Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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THE Warmer WEATHER Fair, Oictint5uille f. Sun ESVIIIE Flp v

89th Year, No. eiiivnia at

Here Motel Is 1 Battle Over Control

RobbedMasked Bandit I Of GOP Shapes Up

Takes In $560 .... ... .

Halloween Su Staff came Writer late -but / Ike Urges GOP Leaders Nixon Calls

nonetheless for
rewarding a
stocky gunman who reaped $560 Wide Rockefeller'Spoilsport'
In a one stop "trick or treat"early RangeOf Look at Future
this morning at the Tom
Sawyer Motel 3335 SW 13th St.
Hidden behind a skeleton mask h" Thinking -- .
t O Nrm flork
and wielding a battered old .38 AUGUSTA Ga. (AP) Newsweek Magazine Thursday WASHINGTON (AP) Rich-
calibre revolver the robber Former President Dwight D. v quoted former Vice President ard M. Nixon has fired at CoY
forced night clerk Dougl a s N. Eisenhower says the Republicanparty Richard Nixon. saying: Nelson A. Rockefeller as a
Starke to lie on the floor while must embrace a wide "This Is what's going to hap\ "spoilsport" and been called
he treated himself to the money. spectrum of political thinking pen. It will take a couple of "peevish" In return as the fight
Despite the masquerade, PA one that will not be torn apart months for the dust to settle. for control of the Republican
Starke was able to furnish Ala- ) by divisive and meaningless : Then Barry will be dropped likea party breaks Into the open.' But
chua County Sheriff's deputieswith t labels. hot potato. Rockefeller (former like former President Dwight D.
a detailed description of 1 ) At the same time he said the Ambassador Henry Cabot Eisenhower they appealed for
his assailant He said the man ",. party definitely was hurt by the ) Lodge and (Senator) Cliff unity.
was about 25 to 30 years old, landslide election of President Cane! (of New Jersey) have The party struggle' essentially
approximately 6 feet 2,weighing Johnson had It, too. The party will never an effort by moderates to
between 210 and 215 pounds. .. i In his first statement since a forgive them for d r a g glng wrest control from Goldwater

Starke said the gunman had ,\ i torrent of Democratic votes their feet" At a new conference conservatives hud been pretty I
brown, crew cut hair, blue eyes buried the hopes of Sen. Barry Nixon denied that he had much off-iUja until Thurs
and was wearing blue trousers.He 1 1AM Goldwater Eisenhower blamed told Newsweek that Goldwa: day. But then, at a news conference
was believed to have escaped \ his party's defeat, at least partially 1 ter "would be dropped like a In New York Nixon spoke

In a two toned Ford year ( Wlnplio I* 7/" Sun) on what he termed a false hot potato." up.The
unknown. public Image.He e1 Former President Eisenhower former vice president,
All local law enforcementunits EX-PRESIDENT EISENHOWER made the remark Thursday said that the Republican who caTjialKned widely for
have been alerted. Party not irretrievably hurt In a statement he read at a 1 party had been hurt by the election Barry GolJwater. said Rockefeller

newt conference at the Augusta results but not Irretrieva. win was cool to the Art-
National Golf Club where he .- bly. He held that the p a r t J"'a tansn'a campaign "got his
Adams Calls for Reform has been vacationing the past NIXON poor showing was a result of pound of flesh."
few days. flame Rockefellerthe a "false Image of Republican- The New York governor said
"We need now to consult ism" and called for correcting Nixon was the "principal divi
I among ourselves as to methodsfor Image that the party Hands "primarily for the rich and the der" of the Goldwater cam

Of Florida Election Laws correcting the false 'Image'of privileged" paign. And, Nixon continued
Republicanism which far Similarly Gov William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania urged that the party's future rests with
too long, has confused so manyof the party correct what he described as the widespread Impressionthat "unifiers rather than dividers"

purposely In some take the Inquiry as a means of our citizens and led them to it Is an exclusive organization He said he Intended to Join with Rockefeller Is vacationing In
TALLAHASSEE (APISecretary ) perhaps improving the election code of think of It as a political doctrine like.minded Republicans eager to return the party to Its Unrohilan Spain, but I spokesman In New'
of State Tom Adams said places. of Irregularitiesmay Florida. designed primarily for the rich heritage by welcoming! all Americans to Its ranks York released a statement call

Thursday "there Is need for Improvement Allegations be checked soon by an Interim "Any Irregularities regardless and the privileged," Elsenhower In Detroit. Gnv, George Romney made It known that he wantedthe ing Nixon's remarka a "revlab.
In the archaic ad- Legislative committee.The of their sources will be ssid. nation's 17 Republican governors to forge a program of moderation po t..ll'rtion utterance.
ministration" of Florida's elec- committee studying revision looked at," Stallings said. "We In response to a newsman's without causing a break with the Goldwater wing. He( would Said! the New York governor \
tion laws. of the state's election laws want to know about them an." question Eisenhower said bethinks not spell out his Ideas, but associates said that ha would emphasize a member of his party's liberal

"We can have orderly elections headed by Rep. George: Stalling Voters In Dade County com- the Republican party has conciliation with the conservatives rather than warfare wing: "This la a time for constructive
under the present laws If of Duval County, will meet here, plained of long lines broken machines been pictured as being Indifferent In Boston; Henry Cabot Lodge the 1MQ RrpubUnn vice| pm!. : rebuilding of the Republican -
there la' effective administration Dee. 1-10 to decide whether fcr and other difficulties. to the common man and his dentlal nominee;' said that the p.rtYIlft'dtd' I program la lira with party as a vital force
," Adams told the Miami probe the general election vot Some of the poll watchers sent problems.He the nation's goals rather than one of demagoguery He said the in the mainstream of American j
Herald. He referred to complaints ing. to the voting places by Republicans outlined principles which election showed that Americana want equal treatment for aD, and political lit., Mr. Nixon's latest '"
that voting In Tuesday's Stalling said he would recommend were accused of Interfer- he said were held substantially positive solutions to national problem maneuver Is hardly calculated
general election took too long that the committee under- (See ADAMS ea Page 2) by every party member. He Gov John H. Chafes of Rhode Isl.ncllnvlted other Republican to advance this effort."
said the party above all. Is governors to meet In his state probably next month ai part of Party moderates are expected
dedicated: to the security and plans to rebuild the party. to press their drive for control
Chief Takes Ford Motor progress of all Americans. of the party at a governors conference i 11
New? "Around these convictions next month. And tf they

I Plants Hit and purposes we can unify eur Mars Shot Tunis make any headway they can be ,
that will refuse to be
party-one expected to pull out the stops" at
StrikesDETROIT torn apart by divisive and a meeting of the Republican Ii
Over in By meaningless labels So doing, National Committee In January. '

we shall together develop a Into Hulk Goldwater said at a news
(AP>-The United clear and accurate 'Image' of Helpless conference Wednesday that he
LA PAZ. Bolivia (AP-Vlce Auto Workers Union struck today Republicanism for all to see the want to keep the party en a I i
President Rene Barrientos a against key Ford Motor Co. Republicanism of which Lincoln conservative course.
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP Then Indications that
general and former air force manufacturing and assembly flril and Go,. Robert
was the greatest exposent E. Smylle ef
The stricken Mariner I the failure resulted because
chief of staff has emerged from plants over unskilled local labor ," he 1.ld.Eisenhower whirled Idaho, who already has said the
spacecraft throughapace fiberglass shroud did not
the Bolivian revolt as presidentjust agreements said he felt deeply sepa GOP "must move toward the
as a helpless hulk today rata from the spacecraft. The
as ousted At least eight out of 11 unsettled the defeat of Goldwater and center of the political
spectrum -
unable to fulfill Its mission as shroud was designed to protect
President victor units struck. "
1 were William E. Miller the vice the first spacecraft to probe the Mariner 1 from aerodynamicstresses announced Thursday' he
Pas Eitens- The walkout left Ford with a
presidential candidate. plane to call a meeting of the
planet Mars. during the upward push
IOrosaldhe selling supply of about 32 days I
"Now with the election before Republican Governors Asaocla-
1 would. of autos and a :31-selUng-dayi history* be added, "I congratu- With Mariner I a W-mllilon through then the to earth's atmosphere, tlon about Dec. I, probably In a
was eject.
Barrientos a supply of trucks. overwhelming victory. loss Om National Aeronauticsand Midwestern city .
A i leader of the The effect on production could "Beyond this L along with Space Administration Jack N. James, Mariner Here the 17 Republican governors
revolt again not Immediately be detailed every loyal American, pledge turned attention to Marine 4, a project director, said early tan be expected to chart a t.
iPaz, flew from r but Indications were Ford could him my support as he lights for twin spacecraft which officials today the shroud may not have course for reviving the party
his home In Co- make some autos for two weeks this country's Interests at the ,hope to launch within two separated cleanly and somehow from the crushing defeat It sustained J
Barrlenlos- chamba to La or more.A International conference tableor weeks. "hang up" on the spacecraft )taut Tuesday with Sen.
Paz Thursday ford spokesman said assembly In any other way that may Exact date for the launching A MM( .tf evaluation' of the Goldwaler on the bridge and r
and the chief of the armed plants/ were struck tills become necessary." depends on evaluation of Information data?' t> take several days Goldwaier men at the helm. The
forces Gen Alfredo Obando ilyer morning st Dallas; Wayne, Eisenhower said the damage from Thursday's failure. should pinpoint the exact cause GOP carried, only six sUtes. '
Candle announced he and the MIch., truck; Wayne autos; Chicago suffered by the GOP In the election The space agency has until of the failure In time to make a Only on the governors' level I
vice president would be co- stamping; YpsUantl, Dee. I to fire the Mariner 4 I
was not brretrlevsble. correction for Mariner 4, James See GOP .. Page II)
presidents.An MIch., manufacturing; Shef- Asked about former Vice rocket. After that Mars will said.
fleld Ala. not be In position for a launching
hour later Barrientos announced President Richard M. Nixon
James said failure of the
Sterling Twp., Mich., manufacturing until December 1164. SKA LION
Obando had decided to Eisenhower described Mm as a
and Loulavllle assem Mariner 1 was to have crossed shroud to eject could account
resign )In his favor "to cooperate (See IKE ea Page Si 3M million miles of space In It for an initial report that theAtIa..A. OFF COURSEMIAMI
in the re-establishment of bly.The ..
0 rocket's second-
status of the assembly months, skimming within 1,100 p
tranquility In the country. plant at St Louis and manufacturing miles of Mars next July 17. state shutdown prematurely (AP) Tbere be was
Obando had taken control In 'a" plants at Bedford, Ohio WHERETO During a brief encounter with and for the failure of the space walking down the Sunshine State
the capital after Paz fled to and Buffalo, N.Y. was not Immediately ;.Slat planet, the craft was to have craft's solar panels to unfold. Fark.iy.a U-pound California
Peru Wednesday morning. determined. snapped pictures and lathered However a detailed study sea linn.
Obando's withdrawal favor The bargaining units bad FIND IT scientific data. showed that the engine had W, H. Alexander a trucker,
of Barrientos eased the tense their International union's ap. performed as planned and that put the sea lion I In his cab and
and chaotic situation but the proval I to walk out at 10 a.m. If C.lce . . 1ZCtessifiad retention of the _pound phoned game warden Ingram
II-17 SatelliteSent shroud could slow the speed of
country still was far from sta settlements were lacking that Hazelltas when he arrived In
Entertainment I Mariner I to
ESTE.NSSOROwounded hour. sufficiently give an Miami Thursday. lUullles I look
ble.The ObitiMffae . 1 Indication ef early shutdown.
has taken Only those plants with unsettled the visitor to the Miami
army possession Aloft ecquirlurn. --
of public buildings In La In fighting. Wednesdayand local contracts which sup Opinion P.'e Signals" first Indicated the .
. f 10Wewas'e
Paz, but armed civilian bands Wednesday night between plement the national agreement solar panels had folded like There's no Indication what the
. 5
roamed the streets. Possibly 40 supporters and opponents of the signed tat September, WALLOPS ISLAND Va. (AP) butterfly wings as planned. sea lion one of the ZalophuaCallfornlanus
persons were killed and IM deposed president were given permission to strike -The space agency launched a Later it was determined that specie who nor.
cylindrical satellite Into orbit today they did not Purpose ef the mally reside en the Pacific
and promptly designated it panels was to draw power from roast, was doing here. Specula
Explorer AIcltntletl the sun to operate! Mariner 2's lion was that UM Gulf Stream
. 'BROKE' ATIILETE FLIES HOME IN BOX-GO.D. turned en all the batteries. threw off his navigation.

experimental equipment aboard
SYDNEY, Australia (AP) right, then hitchhiked LM teem berth In trials but faded few hours I decided to break the Moot-loot Moot diameter
Australian athlete had himself miles Adelaide. and. because be aa broke out.- spacecraft by radio command
Aa "There was enough space seized on the idea of flying He crawled eut dizzy and signals from the ground and ;
home u.d. from
shipped between the planks M give ma home in the crate weak IM said. Alter resting reported that all were operating piii.< *
Britain In a wooden crate because awhile, be cut his through
air and allow me to peep out, He gave entice to Air India way successfully
be couldn't afford a passenger be said. mesh door and hitchhiked
that he wanted to consign a The National Aeronautics and
ticket for the ll.WUnUe Aa Air India spokesman said crate of plastic emulsion to a home te his wife and daughter Scan Administration said W As we enter the doeing days of the campaign.
flight an empty wooden crate big Perth firm. He said be chmbed at time to attend a brother's BOUT* after the launching that I want to encourage all United Fund solicitors who
enough to hold a man was found Inside the box Oct 17 and wedding. have! not finished their aaalgnroenla to take DM timeto
Reginald! Spleen 22, of Adelaide it bad confirmed that the 25-
today at (he air as Spiers said the crate with aim do so. Now.
cargo depot friends drove him to the airport -
spent n hours to the slatted pound satellite was to orbit and
Perth. Sent tod.. it was aGo bide weighed about M pounds Even though contributions are doing better than
box without food or water signed to a nonexistent shoe and the freight charge was gathering toformatlon en meteorolds ever before the last few day of a campaign
Sydney newspapers reported. factory at a nonexistent address At Bombay ka wu taken out about /- That si CM more to space. always seem (he hardest
friends and relatives la Adelaide on a forklift held aloft, then Aaa the passenger. fare, but The space agency hoped btorbit So, tf you are a United Community Fund solicitor and haven't
confirmed the story today. Sydney newspapers said manhandled Wo another Boeing passengers cant travel U... the asetAM between 21) completed your assignment, tt would be greatly appreciated tf you
The accounts said a friend Spars. a Impound' Javttta 717 'and soon we were Dying "As far as I know, aa freight and. CJ7 miles from' earth. Its would set aside theumelnlhenextdayersoto fulfill this community
tailed up the box Oct 17 ta thrower worked his way to azsta.! .* payment las been ceflected M assignment la to eoUia data responsibility you have accepted.
London and Spleen landed at London by ship to hopes tt winning Spiers said "The crate was Bus consignment.- DM Alt Deeded te design spacecraft U you are a cnlxra caM upon 'by a solicitor to contribute to
Perth Oct 2* ea aa Air India an Australian Otympia dumped In a shed and after a India apocaman. efficient eooofti M operate to your United/ Fund, remember that ha er she has donated the

_u__ __ space lot bag periods. time to make your ltt campaign I success) and lend: I hand.,



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rrtooy.Humphrey's. 'Oye"'DIP O. 1964
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in the NEWSBriefly. More About Weather RoundupZONES [ More About Still

GOPFrom Ike

of the Boys'WASHINGTON
1 From Page 1
Page '
I man of "great ability and great (AP) Sen. "I've lived here longer than In \j

did the Republicans have some G astuteness who would play a Hubert H. Humphrey has told any house In my life -16 years

thing to cheer about amid the rflntl Kit lonot Milt .. great part In unifying the party he'll still play this December."
A Pirtly' ctovov one mild Nlrouoh .we'E his neighbors (1)1
carnage of President Johnson's l mroy Low lonignt *> to ... H gn basketball with the kids and Telephone men have been )
landslide victory. They gainedone tommy nun. "..1.". mwtiyIWrthont Asked if Goldwater is still an Installing three White '
Wlnot I N II milot M hour doesn't want to move away
statehouse And In the re- t fur, _... portly ctouoy Important factor or If the party now thathe's House telephonesIn the den
C Fair Satur R must offer another candidate from Coquelin Terrace
election of
Michigan's Gov 4H elected vice president. family room master bed. '
day. Low tonight near SO. four years from now, Eisenhower been
despite a Democratic room.
hoisting a youngsteraloft
High Saturday 10. North to replied Grinning,
sweep of the state some Outside Secret Service
northeast winds S to 10 milesan "We're still suffering from shaking hands he came men
professed to se the building of the
waving took vigil over neighborhood
up -
hour. this past election let's don't get home to a warm

a possible presidential. candi ky lottiroy __ low loflltM" to predicting too much about the welcome Thursday night after .
aJt date. round High loturooy obaut M.
North "It... ., Wmds I to 10 miss next one. I think we have to get two days of victory celebrationswith But everybody_ seemed to
That the party needs a new .n hour. Johnson In Tex- love the excitement.
We have President
oPM,, through loluraoy low everybody together to
face was the consensus of manyof tonight M on boochn, tot kilm. High w trj have a slate that represents And they found the Hum.
l.lurd.y ewes 11. North to .."...,!
Its "
leading lights as they wino' a N la ...,,100 on .....,. across-the-board a very wide IS."For he's a Jolly good fellow phreys were still the ,same
picked their way among the a P a H I- fur through lotur.oy .,, at5tiad'aGAINESVH.LE weakly, as Humphrey
of political thinking little
low tonight M H> ... High tat spectrum the kids sang
ruins. A notable exception wasGoldwater'l urooy M tow KM. Norltl end north- WEATHER the Humphreys drove up In a "We've lost a basketball player .
..ot winds I t. U mllH MI Hour.
running mate Rep. J fin, through toturctty Low tonight Municipal Airport readings More AboutAdalnS big, shiny black limousine. but gained vice-president,"
William E. Miller of New York. low ;ot *n Malls, ... MlondMl said held Steven Mc-
a by
on sign
(. t.turoy obout n MorltiooH t* for 24 houra to S a.m. today: Beforehand police, acting
In Augusta Ga, where he MM winds lull mlloi m hour herd- 12 of next-door
orders had Govern son
82 low Service ,
K Folr, Hirouglt loturooy Low ... High at 3 p.m., Met Secret
was on a golfing vacation Digit' n to 7!. High lolurooy hi low 6 '.m. No rain. ed the crowd of about 100 neighbor, Sen. George McCoyem .

a .'k Eisenhower called for a periodof on S0,.hour Soot Sw.rly, wind II M IS mlln ALMANAC neighbors kids, DS.D."Not ,
consultation among party T/Mennuvunea ILIIWH..I Sumo tads 5.35: pm.aunrw From 1 life .
tomorow C..m. Page and even the dogs on your was
,.. grownups
leaders to discuss the GOP Image HIM" Low 'roc Meenwt .
0wlgtt 7.05.m.
Jock.llit_ 76 NNI Pirn OuorMrPOOMIHIHT II.... 0 Ing with the election and tome behind a rope and told reportersand assurance to his young 1
-an image which Elsenhower 70
ITAP.IDonob friend. He said he'd e
across player
said "has confused Tom,. M U high' ...,....* 0051m. complained themselves that cameramen to stand
so many Allonlo M CNow AII.",. high In oouthwntPomolhoul a 55 ,.... election officials wouldn't let the street from the Humphreyhouse. back on their driveway court.uttuartes.
of citizens Orloont M awton ,.
our and led them to tow In Mutt 070 ,"
u M M ..,.,....... tow In MMConopub 1':11: ,.... them into the voting places. !
think of It as a political doctrine MAO',. POHICA1TSAIT : law in Mum I:., ..... quickly restored
designed primarily for the well. GULP V.I....? mntly "", '110 canal Nay TD5a, Under law both parties were But Humphrey
.l bya wIMl I It II knoll ItirMUl I"- .tu""y NIBS" .t I.OJ a.m. ands allowed to send a poll watcher Informality of his
N to-do," 110" so .,..., Low ., 1:11 S.m, sn..at I the Md. Fer 1\1...., ..,..........'". Mt 1\1..,., i
i to each voting place for each of suburban Chevy Chase IIBNCMM WK' wgtDAISY .
Henceforth Eisenhower said
the GOP must represent a wide, Fire Day ForecastTemperatures I,Us candidates. block stepping out to acknowledge BRAGDON 1

A newly elected House member of longtime Mrs. M.
the greetings Daisy Bragdon 84 j jof
spectrum of political thinking will average the low 80s In the south. Normal
Ken Meyers said at Miamihe kids with
As for Nixon Eisenhower near normal to three degrees lows: SOs In the north and 60s in friends and telling the 4133 NW 2th Terrace died

described his vice president as |above normal. Normal highs the south No rain of consequence -| would Introduce legislation to hand-lettered placards, "Colly" Thursday night in Starke aft
further limit the number of poll .
from 70s in the north to those are good looking signs er an extended illness.
a man "of great ability and range expected.
watchers and make other chang red violets are
i'e great astuteness who would playa -_ I II es In the election laws. "Roses are A housewife, she was a native

great part In unifying the II I Wilfred Yarn, a Tallahassee blue don't move away cause we of Moultrie, Ga
party." who in the GOP all love you said a big Survivors Include two daughters
attorney helped

Pt In Harrisburg, Pa, Gov. Wil I ISEEby i ii watch for voting irregularities, held by 12-year-old Lynda Mrs George A. Moring

liam W. Scranton who tried to p said he would give the legislative Scates, who heard that people vice Sr., Gainesville; and Mrs. Doris

(AP Wlropnott I* mo Sun) head off Goldwater for the nom committee a report on the were suggesting the new Bodner, Huntsville Ala.; a

Seek Miss World CrownJeanne ination and was snowed under, i I III cases reported to him. He said president needed more sumptuous brother, Carl Lester McWhlte.

victory as a repudiation of Gold- the SUN he had called on COP watchersIn housing. Wilmington, Delaware; and :
Quinn left Mid U. S. A., and Jacqueline water's philosophy. each county to give him a report Humphry looked at his and:, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Ray,

both contestant In the Miss Discussing the campaign at a II' tin what happened. est four-bedroom green Coral Gables; and Mrs. Georgia
fiayraud, Miss France POLICE FIRE REPORT GENERAL HOSPITAL and said, "We love,
news conference, he said that I white Reynolds, Moultrie.
World content starting next week In London pone Accident Roundup Nov. 5, 1914BIRms much, we love
where "traditional Republicanprinciples" Plan this home very .
outside Senate HOUM during a visit to London Uni I. I : Group We've been as WALTER FARIS
were used they the neighbors.
versity. Mortar boards and gowns aren't actually a refused to describe Johnson's in accidents reported Mr. and Mrs Manza J. Cobb, comfortable, secure and happy Walter N. Faris, 60, of 114 NW
toward college de by the Gainesville Police Department For Retired
gimmick. They both are working "
12th Ave. died
Fla. could be place. Thursday at Ala-
20 attends Hofstra University at 'were not repudiated.And, and the Alachua Trenton a boy; Mr. and here as we any

!grees.Hempfttead Jeanne N. Y.,,Jacqueline 18, Is also a student. looking ahead, he said the first County Sheriff's Office during Mrs. Aden K. Sowell 1118 NW Founding of a local chapterof Then with a fond smile, he chua General Hospital. I

big job facing the GOP is erasIng the past 24 hours were: 36th Terr., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. the American Association of admitted! it was "patched and He was a co-owner of Johnson-

BATTLE ENDS the Impression "that It Is Joe R. Wolfe, 127 SW 8th Leroy P. Johnson, 824V4 E. Retired Persons will be discus- fixed up a bit but we love It." Faris Seed and Feed Co.

opposed or Indifferent to so- Ave. and a utility pole at 9:15: Univ. Ave. Apt. 3, a girl; Mr. sed at a special meeting Sat- Besides he said nostalgically A native of Farris Chapel,

,Sea Barry Goldwiter lies called ethnic or minority pm. Thursday at NW 19th Stand and Mrs Mose Fleming, 621 urday afternoon. Tennessee he lived here for

to Washington today for a brief Ilrl'a" groups.toScranton 35th Ave. Waldo Rd., a boy.ADMITTED. Retired persons 55 or older UF Law Student nine years. He was a memberof

business stop before going on a said he favored a George W. Jones, 619 NW 12th : living In Alachua County are the First Methodist Church

vacation reportedly to Jamaica.The meeting of the Republican governors Drive and Norman C Math- Jane Johnson, Estelle Fleming asked to attend the meetingat Places Second and was a Mason and S riner.
defeated Republican
JGov -and so did Romney at Is, (30 NE 7th Ave., at 8:27 Charles A. Britt Scott A. the Guaranty Federal com- Survivors Include his widow,
nominee planned to In ContestA
presidential take of business fromthe a news conference In Lansing, p.m. Thursday at NW 8th Stand Stephens Charles R. Hutchinson munity room, 220 N Main at 2 Mrs. Pearl Luffman Faris, a

care some Mich. Romney said he discussedthe 10th Ave. Nancy Ann Sowell AnnaD p.m. Saturday.The University of Florida Law daughter Frances Sharon Faris,
Senate he leaving.
Job Thomas, Hugo R. Crock e r, association Is an outgrowth student has placed second winning Atlanta; and three sisters, Mrs.B. .
He withdrew from the race matter by telephone with Robert Lamunyon, 507 SE 8th
Roland F. Hussey Frances H. of the National Retired Law
for election when he won the Scranton and with Rockefeller. St. and Tuelah R Keith Rt. 2, $200 In this year's Bewley Fort McCoy;

GOP nomination to opposePresident Taking great pains to be re- at 4:10: p. m. Thursday at Haw Gwynn Freddie L. O'S teen Teachers Assn., although mem- Student Awards program on Mrs. Dora Weathersby Long

Johnson. moved from what he called a"liberal thorne Road and Kincaid Road. Jane L. Stevenson all of' bership Is open to all retired The Lawyers Title Guaranty Beach Calif; and Mrs. Rema

GainesviUie; Michael T. H111, {persons over 55. '
moderate" classifies Zareh M. Pirenlan 1320 NW Fund. Little, Washington.lIB.
tion. Hawthorn; John Warren High The annual dues are two dol- Jr. placed
ANTI POVE1TY 25th Ter. and Eugene D. Rosen- Clyde A. Reese ,

fact that In the past several I berger, Mlcanopy at 2:05: p.m. Springs; Polly Ward B r o n. lars.David second against Herbert Buch-'

James J. son; Ruth Bruke; Vence C. Jeffreys, an\ asslsanl University of Mi-
months I've been thrown Into Thursday at W. University Ave. weld of the ;

Norris of Rum- that group, and 13th St.DevendraM. Stanley, High Springs.DISCIIARGED. field director for the retired ami who won $300 for first

.nll'.tN .I... 1m "I'm trying to be a conservative Kochar 412 NW : teachers group and American place.Gwendolyn.

in address before John Anderson of Mnsas as the U.S. Constitution, as 17th St. and a parked car, at Sammy C. Cannon, Mrs. Pur Assn. of Retired Persons will S. Cherry of Florida

the Cath above was mentioned Theodore Roosevelt ,12:17 p.m. Thursday In the unit vis Freeney Gennle Duncan, be In Gainesville Nov. 14 to as- A&M won the 1108 third
progressive as -
olic Ecumenical Thursday as the leg I cal block of SE 1st St. Lillian Harnsly Cecil Freyer- sist In the organization of a lo- prize HIIDI, MR. NAND Pumrll woo
Council at and as liberal as Abraham muth, Sarah J. Hand, S h a ron cal chapter. based the Icn tor Mr. Chiia/. will bo .h... N I tt
NE: is on
I' choke for a new Republican Lincoln. I Henry, E. Milliner U02 The contest f. M. M luno.y,, Nwmtor I. IfM

the Vatican, national chairman. Makingthe 3rd Ave. and Harry D. Truby, Anderson and baby girl; MaryE. CAP best legal paper on some sub .t Pint..Mornln. Ilir, mini Ctiurch
In Lockport N.Y. Miller Squadron win' I. Ad m Cwmnir" .on4ucllntlii
urged the suggestion In Boise| Idaho '111! NE 8th St., at 11:15: a. m. Jones and baby boy Mrs ject written by the participant wool',... url.l, wIM, In Hull <.
flatly disagreed with those who Sandra Wise and I I I. .<.. C_,.." under ttw "lr. llon of
baby girl
church to Join was Gov. Robert E. Smy term! Johnson's massive victorya Thursday at NE llth Ave. and Adds Emergency in the field of law of real prop Duncan Irotrwrl Mtrllcltni.'
Mrs. Laurie Stevens Mrs. Barbara
the worldwide Andenon leaves office Waldo Road.

_' fight lie this year.WON'T "complete repudiation" of the Archie R. Pearson, 1623 SE!: Herring I and baby boy, Radio StationsFour erty.Each university submits threestudents' PAnEs'. M*tor. WALTf Mr. w."N.. -N. FuiwilMnkn ,",..,

Morris, the first conservative policy. What'smore 1rd Ave. and Barbara A. Waters Josh W. Hobdy, Loretta Ben- *. M iii4 N. w. inn *v.. will t..
;32alnst poverty. work. .
: Only one
radio stations partlcipant told r 1'M P.M. ,
emergency on IUIKUV Novom.
American laymen ever to ad- QUITDespite he said It would not ne- Rt. 1, at 9:09: a.m. thurs- ton Annie P, Elliott, Albert S. have been added to the from each school can .II.... Mill I. IfM II. Willi.,.T......., Ch..
council meeting Is cessarily set off a power struggle day at 1500 SE 3rd Ave. Morton Mrs. Mildred Burnham. n.. ,Tlwrnti. Mltclwll con.
"dress a pres- his defeat In las I l Gainesville Civil Air Patrol dueling SO5 .. OWNIM Stry.Je
Catholic within the party. I will M M 4 W r M. M
of the International Joe Calhoun 111 SE 13th Ave. Antlwny
Went New York' cadet squadron's operations, win.Low "m"' .
Tuesday's election I .nr under rh tirKiiM Wll-
Miller said it "natural" of
Emigration Commission In Sen. Kenneth B. Keillng 1 Intends was and Edwin C. Bramlett Jr, LBJ To Two base stations and two BiddersOn 11-.Thtm.. '....11 Horn.
that result of Johnson's 15mlllion
as a 1403 NW 6th Ave., at 8 Ot i,m.
Geneva. to remain active In poll' Visit Australia ;mobile radios capable of contacting I..NDOL'H. Mlf LUCY ANNIS JANI
plus plurality there Canal Lock ,..
Thursday at 600 W. University Fuiwral l wool tor Mrs. Luty
tics. any CAP stations In the 11..1101..l. ... 77, M
VISITS GRAVE would be calls for Dean Burch I SYDNEY Australia (AP) southeastern states scheduled f M m l.lura.y, N opwe.I1 Hsi U
Ave.Patrick were JACKSONVILLE (AP-Two)
another -
"I've no plans to seek to quit as Republican national E. Giffin, 2033 NE 12th CnurtH M God kv Flltn wltO pus'
Sydney afternoon
U. S newspapers to the air this week McKnljhl _'I.. th, lurl
Robert F. Kennedy elective the 64yearold go on New York firms are apparentlow "eM.
post chairman and for conservativesto St. 1. will b* In NoMt
and Larry G. Lee Valdosta said Thursday President John- Mm' CMM'try wiy -
lOiator'elect from New York,', said In an inter., bidders on the cross-Florida Hi* dlrKlIm, DtTMyt Finwrll
Republican yield leadership of the party Fla, at 1 a.m. Thursday at son probably would visit Australia end.Cadet Morn. Mn. D.nMlph, wilt II... II
his brother Steven said
of Wright
vMted the grave view In his Washington office,, to others. 1900 NW 13th St. barge canal's first lock. Moll Sorlntt, r\t\ ', do Novombor t
President John F, Kennedy : 'I next year. new stations will be used for civ IH4 M nor Sons tallowing i llwt III
"but I'm not going to retire. The Army Engineers announced ... .
But, he said, the GOP would DWI The Sun reported from Canberra 10. Mrt. HoMolvn WM Horn on Arii
Thursday. il defense search and rescue that Brook- 7. in; MI FKKUO on* hM iivM
'"'The former attorney general 1 I His plans are still up In thii hold Its present course. George W. Jones 619 NW 12th the Australian capital, operations by the Air Force aux Thursday In .fund,.. on* Hlgn iprlngi oil o"wll'o
Co. and M
field Construction Inc. lonMlon' woo rnombor air and he's In no hurry to rush Drive was arrested by Gainesville the visit probably would be m. Church Mrnony
walked slowly around the grave i I iliary. N Go by 5,1S1 on*
: ...
Arlington National Ceme-. them now. He expressed hope Tough ClimhCOLORADO police Thursday at 1.40p between March and May and Plans are also being developed Baylor Construction Corp. each enurcn yoon.ntI tuvorlnloAOonl.*., wo nwtntr N .INN I"oy ".-

Include some form I m. and charged with driving that the President almost certainly bid S5,594,300. This Is 8171,000 School. ) IurvWlnoN' ."..
Iffy, then paused briefly with they I might SPRINGS Colo while Intoxicated. for a five station networkfor below the government esti- l.mlly .,* t .......'.... Mn. A....
head bowed. of government lervlce.B' I would bring his wife and a four county area that' IM Prlco of Hlgn' Iprlngi m* Mrs.
(AP> Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fire Calls ,daughters. mate for building the 600-foot- Fonnl* M Irown of Tonwo I *..t.Jomoi .
... includes Williston, Cedar 1 C
Key UMldoICK of ColumMO'
.e+ Hartley of Yuma, Aril, drove At 1:49: a.m. Thursday, a fire There was no confirmation In long lock about 14 miles southof Sod flock Jonnrni of Hilt Iprlntii
r *. !'., \ ,' f Melrose and Trenton as part of n ronochllron. .,Mt *
4 grin
,I their 1908 model Brush automo- In a frame building I In the 4500 1 1ale. Canberra of this. Prime Minister .' the CAP'S 300 station stale network 1 Palatka. cnlWron on* I grool-friol oronocHHron. I

bile to the top of Pike's Peak block of SW 17th Ter. No dam- Sir Robert Menzies Issuedan The lock, which will raise or ,"ell.. ollftooron. will c* D....-
I ewe of Wo Churcn N So oy "
14,110 fret ubove SM level. Invitation to Johnson when lower barges 20 feet Is one of WHO bi rocolvo, o> Do,,"',

Hartley said he used almost as At 1:52: a.m. Thursday an he visited Washington last June. Garden Club five planned to negotiate a 1QO-) 10'u_0* .f, M Horn. on* prides from 4 or lit fill f M.CnurcHof unlit 1

much water as he did gasoline electrical short at Jackson's Menzies said later the Presidenthad I font ridge between the Jacksonville sin Gael p.M by. on Foil Soiurooy.WfATHigi Iron. II M AM..ntl'

/ making frequent stops to cool Mlnit Market 2821 NW 6th St[ agreed !In principle to visit To Hear TalkThe and Yankeelown ends of ,
Mil aNNa N -
the one-cylinder e n--: Damages 81.000, No .!Injuries! Australia.Kiekoff Men's Garden Club of the canal. Mrykot for ..,., Awl H
_... .
1 og* ft, will 00 hot* ot I MPM.
v Gainesville will be addressedby on loturgoy Novombor 1, W+cN
'rrk Dr. Edgar W. McElvee, :Modern Cake .PflonN/lip' sprier, cnu'oS. W"Sno '
D. i Whit* concttlKi* Iho wrvkot.
ka.Alai head professor of ornamental LARKED, Kan. (AP) Fellow awl'01 will' bo to D..... Coir: .
torv ot VI_.. Co. nor ... "'rte'
horticulture at the Universityof workers modernized a Hon. *l DorMy-t Punrol Horn Mrs
Woorhon" wilt Nvo ot 411 NiM ohIt
Florida, during Its scheduled birthday cake presented to ", GII....'".. .'lo. Novomoor I. low.
In ....... .ol. follow.Ing
meeting Monday. "" A'' OonorM tMM
City Manager Wayne Baxter on Ihort IHnou. lurvKiing ....-
Dr. McElvee's topic will be his 60th birthday. San of mo fomlly ... .huiMn*. MrJowph .
"" ........, I _...... Mr Borl
i "Lilies For Our Area. Instead of the traditional 60 Sit,,, of a,. ........11... ,... 0** MrWottor

I The meeting begins at 8 pm.I candles the cake was decoratedwith Horcwn mpMwt of on VI*__",'"..I AcnvoWHITI. mvnocot .

in the Guaranty Federal Building a 60 watt electric light MI/SNrN, .111 bo O.cwM of PINrd
i ro:! N. Main St. bulb. on S.NIM, CIwr.l. .

t .
w "' "I. WA" 'II PunorM opvkot
for 100.... Wt//t.at" M. 5o.wwN, ,
WIN ko 5s04 ot I.ot PM. on lunjovriovomoor ,
Have You Received 5. toss ot "Mt MrM / .
tlof enure wM Hhxtoo' ooMucmg
*o .......... SWIM wM 00 o> 0'1 '"
Comotory end, mo clown'. of HvonM -
4 CnMtnvt Mrs WMM wno 50
County Tax Bill? 5, JMuws. Pus''.. dal Sow." 7t.
.... N .r.IlptrU. w_.
Mfg, W51N" _ot ...., HI Auguot 1In W.
Plor... or* llvo* mot
Tax Collector Shellie McKin-[amount due. Bills paid In De- M. twr MuMon._... 100... ...... woo 0 nwnbor

ney said today that taxpayers'cember Ire discounted 4 -__N Ml S.1M5.01.. tnorcnGainttvilU ,
+I should have received their! In January 2
e I Iw per cent,
1961 county tax bills by now i and In February 1 per cent V0 SunPubllsd

Anyone who has not receivd -'discount Is allowed; In Uarch,

t' his bill, McKinney said, |and bills become de'lnquent! ,1C1 f
hould check with the tax coJ.ector'l -.with a 3 per cent penalty *n Ap- Someday' end) Sunday momlngt -
office In the county,. tv (So.eIIIiOtSISI

: ourthouse. I McKinney said no second bills ***"Jecc: G .Ine.vltle. Florida
Bills were mailed Oct. 29. well be sent until March. .., '
I(, There- nd .d n Mcend (too*
.. Several dozen bills have been '(
fore persons who do not re w.w/st N Snot 0tfIc0 RGStt..Otlle
(AP Mint*** N In* lull a ''
eturoed to the Us collector'siffice abut their bills now win lon FIaridLC'"CULUIO

by the postal department the opportunity for an early l SATIS ITCAKIII

Kidney Transplant itner because the taxpayers''payment discount Ot MAIL

,lave moved or because of an I The I Woo ..,
1 tax collector ,
Mary Freeman left to receive a kidney from her n-uifficient address. said that If I Man. $5.56M
before the delicate a land owner has bought his
twin sister Nancy poses operation tcKlnney said these persona property anytime mail .....'Ip ** fimMe

at the Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas .must contact his office If during< this paid Barbecue they :year, the tax bin Is luted In'
Mrrj, SUTMU of
Thursday. Mary was bora with both kidneys too (f Audit
east their bills ta time to quitrj the
name of the old Orcuatian.PEOPLE .
small and weighed only a pound and li at birth I'F Head Coach Ray Graves tempts Charlene Ralaguer left) and Jndl Soul I for the early payment du- Those should e w a. r. a' -.. S
persons check .
31 pounds at age of ( and has added only 3 pounds lathe with a howl of barbecue prepared for the annual Florida-Georgia Kickoff Barb- 'shill his office If the bin for Uses .Pms.. -. ."c-II .. Ml__msp _.

last 4 years as a result of her failing kidneys. Cu. set for 11 a.m. Saturday In the Jarkwmvllle CoJUfum. The event sponsored .t 'i paid this month cad be has not been forwarded '-- .. ....

