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 8, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 107 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1964 NEWSSTAND Howe oar ,nveaao PRICE. at 20c


1k" Rusk's On Vital Kremlin Shows Off : II h

Mission Might to Red China -

(AF WlrmtwM M SMI) European UnityIs t

You Drive Fast!' in Danger

Three-year-old Cathy Hardy shows the photographerhow WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary Red' -
she perched on the running board of a truck like of State Dean Rusk. Chou9 !
this driven by her father Jack W. Hardy, 32 on a quietly opened Saturday one of
couple of Los Angeles freeways Friday night beforehe the most Important rounds of Reds Accuse U.S. of Threats Chiefs View
discovered her presence. Police said Hardy failed 1 V> conferences with Western European -
notice that the child stepped onto the running boardof leaden In the brief, troubled E
his truck as he left home to attend some auto races. history of NATO. MOSCOW (AP) Following a answered In a suitable man- making toasts at a Kremlin Missiles
lie said he heard cries while driving down an off-ramp policy of alternating civilian ner." reception that concluded celebrations .
near the track-and: found the girl. Hardy took the tot The great aim of European friendship and military tough- He spoke shortly after smiling of the 47th anniversary
home-then went back to the races.Johnson unity which has guided American ness, the Soviet defense minis Anastas I. Mikoyan, the Soviet of the Bolshevik Revolution. MOSCOW (APThe) Soviet ""
relations with Western Europe ter accused U.S. Defense Secretary president spoke of peace In the Special guests' were leaders of Union paraded a new monster, rM. I.
for more than a decade Is Robert S. McNamara Sat whole world. Leonid N. Bre- a dozen Communist nations, nuclear missile through Red '
GetsPostElection In danger of being extinguishedby urday of threatening to destroythe zhnev, first secretary of the Including Premier Chou En-lal Square Saturday In an unprecedented
the diplomatic storm devel- Soviet Union "at any moment Soviet Communist party, said of Red China display of Soviet military J
oping around French President ." earlier that the majority of After' Matinovsky spoke, diplomatic might before world Com-
CheckJOHNSON Charles de Gaulle. Grim-faced Marshal Rodion Americans cherish peace. sources said, Premier munist leaders With It were
Y. Malinovsky said "Any attempt Malinovsky and Mikoyanwere Alexel N. Kosygln went' up to five other new rockets, Including
The North Atlantic Treaty from an enemy will be among top Soviet leaders (See REDS.. Pig IA) a submarine missile that the
CITY, Tex. (AP) The President has been there
Organization !Is In serious trou- Russians claimed be
-President Johnson tooth before can
got a for check-ups but this
fixed Saturday and had a checkup was his first visit as president. ble. launched under water.
IIi Kid! How's the ?
on his heart chest and eyes. Johnson had a severe heart Ironically this Is occurring at Kidney Premier' Chou En-lal of Red
The check were described as attack in 1956. a time when the new leadershipIn China and leaders of 11 other

routine and the results normal. From the school, Johnson tooka Russia and the old, en- Communist nations Joined the'
Assistant White House press 15-minute helicopter whirl to trenched leaders in Communist DALLAS, Tex. (AP) and- and Mrs. D. C. Freeman of Fort ., new Kremlin leadership .top-

vcretary Malcolm Kilduff pro- the ranch of his old friend and China are getting together In Primped for a photographer Worth. \ f' Lenin's tomb to see the display,
'Ided the report after talking political ally, Gov. John Connally Moscow to try to paper over a handful of onlookers, two Doctors said Mary may begin i,: ,J' of military muscle and to hear ,,
Identical twin sisters involved In
with Johnson's physician, Dr. of Texas, who Invited the their differences, now that Nikl- growing now that she has a Defense Minister Raton Y,

George Burkley,. who went President down for the after- ta Khrushchev Is out of the way. a each rare other kidney In Parkland transplant Memorial saw normal kidney. Tests Indicated f Malinovsky accuse the United j.

along noon. Rusk with Netherlands Stales of military adventures
met Saturday Hospital Saturday -
The President climbed into a Mrs. Johnson didn't make the Foreign Minister Joseph n t that he laid threaten world
helicopter at his ranch In the trip with the PresidentJust Luns. Belgian Foreign Minister Nancy Freeman 10, got out of would be successful. '. peace.
Texas hills, whirled 69 miles when the Johnson! may Paul-Henri Spaak, due here bed and walked to the side of Mary suffered a kidney condition "."u j, ,
south to the U.S. Air Force go back to Washington Is uncertain Monday, has been in touch with her twin, Mary, to whom she known as congenital' blllt1< Observers compared the biggest
'chool of Aerospace Medicine at the French. Foreign Minister gave a kidney two days ago.A eral hypoplasla, which left her .i rocket to the U.S. Alias
pan Antonio kidneys undented.' Surgeons f' .,1'' missile The Russian missile Is .,
and had the tooth The Johnsons have Invited Gerhard Schroeder of West kidney condition has left t
about 15-fcet long and 10 to 12
lllcd President-elect Gustavo Diaz Germany !Is due In two weeks. Mary weighing only 37 poundsat b, f ,tt feet In diameter biggest : ,
While he wa< at It, Ki'duff Ordaj of Mexico to the ranch \ ever
Britain's new Labor prime minister the age of 10 She was born .
displayed In annual Bolah-,
+ in
Md. the President !had a check for an informal visit Thursdayand Harold Wilson, will come weighing 1 pound 12 ounces. ; J' JIt i7 vlk Revolution
F r Day parade.
"( his even, a routine chest X. Friday. who weighed three j
". pnd In December or early January. Nancy, i) ,j ,, :; range Is reported to be about SOM ,- .
.v an electrocardiogram And the deer season opens pounds at birth, now weighs 101 ... .. miles
-n his heart. Several Air Force next Saturday an event to Undersecretary of State pounds. .;. I ,

*ctTS participated In the which the' President usually George Ball has scheduled early Southwestern Medical School t ,: lit A.} ...,. 1 A television commentator

eck-\l". Johnson/ pnent about looks forward wl'h considerable trips to West Berlin and Paris.In surgeons transplanted Nancy'shealthy I described the two-stage rocketas .
"e.. hniws lIt the sctlonl. Inlerr* 'Y the sister" ""
HC' "younger of the
the background Is a grow- left kidney to Mary last J J
ing belief by American policymakers Thursday In a .'.tlour opera IJ: rocket that fired three men! t

5 Blind Brothers that uniting Western eee Into orbit last month. Tans, the % .
Recently Europe Into a single great power tion.The y official new agency, said the
I girls were transferred rocket Js "distinguished for l.
center, closely linked with I II ,
i Sec Wonders of Animal Life this country, Is no longer prac Saturday to the medical Intensive "' "r'" ., "", t.I treat accuracy even when fired "
tical.A care unit from the surgical I < < at relatively' small! targets" ,
recovery parea, where they had n .f
ROME (AP) Five brothers feeling about elephants. He major review of U.S. Euro- been since surgery, and began These were the smaller rock- I
')orn blind saw the amazing pointed to a full-sized adult and pean policy now beginning receiving oral fluids for nourishment ll't .; 'I eta In the show, commemorating

wonderland of a non Saturday'or asked: seems likely to produce a new Both had been fed Intravenously Ii. the 47lh anniversary of the .

the fir t time. They were "Where's his papa? This Is definition of purpose.! Essentially since Thursday It revolution: .

rlisanpoinle'1' that elephants Just a little one." the best informed officials Doctors said that Mary's new A new missile similar In

were so little! but delighted thatmonkeys' The boys had guessed In ad- believe this will mean working kidney continues" to function (.lJ appearance to the Intermediate, : :
were so human and around Gaullist France to form range minifies withdrawn from '
vance that elephants would be tt Ina Sun
(CA WlrwftM
lions beautiful.The "excellently.
!so U.S. ties with Britain, Cuba In 1862. However the .
"big as a house, and all white." closer new R
Sicilian boys, ranging All five boys thought was West Germany, Italy and other The glrls's parents arc Mr. Nancy, right, at twin aUter'a bedside one looked longer, about 79 feel If
from 4 to 15 years old, saw for grey -A
allies missile which Tans
a pretty dull color for an ele- .
the first time two weeks ago said could be fired under A '
after cataracts an with operation which they removed were phant.The giraffe, however, was Just UF StudentsDie Is the ( Hurricane Cycle'Back missile like the U.S. Polaris submarine

as they had expected -"a sort
"ire. of with A cigar! shaped antimissile ,!
big goat Ks neck stuck f
Paolo. 11, summed up' the missile about M feet and '
out." in Crash long I
They spent the moat time in to Plague Florida ? feet In diameter It appeared to

LBJ Misses fascination before the cages of DELAND (AP) Three University be riding backward In a protest ?
the lions and the tlve tube Through the open
Road :Mishap "How beautiful monkeys.!" cried 4- of Florida students were MIAMI (AP-In the mid-1950s chusetts Institute of Technology of tranquility In which only one front end one could see four f'f \
killed Saturday when I car ran
of the ladles! of the
twisting tropics -
year-old Calogero he when "Florida hurricanes" were scientist, the hurricanes would engine exhausts.A .
as gazedat off U. S. 90 and crashed Into a ow
FLORESVILLE. Tex. (AP) their old return to Florida and the came cslling. new field artillery rocket.
the lions. "The color! I wantto tree, the Florida Highway Patrol bypassing stamping upper Another Hilda snaked Into I t
President Johnson was endan- touch the color!" reported. grounds and smacking Into the Gulf coast. Louisiana., Thin appeared as four rows of 10 a
gered Saturday when a convertible Carolina and the Eastern rockets each mounted on a f
Attendants brought the little upper And, In 1964, sure enough herethey J
Trooper John Worden Identified Was this the !beginning of a
which he
was riding was Seaboard, Dr. lIurd Willett figured tru<'k. ObiHTvers expressed]
forced onto the narrow shoulderof boy a lion cub. He held It happily the dead as Lloyd Webster! came. Cleo, Dora and Isbell new cycle, a decade or more !.
In his after careful that a cycle had begun.- all flounced Into Florida belief they had a range of about ""
arms a bring
a farm road to avoid a collision Hall Jr., It. of Daytona Beach: when. Florida could expect) to be
look to see "if its claws have Warren McFarland Smith 19, of In 10 year, said the MalllIn to an end a 14-y.sr periodtt'NITED slugged wllh regularity? 1000 yards but were nut Urge 'I''

The incident occurred as Gov. been trimmed." Key West and Alexander Bros- Could be, says Chief Storm enough to carry nuclear war 1

John B. Connally drove Johnson Tigers and leopards paced clon, 20, of Bay Village, Ohio. Forecaster Gordon Dunn of the head I i
around his Floresville ranch. before the brothers. The car, driven by Hall, was FUND Bt LLETINj Miami Weather Bureau. -A new antiaircraft missile
A Texas highway patrolman, "Just like cats, but bigger," heading toward Daytona Beach Dunn doesn't put too much which the Ruulans claim la j
passing the small motorcade on the boys said unenthusiastically. In heavy traffic when It ran off KHra AWmN General Ctalma*, Ml Campaign stock In cycles. Past records Indicate their moat accurate yet
a hill, met an oncoming car and With the monkeys It was quite the left side of the pavement and cycles of a sort, but they produced. To observers! It did ".
had to cut sharply In front of the another matter."I truck the tree, Worden said. have been overlapping poorly not appear Urge enough to attack .
President's car. never Imagined they'd be Worden said he believed the The nine employes of Fullgas, Inc., made contributions defined. : a missile or to carry a ?

Connally slowed and then so much lake us," said Paolo as driver was trying to pas traffic to the 1965 United Fund campaign "But, since 19SS, hurricane nuclear warhead. I
moved onto the shoulder of the he watched the monkeys shell and had to !leave the road worthy of noting. There was 100 per cent participation tracks have tended to return to The military parade and pageantry !
road. The patrolman made it peanuts and pop them into their because of oncoming carl. U and an average Individual gift of |24.M. normal," Dunn said. "For the went on In a light snow
safely around. mouths. "They must have Also worthy of noting are the departments In next 10 to 1) years, the frequency and degree temperatures.

Johnson was riding In the learned !In school how to use Commissionjot our city government whose employes participated of hurricanes In Florida and Premier Alexd N. Kosygln. .'';
100 cent In making contributions to the cam the Gulf should increasesomewhat. .
per coast
front seat beside Connally. (See BUND en Page !A) on party secretary, Leonid I. Crethnev
paign. and other Kremlin offlclal I
-- Meeting They are building Inspection: department, engineering department This doein't mean that Florida were bundled against the
field engineering department equipment dpartment and public will continue to have three weather as they stood overlookIng .
The Gainesville City Commission works department. each year, or even In a majorityof the parade.
Good Morning! will not meet Monday, A* we all know, the coil of providing the kind of charitable, years. There have been three-
City Manager William Green youth and health services we have hi our community If high. These hurricane seasons only 10 limes
Jr. announced.The services can only continue If voluntary gifts from Interested elll- In M ,..,..
Around and About the Ncics: next scheduled meeting sea continue. Remember, one gift serves many causes when you On the average, Florida has a PROOFOF
Is Nov. It. give the united way.County's (See! ITORMS .. Page 2M

I Caribbean Conference opens

1 hr v at UF Dec. 2 -Page $C. The RESULTS ..
unique new SAE House described Final Vote Tallyrecord
-Page ID. Bulldogs band
Mr. ,. W. Watts' of HighSc .
Gators 14-7 licking -The Big -
Orange."Toys. i,g. no 5'. following, K):
A record turnout of voters delivered both Gainesville and Alachua: In on absentee billot

for Tots," "Arrow- County to Lyndon Johnson la the presidential electkia last Tuesday, la numbers, the turnout set a i with 24.ISI voters Casting ...
4' the unofficial final cuonty vote totals show. ballots la the presidential campalf" pi. sero.a _rue.e ..
craft Sate. and Sale enne .ue 'oo Ilea Ir
1 "Antique he 33 precincts M of 100 la of .se. ...... ...._ ,.
On average, through county's every percentage, the showing was shy a record. The turnout was w. w.
and Fair being readied. Pictures .-. ..... ... .
Page 1C. voters who flipped a lever to vote la the presidential race chose the fcliMly; above 7$ per cent of the r egl"lcred voters The figure was c..I ..055- -
on switch betide Johnson's name. The same ratio holds for the U abuut M per cent four years alGJuI i I, when Rx bard Nixon defeateda .-- -..... ...

e' precincts entirely er partly ill Gainesville >a Kennedy It.flTJ votes to 9771, total of 1'.>>! ballots Thin lid ..ien&IY 1 ectrduhd' to ....
Johnson win U.4I1 voles. Including gal absentee ballot Barry In Gainesville, Jorum csrr fed I only six .f U precincts butCokhra run 6 days w.e unctIM ftw .
Coldwaler Republican standard bearrr. received 11,171 votes Including lathered& la tX$ ballots to 7,192 tens if r. County-wide John only' running ) ifevt. Mr. W<)lk" -
sod' : "We dock Mulnr4 .. .
Old Friends got (
Among the : CJ on the absentee voter paper baOoa won It of 32 precincts, three more thaI Kennedy carried: In tied mufti W. old rev
1 la the governorship race Haydoej Burns received Ml7t, and WO. coxHwr lor the Ml MOO to ttv .

Abby .._ ___.. .8 McCarYeY 18 Republican Charles HoUey 1,399. His victory In Gainesville result ed: to part from solid support biXA 5,", tt ........ oil.*... I *tM ..
Carver 38 Prtzeword Pete 33Halbentein In the U. S. Senate race $SoetaaH Holland won a new term by the Negro areas (eg. LKI of !\ : vote rill I In precinct 1J, .'d you.tw.IM Itu* .d cwWnly'nr .'.. S
12 Weimer IC rolling ever Republican Claude R. Kirk 1111 votes to Mil which Is heavily Negro, and I Iran! support of white voters In e
I la the only contested election In Alarnua County, Incumbent areas which went more strongly Republican four yean ago.
vetw nd nnulllGoiMtviM
OITllON-U MOVIES-U Supervisor of Registration Mrs. Alma Bethea received UJU vote. The rural white rote added I la i the Gainesville showing to de- '* Saw Wont M h '
tV LOGS-1B AREA NE"tIB of whir 1,171 were on the absentee baflola. Her write-in m.1Jncet, liter the county. your bm buy.'Daddy .

_. Tray Wakefield. was credited wills I.T4 vote, sew of which cam (See ELECTION .. Pile JA


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PEOPLE in the NEWS *,

( File Presidential Vote U.S. Holding Weather Roundup

f Briefly.pI. (Answer On .. r '5 Up Funds r

k I.
Sewer Suit ;. ,
1. f For the UNBy
1. Waldo : *< *
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A group of builders who I 2. LaCrosse us 172 ZONES

claim the city owes them more 259 148 LEWIS CLUCK A Partly cloudy oM ...11' III......
3. Alachua
I than 428 329 WASHINGTON (AP) The tolurdoy. Law lonlaM" .. ta M. Minn VIaotvrdiy
I $450,000 and who are defendants 4. Kirby Smith State confirmed 70 I* 12 Varloola mailly f]
In a suit filed by the 357 430 I Department Mrtnml wlndi I tt II mlln an hour.St .
i 5. J. J.
Finley Saturday that the United StatesIs *' .
I 883 e94 I eacomlna par Cloudy lunday.HloK
city an contending that It Is 5. TIM. wind, I taU
a legitimate public for Newberry 320 21.I holding up its fund pledgesfor ...i ito oppar par .....,.
purpose 7. Sidney Lanier jjj the United Nations technical :::
the city to rebate to them the t. Hawthorne assistance until It sees C D; partly
:304 178 I program '
coat of building and i
sanitary 9. Island Grove 48 sa what happens In the big fight cloudy Sunday High upper oo '
storm iew n. 70s. Variable winds 5 to 15
10.Micanopy shaping up over U.N. dues.
121 I
The builders Friday filed an I 11.:Archer '; miles per hour.
| 268 17 I The Soviet Union has refused
answer to a suit Initiated by 1 12. '
Stephen Foster 1 .
\ 824 787 to pay that portion of U.N. assessments e F M Fair tnrouan' SundayHlg H -'
City Ally. Osee Fagan Aug. 31. 13. ..
School Administration low Nonnoait ondaatt wind*
The city In bringing the suit 14. Melrose Bldg. 1052 201 I reflecting costs for I .. II mow par .....,. ... _
u I U.N. peace-keeping operations: O. Fair, Mm_ Ivndayi Hlah anvna .
asked the 8th Judicial Circuit IS. Rochelle Oft which the Soviets opposed.I II _...... .... ..".. ..Iod.. .. U.. ,.
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Court to clarify its responsibil 1 5. Girl Scout '"' 00 eIInp.P,05r' 0'
Hut taiPe
ego 35 Under article 19 of the U.N. ....... "
ity. 17.1 Gainesville Ji Fair ItirauoJi MIoJi It -
High 254 354 I charter members falling more ,.,,
No' and Nn windi s it u GAINESVILLE WEATHER
Fagan said that more than 1 8. Arredondo uo 120, than two years behind In their sill" ,... 0,0,.
15 local builders have claims 19. Orange His lose their rou ": ? WEATHER
standing for $195,000 In storm 20. High Springs 59 38 I dues are supposed to N: : ,: ::. :i's: M li Municipal Airport readings
284 ,vote In the General Assembly. ..
289 .....
pq for Saturday II
sewer rebates and $268,500 for 21. High Springs : 268 Under this rule the Soviets ; High. at InMPalATUlaS
sanitary sewer rebatei. 22. Campville I ? ILaiwosas p. .. low 50 at 6 a.m. No
49 19 stand to lose their vote in the wino, .ow P'wP.,
Fagan said the present city 23. P. K. Yonge session next month. JOso.iiIs 77" rain.MI. .
522 W0 beginning ,...., 71 71 ALMANAC
commissioners do not want to 24. Westwood School 532 801 The United States is by far T........ 11... auwo Mo-V 5 37 on..
Allot 71.
stand behind a policy adoped 25. Buchhols 177 320; the largest contributor of fundsto 04w 0.,.... 7S 05 .21 u..w lunrlM _....Igh'now "tnii i SI .on....
adopted In 1955 and revised In 2!6. LIttlewood 558 860 the world organization. Now 100'..York 02"" 0' 'NOMIN'NTITANI Pint Qu...., . Pd,.. II

1901, providing city rebates to '27. Recreation Center 305 377 Immediately Involved In the WilmingtonCnkago ;: d 17 Dlgll, rlNtAltilr 5 II ''''.
developers who put in sewer 2 8. Voting Machine What wilt-andsM tactic Is the expanded Konui city as .Ie I''h liOn n
821 390 ,., PP :: Hrlui i .;t._ :..:.. on
facilities. 'o.nuwara ounop ggg U22 U.N. technical asslstince Pt.no.wow 71.4 AI ,Mr'n. Klgll vtrftCSDA '' .l':'' an'
Defendants Include 30. Lake Forest fund. A conference of the Los ae nay TIDlumtey
many 543 469 $ tIng"H High M ass 'n' d a
the most prominent builders In 31.Florida Union 021 397 technical assistance organization .17..n, Low .. d5 on ':M 25pmp.

the Gainesville area, and concern 32. St. Michael's Church 187 171 has been scheduled for Nov.

developments all over the TOTALS: 13481 JU71 18, and the United States had

Seek Miss World TitleFour city.Some of the unpaid claim Governor Vote been$24 minion expected of the to total pledge$60 some million eb tuar t5

go back several years at least: budget for the International

!Minn World contestants pone in swlmsulls at one to 1951.Answers operation In 1965.

,.-lie Lyceum Ballroom In London. From left are Miaa filed were by Dave r IP In explaining why the United III .0,1k..oloo. "'''....,.. whu uvailoOlo, aliP 01 POund Unci., PsnoaI Notion
Korea. Eul.Sook Youn. 23 Emmer Lincoln tales will not make a money 101I"I
; Mia USA. Jeanne Quinn Eitates Inc. i
20, of East Meadow. L. I.. N. Y. a atudent at Hofatra First National Bank of Gainesville commitment at the Nov. 15 JOHN WILLIAMS vllle; sister, Mrs. Lenora Ang

Unlver;>lty, Hempstead N. Y.; MIllS France Jacqueline Hugh C. Edwards, Edwin 1. Waldo meeting a State Department I John Williams, 503 SW 4th rln, and brother, Walter Johnson
Gavraud, 18, and MM! New Zealand Kiwi Lynda W. and Alvfra Scantle- 2. LaCrosse 204 121 statement : both Gainesville.
194 "The U.N. Is facing Ave., died Wednesday at his I
82 now some
.Crulck hank
21. The contest begins this week. bury Hershel llaynes, S. M. 1 Alachua IRA HUNTER
and 390 Ill Important issues which bear home after a short Illness.
Wall W. A. Shands. ill
renesented 1. Kirby Smith ..j..t. ..,,.o. ,directly on the future development !
He native of Alachua
by attorney J. Lance 5. J. Finley its was a ALACHUA-Ira Dolph Hunter
of the and
490 organization
Lazonby; and Fortunada Inc,' 598 53, of Rt. 2 died
PHOENIX 8.Newberry County. Saturday a
Rrlz. AP
( ) :304 133 programs. Most crucial of
Defeated Republican S. Clark Butler, William H. 7. SldneyLanler Surviving are his widow, Savannah his home here.
presidential 491 269 ourse, is the problem of main-
nominee Butler and Palm View Estates Hawthorne children Oliver Mose Hunter, a farmer was a na
Barry Coldwater 234 125 taining the U.N.'s constitutional ; ,
has won his home state by 4,859 Inc., represented by attorney 9. Island Grove 89 31 and fiscal Integrity. and Johnnie Williams, all New live of LaCrosse and a lifetime

votes. J. R. Lowry. 10. Micanopy nt 108 "The United States naturally York City, and Rubin, Gaines- resident of Alachua Coun

The counting of absentee bal I Lazonby argued that no con- 11.Archer 223 95 refers to make Its decisions Iy.

lots In the state was completed tltutlonal, statutory or char- 12. Stephen Foster (84 576' about next year's programs Surviving are his mother

Saturday, and showed Cold-tar provisions are Involved, 13. School Administration Bldg. 413 157 after these constitutional issuei Pet Lion Mrs. Florence Howard Hun ter

water with 242.443 votes and and said the city Is bound to 114. Melrose u 83; Ira resolved." and sister, Mrs. Evelyn Stokes

Johnson with 237,514. pay the rebates. He said the 15. Rochelle 59 45 both Alachua.!

rebate policy served a public 18. Girl Scout Kills
Arizona has five electors Hut 41S 395! Wore About BabyQUEBEC
votes. I purpose. 17. Gainesville, Hir/h JIG see Heart Attack

I Lowry argued that the question 18. Arrendondo 120 102: (AP-Police Saturday -

JUSTICE of the city's obligation was 19. Orange His. u 24 RedsFrom shot to death a pet lion that Talk Is Given
not a Issue to before 20. High Springs
proper put 317 138 .
had clawed
and killed
BRADENTON, Fla. AP) the courts. He said the 21. High Springs 194 113 a baby A demon stratlon
of tIns
Wilson T. Turner, 37, was sentenced whole question la simply that 22. Campville 40 Page 1 girl.The
;9 crippling effects of a heart
Friday to five years I bt of a contract 23. P. K. Vonge victim clawed to death

prison for the hit-run traffic Fagan raised questions 24. Westwood School 406 549 u.s. Ambassador Foy D. Kohler Friday night was Manon Tan- attack and treatment was presented
on 402
death of a boy-his own 12-year constitutional, statute and 25. Buchholl 503 apparently to often the effect guay[ 3-month.old daughter o' by two doctors Frida)
city 339
280( to the
old Mr. and Mrs. Alachua County
son charter grounds.i'Iore 28. LIttlewood 419 of the defense minister's re Jean-Paul Tan. Societj

Turner pleaded guilty before 27, Recreation Centei 320 249 599! marks. guay of suburban Sillery. for Crippled Children and Adults .

Circuit Court Judge Robert ,28. Voting Machine V bs,. 459 267 "We are not threatening any. The parents live In a house .

Hensley to charges of man AboutStorms 29. Howard Bishop 924 844 ,one," Mallnovsky said. "We owned by Georges Baker, who Dr. M. W. Buck speech

slaughter and leaving the seen, 30. Lake Forest 490 290 shall not do as the US. Defense kept; the 135-pound lion. The pathologist at the University ol

of an accident. H. was arrested 31. Florida Union 338 419 secretary who threatens to Tanguays have a basement Florida and Richard ;.chmidt:

while hiding! In the attic of bin 32. St. Michael's Churc ng 164< destroy the Soviet Union at any apartment below the Bakers. neurologist, gave the program.III.

house TOTALS moment Mrs. Baker
10474 1595 was minding
The boy, Randy was struc From Page 1 In a statement) n to the.u_ US._ .__ the baby while her Barents were

as he rode his bicycle home More About Democratic party's Platform out, police said. At about 10:30m.

from school last Sept. 10. Turner major hurricane only once every Committee last Aug. 17, Me- >. she went to check the infant

told officers he did not know four years. Namara In discussing military and found her being

the victim was his own ion. "Dorms ((1960)) was the list one Election strength said U.S. strategic mauled by the 4-month-old lion

hItting Florida to qualify as a forces are "sufficient to insure The baby was dead on arrival

SURVIVESPARIS major hurricane, which means the destruction of both the So.viet at a hospital I I IIAADON DAISY M. ,...,.1| Mr.
sustained winds of From i Union and Communist Chi.na ten. for Mn. Irwdon, 10' ... "".,,.
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(AP-An) year-old 135 miles an Page Baker was convicted Oct. 14 >ft, will' M cold, a, 10'M < m. Mm
hour and central i, under the do. No* p, .) J-JoIInlOn .
girl who police said Jumped pressure of 28.2 worst Imaginable of having In his possession "an ittwl wino In. Tiwnw Fund
I Precinct 13 e Mitciwil
Inches or lower. was Johnson's best checked and certified circumstances MMiwr,
by the accompanying FinS
animal MtthodiM
f from the Eiffel Tower constituting owed eon
was reported a public .
I showing. Goldwater's best was board. the i outbreak of Jutllna lh Mrvlcn. eurlcl, will to M
(J.mVclor Leopold Sloe "We did not war. nuisance" Hill,..
rate He
the '
recovering in a hospital any of was fined $20 Mtmorld Fir! Aden in, dl
precinct in
kowikl veteran of three hurricane of northeast Game I Members of Mallnovsky concluded his and tllKI of Jon, J.Hn, ,, Fund
many concerto Saturday 1984 as maor yule where he the canvassing was ordered to get rid of Horn,, aniwwlllt. Florid' ,, Mr,. ..
In the famed music hall, The shock of her 175-foot fall although Cleo and Dora did received 1,122 board are the supervisor of marks with assurances of the lion, a female. 0,., ..Oo liVId o. ItO N w. ISO Tor*
votes to Johnson's O"vlll.
pones at the rostrum of Car. was reduced because she land. not miss It hv much." 189. registration', chairman nt th. army loyalty to the Soviet Com.- .... .. .... '.-. Pp.50. -....__,._dl" N.n",.._--.,.
aegis Hall: Friday after ed on the roof of a car parked One predominant factor In de- The county canvassing board I county commission((G. M. Davis : munlst party. It was the first

ceremonies In which the at the foot of the tower ermlnlng the tracks of the 1M4! began counting returns Wednesday -, ) and county Judge ((8. H.such public sssurance since PropellersSeverely celLos, MR HANDY Pwaral ...,

building) was deslgnsled a national The girl's name was not disclosed hurrIcanes was the Bermuda morning, and finished the McDonald). ezhnev and Xosygin succeedNlkita .,Icoi. M tar. an Mr.lunday cnilm,will N..bo...."nid",, I at. tloi III
hhtorlc landmark. High In the Atlantic It watrong unofficial total Friday night u- Mrs. Bethea said she ed Khrushchev. Injure I PinS Morning ..., pint Churel

this year and lay near the cept for 13 proposed constlttlonsl -the returns can be certified hopes Brezhnev toasted Soviet military WItS to'. forvtcai Rov Adam..,Cromwoll,:,, so| to eenducti In Rut",

NOT OLD coast. Hurricanes are repulsedby amendments. Results will Tuesday. forces. He said they are Alabama lM Duncan" Comalorf erothorl on'., m,.dlrKllon a
Youth Mortician.ARII
not be delcared official until defending all Communist countrieu.
high and re- -
pressure Cleo Dora
I Comedian Jack Benny, gu<*st Here Is the final vote cast MR WALTSR N Fun.r,
:Violinist shell and Hilda unable to. turn For PENSACOLA orvleai for M,. Wntor .
N Farli
at a concert In Seattle unopposed (
candidates in the AP-Ralph)
There bad W I W M.
northward barreled been suggestions 11M N. W Um A... will k
''Mid' Friday his Itinerary would Into thecoast. Blaze Tuesday election with numberof Callahan! Jr., 24, son of the ex ho'd' II 515 ,No. en p.Mop. N..,",
Hits early last when Khrushchev ..
summer a
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ecutive iN. M '111111. .. CPnO
him Portland absentee editor
take to Ore., Salt Dora followed track ballots In parenthesis was engaged in violent of the Anniston II ..111I on, Them" Clown con
Lake City and Oakland Call a no other : (Ala.) esti"a to. MtvlcM. Orivoilllt' lory
hurrIcane has taken in recorded House argument with China, that the Star was In criticsl]I io will ... n'4na 'No. on Anlnont
I' was"supposed to go to FlorUa ilstory.. She roared straight off Here U. S. Congress, D. R. Billy Soviet Union might not come toChlnl'l condition Saturday after he i Ctmotofy IKmi-Tlioffln un tr Funoril ttio ,tlroctlon. II wit
too, Benny said, "but I Matthews 14911 ((1,102). aid in walked Into the Hen
the Atlantic Into northeast FlorIda ) Flor- case of war with propeller of I I
changed my mind." Then he Fire ef unknown origin heavIly -da Supreme Court Justices the United Statel.r small plane. UMTeH tew ,, IM,. DOL>N >_.1 l MX
an it
area never before hit M Mwuor,
added: "If "once de Leoncuuldn't itamiffmi 1 frame ho... oP B. K. Roberts. 10.M4 Authorities I ..I Ion ..m. M .1 1'N M Mi,
head-on (934)) E at. th. n. .i. M Monday. NovomM
by a storm of hurricane __. .I.. .
find It, tile :iiell with It." Scale EdwardsARRESTED 823 NW 3rd e.-S tiirdhi; : Harris Drew 10,138 (922j"aciI ;; port said --- .u. ,, n10'"'' ip.o. a, Antici, a..."i.. C.eI
force ) r !lore About young Callahan ar ., en W. H. 5ddy end .... A J
The blaze Richard Ervin rived I. ,ndila. .... .""c... 1.,1
11J19 at
caused the
One cheerful about (Mil.)
TOP TUNES note tor Florida $2.000 I northwest Florida I "'III bo In Antlocll comoltry undor UK
In this windy year was that Its damage to the structure, a lire Judge district court of appeal, fishing community Friday with "oma Jlrocllon, M Wllllami 110m" Fwifrl

I I Country music's No. 1 song TIle FBI arreilrd twe white storm-proof building code stood department spokesman said John T, Wlgglnton. 10.203 ((913)). Blind a group of fellow students from

writer, Bill Anderson, still Insists. Mlulislppl men Friday in the test of the tropical cyclone. Flames started at the west aide: Judge, Ito Judicial circuit court the University of Alabama to WILLIAMs.." ," *,Mil. Wllinma JOHN will'....to.rlt now wr r.

"I don't know anything connection with the slaying ef Three hurricanes brought only a of the front room, and spread. J. C. Adklna Jr., 12.UC (994). spend the weekend. 51 I .N IM4 FM, M Wodnomar NovomMr..

about music," but the awards two MeadvUle Negroes wbote single death In the state a Two pumper trucks responded I Ito State Cabinet Tom Adams, From Page 1 Shortly after the plane landed a.. T. at A.OgncM,5tp" erao.nnductIte COnS w tn t

-keep pouring In. badly drcompontd tern eec drowning. Two drowned off the the alarm at 109 p.m., returning secretary of state. 12(3S (I.--their hands." Callahan stepped into the path, .Io'.Icn.... Cent. '."..., vndor nit ".ta In"cdracllopl" ...

At the Grand Ole Opry's 39th were found la a muddy Mleilinlppl Florida Keys when high seas to stations about 9pm. 017)); Ray Green comptroller I of the still turning propeileriHe of DIMCM. a' Morttclara.. N,. WK

Jbl!!!thdny celebration which end- River ill shoot earlier swamped a shrimp boat. I The structure was owned and 12,521 ((1,002); Doyle Connor, The other brothers, -year-old i was given emergency Non wniiami llvod w..M o MI vtMran IW am a) world A.... wii Hi

-ed Saturday night In Nashville. this summer The twe are Thirty-seven died during the occupied by A. T. Tomlin.I commissioner of agriculture. Giuseppe, 11-year-old Gioacchl- st a hospItal treatmen: t nil FrlMidi'... will oo rocolv. .4 ot 111" Sit..
and WMnowoy
iJft II sonWHIuese "
ZTcnn: ., Anderson picked up five James S.a'e.' zl, aad Charles year In Loulslsna, three In Virginia 12.541 (974)); J. Edwin Larson no and 3-year-old Carmelo,, sped hospital then I F
jnore country music "Oscars," Rdwardi, 31. and one In GeorgiaOn I stale treasurer, 11138 ((974)); nodded In agreement when Lao about 45 miles to II the Pensaeola. Mrvkn tor Man.Mra. VVKUMor MAia: will Fuiwr M
the Islands of the Clrlbbe.n Want A Live Earl Falrcloth. 10 or Calogero spoke, but the west. hold' It. oe >M. an Monday No-
-the Broadcast Music foe attorney gener ) A spokesman ._.... .. ..... "Dune... Srat.
jwardi given for country tunes 153 are known to havebeen ? al. 12.347 ((900)), Tom Bailey were shy about talking. Baptist at Pl'nsacoll! COon nit F/H. W. .. WIt,,. '
Porpoise superintendent The brothers I Hospital said the dIdtlo. na wrvl killed of were brought stu
by aging wind and public instruction ,
nhat hit the top ten and have awel'k dents right "w "dirottion at Ouncaii .rn
3 stay among the 15 lead4ng tide. Probably many other Snap a Photo 11.(97 ((992)) Public utilities I hers Friday by their mother! and he suffered forearm was leered ,- "til Mnitcin'NW m.. FlKO.kn No,.,. W""..... And H
e'nmmio.Inn.p Fitwin L Mi. and father. Gaetano and GrnlJl severe lao-
deaths .__nn.. '
aongs. were .unreported, par 10,171 (9391--: "'" Rotolo from their I erations about the .far.. I rNITL. ........- .-.-......... -_ ......._...._.._.. _..
in Uie ) home --- -
.. ucuiany newscensoreddictatorships I I TALLAHASSEE vlllagi ...
Making the pilgrimage to this (tAP) Four ., Mn. WIll'". aga 0. O.Nn'"..
country music Mecca were Jim- of Cuba and Haiti. prize winners will receive a live Eighth circuit state attorney, of Campobelb dl LIcata, near WHIbo Novomoor Hold.. t5 at u of 1 M Mt F M eomol. an .e..."wmurell .
trained In T. E. Duncan ll.TTf ((9(4)) Public Caltanlssetta. to see Rome and MaylttIlhOlt C.. wild _
Tny Dean, Roger Miller Johnny porpoise the Florida Ro> IIMnoa eonoVOlna
*> ...
Pope Paul VI. .tceo. eurlal will, M In O'l 6olJryyv
defender Robert A. Green
Cull and Burl "Happy Snapshot" contest. _
Ives. It wss only ir Air Crash *. diroetian al MuonJ -
(drive In from the suburbs for The first four winners win Jr., 11.207 ((950)). State legislature The boys looked over the U. N. Payment ?"-M-!oo",,."*,"'*"..*...wmi dlod'''OtroHar w'a Hvod 21.

Eddy Arnold. Roy Acuff Marty have the option of taking 11.000 Ralph D. Turlington, 12- crumbling magnificence of the HOd.0 ..n' '-'''' III....
if they decide against the 267 (1,021) County Judge. John Colosseum with surprise. UNITED 10. WIll" wo. sam an A...rt 1. HI
Hhbblns, Hank Snow Ernest In Labrador per- NATIONS, N.Y. In --. Fir' s.d 1 050 _.
... Tubt, Faron Young, Chet Atkins poise. I.. Connetl, 11.107 <(<(930)) "Look! Look Giacchino," (API The United Stales tat If.11 110'!lor'II_i,.. M.an.uw.. WIts c,_W.. 0 e0""
Florida Clerk of circuit
Development Commission court James exclaimed
and Minnie Pearl Giuseppe. "Look how indicated It -
DOVER, DeL f AP) A C1J3Targomaster i Chairman Wendell Jarrard B. Carmichael, 11,811 (974)). Tax this city Is an broken up." contributions may withhold voluntary -

with seven crew said Frank ssessor J. Pierce to UN. pro- '
KED MEET Noel Pulitzer Prize- Smith. 11947 grams at a Nov. Gainesville Sun
members aboard crashed on winning Associated Press Photographer I 979)). Tax collector. Shellie Me- because H conference

.. Rd Chinese Premier Chou takeoff from Goose Bay Air[ of Tallahassee David ,KInney 11,904 (1,029)) Cubans Hunt refusal to of the Soviet Union' PubO0wd, .....",.' 'Korarurdoy

En-Lai heard address by the Force Base Labrador. at a> Robinson. .nrMkfent of BrvMa County' aherlff. JM Oviu- dues. -PlY. Its- "IPJI..I'----1. __,;j and Sunday nW"B -

'r -I new party leader proximately 4 pm. Eastern Color Lab In Tampa Robert: 13,800 <(1.050)< County supertaxtendenl For Bottles by Phi Gointtvllr M-

LeonidB Standard Time Saturday Dover More land, St. Petersburg Times I of public Instruction. W. The United States already! has I 211.I'"""J'I Company of lOt Sf
< r II hnev at Carl Thomtoa, city AFB reported.A chief photographer and Dennis I (Tiny) Talbot 12$3 (1.017) MIAMI Fla. (AP Havana vo.ed to strip the Soviets 01 end dntcrtd at Mcondr donS

i Friday's meetIng ef Santa Ana Calif.manager spokesman at Dover said Hallinto. Cypress Gardens chief County commissioners Claude Radio says members of Castro their vote under a provision 0' **' .t m" foot OHU etCUCUUTION

of worldCommuniuts 11 .. M polkemea, .fai ale, says city "No Information regarding essualtles ;photographer: win Judge the contest Brandon 10,928 (93): ): Edgar Cuba's revolutionary defense the U.N. CIIarter when the Ceo- Gaj"-I FIartda,

1 In have bea naklag "defam Is available at this Leo Johnson. 10,177 ((907), and committees have a new Job- erll| Auembly convenes Dee 1. SAUl irCAiaiu

I Moscow. Chou atory seer e tin. attacks* time. I||I The four photography experts Sidney; Martin, 10.U8 ($94). collecting wine and whiskey Sources ucontend,s J'.t.. .L. _. 01 MAlL
He said the plane crashed win spend several School board bottles to meet the to ; ;; -, I Wart .U
days Judging members WU- ChrIstmas hold
cast chill :
a on against mea la the asnua .1 ... .
eVparlmeil. |5 15
while a routine pkJg Is
on mission
the for the entries. The winners will be lam E. Williams, 1(332 ((171) I demand. ,apparently at
. proceedings perdoilarlT aga las I Military Air Transport Service. announced further attempt 10 Ac ,.,
Nov. 11 and ptiOI'e enon
|j Jaiper N. Joiner, 10.521 The defense committees rorte the
by paying horn Chief Edward J. Alke. He kaierdered with Soviet t.1I be
The aircraft OIto 11II14 .
:. was en route toSoodrestront In addition to the porpoise 111.) County 1 Ishare pa, III III edvoxcemtMT
w surveyor Perry a member In
OKM age/ at the a. Invtstlfitfea .lute Air each block of 01 peacekeeping Of AId. SJurWU III
grave of Joseph Stalin. Chou did the diisMenl efflrers wbe; heuys land. Base In CI'fm-I the money first prize Includes alour'year c. McCrlff. 11.171 <<1881.< >. Judge householder, distribute food!I Congo Ind the M uldle ill the 1 O'Cvd.e'-'. -
I{ scholarship fat oceanography court o( record, Ira J. Carter and clothing ration cards tasl ThfISoylela :: -... .
;; arjpjaud/ when Brezhnev said all raliKMealally Belong to-' Dover said a board of officers andre the -- ..-.-
: Communists have one goal. the John Birch at Florida Slate Univer'uuty. list (113)>. County solicitor, A pert counlerrnolutlonal'7IC :1fmut Wmtern opel'lllons c : ::
Society. I u being sent to the scene. I domlllince 'ncse :: : .
.-- Z. Adklna Jr.. 11,883 (934) : YIf1 to the authorities. |the areat 01 S son.. r- .so
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I f Veterans Day to Be Noted I

Day will be observed dead and the Rev William Shea willIS ISEEby ICI

at 10.45 I.m. Wednesday it M. D Wade Sr post adjutant color guard and fire i salute .

the northwest corner of court' quartermaster of the VFU followed by playing of taps

house square In Gainesville. department of Florida will give sen-ior the SUN rraoAllTr
The Veterans
Foreign Wars introductory remarks ,

Post 2811 and the Haisley-Lynch Stale Rep. Ralph Turlington(County asked businessmen and ,II II
der control.
American homeowners to put out flags in
Legion post ire and the Rev. William Shea will '
sponsoring the observance to speak.A observance of the occasion. Accident Roundup Louis Tehodore Nleland 411NE ,,

pay tribute to American war detachment of the Unlver Involved In accidents report. 3rd Ave., and James Robert

--.-- 2 UF Students ed by the Gainesville police de. Brooker Jr., Rt 3 Box 616 at
I' : t partment and the Alachua County 3:26 p.m. Friday at N. Main St.

