the sweet potatoes will get
test. The answer was NO. I dug, collard consumption will .:
told him that the salesman I Increase, cane Juice will beginto t
was just a salesman and that flow and some hogs will "CHARGE IT'V
he was not good enough in tell I change into sausage. Nothing J
the type and amount of material I much better than sausage and Centrol Chorgt or B-L Charge :
by just looking at the sweet potatoes. Every try Brad- ".
soil There is another differ'l ford County syrup on Bradford i
ence In dolomitic and county collard greens! FREE
I Ilsitm ,
Attention Livestock Producers! use'toast sass-i. -
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6 Gainesville Sun Friday, December 4, 196 I II' International Program
Reception HonorsDelegates I i
mm I 'Christmas Through the decorations and a selection tt.
Bridal Hno House" will be the program French Christmas carols pr r'*,
I'I'I 'topic presented by Mrs. Clifford rented by Mrs. L. B. Adan i
International and Mrs. Michael Cuenod. 1
Boyd when the
I I Delegates to the University of., Assisting Dr. and Mrs. win Women's Club meets Mon- Refreshments will be serve .
I Couple THE Florida's 15th Annual Caribbean the hospitalities were Mrt. J. day at 8 p.m. at the University All International women st +
f fflITJILY I L Conference were honored at a HillIs Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Women's Clubhouse, West dents, wives of foreign st
I reception Thursday afternoon by Bradberry, Mr. and Mrs. Newberry Road.
Dr. and Mr' include a, dents, and faculty members & a
University President and Mrs Raymond The program will
OOoj Honored Ruth Weimer. Women's EditorPreNuptial 'J. Wayne Reitz. Ripley P. Bullen, Dr. and Mrs demonstration of Christmas Invited to attend.uaiioocrat. |H

! The social event Is an annual T. Lynn Smith, Dr. and Mrs.
i HOLIDAY recognition of the dignitaries Harry Kantor, Dr. and Mrs.
iI I CANDIES Miss Robin Graham, assisted Parties participating In the Caribbean Phillip F Flemlon, Dr. Hugh
I by her parents, Mr. and Conference who come from all Popenoe, and Mrs. Van Durell.
'"IIY. CANDY Mrs. L William Graham, entertained corners of the Caribbean and Presiding at the serving table -
CANES. In vorloui
Sizes' to wit any occasion recently with a buffet the United States. Ail are gov- were Mrs Harry M. Phil-
supper at the Graham home Honor Betty PoundHonoring ernmental leaders !educators pott, Mrs. Samuel P. Martin,
Christmas HARD to honor Miii Miry Ruth scientists and specialists of the Mrs Archie Carr and Mrs Rob-
CANDY In distinctive Western Hemisphere here to discuss ert M. Mautz.
decanters end fancy Hazen and her fiance, Ted Miss Betty Pound centering the dinner table. health problems nf the.
'- -
wrapping mond Brown. RaY"1 and her fiance, Al Alsobrook, a Guests Included the honored Caribbean.
CANDYIn given Wednesday couple, Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison F Jut
Hord KICK w dinner was Greeting guests at the door
uvirol delicious Bridal appointments evening by Mr. and Mn Har- Pound Jr., parents of the of the President's Residencewere rte :
flavors used In decoration with white Mrs Frank ;' r w
: 11 wood Dolbeare bride to be, her grandparents Dr. and Mrs. John V. D.
i,I Special holiday ojwrt.mtnti chrysanthemums centering the Becker and Mrs. Hugh C. Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison Saunders and Miss Edith Pitts 4iduts
''I of fancyCHOCOLATES .. serving table. Chandler, who entertained at Pound Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. M Receiving with President)
I In iy of Mrs Chandler.The Mr. and Mrs. E. Finley
honored the home Lang
eatchlnj sift box.H Guests Included the Reitz and Mn. Reitz, were Dr.
wedding of Miss Pound Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Percy
and Mrs. WinfredM. Curtis Wllftus Director of the
couple, t
and Mr. Alsobrook will be sol Beard, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
I Gay PARTY MINTS Hazen, parents of the bride- emnized December 29 In the'Klrkpatrlck III. Caribbean Conference and Mrs / end Cheese Cut
lhaptd In bells, rom elect; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Episcopal Church.Camelllaa Wilgus, Dr. Samuel P. Martin, to Order. Also aVorisy
F or other unlou: de- Brown, Miss Julie Evans, Miss Holy Trinity used throughout Miss Helen Graham, Mist I Provost of the J. Hillls Miller of Salads
Il holiday fen- were To Go.
liars livltlti I Kathy James, Miss Nancy Dee the Chandler home. Judy Brill, Miss Joan Haley Health Center which assisted in
:: Cantrell, Miss Delia Adklns Jimmy organization of this
Williams, Haywood and silver were fea- year's con-
I U Art h r Lee Lang, Torsten Andersen, Ken, ference and
Buddy Jacobs, u tured In the appointments witha ; Edward Clay of
It1 1 Campbell, and LaRue Boyd. bridal arrangement of white Cannon and Whitney McClel Philadelphia, who representedSmith

I' COpp Brown nuptials camellias and white candles land. Kline and French, spon-
I The Luncheon Given sors of the conference.
UI'L will be solemnized December I ---- ---- -----
J' I Mrs. Fred Cone and Mrs .
1 'IJ. (, ; .j1nbftJJ 19 at 4 p.m. In the First Bap- Shower Lathai Davis( entertained Thurs' CITRUS for CHRISTMASEveryone j" y
tist Church.
J -- --- day with a luncheon in compliment \ ,,4 l 'Child's slipper '
----- ComplimentsMiss to Miss Pound at the will enjoy fresh '\, ,
Davis home : Florida Citrus fruits and jellies "
"'and Teddy Bear set
Bryant White carnations were used,, from Cross Creek Groves. .
to center the luncheon table in All oranges shipped ore seed- tt "
the dining room and the two less, navels. 20 success- .
7aa I Miss Dottl! Bryant, bride-elect'smaller tables in the den. ful gift-fruit shipping is your Let this little fellow sit under your Christmas bee
of John Anderson, was compll, Luncheon guests were the assurance of quality. with a pair of fuzzy slippers for jour faronte girl t'
mented with a miscellaneous bride to .be, her mother, Mrs or boy. Teddy will wear the slippers when the child
shower given recently by Miss ,
Pound Jr. her grandmother
i takes them oft In natural brown and yellow or pink
Butterfield and Miss Janet
Becky Mrs. Pound Sr., Mrs. WilliamG. VISIT OUR DISPLAY
I Moore. McCrea, Mrs. Everett Yon, AT lELK-llNDSIY'S \ smiths{ cJalmrcu'a.isle 4 throngh 10 $
In the courtesieswere Mrs. M. M. Parrlsh, Mrs. New HOW. ;
Assisting hostesses, ton Ebaugh, Mrs. Harry C. Duncan -
mothers of the
I Mrs. Lawrence T. Butter 1.1d' Mrs Dennis K. Stanley, ,-....., BoKi
Jr., Miss Ash-
Fred Cone
and Mn. H. N. Moore.A Mrs.
ton Barfield and Miss Linda -IJU
corsage of white carnations''Gertner. J i'"' CROSS CREEK GROVE*i .ivill. Shopping Center Open 'Til 9 '.M.I .

was presented to the honoree The hostesses presented the 0. H. (Hath WIIHiiM, OwmrPlim
by the hostesses.The honoree with a corsage of white .
4" !410.PO. .
Saturdays serving table was overlaid carnations a gift of and a china pink place rosebudsand setting "" I.. 101, I...... Gr", Fiends I Sun Want Ads Get ResultsGordon
Including with a white cutwork ta-
In her pattern .
. blecloth and pink and white eanelllas -

; TIL DEC. 24th I encircled the punchbowl.

and authorized Dealers
The guest list included the s headquarters
honoree, Mrs. James Bry ant.| *
mother of the bride 'elect. .*

\ THE BRING KIDS Mrs Linda the John Bryant bridegroom Sodtritrum, Miss Mary elect, motherof ;Ellen Miss for the New 1965 BDLOVA WATCHES I '*

:Anderson, Miss Mince Anderson -
XTO SEE SANTA oAT Miss Fay Humphrey Miss
1 I Marva Jo Koger, Miss Ruth
WILSON'SDAILY Butcher. Mn Roberta Butcher, L
Miss Carolyn Walters, Miss OPEN AN ACCOUNT
3:005:30AND f
JI : : Rosemarie Cardlglan and Miss

1 6:30-9:00: I Donna Beard. < l\\ "First

I The Bryant Anderson nuptials Take to Year
up a
I will be solemnized on December f by BULOVA
I1 2 Hours Free Parking, Old Citl..'. Bank Lot IS at Parkview Baptist x
I Church. A. J.....tapIfM pwshape To Pay 1!
= 17 ::

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rrlday, December 4, 1964 Gainesville;'. Sun S

Vote '; AN1A. ., ..Fr. =
uy#'"i i if I Can Help Accuracy Of FarmThe Census PROPANELP.

Due Dec. 15All wroteLivestock Farm Census Is under. given: an opportunity to vote Morriston. These seedlings arc LP. 'GAS

way in North Florida, Including ys or :NO. I available to any land owner
Levy County, Mr. Kent t A IOLNTY:: WIDE programwill free with a limit of 5.001)) .wit THANHATURAI. .

tobacco farmers will be flake of Alachua Is area supervisor I I'y gel underway In. December. lUngs each. Onme In and app\! GAS
voting Dec. 15 on whether to for The Soil sampling equipment for these seedlings In yo ur Cook & Heat Water
our area. hibeen at all farm
placed country agent's office. P u t
continue the
present price support enumerators for Levy Countyare (nisnty1gcut supply: stores and at each vn. some of your idle land to work Low Cost
and acreage control pro .llachua Mr. Charlie McKoy for the rational, agricultural department growing pine trees for a prol.!

gram for another three years. iV'illiston Brooms area; Mr. In the county. May we, it. Five thousand seedling will FR 6-5110
To make some tobacco growers County Carver Hutchinson for the Curryville ..* u, IJqe'ou to lake those soil'i plant araind seven acres..
understand what they are voting a area; Mr Clyde Qiiinccy samples this month and let us I -- -
for the Judson area; andMrs. t.e n.nt 1'.hb get the soil tests run before the
on, we have planned a Agent Fat Swilley for Gulf Ham big rush comes after the first I Why worry about size,
program for 7:30: p.m. Tues. mock, Yankectown Inglis:\ Ce- IIr the t'ar. If you have a boy
Dec. 8, at Santa Fe High Schoolto dar Key and Otter Creek. 2001. and Pat Swilley, Bron- I 11 FFA or 4 H, get: him to colors and styles
discuss the referendum. Wab.n These are very qualified poo- 488-2212. ike these samples for you as
MarketA pie and should Iflus an ac TOBACCO ALLOTM E N T S earl of his agricultural train \ Instco'd get the
Roger Hill, economist with' ing the new covers will be W. curate farm count; that is, pro-I will be cut 19.5 per cent ncrovs ing. Where soils have born test, i':5, :

the Florida Agricultural Extension N. Johns and Joe Imler. It will good cattle sale at the I tided farmers give reasonably I the board according to a statement 'ed, yields have gone: up, gift suited for
Service, will explain the be accurate information We are, from Secretary of Agriculture V> still have 33,500 free pine' ''fe
Interesting to Gainesville Livestock
the Mark
see results t anyone.
referendum and discuss the effects : so hopeful this census will re- Orville Fl'f't'mlO1 the seedlings available from Con.,
of the 19.55 per cent cut of plantbeds using these this week saw 1,010 head sold to fleet a true picture of agricul': same time he officially pn" vainer CorpAmerica at t tI I!: (
59 buyers.The ..._ ..
In tobacco new materials, with Food delicacies
acreage/ effective 1 compared lure In Levy County. It could claimed Dec IS as the d.itr )
with the 1965 tobacco crop. conventional fumigants and either Federal State Market have great influence on future,I for a farmers referendum ..H' erisoncr Garde"
1 OpensLegislator's from aroundof
Shelby Brothers Extension plastic or cheesecloth covers News Service quoted a steady to farm programs for our county continuance of acreage a n\ tobacco strong market throughout the Please: help get an accurate marketing! controls for the ncv Car of the world.
specialist, will show a ,
agricultural census. three 'rars. For Levy Countv 706 W.
) \
series of
colored slides taken of sale.Cattle
tobacco seedbeds 'using/ several Cedars Available Prices Monday: Most farmers have receiv e dCensus this would mean a cut ofI j ;s r.VXO.N: CITY Colo. (AP) beautifully

different fumigants. The slides The Florida Forest Service Steers and heifers -Good. Form A in the mail. acres to 94(11 acres or a 1 lo.- Caywood, a state legislator

were taken at weekly Intervals has a limited number of cedar $16.75 1995; standard, $13.25- Kill out this report as best you of $20.004 In farm income nrv "nm Walsenburg[, locked his I gift; packaged.
can and if run into something for Levy County tobat.powers. < krv In his automobile while
you year on|
to show how effective the fumigants seedlings available for p II n t- 19.73; utility, $11 17.25; cutters .
do not understandcall The referendum a visit to the stale with
were In controlling I ings from the Andrews Nursery $1113.25.Calves. you prison | J'W Choose from
the census enumerator In Dec. 15 will be only to deco they legislators Wednesday I
weeds, nematodes and fungi. at Chiefland. If you are Interested I Good and choice
in planting cedars ,your area. Telephone numbers mine If tobacco growers: nm Rut expert help wan close at such countries as England,
After the slides are shown, '$15 20,25; standard 1218.25 'are as follows; Charlie McKoy, In continue the present acreage" Warden Harry Tinsley
we will discuss cultural prac- and this get year, contact application our utility, $10 1(50; stockers, M- 486 23611, Williston area residents control and price support prn ,sent for a prisoner with considerable France and Germany,
tices regarding seedling production your 19.50. may call collect; Carver gram on tobacco. Nothing else1, experience In dealing
Price of the Is
and field planting, so 1,thousand at seedlings the $8 per Cows Utility, $1314 25, Hutchinson, Chiefland 493-4-I95, will be considered In this rnercndum. with lockv Caywood had his just to name a few.
mark next Tuesday night on nursery. cutters, $10 13; stockers, $R- Clyde Quincey. Trenton, 483. Each grower: will or jkr\s in less than 15 minutes

your calendar if you are a tobacco Sportsmen who like to see 14. .

grower, and plan to be beautiful quail and ringneckedpheasants Bulls Utility, 116.5017.25;
with us. should visit Luther cutters, $12 1559; stockers,

Tobacco DemonstrationWe Sparks, just off the Glen I $9.5017.50.A .
Springs Road Mrs. Sparks does better hog sale Tuesdaysaw '

have planned several tobacco all the work, but Luther likes (IS bead cross the block,
seedbed demonstrationswith to take the credit. Anyway, goby compared to 393 last week Jj5)
growers In Alachua Countv and see some beautiful wild. Butcher grades run 25 rents to, .
Carlton O'Steen and D 4 C: life raised here in Gainesville. 50 cents lower but feeders ran' "" 'tt4E f lE Vr1794 54aISR
Ranch will use a new fumigant to$22M.! I
Feeder Pig Sale
containing Methyl Bromide Hog! prices Tuesday: I INil.
Methyl Chloride and We now have over EDB to determine Its effectiveness pigs consigned to the feeder '
$14 80; No. 1's, 205 240 pounds, 8
In nematodes I sale to be held here In
controlling pig
$15; No. Z's $14 BO; No. 3's $14 16y1d
weeds and soil bacteria. These Gainesville, Dec. in. If
No. 4's. $14; No. 1 Ro's, $11.30 : \
beds will be covered have not entered feeders
by a new your
No. 1 Hy's, $13; feeders ran up .
laminated, perforated seedbed:call our office and our secretary ,
to $22 Ml. \ c / ;,.% I\
rover made of plastic and I' will he glad tn assist you The Florida Graded Feeder
cheesecloth. Other growers us- In registering them for the sate ,
\): .
Pig Sale Is slated Dec 10.
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I !OlllWt) @ a

One of the longest,: railr\ oaf
Time Plan
to trestles in the world Is a heavy'

timber structure spanning 13', -
I miles of the CorrAl Salt Lake. STORE HOURS: 10 p.m. Til 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday ,

For ASC Program The trestle, called one of the, ,

engineering wonders of the Add Charm and Grace to Your Table j :
world when It was completed In
In Bradford county it Is 1M4, still Is in usable condition. .
PLANNING time again for our and You'll Increase Your Dining Pleasure

farmers A good farmer and a

successful farmer does a lot of lira4lfortlCunnty.

planning. This special planning From the famous "NORIT AKE"I

is to arrive at how you will I

participate in the Agricultural $17,000,000 Delicti krrdtr r>.'*"" 00 P*!'it! Dunk roan *"'> .net I ,.
Ian & MIM ctamign t m, Ht a& .. treai.d
lablhzlltion and Conservatl e nrOllral1 J\gc'nl BULOVA fine translucent china with Bltimum.

during 1965. The only 45 ft. ct $49.95EDGCWOOD
for to be Is toludy Diamond
ay you sure li. T Hnifim 1
the mail you received reanlly > y Watch
from Mrs June Chap. Your Choice of 9 Patterns ,

tian. After you have done this, um lime besides just the price.

lisit your ASCS office and talk I Actually, applying the wrong] 45-PC. SERVICE FOR 8 '
over. Remember now that,kind or amount can cost in the!II
|'55 is just around the corner;'' I
'production of the
|> the first time you are In,
Iwn, take care of this matter.: Since I got off on soil testing, \
I'might' well at' j r
Unions as suggest that Complete Set
our popular(soil test is like a prescriptionfor ,.
lictices the of
are application
your fertilizer needs. You t
ning materials, legume cover' e. t r
might use a "".8 or HMo-10 so Collection includes ; ,
Isture tips establishing permanent,long for a particular crop that x f
and drainage -
pro you might need a change tnl) 8 DINNER PLATES "
ims. Any practice dill t n g bring on. of the materials back 8 BREAD ti ( 0.4
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multiply. Other types of food trol and prevent this type
I I poisonings are caused by chemicals Infection.
News of InterestTo .
Special is causedby
or plants. Food Intoxication
Home I Samonella or ihlgella which such bacteria as staphylococci *
Agent'sNotebook In the Intestinal tractof or botullnl in contaminatedfoods.
the Colored Community live ;: Botulism is highly fatal
I man and some animals causes polnsomg characterized b jr
food infection. These bacteria and
News Items for this paw should bt directed to Ben F. Chllds Colored] News I headache, weakness paralysis -
by eating muscles or
editor by nail at 52ft NW 8th St. or br phone at FR 65753. Do not send I are spread principally of the eye
Items directly to the Sun office. By CLARICE E. ROBINSON :;; contaminated food or drink other muscles. Severity may
Prn.ral Mrs ..""..... wiN N III a i I Agriculture Extension Service \ ;. for indirectly by means of uten- depend upon the amount of poI-
towels or other articles son. ingested.
ALACIIUA NEWS Baptist Church will conduct the PARENTCONFERENCENIGHT sils, Botulism! Is contracted
R services.At Proper care of leftovers Is tion of acid fruits such as raisins handled by an Infected person. of un-
HOLIDAY Monthly MeetingThe i p.m., Rev. Dennis, pastor 1-very important. They should not cranberries or orange Cleanliness and thorough cooking dercooked through the canned consumption meats and
CANDIES Parent Teacher ASM- and his congregation/ of the There will be I Parent-Teach- be allowed to stand at room juice. of foodstuffs from animal
elation of A. 1. Mcbane School Second Morning Star Baptist er Conference at Lincoln High temperature but should be refrigerated Food Dolsonmf is caused by sources are measures_to con:::-vegetables.----- --- -_______
Festive CANDY wilt hold Its at the School Monday, Dec. 7, at >-
CANES. In various meeting Church will conduct the scrv on for safe keeping un- numerous agents and is a' '''''''''''..
mil to wit any oc. school on Dec. 7, Monday, at I p.m. til the next meal. In particular term applied to food Infections
colon > p.m. ices.At 7:30: p.m., Rev. T D. Davis This Is a regular PTA meeting all stuffing should 1 be removed caused by bacteria multiplyingin
Chrhrmgs HARD The parents, patrons and pastor, and his congregation night, but report cards will ed immediately following the the body and "food intoxications QualiCratt1l
CANDY In distinctive, other Interested friends are of Spring Hill i Baptist be issued to parents. dinner. Most authorities recom. ," occurring when the
decanters and fancy asked to be present. Mrs. Nellie Church will also conduct tile mend too that thorough reheat. bacteria release a toxin as they
wrapping Moore, reporter. service Rev. N. A. Jackson, Parents will have opportunity Ing of food is necessary and the
Hord JIICK CANDY pastor; Mn. Mildred Rent z to confer with teachers on best safeguard against infec .
In Mv.rol delicious PARADISE NEWS Scott, reporter. the progress of their children. tions. .,,.
flavors Rally Set All parents and friends are In a recent statement by the )434 1 1
Special holiday aiwrNmarri Invited to attend.FRIENDSHIP Bureau of Nutrition of New J
Choir No. 1 of the St. Luke FREE DANCE AT B-CC
of fancyCHOCOLATES ieC
In Missionary Baptist Church Ji Professional musicians from York State Health it was revealed
ayaeotehlng -
gift. box- sponsoring a rally Dec. 4 and the American Federation of CHOIRS I' that food poisoning bacteria (' It\
are partial to poultry atuff-
Iliii 8. Music Local 801 will be featured
MINTS follows' in dance at Bethune- ing and grow rapidly In temper. / Asi t. Cold Cuts
PARTY The Is a
Gay program as Choirs Union
Friendship atures from 50 to 120 degrees and Cheese Cut
hoped In bells\ mitt Friday at I p.m., Rev. A. Cookman College in Moore 1
will hold to Order. Also a
other da- a very important Farenheit. In no case should
signs or for holiday unlaiM: festivities Odom, pastor, and his congregation Gymnasium. meeting at Greater Bethel I the mixture, In or outside the, Variety aGoSaladsTo
i / of St. Paul Baptist t Sponsored jointly by the Stu- A. M E. Church Wednesday, bird, be exposed to such temperatures '
Church at Lacrosse will be in dent Government Associa Ion
Nov. ,h I, at 8 p.m. for more then three
charge of the services. and the American Federation of The occasion will be highlighted hours.
Sunday at 11 a.m., the pastor Music Local 601, the dancewill by double features, the Homemade or store-bought,
of Shiloh Baptist Church be from nine to twelve,
monthly Inspirational Programwill stuffing can be made less attractive .
will conduct the services. Saturday, Dec. 5.
be presented, and officersfor II to bacteria by the addi
At S p.m., Rev. McK Ins ey The dance will be made possible next year are to be elected. ?
pastor, and his congregationof by a grant from the Music Let all members be present
Little Mt. Olive Primitive Performance Trust Fund of the ". CITRUS for CHRISTMASEveryone
-a. r.. Wle.g ate, Sr., P resident
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Recording Industries. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, secretary; I! will en jofresh

Mrs. A. M. Pridgen, program Florida Citrus fruits and jellies "
PARTY SET chairman; Mrs. G. L. Souder, from Cross Creek Groves.
There will be a party givenat reporter. All oranges shipped are seed Child's slipper
i the home of Mr. and Mrs less, novels 20 years success
Charlie Ross, of 704 S.W. 5th ful gift-fruit shipping is your and Teddy Bear setLet
Terrace, sponsored by Uniform
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V Company Lodge No. )13 on behalf f1 fcituarie' _

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invited. Charlie Ross, captain: Ave., died Dec. 2, at her I ",: f and bloc, in children's sizes 4 through 10. $O QQ
I Mrs. p. L. Scott, reporter. home following an extended illness ?''Ii\ t .

a.m.'Til 9 P-i" !) CROSS CREEK GROVES
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I The choral group of Lodge Leo and James Price of Gaines- ", a H. (Hugh) Wilh.mi, Ownar

No. 113 will meet Tuesday,Dec. ville and one daughter, Mrs. Ph... 4154.1410
Including Saturdays 8, at 1 p.m. for rehearsal' at Dorothy Shaw of New Yo r k ..\.... P.O. Box 101, bland Gr..., Florid Gainesville Shopping Center Open 'Til 9 P.M.tGordons.
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Advent Hanukkah Calendar Of Events'I .


ee TODAY. December 4 mas dinner, f p.m., Banquetroom /
UnderwayWith Student Service Center -
Gainesville Orchid Society .
AY, December 4 6 p.m. City Utility Center 555 can STILL be
Miss the beginning of two religious Hanukkah Just is Christian the four candles represents one SE Fifth Avenue. Dinner party complim e n ting -
inner complimenting
tty) Pound and her fiance, holidays Sunday, observances children do at Christmas. week of Advent, with the large Sigma Nil Fraternity Annual Miss Mary Ruth II a zen, Imprintedwith
, for both Christiansand Advent CandleA candle representing the Christ. bride elect of Ted Raymond
1 at V. Alsobrook 6:30 p.m., reading ot Dickens'I cJ
s. Sam Butz and Mr. and Jews took on a special family custom that began The candles are traditionally "Christmas Carol," by Dean Brown, 1:30: p.m., Mrs.
[3. L. Calvert Pepper, significance. I' years ago. Is observed In many named in this order: the Proph- Lester L. Hale. 7:30: p.m., Jack Williams and daughter YOUR name in color]
inesville Golf and Countryb. Marking the beginning. of Ad.I Christian homes throughout the ecy Candle opening the period University Auditorium opento Miss Nancy Dee Williams, ONE DAY SERVICE
vent the four week season world with the fighting of can- of waiting for the coming the public. Reception hon- 2110 NW Third Place. AT
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a complimenting Miss Kay heralds the approach of Christmas I dles in the Advent Wreath during of Christ; the Angel's Candle, oring George Milam of Jacksonville SU O.\Y. !>December ___
pf bride elect of James for Christians. I the four Sundays before, the candle of love and under- Immediately follow- Chcsnut' Office Equipment Co.-
delman III, 3 to 5 p.m., Advent which receives its I Christmas. i standing; the Bethlehem Can- ing at the Chapter House Kappa Alpha Theta Alum-
E. Ruffin Jones, 1004 SWh name from the Latin word Germany, the round Advent .I dle, symbolizing the preparations By Invitation. nae Club Tea honoring I Inc.
Avenue.mer meaning "coming", was particularly Wreath entwined with rib' made to receive and care: Junior Worn a n's Club, pledge, 3:30: to S p.m., University
| feting Miss Caroline memorable for American I bon and containing four for the Christ Child; the Christmas Dance, 9 pm. unto of Florida Faculty 106 W. University/ Ass FR 2-8421
:kert and her fiance John Catholics because this was' large candles originally was Shepherd Candle typifyingthe 1 a.m.. Moose Lodge. -Club i
Hudson Jr., 8:43 p.m., the first Sunday English instead suspended from the ceiling In act of sharing Christ, and Gainesville Woman's Club
and Mrs. Ralph G. Leigh- of Latin was used in the living room. In today's I the Christ Candle, typifying Bridge and canasta party
330 NW 17th Street. large portions of the Mass. home the wreath may be madeof Christ the Light of the World. 1.30 p.m., Clubhouse West
Hanukkah, an eight day evergreens or a brass circle.I University Avenue. OPEN TO-NITE!
L'RDAY The first Sunday of Advent
December S festival for Jews beginning last It Is placed on a dining room' Gainesville Chapter Na-
the first candle is the
(a honoring Miss Car o- Sunday, commemorates a not table or on a aide table. I ; tional Secretaries Association,
E. Hudson Jr., Mrs. able victory In the struggle (for Let the children help make second Sunday the two candles Anniversary party, 7:30 p,m.,
r Kirkpatrick and Mrs. religious liberty. |the wreath. A circle of wire,' ; the third Sunday thethree Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McSwain
; the fourth Sunday -
|C Wallace, home of their Festival of Lights |entwined with evergreens with the four candles and on 1310 NW 17th Place.
920 SW First Avenue. Known as the "Festival of places for a central candle and Christmas Eve or Christmas SATURDAY, December S
Viet honoring Miss Mary Lights," Hanukkah gets I Its I four within the circle should be Day the four candles and the UF College of Education
k Hazen bride elect of name from a Hebrew word made. Or, the greens and can- last candle are lighted. Faculty Wives Club Christ- t' We Will
"' dies be placed in a ring Xmas Wrop
[Raymond Brown 10:30to : meaning "re. dedication. may
noon Mrs. Gus Me- Each night of the festival Jew. mold filled with sand. II Your Purchase and
I 103) NE! Third. ish families light an additional J>arple candles may be used A Hold It Til Called For
Miss candle In the eight holder can or white candles tied with pur- CAMELLIASOur I
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delabra known as the Menorah. ple ribbons to bring out the
[Meadows fiancee of Shel- According to legend, as the Advent color-purple. The cen- Specialty!
oyles, 10 a.m until noon,
the tral candle, representing the verities and bloom now!
Jews were cleansing holy sizes in
I Paul L. Hanna and her
be white and
}ter, Mrs. Gordon E. temple In Jerusalem for its re- Christ larger than the other ALL TYPES OF NURSERY STOCKAT
Hanna home dedication, they found a container -preferably !
W Twelfth Road.honoring with only enough oil to four. It may be Included in
MissPound. light their work for one day. the wreath as it Is built or may
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8 Goineivillo Sun Friday, December,4, 19Uj I I
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-- I Grand JuryIs Rusk, Gromyko Seek to Avoid

1 SEE by Called UNITED' NATIONS, N.Y. A. Gromyko Saturday and left Rusk was reported ready now privately ganda Gromyko in speaking said to 'vote for not in paying me General their assessmentsfor Assembly. IT 11
I (AP) The United States and open the possibility of further I to canvass with Gromyko the to Rusk was U.N.
The Alachua County Grand the Soviet Union moved today talks next week. possibilities for agreement on have left out charges against operations
has been called to and in the Congo and the Mid- IT
Jury reconvene U.S. In the Congo
toward a new search for cold These are the first high-level i other East-West problems Idle East? '
the SUN at 9:30: a.m. next Friday, trade. Viet Nam.
war solutions after avoiding U.S.-Sovlet discussions since the ing from disarmament to themUt
on order of Circuit Judge J. at least for the time being a new regime took over in Mos The U.S. assessment Is that' American sources said Gro- The United States and the Soviet <
I II II C. Adkins Jr. head-on fight over U.N. fi- cow and the two Rusk-Gromyko the Soviet government is still myko was Interested In broad- Union have tossed this nig)
POLICE, FIRE REPORT 11th St. and Orlando B. Eyler, It Is expected the jury .will nances. sessions earlier this week focused under committee rule and thus ening the 1963 nuclear test ban. problem to Secretary-General U mo!
Accident Roundup Ocala, at 7:05: a.m. Thursdayat be asked to Indict Nathaniel Secretary of State Dean Rusk on the Immediate crisis not likely to make1 radical policy, France and Red China have Thant. fait]
Involved in accident reported W University Ave and 6th Simmons, 29, Negro, on a I arranged a third meeting with over Soviet arrears on U.N. changes. In contrast to Moscow's refused to Join, and there seems 11'
by the Gainesville Police St. charge of raping an eld erly Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei dues. currently harsh propa.I to be little Washington or Moscow : It
and the AI I hua
Department a c GENERAL HOSPITAL Gainesville white woman. | can do about that. centtarn
County Sheriffs Office duringthe December 3, 1964 ever, Rusk and Gromyko
Woodrow past 24 J.hours Barber were, Jacksonville : BIRTHS: Gets Pediatric I Peace Corps Tests Drop Off at UF said to agree that the 110W'j lairN
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel of extending the ban to -

and, at Jimmie 8.27 Thursday I. Ward at, Mic-SW' Ing, Archer, a girl; Mr and Academy Posts The number of University of test until their junior or senior -|Florida campus for the r first I ground explosions now ex- dan"
Mrs. Bruce Kuntz, 3219 NW could be explored in (
13th St. and Archer Road. EVANSTON, 111. Dr. Richard Florida students signing up to year," he said. time last year and over two empt
19th St., a son. technical talks at the Geneva Joe'case
William 0. Lee, 3860 Archer T. Smith, professor and take the Peace Corps examination The Peace Corps visited the per cent of the University's disarmament conference.
and Willie Plummer, 2113 ADMITTED: chairman of the this year Is significantly
Road Department of took the examination auto claim service
student enrollment the
6:30 Robin Roberts, Delorls Jenkins lower than last year's total Wrong Number I The U.N. financial
NE 8th Ave., at : p. m. Pediatrics, University of FlorI- : -largest
Thursday at NW 8th Ave. and James Anderson, Steven da College of Medicine, has according to Walter Davis, a For Santa is on a back burner and the simmering national can
4th St.Thomas. Strother, Paula Miller, Robert been named to two committeesof member of the seven man "Most of the students stopping question Is: How much claims network. ble;
Donald Elliott, Nathan OGDEN, Utah (AP)' Sam Information center will the Soviets have to pay Contact me bus;
I C. Douglas, 6501 NW Hogue, the American Academy of Peace Corps recruit team 0 n I by our today!
20th Place and Robert L. Hartman Walker, Mrs. Lois B" 111 e, Pediatrics. campus this week. Hood, Ogden city manager, was this year are new students," and In what manner will they 117 chirU
Gerald Keith, Mrs. Florence puzzled over the calls he had,Davis said. pay to escape losing .their N.E.
/ 314 NW 14th St., at 6:33' He was appointed to a two- Testing began Wednesday In .' d_ had
p.m. Thursday at SW 2nd Ave. Ellis, Mrs. Dreama Sharpe, year term on the editorial boardof the Florida Union and will be ms been office.The receiving. Wednesday at I t 16th Are. hill
and 1st St. Mrs. Lillie Mae Williams, and Friday at I $
: today
Pediatrics, monthly journalof given affli
James J. Cass, 520 M u r-I Jaython GIlcco, Mrs. Son I a the Academy and was noon, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., on hesitant voices of little UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP. PhoneFRanklin
re- hap
Melton Yates, Mrs. children on the phone told him
Hall and Charles S. Livings,
phree appointed to Scientific Program Saturday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Mec
Byrd, 1441 SE 28th Tit., at Bonnie Kunt; Dorothy Franklin, Committee, which Is responsible and next Monday and Tuesdayat what they wanted for Christ-, eve:
6:18 p.m. Thursday at W. Uni Hawthorne Archer; Mrs.Mrs.Eleanor Ethe 1 for the programs of theacademy's noon, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. "Isn't this Santa Claus?"I SPEAKER: CHARLES WHITE McGEHEE 2-0444 H J
Downing, ;
and 8th St.
verslty'Ave. annual meetings.The Davis, who directs the Peace asked Minister, Urvitorian Church onciport
Chlefland Mrs. the sixth caller of the'
1606 NW Beauchamp, ;
Robert T. Shewey,
academy with West African of Jacksonville Ralph Turlington
F more Corps' program
14th Ave. and Donald P. Altelrl Margaret Sparkman, Waldo I ; apparently startled by I
than 8,300 members In the U.S., says the decline is due, in part, Hood's businesslike tones. I er1 1
3510 NW 33rd Ave., at 4:50: Lindon Stephenson, Branford; All who ore interested are welcome. Parents
Canada, and Latin America, Is to the team discouraging fresh. Hood checked with the telephone pea 0'7 Woein
p.m. Thursday In the P, K. Mrs. Neta Mizille, Crescent may leave children in the Nursery School ....
the professional association of man and sophomores from tak- n
Yonge High School parking lot.|City. company, which got the during the service. I TAT I PARElw I
DISCHARGED: physicians certified in the care ing the test line from a city park's "Fanta- .aaeakr. teureen grapyV & thenbenn
Richard and J.Kenneth Stockton,A.Jacksonville No e. Pearl Owens, John McLoud, of Infants, children, and adoles- "We are asking that these syland" transferred back to Sunday, December 6, 11 a.m. 1204 N.W. 1 Oth Ave. I II Mm .. *(!U;;ft* .......'! <.

gel all SW 11th St. it 4:43: Carolyn Langford. Owen John[. ents. students postpone taking _the Santa. 1 I race
p.m. Thursday at 1100 SW 13th son, Charles Copeland, Baby ine
Girl Celthman, Mrs. Vera r A
St.George M. McCullars, Manor Chapman, Panzy Cannon, Mrs. Dab
Motel and a parked car, at Jan Withrow and baby boy, dose
3:43 p.m. Thursday at 500 SW Deborah Floyd, Mrs. Diane I nan
12th St.Joyce. Kite, Timothy Shiver, Mrs. The BEAT whe,
Whole W@RLD Our hay
M. Merritt, Rt. 4 anda Lula Belle Sykes, Mrs. Roberta Is
parked car, at 1:46: p. m. Katz and baby girl, Floyd Logan
Thursday In the unit block oNE Mrs. Velda Mills and baby oilA'
1st Ave.Marvin 'boy, Mrs. Loring Goode, Mrs.
E. Cox, 409 SE 4th Martha Hall, Baby GIN M I- rear
J St. and David A. Adams, 2304 truo, Roswell Munson, Glen gott
,I SE 12th Ter., at 7:52: a.m. McQuary, Henry Johnson, Steven -
Thursday at SE 3rd Ave. and Strother, Robin Rob erts, Brit

15th St.Charles'. Delores Jenkins, Dorothy milSi
\ M. Bembry, 308 NE Franklin.