Nancy wIhl100 pounds. by the Jacksonville UF Alumni nub. (LT Photo) disawfltad: 4 per cent of the them McKinney said. to rA..r..1- -- .wwt..

. 4 j .. .

Friday November 6, 1964 Gainesville( Sun 3

\1' Could Tragedy Have Been Averted? 1 Tedious Ballot -.


I By JACK WILSON But at tits time the President of the State Department that veys or checks of buildings it were possible with a vastly It recommended such tnspec
Cowles Washington Bureau visited Dallas the FBI office I this man was a thoroughly safe along the route of a presidential larger force of security officersto turns in the future.Cooperative Count in IllinoisCHICAGO

If WASHINGTON Uilng en among itVrs! complaining! !risk, he had changed his views motorcade. For the Inauguration do so, many observers have
[jn I hindsight It Is obvious that a abut having bten given an undesirable ]he was a loyal man now and and certain other parades felt that such a procedure arrangements between -
Secret Service and I to-
few simple protective it e p s dwoarge from t b e ,had seen the light of day, so, In Washington where the would not be consistent with the cat police Informal (CAP) Speed was live chamber was elected froman
I would have prevented the assassination Marine Coi pi. to speak." Hoover said traditional route 1 is known to nature and purpose of the motorcade were and the keynote In naming winnersIn entire state, rather than
pretty sketchy. Police acted
of President Kennedy I to let the people eee the on Tuesday's election but not in from districts.
theory that their
last Nov. 22. their President and to welcome principaljob Illinois. Although some of the smallerof
::4 If Secret Service had checked "'" "If '1 ,,, ,,.... '1; ii' I him to their city," was to control traffic and I Teams of counters plugged the state's 102 counties had
keep crowds In line.
buildings along the route of the : ;t AssassinationBald ; ; I The Commission was not sat, .' away today, three days after their votes tallied Thursday,

motorcade through Dallas it The f : .Kennedy, .. .. : isfied with this explanation,I In Its final report the W.rren' the voting, on the mammoth Job counting in the larger cities,
could have discovered Lee Harvey '". I,since Dallas had been considered Commission made some record' of determining the 177 winners especially Chicago, dragged on,

f Oswald and his strange, ---. .. "... ..-. '- a special case ever since the, mendauons for Improving presidential from 238:! at-larga candidates for with the end still several day
r warped mind lurking In the there had momentarily lost the report was based on interviews the public long in advance of trip was planned, although It, protection, but it recognized the Illinois Home of Repre-,off. By Thursday only strut
Texas School Book Depository.It track of Oswald's place of resIdence with Oswald in the the event, buildings along the was for the wrong reason. Right that complete security I Is! sentatives.The 'one-third of the vote (bv3he
could have taken steps to although they knew he U.S. embassy in Moscow, when route can be checked by team wingers were active and virulent Impossible m a democracy. It candidates were lifted on densely populated Chicago Ja
keep him away from the front was employed at the book de- he was trying to get back to of law enforcement officers In Dallas. Adlai Stevenson made no recommendations as to an orange-colored paper ballot had been counted. _

window. pository. He was not considered this country. and armed guards are posted ss Jostled, Jeered and spat how the President should conduct three feet long, and voters could Political parties accused Orb
If the Federal Bureau of Investigation dangerous, though, and the "How Intensive or how extensive along the route as appropriate upon when he spoke there Oct. himself in the Interests of pick as many of the candidatesas other of delaying the counting,
had taken Oswald fact' that he worked in a buildIng that interview in Moscow "But on out of town trips 24, a month before Mr. Ken- his own lart'I)'. thy .wanted up to the 177 and In Chicago three DoBo

more seriously as a potential on the motorcade route was, I don't know," where the route is decided on nedy's trip. This has been a sore point limit cratlc candidates filed IUt- In
threat, and had recalled that he made no impression on the Hoover said "But nevertheless and made public only a few The day before Mr. Kennedy with President Johnson, who It was the first time In the Circuit Court charging thaQhe

worked in a building with an agents Involved. it was in a State Department days in advance, buildings are arrived an anonymous) handbillwas feels' he has been criticized country's history that a legist Republicans were delaylnChe
excellent view of the motorcade James P. Hosty Jr., the FBI document that was furnished not checked either by Secret distributed, bearing a 'for' Ignoring safety recommendations count by falling to provide
and had told the Secret Serv- agent who handled the Oswald to us." Service agents or by any other picture of the President and the that the Commission enough tally clerks.

ic about It, he might have been I case in Dallas, told the War.' When Hoover's statement law enforcement officers at the caption Wanted for Treason.'" never made The President Insists PoliticiansGood Democrat: Mayor RIchaH J.

s forestalled. ren Commission that he didn't was made public the State De- request of the Secret Service. The morning he arrived a newspaper he follows precisely the re- Daley of Chicago accuseOhe
4 But information about Oswaldwas I know until the night before the' partment denied it had any document With the number of men avail carried a large advertisement quests of Secret Service men Losers GOP of a "determined 'etnw.
scattered through several murder that there was to be a' giving so favorable re able to the Secret Service and containing a violent right, assigned to guard him. down" In the counting. Republicans .

I files, and there was no provision \ motorcade, and that he didn't' port on Oswald. It's report from the time available, surveys of wing attack on him. A large In Delaware blamed the confuslnrr' ; on
for bringing the data together realize it would pass the Book the embassy said he had "ma hundreds of buildings and thousands billboard in the city bore the Aside from recommending a the Democrats and calltdtfor

and doing something Depository. The Information had tured" during his years in Russia of windows is not practi: legend "Impeach Earl Warren," larger staff of Secret Servle e GEORGETOWN Del. AP two l0-hour shifts each:Jay,
( )
and closer between -
i about It. been in the newspapers, but it and was less arrogant than I one of the rallying cries of the men cooperation After each Instead of the around-th.*lock
cal."In SS the rBI and other roasting; other politically -
The Secret Service' Protective was not part of Hosty's assignment before, but it said nothing Dallas the route selected' far rightists. And before he In the election marathon. =
'j Research Section (PRS) and he didn't pay much about his being a "thoroughlysafe necessarily involved p. a s big left Ft. Worth to go to Dallas agencies, the Commission recommended Democratic and Republican State law rprovidea thafr-the
kept a file, by city and state, attention to it. risk." through the principal downtown that day the President talked a computer filing rivals got together two major parties be responsible
of persons who had made And, he said, even If he had Secret Service men who made sections between tall buildings about how easy it would be to system for all potential assas roasted Thursdaymd for providing tallying teams.
an ot.
threats against the President or recalled that Oswald worked In advance arrangements for the While certain street thought to shoot him, given a high win sins. The present manual filing Winners In Tuesday's election Some 1200(1( extra employeswere
who had written crank letters a building which the motorcade Kennedy trip did not check the be too narrow could be avoided dow and a rifle. system In the Protective Research instead of the recruited! for the Cook
forcing losers
indicating they were potentially would have to pass, be would building along the motorcade and other choices made, I It In this climate of hate and Section Is obsolete amcan't eat their words, salved hurt to County (Chicago tally -hi 31
with the
dangerous. There were no not have cited him to Secret ,route. James Rowley, chief of was not practical to select a violence, the Commission felt cope masses of feelings by sharing with them a counting stations.
names In the file from Dallas. ,Service as a potential threat to 'Secret Service explained why route where the President could the Secret Service should have data available, the Commission traditional roast ox sandwich. Outside the Chicago area,
The FBI had Oswald's name the President. There was nothing 'I not: 1 1I not be seen from roofs or taken extraordinary precau- said. Secret Service la now Democrats and officials reported that the counting

on file because he had tried to In Oswald's file, as Hosty I "Except for Inauguration or: windows of buildings. tions. "An attempt to cover only taking the first steps toward paired off In automobiles Republicans In a was nearing an end St.

renounce his American citizenship read It, Indicating he was capable other parades Involving foreign "Nor Is It practical to prevent the most obvious points of pos setting up such a system parade, losers patted winnerson Clair County, across the Mississlppl -
and become a Soviet citizen of violence. dignitaries accompanied by the people from entering such buildIngs sible ambush along the route In the backs and the winners river from St. Louis, WIIhalfw.y

: during a trip to Russia, and FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover President in Washington, it or to limit access in every Dallas might well have Includedthe Next: There an itlll said what great guyi their through Its 132 pre
opponents cincts.
because he had written letters, told the Warren Commissionthat has not been the practice of' building to those employed or Texas School Book Depository unanswered questions about were. Officials said there I
to Gov. John Connally of Tex. his agency had "a report the Secret Service to make sur I'having business there. Even if Building" its report ...Id.A the smamlnatlon.VF The occasion for the post would be no letup until the countis
completed today or Saturday
'/ .. election harmony wu Return Democrats and Republicans I
Day, the traditional Thursday nominated 111 candidates each
Fin The OfficialsTo TO OBSERVEVETERAN'S after-election day custom that for the at.large election under I
II IIj started In the
days before rapid an agreement reached last

Dedicate DAYA communications.It spring to Insure minority party
j was then that people In representation.The .

I I southern Delaware's, Sussex ballot-compared In size
CapitolWASHINGTON Post OfficeThe moment of silence, the playing of taps and a cannon County would Journey to George with a bath towel-marled palling -
salute will mark the observance of Veteran's Day at the University own-usually bringing their i places Tuesday for an estimated

AP) Unemployment of Florida Wednesday. own oyster sandwiches fried total I of 4 S million votersIn
in October continued $22 million Fed era University President J. Wayne Relts announced arrangements chicken and whiskey and I the itate. Officials placed a
a'asilrr Building dedication on Jan. 10 for the brief ceremony, scheduled to begin with the gather at The Circle In front of
; nlne-mlnuteUmlt
each voter
at the 5.2 per cent mark, $ ,,arr,1 I on ,
but the Labor Department re- Is expected to Include Congressman presentation of the colors In front of University Auditor'lum the courthouse to hear the re- but still lines weaved through I
D. R. (Billy) Matthews and st 11 a m. turns. doors and down sidewalks.The .
that the monthly Job
ported Improved U S. Senators Spessard Holland A one-round salute will be fired from the Scabbard and The winning party usually did at-larga election resulted I
figures were last and George Smathers, Chamber Blade cannon and laps will be sounded through the Century he celebrating I from the state's failure to I
over rellp'i
year. of Commerce Executive Tower public address system. A minute of silence will be observed Return Day was revived to portion the House districts
The department Thursday Vice President Billy Mitchell celebrate the
during taps. Democratic victory bated 1060
:. on' census flgurf
listed the number of Americanswith said this week. Dr Relts ot 1138 .
has asked the faculty, staff and student body of when Franklin D.
Jobs last month at 71.1: The new post office build. the University to participate "as a gesture of gratitude to Roosevelt carried all but two
million an increase of 300,00 Ing opened Oct. 19. those for whnm this day la dedicated." states, and Georgetown's merchants .
,... and the number of jobless at Plans for the new building began mostly Republicans i

,.1 million. In 1956. The Florida con- I nowadays revived the holiday
Compared with last October, Eagle WeekThis rresakmal delegation, led by ROTC as a promotion/ stunt! t r.r

employment was up 1.2 million Matthews, guided the leglsla. Program Thursday about (.000 Delewareans -,
and unemployment was down I week Is "Save' the Bald acres available JS CooperativeBald lion for the new building and Including Demo

about 200,000. I Eagle Week". I Eagle Sanctuaries.In construction began In March ratio Governor-elect Charles

Alachua County, over 7,000 1963.The Studied Terry dressed In IDUi century
WASHINGTON (AP) A In a proclamation, Governor acres have been designated, Otto Jacksonville firm of Reynolds at UF costume, and parading In

presidential emergency board Farris Bryant called attentionto Vaelchner, Chairman of the .. Smith and Hill.. Architects and buggys heard hors'l
recommended Thursday that the decline of America's national Bald Eagle Sanctuary Committee and Engineers, designed suits read from the court house
some 27,000 firemen, hostlers bird and urged all citizensto for the Alachua Audubon the three story building and seven man faculty cnm- Ida Is studying recommends. b.lrony.nd cheered the rally I 1I 1\\

and helpers on approximately participate In the campaign Society, said.A aniela Construction Co. of mittee at the University of flor-!lions regarding the Reserve Of. as if they were nearing the .

180 railroads receive a tw -year toretain the bald eagle for succeeding program of eagle nest observations 'Jacksonville was awarded the fleers Training Corpe (ROTC) count for the first time

wage Increase totaling 18 cents generations to enjoy.Florida' In this area will be :construction contract by the Will IV'omeiiBecome program. I'I'Wh '

an hour. 1 Audubon Society re organized soon by Dr, Oliver U.istration.S. General Services Admin. I University Vice President Miami IhiililcrI I '
President Johnson appointee ports that citizens In this state Austin, Research Chairman for
the board to broad off a rail have made over two million the Alachua Audubon Society. A for Academic Affairs Robert B I Acquitted '.OOOd.1iIle"I'
strike threatened In a dispute Mauls called on the committee
between the railroads and the Jay-Walkers Dying BreedCHICAGO I to itudy four sauce In connection 111 Homhing ,

AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Locomotive ( Auto Mechanics Courses Immoral? with the present ROTC pro JACKSONVILLE
and I..m: AP) A
Fireman Enginemen. Charlie Suffers
(AP) A medical: sound tap, described as main
MIAMI AP-Apparently) at a educator I The Implications of the
says technology maycreate against James Ksath-I
A wage Increase of $175 per Begun to Meet Shortage loss to transform reckless motorists a new shortage to mankind new ROTC Vltallzation Act Icy, was ruled out and the M-!
dav. Instead of the hourly increase Cuba Is trying to make women.If passed by Congress this year, year-old Miami builder Uneasy Bladder I II

was recommended for Three automotive mechanl e s Instructing are local Journey. III pedestrians behave, Infant mortality rates could on local, ROTC units. dered acquitted of complicity was or in

several hundred engineers represented courses have been started by men mechanics who have been Havana radio, monitored here,I be decreased Dr. Sheldon Ber I Ways and means of encouraging a Miami bombing. I ti
UnwlM .tI"l or drinking "
by the union. the County Board of Public Instruction certified by the State Department said 2,000 members of the Com gee said a shortage of women larger enrollments in Criminal Court Judge Hans tnm of mild, ltd innoyutg .r.'k' I
Under the recommendations in an attempt to relieve of Education.The mittee for Defense of the Revoution -I throughout the world might I'the senior ROTC programs Tsniler Jr., who directed the lrnlillonl< rrukui you Ittt (Mini.ttntt .

the firemen's increase would be the shortage of t r al I n e d classes are being held I were deputized to eye result. I The of verdict Thursday, said most end niht,yncantforuhl.,ilk niiung ,MikulM Aed IIrtHlnt ,
15 and theengineers' Havana pedestrian Those The Ironic Dr. question voluntary pas- h.. niKcuUi ..... I Iduo
retroactive to Jan. mechanics In the county. reason, Berger dx.K< or KhM puns
from 7 10 p m. two eveningsa caught violating traffic laws will I or compulsory ROTC during the sages were Indistinguishable on la ...,..........., true a ttnoimnil i
June 1. said Is that the male adult U
Courses being offered In week. must be the ,
are Applicants tape M
be made to wear a visible badge freshman and sophomore years purported to be a con- .UPMI .S's xldlng row minry
Union and management negotiators motor tune up, front end align- high school graduates, betweenthe evidently less fit for IUrvlv.1th.n ersation between Keathley and -dne 1.' .H iry brM i Pilli I
"a moral fine" for doing Time Do ii i rill KI 1 war red se .dy
female.Dr -
the credit rstlos In
plan to meet Monday in ment and body repair and paint of 11 and 28 and they Donald Branch ,
ages wrong, the radio said. I ROTC who la now ralltf' I Th r hire I MMhing "lt ilon
to discuss the board's ing for nearly 40 men enrolled. must have had at least six I Berger associate director courses I serving a 2 hliiidM Irruuuim. J-A toot yam
In anticipation, the radio said 0' Evanston Hospital's Department I -year sentence for "I.nl sites nIl ....1... ......... j'
proposals. The courses are not new, but months experience. 00,000 badges have been manu- Implementation of the R 0 TC bombing the home of Miami h..AKh." "".....1.. .hot sad ,.,....
I A course fee of 110 covers of Research and Education Vitalization Act will permit Jun Herald editor Don J-A .......'fUUy mild ......... n.uoe \
have been expanded to meet a actured.
said Wednesday that his thru In* kidiwyi limlini la lasts*
AP Alaska
( ) lor :
WASHINGTON local! demand for trained auto class room materials college transfers to the University Keathley was tried In Jatkson- irw tuiDui' at the I H nub* of kidiwrlurm.
Hawaii are the two new- assumption Is not science ticIon. to skip the first So, sit IM MIM !luppy nlwr
and I w o villa at
mechanics Garages and shops I Courses In other fields suchas request of his counsel: .
State Sales million hive .alor\ d la ever *V
union, and they of
est states in the years ROTC training by substituting who, said ..
have been leased In three sopsrate motor rebuilding and automatic He said that, generally, IM publicity in the Miami > "
have the youngest populations, facilities by the School I transmissions are in the Tax Take Up males art born for every 100 before attendance at their summer area would prevent hie getting IMC'*0', '.aha?'"*OstDoan's
too. Board. process of being formed. emales. camp entering Junior a fair trial there on charges of Urg. .....
Bureau said at the
The Census year University, a Doss s rill.
Thursday that about M per cent Mechanics interested in par. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I At age 30, Berger said, the military spokesman for the local I possessing and setting explosives.
of Alaska's population and Well Drillers tlclpating In any of the programs tale sales tax poured 111 mil- ratio la evened at 100 to 100 unit said M Ne. 445 ?

about 79 per cent of Hawaii'sare may apply at the Boardof Ion Into the treasury in October, because males generally die atan .
under 45. The national aver Hold WorkshopThis Public Instruction. a gain of 12 per cent over theomparable earlier age than females The new act also provides for '
cent. month last year After age 30, he said the figure,an In cadet pay from picture SKIP
is 71 making
per 127 to
age MO you
per I
About U per cent of the na WeekendThe Bar Patrons Revenue Commissioner J. Ed rapidly drops as males die ands \
i females live to an older r Students who take advsntagel I
tion's populauon is over 63. But Strsughn reported Thursday.He age.
only 2 6 per cent of Alaska's and Fourth Annual Water Sec Monkey said collections boosted to Berger said a "world short-]of the scholarship section 0I111e'' 774) FLIP ?
4 9 cent of Hawaii's i is. Workshop, a two-day programfor 71.1 million the amount of money age of marriageable females act will be paid a higher rate I \ )
Florida well drillers will PHILADELPHIA (AP) the three per cent levy has could happen tomorrow depend- of $50 per month, plus fanes i ;
WASHINGTON (AP) The be held on the University of Frank Rizzo, bartender at the' produced for the state since big on research or take 100,covering cost of tuition, Jlv I a g I need a

White House Historical Associa- Florida campus today and Saturday Swarthmore Hotel, called the July, start of the current bus). years." expenses end books._ i \ I f if you

Don will publish on Dec. 2 an in- Pennsylvania Society for the ness year. This I is a gain of 111 ,1 /

page color book on the presidents The workshop/ Is co-sponsored Prevention of Cruelty la Animals ., million over 1WW4 and the result

of the United States. by the University of Florida I Thursday to report a of tax bYTeaws voted by r vJFDLPV
The new book an Wee of the Agricultural Extension Service monkey In the bar and dlnlnj the lad legislature

late President John Kennedy I,room. Gasoline tax Income In October
F. and the Florida Institute for M4V'(iwwc JYMWNAANTENNA
was written by Frank B continuing! University Studies,I He said It apparently had lilt was tlH million, a drop of
Friedel Jr- a Harvard Umversi- in cooperation with the Florida i In after closing hours Wednes- (411,73! from October of last Call ut lot your JFD leg

ty history professor. Well Drillers Association. Its I,day night I year. The five per cent tax M Periodic LPV /Installation

A half million copies are purpose is to provide general Rizzo asked that no one come sports goods brought In $111,>>1, and settle down to the best ,

being printed. The book will sell Information, aimed at mere,for, the monkey until after 2.XDL a Jump of 200 per cent over colections TV pictures In tight-black
for io cents with paper cover effective engineering Installation'p -"after the lunch patrons for the comparablemonth and white, and color. -

and sun l lUon ill orders a clothbound which cost edl-ZS and operations of water treatment eave. We don't want to disturb, last year when the tax tar an a acre N .woos to see &_..,... s_*wq
Mail .them." I was Just f)1II11nto effect
equipmentFive TIM .. tt M own l. ..Mw
being accepted
cents more are ...... --- -- J.F.D.
by the White House Histories University of Florida 1 -- s.nw Maas 5s50 MMe I T.V. L FM
Ablation IIU H St., NW., professors win present talks on UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP era $1295

Washington D C.*I. business, engineering, and agricultural
topics at the confer

Market ence. They are Robert I. KITS UP
Egg Clue associate professor of SPEAKER: DAVID W. BROWN

JACKSONVILLE I AP/-Y erth., finance and Insurance: Donald! Minister of the Umtanon Churchof 608 N.MAIN.

east Florida III Market prices I B. Wilcox professor of Industrial Orlondo .tII'JIIt&I COUCH'S
engineering! : R. b art I
large 1II by 0; N. Carter Instructor in marketbig. OUR HISTORIC ROOTSAll
loge Enra 43V*. tom; 45: JDedj.'( : James F, Moore, ..... NO T.V. BETTER THAN THE
0.31. messy: 11 small n.Jl Mast professor' of accounting, Who Art 'Interested Are WICOfN

urn moat:' oat land. A. )I. PttUs, agricultural II ..m. Sune'ey. NOT. I 024 N.W.10th A..... I ANTENNA & ITS INSTALLATION1
Pw1IrJ law fryer tt service engineer. I

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JT 4 Gainesville Sun Friday, November 6, 1964(1aftwzufIk -,


'uit I = I / Issues


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JOHN *. HAIIIIIION, Pratlfenl .... -- I '* Will RemainBy
H. P,5Ii5.ry PAT COWLI1. Vice Pr.l.Florida's SOUTHBy -:.-
-, ID JOHNSON Vice ,..".... ----.
Beautiful ..d .......... ....., w. o. (551)551550L5 I "."c..-. DAVID LAWRENCE
vise Pn.si..ee and AM
University City' wOisle a/raterl' 505 TARTAOLIONerVisa RALPH Mcfill.L people today know the
PrtMtnt ..* Clrtulitltn M....... P.II.... Peal ........ FibHitatOf I WASHINGTON The American
... ,....... SOLO e.....,...... winner of the presidential race but do they know what

THE SUN'S POLICY O WM decided by the votes of more than ?000,000 person -

The Real what Issues were resolved and what policies were approved"VresideTjohnson
1. Report the news fully 5nd Jmportiolly In the news column.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun I In--but only In- dilonoi.! ''ta rfi.i In one of his speeches last week, said:

3. Publish oil sides of Important conUovirtlol biutl. r "I want the mandate of this election to be written strong

All 378-1411 Story InVictory and clear so that none will mistake the meaning."
The Sun's telephones: departments The campaign speeches themselves, however were not

clear and there were plenty of contradictions and para

.i doxes. Neither the victorious nor the defeated candidate row
united For when some of the
can boast of a really party.
Binding Up the GOP WoundsIn major Issues of the day are voted on in the coming Congress

A towering tidal wave of it will be found that, as in previous years, a coalitionof
will be lined on one aide
and Democrats up
his decisive ground some accommodation under votes in the nation's presidential Republicans
winning; victoryover election swept all while a combination of opponents from both parties will be

Senator Barry Goldwater and which both could live That clearly is the accumulated garbage away of found voting the other way.

thus earning a four-year term "on not possible with the Dean Burch smear books and pamphlets

his own" as the 36th President all the sick propaganda and NEITHER POLITICAL.party has managed to present i
Dominick and
and the Peter the
each has taken refuge In generalitiesof
Lyndon B. Johnson wisely seeks to falsehood. The result was a clear cut case,
Rousellot elements running things. rejection of Barry M. G old.1 -,-MA.Lhst.' criticism or rebuttal.
the _.. .
bind up nation's wounds. His water that gave a mighty I _. -- The two biggest issues of the campaign, "peace" and

plea is for national unity and he to the MAINSTREAM?" "prosperity," were affirmatively proclaimed t by both
Yet this day of Republican disaster answer "Choice, not "WHICH WAY TO THE
candidates as objectives.
gives no indication that the Democratic an echo" slogan of the curious
and disunity they are the pea But a presidential elec-
Administration will be vindic- claque of extremist groups
tive or small ple who hold in their hands what is that had supported him. DEFECTORS FROM GOP tion does not necessarilymean

left of the Party If these extrem- that the views expressed -
Only In the areas of the old will prevail. There was a

The Johnson victory is stagger ists are suicide-bent politically as cotton and sugarcane South considerable reluctanceIn-

some pundits suggests, the GOP where much of the arch II I c deed of
ing; in its magnitude. Indiana for Reunite ? a sense mlsglvlng-
Far Right may decide to take the plantation culture and prejudices Repel or among many voters on each
example voted for a Democrat as still have deep roots,
party down with them rather than side to support the candidatefor
president for the first time in 28 was there sullen and blindly whom they cast their ballot
bow to the will of the American irrational of the Gold-
years. Ohio which the Republicanshad support Nrni tyurk JTtmf All either shunned or openly Vice President Nixon, G 0 vs. It was often a feeling

counted on, went decisively for people. water program of racist prej- national Scranton of Pennsylvania, and that one party and its can-
opposed the Republican -
udice of the klans and birth-
Johnson as did all of New England. BY ARTHUR KROCK Hatfield of Oregon, Senator i didate represented the "lesser -
Massachusetts That would be tragic both for the type mentality. ticket without incurri n g Dirksen of Illinois and Cooper of two evils."
It is
Party and for America's political WASHINGTON- President the loss of party votes e.- and Morton of Kentucky a It would be a mistake to
gave Johnson, a. Texan a greater THE SENATOR from Arizona Johnson has four years in .
sential to their victory. of called moderates -
mixed bag so assume that the election ends
margn of victory than it had given system. Historically each major par had spoken to them from which to supply the answer and conservatives. the the debate and
its own native son John F. Kennedy ty has tolerated those of widely differing beneath Confederate flags. He to the great question createdby MOREOVER. SERVICE to the bitter feelings that have
has to cast out the the most emphatic vote of
beliefs (just as the Democrats Is
consideration BUT IF THE PARTY been the
when he sought and won the the practical political engendered during
Court and to restore preference ever to a
today can claim the loyalty of Supreme given remain Indefinitely dis- defeated
not to campaign. The -
Presidency in 1960. the old concept of states' national candidate: How will of token or active sup- panty
ultra-liberal Representative Pepper, unified a role of some impor- will keep on fighting, and
rights. Georgia provided the he use the mandate to lead port of the national ticket did
tance in the reorganizationwill there will be a refer
the made from Miami and the ultraconservative surprise. The south areas and that has been so of many
The voters of nation it one govern not supply the Ingredient have to be given to leaders ence to some to the cam

clear that they do not trust the new Representative Jim Haley of of Savannah, Augusta, and Co- overwhelmingly tendered by victory to the following Republican of the so called liberal paign statements which attracted -

brand of ultra-conservative Republicans Sarasota.) lumbus, which for Eisenhower had gone and Republican the American people? nominees: Taft for wing to Gov. Rockefeller, attention.The .

that have rallied to the Gold- Nixon repeated. But rural But In the two years before Senator in Ohio; Wilkinson for example, whose sup port apprehensions of the

water banner. Giving up political power and control counties traditionally Democratic the next congress! o n .1 for Senator In Oklaho m a ; of the national ticket was critics that America is drift-

it is achieved is act elections the Republic a n s lukewarm at best; to Gov. ing In her foreign policy and
once an and faithful even to Bush for Senator in Texas ;
must evolve the answer to Romney, and to Se n a t o ra could become Involved In a
And with the election decided an of great courage and selflessness.We Kennedy, vented their resentment another question posed b y Charles Percy and Winthrop Javits, Keating, Case and major war have not been

important question stays unresolved hope and believe that Senator over civil rights to go Tuesday's Democratic land- Rockefeller for Governor in other members of the partyin abated. Nor have fears been
for Goldwater.
-what is going to happen to the tat- Goldwater being the loyal and decent enough to place Georgia They were with slide: How to regain Identity Illinois and Arkansas respec Congress, who openly de dispelled that the economy of
It however c-
tered remnants of the Republican American that he is, will lead the anticipated defections of as a coherent and responsible count tively.In part may for elections a to fected. the United States Is at the

Party With its far-right (and dom- the movement to preserve Republicanism Mississippi, Alabama, South party of the Opposition? the offices of Governor o r The Democrats forestalled moment In the midst of an

inant) wing so thoroughly repudiated as the "party of manyhouses" Carolina and Louisiana.In IN THEIR SEARCH for the Senator of Volpe in Massa- this problem which I has dollars artificial of boom borrowed as billions of
the Atlanta area two Republican chessetts Williams in Delaware plagued and damaged the Republicans
would that the He- which it had been in the the ;
one suppose answer Republicans are since the San used to prime the pump
congressional e f Pan- ever
in Kansas
publicans, conservative and liberal 1920s and became once again in the forts strongly backed and confronted by an issue which nm in, Avery Arizona Prouty, in Francisco convention. The and as budget deficits keepon
Involves both the ethical and
would try to ;find< ,some meeting Eisenhower administration. well financed, were crush e d. considerations 1 of Vermont and if the lee- delegates at Atlantic City met Indefinitely. Significantly
The Goldwater committee I practical under officially pre scribed neither candidate during the
to rest with him
saw comes
T h i I is-
professional politics. s campaign made a prediction
had made its strongest bid on on top Scott in Pennsyl- terms that they "would par- i
Is whether those defectors
those two races and fa I led. from ue the 1964 national ticket vania, while all these s t ales ticipate In good faith" in the as to when the. budget would '

North Georgia responded well. except Arizona were being convention's decision; and be balanced.

But in the southern half of who owe to the Republican carried by the President and that delegates who refused to I
Voice of the Party their for
People the state a campaign that other Democrats. pledge adherence to these
election to office
distorted and falsified the Civil public "decisions" were "subject to the nature of the campaign I

Rights Act won enough adherents should share the leaders hip Other results add to the dif- expulsion by a two thirds is widespread. The assumption
to In the task of reorganization; ficulty of evaluating, as a of the politicians is that
put Georgia in the vote 1
0n The Siia's Opinion Page. ------ and whether they could do the like "folks """
Goldwater Republican c o)1- matter of practical politi c s, people )

urns, the first time in Its his that effectively. In his newt the degree to which viet o r y talks, handshaking and baby.
OpinlMi 14 ._M..... .f Sea _.... ere wilccm In the Voice *l the P..pt. salem*. Letters conference Wednesday Sen. defeat Is Inherent in the kissing. Attempts to portray
Scale kt sliced end bean the wita.'s add. .... NIHIM will k. withheld. If r''Mil''.. A Ittttr ih.yl4 tory that the state had so vot- Goldwater strongly implied or
..., .....4 500 *'*>.. end meet k. *iin.n .* eater ene side .t Iht ,...'. tarry ........ k. M.... Th. ed. an open or virtual I defection a congenial personality
Sun reserves tile rlfM H MM| | my Itttw If t* ihrt* It, Hh.ul ,h.I.. .. the write,', mniiliif M'Atrocity' opinion to the contrary also from the decisions of the A Soldier Ire hardly substitutes how
_I.oonoon..... THERE WERE OTHER a resolve to try to enforce it national party convention by ever, for an exposition of the

contributing factors. The in partnership with the Republican candidates who partlcipa t e dIn issues that face the American
It sells more newspapers and tion asserts that "the subjection state's senior senator Richard For UN DiesA
leaders In Congress. these decisions. The same people in these troublous
magazines but we can refuse of peoples to alien subjugation B. Russell, who had led
to buy them. It takes Intestinal e The consideration of Is true with respect to the small in Ne times.It .
domination and exploitation and lost the filibuster against politi- story a w
Of 'HonicEc'EDITOR
fortitude (guts), to denialof the rights bill, refused to cal ethics that is Involved does consideration of politicalethics. I I York newspaper attracted lIt- is obvious that the min

change anything but let's constitutes a speak or work for the party's not appear to have operat e d But in expressing the tle attention recently, in the ority party had no opportunity

Sun: As a new start and adopt the slogan fundamental human rights nominees. He contented him- adversely Tuesday In several judgment Wednesday t h a t a face of today's world events. to prepare its campaignuntil
comer to the Stale of Flor- and Is to the Charterof defeated party cannot be ef- after the Republican
"Let the candidates speakfor contrary self with saying he would vote important contests won by But it has some special significance -
ida I am still in a state of themselves." the United Nations." and fectively reorganized by those National Convention. It was
the ticket. Only the vigorousand such defectors. Outstand 1 n g to UN supporters.
shock concerning a certain candidates and other leaders too short In whichto
DOROTHY PRIEM further "all people have the consistent work were the elections of G ova. a period
of I h
atrocity Inflicted on the high right to self determination." Romney of Michigan Evansof who defected, Goldwater was General Ralph Monclar 72 present thoughtfully pre.
schools of Florida. I refer to young governor, C.rlSandt'rs. In with two years old died In Paris this current
Not Enough These stipulations fully cover prevented I. Washington: and C h a f fee agreement professionals pared speeches on
the state requirement that all the Hungarian position where margin of defeat. rger of Rhode Island, and of Rep. whose experlen summer. One of the m not subjects. The Incumbent administration

high school girls must have a Vole MachinesEDITOR thousands of Soviet soldiers That the five states of the Lindsay in New York City. qualifies them as experts in decorated officers In the enjoyed big advantages
year of "home economics" in prevent the once Independent this field. French army he was com- In publicity.
Old South should have p r o- mander of the French forces
order to graduate. nation .
from defined
Hungarian exercising Neither candidate
Sun: Since such a vided the small hard core of in the Korean conflict.
THESE ARE the former
the the to self-de kind
Though I am hippy that right Goldwater comprehensively what
large voting turnout was an- support Is a melancholy -
schools do offer such a practical termination without foreign the National Chairman of the When asked why he felt so of foreign policy the world
there not commentary on
ticipated, why were
course to all students domination.Yet values of those voting and Democratic and Republi can strongly that he should join could expect from the United
available so
who wish It. I object that the more voting machines their of the parties, James A. Farley and the volunteers going to Korea States If he were elected. The
to take care of the vast the Committee applies a on awareness na
Leonard Hall each of whom
Is he said: "I have a Communists assumed that
academically capable girl tion's commitment of future youngson
number of voters? double standard to Its duties. a
forced to forego some more of and advancement. In twice led his party organization and someday I want the Johnson policy meant an"accommodation"
I know of some who did not While Investigating the situation to overwhelming victory
him be able

to to that or concessions
suitable say
course. somewhat slender
vote because they could not of those under British producing a ,lei ate Ytr TlniM. in a campaign for the presi-
his father was a member of and that his defeat
The truth Is that the federal stand In line and wait waited French or Portuguese dom margin for prejudice and for staled this
BUDAPEST Hungary dency. They same the first United Nations would bring a more resolute
government provides money ination, it closes its toward withdrawal from the m a I n-
an hour and twenty minutes eyes conclusion last Sunday on a
stream of national decl.1o n, The Joke mills of Eastern Eu army an army that Is trying position against both Red ChIna
for programs In home eco- the East European coun-
with two small children nationwide television
pro to out the wishes of and the Soviets.
those who made the reacted quickly to news carry
nomics. The state shrewdly tries, unwilling to recognize up area rope
(aged 2 and nine gram.If .
democratic nations after did
saves the salaries of a certain months) and I went during Soviet coloniallzation. Is the of victory for the senator revealed of Nikita S. Khrushchev's The American people
they banded together for the
once more how that judgment prevailsIn not get during the campaignany
number of subject-mat midmorning.No Independence and the right to separated ouster. One of the latest:
ter specialists by requiringthat self determination more justified they are from reality the reorganization of the first time In history to atop idea of what may lie

all our girls do their wonder some peopledon't In Africa or Asia than and the national course. I a Aleksel Adzhubel who was Republican Party It will be an act of aggression. Even if ahead for themwhether
bother to vote. ousted from his edt the effort should not succeed, their will be drafted for
time la "cooking and how to In Europe? Georgia, at least they have post as directed by the "loyal" can- sons
be charming". MRS. LINDA H. AVERY not won a true victory. They tor of the Soviet government didates who won Tuesday or it la something to be remem- an enlarged war In Viet Namor

In October we commemorated have at best succeeded in newspaper Izvestia at the ran close races with the winners bered with pride." whether the trend toward

What kind of professional New Officer In the eighth anniversary of delaying the state's progress same time his f.thern- and by leaders who were Monclar was his Free higher unemployment win be

pride can our teachers maintain the tragic Hungarian uprisingIn and temporarily blurring its law lost his Job as Premier, not candidates for office In French pseudonym -his real resumed when the economy

when they are not free Federal Bldg.? which the youth of Hungary Image.IN learned abruptly that he had 1964 The latter include former name was Raoul Margin-Ver- faces a crisis.

to prescribe the course of fought and died for freedom married for love. President Eisenhower, former ney.
study best suited to the Individual EDITOR. Sun: I recently under the Russian tanks. RETROSPECT 1M triumph THESE ISSUES are not the
student? of anger, hate and prejudice that have produced
occasion to visit our only ones
The great French ..writer Al- In the small of
F. C. BAR.NETT brand new Federal Buildingin group worry but which were really
downtown Gainesville. Its bert Camus shortly before Sou'hern states may prove, POTOMAC FEVERBy glossed over during the cam
his death said of the 19M Hungarian In the long run, to be a necessary
Election Show8'Clean.Up' cool paign. Notable among them
gray, spacious InteriorIs
Revolution: "To reach They are so
therapy. JACK WILSON Cowles Washington
something we all have a Bureau Is the "civil rights" contro
and convince those In the much alone. Their posh
Need right to be proud of. West who done their eyes and tion Is untenable for any long Now that the election (Is over, both parties have buried the hatchet and versy. The Democrats And gaveIt the

As I examined the Building ears, the Hungarian people period of time. They are still started looking for something a little more permanent. scant attention. for a
Republicans, except
EDITOR, Sun Tuesday the Directory, however I noticed had to shed their blood, whichIs part of the union and bound few did the

day of the elections and that perhaps a new office already! drying up in peo- by its constitution and I I. ws. It was a near thing for a while- ether get the votes all in before the same.generalities Yet the ,Civil Rights

there is no winner. This election |had been added in the building ple's memories ." They have, by their action, so voters were. Act affects citizens everywhere
has saddened most and not a word aboutit Isolated themselves that they of

Americans, and with good in the paper. Could you enlighten The Hungarian Literary cannot fail to see how terriblyand Some candidates complain that this was a heck of a year to have a short enforcement, and looms the question large. Undoubtedly

reason. The most glaring need us all, sir, with regard Guild, representing over SCO Irrevocably alone they wool crop not enough of it to pull over the voters' eyes. considerable -
there was a
Is for cleaner elections and to the function of the Hungarians In the United are. They are surrounded by vote cast In

straight news reporting. I had Poastmaster?" States and Canada has sent sister states that have committed The State Department Is worried because nobody knows who listened In certain protest and many
hopes when newsmen spoke ROBERT G. HOFFMANN a letter of protest to the Chairman Committee themselves to progress on those microphones in the Warsaw embassy. It may have been just Polish persons who preferred to Ignore
of the U. N. Special -
out against "Hate letters that of .four. In education and industry. The spies but suppose it was Republicans t the issue win not. of

kill" and McGlU spoke the Double Standard Twenty Goldwater victory In the South course be able to forget It or

loudest. Well again he has As an act of reverence to Is a pyrrhic one In the full King Saud of Saudi Arabia is dethroned. That's terrible just when be unmindful of Its consequences -

been the loudest but this time On Hungary the thousands of Hungarian sense of that word. Cadillac is getting back into production and needs the business. as the law b enforced

he is the plotter.We students who died for free Nationally, the Johnson vie -- .

must Insist that the can- EDITOR Sun: As you may dom In 19M, we hope that tory was awesome In Its massive Saud had 45 sons the last time anybody counted. Now that he's out of It would be interesting. Indeed

didates be permitted to speak recall, the United Nat lens some young Americans will size and in the fact thatIt power hU enemies are spreading the rumor that he also had a daughter to have some of the

for themselves and they do Special Committee of Twenty feel compelled to send a similar carried governors, senators pollsters take another soundIng -

enough of this to keep the tour created In 1961. was requested protest to the Committee and congressmen to trlu m ph. LRJ signs a new foreign aid prodding a $3.25 billion program smallest Just a year from now task

rupaprrs filled without the by the General Assembly as a gesture of sympathy The Democratic party Is in fire years-hardly enough to be worth _..tin,. the people whether they

"n.wj analysts," doing the to examine the application toward the Hungarian peo- stronger than at any time I were glad they voted Democratic

misinterpreting and setting a of the Declaration of ple.ALBERT since the peak Roosevelt Republican are snaking a real effort 'It get party unity. They feel that : or Republican In he ..

match to every Issue. Maybe Human Rights. The Declare WASS de CZEGB years. That Is the real story. surely an elephant b big enough to lie down together presidential contest ef t3W -

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LeagueLuncheon I PrincessMargaret lUOffiEfl 0 f n 'I II II Fish-Seafood School IT'S COUCH'S FOR IN.