To Get Award*; sheriff office during the'and 33rd Ave Nieland cited for'

I past 36 hours were: passing at an intersection t ,

Cash awards were given two Robert Acosta, 806 NE 2nd causing accident i #

University of Florida graduate St.. and Floyd C. Denny 5022 Jesse McMillan 1523 NE 3rd''

.MtlI/iftI students at a banquet Thursday NW 29th Ave. 1:42: pm.Satur. Ave., and William H. MeV e y '

Keith Baker 2423 NE 2nd, day it 100 SE 2nd Ave. Jr., 109 SE 4th Ave. at 11:27:

.. Ave., was given an award for I James P Parker parked at a.m. Friday at 100 SE 4th Ave :I I

outstanding graduate 11 a thing 1603 SE 2nd Place, and Inell r. McMillan cited for careless

4 Cycle Automatic Washer Leland A. McGhan 3528 NW I'Patrick, 703 SW 5th St., at 12:25 ,driving. ,,

13th Av.., won his award Isl''p.m. Saturday, parking lot It Jack Carlisle 283) NE llth.
CYCLES ,outstanding accounting graume < -600 SW 2nd Ave. Dr.. parked, and Jessie R

Fully Automatic I Arnold N. Tenney 5080 New Rutledge, 538 SW 8th Ave. >.34a

The cash awards are give! by,berry Rd., and Lorene K. Epps, .m. Friday near the new Vet. ,
Tub '
the Jacksonville accounting firm 1811 NW 11th Rd., at 10.23 a.m. erans Administration hospital
Water Level Control of Haskins & Sells. Saturday at 700 N. !Main St. James J. Witte, Lake Worth | Shop

Model Curtis Ralph Newsome parked Fla.. hit I speed sign, at 7:08': '

Water Temperature A 100 at 540 NE 2nd Ave., and a.m. Friday at 1900 NW 13th St
Selector Best Start /
hit-and.run vehicle, it 9 i.m. Fire Talk P.M.I.

Giant Sued Tub At I>ginning Saturday I At 2:38: a m., Saturday burn- '
Robert Spencer teaman 1930
Ing canvass at University of
Safety Lid Switch
NW 3rd Ave., and George
NEW RICHMOND Win (API Florida football practice field. I
Gregory Booze, 1423 NW 6th
RUSTPROOFCABINET Seven.year-old Kirk LIndell At 12:28: I m. Saturday false
Ave., 7:39: p m. Friday in a
asked his father at breakfast alarm at NW 12th St. and 5th
parking lot at 1300 NW 5th Ave.
Thursday how to begin a politi- Ave
Mitsuo Kozura 1716 NW 2nd
Your Choice of Credit Plans cal career. Ave., and Dale Frederick Gus- At 1047: pm., Friday false
Start with a local office, such! tin, 923 NE 3rd Ave., 7:15: p.m. alarm at 3rd St. and E. University : \ .

The VARIETY STOREON as dogcatcher replied Dr A.L. Friday at W. University Ave. Ave. y.tII .
Lindell. and 6th St. Kozura cited for failure At 5 08 p.m. Friday, 121 SW
The untila of mak- 22nd St., smoke bomb in auto
subject was dropped to yield right way
THI SQUARI At 4,43 p.m. Friday, false
homecoming parade for Gov ing left turn.Samuel I Noer
7 $.E. lit Ave. FR 6-5348 I elect Warren Knowles Thursday Marvin Daniels 830 alarm at MO NE 251 h St

: .. i>> OPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG night, when the boy asked: NW 7th Ave., hit a M..rI... aaelk.INM .'., t I EASE try
I how Darlene Huth ..
"Dad Mr. W.
long was pedestrlan'j Rene Milton Immom. ,.. Oolnotvlllo. -
Knowles dog catcher?" T rr., at 4:05: !mmo J.... '10...... It Oonoivlllo. EXTRA 1
.p.m.. Owo L... ... Jon l. H, OoHwtv, *. + t j .
Main St and 2nd Place. Daniels Ih..... luionno '."" .rd!. II, OolnooIII LARGE i

I You Are Invited To Attend The cited for failure to yield rightof Don*. MIcKM G._. 5, Oolnnvlllo. -. CAPACITY Beyer luxvdevd
way to pedestrian making loft 4ionn May O rl. K .,.... no.CnriMooftor ---- .
... I FREE FIRST SESSION ito turn. Darelene Huth not admitted Itoeflonlo Jomoi. Morlol Folm Xiion. ... It H Fotriburi ItPttorilNirt .. -- ACRILAN SHIRT

to a hospital. I ,
',: be held at Palm Lanes Oakley Earl Saylor 4622 SW .II J.iu o, TKolmo Jomoi Moss Wlmborly' Jont'm,M M G.I aolnooIt. ,_- u. H4a 2for$3 ,

2606 Waldo Road 47th Way and Ronetta D. Tuel!, ., :4 t tt
Mount Tin M OolnMvlllo.' Loonoroono ; Acrilan Acrylfoiihlrtj
1115 NW 8th St., at 5:32: pm. DI Folk, 'II, 'OOIWMIOInooord : i'
toon Volldln 54, G.,...." ... f colon 31CCORDUROY
TUES. 7 100 NW 22nd St. ;
p.m. A...... Juno H."ton. .,. 0".1I1t.
Joseph Johnson Doyle Doc.tor' Jomtt Hubort Colon. 14 Golnotvl. r
November 10, 1964 Him ,lot,., towyor, II OonoivlloWtOOtNTY Low > ?
1 Inlet, cited for careless E

driving after accident 3:43 p.m. O DEVELOP CONFIDENCE Friday at 300 NW 39th Ave. Po- JI<* CompMII Moy to Hgh M. PINK PRICE! ,
Increase Poise said swerved hit.I 45a .II.e North \It of.tot.... I .ol. Konr. i
end Confidence lice Doyle Add tun to City/ ot .11. 1100.Kothryn I
Speak T. ...... ond hwltMnd toTHomoi A w .
Effectively I ting railroad crossing sign, to L. M.,_ ond 4lIN 40 ol Tapered leg ifdJt
Remember Names DALI I avoid hitting train. tmond Court Maw. III.100Ulllon |\ 4 colon; ci-18

Think and Speak on Your Feet CARNEGII I Estes Lee Perry, 1325 NE 9th WIN, Lot Jtttoro I Homplon to Androw Mo J.,.,,,5rwn., III one so.Pur ] ?
Control Fear .... Inc.. to Jomn A4M 500
Worry St., and James Larry Weist,
.... ,".. L.11 0* Hgmond Court
Bi a Better Conversationalist Prtsf nled by f lor da Inst tut., Inc ,2214 NE Sth St., at 359 pm. Manor. 114.100.P.nck
Develop Your F. Ciroontor and w1N I OuUtamdiKf' faluiil Ifw cktlei tf
Hidden Abilities For Add tloool Infnmotonthen. / Friday at NW 6th St. and 23rd ulo M Hitbor! lot II ol Ann" T...
m-3311 Blvd. Weist given juvenile tick 10. 51 I.100. '
Calvin Walker, A ,oc att Sponsor Unlvoriltylirt, i.IK' Inc. to Dov" III PLASTIC HOUSEWARESi
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"ti 'Builders File Presidential Vote U.S. HoldingUp I Weather Roundup t

[Answer On Funds

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1. Waldo Ml 172 ZONESA
A of builders who GIXICK
group 2. LaCrosse By LEWIS
I 259 148 Portly cloudy on* mild IhrouoAloturdoy.
claim the city owes them more 3. Alachua 421 WASHINGTON (AP) The Lew toniaM M M ... High
I toturdoy 74 to II. Vorlobio mottiynorttioott
than $450,000 and who are defendants 4. Kirby Smith 357 430 State Department confirmed win*. S M II mlM on hour.Si e
In a suit filed by the 5. J. J. Finley 683 694 Saturday that the United StatesIs iocomlno portly cloudy tundoy.Mlgft C ..L
city are contending that It Is fund uppor rot VorliMo wlnd S toII
1. Newberry 320 211 holding up its pledges mllm por hour.
a legitimate public purpose for 7. Sidney Lanier 846 383 for the United Nations technical g I.79s.ariableWind55 .
the city to rebate to them the 1. Hawthorne 304 178 II assistance program until it sees C D: Becoming partly ,

cost of building sanitary and t. Island Grove < 48 55 what happens in the big fight cloudy Sunday. High to upper U '

,storm sewws. 10. Micanoov. ,_ *O 13g I,shaping up over U.N. dues.

The builders Friday filed an 11. Archer ::1.: 266 174 The Soviet Union has refused miles -per hour. ..-,. ..

answer to a suit Initiated by 11 Stephen Foster <$ '1' 624 767 to pay that portion of U.N. assessments I PI H r fair through SundoyHigh H :
saL Northooil and ala) wlixdI ,
City Atty. Osee Fagan Aug. 31 13. School Administration Bldg 1052 201 reflecting costs for lo II low mltoo par "Hour. -- __ .
The city, In bringing the suit 14. Melrose fa oj UN. peace-keeping operations 0. Fllr through Sondoyi Mich. oroondW -
asked the 8th Judicial Circuit 15. Rochelle 89 66 which the Soviets opposed. Northnit, aid ..., winds I to 1Ji '. ,

Court to clarify its responsibility. -16. Girl Scout Hut 690 356 Under article 19 of the U.N. wrist pair? 110W.Ifirouoh .und.,. HloH nNorthooir r'- ,t5'-

17. Gainesville High 254 354 charter members falling more l"d wit winds I 10 IIXI GAINESVILLE WEATHER
Fagan said that more than Arredondo 160 120. than two years behind in their mi4I 0.' Poor, GAINESVILLE WEATHER

15 local builders have claims 19. Orange His. "' i 59 38 dues are supposed to lose their Polr' ond through out..nd.wlndo,. I High' to MNorthooif 11mlloi Municipal Airport readings

standing for $195,000 in storm 20. High Springs / 284 289 vote In the General Assembly. por Hour. for Saturday: High Bl at 2

sewer rebates and $268,500 for 21. High Springs '-., 268 167 Under this rule the Soviets TlM""ATU"I 1L154155 pm., low 50 at 6'sjn. No

11 sanitary sewer rebates. 22. Campviile 49 19 stand to lose their vote In the I|, "Low"Proclp.Jnckionvllll rain. .. .

Fagan said the present city 23. P. K. Yonge 522 $40 session beginning next month. MlwnlTompo 71 ALMANAClunwt -

commissioners do not want to 24 Westwood School 532 601 The United States Is by far .,,,. 5 71 :: todiySunrlio tomorrowMoomot ,'. ",;: : r. ::rnall. .

stand behind a policy adoped 25. Buchholi 577 320 the largest contributor of funds :::,,OrS."n : :: .2t I Ouortor toolghtPIrrt ,: ":.:':::1(41PP.OMINCNT a,,,o-i;
adopted in 1955 and revised In 26. Llttlewood ge 660 to the world organization. N YvO :: ; STAO.IRlgol

19(1 providing city rebates to 27. Recreation Center 305 377 Immediately Involved In thewaltand.sH WirtlnglorlChkogo 5 ,, rlM'i ,.,... ,,, '" 1Jlrlu I IAltolr U '''':
developers who put In sewer 28. Voting Machine Wits 821 390 tactic Is the expanded DonvorPI Konoio City i a :: .11 ,, :,ooutlioiol : ::::. I IAldoboron :. :::::

facilities 29. Howard Bishop 889 1122 U.N. technical assistance Worth .. hlgn ovorhood KIY DI:4 I IClOAPi am

Defendants Include many of 30. Lake Forest 3(3 469 fund. A conference of the Lot ooittlo AnoolH : ,171f3itttnti m Ivndoy Low_otlolom.High it I M ondtnFunon I m, mdt :

the most prominent builders In 31. Florida Union 528 397 technical assistance organization .

the Gainesville area, and concern 32. St. Michael's Church 167 178 has been scheduled for Nov.

developments all over the TOTALS 1J481 11171 16, and the United States had
been expected to pledge some
city. $24 million of the total $60 million (! t5
Seek Miss World TitleFour Some of the unpaid claims1 j' Governor Vote budget for the International

go back several years at least, operation In 1965.

Miss World contestants pone' In awlmnuiti at one to 1951.Answers In explaining why the United irnnstmtntt, wise lv.ll.6l., will bo found u...., 'unoril, Notion

....Ui. Lyceum Ballroom in London. From left arc Miss filed were by Dave r f States will not make a money ... ..- -

Korea, Eui-Sook Youn, 23; Miss USA, Jeanne Quinn, Emmer Lincoln Estates Inc., t commitment at the Nov. 16 JOHN WILLIAMSJohn vllle; sister, Mrs. Lenora Ang

20 of East Meadow. L. I., N. Y., a student at Hofitrat'nlverilty First National Bank of Gainesville meeting, a State Department rln, and brother, Walter Johnson

Hempstead, N. Y.; Miss France, Jacque. Hugh C. Edwards Edwin Waldo 204 121 statement said: Williams 503 SW 4th both Gainesville.,

line Gayraud, 18, and Mini New Zealand, Kiwi Lynda W. and Alvira Scantle- 2. LaCrosse 194 82 "The U.N. Is now facing some Ave., died Wednesday his

Crulckuhank, 21. The contest begins this week bury Hershel Haynes S. M. 3. Alachua 390 181 Important Issues which bear I home after a ahort Illness. IRA HUNTERALACHUAIra

Will and W. A. Shands all represented -, 4. Kirby Smith 431 274 directly on the future development He was a native of Alachua Dolph Hunter

WON ARIZ. by attorney J. Lance 5. J. J. Finley 490 598 of the organization and Its County. 53, of RL 2 died Saturday a
Lazonby; and Fortunada Inc., 8. Newberry 804 Most crucial of
PHOENIX Rrlz. (AP 133 programs. his home here.
Defeated Republican presidential -S. Clark Butler, William H. 7. Sidney Lanier 491 269 course, is the problem of maintaining Surviving are his widow Savannah Hunter a farmer was a na
Oliver Mose
Butler and Palm View Estates ; children ,
8. Hawthorne the U.N.'s constitutional
nominee Barry Coldwater; 236 125 live of LaCrosse and a lifetime
Inc., represented by attorney 9. Island Grove and fiscal integrity. and Johnnie Williams, all New
has won his home state by 4,159 69 31 Gaines'Pet resident of Alachua Coun
J. R. York City Rubin
votes. Lowry. 10. Mlcanopy 171 108 "The United States naturally ty.

The counting of absentee ballots -| Lazonby argued that no constitutional -Archer 223 15 prefers to make Its decisions Surviving are his mother

in the state was completed statutory or char 12. Stephen Foster 684 576 about next year's programs Lion Mrs. Florence Howard H u a ter

Saturday and showed Gold- ter provisions are involved, 13. School Administration Bldg. 463 157 after these constitutional issues and sister, Mrs. Evelyn Stokes

water with 242,443 votes and and said the city Is bound to 14 Melrose 85 63 are resolved." both Alachua.
pay the rebates. He said the 15. Rochelle 51 45
Johnson with 237,584. Kills
rebate policy served a public 16. Girl Scout Hut 411 395 }More About Baby
Arizona has five electoral{ 17. Heart Attack
purpose. Gainesville HIgh 269 285

votes Lowry argued that the question 18. Arrendondo 120 102 QUEBEC (AP-Police Saturday -

JUSTICE of the city's obligation was 19. Orlnge Hts. 81 24 RedsFrom shot to death pet lion that Talk Is Given

not a proper Issue to put before -20. High Springs 317 138 had clawed and killed a baby .
BRADENTON Fla. (AP) the courts. He said the 21. High Spring 198 113 gut demonstration of UK

Wilson T. Turner 37, was sentenced -whole question Is simply that 22. Clmpvllle 40 923.P.K.Yonge Page 1 The victim clawed to death crippling effects of a heart

Friday to five years In of a contract a m Friday night was Manon Tan- attack and treatment was presented

prison for the hit-run traffic Fagan raised questions OB' 24. Westwood School 402 S03 u.s. Ambassador Fay D. Kohler guay 3-month-old daughter of by two doctors Fridayto

death of a boy-his own 12-year constitutional statute and city 25. Buchhola 339 280 apparently to soften the effectof Mr. and Mrs. Jean.Paul Tan- the Alachua County Society

old son charter grounds. 28. Uttlewood 411 599 the defense minister's re guay of suburban Sillery. for Crippled Children and Adults .
I Turner pleaded guilty\ before 27, RecreatIon Centea 320 249 .
The parents live in a house
Circuit Court 28. Voting Machine Vh... "We are not threatening anyone Dr. M.
Judge Robert 461 287 W. Buck, speech
owned who
by Georges Baker
More AboutStorms Mallnovsky said. "We
Hensley to charges of manslaughter 211. Howard Bllhop 124 844 kept the 135-pound: lion. The :pathologist at the University of
shall not do as the US. Defense ;
and 30. Lake Forest
leaving the scene 490 290 Tanguays have a basement Florida, and Richard Schmidt,
of an accident He was arrested 31. florida Union 338 419 secretary who threatens to neurologist the
apartment below the Bakers. gave program
destroy the Soviet Union at
while hiding in the attic of his 32. St. Michael' Chure. 118 184 any
'house. TOTALS 10674 $595 moment Mrs. Baker was mindingthe
From 1 In a statement to the U.S. baby while her parents were
The boy, Randy was struck Page I
Democratic party's Platform out police said At about 10:30
as from he school rode last his Sept bicycle 10.home Turner major hurricane only once every }More About Committee last Aug. 17, Mc- p.m. she went to check the Infant ..
Namara in and found her
four discussing military being
told officers he did not know years
Election strength said U.S. strategic mauled by the 4-month-old lion.
the victim was his own son. "Doma ((1960)) was the last one
forces are "sufficient to insure The baby was dead on arrival
hitting Florida to qualify is a the destruction of both the Soviet 'at a hospitaL IP.AOBON Daisy M. Punorol Mr*
SURVIVESPARIS major hurricane, which means 1 cm tor M,.. Irogrjon, ... 14, (MOWwllo -
From Page I Union and Communist China I Baker was convicted Oct. 14 will ... tolit ot 10'01 o m, Won
sustained winds of 135 miles an ..... Nov l, it J..OW..*_ Punorol
(AP-An 18-year-old hour and central of 212 under the worst Imaginable of having In his possession "an chase with a.,. Thomoi G, Mltclwll
.... girl who police said jumped Inches or lower. pressure I Precinct 13 was Johnson's best checked and certified by the circumstances accompanying animal constituting a public dueling Mlnlttor tho Pint oorvkot Mothodlit Burlol Church will bo 0O,In,.
from the Eiffel Tower was reported showing. Goldwater's best was board. the outbreak of war." nuisance" He was fined $20 Hill,," Momorlol Porn ontfor tho dl
O.mVclor Leopold Sto- recovering In a hospital "We did not rate any of the 29 concluded his roction or jomo js n i o n '.....1
precinct In northeast Gainesville Members of the canvassing Mallnovsky and was ordered to get rid of Homo. Oolnoivlllo Plorldo. Mn, Ing.dm .
kowskl three hurricanes of |
veteran of 1964
concerts as maJor ,
many ;Saturday. remarks with who llvod. 01 413) ,
where he received 1,122 assurances of the lion a female NW llth Tir
board are the supervisor of Ollmvlllo, ..
In the lamed miitle hall, although Cleo and Dora did FloOd dlod' NrnU.0r
The shock of her 175-foot the Com
fall votes to Johnson's 889. registration chairman army loyalty to Soviet I, IIM tram on tondod NinmCHILOI .
pond il the rostrum ol Car not miss It by much." of the
was reduced because she landed -) munist It the first
party. was
nrgle Hall Friday alter' on the roof of a car parked One predominant factor In determining -began counting county canvassing returns Wednes-board county commission (G. M. Davis -such public assurance since I PropellersSoercly MR NANOV ;......1 ....
ceremoniei In which the the tracks of the 1964 ) and county Judge (II. H [len tor Mr cmido mid bo hold ot I It
at the
( foot of the Brezhnev and
tower. succeeded
day morning, and finished the McDonald). Kosygln p.. if'-1 lu"d** "ovombor 5. nu
building was designated a national hurricanes was the Bermuda 1 a M .. ,,,,
The girl's name was not die- Nikita Khrushchev JT'l" f"t il a.pa CO
In the unofficial total Friday night, except Mrs. Bathes said Injure *, Adorn CrorrnMI
hktorlc landmark. ,closed. High Atlantic. It was for 13 proposed constitutional she hopes Brezhnev toasted Soviet military "oo lorvkoi, auntS, MIl bo eonduclMI I In Rut
strong this year and lay near the the returns can be certified Hgo Comotoro vnlor ffio dlroctlon. 0
NOT OLD? coast. Hurricanes are repulsed amendments. Results will Tuesday. forces. He said they are Alabama Youth Owicin Srothorl Mortlclom.orvkoo .
defending all Communist
by high pressure and Cleo, Dora, not be delcared official until re- Here is the final vote cast Onto. coun- "Altll. a. WALTait N. '
Comedian Jack Benny, gu'!st for M,. Wilror N. Poriio
.violinist at a concert In Seattle, IsbeU and Hilda, unable to. turn for unopposed candidates In the There had been suggestions PENSACOLA (AP-Ralph W. > ot. 1114 N W iso Avo. will'" h
northward barreled Callahan, 24, son of the hold ot I:JC P U. on &'''IV. Nom
Mid. Friday his Itinerary would Into the Blaze Hits Tuesday election, with number early last summer when Khrushchev executive iT .. .iwo s5 Wllllomo-ThomH C,.,
coast I of the Annlston wim *
of FV.Thomoo
absentee Mltcholl
take, him to Portland, Ore,, Salt ballots in parenth was engaged In violent dueling" mo ..vi',,,. Orovoildo' ivy con
Lake City and Oakland, Calif. Dora followed a track no other sis: argument with China that the (Ala.) Star, was In critical I ko will bo ot 4'00 P M ot Anthon
hurricane has taken In recorded condition Comotory uMtr tti* dlroctlon of "II
"1 was supposed to go to Fior.iE' House HereFire U. S. Congress D. R. Billy Soviet Union might not come toChlnl" Saturday after he liomo.Thomoo Punorol Homoonoy. .
history. She roared walked
too," Benny laid, "but I straight off Matthews 14,911 ((1,102). Florida aid In case of war with Into the propeller of a auroras lea DOL" 'u.1
'changed! my mind." Then he the Atlantic Into northeast Florida of unknown origin heavily Supreme Court Justices the United States small plane.Authorltiea. len Mn M,. I/III", N. wIll' bt ...

added: "If "once de Leon an area never before hit damaged a frame house at B. K. Roberts, 10.664 ((934), E at the Destln airport to ow.arc'...,pm.M III naacp ....".Nou.m. ciwct

couldn't find it, die eli with It." Scale EdwardsARRESTED force head-on by a storm of hurricane 823 NW 3rd Ave. Saturday nIght.I Harris Drew, 10,138 (922)) and I More About said young Callahan arrived with 5.!*.1 tv eondurttoo. W. N. (IKo My.ond.nyi,5....,.I.A" .J

The blare caused about $ Richard Ervln, 11519 ((961). at the northwest Florida will ... In AnthKh ,_,.* uMor tin
TOP TUNES One cheerful note tor Florida I $2,000 Judge district fishing di'I.1 ** *"""", "'"""i* ',".'1
In this damage to the structure, a fire court of appeal, community Friday with Home.ILLlAM..
windy was that Its
Country music's No. 1 long The FBI arrested two white storm-proof building year code stood department spokesman a .1. John T. Wlgginton, 10,103 (913). BlindFrom the a group of fellow students from .. 55. 10HN. Purnai w..

writer Bill Anderson itlll In- Mississippi mn Friday la the test of the tropical cyclone. Flames started at the west side' Judge 8th Judicial circuit court, University of Alabama to lists, "1 don't know anything connection with the slaylnf ef Three hurricanes brought only a of the front room, and spread. J. C. Adklna Jr., 12,666 ((994), spend the weekend. 11. '..* .* ?Buncon ..... ChooM??i w'"
Page 1 Shortly after 'tV. T. A. W,.... _II.. ...
about music" but the awards two Mtadvllle Negroes whose single death In the state-a Two pumper trucks respondedto State Cabinet Tom Adams the nlan. tan".f ....len. .,, ,) .---iii.'n...

-keep pouring in. badly decompontxl tone drowning. Two drowned off the the alarm at I:09 p.m., returning -: secretary of state 12,635: (1- their hands." of Callahan the still stepped I into; the"path ol s-ya Buncon CsrnsMy a,.. ""wd',,'','1.,.II'.... Mr 4Irtd'WII' ''
'At the Grand Ole Opry'i 39th were found la a muddy Ml* Florida Keys when high seas to stations about I p.m. 017); Ray Green comptroller,, The other brothers turning propeller. He Jorni Irvod M M: IW MIl An oW
_lrjhday!! : celebration which ended slinlppl River .11 shoot earlier swamped shrimp bolt.ThlrtyseYt'n The structure was owned and 12,528 ((1,002); Doyle Con nor,'Giuseppe year-old Gloacchl- was given emergency treatment t Wllllomo Prlmn WM win u B Votorofl, rocoivod) of World ot 111 W I*
this The two died commissioner of agriculture, at a nearby hospital and "*< I,, Woo oMoy ot 1.II o mWHIT4KH ,
summer are then
. Saturday night In Nashville, during the occupied by A. T. Tomlin. no and 3-year-old Carmelo
3>nn., Anderson picked up five James Seale, It, lad Charles year In Louisiana, three In Virginia 12.54117..); J. Edwin Larson nodded hi sped to the hospital Pensaeola Mlfc UAO.II: Pvnoroirvkoi
state treasurer. 11831 (974)) agreement Paolo about 45 miles frr Mro. VvhUMw will M
Edwards 31. and In ; to the
one GeorgiaOn west. hold'
-the jnore country Broadcast music Music"Oscars the Islands of the Caribbean Want A Live Earl Faircloth. attorney general or Calogero spoke, but they, A spokesman at Pensacola ol .IN., ,...PM. tt on Ounton Mondoy I rot.Noribw
Inc. Choool ,
about wi"
were shy talking Ktv w a. whno or
153 are known to 12.347 ((980): Tom Bailey Baptist Hospital dWAtlng ...._
jiwards given for tunes have ? said the stu no Punorol will 01
country Porpoise brothers were brought saw
superintendent of public Instruction tho direction ol Ouncon Snn
"hat hit the been killed by aging wind and right forearm was severed Ami.l..y., U,.. ..
top ten and have I here Whll.kor d 5la
tide. Probably 1'IiotoTALLAHASSEE II.697 ((992)) Public utilities Friday by mother: and he suffered t. Ode 7ItI Ci., ,..
-week stay among the IS lead. many I Snap n [commissioner Edwin L. Mason and father Gaetano and Grazia severe lac-,
deaths were unrewrted. rarUcularly orations about the face. webs MIS." MtMie FunoMl, low
>Ir tongs. In the 10,176 ((939). Rotolo, from their home village A.. IT Mn* *""* ... a. *ou_i>..
'* the news'-censored (AP) Four WIN' bo hood ot t.01 p N. feM**.
Making pilgrimage to this of di on
Campobello Licata, near i iCIUlnlssetlI. Sym.... ,
Eighth circuit
dictatorships of Cuba and Haiti. prize winners will receive a live state attorney nu M Mt loltiol Itflit
Country music Mecca were Jim. T. E. Duncan, 11,771 ((964) Public to see Rome and May Withhold ChurtK Mm *w. lilonon, tonx"Ji ..
trained .
In the
Florida *
porpoise "** IUtItl WIN bo lot 01 Sol
Jny Dean Roger Miller Johnny Pope Paul VI. -. ....
defender Robert A. Green vnoor olroctlon ol Muo -
Cult and Burl Ivt'.. It "Happy Snapshot" contest n A Co.,.'.". M,., WhDO. WHO (wdJ
was only Air Crash The looked U. \
The first four winners win Jr., 11.207 (ISO). State legislature boys over the Payment > Jlhnoon, ,.*"*.. OM OdM' C.

. afifrlve In from the suburbs for have the option of taking $1,000If Ralph D. Turlington, 12- crumbling magnificence of the Mr* TL"1 Whiio .*..A0n bom 5 n M"1"Auoutt* !1""ill",

Robbing Eddy Arnold Roy Acuff, Marty they decide against the por-l 267 1.021). County Judge. John Colosseum with surprise. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. lot III ._.. '**. ond voo *oro

: Hank Snow Ernest In Labrador poise. U Connell, 11,107 ((930)). "Lookf Look Clacchino," (AP) The United States has II M..0WM.MWM5NIC5V__ ....... C_,
Tube, Faron Young Chet Atkins'and Florida Development Commission Clerk of circuit court James exclaimed Giuseppe. "Look how indicated it may withhold voluntary --

Minnie Pearl. DOVER.DelAP-AC133( ) Chairman Wendell Jarrard B. Carmichael 11,881 ((174). Tax this city Is an broken up." contributions to U-V pro.,
KED MEET Cargomaster with seven crew said Frank Noel, Pulitzer Prize-assessor, J. Pierce Smith II947 trams at a Nov. 16 conference Sun

members aboard crashed on winning Associated Press Photographer (m). Tax collector Shellie Me- Cubans Hunt because of the Soviet Union's

Red Chinese Premier! Dot takeoff from Goose Bay Air[ of Tallahassee David Kinney 11,904 (1,029)). refusal la nay .it. _......u___,_ 1'IAI111hfd1'1I"0' 0."Paiurdov.
I -- r-" ''''' and Sunder rnomg -
; En-Lal heard address by the Force Base. Labrador' at aDo Robinson. nnsldent of Ro-Mo I County sheriff. Joe Crevasse. dues. pml: '' .by ate Goinotvlllo fub"B -

. new party leader .. I proximately 4 pra. Eastern Color Lab In Tampa Robert 13,800 (1,050). County superinjtendent For Bottles The United I "-" Comeanv at I 101 SI2"d
Leonid Standard Tune Saturday Dover Morel nd, St Petersburg Times of public instruction W. vowed States already! has ) Place). Goonottv'Ie.ioticl .
AFB reported. chief photographer and Dennis 1 B. (Tiny) Talbot 12,63 (1.017)) MIAMI Fla. (rAP) Havana to strip the Soviets of' sod) ontorod qi Mceixd clew
- 1Br.zhnev, at Carl Thorntoa,city manager A Radio members of Castro their vote. under a provision -mis so to'. Itott Osecs ee
spokesman at Dover said Hallinln, Cypress! Gardens chief County commissioners Claude, says of Gal_"*, 'iDrId&alC1UTION
i Friday's meetIng of Santa Ana, Calif., says "No Information regarding u,.:'''photographer: win Judge the contest Brandon, 10,921 ((922)): EdgarLeo Cuba's revolutionary defense the UX. Charter when the General -

of worldCommunislt II to It policemen .la his city unities la available at this Johnson 10.177 tOOT. and committees have a new Job.J Assembly convenes Dec. L IATIS ITOiaut

W'.4- In have beta making "defam time." I|I The four photography experts Sidney Martin lUllS (194). collecting wine and whiskey Sourrea said Friday the plan ., t 'Weak oa..MAIL 5.I

: Moscow ell ou atory, secretive attar ki" He said the plane craved will spend several days Judgingthe School board members WU- bottles to meet the Christmas to hold back annual Pledges b Moo. ISIS

- cast a chill on again men la the department while on a routine mission for entries. The winners win be lam E. Wuuams, 14,332 (171)) demand -rr.uj' .t further Ittempt to All mafl outxtrfotior.. pnudlPOU .

the proceedings particularly .aga I. el Military Air Transport Service. announced Now. It and Jasper N. Joiner, 14.321 The defense committees, with!force the Soviet t'Dion to l be in odMnc*
a by paying honv Chief Edward J. AD... He has The aircraft was en route toSondrestrons In addition to the porpoise M 916). County surveyor. Perry s member in each block of.share of peacekeeping i fa pay Mast,,, of As.t 5wa sOcs.oaas55

' OHM age at the ordered aa tavesllgaikia Into Air Base In the money first prize Includes sfouryear c. McCriff. 11,972 100$). Judge. householders, distribute food!Congo! and the Middle the ... --
East. .. 5
, gmt of Joseph Stalin. Chou did the dissident officers wh.; ho CI'ftII-I I The -i N.'N
land. I scholarship In oceanography -court of record, Ira J. Carter and clothing ration cards and Soviets contend the :: -
: SRpJaud when Brezhnev said all says, wlnctdfBtilrr belong to- Dover said a board of officers at Florida State Unlversity. -11,114 ((943). County solicitor A. a po r t counterrevolutionary permit Western operations ,'::-c.:: :. .SMwwm'nw ..

; -Communists have one goal. the Job Birch Society. n being sent to the scene. || 'Z. Adklns Jr, 11,183 (934) lartivttjr to the authorities. the anAL dominance of -.. ....._...._-a asm's II .-.V..........



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to Sunday. November I. 19<4 GoJneiville Sung 3 A

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I Veterans Day lo Be Noted :

Veterans Day will be observed dead and the Rev William Shea will

at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday at M. D. Wade Sr.. post adjutant as color guard and fire i salute ,

the northwest corner of courthouse followed by playing of taps.
quartermaster of the VFW ..
square in Gainesville. department of Florida will give, C. A. Cunningham, VFW senior the SUN I I

The Veterans of Foreign Wars introductory remarks. vice commander in Alachua .

Post 2811 and the Haisley.Lynch State Rep. Ralph Turlingtonand (County, asked businessmen and II auauTr ..
homeowners to out in POLICE. FIRE REPORT der control
American Legion the put flags
are Rev William Shea will,
sponsoring the observance to observance of the occasion. Accident Roundup Louis Tehodore Nieland 411 DISCOUNt ,
"pay tribute to American war' A detachment of the .Tnvnl....v......a .I".. ........I.ld".u..... 'O''I'_'''O',.. NE 3rd Ave, and James Robert

Unlveri--i 2 UF Students ed by the Gainesville police department Brooker Jr., Rt. J Box (II, at ,
and the Alachua County St./!
: 3:26: p.m. Friday at N. Main
To Get Award* sheriffs office during the I and 33rd Ave. Nieland cited for I

past 36 hours were: passing at an Intersection l ,

Cash awards were given two Robert Acosta, 806 NE End[ causing accident

University of Florida graduate St., and Floyd C. Denny, 50 22: Jesse McMillan, 1523 NE 3rd I 1

//tfati/ students at a banquet Thursday. \W 29th Ave., 1:42: p.m. Saturday Ave., and William\ H hlcY y ,

Keith Baker, 2423 NE 2nd' at 100 SE 2nd Ave. Jr., 109 SE 4th Ave., at 11:27

Ave., was given an award for James P. Parker parked at a.m. Friday at 100 SE 4th Ave.

outstanding graduate tea ching. 1603 SE 2nd Place and Inell F McMillan cited for careless

4 Cycle Automatic Washer Leland A. McGhan, 3528 NW Patrick, 703 SW 5th St., at 12:25 driving /

4 CYCLES 13th Ave, won his award as: p.m. Saturday parking lot at t Jack Carlisle, 2839 NE 11th

outstanding accounting graduate 600 SW 2nd Ave Dr., parked, and Jessie R.II

Fully Automatic Arnold N. Tenney, 5080 New RutledRe: 538 SW 8th Ave., 11:31:

Lint Filter Tub I The cash awards are given by berry Rd., and Lorene K. Epps, a.m. Friday near the new Veterans I

I the Jacksonville accounting firm 1811 NW Ulh Rd.. at 10:23:: a.m. Administration hospital Noon to ? P. r1
Woter Level Control of Haskini & Sells. Saturday at 700 N. Main St. James J. Witte Lake Worth, Shop 12

Water Model Curtis Ralph Newsome park Fla.. hit a speed siRn/ at 7:06
Temperature A-100 ed at 540 NE 2nd Ave., and a.m. Friday at 1900 NW 13th St.
SelectorS Best Start
hit.and.run vehicle, it 9 a.m.
Fire Call
Giant Sued Tub At lleginning Saturday. At 2:38: a m., Saturday, burn-' T1T'
Robert Spencer Leaman, 1930
Softy Lid ,Switch NW 3rd Ave., and George ing canvass at University of :
NEW RICHMOND, Wis. (AP Florida football practice field. 1

RUSTPROOFCABINET Seven.year-old Kirk Llndel Gregory Booze, 1423 NW 8th At 12:28: a m Saturday, false "
Ave., 7:39: m Friday In \\1
p a :
asked his father at breakfast alarm at NW 12th St. and 5th
parking lot at 1300 NW 5th Ave
Thursday how to begin a political !- Ave r }
FINANCING ON THE SPOT Mitsuo Kozura, 1716 NW 2nd
Your Choice of Credit Plans career. Ave., and Dale Frederick Gus- At 10:47: pm., Friday false
Start with a local office suchas alarm at 3rd St. and E University .
tin, 923 NE 3rd Ave., 7:15: p.m.
The VARIETY STORE dogcatcher, replied Dr. A.L Friday at W University Ave Ave.

Lindell. and 6th St. Kozura cited for failure At 5.08 p.m. Friday, 121 SW

The subject was dropped until to yield right of way makIng 22nd St.. smoke bomb In auto

7 S... lit An."J1optOPLE Or4. THI SQUARI a homecoming parade for Gov. left turn.Samuel At 4,43 p.m. Friday false I 4' i ; PVNpEQ
FR 6-5348 Wiz,
elect Warren Knowlei Thursday Marvin Daniels, 830 alarm at 540 NE 25th St.

night, when the boy asked: NW 7th Ave. hit. pedestrian "Morrlifo" AoptltoliMII ,
"Dad, how long was Mr. Darlene W. Ruth, 1433 NE 14th "0.11400" "ITTM4 11 0..11I., _
I Knowles dog catcher!" Terr. it 4:05: n.m. Friday at S_ r mm. J.. Fb0... 10. 0..11I.. II 1k EXTRA '
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O.ro'd' L. a 0..111.
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Main St. and 2nd Place Daniels i Sh,'.... I.OM. ,.,'''',,,'. 110 ..1.... LARGE w. t I i..S
I You Are Invited To cited for failure .II,.
Attend B
The yield right CAPACITY y.llrxlrr oa5!
DM MldiMl Own :10 Oolno' yllo| I
of way tn pedestrian making left >.lIonc. Miy Orl M 0.r>.,v/ IICnrihjoMf _

FREE FIRST SESSIONto turn.: Darelene Huth not admitted .rttu. ,., llopnino Jamil"MorHI" Pits....14....,5Pa U M. + ACRILAN SHIRT
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to a hospital. .
be held s::. Jimn Wlmbwly' I*. 0.'_ +
or Palm
Lanes Earl 4622 SW 9 forAcrllan S3;
I. Oakley Saylor, ,II". ''''''m. "Mir" ( Jwik'ni, It. Ol MMMMHI i
2606 Waldo .,".. L +
Road 47th Way, and Ronetta D. Tuell i = 4
1 Tn. M. O.IM.vl/l.l Lwl.r.DIM. AeryUe
1 1115 NW 8th St., at 5:32: p.m. P.10, II, 0.100.0110.II. "
TUES. 7 ...., O.'itMvllHubert .. 1 1 s'1 shirt colors 31CCORDUROY
Friday, 100 NW 22nd St. Lwn V.4010.' M I ;
p.m. As/. J.... H."'..... I'. 0..11.. r5' C
Joseph Johnson Doyle Doc .0w, Cow* 14, O"nnvllH ". ,
November 10, 1964 I tori Inlet, cited for careless <'M Floni' liwytr, 11 0..111.. tow 'Is ?

DEVELOP driving after accident S.45 pm. WnANT"Oct -N.y DIIO'.. 4 LOW j SLACKS

CONFIDENCE Friday at MO NW 39th Ave. Police Jd ClmpO.ll Mi* N M 'n "M" f thir PRICEI ,,,
Increase Pone and end. w li, Norm H o* In' 4 K Inwr 4 277
Confidence laid swerved hitting
Doyle .. ..
* Speak Effectively L I railroad crossing sign, to .hryfl T ..,.... ..... IwilMntf tnrnmn Taperecfleg afdlT,
Remember L "Mlybn" Sod win' Lit M I t
Homes DALI avoid hitting train. CKirt I 1.100
H''ond 4 colon eVlS 1\\
Think and Speak on Your Feet CARNtGIIP I Estes Lee Perry, 1325 NE 8th "LII", MI Lei..I".,,,",HlinplM M AMraw H.J HMfc. Irawn Him vttItl ;

Control Fear and Worry St, and James Larry Weist, Fur ...., Inc hi Jinwi *.. I
Be 0.5 .n<. w''h>. lot II N HIKlin4' Court
a Better Converiationalut twntt d by Florida Institute, tne I4
2214 NE 8th St.. at 3.59 pm. 110'i w. III.roc.Pitr I
Develop Your Hidden Abilities For Add nonal Informal Friday at NW 6th St. and 23rd rk P, c..,.fltr ... w!. tojll Oufeaseditt9 ealutl/ lawn. c/iokt tg'v 4 ?
Ph... J72 M. RiMr Lot If M A..II Twici -
-3311 Blvd. Wrist given juvenile tick r 541.500unro.rwy
Calv n Walk.r, Aitoc at. Sponsor ItlllM. ln< tl DlvM M '
C--- :et for failure to have vehicle un. 55.-5,. ..w r 1 l M i' N. I/nlr.r.llr. PLASTIC HOUSEWARES:
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Two Stale Beverage agents who,

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'ci shining equipment were wounded Rol/ups"/ Sioeveit" Orl./II'Uy/ up t. 4.5/

by a shotgun blast as they Cotton fJ Blends Gtrdf. fJ Panty Grdl

/ checkoxi out at a guard shack Broken $IUI. 30 to 42. All must go of this prCeIpttQlr'

No rea4on for the shooting wa

A Most Practical Coat For Comc-What-May Weather advanced Immediately by Brow ,

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'You'll be ready for all kinds of weather with this one-Ail-Weather Coat In sturdy cotton two Negro guards In the Incident '
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twill with trimly tailored classic styling anr roomy true fit.
Grover W. Kelly, 4%, of Fort
Shuts out the wind and ram and keeps you dry Cr comfortable When cold weather comes Lauderdale, was e r l 111 l Ie II l 11"

just "ZIP in". The warmth of the soft, acrylic pile lining Truly a most practical coat wounded In the neck by pPll.tr ..