Ii Post Office Is Ready- mOl Thl''

But Fingers Are CrosscdI'

WASHINGTON (AP) This And It hopes to do It with the
Is the time of year the folks it I help of 145,000 "Christmas as-
the post office glance nervously sistants," only 2,000 more than
at the sky for signs of snow, talk the 143,000 extras taken on In :4', of possible transportation 1963 and less than half of the < suit
strikes very seriously and, 300,000 hired the year before. <
above all, keep their fingers
crossed. At
( For Christmas Is exactly
three weeks away. @
"The peak mailing period Is
upon us right now," a department -
spokesman said' today as The delightful, easy wiy to r
he discussed the delicate/ delivery '
system that Is designed to LEARN BRIDGEor PT
get your mail to you before the _
holiday not after It. Improve your sameAUTOBRIDGE
I" The deadlines have been posted v
the promotional campaign
mounted "Shop early, mall .
early, use zip codes" and the
trouble spots that turned up In the play yourself Bridge Game 4 I

previous years hopefully have

been Now erased.about an the Post Office] UJ tMMJUI f I

f Department can do Is hope that _' [ a ". LJY i
1r all goes smoothly. _D. ;:!:
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this time is another "Chicago _1J'L....-. --- .....
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because It is the approximate PLAY f a' < t
center of the country, and Alone -
most east-west mall goes fr1 Anytime
through it. Anywhere
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western storm and subzero tem WORLD CHAMPIONS ARE
peratures slowed things up. So YOUR INVISIBLE PARTNERS
this year, the Windy City has on
Its South Side a brand new parcel 3 MODUS iwrii. .
post facility, Inspected just for either Beginner or Advanced Players ; seI
Thursday by the top man himself Spiclil taint ; y..a'4'r
Postmaster Cen. John A. I w ,J.
Deluxe Pocket ;t t t; ;p tki
Gronouskl And $1 million worthof y a M
new mechanical equipment Uri Mninltl F??

bas been added. Etch let Conliinii Playing laird,
Still, because there Is no way lesson Book mil pitying hind
of keeping snow from falling, CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT I
"We're keeping our fingers' ..
crossed for the next three CO.,
weeks," the spokesman said. INC. : iiwi
This month the Post Office
Department expects to deliver 7 106 W. University
billion pieces of mail 300 million FR 2-8421

-more- than last December..j WILLIAM L, RYAN (left) is one of the most experienced, News Editor. He is truly a great desk man who sharpens

1 most traveled Associated Press correspondents. Over the his remarkable news reflexes by frequently leaving his

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WHY Castro's takeover in Cuba. He covered tho landing of U. S. of the world. That includes Pulitzer Prize winners on

are so many Marines in Lebanon, the Hungarian revolt, and the Stalin three continents: MALCOLM BROWNE, Asia; LYNN HEXN-

crisis in Russia. BEN BASSETT (right) is AP's Foreign ZERLINO, Africa; and EDDY GILMoRE, Europe

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Friday December 4, 19(4 Gainesville_ Sun

( Money Comes to Libya, I ADVISES CAUY GRANT AT 60

. May Be Doubtful Bonanza ITo Keep Youth, Tree Yourself'.. I

1. By GEORGE MCARTHUR million In oil Income. Next yearit National sensitivity Is also ... .

d. TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) With will be $230 million. The Esso mounting over the big U.S. air By HAL BOYLE I the inroads of three decades in live In truth and keep relaxed living. But paradoxically, you "The best moments people

the coming of darkness, the company is preparing to invest base at Tripoli and a British NEW YORK (AP) How Hollywood. I will last longer, have a better I have together are probably
''- muezzin's Koran chant floats many more millions for plantsto base agreement. Money from does Cary Grant stay so young? "I don't try to follow any lire and be more contented -
it I nightly from the hilltop Curgi liquefy natural gas and ship base rentals Is no longer needed Grant answers with a kind, Iwhen they are silent Most
is the question that since regular I ride a lot, If you relax and be yourself.
calling the Islamic it to in of half-embarrassed, bantering: program. sounds that people make are
U n mosque Europe refrigerated and Increasingly vocal Arab
he makes no secret of being CO, like to swim.. "''I to free
try myself as muchas
faithful to the day's final pray tankers insuring even more nationalists want them out. I is most often asked this durable seriousness queries as to his, only forms of self-defense."
- millions for Libya. The bases oil inflation and own formula for keeping youngm "I try to do what I want to do possible from hypocrisy and I .
er.It has been thus In Tripoli for All this In a nation with less rising Arab nationalism create of the Golden Age of the spirit and looking trim and at the time. I don't eat many the need to Ingratiate."I .

I centuries even before it was than 1.5 million mostly Illiterate political pressures on After than 60 youthful In face and body. I fatty foods, but I really don't like people who express Mod.rnShoe

famed as the Barbary Coast, a people. These are scatteredover old King Idriss.Preferring n.year-I' films in making 32 more, he has onlya "I' don't know that there's any know whether thst'i Important themselves easily, people who
lair for pirates. I 1,500 miles ef coastline and I the few touches years of to mark trick to it." he laid. "I try to|or not. are able to use their full natural Repair Shop
I Nowadays, a new and discordant deserts almost the size of West-| palace at Tobruk, he rules by gray "I eat only when I'm hungry,, powers and not defeat themselves Heels Attached
refrain is added. I ern Europe.It long distance and with Oriental and read when I'm not Sometimes through fear I mean people
"Craps, snake eyes, Little Is proving too much. The'suspicion, frequently Jugglinghis I don't sleep for three, like Billy Graham Howard 5 Mins.
Joe" rises from the Italian-run, economy is spiraling wildly. ministers. : rA days. Other times RO to slp Hughes, Jan Pocrce Frank Si
casino almost in the shadow of United Nations figures make! Such situations! are increas- t1d.-F12 ( .r for the whole blinking week natra, Dave Brucbftk, Peggy Soles Attached
1 I the minaret. Boisterous American Tripoli the' 13th most expensive ingly Irksome to the slowly 1.1:1 :: end. I Lee Picasso and Ingrid Bergman 15 Mins.At
I oilmen crowd the dice table growing number of young officials ENTERTAINMENTJtmm .
city In the world to live in -j : A talk with Grant Is aramble
; oil money covers three and and students. Until recently Fw I'll* Art ImMlof J
worse. through many fields as he is a Ingrid is the most attractive Two Locations
roulette wheels; slot ma- in Libya Stt0t4 WO M. H.lttll.Ml
busy politics largely
!l chines Jangle merrily. Last month the government around separatist move- man with sprightly enthusiasms,, person in the world because she 1620 W. Univ. Are.
the casino added to the I interested in religion art, and completely lacks artifice. Carolyn PlaiaFK
Until the oil boom spiral by doublingcivil ments In the provinces of TrlpoltanJa I
had been sliding gloomily downhill service salaries. A top bu- and Cyrenaica Now human nature, and one gifted 'Although' I recognize Injustices 6-0315 end
' for years. Its current gaudy reaucrat will now get about (9,' they swirl around the mon 'Dear Heart' Tells with some humor ss to his own and inequities, I have no 101 N. Main St.
affluence emphasizes what is 000 yearly, an unthinkable salary archy, particularly the crown place in the scheme of things.In crusades to !lead myself. I rarely Opp. lit Not'l Bank
happening In Libya a placid only a few years ago. The prince, the king's nephew.The his own words here la how get angry. You only abuse FR 6.5211ERC
Mediterranean country being government newspaper which king's popularity dropped he feels yourself when you get angry
overwhelmed with money. announced the happy tidings sharply this year at parliamentary Of Lonely HeartsBy Ufe Is Just an occupation of anyway.
Horse-drawn gharries that was hardly on the streets before elections. His police arrested time. It's all a matter of what

once provided leisurely transportation merchants began marking up possible opposition candidates you do between getting up and COLA FREE FUN SHOW
I are giving way to meter prices. on He eve of the day they BOB THOMAS: seems more fitting, but Warner going to bed. TOMORROW MORNING 10 A.M.
taxis, with New York rates. oil officials were to register. AP Movie-Television Writer I Brothers apparently made the "I don't have a great respectfor 0* Strum 0. 51...'
r Women clutch their veils tightly Responsible company know- The U.S. Embassy is watch HOLLYWOOD (AP) Evle switch to>> cash In on the hauntIng people who pick up lines of "I 1TOOGIS" "UNCLI Illl"
shuddered. They
;'} in public peering at the world on ing all this nervously. With Jackson is the kind of a woman' title theme written by Henry friction In living. It's best to IT'S All IRIII
one But they are sitting political than billion-dollar Investment who knows In her car Mancini and Livingston keep
through exposed eye. They can handle more a everyone an open channel to the
J beneath their shroudlike "bar quicksand.about 10 cent of Lib'a'sl to protect, it has rea' by the tune she gets off the Evans. pursers that be, You have to
racans" some are now sporting only force. per The government, sons. The Libyans however, are train. She telephones welcome "Dear Heart" by any name learn to rest on the arms of
- sheer stockings and Dior gowns.A and private business more and more disdainful of messages! to be delivered to herself seems to be the most promising Cod or creation, and then everything
few years ago Zelten and bureaucracy take in a few more. The advice, even from such agencies' so people at the hotel won't sleeper since ")tarty," which it will be all right NOW
Dahra oases known only to the United Nations. think she's lonely. She knows resembles. I'
were as
desert Bedouins. Now the rest, now flocking cases Into abandoningfarms the cities: every bellboy by name and has What makes it so good? In the power'Man and Is Inhibits afraid It.of his own .........,.......,." ....-..-

names designate oilfields famed and. In, are many being squeezed by ReservesMay herself paged In the lobby. I beginning it was a script without by Tad' "The happiest time of my I AMUI\CAH WeTERNATISNA S : :
oilmen gather. They Mosel which I is human j
wherever I
the Inflation. She Is a smalltown post-, life? About now, I suppose although
have put this once little-known master she prefers the title;being sentimental It tells paral'l I hope It will be happier I .!
the world's 10 lei stories of Evle ,
nation among top to postmistress which sounds! tomorrow .
oil countries. Student AwardDon Face I racy to her. In New York on a busybody who admits she "goeson "My lift has broom .
' As recently as 1960 the bu- I convention she strives desperately too long and Harry Mork,, progressively
reaucrats of ascetic King Idrlss' R. Duer, son of Margaret I to Involve herself with other !. the greeting-card salesman who happier became I've got
New Cuts rid of lot of the blow
I got along on $50 million yearly I D. Duer, 1427 NW 13th St. people's lives and to avoid,has been promoted to a New In a childhood my ego I .pAP1Y
half of it from American and Is one of five University of the clutches of three old-maid i York job and plans to marry an got You have to
, British handouts and rental for architecture students WASHINGTON (AP) For! harpies who want her In their Altoona Penn., widow. Inevitably learn to forgive your parents the
military bases. who have won honors in an architecture the second timt In two years, bridge-and-gossip matches. She the destinies of Evle and 'things they didn't know and be i .MMCOI t 'Ii
' Since then, the oil companies, design competition defense officials appear to be also tries to avoid the trap of Harry converge. grateful for what they did know. .NUVISIQII.

mostly American have spent sponsored by the Florida Solite preparing for major surgery on another convention Idyll with a Geraldine Page has for three won "I used torches to carry In some emotional butI .i.......................... .
dollars here. forces. nominations youth
i more than a billion Duer won a second military reserve handsome married man. Academy my
This year Libya will get $150 Company. Just what form that surgery of her four previous films I tried never' to bore my fellow
I ........., place award.In will take Is not yet clear. Stud- Evle Jackson Is one of the "Hondo; "Summer and min with thorn. I'd rather torture EXTRA ADDID ATTRACTION!
..... ..,. I addition to monetary ies have been under way In both 'world's lonely crowd. She Is Smoke," "Sweet Bird of Youth" It out alone. "THE DAVE CLARK FIVE"
'S -S.5Wb' awards of $75 for tint place the Air Force and the Army. portrayed brilliantly by Geral-) and she Is likely to>> make It "The most important thing In Special Short In TechnicolorPLUS1

... !! CI, 'and $25 for second place the The service recommendations dine Page in a fine new title film of'four out of five with her Evie life! Is getting married well, andhaven't
the innocuous
are awaited by Secretary of Defense bearing Jackson.
Include paid ( been successful
prizes expense very
title -
I .wape pe Robert S. McNamara, "Dear Heart. The original Glenn Ford makes the most of
I snr .... .. ...... 'sociation trips to the of annual Architects Florida conven-As- who will make the final deci-I "The- Out-of-Towntrl,",I Ms role ss the romantically con- at"You that.have to use some deceit "FOOTBALL HI LITIS 0'19U"

NI ION AVI-iu NW 13th.AIM 0..1. tion. sions. I fused salesman providing a* In this world even to make a I with Fle..Ala. Gemet
Indications point to possible I ,convincing a performance as he
I heavy losses for the Army and IiijiiricsAumleuIf j 'has given In years. .. .. __
Air Force Reserve, perhaps virtual The rest of the cast performs .--r:
i F Can elimination of the Reserve I If Passengers ably, especially Angrla Lansbu- ""t\, Treat "Yourself and Company",
ageSteah OOnt
and its merger with the National ry as Fordi too-understanding
i Guard. Warned In Time fiancee, and Michael Anderson : : I :: :- To An Evening At UNITED LIQUORS
The aim of any new streamlining Jr. as her kookle eon.pii _
DINING ( would be elimination of I WASHINGTON (AP) The asiii'i i-aM [feM eq .. .. "' LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGE
wasteful and cumbersome du- Civil Aeronautics Board says Injuries x
DANCINGI plication and strengthening of to 17 persons aboard a Jt I W. Don't Core I If II III NORTH MAIN ST. AT N.W. 10th AVE.
1 the readiness of Reserve forces airliner over Florida last March,You Don't Com. Bock'
about billion a''could have been averted if the I COCKTAIL HOUR ORGAN MUSIC EVERY NIGHT
Inn COCKTAI which cost $2 I Again; Until NEXT
I year to supportPentagon I passengers had been g:ven time 1 I Every Evening S to 7 Dance to theLamplighter's "
fax t n161tt find it to fasten their seat bells. I I
srr2..z planners I Two Drinks ....,. JIMT 10
fOOl a Wl IS"' st.i hard to understand why the The board said Wednesday the 'PLEASE I, For the Price of One Friday and Saturday Night
Army and Air Force should pilot of a Delta Air Lines! Con- ,
I maintain dual organizations had advance weather, OPEN DAILY 11 A.M.'TIL 2:00 A.M.
vair 180 I I MISS'I
i DRIVE-IN the Reserve and the National information that indicated tutbulnte DON'T For Party Reservations Call 378-1636

SUBURBIA THEATRE Guard serving essentially the before he took off from I THIS ONEI I
same purpose. Tampa to Chicago March 2J. j I
LAST TIMES TONITE Little fault Is found with the
whose 45,000 But the plane was airborne I BEAUTY 1:11I1J :
Marine Reserve IT JS PURE
fi betore the pilot announced !
would form a fourth hail I '
THEIR FIRST PICTURE FULL-LENGTH IN C 0 I Iy Marine men division and supporting turbulence was ahead, the CAD I l'
MOTION I said As he spoke me plane
'air wing. I' and 17 of the 91 en-I I STARTS 2 TOP
jolted p.
I Officials claim it would be r-
gtri were tossed from their I iI
ERNEST BORGNINE ready to go overseas In 30 days
j I from call-up. I seats, said the CAB. I DRIYL.IN rHIAU' EXCLUSIVE FIRST
ti JOE FLI/NN/ TIM CONWAY I The Naval Reserve also escapee The report said two overhead 1 I 6.oelaa.nrLrI II
AND THE WHOLE serious criticism, al-' panels and four seat rsnels!' 2400 H ,,'holll. RooJ' RI' JO "0IM'1f fSOfOMN AREA SHOWING

} ,., McHALE CRtWI I though officials feel it should be were damaged, apparently by I I ,. <.I! SHOW AT 1.00 HI 10TH LATE At I.II
tt4 n ''held to 12t.OOO sea-trained men passengers thrown Into them
rather than a larger force Including jOne of the passengers was ..erloliously i
thousands of men who hurt. The CAB said the Incident ANDS SATUIDAT- 1WI1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11IIIIr: "''IIII'III'lIYlfl"' 'II lJhtIJIUlluulllUnnullnllillllll1Dll! : lCIWIIIII

do not train regularly.It i was relatively minor, out II I Ipoknt'ally I, f. 7, t, o..f At 10:49 _
i serious. L" '"1e1M THIS IS THE STORY OP ODV.. .
Is In the nearly ( -
FEATURE I - ar eases
2nd THRILL Bioool aeswawar I Army Guard and 300,000-man' THE KICKS SHE DIGS THE SWINGERS SHE
ROMANCE AND RACING ARC w !Army Reserve as well as the RUNS WITH .. KIND OF HELL

DARKEN TIf f IN Mc URE SOMMERSCOIOR I -to find that flab.defense officials profess 250 /

The 75,000-man Air Guard .ANO.HE

Islands,'I In pretty high esteem
[II'with these officials. IN 15 MINUTES!
McNamara's emphasis M far 1HGrs
as the Guard and Reserve are ,
I concerned, Is on swift readiness fee Itie feiteit Undue .

Va ,for war use situations.He in cold. war or limited od$ } service' tew. WI KIII"1FH4 .t1i i

became disenchanted with Hilt t : 4
them because of the slowness ,
with which: Army Guard unto,
reinforced by reservists rounded

DRIVE-IN Into>> shape during the 1961- 1430 S.W. 13th STREET Opec llem.MW.
1962 Berlin crisis. Two>> Guard
THEATRE divisions needed five months to U.S. 441 South nite ,,1. fr Set. 'till ..

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With Our Men in UniformRonald

.1 Calls Student Protest 'Anarchy9BERKELEY

C. Green 23, son of Sgt. Edward R. Pr 1 dgea,) deputy director of the office of

Mrs. Rose B. Greene of Route whose parents Mr. and Mrs. information for the Air University I...

Call (AP) campus and hauled them to of speech at the University of tality. But law enforcement officers den, to release the arrested students 3, Gainesville, was recently G. F. Kirby, live on Route 2, (AU) at Maxwell AFB

President Clark Kerr of the University jails In buses. They arrested 81 California. The protest has been said the only Injuries were on their own recognizance promoted to sergeant In Germany 1 completed recently a nine-week;

of California the over organizing political actionon those Inevitable In the Job of or to cut their bail to $25. where he is a memberof 'aircraft engine repair courseat Ala.Col. served assIstant
says persons. Butler as
Free Speech Move seized Hall the campus. This has been lifting. carrying and arresting The students face one or all of the 3d Armored Division. the Army TransportationSchool
student The rebels Sproul
director of operationalplans
within the limits of the limp or struggling bodies. several charges unlawful assembly relay
granted Fort Va.
ment's chaotic sit-in demonstration Wednesday night and refused to Sgt. Green a Eustis and policies at Maxwell
A group of faculty members trespassing and resist-
on campus Thursday: vacate despite a plea to disperse law.Some students released on I asked Berkeley's presiding mu ing arrest. Bail for most of carrier operator 143d Signal During the course Sgt. Prid- prior to his new appointment.His .

amounted to "anarchy by i a peacefully by campus I bail made charges of police bru. nicipal Judge, Rupert Critten. them was set at about $300. of the division's the Army In gen received Instruction In the unit supports the AU mission -
ol radical stu Edward Battalion entered
willful minority Chancellor Strong. __ operation and maintenance of of conducting the professional -

dents." Mario Savio 21. a philosophy 1959. He arrived overseas In aircraft engines and allied I I I military education pro-

An army of police dragged major who moved to California April 1963. equipment.The for U.S. Air Force pe..--

rag.limp students out of the littered from New York City. led the I Ballot Useful at TimesMIAMI Green attended Gainesville gram sonnet

corridors of the adminis- demonstrators in their demandsfor Paper High School. 21 year old soldier

tratlon building on the Berkeley unrestricted freedom to recruit attended CHS.Lieutenant 1 A graduate of Sumerlin In;

CKCUIT COURT Of FIO IOAiVrlTM member and collect funds (AP) Going back to tightening absentee voting processes .,{Dade County said write-in candidates I stitute in Bartow he attended

JUDICIAL CIKCUIT, IN AND anywhere on campus for off paper ballots for constitutional and adding voting machines should pay qualifyingfees Michael H. Warren, 17, son Georgia Institute of Technology .
IN FOR ALACMUA COUNTY. campus political activities. amendments only might expedite !I and poll workers. and prove they have the of Mrs. Henry L. Stephens of Colonel John B. He was commissioned In

IN Sifftrm'oN IICKHAM. JI. of LITTLI NOLAN "Seizure of the building had voting in Florida Secretaryof Rep. Jesse Yarborough of necessary qualification to fill an 1021 SE 27th St., has begUn Butler son of Mr. and Mrs. 11944 through the aviation cadet

NOTICI nothing to do with free speech, State Tom Adams says. office if elected to it. basic training at the Naval 1 Frank A. Butler of Chiefland, program. His wife, Louise Is

afSAsr) and the FSM. knew it," Kerr Adams In Miami with t Legislative .' Yarborough and Adams both Training Center Great Lakes, has assumed the position of from Danville 111.

renterd, Plorldl I :Masons to Hold -
said. 111.
.ldtIftC.1) Committee. said the practice of voter challenges 1-
OOW' Elections Study
PUIP 1KM N p.PItIofOss has never been training I Includes 1I .
You .'. ..roby noll'lld$ "This protest The -
should be continued even I
I. P'. .1't104 CONYNV said Thursday he believes, RitesA
bcls5 'liid he sold. Special orientation history
fret speech naval
NouN I..khom. J,.. tor Psi.dOPKNI over i though it have gotten out -
LYtIS WII_ a ",' I. and Is freedomIN however that voting machines may
....,11I CI.yIon been
has seaman.ship
01 "There
IIY Ohs ...11'_". Lillie NUIONkKam .to __' should be mandatory all over, class of six candidates will of hand in the recent general and organization Come .in for a demonstrationof
Jr.. and yOU IS r.quIsOd ONSIC ; THI COUNTY JUDOI COURT receive the Order of the Tern- election. ordinance and gunnery
or to offices.
Florida for voting
50511 S COPY N you IN AND '0" ALACHUA COUNTY i aid and sur
.. ., NOV IIld ... .llIonthould military drill, first
tills II COlON FLORIDA |pie in special ceremonies Saturday of Color TV
not DO ."nlocl. II SPIN ussr IN 5(5 5otota 01HOAACI ) Adams laid he also favors completing the the new generation
PITS tor INN piItICflr. I A p155).. TON.SrSItGaisuvilis. INUNWILL J. *10104105.Dastosid limiting the number of local issues from members of The oldest known apple orchard vival. Upon assignedto

.11 IIUPsO"" ., York Rite basons in America at program! recruits are
Plorids, and III. "so lgl".1In NOTICI TO C"DITO the ballot Gainesville grows
could on
that ,
... go
01 "". Cltrk of I CI- In the enato ol MORACI further training in a Navy
ON. ,11eI bMOrI INS Itlh II) All creditor .herebynotlllod "" The Masonic order will conclude Manzona N.M. Originally planted MOTOROLAColor65
or Docooiod are
Court on J. AP.RINOTON
.cull 0 o..ombor. A.D. 5PM.Huruin eON Con and required to III. any elilmi "Tho S oIrdtPPU LOCAL NOTICI but 'Inttrucllon olAlocnuo its Fall Festival at a special in 1676 when New Mexicowas rating specialty. I

PISS Not II' I D.cra or ewnendi wnlch they miy hove County. Fl'ld. will) receive, ..Idttor conclave of Pilgrim Com- Spanish territory the orchard
th. !
,5510 will NO onleld og.ln" pass.WitiwsI f&I igilnit' uld aila'e Hi the etflci of oulomotlvo body tool, I
PiP huM hid FlorId.iou. ",fe 3315do : County Juog. at AlKhua County PI.III.I. fler, 011001001100 tho following midionle,' toolb' clerlnot ot'toiled mandery 7 Knights Templar at has 150-year-old trees t

COIlS! )of i'GulnssvilII.A O. 1PM.A llda'. ,the within Ceurltieuie.1. III) eelendir at Oilneivlllo month from Si,iochl., SlId....lIhtl.SlOOP" pum", and sill.dsP 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. that still bear fruit.IN .
.. CA MICHAeL the tlmi el 5)54 llrit publlcotlon of ISIS "' bids will bo oponod gt Ito I WE GOT
CLUK 0' THE lAID nollco tech claim or domond mint baiIn School load Mooting Doeombir to ItM, NOTICI OP INTBNTION TO) fHi COURT OP Its' COUNTY II :
CIRCUIT COUNT writing and 551110 tIbia the plica ofireildenu .Inlormtod .... 1I0liTn PPCTITSOISI NAMe JUDGe ALACHUA COUNTY PLORIOA
PAH. Perwni moy
CMrrIM HIM and port alllce oddrni of thi at LOS Pursuant .. Section Uldt Florid.Stoiutio .
IVl ot 'CHI for Bldi' end fur IN Rlt ShOAlS OP JAMES M, WOODJI
Dtpuly CltrK clelmint SlId mint ... iworn to by 151OIaIm.n Solo o copy notice Ii hereby given Shot the 1
...... Itomi fromI DeciiMd. I I'II
COURT IEALIIARTON | '. hIS ejwit, .r5l.norniy y, gr thir. I 0(ntermotlon Winning' Jr on, luporlntondmt) 5)Public underilgnod' Irnmt A. Tiw, doing bull TO ALL CREDITORS AND Passes) with the new rectangular tube
.U WILL II will' ) become void according to low. Imtrucilon 1117 liSP unlvoriltyAvonui now under mt firm nimi of Crnnt HAVING CLAIMS OR DIM A NDI S08IJL
Attorneyl *>' painoasrS H Nordlci M ArrlngtenNOROICI Oolnoivlllg Florloo"jg Tow Rnlty.' OM NW 1111II....,. Cilme- AGAINST SAID ISTATI
ji.I.Pir5tIlils) M ARRIN3TONAdmlnlltrltrm 1214 .111.. Alichui County Plorldl. Intendito You and ooch ol you ore hereby no-II
) :
Oelneivllll, Pioridat at thi" Il.llaof ( roglitor' uM llctltloui nemo unwr tilled end required to proton any clelimend ,
t 537,1) 11:21.: 5314. '*::11. 111: Horace J. Arrlng.on, HOTICI the provliloni, of "'. otareiold dilute. demondi which you. orilttsirl 'CAUSE WE
TO liD DecMMd(17MI A ,.lIIlon lids .1100 "lid silOs ISo D.'rd II O.I..vlll.. Plorl' tIlls Ird you moy hive egilntt the eitiriJAMES Of
A INVITATION.l ivl5l bold : It, U, ... Vl M 4NOTICI Sold of County CommlMlonorg' of Ale- day il 0.casrbos'" A 0.. ,.... *. WOOD ......Itd. litl SI CHARGE SO LITTLE 1
N"'c, 1. Com..I..I_ tONTRAtTOMROAD 'chu. County Plorldl, colling far thglcriltlon IIANnT A. 'TIW(11I21 Said County to tho County Judge of Alo "
of C".IV" duO 501 .. bids splice 01' THI STATS of 0 Spoclol Improvement Oiltrkt ( 12'" 11. 11.21 chuo County' Ftorldo ot nil olllco In rent a car from\ A
Counly UM55i01 'S INIOld Solo the provlilong, of Chiptoryns IN TH, COURT OP TMI COUNTY tho court houta ot Mid County .. Coiimvlllo 1'1
Sor 51w IIY IolIowl"hid board. 10' tll"r bMsalI DIPARTMINT T.1I.h....., PI." .. \. Low. of ".,Id' I'M for tho purpou junco, ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA Florida. 115100. ..... month mCONO-CAR\\
I'M ol pivlng ond drolnlng thol portionol IN PROBATE from tho time of the tint publlcotlon olthlg
November 25 I
01 AlochUl C..lyTh. of IN ..lgl".I.Iy CONSTRUCTION AND NW Mth ",''' running North fromN IN RlTHI ESTATI OP notice lech culm or domond ihollM -999r
5OflOIIdOf.. Ps. POPAlislilil MAINTINANCI PROORAMIInM W :ltlh Amnug le thi tirmlnui olwimborly THOMAI MARSHALL IIWPSON, In writing, ind mill stat. the plan *- ...
PU5C5 G..I" 'I HospitaL Sold prasoMyIpiii bIds will ... recolved' al thi Ittitii lubdlvlilon lee 1JII tfocoilrd. of ...1_. end) poll olllco -.... ol ...-.-
...tw_ tIP cl.I....., iholl bo
h.1I P05osjtls Room 505 54505. DOSCHISSOSop end iworn to by
,II..lelt Still Rood Deportment
13'ft 115001 Notlllcitlon Ig tiiroby given StoP tho It,. clilmont. ogent or nd .. Included
MolD 0)5.05 .nd IW 'Ml Hollind Building. TlllohiiiM. Pior. CII-IX ICUTOIS gr attorney Git Oil Inw. .. All 5
$ asstN .W lAIN Asrsu.. "di.from Qu.llttld ..',.. ... until to.M Boord ol County Commlnlonert will hold Notice lo rwnby given the wo hive ony wen claIm gr .....lnd not M Hied
50 .swr I fol.lOw" ) ot I'30 p.M. en Tun- hill. bo void. NO DROP CHARGI
a dascrlbad o public wiring tiled' final rofurm 01 ceexecutortot
moss AM (I '.T.I on Prldiy, the nth diy olDKimbor our I
December. M. IM'I for ", pur. DAISY I. WOOD AIRPORT
".., fur tho follcwing work I diy tho Hit will ond tmtoment gf Themli TO JAX
I. Th' Wool I AcNs.mMoiys 'Pro. HOtgPrepoul poll of conildirlng written obloctlom .< Monti.ll llrnpwn, decooiedi. thot wi. A. executrix at the Loot Will and |
,..elL -
dIICrib.d ....... to oltho Tootomont Phone FR 6-3644
the 5
) of PIP toiIoliig Pormi will not bo Inurd lelir ill htiroitod villdlry Keve Hied our potitKn for dliIrlbutlon gf JAMES WOOD| ,
bIllion and to "'."
IsacllCOI1VIIPOI it a r.lI- splAl at IS.1i1ho,510liCsI Him one bIds.ALSCHUA.hour prior to bPs lime lor opening ...,lIon otoremontlonid., lln.1 plotS for thi comlruetlon and' thet and wo tar will tlml ipply giichirgi to Olsa. Pint, pubiicitlon November 20,1M4(37IJ OffiCI AT MANOR MOTH

Ills 01 PocKtII of ISIS prelect.QUIRIO ) 11'N. 17i 12 4, 11 .
01 Ins ColbY .. COUNTVl PIDIRAL AlOI.CONOA.Y Honorible H H. McDonald, County Judg.ol __ --
01 Ch.lrminBoard "
9 M Oovli -
".In, Plod II'D. I5ll "AOJ.eTS NO' 1-111I1 Alechue County Plorldl, en ISO antdiy -
L. Clinch pIll In TiPs p211. AlaC5110 AND 1-11" 51000 5605. 515.43006 el County CommlMlonorgAlochuo of December, A.O., ,.... tor opprovol -
Cou"Y. PiorIdo. lid run N 0)digruOs AND Moo-iiol), IR log botwion Itlond County Florid. gf Mid llnol retumg for on or Model Y23CK4Fnm Oiml I limeug Tourilnogrouping.
15' II" Woat. 11011, tho North Oro Causdoor Ii lImIts ol HiwthornconillH (MID 1)2.4.15 cur of .',lltulloN aId los Knot) dichorgi HM loidtiu Wilnut Union an gmulnoWtlmit
II.. of sold D. L. Cllncft G'on'. a diN Work ot conitructlng o 4lKildlvldod aso.s souls" af the loot will venem end Sold hirdwood Solids Of COLOSSI
Pitil 'IN THE
bows 01 aGll.I' foIst to .n. 1-12" W"t, toclllty of ontro hoivy grid IIOHTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND and tnliment gf Tnomlt /Mlriholl' limp White French Antlqu. SoloS an genuln.wood ciblnoiHM
,11.1,55 run h 04 bISONS 44 "Ingi IVi" Llmirock low with Typo I ass" 2 *
} color tube
Porn ALACHUA COUNTY. NO.- Moterali new roctingulv (23
run I 04 dsor0012o .. .. : The
101" ION 'one. Aid Cone C. ond lindor CM DATED ISIS DaIS diy af November,'
I I) tao' Is $55 ISCIltOtI r. o .brldoo l.ngth cone box culvtrtt ,'.,m IN CHANCIHY. kDlt<4ILIIARITH. vwill dug. tuba met,, 274 m. In,pictuii viewing aria).
hrofW: Ill.I of 11.10 PaId proloaf dIal ond ....II drilnago, 'S'ilCtUi'IO' and *IN Rl H. SIMPSON
.MdO.3603. aid tho .Inl 0' Ii.gltfllI InclI.III..... Longth 112 asll.5.Woo. ADOPTION IV CITIZENS lANK OP I
) Ico 0055)151) I 04 dod SOONSo Riini Minimum, woo rim for DON MICHAEL ORf Ih) OAINISVILLI, Ol ..'fotacusrs al .'
on. Wool hAd 56 Sos.. th."CO ,CIIS Iho Proloctid) Includod In tills Nollco, NOTICI OP SUIT .... toil will end teilement olTlwnn ,'
N UM9' W' 31 "t..5IJ.J! SPOIlP10011 hill ...1125 p.r hour i STATS OP FLORIDA MinKlll llmpion
list. .
I 0151S.oIdwo.
F115 .N SO 151rPM A Propoiil Ouirinly ol not l.u thinit TO JO5IPH 'I Answer