I Wears New TopperNEW I Attended By 60

fluiD THE
ListedPlans "Don't overcook fish" Mid i Alachita Courtv agriculturalagent
Miss Arleen Harsgaard, H o m e Wilburn Farrell, and
,Economist for the Department County Home Demonstration SELECTIONOF
for the Junior Welfare of Interior, Fish and Wild! It. Agent Mrs Josephine MiSwine
League Sustaining Members fall 1,, ,) .' Service, College Park, Md, ata were coordinators of the school
luncheon, slated for Wednesdayat '-':""I' '".\ '''ffflIL Y YI four county fish and seafood H. P. Mcfford, marketing specialist
11:15: a.m. at the GainesvilleGolf ,4.\; : school held at the Utility Bureau of Commercial
and Country Club, have Department Operations Center Fisheries, Department of Inter
been made by Mrs. Burton Wednesday. ior, Atlanta, Ga discussedthe
Woodward and her committee., I Ruth \\eimer This session was one of a ser- marketing of fish, pointing ALWAYS FIRST WITH THE

'The Children's Theater Com l _-Women's Editor_ __ I lies of 15 statewide schools spon- out M varieties of fishery products .
mittee, composed of active ,isored by the Florida Agrlcultural available In Florida LATEST FROM ZENITH
members under the chair. Extension Sen ice. Mr Medford Identified new
manship of Mrs. W. C. Ruffin j littleWomen's Miss Harsgaard demonstrated fish products on the market.,
Jr., will present two scenes five fish cooking methods -One of the newest Is fish I
from "Pinocchio" at noon, following I 1 broiling, baking, boiling, steaming flour or fish protein concen'
a social hour. and frying.Representatives. Itrale. _
Reservations should be made 6 Incited to attend
by contacting members of the I were from Ala hua. MarIon

luncheon committee by Tuesday Bradford and Levy counties, I
They are Mrs T. J. Davis,i) included home demonstrationfood l+1i I I
Mrs. T. M. Brill, Mrs. T. S.i,, : ,"'"' ,. Dance and nutrition leaders, home I I I I I Il
George, Mrs. R. L. Henderson, economists, school lunch supervisors
Mrs. M. M. Parrish and Mrs I meat and fish market
B. M. Woodward. .. 'Sleepy Hollow" will be the managers, restaurant operators armanclla'sS .eNa.a. l/55

; theme for the first Little Women's and extension specialists and
Cold Cut.
dance to be held Saturdayat agents _____ end C/n. Cut
the Gainesville Women'sClub Order. Also, e ANT'S..1,5., ft I1.rr.

; West University Avenue Sun Want kto". :"'SolodeTo .
from 1:30 11:30
: to : pm I

.1 Dress will be country clothesin i \ds Get I ., '
keeping with the "Barn I = '

.,-.._ ..... ,," "W' ." Dance" theme. Results
SUNDAY, November \ .n.M iiMre
TOPPER Princess Margaret, making Chairmen for the dance are
Coffee complimenting Miss visit yeslerday at the Lady Eleanor Holies Schoolat Miss Kathy Sites and Miss RobIn -I I- I
Kay Nelson, fiancee of Ron. Hampton, near London, wore this velvet, wide. Richards. I I' IopeMItS'S
aId Wiggins, 3:30: to 5:30: p.m., brimmed roller hat. The rest of her ensemble la en Committee members Include: SLEEP BETTERin ,.,,..u.d111..1.. The) PMHrONAIftt
Mrs. Frank Ussery, (17 NE hanced by a fur neck collar and a string of beads., Miss Linda Adkins, Miss Lynn' cud e Iu1 Slim M.d.l, trim Mra, twitmgry,IMM*WI*
SAM WOSOSS $5 ItIe 5.5 ttyttngi CempleMejly ir ntitt Tenth Place. Barger, Miss Cherry Caldwell, the cozy comfort of /MI! 2tn Ih Irtntitlnrt prt.
Miss Susan Cunningham, Miss P .I. .,..,H.. vtde> tetoliir tt.reitiont ptcnc.*
I fT *t r eet>e>nrtai|ty IMMrttf >
Davis, Miss Beth l.m/.w..l.el a.Ms. a Nle/),Chooiei frrt m Ihr..
Judy FLANNEL 1 r/.l a.nnb : ..r..l Or.y InA
Calendar By Josephine LowmanJ Miss Carol Edwards, Miss Jan w..5..nl./.w.. t 1. 'd S's..nd woo.,s
I Everett, Miss Lynn Hartman I A.N.s5 e$5..wkN.

Miss Helen Hyatt, Miss Patty 539.95RADIOS
Of EventsTODAY Why/ Grow Jones, Miss Susan McVay, Miss PAJAMAS ZENITH CLOCK

Anna Moseley, Miss Karen S1895 & Up
Poole, Miss Dorothy Ridgell,
Miss Mary Schwab, Miss Sally
November I
Smith, Miss Margaret Stryker, 2.27
Gainesville Orchid Society, Old? I
Miss Jull TenEyck, Miss Judy
I p.m., City Utility Center, I Thompson, Miss Rosemary BUY 6 FREE DELIVERYWAYS
555 SE Fifth Avenue I
SATURDAY, November 7 Threate, Miss Linda Wilson and Reg. 2.99 !re a su: BY OUR OWN
Miss Suzanne Woodward ,
Little Women Hollow Don't Plan Color
"Sleepy" ChangeOf Refreshments will be servedby LADIES SIZES 32.40 US! OUR ZENITHTECHNICIANS
Barn Dance, I.30 to
Miss Mindy Bevllle, Miss LAY.AWAY
11:30 p.m., Gainesville Woman's Eyebrows At Home Cindy Clardy, Miss Jan HenneaIcy Full length pajamas in PLAN
Club, West University \ cotton flannel that ,
Miss'Jane Hartman, Miss,
Avenue Music' the Cobras. is soft Cr
by so comfy eaiy t
I Q. I want to dye my eyebrows There are wonderful light bras Jean Ann Mull, Miss Mary Susan to wash, too w
GainesvilleLioness black. What kind of dye designed for the young teenager. Soxman, and Miss Mary'
should I use' I II If any of my readers would Tunslall. Wide selection of styles -

Club I A. In my opinion it would be like to know more .bout these I colors stripes & prints. Co ,

Gainesville Lioness Club will dangerous for you to try to do send a stamped, self addressed Training Excellent For Gifts, Too! f
hold Its first meeting of the this yourself This should be envelope with your request to .
year Tuesday. at S pm. with done by an expert. Also be sure me In carl! of the Gainesville, Conference I. Use Our Convenient Layaway Plan yA

Mrs. Harry Bryant, 2201 NE that the operator :Elves you a Sun. .
12th Street, as hostess. test first to be certain that you Rear Bells I i I Northern Area Training Conference .S
Mrs. John Beckum, new presIdent are not allergic to the dye. Q. I have a noise in my ears for the American Legion HOUItS
requests members bring There are such splendid mascaras like a ringing bell. Can you tell and American Legion Auxiliarywill GO FIRST TO MOVNEISNER'S .
i gifts for their "Secret pals" on the market, even waterproof me what to do for it' be held Saturday and Sunday THRU
that don': at the Riviera Beach Motel SAT.
Transportation may be arranged ones you A. Most folks have this experience
by calling Mrs. Beckum. need to worry about lashes.Q. once In a while However Daytona Beach 9-9
A steak and dance will '
I am so unhappy that I am if this is not temporary, supper j'
PreferentialTea I worried to death It Is ernbirassing if It does not disappear, you be held Saturday evening ati!>
I to me. I will soon be 12 should see a physician. If he American Legion Post 50. TrainIng GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTIR ZENITH "ALL AMERICAN"STEREOS
school will begin Sunday ,
Is Slated and I have no chest Most of feela It la needed he will send on 1130 North Melit Street
at 10 a m. followed by lunch- '
XI Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma my friends have chests and you to a specialist son, ,I
Phi has elated a preferentialtea some of them wear bras Please Q. I am having a problem with $6995
for November 5 from 3 tell me what to do. When should hair on my face. I have been Ii I-,
to 5 p.m, at the home of Mrs. a girl begin wearing bras! ,using depilatories for a long ( FROM
Leon Mims. A, In the first place do not let time. Is there any way to kill C&ritftmatf Cluti Uerberi : TO REPAIR FOREIGN CHANGERS
this or embarrass the roots*
The next regular meeting will worry you i
be held at 1528 NE 13th Street. Many girls do not develop A. Yes, electrolysis Is the only Christmas Gift when EASILY OBTAINABLE NEEDLES -
Receive this free you
XI Phi Chapter met recently busts until after 12 Just give way
for a covered dish supper and nature a little, time A girl Q. What causes hairs on the THE BEST OF TONE PERFORMANCE
regular meeting should wear a bra when the busts face at middle age'
I developed er.ough to need one A. A change In the hormone Join our New Christmas Cluba DEPENDABILITY & LASTING QUALITY

Marriage for appearance or support setup.CONGREGATIONAL. I

.AnnouncedMr. and Mrs. John 0. Tynerof I E. & R. Open To 9 p. m.

Williston have announced the UNITED CHURCH of CHRIST
marriage of their daughter Miss ra
Jo Anne Tyner, to Luke George An 0,..nii.ti.ft.l M;..tmf T. form A FRIDAY NIGHTSCOUCH'S
Sresovich of Jack o n v 111 e,
The wedding was an event of! Wednesday, November 18thAll

July X, 1964, at Kingsland, Ga lit,".... ,....... C.N ;i t ri 1 Y
The couple have established 172-1117, i7C.else w |7'-04I" V M F.M. RADIOHEADQUARTERS
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It.i're'it" llenks AeiJ.bl.. et ..III", Scenes 'Chartered and Supervised bv SAVE IY THE 20th.
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Gain."m. 5..11 friday Ho".mber 6, 1964

Road In Nation Toll r


( AP) The I nation's

traffic deaths in the first

nine months this year hit an I all-

time record, and the toll appeared

racing to a record high

In 1964.

The National Safety Council

said today there were 34570

deaths on highways from Jan. 1

to Oct. 1. The total was an Increase

of 10 per cent over the

31,310 killed In traffic accidentsIn

the corresponding three quarters .

of last year.

The council said the nation's

traffic fatalities, which for 20 I -

consecutive months have exceeded 1 -
those of the same monthof McDUFF WELCOMES
a year earlier, apparently, ? FROM FRIENDS
will reach a toll of about 48000 NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH
this year. That would be an ill- WITH GEORGIA
after the previous YEAR'S GREATEST
time high APPLIANCE
record of 43,600 deaths last VALUES!


Statisticians noted that about

half of the Increase In tra.'fic
deaths had resulted from collisions :
between vehicles. This FREE BASKET OF TIDE

was an indication they said'

that congestion had. bearing Take Your Choice.NT!
on the rise. YOU

Other factors Included a I LNORGI1E I BIG 14-LB.
swelling number of young drivers

product of the postwar baby
boom, and apparently, an increasing I I LEWYT I I WESTINGHOUSE I

number of high-pel i

formance compact cars in use. I DELUXE MULTI-CYCLE

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tar lt.. tollwlnt' aiplombt, m. '" I I 2499
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IA. u ,Friday.h _November_ f, 1964 _. ._ __Gainesville Suit S

1 Y of Special InterestTo I Hospital Auxiliary Members II ITS FORN.

the Colored Community Attends ConventionEleven COUCHES

News Items for this page should bt directed to Ben F. Chflda, Colored News member of the two 0. P. Agee, Mrs. Kenneth I Speakers Friday morning CEN. FLORIDA'S LARGEST

editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or bY phone at FR 65753. Do not send I Gainesville Hospital Auxiliariesare Bzock, Mrs. J. Barton Hoag will Include: '
Items directly to the Sun office. in Clearwater attending Association and Mrs. J. Hillls Miller. I L. R. Jordan of Gainesville
1 of Florida All sessions bring heldin administrator of the Universityof SELECTIONOF
Fwwil rnnatmnd, nOl Ml.1 N.I will to tow w ** I Auxiliary are
meetings held in conjunctionwith the Jack Tar Harrison ho- Florida Teaching Hospital; ZENITHSTEREOSRADIOST.V.S
NOTICE Christ Sunday the annual convention of tel. An afternoon business William A. Taylor, administrator -
Ailing In Medical Center I The Friendship Choirs Un- a.m.: morning worship, 11:30:
the Florida Hospital Associa 1 session today was to be followed of the Variety Children's
Floyd King, Sr., Is sick in the ion w III present Its regu- a.m.. Young People's Willing L- tion. by an Informal party at the Hospital In Miami and Dr.

Medical Center at Gainesville'lar monthly Inspirational Program Workers' Meeting, 1:30: Alachua General Hospital 1 Beileair home of Dr. and Mrs. Merrill F. Steele, administratorof
Friends irs asked to visit him. at Zion Temple Church, p.m.: and evening worship
Auxiliary will be representedby Peter J. Spoto honoring state the Bethesda Memorial Hospital -
.Monday at S p.m. The pro--8:30 p.m. Elder Days pastor; Mrs. Hess G. Florida, first I,board members and all Mound In Boynton Beach. ALWAYS
NOTICE ,gram will be featured with musical Mrs. Hugh Jenkins, reporter. auxiliary president and a member -'Park Auxiliary members at. The afternoon will be featured WITH THE

All members of the Community and literary renditions.. Shady Grove Primitive Baptist of the original state execu- tending the convention by group conferences.Mrs. LATEST FROM ZENITH
Gospel Choir are asked to I The annual election of officers There will be a Business tlve I board; Mrs. Edward Mrs. Spoto was first president ) C. W Breslle of St,

meet at the home of Mrs. Mildred i will follow the program. Let all Meeting Saturday, I p.m.1 Byrne, president; Mrs. Meigs,I of the St. Petersburg Petersburg Is conference chairman

Barker, of 1715 S. E. 12th members attend.APPRECIATION. Mrs. F. D. Shannon will give Haggerty, first vice. president I Mound Park Hospital organization and Mrs. J. W. Pipes of

Ave. on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. the annual report. Sunday. and Mrs. Allen Y. DeLaney Boynton Beach is ins tit ute
: School with
SERVICE Superintendent past president and Slate I Leadership Institute chairman. .
Reverend L. Souder Lewis C. Williams and -- -
Wesley Institute
Health Career Chairman.The Tomorrow a Leadership
ARCHER NEWS will be feated with a testimonial teachers In charge 10 a. m. University Medical Auxiliary on hospital volunteer

ZOth AnniversaryThe service Monday evening In con- The pastor will review the les representatives will be: I workers is sceduled with Mrs. +

Grand Union Lodge No. nection with its Inspirational son. Consecration services 11 Mrs. Stanley S. Ballard, first: I Germaine Febrow of Chicago, l !

34 will celebrate its 20th anniversary -.Program at Zion Temple He a.m. Song service by the choir. president, and Northeastern Director assistant director of the Division )I I I I I I I l
on the second Sunday In 'has been with the union for The devotional services will be of the association; Mrs i of Hospital Auxiliaries of i b I IaNl.

November at the St. Paul Baptist many years. All members and conducted by the deacons. The T. F. Parkinson, president,the American Hospital Assocla- It\

Church at S p m. friends are asked to be pres- Choirs' Festival will be held, elect; Mrs. L. E. Grinter, Mrs.Bridal .' ties, as co-ordlnator. armaaci
The main speaker will be ent. F. G. Wingate, president; 3 p.m.; and evening worship, .ur. +
Charlie Ross of Gainesville on Mrs. F D. Shannon, secretary; Communion, washing of feet. I Au't Cold I Cuts J t
and Ch.a. Cut
the occasion. Mrs. A. M. Pridgen, program 8 p.m. The pastor will preach Parties I to Ordtr Alto o

The members of Lodge No. chairman; Mrs. G. L. Souder, Zion Temple-Church School VoN.ty oSoloAs
113 and other are Invited. Thomas reporter. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 To Go.

Rollins, Sr.. president; Mrs. a.m. Evening service 7 p. m.

Katie M. Nattiel, reporter.IN PERSONALS There tors and will their be two congregationswho visiting pas Fete Peggy Albright/ '

Miss Mary Hunt and Miss
will render "After Serv-
Annie Mae both of Augusta I
MEMORIAMIn ices" with us at 7 p.m. and at Miss Peggy Albright, bride- More than 53 guests were In t rto6&fr
remembrance of our mother Ga., were sightseeing in 8 p.m. Please NOTE: Many elect of Lawrence Gayle, was I, attendance. ... tt. -
and wile, the late Mrs. SylviaC. the University City yesterday. of our members have not paid honored with a luncheon given I

Davis, who departed this life Mr. and Mrs. Albert Danilei their General Claims for this Tuesday afternoon at the Manor -
and son, Jim, all of New York, loooNN
today. George Da.
one year ago year, and the conference year Restaurant. MII/Iw. ./, TIM MINION
*! *
via_ husband, and children. N. Y., arrived here as guests will close Sunday Nov. 13, and SLEEP BETTERin ANOYMY, MNN M of relatives and friends for two our Annual Conference meets Hostesses for the prenuptial a"rw. In T..MI/Av IMAM..
i lty nilC 1 mplM
weeks yesterday. Nov. II. Therefore, party were officers of the Business : {-site l,.nunnri ILn.IM.NMI Ore.
TALENT PROGRAMThe Helen Wednesday the cozy comfort of tdO aN./.rNA, *
I Mrs. Glass of Tampa, lei us respond to this call at and Professional Women'aClub. LY/ele.Y.IMa AML mXil'ntVf'mKiii/ 5'to l.r
New Salem BaptistChurch tl passed through Gainesville i r 0in Hit, ,.NM.. FAT Ihi..
yesterday once. We are asking that a good I Pnwrlvl Lnllh ?"'"'! CH rt l Ofty i i
Choir will render a talent I W.Mmif > .... 1. .,
en route to visit at Edward FLANNEL n.l |* ("I Of filMi end WXiU,MS
; program at the St. LukeA. Waters College at Jackson- number of our members attend The wedding of Miss Albrightand AvtaiMtM //-h.*. *""..l"* awl..
IS at' the conference. It Is meeting at Mr. Gayle will take place
M. E. Sunday, Nov. ville.
3 p.m. Rev. Johnson, pastor;I James Monroe of Clearwater the Hood Temple Church at Saturday at 7:30: p.m. In Waldoat ZENITH CLOCK tjft$03r'9o

Mrs. Idella Rutledge, spon- passed through the UniversityCity Tampa. Rev. W. L. Souder pas the home of Mrs. Pa r k e PAJAMAS 51895&

sor; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. yesterday en route to via Winter cousin of the bride- RADIOS Up

II It at Walker's Business College elect I

at Jacksonville.Miss tor.UNICEF An electric buffet service' ,2 .

TO APPEAR IN PROGRAM I Mary G. Fagan, of Atlanta ,tray was given to Miss Albright I $2.27LADIES BUY 6 FREE DELIVERYWAYS
Ga., whose visit here
who also
The choral group of LodgeNo. by the hostesses, was I
and Jacksonville for the past presented a of yellow: BY OUR OWN
113 will appear in an anniversary corsage 32.40'U"
two weeks has been pleasant, SIZES
Sunday at 3 rosebuds and the arrangementof
p.m. at program the St. Paul Ba pilot flew to her home yesterday. Program"Saturday's pink roses centering the' Full length pajamas In e" o LAy.USI OUR ZENITHTECHNICIANS
James L. Miller of Is
Tampa luncheon table. I 100 '.
Church at Archer. Rev. H. % cotton flannel that !
visiting here with his sister,
Foye, pastor, sponsor of Grand collection of Hal- is so soft & comfy easy
Mrs. Nancy H. Speed, for two Places were marked for the I /
Union Pallbearers Lodge No. weeks. loween 'treats' of coins for UNICEF bride elect, Mrs. Jayne But- to wosh, too. r.

34; T. J. Rollins, president;I Miss Minnie Young, of De- the United Nations Chil terworth, Mrs Bob !toundtrt't.Mr. Wide selection of styles -

Charlie Ross, president of group Land will spend the weekend dren's Fund, will have tar- .. Lee Dollar, Mrs. M. H. colors stripes & prints.
and also president of Lodge No.here with her aunt, Mrs. Daisy reaching results In many partsof Brennan; Mrs. C. A. King Mrs. to
113; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter.! Floyd, and other relatives. the world," Mrs. Thomas G Hill English and Mrs. Ann Excellent For Gifts, Too! r

Mitchell, chairman of the local Paullin,. .
NOTICEAll said
choral group members of CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. program" Another pre wedding courtesy Use Our Convenient Layaway Plan
"It Is still too early to know
Carmel Sunday
Juvenile Lodge No. 113 are asked Baptist how much collected I was given recently to honor
exactly was -I
School 1:30
to meet today at 4:45: p. m. : a m.; morning although 1300 has been reported Miss Albright by Mrs. Clifford HOUtStMO
at the home of Mrs. Quisle i worship, 11 a.m.; Baptist, Morrow, Miss Ells Mae
Whatever the amount, It : Union 5:30 and
Ross, of 704 S. W. 5th Terrace, Training : p.m.: Schenck and Mrs. Janie Noe
will and for THRUSAT.
evening worship, 7 m. There mean help hope EISNERIDGAINESVILLI
today at 4:45: p.m. for pray will be mid-week Meditation sick and hungry children in The trio gave a miscellaneous N .
lice. Miss F. M. Fox, presidentof of the world Mrs shower at Primrose Inn.
Services many parts
Mrs. P. L. Scott, di Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; 9-9
Youth Forum Wednesday 7.30 Mitchell aald. Pastel colors were used I In
p.m., and also the Choir will "Every penny contributed by the party appointments.The .
NOTICE have Its rehearsal and Ushers' our generous fellow citizens will hostess gift to the bride- SHOPPING CENTER ZENITH "ALL AMERICAN"

The Eastslde Church of God Board No. 2 will meet, I p.m. give a hungry child five cups of I elect was a hand painted serving 11)0 North Meln, StreetCfjrfetmas
Teachers' Meeting Thursday, milk, or provide the vaccine to
and fellowship

in Christ will) worship
with Zion Temple A 7:30: p.m.. and the Choir will protect a youngster from tuber-l I STEREOS $6995
again have Its rehearsal FrI- culosis," she Indicated.
M. E. Zion Church Sunday at7pm. .
day, I p.m. Rev T. A. Wright, UNICEF assists over 500\ FROM ..
Elder J. C. Carter pas- Club ffltmlJtr
will pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, long range programs for :
tor, and his congregation El- reporter needy children and mothers in NO HARD TO REPAIR FOREIGN CHANGERS
of the services.
have charge
will deliver the mew Johnson Chapel Baptist more than 100 countries.On this free Christmas Gift when
Sunday School, 9.45 a.m.; and Halloween, more than 3
his choir will sing.
sage,' 5:30 million American and girls
Baptist Training Union, : boys
pm. Rev. W J. Taylor, pas contributed to this work by New Christmas Club -

NOTICE tor; Mrs. J. Jones, reporter. Trick or Treating for UNICEFIn Join our DEPENDABILITY & LASTING QUALITY
Archer Church of God In some 13,000 communities
The Friendship B a ptisl

Church will render an "After]

Service" at Zion Temple A. M. & R.
E. Church Sunday at I p.m. Open To 9 p.m.

Rev. D. E. White, pastor and UNITED CHURCH of CHRIST

members of Friendship will I A. Oe ,,i..Oee.l M..tl"f T. turn AG.ree.ill. >e FRIDAY NIGHTSCOUCH'S
with sermon i
the service
sponsor Ckmh WiN S. HM 0.
by pa the choir. The general publicIs I Wednesday, November 18th

Invit-d to attend these serv I AN ..,....... '_11' Cell
I tor.ices. Rev. W. I... Souder, pas I I 172-11, !T.-.l5f w 17<-04I" F.M. RADIOHEADQUARTERS





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CHICAGO ( AP) The na-
UoiTi traffic deaths In the' first.

nine months this year hit an all-

time record, and the toll ap-

geared racing to a record high

In 1964.

The National Safety I Council

said today there were 34,570

deaths on highways from Jan. 1 t
to Oct 1. The total was an Increase

of 10 per cent over the

31,310 killed in traffic accidentsIn

the corresponding three quarters -

of last year.

The council said the nation's'

traffic fatalities, which for 20 I

consecutive months have exceeded i McDUFF
those of the same month SURPRISES THEIR MANY FRIENDS

of a year earlier, apparently: FROM NORTH FLORIDA '
will reach a toU of about 48,000 AND SOUTH GEORGIA

this year. That would be an all- WITH THE YEAR'S GREATEST

time high after the previous, APPLIANCE VALUES!

record year. of 43,600 deaths last I VALUES GALORE! I

Statisticians noted that about :

half of the Increase In traffic II

deaths had resulted from collisions I'I'FREE BASKET OF TIDE'Take
between vehicles. This

was an Indication, they said, -
that congestion had a bearingon YourOiiploy Choice! -

the rise. I
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product of the postwar baby I I WESTINGHOUSE I Y -
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No.emher 6, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

HR. MARATHON I Bow Chinese ToSoviet

TOKYO (AP Communist
China's top leaders today extended .

OPEN 'ROUND THE CLOCK. I leaders warmest"of their the greetings Soviet"sincerest to Union the new and and

.. .ou I expressed Communist hope the two estranged
.. BA : giants
would "unite to
From 8 a.m. Friday common enemy -the opposethe Unit

36 SOLID HOURS! ed Stales
Til 8 p.m. Saturday! II the'Let United Imperialism States tremble headed before by-

our strong unity! Long live
the eternal, unbreakable friend-
ship between the Chinese and

CHOOSE YOUR I Buy Now! NO PAYMENT TIL $| 00DOWN HOLDS ANY |ITEM I Soviet menage people" said to Moscow the Chinese ,

YOU NEXT broadcast by Peking Radio.
from party chairman Mao Tie-
tong President Liu Shao-chl: ,
Marshal Chu Tilt and Premier

Plump, JuicyOvenReady :,ers Chou on En-lal the occasion to the Soviet of the lead-47th
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ADDITIONAL CHARGE WITH THE t" '1 p quieting at leant publicly, the
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the ouster of NiklU Khru-
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olUxe. t rice ero..MDII H Thry aim got a word of greet-.
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McDUFF'S LOW, $ "They talked so long I was
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LOW PRICE-I Harris said Johnson told him.
When I told the people of Oklahoma
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former football coach Bud
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Seriously-Until He Won Greg Peck ENTERTAINMENT

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By BOB THOMASAP "Imnot only going to win my friend NEW YORK (AP) A mid-
the primary," Murphy replied: Murphy, "but I I '
Movle-Tclcvlilon Writer "I'm going to win the general of the more r I die-aged gentleman Peck walked up fresh from the University of hood Playhouse, where I studii|
HOLLYWOOD (AP) How election In November," bers of the to Gregory In Central ,California campus at Berkeley. under Landlord Meisner I.a
Park Zoo and
did George do It? His friend smiled and chalkedup :ty, people w r' look 10 years younger commented in "You "It was in 1939," he reminisced really a method actor thOU!;
Hollywood's liberals still were the remark to Murphy's Samuel ,'I than you do on the screen.person" "and I arrived In New we called It" the Stanislavsk
shaking their heads today over indominable optimism. ney. Voters It I remark I York with $195, That wouldn't system then.
was that
how George!! Murphy danced oft! I Now he Is Sen-elect George by that kind of have sent a more might I last very long, so I started look From the playhouse he stared !
vain actor Into
U.S. senatorship In the The Murphy I heading upward, and- bl(
with the of California Peck ing for a Job. My only lead wasa
Murphy a tizzy.
merely turned
face of the Johnson landslide. election night I on friend of a friend who was a direction has never changed: ]
They had refused to take the ex- The campaign brought more his noted the grin that crinkles the right, man In Wall Street."I His local address: the Waldor
hoofer seriously until election activity from show people than ero, Gene i side of his face and replied, "I big money Towers,
Indicated any statewide election in recent am 10 years younger than I am went down to his office and
results )late Tuesday night Corey I
he had scored a victory times The "People for Pierre" man Gosden I on the screen." presented my letter of introduction ............,.
over Pierre Salinger.In I traveled through the state with and Andy Nothing much perturbs Greg My friend had suggestedthat t-: ..
the beginning, hardly anY'1one their candidate and appeared on Andy Devine, I Peck. He was happily starting this man might have a Job
believed Murphy could television Among them: Henry man for his new movie,. "Mirage," for me at the World Fair. '- frl!&
make a serious bid for the Senate Fonda, Gregory Peck, Dick Van The political i which happened to be shooting "I stayed on that Job for the ". _.s-
When he came for an inter- Dyke, Janet Leigh, ,Danny Gene a number of East Side, West Side and all rest of the summer, and then I 'S...... ......
view at the Brown Derby earlier Thomas, John Forsythe phy defeated I around the town. At the moment got a position at the Neighbor NW I** AIM Hi 0<.1.
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"You may even win the Republican Blocker new senator' CAP WlrlpMI to 1St sum his co-star, Diane Baker, beside
primary. "I don't mean to downgradeRENTATV factor which the pool of California seals In
contention that the zoo. SEE & HEARTHE
I removed from George Murphy Is Peck's performance was letter '
I "I think our Shirley Temple in -perfect, as might have been
was the Miss Broadway." expected of a pro who has been ONE AND ONLY
i he said [ and In "Roberta" with nothing but a star in his two
TECH TELEVISION'I'f c.'" FR 2-0433 look at me and other newcomers, Bob Hope decades 'in films. After the JACK CARTEREntertaining
N.W tftll 1 AM and they could Fred MacMurray. scene he came over for a chat,
Murphy, Goldwyn brought him and I suggested he' might be Specialist of Our Tim
with Fred as Juvenile lead in bit of Direst From The
enjoying a nostalgia to be
papa to Millions" with Eddie Can- PEPPERMINT LOUNGE
back in the city where his career

CaJtftiagegle'a iom / national movie Elizabeth actor office.to the '30s and '40s Mur- "I never began.have any nostalgia," APPEARING No Cover NITELY. No Mon.Minimum thru Sot.
was a leading man in such he remarked, straight faced. "A
XMll/ He didn't as "You're a Sweetheart," little sherry now and then, per- 10 'Mi. South of Gainesville on 441
his Image as Melody of 1938" and ."
DININGDANCING he and-dance: "It did Dick and Harry." laps Still, I persisted, Inquiring BAR
his acting career began about the circumstances of his TOP HAT
People he maintains he was LOUNGE
the late, late by liberal producers arrival in the big town as a
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JOE HALBERSTEIN Ings In all that time. ence race and Saturday'i win- ball team has been for years, to churn for steady gainst getting under way In 1904; Flop
Sun Sport Editor The Galon carry a 5-1 recner will have an outside chance The Bulldogs have lost the las t Florida also has exploited theand Even Georgia -.TccuuPln"cr's da's In 19t$. Official date of the
JACKSONVILLE -> Florida ord and the nation1 Not rank- to figure in the 1964 title scrim- four games to the Gators I home run threat In punt returns JF as It Is known now In college *

and Georgia, football rivals for Ings (Associated Press) into ble provided LSU beats Alaba- eight of the last nine meetings. and pass Interception runbacks. football Is pegged at 1900

nearly SO years, collide Saturthe clash. Georgia sails In 4-2-1 ma. The Red and Black Is health) Fine Runners Spirit FlamesATLANTA here Georgia holds a 28 15 -1

day afternoon In the Gator with Impressive performances Georgia, under Its new coach while the Gators still art Georgia's offense( Is tied to overall lead In the tally and
Bowl here In what promises to this past month. Both teams are Vince Dooley, la expected to be uncertain as to the status o f; the fine option running of Ga. Georgia spirit never has flamed higher ts 25-15-1 on Florida's.
be one of their biggest meet- -11n the Southeastern Confer fired up like no Georgia foot- several key player for Satur quarterbacks Preston Ridlehu than for this week's football game with Florida. Starters

day'a battle. Halfback Alan Poe,, ber and Lynn Hughes and the Jim Minter, executive sports editor of the Atlanta Journal Georgia's probable start

.' whose father la critically Ill, remains power smashes of halfbacks reported this following his selection of Florida over ing array will be George No-

1 a doubtful performer. Fred Barber and Bob Taylor Georgia to local television program wlckl. (-3. 193; and Pat Hodgson
fie n ti The game promises to offer, and fullback Leon Armbrester. "Mr Minter did we hear you pick Florida to brat as"a (-1, 189 ends; Rtamlller,

a sharp contrast In styles. Georgia Florida,No I In the nation ont learner from Georgia asked at a Bulldog practice lei- 6-4 237; and Wilson 6-3. 245;

merely moves people oul l total defense, will be hard-press- slon. tackles; Wayne Brantley, I. 11,
of the way with old-fashioned I ed to stifle Georgia's big, determined There was nothing to do but admit the crime. 1 196; and Jim Smith, M; 209
t power football, featuring crisp I line, 'The Bulldogs "Why did you do that" the young man wanted U know. guards; Ken Davis, 1-0; 213,
a blocking and hard running. forward wall Is anchored by "Because" Florida has the best team-tha best football center; Ridlehuber, (-2. 193,

4, 4 The Gators have been flashyon huge tackles Ray Rlssmiller players. quarterback; Barber, 5.11, 194;
offense with their lonesomeend and Jim Wilson. ,, "Mr. Mlnter" the B-teamer replied, "you will have to and Don Porterfield, 3-11, 185,
eat those words.
pattern of play featuring: The Gators also are No. ) nationally halfbacks; and Armbreittr, I-
passer Steve Spurrier, sophomore In pass defense. Up to dismissed Minter Mid he was glad the Georgia .unity had been 0, 189, fullback

quarterback; and. a d I now, though, Georgia has used before the subject came up Florida will !go on offense

Charles Casey, a junior. the overhead route sparingly although -- ----- .- with Casey and Gary Thomas,
r t' The aerial threat has opened I It hit North Carolina with ing for the Red and Black. nr 43rd meeting between the ends; Randy Jackson and John

'r the way for runners like Larry .. a 88-yard TD bomb last week. A sear sellout crowd of 4t, two tenmi. Actually, Georgia's Preston, tackles; Larry G a g-
Dupree John Feiber et al,, Hughes does most of the pa guards; Bill Carr, center; Spur.

4/ 1 rler, quarterback: Larry Du-
AGAINST MAINLAND pree and Don Knapp, halfbacks;
and John Felbcr, fullback.

I Defensively Florida will\ open
with Lynn Matthews and Barry .