And its here in sizes for Mom and Dad, Sister and Brother from a U-gaugr shotgun Friday
eight Some pellets struck uV :

BOYS LADIES MEN GIRLS Miami arm of Levin H. Bathos/ 41, of!,

Jim Decouney, county chief -
SIZES I TO 29 SIZES TO II SIZES SIZES 7 14 of detectives said charge of .> t Cs CoASp. Yol.kJ ,

sault with Intent to murder Air pockets let worm j

would be lodged against Leo Abrams / i out; with cover keep it -

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No soles talk! Not just a few specials but facts! Brand Names

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6 Cents a Mile
Colors-Thousands of Dollars In Furniture is being delivered
EXTRA ditcountl of 6c a mile will be and here's beautiful one-of-a-kinds, floor samples, showpieces
given out-cMown cuitomeri within
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\ $200 or mare during this sole. It will abused, but it's all at savings. We've gone through every
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468.00 Modern sofa and matching. chair 249... chair .,' . . 4995

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box spring, headboard fir 24.95 maple spindle 1 L 95
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258.88 Colonial sofa chair 2 step to18995
blcs and cocktail table '
189.00 Simmons king size extra firm mattress 104.90 maple chest of drawer and full
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cushions tweed or print
92 .
49.95 fi'S
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lofa-slightly soiled 159.00 Innerspring mattres & bOIl spring 8995 Bassett . . . . 17
269.00 Quilted looscushion seat and 18995 slightly damaged .
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139.95 354.75 Broyhill Forward '70 double dresser with
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299,00 3-pc.. ,curved. . .sectional. . . 17995 and night stand . . 22995

Colonial maple platform rocks

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Gainesville Sun Sunday November 8, 1964 _

that the university should be p.m. at the st Paul Baptist

News of Special Interest phased out "came as a surpriseto 1 Church at Archer.
everyone. BIBLE THOUGHT < J
He said the suggestion was
I aicifnesuil1e I dun "0 give thanks to the Lord,
"something advanced by the
To the Colored
Community board's staff" and tried to assure for he Is good; for his stead

Dr. Gore there was nothIng fast love endures forever" ,
News) Items for thin page should bt directed to Ben F. CMlds, Colored News official to the report, which Psalm 106:01.: (RVS)

JOHN R. MAIIIIIIOII. PmMMt MPuMltlwrj editor, by mail at 526 NW Rth St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send was part of a preliminary draftof NOTICE
: Item directly to the Sun office I a master plan for higher
PAT COWLII Vie Breakfasts will be served in
Florida's) Beautiful II .!... 1.: <." IB JOHNSON Viet rmWtnttot Pvntril trrwignnMiti, whtn mil ibH. will be found on Nee L education in Florida.Dr. .
I the dining room of the Shady
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!jJ fcJ0"' .ull.. IKItrl. w. .. (HID DELTAS PLAN senden High, and now a studentof Corrine Williams, recording I Gore said he advised Grove Primitive Church
l IIRIOLR, Baptist
Vkt' PwiMmf and A*
"University City' Alumnae secretary, Jacquelyn D. Hart, members of his faculty and
--- wniimi Dlroc,."; 101 TAHTAOLIONI, The Ocala Chapterof Hampton Junior College I n today from J am. to J am.
Vic PrnMml and Clrculdltn M.n...,. Delia Sigma Theta Sorority Ocala. corresponding secretary, A nnie staff that no action on the proposal
recently met and formulated Hampton, financial secre tar y, had been taken by the ARCHER NEWS
THE SUN'S POLICY plans for the year's activities. The Mental Health Project Is Betty Jones, chaplain Juanita board but he explained that 20th Anniversary

Included on the agenda for the under way and is fostering such Cunningham, seargeant-at-arms, this was not enough to satisfy The Grand Union Lodge No.
1. Report the newt fully and Impartially In KM news colu"", .. activities as the sponsorship ofa Jean W. Brown, reporters,
Mental them.
year are a Project 34 will celebrate Its
2. Express the opmioni of the Sun In-but only' In-tditonals., girl at Forest Hill, and the 1 Gary and Jean W. 20th anniversary
: to be undertaken at the 'Gladys "Our faculty, staff, studentsand at the St. Paul Baptist
I 3. Publijh all side of Important confeovtriiol luuei. purchasing and installation of Brown.
Forest Hill School for Girls in alumni are wanting a defInite Church next Sunday at 3
furniture at the
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 Ocala, and a scholarship danceto Home. a room Members are Earnest t I Ins statement (from the
benefit girls In the Gainesville Pearson, Claronelle Bass, Lot- ,board) of assurance or reassurance -pmCharlie Ross from Gainesvillewill
Ocala and Leesburg Officers for the year are: tie Donaldson, WilMmma Dur. that A&M would be principal speaker on the

areas Last year's scholarship I President, Rubye M. Wa a h. ,den, Alverla Fairley, James o n, not be abolished). occasion.
winner was Miss Anita Mont- Ington, vice president, M a b 1 e Margaret McGowden, Narvel 1 a "After hearing words of com I The public Is invited.

I gomery, former student of Fes- Dorsey, first vice president, Morgan and Anna C. Nealy. mendation from leading officials ]
American Education WeekThat of the state and board In ALACIIUA 'NEWSMeeting

1962 when we celebrated 75 Interesting
M of achievement the The Parent Teacher Association
years -
"knowledge is power" is quickly as possible, and students not
of A. L.
I II IU thought of terminating the institutions Mebane School
demonstrated in the story of our presently admissible to the univer I contributions came asa held Its meeting in the auditorium .

national growth and development.It sities. Before we talk with too much ,. 4, shock of the first magnitude, of the school on Nov.

would be more accurate, however, pride about "universal opportunityin since It came at a time of further 2.

to say that "the use of knowledge is education" this gap must be clos significant achieve men t There were several proposals
power." ed. and growth," Dr. Gore added. brought to the attention of the

"We' have received many letters members to be studied by'pa..

telegrams, telephone calls special committee.
The demand for "practical" education Educational opportunity must be The total
h and other Inquiries wanting to money reported was
was the moving* force behind interpreted as opportunity for the know the what and why of 9100. Rev. S. Simmons, president

the creation of the land-grant colleges kind of education an individual needs this," he told the board. ; C. 0. Whitfield, principal J -

a century ago, an act which and wants. It ranges from advanced : t. NEGRO JUNIOR COLLEGES ; Mrs. Nellie Moore. ,reporter -

broadened the scope of education to research In nuclear physics to "re JOIN WHITE ATHLETIC .

include the occupational concerns of fresher courses" in typewriting and t : CONFERENCE PLANS BANQUET

the people. Academic scholarship shorthand for office workers. It includes v, OCALA Four Negro junior There will, be a banquet In

was balanced with technical know- brief terminal courses in semi- colleges were reported to have the dining room of the Shady

how and efficiency. Knowledge was professional areas and the "non- joined the Florida Junior College Grov Primitive Baptist Church.
Conference, an a t h letic -
supplemented by doing. This was a credit" special Interest courses for unit which Included white JunIor on Nov. 18 at 8 p.m.

decisive turning; point in American adults in modern literature, Interior J colleges. The donation is 100. The

higher adu aton.! decoration and the "home arts." i2 Gibbs Junior College of St. public is invited.

Petersburg, Hampton of Ocala, AILING IN HOSPITAL

Today the relationship between Here is where the American Opportunity /olusia Washington of Daytona were the Beach four, that and,' The following persons are ailIng

"output" for educational support and School the Community Indicated they would be in the In the Alachua Genera i

"intake" in terms of economic pros Junior College has found its mission.It Sorority Meets new conference this year Hospital: Mrs. Julia ,Worthy

perity and industrial growth is perhaps the most phenomenal The four Institutions met last Mrs.: Hallie,.Jackson and Mrs

is established social I I fact. development in American education Members of the Ocala Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority plan week with other members of Hattie Jordan.

It Is not just by "happy correlation since the establishment of the land ned the year's activities at a recent meeting. Seated (first row, left to right) the all-Negro Florida Association Junior I PATIENT IN
And Sorors Hetty Jones Gladys Gary Margaret McGowden (second ) Lot- College Athletic to
or coincidence that the grant colleges. the people's response are ; row MEDICAL CENTERRev.
.!i tie Donaldson, Jacquelyn D. Hart, !Mable S. Dorsey Anna C. Nealy; standing, consider affiliation with I the
to it has been overwhelming
states invest most generously In edu- FJCC. E. Jones, .minister. 01!
Jean %V. Brown, Juanita Cunningham Annie (Hampton, Corrine Williams and
cation are at the top of the heap in simply because it was the inevitable Rubye Washington. 1, Membership in the new conference Chiefland, Is a patient In the

business and industrial leadership, answer to an insistent demand. -,-- .--- --'-- --- '- required a fee of $200 J. Hillls t I Medical Center. t
I which was payable by _Oct. 1. Friends are asked to visit him.
In average per capita income, and in BOYS' CLUB There will be a tea sponsoredby vIII be held at the Shady Grove Participation In basketball
"standard of living" maintained by This is American Education Week, The Boys' Club of Gainesvillewill the PTA of Bell's Nurseryand ''rlmitive Baptist Church today' and baseball tournaments will tuarit5 "

the people. and the School Boards of Alachuaand introduce a new club, the the women of the W.S.C.Sof it 1 p.m.CHURCH. be afforded the new members.

a .. Bradford Counties are appropriately French Club, Tuesday, Nov. 10, Mt. Carmel Baptist Churchon ANNOUNCEMENTSWilliston The four members will haveto MRS. MAGGIE WHITE
engaged In "celebrating" it by for the members who are interested Monday at 8 p.m. be members of the National Mrs. Maggie White, 86, o f .
In the early days of the American New Hope Baptist
in studying and learning The services will be conducted Junior College Athletic Association Hawthorne, died Oct. 29 at'"
public school the elimination of !illiteracy working'on a survey for the State about the French culture by Rev. W. M. Ferguson and Sunday School with Superln- also if they anticipate on home following a lingering ill-
was the primary challenge. Department of Education prelim! Meetings will be held on Tuesdays endent E. L. Strain In charge In
Rev. Damon Dell on Tuesday at participating regional and ness. She was a native of Johnson -
But fortunately the democratic concept nary to the authorization of a Junior and. Thursdays at 4:30: 8pm. 10 im'a.m.and; morning worship worshipCommunion 11. national tournaments.The Fla., and member of Mt.

prevailed and equal opportunity College in the two-county area, witha pm.The Mrs. Chris Matheson will be ; evening, 7 Rev J. H. FJCAA will remain intact Bethel Baptist Church.
for continued educational development strong and diversified occupational purpose of the new clubis the principal speaker on Wednesday Phillips pastor; Mrs. Bessie I for at least another year, Survivors include Rer\ bus- .

became the goal. This emphasis to serve present andarrowinll' to acquaint the members with at 8 pm There wIll Mae Wesley, reporter. with the FJCC members using and, Thomas White Sr., one
another language with the peo- also be a musical program ren it as a tool to determine division daughter, Mrs. Annie Mae Pa.
principle of universality and equality needs. ple who speak it, and with the dered. PERSONALSJ. 4 representatives for the cette, grandchildren, nieces! and
'I led'jlf- the '"straight-line" development country or countries where it Is The members and friends are R. Strain, Raliegh; Wallace state tournament nephews, cousins, two sisters .

of a school system from K to This, we think, ia symptomatic of spoken, and to help children acquire invited. Mrs. Eliza T Bell, Mrs. Hattie Promos, Mrs. The State Department of Education In law, one brother in. Jaw
kindergarten to graduate school. the School Board's plan and policy to language skills which w 111 president; Mrs. Esther Hamm, Lillie Howard, Mrs. H 0 r tense selected E. P. Caruthersof and friends.
be of value to their general edu- secretary. Morris and Mrs. Ida Simmons, Volusia County Community .
the Alachua I
upgrade County schools all of motored to to
cation. I' Willislon College serve as executive HANDY CIIILDS
That "straight line" is serving the to a "better than average" mark as The club will be headed by CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Tampa last Sunday and visited secretary of the division Handy Childs, of 29 NW Hrt
measured by state standards. The location Mt. Pleasant Methodist- Mrs. L. A. Williams, who is a embracing the Negro Institu-
purpose it was designed for but Miss Pat Rebol, an educat I Ion ,Terr., died Nov. 1, at the Unlv
Church School, 9:30: a m.; morn In the hospital there. tions. Simon Johnson of Ocalais
of the at the of Flor-
since World War II a conspicuousgap University here has major University Medical Center following a loni
Ida. Miss Rebol has had experience ing worship, 11 am; and evening Mrs. E. M Morris, accompanied the F JCC'. Division 4 rep-I
has appeared, a gap through given the county its reputation as Rev. W. M. Iness.
In working with children worship, 7pm by Miss Aria Wesley, moItored resentative on the standing
which being propelled into an "educational center." But to main He was a native of Alachut
youth are and has studied French Ferguson, pastor. to Hawthorne last Sunday committee for basketball.
adult society with Inadequate training tain that reputation the school system and Spanish In both High School Mt. Morlah Baptist TheMatrons' and attended morning services County and a retired farmer
TALENT PROGRAM He was a member of Firs I
and preparation to cope with a must meet the test of quality at and college. Society will meet Mon at the Baptist Church
day, 7 p.m.; there will be prayer here. (Mrs. Bessie Mae Wes- Church Choir will render a talent Morning Star Baptist Church Ir
world more complex and demandingthan every level in classroom procedures Some of the activities that meeting Tuesday 7 p.m.; ey, reporter.) program at the St. Luke Rutledge.

it has ever been. It is sometimes teaching facilities, guidance will make the club meaningful and Choir No. 2 will have Its Miss Mary Hunt and !Miss 1 A.M.E. Church Sunday, Nov. 5, I Survivors: Include, C h i 11 dren
called the "vocational" As 10 the members will be creative rehearsal 7 at 3 Mrs. Lillie Bell Ford, City, Mrs
gap. a programs, effective administration Thursday, p.m. Jane Williams, both of Sanford, p.m.
'natter of fact, it is both vocational and salary schedules.Our dialogues, songs and games, Rev L. A. Tillman, pastor; are guests of Miss Will lam's APPEARWpROGRW Rosa Blackley, City; S I ate ,
dramatizations and movies. The
Willa D. Foxworth TO Mrs. Jessie Edwards, Jackson
I report e r; relatives here today.
ind academic.We .
first meeting will Introduce the Gertha Foxworth, reporter. Mrs. Helen Willis and young The choral group of Lodge ville; Brothers: Louie C b 11 ds

American schools are the sym theme: 'Getting acquainted son, James, of Nashville, Tenn., No. 113 will appear in an anniversary -Jacksonville, Thomas Chi lid s

refer to the 60 per cent of bol of American culture, the indexof with" our neighbors in FrenchBoys' .I CARD OF TIHVKS were flown here yesterday fora program today at 3!Williston.
Club members interested Thomas H. who
Blye, was a
American youth who cannot or our democratic conviction, the In additional Information should patient In the Alachua General brief visit and outing with'

should not, pursue the "straightline" barometer of our prosperity our insurance contact the Boys' Club members Hospital, wishes to thank friends. _

because of academic indifference plan for tomorrow's genera interested In additional Information -I friends for their acts of kind FLORIDA A&M WIlL I

special vocational Interests or tion. should contact the ness shown during his Illness. NOT BE ABOLISHED Lincoln
Boys' Club. Applications are Thomas H. Blye. TALLAHASSEE Flo rid a O
economic stringency. They Include now available for enrollment. A&M University will not be I
high school drop-outs (occurring in We agree with Gardner Cowles FLORIDA MEMORI abolished in the "foreseeable

Increasing numbers), young people "Tomorrow belongs to the educa NOTICE COLLEGE future" as was indicated at the
who must "prepare for jobs" as tors." 0. W Nealy, chairman of the Florida Memorial College Is a Stale Board of Control meetingIn I In the Snii ,illy 90
.. four educational ,
..... j year co Bap.
...,. United Fund Committee Initial- Gainesville last month so' ,
list related .
Institution accredited
ed by the South East Boys' Club said the board members at I II w' 0
Southern Associationof
by the
Committee, Is seeking United Colleges and Schools and the their mertiling1 here recently MAK Mi( 0V and JOV('K KIKKl.ANllWith 19
Fund interest and help. At pres- The subject was n o t on the

,I ent Rev. W. 1,. Souder and F. Education.The Florida Slate. Department 0 f meeting agenda but it came up the crowning of the I The Junior Class Officer
Voice of the
People G. Wingate are on the committee when Dr. George W. Gore Jr., last October 27th the,
I i iOPRr. present enrollment Is 400. queens on are as follows; President, Wilbur
\ The college has trained some of president of AIM said "The Terriers I really portrayed I''( Jackson, vice president
I Lincoln Pledge cards School: are available at the most noted ministers, missionaries news (that the college would be ringing holiday. The queens are Johnny Moore, secretary, Vivlan
sOu The Sim's High and at most and other employeesof abolished) came as a shock ,'as follows: Miss Lincoln, Miss Robinson, assistant lee re
Opinion of the churches.
Page. -- -- Nealy urgedthe
disturbed the morale of Lillian Jackson
education and religious pur greatly ; Mils I Homecoming lazy, Youlonda Hayes, treasurer
... ..4 (MUM** .f Sun _..... .t s wtktmt I* the V.... tf the ,..,1. .. ..... L...... In effort community as well to cooperate as suits. the Institution." Yvonne Hayes; Mils I Mae Edith McCoy reporter
mint .t tied ..4 h.., tht ttrirtr'i 4rfriu. H..... will bt withhthj If rtqunitd A let... thuM Emphasis has always been Board Chairman Bay a M. Terrier Miss Queen Woodard; i Betty Calhoun, busloesi I 9
Mt t.tt.4 SOO w.... **4 mint kt w.i",. ... ."" sue side .. the ...w. ,...., ctimot .. w4. The ,financial support. The one way placed by the college of development Harrison[ of St. Petersburg toldDr. !Miss Junior High, C a I persia ||manager, Cornelia Rawls, par '
Su. _nil the ...ht H rtltct ... Utttr *r t* .h..... It, Ithtut thtn,m, the wri..'. ...lfti.. M to make the United Fund a of Christian charact e r Gore that the statement Reddish. I liamenUrian, Ronald Rawls.
I....... community project is for all to __ -
and the of scholarship
principles high -
assist financially and otherwise P 2I
The Nation's Our country has been num- signs' he said.
bered and weighed In the bal- Ing up all of the litter and Today is Donation Day.
MEMORIW I Friends and members are asked
ances and has come up want. It sure would look IN
Freedom Fades log In love for freedom, in see all signs down at once, In loving memory of our dear I W to Hamm pay $1 each. Mrs. Esther I ty1 ill C r twi' ?g

moral statue, and In self reliance especially on the corners of mother the late Mrs. Dinah D. reporter. 1
Sun In the
day One can only wonderif Southeast 1st Avenue at Webb, who departed this life WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT
ot a feast of Belshazzar, In In the providence of God, Southeast 1st Street and 2nd Nov. I, 1961. J. fl and lie.I I I Mr. and Mrs. Ota Flournoy! y'V wt5t'tawsAP5

the same hour came forth the we as a country deserve to Street Davis, sons, and families. of Micanopy, announce the approaching

fingers of a man'i hand and exist as free men GEORGE D. MASON marriage of their l )

wrote over against the lamp As freedom fades, the sun NOTICE daughter. Miss Odessa Roletha) assn 113 !
stand upon the plaster of the be 6 Choir No.2"' the ML Olive,Flournoy, to Alexander Brad .l ttNe told eIIN t
set to beauti- '
may appear e w
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11 II II't
wall of the King's palace: ful the yellow, blue, Primitive Bar 't Church will ley, son of Mrs. Janle Brad- aesa
"And this Is the writing that ple, pink and reds. But then I believe that If England be heard on r .;ilo Station WG- ley of Grove Park. -5 SpI Itannestp
was Inscribed: Mene, M ens, the darkness of night, marked wants to do something really GO this morning. Barbara Watson Plans have been made for a) 1 illy

Tekel, Upharsln. This is the only by shooting stars that badly, It can always do It. reporter. Dec. I wedding lit the Mt I !ante ran slaw as a t F w.
Interpretation of the thing pass. It's hard to teU the sunset (Tony &)dea In the London Bethal Baptist Church, at Mica-, W r
Mene; numbered. Tekel 1; from the Observer) SINGING CONVENTION nopy at S p.m.
weighed. Vpharsm; divided. dawn.OBSERVER There will be a singing con- All friends and relatives of I
O ventioa at the Mt. Olive Primitive the couple are Invited to attend)
There are some that say Church at J a4vaala
Baptist today '
and .
the wedding reception.'TO
they cannot understand the Time to Remove Instead of on the square to- i 1
meiiif e, others who mistranslate day'i kids are on the bias pm.Choirs from different cities APPEAR IN rROGPAM I
It and thus miss themessa&e buy us this and buy us that
will appear in the program. I The choral group of L o d.//
others who mis- Campaign Signs Recent Kan, Newt)
The public Is Invited Barbara,No. 113 will appear n an
been translated In unmistakable EDITOR, Sun: Now that the 'Watson, reporter. I program today at Lpm
language the languageof I at the St. Paul Baptist! AMONG THE C.tMPUS.OVELIES at Gibhs Junior Collate St. reter
words demonstrated I In election U over, how about One trouble with the younger IOTII ANXI\ ERSIRY !Church at Archer. are trance licit, a sophomore elementary education major from Tampa hor\iV+
deeds for all who have eyes the leaders o f both sides roll- generation Is that Its par- The 40th anniversary of the"': The public Is invited Norman, a freshman home economics major from Gainesville and Jonn |
to view and read, can to Ing up their trouser legs ents aren't. speaking I Woman's Missionary will ham a freshman biology major from Gainesville. The trio of coeds Cm.

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, November I, 1964 t, .: t t, it..q '1I 1 1i
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I 1 ((SatesutlleFlorida' dun CONSCIENCEOF ; The ON THE Defeat RIGHT

JOHN .. HAIUIION, FmlftMt *.< I I Of Goldwater
rvMliMrt I PAT COWLII Viet Pr sl. SOUTH
Beautiful leer SO JOHNSON Vice PmlCHltM4 I
I ...."' ,.* eatery. W. (HillIIIIIIOLf II
Vk ,.... ...eM At.VtrtHini I
University JR.
Vfct PmMMt .* Clrcglttlm M........ N,1AIe By 'RALPH"... "...McGILL... .._n_ I It will have been said, by the time these words appear,
.... dead dead. It is only
W Ailuu, .C H"I THE SUN'S POLICY safe to say that It Is dead If one assumes that otherwise
the Senator would have been elected. The undertaken are
1. Report Hit news fully and Impartially In the news columns,
2. the of the Sun In but In PostVoteCampaign premature, I do believe.
xpru opinions -- only dilonolu of some bear-
r There number of statistical precedents
I 3. Publish" oil lldtl of Important controversial Inu... are i servile things
I Ing. Granted that statistics are wonderfully
The Sun's telephones: All department 378-1111 o which can be ordered around to prove almost anything at
all. Still those conservatives who have given way to despair
might remind themselves that the socialist party la England

only five years ago lost by a percentage roughly equal to
fn i (s ii I Senator Goldwater's: and there they are, back In power
I I Those liberals who have given way to elation should re-
American Education WeekThat r{ mind themselves that the Democrats lost in 1924 by a mar-
Review gin roughly comparable to Senator Goldwater's, just eight

,4L t L years before they seized American history by the mane and
"knowledge Is power" Is quickly as possible, and students not ruled supreme for 20 years.

demonstrated In the story of our presently admissible to the univer POST MORTEM In the

national growth and development.It sities. Before we talk with too much last two weeks of the Presidential ONE YEAR'S landslide loss, In other words, Is not necessarily
would be more accurate, however, pride about "universal opportunityin a permanent thing in a dynamic society, and there
campaign re p o r ters is no reason for American conservatives to believe either
to lay that "the use of knowledge lapower. education" this gap must be clos- traveling with Senator Gold- SURVIVOR that their hearts deceived them In telling them he was right,

." ed. water wrote that he was uttering or that the time will never come again when the American

fighting words, but people can correct our public I
The demand for "practical" edu- Educational opportunity must be policies.The .
they were not spoken by a RATHER LOSE THAN SWITCH?
cation was the moving force behind interpreted as opportunity for the fighting man The candidate odds against Senator
the creation of the land-grant col- kind of education an individual needs Goldwater were enormous, beyond
himself had said a b o u t two the J
leges a century ago, an act which and wants. It ranges from advanced weeks before the election he How to Rebuildthat of his unpopular position.conservatism I ven-

broadened the scope of education to research in nuclear physics to "re- would be glad when It was tured to say after his victory

Include the occupational concerns of fresher courses" in typewriting and over. In California that the'odds

the people. Academic scholarshipwas shorthand for office workers. It Includes By RICHARD WILSON expires, to creating such a will restore the Republican against him were roughly five
balanced with technical know- brief terminal courses in semi- IT COULD NOT be argued Chief, Cowlei Washington party. The ground on whichhe Party to the position of to one, and that the odds were
that the public understood Bureau stands Is shaky, for It was effective opposition which It
at least as great If not
professional and the "non- greater
how areas
and efficiency. Knowledge was this
directly. But without WASHINGTONThe process demonstrated in the election relinquished with Goldwa ter'.
supplemented by doing. This was a credit" special interest courses for question, the senator failed to of reconstruction of the Re- that the Goldwater Ideology Is nomination. ceivable, against any other con

decisive turning point in American adults in modern literature interior make the public accept him publican Party evidently .Is to very risky for those who date. It Is,Republican I believe, Important candi-
higher aducatlon. decoration, and the "home arts." as a serious candidate. He a long and hard one. Senator stand with him or even near IN THE END, however, the to stress this distinction
was not Impressive, save to Goldwater'i post election I him. Two of the most promising reconstruction of the Republican -
the blindly committed. In the statement reveals that adam men the Republican Par Party is more likely to in conducting the post mor-
Today the relationship between Here is where the American Opportunity last weeks even the South, except ant, uncompromising quality ty has seen In a couple of decades hinge on mistakes, politicaland tems.

"output" for educational support and School, the' Community the areas most hopelessly which limited, In the presidential Robert Taft of Ohio otherwise, that President Senator Goldwater won the

"intake" In terms of economic pros- Junior College, has found its mission.It trapped and bound by racist campaign, the wide spectrum and Charls H. Percy of Illinois Johnson may make In the Republican primary In Cali
perity and industrial growth' is perhaps the most phenomenal chains, moved away from essential to any major were victims of their' next four years than upon any fornia. Having done so he was
development in American education him. Southern states that had political party. forced association with the positive acts to rebuild the cast by history as the Inevitable -
I Is an established social I fact. supported Elsenhower and The post election G o 1 Id- Goldwater idea. Few could GOP. candidate of the Republican
It Is not j Just by "happy cor- since the establishment of the land Nixon ceased to believe the water attitude is not one on argue that Sen. Kenneth Keat- Senator Goldwater would do Party. If Governor

relation," or coincidence, that the grant colleges. And the people's response senator was right to say that which Republicans could uni ing could have beaten Robert well to remember, and ap- Scranton, or Governor RockeFeller

n states invest most generously in edu- to it has been overwhelming he was a heroic man who te. The absurdity of creatIng F. Kennedy In New York parently he does remember, or Governor Romney

cation are at the top of the heap in -simply because it was the Inevitable would abolish the Sup reme a political organism on hands down without the Gold- that the position of titular had wrested the nominationat
answer to an insistent demand. Court decisions and the acts the basis of five states in the water complication.Most leader of the Republican Par that point, Goldwater Republicans
business and industrial
of Congress and restore the Deep South shows through of those who survived ty Is only Imaginary. Governor would have desertedthe
in average per capita income, and in good old days of states rights only too clearly. Nor Is It any the disaster last Tuesday Landon of Kansas, aftera GOP In droves even greater
"standard of living" maintained by This is American Education Week, that could be used to perpetuate real consolation that 25 mil were singed and Gov. similar debacle In 1936, than those that deserted!

the people. and the School Boards of Alachua state wrong. The senator lion people voted the Republican George Romney of Michigan could exercise no titular power the Party In protest against
and Bradford Counties are appropriately can hardly be other than ticket. This only shows appeared as if he thoughthe and no power of any kind. Senator Goldwater's nomina
e engaged in "celebrating" it byworklni' ashamed of his Southern cam that there does remain a had been only miraculously Herbert Hoover did not lead tion.
In the early days of the American paign, made beneath the Con-
broad base for a major opposition delivered from the com- the Republican Party after t/s
public school the elimination of illi- on a survey for the State federate flag with the flag of political party but not, mon fate. The kind of Repub- defeat in 1932, nor did Rich IF* ONE THEN adds to this

teracy was the primary challenge.But Department of Education preliminary 'his country conspicuously absent as Goldwater seems to assume lican, on the whole who survived ard M. Nixon In 1960. No one division the natural factors
fortunately the democratic con to the authorization of a Junior and with the worst of for a Goldwater party. Is of the Romney leads the Republican Party that worked for Lyndon Johnson -
College in the the racist groups the most type. Rep. John Lindsay of those who are using it
cept prevailed, and equal opportunity two-county area, witha except -a new President enjoy
for, continued educational development strong and diversified occupational prominent Dixie In a majority of his THE SENATOR Is to de- New York City Is one of as a vehicle to go somewhere.ThuS ing s political honeymoon, sustained -
throngs. vote his full time after Jan. these, and he may help to ; the man who advances by the trauma that persists .
became the goal. This emphasis to serve present and 3 when his Senate t er mSunquotablcs provide the kind of leadership
This was a failure of the toward leadership is, In as the result of the as-
principle of universality and equality growing needs. man. His dismayed a p o sties deed-Romney, It should be sassination of his predecessor -

Ie4 to "straight-line" develop sought to say, In the closing remembered that he Is to buoyed by the felicitous
ment of a school system'from K to This we. think, is symptomatic of days of the campaign that I of !he WetiK'1' serve not for only two yearsas cooperation of the world

kindergarten to graduate school. the School Board's plan and policy to the press and television had Governor of Michigan, around him, a booming econ

upgrade the Alachua County schools erected an acoustical wall I bl' omy, a Communist world
through which the senator's One Goldwater rooter wasn't fazed by the Johnson land- momentarily paralyzed by introversion
That "straight line" is serving the to a "better than average" mark as words could not be heard. slide. Hours after the outcome he ventured, still smiling term under a Michigan const : It would have

purpose it was designed for but measured by state standards. The lo- Such a charge was preposterous "The first report I heard gave Goldwater a lead, and I itutlonal l amendment. taken Jumbo sized miracleto

since World War II a conspicuousgap cation of the University here has on Its face. The trouble, quit while I was ahead.". Should he win again In 1966 accomplish a victory for
as the election revealed he would have a chance to
has appeared, a gap through given the county its reputation as was any man who seemed to be
the contender in the
people were hearing him DEMOCRACY AT WORK eclipse any
which youth are being propelled into an "educational center." But to main only too well.SENATOR Where else besides America (and specifically Alachua GOP, and by 1968 resent saying to the people that the

adult society with inadequate train tain that reputation the school system County) could citizens cast their votes for Jayne Mansfieldand ments against the Johnson reigning sun king should be

ing and preparation to cope with a must meet the test of quality at GOLDWATERwas Jacr Benny for governor. It happened here In the Humphrey rule may hare impeached because his soulis
world more complex and demanding every level in classroom procedures perhaps the one major write-in free-for-all Tuesday. Other write-in vote getters- grown.If .
figure who has appeared, In Sigsbee Scruggs for county Judge and Robert King Kish Goldwater, however Is American consent at lye. ,
than it has ever been. It sometimes teaching facilities, guidance American politics who was so for governor. to stand In this rock like should not then, so far as I

called the "vocational" gap. As a programs, effective administration difficult for reporters to cover position on a set of principles can see' lose heart, althoughsome

matter of fact, it Is both vocational and salary schedules. fairly. In the early weeks reporters ONE THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY which hardly anyone ful- of them should, finally
and academic.: sought to protect him Some typos wind up getting caught, like this one that ly understands he Is as likely and forever, put aside that

Our American schools the against his verbal Indiscre nearly made the Sun last week: "Deputies are seeking to weaken the remaining consoling. dogma they have
are symbol tions. It was not possible to three High Springs youths all under two for ques- opposition as to strengthen it. tucked under their pillowsever
We refer to the 60 per cent of of American culture, the indexof protect him against himself.He tioning in the break in which netted $H> In merchandiseand To say now that the fight Inside since Winkle was defeated

American youth who cannot, or our democratic conviction the was painfully unprec I. e cash.. the Republican Party Is in 1940, namelyw that the

should not, pursue the "straightline" barometer of our prosperity, our insurance with the spoken word. to be carried on Is tantamount Republicans have only to
for MEANWHILE, BACK ON THE FIELD to saying that this par nominate s sure-enough conservative
because of academic indifference plan tomorrow's genera Here was a man, more than
Some people watch birds and some birds focus their ty would rather lose than to guarantee a
special vocational interests or tion. any candidate In recent years, glasses on people. Like the two sports writers In the Florida switch swtep, coast to coast. That
economic stringency. They include who had been the creation of Field press box who turned to the crowd during dull little romantic wraith was for

high school drop-outs (occurring in We agree with Gardner Cowles press the 1960 and radio. Well before er moments of a dull game between the Gators and Auburn THIS IS NOT the posture ever Interred by the vote

increasing numbers), young people "Tomorrow belongs to the educators been on the convention covers of he had "There must be some other place to do that" said which major political party last Tuesday, And henceforward
magazines the first, spying a couple locked In an embrace In the can maintain and survive. A
who must "prepare for jobs" as had received countless conservatives will, I
far reaches of the end lone seats. "At least we can see party Is formed to win elections
hope be forever liberated
columns of newspaper space whoa winning that game," Said the other; not as a monument to
and had become a familiarand from the Platonic trance that
the principles of one man or
appealing figure on the one has only to make Truth
one group, and not to create
television screens of the na of those available as an alternative to
tion. He was grist In their a martyrdom sacrificed their Error, In order to rest secure.
Voice of the WHY SHE SMILESFrom who have political -
y People \ mills. He was news until he lives to the conserva- Truth is s demurs lady, much

was thrown on his own. Politics The Shreveport turned well turned ankles. tive cause too ladylike-to knock you on
can be cruel. 0 nee the the head
La., Journal They also played hob with Conservatism Is not advanced and drag you to her
iOn The Sun's Opinion Page.Oplnlm .-- --- senator could was I on be the platformhe Just when the stiletto heel floors, as the Louvre has discovered by being defeated. It advances cave. She Is there, but the
protectedfrom was about to Join the high- but it was not until only when It can exert people must want her, and

eel .*mm..... .f Sun m4.rt ere ..Ic.... In the Vl. *l eke ,...1.! coleus. L* t.f* himself. buttoned shoe as a museum men stopped criticizing them a restraining Influence. Social seek her out.
...... t* ilfw4 eel .... the .,'11.'. ...dr.... 1'4.' _. will k* wiMkeid. II ...w..,<4. A lens ikmkimt piece, the directors of the that began to ism Is not headed off by
...... SOU ...<. .** ....<.' h.HH%* .. Mb I ... side a. III. ...... ,...., ...... k. .114 The SENATOR GOLDWATERcan women stop having Its FINALLY AMERICAN
See _.,.. Ik. Hkl to relICt .., kltM w H .here.. It, wilkivl ckiM Ik* .,,,..'. m,,m.* w if he wishes, be of service Louvre threaten to revive the wearing them. opposition perishon conservatives
("...,. to his country On the style by tilling i I women Ever since the Garden of the ramparts. This Is the are entitled hotly
visitors they cannot wear It. over-simplified cavalier attitude to resent the notion that the
other hand. If he has not dismayed have tried tell'women
Eden to
The Natiolt'sFreedom Our country has been numbered signs the When the long, needle-sharp men which has hounded the returns have transcribed for
and weighed in the balances leg up all of the litter and by extreme his right wing heels were the height of fash- how to behave, and Goldwater movement from all time the American consensus
and groups unprecise use inn milady clung to them despite with notable lack of success. the beginning and If It Is to
has come up wantIng It sure would look good to of the English on the critical Issues of
language and
Fades In love for freedom, In see ad signs down at once, by defeat they will be seek painful experience. The The fact that they art still be continued it will be hardto our day. It Is unsafe to con-
moral atatue, and In self reliance. especially on the corners of ing to head national spikes caught In sidewalk 1 trying may account for the find the consensus neededIn clude that the people endorsed -
EDITOR, Sun: In the day One can only wonder Southeast lot Avenue at coalition of the up extreme a gratings got wedged In escalators smile on the face of the the Republican Party for a the President's ambiguous

of a feast of Belshaxzar, In If In the providence of God, Southeast 1st Street and 2nd right. Should he accept political caused accidents and Mona Usa new beginning. foreign policy that they are

the same hour came forth the we as a country, deserve to Street. this possible offer, he can only prepared to endure the rigorsof
of man's hand and exist as, free men GEORGE D. MASON Increase
fingers s the divisions among a coerced egalitarianism
wrote over against the lamp As freedom fades the sunset us. POTOMAC FEVERBy (in New York both Keating:

stand upon the plaster of the may appear to be beautiful I and Kennedy were constrained -
wall of the King's palace: the yellow blue, purple The Rep :can party has JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau to come out against the
I believe that If become. In
England some states a
"And this Is the writing that
pink and reds. But then bussing of studentj to Integrated
wants to do Goldwater In
something really party.
was Inscribed: Mine Men e, the darkness of marked Sen. Goldwater said he'd
night, badly H can always do it. one wonders what Sena- pull a Harry Truman upset but he neglected one schools). prematureto
Tekel Upharsin. "This Is the only by shooting stars that Item-he forgot to be Truman.
suppose that the question
(Tony Boydta to the LoodoiObtrmr tor Goldwater now thinks of
Interpretation of the thing: pass. It's hard to tell the sunset Is forever .nled whether to
) the Republican convention --
Mene; numbered. divided.Tekel; from the dawn.OBSERVER and the spirit of It, In Hit Can it be that Goldwater fcs just a born drop-out He didn't finish at the retain the federal lystem.
weighed. Upharsin; I South, the Republican partyis university-and now he's flunked the entrance exams for the electoral college. What the consenrsllvts I

There are some that say largely extremist and racist -- need to meditate upon is
they cannot understand the Time to Remove Instead of on the square I today's In phlloeophy. Neither the There'll be a lot of Dixie Republicans in the House next year You can just something more thai. the ar-
message, others who mistranslate kids are on 1M bias candidate nor the state Gold- hear Charley Hallack announcing a caucus: "Y'all come, now, hear?" tificial factors that tended to
it and thus miss the buy us this and buy us that water organizations were honestly -- militate In President John

message others who mis- Campaign SignsEDITOR Russell, It..., Newt) coMervative. They were Well the Republicans don't have Main any more but they can always counton son's favor They need to develop

been translated In unmistakable Sun: Now that the I radical and their conduct was food old rock ribbed Muwlsslppl. if they can, a political -
language the languageof extreme. The senator couldbe -- Idiom which will successfully -
words demonstrated In election Is over how about One trouble with the younger of service to the two party You can tell the campaign Is over and no hard feelinjrs. The TV station in communicate to the
deeds for all who have ekes the leaders of both sides roll generation, la thai Its parents system by moving to oust Austin Texas, put in a free plug for a white elephant salt. massesof the people the Inextricable
to view and read, tart to ing 'up their trouser legs, aren't on speaking the radicals and restore con relationship between
hear, and hearts to u n d e rltand. grabbing s shovel s broom terms with It. (Wichita Deancm trol to more moderate, acceptable Hubert Humphrey b going t. demand a recount. He's just found oat. that their political ideas and
and a mop and start clean- ) leadership. the vice president can't make speeches in the Senate. the best ideals 0I11wzw1kmd.6A .

( November 8, 1964 (;, "*.vU! Sun 7A

( String Quartet In Concert Nov. 11 not night's as concert.yet had Those the privilege who have of group roger of and songs arias by from Arthur Puccini's"La Hon- Alain. Mrs. Otto will sing arias jVcrdl.I Brahms, Rachmaninoff

hearing great chamber musicIn Boheme." and songs by Bach, H a y d n,land Hagrman. _

I I person, we urge you not to Mary Pat Otto soprano, and
By REID POOLE bles In the world. The Quartet JJ work of Guarnerlus del Gesu, miss the to hear the
Chairman,. UP I I opportunity Lee Otto, organist, will share a "A lust ;boldly provocative production? "- tlAeAlINI
made )
five extremely suc- NTNG made In Cremona in 1731. Second Fine Arts Quartet senior recital in the University _
Department of Music cessful European tours and I violinist Abram Loft ownsa Looking Ahead Auditorium Sunday afternoon .:\ ,
The Fine Arts String Quartetof makes the concert circuit in Balestrieri made In MantuaIn Sarah Traverse November 22 at 4.00 Thereis '
POST Turner soprano pm.
Chicago will play a concert America annually, has made rr 1771 faculty artist on the University no charge for the recital and I \ "'I ;fl .
in University Auditorium : )
dozens .
of recordings; and has a Gerald Stanlek owns a viola of Florida Departmentof the public Is cordially Invited m"
:: 'Wednesday evening November
11 at 8:IS under the national reputation for Its appearances made by G. P. Magginl in Music staff, with W1 Hard to attend. Mr. Otto will offer \ s.
auspicesof on radio and tele- Brescia about 1600. Its age and Bach r.
the University of Florida BrISk at the piano, and assisted organ compositions by ? .
Council. vision not only In numerous its excellent state of preservation by Reid Poole, French horn, Paul Hindemith! and Jehan) .-
educational television concerts, would qualify the Instrument will present a concert In the ..
Solid Progr.mThree but by frequent I ... ... RICHARD PETERBURTON.a'mOLE
appearances on I as a museum piece of University Auditorium Tuesday
compositions, one each
such commercial shows as the"Today" wi (great price It Is only througha
November 17 at 813:
from the 8th, its, and 20th fi I
show, Ed Sullivan, stroke good musical fortune
centuries, make the i I There Is no admission chargefor ,
gram. The concert up opens with pro and the like. I that the viola remains in active the program. Mrs. Turner \. ...,...- I HAL WALLI S'_ ,
The stellar of the i service as a performing Instrument .. ..
the classical Quartet In G Major personnel will offer compositions by Bach, .......... f'I I
Quartet Includes Leonard Sort- with this great ensemble.
several lieder by Schubert a
Opus 77, No. 1 by Franz I ew11/.rar."' I
Joseph Haydn. This will be In and Abram Loft violins, (George Sopklns" cello la a Gofftiller I
followed by the Quartet No. 3, Gerald Stanick, viola, and made in Venice In 172t' .O*,;...;n )nfltoM.1l IIIIIlIlIttM IIMItwra!
Opus 22, by Paul Hindemith, George Sopkin, cello. Don't Mhi It 'I TV'nCH GAYER CI.EM'WRD: ANHAIT JEWfAfouiiH) 1 J JSffr I
20th The very instruments playedby As this column has stated 'RENT'.A. I PANAVI1ION TtCMNICOlO'
the great' century master! :
who died just last December. the Quartet! are in themselves before, people who have experienced Ii30u4:04: \
newsworthy for their age great chamber music: TtllVISION "It FLORIDA TODAY }
Concluding the program is the I FR 20433n ::3S.9:1Z r
and for Ian maker. First violinist Sorkln '
the fact that each one in person we urge you not to tt w. L !4Ii
lush romantic Quartet in B flat .
ma tor. Onus 67 by Johannes was produced by a master Ilal- plays_a fine_speciman_ of the to attend next Wednesday I ,

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"Black Saturday" that Florldi c I I k j
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football fans have come to tar ,
each Mason caught up will I
the Galon In the form of at
opportunity grabbing Georgia
team In the Gator Bowl on Nor.
T, 1964: -
The result was a'14-7 Bulldog
victory that shattered Florlda'i
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time Florida lead with two final *
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ring one wu a horror left ovet
from Halloween a week ago.