IU 11 tootS PssiInO run N 01 IoilthslipibM dOIS001 porcont ((9 porcont ol ttii 101.1Act..1 ARI HERIBY UNKNOWNYOU NOTirilO thltproceeding 13705) 11.21. l5b._It. IS__ _ .
30' 21W..I.. '35.1? PM' 10 ISO Bid In thi torn ol oithir g lortl- _
*004Psolod I tor Adoption ot
of wy lit of jllid shook cnhlir" chock, truit compotrlHuror'l ., Clr-
OddW3d031 P1011110 ,un WOSIOrIS.lOflI ..' chock bonk rirofl af anw Ic' GIrl h. coon brought In tho fOR .XPIRT
.. .W IAN Au" appreimnitil" lSOblObliSr) Ilito. b'"r; ; .- luroty- -lid cull 00511,1, Court ,if:O'h' *:IC":: ':i"'vlo':::I Tree HIS

1 01 ..,i..... bold 7ajs). 2ll Bond mido. poyiblo to tho Oovornor oltho 754 to flu with ISIS Clerk of told Surgery :
willi' cU'" cone. at. of riorldl muit occompony
1111110 0 .diU' 01 Sill Ii loot |.och bid. Achot5srdratooyosol) Court your omwer or olhor pleedlngiIh *"Ullille
CUM ,.
end o
4) slId In prKwdlng MFVO
t I Colt ilalailOil 01 list 04 .doqriiD atdacSOrSot:If' Ion thin flvo poreint (S porcont) ol IS.aSSISt copy at lime upon Cliyton, Arnow ... .*D..i", ip a new 1965zfT'2
lonalh of 32113 : old will Invilldotg the bid Woulditlmito ,
I bat SIlO 0.1
W..3'1112 loitIP con Ii Jnhnion AHormyl *
tIll Preooo. Gu"onlt socood lot
pot. :
lltlomr. 174 toulh Mall Itraol
&S&S&S&. Cool.. C 10, It pocon"will bo riducod ob liii OsritIImsrs vlllo. Florid en or .bolero tho 21.h lop I .... bedroom completely
outomatlcall ol Doc.......'. IOM. H...,. toll not or *T'
la hn percent CIa porcont el the Dopirtmen. ,
:t.'Ii..i'Ih'C-; .On)-.- 14 CurIos .'g oitlmalo. Cirllllid,, Choc Decree Pro Cenieuo will bg enteredgilnit 11011I0..1 ,
\I is W" WII' OtiS lbS Ioulholy riotS sPilt" hive lute of "Iorl'.'. 000uinoo.tsrp .' you. *1"11"1
lIoid PI.I WITNIM my hind end toil at S.idCourt .. furnished mobile home.
sold 11.11 G. .
II w.Y )ltP 01 tlompl" illKhod. lid lulls mill [ *
oct ho6004602s lit 55 taoS to 1M PaiptS conl.rm ta 1RD Perm 11401 (.... No. ot Oolnoivlllo. Alichul County ', ,
ii .In.'nll' 005ltaitSItCI 'UU 511105' lomkor CS) n rnlm.4 sillS '. PropeielPerm. Plorldo, this 2 ..... ......'In. C. CARMICHAIL
v ... hId DiscuS .
."_' i...?,, lOt lot on the North All W.rblI, to IM ..... In accardinc.llh Clerk 01"". Circuit Court. ZN1 Small down paymentand i
Pionioo.bYs 1
*11 .._ IW Itltl Avenue eeprlxlmeulyiperMlmoioiy > the Plank Ipoclllcallon. and. Alochuo.MIL County wAvimbouse0.puty
Z( del 550$ lilt 151 lsti broths Pravlilong af the Slab Hood ClasS 20 N.W. IdIls Av. fit '.%U'

II' loiS 0)5 ""tho.. Ioulh'Woit. jpprMlrn.tlly TOP tfoicrla.tlon Dorlmptt.P1.15 i lUL' ,,_ ,........... 0554 ISllmaoss only $12.95 week.
/) toot an and-or Proooiel Perm bopvreriiMd
f af thli B.rcel U wblect t. "wreeulte by OuillllM Contrectort upon 137111 i IllS?, 11'*, 11, II _______ _
S of en accurate ourvi/ thireofAperalMd ppllcallon to Ihli oil'lei for II 1.10 ptrMl
Mine til.M44)rAXCIL Intro ... el Plows, tor prowoctlvebidden
ll Thi mlddll' 4 AeSOP ..pproImiiily. 1 end plini tor nen-bldoiri, miy I-
I of tug Allowing deicrind bo eurchoied 10, 1)040 ,.. HI, Ordori II Of
T'"' lot 'h... documenti mould bo directed One
Con 'enn at a riltnad iplk. at the '. the Inginoer at Contract, with checkipnyiblo FREE Eat,.
Interwctlon af tho cmler line il SasSy to no It.,. Road Dooortment of I
Point Hoed ond the North II" 01 ISIS Florida (Then .h..... Include llale Gallon CostWIISS King Mobile Homes
f D. U Clinch Oronl In TIPs 1t20'. Alet -. loin and Ass T... Ni refund will 1 be ..
(SC. Counw. Ploride and run N gs .. mob ., i
tr 25" t.'I1'::"> w Nerth. The right Ig mined la rolecl any Such One You lap KWIK FIX T.V.
Tinea, Hid, D. a Ill or ill bidi. "
onca at aGll.2' loot la an Iron pipoithenca ITATI ROAD DP.PARTMINT USI YOUR CINTRAL 4920 N.W. 13th Street
run I 04 dogrrn 441 H Wool. OP PLORIDA
700... lootS thonte run I M AgrooiIf JOHN R. PHILLIP Paint Store J
00" Woit Oil foot to "'. loulherly. Ch.',..... Mary Carter 373-2311 516 North Main St. 372-3177
right of wiy II.. .. It... Hoed prol, JAY W. .OWH. IR7JU
eel MeW-MOI, and the Point' of .. '1.,. HI.hwlt 1lor' 501 N.W. lIlt Ave. ftolngtvllle. Ho. j
glnnlngt' thenca continue I 04 dogreoiif 1311I11117, l5d:
at" Woit. eHM toell Himce run ,
I- II ........ 41' 17" lilt, Mil''
toot tnonca run N 10 ...,... 4V 40"
l..t, ....It liSt ", _. run N W .... I OPEN TO 9 P.M.
gree. W II" Wilt. 605.17: feet to eSouttieriy : THEY WILL BE PROUD
right ol wiy I.. of laid NOW [ FRIDAY NICHTS
Slats Sold ProlMt ItMO-uoii N run WMtorly (I Ion) "'. loutnorly rlgnlof I
wiv lln. of sold Ola'. aod Pro)< I AT WHEN YOU GIVE THEM ApjrE -
oct J6WO-14M. witS I CUrv CKK.V.loultwrlv .
sold aur n..In. 0 radioS GIVE THE GIFT OF
ol MHTf teol. S contr'l mgl" ol MXroM A
.. if 4i>. iMKlll ot Wllrwl LOWEST PRICE EVER FOR :
aId S cnord ., I II Unroll. I?
!"' WMt, 5J7II (hoot IIWKO run N IIMrOM
If 04' llona "'. louniny 95 WONDERFUL MUSIC
rloM ol /.y 11th. .' "d' $1.10 ZENITHTV
:o>.d j ralocl I IMOO-1M1, Mil bat
tnonc run I M igron 14IT' Won.onx ], 119NO 1
.. tho loumorly right of .OV srI A e .
ol Mid Slots lIoid ProlKt\ --.1102.I".a SET From Gainesville'sF.M.
toot 10 tno Point 01 glnnngi!
cont.lnlng 11014 Acoo. moro or .Im i
hid porcol mwiurlnf opprailmoldy I
14 wt on "'. Norm Hong. IW lltnAvonuoi TUDI.IN
oporoNlmitoly all ..., on ISo Vtq Headquarters I
blobs ........1..101'1 2tO loot on thotoulfll to4lCISSAItY llh 4O .
a ontf oppronlnwMy 7 tKo W..,. Tho doicrlptlon of ISIS' ,... ,

col Curoto ll lublKt lurvoy\ NwroofAwrlliot to Ito. multl ol M us. A Zenith F.M. RadioThe

wloo' III M4 aPARCIk _
ll Tn. lost 'Ac'... ... -

praMlmolTricti ol tho lollovlnf' dncrlbod No. 1 Oldest Mfgr. :

C__. ., o roll)_ iplko" ot ISO fA CffeoackOOCL
IMorMcllon of tho confer till ot Rocky
S Point' Hood MM tho SortS bliss ol Ml bSOIOSW of FM Radios ;
0 L. Clinch 0, ,In T 10 .20.. ....._01oo'..._
Alocnu Cou' ty. flarlno, sOd nn N ---a
...... 0.1.
II CurIos ir M Witt .long th 1.156004
Norm lino of MM 0. 6, Clinch drool, NO.5.5SodSIlia I ...-,....
I t olttonc of 90(1 lid loot to in Iron 0640. -. 015.5
"IMI |ti,,ieo run I 04 onrooo 44* 3?' ,.aI.l.d Coot polls.
WHt, rill 00 Pool thonro run t .4 I.100I ..
,..... .",. .,. .
II' 15 W..,. .11 tool to Ill.C ,..,lit JI ..s.... ,..
IoutSw'lvrigIsP, if w.y 5iif ".t. -- 155051155 Iwi'C
r RM d ,..!oct J4MHM1, ond .... POStS -.....
.. Bolgnnlngf thonco conflnuo t 04 do ::::=.11
Built Zenith
would build
: only it
Soils M Off* WMt 014 M loafs III.... .
run S M togron 41* IT boos, HlltMtl > _
thtnco run Nil...... 4V XT' .
,..,. ....11 holt tlMMO ruit N WI dognn 8 810 performance features! $48500
w IS" Wnl. fool to tM _
ioulMrly rljM of of uldIlllo
Ro.d PralKf tUMMOtl "'_.
run Woiloriv. llong bIts louinorly) rMMof -
wiy lino of sold I.... Rood ,..). --
ort __. OilS i curvo COMMISauttiortv
Sold ...... flowing S rorilut
of POLlS ISIS I CMtrM ongio, ifooarMo II
If 4)", g wngm of n'llf c owdJroa1t
..l. ond o ...... ot I g. dgnoW < AM.FM Clock
b's w"t. :If' |I. ioti HNNWO run Radio
N II ....... if .5. Wott. HongH
ImttMrW right M *. Ass ot Mid
:' .. Rood Probes: iMMKtt n ig tMtuorv $.$PIAEN SOUND SYSTEM IOUD.ITATI lOW AM"-I.I..
I _. ss.. 5 II 15555. II' r Woos, Zenith
Sloli .... .. rwhf of on MM I oft' lasIn : 00004atStn Oonv00'ood -asflsasso5) FMS39'SCOUCH'S
.. Mid into RoM ,....., 15.1055600. .... (-.C'O---'tv'.. .....--..........- UP

lip cnM.lnlno ig POOh: lt lo.M its*115011.Potat moro of Bmrnlng or' Woo, '1 Iss. =: tI'.f.' ':: : "-1 =r"I.'tr""I1. ;.;:. ..::.:::.:=

lid MrcMi nwiiurln wora."muMly n. JT" "."" .". _...- -".-
141 ** ... It.. Norm, otan* iw" loSt Madel MltMU ....... ..... ..... : ..- .- 51MICOTOUCH' ,- ...... 60S N.
AMnuti ._"" ...., 4jg toot on thoHII aaraanaleorlobie II lUll us. _.... .....
All '
S :
Jo"!* oponumotol"* __M tM 741 Sot on tM on TV otyKng .inI . .... '..' '.'.' MAINST.
Won. Tho ncnpNoi> ol Mlt porool > bony gatar and Off WtiNa ;; ; Ph. 376-7171
Ii ouoloct I. tno rowlhj. ol M gocuroto war(or) luge silos n.OffW" I 10 TONI ARMf FM/AM.TLREO AOIO
iwvoy Ikoroot. ". aoler.H1NOCR1FTED. I SIGHT PiRroRHANCt ruiuntj
r'I'.'.?. I. Ac Chc-iwgt" Tumn' $ Woo paso 11I1'.1 05.151 : ........ It :="-- WE TAKE TRADES
I |
... ... of tho way okowo SubSoIl kMioil I 1. Ji0 ir Amp' nor ytgm" -:: : :.:,; ..:::.-::=. =-=

-. ... .... gorcolo.nuot 3. Advoocod lom.h M.ih Vottiig =::t... 9gr ........_._ ..c...
.. ......... In ouctl a manner- -ot Poe fIWIR(1RVICI I Swop Triniformor c' : <=.. -,,,,.,_ ,, _.. ......... I- BUY
to deorty mew fee aM .sl.soe ... ear* PROiUBJM .. AutomoB*.rlnfe-locli": Clrtuitt. linnet HH* a 0.4 4Ir .. ..-. -- ..... SoS 5 WAYS
.. .
oeareio trod Tfte printed -- "'= f.
mMemim kM eceteeteeie :: :
oheil to 0.toe ..",. FM Sound Sygfgm NSpCs .. onntZENiTH I CASH
aoareioo* von .
.. S. looitn QuoNty Front 30 DAYS I
HWM earn for sasS aorcel. "' _ut.. Ivaryter I MogntM Soookor
Ag Mao HUH .. In writ ., and ... 7. Zos451s 3(60.90(
'5 oeN Z.nlth .h. N QuoIoIW Capcip'v. Gainesville's I DAYS .
*..* av ti..4 ar noil M INS Sold SOliaCtIOS 00 .Mw1re4 I (emII NO INTEREST I

Jf_Ca.sssp tammliUonen el Alorlwo 5505500 dlp.std.bdOOy ., Cu.hMtrVtnalar VH, T.M.T. TAILOR MADE
el Woo anir MMe I. ._10. ipChOOsfrffAm.rtc.e Tunlr>| TERMS
Plorwo. M or I H f H. C. $69955" Selection
aemkor It )30 tew OHM moil M onen No. SHngTV
055501 1.51 05.404 .)IPo .
050515.4 .uld' 00 NoiatlCM .. 11.Ail .. ZENITH See
lobs api os Cs. >. payasos BUILT FOR FRINGE AREAS Stereo's ZENITH COLOR TV
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tional By JOE HALBERSTEIN A string( of crucial Injurieswill quarterbacks Pat Screen and/ducci S53 yards passing on S4 use Beau Colic, 6-0, 190( ; and{I"olson. tackles; Jerry Anderson
taxwell r i Sua Sports Editor leave Coach Ray Graves' Billy Ezell. Screen should be of 13 attempts while Ezcll has Walter Pillow, "-2. 215, ends; middle guard, Jim Bern-
ntment.U BATON ROUGE La-Fieri- warriors far below pea k recovered from a mid-seas on ,hit 3L ot 76 for 384 yards, in- Ernest Maggoire, S 11, 21 5, hardt and Steve Heidt, 1 linebackers I
, nits da closes out the 1964 football strength Saturday especially string of injuries. Ezell was I chid ing four touchdowns and Dave McCormick, 6-1, 240, ; and Dick Kirk

profes- season In an underdog role I in the offensive department. flashy a season ago !in beating Line play, as it usually does tackles; Reml Prudhomme 63 George Grandy, Allen T r a m-
,n pro- yr; Fridoy, December 4, 1964 Saturday night when it meets Lonesome end Charles Casey the Gators 11 O. In a Florida LSU match: Is 245; and Jim Turner, I. I, men and Bruce Bennet, secondary -
., once beaten Louisiana State just differ- 200 and Puffin( Rodri- ,
e pen- seven pass catches: away Top RaMersLSU'I lexpccted to make the guards;
a; is before a crowd ot 68,000 !In Tiger from an all time Southeastern fence Saturday night. gue, t-0, 203, center Mike 1 The Gators take a 6-3 tea
tin In Stadium. Conference record is out witha No. 1 will LSD has a powerful array of Vlrcent, d-1, 195, will be a ord Into the game and could I
Changing weather conditionsmay hamstring muscle pull. And provide plenty of support with front line soldiers. linebacker with White Graves end with their best mark

ttended be a factor In the after- his partner In offensive brilliance fullback Don Schwab as the The Lineups 6-0, 178, Ken Cormier, 6 2, since 1960 (82.0 and second
echnol- Curtain dark affair. Biting cold and possible sophomore quarterbac power runner and halfback Joe I Along with Moreau. (-1, 195; 195; and Charles Moore, 5-10 finest in the past 12 years
ned In snow are forecast for the Steve Spurrier, has not re- Ubruzxo the breakaway threat. will be Billy Masters, 6-5, Z 0, 185. secondary.The with a triumph.
i cadet weekend. sponded well to treatment for The key man In! LSU's a new at end George Rice 6-3 250, Gators' new look on offense Florida has not only failed to
else, Isi The way things have been go an Injured ankle pro type offense though Is and Charles Simmons, 1-0. 215, likely will show PsulEwaUsen I win from LSU since a 13-10
ing for the Gators the past Senior Tom Shannon will 1 i I ,flanker end Doug Moreau. He will be the tackles. David i flanker end; and victory in 1960, it also has not

Falls On month, cold and snow would be open at the signal calling 1 has scored 67 points this sea Strange 6-2 225, and Milton Gary: Thomas, tight end; Ran scored since that game. LSU
no surprise. slot against the well rested son on four touchdowns 11 ex..Trosclalr! 5-10 215, are guards. dy Jackson or John Preston has won by 23.0 In both 1961
Brilliant through six[ games Bengals who carry a 7 1 1 Ira points and six field goals Richard Granter < !, S10, will and John R'hatley, tackles; nnd 12! and 14-0 last year.
which produced a S 1 record record and a berth in the Sugar plus a pair of two point ex-i lbe, the center. Moreau! Rice Larry Beckman and Larry Along with Casey and Spur

and a late, narrow toss to national Bowl game Jan 1, Into the ira point plays. and Cramer all have been Gagner guards; and Bill Carr, rier, Florida's injuries Include
t Grid Year champion Alabama, the game. The Gators will counter with i;named to the Al1- EC team on center Shannon Duprce, Hir- tackle Dennis Murphy, guard
Gators have stumbled to two LSU has lost only to Ala the running of fullback Larry .oflcnse( pt'r and either Alan Poo or Bill Rkhbmirg, Jackson, half-
defeats in their last three bama, 17.8, and played a Dupree and halfback Jack Screen Is 5-11,185, and Ezcll John Felber wilt start in the back Don Knapp, linolmcke r s

i EN ROUTE TO BATON ROUGE So the time comes to games; and only In the final I 3 3 tie with Tennessee In a Harper. I,5-11, ITS. Schwab is 94, 19t; backflcid. Jack Card and Ron Pursell.
quarter of a 12 10 victoryover contest where the Tigers mot Schwab b LSU's leading run. I!Ubruzzo, 5-9, 175; and Cwaln On Defense Game time Is 9 p m. (Gainesville
down the curtain another football season for Florida'sGators.
ring on w Miami has there been any fed scoring opportunities g a- nero He has gained S47 yards DiRctta. the other halfback la On defense It will be Barry time and radio broadcast
resemblance to the early-I II. lore ill 141 carries. Labruzzo has 5-10, 190. Brown and Lynn Matthews, by WRUF will start at
It would be nice i if the Gators could upset LSU SaturdayIn
son form. I Leading the Tigers will pro-I On defense, LSU likely will ,ends; Syd MarLran and Wally 8 45 p,m.
the Roman arena that Is Tiger Stadium.

U It happens, L for one would have to classify It a per beAGAINST
formance equal to Hat produced by Florida when the Gators FOREST HILL TONIGHT
made their bid for all the marbles last Oct. 24, in Tuscaloosa GatorsTo

against Alabama.
Being purely honest about It, the Florida team that will
play LSU Saturday night is In much poorer straits thai it
was when the game originally was scheduled last Oct. !. Host GHS Vies in Sunshine Bowl

Injuries have stripped its offensive power by at least half;
its defensive strength similarly And it takes no historian to

StetsonFlorida BY NIS NISEN Gainesville: picked up steam I and raced for 1,197 on the back, bruising S 4, 223-pund and Randy Shadburn, middle I
Assistant Sports Editor I as the season progressed and ground.; Al Glftln, also Is exported to guard Chris Gwln and linebackers
;,1 OCALA It will be Gaines finished with a 6 3 mark and I: Fckdahl the lefthandoj( Jun- take turns lugging the ball. ; Jrrry Grier and GIt-

ville's explosive attack against the 17th spot in the Hera I d fur wizard Is expected to put Rounding out the starting fin.
will seek second
its West Palm Beach Forrest Hill's standings. the ball In the air against For backfield will be fullback Eu Forest Hill wiU exhibit a

,r :'. basketball win when of the It season grind it out offense here tonight Poll Reversal I est Hill, looking for top receivers gene Branch, a hard! running powerful running game featuring
f, Saturday undefeated night oppose in the fourth annual Sun However the Litkenhous Poll in ends David Crown, ,junior who has sparkled quarterback Ricky Rhodes
Stetson is at Florida shine Bowl football game which gives points! according to Bobby Roundtree and Mac Stlpamivlch .last half of the spawn. the// and fullback Steve! Knapp bothsturdy
Game time o'clock.
I Gym. 8 The high flying Hurricanes, scores and caliber of opposition -I and halfback Brian] The starting offensive line oZ: 131 pounacri.
The Gators dumped Virginia who impressively'raced past I' rates GHS No. I and For Hipp Rhodes the th b
will be computed of ends Crown Injured u m
:I.Military 68 59 Wednesday I their last four foes, will facea II est Hill 20th. Running Punch I and Roundtree, tackles Dale I on his right hand last week
f inform that healthy teams have only slim chances against night !In their opwer. Coach] stiff challenge in the formof The Hurricanes moving the Hipp also supplies the punchIn Turlington and Pete E n wall, against Palm Brach High but
LSU. A crippled one. .provide your own answer in 25 words .Glenn Wilkes' HI Hatter have the stale's ninth ranked ball equally well In the air and the Hurricane running attack guards Steve Burge and Richard definitely will\ get the starting
from 14-52 and team. on the ground amassed a total I with hla quick and elusive
or less. won Rollins Primo and center Kim nnt!. It was feared the star
Presbyterian, 14-66, to date Forest Hill ran up a fine l offense of 1,124 yards In ball carrying The 175-pound Helton. signal' caller had a break butIt
Mistakes Really Hurt 9. 1 record, losing only to rival nine games for an average of Junior picked up more than 100 later proved to be only a
I UP coach Norman Sloan Is Palm Beach High !in the regular 323: )per outing. yards In the last two games Defensive Line
I the week of Oct. 3, the Gators had morale problems. I dislocated knuckle.
During confident Ms sophomore big( season finale and was the CHS passed for 1.027 yards, against Ocala and Chnctawhat The defensive line will have
I A bit of dissension came up featuring senior and soph men, -104 Jeff Ramsey am No. 9 team In the Miami Her about 1090( of which belong to Ghee, ends AI Simmons and Kent Llkrd Offense
I Ii omores. Coach Gene Ellenson ironed It out and things haveprogressed 6-9 Gary Keller, will settledown aid final poll.DUNNELLON. quarterback Jackie E c k d alit Illpp's running male at half.Scott Shepherd tackles TurHn" t Ion Hilt
I smoothly in that department since. Saturday night ana De- Forest COACh Bob bRiggs U
This Gator team has hurt Itself& more with critical mistakes gin scoring points In the man scouted i Gila at Friday'

in crucial situations In key ball games than anyone may nor they've shown in practice IN RAINBOW BOWL TONIGHT night In Its game with Choctawhalthee -
!jt want to admit Fortunately, the players know It rail well. to date. and "was' Impressed
In retrospect, the breakdown on punt coverage with a 14-7 with the Hurricane offense Dut
lead against Alabama allowing John Mosley to come back 37 Ramsey got eight polnta and he defense IIIJ1t.rfd'ulnl'r.. I

yards when It appeared he would be stopped for no return as many rebounds against VM ble to Rlggs, and he expressed
F at the Tide's 29 chile Keller made only a lone Williston Meets Oviedoand billrl that the Falcons I

The funblelUs against Georgia In the last half. The key free throw. could move against It.hacking .

I play aided no end by FSU lineman Jack Shlnhoher, at the The trio of veterans In the up Rhmltis and

one-yard line against the Seminoles which cost a sure TO. tailing-array- guards B-r o oks : Williston nal-caUing spot Fullback Robert said The Oviedo coach Dunnellnn High will provide \Knapp In the Faliim barkflrld
And the lapse that allowed flanker back Fred Bfletnikoft to will/ be halfback Fred Jsiidnn, ,
; Henderson and Tom Baxleyand takes Its juggled backfUId to Head will move I Into also said he has not been ableto pregame and haI/tJme> entertainment / !
get away for the bomb. Jlin, Mi-Cray and Ruh Bridges
forward Dick Tomlinson accounted Dunnellon tonight to battle rugged Griffith's spot, and Wayne scout Willlatnn and so, therefore
for 47 of Florlda'llpoints. Oviedo in the third fullback does not know what to I and fullback Wayne Owen
Its a Good Bunch annual Meeks will inherit the ex
In the two previous, Rainbow I!I Tl kels at the gate will sell
Rainbow Bowl football 1M. '
bunch I pect.Ovlrdo's [Bowl Orange Park' f for II fur students and $17)
It's a good though Halfback Allen Trammel!, a 200 gnmri i
Stetson Is led by Bill Hester, game Mikcls wins Crescent
Remains came over
I and adults the I I
cent for the Gators two nipped Lake miller 14-13, for at ooo I e a
player seasons now it best
per put 6-5 center. Wilkes has combined Quarterback Doug Mitchell Mike Mikls will remain at City, Ocoee Crystal River I
He said of Seminole AU America Fred Biletnikoff when Dunnellnn tripped Crystal l itailium, There will be no radio
several veterans with some junior a 1-2, 115-pound junior will sit the other halfback and Benny Clermont, ])Dunnellnn Frost broadcast.Surprise.
he heard the FSU star would sit the Miami bench River 10-7
oa last college transfers and has I out the game with a knee \in- Standridge will be on hand for proof and Clcarwater Central 1- -_
week to give his brother (and UM Bob
quarterback) tips en done another outstanding Job. jury throwing the backflcid In- considerable halfback duty Catholic The lone hml "was' to
low so beat Florida "I kept looking for him on the bench. Itl
Several seasons ago Stetson to a whirl. Bruce Mitchell Doug's pass- Melbourne Central Catholic,
s I thought might ever and tackle him. I 1
the week; before." go sure mined him handed Florida a licking a game Mitchell: Injured) the knee In catching cousin who plays end, and they tM I'matllla
How before the Gators went on to the season! finale against Chief also Is a doubtful participant: Williston rated to victories
7 can you help but admire an attitude like that Victories spill Florida State. land and underwent an operation with a pulled muscle over Branford, K e y 11 I e n e

are always great, great, great. But I also like those Florida meets the Seminoles last week.WUllaton I Coach Arthur Scott's Oviedo Height, Crystal River, Trenton ',

- people overcome with them courage later and the ability to admit mistakes. and next In this season's parade ol win take a22 eleven will counter with the tal Newberry and Inverness. The 1

25 with the contest set record Into the game, while the ented backfield of quarterback banes cam at the hands of
It's been time games
a long anyone's been around who In Tallahassee next Wednesday Lions sport a sparkling 1-1-1 Jimmy Curler halfbacks! Bruce powerful North Marlon and
] could classify to perfection Seems to me he has a birthday mark. Dowlen and Billy Mlckler and Lake Butler, They /fought two
coming later this month.
up With Mitchell out. Coach Sam fullback Ted Bcllhorn. fife with und< fealed Cross Clly i
Starting with Hester for Stet
my Miller has switched halfback "He can paw either way and Chiefland 1
son will be Bill Clark 6-3 and
Ronnie Moor.. 6-0. forwards Bono Griffith....to_the SIR-I I when the situation calls for It," Bands from Wllllatnn OviedoBears'

GHS Cagers Play and Tom Bernard, Ml; and --

Jim Y.elet't., guards.

I Moore la a junior college Randy Corbin,

ChoctaivhatcheeGainesville's transfer from Young Harris
Ga", and was voted top player .r ,
last year. Young Harris also

basketball i who saw considerable action l I now produced an Auburn brilliant star.A Larry. Cart I Buck of Year9 in Area

. troops get their first taste of,:at guard last season, will bet I preliminary game at S.30! .

1964 61 action Saturday night,I the starting center this will match Stetson's! !cosh, It- By MS MSStNAiiiitant coached Barber In high Vti'mland + rI
when they play host to Chocta- because of the lack of height victor Tech.
whatchee.Coach !12 over Tampa Sports Editor said his running was very
The other two starters will 1 against the Baby Gators; who Randy Corbin did Just about similar tit Cnrbln's
John Raper has only be S 11 senior forward John also are 1-0. "I definitely think Corbin ran k
everything one could expect of
| three lettermen and no player I Willis and S 10 II' "
senior guard I a football player this part teaton. play >SEC caliber college hell.
i taller than I Iii as he starts y x
Wayne Rick. Paula said He has eirvllrnl r
': 1 his second season as cage!, Rebels TestLake
Tommy Parker a I lei l i power trem.ndnus strength! and
; } coach. I senior' also Is ticketed for playIng He ran like a bud passed 'good speed for his sU*. And h* y
Gone from last 'I blocked I t. t
seas 0 accurately viciously
time behind Johnson at the I I I t; can throw the ball 50 In M
i group champion ce 1-3 front pivot. City 5'Santa and played alert defense In yards ta the air"
line aces Terry Nutt and Mike leading Cross City to a surprising
Hartman. Nutt led the scorers! Top Reserves I 1, Fe's Rebels, who' ...1 record and the SuwanDM Already lalrmlrdFlorida I

1 with II points per game and Center Mike Sneerlnger and,whipped ChiefTand, 65-23 In Conference championship.I State and Tennrwtairtady !
was the top rebounds with guard Steve Leggett also are..their, basketball opener last I I I His brilliant( play tamed r have eiprenwd e nsldrrsbb -
[ around 17 an outing Hartman expected to see plenty of ac-j I I Tuesday night, go Into battle Corbin -Bark of the Year Interest In Corbin and
[ was second In both department Uon. I(i lor the second time tonight !In,honors by the Sun. others are exported/ put In
*, with about 12 polo 1,1. Choctawhatchee .IS minus !its,a road game with Lake Oty 1 bids befure the singing dale of
I and 10 rebounds a 'I i center afar Ray Th. Rebrla' exhibited, balance The I-foot. 190-pound senior IX, ItCorbin
I Two starters and a capable''stone of a year ago, against Chiefland with all five\tmaued 1120 yards running smashed for IIS yards!
reserve from last season return -|year in the Pensacola T'I starters scoring In double figures for an average of let per game.' to lead Cross City 10 surprla-
to form the nucleus of,inns tournamentCboctawhatcbee two with 12 points and H. also passed for 24 more logy ..., 2M win ever taktl
this year's squad. I IWelK. has w three with u.I I yards and scored 117 points. Butler for the Suwannee crown'i 1

.. Boas I transfers In starting roles !in I The starting quintet tonight Only Twice RANDY ('OR IUS and about/ the same a* tk el)

Boyd WeNch a -too t;addition to several key return *iO be the same, with M Sunny voted bent back Boar handed powerful NorUij#
Jumping jack forward, and 1-11 ees. Tompkins at center, 6-1 Andy Corbin picked up.leer than Marion ttj kxw. defeat
guard Bill Boas are back tol I Ii Ttpoff turn If 7 e'clock. CHS Strickland and 6-1 George Teel) 100 yards in only two games.mother of kis proteges I'nivrr- ll was the first undefeated'waion / : .

i pick up where they left off.I junior vanity win play the,at forwards and Terry Thrasher during the season, lie ran fort I sty el Georgia; starung half!! for Parrta to Ills four)
| Carl Johnson. I. 1H senior sophomores starting at S pjn,;I and Fred Clark at guards. yards In the first kali iack Fred Barber, Parr la"yean at the Burs' lit""" l

In other games tealfht.CremvlO I against Lak. City's B lean I
at at Lake Butler and then sat out the entire second +k."s

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MANAGER TRAINEES On Saturday Bigot's slat are was high en the accamp I. I b- ..", !
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e.111I..I.. Sun ridyUecemb.r4' IW4 .
r Browns Picked to Defeat 1?

11\ 1 FSU's Fred Biletnikoff Cards, Win Eastern TitleBy "

I Named AP AllAmericanBy J.CJto'IID | he 49ers 42-14 In mid-October AFt -.