-r_d GHS Aims 'Theme' Brown, ends: Dennis ,Murphy
and Syd MacLean, tackc .
<; Bill Rkhbourg. middle
I guard; Jack Card and Roger

By MS NISSEN is the opposition at I o'clock at "dahl, has a knee Infection but and Randy Shadburn, middle i l Pellet, linebackers; Dick Kirk,
AitliUnt Sports Editor Citizen's Field.Immediately. Is expected to see action. Senior guard Chris Gwln linebackers corner back; and Jerry New.
Gainesville's Hurricanes have the thoughts of Chris Johnson and sophomore Jerry Crier and Giffin, corner comers Allen Trammell and
carried an "off and on" theme last icason's 27 II offens I Iv. Larry Sherman will be on backs Steve Tinny and Mike I Bruce Bennett, secondary

through six football games this donnybrook won by GIIS cometo ,hand If Eckdahl Is not at full'Gibson and safetyman Jimmy As always, Georgia Hats a \II
season. mind. And the year before, speed. Culpepper, Clock of Florida players on Its :'

dt +v They lost the first one, won Mainland took home the victory. I running AI Giffin will Also arcing defensive acll 1 o n roster They Include center John
the second, lost the third, won Sounds like another theme, be at left halfback and either will be lafetyman Johnson, end Glass, Auburndale; center Bud
the fourth, lost the fifth and won 'Brian Kent Shepherd and linebacker dy Johnson, Quincy; tackle
Hipp or Mike Oyenarte at
2-1-2 RecordMainland
the sixth for a 3 3 record.They'll Larry Kern. Gene Laurent Barlow; tackle
right half Eugene Branch who
will bring a 2.1 2 ,
be to break the Duncan Newkirk, Jacksonville
trying ;
I 1 feel like they Mainland)
smashed for 110 d tat
i record Into the contest with y a r i
and start victory end Nowlckl tackle Ken rills-
rhythm tonight a should be favored over us, Iincethey'va
week, and Al Simmons will
victories over Ocala and Eau .
t string Daytona Mainland lost bury, Jacksonville; tackle How
. share fullback duties only one gam ,
Gallla and a lone loss to Palat-
ard Shinn Jacksonville
Gus Coach Jim Niblark said ,
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ka. The ties came with Jacksonville
GHS Defense Niblack also said the Hurricanes The Galore list Murphy from
: avt Jackson and Orlan d o' The defense will be handled have been looking sharp Cairo, Ga.< tackle Wally Col-\

t Evans. by t ends Dennis Leahy and SIm- In practices and appear ready I ion, Valdosta; guard Jim Ben-
t I "We think Gainesville will be mons, tackles Dale Turlington I for battle. I Ion, Albany; guard Billy Joe
!. _. ,
I the best team we will play all --- ----- lames, Savannah; center Gary
Bunch of II year," Coach Paul Andrews of ----I Cllett. Balnbrldge Preston, Co-
[ Tough Mainland aald. "They have a umbui; Casey, Atlanta; Ben
lot of good people especially PKY Hits Roud 1! nett ValdoRla, halfback Mar-
' ,At top, left Is quarterback Preston Ridlehuber. Top right, end Pat Hodf- backs We're impressed and qula Bneczler, Atlanta; and linebacker
son. Below, left to right, are tackle Jim Wilson, fullback Leon Armbreeter, scared to death," Steve Heidt Albany
halfback Don Porterfield.Starke Mainland win start Its well.
i rounded backfield of quarter- To Tallahassee Other EventsA
back Jerry Hamilton ((170)), halfbacks variety of events are plan
I Jolley Carlton (170)) and ned for the big weekend Fans
I Tests PiratesSTARKE Jim Goss ((170)) and fullback TALLAHASSEE-P, K. Yonge The two teams have almost can lake In a hockey match
4 far.,t{ Sam Etherldge (175) journeys here tonight for a football Identical records, with PKY!tonight at the Jan Coliseum featuring .
pV Dave Barton, a 1M p e und battle with Florida High's sporting a J-H slate, and, the home Rockets and
mighty mite also will see considerable powerful Demons. Florida I Huh owning a 3-1 Greensboro, N. C, opening of
-The undefeated ball battle with Ferns n d Ina forward wall that has yielded r'Irrid.r action at both quar- The Blue Wave, fresh from a mark. the Hall of Fame lobby exhibit
will their Beach only nine points In six games. terback and halfback big 13-0 win over St Pete Admiral In the Coliseum, the pre-game
Tornadoes put
Starke Macclenny has hewn the only
mark the \line! Tornadoes fresh froma Fernandina has loit Farragut, will be playing, barbecueiat" the Coliseum at 11 1
shiny -o.t on The only one Offensive Line common opponent, with Pity
Saturday and host of ,
Ita first entire with I a m. a
tonight In a homecoming toot- 28 3 smashing of powerfulLive game and la rated as one of the Starting on the Mainland or- game dropping a HI game In the festivities around town '
Steve Tuttle at
Oak last Friday night. strongest teams In the conference fenslve line will be ends Jim 1 position. quarterback Wildcat, and Florida High I I The Gatiira wound up drills
Starke offense la Bozeman (1(3)) and Dave Cully ,gaining lit victory
Leading the The husky senior, who wa Thursday and ",111'1) to Jacksonville -
Cox Tourney quarterback Phil Elder, a threatin ((182)), tackles Richard Emmeni a regular halfback, waa shifted One of the Demons' lies w is late today. The team
the air and on the ground Gators ((183)) and Hugh Smith (171), under center against Farragut with Lake City, undefeated. will be quartered at the ROOM
Moves He passed for three long touch- guards Randy Fagin ((170)) and when Tom Dobson wn taken Clan A powerhouse. volt Hotel.Icfittlry _
Carl Pounds (168) and dater >>
RoundThe downs against Uve Oak and At N... out of the game with a shoulder I'
Third picked up important yardage on Georgia d,19$4 r. Chuck Evans ((180)). Injury.
Gainesville's outstanding runpass -
rollout\ plays. Dobson will be out of action
men's Cox Trophy handicap ATHENS, Ca, The fresh quarterback Jackie E e k-
tournament moved into the I Fullback Mickey Agner a up- man football teams of Georgia I for at least two weeks and

third round this week at the pUes the running power with and Florida will clash In Sanford possibly for the remainder of

Club.All matches must be play his hard charges at the line. Stadium here at 2 o'clock Santa Fe Host the season A

ed by next Wednesday. i Halfbacks Dwight Elder and today. i VII Speed
Championship flight pairings: : Eddie Noegel round out the talented Tuttle la his I
I expected to use
coach Doc Ayers .
Bullpup :
Jack VI- backfield. 111
Watt Kirkpatrick vs. To Macclenny sowed to advantage on the roll.'
for E1 der'a named four players to act as
dal; John Merrill vs. Winston Favorite targets out play and aim occasionally
Summerlin; Mark Edelstein vs. bombs have been ends Gene captains: Jimmy Connor, RHB ., go to he airways
Asey Stephens; Ed Stephens vs. Pass and Eddie Douglas. of Savannah; Stu Moaner, RHB I ALACHUA inCH SPRINGS last week Macclenny has a He'll have outstanding run.I
Jerry Kudderman; Whitey Mc- Rugged linebackers Jeff War of Jacksonville, Fla.; Louis Su- The high flying Santa Fe good, Improved football tram I Ding support with Tom Hansen :
of Miami and Doug Rebels sporting a I 1 record It will take a fine effort for us
Mullen vs. Walt Aller; Red Mil ren and Steve TUley and tackle ters, tackle I I at fullback. The hard-charging
lion vs. Hal Wallis; Ralph Scraf- Tommy Thomas head the Starke Tucker, center of Moultrle. entertain Macclenny tonight In to win.. ITlpounder la the team's leadIng to
Gordon 'a homecoming football battle. Hard running fullback Mac 1
ford vs. Richard Schmidt; rusher, ,
Gators will to I
The Baby try Santa Fe Coach Charlie Roberta Crawford has been b 11 h e red ,
Bulluck vs. Teague Marell Tyre and swift Danny ,,.
bounce back for a 27 I lost
Grid Scores said bin team la In ..oodphYIIc.1
with Injuries) recently but 1 aback
Championship consolation week. The V F Trujillo will man the halfback
to Miami condition and "ready"to
: Clayton Haw k e vs.' In top shspe. slots In the starting backfield
pairings Miami "./mMM 1* Miami N''*' IICortl fresh downed Florida Stale I play.
Joe Lichter vs! 'ti I The ITS pound sophomore, In the line for the Blue Wave
Dick Sanders; OMM to Scut this
13 0 In their other game Roberts also said, "We had ,
It N MlmM 7 I
Joel McCoy; Bob Black vs. "Fort..HIM L.I.... MldKl' MM".'" JV *- the finest practices of the who la the Rebels' I leading I will be ends Dan Dennison and
Burton Woodward; Bob Pattonvs. MlamWill.' It. MI-M. N..,Hn. JV 4 season. year ground gainer, will have top Covey Johnston, tackles Kenny|

Jack Jacunskl; Kim bell tuppo/t from bulllih halfback O'Stetn and Whit Springfield "
Wiles vs. Mickey Edmonds on; IN CKACKEIMURREL POLL ,Doyle Sikes, a 192 pound ten-I guards Steve Twedell and V,G.Hodadon .
for who Is the second I I
bye. leading and center Will Walk-
Jim Brown vs. I
i rusher ,
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Hurt in Fall It's Gators Over Georgia Quarterback halfback Russell Danny Taylor A dam I sand rl, P. K.Shaw Yonge Ceorere Coach Mike'I t

AP) = ,Bobby round out the exciting Santa F '
ATLANTA" ( I Gutlerrei showed concern for
Jones, one of the most famous By JOE HALBERSTEIN tog Into the Sunshine State this'proud to be th counterparts In backfield. 1'his opponent by layln,. "We!.
golfers in the sport's history, 8n Sports Editor weekend at Jacksonville. his area to the Peach Staters Starting on the line will be know they're big Their line I
planned today to leave the hospital They are N. P. Wile, custodian ends Louis Feaite and Charles;averages 1M pounds, and they
where he has been treatedfor This Is Georgia. Florida week So, to combat the Georgians, and purchasing agent at Davis tackles Trigger Plod g sand have got good site In t del
three fractured ribs suffered and that mean's the folks from. this week'a Guestperta will be the Levy Co courthouse; Dudley Charles Kersey guards,backfield And they'v. also got'
"Cracker land" will be stream- a trio of Floridians who are Steve Trulock and Frank r
in a fall at his home. Griner, automobile dealer Taylorand pretty good speed at the hair- easy
In Cross City and Robert Drlg- center Jimmy Col. barks

GUESTPERTS VS. SUNPERTS girt[ county clerk at Lake But- Macclenny which sports a 14I "Everyone we've talked toi
ler. win over P.K. Yonge, builds says !they hive a real aggret-
They all agree, the Gators I Its offensive attack around outstanding live tam. Well have to play eta a,,.

.. will beat the Bulldogs. So do the fullback Jimmy Y a r. one of Hour better games 101 rmauky ,
and It's I I ..
Sunperta a mar- borough. take IIn ,' "
Th. Its pounder has been a I ;. ";t ;
U 21 ii r J n 1 ginIt's also unanimous for AI I I. smashing! runner to follow In ( -I. ...
ibis Week's z bama over LSU and Ole Miss the footsteps of greet Macclen PROPANE with :j.
.Gansea. .. over Tampa. But that's all By backs
: ,1 Sunpert Benny Caaon goes for He'D be Joined In the backfield LPG s eta

f'1orI 'ylorlda Flerid. Florida Florid. Florida flrrWaGe5la Houston to upset Florida State by quarterback Richard i J '
.. Everyone *Ue likes those war- Hodge and halfbacks Resale I
"' whooping' Semlnoles. Crew and Wayne Rhodrn. Henna THAN
:HM gib FgU Fall FSU SU Hoeat.r Wile Tulane Miami NATVIAl GAS 1'11 ,'
picks ever
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/ so It'. as. I vote for the line win be ends Steve Godwin Cook & Heat Water
I Miami T.laa. M iam l amt Mhml Miami stii Hurricane there.Sun and Randall Bennett, tackles ->.na o.r a.a m s
Talall' assistant sports editor Lee Harrell and Mickey Wells, Low COd

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t. .UU State to topple Auburi. And and center MerOl Be- FR 6-5110
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f AI'ItIR State A.brn Aa'". Ashen A.... Slag Asters Cason comes back to be a 1 true "
lone wolf with Tennessee ever
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Alabama Solid Favorite Miami Seeks Majors Eye Free Agent I

I 'Second Win I

Over LSU in SEC Feature Over TulaneMIAMI Draft, Frick Successor !

(AP-Miaml) Tulane
By KELSO STURGEONAssociated The LSU Alabama game la expected The GeorgiaFlorida game have won only one game By JOE REICIILER meeting that Frick called the The owners ,upon Frlck's
Press Sports Writer to draw about 69,000 fans looKed just like another contest each this season, and their mee I Associated Press Sports Writer most-Important and potentially, urging, agreed to either erect or I

Unbeaten Alabama and nationally at Legion Field in Birmingham.Such when the season began Sept. 11, ing tonight In the Orange BowlIs PHOENIX, Arlx. (AP) The far-reaching In the history of lease a building called "Bare.ball" ,
ranked Florida remain a crowd would set a record but the rise of the Bulldogs a tossup. > major league club owners set the game. either in New :York, Chi.
solid choices to win their for the state. makes it a big one. Both |teams One tip sheet showed Miami machines in motion today for The free-agent draft, recom cago, or Los Angeles, tor house
games this weekend and con- go into the game J-l In conference 'favored four-tenths adoption of a free-agent draft, a mended by the general managers the commissioner the two I
by of
tinue their heated battle for the Screen Uncertain play and the loser will be apoint f vote on a commissioner to succeed would be similar to that,' league presidents and the headof t
Southeastern Conference foot If Tiger quarterback Pal out of the championship running P the retiring Ford Frick used by professional football in the mjnor leagues. i
ball championship. Screen is able to play LSU "I wouldn't" quarrel with that d f and the establishment of a central selecting players from the col- "More and more it has become
should be able to make a tight estimate, said Miami Coach ,lege ranks. If adopted,
the house gridiron
Alabama, ranked third in building to all major for
Florida will have to play the necessary,, a closer
game of it; If the signalcallercan't Charlie Tate. "I think the team the into effect in
plan would
nation, can clinch a tie for the without the services of I baseball officials! go liaison between the commission.
the Tigers will be in game that gets the breaks
title with a victory over Louisiana go. or AD three 1965. the
real trouble. tailback Jack Harper. Georgia the big plans were thoroughly ers, league presidents and
will win.
State at Birmingham Saturday expects to be lo prime form for I For make'l HANK BAUER discussed Thursday .at the To Be Elected the head of the.minor leagues.
the first time "
Joe Namath of Alabama who this
and Florida can stay right of said Frick.
the affair. Quarterback Lynn > voted best managerBy opening a three-day summit The new commissioner will be
has the same kind of knee Injury Miami will start jhe
the Tide's tail by beating
on upset
Hughes who was Injured In theBulldop' elected at the 1965 major league "The present procedure iscostly
that hampers Screen Is had hoped to field all
minded Georgia. at 244 North year All-Star and will take In in time
upset over
meeting money, and In
scheduled to at least limited because
see : of
ville. Carolina last will be injuries. The Hank office before Frlck's efficiency."
Saturday, Bauer two months
LSU, unbeaten and ranked duly. But it will make little! aUfrencc able to pl.y.MIssissippi. 'two running backs, Russell term expires next September, I
his understudy, Sieve Smith and Pete Committee
Alabama ; Banaszak
eighth nationally, presents will
The at the
with another big test, but Sloan! Is just ai elective/ running is a solid choice be at top speed for the first general that feeling next A' five-man committee con
meeting was the commissioner -
the Crimson Tide seems to be the team. [over Tampa.Unbeaten time. AL's should be a man outside sisting of .Frick, league 'presi

passing all such examinations Quarterback Bob Biletnikoff,, Top Managerwin of baseball who has judicialand dents Joe Cronin of the American .
with flying colors. A victory for whose passing Improving with or executive background. and Warren Giles of the
Alabama would leave the Tide Bills each game, will direct the of Each club owner was asked to National and a club owner from
the only unbeaten team In the fense. Jack Sims rounds out the BEN.OLAN by one game over Chicago. send one or more recommendations each league was appointed to
conference, with only one game backfleld Associated Press Sports Writer The Orioles finished third, two I to a three-man screening map out plans.

remaining.' Tulane Will be trying to win NEW YORK (AP) Ham- 1 games behind New York and 12 committee consisting of Frick The free-agent draft, if approved
A loss would hurt LSU's Face Tough TestBy two in a row for the first time merin Hank Bauer, whose Bal in front of fourth-place Detroit. and one club owner from each at the joint session here
chances more than meets the under Coach Tom O'Boyle. The timore Orioles almost nailed I Bauer, a former Marine and circuit The club owners were Saturday would be brought up
eye. The Bayou Bengali have Green Wave rolled over VMI 25- down their first American ,'star Yankee outfielder helped not named. for adoption at the annual winter
2-0-1 conference record and that League pennant In a torrid battle bring out the best In two, In
JACK HAND much for 49ers but John Brodie t after holding Mississippi to Itt The committee would then meetings Houston next
3-3 tie to Tennessee looks like. a 'Associated with New York and Chicago, rookies., pitcher Wally Bunker trim month.
Press Sports Writer due to find the chinks In the and Georgia Tech to 7-8, the list to three leading
and outfielder Sam Bowens.
bigger blot all the time. Unbeaten Buffalo faces astern Minnesota defense. Tech boat Miami 200. was named the circuit's Manag- Bunker won 18 and Bow- candidates who would be If adopted, It would replacethe

Three Remain test Sunday in an American Dallas 31, New York 28-Cow- Tulane's defense, formally er-of-the-Year today. He won by ens slammed .22 games homers and presented to the club owners fora first-year player rule which

The Tigers have three SEC Football League game at boys coming on strong. Giants deputized a couple of weeks Al an Lopez overwhelming of the White margin Sox over and drove In 71 runs.Lincoln. vote. has been In effect since 1961.Bank' .
games left after Alabama and New York but Baltimore Is still must prove last week'svictory back and nicknamed the Posse, -"
Yogi Berra
of the victorious
all of them are rugged ones. heavily favored to keep on rolling was not flash in pan is growing tougher. The secondary Yanks. Is '
They must face Mississippi In the National Football AFL almost pulled off an upset Braves New
Boston 28, Houston Bauer drew 53 votes fran I
State, traditional rival Tulane League. 21-Frlday against Tech. It picked off
night) With Art Graham back in among the 83 baseball writer:I Beaten 6-0
And Florida.
I With the help of a 7-4 record three passes and ran one back
participating in the annual As ,
this line-up Pats should be able to
Other conference games last week, the season's record In for the score.
weekend match Kentucky and picking/ winners Is M-2S-15 SJ-: pierce leaky Oiler defense. Both teams used similar offenses sociated Press poll. Lopez wai: On Late TD Milwaukee
named 19 ballots
on and Bern
Buffalo 28, New York 24-Bllls Angle
Vanderbilt at Lexington, Mississippi 20-3 In the NFL, 2I4-2! In the wide ends and flankers.
State and Auburn at Au- AFL. Here for another:due for a letdown but they can on eight Bill Rigney of the Lot a I
Quarterback David East has hit
and Tulane and Miami Friday 'practically eliminate Jets by Angeles Angels collected flu TALLAHASSEE Gainesville
burn Miami in that plunge Into upset land. All'victory. 54 of 114 passes for 549 yards. other three. Lincoln lost Its second By DAVE O'HARA petition to have'a federal court
at a game games Sunday afternoon unless
will count In the conference noted: I San Diego 35, Denver H Fullback George Smith carried "I'm very flattered," Bauei, straight heartbreaker here last MILWAUKEECAPMUwau.( ) take jurisdiction of the legal
standings. Broncos figure to be tougher at 111 yards in 18 tries against said at his Kansas City home, night, dropping a Ml decisionto kee Braves? Atlanta Braves? action. The Braves claim "di
Tennessee, which has had two NFL home than In 42-14 drubbing at VMI. 'This Is quite an honor." Tallahassee Lincoln. Maybe the Bank Braves Is more versity of citizenship" becausethe
weeks rest since battling LSUto Washington 28, Cleveland 27- San Diego. The Posse will have Its hands Bauer took over a fourth I The Tallahassee club scored fitting.: I club Is a Delaware corpora-
a standstill, Journeys to Atlanta Upset of the week. Skins can Kansas City 21, Oakland 14- full containing Banaszak, hittinghis place club from Billy Hitchcock with only 24 seconds remaining President 'and General Manager tion and its principal businesshas
to meet the unbeaten and take It on Sonny Jurgensen's Len Dawson hit with alx TD strike after getting his legs last season and directed it to in the game by recovering a John McHale admitted been conducted In Chicago
nationally ranked Yellow Jackets passing Cleveland won Sept. 13 passes last week and Cotton I back, and Smith, who carried first place at the All-Star break fumble in the end lOne under cross-examination Thursday since Oct. 5.
of Georgia Tech In the big on 27-13 score in rain after Redskins Davidson was Intercepted six :142 yards In Miami's win over The Orioles were No. 1 for most t Gainesville had the ball on that the Braves used player McHale testified'that Atlanta
non-conference test. The only held early 10-0 lead. Washington times by San Dfego. Abner Detroit. of the season's second half, its own two-yard line with the'[contracts as collateral to obtaina has offered the Braves a "satis
other game on the schedule finds offense, worst In league, Haynes vs. Billy Cannon and A crowd of about 35,000 Is ex- finally succumbing to thYanks score 0-0 and decided to try 3-million long-term loan from 'factory" stadium lease, but he
Mississippi hosting Tampa at.tOxford. meets worst defense. Clem Daniels.By pected for the 9:18: p.m. kickoff. who came on strong to for the long one. Quarterback the First Wisconsin National has no knowledge of any written
_.., Baltimore 31, Chicago 17- Norman Anderson dropped backto Bank of Milwaukee.The agreement with the Southern
-- 1 Colts rolled up 52-0 score In pass, lost control of the ball city..
Sept. 27 game, moat lopsided A YEAR'S DIFFERENCE when a defender hit his arm loan was obtained when a| Much of the testimony centered
I Bear,defeat ever. Chicago still and the ball scooted loose In the Chicago area syndicate headed on the executive office
hurting for linebackers with Bill and zone. by Bill Bartholomay,' now the I move to Chicago, allegedly
LIVE I''George and Mike Reilly out. Pittsburgh ND Change The Terriers dropped a 14. club's board chairman and carried out 16 days before the
Green Bay 21, Detroit 17- 12 game to another Tallahassee. Tom Reynolds the executive club's board of directors voted
THE BEST :Milt Plum had big day against school, FAMU, last week when vice president, bought the Milwaukee Ill, to transfer the National
I I Rams but Packers are tougher HAL BOCK 1 Notre Dame) riding the crest of there are ;teams that time ran out with them only franchise two years League franchise to Atlanta
YEARS to dlgeit. Could be a field goal Associated Press Sports Writer an unbeaten season and No. lln aren't exactly hiding from bowl Inches away from paydirtM o. McHale noted that Bartholo
'game.St. What a difference a year I the country while Pitt sports an scouts. Take Alabama and LSU Record Now Bartholomay, Reynolds, may, Reynolds and two other
Louis 24, Pittsburgh 21- makes. undistinguished 2-3-2 record. for example. 1 The loss left the Terriers witha McHale & Co. are engaged In a members of the Braves "fi
YOUR LIFE 'Charley Johnson due to bounce Just 12 months Pittsburgh a (. record and pushed the bitter "
ago What happened in the 365 Bear Bryant's Crimson Tide!{ legal figh over the desireto nance committee" live In the
back after rough treatment by was sniffing bowl country -.'days Well, for one thing Pitt has rattled off seven straight Tallahassee club's- mark to M- move to Atlanta. Milwaukee:
IN A NEW I Giants and Cards have Insurance that promised land for col- lost a top runner In Paul Martha victories In spite of an Injury to I. County is Insisting that the committee
in Jim Bakken's kicking lege football's top tetrns. A and for another Notre Dame star quarterback Joe Namath "We moved the ball all over Braves fulfill a contract to play I the headquarters.
I Los Angeles 24, Philadelphia bowl bid wss the remotest thing found a top coach In Ara Par- The Tide Is third in this week's[the field, but just couldn't all home games at County I:
HOME. 17-Eagles can't run on big Imaginable for Nobe Dame, ..ellhlan.I Associated Press rankings. score," said Terrier mentor Stadium through 1965 and has Lakers
I Rama' defense. If Roman Gabriel struggling along in what was to LSU, No. 1, Is coached by a Jesse Heard. "This was a good obtained a state court order WinLOS
can escape Eagles' blitz, become a 2-7 season. Pitt's: 17-7 I A Loud Ne former Bryant pupil Charlie team effort and one of our best t temporarily restraining the
I the should find secondary a happy -victory was hardly unexoected.) Does the turnabout extend to McClendon, and has just the games." I Braves from moving. ANGELES (AP) w The
Some 1964 hunting ground. I Saturday the tables will: be bowl talk too? Among the bowl kind of gruding defense a team The Terriers moved into scoring Los Angeles Lakers have moved
'orode .f Homel I Minnesota 27, San Francisco turned. The Panthers and Irish promoters the answer Is a resounding needs to have a chance against / territory on several occasions -, McHale the was the only witnesson into a tie with the St. Louis
Models 21-Vikings' running attack too I clash again but this time It's yes but out In South 'Bama's high powered offense. with the deepest penetra before opening day of a hearing Hawks in the Western Divisionof
Bend. Ind., It's a just as loud no. Their game at Birmingham lion to the 10 yard line. I U.S. District Judge Rob- the National Basketball Association -
Still Avelisbie ert E.' Tehan the
on Braves'
I Although more than one bowl should produce a bowl bid for St.rtJnh.lrbacks/ Ralph'-- :.. '-'--. .
Turn RighI 0" NW.14th Seminoles would love to snare an attrac the winner. Brockington and Kenneth Gal
51. ot 28 'IY. N.W. WaryOf tion like Notre Dame, Athletic loway both were hobbled with
Director Ed (Moose) Krausse Tulane At Miami injuries and ran the ball only
put a damper on the dialogue The weekend's college fare one time each. Come in for
s ..tdaltear"v Thursday gets started tonight with two Young Backs a demonstrationof

Tough, Houston "Notre Dame'a policy will|games.Florida Tulane and visits Miami of C Young backs Maurice Alexan the new generation of Color TV
remain the same as it has been Virginia Military der and Alex Brown, in additionto
since 1925," K said plays at DetroitIn veterans Norman and De-|
U as e
TALLAHASSEE AP) Favored is anyone we've played. They! "We're not going to bowl! Saturday's other major Witt Anderson, sparkled for the MOTOROLAColor65
a Florida State flies to Texas -Just haven't Jelled," Peterson any games, Ohio State, which Terriers.
e today for last minute workouts s.ld. game. dropped to second after a close Alexander broke loose for a

GAINESVILLEASSOCIATION before Saturday's game Houston, stalled with a 2-4-0 Krausse seems adamant but call against Iowa, plays Penn 45-yard jaunt for the longest
against hopeful Houston. record, has prepared hard for State; No. 4 Arkansas meets run of the night.
I Coach Bill Peterson, likeninghis rsu. "This Is their last chanceto Olson Resell Rice; fifth-ranked Nebraska Heard singled out Willie Fred
squad to "Billy the Kid" .because do something big this year" takes on Kansas; Texas, No. I, Carter: Stacey Bell and Emanuel -|
OF I "everyone Is after us,", Peterson said.Although i plays Baylor; seventh-ranked Kleckley as top performersin
says Houston must not be taken Peterson sees his High on Georgia Tech meets Tennessee; the line."Carter with the new
HOME BUILDERS'r I lightly. I team as the target, he enjoys In UCWL I Florida, No. 9, takes o Georgiaand played the best rectangular tubeKWI.K

"They, have. as good personnel the view from the top. He said Platy No. 10 Purdue plays Michigan game of his. career" Heard
-- JL its better to be on ton. than to Betty Olson of Manor Restaurant said. I

= CHAIN L'1NICHURRICANE= I I have The a Seminoles losing season.worked hard on Brown's Amoco and Alice Service Resch led the of: CENTRAL HEATING ESTIMATES end AIR FREE CONDITIONING- r

I kicking game this week University I
City Women's
and the coach FSU'i blockIng J. C.
says -' League at Palm Lanes with 560 BROWN CO.
Is good. He cited end Don totals.
I Floyd for a standout blocking I
I Job against Southern Mississippi Mrs. Olson had 191-119-200! and

FENCE' 1 L| t week. The Seminoles clobbered Miss Red rolled 1M-174-2 0 0.1 I 1 / / 101 SW
Southern 340. ,Yvonne Soper had a 234 high II111 PI..e

"* Protect And I FSU added a couple offensive game. Ph...

.eutify ,wrinkles to try against the Cow Manor Restaurant hit a 1045- 116-0141
YeYr FiOme gars. Peterson hoped the Steve 101M31-29S7 series with the
NOW Tens loend Fred Biletnlkoff 1045 best single. I

passing attack would be as potent Other good scores Includes a i I Attention Livestock Producers! Madl v22ceasere,,, nr..r',Imsuss..w
as ever.' 517 by Mrs. Soper of Busch Bavarian VO.ne, NM eord,, WCe e,10 M.1wM
I Houston Is a ball control team. and a 3U by Anne Mar-' nM w.Mds.d,. rr.Me*,ee.suet..e-d..ed ends. twen,

Peterson was sure they would chak Rutherfords. If ,.. ba.. .... er .attle N Hr Maarol..MW netMul.r 23 sole lure ((23
change their offense after an Jack Harris led the Royal .II ... M le ,lie "' "... ,..... evvw sop .. 274 p eA aew.rNwMe rw//.

open date. The Cougars were off Crown Classic with a 793 on ITS-' c..,... ... .f the ...... a.C.e.'Md '
I last week and had chance to 1W-214-212.
a Barry Biebel bad 791
;.develop some surprises of their and Elmer BroadwellTTJFrank ./ Sa...... Ca., e.d
FREE Information Or Estimate own. '' Jones bad a 235 best save 11I_ I. ."...".iIy M ik.r r
See Our Qualify Get Our Price The Cougars offensive attack game leer II........
Before You Decide Immediate I nita Nation
Is led by halfback Dick Post and' I
Diet Rites had a 2251 I
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quarterback James Burris. Post and a 134 best game. J en II COPELAND OFFERS YOU THIS THIS
leads Houston ball carriers with
14, Huey Beard 225;
I 372.5333SAUNDERS I la 41 yards per carry rushing and Harris 214. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES? i iI.

I average. Dottie Davis had a W to lead'
OIL CO. Guard Charlie Guerrant and the Klser's Office Equipment I Cents market every e*.,.
end Horst Paul are the mainstays loop. Dot Robinson rolled
114 N.W. 4th St I of .the Houston defensiveunit 'end Trudie Feather 471 2. Ne commUiloit.

Davis bad a 223 best game.Mrs.// 3. Specie) consUeretioii ghee, to meet type hose,

I Dittos bad a 1781 series and 4. Can < nilsk henllnf' for sufficient quenrftles./ .
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r _BUSINESS MARKET Nuclear Alachiia Cattlemen Hear '

.r. REPORTReaders' r. Blast Forms

I W EEVIEW VI huge Give Matthews on Beef Future I

LAS VEGAS Nev. (AP-A At Croup's

Late Morning ,! nuclear blsst has burned out a Annual DinnerBy

I huge cave 1,320 feet underground

Request N. Y. Listing In a test of new waysto BUZZ MIXSONSun ,

get at oil and mineral de- Farm Editor 1e li I1
AlllsChal 21% IntNick 86% "w.r + I
TIle Nll.wln 1 "lIot eua"IM. ... Alcoa 60% IntPap 37% posits. The cave: Is big enoughto Congressman D. R. (Billy)

N'f11rM"Ma.swats: cr=!'T=: ='t'..a"STOCK IM LISTINGS AmBrk AmAir 48* Jones&L 76%, hold a 20-story building. Matthews Alachua County told members Cattlemen's of Association the
49 KaisAl
30%I A 20-toot-htgh spurt of dust last night that he foresees -
Pjerce 44 Ken'cott 91
WuIberll Murphey AmCyan 65% Loch'd 38* kicked up by the jolt, was seen "a great future" for t h *

AmMot 14% Lorillard 44% over the Nevada test site Thursday cattle Industry despite the
NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Steel! Drug _._ .85 2714 Fund'UlInvest _._ 11,16 many problems that beset It
AT&T 68% Mag'vox 33% but Atomic Energy Com-
Texas VtiI __. 1.20 124 Income of BostonIncorporated _.__ 1.75 and other segments of American
Abbott Lab 2.40 Textron '_ 1.40 48% Inc _._ 108 AmTob 35" MM&M 59* mission scientists said no radioactive agriculture: today,
41 AmpxCp 16% Mons'to 83',
Ailed Chem _. Tidewater _'.. .... 35'% Keystone K 1 .__ 5.11 material escaped. Matthews ns guest speakerat
180 54 Anaconda 56 MontWd 43%
The scientists the
Trans W A __ 48'1. S 18 93 expected
Amerada Pi _. I the annual meeting of the
34'Ann Armour 54% NatDair 83%
Elc Pow _. Union Pac __ 1.801 48'1.Und Keystone S 4 _, 5.17 I blast, equivalent to 10,000 tonsof Cattlemen which was a dinneri
USb 44 BethStI 38% NatDut 28%
Air L __ l.50b 54KUpjohn Ufe Investors _.. 10 62 TNT to create a cavity up i
Amer Enka ._.... ... 1.40a 89% Boeing 62* NAmAv 51% but saidIt affair at the State Farm Bureau
230 feet In diameter
Amer M ._ .... 1.00 5O""% Life Stock Fund N_' .. 501 110 'Building In Gainesville
Fdy 110 II Brunswk 9 Penney 66%
would be several days before
Amer Hone ._......... l.44a 8414Armco Jim Walter 2S Mass Inv Stock ._._. 17.45 CaterTr 38V4 PRR ,2<4)exploratory holes art drilled. Around 100 members, their I
War Lamb .70 31 Mass Inv Growth _, _... 918 'I
SI1 .. 3.00 674Atch Celanese 67'* PepCola 58 wives and other guests attendedthe .
Topka ._ 1.20a 35% Worthintn .. 1.50 49% Pioneer Fund... _.. 10.32 Chrysler 57% PhllMor 77.II This was the first time a nuclear meeting whkh had as Its
Xerox ._.__.. 107' Puritan Fund ,.. _. '
Baxter Lab .38 26% N CorEd 56% PhlllPet 53% blast has been set off in ,main items of business election
Beckman In ..._ 701. Zenith __ l.20a 81% Putnam Growth _ '.81 ContCan 53% RCA 32* carbonate rock, a type which'.of officers and directors and the I
TV & Elec ........ .., '
Beech LF S _. 1.10 5314 OVER THE COUNTER : ?? ? .08 DowChe H* RepStl 45%frequently contains mineral de-eating of tender, flavorfulroast I I
Bristol My 'N'. ._. .SO 651' NIW YORK tape TM Mlwli* mM Value Line Inc .?,_..... 5.B9 duPont 275 Revlon 38* posits and reservoirs of oil and beet (of (court) served + ,

Brown Shoe ... .... 3.40 1061t NltlOMI. MkM AUMlllMH.....,_* MMIM UCUtlllW ty Owln N..- Wellington Fund 15.75 EAL 37. ReyTob 40', gas. Earlier underground blasts)up by the catering staff of Holiday

Brunswick ...... 9 lnc
Cambell S .. ... 2.40 33% all ,_ willi"" "r,1,5 Comp. Vol. Close Changes Firestone 44 Sears 141.1I1 AEC spokesman said the going into the problems
.. .. '
Carter Pdt ___ l.ooa 17'1. beugtit* court f..t.ft..lliAlico (sal w 80,700 Amer Motor 14% oFf Hi FlaPw 50% Sinclair 5514FlaPiL .main object of Thursday's detonation of agriculture Matthews 1

Case J I _. 1914 Land '. .- 11% 59,000 Sinclair H1- up 2H toll Socony 87'% was to test the potential listed several reasons American
Cessna Air 1.00 28% Amer Fidel Life 25 54,900 Format Dairs 13'* up S Ford 58% SouthnC 64 .1 of nuclear energy for breaking agriculture Is a "blessing"*

Ches Ohio .. 4.00 77% Amer Heritage ___...___? 21% 12,600 Easrn Air Lns 37 off 2% FrmstDa 13% SperryR 14%I up huge masses of mineral. Because It provides ]Job.
Coas S Gas 33""% Amer Mat Ins __ 20 FreptSul 44* StBrand 76'.
% 50,200 Gen Motors 101 off V I bearing rock at extreme depths so many people at least
CBS _... _.._ 1.80b 401t Amer Pioneer Life __.. 10% 48,600 Martin Marlta 19H up % FruehTr Jl% StONJ 88* and for creating: cracks through 1-million In the U S and Congressman Carves

Comb Eng 1.20 35""% Anheuser Busch .,?.,.....,,. 60% 45,400 Chrysler 57% off IVi GenDj'n 38% Studebak 714CenEI I which oil and gas can be recovered gross Income of12

Comsat Corp. 40% Anodyne ?? .........t...?.?.. 4''%" 42,400 Sunray Dx 36% up 88% Swift 53% : I billion for the nation's farmers CongreNxman D. R. (Hilly) Matthew demonstrates

Cone Moils __ _.? .80 21""% Citizens Bank ,..,..?._ 37 41,900 U S Steel 5tW off 14 GenFds 82'* Texaco 87* : last year him carting technique on a huge roast of beef to

Cont Air! .40 20'% Conn Lt 1 Pow ,-,.-,--??. 37% 41,500 Westnghse Elec 44H" unch GenMills 43* Thlokol 13% Mining and oil companies cur.. Because, with our abundant Ralph fellon Jr. (center), outgoing! president of the

Conti( Ins 2,20 611 Cowles Mag & Pb ..,'-._ 12% 39,800 Chgo Muse Inst 23% up H GenMtrs 99'1 UCarb 125" 1 rently use conventional explosives supply of food no one Alachun County fal tlemtn'* AiMoclatlnn ; and Karl
Goodrich 62% UnitAirc 58% to at underground
Contrl Data._ 5211i Dunn It Bradst 83% 35,600 Am Tel t Tel 68% up get lsexpected needs to go hungry In the U.S.; IIr) 11'11, he new president. The occasion WM the annual -
Corn Pdts _.. _.... UO 521t: Florida Gas ..??.??,0'_ 1011 35,900 Korvette 41% up 1* Goodyr 48 UnFruit 18V4 deposits, but atomic energy do the: and the efficiency of our agriculture !- meeting of the cattlemen last night. (Sun photo
24 USSteel 55% to
Delta AIr???.... 1.60 6011 Fla Na"l! Bank ..,__ 84 135,300 Stor Brdctsn 51 V4 offI.. Creyhnd % eventually contributes to the school hy HUM MIxNim)
bet Steel _._"... ,60 1414 Fla Tele ___ 284Forrest '33,200 Xerox Corp 107% off 1""* GulfOil 60 UnlvMat 14% job more economically. lunchroom program, result I n gIn
Emerson EI! ._.. 1.00 43'4 LabiFounders __.._ 25'% Honw 129' WestgEl!: 44 Thursday's blast, called I millions of school children II the beef Import situation "We' Cellon Sr, of Alachua (one of

Fair Camera .... ... .50g 24% Life _._'_. 10'11' AMER STK EXCH IntHarv 83* Woolwth 28'I "Project Handcar," was part of eating better ,'(Congress) were able to pass a the head table guests! ) for his

Flnna'i! Fed ._....... .. 35'4 Franklin Life.. __. ._ 56'% ACTIVE STOCKS 'the. AEC program to find peaceful Because) our food surpluses I I bill which limits foreign lm 'leadership second to non e"
Fst Chant ... .. 1.I7f 2611Fst. Great American _.... 11' Volume Close Chang Names Alachua i uses for nuclear energy. are helping to win the cold port to 6.5 per cent of domestic while he was president of t h e

WesL FIn. .. 11 Jrolier _??...,?.._ _.._ 37% 180,200 Unlver Contrls lit up % war ,"If we can spend $">5 consumption .1 Florida Cattlemen' Association.
Fla E Cst.. ._. 15% Gulf Life _....._'_._ 52 I 135,200 Potochrom 14% off % Crew Leader : billion on our military for d* Cited as major J needs for .

Food Fair .__ .90 22% Herff Jones _..._ 15'4 58,700 Equity Corp 3H up H For Census tense purposes we can spend a American agriculture by Matthews Ralph Cellon Jr., outgoing I
FMC Corp 1.00 6411, :Home Ins ... ._ 89% 37,900 Elctrncs Asst 7% up 1% Ag. I Get Spurrier billion dollar on our agrlcul were the continual: of I president of the local cattlemen

'rito Lay _._ 411Gen Kennasaw Life ._. 1m 37,800 Cinerama 5H" off % tural program." I research prograny In product 'presided at the meeting. He re-
ALACHUA A. Kent D k el I
Tele __ .88 38'4 'Life of Fla ..N .....,. .. 8% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS has named Out of Jail" Because our Soil tion technology and marketingand minded member that one o (

Ga Pacit ._. 1.00b 56'4 .awes Company _.._. .. 1m Purchase* _______ 343,080 Alachua leader for eeen the a. I ion program helps us Conserva'i "more equitable" method:their big Jobs was supporting
Getty Oil ._?..?. .10g 2m Milgo Electron. .It Short Sales _? 2287. crew 1964 Censusof Help Scholars land. ."Everyday ot taxing agricultural land He 1 the Stale Association and that
Grace Co ___._ 56 Mort according to an of farm said farmers have had
l.oob % Guaranty Ins 28'1. Total Sale. __. 327 acres good got many to .much of the progress made by
Hel! Curtis ,_ .80 14% Pacific Sw Air 30'% announcement from the U. S,' University of Florida's star'down the Mississippi R I I' leave the land became they the parent organization was due .

IBM?" _._ 5.00 418% Ichllti Brew .. 44'% PREVIOUS DAY'S Bureau of Census In Atlanta I quarterback Steve S p u r r ler.(despite our conservation r'l couldn't afford to slay on It, and I to the efforts of the AI I a c hun :
Int Min CWI 1.801 31Int Secur Life It Tr _. 801t STOCK MARKET Doke will supervise a team of was "kidnapped" today and forts. that unless something la done cattlemen .