That came when the Bulldogs tile MM.s a. .... Devil

r small picking child up Gator finding fumbles shiny like pebbles a HISTORY, IN THE MAKING: UF'g Charlie Cuscy Catches No. 30, a 12-Yardcr .

.'. at the beach, lined up for
a three point field goal play something this time. He darted It was a game of separate had an opportunity to get an- Georgia, held to one first It was paradoxical that the gla cashed: : In on a 30-yard 21 and that spelled disaster. 1
from the UF five with just over after the loose ball, picked it halves. Florida dominated the other. Its likely the strategywill down and 40 yards of offense the Caters, with only three fumbles soiree after the UF kicked out. Georgia pushed to a flrsf
eight minutes to go and the up and ran right Into the corner first 30 minutes and Georgiahad be replayed for awhile. The first half, went to work In the in six games and 24 quarters Halfback Fred Barber went the down at the 10, slowed at the
game deadlocked 7-7. of the ,end tone for the Gator went for a field goal late third quarter. previously, lost three Saturdayin last two yards and Etter kick. Live, then came \the muffed
The snap from center slipped touchdown that won It command the last two pe In the quarter on a fourth and The Bulldogs got Into position about 20 minutes spanning ed the point. That was with field goal turned Into I game-.
P off bolder Preston Ridlehuber's I So It was a story of fumblesIn riods. two situation at the Georgia with Florida's first scrimmage the third and fourth periods 1111: to go. winning touchdown.The .
hands. Specialist Bob Etter, he the end. Four that .the Ga. The Gators drove 13 yards eight. Jimmy Hall missed from play of the second half, The Gator defense held the f One play after the kicked return fears of Florida's coacheswere
doesn't do anything but kick extra I tors lost and one that Georgia for a second quarter, touch the IS and the Caters had shot an Allen TrammeJl fumble, and Red and Black twice at the UF fullback John Felber turn. realised In the final two
points 1.11 field goals, did didn't. down to take their 7-0 lead. They their offensive wad for the day, stayed.In charge.COLL'MBVS 17 and at the one before Ceor bled Georgia, got It at.theW (Ceotinuee! ea Page It) ',

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Braves' Atlanta Move

Postponed One Season

II flaw II
PHOENIX, Ariz (AP) -The Owners from both he National owners. Ho sold baseball must rosters In an unrestricted draft .
Braves were ordered to play hi and American Leagues also have a true cur to regain pub 2. Centralization of all high < -* w.t
Milwaukee next season but I agreed to another key move; To lic confidence and stop the flood baseball offices commission
granted permission to move to again make the baseball com of criticism directed against it er, and headquarters of the two
Atlanta the following year as missioner a true strong man. In In recent years. major leagues and the minor
baseball's upper echelons the pattern of the legendary Other recommendations arrived leagues one of the two-team t
wound up a historic meeting Kenesaw Mountain LandIs. at during the Joint session 1 cities In the majors, New York,
Saturday on a climactic note I The owners agreed to restoreto of the two leagues which closed Chicago or Los Angeles. 1
The National League took the commissioner: who succeeds the three-day meeting: t. Expansion of the college ... ,dSwiiilford
action of the Braves' efforts to the retiring Ford Frick' 1. Overwhelming approval fora summer program from three to
shift their franchise,' tint directing \ next year the full powers of the free agent draft of high school four leagues.
the club fulfill the cot- office, thus giving him unlimited and college players to replacethe 4. A program for the recruiting -
tract with Milwaukee County Jurisdiction ever an aspectsof first-year rule. Toe free and development of young
1. playing there In 1965, then voting the game. agents would be combined with umpires. 'IiI
j! unanimously to allow the Frick hlmeelf' triggered this I first-year players not carried on The National League's actionIn G \ I
f( team to go south m 196&. step In a stirring-speech to the big league clubs' 40-man winterPLAT the case of the' Braves probably r
was the only maneuver. that 1
I would extricate the club from ;
Its legal tangle and still pave i
I the way for Its move Into potsl-
fa M Wy more lucrative territory. I
+: i Some Time
The Braves, who were the
first modern big league club to C Catch Broke Mark Set 1916
ti'G twitch homes when they moved 8el'* jn
from Boston to Mdwaukee In
I 19S3, have been exploring the
":4VS possibilities of transferring to
d i : Atlanta for some time .
I Club officials were to nave i.
asked permission to move next
season at a special league meetIng Penn State Bucks
S at New York m Oct. 22.. Rips
I However Milwaukee County
I'obtained a temporary court -
1. s fears 4; 4 5 e I order the day before restrainingthe Ohio (API) -. fumbling giant Saturday and touchdowns Ohio State t.lltcllo Kunit scored Penn Slate's laJT
club from asking to move I Penn State's four time keen bear the highly favored Bucks reach enemy territory until the two touchdowns ort runs of lw/ *
.. ) re I, and no such request was madeat turned Ohio State's second-rank 274 In what must go. Into the final minute. and five yards. QuarterbaJC
I the meeting. ed Juggernaut Into a stumbling. books as the season s biggest The Bucks appeared\ battered Gary Wydman counted another
ti '' upet oa a three yard option :
7Ss moT bewildered and were completely rusw
The Nittany Lions la winning futile In the opening half and Dirk! Nye put ever tilt open:
Houston Deadlocks FSU their fourth (n four starts I Ian they failed'' I to score a first er when he recovered Urbanik
r against' the Bucks annihilated down, and wound up with a,I'rumble In the end tone. :::
With Comeback 13.13 both the offense and the defense,mlrajs 14 yardage A crowd of ....m wUneucC'
I 01 Coach Woody Haves' Big Tea I It wasn't much better In the I't the contest moving Ohio Slate's
HOUSTON (AP) Conference leaders. second Half. Ohio Slate's Initial.nve-game gala to Sl3O. It wi.C
Sophomore wlta LeI Murdock attempting a I
t ; II quarterback Bo Borris led,24-yard field goal, but tt was With quarterback Gary WydrSan first down came with gilt: left Dads Day and the fathers of-
h q M i Houston to two fourth quarter,wide. guiding the Lions and fuB- In the third quarter and It was(most players. were seated 04
1 touchdowns for I eono-fron-I Ii Houston successfully held off back Tom Urbantk blasting the on a penalty The Bucks bad ,the sideline for the lIum laUllr:;
II i behind 1J-12 football tl. with:the vaunted passing Semlnole forward wall Penn lute scored only/ five first downs for the 'defeat. _
t i Florida State University Satur quarterback Steve Tensl la every quarter as It handed lire day their lowest output .j i The only thing Ohio State wotC
+ ',I
I His favorite receiver. Fred Ohio State Us first shutout In 41 memory. was the opening,, toss. -+

S' b I day.The Senlnoles held a l>point BiletnOwff, left (he game after games and blasted any nationalchampionship
Ire MS' bo first play with a kg ouacle bop**.
i Bfletnikoff ranked The victors went IS yards to How Ten Fared t
454 Nourroo .It) r w rl. cramp. second Top
:ssvIr -Y nationally la pass, receptions. ef", plays S. to live G .lamen 1'
I bdaww.. :7 and M la 1. for their
Dame beat
w..q wools -- -- 1. Notre (7-0) Pittsburgh. l7-IS.
Il Tho battle of the (fee sidependents 2. Ohio Stale (I-U tot to Penn. State. ?7-fl. I .
: == ; left Houston with I 2-4 .. .
Y er .s .. Arizona Wins Alabama (8-0) beat LSI17 '. I
,I ewe,_ .... I season mark and the favored 4. Arkaanaa (S-0) beat Rkt. 210. ,
.fit Yard.east.../ e e e/ Seminoles U-L Florida States
I. Nebraska (80') beat Kisses 147. i
TUCSON: Arts. tAP) -FUR-
only loss was to Virginia Tech
advantage when. Burrts throwIng Burls' back Preston Davis plunged one I. Tevu (71) beat Baylor. 2111. !
eonverskm attempt 7. Tech T.n.. .. 2: 14. :
Georgia (7-1)tot to 4 i
resulted la the touchdownsla raN for touchdown wKb 44weonde
after Howtoa'i second tally bn a ..
; .. UmUaiu St. (J-l-1) tot .. Alabama. n... -:-: .
.. -. the final quartet the right poet and eventual) to play to give Arttonaa Florida
.. S. .tot
( %) to Georgia 14-7.
THAT PUT GATORS W THE HOLE IN THIRD QUARTERi.TramasrtTa Florida Slate made a frantic "preved to cost Houjtoo a yeastblc 14-7 victory ever Idaho Satan .y.
I* Purdue (3.2) tot to Mkhlgaa 81. 21-7. :
Hit hard Fumbles, Ceergia'a vVnm Recover ea Florida J4 drive as the doing araneau victory. day.

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f i ,
Is Tulane


Goal: Ouster '!7 By LARRY WOODS In the Peach State after witnessing "We.just worked real hard
1i I Sun Sports Writer the reception be received. and went after them. As for the
There as so much kissing kids well I couldn't be prouder
JACKSONVILLE And they and hugging and more kissing, ," he added.

\ ? My a younger man (Vince Dooley and more hugging that It reminded Big Ray Rlssmiller l giant-size
From SEC Is supposed to be polite and
) one of a spicy Italian Bulldog tackle promptly said i
considerate to Jail elders\ (Ray movie mouth fun following the Gator

= JACKSONVILLE The 196 football season li two years Graves), and furthermore Little beads of sweat popping downfall "This Is the greatest
'- away but the Tulane schedule mesa has everyone talking. '.what's all that Jazz about be. from his receding hairline Dooley Georgia team ever" But then

.. Word this weekend from various people high In athletic having yourself when you go was persuaded back Into he added "The coaches really
circles at Georgia and Florida Is that Tulane has been j visiting, especially out of state: the dressing room and continued got us ready for this one."
r I Mr. Dooley and the Georgia with the Interview. "We Just r.nlnlo Alabama at
working toward this goal whatever It may be for their
some time and should know what It Is doing. Bulldogs apparently awhile forgot Satur- "Actually Florida deserves the wrong time of the year"
Gator athletic director Ray Craves always has had a (manners here for of the credit for stopping us as muchas echoed Preston Rid I ehub-

Z.: personal belief that the Dixie Dozen was too large when day\ as they pulled one Conference they did, especially In that er, Georgia's whiz bang quar-

there were 12 members and still feels the same about the "by" 'atIaOl (t, )big coups grid in matches.Southeastern second half," remarked Dooley. terback. '

;: Elite Eleven as It has been renamed since Georgia Tech Ate I Controlled Ball "It was simply a matter of

:;'withdrew. ] But no one can honestly say The way Georgia controlled team unity," chimed In halfback
*- Alf Van Hooie of the Birmingham, Ala., News has noted [I I Georgia's youthful coach Is' a the ball for the final two periods Fred Barber. "We've waited .
;, that It will take a vole of eight .f the other II members I real bad guy. He's modest to a you would have thoughtit a long time for this one."
'to force the Green Wave's withdrawal. I point of almost being unheard. was their personal property. Five years to be exact.MEN'S .
7 Van bone does not think this will materialize. He feels It's his team that are the bad
the SEC will reprimand the Grecnlts where it will hurt I guys. Just ask any Florida footlballer '
w 'nONE or fan. FASHION
OF FLORIDA'S FOUR FUMBLES: Even Dooley's first words In

Spurrier Drops Ball, Georgia.. Recovers on Gator 11 the dressing room were In
praise of the defeated Gators. I
"Don't think otherwise Rorlda %, -t' vt'' #vt
snuTIrn .
jmoat. has a tremendous football team. ,
to We Played Poor Game? They Just bad the best field position _

in the first half and we
had It In the second half" said 1S* 4 9

Graves S ays After LossBy Dooley. Made Mistake ;: ,; .

:;: In the pocketbook. That would come about by deprlvlng .
.- Tulane of Its share of post season bowl money, Dooley made the mistake of
: LARRY WOODS us backed to the wall, But this I And I don't believe they wanted
.close to 75000. leaving the dressing room and
San Sports Writer still Is a tremendous of to win than'we
.:= The reasoning would be that Tulane hurting for financescan't group any more walking Into a crowd of Georgia
JACKSONVILLE "We are boys and they will bounce did said the Gator tackle
'- afford the cutoff of funds. For example, the Tulane- fans milling around the Bulldog .
lucky didn't get beat worse, back predicted Graves. .
we ,
football this season drew only lt.000 beneath the Gator 1J
Mississippi Ga.
; game said a long faced Ray Graves Graves said he was taking 'But, said the Cairo quarters J -
.fans to huge Sugar Bowl stadium which will seat 12,000 senior "they did (win),.and It.., BowL It was quickly apparentwho
IT comfortably. here Saturday after the Georgia any and all blame for a fluke Is the coach K _
now Just so much history. rising young
Bulldogs had stuck their determined field goal try Just before the '

f One Less Would Help snout In Florida's private [second half sounded. It was
little football bubble. fourth and two yards to go for 4 dYY
IAfter Graves has said a lot of thingsin a first down and at the Georgia +
paying Mississippi's guarantee plus game expensI
:: there can't be too much left for the coffers at Tulane. his coaching career and no seven- yard line. I s ..
..- That's Van Hooie's theory.' This comer feels the SEC one, but no one, can dispute him "It' was a bad call on my .Yf"gY y b F e. 3
:;wlll wekome the' chance to eliminate Tulane despite the on this little item. part," admitted Graves. "I
--storied history of the Green Wave In previous yews. "We played poor ball game thought it was two or a little MOTORS INC-
:::-, It would make a league of 10 teams, still i little too Georgia didn't," remarked the more to go when! actually it was

:...large for flexible scheduling as In a round ., robin to disappointed\ Gator coach. less Now, I believe we should
-football which would determine a true champion. That Florida's bowl hopes "They have gone for the yardage," he 15 N.W. 14th Ave. AND PUMMELED THE SECRET OF "TEN
hM been
DERIZED" LEATHER. ChiN tall feather that
went out the window I'm I
=:would mean nine conference foes and one outside team. said. ..
y added Graves pounded,pummeled,kneaded, folded again and aallIl1DtU it'soft
afraid. shaking Jack Card the little man with
-Just too many. / and .uppo-ready for your foot to relax in. Even the sole.have .
H: The SEC could however, follow the formula of the his head. the mammoth punch suffered a IS MOVINGTO been "Undtrlwd" In t ipfclal Maionlnr preparation. Then
Big Ten. Starting In 1965. the Big Ten will boost Its foot.Lball "Georgia controlled the ball knee Injury and may be out of they are roped and re-rolled (like I baker rolli dough. Result
:; slate to 10 games. The league minimum will be seven so much In the second half thatit commission for several weeks A SMALLER LOCATION SOON! flnlihed tolt M flexible you fan curl It around your band. Let
:::games with a rotation policy to keep everyone moving was Impossible for us to ret Other Injuries of the serious your feet know and enjoy this new experience in foot comfort.
around playing everyone else within| a few years into scoring position. The way variety were not yet known Shot ihown ii ty BOSTONIAN.
Florida Slate remember would like to Join the SEC. they'were moving US' around In Saturday afternoon. I MUST REDUCE
=The Seminoles have the credentials, certainly. But FSU's that second half It was J Just "We'll take Monday off," said Avoiloble in black 7 to 13,

_:hopes are almost non t existent until the league either lucky we didn't get beat worse Graves "and probably get backto INVENTORY! A, B. C. D, E Widths $19.95

""splits Into divisions, say of seven or eight teams eachor than we did," he added work for Florida State on Sold Exclusively In Gainesville at-
keeps reducing itself for whatever reasons.It Not Cheerful Tuesday." I
should not be forgotten that Memphis State and South- Florida's dressing quarters First Tune No RtoionobU Offer Refused '
ern Mississippi would like to Join; too. And It has been not. was about as cheerful as a Big Dennis Murphy bowing J.
M. .ed many times before If the split comes due to the Into- Khrushchev house warming and In defeat for the first time to i W. Hove Cars With No Down Payments Si \? i J (1fl ;

gratlon barrier, look for Kentucky, Tennessee Vanderbilt, the parents and friends waiting his native counterparts from'
-'Georgia, Florida and perhaps FSU on one Side LSU Alabama outside for the wounded Caters Georgia, was the last Gator to OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON 225 W. University Ave.

=, Auburn Mississippi, Mississippi State, MemphisState shared In their defeat. abandon the dressing room. I Free Parking 1st Federal Lot
Larry Dupree walked hand on
+ Southern Mississippi on the other, "I can't say what happened
clasped with his wife across the

Caug10l!thn Run.' : ':-0-" south end of the Gator Bowl
nodding his head. "I felt like a

Sports Illustrated notes the: reunion between General million dollars out there duringthe

James A. Van Fleet and U. S. Senator Speissrd Hollandat first half. I Just don't know
Florida's Homecoming before 71,000 fans. How's that what happened," said the Gator

.again? Seventy five thousand fans team captain.
= Know why Mlsilislppl Is called 01. Mina The name Dupree looked and ran like I
:'101. back to the earliest days of plantation life when fam- the Dupree of old In the first ,M !. flAf-

,.w.'py servants: referred to their owner's wife as "Ole Miss." two periods, racking up 27yardsIn ".
'the name has beea "official' since 1IM. six carries and scoring the .. _

Pro football fans should be happy today. One game at Gator's only touchdown. In the

1:30: p.m., another at 4. Reason for the twin bill. The final half the Macclenny senior :,f
high cost of the package deal Only way to keep the sponsors carried the ball only ONE time

happy was to provide so many "commercials" during Georgia was that much In con. :;.", .
::-,the season. There will be another bobtail twlnblll later this trol of the ball. .
year. "Ceorgla Just played well ?J "

=: Bill McGrotha, Tallahassee Democrat sports editor, feels enough to win and we didn't" '. t,'

:'that the people who run the Gator Bowl game ought to do said assistant coach Pepper '
:. the gentlemanly thing If the Seminoles get a bid In 1M4 Rodgers, one of the last to t a r j
t tw&
,and change the name of the thing. leave Florida dressing room. $, 1 rl

':: Miami's one-year probation at the hands of the NCAA Wanted Us .; w'.
= :Ifor a basketball violation did not come as too much of a' "Georgia wanted us and waited :
.. :surprise to some folks hereabouts. One of them said, "Ml- \little time coming after us,"

:... ..aml has more transfers than a retired street car con- he added.
:" ductor." I The Bull Cator was patient r:#
with scribes who drifted In and t'
out of the dismal den. "I really ;

M :Baby Gators hated to see this bunch lose because
Nip \If they could have stayed

together for a win today it's possible
they could have gone thereat
Biillpups 2220ATHENS of the way," h, said. .
'This Is not a great football

Ca. Florida's tackle for the final nine yards. team. For one thing we have
Baby Gators utilized two reCovered His extra point boot was good, had too many Injuries keeping :

fumbles and a blocked and that proved to be the dif
punt for two touchdowns and a ference.

field goal, defeating Georgia's i Georgia drove 13 yards In II !.e. AP) Why buy a new suit ? .
Bullpups 23-20 here Friday North Carolina
plays for a second period methodically
afternoon In a freshman foot- touchdown. Byrd got the six ground out a 29-0 Atlantic Coast A

ball game.The points with a 13 yard run. Conference victory over Cle-
Baby Gators claimed a II moon Saturday, sticking mostly
-Ceorgla bobble on the second Ruwetl Berry cut It to 1-7 with to the ground and keeping

Z-'play of the game at the Bull. an extra point Clemson bottled upIndividual .
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Sunday November t, 1954 Gefe.avflle Sen ?03

f Bulldogs BurstGators' Bright Spot in a Dark Day

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.. '" .( from Page II) the ensuing punt on a fair catch result of a reinjury to his l 4-. w e,

periods. Georgia limply ball- at their M. On the first run. bruised ribs. Ha was slammed / v Ed ie Davis
.controlled the Gators Into de DIng play,Trammell fumbled. hard on a line smash and the j' r' &w 1'r ;
Georgia, piling right over tackle hard trying UF back Just '
.feat.Florida was so stymied that it through guard nothing fan couldn't hold the balL f V Mi err
wasn't until the final 50-odd seconds cy, got to the 17 before a!I Florida played without Alan d, v
the Caters could move. fourth down option. play was Poe and Jack Harper Feiber .q
Starting from their one after a smeared. slowed, Don Knapp rein jured. t M z
Bulldog kick, the IT 54 The Caters have two weeks
got Spurrier fumbled three plays
to get ready for rival Florida ,| .. '
yards closer, thanks, to passesto later at the 1L This time it M\
end Charles Casey for 13 took a one-handed interceptionby State, fast r coming Miami and 2
yards and another.to bark Jim- linebacker Jim :Bernhardt at strong ISO. The Gators came
back after their loss to
my Jordan for 42. the one to blunt this effort
Only a second was left andSpurrier's Thereafter, the story and the Alabama. Now, can they comeback .r;
from an upset defeat'The'U _
desperation throwfor glory belonged to the hard hitting -
write the at
the end zone was picked offby men of Georgia and young answers MI
Tallahassee Gainesville and
Doug Me Falls at the final Coach Vince Dooley. The Gators ,
Baton Rouge.
uuzzer. Just got moved out of the way.
...., Showed Muscle Nothing shows it better than the Scars by quarters:
Florida I 7 I I- 7
Florida showed some of Its fact Georgia tried only two +
I S 114-14
finest offensive muscle on Its passes, completed none and thus
:::*.S3 yard effort. It seatured a I probably promoted the Gatorsto Fla-Dupree, 7, run; Hall .h
:- : great pass catch by Casey, the No. 1 ranking in pass de- ( )
;: one that shattered the all-time fense. That will be a hollow Ca-Barber,2,47Etter ..., .,,:
(kick) Skirts Iliglit End
VF record, slick running by rank, to the least.
I say UFs Takes Pitchout from
tarry Dupree and newcomer The Caters kept a steady Ga-Etter, 4, run. Etter Duprcc Spurrier. .
Graham McKeel, his first effort (Kick)
stream of fresh linemen In and - -- -
got,16 yards, and a dlpsy-do option out of action all day. But Georgia f k

by Spurrier. I ate up three, four five, III
The Gators got four fir i 11 t I yards behind halfbacks. Barber What the Writers Say 0-r

downs before Dupree hipped Bob Taylor and fullbacks
around' end, faked defensive Leon Armbrewster and Frank v..
I back Wayne Swinford and scored -Lankiewici. JACKSONVILLE Here'i what the writers are saying to. than five minutes In the closing quarter as Florida, which
from seven yards away. day had completely dominated the first half, fumbled away the
MalTs Rick! made It 70. Had Edge decision with the eager assistance of a hard nosed Georgia

.The Caters did It like this. Florida had the final edge on Tom McEtcen, Tampa Tribune forewall that kept knocking the ball loom.
Duprts for one, Felber five, Mc.
statistics, Georgia had the prize,
.Keel II on pitchout. Incom- the victory. The win boosted the A 19-year-old sophomore, trained most of his years of reasons Ed Pope, Miami Herald
plete paSs, Spurrier for three, reincarnated Georgians to a 5- to be a place-kicker, picked up a' muffed field goal
Spurrier-to:Casey for 12, Du 2-1 record, 4-1 in the Southeastern try and ran It about IS precious yards for the touchdownthat A Florida football team that had lost three fumbles In six
prod!; eight; Marquis Baesler Conference. Florida now Is spirited Georgia to a deserved 14-7 win over a Florida games all season! threw away three of them in 20 minute. ,, "
for seven McKeel, no gain; 5-2 and 3-2 In the SEC play. team that had the poise knocked right out of It. Saturday and.found Itself a stupefied 14-7 loser to underdog + /
Spurrier,'nIne;: pupree, no gain; Any bright spots for the UF i Bob Etter, who had never, ever in his life carried a football Georgia. T
McKeel, two; Dupree, eight; had to be Casey's six receptionsfor I against a live enemy, was the 150-pounder whose forced sprint Forty-eight thousand wild-eyed patrons packed the Gator } fM
five yard penalty against UF; spilled Florida's hopes for a great season all over the Gator
78 yards, lifting his total to Bowl to see U. And most of them still couldn't believe
Spurrier for six, McKeel!, four Bowl before 48,000.
; 34 for the greensward
To add
and Dupree for seven and TD. year. to the incredibility of the feat, a Georgia fumble r<
Minutes later the Caters All season! long the Gators Furman Bishcr Atlanta JournalThe actually backlashed Into the winning touchdown. And It was
were backed up at their 10. had stayed away from critical scored by' a 143-pound sprite who never has played an
mistakes at critical times. official second In either high school
or college
Spurrier kicked, Swinford fum- Jockey carried the horse across the finish line. Little
bled and end Barry Brown recovered -Their own miscues, plus Geor Orphan Annie saved Daddy Warbucks from the cannibals. Tom St.
gia's finest effort of the Kelly Pclc Times
at the ,
Georgia 43. And little David slew Goliath again Saturday afternoon in
did them In. Four fumbles two
The Caters worked first
to a the Gator Bowl.
down at the Georgia 17, "and pass interceptions, messed -up This Is to say that the littlest boy in a football uniform Georgia Coach Vines Dooley holds a master's degree In
a play mixup, a loss of nine,plays, penalties, they all were took the game out of the hands of the big boys and turneda history his field's but basic yesterday lessons he and his Bulldogs chose to Ignore
there this day. that history repeats Itself.
more when Spurrier was trap grizzly encounter between Georgia and Florida into one
ped, and then got 19 yards on a The offensive show was tied of the season's most astonishing stories, a 14-7 win for rein- Beten four straight games by Ray Graves and Florida,
heave to end Gary Thomas. up between Spurrier and Rldle- carnated Georgia. Georgia started a new chapter In this long football aeries by
With fourth down and a short huber for rushing honors and banging across two fourth-quarter touchdowns for a 14-7 vie

two at the eight, the Gators neither had too much in the Bob Bassine, Orlando SentinelThe tory that"expert"surprised in existence 48,000 Gator Bowl fans and practically
went for the field goal and miss hard-hitting contest every

ed.Still Spurrier did hit 10 of It pass Florida Gates paid their debt to fate here Saturday Martin .Outruns Two IhllhlogsNY.
there was no hint of cot: e. for 145 yards but a third of when all the errors they hadn't been making during the season Buddy
lapse. that was after the barn door came home to roost In a nightmarish fourth quarter.
Then came the parade of fum- had been opened and the horse Georgia won the game 14-7 when, fittingly! in this crazy All.Florida News ServiceA
bles. and cart both stolen. qulolt struggle, place kicking specialist Bob Etter grabbed
Another Fumble The win, achieved before; a a )hobbled field goal trj aM, .raced 12 yards for the deciding l -pound place-kicking specialist named Robert (Bob)
near sellout crowd of 48000, touchdown." / Etter, 'who never ran the football In his entire tarter, ran
The Caters held Georgia after was Georgia's first over the it for a touchdown Saturday on a busted field/ goal attemptand
the second half kickoff, got. Caters since 1951. Never before Neil Labar, Daytona News-Journal turned Georgia misfortune/ Into Georgia magnificence .
had UF head Coach Ray Graves Snubbed by Lady Luck against Florida for the four r i r., TMSi '
tasted defeat at the hands of The Florida Caters sent Georgia to the dressing room years In the Gator Bowl, Georgia got back In her good rH
Oregon Tics the Red and Black. yipping at halftime but the Bulldogs came back In the sec graces, and with the aid of an unmerciful ground game u
The triumph likely will give ond half to gnaw off the Gators' tails and leave them helpless that produced two fourth quarter touchdowns, voided Florida's KF
Wash. State Dooley a big boost toward as they upset the Gainesville eleven, 14-7, before 41,000 bowl hopes with a 14-7 defeat of the Gators.
Coach of the Year ranking. screaming fans in Jacksonville's Gator Bowl. Forty-eight thousand people saw It as Etter son of Chattanooga -
Georgia has been uncannily Three second.half rumble recoveries by the Bulldogs led to Central High Coach Red Etter and brother to for.
EUGENE Mike, Ore. (API -directedan Sophomore spectacular the past five bill I the Caters downfall with all 14 Georgia points coming In mer Tennessee tailback Gene Etter, picked the ban up off
Brundage the ground and scrambled Just Inside the coffin
games. the final quarter. corner fora
drive/ In the
87-yard scoring
Gets Rest touchdown that broke a 7.7 tit with (23 left In the game
closing minutes ;-as Oregon Bill Kastcls Florida TimesUnionLittle v4 S7t.
railed to tie underdog Washington Florida now will get a much : + e t, M
State 21-21 Saturday after welcomed week of rest The Ga Bobby Etter, who never had carried the half either By F. T. MacFcely, the AP ( '1S.r r
blowing a two-touchdown lead., tors backfield corps has been In'hlgh school or college, raced five yards to a fourthquartter -
The tie, following a loss to sadly depleted. And Felber's touchdown with a flubbed center snap on a field goal Kicking specialist Bob Etter ran for a touchdown on a bulled
Stanford, did not help the Rose fumble that paved the way for try and aroused Georgia upset Florida, 14-7, before 48,000 signal Saturday and a flred-up Georgia football team upset
Bowl hopes of Oregon, whlcb the ultimate winning Georgia thunderstruck fans In the Cator Bowl yesterday. ninth-ranked Florida 147. ?
BOW has aOl.1 record. score may have been the direct Etter' run furnished Georgia Us second touchdown In less
,4 ,

5teel ;,(G Wyoming Tics !

Utah>t St. 20-20
tigi mille (G

Y71a LOGAN, Utah (AP) Wyonvbig i
back George Squires kicked:

his second field goal ef the i v
I gamt with three seconds
f r : remaining W
r Saturday to give the
Cowboys a 20-20 tie with Utah i ij j
State. .Into End Zone

I Ir + The %yard kick proved a I ""'w rr ..arsW.r. .+'hsrr..o w.wouc
heartbreaker for the 11.001 fans
q'.e I who had watched Utah State
battle back from a 17.7 halftime
deficit to take the lead It was
the final home game for USU.

i : huskies Belt

'-. : -r Bears, 21.16

rk'. SEATTLE (AP) The pawing

of Craig Morton and the .
dogged line play of tackle: Sun
I f>lure were not quite enough r
and Washington's Huskies
smashed back a fourth quarter
surge' by California Saturday for
a 21-11 Pacific Coast Athletic 1 1s

|I Conference victory.
a k +'
,. in t The dictation, Washington'sthird
hi five conference starts,
7 / kept alive Husky hopes for their
Mrond successive conference
,,-r.lC Ullc.

Boston College

Nips VillanovaVILU.VOVA.

R Pa (AP) -
Boston College fullback Don
Moran blocked I punt la the s,
final three +- ..
minute la set up a
touchdown and tile i
give Eaglet
ltt r enne ; an7 football victory over previously For 7-Yortl Touchdown ..

unbeaten VUsnova .. -.-.

Saturday. Texas .!&.II Whips SMU

... Halfback Jim McCowan went .
.- raw w ._'-- tile final thru yards around DALLAS (AP) Texas AAV+ 'a D1 victory.: k xA
THIS IS THE KIND OF DAY U WAS FOR FLORIDA: 1 right cad for the fourth period' \ rtouchdowi recovered four uCIwra Meu crowd of UJM vaWudtardhlttlng a I
I after lie blocked alias tumble and tarried !three I / game to ._the

'Wllcre Did, My Blacker Go?' Spurrier Could Be Asking purt went eat *f bound oa the to far scam Satardar to break' players almost came to Mows ..
VlDaDo9a 11. i i MVM-gajM losing+ streak with i tin**. t...

l't' '



04 Catneivllle Sun Sunday November 8. 1964


1n .the Midwest ,

Sophomores Hold Key I IL ,I

Yr .
Spartans Upend

To UF Success

Cage Purdue by 21-7

II Coach Nor. thoughts to early December and Keller had '.. -,
BY NIS NISSEN r.; a throat operation
man Sloan likes basketball warfare. 1 last year and was redshirted, I EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) victory made MSU i.3-D over-all

Assistant Sports Editor what he has Big tales while Ramsey was a stalwarton Michigan State played the and 3-2 In the Big:Ten.
Thirteen feet, seven and one- seen of the two "They definitely will I 1 play the freshman squad. i role of a spoiler In dealing a Michigan State capitalized on
roles and I Sloan body blow to Purdue's Big Ten two key breaks for touchdowns.
holds young aces up important fully expect was quick to point out
half Inches of sophomore title and rose bowl hopes by One came after:a blocked puntIn
his sleeve I In both of them to be regulars that Ramsey has strengthened
the key to University of Florida Sloan added. upsetting the Boilermakers 21-7 the seconderlxLand: ) the
himself by putting on w .1 h t
the first three g
basketball fortunes this seawn I other following a Interception
Ramsey and Keller both hall and that he has an arm Saturday.It pass.
Into two that weeks of ctlce. span call In'the' third. Both
Divided players pra from St. Petersburg Dixie Hoi of more than eight feet. was the first conference '

leaves center Jeff Ramsey and lIns High School, but they never The Gator coach also said loss for Purdue, previously tied scores came from' three yards

J forward Gary Keller front and "How they played on the same court Keller Is "In the best physical with Ohio State for the league out.Lou

center In Gator cage plans. play at the MUCH Keller was a year'' ahead of condition that we have ever lead with four Big Ten victories. I Boblch, who boots the

Ramsey stands 6 lOtt and start of the season will have a Ramsey, who transferred to seen him In." And Keller says Purdue now is SoW over-all ball In side-footed soccer fashIon -

packs 240 pounds while Keller lot to do with our success," DIxie Hollins for his senior sea he is In the "best health of his The other loss was to mighty converted all. three extra

is a wiry I I performer. Sloan said while turning I son. life." Notre Dame. The comeback points.SOuUt I

Sloan has 15 II Players players to work r MI MThe I I

Notre Dame Gets Scare- both with unusual this season and pleasing., something I

Inside Story of A
I "This is the first time we've

been able to run three team GATORS' 6-9 SOPH GARY KELLER
practices," he said. "Most of ntltIt

Edges Past Pitt by 17-15 the time before, we didn't even

have enough players for two

teams. You can accomplish a Nebraska Sneaks

PITTSBURGH (AP) Top- lot more in practice this way."

ranked Notre Dame, led by One of the 15 players &-11

daring John Huarte, built up a I center Dick Peek, Is scholastically .

IfO first period lead and toes In the Eaststring Ineligible this season, but By Kansas 147LAWRENCE

fought off the Inspired Pitt Panthers I he still participates in drills. ,

Saturday for a 17.15 football I "I've been very well pleased l

victory.It with practices," Sloan said.! Kan. (AP) on Bob Churchich's passing,

was unbeaten Notre Dame's to seven. Pitt now Is 2-4-2 !It 13-0. The play covered II:1 l 'We are In the best conditionwe Unbeaten Nebraska took chargeIn Bob Hohn's running and the

defense, yielding almost as for the season.It yards. have ever been in at thisi the Big Eight by beatingstubborn clutch play of its stingy defensive 1'I

many yards rushing as It had In was Huarte, Notre Dame's The Joe Azzaro kicked hI! time of year. In fact, we areS Kansas 14-7 Saturday; unlLKansas

their first six games combined record breaking quarterback, second conversion. Azzaro sins further along now than we have missed with two late .

which staved off possible defeatIn who gave the Irish the breath provided what proved to be thi I been at the opening of the seas scoring bids. The Huskers I .1

the end. ing room they needed againstthe winning points when he booted son In other years." Illini Falls stopped the Jayhawks at the one

The Irish forward wall rose determined Panthers. :30-yard field goal in the third I Bright Note with seven minutes left Then,

up to stop Pitt Quarterback On third down on his own nineIn quarter. Another bright note Is the return Gale Sayers, In the clear at the i'

Fred Mazurek for no gain on a the first quarter, Huarte Pitt's first touchdown came I lr I of Jumping Jack forward To MichiganANN Husker 15, took a pass in full .

fourth-and-one situation In the faded Into the end zone and the second period and was sei t Taylor Stokes, who was a Gator stride and dropped the ball at

last quarter on the Notre Dame passed to halfback Nick Eddy up when end Brian Generator. starter two years ago. The M ARBOR, Mich. (AP) the Nebraska 10 with 4:43: left
16 who caught the ball on his 35 Ich recovered a fumble by Fet! standout missed last season i
A of second period touch- I
The victory ran Notre Dame's and raced for the score to make Andreottl on the Pitt 32. while serving In the armed pair Nebraska then took over and :
forces. downs following an Interceptedpass ran out the clock, preserving its

IN 27.15 BATTLE He'll be battling .har -shootIng and fumble recovery lifted 15th straight victory for the
Michigan to a 216 Big Ten football
Dick Tomlinson ((8-5) and longest current streak In the
victory over Illinois Satur nation. The Huskers have a i
I hustling Paul Morton ((1-4)) for

Syracuse a forward berth, along with day.The perfect 5-0 record in Big Eight
Trips ArmyNEW sophomore Gary McElroy ((8-8).1 victory was the sixth play. Kansas! dropped to second

Tomlinson, who scored 1(4 straight by the Wolverines over place at 41. In all games, Nebraska -

YORK (AP) Syrs i "We're definitely Interested In From the two, and Mahle fromthe points per game last year with the Illini and put Michigan one- is 8-0 and Kansas 53.

cuse drove tl yards to a touch- ,Syracuse for the Miami game," four after drives of 63 and 4 1 looping Jump shot, is half game behind Ohio State in Churchlch put Nebraska
down after the opening kickoff Hall said afterward. I yards. 9reported in top shape for his the race for the league title ahead with a 92.yard touchdownpass

and went on to a 27-15 victoryover Little, the l -pound sopho- senior season. The Wolverines without a to Freeman White.