Writ ut rookie Bill Munson went the Boston 21, Kansas City 1|
Associated Press Sports
Patriots blitz Lenny DawjJ
shoul : oute last week In loss to -
The Cleveland Browns Rams have lost three in aow and win on Gino CappellettH

By TED SMITS position contests on offense was Ressler and Carl McAdams of a year ago. did not repeat be- wrap up the Eastern Conference Footbal : and 49ers seven of eightMinnesota ,field goals. 1

Press Sports Editor at end where Florida State'sFred Oklahoma.Dan :cause of their injuryplaguedseasons. title In the National beating tn 28, New York 21 San Diego 28, New York 14 J
Kearley of national Staubach was hindered League Sunday by for second Jets on the road are a diiferen
NEW YORK (AP) John Biletnikoff and Baylor's SL Louis likings are driving ;
is teamed by a severe leg andSidle'l St. Louis Cardinals from Jets at home.
Alabama Injury
champion and anxious to
Huarte, Bob Timberlake, Donny; Lawrence Elklns got the nod they gc noney :
Van Sicklen, Iowa hurt shoulder forced his If the Browns win or tie. held to 17-17 tie
Anderson and Gale Sayers comprise -over Jack Snow of Notre Dame with John ganr in first New York penc' en, in Neu
the offensive backfield of and Karl Noonan of Iowa. Biletnkoff. -state at defensive tackle with move from quarterback to half. Into the championship Colts, Dec Washington 21, Pittsburgh 14 York Oct. 3, are tuning up Offense
Harold Wells and Mis- Jerry Rhome of Tulsa with the Baltimore for title "
the 1964 Associated Press All who operated at flankerback Purdue's Craig Steelers tough to predict but I game with a
sissippi's Allen Brown manning Morton of California Bob Berry BaITNIKOFI 27 st ledskins have won five of six parts healthy.
America football team named and split end with equal win It will gc
sound the ends. of Oregon and Bob Sch- If the ind Sonny Jurgensen is back in Buffalo 28, Oakland 21 Bills
besides a
today. ease being specialist Offensive backs Roger Stau- weikert of Virginia Tech make Hondo Stole! down to the wire. weekend old form with 24 TD passes. won't find Al Davis gang easy
--- blocker and kick runback 7-M -
University .f Florida safely 57 for M7 bach of Navy and Jimmy Sidleof up the second team offensive/ FRED BILETNIKOFF With the help of a average Redskins should do the Job but 'The first game was a 23-20

earned caught passes choices back field.Involving. he's All-America the old batting for Buffalo in
man Bruce Bennett was touchdowns this Auburn All-America an 51-2J-S in not by 30-0 this time. squeaker October AbbAillt
yards and 11 moved up to 7J-48-3,
to the second defensive team
season. the NFL and 2J-1M in the AlL

Illinois linebacker Dick But Elklns first man picked In Counting this weekend's 10games VANDY ROMPS Am.Am.

kill, the lone holdover, heads a the AFt draft, grabbed 50 aerials LA to Trade Belinsky; there are 24 more regu- Am!

defense averaging 219 poundsper for 851 yards at Baylor I lar season games. ,

man on the squad which scored seven touchdowns returned Here are the picks, all games Am
13 punts 128 yards and Sunday unless otherwise Indicated Georgia Upsets Am,
reflects the wholesale revival of AmAiel
Draft Gets OK
line Baseball
a platoon game this season. went In on defense on goal :

For the first tune since 195 situations.Jim 1 NFL BaxBec

units 22-man first Wilson of Georgia andNebraska' Green Bay 21, Chicago 14 -
separate a CHARLES MAIlER ciflc Coast League In home runs expected to be formally ratifiedat North Carolina
Kramer, a Another
team,have been selected on the Larry (Saturday afternoon) Bee.Br .
recommendations of the sportswriters -,combined 480 pounds of tackles Associated Press Sports Writer I last season, and Rudy May a a Joint meeting today. ;chapter of the old bitter rivalry.

and broadcasters who who were futures drafts last HOUSTON (AP The Los left-handed pitcher who was More Powers Packers won 23-12 in season I BruBuc
I will with Indianapolis of the Coast By TED MEIER Georgia's 64-61 upset of North
made the eight regional year, are on the Interior offensive Angeles Angels probably Owners decided to broaden opener when Paul Hornung
up Bo Belinsky to the League. the Green Associated Press Sports Writer Carolina highlighted the comparatively
boards. All games through Nov line with guards Tommy trade pitcher commissioner's power in kicked three field goals. Can
28 were taken into account. Nobis of Texas and Bill Fisk of Philadelphia Phillies for two There hadn't been a deal or two ways: Bay forced to settle for a shot UCLA opens defense cf Its; slim national program Car

Huarte, Hcisman Trophy Southern California plus Syra- minor league players a source any consequence In more than 1. By repealing a rule that no at second has won four of five national collegiate basketball Thursday on the third Cas,

winner as college player of the cuse's Pat Killorln. close to the Angels told The As- three days as major league executives action taken by vote of club but revived Bears have swept championship at Illinois tonight night of the new season. CesChe

was the quarterback who Fisk finished a standout season -sociated Press today. began the final sessionof owners can be construed as last three. Bart Starr should In a game that headlines the Jimmy Pitts, with 20 points
changed Notre Dame from a 2- by starring In the 20-17 up- This source said he could not their winter meeting today. detrimental to baseball. have a big day.Cleveland national program. including three free throws that CoaCB

7 to > 1 performer and left a set over Notre Dame. Ace Tro- identity the minor leaguers but and National 2. By providing that owners 31, St. Louis 30 The contest; Is expected to I put the Bulldogs ahead for good

flock of school records in his jan ball carrier Mike Garrett another informant said they But American will have no recourse to the Browns by a whisker In a shoot., provide an answer to Just how at 42-40, helped offset! Bill Cun Con

wake. His most notable season calls Fisk "one of the most underrated probably are Costen Shockley a League club owners did approvetwo courts on action taken by the the-works game for the Cardinals -good the Bruins are without All ningham's stellar performance Con

marks are 2,069 yards in total blocking linemen In first baseman who led the Pa- Important pieces of legislation commissioner.The who must gamble with America Walt Hazzard who led for the Tar Heels. Con

offense and 114 pass completions -the country." Thursday. commissioner was everything. Frank Ryan will them through an unbeaten 30- Vanderbilt, ranked No. 6 In Con

I I for 2,062 yards and 16 The quickness with which the Adopt Draft stripped of these powers during find weak link In Card defense will game season a year ago. The Associated Press preseason Con
P touchdowns. New York Giants drafted Au Rattlers They adopted a pro-football- the administration of A. B. but Browns' weak pass rush olime. Although Harry Combes, IUIrtols poll and favored to win the Cor

Good Runner burn's Tucker Frederlckson Is type draft of players with no (Happy) Chandler who 'succeeded give Charley Bakken Johnson tied plenty first coach, says "we're going to opener with an easy 78. 49 Del

\ Timberlake quarterbacks testimony of the fullbacksafety's professional experience and toted Landis and preceded the 33-33 Jim with field goal In be a good team" Johnny Wooden triumph over Rice. The Commodores DetEm

Michigan to the Big Ten title prowess. Although he led Underdogs to give the next commissioner present commissioner, Ford C. game five seconds. UCLA mentor feels he has were the only team in the

and a Rose Bowl berth but h.'. Auburn In rushing receiving, of baseball the broad powers Frick. last 21 Dallas 17 the material for another national preseason Top Ten to see ac Fal
so good a runner he was electedat scoring and kickoff returns, Saturday vested In the first man to hold Frick will retire next year Both clubs on down grade. Cowboys champion. The Bruins are led tion. They showed good balance Fin

a halfback slot In his confer Frederickson was rated even the office Kenesaw Mountain His successor has not been still hurting in backfield, by veterans Gail Goodrich and' with five men in double figures FstFst

ence. The C-foot-4 senior rushedfor higher stopping foes and permitted AP-Ftoi Landis. picked. have lost three straight. Keith Erickson and Fred Gossa led by Roger Schung with 14

J74 yards passed for 807 and only one pass completion da TALLAHASSEE A and M University's( ) Rat. L Of the trade rumors, the one Three A Year Baltimore 31, Detroit 17 Junior, who didn't play last St. Louis wiped out a 22.7 deficit FlaFOt

scored 84 points. In the zone he covered all seaion. -tiers drew the unaccustomed Belinsky was the The player draft will go into Colts on 11-game win streak season. They're favored to against Ohio State to whip FMFrl

By means of pass receptionsand He personally killed four role of football underdog today strongest. Since be had an altercation effect next year. There will be with Don Shula shooting for make it 31 straight despite' the Buckeyes 79-70. Boston College

kick runbacks as well as enemy drives with his tackling on the eve of the 32nd Orange with a Los Angeles .spor three drafts each year, in January -fourth In a row over his old opening on the road. got 22 points from John Gel

sprints from scrimmage Junior Clarence Williams of Washington -Blossom Classic against Gram- .writer in a Washington hotel June and probably August. mates. Baltimore won In a Austin and crushed Dartmouth ''GaCel

Anderson from Texas Tech-a State, Ohio State's Arnold -bllng College In Miami's Orange .last season, there has been no College players and high breeze 34-0, Oct. 25. Lenny 104-76 Maryland edged George

first round futures pick In both Chonka and Cosmo lacav- Bowl. doubt Belinsky would be traded. ,school graduates not intending Moore with 17 touchdowns needs Ole Bliss, Washington 83-80 Rhode Island Gr,

pro drafts-accounted for 1,710 aul of Princeton are the other The to be played staring And the concensus was it would to go to college will be drafted only three more for the league downed Brown 75-65, Florida HelII
yards. He also punts.Kansas' defensive backs. game, .at the first two and American record. I took 75-
State Virginia Military !
8 is the second appearance -happen before the winter meeting
Sayers the whirlwindof Teamed with Butkus in the p.m.for, the Louisiana ended. I.Legion and sandlot players at Los Angeles 24, San Francisco State PlayTV 72 and Manhattan overcame IntInt

the Plains, is one of the most highly competitive linebacker- the third. Zl Roman Gabriel bombed Colgate 7662.Tipoff.
school In the Orange BowL They Beliniky, who will be 21 on I
exciting runners in Big Eight guard spots are, Tennessees
brat A and M by one touchdownin : and Contest Ke
Monday, had a 9-s record a
and Ron Cava-
history and leaves a league career -Steve( DeLong Lei
rushing record of 2,875 ness of Arkansas. The trio the 1955 game. : 217 average last Chili Lit
yards behind him. shaded Marty Schottenhelm e roC This! season both teams have lason. Foyt By JA.\lES SAGGtS Lol

The closest of some hectic Pitt Penn State's QlenV. Icet a game, Grambling to Pral The legislation involving the Associated Press Writer Slates Trip Mil
rle View and the Rattlers to commissioner's power and the OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Mississippi .
Southern 4-20. Crambling beat State and Mississippi,
free-agent draft was approved
Take Southern 2017. by the two leagues In separate Racing Vehicleapparently tough football teams that found To FSU Came

1 S. Stars Coach Jake Gaither said his meetings Thursday and was the season full of frustrations, The Gainesville Tipoff Club I 1'011M.
here In a
squad had worked hard all week wilt clash Saturday
and was ready for a tough NASSAU, Bahamas (AP-A. wasn't too disturbedover traditional game that erases plans a chartered bus trip to NaN

Meet J. Foyt gets a chance today to the talk about Foyt's blue disappointments for tile winner. Tallahassee next Wednesday

I Canada Cup Lead game.The Tigers' attack Is snontlypower Archery show off his latest toya 521. bullet. Penske turned in Thurs Injuries, unexpected weaknesses For the Florida Florida State NI.No

with some dect.plon.1; horsepower racing bomb built day's top qualifying time for and bad luck combinedto basketball game. NoNo

They pass on occasion and nave Slated SundayThe by> wealthy John Meom Jr. of Sunday's race, driving a heavy plague both squads much olhe John Jennings. club captain

KAANAPALI MAUI, Hawaii pion and Jack Nlcklaus com a big fullback, Hank Dyers, to Houston, Tex. weight Chaparral Chevrolet to a season and both are hoping said the bus will hold 40 pas- 011

(AP) A dispatch on golf from bincd to lead their nation In the .handle the running.A I Gainesville Recreation I The car, named the King Hussein new track record of 105.194 mph I for a victory to compensate for seng rs and It will be first .- 01P.
come first served for paid
this exotic Isle In Hawaii is not all-important team competition, I. and M's best attack Is its Department along with the I, after the monarch of Jordan their setbacks. members, > who wish to make ..

much different from one filed Palmer with a under-par 68 running game with senior quarterback Gainesville Archery Club will Mechom's close friend, has "That Is one of the best cars The annual game delayed the up trip. PaPa

stateside. That is to say, Arnold and Nicklaus an even par 72 for Ernie Hard to handle host archers from north t a sand t been raced only once. It developed I've ever handled," said Pen- this year to fit into the national There will be no charge for

Palmer led the way into the a total of 138. 'roll-out plays. central Florida for an all carburetor trouble at Riverside -,. sk!. "If It holds together we television schedule Is expectedto transportation but member PaPa
round of the Canada "
second and the South Africa's Gary Player Gaither said Olympic star day field shoot Sunday. Calif., last month and can win any race with It. draw a capacity crowd of 35,- will have to purchase game
matches Friday
Cup Bob Hayes who scored heats for heavy
sprinter Two -lap
The shoot Is scheduled to get scaring the daylights out of any tickets. PI
United States was tied for the and his less-known partner, 000.It
team lead with South Africa. Denis Hutchinson, each shot a three touchdowns last weekend under way at I.30 a m. on the body. cars and a 103-mile grand prtx will be telecast by NBC The bull will leave at 2 pm PIp
Southern In Jacksonville
The American Masters cham. 69 for the same 138. against Texas new city archery range located Foyt will shake It down In a for Volkswagens were on todays starling at 2:45: p.m., EST. Wednesday from the Holiday 1 I
for the
was ready on the east side of the munlclpal.llrpot 1-lap race over Nassau's tough Bahamas Speed West program The game shares top billing Inn for Tallahassee with return PIPt.

game; : Targets to.bel Oakes Field Course todav I with the hurricane-delayed, trip Immediately after the .

I UF Grid Statistics shot will consist of 21 field faces against some of the world; top I Cage night clash between Sugar game.

Lincoln Tops during the morning and 14 road racing drivers. He'll also Bowl-bound: Louisiana State. 71. Members interested should

1.0"0' INS IU.I,AMIOO"ALL 'U"".. AMI animal targets in the after- use It to defend the Nassau International Score 1. and Florida (-3, at Baton contact Alan Lederman, t trip
V... .51 Rouge, La. LSU will meet Syracuse .
IT4TIITICI moss noon. In 252- chairman, at 378 1230.Scimnolcs .
Trophy a
.. 5.50,55. 05 5444 4 351
0-' 5450,445 7 lot I 45Tb Starke 60-42 Registration will begin at I mile grind Sunday. I.OC.. ......... 14, Ju FtTml in the Sugar Bowl
'Sin "' I I I II Mississippi, the
J4 ass a.m. Only members of Florida M preseason

: MIM MI.sIIsoI, 5&5, 11It It PUNT.. 55,5555I y... .Ot 'Do STARKE Lincoln of Gainesville Archery Association will be el- the Mecom most says the Hussein Is, .......COLLI5Us .,_ ConlOTVKIOoartlt choice to win the national collegiate iNipVMI I
toil* CirtlllllAloMmt ." S 515 17 5 5Hopt powerful race car ever found the
57 Trtmmill IS for trophies. M Norm Clrollnt 4)Vr45II championship,
to compete
glble \ 76.72TALLAHASSEE
It P 131 51, I opened its basketball season built. It Is powered by a 426- 7t. .*. ill by
54 Auburn I 0.. 5 21 21. I with 60 42 ,This will be the third district Mlllluiopl O, .,....... A i M 41M going rough early in the year
a victory over.
0 0.H>"4 It 55,0,50 0 II 84 I Gainesville Inch Chrysler Heml! engine Identical 0544450wl. and has a 5-3-1 record.
Mil It III' J. E. here shoot held In en (AP -Flont -
11I 5 R. Thursday night .
)| 5C..iNSIY45A1T555I M'.".. 54 INOIV UAk UNNIN9MI Norman Anderson led the Terrlnrs .:the new range Gainesville also to power plants that have 54505544. Todl It" 5 II.12.'MU N.'ft II MltOle44 I 74M444 Only a thumping 311-0< ) victoryover t State's basketball team has
t 4 ToM MI ..>* LMI Nil AVI host the state archersmeet been outlawed on at least one N, Colgott 41 Tennessee three weeks ago '
t will
Ot5I 55 m i m 55 with 19 points and collared "SU M. VMI n won two in a row the latest a
PtarUI II M M O 141AM H..50f 43 N4 11 HI. 41JordM in May of 1965. All archers major stock car racing circuit S,. Lou" U. 7t. 0445 Holt H preserved the Rebel string of, t
0- S 44 5 0 n 05549 54 .N' 551 15544551Sf 18 rebounds. Clarence Mills in the U.S. next The W' nor* iv I. T_ ..... nIlltom bowl invitations re-72 victory Thursday nigM
,. STATIITICIritrMi __ 55 553 155 131 ... had 14 for the winners and Charles are Invited to come out year. I Mory M. MomMoMyoVity JtlH.fO.ii when it won s Institute
50p5' It.. I II 05SII and shoot on a non competitive -engine carried Plymouth and w .* KmM MRnoM spot in the Bluebonnet Bowl >ver Virginia Military m
54I pesSi 1 II 552 45 79 U Sessions added a dozen. luon n, from 4! :sparked by Pete Gonzales' out- tr
u IM town, run otM 1544315, 54 P I !II 14P. led the losers basis and spectators are Dodge stock cars to speeds up MwvKnf IX O.rS. WHkinflm M against Tulsa it Houston Dec.
Iw4A.l. SJ .. "It 54 II CI Jimmy Dancy to 171 miles hour ...."'", CelIose' 'II 5.l'.nN 19. side shooting.
I 111 towl. ponllrr ... t "',.... S :It' SI IS with It points. The two teams also welcome. per on measured Dc44I ... CMUIM. trMKvt II I in
111 Told. lot twnni .. fA .-. 55 54: 5 55 15 tracks this year ISO Mm M"' Slate, a Cinderella team with Gonzales scored 18 point II'UI
,. ..,, ..
344 in .
will return
a m play a game 515,444 tJOM It.i 91wUtm sets
I I 45"I
lM. Oon from K.m ... 1144til : 55mI I 4 55TrsmmsI5 Sitting in a lightweight low- 540445. 55554 0.. P4405,4 55555 AI a W-J mark In 1963 had hopedto the first quarter mostly on
I 5 I 5
Irom term .... HI Gainesville Tuesday. Four Gators ...... 75pI.44 23 for
loll SI -5 51544 79 5.55545 44445 show In the backcourt, and hit
.... .. .. even more improve-
III ..
slung Mecom
111? Not .11. KrM Lincoln took the girls' contest fiberglass body r555 11,540.454 74 01 "
1701 lutlilitf .... tor |tmt 1141Ml INTIICI"IONI 4cS II.TMM L4,)- C44115. 71 ment, but he night. He forced VMI out
,.._ .,_...* IIIIt .... V. 545 'Ot 27 14 as Nelli Perry got said It Is capable of even high- *5SI :. N.5uI 451s41O.54r,4ss 1 a series of Injuries hilt
JO p._ cose.44 ItII' Oil I is ICa,4 Get Mention Si. 55,15 744.5 51....made i walking, wounded corps he zone, and In the second
er In road
ec,5 ............ .... I1 "5 Ir.,1 14 points. speeds racing. II 'of the FSU able to Its ihufftjffense
> tiM klltrt 11 I ss I IINCOLX Mint. Hilt So..)..... t- I Smltwnl Mlulullpl M team's key players. State was get IIU
11(4 Ootn o ort p...,.. an IIt S II ISO.I '11, AMoraon, .nlo. .o.. 11.4 AA Foyt drove It In practice for 544)4.SO Mt CdMr* 71 will take a M record into the going and protect s ear-
IS, I Ptnlnt" ov|. tor |_ It s 0 I I '_II, )44i Ooul* t>J. Tttolt' ,, 444 On Squads( the first time here Thursday. 'idalat 1 Pound 0"...* 4*. WM nl K rtwkOUlKvrU 45 content :
sue ,.... Not Ooln1U4 17U 5555555,40 I I I I I''$ 14 AUMn* CKrMIM 4) ow lead.
_... I _. _
I'S S IN..VIOU.L. "C"V'N' snackS c ll; Jim eo- even try to let it go he u
Toltl olkntlvt .
h55 tuMttilt IvfM .. ... 55 ... YSIS ,111IC "i'I. I.l >i Done*. 54.54, luor, tt4 NEW YORK (AP) Seven said.. "we
Toll ,...* tkkofMl .s'w OS.., 444.50p woo*. .I4< joriy 0"'lb 5& Ttiolt.inrt from Florida's were Just getting the Herd* Sam Carrlgaa National
football players
.. .. 545 1. 534 I I kinks out" 2po
Punllnt t I II. for
!. 54,55p431551t n 0..,.. a .s IYI,500S Icoro ty (vtrlortlLWCOM three major college teams were League umpire played SKIP
11 11 1| |> 44tlornt Even h, picture making you
Ml VOX twill rol 515" 4 43 I honorable mentions todayin so, was atspet'd Beaver FaDs in the Penn State
I I II || 41
SJaISOS liven;
111.51. tuirt rohini 'III 1- 4 in the 100 h bracket. /A
WsC,45551.I 11 I AI 5 The Associated Press .AI). m.p League in 1941. la W3 he be- coe
4 IM KO rolum ovttr ......... 14,5 044 5 55 I Rest SEC CoacitATLANTA America selections. rt) FLIp ?
'141 olllttftrai ... 45 101 ..,. 5 54 I wynn Pa, sportsman driver League.
t,/l 1 ru.l.....1M' .... .. It/ll '..''d_ I 54 I They were ends Charles Casey -; elIi
11 TOt rvM" .. 545.1 I 55 ImcsoPP : (API-Paul) (Bear) of Florida and Ed Welsacosky ;!
I 70454.43>t ..:::::::. : ; s5yu.saN. fi "lr
I ?OSk"rp.! .. : .. 74.45 LoO.II. Bryant, who coached Alabama of Miami guards Larry Gagner i. need a "
I TOl Butt rnum :.:.. ..5 I 511 555T4,545 you
to Its second national and Bill Richbourg of FlorIda. //jo '
It 5.. It or). (klctlII .. 55 S I IIIPS. champion-
... ,.. *ont mutt" .. S S 44 515, ship In four ) an. was named quarterbacks Steve Spurrier of 11F
It .
i 54.p5,5054505 I I
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I ... H. in Irvn) .. 5 I It 555 as Southeastern Conference ida State and defensive back JFDLPY
I ... of. IK40I Iron) I ,., *''.M i
It ,...< Oo..> lit 5 TD p.rI OMM* re TINIpv Coach of the Year, Andy SUkiller of Miami
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i It'IiABUSINESS MARKET uronT 1_ 4< Control Board Holds Last 1


I'301tu .. REVIEW _ Meet, OKs Student FundMIAMI

-: I Late Morning (AP- The Board of year period, the money would Legislature to appropriate needed scheduled for the 59-year-old !

I- N.Y. Listing* Control approved today a FlorIda -I not exceed $2,500 for each stu funds. seven.member board of control.
lIeaders'1Iequest :1 D regent scholarship program dent. Baya Harrison Jr, board On Jan. 1, a ninememberboard

AlllsChal 20'i IntNick 844 which would pay college tuition King estimated it would cost chairman from St. Petersburg, of Rents will assume administration

erg Th. fo0sng ....... -.11.. "" Alcoa 82% IntPap 33% and fees for needy high school the state between $300,000 and called today's meeting a significant I. of the state unlver.
eoor AmAir 44 Jones&L 70V students in the top ten per cent $ a year. step In state universities sities.
ora,, SSffzr&ssRSs:: :: STOCK LISTINGS AmCan 42', KalsAl 29% of their class. The board will ask the 1965 development It was the last i "I say unequivocally that no
AmCyan 66'. Ken'cott 'I%I James Lawrence King, Miami l- state In this nation today I Is
PiercWu1bernMurphey AmMot 14H LIg&My 3.554" board member, who presentedthe making the progress In higher
. AT&T 67\ Loch'd 38V4 program, said scholarships education which Is being madeIn

'flyorth NEW YORK Pure Oil _..... .. 1.60 5334' Cutter Labs A -.- l6I b AmTob 34H" Lorillard 44 would be offered to students I Two Plant Men Florida," Harrison said.

n STOCK EXCHANGE Rayonier .. ... 1.00 41'4RexalI. Data Control _._. $7 I AmpxCp 15V4 Mag'vox 32 wishing to attend accredited "No state Is doing more In
. Abbott Lab .... ........, 2.40 44% _.__ .50b 58 I Fulton Inds 9"1 : Anaconda 537. MM1\I &6V Florida universities. Over a fourJobless planning for and seeking to provide -
Allied Chem 1.80 53% Reyn Met __ .50 32% Gen Develop _._ 4V. Armour 54 Mohasco 15 I Are Promoted for quality and quantity \
Amerada Pt _, 2.00 85y Rich Merr _.._ 100 Mackey Airlines s ACL MH Mon'tn 84 higher education," bo said. j

Am Elc Pow ........_ 116b 44 R C Cola _._.. 1.20 58J,11 18% Mead Johnson __ 16:1 Babcock 37V' MontWd 39H Rate He said year-round operation ;
Amer Enka ,,,,,,ulmJ 140a 70 Roy Dutch 1.73g 44J,1 Pac NW Tele 22l. i BethSU 36'4 NatDair 83S I TALLAHASSEE -.Two veter ter of the National Secretaries'of state universities, space age

Amer Hone _. 1.44a 63% Searle Gd _. .90 64'4 Philips ElccRedwing ___ 40'. Boeing 66%" NatDist 27 lan Florida Department of AgI / Association (International\ Ho off-campus programs such as
Amer M Fdy .90 18% Singer .. ._ __ 2.00 .21\fa Carriers 10 Borden 78S AmAv 50% Drops To I rkullure plant regulatory offklals was cited for "his continued MCLS and GENESYS, antielectronic
Armco Sf1 .. 3.00 64V4 Smith KIn 1.20a 64% Ric Group ._ 2' Brunswk 8'i Penney 65T I have been promoted within personal Interest In the professional learning aids were

Atch Topka .._._ 120a 33% Sou Cal Ed _.._. 1.05 37J,1 Sperry R. Wts ...__.. II''%" CaterTr 40'. PRR 39H i the Division of Plant Industry progress of his sccrctarlal -among the most Important recent
Baxter Lab .-?..??,,.?. .35 27>2 St Oil Cal _.._ 2.00 69' Syntex .. ... ._ 50 Celanese 74l* PcpCola <1 5 Per Cent i Commissioner of Agrlcul!, employes and his understanding developments In university
Beckman In __ 71% St Oil lot __ 2.00b 43 Tampa Elec 28 Chrysler 60'. PhilMor 78H tore Doyle Conner announced of their work prob planning.The / .
Beech U S ?.,..?,??..... 1.u 52% Sterl Drug __ .65 28 Tech Measur __ 18% CocaCola 136U PhiUPet 54% WASHINGTON (AP) Thonation's ,'today.. lems." board voted to refer a request

Bristol My .89 63:% Texas UW __ 1.20 112\o Twa Wts _, .._ 31% ConEdis 92"t RCA 36U unemployment rate \ Frlrrson and his wife, Betty, from the Florida Osteo
Brunswick ., ._ : ContCan 82, RepStl 43% Paul B. Frlcrson, Gainesville palhic Association to the medical .
-? 8% Textron _._.. 1.40 50% Vslspar.-.7 dropped to S per cent in November have two sons and a daughter
chief of the Plant
on'. Bucyrus Erie _.., 40% Tidewater __. 3211i DowChe /91i ReyTob 41 the second lowest figure Inspection The new Plant Inspection Sec policy board of the University .
Cambell S MUTUAL FUNDS duPont Z30'". 30-% since March 1958. has been of Florldi School of Medl-
StRegP :
240 (
WA \
p 'M" Trans 49'\ since early in I960! the Labor of tion head, Shepard, is a long
named assistant director the
drd Carter Pdt .' 1.OOa 17 Union Pac _. 160a 43 Affiliated Fund __ 1.97 EAL 40 Seaboard 48 Department said today. time employe of the State, too. cine Wallace Dunn of Ocala,

Case JI .....,............... 19 Und AIr L _....._.1.50b 5t Capital Life & Gr 1.77 E. Kodak 137 Sears 127H i The October rate was 52 percent division lie began his career with the spokesman for the osteopaths,
Cessna Air ... I Firestone 43 4 Sinclair 53% of Gainesville asked that osteopathic doctors
???? ?_ 1.00 30% Upjohn 1.00 51% Divers Growth 10.21 Charles E. Shepard former State Plant Board as an
fits Ches Ohio _._ 4.00 72%'Jim Walter _. 2311 Dividend Shares ., ._ 3.80 FlaP&L9'. Socony 884. Unemployment usually climbs succeeds Fnrrson. Inspector In March, 1931.: be allowed to refer patients for
hat Coas S Gas ...___. 36 Lamb .. .... ._ 70 n. Ford 56 SouthnC 65% treatment to the university bolo
War 31% Dreyfus _. _.._. ___ 21.16 sharply In November as winter Both appointments became Although he was born In South I
;ood"on. FrmstDa 13"% SpcrryR 13% I pital.
180b 43%
Worthlntn154) 52% Fidelity Caplt 11.44 weather begins hitting construction -effl'CtiveDec. 1, the commissioner -Brownsville, Pa, he has spentmost
" Comb Eng ._...... 120 34% Xerox __.._ 99.% Fidelity Fund ___ 1882 FreptSul 45% StONJ 88% agriculture, lumbering and said. At present they may do so
I of his life In the Sunshine
FruehTr 30'. Studebak 6% In where there Is not
flee Comsat only areas
Corp .. 49 I Zenith _,. 1.20a 65% Fidelity Trend 19.77Fund' other outdoor Industries.
Frier son has more than 30 State lie attended public
GenDyn 3S Swift 58% a medical doctor,
Cone Mills .80 11T
?? ???? ? Invest __ 11.,53 The Bureau of Labor Statis-
In 'I'KU.I schools in Wauchula and graduated
OVER THE COUNTER GenE 91% Texaco 87% years experience plant
Its Cont Aid __......._ 2.20 62
Income of BostonIncorporated _._ 8.56 tics credited mild November
Tho story work: He Joined the former -: from the University of Uojul
HEN YORK CAP following bid GenFds 82% Thiokol 12% ProjectUnderway
Contrl Data _.. 47%
son anhid .....t_ Inc .. 1192 weather with this cutback
end lunniAd by "' (1GonMtrs delaying SUite Plant Board in 1934: Florida with a Bachelor of Science
GenMills\ 48% UmtAirc I
Corn Pdts 1.50 52% NitlHUI Anoclitton of iKurlllti DMI-
the .... inc.. M not nprmnt actual fran>. Keystone K 2 5.73 94Vt UnFruit 17V4 and has had continuous service In Agriculture degree in In
. 49 Delta Air _.._".... 1.60 63% action. but ir* uw NASD "'1m... Keystone S 3Keystone __ 1896 USStenl I Unemployment Increased 100- with the state, except for 1934.
within wfilcl HUM wairlnm Goodrich 60 53V4
of uw
Det Steel .60 13% Mint
fins.the 00 could h.vt His MM (kid) w S 4 "'_ 520 Goodyr 45% UnivMat 14 I 000 to 3.4 million\ in November, five years and three months he He was a member of the advanced Union County
Emerson El 1.00 42 .
' Bought ukMll Life Investors _...._ 1002 whereas It usually climbs by In the U. S. Army during Work has
ROTC Unit at the University
Greyhnd 22% WestgEl -
Fair Camera .. 25% ._. .,_ _.
.50g Alico Land 11%
cc. ? Life Stock Fund _...._._ 7.55 about 300,000 for the month
World War II. road
39%\ started 337
WlnnDix and commissionedas a $182. project j.
GulfOU 59% was on
Finanl Fed ._ ...._ 35% Amer Heritage 19%
Mass Inv Stock ._ 17.17 The smaller a than normal Increase
net Fst Chartr _. ...... 197f 24% Amer Mat Ins _..._. ?... 19% Mass Inv Growth __ 896 IntHarv 81% Woolwth 29 thus helped cut the seasonally A native of Elfers (tP a l e 0 a second lieutenant In the In Union County, according
ret Fst West Fin .__. 11 Amer Pioneer Life .... 7 County), he graduated f om, Army's Field Artillery Reserve tll the State Road Dept.
' Pioneer Fund ___ 11.7 adjusted rate of unemployment -
4. Archer Baptist New rort Richey High School at the time of his graduation Ralph Powers, Road Board
Fla E Cst .. \14% Anheuser Busch .. 62% cent. That
Puritan Fund 963 to S
of 1. Food Fair __. .. .90 22% Anodyne ___ .. .. S Putnam Growth ___ 983 To Launch was the lowest per since last July In 1O: and entered Louisiana Called to active duly In February member 5R.131fr said It Includes a SRItnnrth segment
hip FMC .___. 1.00 61% .. State University. That Institution 1942 he was discharged asa
Corp Citizens Bank 37
? TV It Elcc __ 109 when It dipped to 4.9 per centA anda
: bachelor' la.ter. and west to ,
him the lieutenant four Frito Lay .. ._. ._ 39% Conn Lt & Pow 37V4 Value Line Inc .... __ 582 Youth Program bureau spokesman saId the granted first years
Gen Tele ... ............. 83 3S% Cowles Mag & Pb... 11"% Wellington Fund __ 15.00 most significant of the November -of science dl'greeln 1912: and themaster section IIf 119 from SR-238A
uthge I Ga Pacif .., '''' ...... lOOb 56' Dunn & Bradst .. 61% The Archer Baptist Ch u rch figures was a drop from 4, of science degree In Shepard and his wife, Ruth, south to SR239A.Powers said! the. S. M Wall
Oil _._.._... ., 27% .. NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 1914 have two daughters
Getty ? log Florida Gas 11% this week begins a youth program per cent to 3.J per cent In unemployment Gainesville has the
. nd Grace Co ........ ...... .. lOOb 57'/4 Fla Tele ......... .??. 29% 'Complete Vol. Close Chgi. to be held each Saturdayat I among adult men. Earlier this year, Friers II n The offices of rlerson and Company of
Ida Hel Curtis ._. ..._ .80 17% Forrest Labs ?_ ? 18"% ;92 100 Com Sat Corp 49 Unch 11:30: to 8:30 p.m. That Is the lowest figure sInce was selected "Boss of the Shepard are located i In the Sea contract' and the 130 working. days IBM .,..__._* 5.00 412% founders Life __...... 8% 80 000 RCA 3514 off % The youth night activities will August 1957, when it was 3.4 Year" by the Gainesville Chap- gle Building In Gainesville, to complete project.tunO

lot Min C ............ .. 1.80a 13% Franklin Life _._ 53V4 58 300 Am Tel & Tel 87% up % take place in the Archer E le- per cent. ,
Int Tele ... 1.00 58% Great American n-n. .- 10% 49 100 Chrysler 60% off % mentary School and will include'oungsten The "fairly favorable pic-
Kellogg .80a 51 Grolier __. __ _. 38% 38 400 Tex Gulf Sul 53%'! up 1% from 10 years o 1 d ure" In unemployment, the P. K. Youge Chorus Make

Lehman Cp ,"H...'_ SIlo 31% Gull Life __..__ _.. 45 '37 200 Gen Motors S4% up ft through high school age. pok.. man said was mirrored
Litton In .*__. lOot 73% Herff Jones __ 16% 35 100 Sperry Rand 13% up Vi According to pastor James In employment figures.

I.oneSCm.............. 1.00 20 Home Ins ????._.. 68% 32 100 Westing Elec 44 up % W Browning, the programs The total number of job-hold.,
Marsh Fid 1.60 53V4' (ennasaw Life _.__. 9!% 31700 Xerox Corp 19% up 1% will feature recreation and felowshlp .I Ing Americans dropped only 'Bre Bye Birdie' (t Frolic
Martin M _.._ 100 19% Life Of Fla __, 8% 29 600 Armour 53% up % under the direction of 300000. to 70 I million, much:..
McG UlU! ._.__ 60a 37V4 Lowes Company _. 21% U 600 Beth Steel 36 up V. Alto Straughn. eta of a decline than usual ...