Tale ,_ 1.00 56% Southern Nltrotravelers __.,___ 25''%" Advances -._._,__,. 471 census enumerators visiting I taken to County Jail. The congressman: told the about the tax situation "Many ; Earl Bryant was elected pre*.
Kellogg __ .80a 50% Ins _. 41'4 Declines _______. .. .. (25' farms and ranches In A I achua I tlemen that he thought they I persona won't be able to eat as I(Went to succeed Cellon Jr, Other ,

Lehman CP U4e 3m Universal Cigar ,? .._ 5% Unchanged ___.._._..?. 272 I County to collect off leal census: : A group of coeds: from West were "about over the h u m p"cheaply: as they do todny" new officer named were

Litton In __ 1.18f 74% Union Security. Inv __ 101.1IAMERlCA.'J Total Issues -M,_. 1,375New questionnaires from farm opera j jtor Jennings Hall 1s trying to raise as far as their problem of overproduction The congressman com'Ind d I IW, P ((0111)) Snead, vice president

Lone S CM ..... _. 1.00 21% 1963-64 High _. 55 *. $100 for "Dollars for Scholars" Is concerned. But he his talk by saying that with the succeeding Bryant In that

Marsh Tld ... 1.60 5m STOCK New 196M4 Lows -?_..?. 27 The forms have been mailedto to release Spurrier.Anyone said he knew that foreign imports rapid population Increase of the pout; Henry Chilly treasurer:

Martin M _..N, 1.00 lIlt .EXCHANGEAerojet all rural boxholders. Those to donatemay : of beef presented another U. S. and the accompanying and Wllhurn Farrell, renamed
McG Hill _., .__ Sea 34% Gen _, 27% I required to fill out the forms I wishing serious problem, the solution to crease: In beef consumption he secretary '
.. ._ take to West Jennings
Molex _
Mead Corp .' ,. 1.70 48''% Corp ? ; 28V. Industry should do so and hold them until money which he did not know. saw a great future for the cat Directors elected Include Celkm ,
... ... Aqua Chem ..., 14% : or (he jail. The of and tie .
Merkd 2.00a 48'1. the census taker comes to J problem Imports Industry Mr.. P, ,S., Laiianse, Roy
Mat! Air! ._. 'N' .80 584E Aurora Plastics _'_ 25% collect them. exports i I. faced by all segmentsof Matthews, before he beg a n Perkins, If. C Edwards, Joe

N Y Centl .._. .506 50% Barnes Engineer -. __ 20 .- ----- -- agriculture Matthew a I Id. hla talk, paid tribute to Ralph Dlmler and J. T. Simmons
Nla M Pow ...._ 2.00 55'% Butler Shoe _.__ 11% Sought lie reminded the cattlemen, --. -.- --

Norfolk W ._ 8,00 142'% Chromaloy ...?._..?__.. ,_ 15% I "The United States' I II not the

No Ind P S ._. 1.41 81'% Cinerama _" ._... 5H' Overseas Bases only country nowadays that has Students Pilch In Give :
Computer Scl _..._.'__ 28-S StatesBy
No Nat Gas ... .. IBO 56'1. By production and technologies: I I
Olin Math ._, ,_ 1.20 41% Cutter Labs A ___ 16', know how."

Owens II G ._ 2,50 106'1. Data Control _.__..-_ 54 I Cutback Rumored Matthews said that when I h t Buddy Bucks for Bonnie
Pac G &I E._ 1,00 3414 Fulton Inds .._....._ 9% JACK LEFLERAP : problem of agricultural Import 1
Gen Develop _. 4% Easiness News Writer I II presented to the U,S. Tariff -
Pac Lung 2.40 31% BFLLINGHAU: Wash. CAP( ) ," said Neil Sutktrman and
Pac T &I T _, .. ... 1.20 2811 Jan Minit Mkts ._ 9 NEW YORK (AP) Many Commission, the Commission 1 Justice will be rewarded,lit
New !Itmr plans, are due to be h a s e d :
O Hark p Larry Stewart
prime movers In
Airlines _
Pan Arner A .._ 1.20 28'% Mackey !%I state ar. engaging a frantic I out In April.Of says that It baa to allow some today: when" Bonnie flies over
Mead Johnson ,_ 11% costly scramble to attract new BY JACK RAYMOND that the other I the drive.
Parke Day ...... 1.00 28"'. I the three huge B-47 bam imports so countries the mountains
PennZoll .. .... 2.00 45'% Pac Nw Tele '.. Industrie WIESBADEN can have a medium of ex- I
Germany -
Philips Elec _.. ._. In Spain the Saragossa base change. Justice I la Harry Justice, 21, a The students raised $130 for
Prim .80a 404 They are spending millions of
22'1.1 There i is considerable speculation '
Redwing Carriers dollars and much already has been reduced to a The said he college Junior, and Bonnie I la his the "mfrcy flight."
Phelps DG .... ..... 300 73'' ingenuity to here that the administration stand congressman was
basis with I
by only
Polaroid .... .%0 175'% lie Group u.iM..mi.jin.i- lure factories to their areas order new reduct I Ions sure that the American cattle- girl She I I. Bonnie Lawrlge 19, JuitU. an economics: major,
Pub SV E G "..., ...... 2.80 31 Sperry R. Wl* ..._.._ 6% And they are offering many In United may States overseas military stationed about 300 to 400 A m e r I cans men did not want to do away of Colorado Springs, Colo met Bonnie, I petit brunette,
to maintain It
. Syntex "" .._ _._* 55 Inducements. with all foreign Imports but that about a after
Pure Oil 1.80 57% Installations, especially airbase for They'll be reunited today year ago hit father
Rayonier .. .. 1.00 434Rexall !Tampa Elec __,_ 27% The advertisements usually *. emergencies.With : they did want to have the same hanks to a buck (fur Bonnie was transferred tilt Air
Tech Measur _'_ .. 18% the election over, It Is
.. .. .50b SO""% placed by state development "ground rules" a* foreign countries drive conducted: by Junlire'l Force Bane at Colorado Springs,
Reyn Met! .. .. .50 33""% Twa Wts _.....-.i-.1 r .29% agencies, stress such factor a* Gen. Gabriel P. Disoaw a y. aid that Secretary of DefenseRobert when It comes to agricultural fellow students at Western where he Ia a staff sergeant

Rich Mere ...." .... 1.00 56'%I Valspar ...._ 7% nearness to markets, available commander of the U.S. Air I S. McNamara can: be, production. Matthews citedas Washington State College here The family formerly! lived In

R C Cola ." ... .... 1.20 191t MUTUAL FUNDS labor supply, fast population Force In Europe, say h* know expected to accelerate the shut- difference. In the "ground ft all started, Justice saidThursday Tacoma Wash
Roy Dutch .. ., .. 1.73g 47'' Affiliated Fun 1.98 growth. adequate transporta- of no Pentagon order (for reduction downs of the British banes and rul'." the fact that foreign agricultural when talk his
I night, at Justice will meet Bonnie In
at leant
order in
Searle GD .. _. .90 83'4 Capital Life ft Gr _,_ 111.1. ton, pleasant living conditionsand other than those already: a reduction producer did not I table turned
dorm to !
dining Seattle the couple will drive
Singer ._ 2,00 10% Divers Growth ._ 10.32 favorable tax structures. announced but he concede that operations at the Spanish baws have to meet the same sanitaryand
Smith Kin .. 1.2Oa 161tSol.l Dividend Shares 3.13 Som. elates and cities: float his headquarters her I II filled The speculation has been reinforced health standard a* the U.S. homecoming festivities, and his here for a student mixer to-

Cal Ed 1.05 37 Jreyfui.. ._ _, .. 2U3 loans to provide site and buildings with specualtion and rumors of by McNamara'i arguments producers and the foreign farm thought turned to Bonnie night. Homecoming fun ends

Soli Cal Ed 1.0537 Fidelity Capit .-,_ __ 11.71 for Industries who will reduction.. during the election campaign en do not have to pay a* much 'We just got tired of seeing with a grand ball Saturday

St Oil Cal 2.00. 881t Fidelity Fund .. lUI make their new homes there. on the diminishing roleof I for theIr labor. him mope around the place, and night Bonnie returns home
These rumor are based on manned bnmbers. Mathews said that to help!decided to do something about,Sunday.
St Oil Ind '. _, 2.00b C2% Fidelity Trend 1..3 It' of the mushrooming .
an outgrowth -
the assumption that the administration -- -- - ---- -- --

move of Industry to withheld plans for substantial ,

ecentrallxe and set away from military cutback In -.Irw TIlE OBSERVER r
:the old concentrations which ry iillr !Stt'It linker

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, NOV. S !I cam.: Into being with the construction 'lest Europe such until plan alter became till InvolvedIn election,

Ml tow T.rt VM .: of railway and
High Uw Clot Nee Chy. port ChI campaign !
25 Rails 150.72 149.0 149.60 Off .49 ', I !
25 Industrials .,'UJ 119.50 393.71 Off 1.84 i I I. One estimate puts annual Sine this I II an Air Force Kisses and Death
50 Stocks 525.12 519.26 521.69 Off 1.16 state spending on Industrial ,headquarters, much of the (peculation Early
I advertising at 125 minionye a concerns the Air Force

.r. and especially the remain I n I'

At the beginning these ads strategic bomber base In Europe .,
I concentrated on the business .

STOCK FLASflES ,aspects of their area. More C) Nw Vork Imr' I)style, and a reasonable pr'sumption *-(theme that has gripped young;"drath by war or dlMOM has be-
There are now only two B-47 '
recently they hive begun to hearts since Homer' and I
MARKETDEW of the never explored In the, day come unthinkable aa romaiv
stress almost equally the desirability bases left to Britain, and these, (lyric I II thai "Dad" also didn't there can be no objection to tt:.tie them for the young. Jl II an
YORK (APMTw stock from a living standpoint! .I to accordance with earlier, most phonograph popular this week with want his daughter I going out'merely I because tt I* eiprnwdIn interesting fact that folk music
Dew Joae. Stock: Aversges emphasizing climate: and recreational "Leader 'with a noisy and probably dangerous hillbilly rock 'n rod. ,''WhICh deals with tuca> stuff,
fairly even the lt-lo-16 set are -
market held on a poaslbilitie age driver.In What la Interesting annul" the! ban M gathered a RUM follow
keel:iarb this afternoon after Previous. Day I 2nd Hour I, Busbies Week magazine has UF Loan Fund I of."the Pack" and "Jh LastKSas. ; any case, the daughter surreM of thrw particular I \ing among 1odM,'. adolescents.

some wavering at the rtart. .1U4 311 Indust I off I... conducted a plant site survey in I song, however I It the Insight
ballads -!lobedlmtly tell. the .leader that It t It the
active. which 1._ executive of Set For Both are basically hillbilly to
fairly manufacturing Up Into the
Trading was they give present crop(
%20.15 20 Ralll T off I 23 I she can are him no more The adult. i
Industries in 19 cities done hi the slick commercial of adolescent To then,: workaday! mechanical: :
(jins'J1I1onllOme of tilt retail 152.86 11 UulJ I up 1.23 were queried. Health StudiesTM rock 'n roD style with the leader I II so broken parted children the Instrument,appurtenance to money grubbing
selected cbem- the chiH i(and angry that lie drive off In poor which has become theI
orders monotonous cacophony
110.52 15 StDc:1ts T out I 01 These executive were asked: of romantic tragedy I II not bat
teals! and other! Industrial Whether their was dress love. What I II arresting to hi* noisy style and to killed In but I romantic Instrument of derrlng-
company a
or waiting malady
seemed to balance scattered 1:390,000': Volw1le I Ul..M investigating possibilities for of Battle W. K. Keflogg Mich.Foundation the adult ear about these two,jaa: automobile crash. ;i miserable automobile l Creek. today .la the ,i iThe Last Kl .." sung by a, new school of "hot rod muaic:"
weakness. ; new plant sites, or planned to do established songs message."Leader I I Not *o long ago the weepy
a 111,009 perpetual i
*o in ChI next Ave II I of the Pack" I boy voice, I II to the same lugubrious ballad told of coming out of California In
Ford.. facing a iT*. .' some of M stocks at noon was unchanged years revolving ban fund at the t'ni-| wag strain. The motor.I 1 popular y sag which the automobile become
to What general geographical of Florida for : by a girt child voice, tells a boy i'lovers killed/ In war, always for|[
verity gradua
of IU Piano, was unchanged at SO I with Industrials area would be considered to' ;(.tale of adolescent love destroy-1|lilt recall taking hi* beloved for! a noble cause of course and{,[tan esoteric cult object
students to health and i
early tradln,. took a fractional of the op J, rails off J and utilities the event they did decide to: admInLttatJrxs.TM hospital I Iad i 'by parental Interference,,a late night drive and comingup the literature that broke up|! la "Leader of the Pack"

loss then erased most up .1. elect MW plant site,. which result. In death by auto-'{ oa a stalled car too suddenly grandmother was of Camiltt! ',|'ind The" Last Kla" the car
fund will be eligible i
tapped by
decline. The Dow Jones industrial avenge What specific stale, metropolitan mobile. Briefly th* chanteuse''', to atop. II I I fading gallantly under mvilerInu terms to be an Instrument ol

General Motors (el-dividend! ) at nooa was OB JH at area or title would be student enrolled In theprogram tells of meeting the leader of]I Th girl I II mortally Injured( romantic physical debit escape from something vaguely
favored. apes satisfactory corn the pack at the teen hangout, of.:and as she die 'by the highway(!:lie*. ,I II hostile What la Upreuing la
was linn. 174.11. California which baa been pieties of one trimester of pa- losing her heart to him and of the boy give her a last kls*. I Songwriter of U year ago'not that UM escape ends In

retail sales and a rise A generally higher too pro- conducting an httaativt adver-i dual work at the University !being told 'by "1>ad"" to find a "The Last Kisi" was held off I:might have done a comic "bat-)death, but that UM children

fa employment were moor.,. .tied *a the America Sw cEarbaage. Ustof campaign cam lilt ea Florida. fellow who will cut a better II,- the airwaves for several weeks lad about a romance abbreviated I seen cheated to a world where

big background Item, but analysts Trading Wit fairly .. | Each may borrow a mad are with her social peers. |:for fear that parents would find t by a horse and- buggytmashup. (: Achilles' chariot bat been re

-saw \hi stock market ufaur active State ranking Just below 1 am *f tx per trimester for Th leader, ah. reveal, camel: tt objectionably morbid. but no musician In educed to an Item aft the used-

through a eonsoWaUoa Cattforala wen Tens,. Georgia:a total of Lose trimester *pt from the wrong (Id* of town This seem a sense!*** till<<'!bl* right, mind would have tried I car lot, where RoncesvatlM bat
f1I featured by rotabOll 01 CerporaU bonds were mixed and OJkMia. Topat geographical a maxlura ., 91.66. Tb Th* suggestiou to that "'Ded''j|.Uoa to view of all\ the folk mu-I[I to milk the theme for tears.'become Route M, and where

phase Interest and a considerable to light trading. UJ. govero area toduded tie fund wtfl be administered to wa a bit of a ..... Th .lOlI,',!'**. with Us keening over grave.,,Tra;,.e romance had In be built I death It mere' .'s banal rett!
trading of iwitdunl.Wltaratment meet bond wen mostly a*> Sooth Atlantic. East-torti: Cev kilnerdsare with die I'olver refrain I 10 a loud indeterminate;;,stone and dead lovers, which''on grander foundation than vehicular of driving while emotional upset

amount portfolio change to quid dealings aver pay. PacWc ,and MIMI. A... lift policies governing student automobile Bob meant .. express ,la standard radio tare. Lev accidents. or filling to slow down after

TbtAisouattdPr iavrt ttecaurtetv tte bas tend the leader's motoring][,destroyed by early death I II a The explanation may be that;;,sunsei. .
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DEAR ABBY The letter about the office hay ride party of a strange woman giving my husband French lessons. ThisIs /XJOM H I 1 CAN SEE BY NE ICY L I CO.AUIP* I M "utRSf- SAN' i CHEAT t-J HEARTHAtO7

prompted this comment became, for the past ten years, that done via a tape recorder, a tuner and a speaker which < LOOK IN YOUR EYEc1.l1EFy TAKE rtj [fl YOU i1 MERELY YCAJ CAN GOLD' teSwSfAT
li what I have been arguing with my husband about He Is placed under HIS pillow. The lessons last approximately I THAT MY LIFE ISM'T rS J GOLD ,- {H I I W-AJ'Pii HAVE FORftlOO-j'I B100TOTHEF l !

works for a big company and almost every other weekend one half.hour while my 200-pounder slumbers. It would not be 1 WORTHt00.OOOTO r f SPIKE i, f
they have a party for someone who la being married, transferred so bad If I were not awakened during the night by other Z THE FORCE: 51R IShI'Tr

retired, or for any other reason they can think up. sounds. The baby needs changing, or want his bottle, or
Husbands and wives are not Invited. I've heard my husband has an occasional nightmare. Please tell me, Abby, am I
and some of hla coworkers talk about what goes on at unreasonable to object to having a French lesson at 2 A.M.T

these parties, and believe me, I don't like It There la drinkIng MOTHER OF SEVEN AND TIRED

and dancing and the young unmarried girls fall all over a .
the married men. My husband always his the money for
these office parties, but Just let me ask him for a few dollars : a
for something the kids or I need, and he doesn't have
It. He claims he HAS to go to these parties. I say, like DEAR ABBY: A few weeks ago I .had a birthday party
heck he does. When the company stopped the annual Chrlit- for my twin sons, who were five years old. We sent one
Invitation to each child and signed it John and Jack. Each -
man party, and gave each employee a turkey Instead, I was
so happy. Why does the management permit these other child who attended the twins' party brought two gifts one HE AIN'TTETCHED A DRAPOF WHAT'S "\ ifHE
for each twin. Now each of twins has received an Invitation ."y. -- THIS '
between the my a
hard TN
parties to go on? It only causes feelings .... CORN SOl1EEZIN'S PER IN
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and their families. to attend the arty of one of the boys I'M RIGHT PROUD JAILHOUSE &
employees TWO DAYS Lam
NOT INVITED I who attended Uielri. Do you this was a hint that the H. 'OP MY MAN SNUFFY.TO FERIHIS /;

DEAR NOTi If yon will Investigate, you'll' probably find little boy expects! two gifts One from each twin? Thank 'I'Z* ELVINEY TIME? N I

that the management has nothing I* do with then parties. you. rJ

They are erganlied by the employees (Usually one or two PUZZLED enc Jz
with nsallsfled drives). Management bends ever backwardto DEAR PUZZLED: When twins give one gift "from the c
encourage family salty and to discourage the kind of togetherness twins" It li usually twice as expensive as one gift would
outside the office that you describe. And enly Dave been. I dos'l know whether Individual Invitations were F Ihr

those who want to participate do so. sent at a "hint" that two Rifts were expected, but If you ;J ,
a hive any such suspicions, put your mind at ease and send
DEAR ABBY: Every night I am awakened by the voice Iwe gifts. Zen



WUFT O WE3H-TV (NBC) Daytona Beach I I)

(Education) O WJXT ABC, CBS) JacksonvilleU \

U of F, Gainesville t VVFGA.TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville n.wTO". j

Friday Evening/ ed In a "wanted" poster. from some Boonesville rey, Henry Slavs, Frank
100: 0 Well's Fargo 11:00 O O News, Sports, I aettlera. deKoya and Herbert Rud- ;
O Mike Douglas Weather 1 1:410: News toy I.

1.25: O Moments In Sports 0) (Color) Local News, I 7OOOEnslgiOToole( O Mr. Broadway HE3 STILL IN tSEq NQDOWTDOTt1AT ISURI! I DIDN'T KNOW ) fl THOUGHT SH!'0 t tI
1.39 0 NewncopeO Weather 1 DI Julio's parent demand "Don't Mention My Namein Iz MISS GAIE..DUR. .BUT WILL YOU Tea WIt J YOU WERE UP < / CALL..PROSABrf I
World Civilisation 11:2: O Movie Doable Fes- that he leave the Sheboygan." Mike's .AEAAGAEIS J S TLLWAKE HI HIM TO WONt MB DON/THAT WAS I WANTS TO SAY Ibt
1:55: D (Color) Local News,, lure. ,1. "Time Limit. I Navy so they can retire. been accused of blackmail < DoN THERe>! ,, WHEMHtOETSTHt CHANCE! JUST CALLED YOUr r8MB OIDN7 LIT !
Weather, Sports ((1957)) Ma]. Harry Cargill O Jimmy Strickland by a big man on TAKE HERTO THE

I::00 O News, Sports, Is accused of collaborating 7:30 0 (D Flipper Wall Street but he hasn't I =: LAKE LAST NIGHT!

Weather with the enemy In a (Color) It's "Count- the slightest notion why. o '

O Sunshine Almanac North Korean POW camp. down for Flipper," who's 10:00: O Gunsmoke -
1.1:IS O News Highlights Richard Wldmark Richard about to be dissected-of. Mina Hope Farmer, the

1:30 O D O News ,Bssehart 2. "Frank heists think he's swallowed daughter of an old friend,
O Using Numbers enstein-mo" ((1958)) Ba a valuable fish, Is going to have a baby .
ron von Frankenstein Is ed a valuable fish. and she has come to Kitty 13w
7N! O Yancy Derringer
O Death Valley Days beginning to regret his decision O Jackie Gleaaoi for advice. Guest cast

O What's New- to allow a tlevl- Reggie Van Gleason, Includes Betty Conner, 1li
Children slon troupe to film s the "World's Greatest Jack Elam James Fraw-

Tom Sawyer and Hues show at his castle. Boris Courturler," and Glea-I ley, Burt Douglas, Peggy 4M I

Finn witness a murder In Karloff, Tom Duggan,' son Girl Greta Randall Stewart, Howard Cutyer, WUNC.R'i i R itfl4e NEW $001 GOR A MOMQNrS ,
F Jana Lund, Donald Car Hal Shaw Joe ( ACCORDION ILMOt. eew THOunHT TWAT 000
a visit to the graveyard shows how to design > CHney, e,4 GOir-w rOSANDWICH 6o'r eoR MY 1 LT MaBIRTHDA YOUR smoowco'p
Clem Reeves ry, (Three hours) high fashions from Larry Blake. I LOOK '
i CD hOlls.1
II:. O tO Johnny Carol ATT \ V
InternationalShowtim. hold Items, ..: a 11:00: O CO News, Sports, ek1MST4O
7.JO O
: 1:" D Movie .
gangster and his moll Weather E
O Youth Concert "The Unfaithful" ((1952)A ) fear they are trapped, O Detectives J

(Special") Leonard Bernstein suave con, man blackmails an Italian athlete throws Mstt's Woman. My r a
view. his way Into Italian a homemade discus, and Fontaine Is picked up asa
guides young
through the sonata society where he TV lecturer Dr. Ga I. suspect In a Jewelry { Wes' 'f
era preys on rich women. breath Perchcone offers theft case, and brought
form. May Britt, Pierre Cres- advice. Frank Fontaine before Holbrook for questioning.

Rawhide" will not be soy Marina Vlady r.lniLollobrlglda tells Joe the Barten d If .

aeen tonight.O Anna Lat about Sir Francis Drake. 11:10 D Movie (Color)
tanzi Gulullo Call. One
Film Feature. ( 190: O CD Mr. Magoe "The Great Jesse James
hour, 25 min.)
0} Combttt (Color) Magoo's version Raid." ((1953)) Over the --
Fly Trap," SATURDAY of "The Three Muske protests of his wife, bandit '"
Ssunders'"Operation capture a Morning and Afternoon teers" concludes with Jesse James comes out ip WR SCVERAL WICKS NOW, I ALL OF W HAVE PERIODS 1 WU'Rl DEAD RWNT!-RUIN ,
the Musketeers of "retirement" to DtPRE.55ION.JIM'
German field headquarters sailing stage HOW K OUH UFRANHLV AT AU!" iHt SITS MROUN0.SAYING "
7:10 D Union Pacific \ IM AFRAID HUSBANDS DON'T) TOOAY' "rM CO"*' ***
for England the boldest of his I-WVT KNOW (
to retrieve
for a returningNazi O Sunrise Semester the queen's jewels. career. Wlllard Parker, THEJt DAIS JIM y MOW TO AN5WER ITS Mt\ SOME IT TAKES TO HEAVY FURNITURC FOR
colonel. 7:31 O Sunday School Fenn Barbara Peyton, Tom O THAT, MM WORTM! 51CRCT WOKJW KEPT LIFT OUR SPIRITS HER; rFY..r
D a.mar.f the Jungle Postponed from I last Neal. (One hour, IS NAGGING AT HER!
Florida Blue Key I/s
7U: O
week. min.)
Interview 1:00: 0 Across the Fence
1.30: O Porter Wagoner O Movie
O Miller MeyerID ;
too D Fuller World I)
,1 :3I0 Bob Hope Rocky end HieFrletds O CUUgan'a Island "The Sun d o w n e r a." .
Gllligan has grown quite ((1MO During the 1920's
Color) Anne Bancroftand a
( fond of Burton! his a family of itinerant
Jack Warden In "Outon 1:30: O Burns and AlleiID pet
duck. But Burton has sheep drovers travel from '
the Outskirts of ( (Color) Popeye and rr
BOlo the carnivorouseye / Job to Job through Australian
Town, by William\ Inge tl
of some of the hungry bush country. I a
O Entertainers 1.00: 0 Science Flctloa castaways.. Deborah Kerr, Robert I ilk 1

Musical comedy a tar TheaterO CO Addams Family Mitchum Peter Ustinov '
Gwen Verdon la the guest. Alvlu Jealous Gomes wonders Glynla Johns Olna MIr.
von coo nai vuL arson CARRIec TOS ANT). .woY-AIt, 4RfNaIfOTTNIf
Art Buchvald offers com 1.30:: O Tennessee Tuxedo why Mortlcla Is primpingso rill. (Two hours, IS min.) TNa-truer io ne Tf TAMU4 *OHds* DU41O cravat toe ie Mcwaor t.oADINS
menta on the political m 0 Hector Heathcete10iM for an expected visitor CO Movie Double Feature COt..CAN10N, PALACS-AND TUB QUiENt POClt*...THEN casTle IN eaR AN ARMY Ce HILL
scene. : O Quick Draw McGraw if he's Just the "chit 1. "The Master of Ballan- zz I .Mega to THE weco welLs'ruin vciYRs dos WALkS PRIVATa eTRAIONT coAM.FRe TO TNSHN I { funs.. PsoPLa Tb ATTACK I
Postponed from an earlier \. O CD Underdog hood friend" she claims trll." ((1953) A Scotsman i Nai oe at WITH miss! Pbvs'oeDON" wue ciao...

date. 10.30:: O GO Fireball XL4 he Is. Guest cast Includes leaves home to Join a rebellion I THE'eevv auenre psy1 oR r..I Asmr weAT eORRY AILS
O Past Imperfect O Mighty Mouse Del Moore, Psttee Chapman against the King. w SAPpaNnoi no :

.:" O American Symphony 1.00: O Linus, The Lionhearted and Jimmy Ames. Errol Flynn Roger Live- V I ,' I YOU ruiacass KNOW'ratioHt soon

Leopold Stokowskl conducts O ID Dennis! The IM: O C CO Movie aey, Anthony Sleet 2. THIS MINYTu F'ALTHOUGH I IJ
the American Symphony Menace
Orchestra in Sam 11:30 O The JettonsO the Movies: "The Jay- young scientist has
uel Barber's Violin Concerto hawkers." ((1959)) A former fashioned a human body /
and Claude Debug! I B Fury Mexican War hero escapes and la conducting expert

ay's Three Nocturnes for U.OO: O Sky King from prison after menu to see U he can (/)

Orchestra. Bolivian violinist Q Touchdown learning of hla wife's make It come to life. Colin \ x

\ Jaime Laredo II CO Exploring death (Two hours) Cast Clive, Boris Karloff, .- .-. .- .. ----
guest soloist Includes Jeff Chandler 1 Mae Clarke, John Boles.
12.30: O My Friend FUckeCO
lieve In You." Fees Parker, Nicole Ma... (Two hours, 40 min.) >c T ;
0 NBC Sport Special g'WNC6ETOUTA
1:310 ID Jack Benny A.I rrS MGETO IiERE./: 14.0.0 Tb
Silver Belt Skiing contestants
Jack'a guest la Abbe :3 err Otrr Nem: t. 'VU JUST HAD BREAK TIIAr
Lane, who sings "I BoO time. relax to their spare I Hong Kong Grows MoneySince Path. AnEi[ BRFMGA.r t BREAKFAST:: MOOD ORHE
Comer I'SMC IS FYJAtLY OV1ER... D crLaser
Pyle, < E T--
O Dig This DRINK A C POe
Sergeant Carter thinks HONG KONG AP-Thls la then little
( a a bit of the = COFFEE ..
111: a CD College Zr ,
he's losing hla touch: No town that cant atop making China mainland has been added FOL TEa vvAOMSUN. : jr
matter how difficult he Michigan vs. Illinois money. '." ... nne
makes life for Comer, liM O Lloyd Thextoi Stow Every year It's the same sto I The government of China, of ;::3I
2M O Theatre X
I the easygoing recruit ry. When the books are be-! course, la Communist and Its I I
seems to like hun. "Creature From the anctd, there s always I I
Haunted Sea".UOTlM money chiefs are the terribletemperedMr.
11:" O Jack Paar left over. r.xrlMJ
Bang and Mr. Coffee
(Color) Jack'a guests are >: Navy's VP 41
They try to spend It Every
Nerves International politics.It's .
':M O NFL Ceualdowa to
madcap Jonathan Winters
budget Is bigger. There are I
; comic Jerry Vet.non Kkktff expensive projects t. try to a wonder they haven't G !

who's making his ':3t CO Wrestllas solve the water shortage, and taken the place back long lince
TV debut; Cordon and O Mr. Lucky thousands of to Instead, they've become the
apartments try
Sheila MacRae, husband- I:W O OutlawsO to solve the housing shortage.But ,largest Investors In Hong Kong,I::: P w' 6o Ir,
and wife singing team; WUbarn Brothers pushing the British back to 73 "BAXSTCWvoynlo Abet! w4elt SH/V.SMATS ME '_., AINT COOIMAN. A 60V we THE NAME os 04ARUl6 BAS!WFIEOUEMTW
and author Alexander I.W:: O Porter Wsg..erQ more money always Li HEfOrr TO cue HAvtNT PON wasey wm/ MEt ,.,tpu DON'T SEEN NOIMI K CAUtf '*if: 1 VtGain..iil' Ssr
King ) FllntJtoees comes In than goes out, and at second place. I Is" OFmca' uevmeso NOTHNN';KNOW FOR 6/vE OK/M SERGEANT: PERHAPS t t CAN f

O Tie Saint 1:11 0 Fishing... the end of the year there's that I "11) have my money back In It K7e'lOME 7EfF COl1iN5 MFORMATIONON -
Bill falls' Into O News surplus again. "
Harvey 11 jean said one British .Investor
the clutches of a be.uu. m News, Weather, Sports It's an Interesting problem. "the Chinese Communists ....
.. ful blackmailer ,named 1.11 O News, Spirit, No other city seems to have IL willing" I
luella. Weather But then\ there b no ether place w I J 1 /

m Fugitive 1:3t: O Tae Deputy like Hong Kong. I And st they aren't? ;

Tug of War." KImbtt I "Judas Town." First of all, It shouldn't even -" .
'Then I'm wiped out.
Is working as a farmhand CO Daniel 1 Boone be here. I -

when a little glr I I Daniel Yak in, end Mm. The British got the bland with I But people are pouring money

shows storekeeper Art go pursue Lac Duquesne, s bit of gunboat diplomacy ;into huge, substantial office It'
Mallet Klmble's resemblance a river pirate who's slot the standard practice In those buildings, factories, warehouses r

) to the man pictur en a shipment of rifles days about 1JO yean ago. homes, hotels, stores. t' 1

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Friday. !. November 5, 1964 Gainesville_ Sun IIIS

4 PtrtintHni) SirvkM Scill InirrvctiMCIVIL
CLASSIFICATIONINDEX 1 12 Mobil H....., Pot Silo 12 Mofclli Him.. Ff Ser!,
I "' .. WII'HT It.tI. 01111 ens MiH W.mM 'O.. Ie rA ,W
Onto_II costs. C_. p ,eI / I.om..._ Pr "Mte nitIM' TRAILER SALES
INERE ton! _.. IdtflOM 4 Phi,.,. No. rut HOMES INC.
Kw TSIuH15 .. 111 W. Wiioo Rood N. on N w ink S.aAlavnk"
ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES Adams St.. .....:,:. At Pomi lens IT44IM P II MIU Wilt. JnHMMVMir.RIN9 .

II* Mmurm' w'" 110' .. rtseensiIsteirrd '.,. .... ...... HIOHKHOOL SPECIAL
ICon ol TlwikiI t0 stysrlo silos tI "- Irtt 040115. A m.r kit IM > HC lot tor moMlt twmo.
lut 4 mvoolt inr tun 11*, Nov. 4 Icon. P. 0. to. 1 IM4I, JockM HIM I "Mill L OH Ptynm MAP.ILI' MOMPJUN "
Ptum4IMCIM I"" Jtmoo oOulnn.llftnoa vlll* Pll I 7111.SPSDWIITNO. Pr." .. Pr 'n.iltusut cAIP N W, lit* It.I .
C PTNisn.llnd'. LrrlneI Jomoi 0 Oulnn I IPIlllNAlocrotorlol R .7553, 771-7711

TrarN 1 10ermatkl SUGAR CANE hilco. C_ ..tm* 1 dull Itrwit. TrOIs, ..ro.Iu.-. -..
NolltltI .Pill IM "'. Wt.t M J M. P15315PIMA Coura ClouotMm tuollty In Woblio Mamoi.MO .lot.. ..too. 153 ROYAL StUTANlnl I BIll
'',1.'' NW tin Sid. Pnono _... Ho,ll I'I lullnou Imoioiy :II wilts, to CIWOM Irom* X M. AN .1__. HP eon.rtinonMl .
"I r 511. CwOpe II' W. 5515 Ate.PR I. ,It It If .dm, litok CHI" Htwthw p..
I City. imM. ciilM"" CM 6-JSOI lonlll up n if ki Oil Ml?.
t PIKM' Tt .. An I I
I Sioy Sittirt, Child Cir*
TMnit. Tt InAUTOMOTIVI Real Estate Exam I Ptotvrlfl Mtrlollo. HIIKr.it, Wind' 12' WI DES
Mr 4 Pork MonorII .
ItiI.IAILI ehlld tare III my hOmO a COUISSATTEND
at NW diet Ay*. | Mckl III.pnon I
Pint Mown trM.KM
THIS WEEK'S IS ON Poster K_. Call' Mn..you Nvy tm >t ctn irMn pure In tko "MoMlt Horn 2 BR under $4,000 f
SPOTLIGHT H .,...... tales, RoMill PP. 0-1547. Iu51MN"SERVICE USE OUR

eMpftfliVM 71 Truck Hr IIMX WOULD LOVI I* tare tor c..llPIMM I 21 $p KI.I Sirylcn HAS BUILT RENTAL. PURCHASE
HUMPTY DUMPTY 55.51 N my $ast 3'1 0555 155.
Truck I
WoMol tool troi to cnn ftv acId OUR BUSINESS PLAN
101 NW 13th St. M T'...... 4 Truck HonllltM folk with mt *nyllm*. lta || 1 COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING LoW '.......,... rimes t55ylnest
While .sptlm. h gad time U visit the TrtHor ItMitt Inn SI. 1 _SERVICE m-sioq BAIRD MOBILE TOTAL COST

Hum.ry Dvmpty ,.rtlc.i., notice intuit h t ko. if M Motwcytlot 4 CMKn WOULD 'Ik. Mtu oN/N.dn' It tire I Of CONTRACT WILL If tilt
lrf till iitciill .fUr.* .. T'.".., ml Frittey ..|""". 14 AuiomoMii., >ooolnli lot M t11le1, rwoni _.. PIAtr. 17 Fwd b rortill.iraor HOMES h. rlnwclni ..rubbleDAD

Tn. rrm.r I. St..k Night ....) from 5t M. you Automokiii. tw uw IWIM** to como Plco.*nl toe, M) 11. W 1 (OOST.L ........ .ar ."."5al ." N Oe110PSwlo AND BRAD LARSEN
may njy lrf* Dolmonico' Stnk with pokollpot.r 0r Mre for 5177. Ion.
.. tnito] nil), in1 kit relit for wily, 97.. Pram 14 Prigs 4 ipwtt Can KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE \h will sly. "11_. C.1q *. 6It.2OI Jet. Ill 5 501
V Autos WM5dEDUCATIONAL) O.y. wok or Monttin llvirod *rk*. PHn Oil IJ7*.
On lit lot I miio I. .. it
,-, F.M. Friday I* .* Old-F.ehi.s.d! Fish I...
Fry *> NW tm, AM. tnutr (ION Crtil IntorprliM 10... BUTTSMOBILE K..._ 105thf'OiM
to"i... fer 7i. ill kt truth C.... K., mulls hush H..."..rn.y ..+_ tusnltit and 5105410 .
upput ...*) ult .. yes con ..t. TINY TOT HOMES INC.
II ICIM.II' 4 InttluctlM 21 LUntack > Suppli.1 ,
Curb 14 dimitf runt Mmc. *f witty ft PLAY NW 13th Si It 6th 5,. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
'., .... .... It MuM. Donclni SCHOOL
.c. I. i >lilo t'try i iy .f Nilttk. RTTlIliO cow pony ltd |4 It WMtsdIMil.ctiuEMPLOYMENT vun M an* to* Mr yaunutn
:10 A.M. 12 Mil-mil PMno OA HU'I IM'll
r Kir tnlonn on. cnlM'MSmy I F tANS .IIVU.w."Oi 114 All vII.. Ask fur our tptclal d>.- 'or too *."Iy WtfNm.Mh10
WitcH fir Not Wnli'i SPOTLIGHT 11 ,.....,. HUP Wonlot) lion,....... tncM yard. Nl we .1 P ri> InuOlo trilltr/ ,lotkor CM Dilvip tr4llormAMIoI >R count prlcii/ VVi cannot and till 171-6142
will not bl undirtold eoondtrmg .
II Moll. H.I" WMltolII CALL 371110 Ii t"ll" V!!. pt bml. Ill ii ,... qvoloty.I GAINESVILLE
Htlp-Mili' IP Pomtli W LIKE % soap your I toPPi (art1M Soup, Forme.M.., HI.> 23 V... Sirvlc Exntrltnc UPHOLSTERY
'* BILLIARD kDINING/ 14 lilot. ...,. WonM 5 yr. tId Ihlld' M my Mlm.SW Mtrn1. 511. I u.S 'II. 10. II.
DINING-DANCING 55,1155, ..... taro. 1st sale CNI MI.Im OPEN II AM -.11 PM .
CUE STICK BILl..lAAD5 Humpty Dumpty COCKTAILS 14 Worn Won... PwilKW _yard. ............ 0 5111 '"/ f4A4.U'Au/ 1'111111 SAIL C.lVa. AND TWO CLOSED SUNDAY 1'I
Pun for clot plly Ww_ Wontoi; Mite
uun. Ines
luut. pHONa I'll tun ititr
CUT young west, ... 10:30 AM.tr. 12.oM. UKIlVtsilTY INN II FEMALE HELP WANTEDmMlltMy IPM" I
Irtnf your suit Ml NW 1 lltll: ItoVMIol. FARMS b LIVESTOCK
Cpn 1. AM til II '..M.M5 ctI..1 li k Room, MNrpss5e5n4 SIPEIDDASLI MAID' n_ W WANT TO KNOW HOW ta Nearly'
N "Mitt' Strut landwlcna. HirlmpMIcHotob Cocktill Hour I to r. trlnkt M Form Iiulpm..itPM Llv m IP out. OP* tlnltn' your ....s "Hir moriniy TMn
on Top tor lilt prtto oil. Don n 4 PortlllMP 0r5 bwuwnre Md INlld ..... como 1 in on PLEASANT ATMOSPHIRf .Ini VII I A M. to tony OrHtln t 17440MPKOOUCTlON. you call M ton' p> witn CPACnnp.roilvo
DINING. SCHOONER ROOM Comb 4 PICTir. ,...... *rcD*. LivMtockJt a IitiSd. --- ARTI5T v__ ..""'_",. ontlaua eats Mull, 41 pop conl Used Mobile
>.. "01 t.w. nm ti PH t-14,1. LmiKoiinf Tu ... w. Stacy COIIIMI., lint tor popu Pork "Mtt.r
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE I ? I" leAN. IAN.322W. lor omockM p 1104.liiy SMK.' Ollnowlll' ... .r Alochul'
M Pots 4 Iutvlie 1.".. tOKlollll, nMawt tor ,
> N NW I0'l Itinimi
Dint' by cindltliiht In tit ttiignt. Unhl. Awt. HAPPY HOUP I to t P.*. .
Mi!** mchmct If ort p.r lull Imockln avwa on r. .
ful ......."" .,. of MiiyiMANAP.OI I CocHilll lor lilt Irks it tUl II LNtitock WastedFINANCIAL ....."/.... N* tin im, Aisle' M .*rM liatj rkh IPOll Ollct. ,... 4ol lit!
RESTAURANT A PRIZE STEAK? clwlco ....k. It roownibltprkoi IWTIOIOI. ,....., .*rn Mlt ,,.....fj alrKlloni" It M NEW NAMPSNIR5" liD NINE Home SaleQuality
p.ci.ll, M Lllloni.. "n.. Our U M tlrloln" tor. a m 01.. all lone M Pitting. 1014 to. "Mitt. LIMN' tblang' II In. round 11 totrlontlo SI 00 Each
.M OMOdelltlwo Mllln root Or inst. tram t vorlol monu. Oolnotvlllo. ...
Cartful ItmuplWr M .U.I.... OMortMiltMir P II 715'
UN Hnvthtrnt lid. HI PM' DUTCH TREAT
171-44* CmK ORLEANS Monty to Low word 4t hourtpor T.rIy."wt cnh 'In cm' for milaoilorn used and
101 w. u."'. A.0 4M NW imi it ,,."" wofli In ulot trom now until > add IS cites mr oocnootlim 10 PITS SUPPLIES repossessed, fa"oul