Army Saturday that kept more who wears the "44" numeral Army snapped back late I In, Morton was used as the sixth first down In the first quarter, Kansas tied it In six plays.
alive the for Eastern carried the game and carried to the 39,, man last year, stepping In at
Orange hopes once by Jimmy got; their second period touchdowns Ron Oelschlager scored from
football honors and a bowl Brown and the late Ernie Davis, but Charley Brown Intercepteda I various times to spark the frontline on a 5-yard run by Carl the three.
by Rollie Stlchweh on hIs I .
bid. plunged one yard for one touch- pass Ward and a 24-yard pass from Then Hohn led an 11-play 75-
own 15 and ran back to thi Top Guards
Len Hall chairman of the I down and threw a three-yard Bob Timberlake to Jim Detwil- yard drive. He scored from the
pane to Brad. Clarke for a second Army 39, ending the Cadet3'linal The guard positions againjWill I
Orange Bowl Committee, was threat. be In the capable hands of er.The one.

among the crowd of 37,552 at The clinching last period yrsports australians page. 10 ,I seniors Brooks Henderson (8.2)) first score was set up bya

Yankee Stadium that saw Syra scores were made by Nance, 127 |land Tom Baxley (5-10)). pass Interception by Frank Gophers Edge
cuse's powerful race horse Both scored In double figure Nunley on he Illinois 38.
I func-
/ irorM with this principle thoi the lint
backs-Floyd LIllie Wally last season, sparkled with floor Michigan marched 40 yards Iowa Ity 14-13 flan of o Southvtlck' suit I II W mold noose comfortably .
Mahle, and JInt'-Nall e-lrlnd' games and held .the team to- for' its second touchdown after and naturally to the body end personality of

out two fourth period scores College Scores gether. Gerald Mader covered a fumble MINNEAPOLIS '(AP) -MInnesota's tfw weor.r.THE .

after Army had gone ahead 15- Henderson, who also was con strong rush thwarted a FABRIC SELECTION Superb ooli end

14 on i break and a gamble In sidered one of the finest defensive Timberlake capped a 94-yard two-point conversion attempt by worsteds from" tti* finest, mills In the British Islet,
the third. In this country and the world. over.
in the Southeastern
men Michigan drive with a one-yard Iowa[ In the closing moments DESIGN Southwick original natural shoulder

Conference was named to the scoring plunge midway through Saturday and preserved a 1. 3 design li In defiance, of extremes or fads ,. a
., .
Yale Rambles lasT Florid 1M 44. North c. ALT 14Likt second last .
All-SEC .,.
team season style ttiot I. time! .
Ten football
lyrume 17 Army laSul. PorMt 14 Norm Perk 1 IIN.'ftI..d 1 the third period. Big vlhctory for the
..,. Ltttyetlt I 14. North Dikol. 'tile I .
Volt, II. Penmylven, tNormteitern Sall CIOI.. 13 CI.....".. 7Cnal Illinois' touchdown came on a Gophers. TAILORING Meticulous tailoring attention
Penn 21.9 II, Tulll 4 ,..... ,.. llipon 2' The talented duo w Ill be to detail" that goes beyond the outward appearanceSUMMARY .
By III., .. Point. 1!, Oro,el, 14Notre S WI..MII..k", 21. Mlchll' TICS backed by junior Ed Poore ((1-3)) 50-yard pass play from Fred Hawkeye sharpshooterh Gary Fobnc. design and tailoring ?
Dome If. Pltliburgri IIPom ....... Custardo to Bob Trumpy. The Snook fired och ploy role and build anottiir, to
lute 11, OHIO note SC.Ilt.ml. Btloll' N lo. Wit ILMt and sophomores Harry Winkler, an 87-yard pass with a one upon
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Stole. ,., 14 1.1....,. ICieren No.'h_" .'., WI.. N. Iu'.... score came about two minutes less than attain tti. quality, and character for which South-
Ed and minutes but
(C-3)) (5-2) two to
.. Portll 14 Norm P rK IINothl.nd Mahoney go
Undefeated Yale displaying 51 U Sllneory wick I. known, See our superb selection of South-
... .... 14, North Oikole' Itott I after Michigan's first tally but
It 0. S missed his the
Skip Higley ((5-10)), target on conversion '
fCornill wick suits' odd and slacks Suits from
offensive smoothness only briefly lIoch..,, It C. II.. Tort. II I. ".1. 11 '' '' .1110 J from
,..,.. 11.,.. Pt. 4 Lock H..... I Iowa. 10 Dlpofl. IIWIKon.I..MII..k" Ramsey will have stiff com Illinois missed pulling Into a tie try after being boxed in by $33.00 Jackets $63, slacks from $27.SO
turned a fumble and a pas w........." SI Onv. City I 11, Mlchlgm TKhNde at center from Bob when Cuslardo's extra point .
Interception Into touchdowns Now rlemeinlre lo Sprlngtltle" ,14Hefitrt 1 ::10, L.wr1Cb WI., the: Minnesota defense. FREE PARKING OK 1ST FEDERAL LOT.
M pjnodo lileno) I Hoffman and senior Bill Koss attempt was wide.Darrcll .
Noth""n. WI., N. Iu'.... 7MI..wrl ,
Saturday for a 219 Ivy League Will'emt M WoilevMi I 11.11. I" W.".......,.. MOo 1Nortn.rn both 6-J
football victory over Penn. Mortvltn,14, 14 Amoricen UPS' Inierntllenel 11Ithece 1M.In. MIcO.n II, M.nk.'O. 4 performers NorthwesternTops 'kJ.:.:.:.:;:::::!:! !: ;! ; ; !!!;! !! : !!!; ;ii! !ilir!! ,! It .
Morn'ngildt M MoortwM 5O..1' Definitely Improved
n lowdoln I I ,
Yale; now 1-0.1 over-all and 4 4- lot, I), Colby I 0'',It"."ImporK,, Mo llotl lute KM li. 11H Miry- Sloan definitely thinks Florida .> <
0.1 In league action secret C.W. Poll 41, Alfred \Mrec vlllt, Mo. Sllll IMa will be Improved over last Leads 625 BadgersEVANSTON
porl llotl 41, Irldeewlter, Melt.II lull t on I
twice within three minutes In L.ow.e.. II. Hubert IDorti. Conord 3t Done IWiyn year's 12-10 team, but he also, :> P < i iI
tutll II Columble' 14
the second period.Rutgers Connecticut I?. IOHIM Unlvtrllly' II N."..*...3Ir. wotloyin AMdltnd II It. HMllngs 14Ami thinks the opposition will be Darrell Rohn of Edwards : 111. (AP) -
110I.........". Is, Nay, Crete I it n A"'...... IwiWitrn stronger Northwestern stuck to battering t
.room II. Cornell MNorwkh Dikol WHI.,... U Jlmtitown ISoutMitlltrn Building Supplies paced
N Worcellor Ttch I K 47 Sltrllni IPolrnwnt He singled out V aDd erbllt, Night Owl League at Palm ground[ game highlighted by
Rolls Venn II Mldd''."" I Suit ;; M rl SI touchdownrun
Lyomlnf' t. Muhlenbor' Iuftel '" Into C.,.. ;;, Port Lrwlt Col Kentucky, Tennessee and Au- Lanes with a 623 series. He roll -yard
N. P.lrr.mo IIMomllel I Wall burn as the top four clubs In and ended a five-game losing '
,* 4. Kut.owS. .. lie ed 288-194-203. His 228 was best
NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. ..., II.........." el. .,........... S lock Hills Jt CKedran } the SEC, with Georgia and streak with a 17-13 Big Ten
(AP) Halfback Chet Ward, ...._.,. ... Johns $HopHlni, IAlbrejht SOUTH Alabama as darkhorses. game. I football triumph Wisconsin ,
used sparingly during moat of It ,L._ Vollty IOottyuuroj Owrgl 14 PtaflM 7 Joe Balogh, Manor Motel, over *:;:: !! ; : iiiiiiiiWi! :! : :! '
41 Junlit' 17Prenklln Vlrg" ,nil ,14 WIHUm' i Mirv II "Vandy had the best material Geld'Saturday 5 iiiiimH1WiiIHiiii! i W IIijjm! ;
and Paul Good
the game, scored three of the Mortliell It Ponn Vllltiry 17 Vlrlnl TKh IS Nortft Caroline Itllemory had 594 ,
loeion Colwao S, 11111..... 7 of any body we taw last
S Honry 41 Concor II 562 US I Before
Coast Restaurant, Army 51,000 homecoming
first four times he carried the '
AmKortl 17 Trinity IPorentm Vlralnla, Itol it. Norfolk lloto 5W.r1.1on he said. ,"And Auburn'had
ball as once.beaten Rutgers Club n NVU Cub 14Mnw.U Si J.tt.,,." 4, Proutxin IMorgin year, ROTC had a 2937 series and fans, the Wildcats clawed out of n.w.. UN IV. AVE. fit 6.5'"
SO. GolloueM t ll'lo S3. Vlrglnlt" 0,5MlnII.lrwl I the next best frontline I
rolled to a 314 football victory Won Vlrgmlo" 10 OMrgo Wlirilnglon' ItDlcklmon 35. Tampa tLtulxno Alachua General Hospital a 1009 the conference cellar with a 2-4
That frontline
same again
Saturday over wlnless Lafay II,7 Oevldion Woilorn' I Merylon ILorilgA en* ITtniwiMt Tech SouthMitern LOUIs be on the court for Auburn this top game. Kenneth L I n d sley, league record leaving Wisconsin
PVIncoton' ,I. Horvere twas TICS V loitern Kentucky 7 I & Faris made the 5- In the basement witch 1-4. I
Johnson ,
.. :
41, Homlltoo I Wikt pore55. Duk* IM season, In addition to backcourt . __
ette.Ward ... ---- ----- --
... .
T. II D.' ICelgote lioriviii* 11. Ntmpdonlyeneyrlagtwoter 7 i 10 twice.Rhome.
whls Cart who In- split
Larry was
carried once In the firs 14 lucknoll Vt It, .mother I ,
Cooil Sure I), CMh5CarMcllcul' 11 Piorue Slot H Mutton IX tieWnlorn i eligible last .
and second periods scoring Del..... Vtiioy II, WHIM nCortlono '* t. Ma,.......) I year.Nucleaa Tosses
each time from four yards out. ) Hit 41, 01.....,* title I .'..Klf. Dree C i Back

In the third quarter he scored MIOWIITMteMgtn Auburn' ...it 17.Wluliilpol LouliKn/ Hot Stile SSlab. Vandy Kentucky and Tennessee Tulsa to Win BE FIRST '" your neighborhood
the third Rutgers touchdown on Stole II, PuNue ? Tultt. It Mompnlt Sun f also have the nucleus of
Ponn stole 17 Onlo" stole IWovno _._
.'. It ThM 7 T n Goorgl TNN 14Norm their teams back and ready for
a one-yard slant oft right guard Cirolltie It. Clomton' I
:=Stele' loMrve II, Norn 14 Allegheny OMo'O' Illlt t II South Clrtun I*. CIIMol 11K..1Sr action.: The Vols lost i m o o t h I

MlcnlM' II, 111101" I K..., 5l.,.H Vandablln guard Danny Schultz but their Rhome set two national football
IS. LoulmllllWitMnglM 7
.. THE
and !
Princeton Wins Lot II, Sovont* I records and tied another to
N.pl fa 01100 N_,,,, Morvltn. ..." It OoIow., coaches claim they have three
.. 1115
Wll.c 11. .ldo'bI"' 5 Show M, HemwMfl ,Imtltutt' new boys Just as good then got help
17. WI..II 15O51ahama ullfw* 4*,
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) 11.VaN...31....W1c011,' 7cabala. ttlhtny, W. V PlMMOlth-MKOII t 13 John Cirroll., I' II 'We' need to play steady this fense to whip Memphis State 19-
Princeton's alert defensive pla- Wpt m 110I1...,.... U. 01110 UnI.Iy, S loutlwrn. MlMlMlpvl' ''5Nn.N.31, Ch.".Kr......II* I season If we are to have a 7 here Saturday.
OlilelMmo M. lowo lint' I Allon It. lonMlctKrnnlllt 7 Rhome completed 25 of 35
toon chalked up Its fourth MlMourl, ,I. CtKrMl. IMMOOtole H, Mortrwitt I chance to be respectable In the Why Chrysler's Lowest-Priced Car
'14, le0 II ...,-.., L*. 35. WILY IIM conference," Sloan ..ald.II- passes 1 of them to Howard
shutout and accounted ..
straight ArUn
II.1.- MDeflKKO Ik Tuikoojoo It. II*
li And,_ 7 ArkoniM SUIO ; Dtltt what I mean by respectable is Twilley, the nation's leading
for the only touchdown of the Control., Stele It Mount N Soul Unton C.IMutftlflffum tllr.">4 Illlt UPUM Arttnut Ttcn li h :1'10U'"WI" for' us to be right up there at pass catcher to set a career Is the) fastest growing car in the U.S.A.

game Saturday as the unbeaten 11, DtftlM* I the top'Respectab pass completion record of 392 THE 1965SIMCA .

Tigers; whipped Harvard 11-0 In COXIM Hirer" li.41,Konywl Woottr IWtrtkwf I T..M, M. ...Ior 14 lilt y Jail may and a new mark for most points s t
Cktc Miotl 57. North To.oi t
4 CtntrM low I
their 57lh football game. Orwell 10 torleton, IItoiooe TOM AIM H. Sturhom MttKtdlit t come. 'accounted for In a season 190.
17 William POM I Arlm. 1 14, HIM 7souttivottora
!lewl LutnerM M, |OW. WoilOVM. I Ok.thorn u. iMitnt N

AustraliansSet Cot DrMt M.V MtnmoiiHliMlor levin oases S Holt "II I M..Ne.THM II All :M. Mo..r* t>tyn 4ounwotl Score Latfc
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Store Coiieeo. el lw>4 u ....'A DokaliIt. .
ChallengeNEW VM1y NnIIM Clry I 1. !14/. r.t-It': !. :m HouHon Sllto' It 4.,SaN CMIIn flop CtUMO IAlbony IIiKoooth To 20.14 twu S rust
...,.- A..,,,.... II, MI.DulvItl City I Ht't 44, Pe>,,*.llit, Stop Baylor,
YORK (AP) An Australian ? 5/.1.s4. c'",.,. co.-.... 7 _

T T...
MM. MbM.' 14 M...,.._ IMcPtwrtM II .eMov N
challenge for the Amer II 0'01' 17. .... 1Av1u.5M. WACO. Tex. (AP) George| Then Krtstynlk went to work
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leaped game
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Sunday_ November 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun OS

Vols iiM 'Bama Trips LSU AAu e a 115EM.N11 -'




Ala. (AP) -I ii
Alabama unleased Its famed
ATLANTA (APTennesseefound ) defense in the second half Saturday *

new offensive punch Saturday to beat Louisiana State In the Southperiod ,
and combined It with/ 17and win the Southeastern I / ; ,

sterling defensive play to hand Conference football championship -' S,
eighth-ranked Georgia: Tech Its l .

first football loss in eight i Louisiana Stale led through when David Ray kickeda In and split the uprights with a

games, =-14. ,l more than half of the battle of 57-yard field goal perfect! strike.

The Volunteers struck for a nationally ranked football giants Alabama made it clear quickly Alabama salted It away with

fourth quarter touchdown on a tx r" 0 and played on even terms In that It had Riven up trying to 7.44: to go when Hudson Harris
41-yard drive and clinched the 1 i run on the Tiger line, which picked off a Pat Screen pass

victory when fullback Doug I IIRMINOHAM'' A''.. SAP) ''''M1aI outweighed the Tide forward and raced 33 yards down the
Archibald picked off a Tech I .N UK Lauhiana' itatt-Aiaaama twtaaiamai wall 23 pounds to the man.' sidelines for the touchdown. The

pass and raced 69 yards for a rl.ae +fa LIU I ._. Quarterback Steve Sloan passed reliable toe of Ray made it 17-'.
touchdown with five minutes t 54450414 YNo, .1 10 1.I. to Ray Ogden for another first
..''''' 15r4a5. 1"s .11S.S / down and 'Bama cam to life I ll. ." lit s.1AlabTi
5 e
I l .11Ull
left.Jack ,I Inle cpl.d. w 5 5 The Tide moved the ball to __.... U MM tram Sial Ikkk
Patterson hurdled the
Aunh_ p.4 T-M the LSU J4, but then lost three 'Mto4ae
Tech line with nine minutes left 5 bioi lot I an 1 nut (Ray blob)
Y- 4) .l "
0,01010,4 yards on the next play to makeIt LlII-I"O MaraautfItfit
to put the Volunteers Into the fourth and about 34 yards for l..-Hrrll lays' 11?law (ntarcaatlm" Ray
lead. Archibald then Interceptedthe blob' e
w tkdLt every department with the the first down. Ray then came __44045,445,5 .110I. d
pass by Jerry Priestley. Crimson Tide. '
Tech, which had won seven
eighth The victory straight was without Alabama's a loss I Firemen Take 38-18 VictoryFire I 1

ATLANTA !A') 11.11.11. ef 111. T... Georgia Score this year and left the Tide 7-0 In
M,1a0Nnlb TKI1 football' 1_' SEC Department scored a SS 0 victory over Quilt Shop.
... play. With but one conference I
T. TKb1,0
:31 18 victory over Mystery Newberry Is leading the league
tfrnmiRutftlfif 'S" game left, no has
151 Bulldog halfback Fred Barber shaves Into end one a
yard?* 51P..n Team and First Methodist down- standings.
yaraaaa 1523 }'ti zone for TD that tied score, 77. l\1lnutealater Georgia mathematical chance of catch ed Penn Chem Research, 20 $ Firemen edged Raiders, 14-11,
...... Inf.re.p1N" b1 I' scored again, ing Crimson Tide.
trimmingthe Gators 14-7. Sun
Puns I-Ja ( In Adult Flag football play. In another game.Gamecocks. KENNY MACK PRESENTED AWARD
Ss-se The first half
'umbl" loll photo by Tommy Lewis) was all offense
Virtt .....011..* el e much to the surprise of the In other games, First Baptist Cheerleader Helen Powell Does Honors

10,000 persons who jammed nipped Williams Thomas 24- Win

straight, was not able to crack Arkansas Legion Field but It was a 19, and Medical Students breezed I COLUMBIA SC (AP) Kenny Mack, who was .elected Kenny together with hit
Whips defensive past Gainesville Sun, 31 6. had hands the and of
the rugged Volunteer defensefor contest in the second South Carolina Hi outstanding offensive parents, a special guest
sustained drive before a half.Neither- In Junior League football ac- full with an aroused Citadel lineman of( the week on the his own will dine at the Gen-
any team could muster Uo.i, City Park and Cannon Insurance football team Saturday but utll- CHS. eral Gaines Steak Room of the
passing attack In post game show on I
Rice Owls 21-0 much of a drive In the early battled to a 0.0 dead led the strong running of Marty Holiday Inn a. guests of Gen
the fourth quarter. going of the second half and lock. Rosen, Dan Reeves and Phil WGGG Friday night! Is shown eral Gaines and the Gainesville

Tennessee scored Its first Alabama got the winning point Newberry Junior team remained Branson to win Its first game of above receiving nil certificate Gat Company who sponsor

touchdown in the fourth periodon FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) probably sewed up a bowl bid with 14:55: to go in the fourth_ .unbeaten by. scoring_ the season 1714. of award from Helen Powell the program.
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a leaping catch by At Ta- The undefeated fourthrankeiArkansas with the victory over Rice. - '
nara, who pulled down a pass Razorbacks stuck to 1
The Razorbacks
from quarterback David Leake' power football in a drizzle Saturday -! ran all over
the field In the first half, but
in the end zone I and overpowered the could manage only one touchdown ." ; lm / -\i
Fred Martin started the Vol stubborn RIce. Owls 210 In a because ;
booming punts by ;
scoring with a 23-yard field goalin Southwest Conference football Rice's Chuck Latourette kept I.,
the second period. game >, .,
them In the hole.Auburn. :
Tech cashed in on a bad kick The Razorbacks broke the ,Iio\ ;'"'" 1 \ ?tog S'TtJAI WITH MOlle ii'I'm

by Tennessee's Ron Wldby game open with two touchdowns 1i'i''W(, .'.. tow IUIlHOI'I'INt Mea,.. MAl s1e.rrm ,,..,.v /2 1
which carried only 14 yards. in the fourth quarter, but won I It < Tops ;;::; ;' ,\ ." .
The Yellow Jackets scored on a with a 65-yard sustained marchIn

12-yard run around end by John the second period.
'Dogs 12.3 itMmH&lHiAN
ny Gresham Substitute tailback Bobby 24".1

The Yellow Jackets took a 14- Burnett scored the tint and last
AUBURN, Ala. (AP .
3 lead in the third quarter when touchdowns on short gains ) Sophomore
Gerry Bussell Intercepted a Safety Harry Jones got the middle -I quarterback Tom Bryan ANNUAL EVENT FEATURING SELECTIONS AND
and kicking specialist Don LewIs 444 SAVINGS FOR YOU YOUR
pass by Art Gallffa deep in Tech one the one that broke FAMILY AND
gave Auburn a long '
Rice's back on a 35-yard sought YOUR HOME
territory and raced 14 yards for ?
return of a scoring punch Saturday and a
I' interception.The
the score.TanwMaa Razorbacks let a school Mississippi 12-3 homecoming State. victory over OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ''Jv0v JO : O OOOOO OO ':'; :JUOOOOO OOOOOrt
I itsso1CMen.hifn
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It run (N.nry kick Bryan on the sidelines most of
TENN-FO Martin n It was their ninth straight,I the
ry TlCK-lulII"blCbTENN.Tana4' M Inlarcaptaa1 pass (H| 'counting a victory over Texas a backfield emerged shake-up as a which heroIn 4 1i..c.< 1 1 ) .t.ti

II aau tram La.... (run Tech In last aeason'i finale. Two sent All-America
5.11.43TNNP.NSr.eI/ I roe !_ loll') other Razorback teams have quarterback 1 I i __
TINN-Archlbold 45 In'or..P'' pals Jimmy Sidle to tailback.
strung together eight
I"'or" blob' '
Attandanca ..74 Arkansas needs only one more The 185-pound Bryan scored 'I II, )

victory over Southern Methodist I the Tiger's first touchdown of I ., J.. 5

KentuckyNips here next Saturday, or over the season aaalnit aSouth05055 Famous LabelMEN'S 01'0, ", -
Texas Tech In Lubbock two

weeks from now, to clinch at AI.. !A') It.II.II I .1 M.
least a tie for a Southwest Con- MIIII"1ItII' atal.Aabn. IooIbo".500.1 iim-
ference championship. They Rl..r"dw0. t. 11 ,
Ky (AP) ,I.u/015....'. ,..-... ,.114.n'lI.. ..0,. .
In.rc.NN" bY 4 4
Kentucky end John Andreghettl Ole Miss Raps Pooh 315 41.u10bls

played the defensive game of v.rd' ....100..11... 5d.I It I SPORT SHIRTS 1 In that
wonderfully neat
his career Saturday as he led Tam 36-0
the Wildcats to a 2221 home- Dacron Cr Wool fobrlc w
coming football victory over OXFORD, Miss. (AP) eastern Conference opponent
Vanderbilt. Sophomore halfback: Doug CUn-- when he plunged over from the REGULAR 'for 00 perfect for Florida wearing

Andreghettl Intercepted a ningham scored three touchdowns one In the second quarter.He 2.99 & 3.99 2' 5

Vanderbilt pass, recovered a Saturday as Mississippi had put Auburn within year round weight I handsome

coasted to a 36-0 victory over 'coring distance with a 34-yard
outmanned Tampa. sprint which took the ball within Hundreds to choose from Ivy and Regular styles In popular shades -

.LEXINOTQ Vald.rbht N.K.Mucbp Kr (API bb/ball- :.= Nfb. The Rebels, whose first team one yard of the goal Collar styles short sleeves Sizes 35-44 _
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Y.nII Pom41......11." I'a 34 all afternoon and overran the final minute of the first half
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Spartans bad the ball ,booted another for 2f yards In BOYS
Vandy fumble and caught the third period. s* Prices
quaI"-l Cunningham got Ole Miss off
terback Dave Waller when The Maroons pushed Auburn 4200
to a flying start he returned 55.00
line of scrimmage to choke off a the opening kickoff to the down field late In the closing CORDUROYSURCOATS

last minute attempt at a two- Rebel 40. Eight plays later he quarter and got within seven

point conversion.The circled right end 35 yards to yards of a touchdown, but the,
teams traded touchdownsIn score. Tigers refused to budge and' If 59.95

a wild first half. Two touchdowns and a safety Mississippi State lost the ball on .
Kentucky took the opening In the second period removedall the 19.Juatln. REG. 12.99 \' NORMAL ACTUATIONS Mil

kickoff and marched 13 yards In doubt The Rebs added single Canals! put the Maroons

a 21-play in the first quarter. touchdowns In the third and in front with a 29-yard kick good 00

Four plays later Kentuckytook fourth periods.Cunningham. for three points. 10 1 : SPECIAL GROUP

a Vanderbilt punt at its 21 I scored the final SUITS andSPORT 1
and moved to another touchdown touchdown of the first bait, VPI Surprises PRICE
making a fine catch of quarter- Durable Corduroy COATS
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reeled off five straight completions sweep. pulled down North Carolina

In the Commodores scorIng State's favored Wolfpack 2S-1J
drive. Piccolo Runs Saturday behind Its No. 1 weap, LOON & TAUPE SHADES SIZES 8.18 DEEP PILE LINED
on. Bob Schwelckert

Miami Tops Duke CrazyWINSTO.VSALEM.NC. Schweickert, one for ran M yards two In touchdowns the [!'iT':: "jl-, --1 : ='- : [t +; :. ir.: : .... ..wJ ACTIONJACKETS

fourth quarter, and passed for s ,
: AP) third.It .
Tulane 21-0
Wake Forest fullback Brian HUGE ASSORTMENT
the Southern Conference
Piccolo scored all of Wake For.est' was .,, sMEN'S
MIAMI (AP) Florida State Gobblers' first victory ever
points Saturday as '
has Fred Biletnikoff. a fine pass- Deacons walloped favored Duke the Atlantic Coast Conference j CARDIGAN r Regular 18.95AHNIVIRSAir 1 ,
catching end and Miami has his Wolfpack since 1951 In a aeries I
0-7 to knock the Blue Devils out .
younger brother. Bob. a sophomore that dates to the turn of the -d
of the Atlantic Coast Conferencelead. tr
quarterback who Is gaining century. VPI leads BOW 20-11. SWEATERS SAIL s
and support as
confidence 5
1 field general and passer. Piccolo scored on an 11yardpass Green r 1 thiF Fry
quarterback John Tops
Bob the younger guided MI- ,
21-1 trt- lUclwvIc and battered his way j : i9$10.00r
mil's Hurricanes to a
ind impb ever Tulane Coach Friday Charlie night i touchdowns one and three ss yards Wale for Forest other With a 555 j 7. u +\

prompted with)broke Us string of 12 losses to A. J. Green led the Me etc!
fate "he's t
to say and improving showing a lot I Duke. Mixed League at Palm L a a es r Llgth& Dork Solid Long wearing docron polyester a _
every game" with a JSi aeries He bad 177- Colors, Fancy Trims and cotton shall roomy action
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Terps Win AP) West Pete Aubel bad a 211 high game. wondtfullOft ? 5 but warm pileltning/ 'y 70f
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firgMa struck for three t uck- i Team No. I had a 731 seriesi arid other blends pocketi.

COLLEGE PARK, Mi (AP I fawns in the first half and then and Team No. 7 a 423 best S. M- L

Ken Ambruska ran Itl yards I Held en for a 2.19 l victory Satur. game. Splits were made by Stan! I I r SIZES 36.44 IN OYSTER

sash: I kickoff/ return in the final c lay! ever George Washington Jeff, 3-74-14; Betty Je Scales, I 'r & OLIVE GREEN.
give' and the Mountaineers' first Hi; Lee Green 44 and 110f; I 11
firte: minutes Saturday to

Maryland a 27-3:!; football veto :jVrnthera hampwashfp Cenfrrewce since IK*.football I .Mrs......Van. 1-11.Leer, 1-7; and J a dy j)I;C:I ,.x .. w S1ZIS IM4 OYSTER fr OLIVE R[ N ,
7 over ardI rival Navy.

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OS Gainesville'' Sun Sunday, November 8. 1964 ,

I j Starke Blanks Fernandina: r\I

11I I 7* '-

-- a Defense Key in 21-0 Win

-- By JIM ) Crawford Into the open on once In the game and that was

rar Sun 70-yard off-tackle icamper on alter Coach Wayne BenD e r
fourth play from scrim switched his team to the shotgun

.. y .1 w5Y" ,i STARKE but otherwise was un.ble formation In an effort to

... winds that blow' to capitalize on defensive equalize the outstanding line- eta'

aeas that run' until the final minute play of the Tornadoes.

.to. Fernandina play after the defense had Alvarez hit Beryl Rice for 28

... ground here I them two opportunities I yards and a first down at the

.. the Starke Inside the 20. The defense Tornado 23, but on his next effort

to a 21.0 the other TD by recov Falcon Intercepted In the

as an overflow a Pirate fumble In the'end zone and moved out to the

ed the wreck. zone. 27 to foil the Pirates' only I

J The seven Although Starke netted 294 threat

[ usual ebb as the Pirates who were The superior line play of the

al their second defeat in Starke defense was the difference -

First _no starts were unwilling to In the game and Coach 1'.
PD Rushing real estate within I David Hurse stated It would be

-- 'D Pond PnilnfPD '. 20-yard line. hard to single out one particular

.. : A- ye Yd.. /lush...Int : : After forcing Fernandina to player above the others STARKE QUARTERBACK DON FALCON DRIVES FOR YARDAGE
r Tornadoes' seven Swarm to Stop Tornado Back for Short-CatD::
lane. on Us first offensive ef among the Fernandina Defenders ,
,... ,. .
In by ,ki lkM w Tanmv Lwls,
PumbIOss toll Starke banged for a mea high seas. _
Punlo first down at the 28 on

l F sTAle'run MP.NANOINA KORINOl a.11SY DouglM lIor.roc. .../. : Phil the plays.Elder belly gave aeries to, he Crawford shook PKY Nips Florida High I

11 yd. .MM P. .ll two would-be tacklers at the',
klckod' thraa PAT o.
of scrimmage, got a key -- .

from Gene Pass at the, Florida beat them In almost 1 Deeb who completed 9 of I
the Pirate backs RUSSELL
and sailed straight down the By JIMMY its statistic but the one on passes for 97 yards. Dee, i
to weather the SOS Football Assistant get
for the first score. I Flowers said. this
sophomore year wa
45 yards on the Don Falcon booted his first TALLAHASSEE A successful pleasing I Twedell led the Blue termed by PKY backfield Coach

yards winds In the three placements and Starke point after try was the It took ( forward wall with eight Garth Yarnall as a "f 1 n e hlgt

shanghled more score than any difference between glad and plays to : while Walkup and Tub school quarterback al 1 read;'
1 while
passes has netted against sad as P. K. Yonge won a 13-12 yard In on six stops apiece,' and with possibilities of developing i

.. STARKE pleting but 2 of thusfar this year. homecoming thriller over the Ken Deeb I ends Covey Johnston and Into a fine college prospeel"
Long Return Florida High Demons here Fri er. Davis Dennison to foil
= Fernandina Defender Too Late to Stop It sporatlcally. .
Falcon the .
gave hometowners day night. a three Demon plays.
scoring opportunity In Defense the keynote for tackle The hard running of Plan I I
was Scott M u 1 achy was.
second period when he re most of the night. The Demons for the Demons with seven and Davis lent variety to !tin

WILLISTON TOO a Bill Miller punt 42 managed only six first downs The while guards Pat Shuler Demon attack. Plant picked ul|

back to the original line against a hardnosed PKY defense of pace Ken Driggs were In on six 43 yards in 11 carries to carry

I scrimmage at the Pirate %9. while an even tougher PAT. The off the games Individual rush

FOR The Pirates were able to atop Demon defense limited I the line 'rose Ing honors, while Davis picker

INVERNESS 33.6 on the fifth after Fal-I Blue Wave war machine to and Fine Prospect up 40 In 10 tries.

had made a first down with three first downs. put the game's top offensive per Tuttle topped the PKY groum

17-yard sweep. Miller averag- I The Demons started the drop the was Demon quarterback game with 38 yards in 16 tries

By JACK IIORAN A pass interception by Mitchell lobbed a 38.5 yards in six attempts game full of homecoming fire.

... Sun Football Assistant I on the Inverness 46 started 'ceiver Mitchell one blocked punt In one I They took the ball at theirsTATIsTICs

WILLISTON Quarterback a 45-yard Williston drive which With the clock : the Pirates' brighter show- Both c Si-

f Doug Mitchell thrilled a Home missed being a six pointer by go In the half, Ings.After I PKV Pltr Hit") there I
24 Inches. Hard runningby 130. two quarters of exchang Pint' 4own I' both
crowd here
coming Friday I mm nun I I 225 W. UNIV. AVE.REPEAT .
night with two touchdown runs lobe Griffith! and Head Inverness, who punts with the ball remain- I Iran penalties' 5 1 "I

of 60 and 65 yards as the Red moved the ball to the Citrus yards In the between the 30s, Robert i YardS Yards gtlntd oilnM\: ruin aoillnf t7 a U M good /

Devils coasted to a 33-6 win first down In punted dead on the Pir..tes' i Puss 5.0 HIPMHI I came
'IveThe Inttf by 0 S OFFER
over punchless Citrus County. Hurricane defense stiffened seem to lack seven yard line. On the.econd Punts HI t"It.4Pumllai kicking
and to hold I play from scrimmage, :: toil """'. 14: 17 Ii IiI fense at
Mitchell his
ran season point cross through I ,.
toe by quorttrtlPK "
total to 50, while W 1111\ Is ton Williston for four downs withinIts ton defense. ) Alvarez! was shaken VONBI I ? ...91 goal,
from the ball and Eddie LOIIOA NIOM III It-It said. ,
w boosted Its record to -11.. own five yard line. karln0 suSnnearyl
The 183-pound j Junior i also In the second quarter Willis- MikeQ pounced on the pig .ToucndowmtP. K. Yango Whit Iorlngflal4. II I Hansen
In the end for Starke's
zone yd run with toaot ball irttr pbckM
passed to end Bruce Mitchell Williston I
Will"" ". IrnniniPint again TD. punt) PAT-Tuttia (rural Tuitla' II yd average
for a 25 yard scoring play. I down 11. of the ball and soak) PAT no food. Florida
tram niihlna.' 11. Blocked Punt Florida Hlin) ) Joe Plant (I yd taly >
But the two long runs and tram MftiHlM 1 I Head to power ) P AT no food Flowers
In the
three shorter ones totaled to Vines' |ilM4 roil. M 131(4lnM team down to I fourth period I Irwa Davit (I "yd. aowtr) PAT -: that the
y..1It ..... .* !.. blocked Miller's punt no
give Mitchell a sparkling 298 pass s i, 5.11untt. tory. Mike Oead. his

rushing average for the night. IntN by a n dos, out 72 yards Initiated later was what the three Tornadoes into-'[own 25 and marched to the ,..- ..
Williston took the 110511.5' lost I' "
opening Vanes 100' ,,"n.l. 11. 50ScoreDy ball on a third score from the IS yard PKY S In 13 plays before the .. .
kickoff but failed to generateany W.rl.nrWLLLTON bolted twelve Blue Wave began to show their I
Initial drive and punted to 111 15.11INV10N155 line.On ,. I
5 114+ 0acsne tone the first play Older hitDouglas mean streak. SELECTED GROUPS
Inverness When the Hurricanes -
r? / downuWIIIIaton summsrytTwc Mitchell co n [ for 10 yards and a first- Then the battle of defenses
couldn't move the ball, o. 000,1.11 Sun (a51/ PAT Mitchell again In fact it defensive .
and-goal from the five but began was
they punted and the ball drop. run by N.ad, S. Mllc/I.II. !Mil
Mlktll run ((191 PAT MM to .. MIlch.lI .- point after Starke finally relinquish play that scored PKY's first ;
ped Into Mitchell's hands on his Mikill run ((4)), PAT Pus to lit The half OF
.no 0. Mlttlwll. run, (Mllnvtrn.it the pigskin the ball was TD.
own 35. The quarterback wove, Klr>.. run IS). safely ahead %touchdowu.'t the 17. Blocked Punt
resting on
In and out through a web of,
Inverness tacklers and then ton scored twice. The first tally The second Two plays later Mickey Ag- Early In the second quarter
shot down the field for the first came after the Devils took over which 94 yards Intercepted an Alvarez! pass linebacker Wilshire Walkup SPORT COATS
touchdown. A key block which the ball on their own 34. A 33- Williston. were the 34. and with IS seconds blocked a punt attempt at the
Elder hit his broth- Demon six. An alert Whit 1
sprung Mitchell for his long run yard pass play to Bruce Mitch-
the Red
and then Springfield a PKY tackle grabbed
for 22
Dwight yards
was thrown by Will Whitener. ell helped move the football to
Inverness 25. were with a scoring toss to the pigskin and scooted six .
Fullback Robert Head ran downs on yards to paydlrt. A Steve Tut- AND
the conversion and the Red On fourth and a even, passer last two Fernandina threatened but tie run for the PAT made it
Devils notched an early lead. Mitchell faded back and Still the 70.
( ) :
Williston tackle Defense/ was dominant until

and Griffith Friday ,Prep late in the third quarter when SLACKS .

Trenton Gives rlcanes from Florida High began to move fora Flashy :

tained drive. Grid ScoresLOCAL touchdown of its own. basic c..i..c."w.'

Brake The Demons drove in eight more

._v1llo JI. Boytono Molnlon' I plays with halfback Joe Plant the j I Handsome Collection of Dacron and Wool
Chic fland Fight Williston K. Yongo U Iorlde Nigh Itunion I doing the honors on a five yard the ,

Ice In the _. 14. Nn/AnA. C belly. A Boyd Ayer kick for the plus i Not all I sizes in every t Ottern.
Coach 1 U Imorntu I
Sammy ..,.. II, Pornondliwli PAT was wide to make 1H..
found Itself on ... City n Now,,". I The key man In the Demon
In 13-6 DefeatTRENTON yard line. Mike I ; '_ M MolroM If drive fullback
I ,. 01100 >>. Jarwlmtl was 166-pound 3500
tapped for the .Marlon..* 13, TrontM It Ttvortt 4 14 Bruce Davis who literally ran Reg.

I 150-pound .dar Coy IS Taylor II over people for some vital yardage
the center of .,CIW''" if. KoyttMW Htlgnfi' 13 to the drive alive.
It Just wasn'tIn the extra point was stalled at OTH..I keep

the cards for the pesky TI. the one foot line. I his second TD ...."". tt jKkim M4beunn.J, Port a lautfartal | PKY finally got their offense
but Trenton tried series of A Doug cranked and drove for a TD $2590
gers here Friday night then a Irronthtn 7 "t) up
.. .
Wo l 1 PomMM 4
Trenton almost dealt Chelfland "multiple offensive" plays, none nie Stevens '.. Mal iMcroit Jr, PoKokM I after the ensuing kickoff. T b t

a losing hand before bow I lng, of which caught the Indians by 0. ,".,....COy C rloy II ,Nova.. cad I P.rt I Blue Wave drove 51 yards in
13.6 surprise I Earl Ogden M OktocnobM PSI t 10 plays with the highlight play
a ,
II'" Mal It lolN) Slow t
Trenton scored the first time Bennett was Injured In the back added his ... Mart H slows I being an It-yard burst by Tom
third period and Chiefland found /. Au.UIlMa J, lOIOllltO lootn 4 Hanacn. Tuttle did the honors
they took possession following, ; to his 60-yard .... Worm ,.. ftlvlara" locn II "
: the kickoff. They used approximately ., a sizeable hole In the middle of the first play ....._.. ttadi. ,.. Ion Oolllo > with a one-yard sneak and the Advertised Hubbard Slacks .. .
1 Port Myora 7
the Trenton line most of the PAT run fell short to make It
S 10 plays to show their, kicked off to ,_. DhronlM. 1. Punt. Oortfi 4
Intended to be .as fourth period. Moor* It Orlanaa I.ono 14 13-7. % Dacron -45% Wool Blend from
: guests they With the ball ._ City M, Plont. City U our reg-
Starting from their own 12, ._ V. *
mean as their depth would let took loono Oino
line Ogden .. .
Corbin CoMM J, Orion li). I
'_ them. I Key Mills and Wendell quarterback Pom I* Ort_ Oak ._ II f stock.