Mead Corp __. _. 1.70 49% Milgo Electron _._.._ 10V4' 25 700 U S Steel 52% up % The total civilian labor forte I By VFRK RICH IRDS Rose Alvarti, who for e I f b Is a motherly soul whose
I Merkd ,_._ JOOa 47 Mort Guaranty Ins ...23:: I 25 600 Amer Bosch 17% up Ji Administrative I declined 200,000 to 74,2 million yean has been expecting he tl worst child Is her husband, but
to Nail Airl .._.-.......-. .80 64 Pacific SW Air 30% 25 100 Std Oil N J 17% up % ess than uiual for this time of The Broadway" success be 'Bye will gt around to redeeming she stays sweet through everything
N.Y Cent __ SAg 49% Schlitz Brew 45% 24 700 Eastern Air L 40 up H Trio in VF I year. Bye Birdie, to prencntcd the his marriage promise SIne hal Her young/ st trouble Is
tain' Nla M Pow .... .. ...200 55% SecurLife&Tr57 Saturday night at 8 15, by finally reached the end and In,year-old Randolph Ty Ster
Norfolk W ...-. .*... 11.00 139% Southern Nitro ? 26'% AMER STK: EXCII Named to PostsThree P. K. Yonge chorus. one show her first scene, slaps down her reel) who Is all buy Into-every.

I No Ind P S __ 1.48 60 Travelers Ins _.... 394 ACTIVE STOCKS University of Florida North Florida you should not roles If Under you like Die, resignation Dose la played by I thing and all moit naturally

ts. No Nat Gas 1.80 60 LSI .... ._ J%I Volume Close Change agricultural administrator! have fun and good music Loulae Bill who makes Hose Hugo, (V, Q Htdson) Is the
t Olin Math __ 1.20 400/. 54 800 D Kaltman 3% up U been named to Important com Gets Hiickct skillful and vitally young/ spirit I still delectable, hut more or lens1!lad 1 Owens HO.. ._ 2.50 102\. AMERICAN STOCK 53 500 New Park 7% up mittees of the Association of of Ed Carwlthen choral director 1 disillusioned Aill'rt! Is so helpless ,and objects Violently to Conrad,
'' I. for P. K. Yonge, some of
ke'or PacG"Eloo 33 EXCHA.'IIGEAeroJet 43 700 Detroit Gasket 22% up H State Universities and Land Of Un illTAUAIIASSEE show! she Just can't quit him, 'I and his kisses. lie gets her
Pac Ltlng _. .__ 2.40 31% Gen _.._,?... 25 18 ZOO Scurry Ralnb IS'-itplH 1 :Grant Colleges.Dr. the funniest sequences In and all thrown the show she beck too.Ursula .
Analex __ 28% :J3 000 27V4 off I business are broimht to life at Merkle Cathy Wlr-
PacT&T __ 1.20 291/. Corp Massey-Ferg % M O Watkins directorof tAP) Torrential rfuruei him from the mistakes' (
rene Pan Amer A ...._ 1.2D 3D. Aqua Chem ___ 154 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS the Agricultural Exten al I o nService rains fell t In parts of their hilarious lop he makes In his perpetual slateof ,tala) makes a real bit out of a
Aurora Plastics ._.. 26% Is simple but being I and so dots pebble
Parke DavPennzoil 1.00 213 The story hurry. 1 short part,
Is the 1985! chairman of north Florida today Some Tal-'
.. _........200 423. Barnes Engineer ....-..._. 22% Purchases _, 375,037 the Extension Committee on Organization ahansee streets were dOled by I based somewhat on life\ It plays She does a lot of very load' 'Bowers ss the Mayoress Bessel
Short Sales _
m Pfizer __ _. Boa 47'11' Butler Shoe _. .?,._ 12% Other Sales ... 343.905 and Policy.Dr. flooding I easily In the story one of the singing, but her best number I I'Ilrli were active as "7 e e n-
Phelps DgPolaroid ___ 3.00 731. Chromaloy _._ 16 J R Beckenbach, director More than seven unties ol greatly succemful young male vocally Is "Spanish Rote" In agcrs"They were Beverly I
Cinerama ________ 4"4 Total Sales 349,092 I I. drafted _ Tina Adams, Sally
" .... ..... .20 181"1 of the Agricultural ExperIment rain fell at some points In an singers the. second act, after she hat Preston,
n t PubSvEG..2.60 38% Computer Scl ._ 234 PREMOIS: DAYS Station, Is a member of area stretching from Peiuacola and to left him She Is a fine person Adnms, Jackie ,.II rs, Jan

-_ STOCK \RKET the Committee of Nine, Public!to Jacksonville make a living A uc"Il'nt secretary, and anybody ., HannfMcy, Crania Remlllrt and
while his sinner NinHole fool like\ Albert .' Taylor, but there were
: ldIp I Advances 471 Law 342. of the Association.Dr. Florida got Its rain from a but a crsty Judy
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES DEC. 3 Is tucked she would be but 'downs more who deserve men-
Declines _._ ,. 392 J. W. Sites, associate dl- giant storm system that lay away could see ]
(11 Mae Tart Low TUM Close IletCh I Unchanged _. 2M! :'ector of the Agricultural Experiment across the southeastern states In the army, of 1I1 as a wife He wakes uPI tion.
High his 1 the orchestra were
Total Issues _..... _._,,_ manag r, to II In time I Making up
The Weather Bureau
.25 Rails . M2.51 140.47 141.24 Up .37 1,362 Station, has been predicted Bill Wells,
Albert Peterson of the fur her Roberta Salt piano;
*.,. Inaustnols 907.C4 896.53 90029 Up 3.02 I I New 196344 Highs ___... 28NewlO6SiOLowa jointed to the Southern Regional the storm would pal out to played by _ I One Is Alberts reasons mother I I ; Dlckld Herd, druma;
leaving organ
......_..... afternoon
25 Research Committee. sea by early
59 Stocks 524.79 518.50 520.76 Up 1.69 base.
Walter Comerford, In a played by Lynda Moody) whoIs and N: Carwllhrn string
ston of fremlpi plans lurCft-l. and dix everything bad as a He was SUM' the ever n. present
him kiss the leader of It ls another director whole skill really drove
STOCK FLASf JE" YOUR MONEY'S WORTH the big U-.tRt. fan clubs, ant! of the great parts In the,things and m.del' a great

U MARKET : writes a song/ about this final show and Miss Moody ,show The euellont art work
: aI -- - -- kits. He hopri the song's/ recording ,UIII of all Illfiendlth mak"l was by Marian Davis, and

NEW YORK (AP-The stock Dow Jones Stock Averages Who h III Debt Too Much? by his stir, Conrail.! tlM. ,Richard Vogri/ ran the difficult
market's advance faded in light Birdie I I played by Kenny : Mrs MoM'''" (Sharon lighting extremely well. _

trading early this afternoon ,I Previous Day I Sod Hour 4, flly OSteen with a molt faithful - _. -
Prices withered from earlier; 870.79 30 Indust ) up \ representation of a young vocal I
levels but held In the plus col- Idol who mow the trenagrrs
210 67 20 Ram Porter
up (28 Sylvia *nr
umn. I'I I ; down by dozens with a good
w The market had adv.nced' UIU I lS UtiLJuTTh / voice fur it too), will make his

<< Wednesday and Thursday after]I 306.55 63Stuckiup&39| Personal bankruptcies are up per cent a month. Yet, that'bank* to WO and the total of fortune.

d six days of losses. 1271,000 I Volume | 1.060.000 110 per cent Just since IMO! foreclosures ratio now stands at 14 per cent. loans under scrutiny to M.OOO" The little town of Sweet Apple
Mack Trucks, losing more: _! on homes and cars What Is the ceIling? Are we I'Also when this study I. eomplettd. Is the inane of this kiss,
than 2 points hit a new low for I also have risen our Instalment over It* Nobody kllll"'." i the Reserve Board well and you see Conrad mow 1 s f
the >ear. The Associated Press averageof debts alone have touched an I In the words of a Commerce may dig Into the more complicated I down the teenager girls and
Comsat advanced more than M stocks at noon had gained all-time high $57 billion and:Dept authority. "We do not, maze of finance company,also all the grown wonvn he
2 points. J to 324.7 with Industrials off there Is a mounting crescendo,have a usable' 'balance sheet loans and the whole range of gazes soulfully at. While I h t
RCA gained more than a .2, rails upi and utilites up J of warnings from responsibk of assets and debts by income lenders and credit salesmen mowing goes on, the girls art
I point on the strength of a 10 percent The Dow Jones average of 30 financiers about the serious deterioration group Nobody knows bow much The Federal Reserve is legitimately screaming and getting wilder In

stock dividend and a 10-I Industrials st noon was up 0 09., of the "quality of.debt is toe much for whom. concerned about the,I their motMfl and getting ready
cent extra dividend. I to 17088. ([credit" extended by banks. where the danger point comes:quality of credit being extended to flop. Tha action gets mart
International Business Machines Prices on the Americas Stock :I How much debt Is too much!'and why.Now." ." ,by banks and IU emphasis Is real Of course after they're all

announcing plans to deliver .-I Exchange were higher in moderate :debt for you? Who's In trouble I'I though for the first,00, lending But, ef course: the I mowed down the frenzy dies till
its new 360 computers several tradjig. ,[today What are the danijer1Igns1s tune, Ihe Federal Reserve Is,results of the Investigation will the next batch of kids see him.
months earlier than ortgl- :' and for whom? Which getting set to launch a full-:be oNdeep personal bitwnl to There Is much more to the plot
'na' scheduled advanced 4 I Corporate bonds were mixed, potential borrowers are bad scale survey of bank loans and us, the borrowers. but K all works out as yedlike

points. J and Treasuries tower. 1 risks for lenders and what:.borrowers eider a Credit II I In today's prosperity the l total H to.Tha .

types of loans are bad loans for,Quality Project" to an effort 01 instalment debt and the repayment -I .play abounds In scran
Lists Alachua Polls I borrowers? I'to provide arawen to these..:' ratio appear more''you will certaInly remember
I The shocking answer to all I II 'crucially! Important debt questions thaw tolerable But! a tidal wave.I with the greatest pleasure, Uki

I /itit questions It, "We dontknow" of teenagers Is sweeping ever,the Telephone Hour, too good to
For Farm Rcf erndum In everyday language, what the U. I. economy. As thetetoenageri describe ...,.. One of the best
The experts bYe some Informed ..1 Ihe Federal 1Wwrv. is attemptIng -! reach the awrying:sow of Kim MacAfce. pl,H:

in Alachua Supply, Jiewoerry, and Dixie. guesses, there are all Is a detailed anatomy ef and tog borrowing yean, theneed ,by Jackie Cosson as the d.ii""Jit-
Polling tobacco -Garage Archer aorta of sUbsbcal averages on'lilt Anwnran borrower and a for brasfrteck guide to.hit teenager who gets kissed
the upcoming,
County for referendum !have Vaughn said that generally. family debts vs. assets, we I Ii 'compteto autopoy of loans that I I uard them Saon fmnd l ldoMter comes when she rejoices, now: 5T

and announced cotton by Millard to be eligible to vote, a person:i have ruk! af thumb worked out I Ii go bad. I win become knptraUve.These .'.tkat she. Is IS. thai she has .k* ;i '

been chairman ef the Counh -I must nave been engaged ks tJw'procbtiIa 'i decades ago. I j I The Federal will go far beyood -,, findmcs could provide com a woman and can I 'l :
.Vaughn Stab batillra and of Om crop be at votmsj But we nave no precise, thoroughly an cxamMauoa of a borrvwffa many U these guide !I lipstick etc.. sung wttk almodsnrtousness
Agricultural Committee ... He said voting must be I, up-to-date, reliable yarttrticU -I age art M> SUMS an*I II It wall may be that the eld, to slecely Pretty hut Pcriloiw
Conservation' done as the community la which to measure tow snort',income: and Into s probe ef tkeborrower's ruJet.fIIhum181.. borrow- Probably the .best bit to

Voting on Dec. IS wffl tabesslaca&ioeanaccord the farm la located. drU is toe much la (Us era Job stabdtty and,,tog and l.ixllii| are ebtokto his Usstog stunt to put lIIM'j There's blddesi danger In lib plcters-.ot M far
place al The county ckatrmaa stressed and what Is a bad risk for leader .1 cotnmsnky life, the toeonse efOM ,,1& weD may be Out wotrlMbout .Sullivsn's show, pipH, to lady U concerned, but In the
frg Vaughn I I III Us family debt Is toe Sweet Apple& and KM's u Ike y.uag
to the fact that to tile Dec. 13 or borrower. eftwr SMmbrs I. low snuca decorative that adorn the
Community A S a a shine referendum growers' win besting btlw"'a crciU esat the atos and aumter si all.:mock are anwsrranud.But i I grts .to Ute show too. Mr Mac'Al. poianeltuM. than* flower holiday
St re. Hawtborne. and County enlyw whether marketing -I pert Oil federal Reserve:his debts sad awns. die central fact Is Oust' .. Is played by Tom Laumrrl I! I.Urb/r of essay herds kowiw durIng emerlla the IWldaAgrkaltaral
..,aI'l and Just eur and ha .... besides a very good, M MHS. Erdaun West, botaaM .
ASCS Office Gainesville. quota controls will remain Beard to .III.aI..1 As el DOW, he .project we da aot BMW the milky
CsconunityBn-PIiII1: Ia effect fat another threeyean. -people were seysss set tag Is sfal] to a trst" "... ,ignorant fjvts tfcottdttful ebservers singing v ke. a real sense ef, Eiperlaieat fraas KtattosM.brake alena aays caa be INrlUllnj
thai comes *
the 'magk' ratio ef ssjstalmcot \tovotvef ealy IJCS seW and lid, a *llat The theatrical- timing white sap
Farm Supply. Aladwa: GaysGrocery Any changes after IbM ago that qutaiy I the skis a ad that leave and stems are
LaCrosse; City MaO :JM pmrat program, will! kavela dtU we can afford Itl,bans af ealy It big commercial I;quicker we are glees wanIng.I The,. are two rmala" sUrt.da If chewed swallowed do baa-
coma from arw kfisUtfea carry to rtIa tion .. mr %-, Central Bank boors to eipwMO ''er ,.aiatike. DM MUtt for the arfchtetsd Kim and| nssewkal aoUmoue ar
C I & II Face eaacttd by Can es.n. ,I potable ptnoaU sneoffie .sa 111( sumbcr af prticipatas; ,sJlaf I the eCIIer *2413's secretary, die with cat,. .,

14 Gainesville Sun Friday, December 4, 1964

BZQ33I3e /S. I Cot) i4OMILIATIN6jx
I .

y Wh. 'i row (nklmir. fee ..... I

Switch Tactics .ral sill writ M A.....,. lot 1165 r Y\\

Imrly Hill.'' C.llf. 10211, mt k
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bicMt t..K'.4dnutt iNtuM*" .11.
+ Van Karen
; Abigail ..1.! ,.. Akky .".w.., .H I

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DEAR ABBY I| they rented out "fathers" for special DEAR ABBY: I have two daughters! in their teens, Just HOLD ITII TlN't yOKUM!! OH-' .: SOME GAL5' HAS ALLTH'weK.r
occasions, I would be their best customer Every time my starting to date. What worries me Is their going In cars AN'SOAHtniO lSNtNOUNCESlt7 !

boys need their lather, he'i somewhere else Our youngest /!- with boys. How can a mother find out what kind of a KETCH? s
ion played first base with the Little League last sum driver a boy Is without embarrasing him I have forbid- W GRANMf NkSwlurro Xc
mer and his father didn't come to see him play once I Now den my girls to go out with some boys because of the way AN'THISYALE /
It'i football season and one of the boys plays in the band they drive. But what about the boys I never meet until FRESHMAN,
and the other one Is on the team, and every time they they come for a date, I worry myself sick until the girls MAN AN'w -

t' ask their father to go to a game, he's too tired. But let get home safely from a date. Don't say, "Ask your daughter -
one of his friends call him up and he finds the strength ," because if she likes a boy she Isn't going to say anything

to go with them. Frankly I am getting sick and tired of against him.
being the only mother there. One of the kids asked our CONCERNED
boys !If f they HAD a father. I have yelled at him scolded, DEAR CONCERNED There Is no way to find out what
cussed him out, threatened and shamed him but I still kind of a driver a boy Is unless you have seen him drive,
can't get him to go. Any suggestions? or his reputation for driving has preceeded him. Tell your
DISGUSTED teen-age daughters that they risk defacing crippling In-
Jury or death when they accept date with dangerous drlvers.
DEAR DISGUSTED Try a little tenderneis. You've tried And if they do not get the message your alternativeis
everything else, and you've nothing to lose prayer. f ft
DEAR ABBY: My finance Is about two Inches shorter ...I PLOWED UP THIS \ OFF PLOWIN' COME ALONG AN'BOUGHT
DEAR ABBY: My wife Is expecting her firth baby and than I am. We have never discussed the difference la :a MORNIN'PAW- TO TELL ME IT PER
of course, we have been telling our friends the news. Our FIFTY
height, but I have always worn flats when we were together .,, A INJUN THAT?
other children are 17, 16, 12, and 9. We are amazed at how which ARROWHEAD!! (j u CENTS
us about the same heIght. We are now.
ask "Was this We con- '
many people us, one planned
making plans for our would \.1"
wedding. I like to wear high
alder this none of their business, but we don't know of an
I heels, which would make me taller than he, so I asked himIf
answer to put them in their places. Have you any suggestions he minded
? wearing elevated shoes Just for the wedding. )
EXPECTANT FATHER He said YES. he minded very much, and if I wanted him iZNo
to be taller thin I, I should wear flats. Will you tell me Zrn
DEAR FATHER Reply "If you'll firglve my rudeness what Is the right to settle this?

for Ignoring your question, I'll forgive your rudeness for DEAR GIRL Since you have always worn flats with

i! having asked It." him la the past, wear them for your wedding. .J

Toe nosmow
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I. Friday Evening O Comer Pyle USMC is Kinea wnen he tries to ana van der Vlls
| I.M O Well's Fargo On war game maneuvers shoot down Fry perd StrudwIck, ,L Shea.a I t1 Nf n
< O Mike Douglas Comer's trickedInto CD Daniel Boone try
11.1 John
1.2 O Moments in Sports leading his squad "The Sisters O'Hann a. 10:00 0 nnsmoke! Horn.' Yep M 5iATELLI THERE AMTA V MAN ffO. BUT IM TIRED OF WOMEN r
1:30 O Newscop Into an ambush. han." Daniel inadvertently People are rXNOWTM THE GREATEST THEWORLDWHOWOULDMTlil 31/C/ EXCEP'pNe/ANSHESA J BETTE
O World Civilization 10:00: I O Jack Paar becomes the owner of thinking that wrong Dan Collins < POP AN d BALLAD SINGER HAVE A DATE WITH ME, REALLAOO'rMGCyNP GIVE HER ACALL..AN' \ BEGETT
1:55 ID (Color) Local News O The Saint two Indentured servant slnglehandedly killed four ,. III IN THATPON7YOUf THE I WORLO..Y'KNOW'wi .;: 1 YXNOW THAT DON'YX1uitty.d INTRODUCE YOU TO HER BACK WORK

Weather Sports With Simon T e m plar's girls when Yadkln lets outlaws but he decides =: OVERTHEPMONEMRSMIT
I.M O News Sports help, Teresa Alvarez sets Involved In a plot with to live the lie and bask o L'M MARRY GONNA HER...

,. Weather out to find her tra p e It an auctioneer. Cuest east In the adoration bestow.: .....
O Sunshine Almanac star husband who disap- Includes Fay Spain and ed on him. Guest
.:IS O News Highlights peared two years ago. Nina Shlpman. Includes Glenn Corbet cast I

':30 O (0 O Newt CD Fugitive ,:" O News Glgl Perreau, John Lup.! rl t'
O Using Numbers 11:00 O O News Sports 7:00 Q Ensign O'Toole ton and L Q. Jones e Irs

7:00: O Yancy Derringer Weather St. John lost the money; ,11:00: O m Newa Sports T
Yancy'i dog, "Old Dixie," C3 (Color) News Sports, Commander Stoner gave Weather

t holds the secret to the Weather him to buy food and lIquor -; O Detectives r

I location of the Derringertreasure. 11:2J O Movie Double for a diploma !c "UttJe Boy Clue." A man s.r..
'. ,
f Feature dinner party Identified as Frank Car- II rM 4oN4 our -
O Death Valley Day 1. "Sergeant Rulled I e." O Jimmy Strickland ones has stolen police I WMOATHY To au,1 CAAO A HAPPENED TO M I I ) THE dus'rAeou'r WOKS II II aI WITH[ HAD ace A QUAseu.

& O What's ,JwwCblldren"Peter (1960) During post Civil l 7:30 O CD Flipper uniforms and a squad salt MAaaI.O esl.N COULD HAvpEN 1TTHIN4THAT AND "H CitGONNEGT HUSeANO-
r and the Palter" War days, Sergeant Rut (Color) "The Lady an d I car. 2 T'O A WOMAN "eaTLEPHON
j KJeld and Erica Dele b- ledge a Negro soldier >Is the Dolphin," first of two< U:30 O Movie <, !

mann teach Peter of New charged with assaulting I parts. A Concession II 1 "Twelve O'clock Hiih," c
1 I Brunswick Canada, the and murdering 18-year- fact finding delegatloi (UW9)) On a deserted t >

art of pottery.making.CD old girl. Jeffrey Hunter, was expected at Coral English airstrip, Major
Glenn Reeves Constance Towers, Woody Key but Porter didn't Stoval recalls the psy. I
7:3) O International Show Strode 2. "Hands of a expect a Congresswoman chological battles fought

time Stranger" ((1926)) A pianist Guest cast Includes! by commanders who re-
The "SwingingSwedish I 'a hands are mutilated Maggie Hayes and Barbara peatedly sent their crews

Circus" includes Tony in an accident. Paul I Feldon. out on dangerous misslont. 1 -
Hochegger and his exotic Lukather Joan H a r vey, O Jackie Gltasnn 1 Gregory Peck, IZ I
animals the Mascott Sisters James Three During the Forties one Dean Jagger
; Stapleton. ( Hugh Marrows
,-.-- ....-- .. ... ....,d .
balancing act; the hours) of the zaniest radio vary Merrill. ((Two
Two Richards acrobats; 11:30: O ID Johnny Carson shows on the air was "It hours, IS mln) I WHEN I BROUGHT UP YOUR NAME
Bugllone's liberty horses; (Color) Scheduled guests Pays to Be Ignorant'' O Movie ,_, YOU ARENT DKAPPOINTLQ I AM DISAPPOINTED IN DEPARTMENTAL MttTINot LEARNED HOWEVER TASK OF,If YOU WOULD ASSUME THE Witt( ]
the three Zemgannos trapeze Include the dancing Apple- Tonight I to Jayne Mans "Sergeant Hull I l e dge." M MCAVinrASOUTMY AND CMMRJNID, MR. ALREADY THAT My COLLEAGUE DR.WKEHAO BOOM..PtRMITTINa THESE Wt TO fRESHMAN NOTE-,
artists; the singing tons. win I ) During postCivil t HIS STEPSON!.., TEXTBOOK BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE-J
acrobatic Three Romanos 1.00 Corey and Frank Fon War days SENIOR AMBTANTf KCIMON SOLVES ANTNI WOULD GLADLY
I and the Arabian Mohammed "The Rebel." (1938)) Story taine join Jackie In a recreation ledge a Negro soldier,Is Q FOR MLlS DILEMMA NEPOTI M, ...IMDTO a ---PROiPECTIVt PARENT CAN LISt
Troupe of tumbling of a man who feels that of the show, charged with assaulting i ACCEPT THE INEVITABLE I A FLW EXTRA HUNORCOS,EN 1Tsvs..aeah

acrobats. he can do. anything he Jackie also welcomes and murdering a 16-year. t't t
t n RawhIde- pleases. Pierre Renoir, actress Sheree Nor t h. old girl. Jeffrey
\ Corporal; Dasovik has always .1.r Rene Dary, Katla Lo a. who Joins him In a sketch Constance Towers Hunter'l

r shunned reiponsibll- SATURDAY on Christmas shopping Strode, Billie ., ( I
Ity, but now, with the Morning and Afternoon .:" 0 CD Mr. Magoo hour 50 min.) ity,
sudden death of his commending 7.0003 Union Pacific (Color) In the conclusion CD Movie-Double it
officer, he reluctantly O Sunrise Semester of "Robin Hood," a four- Feature
finds himself In 7:30 O Sunday School Forum part story, Robin lives 1. "The Thief." (Spy
command of a squad of m Ramar of the Jungle King Richard from an as Drama; 1952)) An Amer-

soldiers escorting Indian tOO O Across the Fence sassin's arrow.I.W lean scientist, at the be-
r prisoners to the reservation O Mister Mayor 0 Texan hest of a foreign spy (: I .rive, TV* 00 TNa eAD taTURN tO Marvel' ... TNiNtNNTOMS
(ID Rocky and His (Debut) This half hour ring, obtains/ secret microfilm O It ..rT '- Wa pUON ULD NCR CHawcUI.DN'AM* TMAJAj[ CITY ensue aLSINO A ,.. WITH 'Tea said WITH SNa S TRYING ON'INS
O Film Short. film aeries stars .. 4UNT neUta ow TNa once or THAT 5041 14 N Mi
Friends Rory records Ray TNa INCRCDIOL[ AND. LIT Net 00 cross win 's ecoooco
(D Combat! 1.30 1 O Burns and Alien Calhoun as Bill Longley, Mllland Rita Cam. 2. N6a as-SU5ON COMMAND 1101.00 Fd' '. TWS INTO KINJ falls WCUL9MAVS/... I OR oi[ corona... Po-la via papn rnm AS A,5YM0.AL eJPCa:ClNI

7:410 Florida Blue Key CD (Color) Popeye and a troubleshooter from "The Strange D o o r." Rota Ao Nis PRoaALY
"Space Physics." Dr. Alex Bozo Texas. (Melodrama; 1951) When (' rsovs/OAi K TNfMCCE UwT OrF { WANTED R sof vS 4 i

Green Prof. of Physic ali 1 1i f:00 O Science Fiction O Cnilgaa's Island his brother marries the !M( LAUNGN.... r 1t.I r I//// 1:fir
i Science. Theater The skipper unearths a girl he loves, a nobleman I
I I.M O lavlUUon TI Art O AlvlaI statue of a native devil acts out to get revenge.

I Host Brian ODoherty :30 O Tennessee Taxed god that he's sure Is an Charles Laughton, Boris -.r

t talks with Painter Ben (O O Hector Heathceto evil omen. Sure enough, Karloff, Sally I' 0 r r cot i
!'. Shahn at the Museum of 10:M Q Quick Draw McGraw there's a n earthquakefor (One hour, 20 mln.) 1 t tt
o Fine Arts In Boston. O D Underdog a starter. : III i l l'II

IN:: O (D Bob Hop II:30 O CD Fireball IL4 CD Addams Family Today InHistory ,

(Color) "Mr. Bid d l I. 'I O Mighty Monte Mortkia dredges up a ,
Crime Wave," a comedyby 11:00 O Unm, The Uonhearled marriage prospect for -
Nathaniel Curtis. Eccentric O m Dennis The her cousin Melancholia MY se&MDor Tom!? m Moor 'vs..
Menace The lucky man Is perennial ?1 woNCU. w wrLa.... TT e tLaN PpdOJ W floe A RED.TOUW .
research chemist bachelor Today Is friday !>fe. 4. t :. oR wmle A.T sN sops vvor.D... Ytnb Fee
'( Arthur Blddle isn't a safe 11:30 O The Jelsoaa Clarence P. J3 th day of '".- Then are hen 4 MAK Ire RlLlecsJ
:, man to be around: He'scaused O CD Fury Harvey. Guest cant Includes days left In the year.Today's PRAGTKA:
J U:00 O Sky King Hazel Shermet: .
two plant to burn highlight In history:
and Lee
down and done extensive O CD Eiptorlng Goodman. On this date In 1713, Gen
12:30 O My Friend Flicks t:N O CD Movie
damage to another managed George Washington said farewell
1:00 O SpollluhlCD (Outer) Saturday Mght:
to break a few traffic to hit officers at his heady
at the
WrestlingO 'Bad Da
{ regulations wrecked quarters Fraunce't Tavern,
a policeman's motorcycle Lloyd TVutoa at Black Rock" ((1t54)!! ) which still stands In New York

J and has accidentally brok. 1:30 O Touchdown John J. Macrerdy gets City. I !1 rCI !
t en the arm of Police i 1:a O NFL Football a hostile reception when On this date I t
Green Bay vs. San Francisco he arrives In the Isolated :asset
Chief Sinclair who also In HIS Henry Ford's peace
w wAS
happens to be his fie aIt town of Black Rock tt II ship, the Oscar H, sailed for, : h
cee's father. 2.N O CD NBC Sports SpecialThe find the father of the Europe.

Cast Includes Roddy Me- Miss America Rod nisei soldier who saved In IKS the Allied Control I
1:31: O CD NCAA FwtiMlIU. Ms life during World -
DowaU, Pat Crowley and Council In Berlin ordered the" -
Shari Lewis. of Mississippi vt Miss. War IL (Two hours) seizure of all plants of LG. Far-' In R T1MT e0Y OD1rT MK Ma
O State (Last regular season Cast Includes S P enter' ,, of)Industrie. ; ao WM IMC* AMrrvMigdxi mcw'T ww wM MERfe.. OuESTtCM! LE CAlll TNfi COMA M OPC CEILSM' ,
Entertainers game of NBCs colIfge l. Tracy, Robert Ryan, Tea The .*, aeplT "- RILLN6 eF 'UaMIM.MOM'/ ] THC AsuM txw Ttwrr Pouca, MA AM{ T w IM
Comedienne Vivian Vance schedule. Anne Francis. yean ago bill twlr roLICiMM sccsfs ..SHrvr ..r
Dean Democrats defeated the Communists
and Chad and -,
Jeremy, 4.31 O T. Be AanoancH Jaggcr and Walter
to a West German elec
British duo s
the singing. are S:M O Wilburs Brothers Rrtnnan. :lion I
1 I:M O O IVter W.r-r O Mr. BiMdwayBad The years ago A monkey
O Imperfect I 3
SU: m Football SrorebMriI Little Rich GI rl" named Sam was shot JJ mile!
I:". O Burial rhilhirmonle .N O Fishing FM Heiress Mary Beth War- Into spec and made a success-1:

German composer Karl o NewiBliklCD run fault quite as philanthropic nil rttura .m a test of a Mercury ,-!
helm Stockhausen Is guest (C.lor) New, as her late father apace capsule emergency'
conductor of the Buffalo and Beth ,
Sports has decided escape mechanism. '
i j.;
Philharmonic for this *.IS O New_,. withdraw top- One year ago Pop* Paul ; 1':
American premiere of his 1:31: O port of the boys
Deputy camp announced that be would visit/ 4
work "Moment I "The Return of 31 i 1m n financed by her father I the Holy Land in January en a I I

i'I .I.M: O. D Jack BeasyI Fry." A hired.. gunslinger Guest cast Includes DiI I mission to aid rid .peace., |

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Friday,, 4. 19S4 C inRtyilI Sun IS

CLASSIFICATIONINDEX 21 UMfk SojRRllMlorrrsosuppLto 11 Mokl. HotooFM$4>l. SI LOTS FOR SALI I

THEREIS Is CAL"" be.i5.54.. liS Psi.P1mM. IT gWNU. bnoatllui _,_ 10'.
C_ Delry 1_ Ham WYATTeTrailer IN A ... .cue Ittulinga. Isp
-.... '1.. bn.tNmi" a 11..1.... 110 "'". IWToro.
c.n ret IS1'! 43rd 174-llOt

ANNOUNCIMINTJ Sales I ACRR LOTS totol. ptlc |4t.I .

.. ..... mln from LiSa Oolnonlll with oen .
Mom *tPenmattr to Alto now "Mnod H
c.r. ot IIor.III MANCHLiTER & Chihuohua, _Iii Nome L... lonto Fo. Down poymontlot
Rlot t 'Pound puppies 9 win. old. FR 2- .Mil. one AlntrwMTrove '' no with In.......,... ot Pimno III prr
1756. Trellor
4 PvnoniilMd
Mrvkotf OCOlOt FMI MM4W Slums
Travel IMortnttlopjiDKlll 61 OMAN HIPHlia .._ 00I1Or ...... tSlHam 14 W.torlronr Proportyboorbig
'"' a NotlCMJFIrlift ..... .... AKC K Mil tMd Silts''' $ ninge 154.Pt's .
/ WORTHWHILE aid Imp till ."' ... MIcMooy' 53iihiisushi. 01/5R/ W aches ., ..... thctVirtlsty
amIss oftor 1'31 or wMonaimlnlohiro .... pocon tnvo. 415 I lurniinod -
Roky Ittton, OHM Car* Ai< IMUMO site' dock end OW
p Mm T 655Mm. Sn45P5150 fEDERAL QUALITYHOMES sell pump Many o>"*". On
R* MI Al 'lvd. SlatS. ltd 'III. INC. Laka 1In' ,.. litqulri, Lash.
Thing T. RMAUTOMOTIVE 378.1025 no N W. im Sf."n", Jostury eo.

PI"'''' Wall JnnrnoK *f.MOBILI .
_.... AKC .... .... MOM SPACE Rog Rrekor. inKoiumg M THIS WEEKS IS ON
,.. H Alrplono loloo-Rontm __Chi 17444 alien I P M. AVAILASI S lAth P5CtPh5Yl5.ACPI- SPOTLIGIf
,........ Atill Hums Pitta AORmllol No. ol MIl.....,
71 trucks
: 7' Truck fir WmMN Rig "pupoM, ENGLISH lot "'"SHEPHERD.otcn, and otodt.KITTfNS :::': Mgi.Pileri 441CttcIee OR 11151. :! CYPRESS LOUNGE
PS ,.00J1 sbI-iaal 'UMM'.I4OM. ..
Tracton ft Tract RontUoB At moutti *t luwonnM Siam,
Traitor READINGIN 1 scabs oW lusty If FOUR you *u. isi .o tor toO. Sires t RR CCI completely 400S N.W.I ilk St.Tk .
Rontol SrI cut Oroon cats goo.* n "u N Motwtyctat i lurt,* tarts for mice, M .unite is cMo** Ini.a.ta.wslamts.ss1. COM to Hit 4 troth w ior llihln* now CytroM l* n** .) IK* Porfy P*
.4 Autamobli'* RoMlr Coll J7J357J. HXIIII.Fxhirin'' or 1. fhnormonl porMlio, WymorLAKRFRONT 1 fuu1 5 It colkratin It* Gnu ky .Htrinf s dilly

N AvtomobllM tar lo.* IRISH ttTTRR pupoin I mm. IStaN Pttn.W PS 11172' LIne. Snririo. SpotUI throughout this void. Tn. .
, M Prlgn" ft Iporti Ctrl I Vi.*.. I worries" tomow, pormonontBOB M. AKCroglitoro MtrtoH" .HII_'. WlnoVor 0. lii 'r, *t id* |sass. I* opociol, N*, wIth pettiest

4' VAutMWMM -'I. 15551 ...... lend satIN ft Fm Masse.ii 125011. 1.101 LOT dowN nror Woo on.SS Kei. typroto Mnoling sed mwrol o* tko 'lorl oi Koy *nk .
_..... Plers PS 1-4771. yssni II sire Secis' Must's5,51.5's 0- StI5 A .m4 oy isis llfhring. join tk* oongonloil pessp

IDUCATIONAL WHITE QUAIL 17111 rounol. the h_..... GnmoKillo't, "friendly ..."