LARRY'SHOT OPEN AROUND THI CLOCK GENERAL GAINES SIMnrtg ae ". CHrlitmii vort lolM lotunlov o..rl and nco MmoRltM tor liMUu mollmi" *mWKI4I nom mobile hornet completely r.con*
PLAVOIIChlckus. W Mnwy WMOdMERCHANDISE hondllni. tied W Lour.iMlor. MINIMUM )KHNAUII ,
trr < .
tun Kotbutl t Co. 14WANTIO r
... ,..... l..o.tComploto STEAK ROOMPMturlni S. M.10 W aoUwwHI. tun Nile.era 01N05Id, I mill. A =. ditioncd and ready to roll.
un Wit U..I" A.onlltO'.N dlnnort trom IS cwitfSorvlng u.. ,1m. and Oolrt I / Owl. P. O ... ,". OHCtlMMO OtIs
I' HOUII A DAY trom J AM' to PWOK Stake proomM to Your tom O'FICI rocoollonlttMult ........ Now York II. N V. Pn.no P* I U4I_
ROAST HIP SANDWICHES TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT on our pn noirth. Hallloy Inn 41 Wtnltol o> Sup H obis. H "' ... NM ..| 1 Print lllnly' PAtTMN NUMIII, BASS .lens-liolrl.--tHIpoml, II*. I
(Now Orlttni styli U emit 1751 lW 1)th II. ION IW. 1JW IT '11 ..IM4.AMUSIMINTS 41 Mtdilnory' 4 Tint comploH "'.. formi Send poll.Nlo.nols NAMI" ADDMIt ml IONI. moo. kilimi lop toio. Aim., rot No Down
M P. 0. t o I IHDINTAL Money
HOT' .
H4IPKMI klttwlt, Moln .
ALAN 41 tullllnf MoltrliUI ,. ICII'
.h_ Root IMPSondwlcnn 051M.v111 HIW 'Olt ft" deleue -..... 11 4tt4rCHIHUAHUA.
MR. SANDWICH SHOP In Curs F TIAmuwmsut HOsM01d 0.- ASSISTANT i t 'iW"te mars tastbne It .It. reshot1hM '
w I K I
I. (arnlyn" plies A 0 W ROOTBEER STAND ovorl Plus I PP-tl pollorm PPi'ff-
nor NW nth itII 'V"l"NI c.).,. M Mist AntlavMM PIP lilt ko|'lvln>',OM-A* oo I..I .aolftnvllltlun ..."...., ......._y. .."NoMlocri't.' cMltol. Ctltloi.VALUIt MM, II. Pert. and mo ..itti '_L ut on repossessed models o lust pap
Card tor now "Male and; Umiii. irnilo.POP. .
BOWLING :N AM" II 31 PM I morlt iloluo om ilwi* mWAITMSI .
a.11a N Says and Olrk 47 TrMInf' Port soles and transfer fee then toke
1 Prom lh.A sitdtoN WANTED N writ II COMPlIrl GUILT tALl Is ;;;. *I"A<< tax .
'OWL ING alit. lint., it PIZZA-Hovi you"Muihroom trlot LobittrrPppDorenlf PIES ADMISSION 4t Fuel Oil 4 Weeds n11MI5.. tool ..,.,,. Anly PATTIP-NI. Ml lalUM, now Oulll rot Mmoll IKOLI. Coll' IIIIIM low
PALM LANES Tell Wilt Uris-oily, Nut, 71 Seals M.,.... ...1 '._le Inn. Ill Nl ItlD A... took Per OHIIWrl' ...',.. tong 4111 NW mn it up monthly payments.
Ding wiry night fo, Vii? SW ELLEY'S ,IwnoW14. It c..lit Pawl I iW'HiTE
.lsymontrpm A M. N I ..M. COCKTAIL H Camp Hunt PINS QUAIL
Proo nurttry untie.. lit W. Unlv Avo OP1M n Ottlci Iqulpmmt PART TINS' OP. PULL TIMI" lyeIII. Droiwd ,.". II II oor*
.,._ NW lit Av.n LOUNGES Mm inorlttcnl mull" M .1.I"II.D Llvo. PrKM. occmllnf H As low as
IMI Aside P.J Mil. Female
.4511 lot tnt. tree OMIvory 71 MwUll MtrdiinflM' ...,...... Writ to kM 4.A C-* 13-H.IP w ...
ADVERTISE IN Tub ..."., Per b. 5'.... .........S O.Mivlll. .unWAITRESS. _001.1101 4AI h ..llPkrW..

s 010 ADVERTISE IN THE Isouc TNI A/nlosphtro CYPRESS LOUNOIIdutllvlly k5 Musk REAL ISTATI FOR SALE WANTED ,COUPLE.."...... It 550try.II.. WIMbldrny "VI N t tk 5'A SrSwn' ..'.1.'._,. $100
DINE 4 DANCIDllfCTOP.y '' DlltorntBrlnkl H Mobil. 14..... tor ton' HOWARD JOHNSON HISTApply Coll 4MM'M or vint" J. L. Oocft_. LOT 551st.ro DOWN
SERVICE DIRECTORY Al. VM llts TWm4M9 a Lit tor till' In ppfton TtTt NW '"h"! aunddtsrtes.. 511API Pnono AnnvoIAaCl. PP. 4U44. til NIII fill
NW IWl It P* 4-IHM. "
14 W.I."' ..' PropirlyU U M.I H.I Ip W..,.. i l YOU PP.UINUV EMPLOY.I0 : i f H.oe: M llklNNIll used mobile homes with
> II ... itS yU UlUHMt on .
HauMt top tolaM ..... ..... I seer ........ JA""' ''' o o
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE : CattoiM tor Mil' ".NAGII ,.A'N.' ... tiodrd.se..V Would yw you IOKIW Ilko to l...man 11011I I krltk.ltWouW chonootAro It I ... n. Hoy bank financing low monthly payments.The .

OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 17 Kill liloll .ttftino**' .mplermMi, trlnga' _. you Mlo I* hivo l Minor stnsMN 171 MN
Illi. OMlkonlo, must to II.M In NtcomoV WWII' lorlMt Iflonlio.
CALL 378-1411. It loot. ...... WintMIt sold onyiwol comltlon' all MilOHlonilvo lust M Ho lull hoo OOMIMIIIn 11 Mobile H....... Fir Sill
Out at T.et ProoortyM bocklrount ,....11.. t nunlloi M North control BIGGEST and BEST
I...... irolor morrl.*!. Aooly. Jorliom PUrku. OA| North '....,d.. Cam Intl 5 .. I to "r."It w,, .ubInd
\ q lullntM PrODtrllM .I MINI "MorHot, IIM NW loll' toil "Morvm ROIL tntOt, 0"... ._,. Coed. .-. ..vruNr Selection in Town.
41 Polltfonltll' ,Income _A... vlll, tor oppomtmontOTOI as ... III..., III .... 1
j O ,...... 4 Acroifl $01510*SCHOOL O OUAII to ot- M" bOUTS tALISMAN** t11514.. 370151

Ads Get Results I 41 Calartt Property 1.144 list, hi arts ... oorvk. *>ot. C AS SItS, .1
Sun' ......'_. Mlplul' tut Ml IMCMMry W. 55.0 S1.alM1 M $1 TeiIM.Willstet WYATT-
AMIy, M *.rvyi. 113,15051 ..... 11511r FEDERALQUALITY
RENTALS MILTON MOfOl Otsup Gold aMIM. If r0 ,
61 CUvo Proporry hotels 701 N. Mole StINSUSANC5 Silts I..".'.....,... and ...,,. It
rue y0n.. $555.,5, wIt" very Trailer Sales
44 Clttogoi for Pont COMPAct n slam. ........ .,.... n" MI.
.. .. HOMES
41 PunuiM Apia Ms Our doAli .. N. Cai.wNM.vC NCU/on0nD.... ...... Nall. NPleemyN
p10.015 tecaary t11r/lt5 ..101.r .. _,. _
5110 1111111 uN.. 0 It
@ 41 Unturnlllwl', Apt*. 55 call J12-ns.. 5 sC 31. lluito om AlrilriMtTrovol 4820 N.W. 13th Street
47 HatiMt for Ram Pur LOCAL OIM noM mon who U 'It"wI TtOrn.iiij"POI TrtlWrlOcolot .

W' to HOUIM top Hint U....*. iIIlt,..lad III Shall ...... M s INVSNTOIY CLISK5ilsry Roolor Pint MMm 1.bind. Gainesville
linn 4
; ....,
mob lit II S 511 uhyl
ri This Week'sAPPLIANCES M II..... M lIent ,,_... all SlySov.. 55511doperlIlei Cpn1MnM1r1N. Wi'. sNllly. IS?) Illvor Ivrmo. lint
Ansly 5ic SIll 5 GSna. Phwlo Nt1U5
M Maaita' HimotII III 40511 sal11M. AoecOI1st1
44 'It
soputuilty ... .... Sloe

, I SIN Mlot.Wmtof Ranlill 71 P.nta 555 coniMtiMI......",.. 5155 Writ/iso K 00155aril OM 17 With W...,.. Mile

lii lolrlin Wontoaln 410.A. 0-1 OomMVllH lun. Ph....
WP1TIi\fl 1 ? \ Dot lcl .100 .M ..1111.. of .....'.... WHIle IOY \lIn
v_ rIoet l.nptOr wiN POI well tnyWlno> ony Mug Me-
14 tullnott PJHitillSIRVICI bt tit/Kid w//5051 pwr pre 0 o m I p..... ._...*. Call

utui uJu ULJ WANTED 11tseloP.. IAll MAN wiin aul* 3t.1411 C

pj moan faol aolory, .... cnvvoncimonl IS Schools ft InotmcHlntMEN
1) IpKIII, ......... ..,........ 55Cd -'Iy for ...
It HpS ltnprovpp.t/S Wrllo P. 0 yes IXIOoinCTvllH. REDUCEDB

Spec al 14 R till" 4 TV tervlnU Plo. for iMee. GET A MAN" 'S JOB
.....LIS"'AN" .
OPIP.ATINOJI lullmtort, .roiMro,
.I Appiitnct t PurnitvnWANTAD for 1It..._ ...... 11,...._ lotihoi 4 kioporo.lorn .
Lea 2.... mule lit _..... lop ._0. Wo WIN ISM.
2'1-011I Nest 'S Weakdly__... you on ow.. Mulpnont' *n PH VA
.... ipprov Wills li


PH. 37M411 Ts51a. PL. Pt. 511-0.!

torClassified WANT"'ISSPUOIUNCOD /
55 P05 YOU'lit !

OnlyDEADLINES I. lit '0550. a robOn sloe C.51051 MOM SIrl''_ aM51p CLOSE OUT
/M AvM Rerp5a/51ivI C"'LT "'III. TNIon.r5 S5540111,0 /.
50101055 "M tai 1rset w_. pled we.51hw1.
pour Co.Ie/m Mesp1p. / 1 .... 105//55 ,000/51 51N0MTTI
Per HOPM1W toll, PR 3 0011.A COb POIATtON I
Oil Airport H Do.... PI..
TIMO. Km Prt pen.I ... ON 1964 MODELS
*, S III. Day kmn SUMS
I coin.

Pr ads is M III ...... Masora [
01055. 011.PrpreSesoNMr4tM'.
NEW 1965

'1 I ,.,-. lot
Atmimum/ IC 4 im..) 56x10 57x10


104500 100. lilt BEDROOM, WITH

I ,IMrtipk lie betS Completely Furnished FRONT KITCHEN,
bMletl.ia IIc INlo
InMrtlont In pn.TotM .

4LINES CHlrf ttntput kyPHMIIMyinf ONLY
PIes lollir WM IOP HnMrnol >
w a MmMr it Moonitnt.Announcements .

10 10010

DAYS I This sp.ci.l Rood on 2 BEDROOM

$2.00 I I I LOST b FOUND 10' WIDE SAVE UP TO $1000ON

.bove kesl and h opus Poun* l ..... tn lomii,* .......
Ton Hr wil iii'S-l on
1'r.l loci torn .: 4unl 11* Completely Furnished
_orlll Pro. P R ..,.. ALL 1964 MOBILE HOMESAll

1 .I lo HOP comm rciil .d. I.k POUND *A....f, /IN N 5001. ale
noN ......... wet1511 haPew. ...., $

yti LOU. -OWnor"MMIModl 5)5 3tS1.st. trimtl ONLY 2795 ;il'l I '64 mo
d 'ertigurs tnly. Itch weak "II
; i $5.011 511 55051/5 1'- uS II
eA ,,Hum ....... tvfanrtr t a, I I I'I d..I l todey '6J Mad.!i will sues k. here -
vi mi

I ..W west .d special LOU Ciao, _*t omorvllli.41 rk>.f .Hl,M.>. kM kneel,..tPW II( II I' OPEN DAILY' A.M. t. 7JJO .M., UDAY 6'' SATURDAY TILL SiJO
4 III. M>t tataMP, IVI *> !
C"_. PloM 1'_ ..M s.1
_ii't.. p.iwtm I II: CLOSED SUNDAY
will L* offered welch for ;


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it. Social or dS..g11OrNlm 510 "I
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1 $ 1 < LEARN TO DRIVE : MOBILE HOMES INC.I I l 2 Miles South

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My OOVIN4Al KN,0llet. I'',I 4920 N.W. 13th St. On U.St 441
erono III 'It 311-7551 ";1 V

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II LOTS FOR SAllprkMl IS H.u_ fw Solo I 15 lOsses for Solo 1< H.u.. far hIs IS H.ut.1 far Sal.COLONIAL. IS H..iMitwSl. IS HemoM foe Solo IS HMIMI far Sal.Rm. .

50j"7ljiidhioh2uF wood'd lets LITTHw6oB"" 4 U. I''ATHI. LITT IWOOD .oWN!" M0V1N ON!! mill nolh 0' .0,11"'. I1J.. jT3nwTsnnrTnBinomollTfwoM 5HOME. J ... 100Ino non-Gus.' NEWBURY 2 55.. (5. tintof' .
THE TIME from 11,100 7050 to. H. Control! Met, II mot. eld 3 IR I .. completely 000 Large Florlde room with ".r.. 1300 down tnd Mlpor .lets ..... combined I III. betht Mlcho La- cerpert. nk:
FORDYCI 1 ASWCIATtS, INC. bullt-M kitchon, nowly' decoretedm turnlilwd Noird.tvi.' built-in boakinolvei and cabinet New Itt ttory d ............ I both mo. "h.... FR ._. tlrooloce, ... noon enclntdgorogo comer tot, vory "'_'bl. for
"P.IALTOP.' end out. Irks for "bull).mi. .: Unutuol" ckwf tooco 'In comlort. homo m N. W. ....Ion. Con. polio "pump noun, fenced coin or will ,,_ Phono 47Vllll.
124 W Unlv" JT4I7T4. eulcK Lie. Cell 37>.2It"t"SlAt .NW I Elence red. bU,. 371-4171. able S bedroom home. Plreploce.Lerge !MOl end air condlllonlng, built- GLADYSSMITH ,.... lendic.ped 111.000, 10 .
IS NOW. Uth A... ....... Ml. Soporeta uiHIty in .IIe_. Ridgewoy ConitructlonCO por cent down N. clotlng Mill.4IM .
THREE .bedroom, femur room building 1104 NW U Ava. ., 371-0041 or 371-4414. NW llth 1!. PESPSCT 'Oil LA"GI PAMtL,
lot. Eacellent
14 W.torfronf Property "touted en "lorge comer Phone FR, 0-MiO OR SMALL SORORITY
FREE TURKEY nelghOorhood convenient PHAfmonclng $400 DOWN GULP HAMMOCK 3 IR. t both Like now. .Sl> III| ledroom.Four ..
LOT to echooll end inooplna. I IR t both CCI noma half mile frome, Vk A. Fort cyprett .51610 lI. l- HI both homo M chitS
Do You Have ON 'UWANNIIIIIVU'A'"IPICI Your Thenkiglvlng turkey cornel.... Tin Jamee Cempeny. of good tuning Lone. Clot to Very .",ocll.. 3 IR, 1 both 372-5393 Ins. Oood hunting. Equity ondonumo No'....... locution. 171.000.
with this houto if "purchoiod Phone 371-7401. _____ tows UOM tar _",. With S750 homo In .... nolghb' r h a od.Lorge poymontt 371>4211: Torm. N. W. JJrI CI.
A Room 3704140 tore Nov. 34 This I IR CCIhouM LOT OWNERS I I I worth thrubbery free or will tot 101 > 140. Monthly COUNTRY ESTATE with (lays
VALUE. Lergaeloping hoe boon completely .reconditioned .. You con hove ..,.... homo with frooe eoully for homo In tmoller pevmonte only S7S.00. Renge and Fomlly dilate tin Santa.. SUNNYIROOK ESTATES 5,504 ...... .Wino ............ .1>
EXCEPTIONAL AccitnosiOh Imldo end out. Ih. IS7I squaw feet under roof for town oc,..... or whet hove you rue Pfuarlottoof.nt0. I ,,,. I betht. ig storm area, two both brick homo _....
Apartment or Loke Oonova. cMired lol one wood tloon and roof too) ondU lent no.371 I I.,.. iIod....... writ ion 12H ooinotvino /2'ACRE LOT ceoor-llned cl_.. built.M e p.plloncoi .litlng row,. ". 113,000.,
". on paved roof rudy for "Immodltta _.. Comlrvctlon lun.IUV 06.165 tsr two Norm. well to well c.,..... I Tornw. N W. :33rd Ct.Nowor \
reedy tor building. Prlco S4t? pane". Move In 'Od.,. ..I your Iii bothl Motonry hoot. builtin Irond now 3 IR I both Cl Owntr want 01'... 5.160111 PI. ...... IN oIlIOJ NW ,
House to Rent? _T.rwlPtos!. 373-47II. Locoted NI NW Oil or Get forced Ii' DIRECT. PROM IUILDIR Will' 5io.ncs. *
turkey tomorrow kitchen With netural birch home eltuetod on mil lerge wooded OIls T.. 0, cM nl151. then now. still sods con'
MM iiHoMI'- Mellon |lust 4 blockt from alanvtcneol foe no tolet commlttlon, Perede of end lendicoped tot on NW loth Wilt HII'L' tnctlon Throo bedroom, ,1.55b.ths I
.At moulli at Suwonnto III.,. on a corner lot. c.bln.tt Plus mony more from 14por Homoi ....... Tho complete. Avo. Cent hoot 4 A-C. Double AUTHENTIC COLONIAL BIOOO. N. W. 33rd Ct. .
REMEMBER Largo t M, CCI campincly $350 Down $46.50 turot. Monthly ptymonH'ulld" Inc. home with I r.r.n'' : corport I.,.. temlly room, -... LUXURIOUS, Well to torgoout white brick coionlol. In I
furnllhud, lergo flretleco Ac- month NCP 3310 N. W. Hugh kitchen end much mo... 11,000 W.ll cerpellng.Cuitom NW. Mellon. Log burnnlg fire. lOMitlM Acre ...... N. W. SJrd
: coil to toll ft troth owl., tithing : to :M I, tin Tout I Iw. 371-7401._ _"__' Idwordi, Inc., 37o-7f7 will move you .In See 5040,. drepn. piece 'In wirptiouily corpitod Cl.PARODE. .
A rental vacancy tlihrrmnn'l ,..0d10l WymenTounwl :r."il Coll Wirnor W. 3030 NW isth II I OR home In 00,43.0100w.. living room. pants Flntlly I
NIW I IR I belh homo. 01 OUTSIDE CITY ..
Phone FR, 11311 Live .......,, FR e-2471 or Hop WHI Perk, 13* down anrJ 173 it'pii.rc.d dining.....room.Flnloy room throe bedreomt. two b.lht.kllchM 0' NOMI MODEL .
: COSTS YOU MORE Osk PA. 11)3 N. Moln tor e guldrd .... mo. or will' rent for If! per with' flrtplKO kitchen, complte fmtlly' control room No. CIIy hon at Ibis eltarntia5 1144: n tool.1. Two cor .onsm "urnllu. 'Inl'h Qnilhtymtd ""IIIIIy. .on "CI..
mo. Phono FR 10150 3 ID, I lots Cl home on N. W. ctOlnolt mtrblo lulL l.nl viluo
OVI 3mm. of l Ilk. front many Ity. h..l 4 air cond WW corpit, 1031' N.W. '14th Avenue. .
: that boortng. POCM ",.... AIM' I ten tuMid bard ,..d 4 5550. :Jtlh Ave. Kill outside City llm.III. centrally hMted end olr condl.tlonM T. 0 IETROUIR
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than nliltod, noum wllh dock ond ..., SACRIFICEFor T.rma 174-1014.' 3701 NW 33rd Huge LR with Hone firepiece Service ll our Motto. for your ,.., 'round com.fort. FR 0-3MI __'
-will rent iti! will Lik. pan'S.Olnhs ,Many.. Itnisuiri ml''..LowllJow. OnWINIFRED YOU A ASKED[ ,,. .chlllC'' ....,...... -.. Ave. cal, floor. Cent......heet For Moil.501. proctk to toe Smell W. lava down tmall PIYm.hornet.... N W.. LOCUM llth Avmue.In .3300 17I12SIMcKlnLy block. on ,
Canlmnnporlry on cell 871-4331.' ( Conttructlon EARLY AMERICAN
.'" C. DON'T MISS THIS ansi lIonel 111! dOw",. Company
ISA 'In.nel"1 ondMontgog. 374-nsa
H. CRAWFORD For "tumptuoul country Hvlnf TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt 'lIars.L.nd FIREPLACE HOME
Here's what your son. I r ok or, itwctlliln coil.. Mri. Corollno Noyil IA.I... Oira.nl J1'* ml Sou'h UNIVERSITY 'Ion Inveilment .Ail 5110550 IonIc, e 5 raisId.
LAdS PP.OPEHTIII -. C II.- 37M3tl of Compul" on 441. I IR. I bOlts Or dovolopmont. I b 4 lad-room Modell I. IrwIn 1f.loco .51,6601flmily .
COSTS "AOI. mind No. a* MMrma fOR IT! Gladys Smith, R.illor don sir Dod yier 'round com Complete Rool Illol SHADOWLAWN room buil.ln 1110 I,
vacancy all 5.2555.Ceda: 1m w. Unlvenltv Avinuo7M fort. Priced lI.n,. Drive by REALTY ..", Ic.. enon with b.1It H' Clanisttly I
phone FR l-4.ll or PR 3I3M. ESTATES I..pod sentrmlttoatln5
YOU EVERY DAY r Key Shores I lot tor NW ttio:34TH tomlly PLACEImoll ",.! llotoi WOODROW SEAYThe 1111 N 3740)1 Main, It.Ph GLADYS SMITH F. 0. OLIVER V lie ssoditloinp S .
OFFIRINOIndividual ..... COsine"
MIllie lulloor "" dsod..nd .1.
; until it is rented : fin. homeiltei from $2250 .to...50 cut month souls Includlnt- pevmenti,.... only ire W. M. M"".... Realtor Realtor Itylei Far You N W. ..... Ic.lieinl Smrons1,511mM.
from 1J10 I .AlMCl.tMS
non-wot.rfront SI I 0*. I both .
: 3841 0,3831 I $$65 Mo. "Ins.. down piynrsirt unit 12JO., OCALA ieiss-4uim Mock comna. 5010114' IrjLIng I. McLoughltn Fronk Roby 1MI W. UrK" orelty Phono m.It Well planned living! ..... .
CEDAR KEY pius 171 totol closing coito. Com.floon .... Duality metorltl
a tomlly room with, fI.. Roy MeC. T. C. Oouglet Jr. g> 4 workfntnltilp -
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Marina Locations to It',. nof "%. FR 0-1471.
.ltchon. 376.2050 uP ..... g) A community yog would be ron.
: IS: PER DAY IS: INVEST) facilities/ no.dad hire 11t3 N. M.ln 5!. tax LASSITERRealty GREEN proud to live InDrive
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Motel Locations 2 & J oearooms I ON LAKE DEATON Avo. ""tho Olin Spring' ,In.tortoctliin. .

M .por mo. .. I1.N .por day JWK I REALTORSCREEKSIDE SM sIgn an left
INVEST occommodotloni PR ....... 112.7070
." mo, II M .por deyII reeded Large
Mutllul 4 oodroom, 310 both 000.limp. NW.ThrM .
GLEN IFRINOS ROAD aria dledroom
.. 372.8404 ...,, homo ovor looking' IhoIAKI IR t boIls Cl Home .d ;
555 .5 .f lfl M por. toy ANDREWSREAL t SaIls home with -
; DAVID Gorogei & carports EASY TO IVY ond ooiy to Ion locotod kill ouliloo tko SWIMMING FOOL on ,Iti", N.or School. Well to wail
.semrmL. .. HOO por ooy ESTATEIS a Ploitered walls' Litimwood aria. 5$,,.. bidr0osnl. city llmltl 01 Ollnolvlllo. A tiro- double lot l5O. no by 120. c.,.... "....,... room.obly HOME HUNTING? LOOK!
hugo Kroon con.
Formica cabinets two bolhl IU'I':: Coco Clays elry LR with big fireplace. prlcHf Good llnonclng -
ltoiay roost!. lit tinting mir conditioningond CHI for oppolntmont FR .
M .por mo. 1114 "por. Ops75 .. fir Sal.FUKNISHIO a BullMt kitchens ...' 0.5,1 5noV55., mod .0icula doubio cor port ins lull o Penolled. Dining room 4 Pisridiroom. 13577. ECONOMY Mod H.u. T."allo floors ....... m.,,,..o on "...lbOO"rm. tow of Iho many o.tro footurn Now PitA.. flntnclng only ., oxc.ll.nt condition' on woodod -
.por me. 123J..por doy 1230: Down doling' cnlt.Tolel
In tho OKootlonil! homo 5155 I EXCEPTIONAL VALUE lot .",..'1.. Mighbo_. nit

171 .por mo. ., KM .por doyMM tsp MI.. MOO I aoylty IK' end CCI ..10cm.p.vm.n5 Houtt. .. All Both city vonltlei utilitieoSidewalks WE ?HINIC'tta.....,..,,* you two will bottt Ilko houM thlithroo ribs It o PRICIOF SEAL IUV U5000.ot Itio REDUCID by .rot.price only.only Call 121,000 171-1531 Shown Th ton,.. I R North.eit. 1 both homo In ..... SI 162 30115 ono St.Phono only 3711471.LUXURY w.ooo.. UN down,

01 540 m.. C.II 3'20OJ' In tho IICII, Hirtwood neighborhood."
.. .p.' mo .por doyIM illS, jind.itla p w.... Strip 1 floor.PinUp. noMnry" .......... NW I .....,.... houU ond now IEPORE YOU BUY OR IUILD (.,.. lot with booutitul motunohrubbory. lowtllul Porodo Homoi moool,
.nd'. .... you owe It to younolf la let ulthow Homo holy decor.otrd .
Occupancy biforo Tnoriki- lining .pjit roduc d by II100 toIII :
.p.r 00.5253 ...' dip ivlng ond tirmi to wit .MO. ONLY 1150 down Pu.. you this Urge con,.........,, Now range ltd rolrlgorotor eolwlol stylIng, 4 t both, ponol.od .
.. MANV NIC! r-EATue.il, olr. 1 condltiming nRI '. $11,250-$12,550 APPIALING; mldmo In = doting CO,," IR, t ..", home with ItOO)q. Includod In "" ,eh... prlco of family room complot buill.'"
tM .por mo ,. 13 N .por tfiypor bothl, _CCI....home., tlrraiKO and .n NW on .....1.... lot 101 i lit. It. of living .... plus big S corgorege. 111,000 low down poymont of kitchon, m.n, oxtroi. Now telling
tltuitod In "... .bout suP DoOII VisupM.n.y M.n, .",oell.! footuroil lIves 1300 DOWN Attroctlvo 1 bid Central Hoot 4 Control HOO FHA with payment of for 134,710. Phono 171-1471.
.. mo. 13.1* ...' 4 ISO Well Ii' conditioning, lull In itove, 7500 por montli' Including' ,....
NW ochool ot 2011 NWth ,.11.. cmtrol h.it, on. only londKopod lot lust l"i mIles .oven dlthwothor, dlipgiel. In. and miurence.GOOD IN BETWEEN And In :bitwoin' Irs Itt 65sf tiw
itoo por. mo. Nil: por. diy PI, Cell jH77 for ill!. with 17.00.00.. from G.I.III.. NO TAXISI tronce foyer legs living room. homo voiuoi In Gilrwivllle Hlgn-
.. ownt'. OVER AN ACRE In KlrkwoodOrocloui ONLY 113 "lit MONTH.Lot toporite dining room fomlly INVESTMENTA lind Court M...,. Three ond 4. IR
motonry homo, con.tr.1 room with llnpl.c.' All throe cornor property lltuotoil on Eoit models from 3.100 to 111.Mo. 14 *oHgni .
: CALL 378.1411 $$1OU cash VA hoot, two b."'". III... BM>. Ul ihow you Isis tins nomo snap be thrown togothir for entertaining. Univ. ..... with Ill It. ,....,... givoi town blgg.it MlKllMl
FRED roomt PIUS onothor bodroom with 3 bid'....... I boors, control LIKE NEW. Hiking 140 It. .Hi doom Coll FR
ond both for bits, i rsi. hoot ond .lovely. I. VII Ion thin 121,,'" ond OFFIP.IREQUESTED. t..31110' oil pirtlculon Zoned For lnfwm.ti.il .r .".i"t."t t. leg, ph... Xlrkpotrick -
"TO PLACE YOUR ".., or for o itudy Lorgoicroonod ocroonod In polio with iunk.nIlihpool Good terms. Call! '.2. -
lOrCi.SlrittiCI. too. lid oxlro tinS lot boou 37S-I91I .ndPiorun.. JT2-1471. M ,ll.t. .. sIt ci.
ARNOLDREALTOR 'IOU ........bI' emil end Ihown tituiiy I..,......... .A rool buy 1400 DOWN 4 III .per month .Including J. Prod ASSOCIATES NI lied llvj. sad 11th Torr.te.
: SUN RENTAL by "...In'monl. ot 117,700. ,.... 4 Inwrencel' IR Col. J. W.Guy Otvli Joyno H. J.luttorworth WlltihlroMultl.lo
,, tIll' b.lni. Quiet NORTH.

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....IIGO sot ins 0 12,250.. 5-000 Ploy. M..h..._ Iron lunnoll
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.. O5ILI HOME" 5P"1" down, Copt. A. W. PHd, UJM *ot.Lovli Fordl, Wm. I. |BIII> Horrlt'....cI.t. Highland Court Manor
EDWARDS Klrklond Ion GriffiNLITTLIW000WSOTW003 W. H. luckhonn.nfNER Id mills .AitocletoKM INC. I
>....... Mobin Homo Fork NEW ,
J t Mllot North on 441, 'V 1 IR' I baIls tHouOl I, I E. lit SI
...,_., bothl. lovoly wooded
cnoriM a. Norm. Wgr.Phono M NW wctlon for III. ir I..... THE
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.. lot. Control ho.t. INC.
4UI440rSALI ,..... 12'.100' Wilts ....1'' ft I Phono FR 114MIV New Brick HomasSt.phas Set Gainesville'i Largest _1
1W4 I IR M II I..m.. OWNER S IR. I "both .1, condltlonod .
ftlcroit '..II.., relied colling. 2909 NE 15th St. I br I -. Cl Cont. hi, owning rtf.I,. 4 ulltm-klt, iH colonIst eutilde.mil .
c TO equity are toke .... poy. UNDER $20,00015.drnsrnllblths 176-7971 ..1"J blocki to Khool uoo down. 11211..por me. FnonoI FatterHatihti home It Idled with con. Selection of Quality' e1
1yy. of 564 par ..... PVM4 171. 101 I 140 foot 3764073.An.ttror _I..c.. tor gr.clou. contonv i

411 ."or s-s eM. lot. Penc.d bocK y.rd. 5. W. ShuN SCHOOLS bm.utilui MyrIck SrI inst isundor .....,, II.,... Notice the well 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes.
locltlon Control tWIt with ownIng I br I full being. Cl II lichen Sosrsts'cdi.n In WimMiy: 144 bedreomi built-in kitchen .. I' P .1 I n 11 d work .,.. with' f
CONNOLLY window ond !H .ul.l.d .,- IN NSWSIISY I .11. CC' H..... spacious roomt, Immedlote occuooncy ..... Add your decoretor'i equipment. con. ,..t, VA nt leundry, kltchm mid pontryiterog.
Molwe Home inn, Inc. I A Ibedroom tic """ llrMl paid Is'. CHI tor ..i. by ow_. M.ooo COM orI4SOO touch to tIlls Homo by chewing down ,.,mon'. FHA from 1700 hindy. to the Mrvlce ....
mobile lynn... Mtnyfloor I-ml tedoy. for ._''n'm..'. en termt of UOO down wIM your color tchome: now. Cell down-no doling com.Cop.tol trince. Tnere oro three brtrooml NOTHING DOWN
pleni. I ,.., flnenclng _. monthly 171-1041 FLORIDA PASO Lloyd Myrkk, builder 372._. Wills Mtitondlng clOMt( ,
CV:,. out toll.,. I mile. Southoroolnttvllia FOUR BEDROOMS I br. | b. lie." block on. .... .ui''...... Inc. fecllltlei plus two lull tiled '
.. 441 1710 DOWN I IR. CCI om' by ,lul. ,.nII.copo" hlWfl by NW
en U. pit lOIN Floco 4
both Qualified Vets ($100
BATHS ond 0 Hporolo droulngerio closing)
Mn THREE suns,. noor .1..... 0.14 J,. HI.h ..pot.NIW FORDYCEFEATURES Olin MOUII DAILY
Ipoclauo mitt.. ."rod'". lion. "ocKooli, fenced bockyord" IJ7I: .. In Itio nteitor oul.... H
front cwilral' 6r..ndlirc...* NI llth .... a71.103. LISTING C l I7MMI Of I74,77N. hoi a formal, living room with
: II dltionlng. L.... wooood to!. How N. W. I br I both Cl end brick: 0 "P'"'' dining room plus a $13,400 $18,200
olomontory. ocnool cloie by. I. RUT HAPPINESS 1 STRETCH Oil M._ MInor, Cont ht., b outl- totally room with a flroploce
IV.OWNEP' ....u.IM spacious Ut, Ire ".'u,.. Include M". Flo- ly Inv llno in e U. I. Stool Home fully wooded lot. Immodlite occuooney. I ond beeullftil cherry paneling I
y51, X 300 lone privilege r Vu.Ir ride room Iniltfo ytlllty nom bsailIto nu eroe byAI.ACSIUA The "l." enepe of the .home Payments from $79.34
I end lIehl... MO Ilk.1 IW and _bl. Clays,,. N. city t...., HOMO'S. INC.Phon. OPEN HOUSE with lie attached two cir I"I .
-'l' T.". '''.IIOf. 111100. 374-0.31 130 N. W. 2nd ..... New Homesin ,... mod over polio will "
IVCollon' tar fomlly loins I brI I Convenient Location
M Hon's Op.olnu" I.ou .
LMal .. aoeullhil loll In NW. = ,::: 111 N. W. 12th ... moko a delightful piece to .
For ,." ..1.. .",.1..,., mwtg..o 5 P.M. t 655156 b.th with 4th br or ttudy, top
union located edlocent to city ho.,., buying or Mlllng. rnUon- ".... Auguil It. 3331 N.W. SI PLCemper. 'INVEST IP. end OR C-H end A-C. Cory live
Nmltt with it,It". Saws, ] flrooloce, 4401 NW 17th PI.
pound worm wood penollng
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PIP wetor "Alto ,large loIs ....11. Roil I both fully sir condIIR MOO M ft, Itrge lindKoood lot
Arnold flrfl. A Complel. now '.. lldg Hie rm.UIunit
ibis on Wilde, Rood lust I ml .. 101... ....,... 110m... .YOU'LL IUY IT IVIII hcomo of 151 00 o o onions, Come by from. t-l "M. tundoy. WESTVILLANW Tho CharmingRANCHO
IIIrlh of Spar. ,,. Down poymenld TIMI..1.. m.d.hi $11,725 on Nov. I. et 1501 N W. loth Ave. ;
terml ." .....d. your 6. owner hot" reduced prlci' foroulck Other lays by oppolnlmontPMITIO.. GRANDE
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COlI V. Macon a. McCoy Homeo a'21o.. Ins* ARNOLDREALTY houto In Mognoilo lorlngtone. Locotlon, t br t1.* both. Over tfoocloiett I .bedroome. I bethl. study,
nog down end Kg 50' me. MARY ICI. 02. 60.10,5. 10tt5'll5 long'. 16th Ave., fimlly nom, living" room dinIng I
TRAILfoADSIDING COMPANY _Cell Oasis collect 121.11' SlUrS, king sited, bodroomt room eoK porwot floor.dreoei .