Jimmy Slaughter, a lanky went to work on Trenton's worn and galloped .Pork Air M.Acotomy Mount Dora M f Port Porto Buy as you

halfback with the boldness of a ITATlnlCl lines for 54 Soak Looot ... Collihw, I
''" M feul tutntor 14
run aW.Ylteam roller went In colon It. t.sPlrst IJ tial scoring ,,'. loads. lnroo.. M Dolon? 1 Reg. 1295
from 11 yards out after takinga Inset rv.1kle" II I II IMOVlOW e
when the 'C a a <. 35. ._". I ElectricTYPEWRITERS
from quarterback Iran Nsslnp I RlKt M MonohM 4 \
screen pass three >
11. us yards : Ovrinollonl
I Tares 501510, Iiisods 55.
Don Thomas. swI' 131 plays. ...._. U. Crvi'Ol Clues 4PMrlMff
The Initial drive was good ; Salod rn 5 .se" Only /, Nyk O. Torpor Iprlnf. Standard ,:

,for 63 s yards and Howell Lancaster pewl Yltu. w iT ..M 5Pumbl.s .11 Pslonbwe: Nrm.at 4. 11. -I! TYPEWRITERS J/ $1070Pro
the I" A Williston bury -1
: and Slaughter. plus lout I' b SNryless CIa. IX Lara I Portable
vines loot 115.1/15' U II
;passing of Thomas to end Danny Inverness 17 / 1. M. OwMMU 1
are s bY wurt.nrCNISPLANO ........... TYPEWRITERS
east lov 14 ZoaftyrMIN
0 ', Wilson proved to be the 0 0 I 1-11 ly yielded ........ M. Ooa City 4 "I
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'right combination for the TI- sansarytTeuddewsu touchdown I = 5,11,5.Plant.: U.. 55.TamM WM/N CHambrrlal N.v.5 0 I 1 S ELECTRIC
It the hard ...
get MllllMrauf Tamaa ADDING
5 gers. .. .
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Fired Up Tigers ZtWtnkDi_ZaMiMkTroMM S3 yards over .w_ 1.. Tvnaa bail II MACHINES 2 PAIR FOR 2000
(II trwnTfMmatt ..
HHtfUHr MM Devil defense. .. I*. Port LouaortfoM PkwCrotl4
ChleOand was thwarted by the CALCULATORSDESKS
fired up Tigers moat of the and now weak middle area. i Inverness only ...,. PlacW 10. Prootaraot 11 .
lint half and Dennis Zeleznlk Banging out the yardage In of those yards aMt II.'X-Moor orry lanes UtlMHa I CHAIRS :

: 'was Jarred loose from the ball chunks of S, T. I almost at will|doled out to the ......Pus. |l. '.)o Mount._0.055 I FILES Charges for Normal Alterations

on Trenton's 17 Just when It appeared Chiefland marched to the Tiger the form of Win at Kawao, 4

: the Indians were on the four and from here Zelexmk Anyway, IS I.-.... an 17 Part loko Moaao KM*II* DUPLICATORS FREE PARKING ON 1ST FEDERAL LOT

.war path. t sneaked In for the clincher. I verness was 4 (.... PMcMr t. Jatlnamfflt IM I PHOTO COPIERS

Trenton behind the stubborneu -I Dropped Ball Williston two ) bass ft, JacktamU* J..... OVIR 100 RINTAl UNITS

; of guards Grady Jones Chiefland would have made It Don King -c1..wm.1 .,.M 15. Jab/n111lo TO CHOOSI MOM ASK ABOUT OUR 30 DAY OR

and Greg Bennett, managed to even worse had not Mills dropped touchdown land fn._.la aM4.. .. RENT as you BUY o
:contain Cnlefland's Ted Key the the ball on Trenton's 21. and the visitors | Min II liaaaft V Jodnamflki( Kaay REVOLVING CHARGE PLANSjveijiaii
Just Phone FR 2-1411
a first half. The scat back from yard line In the) warning minutes ton's hopes of a [ _.... .. City Say If, .1<<'--. Pan

Chiefland wu good for only It of the final quarter With a little -. 4. toko City (Hot
d :yards the first two periods.But Mills had broken away from minutes to go In City-'Ine II 55. J.5.sk 5). C1s5..M MORGANTypewriter

It was a different mat t e r his own 35 and was sailing home ..listen capped t .lkspa 51.14 SraMus PlorkM N D ash a 1
the second half.Apparently free when the ball became vn- last six points. 1 .. t, TollaMMat low'sawa11a I (
l McCall ,fumble ixtmaia M POMTM City Agency
Doyle associated from the disappointed on the -
make the Indians ;: f5,1ga w5116 14 M/sw n
threatens to halfback. was the ., T-. Y11oe Ciwcaw "Serving" Central Florida
home because two tried vainly to other Mitchell
walk plays Slaughter put I UKaa. ..: I Sine 1935"
after the second half kick 0 f f Trenton back Into the contest In On third and ""-. M.&,_CxoNlow_ Ala.I U C.mtbta. Line af Office 225 W. Univ. Ave.
: Lee Mills lipped 54 yards for a the final period but by then I tucked a handoff ... .IIIMIIO.. Ala. UaMiay Supplies
touchdown after taking flat Chiefland had wore their hosts and dashed 60 .. It Port- W JM,4 SV01-903 N. Main St. 378-1611 Next To Fla. Theatre
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If j. Defense* '*- ,* -- Plays ... Big Role as GHS Breezes, w!,. 32-0 I IJ 1 IREFEREE



Assistant Sport Editor
Many football coaches aDd
player down through the year
have contested that a good defense
Is the best offense. ,
They hit it squarely on the ,,
nose when it came 1o Friday
I night' grid action at C111 1 sees

Field.Gainesville High forced Daytona

Mainland into ft u meroul
mistake and cashed In on them
with regularity In a smashing '
32-0 victory.
Blocked punts, fumbles and
pass Interceptions were the order
of the night for Gainesville,
a la Mainland.
Second StraightIt
was the second straight win
I for the Hurricanes, *omethin. ;

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Johnson (12)) Battles Mainland' Intended Receiver Etheridge P...5 P-I. 5-Is
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Undefeated Cross Gus CIII) 1-5
City MAINLAND t t- I
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ToucMnmltOHI. OIHM (II riM), P4T Mfarii '
Spanks Neivberry. 32-0 from IckdMDi PAT M too/ HIM' II
NO' PAT KI,1. ? .1I1eft
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By JIM KELLYSun a touchdown on each possessionof l.tel:the last quarter when they hadn't achieved before Friday I
Football Assistant the football The Newberry Corbin punched over from one and pushed their record *
NEWBERRY The powerful defense could not find a way to yard away Quarterback louis! over the hump at 4-1 Th defeat .
Cross City Bears, led by cope with the Invaders' ground. Overstreet passed to Bobby Kin- evened Mainland' slate a t I *
fullback Randy Corbin and halfback game. cald for the extra point. The 222. 1
Jerry Carr, proved unwelcome The remaining four touchdowns final drive started at midfield. The Hurricane jumped off to '
guests Friday night as were tallied by the bull- Deepest Drive a commanding 1(4 advantage
they scored In every period to like running of Corbin. The deepest Newberry penetration In the first half on the strength! ,
whip the Newberry Panthers, Four-Yard TD occurred In the secom of a blocked punt a fumble and
12-0, in a Southern Division I I In the second quarter Corbin quarter when the Panther (7 yard aerial bomb.
Suwannee Conference football plunged four yards, climaxingin drove to the Bear five yard Only 2:40 had ticked off the
game. 80-yard drive. Corbin unsuccessfully line, only to lose the pigskinon Scoreboard clock whoa 225-, -
The Dixie County club rolled tried a dropkick for a fumble. The Newberryball pound halfback AI Glfrln galloped .crew
to 13 first downs and 334 yards the extra point. carrier was hit at the 12 yard for the first -
rushing In winning Its sixth Corbin scored twice In the five, and the ball rolled Into Gainesville score. Two play l s I ; t.
game of the season against a third period, the first on a one- the end zone where an al. r t earlier the Hurricanes swarmed
sole tie with Williston. Newberry yard plunge and the second on' Bear grabbed It. through to block a Main I land I
suffered 1U sixth loss againstone I 20-yard gallop up the middle. Newberry' Harry Holder, 165- punt and set up shop at the 11
victory and one tie. Corbin ran the extra point after I pound fullback, and 201 pound The Hurricane tacked on another .
Corbin, a 113 pounder, rambled -the first TD. The !scores capped Bo Bass, an end recently con- score with 10:44 left In
for four touchdowns and Cross City drives of 50 and JO verted to the backfield, made the second quarter when Mike
rushed for more than ITS yards yards. I(I several four. to eight y II' Gibson wound up at the right : '
Karr, a fleet 155 pound half The final six pointer came.gains through the Bear line. dl(place at the right time. : :
Picked Off Fumble
C.4: C'Iy: NIW ,
PI.S....dawn.. 13 11 The junior halfback pickedoff
-5 1 1 '
5,55. rs1IM 1i a a fumble In mid-air and
va 5155., ,-."'.. 5 I Butler raced 23 yard to the end tone. ,
'" 5.d 55.55. au 555
".,'" "'nN' 5551. II Gibson also kicked the e I tea 1 I *
Puw Iolor. W I.' .I, H* point to make it 134. I -

Push .... 1355 Gainesville pushed across six /
y.555551,.. MM _.,,11.. 4tmrt 5. as 1 Rips JenningsTor more point with only 3> seconds ,
kv .u rMni left In the first half when
t.oa5TV INIWMMV 5 11 r-at
IScarlnt e .-a Jackie Eckdahl reached back ; t
iwmivylTouchdovimi and heaved a 67-yard pass to '
c- City K .,
4 (nm4 15 hut 5N
.wy r<) The hard throwing lefthand
er fired the ball 45 yard In
back, scored one TD, intercepted -I LAKE BUTLERTheunbeaten crown of the Suwannee Confer the air, and Hipp ate up the 1,I
a pass, and accounted for Lake Butler T I" era i ence. remaining yardage to the end ,
about 100 yards rushing. ,roared for four second hall I Head Coach Jim Daniel's t tone. I
Alert Defense touchdowns to crunch the Jennings -Tigers scored In the first periodon Gainesville came back early I ,
Meanwhile the staunch Bear Panthers, 38-7, Friday; a 24-yard pas play l from In the third period for It* only
defense limited Newberry to 130 night In a Suwannee Conference quarterback Jimmy Thomas to '
130 yards rushing. 12 yards football. game. end Larry Clyatt. I I
passing, intercepted (Iwo pass The Tigers combined a potent Tiger fullback Harold Griner Cedar Key
es, and recovered a Pin t her running and pasting attack to slashed through the middle of
fumble. win their eighth contest of the the Jennings line for 10 yards .
Karr scored Cross City's first year. Lake Butler already has md Lake Butler'* second Tops Taylor 'I.'
TD on a four-yard run, capping clinched the Northern Division touchdown In the second quarter. I
a M yard drive. The pass I
For the extra point failed. Lone TD By 25.12
So effective were Karr, Cor HawthorneIn Jennings scored It. t lone [
bin and rest of the Bear offense touchdown in the second pertod I. PEARSON Cedar Key's (
that Cross City drove for and Lake Butler took a 13-7 Shark raced to a pair of fir* t
20.12 lead Into Intermission.In quarter touchdown here 1 lad '
the second half, the Tigers light and whipped Taylor o f '
Keystone Hts. scored 23 more points, behind Pearson, 23 12, In a Rlverland
Grid WinMELROSEHawthorne the field generalship of quarter'l Conference football game.

back Thomas. The T The win pushed Cedar Key' &
Loses Again ove r- scored twice In each period, record to 4 2, while It was !
DOwered the Mustanci here Fri taking advantage of explosive Taylor's seventh straight defeat '
BALDWIN Undefeated day night 20 12, as "theMe scoring plays. Taylor scored first on Ronnie I.Puckett'
Baldwin won its eighth straight rose grid machine got rolling Thomas collected on'e on .a six yard run, but
football game here last night too late In the second half to'dashing 55-yard quarterback Cedar Keys stormed back with' ,'
thumping an Inexperienced Key. overcome their favored keeper play, following his blockIng quarterback Miles Smith passling !

atone Heights club, 3913. nents. Oppo.l' flawlessly. 35 yards to Jerry Beckman
The winners scored 13 points Hawthorne managed to Minutes later the Tiger ,- for a touchdown. ;
In the first quarter and then the Scoreboard In every periodby nal-caller tossed a 20 yard I The Sharks tacked on I their I
expanded It to 27 at balftune. the final quarter and kept TD past to end Rusty Wade other first period score w he I I 1
Keystone got on the seers-their chances alive for a River- In the fourth period, halfback Smith dashed 40 yard Into the ,
board in the second quarter land Conference title this year Tommy Thoma caught the end tone.
The Gilland brothers, Don Jennings defense unaware and
when Ronnie Homer grabbed a
Cedar Key scored again In
23-yard pass from Cliff Chapman and George, were the big guns swept 70 yard on a reverse second
the when SPECIALS
quarter George
in the end tone. for the Hornets as usuaL play for mother Tiger alx-point ,5 r s arm
Hathcox to Beckman
Keystone finished Its scoring Don passed to end Andy FulU er. Jimmy and Tommy Thomas passed \
and then In
again the third
Into the final quarter when for a score that carried 22. arc brothers. POOL TABLES
period on a 31 yard a tr lal I
raced S3 yards to get Hawthorne rolling.George
Brokas yards
Stephan Un
I ( from Hathcoi to tennis Afford .
I GUland the extra ,
with fumble.Hardrunning
The final Tiger score came Taylor' last touchdown came ORDER YOURS
Chuck Moates I:point. on another Inns hu)at. a IS-vird- on an 11 yard run by Everett
was the leading offensive per. Another Score scamper by; halfback Ray Wood. f FOR XMAS DELIVERY
brmer for the powerful Bald- Dukes. I Score 'Tr
by quarter*:
tin aggregation la. the second period Hornet We played a pretty geod Cedar Key 315522 SHOP EARLY! !
The lots wu the eighth Don again racked np another ball game," said Daniel "1 was Taylor 111122lbrtnlouth BRAKE $ 19
itralght for Keystone, which Is tally for Hawthorne on a one especially proud of our offensive
sooty; Its third year of vanity'yard sneak Into the end MM.GUland showing in the second PING PONG SPECIAL Myft&Ct,
xunpetltion. Ibis time brother half." Wins

Don iced the evening's workoutfor The Lake Bviler coach, HANOVER: N.H. (A?) He,.'. why 11'* tptclal
the Hornets on a 40 yard
Palatka Ties praised the one play of Henry Dartmouth turned loose sophomore
dash shortly after the third per.,Whitehead, tackle; Kenny WO- quarterback Mickey (.X Remove front whla' adjust brakes
Lake City ().(J pod get under way. By this time lams, linebacker; cad Bruce Beard stiffed Archie Roberta' TABLESby
Front Wheel
It time to .IRepack bearings
Melrose realized was ,Mantju, tackle. wising and scored its loth Ivy
PALATKAPalatka fought let rolling. I Score by quarters: I!Leap football victory ever Irl.ktH .jX Check artist seals
of the I Melrose came roaring back in Jennings i Columbia In It
to ha second I I tie 'I( year Saturday; BALLS
Add b"kllluld and road
reason here Friday; night la a the final two periods as Jim ,lake Butler 57131239 31-14. .I/ test
Ford scored twice for the Mustangs
lard nosed game with undo I on plunge of U and 11 I CENTRAL HCATING **4 Alt CONDITIONING- PADDLES t Tab Your Cir Whirl The Experts In

eated Each Lake of the City.teams; threatened yards. I ESTIMATES Flit NET .nj POST SETS ..for AJllenlct Won I
Jong Allen and Fort were
ice k> the defensive contest standout for the Mustang defensively J. C. BROWN CO.
:eke City drove to !the llyarf and end Wayne AJUMI 'I
fate In the second period only stood; out for the Hornets.' Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods GOODYEAR SSTOREE:

x/ lose !the ball on oown-10 the Ti-defensively. tImllIfA! / 1 Nortfxwrtr*! ,..'. SpwtMf CM* HM******
Palatka got don I : "L'? 725 N. MAIM ST. PHONI J72J5J7I
ler,' nine and on fourth down I I Score by quarters: Illl W. IMmMv AMM MMU MJI2 0,.. M... .... n.... ...,.u ,."
tried a field goal when wuModel I'Melrose I I f U'Hawthorne ITI-0142 Off Sloe '..... M tan s ..... -I.. I.__tw.. 11S...e t._
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; 01 Goteeavill Sue Sunday, Nov.mbe/, 1964f

Acquits Tampan In Strike Case
AP A1JE RAGE Of 60 $11 (,I< I
TAMPA (AP) A Criminal he had invited- them in.
BUSINESS MARKET 1 Court Jury Friday night ac-.

., RPORT y -, ,.+: ::1 830 quitted John E. Wink,.i Steelworkers The search was made durlnjI
f j Union official, of a, period ta which several ezple
REVIEWSupermart 31! charge of Illegal possession of:alons occurred around homes a

explosives during the Florida steel! company executives,ant
Steel strike earlier this
: 100 year.
employes. No one wit Injured.lathe (
Wink, president of United -
Steelworkers Local denied blasts. :: _
Wall Street Takes LBJ 185 6020
deputy sheriffs contentions that -
See 3Almportont
Plan 270 they found dynamite and batteries I II AnnaunctmtntAbout1

Buying Landslide Election r M..v. T..uln ..n.... ''h.......,I Jii"U4 .-;- I at his trader, home. He I Your Fu..... f ram
Calmly also disputed their statementsf: DALE
Due Vote I that, although they entered his CARNEGIE
333 hlusnie/l' home without a search warrant,I
i _.
Ohio (AP) (O; Nftu lark ffinut I government, no farm government the automotive workers? If the :an I I.._).T.n.... -- -- ----
COLUMBUS, By THOMAS & MULUNEY no one faction, no 4m steel package Is that generous :aJt .
"Farmers who produce the about nation' N. Y. Times Financial Editor group" what will its effect be on no ":I.i H./ ,, .>,. = Lee Scruggs
food into are'the supermarket NEW YORK President Perhaps the over riding other wage negotiations and n.na k "-.J; SAYSt' :.'
going Johnson's decisive elect 0 n consideration in the market'scautious on steel and other prices!
business. )In victory last Tuesday stlrrec performance las t To some extent at least, the ::127 .. "' ; '' lavi you* hod on Iniuranci,chtcluuorecently1
could Se.
come Proftatonal
The decision 4 Ind.padeneIv'
polite Wall I week was the realization that
a unique applause along I upcoming steel wage talks Iniuranc Agent tomorrow Look for, the
the next month on could Street but failed to Ignite any .the administration is faced immediately Investor interest For the second straight week The Associated "B.8 .I" Molt
which dampened in
:marketing proposal unable rally in the stock market with very grave cr Press average 01 60 stocks declined, closing Friday 'ho... PR 2.1494
.give farmers more economic sea in international affairs. steel issues In the stock mar at 329.5 from 330.2 a week earlier as indicated in NATIONAL MOTICTION .WEEK
I i muscle. Farmers are looking The disarray in that sphere ket last week. the above chart NOVIMBU .14 -
call a fair shake
what they
f for is so ominous that the Pr'!s!-
They alao want more 1 ::
f to prices.
1 leverage In dealing with food to Ine'tor'rl dent decided to send UnderSecretary
I of State George W.
r f ,processor. "' Ball to Europe. to try t o
It'. I fairly open secret that the same thing Business straighten out the North At-
the plan is for the American twice They had lantic Treaty Organization over .
t Farm Bureau Federation, or at thoroughly dls-bMMMMv the United State's plans for FOOD \
least 10 of its autonomous ataul. Counted a Johnson triumphin the alliance's nuclear defens-
Jederatlons, to buy one or more the firm upward movementof
l. supermarket chains. stocks since the ses.Other
1)i) summer problem areas In.
The plan Is known as"the conventions. elude the deteriorating situation -
"Ohio marketing proposal. It Since the Goldwater nomination in South Viet Nam and
was developed by the staff of last July, the New York the Impasse in the ,Common
the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Times combined average advanced Market over grain prices -a
,. and approved by the board almost 20 points and stalemate that not only threa- FA I RBAHWAS : p
I -t-
of directors. the Dow Jones inrlmtrl a 1-a tens to wreck the Common
It will be presented Wednesday have Jumped 2t points. Market but also the "Kennedy
to the annual state meeting Stocks rose moderately last round" of tariff reductions of
I and, if approved, will be Monday toward the close by: which the U.S. has pinned ..
I presented to the national confer' tradIng in a burst of pre-elec-. great hopes.
ence In Philadelphia beginning Ion enthusiasm. They resum There was the further concern -
Dec. 1. ed their advance early In Wed- that the President might PRICES EFFECTIVE
A committee of the national esday's session, but there. before long be confronted with THRU WEDNESDAY FARMER GRAY
American Farm Bureau Federation -after drifted lower.Businessmen serious domestic economic NOON
; already has begun seemed THICK SLICED
(,, optimistic problems as well.
studying the proposal and is elt that President John- Walter W. Heller, chairmanof QUANTITY RIGHTS
pected to have its recommendations on's election will be good the President's Council of RESERVED "
t ready for Philadelphia. for business. Those holding economic Advisers, was quoted I 'ON
Reports have it that the pro- that view cited the President's last week as viewing; the
ponents are Interested-In buying political wiles, his moderationand possibility of price inflation as
,the Great Atlantic& Pacific Tea his flexibility as their basis the: economy's main problemIn
Co. group of supermarketwhich for optimism. the next five months and
handle, about U per cent Several pointed confidently the possibility of a business
of national food sales. to the passage in the Presl- slowdown ai the chief threat

Although the bureau declines ent'S victory speech in whichhe after mid-1965. I 269
to name any company, C. William said the election results The big Imponderable Is the FRESH.I L :
Swank, general manager were a mandate for unity and steel wage negotiations t hat
of the Ohio bureau's agricultural "for a government that serv-start early next year. Will steel
marketing association, eI no special Interest n 0 labor try to match the S per FANCY GOLDEN
admits, "We've talked more business government, no labor cent economic gains won b;1
; "shout one than another" and LIMIT.t WITH .50 06 MORE
adds, "We're not dealing Idly." FOOD ORDIC

According to Swank, the power NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, NOV. 6\j\ I 1 1LB 1y
In the food industry has shifted lot Km t rt Tr '
from the food processors to Low Close Net Ch,.
the retail chains. 25 Roils 149.5 H7.52 148.21 OH 1.39 '
The big retail chains, pushing 25 Induitrfolt 897.68 887.69 895.91 Up 2.11 I 1
and advertising their own SO Stocks 523.71 517.60 522,06 Up .37
4 brands, have weaned the consumers 9 -. l
i 'r.\ ,
I away from the nations BLII'
rJ' I
< ,
brands, once the trump card of } a :
the big processors, lie said. FRESH m

Government standard have Itt I
assured the quality of products, business 89
Swank explained, and the consumer brief
tends to buy the "un- GROUND5I89BEEF

named" product because it is .

cheaper !
The retailer now "calls the .
shots" Swank laid, describing. NEW UNDERWRITER Lee will advise on problemsof
the retailer's, pressure on the James F. Burns, area director small business In Florida and Hte.es.teeteMMtM.ssNiiiiiiiFYKETASTE IIIISIIIIISIS1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIFVNEIEX ININNN............IIIJU 11111i1S6q

processor who, In turn, pressures of Florida ft*." suggest ways of Improving
the farmer. As an exam- for the College *M SBA's services to small firm 1
J ple, he said the turkey farmer Life Insurance 'e're owners and managers In t h I 11 CIRCUS
cannot find out how much the Co. of area.
,f processor will pay for the turkeys -I i A m e rice, re. tin t Lee Is secretary treasurerand
until the supermarket set ceived his dijloma I"fir q manager of Fullgas, I n c.,
its price for the housewife. as a designated ;* dealers In Liquified PetroleumGas.
I Owning an Influential share of Char DEEP BROWN EVAP. WAX ORANGEBEANS
the retail outlets would give the tired Life Underwriter Services available from SBA
1 farmers an effective weapon In Oct Include business and disaster
getting bargaining rights with 29 In Jackson loans, contracting and technical
the food processors. It would ville. Burns assistance, management help
offer advantages to those who Burns Is a graduate of Ball and licensing Small Busin ess MILK PAPER DRINK
do bargain fairly with farmers State College, Indiana, and Pur Investment Companies which I 1
and disadvantages to those who due University Life Insurance provide long-term loans I n d
refuse, Swank said Marketing Institute equity capital to small firms.
He explained that those who Chartered Life 1 Underwriter The SBA office in Jacksonville
play ball, In effect, could be (CLU) is awarded to those who Is located at 47 W. Forsyth
assured of "full supply con-have passed a series of professional Street In the Jacksonville National -
tracts" to provide processed examinations and have Bank Building, f o u r 11 h 9c TALIOc: 100 19c S
foods under the store labeL This three years experience In life floor.INSURANCE tot
might lead to eventual elimination and health Insurance fields AWARDSW. UM FT CAN
of brand name products, B. Stotesbury district CAN ROLL
"but they are declining any WINS CARPETR. manager, and William A. Pen-
how,"Swank said N. Walker, federal airways I die and R. Joseph Zeigler, sales SAVE 4* BUT 'u IT THE MMMIIIHIiailMSIIIIiailtllllllllll
'On the other side of the scale, operations specialist for representatives at Gainesville Lmrr.3 WITH 2.50 OR IOU ORDER LIMIT WITH 2.50 OR MORE ORDER
the uncooperative processor the Gainesville Airport, won the were honored T bur s day IIIIIMIIIIHIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHOMEMADE m......11..................11........tIl''''...11.........................."

might be faced with reduced DuPont wall to wall carpet, night at a dinner in Jackson-]
display room and smaller orders Installed, at the House of Car- ville and attended the musical
for his products, Swank pets' grand opening at S34 N. play, "Oliver" in Jacksonvillefor GOOD BYladgTair
explained.The Main SL their outstanding records in
proposal Is most feasible Mr. and Mrs. Walker live at the company's national life Insurance
In the dairy, livestock and poultry -2224 N.E. 12th Ter. sales campaign.The .
markets and ta the produce men, with fifteen othersof .
(Ir canning areas. NAMED TO COUNCIL the Jackson G. Fields Agency
Financing the purchase would Walter R. Lee, Jr., of Gainesville of the Aetna Life with agency FRESH!I
require money from less than has been appointed to the offices in Jacksonville, were DELICIOUS 20t NUT .
one-third of the national federa Florida Small Business Advisory honored for their sales efforts Y CRISPTENOER
tion's II million members, Council, according to Ken- during a five week national POUND
according to D. R. Stanfield, non H..Turner, manager of campaign. All three men re- 49 y PU(
executive vice president in Small Business
f Administration ceived special recognition at ... ,
Ohio. .
Jacksonville office.YOKOSUKA the dinner. CAKE 31j '
If 500.000 farmers invested
1100 per year for four years it lEANS

would provide $200 million to Japanese Police Gash .ROwN'04 SE5Y8 a PRO 12 ,
purchase stock, Stanfield said, / +
explaining that additional funds 2 I
could be raised through the sale With Anti-U.S. Rioters CLOVER LEAF
of ID-year debenture bonds.

Stanfield speaks of four supermarket Japan (AP) Several demonstrators were ROLLS sr/HTr LRIgeI
chains AlP, Safeway
I Kroger, and American Police clashed Saturday with clubbed to the ground, but there .
about ,000 students and socialists were no reports of serious casualties.
Stores (Acme) as the "four : I
billionaires," which control 20.1 snake-dancing front of a
I Authorities said 34 demonstrators : IVANSON'SMOZEM
per cent of the food purchased U.S. naval base'to protest scheduled
In the country. He said one of' were arrested on charges of 1 : SPAGHETTI I MEAT
visits by nuclear subma
them would require about $400 rives obstructing police.Demonstrators Fail '_.w_r.i

million,Although for controlling the Ohio interest group the The clash occurred after members of the leftist included organization MO- i IsS:: GREEN SIPS ll!, DINNERS I

would prefer that such a business demonstratorscarrying which staged violent riots : ;':;. \ ;:
venture Is entered nationally "Yankee Go Home" placards In Japan In 1969 to protest theUS. BONUS : EIC fRUIT CAKE
Swank said the purchase marched up to the main gate' of Japan security treaty. i __....______ j 21-- 79cI
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probably could be made by the Yokosuka base and began The 19M riots forced the cancellation .0 s-1l-a/------
members In the major "farm hurling rocks, placards and of a visit by President
bureau states," which he said shoes at polka stationed there. Eisenhower and resulted in the
are the midwestern and south- The police charged the mob downfall of the government of
era sUtM and California. [swinging their truncheons. Prime Minister Nobuauke lUshi.


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tim. to get their uniforms, art helping at the "Toys for Tots" Workshop. Every afternoon last week and nest, Gainesville/ Girl Scouts I
are assisting the Junior Woman's Club renovate(fM ......toys kr TOTimy collected Lmni' by the Jayce.s and the Boy Scouts for distribution during the Chriit-
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Checking handmade articles for the annual Arrowcraft Sales Wednesday Planning the first Antiqu. Fair and Sol.In Gainesville November 17 and
are these Pi Beta Phi alumnae, Mn. J. W. Shonds Jr., Mrs. William 18 are Co-chairmen Mrs. Edward Bird, left, and Mn. Herbert Kaufman,
A. Nash and Mrs. A. M. Rutladge Jr. The sale, which will include only right,who have been sifted by Mrs. Percy Beard, center, first antique.
hand croft made at the sorority's settlement school in GotlinburgTenn., dealer 'in the city. The benefit affair, sponsored by the University Medical
will take place at the Shands hem*. Guild, will be held at the Margaret Ann Store, nest la City Hall. t
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Gainesville. Sun Sunday November 8. 1964

I .March of Dimes Pi Phis Plan I 7L.


Fashion Models FetedMrs. Arrowcraft Sale : \:':"//You've ) i iX'

Gainesville Alumnae Club J as well is wooden candlesticks -
Fred Laughon Jr. The gowns, ranging from of Fl Beta Phi will hold Its book ends, straw bas
and Mrs. Carlos Hope were $75 to $1,400 In price, are be- annual Arrowcraft Sale of kets and brooms, and jewelry.Tea Never
hostesses at a coffee Friday Ing shown throughout the handmade articles fro m the and coffee will be served .
morning at the former's home United States to benefit the lorority'i Settlement Schoolat during the sale hours
honoring models who will participate March of Dimes. Gatlinburg, Tenn., Wednes with Mrs. Glenn A. Far rls Looked
In the March of Dimes Models will be Miss Sharon and Mrs. A. M. Rutledge Jr. c
Fashion Show on November Testy, Miss University of day.The affair Is planned from In charge assisted by Mrs. Smarter .
17. Florida; Mrs. Howard C, Mc- 10 a.m. until 3 p,m. at the Keith Butson and Mrs. Rob-
This year's benefit show will Nulty, Mrs. University of Florida home of Mrs. J. W. ShandsJr. ert B. Bennett.
be presented at the Gaines- ; Mrs. Robert Laurie Ham yy ., 1229 NW Fortieth Terrace Decorations will be in '
ville Woman's Club, one at mer, first Mrs. U. of F run- Westmoreland Estates. charge of Mrs. John Feaster ,43a
10 a.m. and the one at 1 p.m. ner up; Mrs. Robert Huff- tF The sale, as always, Is opento and Mrs. Carter Gilbert. ,
Tickets, which may be purchased stetler, 1963 Mrs. U. of F; the public. Committee Assistants ,
at several Gainesville Mrs. James E. Clayton, Mrs. A wide variety of gifts will Arranging the display of articles
stores or at the door, are |3 Asa J. Cox, Mrs. Lamar Crevasse be available I with some will be Mrs. Charles A. .rPi -
per person. Miss Barbara Croyle, priced below one do 111 r. Durrance, Mrs. Donald J.
Mrs. Laughon and Mrs. Mrs. E. Alray Howard, Mrs. eSenior Among the articles to be Hart, Mrs. Robert C. Skelley,
Hope, are co-chairmen for Will Gillett, Mrs. C. Allen shown art: woven place mats Mrs. G. S. Eng, Mrs. C. C. I
the benefit. Ross. and napkins, aprons, baby Haugh, and Mrs. B e r nard '
Gowns for the fashion show Also Mrs. John A. Mur- ,
_blankets, .a variety of purses, Nadeau. .My1.
were designed and manufactured phree; Mrs. Robert C. Seal- '
by such fashion houses man, Mrs. Sandy John 0 n, 5's
as Countess Alexander, Han- Mrs Perry Moore; Mrs. Jerry k
nah Troy and Larry Aldrich.AU Rudderman; Mrs. WilliamE. MONDAYSPECIAL
materials were developed Elmore, Mrs. Bill A. Fleming
and donated by the E. I. du ; Mrs. Dale Perry, Mrs. ,, _. O r : .
Pont de Nemours E. Com Gordon White, and Mrs. Don- r
pany, Inc. ald E. Rose of Ocala. Golfers f

Attending Tenth Annual Florida Senior Wo-
men's Golf Association at the Beach Club in.Naples,
Fla., last week was this trio of Gainesville golfers
left to right Mrs. J. C. Puckett Mrs. Fred Claytonand I
Mrs. M. I. Rudderman, pictured preceeding the
Awards Banquet. The three took the following hon
ors: Mrs. Rudderman third place In team play, and :::
Mrs.. Puckett and Mrs. Clayton blind bogey winners I

Mrs. Reitz to Entertain RE$4 6.95


Women's Club with TeaMrs. The satisfaction of own-

Ing fine silver .. the
J. Wayne Reitz, wife dore S. George, and honorarypast ONE pleasure of giving a use
of the president of the University presidents, Mrs. J. Hil- ful gift that is in such exquisite Elegantly hand-tailored suit In deep, nubby
of Florida, will entertainthe lls Miller and Mrs. John J. DAY taste . very 100% wool with matching wool shell. Smart
wTU iM University Women's Club Tlgert. specially priced Monday black with chesnut and black crochet
with a tea Monday, November Mrs. Elwood Keister has ONLY only. Come early, end Chanel-inspired trim around pocket, cuff
16, from 3:30 to 5:30: p.m. arranged for a musical pro- browse. and front opening. Extra smart suitskirtin
In the President's Residence, gram which will be provided the latest wrap-around effect. This suit
West Avenue. the afternoon.The GIVI A DISTINCTIVI GIFT will take anywhere in the highest of
University throughout 1...,.... .f tn ciptnilvt intt you
All club members and wives Windsor Quartet, composed fashion. See it tomorrow at Franklin's.SIZES .
of newcomers of the faculty of Mrs. William Nash x 9S

HORMONE HAND CREAM Buy.ye.sup* of are Invited to attend, according and Mrs. James Gregg, violinists 8 and 10franklin's. . . . 125'down
to Mrs. John F. Baxter ; Mrs. Arnold Wlrtla,
this that soothes, smooths moisturizes
velvety vanishing cream ,
University Women's Club violist and Mrs. Robert Ash a
your hands-keeps them holding lovely-wlth all the president.The ley, cellist, will perform In
benefits of 10,000 natural estrogenle hormone units per tea, an annual event the early afternoon. The quartet follege! 5Jbop"I
ounce. And never gets sticky or greasy about Itl! 4 or. reg. for all faculty wives and faculty will be followed by a trio : f I
$UO-Now't.15. women, will honor past composed of Mrs. John I Free Parking Rear of Store
presidents of the club. Brookbank, violinist, Mrs. David 401 W. University Ave. FR 2-4606
DRY SKIN LOTION To keep an of you silken soft- Former club presidents being Dowd, pianist and Mrs. .. ,
even dry, rough elbows, knees, h..t,. Helps protect your feted are Mrs. Harry R. Ashley. Mrs Allen Conger, -- -- I
entire body against drying and chapping. Helps protect Trusler, Mrs. Wilmon N swell violinist, and Mrs. Elwood'
your entire family, toot Dispenser top for easy application. Mrs. John M. Scott, Mrs. Kelster, pianist, will also en- You're Invited To Cherry's 12th Annual Celebration
12.CZ. $2.00 value-No $1.00.DOROTHY. James W. Norman, Mrs. BertC. tertain during the tea.
Riley, Mrs. Raymond W. Assisting Mrs. Reitz, hon-
Blacklock, Mrs. Elmer D. orary president of the University 4
Hinckley, Mrs. James D. Women's Club, will b
Glunt, Mrs. Madison D. Cody, be members of the Executive
!..... Mrs. William R. Carroll. Board and committee chair
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*+ "ir+rm mmmmmjmmmmmmammH- _mi Also Mrs. Burton W. Ames, men of the club.
GRESHAM Mrs. Harry P. Constans, Mrs Mrs. Joseph Leps Is chair
DRUGS i G. Ballard Simmons now of man of the program committee
YOUR DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STORF f I Boca Raton; Mrs. Winston W. for the tea, and with s9st4 < r. etc ,.
Little, Mrs. Lewis F. Haines, Mrs. G. Paul Moore, cochairman -
; Mrs. Howard K. Wallace, will be assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, Jr., Wayne Sandefur Mrs. S. L.
12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2.2558 Mrs. W. A. Clark, Mrs William Beckwith, Mrs. Roy E. Stock-
T. Arnett, Mrs. T. Lynn still and Mrs. William M. \
C m.r Smith, Mrs. Robert C. Beaty, Alexander.The Choose from sparkling, new fall and winter merchandise \
131h Pharmacy.a1. lltk NW.Uih .St. Mrs. Ralph H. Sharpe, Mrs. social committee i Is
A... Frank E. Maloney, Mis. Marion headed by Mrs. Vincent Sten-
M. Lasley, Mrs. DenverE. ger and Mrs. Perry Moo r e Lilli Ann and Betty RoseSUITSandCOATS
Baughan and Mri Theo as co-chairman.
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Here's Remarkable Story of Our entire stunning fall and

winter collection
Sale Lasts

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USTQMMADEAPERIES 1 0 a I 1o. Reduction \ Week One Pair Only I I

s.A$r..l..r M.. I b s lh p Supalor Fabrics Remarkably/ low Priced f : Hose With

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4\ I No Extra Detail Spared. Ea Boa aESS
Gilberg's take pride In giving you the

a. .r wNsa extras. For Instance, your custom draperies
tailored with lavish -
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.ad a..n pinch-pleated with blind stitched
side and bottom hems and turned back GROUP 1tO m b SOwr0

corners. When finished they have every Moternity Blouses WY :,
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IS ... + e Charge It At Gilb.rg'.Months To Pay ; :i' DRESSES EXCLUDED
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Engagements BinghamSchildgeNuptial UF Golf Group Luncheon Set I

r Registration for a second nested by Conrad Rehling,

rosel.,.aer- Date Set series of golf lessons for club golf pro, following lun-

I ... members will take place cheon. ..-

Bess Edmunds I' Saturday, November 21. given Saturday November Thursday during the noon If members cannot attend

has been chosen as the date 14, when Mrs Joseph M luncheon of the University the luncheon mee'mg hey
for the wedding of Mills Jane Lops Mrs. Women Club Golf Group at for the 1
J Douglas E. Scates register go-It
MADISON, Ala. Mr. and and editor of the yearbook. Elizabeth Bingham and George may
Mrs. Herman L. Bess of She Is I student at the University Hcinrlch Schildge of Mid- Mrs James L. Cooper and the Faculty Club. lessons by calling Mrs. W
'Y Mrs. E. M Edmonson A film and discussion D Wallace Mrs W. 'H.
Madison, Ala.. announce the of Florida. try +ttar1 dleton N. J. whose engagement Jr. on or

I engagement of their daughter The bridegroom elect was 2. was announced August I 1--entertain...with..__a _coffee_ _'__m_Rolf etiquette will\ be pre Zimpfer. '"

Miss Susan There se from Seabreeze
graduated Miss Bingham is the dough
Bess, to Robert Callandar High School, Daytona Beach. ter of Dr. and Mrs. N. E PIECE GOODS

Edmunds, son of Mr. and He is presently engaged!; in Bingham and Mr. Schildge is 7 l'AA y
Mrs. Alfred F. Edmunds of construction work In Orlando the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. 4ul/fr
Orlando. and will return to the University T. Sihildge, MidillUown, N. W SHOp'NDfLDD'REMEMBERf
of Florida In January J.
The bride to be was where he Is a senior.. The nuptials ill be solemnized .
graduated from Itazuke High at I p m at the University 2 HOURS FREE PARKINGON
School, Itazuke Air Base, Japan Plans have been made for Methodist Church. A reception
where she was president a December wedding in Orlando at the (.alnewllle 1 THE OLD CITIZENS BANK LOT (UNIV. AVE.)
Miss Sherry Irene Newman of National Honor Society Mini Ramona Carol Hall Woman's Club will follow
First of the pre-miptlnl parties 0 BELDING CORTI CELLI'S.

I Newman Hines Hall Rochester for Miss Rmsham. will be --"' "OBSESSION" CREPE

Mr. and Mrs N. B. Newman ployed by J. M. Fields. Mra. Lois Hall announces Mirehead Kentucky State I I For "4 OF RAYON COMBINED WITH

have announced the en- The bridegroom elect was the engagement and approaching College She is presently employed ACETATE RESULTING IN A
gagement of their daughter, graduated from Desoto Coun- marriage of her by Wilsons Depart- I Christmas. 4' '
Miss Sherry Irene Newman, ty High School daughter, Miss Ramona Carol ment Store I ..
to Charles Earl Hines son of Hall, to John Larry Roch Mr. Rochester Is employedby CANTON CREPE OF FINE
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hines of The wedding will be an ester, son of Mr and Mrs. Butlers Shoe Store of FinePORTRAITS 4 APPEARANCE IDEAL FOR
event of November 27 at 7
Roy Rochester of High I Gainesville.
at Southside Baptist i
pm. Springs Plans have been made fora
The bride elect was grad Church. Invitations are being Miss Hall was graduated November 25 wedding a t 1 1.99 Yard
uated from Gainesville High sent only to out of town from Raceland High School, First Baptist Church.Faculty .

School, and Is presently em- guests. Raceland, Ky., and attend ed Wives By

Protz-Nickens CampbellMillikenKEYSTONE FrankAnderson

ReadSaturday HEIGHTS daughter of the late ThomasE i
Nuptials Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell of She is Members of the Architecture II I SUITS. JUMPERS, DRESSES
Campbell. a junior
Keystone Heights h as announced and Fine Arts Faculty SKIRTSJACKETS--EVEN EVENINGWEAR
at the University of Wives Club will enterta I
the engagement of n BEIGE, PINK, BLACK,
her daughter, Miss Darlene Florida College of Nursing. with an evening party for raw mealsal _.do mae !
Lutheran Church was 110.1. Your ,
First sNiKolaeM tly" b.witwd ,
Elizabeth Campbell, to James Mr. Milliken was graduated their college Dames Group .... ..hM Mtrnnt >rt ttitwtlM
the for the wedding .... WHITE.
scene i
Carl Millikin, son of Mr. and from Gainesville High Monday at S p.m. m ( to .K11 & m.mwiy .
Miss Mary N i Ie ken sand Mrs. James L. Millikin of School and is employed by The evening party Is to n.11,*.1.11.tin* as biMwd'bait,. ,in....erMurifnj. AMron '
Dieter Protz, which took placeon be held at the University I portr.m a.v. im timm lor /o 4.50 Yard
evening. Rev. Gainesville the J. Hillis Miller Health ,u.lla. m.., y.... sae'I.p.aiel.d / b.M .
Saturday Miss Campbell Is also the Center.EmersonCook. Women's Club House, West out cno., as
Robert Besalski, pastor, officiated Newberry Road. '.ar.n.. 1ft.'O''h'. ?".' now .y
M 1 you will h v Hill wmMrhl
A talk and demonstration 1 Chrlitmat |tt Kmty In away of MACHINE WASHABLE
Arrangements of pink gladioli IIT. hr Itiil _lot r.r.an as your
of graphanalysli, the study sore
and carnations adorned the and analysis of handwriting, FR 15-5323 HAND SCREEN PRINTSDARK
altar will be given by Mr. and Mrs.
The bride wore a bone white Clyde Brannon. 811 N.W 13th GROUNDS--COLORFUL
and matching accessories. AVON PARK Mr. and Rev and Mrs. Wendell P.
Hostesses will be Mrs Rob-
She carried a prayer book Mrs. Raymond Cook of Loveless, Aiea, Hawaii. The ert S. Bolles chairman, assisted PRINTS. EXCELLENT FOR
topped with a white orchid. Avon Park announce th e Lovelesses are formerly of by Mrs. William T. Ar- SCHOOL, CASUAL & PLAY CLOTH ES.