Droned Molt.I Ills oocn HAS WILT A tkuktfvlly-pr ...-'rmlM *..<. o.**nofnol
II ktaoig ft kiotrvcrlwIf Live Inked ectordlng, I* "S RVI H...... for J.I.
BUSI NESS" or nrobUm, to sIne ky .1 .nyUK
eg* acM uontlty OUR 1"A"
Donclno THE
..,.,., Aloe_ Florida. '" YII. OLD RILE' NEW. J 'R. tram '. 2 AM. fr ROM) Sallewihipsad

21 Wantsd..IntsiiEMPLOYMENT CHRISTMAS ROMIO ......... wkiold. BAIRD MOBILE I kom control bait, "built In R 4rlnk fkf ttolly pInks you .*.

....,.. II moo. .... t bltcnon mItt mInes, i* n>l, FMAS.SSh *
....1.. Jamoo Konnoll.' pteV HOMES ? "* "' 171ftT.
II Fomole Ship Wasted $155 HitglttIn 15. 1. Se 7L Witch 'or Nut W...'. SPOTLIGHT

II Mats, Hilp WontodM pnone 473aIM.SIAUTtPUL tOcM* ; RR. I b4th CtR. h. o PI*

SUN room mony "" ". A too blocki _._
Hoip-Mi' a, Fomtl 714 C4uorlum. InclwMvorythlmi Pliers S3l-SttI Jet. 351 1 MI ,. -- ---.----
... to olorn.. end J HIs' KM down _
10 Sal. .. light
14 Uin' Hoig" WMMl re.lloctorv NORTHWEST FHA or ........* .'. prl. VAmtg.

., hooter. tiller grovel pump, plants thermometer 4 gmoS2 TRAILER SALES sit wnor.. tin KR IJthTor ly AMUSEMENTS *, DIKINGMlcholok DININO-DANCINQ *

work Wanted Punts &qr 4M4&S. ....."". I 11011. All tie 525. Call m Welds F.M N I, Phono J7.-in4. COCKTAILS
II Work Wontod Ml.* 'M 27m 575.5715 I RR hwoo won to ",n corpit Inliving 'OWLI'i< II n. IInll'' cl ".IU ."n a lavi
Af Cults Im
WANT ....... 040* own 4 labs PALM LANRI on to.. UNI"H51 ry INN
'1 : IARMS b LIVESTOCK Moeil' "..".. For Sol. CONNOLLY muse goymontt ol IM Pie m* Open every night for your en.loymenl Ruby tollcotoiMn Medal OurcoK Rl,. M "_ Imorjo
N* 5uah tying. hnmodioo, occuponcy. tram t A.M. I* I AM.PtqS SCHOONtR ROOM kMr*. ocltoll
Hour I
M Firm IqulpmgntFood .. how flows *mbroldry turn. VIY35lC1 neal 3 55 thou'. Mobile' Hm ...... Inc. I ft I Will Maul lumltur lit, nurMry Mrvlc Din* .by cHHllxlontlIATRHOUSI Minus for. fill prk M I.t*D I._I
I olmpio, oMn Iris i giomor' bMnam melts NmM. MMiyfloor l<00 oxtro .."" Inoult ... fHITAUIIANT
17 ft Portiiinra 'ro"lf'. Wauld uSe 101 enItseem. "'" on pranvno. hoi Maids llt-ltu Ing VII I A M, I* RnMy OrlHNltCombo "
"Ion for 5.0. lotoo "SOD 5iWIlt nnttslndt' ro. plaIts. 7 mr Injrcloo. lens II' pltnine 37' laos, 'Ill.. 1111 W. Univ.' *v..
Llvntock ft tuppiiwl PR Multi out 1M... nllo loulKof 'Jrd PI. Anyalmu.a ft RlcMr4 FerVid annuls
oonobl SIts? "'N7.
ADS Invest SlIm, occontod .ky tl-trxh a>'ln* vllio M V. I. LndK.plng, TOIl MN Wroy In ..,111... single, otlkti. ,... W51 MM PT. furnlino tTViioolr I7t-Mn : ir.: CCI S .i's 514. Center lomMwnoo Sea CII.m
hit ft luppIlM. tine 7141 troniKr, ",rlnto' fMOomUrn .....ltlonld. Kootod" with II.e OCCApIItty; by Cttriel. Oamoo I* Roy aol Still A 0 W ROOTBEER STAND ADVROJTI1R IN THftOINR .
' It 1ft 14, M II M. 111 II c....... O'collont, condition 1.54 PICAS MOIIll HOWl wlltlfxlO 1901 naud.s sun's inRRCRNTLV From m* At* aiSisad bt NW iw RIIt ft OANCR
II LIVMtldl Wanted II... II.PDt. PR t OI4 oltor i PM. ntict.irl I room cobono. ma. '. "TIv: aaltabs.1741Nit FRIR ADMISSIONIII 'M AM. Ill JO PM. OlFJiCTORYCIHINQMUJIC'
P.- S.. 1 se t. I mlft freni 13115 Tsr Rail 375-a131.: Wool Unlvarelly Ave.Porn

FINANCIALMkuilnMi TUlrty-flv nailS In win' for ml lor t dool IIR thot Ul TODAY campus *n4 tvwnttmn 1ft.uMfm rooolntod | to.. cci LARRY'SOLD *
Announcements Mixrn WH II casts for *acnooiton and elus pats manp StIeNS ootlify Cttlt.yo* ...""'"" 1.... Woes esit A... horn UN dn, ond IM* ovorpoymont th* boil lime of your 11'
Opportwiltloia for UKIoio' moiling, and masSes 14 ,... oonllnuou Musts Ibis Jilt ",. pstrnnmn ItthICO .t nan mo. ticS Its' Ore* In ol In* Ills WaS Uni-reniity' Avant.
Moray t* UMMAwrtgogo Moclol' Kvidlln Son t* Lour Homo puilnoio In North *FlorlM' love Plan ...1. Calt 375-1457 ... toim Ino, .l'io*>ro o MUO.monlo. GAINESVILLE O"N N HOURS A GAIt COCKTAILS.
'UTTE Whoolor. Oolnoivlll, Itn Noxll I':N P M.II Attn ond on ..t4H oooo, MINIATURR P.ACIWAVkV
croft Des f. 0 Dill NW 'lib II. W. Unlv. Woe. Open HI."' PAIHIONIO PISH GENERAL GA'N' 5
FOUND an Arthur R. "" 'od Print Plolnly P4TTIKN NUMRRRNAMR HOMES INC.NW FOR RUV DIP.RCT PPOMSUILDIN Pri_. ft P. M, 01 tend
105 Stile Willis sIde liii _I. ZONR.NRW tic. radix**, no commlulon., I u PrInts' sod Choir
Ii lnbsst Leads k' a PrIced. NW 11th II. IS SIN Sf. ONI ACM LOTS k) NW orM, I """.. kitchm l.tchptcd.. DINIM4 HUMPTY DUM PrY M>MO procomt tj ywr toot*
M Wasted to kvya brood, coll FR MS44 FOR 1H1I Ml dictate oat NO. al city' IImll. utoito' City limIts RMvtltvifrM. PItA of VA tin Nf ism Tor HI NW nth .., on our onn N"rtn. Hnllmy Inn

Machinery' ft T MttRulldlng LOsT Mode airpisnn4ii" moro toihlor.0 to knit' croclwt II'S; Opal 5 AM is 5 PCLO5SO ''' Down Hymoflt wtf 4rmorrongnl. Hugtl Rdwordt. Inc ITtltn, ITALY ,IN GAINESVILLE? LORD "IYRON i.n. >. urn n PR trm

whll.. ''n .''c'nl"' of ond inert, Pius I FRIR pottorno, om.broMory SUNDAYS Coll, AlKhll Roolty .T'OWa U-; corwrTTnTX Din' by MotwliliM KaPP.rl3mis. C.. TREAT
.. H..:22. _., MAW .11I_ Ion II _1. ... )7'- 41An IN. onody lot. I.or ttncod.Noor otmmpnor ot Itelyt DUTCH COCKTAIL *
Hwionoid Scads carla for M* Noodiocroft' CoKlogVALUEI ) r. tmim, RHiRjrl ocnoolo 4 ......,n.. Mitt MANARO" &TAU'AN' 1101 W. "IV. Aui.DCII. LOUNCIS *

41 Antloju*Sad LOST .MORILR HOWlS OR .. Munhil W. In NW.tocllon. ....'hl'. Smilt 1qII1f,. III' 1.41. ipociwlio hi L_.. Pin. II HOURI A SAY5ANDWICtISI
lolltolr* ring, iIHfl QUILtPAnNIsS J* W tOlls M.
U II. smaw.Is
III''... For ll.. .1.. cootum ring. Ro.or*. in *oiu. .o now auiinoli '" 171-111I locoto: 'd 11CfIt' I* "lty 'Mb on* oihor *.''I..*.. Itoilon" Food.Ml = ROAIT IIIF; forty F.f*.w ltra PmnIp
.* lImIts wltli trotit ? DIIICI P5005 lUll 01. Mowthom .... HI '.M. .... 'HI CYP55S5 LOIINO.
47 TrMIng Pool Phon H 67564. ( For boglnnorl, lapin''. ton. CORNRO ,
City siren AIM' ,lort saIl ...... III Sales' ce.nmlSehaVS. ,.._ 55lilgenls 077.1411 Chad _.,. FAITP1AMItchlltt. Sushi 10_ ass MwII
ol ,... Oil ti weeds LOST I ,_'Ie .bnan iini.4itucnsl M carts ) 12' WIDES out on Wilds ROM hmt I mile Till ismpllIS Lowonbrou M to* SseIlttItaIip Dtlisrenlbniths

70 Pails Mirln R_'lp. NW 35W II. and L...I north *f ._,,. Down *4ymntonol homo with I *7.n'' : SHELLEY'S A. Ins LII. lttsS
Catotorlo Ooc. III. COM anlolnovory Mol W.aPs4TRAINEIS form Sri-insu. Kit N. W. Hugh III W. Unto" Av..'" NW ,lot Av.1H 5501 NiN 1110 I' FR turn.
ii Caste PI* Valuable' roi.irch banKs omlpooort. 2 BR under $4,000USE MICIm.I.*. tdwofo_Inc., llo-Xfl ADVERTISE IN TIlE IlaS for .."....
n Ottlc' RwlpmcntMMMlcol Cast _..... Phono FP.oIlM OUR HIVO McCoyI7 nn, .
or FR1711 or moll to MOMS COO Kim i' ADVERTISE: IN THE
Mordiondltt Ro. ills 7. Un''.. notion., Ooinoi.VIII Wo lass pnino' for to* Wy 17 RENTAL PURCHASE FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY cnickon to. Pood. ._.
l". or aVer t* .... sri lob trolnln' PLAN RAILROAD Comploto dlnnot, front It conloIwvlng .
RIAL ISTATI FOR SALI fatal Florin sad loulhornototo Lowor knmodiot SERVICE DIRECTORY hem< f AM I* t PM SERVICE DIRECTORY
LOST IMALk WHITI' Dpi .. Trmioortotlon" tumliliod.loo down goymont SIDING LOF
loAth saIISI "UU'AN'
M Mobil Homo tar Itlt, 5. Cutters MinIS Marie 5 '.M, TOTAL COST Pan tog ojuoilty workmonifilgMM
:11 Lot fee sat.34Wa1.rtrast M_.,. ._..... V3-4ha5 'rani ,. Sib RI. Lowromal 40' I Pulley' ot MoM only I Tobor .Nto OP CONTRACT WILL RR LIU0yr. WAVE lirgo Old.lV1l1 1 ommortl,ract! M bailS wMrallrood 5,55 'W IAN It,
3 ,., Lind. fktonclng vollobMJ 172..M2
'Property IM. Ho pnono 10"'. Ing tt lull tonont, SIts' uHof. **
31 Mousse far 11"* 4 PIRSONALIZID! SERVICE WATCHItI" .....1 wiltIsunlItil DAD AND BRAD LARSEN
I' end late Pta.. licsitaa, M,. Tatb.i3' .. .. NW. inn it I
PINCRPJ men, Indlvlduo'
17 KM Islets licfiongod y ,lsustry DeIIf. J. M PiMdI_ t Pies Ritlmotoo-PHk' N slId CALL 37M4II.
dongnod for a ira.Slatunrnte, On ,IM. I miw I. .. ot ASSOCIATII INC, .... I
yORK .
91 Hut, Illlt, Wanted tInt".. Coll your llguro cereal.lent. K...,_ HslIlItnOpes .., TOil ,
21 Out of Town Property. Ann 2lnnormon 09351Alreond. DRIVE-IN GROCERY acna!! nt w. Univ. rt-in, __

40 Rullrmo' ,Proportll' MANAGER TRAINEES .._ .=:.:_:. .-....-.-....-.-...----.....;;................-....-.-...._ ,
41 RMldentlil 1..._* LEASh. Dull TO, Control D5IVI Cars WANTED K%%%%% k.%% % %% %% %% k:%%%

IpocM' ttontlon t* Mol,*. U t* II for inonwor ".1_
41 Pirmi ft Acroogt norvouo ond poiltlon 01''mi Joctoon-o MMllMorton.
41 Colored Property. lolMKINTALS IAIV WAV omvma I oltforly ICHOOL.k. Fold ._,IOft end otto I Ir
llolo *f Flo. VMOtlRooutytn or frln. .o bonolllo wnon ojulllhod. I II
CilIa morrlod' mtn tot
Kill 'N KU. "AUTY sALON lIsa oinploymont ...,. ItortlntKlirlM '
..-, Colored' Property. Route I Rudgot for oorloncod ...,...
*wort guoioniiod'orm. onl monogwo IN 0 wook. on.* len
44 Celt.... Ian Rent u u* IMnvoot sits mU o,_cod rilanNInt till MMTJodnwi'o

41 Fontlehed, Apt*. .. Unlv. Av*. in-llU Cinst M'. ,.,_
41 Unfurnlint Apt.. Odin I-sIte' .by .oat. Mlnolt' M....*,. 1235
NO UIN A... In poroon.TRACTOR .
47 HMIMI for Rent Funk 5 TRAVIL INFORMATION 511iANPnrmrSttart r i iI

41 HUM tor Rent Untvrn. iI
Rent SIDE winlod' by young Win lo Of Co.
4 I Room for MOtes 'QUII' I
1 londo lituMov, 0... lilt, ortir1pm
IG Mob'le' Herr's ,. tunSPICIAL. WI 3. 5411 If

II MIK. RontiltflA ||- .. Mole in '_ol.
Wonted T. last I NOTICES _

II Roorder Wonted. LOll WEICHT Mloiy" nIP .... I 5XPSlliP4L5D shy Ct.'siPsif c ; + -
M Offlc Dot Ipic Dox-A-Diot TobloliMly ssblned' SW 157Appty

14 Rvilnwi SerIals. n _.. C._. 0",,,.1
NW I3St.
315 'e SHOP HERE
COMR to sane mill I* ml. 14-Sol.. Sale W."...
IPKllI' tervle ot J. M. riomi' '111'. NW urdRlvd. !
U Holes Imprsnsmast$ Our tool Ill? ....''coI. potent!*! "
14 Roll" ft TV oorvlc Commtlioo t* Multlpl of lIt Ltatlngo OunoivllloRoord lrvk > ..'..... "Miter| _fIllY will add I GiftT"'- j "

U ApoiiMc ft PiIPdPPWANTAD ol Roolton.' Rool. RMotoRrokoro tour men following. toot Woo I ii ,' Gift E )
arid Agonto All Hillngof Its ond ...'_., .Interview I I Gilt for Gift, I forGirts' ; I
my proporty it lid NW 33a4 Salary own. Married mo* acne [ Mom Dad '
4- Tfit Horn
RATES lint, Ooinoivlllo.. PlorUo Ira U-a er&s'iM.t bo hitl or lor Son -
horotiy concolM. .....,1.. 1IIt_ Kneel. .'__ Con' _..... PItS A LSTtts PSINCIISSbc.I1n5

PH. 37M41I bet I. ItM.Horry. PS .n" p51455 et' SI
H. inulroo' Hilp Mow lltrtmal II'S yells Mltoholl IM nl. vt prlc*. llrownorry pfho. II* '=": 10 ....
forClOIIifi.cI tU.W rkWiit1 FomoUMATUHI K A ClIrIstInas lIpliansI li-We -. M ned Vi ru, VM CAM afford t* moM you* loknlod Call ...I. C,__ Tt-14l
I lOp S.Horl. Child Crg"VIvoT HANDYMAN PS .11I, TIes RAdII 500I. FREE 04KO ChriimiM pwoKil SItu* STUDIO RIRL M your horn.
OnlyDEADLINES sian II uro ro.eftlll' KI ties Cts.ciSncIlan, .5 U",.. dna cit Il-N II.CHICI ass sill big own bono fjiMr*.
(1Mi4iShia' and dO ltqM' liiitesc.nSI. ....-...--...... ( WIled (15115 mont Oorlnot, coronot tronv
CHilD in lntarrlcrrs.nrnnun. '''
IJI.., ens. Littlesiesh'it' ,stPi lie iali UiarV plus .lIed UNIV..L' MUD'lAD O'B ................-............. BIG 20" COLORFUL bon S olmdO'_krond OoWltftrown H I Gild I
.. Ptstii PS M wnoioMi prlco. far
and -
i-len. For m* gilt' H* vouid opprocioi'
Fully Mtomotl" vim bullMit but- SWISIC or PO. Ro fit
FR 4-ml, NcR B _. Pius,, _''''" ,.... A gilt oflncoto.rMTo FIBER GLASS cItyI -
.., ,..*.. thru Prl. papers 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED or Mt c Km oflleo _.. H. 1101 Sesulat, ShIn. anti WiMftTI
o,,l ...... On bewr publl.COtIM oiwmondWANTRO H .." .. ((111 W. Unlv. Ant FR ."71. WREATHPITTSBURGH I
WANao Irpetisruited PS SistICOMPA5ION A oowlng mocnm to thrill PdCttnhImae ................--........ ci5jorGirts Are her Cnrletmo grioml moot.c j

..... for oil oNtn.Lorryo, .._ CanuaSleenlis mennM and .t. A NiW. CHAIR Will Penatteas If asp sure >l ail A elIte .eon ItlI.
Far ads. is 55 II patsa- RMlourontim true *t R. OoWitt ...'. wnole.CHRIITMAt
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'has ...... .... W. Un... Av* III Mo paRents. 555 h.eMcei sIre wmvk. stands loll pninse. (ill "UII' II smite
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Far Ml. t* to k Moo. poper1 a'.l<' for gonorol' ....-. *wn B bonlnd OOIMNotlonol lowing Mocnln" C. "",. 474 MM" im Tor.Mt .........._.............-t
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pm. *.,, setS nyOni 11'" Ill, W. Only Ate r mlRoinnoMtmrixtTtigmioMiK 10 lIeN *v) ITRRITITO IPRCIAL'
*ol 4 HMI) fond ot ell".,.... .. or_.. r* PLATE GLASS CO. TWIN .0
........ ton oiucinot. Writ MI. Cromwoii. '- KMWIN' RKRRAIIIRR NOW WNTII. CMRHTMAIPIIIR j
Mro. W. .......... ISM* RillRroodvK FR 6-0352. r, A RHUtlful, Clip of ,lompo. RorlyAmrtcn IM N, moM |7-IHr.CNRIITMAt 'O! e..III..A' t If 0.
*. Drlvo Morttrlilond WANTIO .Hor_ seN uS? Modorn Pronoll Pr*. forgrcznddad . 1751101 'nCLI 554ImPMl 171117$ CVCLI ,Hftfl
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.ti's CLeANiNG WOMAN" ..... Doc. FR 60352. itnm Sell Is ... H.IMITH IPICIALI' .....-....--.......... ..........._..........'.
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ONRIMRALU CLOTH situ mills IcslS.n Sill
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allen I M PM.IOOti(11P15. '. Pent-ani. S dayl aianidi Itl 'W 1" A... PS .5311 wno mod ROOT .,'" 5 SIll tantioWa's li-en
4 uitsi1t.ns ..._....1111..Im* 8 Matte C. OMVMKOO t Now ouoKm Oy
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'" CII.$05N55. JJ .T Manna OK tn* dtriooorioo M C*. will py tno .kitoroot on 5 I .
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named i twmbor *t knortl***. COCKTAIL WAITRESS _5 ii. asHSth.euad si.scctS.5.j5sf'rr5PW. K JIM Moro tovlngo. M' nmonm
Ovor II. MeW b) ponooi t* ThinlyOotor. SI' tor las _'1. Ao Ntiw oottpor
*>1 NW 11Io Sn. Mm down lot PymonfCAIDLIY GIFT IISTJ

0I Wanted .all 1. -. and sans is. IS tc"*.*J > IieSavdiiiWCWYttD Gill lorChristmas .

Point a lid Seby is NatsiaSi Molia. COLLIGFISM. I Snath MUSIC CO.
lorn M I hiss rdlnr" trM| neics end Apply liiI 5d2lMF52 IST4Ti StAnd tow N, MOM PI tMIOpon
N. .... ._ g to IW citnofmo

12 point I U 104... N.Ip. Wiid MOW POOMIOI4.. >"CLAIM d *t ;tlOINNINOJo .. P until InSt -... LOOK ALIKE PAJAMAS .................-..... A. ,IM .IIW" fhll.t" t", Itsoes 'M". yosa'UU.

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ROUTE TRUCK iSs PARK 1 or wndy:* wcpooRoy ,.. Piall NIrI -- I .. the .....4' fines ..,.., f. ..., OWSIk .,

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55.57 Ung Wcia I a.5.nd Exam Fruit" otW Paurvl CdkM IEU.lIN0SI1IfC nmiliomi Mw .u oMtWwmnr

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erNie. a'd Ni ansaseh ... COli'" MW gnt Ro ovfo too 4Ivor .1
24 Point 'T'-
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Stat N saslit moo ash M*. RVn NId tss'5 V KK GIFTS Of ELEGANCE iww *..
TIll Saiiamtss Iss vii sat MaieeamPshs .. is Sa5s MO. Con.OMtco. ass 1.55 ir1 en aScaml.uIe Pan Pame.q Mitlam T. 0M r Ron II A. M. f P. M ..........aa....... C0U11111ius is

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Mae use b loggRu atIC.Iasaes. *H I TA1Ltor 5 ShIn Itt PS i5, CMo4 $____ _ _ ,
tea raise NinII. 21 UrdotMR Gilt. ...
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I Clean out the Cloieri & Utility Roomi Now-Pick up extra cash Person to peraon edf ere for non commercIal ui.n telling nurchendiie priced

-"- $3 ot $100 or 'leu with the tilling price tteted in thood, No additional cettt for odi that require the full 10 days No refunds for ods that

1 10 CAYS 4 USES bring quicker action.

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

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lao Sol. 15 Home for S.I. I IS Hou_ IM SeUFINLEY 15 Homea for Set. I IS H..... tar SoleSPACIOUS JS Haunt for Sale I) HMIM Sir Ul.I .
15 Hiss.. h, Sal. IS HOUMI
I 5YOWbEO355Iballtotnnbairn anlRiMENT IPIC'A' ConFirm' PlOW 3 55. a b.i5Claniai'EImal ... I I aR"Tjnr"cT"" orm. lorge 050 I frim* wllh eibulol irtlng,|
IUY NOW "NO WOIK OUT TH' TIM UP PAYMEMTT BR. SELL.. AT COST aliIt.5 P1.05 .. data table convonlently I touted I ...... "boat. .1..11111I1... 1210100. I............ lot many latmat.saw lining in N x 111 tot.fwtt .
1705 .
THE TIME DOWN F AYMINTnow I baSs Iwml It JtO .NI Lanai mw .11 Home In MilorOMrdom. $17 53 irIS.: las St :" IIlOll. room, Mpergte dining' room Will ....1_ lro"" OPal at mi: N' tm at Ciii i7i- itrit, III..... Iron, oiKfloori
MN bamn in u.vIy' w..d.d MW Tor. CI... "J"1. .d IMP.' ml I ot .OtnIsS. II. 3'71-.7. tenon porch, cloud gerogo, II- lstday U i' by aniololmail.3W Uu 5. I. .. ". PatIo'. .., HIM bath I..... IK raortabnmatlialo
under cenitruction.: Threeend pine c.ntor 37i o"ir I. 441!. Imutlful woodod tell toMil. marring errinood., Coll Altering NW ISiS Woo. Mcolnliy, Cal.Oruc0so .,"yyrwb.tda. .ltor A occuptncy, UM dooMand
four bedroom one end two SCHOOL. 1 n. I b.I will negation .rl IS NOW. bithi. Including brick front ce- NIAll Hama u. dais .vm"l tilt ib round my time J71IU4 or 171 t, Imlttl Rotltor NIvVBIKRY IR CCI Homo A... end phono. F II 4-717k
IMpala, in wntwood lititn. ,. PP ea7I. 4.11. PHI lninced I tor..lO., owner M one orAnothir
H I ( : W.t. to tchooJi, All city Mrvicn. .V MOELLER, REALTOR Sladmnwrs-Slatlsbama' 51,305 .. "srI',. of t50I down anIt0rnnlrrflly BLACKACRES I
lie et N.W. 31th Drive' end N. W. MARY '11 ....'1 PARRISHPRESENTS tmullnil groundiIwerelg FREDARNOLD You aught In HI Will ,.". 4 IK. 371-lao.
: Do You Hove llth Fleet. Call 171-fMI dilly erIMMI 7010 W. Urns AP. dining roomCanSrai both ....... M ,..... PerkiMtrtihil H Cleon 1 bedroom 1 batS "Horn wIts"
) nlgnti.IY TAKI PPAYM1NTSOM3I.1 Fomlly room I ImHcmd: HI boors< boeotltul Myrlck grlglnol Hardwood floor*. 11000 down 'kit*
A IVl both home In Pine HiraM. Hut Lavily nHohborhood. Ovir BOO mMr. comtruetlon hi Wlmbortylit.iot. doting Coal Hid droooll IIBKIDOvyiV
: :. Room OWNER booulllul home for Owmr InniiirridClll J725JM REALTOR' Iq. Ft. living' ir... Priced la lei Add your dgcoriiofilovch m. 11I<1. talil ....,..... .
.I. In NW Mellon, I Mocki from J7H5BI. Gladys Smith Realtor to lila 'home by chenlne
: Myre Terwllllger Khool. Mult beMM INVHTMINT FROFtRTYLet ", k.. CHI J7WJM for Appt.FURNISHED your color, .. now Cal CONSTRUCTION171.H4
Apartment or te be .wrecliiid. Call PR MAR GAl -J 55. Tile bllh J Vir PlEAS UNIVfRSITY LovebrlcK mi VV Unlvenlly Asa rent from ito ., theie I bedroom Lloyd Myrlck, bulloer 5113415.COMPARE. or 37M04J
IR, PR irMa inn* bar d I aR I bethi. ocr_ porch cm,
sMao.WISTW000 ,.11.. HAM A homo, lorg. living. roomWMrttt nemra troll" pay tor grot- A .....11! down poymont will......
: House to Rent? In Kit F icod dining room, I bodroomi .. hoif, built InniverMingo, In future buiinon' lcotloni. .
aria, new I aR I I If IIIIIdV = arty I ID I bet
Into hi moat
in HIM el, air TV .. you
oho HP. conditioner .
I boSOM end nice Florida w. one prkid itHO
barb Colonlel., Control A-C triet .. Til 37mi
I MIL iou NW Hit A. noir echoolt, lisa down, I lei I ce tiomi In convenient NI toct111 -
m. A Ittidy whlc A end _thor et 111,750.
: OM et 1211 NW Jilt 0,. lios "pirme In.1067. : ., .. soo I I.. CompMtoly for nlHiedFrlCOd !
: REMEMBER- I low down piymtnt. 171U7iIUILT or tutoiy, grtvitt, touted ... I lam then lila mo. pool mtmteviilibie Call uo for gppolntmint, .
., a,.,...... I aR, doubii airim, >">' 1.1, woodid tot, wilkhifl' cintrll hill kllchin" turn., Unlvtrilly of "lor loo.LAR6 I Ill, It. FR 1JJM. PHONe 171->>" LOW COST
A rtnwl vacancy IN KITCHEN con, hurt .....,...V. Jill IW Itth It. Phono4HI7M ASS YOU TO OCAU tor epoolntmmt .. HO lOll 1 tdroom -
a III. \Vi b.thi. MM for IIMequity FAMILY, luit the homl MOVING homo willS nordwood flmrion II you maid ninthly p i y mint HOME VALUES
Nice llama In Ocala '1. a M
loll thin FMA down ._'t.ID..loIv. tfww you
"peymmt bMroom 1 both failS roomchlldreni Itmnuotd tot
:::; COSTS YOU MORE er will I..... tilt NI tthat I aR, I batS itudy doubio u.. pleyroom, tlnploce 1ft I I biitii. noir J,. mine, .I*. Frkod booutltully.1 II1.IM wIllS 1400 down mil nlci | IR, I turn home In BEFORE YOU BUY
17I-IM5. Will onildtr IrKM port Urn room., built-In kllchin .eiiutlrully mentiry. Khooll end Miopolng CM.tor end H3H oar month '. ojutllliMRIDUCCD NW. Only 12)0 down 'IIA.
:::--. than the ad'that for tar, noun treiitr er etc c..,. hut, ,.ton".c 11..101-i itr2Slnt IroN On lirgo ImdKipod. lot Will PItA bafam.
I .... .120 li rats 1.1 for Similar home nOelnnvllli
frau dn
a is. t b"lh' hilly Tor .ud Roalmon. FR I. HELOSI PROUD TO FRIStNT Price ...." from UNIVERSITYREALTY SAVE!!
: : =M. IIS,OM to IIIOM ciil
= I McKlnmy
will rent ItlHero's room bAilS CMhHt lilting I Story homo In preitlgimlohMihood Now WIll ever l If 00 .... ft. Sip.
aR I kit I OroM .lIor.. 37J-J4I7.
.. A-C 111.too 1700i. to Khool. I Acre lot Four bad. ,,, r.le dlnlne, room Ftorldi room
-' Ill ..... Mil si Nth Tir homo M lirg. 100.141 tot wit room, IVi both I.,.. living non wll Cintrol. hut mil
Iud lIobl..... PR 1.If..U. l .. I.... I. NW MO wllh llriploce end iipirite din. YOU ASKED flrpplKt.
I ::: whet your Z.VrlcJ' MMO Ph"n 2n..7.M.1 Ira room, both hne will to weciroetlng oar larom.I .:..=,: -.u-r: till N Mail It f>h I71-4H BUY YOUR NEW HOME
lopiroie itudy glut FOR IT! Dial 3-3530 lOWS W. M. Munmat. 1I..lter
:: vacancy COSTS livily Florlde room wills fire 6. Aim 5. I. McLlvghlln, Fronkfloby BEFORE DECEMBER 31
.. : G GR1iDUPENIN JWK ,..... TIll I. home ll one yet $65 MO. 1 ACRi LOT Hoy McConn, T. C. Bono-
ehovld' HO If you ere totting In OH Newbirrv lloocI-A.prolCo I... J.. AND SAVE
; ::: : I: 372-8404 en executive typo homo.IXCI.LI.INT 2& 3 BEDROOMS a miite gut 12,000. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

7 7 until It It' rented: NW LOCATION for only 11790000 northoiit locitlonfhll a G...... t ClrpgrtlPl.itirxJ ARNOLDRBALTr
f t bedroom., limping, pore .
tOtal ;
the willlFormlci '
end brorooml Includel(muter It wire lergel) ....... priced to nil wIltS m cohlnitg COMPANY EP A'eaIIZvtIrricNt! "'"" """"' "'_' ADVAMCBAPPOINTMINT
l II! RENTi YOUR LOSS two ....h.. wnlrll full, purqul down piyment end ImmMlne occupincy. Built-in kitcr ntTurin Multiple Lilting Member ONLY
= tilt W. Univ. A... :V1-3J21
Florldl room built 'Inkltchm .
(loon noorgVMttlM Th. tsIlnwIrqa .It rInd tar Ay.g .
Auocletoi Jim Cildwtll' C9. J3T ( Univ.
: IS: PER DAY IS: douole'end cirport many ..1Mmttrl.t5i SLACK ACRII. TrMltlonil I bid 0 All l.ttI ,, Jim Shiooerd aob Kilkmen _III..,. Limo .....""' .bl. 110m. lor
City tmtlMaid '
SATURDAY,10A.M. tntt you will Ilk.. room t both heine with llvini" F. W. Hodge Jimmy Orion .11..W ''''''''11'I I...... limlly. 4 IK, 4
H 1
en thli room dining .room ftmHy wiia Welter Itoddird. 5 laIrs u* > living mom, fimlly
\III: tot per mo.IM .. tui per diy Til Dark Lit i gal togtmir room with flrnpiic.' lovilmomrn A now 3 btdroom 2 bath <72< SW. ISih Way room, pirlor tflnlnf moni.kltchin .
,... thin art tulll In kllc""' '. CentreDiet. $1U50-$12,550 8th 55.
I ..... .. tlM day MOST ettrecllve and I hOme 3815 NW. ".u.'" Club Iitgtiil dlnalli' oced pon-Il
ptr fir goo M TOtal budroomi, two bethl., New Brick Hornet /vg. 3 Block from Elimcntiry 4 IK It b.thi, ..... Fllmt. I. bgthi down, complitny -

I I ::: ... -UJ pir ..... ,. H.M ,., day SEE 10EXCITING NW Florldl pitio,flreplice Occupencvettir well.ed NIW ram LISTINO.. | bith Alias wiiriliy mw hair I bad,l. $100 CASH VA IRStephe School and J and am.gddltlonol.. many gntir.talnmint hM-. built In .1 condltlomd, HI'

: : .... ..., "'.. .. ..00 pay diy M dayS ay eppolnlmentIITTLIWOOD end alt, conditioned home 01l PSOM$39SCASH FattarHeight. Blocki? from Junior High. ..."' .... Vary gxeluilvoHclkm. opportunity for nl.. roominjnouig
: rgi log lOS lot ,In Wlmberl FHA I70M ... gnd lit toed hvgitmint" for

-" Ul ,., ..... .. ..11 ,., MyMM 1964 tow Until one direct, wllh'from.ponlbleviry ewnor 1..1... lull In kitchen uniti. I t 4 bod_.. ...",-'" KJtch.on I W. build for discrimlnit. par mmlh (Will dl....... ....1.... proeorty, lot lopronlmitily -
Ili W-oXoni
g r fInancial' arrir o> 130 *
MODEL for levoa bidrooml two beths* INfXFINIIVf. Two bedroom horn ; gqulpment, con pIlaf VA no 'Ing pgopl. who pprgcloU .
I7' pir me. pir. d.yW ,., HUGH mintil _.. .." pwc.nsary 11mM.
..:: 'a lero* living room eek flat I In eooo condition. stand SAIl I IIdiel down ,.,m"" FHA from Will sound conitruction and
HOMES eel piiount porch, ttoonn- $ tor home builmii.UNIVIPJSITY __ doling ......
: : 171 lilt ..... ,. W per. diy tile. Comlortibll. ... AvllltbleCRiaKSIDa EDWARDS, good planning. MOO N.W. hIP H.I .. Pawolmal.-. .11..."......
or. .d. nary NIW Cepltel lulMen. In.
I : IM pw "'.. ,<. .... (sir diy BUILT BY nice mnonry home evellible now tide mlrlcted tubdlviilon, olcr. INC. NW Ills Fiict 4 fiN ItreelOPIM W. built III.. 1 b...... SIOl .... IIn
apicloui, roomi throughout, "lmmicuiitg > St.. ,...., .,...... Inlld N.E. I StI's Street at MOUII DAILy I thli on* and w. >gr month, *
I : III pir. ..... .. .H per CiyDM condition, three ...... 101. tJfso co"or' 142141. O.AalItaclv cm I7I-tIII er arema.PLANNING Ors proud of It' Pinil.a
NGAMfRI roomi two bithi, beeutitultiordwood limit. ISSUe HO CITY TM N.E. 28th Ant NorwoodHope
: tit pay. ..... .. pir. diy floor Out of town 55 376-7971 family room upirit dinIng 7ISN.W.J't"St.
will contlder, rItrmt room living' room
aMa" ye I ,
: "I ,., "'.. .. "'.!' pir diy M0M.PARRISH WILL ACCEPT ANY REASONAILIotiir. I 'Urg. .ntroncg fnygr, iod- I '".. t baths woo .... 1117
L..vlrto town Chrlitmii. Iso por mOIl"" .
: : HO. ptr. mo. Hit pir. diy J.W. Fl. rtn, built.In-klt. end I did and landscaped yird-
A whit tirrlizo 1100',. Ml gt im: III Ie 150 foot lot.
: ; CALL 378-Mil RieltorIt "H" Inc.1
".,. M.I I.... Irene aunmll Wiyni Hill Hum OnhimCirolyn FIREPLACE HOMEAll chnc, let til guarinte. ,115: W. Trod Homes
HUAESVILiGE Opt A. W. ISlES, USN, Ret Pociiy Nary PirrlihN brick .
wtirlor milan
: SUN RENTAL Ltvlt Klrklind sin ttrltHh 1 1. Flnt II. Til. 178-S37 hum flrgplicg pinglodlimlly FOR QUALITY PLUS your eemplet. iitisfoctlon or PropertyALL

lisA NW :Silk Tor. *M 27 por mot OCALA Mock a 55. t Mth 'l''' room built.In Ii.. LIT US GIVI YOU with central I air conditioning "Ii
: WANT ADS M10 down to .uolllled buyer with _....'" colling, gmtied' dining chin with bmkfiit bar and heating and hord- OUR HOMI9 ARIOF
.. FHA finenclng teller piy ctoIng 4 famIly room wllft 11,0stair. Igvlinly iMtdK.pxl. cgntrg) AN ISTIMATI OH wood floori I equipped "bill, 5Sht' >IN FO* YOU TO l$.
coil 4 *R. I bath t cir. ,,,. fpn-aa.l5 bock yamiba.llIAl hntlna A air" conditioning ( JOY KF.IN* ANVTIMf IP
port., CC.. Call 171.411 for .p",. kltch. 3Th.K* I, 1* "to, dudono "...1. Choirs YOUR NIW HOMIMAURICE kitchen .nd cuitom built YOU WILL JUIT CALL.
: 15 Heuno for Sill Seal.HUGUIan.iiy. NW. irig. Ixcgllont cabinet' .
THRU bedroom, montH ,..... IoatiObCaI ....... '.. M......, .f H.m. lulWin 1113 .... its ITIII.TAouclltill.