Multiple Lilting Member 3 IK with air conditioning, 1 lend- MOELLER' hugo Florlde room lad edrnm et 37th St. Includid. IM.OOO '10%
: LOT 3)0 w Univ. Avonu. 1't 1)11 looped and "ti.rlpOciu I foe- I Itv. kitchon. C.H and A-C.: Call Down

M.cII' ,.... eommerelol lot wiIrood I 10....,..... J.ne Clldwell .... Only I .per cent down end '..ovc. 3701330.DON'T' : 41M NW OIls FL I
will! erect buil'". Jim lh.op.rd lob K.lknwn minimum ".,.. CHI 174-4147 toMO REALTOR RENT
\ tiding el 3313 Northt.lt Pit Toro I When you con own tttlt home lot "PLANNINS TO IUILD"Let Builders and
Jimmy OroweWelter Developers .1
lOt I* wit intent Olvo wliifey I F. W. Hortoo
only '''.100. 1 br built-in' kitchen,
"" .IO.M. FP., ....,. IlodderdSOtUTION ___ ,oc.. lOlf W. University Avo A-C cellent ""' ,.. end III.... WALTER STUBBSInc.
FPJ eitl-
.. Member Multiple 0-4471' Lllllnf oiling floor "... I7 00 per month us QIV' you ,an Salts Office NE 23rd Blvd.I
mat on contracting your
.. .1.... muter down povmont. Call Pordvce"FORDYCE
E. w. Mouiij15 Foitor Koiter new Custom horn.
1.0'.ltllC.IH".O' Chime Mayo Ihoron OnuS I Call Gerald or V. Q McCoy and 11th T rr. Phon. 3723471GAINESVILLE'S

: Helen lelyiot" Phone 37 .5394 Day .FR6-7290

.. fltt.IVA.I ittt1 1 AISOCIATEI INC. I Nit. FK 6-5015 or
Or.ce Fordyco. Rultor'
lAD. R. 5 I'
: LJ "We 6-6502
ACROSS i'LEcD It. Ole:. lenk. Pronceo Hough Ottlce' Loc.'" it
: 31. Boos AILASIBy T lore OouMen Horvey Ionian N. Mel Street end JJrd .d.
I) A
1. t I. 5
: Ru.s. there !IJ4.1 0. C. Gop Dudley Oouldon
3l.: Over
: hId. Aurlrulatll A 1L.LJAI1' I L4L112.Braclrg 074 W. UnlV 170.I9MIUV YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY BY/

: 6.Taus\ 31i. Ani I I .,. t 11 tel I ) A 11 DIRECT PROM IUILDIR. ,
prlca reduced contmltilon. ]
: 38.lIIndu lOOt 0 A R It I. t ( Demand) IR. I b.mt kitchon equipped 1 BROTHERS f"
medidno PSI. or VA 1103 NI 13th Tor, COMPARE !
13.Supp\1ra.\ cymbals e 1.1 A I'ti I Hugh Eifwerd.. InS 37Hti.!. '

: Cik. G 0 Hugh .dw...... Inc. Hot returnedto !
lion t N 0 It Co t D t

: 14.KRcIcdiidI''I ..1.:. r.c Spread to ,J: t t R I. NOW WITH Northwett ennenllig.' PARRISHPRESENTS THESE HOME VALUES PALM VIEW ESTATES

I s .I A TA, Pt" I
.; 15.1'1nITree .t1.urrlI.. t Fl S I C All brick fronts BEFORE YOU BUY

o) Real ploit.r walls $16,000
Sosi., PLOW
: .5. Milloud C Terrazzo floors SAVE ----..-
: Demure SLACK ACRES a woMttrfgllvbuiittraoitionti
.nd prr.lle river I S. Blood: dofidene 10.( 2,000 Ibi.ll.Compa S Formica cabinets !.... I bidOM Tng following SrI now under FHA DOWN PAYMENT '
5 dial. 3O.Aoolnta I ** Sodded lawns ,.,.... I b.l6a.. fmmlln oo.t Wires lII1IIIIIIIIoumIllV'IIIIIIIIIIII', ''_ eoneinrctttn and wilt be reedy
I !!J.Dendlt S Air condition ng .1cII ftrootece. topafoto dinIngroom TIIO f.Ii.wbn 5'1 rnldp WeeccupIssy. NOTHING DOWN VA
: 18.Chroolclu 4. Crib point woiklng dlitonce, to Littlowood for occupancy NaIl
20. FraU :1:1.: BariuM 5. M.pl'I" 15. Twined end Weilwood tchoel.children. $100 Closing COlt
monoxide cloth inO N.W. 2IIh Ate.
22. Taro pa'tt nut $16,350 $18,075 LAStS PAMILY. cot It,. Non.. 4 IS rot betm. now .. 1100 NW. 21th PI.
.. 2:1.: Newt :I.. Tana or 6. Ito!, river 19.! Iniiraldat.St.UMilevct.. I. 5545555.5. 5 5.ls.. iSonilyCOOs' .',. ..
**'" 3 and 4 Bedroom Mod.li pLyroom. I..* I'3I per mo.me or ITOOI and 355.3 baiht MOO ..., HIT- ALL CITY SERVICES
25. COl1lmlt to 7. W'afdreb* piece bt .llvlngroom, booutlhillylondtcepod par tnltt.
memory DOWN .. Mad, 34.Dl,oac rf 1 ,... 4120 4121 N.W.I9th

: 25. Cro ked l.Ptrtlcji doui penoll.n.. Bushy Dr. 7tS N.W. Ulh SI. FERN WOOD MANOR
clump $$100 l cash VA NEAR UNIVERSITY. 1room. I IR I beiht. SIM ..., lid
0 bperanlo Strlaglnesg 9.. Apart I bIlls brttk home I'noun i id'nlnf K.'.... per Ill 0555,11065 5i0546t" 5777H
0 26JoIi'sskk' .150 5,011005. ,0l0rre 5.50th.
ir r room led nxo Ni m 11 yroom.pluo 41l' 4127 N.W.I9th 'R250
: I l F o I' J r 1r [ 2'S'hrtldler 'IOU$15U a doiochod study luit Dr.IR I UP
right for working' ewey fromfomlhr ...
t "". lug .... MM
: iT / 'I 39. Os.iT : : lot.NEW. activity. Largo wooded Norwood $400 DOWN FHA

- casn f FA54iisnraq A s.-
: iv IS I' landi $ LIITINO Almort now I .....- NOTHING DOWN VA
33.Ma.eAcld room I bom cenlrolly heetidlorge SHOWN .r ADVANCEAPPOINTMINT $100
$ I'd iil.CIiditllOid "Is, ONLY Hope Closing Cost
: I' I' I" : r r brmlnl log a log M In Cimbv; m E. U.... Avo.

6 Climblog II ........ bSmm awry ,ly I.'..... lullt-lfl kitchen wtitt. large, comfortooig home tora $ "
: z i, II I.I.r H III 3S'a uIly .. ,..... lorge fomlty 4 |R. 4. "H" Inc. nOM 75
rUns MASON MANOR Noel 4bodroom.mg baths M living. room lentllynMm. FIR MONTH
II Il S duck Wo urn Ills i building on booulltul I be' homo MW, eontr46 .partS links. room.dinette .

.- .t l' f/7, i IT //'.: S9.1'1lther' IsIs lit __ : fenced and air nor cvwjttloning yore mekM. Lovely .boa kitchen,, I ocroonod* bemi porctl. IR. vVt Trade Homes WALK TO SCHOOLS
aown completely
JI J.I :n 7 ST IS ploy ones tee Chl_ C_ mir" or Property
condltlonod oil
: [ r -
;: HUGH lent to tcnaoie.RANCMITTI .
42.Depeodos built-is ..apiacs..ond.W'4asaintonIty 1 I 4 II. Brick Front ]
"J'- J' ; '" 43.Clothed _....... too. AoproBlmeroiy tee lice rooming [ Colonial. Now fistshin'.
: : 45.Stohk.out: EDWARDS 10 .... eech 0.. haute good bivetrment tor "ALL OUR MOMIi" AIE Price $1 U.S2S.
4 s0,44 en _Wry "- Xtt 6.0151 5.5111,5 Lot .. OPEN POR YOU TO .... $425 Down
: 41 4& 4J f oft 45Pairyso.eos I San down. I yoert an MoInes.MOM. prOnie.lIPy. 130' 0 lW..fbi55sanne,1utltA JOY IEIINO ANYTIME IP I
4 4T.Cape9a: INC. _....., tUit YOU !
46 4' : 4i 4' .ttY. W.It... Uth Aye. Turn

r.4 49-Pepp.t 1921 NW 39th Dr. IA ? na I. em STRUT i Lift on 31th 5,. or 39th Tirrac.

: JI 11 ::7ff plinl .".7971 PR 0-S3H Of PI 4,7 gg

5 1. Samarium PARRISH Butler

:: : I : 'h/ J4 symbol I Member a4 H_ BrothersBUILDERS
I to...,. I bIt' passion tr 50,5 ASSOCIATE hw. .il..m
... 11- kouM tteoa m. Mco. neionoor M. Wevne HIM Helen Orohom
: '.r ami'l1 toii.sowdawo. hood la. "' tot |,,.... Cmnfpn Peoloy Mien P0.43555it .A_ 1ierI of GoIilI
J Tome, welter stwbb Mia. f\ N. I. "rot lIneal I LY h2$45 NIGHT 11'-041
S70-UP4. vii N. 3705315plSfCN'O L.-

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: feet f. i, cowAitLv Cl iA Rcc.Lo
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19 Out 1 1II
gf Tow. ,....rty I 44 Cottifat lr lint f SI OfNtf-Daik Spat I .< Mi'". far 5.1.I -

rJLrb.mI. I cot wporJt; <.t. hat caiarat Nail I 7* TRUCKS WANTED IS A..,.... II" far his 1
SUWU1IOlEC CZ2IJNTY ,. I It faralfri" fit
IWO NW HID Tar. MM Mon M 10 MItuvcy ".SHf. I SOWlcild I TVRlTVIlMBINa I Au. .si/Il, '" .''lll 0.", II Startt Cant
to mitt Ii N .. .. an luwannoa Rlvar. Ono I/o Ill N loon lor small 1 1I I Hal W. Ava Pitot/ Clow HP "
...'NI... bayS wild' PHI tinonc.M unlvortlty hanch grinaor r '1II5,1l c cwranih
StIll lot. Sill lot,... I la IMia. tgurth miio. rivar front, ana hIlt .h,'" NEED D- -.4 PftHTlAC" i'ms.cc-oiijrci' -rnnD
SHIP por ma. lallar payIII.Ing ..... ....... W .W ,,"" VI"It Oiilta' _. Air ._.. aiava- I w- _k.t.. IhM won ''I': iIIoon TD .
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catt. CM 371. K. 1OIdI. c. mIll on povtd nod Nat aHactad : far, atMiivaf Rork'na. amioroorvka SIll. .C HIll R 4 N, nick >/M, f. Now 55 050 11,5.. lactIlonI ....
Ml 11530111 IIlN3yll
Mr II N truck
1101 bayWs .. .by .. and troctnn not morathan _11151. W'lh
Ill. Mail Hilda
Dora frols.
-- laautlful lION CIII PI
Can 0115 5000
avoiaaia. PR CoIl
MMar .11.
apof.iAR any 17M1M. 4111 NW ... 11101
iw I y old far / lOll P
gulling NhSraIlm. 011.7 I
cant nisog !
aar flnoncint imanti IHOI boiancd HIS
dawn ..
PR 7 H PM far
HAWTHORNI ..oabI 00011 ,.._. 1.1w. m..Nly" ..... yaart. I 45 ....I.h.. Apto. 54015.DOWNTOWN I hauling, rockt and tmdhi Jim Cummlngt.UTplAT .
1.1 batli CCi homo W.11ad. M,. Raymond, 1541 dan 01X11' COUNTY 7 INTIRI 'SUITS IV ;:... ... O iii.t. ..-Vdau Contral' ".. ............ .data IONS ley POlO AT GALAX, .101 .'.... 1101. l Tr wriaw. "'jj mno; ; :
wood Maori. I2M aaulty ptymtnMHI I dy. T........ Pnana UMIII cot luwannfa. ".. partlallv fvrnluVM ; i1tHit'lIN'7t.IllIlolNOt >i too ..-.,.. o.* or allManoDlo. .>.. ClaV 1. HIM compiaia kH. Pay woolly Call' tarmlnol mana.gar 001ll/t WW 4daoriIS .... Meg May ... own of aM| '
ma. 174507 altar I P M. I..,. Mttnga naor ,_. MOM U .. .. Aato.. loa 011.101.; .. K4 W: Un'v. .... ar J.... Vaylao lit ..W.... Ava | t ta I P M. Monday thru 1111111/Il 3111173 II loin Orlva ar ...II1 I.Moo.
.(., cant down tarml arrongod.Coll rrtrla. ...... llrgg ClMMt till 37Q.''''. A. t. Kr.i Friday Wlnttr, Jordan, Ill 41414 .
BIASED I hot and told ..tor "'... Otto II y>l WAN TO buy IllS mortal nod 2n71I -faraliR 6- 5 .... Can
OWNER IT Rail 1.,.,* Iichaitiaal TOM SaIl M,1W touSle ;;ici"Ti 7' AVAILAIt.1' ...,,..,...... KaoHanun Hgh 17 Autamabilal' WgntadlCRI
U 011111 IIIALTOM.rth.
ton mil to blat
uoiuo In NW. 00.100. Con"01 hoot I A -c. hoot M I
1010. 110 PIll. Ill 005, 50 OW naw gcvan
I IK, I bath. '" dIVine NICBtT' lurnlinrd _. H. Swao* AlIncloto. 540 ..... AUTOMOBILE' RIPAIMNAWIIPOWIP.I 'ft COCOPTTC-Osysy.. I" H'. '
I "oli. 1 L .. Ill "I. oar Call I 511,1551 bootty, WILSON EXCHANGE CA WANIID. ...... _
rm Catwtal hni, air-tend fram Py PS 1737. _ 4 00. It/tO./ Pool 11.011,1,1w l P
W/- Poclttt aaacH In Ocaanildo, ,JI3I a' VI I03.
uPUX j 11. lot 5135.0 Ptiona PR a-Mt. Chtvroiatt, AI MarmMI I
many inlll Ilk. dlthwoihar, Clllf for lOt'''. Might conildopurcniw ? OIl' 5 I $0. IlvItsIbm. 1111 II... ,ou' corWIII'UIl'D 055051 MW Will 10111101, ? 5055 los :' '''
I ate Iravtriul woadrd, lanatcopad j. tony Cornry 707 N, 40 lIllian Pro'arflalZONED 11101100.' 1110110. ond 1.111.. 54 lallnotlan .,.t... | UowtlNOI: UPHOIIIIRy, WOW Call lot asol. "6-",,. liatlan. Ill II dIN It
IM "' "Or... CM walk No toil or Call V4 ma. ;174- CN.*.. .lw Of 11 Nt 01705 Its so 101117 IIIIS'up -
10 laNai. H.ralng gicundiae, Ctllt' i i %
.. :... TVi..o, lor ..... .... It"Ion. ,. I 'p sup.. WANTED
AM'ing lit.Mt wflHlola, financingim lbS NW 411. Avo. III thaeornar down law M M par manthPraa M010R CO. 11010 O.I'.W':. :: 1 1II.
NV *tti or. 1710'107.EXCLUSIVE 31 a. WIIII boo 6U-A 05Golt. >t N* IJIh II.iil"o NU'' Fl." I Ur'jMl-7$7; I .......,... POlIo and daItcrary Ml N "lOIN at. .... ... 510. Clpan ,nod
Iita'd Coil
Wantod1 .101111 .... llratt ,..11... bin arlviagn ", All I7MMI"il .' ..... VW. II II, $335 I cars .
I ,,"<. llghtt. ond VIII r "furmihrd : locatad an nrnar M IM1ST Not PlanS aanrka wort tuorM _Jy00! 011100. 17Io'JSI IvIn MImI, FR 2.112/1./
AREA II .... lillt.t& 01 I 110,1 BA-1) Hi por ma. Caupiat, lIlly. > .t Mil NW UK It Pnanaawiw I'tlt '
CUITOM IUILT for moMm llvIm hitn'... W. h... ."'*.11 ..,".... M ...IId,... or ,.... OH" M 4. PR Hti4 ar PR 44MI.IMALL --ri"f" 'IDUFt. ... l7R 4 lOIN auto palntln 1962 VOLKSWAGON
with MARY MOELLER REALTOR IIS Mat frontlnt) on N. w. IMUnat .2! .ot A'S itt/Ill WA"UI HO IB. lady arart and trucklKOlntad. 0,01. cmon "....
na mtintanonca 0... m Nil 4105. kKOiadki uraionauta tar rant 01115. 11113050. 50.55.bilIlOli AN wark ...,........ lilt, Call" 404-331. I 'II SOwMII I dam IlalIuoSIMS.
an ACM af noturol ....". till W U.,.. A.... PR 4-4471 1N Mock. Pull daioill ay .nini 1 U Ill, NA Old A.... $01 Month.Call DAN BYRD 0. Dl IloWuShll5. __.1 Hxuha-na Ril. ; "" MICIOlIHy'P 5 4... 01- lr.oo.ot.osI.a.
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N. oc_. Control, Mat, built.hi WANTID M0hllt,5y4rmy, 1.0110.Pm 0551011; ; ,opYI'i; ,; .
lOOM Trada air kIsamIs.ltaI
3761268WARIHOUSI yawr aandlllanari |umrwn
kltcnan flrapioca and 1->>1'. I lob. 53*. PlanS GA 13571.
manyWtrao. I baWl hoaaS 10 IIW Oral Unit Realty .i nova too.I IS Ayfomobilai far Sala 5110,
WIlts loa 433*. CII $05. gIylyp.11. crsity N'WLT OCOUTID ""''I. Cot.Iso. i iITw" i H iiii I ND'.*N .IHOP_ PPJ .5.11110SNAID .. t iAJ 005010
.. IlacrlptlalI.. 10111101 1111 N. M.,. It PK In.41I1 5lud.ttl ltd couplsi wIth.IAl ..... 1511 JaIIn NI..rI'' 0151111. O3000GI IART. 10.5111 55111 10 50001. _.. ... MELTON MOTORS
DO IT YOURSELF 11.11410 .......... COIl.. N_ J1J.,lilA NIW" .010 10S. 5000115o5 II toll W. U.'.. A... si CIII Is
Ernest Tew RealtyEXCHANGORS GOOD BUY lorry 471-no. I. ''''''71.FF ltd II. In lato lIdS and ShillS Uf II. .. 0' mod oo.r 11.520 Milil C5. Pm "III'. 10353, I IifWMG III N MAIN 'T. PI *.7171
RUNDOWN hi H. HughIdwordo FACTORY W'UA" .
ltd mad af ropalr" .. ...,. L" 05 rackon III II.ItarytMna. _
awnar. will tall Ilk. rant and lot IW 0 110' ilond 51 w.... oE YAPr-- Indutirlol Cantor tar it dlwMmiad. LIP?. U7| I skI gvar pymrt,
vow flu It up Lath mt IOnS 1.1101 o00sy'lusl 11, tor S lInt IM MO. ronf-taia-troda, John M. Itand. WILLIAMI SIO.VICI' CINTIRNowttivno IN H>44 aIls I "M. I
lot M canvtnlant, Ktilkn.. Mali ,rooml"l MUM food knrait- MI....", o...._ a 4 Sill _horn. Ir: .. 171 t in an attar.ALACHUA. ...... for auomaM 01,11,12 H7Unlv fait (RAIl 11.031 .; I. sIm.bolldlos JUICIAt '
lou It Intaraitad ud MOIILI MnU., 104 "in'mi W. Un" A... ",let SAM I i mill' M cantl t.1. 0.11..... II. .SI PONTIAC
0.1",1110" "rat WOIICV ...11.... NOtti.d 0.11, 6-SJO--! bI'. hama ct. Avoll. Ne.. I ,., IOl, Call H.II 1117101II i Cal Ml.M>*. Tom liyiar HwiMl 51 SWIll WAOOhl SALES
REALTY 15 .atlloaa paIl'y 01, ttudantt oral )', IM from : SI .. P. 111011 fit H..._. 'S! CADILLAC' MOTORS
AtKKlOtM, you. Call I7a44ot, anylaclolMt ""'. .0 4Z ,..... > ActaiddItACRII I X" II II P. M. utNO' I Fii'-iit; 'U CHCVROLITMCHIVROLIT 1007 N. M.I. St.

131 N. I lit II I7M4 Woyno 0 M..... ..,..* -- -- ..i"I"jiii; eomplaiily ra, II *LIvlK IPfCIANov un'lI IllS I "IN THE AUTO GAME- ,.... n 1.6111

Aria" T. ...II ., ...11., AUbM Ooro : ... C .. 4 11112 Ne call, .H. lJ4k I.... ar dams
AwxlowFaur va
._ .. 120
,. flavor LOV.LIIR. dry I13N ''''''Ulln. UN I r.. aluo camp io nar- N. M.III 55
bat aur ,largo lot and down and M ..,. ..... Roilrlctadta II II 1023. mil MiUiKikm." raadv IS KaKtnamlcailv. H.HO.
-.. upftoaa hoi aut-frown our 1150 w ft MM"iiTl'-; i liatltii. far laoM lama llnan.ciai oil far I4 U hOwl I 5 nIl I. lIork on hoop. 015 1.417. I Do.,.,

itrangin Wo ItS Mo''/" ta "." ISlES TIW REALTY 10 Ulara my I IR OD" Ul par haip ....,../". Cm PR aI7W CMt. only" 111 U down rv.ollT Impala; 4-Oaor

t4II1JtV6PIillt lama onfrgttle cauolo. .wno orotcauolnlod IWI Nw litn It ,....... PR 4o4GLAOrl <, .... SILl. utHHiat. Cor nocotionrntact PROPANI IP .AIArcnar _." Folly tqulpaad, alp" can,
wllll Nrw. Inglindcountry ii cilD4 ir--"oo: A. .. Hat AnIM fcrlora IP Rd.. fit a-lill I .,'....... Tarrllla' condltltn

.o,.., ta corry an our I0 ACRIS $11110 .. M. .t 1.J3. .ot. 0311: I. alt.I SHELC- DANISIIIIOO.III" wlltt II. ito.S. 1717111Ti .
C,. "..111....' Would troda Multylano 30 ACRII tJ / .... 11.111 IIk.p150, SI 11001 III ICtItI silo A. lull' i""HfD" "OOMDU"l'X 0. Ii5 55511110110101.01V.1011 ...... ...OOO"' MathonwTit WINTERIZEyour
." .. ...,,,,.It high" ....' tranloga In lanara SMITH' UtALTORlt APAITMINTlalopol madarn TV taIls, M M. I, 1dv51b1, 011 54 tIallI In 105151.

.,... lul CASH corryi l.lrliDKlol w. U."'. Av*. 'Itt ..*... Good 1,111.0 OIL CO. A *.. It.mt. 174 Moo. j I .t cw worth MOti will Mil far
I.., ,
and Tw* MAOICI Ownari TniTR >
17"1 ill bat III. Coup/a ,"I,. NIpots. I EtII'jIllll not r"-corar.iiat lit tilt ottor I.i"f -
..th.. 1911 NW. 37th _. Mortlnt' K....... HagMa.Thd lei, .....lIly. -
i WooLs compony paid, tram but plla' nit and .) r-oto PAIRIANI i iPOfTTi
.,*" blIp 1"4. Small 257 ACRES WI MnoWlyty I In wllIng I 101I,. Rant. alattrlt inampiiafr? IIwcOtnioil I COUPI, Air coni., ,.. buckatwon Auto NOW!

Dawai '.,..nt. Pnctd for Locitaa' NW of G.I_..", .. Plant.ad Ill hi III. Aot_ ing fnonoggmint, '", ,'.r. Ca, 6oir.a ate.. HOI ar aid car 4
QuIck tdld. plnn' on IM ocrat M tat. : igrviclng; mgtxhondii I; nIllS" 01111,511 Canlo.. Ills avor poymantt I7 6-I141'MPOP.O
bunk wim .....1 poymmtt at II_ 46 Unfumlihod Apt,. ing ovalloblg to quolilccdpartont -- COLD WEATHER IS AHEAD
Two CKalta Lattfrantinf 174 ... ... lit SINGER HIS
for I "' ocrMIn Earn whilg you
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a* 11th Jtroat Moodi. Proity .t. Prload I 11010GM" 101(1515101, 1111. "laarrvd cMenf opportun.Iry I PORO V f. Italian. wooon. ."..
at aniy" HM par .. Par da- AUTO ZIG ZAG
i 0.001. Wt WUI
tM 1015514 A" 515 'I" IlIlt. to thg AI Homdan larvlca HalWntil Ch.ck' f\
sad AvdRu*. laok.bit tout coil AlollIbla. bImodIlItly, 1110511IN fntgr wrvccg aso.aoonod II dIll II

f.f .,."...". !.<.. University Realty I.- II N. MIII. II. notion bunnru. Contact foal n.... fie ottachmantt. fwpd. 'So CIIIVYH iM'AL", oi'i' : R i Your Inrlrdj Cooling 7

email Lash .t that*! Hal I DUPIIX Mr Hdnry DdLoach, FR 2. ad. Parian win goad. Still laWs .... ... $19
'....11 I It. I Vsb..h 1111 N. Miln St PH. 17141)1 III" .. .11./ II. ., 10ctll.tl V Hfttlnf SyitimU
5 H up II M ..... ar aanat
dam Ikit would ba f aa1Invaatmant W Munrat, Roolter, In., RITCHIM laulP" ,. Roy aoy 00041110., PlIacs 152.1111.
>ak flarg, darg.Tf, 7<1 Nl fth II af 174. Wrlto' Jimmy' Craa.y ... Y.", Ctjr. ""
iraparfy a. contral ho.,. full Wick ..oa Call u. 1. 100 'It,. tIll 'roe' of IM "0. PR IU04PLIAIANTLt 51 MartfigatI Oan. Do. Oiinwyliia l.a. OLOMIDIill; ItU.;.PI, f."i-ii4 TIMS'
eludid.Thai.' ,..... lIt .0101 wIll' 1 W I b. XMa.RfPOSIIISIO. good condition. .... CoIl PR ft Thlt Jncludii ONLY Ar
."< nica waadl1 M*. 1JI4NW. hIll. I II.. Iwloimlot lId ..... I OCA rr ml: outon ; --.-- ISM Attar 111 PM" CHI' PR d' TIli
many MOll all.ooil.bl. TD'-iI0t5"is1.U"ii/I/T;;;;
34tk PI. 114000. ad fa Mil. Lot ut inow you tnll' Klncald" SI. I IR. aptTwo V.Iv. Hi lag towinMathlno 1117M Antl-Frtct Tilt ,, ,
I.. ..... 01104 ,._ ... f.. d p Id
$500 4. $".49 lint aroorrty kxolad mar City '... .,nl.. Pm .11111110 ...... 5' Ovortatt mokot auMind ; .
JACK Dl pan .. I.'t' .....,... ........ 4 OH II OlOIMOIIIIPI
YOT llmitd, at 0 "' ..nlh.T. 1"- __ Coli 12.l253 _.. ate I paymontt aMM. SOUTHERN AUTO SALES & SERVICE
Rthfar4. ...... lot ....... Coll 171 HIll
125 N.W. 11rk Strait Acrn witit, I ar llvoBlo tnmo IK Du..... ioc. k 11 n nauta. Ouorantoad. Ooaraa log : aiiar I u.
171-2511 North at town, aovad rd woodad haot aok Moon nka omciron. .. ( Wantad1 I* Ivy 4311.lowing' Mocnmt Ca. Phona I'" ft ORiOiNAk Ownar. 1. L... Ill, "QUALITY FIRST"
I ." ckaua a> Ill rolllnf iw "'" J'ns or 37o .
year "" WIle' Tea k Tomaoit tdaar w 615 N. Main St. JiS-1571
'0 ...tlf... irlckKlnfiborry 10 AlIt wlln, I kr homo .. laid _l4..3tti..ld, naokoiidl_ WAN rEDUSE1tT'SECALL ...n, LV Now. low MllaagaNow
FR 6.8269. MUST GO Rtamlum, WW "_ AilLoorfwrttio
kansas rd. WIll af 'owII Acrat Waiaf
town, ..... .... ...... 41Acnt 47 HOVIM for Rant Fur. COINS WON III) ,...,.... Portary AirCondillanod
NEW Rtdla H...'. ...
W lawn
WIth NaN at ....,
raducat arlca I Acrat naornow I $0000010 PuInlIltod' ...... 311IIW All U I and .n lltvardolltrv 5Compldtd nomkal 4 $9,000 to $30,000 pn..f Mil and Ittl ,.... .
MODELS V. A. Hmpltol IPII It. Photo PS .U3J. vauu hatorg I P M. 1711141 -

MARY MOELLER REALTOR li K. IWJM lor rani lacattd anArcnar SlIMe half dalian.Rllll 4 COIN. looP Roomi nlgnti/ '--11411.'- .-- TROPICAL PONTIAC

lit W U.,.. .... PR 44471poraxlmatoiy Rd. Portact far ItwM whoprtltf Ht W. wnKranlly Ava O''ON'
0,.. .la Phono PR .'' fURNITURI 4 APPllANCtt GAINESVILLE'S
SI at privacy '7. 'II POlO $05. 0 Dl. AT. QUALITY
Daily 10.' 'N um.s. I wits. 44 IllS W. by 11104 fuml" DUI TO PAMILV OIPPICULTIII

VIII... Cram No Mon.y Downon *511101.. loll.P000YCI 51 ItlIl. low ....., 5OlyI'll LAiG.11I11I IMALL dlicrlmlnillng,lakofrant Kamatar torn.II LoW Arnco.d Y.' ., H.... 'or I 00 MUST TO LIT IOMI MV RI1PONVIIPAMILV PURNITUM 0 'SI COIVAIl' 100 11M. AT. DEALER.

I ASOC'.TI.' INe. f,.. Honing (ram SaCS, kaottiouM HADCCK ;:cmmVI WWI StIll avirhouiad.
Ctttnlat.' and canfamMrorityMi your lot WHO II WILLING' TO 2 door i.dan, h.or.r, book
111.10" tundock, tummar houiacllrui. 11I11 0' 407 tIlt, "11/11115 5111 MV CUD'T' I *551105PAIMSIITI 63 MG
Irlck and Hack.'amlly .U W. U.I. 1761IIf: flowtrt. Hauta II "'...11. ON lull IIAUTI.'UL 4-OR AT WW yIss $1495. Trop. $11QC
$ ...-., 1 111111. tumliMd' I ""h,. Kant I.
,' faami Wanthly "1150. A IdES wIll .-. 10 fully*. llvlnt' "....,. Mult M own .4 HautofiaM .... ma CROUP1.I living.nam Ihara M aPC I 'M PORO I DR Pllrlana, MO let Ponttdjc price only . I IJ
Moot Old
axymafiti lIt ,
bollalni ? IIH. Hand titnl
"0 OIly, OaHtihlh.Hc.s and ian,. II kltoo'' 52501 Call Ltlliler ta bo aopraciaiod, Coil in "'I.i ir-IIrb0 i wtyr wgead'. 'lnnar.taring ....... tultat I II. iota l> CalaiU' JOO, 4 door .uolon

1.L5.latNlly 0* littlg OS bIlly, 1"11I. M, CC( t ** III an Lu.7 moitram 131 Imtll a> matching ....1'. I and ,...... with' 'CHIVKOLir IMPALA nowmalar. 62 FORD
bandiolp.d.C.tnpl.t.ty ..., notching aaclltlll toala Iwolnu, r.dio. htcittr pow r
nil M mlloo ol Oolnonlllo drawer choit. M .
aaw aMiim" far $56.00 14 Kr. aoaulllul.ly T.. with Moraotno fapi), toll _
Dock IIIMrl' tnj m 'Ing. WIll' 4004 NW till I ittirlnf brtkii air\
thru conditioning
SalIwaohlla Imu. waadod crark running "i ... p
"n' for S V.00 arotar lampt with/ All tunod,
or by $15 0150W ayaKahanai con aniiihorl/ ladrrva
SantO as II. IIIk NIrmO toII' s...... Saw. kamat ready praaorty, 1 IniMo city Ilmlli I ILIC:, 55.01. SIll loll 000 SIlty.it raody blue sod whl
PIMna I aoautllul IllS 4 l Si
baundod on nam ay rfi Ava. atanolan >. awnar P *JJJ4 or fit '. ..",... bIll 110511 5 50l run Financing "''' III. IiI ", rt iSdjrp,
IIItI ..
10101 T."p' far Immodiafa sccap.sc7. HMO, I fir 1 lamp" pIll 1317. LaiMor. 495
llotoRoad laIN olond tank tuMng, III.' I
Mum Old
an By Trcplctl '."tl.. prl<. sid''y .
T......... No. M City wotor and IU ...... ." NW 1101 .... NIpoll. Pt.w.aPlS.tItS. 17" Port TV & Stand :ti"'iAM.L'-,;iTi;U-m; :,
171.011 THE JAMES CO. 10.'" avolioala Unuuiolly toadtormii 1.111 .500. CIII fit _* SIMMONS' doubla bad maltrailand Tnt ...,.... oullo II D..... tan olrnndltlanlng, and ..... trant.million Sport
,. .,...., 58 PLYMOUTH iK
coll for .. .".. .... tprlngi, w haoabaordLika 4 hot a M 4 Mn iIgo '''' M mo old, ond >'Mml.HK
901 Waldd ltd TOM U. ORIENI, DoiltorPR 2 BA HOUSE call fl'tor 6 tilling .mirror hIll an hoof iMrDlt 5 AM I f>M. 4 cfoor
III Intanfi bad
4MtlM P.M. No .. Phon FR naw car V ...... baobtlia bId .,11I 1111151 --_ rtdia
roraa pa' Ii..tsr
'h.... I71-251T 6.4230. lIlt now. U >imCU >,,. ..... far your tiara ...... Pima 't) OLDS JCiriRIHW power ititrlnf, $395

l.tningt 372-6441 : ACRES at lito." ,., acra amanalhar -a 'i"f kid I ...,.... lIlly ,ll t ....* >ail OIls lurt only
trarf" of F4 ..... far SMALL tbOUSO 10' UPRIGHT P510210Unco.dItIwtallt ..." tar Ml af H7a
IlWOllIIIuSlypla tllul .cor'" bonN hIll NW dIll Won.
L ..ild." .f a tola! .. SItS IS. lacn af ..... 1.11.10000, .. fiu....,... ,"
010011 or 0 bIds TIll dining' rm hat a .
) "GlAtll3PUlt "iunilra:
kl",...", HamatCalnot'illo'l tracll It lacoiM on a .. tiian.woy 515. .lIrod "otor,... N. 5511.371A1113l 500 __3111777r ..... ...,. .,.... .... & ..... Rod.ad .
oppraKlmotoly ilx mllat, -- 1111. PIllS 1450_ 'anrllloa It lM"
North af Alochua' and lit mIll.It. III 71111 AOl ;" '. II.----;; ;;;;;: ;oi ;: paadad cnolrt, ; Tho HKhon. l llMM. t,_ 1(051w. lItlolMo' If IllIdy TropicalPontiac
.,. 1.71. .011511- 4- OarS ..r; Ibol i gold band, lam Mud datigrucomalola wllhi 31.' ranga M gloom.buj Call 171 lit.
.... lilly" S mIllo, 100104010 NIma 41 H..... lot lust Unlur tat mutl .OC'"'... wIllIs imith' .with avon 4railout
: ntwgtt anJ malt U.,.....'... J. W. K''/..... moving' In I day!. atfcjna PR41JH prollor, glut, I tlaraaodrowarii "Toil aadtNo"pRU PONTltptrtt *5
Iwiuriaul apartmont building 1100, Agmay. II N. MIII, fI' a. ,..WI HOUII, i i*. &50 MO. ... MU or PR a-ntl altar Admiral' rafrlg wincrwoMap caupa fully awlaaodl, OS
'* Sold NW Sill A... A 'M. Iroarar, moot kaoaor, M,. .. .. PR till., Unlvorilty'

LAKESHORETOWERS CoIl fit 2-8873. crlwar 4 analvot bt do.,, Admlra > CHy lank.
320 ACRES ---WiGE RANGE ) karlght fraotar M o>got.rend. tfM PLYMOUTH odaar ....,...
I ROOM funlohod .... 4M Nlloth Goad aomlillan' 141. Col") Orig cat! llll, Aiwma ttka .....or. low mllat, .....

IN PS/S..'. ,Ulll.tsd Ptotnway" -tIsalail laload. aol 111oe. light it"'..lag. Phtna par. ..J7H074... woiar 4 17M714 Qltarl II P M. stow U wb.boianra with no at manay dawRan C'.n. 535 CIII Pt 11115 lIla? GMC Truck C.nter

01511 tOlItOd _. 010011$ .nd lou iAiTlQ.M, NT. tint dualityblthlnatta. / praionf only S PM _ _
....'...11. A 1101 ....' .U. 110, 11101. ,.''n, lltehon/ carrlaoa, irraNarplay at.ti;; : D.'u.' 5111101. Wa.. 220 NW tth Ar*. FR 2-2SIJ
NOW LEASING Olin. 01 0110 par ama wIll, _,_. bIt NIl'1 "or lalaydly chair, goto, ....'".... sIlls.ha. $397 115 bIts 1110110.0. 11115/1155.,
tor",.. C'r' 'and .....or. 1411 NW nth-Rd. In.II01T.A.G 51. III N W. WIN T..oc. U

ANGLE "AL PIlATE ON MAONIIIA IPRINOI ROTHawtnorna. ArriiANcamiod "- A* for Lang Ivrn',. lit thxoM 40 301 or PR aMtlWM -I.
C. 1.. A"I", 1,01St i IR MOW fa '5' II "'
O. J. Anglo' .._1... ._.,.... ,.,.,. Plano 411 lilt and auwanioad POND nacathTniodad T.I.I
4404 NW lth Itor nun 41 R."lsals lots from UP ggg I Ill payti Ill ..' .oiolw.
lid NwmTiTu: IllS Ronoal from Ut up NATIONALFuoltua ,.... atlar IP M. PR I Ittt
I II ACRII "111.01101 H_.. .r... dining' '"'., family rm, pa 17 woman from no uaDlmwaiharl r'olVl.r.e; ;; RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
SIll It mlla Wail of .,,, 1'1' Ill. ClaM fa tnoa. cantar tchaalt.Kllchan a Drye,. aIwos oil IsI WontInull 1 ..
oil at ...... rood Dry p I .. / _i'. III all 7. PoodPlISlS,5 115001 '" NO 3622 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE. I raIl.l mutt tall Mot. PliantV4MII
waadi. ".'N on lOll VIII, layo.s. -- I tram lot NO I aIls I P MCaupo .
Coll OlcR Rohlnien, RALPH POD tiNYIo'h. ISTVSII. fram Ul up FLA r.-iN.vtioh-p.! li NOW TWO LOCATIONS

POIIIY, ...11... II W. UnlvAvo. 1 IR, I ... canlol hootlnl' JIM' voyifl APPLIANrlnt CO. 559.25(51 I lap .... ... lit HP, 4 an
l7H15f and Hr conditioning, Tills hams MW tin Avofh m macTlARANCI Own i1.lly ot. lot tl tun 1 I" HIS llaor, pail,troc Ilko/ luw IIyr.
II roody far knmodlota 01.4.
guarantaa, whlta alack PlaHar. .
_41 Colorad PropertyLOTI 54017.tocotlan Pool for ItO Ills boll oIl In LMMavallaoil NIII Motlsp' to ,.bALI..,.... 5111111 70 ddti-Maitna laxilf.Id Paul, PR Hat, 1132 JOO

/ If dotirad' par. Ad haw Itomi ........ dawn .. rodurd ItM CMIVROLlf w-tior4 ohrlt', S. MAIN ST. N.W. Sth AVISFR2.3433
stool. Nu Pumltura, lId l3'rEto .ala.T"L'720lola
I am bttorMtad bi buying I.tti?' PIlot 171-1)11. Arnold Rralty Co. NW |th Naorly A... Phona PR 44153.DINITTI"s.I. 10511101..lm.I/q"Olio'. III L..... nnv II.licoallanolly, lloarvIttl '
t/ .. 1"" D.or.
ai tail at the rignt prka. Call W. U.'" J7M005
ifil .". 01110? ,.. P0 $0515, CALL :11111
171.4111 Rtfrlg SOlo
r.-r.--IIoti,..... onlwll.l.d ChoW UV Caucll and Corrall.' ttiattioid' ,raiiar, III. II.... Mill.
MOVI IN I -.. at Mt ill ciaM .... choir II,,1.drawart MtlraM 47I4JH mara pot IAII- -'Air llcanl, 'boat"a I I.lMPAt"jawi7 Hay H.,..". P. a. 1.1..1. HsId.p
Iso CC' I bodrtam, tng balbad Call Unlvanlty Raoity. 171 4111 ": 151.
any timoIKn/ Cantlnanlal, malar. CHI' PR I "1J. =. Catll limmaniAlb H..4 H..4
Soot Lam 5100 *",... ,. L.... -- Cm KM at in mt.
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDkta N I. JJIII torr. 2 BEDROOM houM, $60 par : DISCOUNT _. _-- SIP ''cM.yilR lAHATOOA40oor "1 *

Jwtmmin, PasO S tacraatlort Room AMCay lulldtrgdoy mo. Call J76.7466. 't'LA"UU.' hardtop ft, PI, Rat, .f| plant. Soles M",.