Miss Margie Meeks, maid marriage of their daughter, Avon Park. nett, Mrs. John L R. Grand
of honor, wore a pink brocade Miss Sandra Ann Cook, to The bride was graduatedfrom Mrs. J. P. Hale, Mrs K. A. $ 'I 1,59 Yard
Avon Park School
suit, mashing: accessories and High Hatcher, Mrs. Elwood J. '',"
Chief Petty Officer, Dennis and attended the '
an orchid corsage. Universityof Kelster, Mrs. B. Y. K'nzey' ,0 WILSON'S CARRY COMPLETE SELECTIONS OF PATTERNS
Larry Watson served the Edward Emerson, son of Florida. Mrs. J. T. Landrum, Mrs. W.,
bridegroom as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson The bridegroom Is stationed F. Luger, Mrs. M. McDowell 1', BY McCALl'S, IUTTIlICK, VOGUE, SIMPLICITY AND

Following the ceremony, the of Alachua. with the U.S. Navy a t Mrj P. R. Mclntorh, Mrs. MODES R Y ALES, ALSO ALL NEEDED SEW INa NOTIONS.
honored with a dinner Honolulu, Hawaii. Ha was
couple was Grace Milllcan Mrs. J, GNajlor '
given by Mr. and Mrs. The wedding took place on graduated from Santa Fe Mrs Walter Raymond I
Hans Gebhard, at their home. October 12 at the home of High School and South Georgia Mr L G Shaw, Mrs. I
A reception, following the College, Douglas Ga. James 0 S'akely, Miss Anna" I HOME FURNISHINGS SHOP
The have established '
wedding dinner was given newlyweds Weaver and Mrs. Davy LWilmot. I
by Mr. and Mrs. George a home In Aiea, Hawaii I Wdde/i 2ND FLOOR

Sparks at Highland Court Delta Gamma I
Manor Community
NewcomersSet Alumnae MeetThursday '-

StormantPolkWedding MeetingGainesville i

Gainesville Delia (Gamma 1 OUR OWN
Held New comers
Club has slated their next Alumnae Club will meet II .
meeting for November If at Thursday at S pm In the "REVERE"HEIRLOOM (
Mrs John F. Stor-
mant Mr and have announced the the City Recreation Center SE home 7th of Street Mrs. James Wells, 21 I

of their daughter, At a recent meeting, Mn ,
marriage Mrs. Peggy Bowman, ewcu- J 'f
and Bennie testier was hostess. .y '
Miss Marjorie Stormant live J. STYLE" Ii
secretary at the Hillis\ I
Mrs. Fred welcomed
of Mr
Ronald E. Polk, son Miller Health Center Eye i
as a new member and
Polk of
and Mrs. Ed C.
guests Included Mrs. Frank Bank will present a movie
Brooker.The event Colbert, Mrs Chester Add. entitled Buy With a Blind BEDSPREADSIN
of October wedding 25 was at Kingsley, ington, Mrs Herbert Hall I, fold". She will discuss the eye
Mrs. James Lehrke M r a. bank program. / WHITE. GOLD.
Ga.The have established Donald Mikologczah and :'1rJ. This year Gainesville Delta _
a home in Brooker Mrs. Dennis Edward Emerson Peter Gray. Gamma Alumnae plan to work I BLEACHED WHITE, SPICE &
Bridge prizes were won by In conjunction with the Eye MOSS GREEN!
Mrs Micheal SkukM r I Bank ai part of the national i
Colbert and Mrs. Hit ologcnh. sorority project of sight conservation -



TODAY, November t ell Love and Mrs. Francis at KING SIZE 16.99
the latter's home. 3207 West
Coffee complimenting Miss University Avenue. FOUNDATIONSSHOP2ND

Kay Nelson, fiancee of Ron- FLOOR !

aid Wiggins, 3.30 to $:30 p.m", Tea
Mrs. Frank Cssery, 117 NE Program to. : CRAWFORD CHAIR PADS

Tenth PlaceUTIRDAY. To Be Given ,
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November 14 be Mrs.guest Florence speaker Dunlap during will a j FLOOR & SOFA PILLOWS.
Coffee honoring Miss tea to be given by the Vnlv-
Elizabeth Bingham, bride of Florida Engineering 1 LEFT
Hemrlch I ,
elect of George Wives Club Wednesday at 2.30 Yy
Schildge Middleton, N. J., l' p.m. at the University Worn-
a.m. until noon, Mrs. Joseph men's Clubhouse, West New- t PRINT, RUFFLED OR TAILORED
M. Lope, Mrs. Douglas E. berry Road.
Scales. Mrs. James L. Cooper Mrs Dunlap adult supervisor
and Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr.at at the Gainesville Public
the Leps home, 22U NW Library will review "The x OR STRAIGHT CHAIRS. 6,99
First Avenue. Coming World Transforma '
Coffee complimenting Miss lion." r
Julie Cheves fiancee of William Faculty wives of the departments SOLID COLOR CORDUROY

N. Babcock, 10 30 a m. of mechanical and nuclear CHAIR PADS 7.99
until noon Mrs. Earl May engineering win be hostess ,
Mrs. Charles Outen. Mrs Ce- for the program and Ua_,


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I.Calendar DAR Plans Heritage- Program- GWC to Hear ReviewOf { / lCllt i 1111 Aea/,

Costumed In gowns of yes-
will be the 10 hostesses 'Light of Day," a mystery
EventsI terday ht
entertaining the Gainesville )1rr 9l novel by Eric Ambler, will Theresa Marie Travis to the name chosen by U. and Mrs II
born Octo-
r4 their daughter,
Chapter of the Daughters be reviewed for the Gainesville David T. Travis of Jacksonville for 10
Air Station hospital .
MONDAY, November t of the American Revolution Woman's Club Wednes. her 24, at the Jacksonville Naval of Gainesville, I
J c "">kl
University of Florida Architecture Wednesday at 7,30 p. ht Travis it the former bliss Jinx rt
and Fine Arts Faculty m. for an American Heritage The baby maternal grandparents are U. Col. and Mh E, toW

Wives, UP Dames Party, program. "Jllck" JacuniU of Gainesville and her paternal grandparents -

| I p m. University Women's Mrs. Herbert A Meyer will are Col. and Mrs. Harris G. Travis of Redington hI

Clubhouse. West Newbe r r'J be receiving hostess for the Beach
e e e
Road. chapter at her home 1929 NW
\Vomen Auxiliary to Ala- Seventh Lane.Assisting Dr. and MM J. M. Ald.y Jr. of Oklahoma City have an-
thua County Medical Society nounced the birth of a lon, John Bane Alday who was born

Mo 8:30:: p m. J. Hillm in the courtesies October 10.Paternal.
Miller Health Center Auditor will be her daughters, Miss grandparents of the baby are Mr and MM. J. M

ium, Babysitters Safely Carol Meyer and Mrs. Charles Alday Sr, of Cameiville and Mr. and Mrs. J. H Easley of
Course. Freeman, and Mrs R. S. .
Rock Hill, S.C.Bake .
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University of Florida M omen's Mullin, Mrs. Ei'hart G. Peterson ----

Club, Executive Board, Mrs H. C. Ildrrls, Mrs

9:30: p.m.. Clubhouse. W .I I Thomas H Fay, Mrs J. liar. Biscuits For CompanyCompany
Newberry Road.GaineavUle vey Hord, Mrs. A. W. Burek IW
Woman Club2pm and Mrs. J. \M Hamilton '-tli coming? small slices of boiled or baked

., Clubhouse, West University Guest: speaker for the eve- 1"I I Bake tiny biscuits Split I I choice ham.-A and perfect so quick appetizer and II
Avenue Division of ning will) be Muss Thelma A. In
| while hot butter and Insert easy to prepare.
Art, regular meeting Boltln/ of White Springs, a e
Women of the M oos e, 8 former resident who will talk 1t"J .; .. I

p.m., Moose Hall on American muilr, homes ...'..., "'1'' : : GEIGER'S

Woodmen of the World and costumes ,, r

Court 8003, 7.30 pm IOOF I SPECIALSFOR
Folklore Expert l EXTRA
Mall election of officers .. x c #
Club Miss Bolt in Is director of
Gainesville Bridge ,
special events at the Stephen
7.30 p m, Recreation Center ,,
r Foster Memorial where she the
TIFSDAY, November It
is In charge of the Jeanie 1tlA ONLY
Gainesville Entomolog I cal a
Auditions and Ball each February
Club, Noon, University of Florida : .
Sho state .
serves as e e
Faculty Club Garden .
Room. chairman of folk music for
the >Florldi federation of ta-
Phi Sltf
Chapter Music Clubs and Is national Pictured shove In a gown from the trousseau of
ma Phi, 1pm., Mrs. Harold chairman o' folk music for Mrs. Francis Sanchez of Gainesville and St. Angus-

Johnson, 1528 NE 13th Street. the National Federation of tine in Mis Thelma Ihiltin of \hite Springs, who will DRESSESFor
Lioness Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. when she Heritage
Music clubs wear the drew gives the American
Harry Bryant 2208 NE 12th program for the Gainesville I).Ml Chapter Wed 1 rwIw misses and missy petite saxes 8 to 20. Juniors and |tumor
Street. A gradual of Gainesville nesday. The gown, made In the 80s of white lye pet t. size 3 to 1 15 In mitt, and one and two pica dressy In
Girl Scout WECO Neigh- schools anl Lrurson Collie and linen, was presented to Miss Itoltln by the late wool "iersey. double knit crepe and easy care cottoni ,Sold regularly -
borhood Meeting, 9:30: a. m., in Boston, she has had wide Mix Miblc Sanchez, who nerved an a principnl of at $H 98 to $79 98
Girl Scout Office 810 NW 8th experience in leKblnj, folklore
Klrliv- mith. School The gown Is one of many from
Street and folk dancing. a collection owned by Miss floltln, former city resi 33% "
Alathua Pharmaceutical -
She set up and dGainesville's dent.
Auxiliary, I p.m. Mrs for e e e
Charles S. II nipt, 810 SW 21st program and Mrs Paul Hennessey, Moore, Mrs Eugene M11 I !
service men and their families
Avenue. Those working w
World War II
during : was
League of Women V o tens S CAPRI PANTS and SKIRTS
director of the Recreation can Music are Mrs J Waldo.DIAMOND +
Unit Meeting. ., Mra. .1.1I .1I .1I .1I .1i 1,1;
Center and was known as fo'bries 8 12
James G. Wilson, 1720 NW I 100 o wool and stretch sizes to only
the "Story Hour Lady" over
11th Road. Radio Station WGGG for SOLITAIRE I I Special Monday at -
Food Nutrition
Gainesville and -
many years.Iler BRIDAL SET WITH
Association, 7:30: p. m.,
P. K. Yonge Laboratory hobbies. Include collecting MATCHING GROOM'S RING :.'t 'iv,, 1/2 PRICEHOSIERY
old fashioned costumes
School Cafeteria bonnets, glass bottles and I from the X.l./ C/UT.VT Collection
Altrusa Club, Noon, H o 11-I
day Inn Southern folklore and recipes. Extraordinarily beiutifol deilfn It but IS. .

B naf Israel Sisterhood, 8 Miss Boltln has participated one Ztlecreit rhuideritUc. There li, too,

p m. Education Cen..r.Alpha in folk festivals throughout I the high standard of quality ,..thttlarlty
the South as well as in na- and brilllinct of the diamond,
XI Delta Alumnae, 1 I .
p.m., Mrs. Dan Branch, 601 tional festivals the fashion creativityJk.WKl.ERB .
NW 34th Drive.WEDNESDAY National Programs I decorator service
i X.t1LF C1tJ.til't Hallmark ofExcell.nct In broken sizes and colors Sold regularly at '
November 11 Musical and cultural programs -
liWISfl $1.35 end $1.65 ;.
League of Women Voters began last month i n r

'Unit Meeting, 8:30: a. m., the Daughters of the American .
.Mrs Anita Selvers, 2222 NW Revolution concert auditorium l4'N z 7o &tZ #i.e5r i1 V2 PRICE .;
(8th Avenue. In Washington, D. C. .

I'F Education Dames, t These Included orchestras \ I

p.m., Dr. and Mr. C. dim from Japan, Israel, Warsaw, tN /1
Haiti, 1/8/ NW Gist Tl'rro'e. London, Chicago and Phila i
UP dilphia Other programs F
Pharmacy Dames t
scheduled throughout the OU DArU
pm Dr. and Mrs. C. MokIcr C
2049 NE 18th Terrace year are open to the public Vt\

IF Medical Dames 8pm., Chapter members workingon $395 and TURNIPSEED I
Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt, 700. the American Heritage Z' ; ,
SW 27th Street. committee this year are Mi's. -w ,
UP Arts and Sciences J. M. Tison, Mrs. John F, IM.tuu, M.W W w Mn e.l I i .., FURNITURE CO. OCHA j NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE

Hartman, Mrs Jacob Moon
Dames 8 p.m., Dr. Baughan
MO NE 6th Avenue. i

UP Business Administration i NOV. 9th THROUGH 14th .

Dames, 6 p.m.. Mr..
John McFerrln 41! NW 23rd


Gainesville Chapter DAR, tflIWt %
7:30: p.m.. Mrs. Herbert A.
Meyer. 1929 NW 7th Lane. '
IF Newcomers' Bridge 8 Cs

p.m. Clubhouse, NewberryRoad f ,
I .
Mrs J. II. Freund and ,. \ ft.

Mrs Charles. Fairbanks, hostesses Hl1

University W omens' Club, \1\.. \ W
International Rei I a U o n i

Croup: 1 pm., Wesley Foundation -

Gainesville Bridge Club, itl

7 30 p.m., Holiday Inn.

University City Bridge Club,
7'30 pm., University of Fin-
da Faculty Club.

Gilucsvllle Woniam Huh, Penney's famous 100%
Onhlmi 1 of Book Reviews, 2
p.m. Clubhouse: E. Albert

Moltett/ guest reviewer Acrylic electric blanket
Chapter AP, P.E.0., I 30
I m., Mrs W L. Sawyer 411
NW 21st Street, Mrs. Alfred rcg. $15NOW

rrago, hostess. '

ta's' : ., single( control
b.,,, / twin or full slse 72" i 84"
+aa dual control double bad sis* 80" a 84" rej $21 NOW 1688

+ The n--c, anl. t used by eve a milr I on happy sleeper now at ipectacular
.1, # So i..jlly with h jh loll Supemap D al the warmth you like, sleep relaied savings m reg. 6.91 588
.e D ,. even warmth al n grit In any weather Ny'on b nd,ng. Sncp-f cornen. Machma NOW
'i' 0' :u, washable .a ukewarm water Hurry, come cor'
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SupperThe pink eloyd O meke,f e O ,...eek o bnk Uvender 0 e.K.4. o .haws ..,"
I r.spboy K( |.M|| bins| WB|, i,. t (,.,,.., kv( sh.r A N4 fnmn Wormth without weight
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University: Agricultural ,, -'$ ,r \ to
| N omen'i Club will entertain V pilling
st s shedding rnachm wash.
I heir husbands Saturday, at 7 .k

I m with a covered dish

upper, at the Florida Farm
lurtau Building on Highway
1 4al\ Williston Road.

Co chairmen for the event

I re Mrs r, S. Jamison and
| Irs Thomas Sheehan.

The "Country Style" supper
I'lll be followed by square

I ancing In charge of Mrs, D.

Decorations will be arrang O .;, j Handiom Plaid Blanket UBeautifully

I d by a committee of which ,' Big Fluffy $up.rbled Blanket Deiijned Colors Thermal I llanktt KeepeeA11O'
Y*. Warm Cool I
I In Charles Van Middlelem J pu ya3 \ A warm end :: ravnn end acrv t.na blending' and rtchneu. color ush. or
I1 chairman, Mrs. Walter ,, ,, s I extra fHiMy with, SOPfRNA Nylon unity found 10 more e.oentlva plo...
;ienke and Mrs. George K. ,) i tiding. Mac: 'na woihob'e' .* Peacock, Rayon and nylon' *irh SUPERNAL Nv 798
J .. II beiga p..M>. lavender. yeMaw, coral. blue. "kn bindings. Moxhin waiK* Brown
I lavls will be in charge of the s blue. or red .- 9..*
l sat ,t ..w..n '- Vear.raund blanket ..11I urwjue callularweovo. ,"
Dress ""Country Style"t Is TOM on o lioN cover in winter,
500 500 use It alona lor turnner 100<% cotton.Machine .
I iggested and members are wainabla. WIvt., park, send ItSlu .
I equated to bring t liver1 .' t st *-gold,,ovocode.
are. Members should con-

Iheehan if they have not w

I ten called by the commit A PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT. SHOP MONDAY TILL 9 P.M.
!-c arranging the food.

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R. Mcln tosh To Speak for Woman's Club Mondav STORE HOURS '' "

Aa exhibit of art by mem- clair Eaton head '; -
)era of the club, the Junior Arta Department, and the M Fine In Blarnu. France beta r e two landscapes and one ville Mrs. Timothy Cunning.ham 10 A.M. .9 P.M.
lub and Invited artists will Nathan L. Smith art division r a coming to the university in figure at the club meeting. librarian at the Gaines- _
eature the October meeting of chairman.Mr. 1949 Those participating In the ville Public Library. and Da- I
he Gainesville Woman'i Club Mclntosh. The guest speaker has had show will be Mrs Earl Kill. vid McMurtry. member of the I
ilunday at 2 p.m. In the Club Bradley University graduate, of his paintings exhibited in this gore Mrs. Jean O. Mitchell, IT Journalism and Communications a :
louse, West University Ave. received country and abroad at the Cramer Swords, Dorothy staff THE STORE WITH AIORtfcZI +
his B F. A. and aa artist forHFT ,.
M. F. .
degrees Jean uA1WrwRir a/.OAINS C.Nt.a "
DufrMjne Galleries In .
i P R. McIntosh, professor of from the Chrutoffers Newman, Mrs \ t oz eenens AMe1 ET.W
Irt at the University of Flor Institute. He has Chicago Art Biarritz Miami Art Center Gay Welborne Mrs. Caroline Thdse exhibiting are requested I
(la. la to be guest speaker Ohio Stale University taught at Loft Galley of Miami and the Mizell. Mrs. E. Air I I y to have their paintings
The Is to be Argent Galleries of New York Howard Mrs.
program under us head of the Phillip Diuglud at the club home between
Ihe direction of Mrs E. Sin- at American department Professor McIntosh will and Mrs. F Stephen Schnell, the hours of t a.m. and
University show three Acrylic: paintings and two newcomers to Gaines: noon Mondav

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(C Gainesville Sun Sunday November 8, 1964 __________ _
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Church House Staff Wives WSCS Bazaar

I Hither And YonBy Plan DinnerDance"An At NewberryNEWBERRY Newberry ONESTOPltravelWorld service

I CirclesMONDAY Enchanted Evening"is of Florida Teaching Hospital Methodist Church WSCS has .l"",. Flaming' a Carlbbwm irnliot
RUTH WEIMEJl: to be the theme for the Interns, residents, and medical scheduled a bazaafor Saturday 1i A trip la turapt...Mo.'ka
Distinguished educators from Florida and throughout the dinner dance given by the fellows. Meetings areheld at the Municipal Building ...... ...Hewolir YM cm an p.r.Musa *
nation will assemble In Boca Raton this week for the Inauguration November beginning at 9 a.m. r.d..n. roof It
House Staff Wives Club o f once a month in homesof Travel our .lfle,' W.'.. .g.... lortaomKlpi
of Dr. Kenneth Rast Williams as first president of Florida First Presbyterian Church the J. Hillis Miller Health members. The bazaar will feature Service .1,11.,, hotth',
Atlantic University. Center Saurday at 730: store, sweet ilghttialni I cnKpaiilM.k .
p.m. booths, a country
S Student Wives Eve- Club 10S w. UMIV. Hi. wold.
Academic pomp and ceremony will surround the formal p.m. at the University Inn. projects Include purchasing gale and plant sale.A 6-4641 \ throujh.ul
event Thursday morning at 10 o'clock preceeded by a numberof ning Group, Mrs. Dean Palmer All attending staff and equipment and toys fR
less formal pre-university events Wednesday. 4546 NW 13th Street. house staff of the J. Hillis for the Health Center pediatric fish supper will be servo

Formal invitations were Issued by the Florida State Boardof TUESDAY, November 10 Miller Health Center are Invited wing. ed at 5 p m. -----.
Education, the Board of Control, and the Faculty of FAU to attend. Tickets are =---
for the ceremony. Dr. Williams Is well remembered here as Trinity Methodist Church $8.25 per couple. I MON. O TUE..8 WED.Twurww1BARGAINS .
he was a member of the College of Education Faculty responsible Club officers are Mrs.
for the Army program at the Uf during the World 7:30 p.m., Wesleyan Serv. Frank Clontz, president; Mrs
War II years and was first president of Central Florida ice Guild of Trinity Methodist Joseph Cauthen, vice .
Church Mrs. M. H. Braswell,
Junior College In Ocala. ident; Mrs. John Evans, sec
Dr. J. Wayne Relti and Dr. Harry Phllpott will\ be the official 3920 SW 4th Place. retary, and Mrs. Harry Gillis
representatives from the University of Florida. Many University Lutheran Church treasurer. Mrs. Wilmer Cog-
friends of Dr. and Mrs. Williams from Gainesville and Ocala t p.m., University Lutheran gins Is the Medical Guild
are planning to go to Boca Raton fur the ceremony.Dr. Women's Group, Student adviser to the group. _QUANTITY _RIGHTS RESERVED 521 ._. _
Reitz, who with Mrs. Reitz left Jacksonville followingthe ---- -:
center,Mrs. Robert Cade,hos The House Staff Wives :... -
Florida-Georgia game yesterday for Washington D. C., tess. Club Is an organization composed I ; -
will be In Boca Raton Thursday, while Dr. Phllpott will go of wives University "FOOD KING" SOLID "RELIABLE BLEACH"PKG.
down Wednesday.The Wenley Community _
Reitzes are to be in the Capital City for a four-day Methodist Church I
stay while President Reitz attends meetings of the Association 9.30 a.m., Annett Had e n,
of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges. Fannie Evelyn Dewar and OLEO CLOROX
Susanna Wesley Circles, at
.,The Harry Phllpott will be hosts for a reunion of the past, the church.
present and future campers of Camp Scquoyah Weavcrville, a p.m., Wesleyan Service
N.C., Wednesday evening. The session Is planned for 7:30: Guild, at the church. ( armantt1a'THE l
p.m. and will be featured by a film and informal talk by S
Robert W. "Foxy" Mathern, one of the camp e pcutlves. Any THURSDAY, November 2 FAVORITE SPOT )
boy Interested in the camp Is Invited to attend this Sequoyah IN TOWN TOMEET
St. Patrick's Woman's Club, FOR NOON LB.
Reunion. 8 p.m., Parish Hall. LUNCH. ) OAt!
i 706 W. UNIVER. AVEJ KG. "
Home from Washington 9.c
Cards postmarked In Copen- today
hagen are being received by D C., will be Dr. and MOTIceI I .
I Iu..ns O. J.ur..n will not be rfrtMnilDIl
Mri. who have
Joseph t.ps.
friends of Oliver Briggs tor any Indob' IncurrMan
Is enjoying travels abroad been away since Tuesday. Dr. or .'fl P.r' than Novtmtar my.II.loo.n. .4, ItM, by anyp.r..n
during the autumn season Lcps was Invited to speak for D. JourdtnI
when fewer tourists follow the the United States A. I. D. staffon ( 11.6. 5.0

beaten paths of the "musts"to 'Education In East Pak. LIMITl 2 with your $3 or mo,* toed soda pl....> LIMIT.".with your$S or mar toad_ order,1..1CINNAMON
see and do. istan." The Lepses spent two
years In Dacca, where Joe the sportive look
was an adviser for the "SCOTT"
A traveler happy to be home

and recount the exciting talesof ization. new I
an "American Abroad" Is Wisst"I TOILET
Winifred Hyde, who spent six Miss Cynthia Bahers, slacks
weeks seeing the sights and daughter of Dr.and Mrs. Henry \
cathedrals of Europe. Wini J. Babers Jr., was recently + '\ BUNS TISSUE
fred made the trip with her elected to the honor You'll Find Thee
close friends,Dr. Tucker Watkins ary group University Danc- sQ '.aye. -
Tayloe, former rector of ers, at Ole Miss, where she \ Color, Style,
the Church of the Good Shep- Is a freshman. Cynthia was t 1 boo Scot(
herd in Jacksonville and Mri. recently pledged to Pi Beta Esl't Fit !
Tayloe I with whom she
visited In Lawrencevllle ,Va., Phi sorority. Where else but Libbye's REG. A
before coming home. for big variety in slacks I
Winifred, like other foot- S and slim Jims wools, 0F6 'wi ROLL "
weary travelers reveals that suede cloth knits and
the most Important item In a + dacron-cotton blends. ,
, traveler's bag Is a GOOD beautiful solid colors to
pair of walking shoes. perfectly. please you, (LIMITll ,!....)
FAUCET WITH A FUTURE JSan. checks and plaids .
Work.,;.11m..Wet.eF'1 everything new in slacks
The Marcus Milams will I from our fall collection of
have as their guests for a styles.
Earl Singleton, Mr. Singleton :
and their baby daughter, Kel- ING BLOUSES AND
ley, of Galveston, who are expected
today. Kelley, who was OUTFIT YOU'LL TREASURE -
born in June, will receive a | Qc PANCAKE c
triple! welcome from her Free Parking at First Federal Lot
Grandparents Milam and her MIX ':. SYRUP 2 f
great grandmother, Mrs. B. SHOCKLEY LIBBYENEXT I'i.
P. Beville. Mrs. Singleton Is PLUMPING, INC. .
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November. d,. 1964 Gainesville( Sun 7C

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.':" I II I Contest Boosts :First Alliance Church SchoolA ::1 I See Page 3A

More About lrrx>orton Announcement
: I Your future From
.. .: : church school contest has NE 15th St. The Alliance Youth!Melrose for their activities,: DALE I
lelped boost attendance at the and Adult Fellowship meets at I which closed Saturday after:1 CARNEGIE

Church NewsFrom First Alliance Sunday School 630pm. breakfast. J
about three times that of last The young people of the local
)'rear Sunday School begins at I church entertained the young

v Page 4-B.J. I:45 a.m. each Sunday. people of the Alliance ChurchIn NUT CRACKING TIME
rtfAlt. The pastor, Rev. Frank D. Daytona Beach following the
!Smith will preach today at football game Friday evening
I both the 11 am and the 7:30: Meeting at the parsonage, the REED

I Youth Retreat Set pm. service The parsonage\entire group traveled to the "ROCKET"
ind chapel are located at 2400 Lake_Swan!. camp ground near

nmjra.'wrAi1fl NUT CRACKER

i At 1st LutheranFirst I

Lutheran Church Is!,and divine services will be I II $398IDEAL
sponsoring. I its youth retreat at We do expert
Camp 0 Leno on the Santa Fe I accompanying I the I GIFT

River at OLeno State Park, group will be Mr. and Mr*. Picture FramingAll
near High Springs, for Saturday Charles Hybl, Mr. and Mrs N.
and Sunday Nov 14 and C. Gill as counselors, and Dr. ENTIRE NUT MEAT REMOVED INTACT
15. It Is for all of the Junior: and Mrs. Mark V. Barrow. Dr I Sizes REMOVABLE HANDLE. MOUNTED ON
and senior high school studentsin Barrow will be She discussion Mats Non-Glar BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD BASE.
the congregation.The I leader and Mrs. Barrow will ben Portrait Glass

group will leave the charge of the food. Mr. andMrs. Heath's House of Color HOUSE-WARES DEPARTMENT
church at 11 a.m. Saturday and William Buick will helpwith
return about 3 pm. Sunday. the recreation, and pastor S2i W, Uci.enitp I..., FR '-UO
Church Moves A varied program of Chris- Robert Besalskl and Miss Rosy I3fW"IR aa.MrurlaB6 '
tian fellowship l has been Meyer will assist with the discussion "
Being moved to its new location near Campville lahe planned, "buzz" sessions on the periods and the overall
building of Orange Creek Methodist Church The topics "The Church Speaks to program. litIn'mt'tl t C i'/Jirittylilt
[urch was squeezed off its old site by the widening Youth" and "Youth and Morality The retreat will close with an .-
f U.s. 301, and upon moving merged congregation ," Interspersed with recrea- evaluation discussion about the I LOT
Kith the Campville Methodist Church. Sun Want Ads Get Results fREE RAKING ON TOWER
tion hiking and folkslngIng
games two days' activities followed by I
The young people will plan closing devotions
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the 'ko' duties assisting in
>. Creek-Campville the preparation and serving of

the meals.
Saturday evening will end x
t ti 'a.t .
lurch to Open with vesper services and Sun- M
day morning regular Bible class

ursday evening at 730: pastor Rev. Paul H. Watts,

", the recently merged Ore .1 Melrose 1 Italy's Doctors
Creek Campvlll Meth- The Orange Creek Methodist I
Church was recently moved Go StrikeROME
t: Church will be opened for I
from Its former location
on (AP) Rome doctors
jjhrat worship service In its Route 301 between Hawthorne'
went out Saturday on a 48-
location at the intersection and Campville because of plansto
hour strike, refusing to treat
highways. 219A and 234, two four.lane the highway. At the any patients under Italian
s east of Campville. same time, plans were made medical care plans.
(for the congregation of Camp- Both general practioners and
e i Rev John M. Sikes, Dis- ville to merge with the Orange specialists planned to treat only
Superintendent of theodlst Creek congregation The Orange private patients Saturday and
Church in the Gaines Creek Church has a history -Sunday. They are agitating over IQ
District, will' officiate, as- which dates from 1869. failure to conclude new contracts t n
by the Rev. Harry A, The Campville Church dates with medical Insurance
dard, Waldo, and the ho&t10rals'Topi1 from about 1890! agencies

lIislwp Moore to Lead Q

Area Methodist Program A

f,j!!Bishop Arthur J. Moore of I I tor of the First I Methodist Methodist- Church (Florida and 1
,J.-iie Methodist Church will come Church, 419 NE: First St. Cuba) On two different occasions .
t'i'i *
f* to Gainesville for the week of Mitchell Is serv I n g as the and has been president 1
f j February 14-19, 1965, and will chairman of the general plan- of the Methodist Board of Mis- AY
preach twice dally in the First ning committee Other officersof sions from 1939 until his offi-
V- Methodist Church of G a I In.s- the planning committee are I cial retirement In 1960. ,
v with all et the Methodist Mrs. Thomas Elle" ale rS !
ti secretary, Bishop Moore has a u hored t
. of the
.. es Gainesville and Ellis Holder, treasurer
five books is Phi
Beta Kappa,
(cooperating In a week ofeemgeltstic
Bishop Moore was elected to has been awarded d e green by
emphasis, it was the highest office In Methodism u..
many colleges and universities,
u ced this week
in 1930, and since that time has including Emory University,
Thomas G. Mitchell
pas- served with distinctive serv.i Florida Southern College, Randolph isM
ice. He has presided as Bishop ,Macoa and Southwestern t
of the Jacksonville Area of the I University. ,

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What Is Happening to Mor. I
I' will be the subject of F'I t a
I Ballentine, guest speaker to.
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[Jehovah's Witnesses. He will
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I Caribbean Conference; at UF To Study Health ProblemsHealth I --4_ soys: .

'Hove you I had on Inwronce ct+ .ckcstlyr -
SM e professional In ,
will be the genera Some 300 to 400 leading educators The conference Is Jointly or-, Foreign representation Is other part 4 Laths' I1Iffk:.." and two dinners during the next 4 Imuronc Agtnt tomorrow) Look
theme of the conference on the and diplomats from the ganized by the J. Hillis Mille petted from Puerto Rico Or. Wdgui NkI, three days will feature 21 lead- "BIG I" Molt
Caribbean for the first time In'United States and at least five Health Center and the Center ama, Guatemala V.D e 'X-I "The propMi aoluikwa. to be Ing personalities who will discuss HOWARD ADAMS
Its 15-year history when the foreign countries are expectedto for Latin American Studies. I t and Mexico. ,discussed here vttt have a tar health related topics. :i PhM. 6-IHC
University of Florida hosts the attend the four session will be under the -
day co sponsorship The conference is direct reaching appllcalkw to t her Round table subjects Include s NATIONAL PROTECTION WEEK
event Dec. 25. dealing with health problems of of Smith Kline and French annually by Dr. A. Curtis Wil-i parts of the world with similar' 'Physical' and Cultural Environment No*. 1-14
the Caribbean. i I Laboratories. of Philadelphia. gus, Latin American specialist environments" ," "Food and Nutrition"

Fear Many DeadIn Gets Florida who bean organized Conference the for first the Carib-University Five round table dlwusslons.I"Sanitation1 "Diseases," and I Sun Want Ads Get Res
Building FallSAO of Florida in 1950. one breakfast, three luncheon,"Health Administration."

PAULO Brazil (AP) School Post Through the years, the Conference -
Rescue workers Saturday on the Caribbean has
searched the ruins of a 15-story Dr Vincent McGuire University become one of the most hnpor-
of Florida professor tant meetings between nationsof
building that collapsed In the
of education, was named chairman this hemisphere and attracts
town of Plracicaba 100 miles
of the Florida Committeefor world-wide attention.
northwest of here with 28
the Southern Association of
known dead and 15 Injured. I "Our purpose is to present a
Colleges and Schools In Tallahassee -'
Authorities said the death toll well-balanced picture of health
may reach 50 although only 28 McGuire Friday.succeeds Dr. Herman problems relating to the Caribbean till tG =w@t
bodies have been recovered.: Frick of Florida State area which are at the
The brand-new building .that University.He I same time health problems in
housed a cinema In the Industrial will\ head a nine memo
city collapsed Friday night. Iy ber committee responsible for To Exhibit
recommending the accreditation
See Page 3A or removal from accreditation -
and Books ForChristmas 75
I Important Announctmtnt of Florida's public
About Your Future From private secondary schools.
DALE I McGuire has written two college .

CARNEGIE McGUIRE 'edited textbooks four high on school teaching textson and c; CONTINUOUS

------- ---- English. He received the I Each year parents and ; Rolls FILAMENT Nylon Carpeting
,964 honorary award from the
WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! Florida Council of Teachers of grandparents ask librarians to -. -.- "
recommend children's books for ,
Don't chance a heater that won't work! English in recognition of noteworthy Christmas giving.,To help area; I INSTALLED with
Call today for our pre-season special! contributions. residents : '
with their Christmas 50-as. B. F. Goodrich v' :
shopping, the Santa Fe Regional -
State to Get Library is displaying a groupof ': M : Foam Rubber Cushion
HEATERS Nine carefully selected books for
Training children. Wall to Wall x.x .

Projects The exhibit will feature picture .::;.:. -_ 1 .r.

CLEANEDCall TALLAHASSEE (AP) Nine books as well as fiction
new manpower training projects and non-fiction for older c hII- aF k 8 COLORS TO IF YOU RENT OR WANT
at a cost of $1 million were dren. The selection w a i made >"}y' SELECT FROM A BORDER OF YOUR
announced Friday by State Supt. by Mrs. Helen Hoskins, Library # c : Spring Grain HARDWOOD FLOOR TOBIND
before the first ONLYcold f ,.. -
now Consultant to A1 I II c hu a County V.rmonUi G SHOW WE WILL
af% >:::a Grttn ;:
snap to ovoid fightinga ; { r RMI .1.
The courses will be financed Schools, and Mrs. Judy Pil- $8> ; : .:4"s.le AND SIZE RUG LAY
a heater when the by the federal government under lana, Children's Librarian a t a Ch."" ..". l.'t. WITH 50-ei. FOAM
servicemen temperature ore tumbles swampedwith and $ C25 I the Manpower Training and Development the Gainesville Public Library.The %t a Grtin M.ro told.nd GoI"." PAD FOR THE SAME '< ;

calls. Act of 1962 accordIng _..,, ,, ,tgJ TERRIFIC PRICE.
emergency books will on displayat
i to State Industrial Commls-
CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE aloner Ronald Spencer Jr. the Gainesville Public Library
HEATER CLEANED Phi J" 5.1.. Tat The training Is given by the on the following d a 11 r: NOW AT THE FABULOUS 5 !
vocational departments of the Nov. 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 18.
I county school systems. The Interested persons may also y' L.re. Stock Go4
view the exhibit the following
$ classes will begin after the first
USED HEATERS 20SPECIAL And of the year with 1,068 trainees places:
Up artlclpating. ?. : : %..f \ \ MORE OF THOSE
PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERSCentral Nov. 10, t p.m., PTA meetIng -
Idylwild ElementarySchool. I LUXURIOUSFIRESTONE
2 Floridians .
Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50 FOAM
Due HonorsMIAMI Nov. 11, 2-4 p.m., Ala c hu a
CALL FR 29561C. BEACH U. S. Senator Elementary School Library, KING SIZEMATTRESSES

B. SOHANNCH JR. Abraham Rlbicoff. will be Alachua.
the principal speaker, at the Nov. 18, 2. 4 p.m. High
Jon F. Kennedy Peace Award Springs Elementary School Li BOX SPRINGS
inner, which will be held at brary.
the Fontainebleau Hotel, Sunday FOR ONLY'
;j. evening, Dec. 6. Nov. 17, 10 a.m., Friends of .
The dinner, sponsored by the the Library Meeting, P u bUc .
LADIES Jewish National Fund is the Library, Micanopy,,. w'rf' + EASY BUDGET ,
SPORTSWEAR first State of Florida dinner, I $17495
N W DEPTH!! '!11 ovII ..,., and will honor two Florida lead-! Nov;: 19, 10 a ITU J p.m. TERMS xis
Public Library, Starke.
ers for their work in behalf o1the [
Jewish National Fund Inthe
State of Florida.
Over 60 national and state Studies made by the U. S. GATE CITY p nti'b'
leaders have already accepted Geological; Survey In the months
invitations to the honorary following the Alaskan earth-
committee for that event Governor quake show that some 12,000 MATTRESS AND CARPET WORKS
Farris Bryant, and Gov- square miles of southeastern
ernor-elect, Haydon Burns I Alaska rose and remained eight 818 W. University Ave. Phone FR 2-0441

l are honorary co-chairmen. feel above old levels. .
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Jot S daytime fashions. Ours alone in Gainesville;
Jumper . $17.93

Blouse . $6.50 L this is but a sampling from our large collection: .

1 o. Ladybird one-ar+d-o-half-inch heel, t-strop

In block or truffle pebbled calf. $12.99

Coordinated slacks, sweaters pants and skirts. r1
b. Cos!, vamp stropped pump, medium heel.
Perfect for work or ploy. ICI-
Block textured calf collared with smooth coif. $13.99
"There's lots more 'In our store"

C. Exquisite, square foe, square throat pump with

t 1i! I n 'IV high' or medium heel. Black, blue calf, potent, brown,

I % S a red. $10.99

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sea f unfit utfikin
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G To Enjoy Life In tt+d "- ri k D

1 ti tire tI/

T By CARL FABRY in the center of the patio, lend-
1 U of F Student Journalist ing grace and dignity to the

'1 r Standing on hit pedestal o ( area

f ( pre-stressed concrete and brick Balconies are another feature -
Leo the lion guards one of the of the new SAE house.
J South finest, newest and most They provide air and light while
.. unique fraternity houses adding a decorative touch to
: Leo and his pedestal exemplify the structure
the unity of the construction
The patios each have a pinhole -
through the use ol pre
light which Is focused on
: stressed concrete and brick, a the unusual
patio lending an
.: revolution in fraternity house
atmosphere to the area at night.
; building, according to Sigma
Alpha Epsilon President Bud The patio will be used as a
dy Jacobs, party and dance area"M a n 1 contains :32000 square feet. brick in order to speed up construction ed In,but Its "big and going to
; The SAE's Gainesville fraternities," says SAE Brother There is one tiled bathroom, Including ," said Jacobs. be a good place to party. It will
'I. residents know many, occupied Bill Smith, "must use their shower facilities for "Also for our first meal, they be a great place to be when its
the house at the corner of University living rooms, chapter rooms or four persons, for each four were still putting the till on finished," Bill Thorpe. ..
their dining rooms to have their rooms in the house the floor. When we started the '' '
:t Ave. and 13th Street for I really like It, especially ..
:: many years. parties. Here, this patio and the The Building also boasts the meal, there were just two tables the dial lighting<< It s way bet- ....
Through the cooperation of adjoining recreation room can largest two-man bedrooms on on the tiled portion. As a trr than the dorms. Having the
4 alumni the house building I save those sections of our house campus which are U feet section was completed, recreation room near the front
the abuse many of the other would move in another table ..
corporation and through the square All of the furniture, exclusive we wing makes It more conducive
;w ", tale] of the old house and property fraternity houses get." of beds and chairs are on it. During the course of for study, because Its much ..
In the of the house the meal which lasted an hour,
the SAE a have built a rear an- built InPresident, quieter this way. A committee
$280,000 structure. other patio doubles as a recreation Jacobs points out we put In eight tables," added from the university recently .

; Located at the corner of Radio area and basketball court that entrance to the house and Jacobs. conducted a survey and found .j .
o Road and Woodlawn Ave- The third patio, located In front main patio, which is enclosed, As of this year, Mrs. Joree that our house here was more
: nue on the campus the house is of the house will serve as a reception is gained through wings on either McFarlln SAE house mother of conducive to study than any 4 "
: three stories high. It Is a maze area.Through side of the house. "Is pretty 31 years, will retire. Mrs. Mary other on campus" Bill BOo ..:
: of clean lines, a characteristicof pre-ctressed con- important to have It this way Nelson] will take charge as Iota ,
the huge pre-stressed concrete crete, the SAE'S are gettingthe because if you don't close up house mother and dietician. "Our traditional Ivy vines ::
beams with a brick third floor of the house at your house this way, you will The Building la designed to win be growing on the walls s
finish. very little additional cost."\ny. have 3,000 people crashing all house M boys. The SAB chapter here at the new place too" :/
The house, more appropriately thing you build with this new your parties," he added. In Gilnnvllle bo.stlUS active John Nelson. t
called a complex, has three pre-stressed stuff doesn't cost "It was pretty nip and tuck members.
large patios The center or much extra, and besides, It's round here when we moved In On a casual visit to the new -"I have never worked with ;' .
main, patio around which the one of the most durable and Inexpensive Sept. 9, Half of the brothers SAE house one might overhear pre-itresfied concrete like different this 'J.
before, the house Is
complex Is built Is about (0 constructions: known, were used for rushing prospec- such comments as:
It makes a mighty pretty build-
feet square. An old Oak tree said President Jacobs.In tive new members and the other -"It was tort of inconvenient
towers above the third story total living area, the house half were helping laying to live here when we first move (See SAE HOUSE, Page 30))

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An unusuol combination of lu.ury and livtobiliry If you seek Individuality this could be the home you've been search
abound In Itiit modern. horn This ipoctam horn Ing for Simple, yet elegant. Colorful yet subdued Fred Mason. |nc.,
In the htort of N.W. Go ntwill: tot., "c tut from W WITH CONFIDENCEFrom offers a vast array of features, previously avoilablt only to the
th. Romont Enclosed In the ., of -l. i
the houx 110 natural gordtn and wall fountain I..... .I S wealthy, at or most agreeable price Mere words can not describe this
11 'rr luxury home See It today. It's completely finished and ready for occu
covtrtd over with a plaitic bubble for y- 'round a Member of The y '
living' Th. atrium ii wen through gloss sliding parxy Located on NW. 17th Place in Suburbia Heights.
CmtrolhearenndvirqA/G I of tfcrhouM. Built-in Ill NW. 20th Term Gainesville Home Builders Ask About Our Tre<<, Pine

OMN TODAY 2-D.rk Turn rifhr HAITI) off 372- 624 F4h1/NITEDS1f ta Fred Mason Inc. 372.8340
N.W. !4tk Stmt 0' N.W. 21th ........ Association ,

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bedrooms I V4 baths. Central heat. Beautifully) situated on a
Three wood lot safely away from thru traffic. $14,000, $500 down, Country club thug et Iti (Inn*. 1Hn nw ....... It dttfmfo' to (wean* ana of Gal..... price, Pure vinyl flooring telephone Intercom system plush
lore month 1514 NW, 34th Place. vllla'i thaw place. Four badioeim, thru botf*. Fowl, dining roam Separate family paneled family' ; room fenced rear yard priceless Tappan built
$8649 per BIMCTIOMi Dm. Mr* M W. lint to M V. P'l *_ room Florida teem offord po,erase sew ef '01...,. fabulous built.In wall bar.b-Ojut. In kitchen. a very large and wonderful horn. at only $24,730. Fl.
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I Note Changes in Housing LawThe II Years Ahead CUII""D. DISPLAY. Yours Today!

hard part of campaign KInley; directors, Gerald McCoy -
1984 has arrived scraping Bill Ridgway, Jimmy Wo- Futura HomesHUGH
off those bumper stick
gummy News and Views meldurf. Fred Mason, Norwood
ers.Again this year. many Hope, Carl The Losen, Connie,
builders and Realtors took lead- Tucker; state director H arold
I Ing roles in the campaign. w By Walker; national director,
Woodrow Fletcher I it 7 A
Although President Johnson's tlon may now lend on property cook for even more dramatic BOBHATTON
within a 100 mile area. Was 50. Housing Laws coming from the a a
1964 Housing Bill was few badly National banks can raise White House next ytar. FHA In- Gainesville's biggest "before
battered in Congress a approved
provisions could affect mortgage loans from 75 per surance for complete new communities and after" Old Contrac
the Gainesville market. For Instance cent to 80 per cent of the appraised parallel proposals for tor's Supply building now
values of the property. subdIvision Insurance, and aid snazzy Lamplighter Lounge
-FHA: mortgage Insurance I Mortgages can be for 25 instead to cities In obtaining land for Like turning pumpkin into a
use for future community facilities
family homesare of 20 years. coach.
limits on single
to be '
raised from $25,000 to $30- -Maximum mortgage on a are sure AssocIation'of Home Builders e e aNew
000. For homes in rural areas single-family home for a federally e a 1965 to be Installed December EDWARDS, INC.Here's .
the limit was raised from $9/ insured Savings and Loan Home Builder 16th: President, Clark Butler; "hamburg" house goingup
000 to $11,000 Association is raised from $35,- er appointed to Plan vice president, Phil Emmer; on 13th right across from
-Savings and Loan Associa 000 to 40000. I New officers for secretary. treasurer Paul Me-,Chandlers. another new home featuring economical natural gas cen-
-- tral forced air heating. The best Early American and Florida

Rich brick front with statuesqueIonic
I columns. Inside you'll find gleaming
Housing Recoups Early Losses : terrazzo floors. huge bedrooms two

full baths. Built-in oven and range. con-

I By NORM WOE Nationally, residential construction All prIvate construction, including necting laundry.
HOMES FOR AMERICANS [ Sun Staff Writer has been slow this housing, shows a decline .1 only $16,000Drive
Housing construction has I year, especially in apartment this year, with $13,246,000, West on N.W. 16th Avenue. Turn
starts. down S.4 cent from the first
sharply in September per : left, at N.W. 39th Drive.For .
swung up
/ : > :' nine months of 1963, 14003000. I Information 376.7971
i' ftJ. after limping through sub Statewide, investment in rest
and dentlal construction Residential
par summer spring through construction In
.. ; The pickup almost brings I'September is still slightly off September was $1.334,000, compared
the 1963 pace, with this year with $848,000 In August
the construction record for Jan-
still 2J per cent behind last and $921,000 in September 1963. '

'::1 i'f 1f uary the through booming September 1963 buildingpace. equalto year. Residential for the first construction nine monthsof values ; live modern...