: WILL .II I.' .'ii !?aAapDi 1 toceied en lorge bor_earner. 04atnir.rW letto 'o. Monad bock turd cotta lot, cut, S. JACK DE YOT FR a-noi or PR t-ntt

..I". .nd ...iiy uti down a axCCa "hootl PItA ...IIO, air com, pool, mwn.dripiry ...1.'.,... IrokirAioe .f faliinvlll.
1 Ucitlon mon, ,..... Milt- to i
eicillenl :" 7:1'","M"y'DUPLEX bnnnlrl5. fovn
rAunic oua
a.1,. fuiurn clll J7WI47 endwo ] chine lblmtt, It r? If <\ ATWATER'HOHII7I.1660 et Jill M 7th Tirrete, GRN.Priced [[ per mo ISOOMi lIt.1.7., auhen Ray Ellis Carlo Stong
ONLY I MIN. I ly owner, a I*, I kill Poe SACS IV OWNS" a ,". 1 17J-25I1
in | A "'. Hotrig i itivi. Fur.ChlM cca basally .lltultld block 172.7070 Everything is
fltt III; .DM, 8)03.15 me. liooo DOWN will buy SItu. attree.tlve from J. J. Flnley' Khool et Mil US N.W I ltd St.MeCOY'S .
run dn, I'i nr cent' Intimt.IM at $15,300up. I bedroom mitenry duom NW 7th Fl. Many nice tetturel CAINISVILII' NEW
n am IW 13rd '1. on wu- with monthly ,Income .. ella Flnpioce, _. .I.... aim conditioner I. andTROUBLEFREE
SlaIn" Cd.5. Coulee ewnir gohiKt We guaranteeyou CALL Ul POE DITAI end .Ih..... Reiionibly I > 4 5Mm.... M".'. I.. PRfSTIGIBUILDIK NEW
Mutual 44-fU4. priced. Clll 37H77I for eppl SHAOOWLAWNISTATIS I
will be In ... .
1 bedroom "
your 1700 DOWN .IV ivt buy HAPPINISa A ITRI1CM My
: AT LAST both, spilt Anal. miunry homtlocitid I IrtoastI In e U. .. ateel
11Y DIMANOl new home by In the NW Itciion-ONLV<< built i In SIrS eree by H..I ,. 0. OLIVER MACOMAHOMESJNC.
: CHRISTMASDIRECTIONS .u._ ALACHUA MOwri INC.FUene 05P15y413Indinidnat -

Hugh ...r.... lnc. has ntumfd 174-tU. ItylOT For You
to Norttwwt Olliwvllfd, Nf AT a bedroom banal en tirgi MIdaS Mnra Osatitna .nlnv ...... Will ptwinod living. graogOoillly in a brand new home.
well IwidKiped fot (tilt ]V| mllMfrom MODELSNow ,
from 1 '.Ift. I fM. Ml N.
.Y:.. motM-lil' I womb..linLttity -
=" Golneivllle.' OWNIR MILL .
All Irlilt fwntt W. II PI. THE I

Dill plllllf' Wllll Drive West on FINANCIIHOMi Come.bodrI, Oat ballS with, fully ell tlr ether saint I vou wooid be 'JEFFERSON"Cttgrmlngly Move Now Before

0* fiMriFormlcl 1 ON tAOS 4 bedroom, Irnlr,... "YOU LL auV IT IVtHY proud to Ins InDI. Open , NW 15th St. 3 baSIl eanranHar.ry' llttta anI.bI TIM anlg india. I1I./7I en .. on NW. Oath. I tolonlil, ouhldo, I Itill.
I..a; nurnida oily: IhmIli-CI. your let. Avo. pail WI Olm Iprlni, InKrHctim. homo l I. niiod with con.vinloncoi .
Air ..11II111..1.. to 30th Ave. DUCIO TO 111,001.LAROC IM Hon on ,lift.FR for g-rgclgui canton the HolidaysALL
Il"m! Sii.O1i Northwest .
parIty living Notlcg thg will
I and 4 introm MdiIS$100CASHVA I ttery 4 bedroom home Inencellent LASSITERREALTY .. .Infed work orgg with

N( IKtlon, OWNIR "Mundry kltchon. and "pantry

YOUNG G MUST'is'' SILLS MAKI Ul AN OF- Estates .to,.... handy Thin It wo xrvkl on.trince. CITY SERVICES

FROM NEW in throe bad'ro.trs
with ...1'1...,.. clout
: .$750 CASH FHA. FOUR aiDDOOMI I bittii iwor iKllltin P.IUI "hn lull Iliad
.".....,.n M midas homo ivory John Merrill J. 1. Flnlw' Cmtr.1 Hut Nice MODELS Cu...... .ulM riemtg Pea bottii inol g MMntg droningroi FERN WOOD MANOR

diy tl .. n.W AMRICA[ yird. Ill,fN with 1701 town. Ifflctgel' In lisa muter lulto. II ,
> irs .,.. kulldlnt on onutltulloto Realtor Men 0,.* hag formil living room with
W M Wditnwrlind.HUGH, Multiple Liltingfhono TWO.)Mju MOROOMI.t floori. Northwnt CCa wltfl Only eokp Doily fOViii. -' It.utlfully ....... .tori e MDirito dining room "plus glimlly i $12,250 up

FR 1-14. 1)5 Down k L... mm IM pormo. ... G,..* mm wlh g flroolK.I
AiMcletniMercolle Incl taN t Ing. If yog AH City eonv.nlinceg and buutlMI ckerry _II...
Perdl 'I The, "L* Islam M lIla Mull
move In taton Jn a clelmltu CelonM are nntomporiryitymi
EDWARDS OMS[ W. H. RuckhenninOpen Homoitiid liomptlon.ATTRACTIVI SnOt and giKk. N. ."...-'. will II. lltKHM two COT !. I I $400 DOWN FHA

: All Day SaturdayYOU I _...... I bitM.Pomlty ttt end nir will NOTHING DOWN VA
MULTI CIVIL Ilit : mim g dilightful plans M
.. I
tot-oft'iiiii _
INC. .AvI""i
: CAN a bith tame In NorthwMll .. II... $100 Closing Cost
end oer* Siilbna.l Wee
I (R, I both home centril .t. All ally oenimleiKig
W7 NW J9TH DR. 372.7070 bulll m kitchen" cirporl end OHJ.. (g limlly room tbulllt kee.loeutHolly. liany Iaoilnd 00 ) *..1 t NW Pits PI.Thg .
Cmlr.l twit "roof .
'm kitchen
: 376-7971 itoiege erei. Cill :37.4''a. "I.sno with oKillwit tlnenclne, lmKgpeelomoirtny two wit lImbs ii N.10.11511 II N."' 11"

Thll comtortgblgKomi NotlH'p'rs.ri afreet MN RANCHO GRANDE

hituno big lot, finc.., 'm .. lOtb Aramie Tm 1 bodr.omo, I bothi' ghidv, WALK TO SCHOOLS
r 0' &IR. ATt bock yird large IR DR comb.thr ,. right. WALTER STUBBSInc. 'omllv .. .. llnltrg _. dl"
.i aIM SlIM bod....... big T....bial nmtronG Ing room, M'k ,.,_ floor,
_: 'AT LtISJf.LW1I pore*. JUIT tug down I Oil pirme. ...... Includod. _
A\.I'IOS I .TI"I'' Co 'ildor.. |nc|1. .i,,., 4 Ins to quell Dew. MaMa 10% 4 BR, Brick Front Colonial. Now finlihlnj.rrice. .

: ACROSS. t t 0 \. M CO. fAIIDJalom 3765394"We G2t HW 17t1t 'L $15,825 $625 Down
i 1.Fell lowtt S3.Sallon & 0 a. I) Into thll" llm..t now I IR 5bars FLANNINO TO HJIID"
: Bewitch iling ....... 10 time tor the Hell' trade houI.."
12. Peaahapednutt*- SJ.Cirdm \. U, PItIh1IlJII'YIH dill 4 live the HomoitoodiHomptiMi ( I .1 Lot ui awe' you on ...11.I DIRECTIONS Drive Wilt on 16th Ave. Turn
ir '" A 1.. A \. S C tar ttol Feituroi mote
flower .- U Santa LR MMrote 01, Fimlly"MMn" I on contracting your Left en 38th St. er 39th Terrace.

: IS.water an* S7. orteJ I. T .. 0 L '" 'lain with c5arolul ft..le. 510' -.-.- new custom hom..

S genui E. Ind. tout .t.TMlt. ,: c .. T ov kitchen... dlmwMKer with bulll, Cmvn Mburmrt a.ln.ivlllg-0, gewei* .... asoat Call Gerald or V.Q. McCoy

ir 14. High 39. Grampua 1'.1\' ICIAAIVILlNllflhI Hat 4 Air I conditwmte. .ig Im.rlwg ...rtm.** baIIdba5 .. Day FH 6-7290 Butler BrothersBUILDERS
Nile fR
in gerigo. A Im 6-501 or
: IS.XrgeJ. 41.Rdgtus ;1141..14 \. '" t A T I. thin 111000 land worth till LAKESHORETOWERS 6-6502
17.Cougar ComrnuftlS MAIlS AN OFPBR 4 h... your 11
0 19. Knowing* 42. Vue I:. DOT t s lulu ronewod, In Unto CleutlPHONI OffIce LOMM et DAILY 17J-J54J NIGHT JTC-V04I
N. Win ItrNt MO) Th. .,...
: 20.EeiL.: 44. IDd.SOLVnON Of YISTHDAY'S PUZZll :
21.Parplu.I&y -
0 *
ir S3.P mcltofnMtttoa 46 Ai written; DOWN 6.MurethLs. 378-1521 NOW LEASING

: muilc 1. ChiI lAd Uitit MyrOl l..llor. R..itarHi. A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTFor
'3.Pa..toldai 4 ..H.ugltJ.a 7. I. 111111 Hartias AaeaclalsIf
ir mouth II. ren'I '. Branch faofleMnlng ...11.. ASanlalsISa
Bl.Pro.hWl.Baahuii! I ou. S 5. 1.1 I'.

ir: SD.KOUU 3.ayinbol Tanl lwa 9. CIIautSI. McKINNEY the Entire Family-A New Home By

: .Comltdt. 115."dI.i 10. Doctrinal GREEN

of either 53.Chirgra TwtIJalit IL.HOkOI



H r ,t S 1 rh; 4 1 1: ,: II II It. Squara tail NORTHWEST

/ 32.: Implora rot,. a R. I .SalOn bar Kheol
iT '1. 24. faucet "*,,il .. will CII""pit Sum" HiMOTERN (
: 20. lever St.Uan iqulon.anl. iaad lb03a51n5 FULL SIZE 3 BEDROOM HOMES READY
.. 11.._.... 1Mai5 ...'".
: ii '1 27. Prod. Mad .. ,Ia ...... wan -

28. dce-d MuSt Ia .ini to Ii _at.Nt TO OCCUPY with QUALITY K&P FEATURES
E 1P I : "; ii same (III far aiasoiltaana P1 IWI1.

SO. I daS4. HOME LUXURY FUTURES INCLUDItSwlmimtif Built-in Tuppon Kitchens Priced frem
: It II JJ
o .Baked "M a R I baSIl Herdweielr Sioreend. town
s11n. re* e
Cir tyfe
'' lj. : ,. 7r ma ..., CIty -. PaIr I Aero ef PIaaii l G'ee.d. e Mee Central Natural Gas Heat $7934CIntroIAirCondtjonng
: 35.flanul en. Henn CIII FR t-MI1.: Contigl Air Ce e. e le.ndry Fee4IiIMI

: u i Jf ii 1' ddeuditde J I ). riNlEY Str.i. Leekerge e C DM* Ckut.e ; (Optional)

SI. Sail. M MMl Santa ... Sam.lainH Pan.d Fg>l'.t Areeg L.gbtad Ssdsror.lhiI
l' -4 iJ .. ; err. Ma tails Ill Oil I EIamamaE'PHONE FHA Includes
: : Eicluiive Swim
4 I R. I 01*. Fie. rm.. CoMroliMIly Club Text flr Im.
40. Study .
.... ..._ .<*IM I
: .. r "4T is A 4J..No anr41.Ck MoOt .< toe eciwd F'evo.tlrMit 376.4456

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Cat 'HA
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iou oHianI
: .ffir :h r6 50.Y.1.o *)rg yw v.a...,. Cut M >*'". [ 43f6 S.W.1l1tI ST.-U.I. MWT. 441

:. aM-iJj- -.l... AD-al..Maabias- -la 56a1l1li I Pn d ASSOCIATES*r J_ 1- Butler Bros. IUILDEKS Sales Cffic.-NUJrd .J.eI. & 11th T.-372J47I

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It1M Ii* ..N II. lAM I -.. mold .....*.. 11001'S 5004. lint.i T to In UI ICICIIO ..,
2 & 3 BEDROOM HOUSES Fq 6-5516 ... j op oiymmlt ui; ... YOU SOY TRIUMPH' TO J. "... 1,41, 4001103. Pc.tI
TM Jim' Waits Ctrl hot I tCorp. I, '.M.' 10 todlM. m, .... IKOt.Aull ictllont condition Sot tl c.1 A C_,...... Al Mornrti |or,..
1 od- lot 01''. 1* 41 I IIOROOM lumnnot opl. _237 SW Intf "'<<.. PIstol SaIl NIN OlIN Woo. 211-365 In lioiwn *IO SB 4t. ...
.Il5t101.' NawbIrsy... 0140. .r", b ACt.... Boo ot III II oth PI.Phont .. 14 AUTOMOIILI RIPAIRS001N7511(55 HWY M| NtrltlHlfht 1.1.

SprIngs' ...... COIl J''", Wailer J.UXIM"TlL. PR _'1. J3 Olfic.. ..k S,... "rlnoi4M.MIIU VOLIIWAOUN..N.: WANTEDCloon
'""'''. Cktlo. Flo. ..... .... Od'L' ...."., "ndlllo' Mil
.. ...\ ."" ..., ''' C1'IId NEAR compuoi lOll .. Iwt be. : FEATHER-WEIGHT 'If IMPAl A lupor Iport 4 itMt COIl. 27).13Jt sad Coll
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Homo .bulitor "' ..' rooueInventory -. JOmaw... ..,pie, 11IOI, ICII phono Unt fir toot upiloln wIll' | Molr.wovl lit. now nmpiott wit, SOIl laId III ..r ....., ?91w'dp 0. "**'*'. COIl Rio ot J7MOI. '....Ill! da 531100". .Bob Adorns, FR .:7128.

.. quality hat... Chok ........ c.""0.01,1 "*"." ,.. for ml. .: ON, HI :-1 tnd ono owvotor, hottingn .".."," ...IL Pot. Slot V t I I. o.. HAIIII.I'OIIIUI 010.. co. ;Oll CALl lid-':wn;.l'7yo'j;;;| VOLKSWAGeN I fbOO "- I
w. locollm' out t. .. tr.lflc. .11 2-1,". : N* _" tr alt _II......... "' '''. Off only' VI tr M.N' PIe .... Notion.II 101 N MalO It. notion IOMI I ....
oy II Ie.... llrwt. ., .. Mchln, Co. .... III 272 72'' woton twnllng Honor. n* Brotlo, A cor 'but i VW
Mtvt hi now or tvor lit. "'II.. from .... ..... pon.IXCIPTIONALLV. paWing ... IviUolOo.Phtnt lowing ton. usg co>*. Colt ....,'.. toy f..hlon. In BARKLEYMOTORS
OsIOslvlIotelop1.I$4s0, Norwood H_ FR 4.MOI.FO W. Vole *10. FR I l lmonogrtm cwmwy, Posuae i 1,1
....k. AH .. / .27SJ. ovonlngi 374111.1.
moitor ont ocnomoiltol. 'OIlDYCI I NICE I BR opt.tlr $5 Automob.loi for frig US4 .", "irroodyd,
Fronting arrtngod. lAL700 ASSOCIATI' INe. ctndltloiiod. outomttlc Hoot. i"i.NTQ.. Pt. of ...k; SINGER polted DbMO 1111000PIlISbIS. WILLY IWO TPUCK tqulMwt: lor IW wlTh .tewm'l''..,.. Call' '710 I
'11"_. ". w. U.Iv. HI PCs vtllltioi. 0311 NW lilt -.. im NW Ilk It, Call., 51. 50111504' Ic 040. 001. 'W OESOTO hirdiotT;j ; : oirrcocV hunting. t Dog Bo.0k twill" ... _IIM
Se.. "..11,. Woo. Phono I'tintMoctrli t'o> or 171.itot.OP'ICI ovorctll, Viony ttr '" RIM, U7j lIe '. ck MM Out Iron _,..... lolL lot Htu ,
IJI AC.' ,.... ... .,... ttncy .",,_ 4 povmonIT ... JOIN DEEPS IULLDOIIR I
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}FORDYCEFEATURES ", n.. N. of Lola City. IdIot 600000 _,_" IP 0 C I AVAILAILl- Ik or M COI*. OOO'OO I as Intonullonol. yon truck tglll Klncolloiit "IN THI AUTO CAMt
12. 10', .... ''Ik.. te,"psAl In ....... 005. loll .....- "' ... Downtown Control hoot 4 A '"C. SowIng Mocllnt Co. Phont. V4JI4. .. COM U5N Coils Call lOll CHSVROtIT w'stsod. 50110. POOLE.CABLI] IAIKLIT1 THI NAME"
'- ..- 21 lcrse 1ft tlmbo,. lalacc, 150101 001 sohamIWod Ill SOB por ..... Coil I..."? IIN''''. MI,.... 47>.Ml 1ItM I now 11100 Uasoolla..lly" 0lo ,
. II.. reo.... pasture. .'.... Pl,CO 513 Il kltctiono, hooting 31..111I tr 171.7041 01I1 DN..... MOTORS 2201 N. Mo. St.
$400 _I Ie.. .. YmotI haust .5 $...pit.. swlmmlogI IICUP.ITV BullDlNO I AUTOMATIC W050ulnI,031 CMVRCLIil Imnol ||: CALL S7W0t lit 1-4371
, $4 020 N'It ..... I ......".. Mo' liilT.I *n7 black, from ".K. 1104 W. Unlvorllty Avo Pool Close I :MrOM WhIle with black' 'ntorlor.. V L 0'twMSIaw. DOOGI.DART
11100? vtntod wall OIlIer BUICK IKYIARK t DR
FR ..117. 00050 50111,0 .III Yonoo Ie....... From |IM BTU Ill Lik. ww. Pool, PRif -
HIS" Oros. 0140' lormonlh. Ottk tpora. Air rant;. owvlor wIlts thomwtu." ut Phont Iport (tv... V... Moo ml whitt.Bl -
UNBELIEVABLE 10140 : :'.: Rowrvt youn Pool I C.?. oft.."... oor 'in'. Jonlltorvrto .. 5-0434 or .11 4111! AT WW tint PI, II 4 H. T* CKS ,.

RES I or 4 ....'. ,.... ..." ..... fewlorao O.o.r.010,001 .,r."l..=: nor I*. Itlh Avtnut ond lIlt ..." 511. Clll FR Molt grot.DOWl si iMp>AiA v t stood.Iii ITM.' loot bIlls one .,...? ONlrM.Itm lip II hi kvo. matt 1
fcr'l 1 cl...... Con hooC. ,' be 503:. r. ': : Torr(,. 170MJ4IFFICIINCV tr PR *"!,. INO tow I UPMOilllRVChoirt H. Nt monov AIM' If It. It Cay ''It VI. llond. will, ) ttctory .......... tnt (OMPIETIAUTOWOtlK

__. .0 IM:* | ,_,... L.II. WIM" fl,.. L.kl City.I. IhOfO twIN oil RAND NEW ."1,. or itort w<,,iPUnly ......, tow M it U tor Malt. Him. C....". itMIn'., MM. Jolry ownor. Phono V IJ71. __ I
1:11 tiKO tnd bookinoivtt OvorM 1100 ... otlIVIso IU"' ''' oulpI 055. ot pollIng' IN NW 10th Pow MtlmltM' tlcku loll etood HoMlngiworlli IM.IOJI or 44 :M LINCOLN Proml, l D7IIP I .IPAIIIItoollty

.0110I'...... :. It. M OMullfW lOt X MO .aOAD.ACUI 0" NIIIIU"" .1110 *... or III ..... 375-0011 MS .1121 ... .... PIsoop P0 0. 11107) tt1VICL A" worN IuIfOOi lOll. -- -- .01,11.0. 5s.ltlro 5, 02* FOR THE CORRECT I Uttt Call
NW. lot. CHI Ftrdycoo.1M ,. Small unal1" OImsmL lit "OsI.rmailas.. 0100 I PM.IBIOtOOM 0711 Phono 174 rto 10It POlO RANCH WA000 A-S 1 1041.001 l11-mU I BUT MnTil
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01'. 100000pooling 375.wst .r 11H'". \ bIOs. .. lot a. 11MII ...,.... 5004, bIll 0.05. II I H. 1015 <50--0.: ., ; .;; TIME I ANTWHIt.1SOUTHIRH
IPICIAk .L. 17 now onglw
I trim' I br t bow ctnhoot I or 10 ACP.II ; 54 Iu.i.... Rmtl pIe "'''''. oil twnor |tjo* now. mlmi 1 .
lull.Ml .*... 1 '...... L II 01'* V. mm,. Wort AIl50iI1t Ha Ill 5?. 540 per "' .. P1100. hundiod or II.M poe doron Wollnotod. tor van cuiiiMoi;. > lOss Nun lOt "',. otNor iwtcttonrloo I
110005 ti 00 paIi. slId lena Cs?. ol City 1110115' 0. 54325.NIWLY FOl STOUt & WIUHO\JSI Borvodoro AIOIO' Nur kotton', ilorhw, FR 2. 1411 AUTO
tot III H.W. Colt F.rdyc... 100PlcadrsadO73 Hot DECORATED APTV (tk utct till John. _,NI. Rtolttr., I. .?,. ......... HI IMI.WE MUST .Mcrltlco. ItM Dodgt Out .... Prlct MW. PR 54155.$6''Powlg.o 4 Ionic

1.Iu60: t&spsssTS, lola itvaontt out ctuploo .101. I WANT TO buy .*>.to moMI ..... Ito.tow miioogo*oon Oaf mini iinonci. rtoiont 4tli ., Court.,' Of N. Mow It.
wily Is.loIn.
.... It. I ...., "NLI I boll AREAlttl 'lorgFit. A'L 575.10W. .,. n 1IIr. U"Iv. out borry MllMron tnnn tillttioa or 4tl.. COlt Now PC 511"W- 10 001 tt. :, olort rot,__now. .l,cottontiiy.... rli..ktrodolno "'Y"''' FR I..,. ft Spirit C... Univtnity Chtvrolol

room flrooltct.' A.c t C Mmony .. Unlv. PIke : .: i7 iiH.. W-- h. MimH. otUtli I A.. -
.nd otlior 15014,... DIlly I lURNISHCtl APT. FOR RENT HOI p.r Coil HKWIII$ HoyBT WILSON' EXCHANGE 051.1 .... AT .ft, AL'" .OMIO .._. Most .
12.. end ..... MnmL Call Faw40c0 WOODED lOt t mow ..I,. Air" ._111_ rol, =-? 5. F. MIUII, 111 I E. lot Itrool Phono FR *MIn I 5,044" ,.., rood-.I OIl 0".."I'0.00 saIl' 51101 Call Is Cook II '" -
M, control hooting utlHI'M' lur> 'It 10431.BlAND ---
3U.ti34.FORDYCE. i'l tcroi lot Himituoul. Ilstdod.' 000000 PR 0N023 or utia VACUUM CLIANIBI' 'It I.... PI Kappa AltnoVoluo _
Country living NEW For loll,
olllct tr see" win Door-v.-
Unlqoo' otcriilKl" tit|'lgM4. 54103. potty tl oorklng., Jl. Nw I0tAvo. KIrby Maomirl EUetrtlli t'57 PLVMOIITII J PInINsrdIcl

Corlomooay lIar,. EFFICIENCY APTU.U im fOr ..... pntno '11 WntlngnouM sod tlhor* .. "_ 0010. loIre 00.4h. Rated
lot IItL Call
I ASSOCIATtl, INC. Coil Me. Corollo." kotos MO. 131 ID WASOIN' HUM 11-1111 "ot N.Y4
Oroco "......... ...'Ie, 372033 I "M. Used Cars .
RIAL ISTATI CONSULTANTS Gladys Smith Rtoitot Mlonooy' o chonoo. 444 XU.. SMALL ......... tor ,...,. NOW YOU con mtoy oootlng withOAI. 1I03 POlO ITATOll i WWOON, IAH

Banks Proncn Hong. AVAILABLE Doc. Hit I bodiMrtmtnto DAN BYRD Furl 111* OAI lANAI, uod > ..... '....
Dick .......,1221 W Unlvfrnty' >?, .mitoittd' Full wit* our LFOAV .dr' goal Oos mlloipou B&G MOTOR CO.
( _m. II'" Csolhile.od'
aaA Couldon Hirvty onion P0000? 51 .8265f 101111101 Cr1014 "'. PII or
O. C.w.Ooy Univ." Dudley CMIOrn ro| !M. 4} Ctloroo1 ,.,.* Adult tell* ?only Unlv no 4 Mod.Conior. pon.LOOM .. month UIN tor ttmMot two _(...).dtwniUO boil 001*?. Pnono 171 Hit C. ',III. OldsmobIle PICKUPS & VANS
......''.... tn pot .... ClllIf IlllllMI Opptrtghillot Proton. WreNs .,. FR o-llll 7s7i,.... DODGE, I ton.bhM 2001 NW Ut Sf.
"ThOME$ FOR I'" I ? :3411 ]T4 AltO 4.dr. ...... pi. Mint MilImmodlololy
|7 %.. IitJtt ioolsa..1 I t t bodroomt. II ,urn it or WONDERFUL busTaS OIlllUllull'lO Ut. ml NW ltd ONLY

Htl Avt. knell town ,.v...... 46 Unlurmikttl Apk. 1 tcroi tt ,lint with in SINGERSLANT.OMATIC AdI. vH4lettor_ I Pi' .
WANT It ,,_ 1 .50 flmtT. ., montnly toymonll U> lo .... .kwilniol, Mrvlco ....'... tote -M ,,-SliT-
domt In Jox tor UmlUr homo hiOilnotvlllt.
Wrltt C. I. laos.jer. Ant nomok "built w your M 55Rl19iM' 04101. kit ..v'P... citrut grow room for triliorcourt '0 MERCURY 40..". NT. HIM,
573* J.c1s .d. JOCk....",.. WIlt, ? 05 dowlI ,.v...'. ON, Ill 0.'. mt <0t NW tlth Dr.Coll "" .11.... All lot .quirk' Mil' A 0015.. t mt .... dole tvtry Bond Hin 111! saIl. TIII
PU 5-41W .McKlnnoy"", o* S :M17. Would ctniidor riatit tint; ottroao hint' wit, out Itfl. Moklt but 21' '

: lolling duo tt '".... nwnor. ......,... "Mttono biMnomt
tXM to
II %.. .'. WintttlFARM MUST IEIL NOW I illS CMIV. II
'CIjLY I am InleIllad Ill bull', s.or. 47 H..," fw Roost Foo. .. MARKHAM' Mclnum, ,. .... P., "bol. of Hit SI Conv HP ongirw, poiltroctlo, : i I

WANTED Ii .lots Ii Ill rIllIl.: 0'l. Call all. ut toy tt II tor mt blot evIls powor glldo M
u tt 10* _
ocroiwim 3"21 VERT lUCCESSPUk IINCLAIRoiollo tWt coll writ Jimmy Crofby floor R I H l M. N...... 17.ONtctuol
t.m. without ....... Wltnina I BR HOU1ELocttod *
0 ferlit. or DM Dtl. ..1.11'". Bw
"'".. .. Ootnoivlilo, ..n 17o077T MOUI''IN in Archor Rd. Foriocttor Oar h>o.. sate tlnon bIlls ... IrorJo laId H.nonet. .
40.,401p ,Ill Ill,. ." Clll 1- ". ,...
or write sir NW inn A... Now CCI I 5.1,5000. one baltlham. thoM *110 or orlvocy.174.ioir C 'bIN FRva Coil botort IMPM.