Aura Rf Pier.!* Craundt ) Canfral Hoot Va7104fughtt ptMHMOMII I! twmoo N. 1. I W. I lath. PRICES WIth 11110 So..,H".0.aviotods WIt.or.C.H .. awnar' ..CIII.. $5571

Cantral Air Cand.Jforodd Laundry FaoilitlalGarbaga POR-IAI SNa.o.I.W Ill W. undandll avarybody.HENORIX tn 7717 i itij 'i ii'V"JlrrN.. r' LOT NO. 2
CkuttLifhtod 141 -....... II MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ,.. hord- LOT NO. 1
Lac ban S Dowp littl It IIntl 1' 014 CINTIPY )L'nRlAAot \ lot 11.... ..... drill toot aldar
) Pgvti Pirkitifl Artat S Sidawalkl 405. ItIll. 001 plyn.n.lt. ''II" W, Unlv' Avo PK 44471atvoral PURNITURI COMNMORIr : contrail, fly b/Mga, afa, ... hi I.ads. Coll J7I nil altar '64 MG

5 3 Vnatm monthly, poymanti UT la MI 1,111 NI Ilk 01.-.INI 110.0.. III HW 110 .... of 1010 II. ," If loll Immadlotav, I M. '
AIM hamM built ... your w bIll.. _.. ,.,.. IllS OIl nil Tompo 11101. 57 Ford Low
If-I Jddon likinaw.
VlSI OS 51011 ,.,........ III.p. ....... to.. clrculotuuj all "baotarwith ; T7'P.ilWOos41Slot "C"aI .. ulCK'iatokra I door, 2T.Rio. mlldagt,
PHONE 376.4456 1411 -"" CIII 071.0117 IoWa, two ITU. all drum PI PI, goad condition. "l ton pick-up, Ion9 tMeaid .
and Hand Ml.Phona. llo.lna.a. 11011 loot War
COLORIO RIMTALS I 4 I br ........, unfurnim 7int4'ULt aooiar, aaulpaad with HoorHia 3113101bSPOIS1STO'hs .
FOil PRIVATE APPOINTMENT M and II.P0507(0 WSlllIIl.Olli. Ilia naw, aniy Iyoori $1595
COLOR 10 ultra maaarn I IR dupio 1 AW1CIATII' 'Ne. '' 1121 jj"n--whlla/ touch, SIll nil com iwt: vaiuo $ FOR SaIl $695
.124 Hoar Jarvlcal aaartmanto, ,largo Ihrmg. and hiLTON ....... Mfa full bad. Phana I7oIM4. Includoo hamomidt I raliarCM Par Ma.

SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY lIolyp ..... 11104110 IlkIlan will HIA W Un... 3741115 _. ba taon anyllma at tm NW 11 DOOOI hIlts PM 4 OrMf .
,.... cargo ttarogo Cloaata. MrrMM ;MD 0u6tlIlM" boat.a ant Aol. ar loll .."' .... Tammy Auto front Pt. PI lilt
2)06 S.W.III. IT. U.S. HWT. 441 ...... bIll aorht toact .... POR PIN OR lAth, I IK. PI.. Can lailt ",nltI.ns P0 37a1$ Soil RAMILIR AAHIICAN, 4 Dr '
ar and hot ..... Malar, NacIlII m Hvlni-dMInf. camtu .H, I i ,' Is 5.51 IsSlIllIlil. .U. 10 malI dull from aicononf., far. tarond 63 RAMILIU
Si. waWll'' WItIllial. IsO kotti ifcfMM cci. 'iota ,,"'.. a Ill NVU l7thjlf __ tar bOll '
Butler Bros. BUILDERS pavad ttraota, I.Tor .. as :N S 5011. lagai. P"- ..|'||" rifT-tlia'ita, .a.T ratrlgoro' ..... 71 Camp-HiifH-Firk 'til PORD tALAUK" Ma | Dr. 4 60 Willy. 4.Onor. .utorrvjtic Irani.mu .

1.IU". N.lhaitIlolIlt ..,. ,. ,,_. Mil rarlia' ...
1 ar con Mr i ion allONltIltlnl" J1J. Two pMroamT laM to KKooTond. I HOcIJH 11. aa 154 dbC'7V'Ills auta FC IM 4 wKaal' tINS, M and .t.,.
713 II M atll
ar 1711351 00110 WoIpa tart ion MOH
Id. .1111' otly 4 loll. UndU .,_. 54. N. ".... It Coil 111010S'eTt'iAi'hal1.lSaWi
Phone FK 6-5724 "IINONI71 aM Aowiufg now ; $995 $1795
$5 AaoIgas.OI3oW1ONIlitIhAWU. and Orig nil Mil I/I. ". ;
UNPU'N I IR Ir_. louis M4IM 7IaOII 1110 tondllldn PI SolId .'.H. (C
IIW 11111 A.... AlatlaSlo 0)151 N. group pay vary until a*."y and
SERVICES PS? ma. >liana 11 IKI 1 lot Comaiata, w-tnaad, lImo and 72 Ofl.od IqllSpmaSt ,... a* Mymantt. Can all Ml. '
far "' ... Kita or altar I M PM. 5/05/S' 1111 61 I

, on-'If'- _. __ Coli '7"1) U5I5TV l*'ln.--rn-r.: FOR THf i.ORRECTTIME. : Stxc'ol' BUICK0lSO
lOIN NW Mrn II I IR Kama Hwnt > CALCUlAtuR else CAHIRtanriR '63 Ford ,
<4 MIss .... Sdlg.mg and) hoatar, float
Part, in down md |7| '' 11.1. CAUan. .
50' 00. II WIll til N? '51 pat '" ,_. Gafa.lt tOO
Home And Business ... 51 IT O'l 504031105 b ...tL", _- ."- 2.D$1195
--1.211 las -...... utn .... 4 PIMINOTON' lImbO 511101115. FR 2-1411) I hardtop .
drawar wluw trmt ttttli Sold undorwood manual III'Oand miMlen, radia sod ... ...
4t lawm Pan Rant call orMga M 4 .... tandHkw, Cad fUTH .... Cosartp'v Of .ir cerulilionlng powtrllggrlng

Rusod.lig JolIM' N .1..... lulldoll"l ISlam l..0. MIld .131a. Vii 00Ills. *** *. MaW gt. PR KTTtCANI 61 Volkswagen
71 Mutual Mardwadloa" N. Mala $0. II Ulk A...
...,....,, _...10. tJ2 IC Sod JUICE 2495 Sunroof
SMAll. lIdS 0011 idtrdj fiKi M.
DO you NIIO ... room. oatar 176-411 ,
Slonti lIlt 101. 11101 11,05. 70 HI At mill 1. n unto 501. DaHuorad It I n'lJ' rr_ dM lfhI No'...
1010 lIla's P510
11110 -
aoll Phano 1717141.Martgogt "IVATI IMTRANCI. loW. P1.hIi01.I5 Call Ml Mia Tom layiar, Hwy ampul 1 yr aid Pri4* IVJL
or S'4y.u a SaScoolt Ilq Nay.p.
? Na 50151.5 SoOll001 .'. 11001101111.11ACIUM fall Ml IW lOytIIOI0N'IIIILL
a tr. allanatS I _. .
5oa'amtPod $1095
IKMemit : *"
5100 or (raauata thMfHt .... avaI
Broker --. Phona Cart CRooflRfJ 0.11.10. .bat csuonc
Na hot. .nor 5 PM1 1111 N'
in tut. 00 '0t5, UPRIOMT PIANO *17501001(1I
10* 50 I :.r-':: ::" odd .=: I II Call a4lltn. SlIMIly. 5011151I '63 Rambler

Moavsd.oa" 1101119A QUIlT lot ,*.. -.51 aId 5100111. lId Sollill oW Ill.IIdc MIIOaSOiIIINaI5.0ClAINj3aAIl. 1101100 iaad CaIN
PIt lint ........ 11.51151N a.. .::1111 SNaIl :::: 010015 Na .'..la'S old ., d. I Sst 15.015I 4-dnor ..._1"* Iran*, '61 1 Ford
I r Illl
IPINAffCI' -- and potIon --.. boo amy. I : ..= b 5111 NOW I'M CLI inv ASvn111I "'.-. rojdiii and) haatdf.
JT- .'roa I'Dnor
C.:&: HAR8EUCoMratfar Ill IS l.illy" P1W.. 371.1111.NIce ChoatPatruanao lOll .vfama*>-; Irani.BMiaion. .
Don byrd PtT }7 -) ROOM w aa Wa ..... M call I741WOOA PIANO* coif Iso "v** COM "bTOownt AUTO $1695 rgdK ard) ha>dr,
Par Ml yaur roam* natdl and rgWPtanniR Naw IS 551011 INIOa100 V.04 .11145M110007Ml. P1101.
i" IOOJ''O'i. ; Iroww far oi'Otl I ra mfanorf gaM 4 aontiddl
P11. am ot .yaswylly _0l COI 01 IOytll50, 551155 ItSc .PN5I I'
palm. na'ni 15 0POW. =. hid _.... A_ 0 _' onccN lava gvar mPKOM | a at.
__fA 01IIUpholehry ;
____ -I PR eMIl wrho' P. 0 $1195
... ataWv 100.0 45 m1154.11W and final ghti.' All In pan galcand. *
COO -_. Phone 1766046fUll. ilt-tfll a.tor 4PM.I "". giiimrcila. I

... *. .tIl'.,.,,". .- ....... 000441 1h. lam; :-TON. yam A Conitianar. TMlatl I.- Ia.15001A1'OSIll. CRUMT""

II a. .MOM If P*. Pt MOVPPIO 01... ,__ .. SW III loW I mad. Coo) Mod aMfr 55010. ....... --II '62 Willyi
yaur rwMhjra atf Call in-Ill A>oiaLARAI ObodmIl Soy ... MOWs 414 ,_ 553 '
KM until PAtAIaTlMit 60
.. ARUOIORial .5ma 55030 l.. 545.11a 5101 IslOloliti 510.. leVO-... CALL rnitiiKAVttlCTR'CGUlfAft tfk-uf 4........ oVrvl, VolkiwojtnCompar

AID COtfVIRIlXWAI IORPHA los.Tar>** PR Htm. 4941 N 105510 lao'. oil ........ ii\i'6'-Md'C0 __ _lor. 1 I fully 1't"'P904-

IOANI I 10100 SIrOlMl 135 II Sod 1 NIowame. Portact for ptOna 1-.auaMW ..,.... good SarA CompleteStock t.,,. lIe."
.... w "..lit .... Pit aT.>tlP PI PS 3105. I 51001 III'S pa ..... NM. "".,.. $1695

Avis Gloss I IJWlO H. A. I e_. I oanaDrmking Gor.,. DvortITM i .Unaw. nam far aa,>t ..to.c i7i N .05NI OIAMOMO I I -SflNT ORGAN 51195
man. .sy maid lanrko aM '
INC PING, Po>focf WOW. Cwrocl c*
I A13llAlIV. -- 1
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8'.Ii IONS
............, 535 II. IWOs. WOlOW 5 "- ia' lot 11ft or TIt m I .... aharrad 50.5110 1111001-.nt 0055 of

trot ....*J *!VIo -. Na 0051 1.0001.7 Call eVIlS .1 >-6 Of I'WILLCaff PUMP I 50100CC' MUsIC CO I '60 Fo.con4Door
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bl00at I r 0 .... Sc aIIm d .. .attm.0liMo. \ 39 Maa.l HaSI .. 61 Rambler
MAUl Dill' AU'O 550 co.m Wit,- .. .. co.. i ... VHS 50.. Iw .... 0.011 510.51111 511151,51 (.01st ...,.. and) fuMtg>.
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MOTORS "If you'relooking

DODGI-DAIT e ,r for

n ii lit m j4i / bargains.don't ,
Used Cars
B&G MOTOR CO. this week,
loaded with
2001 NW Ulit St. we're
them this W'eek-
But if you don'tlike

SAVE 4w MOTORS. make our prices us anoff.r.

62 Chevy 62 Fairlan ."
I.'AI' 4 nr .wd.n. 100. Uoo sN n n.d10oe
r .twrI.. 4 cvt.. .I d ......,.
ndla.1.1e. "MNOr In"m''an.' r...' nk0c.r. $12 9 5

5SS GIVES ALL THREE! $1595. 61 '64 ENGLISH FORD 4 low door ((31S1
..."doo .Ir, _. milea__. like MAI-. . $1595
61 CheYY oow.r"rIM..
= .
THE NO. t_. b.etoa I" Alr lronlm''an' '
I PI_ .hlfl, 64 IMPERIAL h rV"ppow.rit r.
DEAL $1295 $1295 leg power broken, radio ond htottr
NOW 16.000 miles, balance $5con-
-.. 62 Comets ditioning.of new car warranty. . . .
64 Pontiac .
Proven Best By Outselling The Rest! Woo" Mrdt.R.. ..doo'M "M.Nd.M$... its r.d10CtlNlna '63YALIANTtran.miltion 2 door automatic.

-b.k.4.u/em.110 M.IM. -tr.... $1295 . $1495
G.M. is back in production. We planto (mLHw.", 1..001 11I11... radio heotar. .

break all used car sales records for THE NO. $ 61 Chevy '63 CHRYSLER Newport automatic* tran.mil-door,

November by offering the best TERMS Ldodr .1Od., .5. y.. I lion ,radio heater, power steering, $1895
$1195 : brl"". . .
62 Rambler power
prices and the best cars. -
WeOenr Leoor douse.Ir .4 dctO'
Low Cost Bank nlt. '63 CHEVROLET dtCP'
Financing Exclusively $1595 62 Rambler automatic
transmission, radio, heater, power
SPECIAL OFFER THE NO. 1 Ldwr n. .1' condilionlo.. ttotrmg. 13,00 actual ,,"I... $2095_

FREE 63 0"01""Ford 100. Ldeer. h... $1195 63 CORVAIR rood .4 door,; speed

SERVICEOffering lop .Ir ceneltl.n 61 Renault heater. .:. ; 1395
$1999 .
D Yohln. .-
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The Newest Equipment & $495 62 CHEVROLET Sport. automatic
63 Chevy II tranimis.ion, power Itoering, power
Trained Service Men! $1895
brakes, iharp. ,,
T.. k,t.::::.=: rw 59 Renault t" .
d .tor. Douph'''',
door, real'
$1795 $395 63'FIAT low mileage. $1045

COME IN AND PLACE '62 V. VALIANT signet 1 door, he.dtap. ,
c- 63 Chevy !!.,Chevr r. I automatic transmission
YOUR ORDER.THE ., MrdlebpwM ,
_,, air condition
1""u Id. h'n/too., WemI IWtomale I SlQOC
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plwk.5.fr.n.mhdon.. 'Oewr "h.n.mlulon'otor.br'k$2295 ro''' I ing I07J
STRIKE'SOVER $1695 4 door Classic' out-

12-14 LB. THANKSGIVING TURKEY I minion OA RAMBLER, ,radio, heater matic. .traminnp, IU/3
152 Eng. Fodc

FREE WITH EACH CAR PURCHASED 61 :!: "T cylinder.. ..''$1295 '61 VALIANT mot"ic*oo'.tram.V-200.$OOC auto-

Wlem.na tr."I..I. minion radio heater . 070
Sedan salon, THIS '- -4 *" -
'63 CADILLAC 'CO BU"El.ctro 61 VALIANT, tc trans !
DeV.lle. tI excel- JnOC
Factory Air Conditioning" very lent appearance and condition, SOME 1965'SIN 62. Chevy., WEEK'S minion, radio heater . ,773
reduced for this .e.r -
$260 $200
iharp. belowOOC SftQC
NAPA book vet... 073 tale. . . 773 tr IM.n.ml..i.aen Oow.r.:;:1: SPECIAL 61 RAMBLER Ira end "MN" $oo-
'3V BUICK 'h.rdtop coupe, STOCK $1895 63Plymouth radio. heater .I .I O73
' 15 window air conditioned
61 CADILLAC sedan, reduced dOl"
S895 So.rt Purr. :III 61 RAMBLER StfS.4
factory air conditioning, whit., $100. 63 .IM.: Ite/a.t1.. ,.,= $
LOTS ON THE WAY! Mercury m1.u. o.-.r .'. 69 5
reduced $200 for this $2595 ___
tale. ;1&9'5" $ 4 doer station wagon
'61 CORV AIR bucket $2195 'Al RAMBLER automatic tror.rni-

.sedon teati, automatic tron.million.factory lion, power steering power brake, $1 1 nr
60 CADILLAC reduced $100 for this $1 IOC Here's Your Chance To radio, heater, air conditioning. I I 7J

air conditioning, iparkling blue, sole. I I 73 64..dlO; TR"d h.otor.4 Ilk. 62 Mercedes -
reduced $200 for this NW. ml
tola. $1995 $ SAVEHUNDREDS j ,
$2795 $2695 transmission, radio heater power
61 CHEVROLET steering. .actual 27,000 miles $1295
Impala ledan. Factory -- -
'59 CADILLAC hardtop sedan, air conditioning, power reduced 63 TR .4 C 60....rtlbl.VW5NI0 '61 PLYMOUTH ehc'transmsion ..,
$100 for this $ aM "M.l.r. In0
compare this price anywhere.reduced .01. 1495 $1 095 radio! heater. power steering.

$100. . $1495 of DOLLARS $2295 air condtlonln- ,. $1295
'63 FORD Fairlano dan I I SCO .. 58 VW '6l PLYMOUTH wU00 ;s ht1on
V-8. factory .... 6
F''.". air I conditioning. Exceptional Chevy'N cylinder heater nice. 795
57 CADILLAC ,.. $695
wood condition, reduced Ldosr wd n ou-
factory air conditioning, oneowner $100. . . $1795 ON BRAND =to m 11 e t..nrnhslen.' THUNDERBIRD ;
,told and serviced by B&G. $21'95 62 Porsche 60 transmission.
reduced <695 62 MERCURY r.17 sun.r power steering power brakes, $fnnrradio
$100. automatic tranimii- $1OOC $2995 heater I U7 J
lion reduced I OTJ
' 8S h or dt OPt fat' 62 Plymouth '59
63 OLDS tory sir condltioning. '62 IMPERIAL 'w-.... I'dWwnM1....... _....... 63 Sunbeam_. THUNDERBIRD tro:SSS.::
'< power beautiful con atop NEWNEW .... Alpine. "' radio heater,power steering power
dition. reduced 5O7ftC sedan Factory air conditioning, $139'5' $2195 brakes sir conditioning real iharp.$1495
_$1 00. Z/7J cruise control.
Reduced $100. . $2895 '59 PLYMOUTH :'Jf Fury"ollt.'
S88 sedan 63 Cadillac
62 OLDS ...... _
tory air condltionlng .don. 63 Chevy. lID Villi transmission radio. heater 595
full power told and 61 CHRYSLER factory .Imply.Ir ..Mlehn' -'".. Mrd/ep. $4495 -
serviced by B fir G. One of the air conditioning. Re- $ '59 ;: ; "lardsion
nicest '62 Olds ducal $200. 1295 I 1964 Chevrolet, Chevelle's $2495 CHEVROLET;" $
round. . $2395 60 VouxhallLd .6 cylinder ,radio heater. . 595

FS5 station WI,. '59 PLYMOUTH :''gon Corvair's, Chevy II's 63 Ford .r$495 -
61 OLDS VS. autoV-8. tran.mii.ion |lust over XL ..... ..... hDrdtottoII. 59 HILLMANI ft, :ce.f-395!
matic tranimi.iion 4 new tires, hauled Reduced Some salesmen still tryingto r .natl.nh5
good economy and '$ioc. $595 $2395 58 um.ta;; ;
performance. $1395 I _60 .Fiat I PLYMOUTH,!;;m:s $
sell their personal demonstrator .......M.. r.el.OM sloe radio heater. 395
hardtop ia- -
60 OLDS don power iteerIng lotion wagon, radio heater, your chance to 63 Ford $1095 I '57 DeSOTO2 door. hardtop euto-
smooth reduced automatic tronimi.iioit. w_ euu.N. .Ir matic transmission, ra-
SIOO.I $1195 Reduced $100. 795 get a like new 1964 Chevrolet I :::= =-=::: 61 Austin do.kh..r. power steering power. $495

Plenty of Inexpensive Good Transportation Cars $2295 $1195 I

'56 Volkswagen . $400 '58 Hillman. . . .$200 at a steal I

Sedan . -
58 Oldsmobile 1 . . ,$)50 '57 Dodge ,$495 I 'ee, J. L. SMITH. WILIUR UCH, PAUL
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57 OldimobileCoupe._ .$150
55 Cadillac Coupe condi58 Oldsmobile 13 Air I Itloninl. GRANVILVI
. . .$)9$ conditioning. . $595 II I I UNIVERSITY JONES.



"Gelneiville'i Largest Volume Deeler" 2201 N. MAIN ST.I I CO.

220\, N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515 USED CAR PHONE FR 6-7584 "In TN Auto Come bid,,', TN No",." 1101'1" l-YAl1AN1-CNRTSIIR-ILTIsOYTM-fIMCA,

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$1195 : UP TO 40% ON SOME CARSWe

.......... .'..63.. IM1"VW wan t. Northcentral Florida rt traded in. some real thorp con during our October Country Hoe-
$1395 ... John'.. Hipp .. down!! Here's your chance to get a real' sharp' deal and save up to
'6) YW \'-!s.\ Large Inventory of J 1 $500. .

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$1895 815 S.E. 4th Avc., the WINNER OF THE
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'62 ALFA. .... ROMEO"Jprinf
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sas WIIh..wits II"" .Mt1
WM $195 Nw wwI6
Miller-I Woo lit" New

63CHEVROLET $2195 \,l '64. ChryslerMr .MrtMfc 'c.63....,Mm.P.I ._ '..
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223552 j 1,5.5,.mNNe* Ala l wile but* 32954 Ma/ aa.P H. 2595
extra rfiqrp Leon "LL" Stanley Mrlll* WKk fcI ==
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65 Hardtop MUSTANG 22S HP. ., V-8 $3395 r >\ '.-63 MM Chery r...Ia1.. "--.II.. '...61 dO... fto.tr Ch.1rVI _""". ...v..,or..
DID CrulM-o-matic, PS. Air ., ., 1599 ,..rNt.NNINn.. 1499,
-WSW Cond, marly Rally .Pock. .R&H( I s.. sonata.:: .:: new wIt.w..N sIN3 was y rte NrMrr N MWr. ..,.,
Wes 51555 N.r

FORD '61 ChevyIlKMK '62.Chevy.., ,
i eN. MI wash
64 $2995 _.... eel.,? .MlMWtIrtm ....
Goloxi. 500 XL coupt Hit* tr< i 1488 1575
YOU Air V-8 Cond R&H., ihorp Crui..-e-m.tlc, Air.WM.'m,wn DtHMu ,it; .NM..i..IK well wtllt tlrt. mLf
WM SI7tS 1'1' b>t "
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64 FORD $2495 I 58::- ", ; 'I.61.. .Old... .....
390 Golax,V PS.8 500. 4 2-dr.tpiR&H red.63CHEVROLET..Foitbock.tro"s., I- :101 w."'II. *';' 89 5 :v.w.='.Nw1..q wall>ann f.r., whir.rarely N<., 1585

KNOW W. A."Little Billy"listen
"- :r"-" '61 Cadillac r
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$1799 I 64.....VW k..l< !I". .......II K/yN e.VNN.m1r0r /... 2695
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WM 124(5 New *.! $2+J Newt

62 Galewe R&H, PS 500.Crulu 4dr..e,.motic V-8., 1599 I I ( 1 DOZEN 20 LB. TURKEYS

blut & whit.. I r FREE! FREE! FREE!


READY TO, DELIVER! Here'e your chance to be one of the lucky 18 people that will jet .
a FREE TURKEY!Just drop In and Master' anytime between Monday -
i iE
M $E Low Rate 6% Roy "Sfockcar" Wood & Saturday 5 p.m., no obligation,you do not have to be prts
IN p-- -- ent to win!
$J b ito\\ p-" J\.. 1
financing I. if*'.1 ,' ,
new on all and !L .' I NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS

NORTHCENTRAL- c'tR wanaA fr ,',it'b' ;! Chevrolet $ 00
used cars! 6. $1900 1 53 Mercury 6
6 4-dr wognn, V-8,
FORD $1 I standard tr_. "6M. 2od1. hardtop, 16M, Dly
62 >IQO I 1 poly month month
Goto.' 2-dr, V.3. R&H & V y
f5C "r-r"te- Select Jr jf t
girt AC. yellow. '61 1.Rambler $3441 '58 Rambler $1 A41S"P ..

FALCON ]-dr e lgiiHHiraughout 4 dr ra, .Qon,
62 "-dr. dtlux states WCIQM $1299 Johnnie I Coleman I 'r,1.h. On'Y. 'Roth fM month RGH ir.ndofd white tro..llde.. Only..n" m onth ,
*&H. Ford .' malIC, darkoeM

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OPEN 'TIL 9 Mon. thru Fri. Ph. FR 6-5371 Across from the Shopping Center, Phono 3726313r

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f Golneiville Sun Friday, November t, 1964 .

'i' New Cattle Classifications Protect Plants In Winter: P CSmtttmIltDm1giun r Livestock Market ]'

Have Been In Effect 'A light cattle sate was aeen

Try Banking or Water FARM at the Gainesville Livestock

I Seven grade classification Market this week with 1,052
for feeder cattle bS3 head sold to 47 buyers.
adopted By HERVEY SHARPS I now. Overgrown plants can be wise It will putt the rye grass & GARDEN The Federal State Market
tits U. S. Department of AgrlC' -, Agricultural Extension Service moved now with comparative up by the roots. News Service reported a

, 'julture went Into effect Sept.I Levy Banking money and ornamentals ease and pruned to the desired Dig and store tender bulbs steady to strong market

23.k I have one thing In com- shape later. such as dahlias and fancy- Slaughter steers and heifers
mon the weather. Most leaved caladiums this month.
k County If of the shrubs were scarce, bulls and calves
C' The official standards, which some you
save money for a rainy As soon as dahlias die back,
will serve as the primary ba' day while gardeners bank ornamentals plan to discard particularly dig the clumps, dry for a few Ag. Research Helps steady. All stocker, with cattle calves remained -
azaleas are itunted with steady
sis appraising the grade o[: Agent { as protection against I days and store In peat moss, in
leaves do
sickly yellow not replant stronger spots.
cold weather. sand or at about
2 feeder cattle In everyday tradIng in the same location with- Monday's cattle prices:
........ Plant banking has one advan- 40 degrees. Caladiums are a bit Farmer Consumer
by livestock Industry are: C.M out replacing the soil with a I' Steers Good 115-19; standard
natured and should
I' tage you can use low cost more warm ,
fertile acid mixture I II $13 1575 utility, $l0-()
CHOICE ,, earth Instead of expensive material ,be stored at about 70 degrees .
humus. A sick plant means sick 13; Inferior, $8 10.
L STANDARD, COMMERCIAL, take a serious look at this rabies like money. soil and both need to be doc- during the winter. I We all like a bargain. And] I Claves Good and choice,

.UTILITY, and INFERIOR.., problem now and take One plant that will pay big tored or changed.Don't agricultural reserach Is one of '14 20.25; standard 112 .16.75;
dividends to bank
They are determined by an necessary counter measures to hibiscus.protect by 'EquipmentAssociation our biggest bargains! Research utility, $lt 14.50; stackers, $11.
ing Is A mound of
prevent a costly outbreak. or prune evergreen has shown American farmers Gilchrist : 2025
'evaluation of the factors asso- earth around the lower framework shrubs now or for the how to produce abundantly so .
related: with a feeder animal Double Gracing of the plant will preventthe next few weeks. Both of these that we have a wide variety of Cows .Utility, $12 14.25;

f logical slaughter potential and Nitrogen on small grain plant from freezing to the operations may cause a new wholesome and nutritious foods Cotmty.Agent I. cutter 13. $9 12.50; itockers, $6-

r jhe anlmal'i Indication of thrift- double ground line. This Is necessaryif flush of growth which could be throughout each year. This factis .
crops can or triple your Bulls Utility, $14 50 IS;
the hibiscus has been buddedor
iness. killed by a freeze. This Is a
evident time visit
Will Meet every we
grazing or carrying capacity. otherwise cutters, one sold at $13, itock
grafted, the
prized time however to
good ,
prune our favorite supermarket s I 11 .
The new feeder grades dot- Apply 60, to M pounds nitro- ers, $7 15.
be wilted dead
top may by out all the dead wood to keep
I ly conform to present U. S. gen to small grain in two applications JACKSONVILLE The con- down around the family dinner A light: bog sale saw 281 head
Jack Frost below the
graft onion disease from lingering In the table raid the Jhw ,......... I
f ,standards for slaughter cattle. starting In early December and next summer all you plant until spring. vention of the Florida Farm and or refrigeratorfor cross the.. block" with grade.
r. At a result of the changes, to obtain more grazing. will have Is mongrel type Power Equipment Dealers Association a midnight snack selling; to 20 points lower than
I .names of the top six grades 01 We in Levy County have nol blossoms developing from com- It Is best not to be an Impulse will be held In Jacksonville Not only Is food abundant, It's gather needed, up-to-date information a i week ago. Demand was good

feeder cattle' will be the sam utilized the full advantage ol mon rootstock. buyer of rose bushes November 15-17 at the economical as well; and here on U. S. agricultural resources for feeders ,with one group of

I ,as the top six grades of slaughter nitrogen applications to small If lack of energy will not per- However, if you are, be sure Hotel Robert Meyer, accord- again much of the credit goesto and production. Sue '11 going for 2750.
cattle A feeder anImal grains. Nitrogen Is the cheapest mit you to man a shovel to you prepare several planting Ing to R. L. Ricker, secretary- agricultural research. If Tuesday's hog prices
information vital
I: ;which qualifies for the choice Investment In forage production bank the plants, then gamble sites before you go on a buying treasurer of the association, American farmers used 1940 Is in making No l's 'IUO; No. 2's $14.
'grade for example, has the potential you can make. on an easier way to protect the spree. I Orange Park. methods, It would cost an extra decisions affecting many segments 35; No. 3's $14; No. t'. -$14.40;
of the U, S.
for developing Into a plants. Try water. Rememberthat About 18 Inches each way Is I There will be a board of directors $13 billion a year to produceour Data gathered Include economy.the No. $'. $13, No. 1 Ro'. $1.50;

choice grade slaughter steer.This To Attend well watered plants can a satisfactory planting distancefor meeting on Sunday, the nation's supply of food and and size of farms, numberof number feeders $27.50.
tea bush varieties. fiber. This extra cost would be
withstand cold weather much hybrid opening .
should be of benefit day.Monday
great living on farms
persons acreage
to the cattle Industry and r better than a plant suffering If the soil Is light sand, !It there will be a passed on to consumers, adding and harvest of crops, a DEAD
.Land GrantConvention from drought. Freezing a dehydrating should be removed to a depthof more than five dollars a weekto P
understoodand "Parti and
:should be better Merchandise Panel" livestock and poultry Inventory, Spanish Moss is killed
14 Inches and with each bill for farm
If know replaced family's
used. Most of the officially process. you moderated, by the association'spresident Information on farm equipment when sprayed by
:graded feeder cattle sales In that a cold wave Is on the way, fertile compostAs Glenn Thomas of products.Yes and facilities and OH Income Florida Pest Control
It's Insurance to make a long term Insurance
"- 'the future will follow these Ocala.Tuesday's. research such as that and some production expend Celt Fit 2.26" fer
sure your plants have an ample against deficiencies of traceelemen.t
grading standards in grading program will con conducted by the Florida Agricultural tures.
moisture sprinkle a tablespoon
the calves. Official grading of Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director of supply. sist of a "How to Buy Used Experiment Stations-
Now li a good time to renovate of mineral mixture In
feeder cattle Is authorized un- the Florida Agricultural Exten- old shrubbery, accordingto each planting hole. The mix Equipment panel, moderatedby Is a real bargain a bargain
k 'der the Agricultural Marketing of Lakeland for which all be thankful .
1'. sion Service, and Mrs. Gladys Dr. J. N. Joiner, ornamental ture is available from your Claude Qullllan we can SOMETHING NEW
Act of 1946, If needed by then .
; One of the highlights of the day
horticulturist with the Agricul- garden supply store.
'cattle Industry. Kendall, who Is serving as actIng
will be an address by Emory
extension tural Experiment Stations. Another tip on roses they
home economics
Rabies Potential Up I project leader, will join over a He lays not to move plants seem to thrive best In slightly Dearborn of the Ford Motor Co., WESTINGHOUSE DOES IT' GAIN A
wild thousand educators and admlnstrators about or buy new plants with- acid soil where the ph averages Tractor and Implement Division Questionnaires for the 1964 NEW TOP LOADING WASHER
The problem of rabies In out a definite plan on paper about 6.0 to U. So to keep the Detroit Census of Agriculture are now
:animals could become a serjpuj at the 78th annual 1 Even the simplest sort of garden plants happy, use acid fertilizer Later In the day, a panel being mailed out to farmers
problem In Levy County. Convention of the Association of. plan will be helpful In determining mixed especially for roses. "Credit' and Finance," moderated (and ranchers) of Gilchrlst BIG-15 LB. CAPACITY:

Last week we had a person get State Universities and Land the exact number of Another chore that many gardeners by F. H. Smith of Ocala, County. The forms are expected
Bitten! by a rabid skunk in the Grant Colleges, Nov. 8 11, In to reach the farmers withina
plants of each kind you will will face Is mowing winter Is scheduled.Dr. Th Heavy Duty Automatic Washer,That's
:northern part of the county. Washington, D. C. need for your lot. I grasses. If you have planted Frank Goodwin, professorof few days. This will allow Gentle at a Lamb with Clothes;
JVow, with the Heavy popula- Dr. Watkins said that the con- The sap will soon be downIn Italian rye grass, start mow- marketing University of Florida farmers a period of time to
tion of raccoons In our coun- vention will focus on the Idea most plants and the shock Ing as soon as it Is about two will be the featured speaker consult their 1964 business records Biggest Transmission of all GuaranteedFor
ty and the build up of foxes that the education of today's college of transplanting can be held to I Inches high. Be sure that the at the annual banquet Tuesday In order to answer questions Fin Years.
and skunks and other similar and university students :a minimum If they are moved lawnmower Is sharp, other- night Nov. 17. on the forms before census
animals, we can expect an increase enumerators begin callingon
] in rabies. Rabid coons must keep pace with a world In the farmers to collect the

have become a serious problem which knowledge and technology forms. Best estimates for the'

In South Georgia and rabid are expanding rapidly. Complete Plans for January year will be sufficient to answer'I 'L9l

foxes are becoming more The University of Florida Is questions in cases where com- {
"serious. We would do well to! one of 97 members of the As plete records for the year are iHnh lit

sociation. These 17 universities Southeastern Poultry Meet not available. I ..._ ?

enroll 17 per cent ot all college Enumerators will call on every
WE GOT and university students and M farmer In the district At the

per cent of all graduate students DECATUR Ga, A program known as the "world's larges' at ;:45 a,m. with the Exhibitor time of the call, the enumeratorwill a
although they comprise with the "Look Ahead" poultry gathering" are about Breakfast on Top of the Mart. help the farmer complete I
SO five per cent of the c o untry's'will greet thousands of poultry complete The convention holds its first answers to any questions In the
I BIO. institutions of higher education. men from nearly every state of Association Executive Secretary assembly program beginningat form that the farmer was unable

will Include -this nation and many foreign Bob Martin said that of the 150: pro. with the presi to answer, and will review
Convention speakers
TAUSE WE- Elmer Ellis, president of countries as they gather In At- 309 exhibition booths available I dent's address and two speak the form to see that it Is completely

I CHARGE SO LITTLEr of State Universities lanta, Ga, for the 18th annual covering 60,000 square feet of' ers who will concentrate on filled out
the convention of the Southeastern floor in the Atlanta Merchandise
r space world business condition.' and The Census of Agriculture Is
Grant Collegesand
rent a car fromXCONOCA t and Land Poultry and Egg, Associat Ion,! Mart, to date 297 have the opportunities of the future taken every five years in the

: !. *} I president of the University Mere- Jan. K, 26 and 27. been contracted for and that a development of the southeast years ending In "4" and '.9" to I ]
O. ,
elt of Missouri, President number of additional applications .
...-JL. of The meetings and exhibits
.1 I dith Wilson of the University are still being processed.
Minnesota, President George will portray the theme of the "Never' before have we had lOch

I Oil, Oil. Inwrmct All Includ.dNO Harrar of the Rockefeller Found --southeast "Vision, Ingenuity, interest In exhibiting at our convention FarmCityWeek
DROP CHARGER a t lon, President Klngman Progress. ," Martin added. Priority
R JAX AIRPORT Brewster of Yale University and President H. F. McCarty Jr. for exhibit space Is based on Plans II
Phone FR 6.3644OFFICE President Frederick Set of the of Magee, Miss, and first vice membership In the Association, \Iachna
: AT MANOR MOTH National Academy .of Sciences.CHECKwmTECH president and convention program history of exhibiting and date Move Ahead
chairman John Wallace of application.
of SL Petersburg, Jointly announced The big poultry convention Plans for observing Farm County
I that plans for what Is gets underway on Jan. 25 City Week, Nov. 20-28, are moving Jeavy Duty Top-Loading Washer LAF700
I ahead, according to Com- Position
Agent 4 Automatic Wash Cycles a
mittee Chairman G. M. Davis Unt Filter
rt COLOR TV HEADQUARTERS Better Dairy Management An outstanding farm family Automatic Water Circulation Saver System New. Porcelain
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Doubles State Milk OutputFlorida ''by Mrs :Raymond Gibson of Flush Rinse plus Deep Rinse Automatic

High Springs.A I ing this facility, you have a' Safety Lid Lock
: TECH TV Interesting tour is wonderful treat In store for you'I
dairy cows are producing dairymen have put into the very
to be
being planned for Tuesday, so make your plans now ONLY No Down
1'1 )22 N.W 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433 than 100 did per cent more milk dairy operation. It Includes bet- Nov. %4. The tour will itart on the tour. I

S OPEN FRI. 'TIL 9 PM-J PAYMENT HANS they 20 years ago. ter feeding, better breeding from the Florida Farm Bureau The will be allowed

all Today cows, the kept per for cow milk average Is 7,500 of including 97 per cent bred artificially Building on, S.W. 13th St., at 45 minutes groups at each stop and $ 41 PaymentWITH

It In 1963 better care 3 p.m., under the niperivsion we plan to end the tour back'at 10
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Se. JIM VOYLES-Your KRESKY DEALER 'years ago. was pounds of herds, Improved milking of E. Loy Strickland, our soil the Florida Farm Bureau

F methods and more efficient conservationist, and Harlan Ellis Building Just In time for a 6 PERMONTH
This tremendous c h a n g e In Trade
FHA supervisor. 1.0"1group
milking equipment. All have p.m. buffet banquet I
production In such a relatively
oII will visit the Universityof
short period Is unequaled in contributed to the higher per Florida Horticultural gardens Speaker for the banquet will
F other state cow production. be Dr. Harry M. Philpot, vice''
.- any according to and greenhouses while CHACE and KITCHENSON
r fi Clarence W. Reaves, F lor Ida "Today's Florida dairy farm- Harlan takes Ms group to the president of the University of

Agricultural Extension dairy-I ers can be justly proud of the new USDA Laboratory which Florida. THE SQUARE

Industry that has developed intoa experiments with Insects affectIng Contact the Gainesville Chamber ,
man.What accounts for this r e- $100,000,000 business as a man and animals.Dr. of Commerce or Jhe CountyAgent's I Your Westinghouse franchised
fih :
d ? +c a I, markable Increase! source of farm income from Carroll N. Smith, head of Office for tickets. .
J Reaves attributes much of It, milk, culled cows and v at," the laboratory. elans to divide ,- --

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