., .
-. FRO'flSOK look I IK "NNM .hi : THAN
-. I". NW or IW eolnnvlllt or will I :I BR. ooporott dining room fI ovttdoilorihli. 'BIPLIMOUIHI VANS
""""oy 'ulldo.. Ford Chovmot.Control _
. omoll tcroogo. f>'loo>t fllvo lulIntormollon ploco Nowly' roaoctrolod d tUroMt or ". Cr11070 Pull. air 01141.
wrlto lot 041-A 'oy V"17IO NE MHIw Aduni loll I!, "or""' .. Prod or Jim BonVln 11_. loao lit soots 01 511NW
., t-t
- ,1.doM OolnnvllloSun.CANT'' till. 37010043.PULLS' tl. Broil Blvd., FoyiltVHIO > 111ft I'. TROPICAL PONTIAC
. Rwl I nit*. Nl ottocnmontl ntottoy.
N.C 4IH500. ,. ..
,_,.. SELL YOUR-HOME? WHY 43-1 COLOIID RENTALS FURNIIHED! 4 BR ...... _- Ia. __ ..... _" .-- 1 0 ioo 'W 0."", XL ... vorytH
.., fer I NOT IIASB TO I MATUVIofS'ONSISLf by polIty poll ... HW.U. TV. 41 Wont. to 0l tl M n<.. or toy tot ..... ..."._. .005115.11 _III... Pick your '..oil.. G.M.C. Truck C nt r
... ADULTS With woihor......,. LOOM roqulrod, Ivy net ot 174. Wilts Jimmy Ciby I?. ojorronly toll |m. ouitynd '
0pile... NO CHILDREN NO PITS WI NOW RENTINGCotOleSka e'ad.'ntIRd.. 111 05,. "'.. PH .-..... OKI. Ot4. olnoivlllt.. BV. tuvmo pivmtntl Uti HWIIIH w. tune up 220 N.W. flfh AM.
OsoaL M. SIP 107)
""' MID UNFUHNISHtO SPACI. ... ....,.. 4111FOP.DYCE either on el.W .
DJK Itrgo living sod I bom, fur* houw All U... ont ttrohjn. tlrvoratiiori.
dining' ..... morforn kifchtfl wim HO IPAIN' LAyOUT Complot.WIll JII' POP 10.11WOO
sold tu|
WITH' I BEDROOMS, I IATHI.'ULLY ton >orgo llorooo clown, lorton 1 AMoeiATIl INC. proof holt. OMIoro.RCIIL "? 4 001010.00 51 ..ra. 400410track. 10,."., COnd. wIlls,, 405 ltr who.. tht .
sddllooI' 511 paw'Or
lioort, tno Ditm IPKO nttttr IALTO* ISO, 373.171' 51101' 5 PM
PR 4-5111, MANOR MOTEL ontf hot ....., hottor, ttttll *M W. U.'.. 17MH4: STAMP" 4 COIN SHOP pack. Slluolo pall. oladi1011.Iv .. '- I.. IOu. VWi ifi I* **.
PT. I EPQP.g II AM IbIs woinlng mKhlnH onpovta 0,1S W 1/1 Awe 'II"? loll 0401011151100 Iaodsi" .N RINAULT DAUPHINI' 4-door, ,..,.) LET US
ttrwtk. SM at NI MmW. 14 '..'.. PerlosI CtOi510100 sod '.. 0017 .0105000000 Coo SAVE
19 Our .f Town. Prooorty tr nil (or oppolntnwnt m 41 H...," for BloB Ullfu r*. tl MicklRtry B> T.... 500P 515501 .''It Is. bo"loo* III NW Itlh LonoAOVIRTISE A Silos wtrk Hwoti'
em. tv 071 \.m ....1_... 513$ or bosS 1110. w*

PRAMS HOUII.n.. 01-tuck. I BR I both, control' hoot omilHltchon. GOHVOLY 1,1.111 1.101111' 011000, 5)10 ..,... P1 11714 I IN THEIIRVICE tho WKor gaol.lik I YOU MONEY
.. lrf A... Noor Unlvor.' I 15101'S' plow .".1100' _., DIRECTORY "" 'hl" .
.ioOscraI foncotf land ...... 44 C.It.... I., Root .. FOR ". lob wOildObO tooling"cloon I .. .
... .. kHMl"V
>7oPhono > 10" l loww
OIly tvtlloblt Jon. IJH. Crttttmon
ODIo. Noor Oil" Town, Fli. CollCroH .....,. wIth iiuo Luotn.ont .
f.1... H077., 1 ROOM end bOIS, Hi pit .... 1301I Clblnot, 4 numirwl oltocn.ntonti .IOC" ohompooor '1. Me.Donloll W. own and ep.rat. our cwn builntu tht
I ....... ..c.,. condi till.1I MS r.
utlllllM.Ptiont CCI 10005. Fumllurt Co., OilnnvllltIhopiilng
plus II. 0 bo'h. M lulc Hoctn. 4 door horo> for our oytrh
j 40 luilntiB .,.rti.. 469-KOS\ ....,. "IS fOr 001. 4054 NW SlIt 60 SIlo 121PM Contor tot into ont hit ..." 11I1,,, 4) VW .od It 'ow.,. Wo toll to toll.
D,. I eisi.
17I. PRIMEINVESTMENT 4S For.Ish.d Apt Castro with "butm, INi baIl bod
, iii iTlII CCB MOUSE ;;ihMyctrntr ;; .. oochi III tocrotorlll .... tVMl U"l MOTORS 01010 (fA wrirton Worroitfv on .11 cort ovor $* OO:.
f'p1"F'baIho.. FurnliUKj" lot: lot ot 1623 NI Old Avt. off let toik 4 chiir. nfi .... $1450
,..,., Chott, IIOl M'O
wail .. wail. corpol, 17) po r mo.No City. Good nilghboroPhont COlIN Ui .,. ., '
liD cloth
gll HI N. MAIN IT. PR tun 62
h4lr, Kl I Comet
Low Prkt wtllkxotod 1'o.ltll.DLIWILD *ll< tooncoio, 141 It < custom 4 door sedan
Ml I ton. Isle Nl lIlt woy 111 Dook III Limp" ....,.. bodi lompl, rotrolttrt, stand-
End How
llth: Itrooltol Phono F" 4IJII.I conlrll ..... I BR 171.1114. toe, pockot novolif tOMlbookl I '62 PONTIAC ord

MUUN.. N.-.,Umvinlry ModlcolCwtor ;N'C.' borolollad 100. tood II.dootlal doubio ..,.... I.... woodoa tot MoUCU'.OAII II. 01 I .basIs, I.e SI t0000I. .04 00.? N005IllaldlIons. -0= todin, ,..... noottr, W 5W, I I tronsmission extra clean book
eactlot c'on'' I I Mil IW Wh It. Phono 4tt.imBR Prlcod I* Ml. PAULINE IIII ,
p III c." An** HlnionJ7J' I cornor bM. Uiwn wilMint" NW" It* Frot Pollvory.lAlY ""if4 11.5.. tKtititniiiydMni price $1080 our price $1015
onf .... llnoi. ollriiilIng .... !!! GAINESVILLEAUTO ,
515105 I ..
: '' .
:Au.L.Is S3fJ .. 3 I Salt, ".,hon him IUnlv Ii., ., dotn I 1010510511.1124 I 1doubio 55.110 "'
Gladys Smith, Rtollorlgl tflitonct tt lei. Couoioionly ..... Phont 17H7W Illir4PM inoivid, 1 doubi' thoivodcormr. ISO 4 moo'KtTDoc-::; SALES 61 Falcon 4 door sedan standard
pats, rtnl 15) monthly" ,
'T W. Unlvorllty A... no ILCCTRIC STOMP IINK tit. Ml choir M. $17956ZVW
Pn, FR 10141.UNUAPUCTUDLY. 4>V aloe low, Nit NW transmission.
POTENTiAL'v.I 1 BR I boll CC Homo, rom", UNIT wdouWo. trllnttoord lid lid Avo. 141ft, Milt 1007 N. Mile St. It. .,$775
AAA1LAIL5Cootvaoloot PR ..71d.
P500. 055? LIlOlowoid' oc_. .111 law Pntnt M J.4III/ '
_. H_. oflkloncy, opvtmo I t Poe mo. Phont PR .2045 or lao MOVINO'0011;; mtlrt con WATER Ollelga taos; 104001; ; ; Chevrolet 2 door sedan V8, automatic

4 10055010. I 10111, tor tuttt coopn ocmi trimtomput. a, SOt NW :Nlh TorMR twill of hMM lotl 4 .015,02.' .,... ,101.4. 12 Sal,. 531 TIt_ Northctntral Fk ldo) I ....... B.MIO' Mithrltllt I.
Apply :ill IW Illlljt. Rootontoitpnco. mlcrlO1oloel. 00.4 .los I"0 I-N lit ., ... transmission Book price
Co,.., lot IE bodrooml two boiSe, opoHonfM, TV tot 'art. .." ttntitlo' *. ,
N W. 111 Stro00 I IR FURN OR UNFURN APT. T Uranon" l PaStor tchool .,."kt. _" MI HE 11 A... in-im. r. 1St. ,II IIOJI. Indtotrtdtnl Dttlor I' $1195 $925 our price

015,00000 Wotor ... kowooo Included' .,.".blt no... 111 to month ttIMU CLOUD 'ALL DAY Mondoy ttmovo. "Fairlane Zig Zag $875
370033Gods's Ml .... MM NW ltti 0?. 10101111?' 00110? 501' 01,15110, 0_ Tuotdov M now location 60 Ford Vj ton pickup real
Sniith Realty, _pt.l_ _Ft H! 7IR Call' M.'.. MothllMA' FR ot Wt NW itth A.... MonyleMllionol lomoont .bl Ihll" lrottatolll up I '61 VW ,
122. W. U'v..II' A... I IFFICIENCV' '.'or gm.loffltn II40JMP.EI. elItes ttdod t* our piowerOs II 'W 100.101 1.01000 eUon. $760
groduoto otudmt or .-.. mot Kino' I poymontt *t 14 pormonth. WE'VEGOT Io4on. Bot .totted. lor* .,..
GOOD BUY bodroom t oolh unlurnlihof. NoaItNiO No trodlt ........ Writ .4. '57 Ford 'Is.
boolnIsImsIl.PC SIll. tor monlh, Immodlonccuooncy. ForiillwsP111000. PU 01.4111 Aim lowing' C..It.1I Lou,.. runs, as I $99
I If* teAM. R.P Won.Tfnt 0.430. _____ ARNOLD PIALTYI JOC.....".. $1395
110,000 __.., foe 005iSoteI1 CLEAN 4504 rot'.oIo' lop f

,lor .bullnnl_, -propony..... IIWtoro- Kl ADVERTISE IN THE 1-3111.. or'Ibis'.. ales PIPAIP' .,'..... ..H,.,ON. 4 wtin.WORK ALL. it Fowl 0.1 > W.... -063 YWUASM0000HIA -- Blanton Bros. Auto Sales

":'IV. All. It ,InlOroltKl. COM I .Bodroomt, .k.Ao.aitu, W> WAKII. Clll FR ._. 1965
Norwood H_. ""130'. SERVICE DIRECTORY N W ,lIlt A... Ownor will show ADwTlAL CONOITIONlTII : ..',. bi" 0.0000 *'0.04-05 554 01. Cools: 505. 441
All Hwy North .
H.gk 414.U4I
-.. Doc om botwoon I 4 4 fctocki 1400011 5140, tolOlliulislO, Poll... *,

. i M_VI POt booMs ,...Ml.. ..BTut. ..,....lit* Omng' Doom Florida. ..,.".? Mills' "'""'. Opus S.iO-7 P.M D.lly, fIlTh i P M.
Tot 00 1117' FORDS

COLORED I 4* II..", Fir Hint Call PR 6-3011.T.A.G APPLIANCES. : T FINE amacOtli0l05tllrC51145144I FIRIWOOO tor solo on $3895iT I

US L.... do..." ''rIGS nor, .solId ond Outronlowt HIU. trke Lumbor. 4 Wood READYTO -
,...t, POSt Motlrou dutmormhootor a Rolrltorltort trim Uf ott Fto..rvlnt C....
WIltS' toll oorvh-o.. Cbnhi Rongoo tram 10010: r "500111" I.,. .,.... thii I.e LATE MODaUSED
AIM' oportmonl nilloMt. tIll W Woihort from lit utI FIRE WOOD R( fASONABLE.P.'R ,Is .III p55041115, 51,0001151.
32. "_.1. Ird II.LAOOU100M ar"... trorn M u* 6-378'

RENTALS \ .Mi onto! toct I 07Prolor I Pood-Prwion from M v* $2195
t OHhwoiMn' from bo up DELIVER CAR
mo* or womon,
working ISTVSot. from lid ut 70 SOtO0MM1551 IQI'P."IOAT1..moy .
Off 0 tlroot porklnf.oi7 APPLIANCE' CD. '
ii-md PI.IMALL ,. JIM Ill, HW VOVLII Oth vo P"*. I>T UK W oaoo.teo1iflV1EAl. 61 I VW

BRAND NEW DUPLEXES ROOM for working mon.ACCOM rlopod Os? oft 510001 SpOrts Ktmbt. lictilonl (_,,,.*.
t* ihowor aol rofrlg4H DISCOUNT "...... SALE
_, _II: Tnd Avo Km in "tl PRICES P10.01- I'It. 7111 $1395MillerI'

old lot HP MtrorvlMT, bikoor SEC 'EM TODAYSHAW
51 MiM. Itwttlt tvtboort IWO MW. Unit eompwtolow .
W ... .dt..n.v.rybocfy.HENDRIX
{.. tlmo, flctf for tukk Mlt' '
IKAILER SPACE '* *>>*4 .""LL! p M 64 Rombl. 62 Ramblor'

.. FOR PUNT FURNITURE CO. iMili.0If WHALIRT AS I ClanK' Italian wctcjon, ra- Station' waoan, Butomatli
ON1HNowborry NW It* Ay*. tt ION Bl
tt .cone!. II HP IvMriMt motor. ktur.
.. Trtltor Pork --OLAII UMlng door If sHIN roy IrolWr. t MoU lit tonkl 00.dlulol > diet, htattr, 4<'ro PlO. r.*nvnliiion, radio ton'.',

eomo.rl.y, "I.'I. It fro higrt-l tMPlool door, I trot*. 0I11D17. & $2145 glr Cflnditmnlnc.

'A Wtnfta To RiotVTI1TI1G OTIH4.IOOW. Tl C.-HII-'I. :

... PUPOSSIS510-.' trloMtrottor i I.TJBBI..I $1595
PotoUs.v on' eits ", Jr.... tort* 51015?. WlNCHIIIIR ill tnfo, ...... KEETER
1110 0000101104 ooI, or Obooal. lor boalicoit mntntrut wot.trMf. ..,....., for ,... bosoN '64 MG
I m*. Mginmng Jon Ord. PhonoWANTIO ..... :
nynttng Good 1 woof wo
bn iprlnol" AMnMy toy. 231 W. '
P. ""'I.AN.'L plaIts 51111. Aueonltll. PumtIvrp tor.'L PU ....,. Stilan, ....,.,. '61 1 Dod
; oiOn"U".IIy S10.d0UurI H: .lllo Slow. I .. ,.
C. olnoo ... 5011. loW okottut ,II OAA Ill FR .S37I I

...... or 01000 040100.0000 for 5.keelodiaOO or I. .11 np;.a.t,..-.;;;:-II 0550: 0 U Or. viol r iI. ttrtto 1100. $1445 lanctf 2 dnw, radio' ht t.
M eontPt tf -
woikwMhor. Coot I'M 7) oor -
5000 lit'Se I .'.. old Konmtft '
P10.1 Fl I
151.1001 44111 Ft tHt, > 072111, 5.,
hood WIll lljht otedf.o BoNI mot) vory llnio,
It ........... I Jt M.
0 DouWo comoortmont SHIN bi oxoiiont' --. Vory rooM
0 Lsreo IloIng 1011111 .ro' v. wtio* BlOods, I bMroom turMmdJonutry .tkto. IIHB4B. 71 OtlifB lo..>,....1Itv".x CRANELINCOLNMERCURY !
ComtriKlto '
oomry 050,0010.4 or 01150 rw I CIIo.tooN $895
C T........ Fitorfolnto Ills window KIMLoroo p1194, of 01011 010101,4, 14 PI. PHILCO rot,... sold I .- COPf'MAC20hC"' 63 Ford
S wlHItrgo .lOwe wit, .'... tnd Iral llortrlt *<051,10 nott
puts ...
a OhrvttoryInwlotod I. Locotto In t O01O00NM 00001 0o'a -. 005100400 _,.... MoNa Calailt !iC 'om.1c' I
lid tub I'd loooMM.
0 WIlts good nolthtorhMd. Writ! Coo be 5.011 O'I' POW 1i'lt.J.OM. up It t holt data peed. lot'tlttotloo tronvn rtxlin htotir
IF" looMs SlidIng,, door Oomoivlil .lu*. nn, -
bl km Wo a mlMiioI ; '
c ItMtlIno .ved l0.atsa ftilnoflvino It ttorito Comolon. will' SAFE BUY Bir conditioning 1 wriitt 61 Corralr
ClAMS C''''' It tchtol tntf km HotPitnnod Dl LAOS: .. how In M.... ftf Silt oiy
a ploy. ground! wit, 111*. ky toocutivocount Mtomoflt limor tnt I lorto out- with ltd 'Inltfior.
lacN Ittrott cloMdWitting without chlWron,. tr pno.Oivo 101015 500 .d.botop010 ply ot cotv lopor ont _".'.. 2 dner flton' ,
I 50550
Mochlnt 001101PIP dMcr. Mllo ".... thont Wilt. 11.00 00005l. Malt Low cort .otwolio Moat .to 1014Immotlo'oiy USED CARS
ooe'HOO I. A. 500100500. P0. I. moko room Hf $2350
I72-51JZ '" had 1-
ppltm.r oil 172-5321 tf ... 15200010101. ,.......op clty mocnlno FrooaonooKltlo $995

11,0110151 laIN ttrr... lur* tort 1 buck.Hovo WANT:: It read 15101,? lit Jt It lOP -" --..--- -- 00151500110. 105 5100 111al. 316 S. MAIN ST.
_. ..., It
T4kt W III. eaOM. II WOsIarOi .kill Of _. P. ColorO 'II S. O5asoIo p
I 101111 lo IL pI'a.oo.W500.
1 _!..." .11 0111?. No.. solo.- Ill.- Owl 010. 11000,1 .-. Sloe POOl Sri 1411.' :. -",., Mr Hart Mr iBrhit '63 Rambler' '
ii oil MolIrl 5,5 Now .M mt Hmt II 0K ywrCMRIITWAI 61 ford

YO ,roo p51W0balat005 CAIOttr >' M I 14JIOHH (7at4 4 draw, tulnmolinlM'Mt
WILLIAM! IIBVICE CIWTBOHowifwrnt plaOS 0 000150051. aesolOld I
4 tnor. 44eIte47M lruonl.I .
Bd. PHttf, ntJt. ... t*.o IOIOKIIO* tt IVININCS rodlo, hootor <
I 1011.\ So 0140 -..,.. el
r SERVICESHome -...i.. TVPE 10111.0505 PAtllllCtmtWO MM.* OXthHtrt .' anditionlnt, bvcb'' 1'IIdltl1IlOQ.. % .

1- N 550a5 paw 1,5100 .1 W.lrt't. Aye, 2L7112T3 ...,..

PR 04501:0500C 71 Mafitl Monk****!** $2095 $1095

And Business 00540 oltonlwn 5.1,105 Isa51000p.HI.
bow lOll .* o. food (HyingItndl. not 55 "1-
.. tH. PR ..'" 11005 501051 5004. boa? ,..... '
61 RambUr'
Ieo000 Mal'Sal
COLUMBIAMoMorww, *- loo n> Cal SEETHETcmcndous '
...-. lllgAlty. tord. HI OCCOM.OrWO. 57100 cMoS' SI ot .. 63 Ramble'

Mortjoo lrokrtor I loofi" loiriflc Moot lot tr* i.LAIIU--C.; .....: ''''' r. .14 f jntry ittjllan, *aooutwitatK <

_..* ,or. SIR Co boil 0005554 5000. IbrOlIp tl. .. Selection 4 door btdart. tuttnioll4Irontmlulon ,;IIIl ) |rtjn7nig.

'ICUTSAGI MONET C. 0.. H"Utu. |,*l lIes | ,.. FR tna 1000.0 0055. I'" SIlt 5110 MaO.W0'5. radio, ....,... 15 fOIl o, Iwaior, otf IOWa
Pit oboe mitrool. Itnnt to cOIl -_ Cl AH MBI lit .00'.
,, oort, AM NOtOtT'oioclrlt-;;;; ; ";, 'vAll .
SOlID UIPIAM1 Foe raor 000001 no Ml IPICKL CHtllTWAI AAPlN4
lAy 65 RAMBLERS $1595
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i 18 __ Gainesville// Sun Friday, December 4,1964 ,
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w.'" got the Christmas Spirit

and Santa Smitty is going to

L. good to you. For the next

20 days we're going to deal

.).. ,. 1964 and trade wild.Try us and see, ',..:,!: '.i m out II Ip Prove
98" air
custom sport coupe factory
OLDS conditioning cruise control, full but if you don't like these : .111'
M. power, bucket taatt, fold and serviced by B
& G., 25,000 true miles, lilted new ri no other Dealer
r:' for $5600, only . . . .$3995 t I prices make us an offer.

I I Catalina hordtop sedan, air FIAT
/I' PONTIAC brakes, beautiful conditioned mttallic power i $treating 2-door. Automatic tronimliilon radio, 4-oW.! Standard tronsm'lion, radio, : can outdeal me on
I power. . OAQI hrattr.6,000 mlla Balance of new Car warranty, heater.Real iharp J

J 1962 $1895 $945 JOHN HIPP- Price, Trade Allowanceor
1 1 "98"sedan,factory air conditioning. 61 VALIANT
OLDS cruise control', full power,$ 63 BUICK I 2-door hardtop V200. Automatic Irons.
M,t . . . . . . OOQIten. rrantmldion 4-door Special Nice station car wagon. Standard minion, radio$895 heater. Sharp. otherwise give you a better"NET"

: I "88" hardtop .sedan brilliant white
I.. OLDS and red. attractive Interior $1645

f : power brokei.steering. .,.power. . . . $2095 '63 IMPERIAL '61 IMPERIAL deal than I'll give you t L
Crown 4-door hardtop. Power steering
I Impala ..don, whit. with 4-door Crown. Power steering power power brakes, radio heater, automatitrommliiion
": CHEVROLET red Interior. V8 power brakes, radio, heater, automatic troni- air-conditioning. A beautl-
I steering, power brakes, less than. $1695 ,lesion, air-conditioning$3845 ful car. $1895 right now !

i. sedan V8,
radio .a e r, automatic
trommiiiion I compact COME OUT OUR WAY
economy. . . $1395 EXECUTIVE,CARS

FALCON with Station automatic wagon, economical 6 Balance of 5 year, 50,000 mile warranty WHERE WE TRADE YOUR WAY!!

rantmliilon. . . . $1195 *-***'Crown power steering, power brakes,
ha rdtop, .dditioning radio and heater, conditioning, power
CROWN IMPERIAL factory air.' ::: loots, power windows, automatic pilot i 3,000 actual $1900
cruise control, fully SAVE MO Down Payment Cars
. Fury 4.door hardtop. Power steering,power -
door, station wagon brakes, automatic transmission
RAMBLER radio, heater. Actual 4200 milei.
auditioning<< very clean., factory. .air. . $1295 SAVE .: I. . . . . . $900 '57 Mercury '58 Chevrolet 24

""". 4-doo. hardtop. Power steering, power $3'439 $29
1961 64 CRYSLER brakes, radio, heater,automatic $1400 Monterey 2-dr. hardtop Bel-AIr V-8. standard
transmission, air-conditioning.Actual OO"'I.... SAVE auto. tram, PS, R&H. trani,Rum good

CADILLAC hardtop sedan, factory air, Fury 4-door hardtop. Power steering Per Mo. Per Mo.

fully Cadillac equipped quality big and car I..ury.comfort. .,. $2595 10,000 actual radio mil..,.heater SAVE.automatictranimiuion. $1 000 '57 Plymouth

sedan factory air condition $2400 59 Ford $34'39R6H.
ADIaaxe Convertible auto tram
rUKU log power steering, VS $1395 '61 OLDSMOBILE '60 VALIANT
I clean :. M ton Pickup,LWB.
very transmil4door station 9 Auto.
I 88 4-door Sedan Automatic paiienger. I
sedan V8 radio heater lion, radio, heater, power ,itttrlno, paw- motlc tranimiinon, radio heater, air. Per Mo. Per Mo.
FORD er brakei Real nice car. condltlonng.I'
automatic transmission' ,
3,000 milei.Galaxle. . . . . $1195 $1395 $795 '60 Falcon

,(I FALCON .tatloll ard'shift wagon, economy., stand- $995 '61 RAMBLER '61 2-dr., R&H, Real good $24 53 Dodge $3439

M'al1'' factor air conditioning 4-door Italian wagon. Power steering, kV Volkswagen lecond car. 2SPDStakt,2-ton.
CHRYSLER power steer$1OAC power brakes, radio heater, automatic Panel truc Per Mo. Per Mo.
log<< white . . . ..".. 1X7.) trommiiiion" air-conditioning $745

Classic' station wagon, auto- $1195
RAMBLER malt tranimlsIon. -
. . . . . . 995 '61 RAMBLER '60 RAMBLER CHRISTMAS CARS
2-door station wagon. Radio, heater.
4-door! itdon. Automatic tronimlulon, Real clean.
1960 radio, '
h.oter''S45 $495 '62 Falcon '63 Ford
sedan, factory air condition. ,,,
CADILLAC lt. wauw. Country...... 1395 a11..i.' 101Ioo 1dr. R.rdt.wswlrw..quippq 2345
Ing power powerseats .' ... wits' IUfo. tr.n... 'So ,.. R\H.
,power steering I power brakes,$1995 tr"'L. R' wing wits' Sloe wits, .... In"'rlcll.
325 H.P. 60 T-BIRD 59 CHEVROLETAutomatic weed ''''N RnIH4

: tronimulon power itetrlng, 2-door. Standard trammiuion, 6cylin.der .
"98" hardtop sedan, factory air conditioning power brakes, radio heater. radio heater. '
OLDS I fully I 59 Buick '61 Chevrolet

quipped. . . $1495 $1245 $495'....Ind wets' 895 'lnp.le. c...... ...'. If......
_. 1495
wlaw.tlS tiara. .1',, U14 not a p..wr one III
CHEVROLET Impolo hardtop coupe : : R\H.Mt.rler'ar.y. win kin b wa
V8. automatic $] OAC
transmission, power .<< SUPER, SUPER SPECIAL '

rllwooj 4 door* otio11 4-door Cloisk. Automatic tramSi '60 T.Bird '63 Tempest

CHEVROLET wagon. 6 cyl., SAAP 62 RAMBLER minion, radio! hMter. . . 1045 I ... ....... ,... .,
. Sri 111 1695 stan. u wtaeon.
standard tranimlsilon. . 773 ... ,1. RIo14. .... 11ia'R ....... ,1.wpiin R\H Air CcadI. 1895
station .ga... Autamatic tra". $QOC Man..with Sink a WIno Si.. with, Noe ..".
MERCURY hardtop sedan< factory air 61 COMET 2-door rodio, hoater. Sharp. . OZ J :I IMarbr :.
conditionlne. power
brakes 47.000 miles. $995 300F convertible. Power steering power
tttrina power 60 CHRYSLER brake.. radio heater automatic $1 '64 Fiat '62 Chevrolet

FORD Station wagon transmition. VI: radio $795 transmission, air-conditioning. . . 1 W J QP 7 adeor... wln, ......... It 'IW 13 7 5 ,..,... .er. rmd/op, yi 189

"automatic. . . . . I tr.N.ncS...III..tin.h.._tot w.napr win It.I Ie cheap pour ............. PS...... told 5

1959 heater Power, automatic leering, power"I::::..Air-con.., radio, Standard tranymiulon -cylinder.. Runt I '62 Chevrolet
62 Chevrolet
liooing.Real (harp. goad.' .....,. 5.
15 95 Ur. Rardto..YM
CADILLAC hardtop Slantmo st.ti.n .wh 1 ,, 219
$1395 $195 ... non. ps R\H Air
LeSabro hardtop coupe, cyt.1511 .11-.Caw.k.t.nily R\N..... ........ Jed lee Mw.

BUICK olr conditlontd . $895
CHRYSLER 4door. Automatic "",,"IMlon. radio. 'Oldsmobile : Chevrolet

coupe. air conditioning.New Yorker. .hardtop_. $995 heater. ,nke 62 VALIANT res.b.. ve... .grow 1375 tr b_.....Ir.. .IH.I..rdlap .
$295 Signet' 2-door hardtop. Automatic trani.minion tr. how Mel ,..,. MMIte M
radio, heater, oir-conditloning. Mw aHi ts..MMe wsw. lor

: '58 Olds S29S '58 hick $200 '57 DcSOTO $1245 '64 Chevrolet '63 Chevrolet

'57 Olds 5150 \ 'SI Chevrolet .$12S 4-door tedon. AutomatIC tmmmiuion,
radio hearer. Ropy_. lone horn. .aura... ........ peers -
tr 18 9
c"I. & 5
'56 Olds . $150 '$6 Mercury .S2SO $275 S Rao.\M Tor

I 58 Plymouth station wagon . .$J95t '62 RAMBLER

t Closed the Sabbath '57 B U I C K 4-door Mot_ waaan. Power iteenng;
on power bn>*n. ''O11phe tronimimon.tttUo .
, 2-doof hordtor steering, power hoot r, V-B.
broke, radio hooter
$245 $1295 GAINESVILLE




r.r.CADllLAC.OLDSMOBllE CMAC FINANCING lMPIRIAL.VAUANT.CHRYSUR-rLYMOUTH.SIMCA CO. "Northcentral Flo's No. 1 Independent Automobile Delft,."

I 001.KW.13ih' St. FR 6-7515 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 ACROSS FROM THE SHOPPING CENTER, PH 31263.13i

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.62, ,.Chevy .. 61.....Mercury. .. 1 FASTBACK '' ,
I .ewer IAI .t 4 r400.door 1 Hd..t "w.,...,... 5.e5.. .1 0100r/n1? tan..
wtomotlc trommlnlml'
'rod".* ht.lor. rod itto 1'n.0.inl5uon50' 1IIlIle e7. e 51k

$1595 $1295 QBRAND NEW S' 1 '

64 Buick
64 rw"'i.Olds doe, ..."" ... I.0.4.4..Ilan Wpon, 4 doer, v
.buck l trots fandMt ifIo.lutll. .
$389TM $3795

61 Chevy...... ,,
63 Olds
door Is. "I.
V "tr*$2795 li 4.nin doer,. hnnd .."""'- alp $1195 for thePRICE 4' ,

60 I door Borgward, ... owwr. real,

62. .Rambler, Mca cor Y
W aon 4 Door d>lu o. $595 f
; r.' OF r
"jisVs" 1 ,

.55....,Olds. 5414. Mali' a...
P.M IeoWM I IIH't I....tronimliilo., .
63 Chrysler :
"roe I door 5.rdte4I. $345
1" dd.
11 $2895

57 Chevrolet ,
I door otdon, VI. ittnd.rrronimllllon If ; FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY!
63..,Chevy ItNo. r
4-tfnar tdtn iut9 $695
Tulle h.1cMfmlaalen*,.,. 'ldl."d ]: When you purchase any new 1965 FORD
$1795 1 car we'll give you this Midget Mustang FREE!
61 Chevy. 0' I Any youngster will be thrilled to have this
_Impala 110040.!door, .' p.dt04 1 gleaming fire engine red cor with real Mustang .
X /r5n.401fiIe0.. Ldla and
63 Chevy. e.a S{ styling.DON'T.
T Impill Ado. hanttap.ri. .
autom/f, Ir5nlmleilon.po.e $1595
$2295 62 Renault I
$4d ir isTHIS ; WON'T LAST LONG!
63 Chrysler
"feioH Mr*$2895 door hirdtoo f

.4 56 tMrlnf door Pontiac. Mrdto.0owr bmkH."*", SPECIAL WEEK'S j I MOST ALL MAKES, MODELS
V VI NMllMIC,ad I.. .rranemb.Ien.....,, kjttlowwr ., '63 COME S GET 'EM
$495, LincolnContlnntol : & COLORS IN STOCK! re.

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Fully tquipptd

I 63 t-U ..I Mercury..(.....,.. nordtonh' 510ceeMl 50

$2895 $3895 1965 FALCON / :

.64 TR orb -.Motor 4.adla Ilk. 63. Olds ,.
,, .. J
1 tr t door M 504..
'$2795 f..'"ItMrlivlmlltloiv r rotfll u I 5 m....,c. AS j:
It. LOW $4288
$2495 1 AS Pcr
63.0411 ...4..... llhfl Mo.
"' 60 VW l'
$2295 ConvortlM.' I { After 1/3 Down

I door MdM rodlk' hro9ft .*- VW I
.wtoirtoflc$445 trMimllion. *- .58......$695 I

62 Plymouth 62 Porsche 11
4desr ........... III..ICt'I. .. or
..... .' 50150. 50e50.
rfi nd n* .N. $2995

$1395 63 Sunbeam 63 Galax. $1799 62 Ford. S1499 61Ponliac51349 ,

LOW RATE ... .. ..... .... .........
54 Ford a 5405. KO M. 500 4.*. V.e. CIVItiC, 116H Ger..I, 2 V.I C y/qrn.l4',/ IIfH. ,,_..t.,.. -f9"IIt........ _116H, PS, .Ie
f .e0 r MM. r.d4. 0.5. $2195 r"l b'q..nd whll. ' u. 50IOOa0' 1Y.I.mIW4 0.V0.

$345 .55__..Pontiac..... ..,.*- Ii 6% 62 Falcon $1099 58 Chrys. $7 49 r
... 1- 15414 0555. 63 Chev. Save : .
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$2395 60 Vauxhall 58Ford..169 )
door Mo*
$495 r ALL 61 FaIcon..999 4.. .......,. rodn..... ,,_, hu".', tin
63 Ford 63 Chev. $1749 rid .1044. 3405(41 1504 olIN djnly ,| 1NN
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ot. 50500. _...... .
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f w. NEW & USED ;. H..Pero wlfh blue fnm / ::1.q:
$2295 $195 Newer Used Cars
WE NEED 1961

62 Fo..irf one .. 61 Austin CARS 62 Ford. $1439 MODEL AND OLDER That Have BccnTradcd I
054 4. MOOT r. M wr 1 In On 65's.
$1195 ,.',
$1465 i Ii .... Th. No Better Time
G&00' 500 ,
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201 N. MAIN ST. j:-; 238 W. Univcrsity Avenue, Gainesville, Florida. Ph. FR 6-5371 I

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'TIL 9. P.M. 599 ... 4' .' WHIM YOU
Model M-0101. Pol.h.J., ...tuil.SUNS. .
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j i Christmas. Appliance Gifts rt 1I-Porc..11I'*r Cookiitf! )
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r ; Werk S..rIoc.
-- I Westinghouse TOASTMASTER CoryHAMILTON / 9990I.CODOWH # Rotary Contrail'
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,( : DORMEWARING Model 1011)02. ,
'cjk. UNIVERSAL BEACH I Priud Wirk TndeMcDuff's

MIXERS ELECTRIC ILANKETS ELECTRIC CARYINO KNIYIS HAIR DRYERS ,' I',.. Smart, trim designed! table radio give powerful' performance Low, Low Price
'S" -
r.r ELECTRIC CAN OMNHS ELECTRIC CLOCKS ivirywlMre. Hat 5 tubei Including rectifier. Dl.ct Drive Tuning
Yra for fort accurate station location Conelrod channel clearly
\ $1.00 DOWN HOLDS TIL CHRISTMAS! 554.marktd. Built-in high' gon' ontmna brings In oil rtotiont. Modal NOW ONLY

//j jI CYCLE--2 SPEED -IIuIp.oi.ntfREE:



I I SAVE sale on famous Manning-Bowman Power Tools! c AUTOMATIC

/ Inch Drill WASHER
.1 uNIneht.MIdN...), V 70101.IH 1_IMItH win.aneueM Mil V wertul to- '' 100% ALL.
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ion. *. PORCELAINBOTH McDuff's SensationalLow
c ,. 8.88 I
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Low Price
Bench, .Grinder 3/8 INCH DRILL OUTSIDE
Meld fUM
r.:nil :: Powerful Sabre Hand Saw MI 13.DO 1' I T
.wdMYe MId:4 MMef mil. Cult unofc '
wM1aY: Mitit meld Hwll I *t(
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x/ht. jL j\ t $197 MDUFFGIVUVOU

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Heavy St..1 Sow Table ENOUGH TQ DO
14 H.P. 7 inch Sow h I YOUR
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cede, imciiioii (Mill nitteri Mud. ...711.. ,011.w" gage.. unde..111.. one h "'M ei d.1ree tub. or gentle agitation and .
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/ HQUALITY BIG 16 r Storage.Tall Bottle.. Holds

Cubic Foot
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CRAFTED TV's I I'' d Freezer Basket

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aEEfl1 ConditionerHendyEgj
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goes 'In before the name goes sit.RECORDS _
I 165 IBs.of

SPECIAL SALE 149 usn p luo\a Frozen Food

t STEREO Modell6RM46.Full5yeor Guarantee on Sealed Unit!
Model AFOSI. 172 Sq. In. Picture. Powerful -
f1t McDuff will give vowel least
speaker. 18,000 V. picture power. S 901 1 $101 I allowance for pestrf
Super slim design. Top front tuning. ave refrigerator condition toward regardlessyour the of purchase age or

selections Power grid tuner. Light...easy to carry. of this deluxe Phitco Combination
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!v t Popular I Classical, '"

record assortment .

Top Country-Western recording Artists! FREE SERVICE and DELIVERY!

Your's absolutely free

( with the purchase of

/ Stereo.this model F99M COR. N. MAIN & 12th AVE.PHONE .

Automatic Stereo Hi-Fi FR 6-1296 FREE PARKING
Phonograph and FM-AM

: This deluxe Olympic SALE $149

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