," .. 'f, ...,.., The Florida Construction Review 1964 total $10,762000, only I for less... with GAS
.rf In value, the residential con-I a monthly statement, is $13,000 below the 1963 I
pace. I
struction rate lagged well be- the source of most of this infor
i ------ : hind the 1963 pace during spring mation. It Is published by the The housing picture also was
1: ''i"X i e q,RIM s and summer this year. Bureau of Economic and Business bright in Clay County, but generally I GAINESVILLE GAS COMPANY
I But I Research at the University I slow in other counties of
September building permits -
,1M i for new construction leap. of Florida. The values and the Gainesville trading area. I ._ ISe.
ed 45 ahead numbers of units are based oa
; nearly per cent of
MALL j the August pace, improving the building permit reports. -
w | whole year's showing. I The picture for the entire t / .- :"- --
I This means that through construction Industry is very '
1 September, $999 was planned bright this year in Ala c hua 4'
'm RM.II an RAL 4 aED I for Investment In residential County, primarily as a result of BEIN
11.- r.ve loSi1 I I construction this year for every public buildings planned or /
1 $1,000 planned in 1963 through started.In O r.. r
I II ,
I t-------: .I September I the public sector, construction ,.-. e YOUR NEW
#-.1---="SECOND PLAN FLOOR Comparing the first five, through September shows
months of each year, the rate a value of $9,468,000, far aheadof
was $852 invested this year for 1963s first nine months ,
uwAnew. I every $1,000 in 1963. showing of $3,770,000. HOME BY
: Housing construction has been Overall construction permit
the weak area In an otherwise activity the first nine months
healthy building industry In reached $22,712,000 this year, up
r ;.fi o Alachua County, and also in 27.8 per cent from $17,773,000 in
I the state and nation. 1963.CLMSAI.D -YA

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HEr IDEA In Ml modified lu/o-Jlory Colonial li At entire first
floor (with the netftion of the living room) being built 01\ a eon' by McKinley Construction
ontt floor tlolx Living room it mint two tttpt and ttltarflaetd OPEN TODAY 2-6 P.M.
l4H aA. This idea offers itonomy by hoping .eavalion QUALITY CONSTRUCTION ucdlti I hHro, flee
and foundation nvrk to a minimum, ant It provides I ttllv for the pl." i."M'.4 11.1". room with .ir.,I.e. family nom
layer IMO desires one. It alas allows tnt iivo-ilory nation of I....., kohl dream .,teh." ,..t..,.. lurnlturt flnlih a
IA- koutt to .. Mil with a lower outfall height Thlt helps to c.bm.ti cinlril ai ir """,tl."I", end ht., tw* is r .
:tvtroom" she lIIh'1lo,," often associated with modtrolt-iltt .......
......10". Ao..... Plan HA3IHY lontatntng 1.182 iuart fttt enflrtt 3300 N.W. 28th Avenue e Tr
: floor and 92} on ascend floor, mat "..1'11.4.1 Herman York, f/&t r $26,500 Terms Arranged
,, tO-04 lit St., 1011I0/'., N. X. 11432. .Two-ear garage plant art ?
optional. 4 T.I.phon.376-2258

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rf YMONTHL Y SARASOTA I _Hioo -7,2,50 I 7290.00: I
We couldn't think of a better word to describe Close to schools churches and shopping areas, PALM I -
I our homes such as the unique Coronado pictured yet in o strictly residential settingImmediate PAYMENTS !EACH_ I _45:0! :, 74.0_ ,%'5.00_ ,
above WAIKIKI 475.00 .
It'a a big roomy three-bedroom model with two From $6500 I i-.8SA0: I T '
full barhs The lovely family room adjoins the Occupancy RIVIERA_ 550.00 9"-50_ 398.00
I modern kitchen and the spacious II by 20 foot include tUtI ACAPULCO 675.0 I I1 :
living room. To top it off there's a unique gloss' of Many Models- ell4 I"s"..." l- -43 \
wall at the rear of the living room and dining SUN VALLEY 7C4.00 101.00 4J1.oo

;oem Coronado. of course. has all the quality features See Them Today! MONACO_i 650.00: 101.50" : 450.00 .

found In all Kirkpatrick and Pierson homes SEA ISLAND Im: O 102.00 450.00
-auch m Owens-Corning Fiberglass insulation '
central heating with optional central air conditioning Soles Office N.E. 23rd Blvd. PALM SPRINGS! 800.00 101.00 4 9:
built-in Tappon Oven and range, and and 11th Terrace
guWall-Tex vinyl paper In kitchen and
baths.: OPEN TODAY 1:30 to 6 P.M.

Highland Court Manor's location is Ideal too. Phone 372-3471 HUGH EDWARDS, Inc. DEVELOPER BUILDER

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Highland Court Manor ar nth Street la 16th Avenue. Tarn right
r" I .. 1\ (Eaitl) end centmue an 16th Ave. ta N.I.
"cM the swim club community If, 15th Street. Witch for Vill"1 Green signs e
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November 8, 19(4 Gainasville Sun ID

Music Plus DecorThat I Solving Storage Problems I

Solving storage problems Is age for silver bar accessories, Send $1.00 for Wall to Will I
"music hath charms"has of bookcases, and slide
pretty much like the weather.I plus bottled goods Storage Closet Pattern No 736;
been well established the In for a cozy look
throughout the ages, but whereto I DOROTHY Hang all stringed Instrumentsas People seldom do do a lot of talking about but it The pattern offered here provides TS cents for Bar Buffet Pattern -
put the musical charmers of a wall decoration. It gets the answer to many No. 718 (Illustrated) to the
today is a problem. DRAPER them out of the corners and 1 Q t ; primarily because they don'tknow storage problems. Directions for Gainesville Sun, P 0 Box 213,

One teenager, who had com I they revitalize a dull wall By I where to begin Brlarclltr Manor, N. Y, 10510,
ponents spread all over his all means, let there be music, When we began receiving letters Send 50 cents additional for
room, with a record player, a 'amplifier, an AM FM stereo ra- but see that it is housed In a! from readers who w. r*I and explain construction step new catalog Illustrating 300 other -
tape recorder, a hifi set and [dio tuner and a speaker at one,harmonious spot! 1 Fqtn tired of talking and were ready, by step A complete list of materials build it yourself projects and
what not, drove his mother to lend and a tape recorder and willing and able to start solving' tells what to buy, where,home Improvement books.
screen off a corner of his room. the second speaker at the other 5 5 5 this problem, we developed a and when each is used. -
She bought a plain ordinary A row of drawers, holding Mrs. M. S. asks: wall-to-wall floor to roiling pattern .' By following this simplified'
fourfold screen and he is us- boxes of tape and the necessary "I plan to buy carpeting for + for building a storage wall'I method of construction ama-
ing the side facing the room as record cleaning cloths tops this my living room, dining room, teurs make like "pros." A I II I- ElectricalLighting
a decorative pin-up board. arrangement The suggestionI stairway and upper hall using ( -I most like magic the cabinet
And everybody happy 1 saw was used In a hall so the same color for all. I have with bMoldlng and hinged takes shape and starts to accommodate InstalledFOR
that the music floated out Into a brown damask davenport, I the needs of a fam-
Any carpenter could makea doors. This Is Pattern No 736: ALL ELECTRICAL NIIDS
cabinet 78 Inches long, with the dining and living area as beige chair with dark brown which proved a success from Illy. e Rtildentlol Commercial'
three compartments to hold a if a private orchestra had been pattern I plan to purchase two the start Industrial
stereo record changer, stereo hired for the evening. Very chairs. Please suggest attrac- I Since WI. oceanographers CALL
|pleasant arrangement! Next, we directed our atten- from some 28 nations have been '
C. P. Dressler
turn to a snrn 11 cabinet that
: If have old -
you an p also I cooperating in an International
Sec Page 3A which you cherish but whose|Dear Mrs M S.: t ,a.'tws ,..v could be used In a dining room effort to probe the mysteries of Electrical Contractor
real 4w or living room, bedroom, den FR 6.6193
Important AnnouncementAbout finish is a little battered, why For a change, why not the world third largest ocean, Phone
Your Futuri From I not paint it to match your have your walls in a spicy cur F -P or playroom. A cabinet that 1 I the Indian 910 N.W. 4th St.
DALE I walls or paint it white and decorate ry? Carpets could be In ripe could be built In units and plat 1---. .. .
CARNEGIE : it with one of your room pumpkin or antique gold. Two ed side by tide to fill available
.. colors You could make an al chairs could be In a print of space One that provided star Do You Want to-
curry, white and peacock blue.
Then spot some other peacockblue N THEHOUSE -
touches around the room *
SPECIAL SALE for a refreshing color note.

circulating oilQUAKER "" Mrs. 1.. M'' asks: '7 I Balance Your Budget

"We are adding a room onto
our home. It will be used as a I '

family room and recreationroom Somebody has dug the fact
up ing has a chemical finish which the seat of the faucet, against
55,000 BTU for our two teen-agers. I that the nation's first lumberman : I Consolidate
want this to be a gay looking was Capt John Smith. Its manufacturers guarantee will which the washer moves, needsa : ,
with '10-year guarantee room. What color should I use since he directed construction of be paint.free for 15 years, refaclng An Inexpensive faucet -

on the fire pot and for slipcovers on the sectional? a crude sawmill at Jamestown I dresser, available at hard- All Your Bills
vapor rings. As It will be mostly windows Va in 1608. Ever replace a faucet washer ware and building supply stores,: I I I
with very little wall space, only to find that the faucet still will enable you to do the refaclng
HEATERSONLY what would you put on the win- 5 5 5 leaks* The chanits are that; t
dows' Also what color tile I -- -- -- -
would you use on the floor*" When you see circular saws I' Have One
F Dear Mrs. L, M.: sometimes called table saws! SAE Home lament OnlyHue's

Use either snow-white shut advertised as 1 Inch, 10-inch

ters or wide red and white striped or 12-inch, this refers to the
fabric for the windows. Bold size of the blade An S Inchsaw (Continued from Page IP) -'.It will be here a while,
$7285 black and white tiles for the ing" Construction worker 11 ." Construction
for Instance will take a and its very pretty t to -
floor and the sectional In a practical F. Williams worker B J. Wilder. How!
diameter of 1 inches
: red Indian Head or tweed. blade with a -
Modal TH84010 Shiny black accessories.Mrs. In making comparisons between -"I think that Its real good
Thermostat Controlled Blower $15Special different brands, the sol- that lf< the first of Its kind In Death by Strangulation'

P. PC, asks: Idity of the construction must the South' Ilayward Can Many fruit, nut, and owonwn-
10 1 % DOWN "We use our TV room as an be given prime consideration fell lot I'tti ore losing their. ClOp You Now Pay Coniolidatlon
Oil Drum extra guest room. The only I Modal In which the table tilts -"Its a great party house y.ld and Spanish ore MOM bung strangled Mortgage
problem Is it has no door. Howto are cheaper than those In which by Loon Ca. .34.39Mfj
because of all the NOW IS THI TIME TO
and Stand get privacy is our problem, the saw arbor tilts, but the latter open spaca SPtAY TOUR TRIli YOU
12 Months To Poy Its big, beautiful and Payment 59.50
Dear Mrs P.P, C.: usually are easier to use practical WOULDCar
55 gal. steel Call FRanklin 6.2661 tor
drum Many other sizes and Stash a tall folding screen \ A new exterior plywood sid- and graceful and at the tree 111'01' Payment 72.30 PAY
brand the corner and bring It out same time a practical structure oel'A
of famous
Sturdy steel styles Iln -- r Dept Store 40.00 ONLY
a guest stays over night.
stand heaters to choose from There are rooms designedfor l lion
All necessary Mental Health I Clarifies Loss specifics, you dnn't mess Wnnes lank 2120
tubing and
w. Sell & Install I --39
20 NW liihAVICHECSC $66.66
fittings Complete CENTRALHEATING I Board to MeetThe I Of Chit Hi-lil I II par-s I L I You Now Pay $21439

installation board of directors, Ala-,)I I OR LESS
I chua County Mental Health Association ( per
$" litcl'ill'n<| All Dull Ward will meet at I son adjudged guilty of a felony : WITH Call or Write Today. .
LI FREE ESTIMATES .(loses his civil rights In Florida
In the
county c o urt .
whether or not he ever serves a TV HEADQUARTERS If out'of town tall collectMPMU'f
house, Sidney Martin, president,
I sentence in den
prison Atty.

I ( B. Bohannon J Jr.S.E. "I announced.The directors will discus I I James Kynes said Friday SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX SUV SE U 11E J[ ,\ ( COIIIW;( / .

Project Cheer" which is a lie advised the Stale Parole
7th $t. & 8th A... Phone FR 2-9S6I Christmas program to brighten Commission that loss of civil TECH TV POST OFFICE lOX 503
the Yule for patients in mental rights deprives a person of the JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA

,...-. hospitals right to vote, the right to be a 22 NW. 16th A... Phone 3720411
--- Juror or continue to hold public DAY NIGHT
office. Elin 4.822S EVer,'ttr. 1.180.

The loss of civil rights occurs
when the person Is convicted,
I and the conviction takes place
I I when the court finds him guilty,
football means even though the sentence Is
(withheld and the person Is
I placed on probation, Kynes said

I The finding reversed a 1942
holding Kynes said that In the

,last 22 years Important court decisions r
1 1 1 9
have clarified the law regarding -
I z the loss of civil rights
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Yju must see these fhi< ing models by Young Americo Homes They're FOR r ,_
design f,;r fom cs wHi en;sy life You'll find colonial traditional. and vu rp The Rocket Action Carl
modern de(:gns. taCt with .t'l own outstanding! features Fireplaces, INFOItMATJONIorg.
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1211 W.M UsM.M/y .._ Compiaia CMaan dtonan tram 15 C'n4iVrvMg Faaturmg U-S Prim* and CHokaPAIM M P*. ft loppllodI I wnaaler. tta I.nnvllla iul NaMla TO OP..ATi I 1115 1l ,ens. Lisa 11155111..0.I ill" w Unlv AvaFR .
OPEN u HOu'1 A DAY I trom t AW .a t P.. Mimi 0/51551 h '- II LIvOltK* WSSt.dFINANCIAL I crafl Oapt P. 0 aoi Ill, O'dinaiaa HEAVY EQUIPMENT I Mp natty manufacturar, at automatlv a-1507
TOWN HOUSE IEIYAUNAIIT 11540. :r;;" 510= hi Your nation 01... Yam n. N v 5.aCii iliicaikin II. atfaniTharough
HOT ROAST IIIF SANDWICHtIMrw i I I7M IW inn SI .. I Print plainly PATTIP.M NUMgilNlw I c........ training Real Estate Exam
onaant MN1 cwnALAN'S IOAMI. .00... AM IOU. Mi AG"T'A II 11.e1.I. Inwranca programRatlramam
Oi..sot- Irlriga 551. I plan
SandwiOial It* CrumA&WROOTBEER f AMUSEMENTS I 1- ptoymanl. I waa.y' 15s15M ..50.nc.WN0M ATTEND Fim' imn herNH
Mil SANDWICH SHOP j STAND FOR IH5I Ml myna RMIjl ivs cS. nsi11.115V.11, 1,5,11 IIIosiCI. NW 4th Scall, 17t 3m
M c-,... 5,4.71' M ...._ Opportunitio.p .y' I/NIns It StIt. CaM151 HISS 51 ......",. Monthly COnt1155115NQ.M5y
PUNI AND .. ... 051155554
no NW iw stWJIAM. 5/5,1 Plus I PIES ..". .. Se. .1.
I II:31 P I wonoy M Lao Family ........ dMIf, ....... 151111 U 11,. P'_ "'.",.... 5055 J10s. bonuwl 22 Special Sdrvlcgg
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IOwtHG, : ": Sbeun.I4Mc15'O5N It MartgagaOManay 141,510, nrw Naaolacrafl c...,. I.1'S 5.1111 M.'" 1230 NW ISM an..aiullmt "' Mryou
PUIA' ,,,AoL' G .. "' ..ws, III I MMKroamrSHELLEY'S, 'r.'i'AOMIIStON $ WantadMIRCHANOISI VALUE It COMPLETE QUILT sit.I.ta I mora wrlta Mr applkation,. M COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING

IANISlaymant t I ten W5f1 Un1.Vi"y' 5" Vacations PATTERNS M ....... naw Ou.lt LOCAL....Flit".. lit 111.11,1157 051...... M.: ARTHUR ln. MtMPMK FULMER,. TBUUKOISELL ._.....un P o_ eon SERVICE ?7?-;20<>
DOM 50ary 5yMI M I Rook For baginnaro Marrn Sand toart a high' Khoal --
from t AM" M T AM. I'. w. only ..... ar COCKTAIL 5Oc"" s 1011' mvit III at ftiwl lion 27 ,...* t> rartilnw

p..tnry Irv tan Nw lit AvaPlaitl LOUNGES 5,15.1MId. IO ,...11 ggnjg 1
MM Wada:' *d VaatMAOVtOTIJI ... tail Ina awlvn-y I 01 WanMd II Shy I laky S.ttrg. Ch.Id C.. .."'.?*"nponun'ty Mr lha mans EDUCATION eOAnAI. .5mua1 .1y .,.11...
;;; It our blot Mr U7M par ton
Pactaea $' f"" il
IN THSj I TME CYPRESS ADVERTISE IN THE fiat* Atmwpxara Sort Mink" II a luiidlnf. Maiar" ,latt, 4M N* 4I" A... I blocks St. 621-.... c-a GainaivHto Sun PIMMva I II. Loading' H.... Study School hai Mllvorrd prlco .... all 1170
DINE ft DANCE ioautHuIlT DlffarantDrlnkO PPats. 10/1.51. 0111 M,.. > ail d.ialla M 11Dis coming Mr capaola .,_, Mrmi Oak Crail Entarprlwi. lacMaomorna
M Hau1f Gala
SERVICE DIRECTORY Al You l"a 5,5411DINlCTORY RYIN PN 2M1.. ur prwant ampiaror will not araa. Wlda open opportunityta '1..
I OH NW lift SI FR 47.51 41 Antojua* I -- Oart t aarn In.ooo-lll OM. '
without your
WOULD ima mraa en Wran M caraMr ar conlactad ,
I M "MIK. Par U" IN in claan, ..,.... noma Fmfroa "'..-. loadi Mrnlihad ..

RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF 07 TrMInf Pat M coma..and till to "'.. IVHNY WANTED SALESMAN wH ..... I ".,1Io'orII.lbo,1./. ..-.,.. ,..5"'.'..'.'.,'Qu"1' AVON CALLINC'CHRISTMAS
TO LIST ..... .
I w Puai oil ft worn mow a, goad PM 414' Itfturp wllh I.... ..
ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE KORT CHILD CARk "'......... good aaoorlwi'H Mr-1 Khool Antwar aniy" n
M eoato Marine Iw'.. I ...
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I DIY. W.ss r Month had wccanful .... In u.ar ..
CALL 3781411. n Camp MUM Flan $341 10''W ell A_ 1.-7 (._.' Ha.. Mr "lniar,laSALESMAN I aducatlan tookl ar IntangkHat.

I n Ethos iwigmantn wrlta Sot otOM Golnnvllla' SHOPPING

Mut. ..*I -_.M 10'1PLAY 05115551 r551S I Sun
--- : II na longar o problam whanm.
.. 541 W 0555bla.
SCHOOL A11 111-4111 !rim ... _...,.. leu GOODIES Avon Ripraiantot, camThok .

I A VII. WI .M 5-5 ......115 PRODUCTS oarnlngi can tMa cor*
Sun Want Ads Get Results REAL ESTATE FOR SALE M >( am ii .. 47515I INDEPENDENT Mr Sarvlca OIL Slaflon co. Hal attandanti. aprn.mi I Man" Cnmatlci kg manay Houiano lupplylng, Ham....mar.....*. ol For your tatarvlaw Chrlttmat call moaolng FR 11421 tool.

:II Matt" Kama. ... M'tU CANSa. HI/11SI 551 1/11151 is E.caliant aapartunlty Mr advancammt MSS 100 dally" uwd ..........
110155. PSSci ,... .I .. man Aa-
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:M Walrttn ProoartyII CALL 7NdISS DI1hpp.' 0.".., ,....
H utm lOt .all' WOULD LIKE to kra* your I M I nnttructlon, pralacto. ARIradai I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
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:M CottagM Mr la* I yr. old en'id in my ham SalarM. wl M liMIt month.tr. 1(-Wgrk W.nf.- Fomiloaortallon.
SW Section good cara. 1g MM .. 550 ''' I
V Rial lit!.t IwnangadM m'a'd PIso'''Hopi .It. 11.1 .,..".'WRI/E ONLY 151551' UJI. I YU\JNG "WOMAN 55511 ..........,
Porajn '
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NEW II FEMALE HELP WANTED FOR.. .n. .......... Mall." 5-4. 11111.1.. .. 0.n 5as. I cut
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p This Week'sAPPLIANCES lot,MM Praparttol --WXTYTliS- Df Pf NDAILf afflca aqulpmant: I I' IN MV NOME i iI GAINESVIUI
i pair, man with ulaa oWlHy Iparlanca *- ;:
41 Riogontiol 1 Incom HOWARD JOHNSON REST .In manual and a..ctvpairrilan 6-5758 UPHOLSTERY
a Firm ft "Acroag Apply M pawn 1131 NW IJth St adding macntonanal 101 it im PLI "' .10. Sill $1oM
a Clland, Prw.rty SaM. 0504751. ASSISTANT 1 5 n P t I caWMaMra taiary drpand- oo IRONINO,""MV""HOWE: "
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1WJiW1SJ7\D\ Wrl,. ISO 533-A C S 0..11I.' I ant an a $51. 515,54 _. .....-.. aunw M sJl. cara a* Sun. III! II IVII PLACE
J .....11.1....... .M 511'
PARTS WIN AOMy III Swn 11,4.s11515
wu.Special RENTALS WAITRESS WANTED M work P5110111M 5. S NItaa0
: V. WLjULLIU 4H CoMrM Praparty ..nil.* OR night Oft''". good taliry ApplySandwich HIl light "'.... PI5y1' _
Inn. lie Nl INN AvaPnona for ft foju'pmant Cd. P o. tax MAN OR WOMAN
44 Canagol Mr AjnlM PR 4-014. ,!. Calnaivllli, Fla _.

M FM/MN .....

$ Unfunilinod, ..... I I 1

I 47 Hauiao Mr Rant PiimH Tg fates era Kout of Rotail Stgrggon

H MM Mr Rant U""' ""'. OFFICE SPACE
in Spira Tim
tame* accaunti
*> Reoml Mr Ron

It MI... RwrtallHA
Want** Tg Rant Professional Office Space Available on
$al54IaI I pt 5,11 PIOIa..11n551! Will aopoi,1 '/lOb"" "'...
H loardan w...,. III Ill,. NN 11 111/5145, .1.1Ibul0Ml5 .nlVl'.. I41.51114" 15.al.ndlns .
\ II Otfk DaK Onion July 1, 1965. New building being designed ...-.,.... ass ass. $15.. .... DI11OWa, 055
14 lullnaH Pistils 555,55 fII" M part ,Iftw WIM, a sIsedy Mso.aonl .....
,. now for 222 NE First Street fop I 05115.15


1 SIRVICIaSpKlal lease and office layout possibilities. See I .Accaunti,..., wm ora ump aitiw!. ..'tf?''d t*Mr_yw....M.?,wrvlco??'.. 'monthly..'n'.... h You,,g 505 Ind

SorelcMM I lull "2T",,'*" P"."..< 41 III hell Pravlouo a-parlanca _

b NW55 Imyiei15 Purvis 200 NE First Street. nacauary For prrHnai "inlarvlaw writ' fully alit y1155515
RNNATV110 Roy at I inciwlni' ptMna M K. lUM ennaiylli. ......

I UANlllKI, ft Pwnsa5WANTAD

i RATES Announcements NEW 1965 r Used Mobile

PH. 371.1411

i LOST ft f U-- 56x10

forCI..ifio4 Found -<- i mot. old iSe.l a avpovwin ''I III Home
t51 .11.1 WMMa > nw.st4 15ia I Ii SaleQuality
Only laogia.FR au.ni ,- 3 BEDROOM ;{
.... 4-.lwnaw .

'OUND 1A..I1. ,ISM If $551. S4 Furnished ij used
M11YN. lMl IM Mllnly Completely and repossessed, famous

DEADLINESIAMIU War can I71MO. i i name mobile homes, completely
LOST Mini piock n-amad I
Ttaa W.v 't!. bans flan** Sat aafwam Panty andStidlum iI $3145 ditioned and ready to roll.
4LINES .II Ail Day WAe MME.III. ....... mrtMrwgr t ONLY

IE. r r s.. aEl I ,

1! ( rs P., ads 55 N M ..... pIMIIE 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI No Money Down
M ao .11.Pr .
ANN-COOflTrm rlV7r DoTara? I
I1 10 ids 11 M M M1l ..__ ......, IMP and ma LMti Oven- NEW 1965
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i A 115 11,5 W.111S 11 111.a.uncs
N a _) slit .... IMIW ass on repossessed models just
This ip.c!.l |ood on stns If WIIISYI lusty Silas.II pay
DAYS fE 751 .,., 77415). II III sales tax and transfer fee then take

YOU 'UD'OGi.' (EAUTYadvttar I low
up monthly
$2.00 RATES to Thahtn C_... ttrmMrmatkM 10' WIDE payments.
'I obon it.", .nd tt open I I.e.s an.E ar domoMratMnj UNMllal.

1I thtaaman IM..tPM1* BcHn M 111** -LEARN"IMPL/PIED TO OR I'll I I Completely Furnished I As low as

commrci.1/ ..dIlt ,
It InwrtMno l.. ana PARALLEL Pas KING I Ii

1e TMM tM.I. c..lII'lN M.11P1NY155 Lie sasy I'.'WAY III P14 OIlVING KOOOOl 375/151 X2795 l il il1'JiKINGr $100 DOWN

I MM .... I .... ,., ONLY ,
y,rtii.r. only. loch week I P.Isar ... ..... .U.UII.5.I 15 a "5441551a. SALON i :" ,
5501.4 a 5Ma' fII Y.Mrl.an5. I t. alit 1
giMtifiiw on mobile homes
'La ryt e IPorm, sa.. Slwn MligiM { with
.' to e. UM*. AM runt 111I bonk financing low
I e new want ad "ciol i l 5-1 I ODM .yn15- IM _. '!' : monthly payments.The .
LOSE WISH W1q; wm naw

I 0k.A.D Toblttg' I 111! ;, BIGGEST

OT.IY og..canti Canava.DjjJ : I and BEST
b offered wilch forlit.
will o CLASSIFIEDDial Selection in

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T3 rTcRT5. -.. I:II""' 4920 N.W. 13th St. HOMES
t 378.1411I or ... I
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MI. N.W. 13th
.711 s. WOULD II 15 Street
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; vro niwtH xt v... iTnT .L l,1 ''''' 'f.o L\:'LL I ... I
so MANY GutsroisJ LUCY. MT OREAT 'AutT $ YEAR! f' .a tV AS / Awe L
VOH'T KNOW frhf m -f f ,:V A R J50M .r., 1 AHO 40 IAM4aiJ 'a"T CAT 17F..I SWEET Ai THE CJ1Si SIOllI LASTNISNTt, EC'ITw.Rt: 1101 a

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I Sunday.! ,_ November,,_8, 1964 Gouieiville Sun_._ 5D. ,I


1 0 Cleon out the Clout & Utility Roomt How-Pick up extrt CLASSIFIED cash Ptrton to peon ADS odt ore for non commercial uicrt telling merchandtie priced

LAYS 4 UtoIES $3 ot ring$100 quicker or less action.with the telling pric. stated in the ad No additional cacti for edt that require the full 10 days .No. refund for edt that

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

H! io PITS SUPPLIES II "" .INI. H...... For Sold IS H...... fee $.1. NoMdt tie IsIs
I I II H..._ to S.I.IT .. IS H...... fo Sol. IS HMMI bYe IsIsWATER IS H..... for Sol.

THE TIMEIS BOB WHTE QUAIL CONNOLLYHorr IN NOWSESRY. 3 II. CCS H. ,,, ] _'--' 1 ....... t-room Ir.",. OW N i Rr.; r.RrvsoihTfihomo .
0......, Kvolb II.IS lidS tor .... by eOs'. ...... 000P or bsos.. dM51 .... elco Lot IN > III" Nwtori. ... BIASED: OWNn-
I krn.. prlco* occordlng. togo Horr low. Inoom > 4 I 04.3. on mInIs or SSN dome ... 1.514 10. ...... 101. 11,011. ../ Mini" Irowt ono Ihrubo. FREDARNOLD M SpIll tnit l ii Mil voiuo. In NW
ond ouintlty ....., mWilo nomoi. Mon, 15* monthly IH-IIM TmPIh hoOp? 011,555. 1M. ..... 10- CA 11111.014 i'd nun 15000111. II*.. I both w,_..... dining'
NOW. OMOO tlothut, FlorlOiFTCl floor .._ 9 yoor IInonelne0'1. 1750 DOWN, I IP. 37414. contort WOW 10 UnlMIlt' rm Cnrtol...), ..,..ontf. w
I homo by
I .. oul I.c.r 3 ''''101 10011. i YDlli Waslnd 50110515., City 040 00"" FRONT man, MIlls Ifto. d'nhwouiorore. .
block' tnt brown mlnltturDichihundi I! G."IO' en U .. 445 PS.315Ifl ownor noor lIens, ond Jr High PROM SUILDER,, ... SlOp 5iCiI51oVdo0i11115l5. 3 lOr J "bath. C. 5 Gvlou, owllful oocOod. lomticoootfAiain.
AKC rogKlirodPhono ochooll. loncM backytrd. IJJI Price roducod no _'1I1on. I llhuSiO Win, 055515115. cAp So
_ .. lied V11M MWds.rHA 01 101. oblIlpon San 015 SR 105001,
F'' I-UI4. 071 NW th NIJIth ... Dl lgJIII I boilu kitchon oqulppod. ."" ,
Do You Have I ........ POW tr VA Hoi NI inn Tor hhhiioohIS. WI 405 ..d lit 100 wllotlbio' llnonclng'
.. 1} LOTS FOR SALETHtR'V25'0'EveslTT. 5.17311000 .OWNPR V NG- ins 53 pm ins IncWo'! lId old ltd NW :Mlh' Or JTMWr
...... Hugh emIavs. Inc m"nCOLONiAL ,.... ..... lousE
HASH RUptOk wki tld tt II old" .311.1.- "- "IT NW 3415 II PR -
A Room, i moo .'.. 1 dm hound JAMtV pwtoly turntihod. Including til op 35413 I Alelylll05PIallt5npIn I br, kit* ro*. I, FREE'TURKEY
4.15010. built ku, control AC:t H.
KINMELt HI I lu 71. ( dmllil ktti tvolloMo In Chontllly
Hit. 4731501.MINIATUSI op.hiol Acrn Thno WH ring* hi I'lltrom b..ub.UI, root buy 37T4 Htocotod Idol I' 0101 I ............ 2"'. AUTHENTIC. COLONIAL PARK MODI P.N I Your Ttltnliiolylhl. fvrkov comotwltn

Apartment or SCHNAUZER"","... prkod I Crow i lo tiOOO I ocm to UOM.ond Call.I
House to Rent I wki old 3 mou* AKC roglf"lorod. r tern.imps..11._ Coll Wok Idles." nolghuorhooa'" convonwnlto M'iilM< ._oy ConilrvclMnCo. Phil n tumptlouiry corpotortllvinf on noil .... woowd It>I. Hardwood hout hot boon complololy rocondition >
lor H04> m-HH. room loot. PomUy II..... ... .
llowort intul Khooll aol POW or I control hoot, pot- ** 101. dod put hord-
"PHono PR .1J45. /1" ....... 15.00 ....,..... los ""'' ,.. I ,
OIled .Iet. on.I .
room tlrooloco' 3 5 llpsrI .00 1510
ii 'h40llnt0 .;;'T .; ftnoncrng Thin : : GULP MAWMOCK :: 11i: I "ftOIDIromo. ., M I 51115. en lot 5044770,1cc 1001 Old
Two "nunkltchM I'N\
Phiino 3717401, OIl Purnlturo living room A ICe homo Ispmolpo II roocty tor IminadisI" ,
pass .. .tll
REMEMBER- -S XERPUPS--- Touus-.Iacroloi.of.eson-. M A. parS cvoro p4004.Ion. ........ W )It" .
-- morbio Hilt. Motion P1105537.155, C .. III 55dm. III
I lOIS loll sunrlopAing Lab. Was.Plcp LOT WNU' I I IYoocaushaesiovolmpplIN Good _" ... iwlly o..louumo 001.0.115 .P1,10.4 101 lIr" -.sl. I doll tor aob. Poet ysoforSys -
AKf.fi..U '..1S1U borg. grMlly rMwodMARY Myrxontv in 4211 IpsumInso Locilod III HWIOClion
I 11.000 Inc you' YH' 'looM 0501. PHONE 172. .
A I J5J2 INVISTWINThovo lu'l 4 Clark Snnon $0510..4i5sl .
renidi vacancy MOELLER. REALTOR 1571 Iguor loot slIder mot tor 4 SR.S ""' t corM>lC lIOM .
oar "lOll .
L000IlI Is :11M buck MAvonvo W. ,
Mo iI. Him.. ,.. S.I.I PIP Aopolntmont to too wli, l hod.room i somber ol kit ionodNAomboi on 15 05054 lie
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1011 w. Unlwrilty AvoPK I "lid .31L l lir* NW 30tli Tor II" dowi lo '4 W Ills UH5* 55.
1' botht, Wonnry ConitructlonOH ,,'" .. wilh' r-HA homo with hardwood rloort $350 Down0 $46.50a -
COSTS YOU MORE I 14471IY q. '* uvtr tlnorcI I' KIn 'I CMiltrwftlon Company and PkHKU .
IOS.-I---a ..-r. 1' ;-i1.-r. room In bMutllul
Oil tercod oIl hoot, boll I 11,$. HI 1> OOt ".. StIU, PAl '"07150 I hilly ,MARy
.... tnoopr OWNER bwtltvl MUCloul lot, landicapH wt P-itiM ot MOELLER REAL TOR I SomobI''n. TtMtIMO.
Cord .
OIMVO i0.rhOl m kitchon with niturol birch "io>ln cm*. Con J71 MOI lo4WI'
than the oo that for ogn Vo ,nlorlor tl ippro- ,IN X 201. I... o>l,,llxbMlln. >. ISv cob,noK. plm looluroi | 111000 with I4M downpoymrntand lIP IV U.I..I" Aor p1105' Cn *ffvw W.lr010iVa .
cioto" mot vi.i M; lied ''''lIne. 201 Ilk' fWOH mony fnoro lUll ... month H ouollllod I .. .." rROi40OulOey
I Imp "11100.LAIGI" Monthly pKymonti Iron Mprr I N..viTHoti'N. 10'0I LASSITERRealty PHA buyorSPIC Mulllpo' I .51111., "1 10 Mlt, tor J fluMH tfMj
will rent it! FEDERAL QUAllfiI "" month Her lulldon, Inc I.. 1 boih. CCI iwm w horo A bHutllul loll In NW. m 'IDI\ I wood ,--. 1750 ogully. poymontt AND SPAN P ,11 WM.IIOI Po.tor KMK
4171 N vy. 13th II Ollnnvlllo,, lociion, ICK".. odlKont M ellylimlIs > Jo-NwSi'-It; n..i. 101 mo WoJUWjiltor I P MMOP.TOAOI I linmoculoto I _room ....... In ocoinHi C"""10 V.>o *rawi liitnt EARLY AMERICAN
Here's what f*. OlIN paled Itrwli. SiIlr. WI5IP10folIIdnooaod lit Nor_' ....11.... MM ""on I.,,.., FIREPLACE
Mill *olt -c.--. coiorod HOME
Johnion ,
your Mgr city ... .' AIM I0'0 Mil Ov....hobio IulvsiInMViimprlonIsos .,"....
per mo. w win ronl Kr HI pIPml. boss to "' PHA buyor II
on WIlds' Hood lull > mIlls' Pnono PR 54551. 10m. Ota par month Including ...... All Silos' Ollortor fllwdhoorthj .
vacancy COSTS KING north ot '..,ry. Down poymontond Ills lot Nlci "'.''en. I bod L.... ond Inouranto Kongo rotrlajM. I 4 ..4._ "' ....1. I. HroolKt Ponplod'
VOSILE' HD"'U lormt ..rrongod.Mocomo Tl. NW MTH PLACE roont homo. tenon porch Con Gill SPRINGS ROAD trot 4 Ill'. .."'*..no,. ........ aol SHADOWu'W14ISTAnS eoaiV' room kulit'in nilchon -
4910 tOW. 31" St. 10_. Inc. Imoll lot to, tno lomlly thot ,httotto Ikwr buying lot Mult bo mion.Mo lodroim 1 Soul homo with A C unit 10514011.BUSINESS Mini, brottkloit borloyltnly
YOU EVERY DAY 3111.111I Call V a McCoy 3irm. cut ..... oovmonti OIly' IM por cont Mnancrng. no SWIMMING POOL M hrtOdoubio londKopod control
K4.M month kxludlng boil held down povmortt low monthly poy.monli Nit OPOI IM by IMlorlo F. 0 OLIVER! hooting k aIr nndllronln.' .
RAILROADSIDING OIL down poymont only KM.piuo 1 I Mr. .oy........ :JM4 Candy. OIly I* with tiig llroplocoPonoiM PROPERTY OPP5 ShaG' uh. WMOTd itroot Ctwlco
until it is rented: VI tolol dmlng CO4H, Com.putory ,_... Phon. 515 ll"| .... DOss room 4 PlrldtM > 1 II you pro Inloroitod hi M. 00 Hidlolsull,, $1555, 'or YsC .w PoonApnl
LOTHAve roconaitlonM tram I Cl loci ...... .... P44 lilIPoin5, Shy' tI'"i Itroot. wo lIP ottor. iltoi. ...".b''.. palsuRROMEO
Well .
'hot kolIllIlS 55 pas4 lhh.
Do.lIlliasihil .
I lloon to ttto root Ph PR o->471. Down pinS cwMnt molt susosa
IF RENT: YOOR LOSSIS lorgo commrcl. lot withrollrood W."NI" W. WISIMAN. I..".. I TRADITIONAL Toil 50(5 only til.tot. Inown 4.5 en 105151 OIaWv mIlnelal' CC _..
I ,
\'dl.' ... will oroxt bviIng ,. III! N Moon tt by ooot only" Coll 17l.l-.tl "' .... f
PER DAY I to wit ....onl. Glee Ittntoctory p ...,. I .bedroom 4 kSnnidolIp, mo s,01d' 55 rone 'IIIIIICA
: IS. OMO Fit 044SILoral ONI mill rIseR ol umvornty tilooo 011 I.... 101. In 0.sIohW, PIn', I 1 I IIPOP.I YOU HIV OP. 1UIIS I I0A ARNOLDREALTY 510111 to live tnDrIvO
5 Lorao Piorido..... wthbulH 1 I.. tro*. Por Comlnrtiblt, sod j 500 ,t 1. ynorsoll. .. Itl .. Wool.. 10 W 30,14
woodrd.. loll In book'hoivoi' lull coblnottUnuwol Con__ town living. t.II how thli l I .... 01$1 11.0 0.$ .IsIsIsmIpo J
It por "'". I).II por doytil _"., .... UMt ..... you : 40W esolpInobsIaly i COMANY .iins
I : INCREALTOR to cantonooio Mrt. Ca.sliu. Hove 2 SR 0 54111 1101111 olIN lSIa 50.II ... OIl" 05 ,elI.
I bedroom : Mulllplo Llitlnt" MomMrIII
homo Plroplocolorgo )73nm3 .1 lIVing' 4IPI Rise HiS. I PUP PR. .'- 171-1070
per ml II 1.M per dip UtodM wt tnMroto .II I I GLADYS "! W. Unlv" Avonuoft
17575 37,17 31I71& 0> 0o. Conhol 14.15 1 dIstIll
Ity "'lIcI''... 1114 : 17121
14 Awe
1 lOIS UlIrmolly Aop SI comlltlon Built m Itnvo.
lIS II I) n. 10..1. Jaci
Mr m* nil diy Phono PP.. ._ Cl37onIl
14 Wotorfront ,..,.rt, -- -- I own diowotiwr, ...._.1. in.room I IlImp. 344' ...... ) IM kohmo.P.
MO Suv O'IICT 1011I 1p.m. 10151 IIv'ne rSehIh.. W. HMmo .
por "'" UN per diy bulls. Jimmy '
NORTHWEST FOUOALU7 SR eel' 1Ia.1I IISu. no ..... ......m'..'.... Paa.seHolluP. .. "P"'" cll.lne _. '_ WInd lloiMord HOME HUNTING LOOK !
Ul per PIn 12.16.... diy ........ P11. en HIp WlhVfr5ll$ 1111001. ClIp obluplese loulun Llyln. roomnd ttim tlroploco All ItirooMrtolnlng
TRAILER SALES wIth no 11.... d....... Twa mills 510,111 SOILS 111,11 llnonclng ,.,..Oroctouo..... Illnln. room. ). 11111 ho Ihrooss P01111.01 the 1,1..1 ------ --- """"' *** H.
170 por ... I1H per diy I 1701 Wilds Roil NIAt trom Hit Oult Houu ll woll tur.nithod. Uil. N W. Mth Avonu. Huiin I 'oomL PnnollM. lornlly LISP' NIW AMIlim' ECONOMY HIs.hl.col .: condition :::::
Film tono 1740701IIFORI room C.O10..1 Air" Con.dlllonlng IPso MM ".. .. onId
.1' comtnionKl, ." hoot Idworai. Inc. tolol ond OPPIRIRiaiillTIO New Brick HomtlI.
lioutllul ..rovnn3nm I III. oltroctlv. _iMrtHMtf, well
575 per mi 17 M per day511prmS. you buy MO ut Mr too I tin both, oipnut She, tloon, en' NIW I .... I both homo Good nrmi. tt Wh It 00111' KM uod dowwUt
In Mobtio, Humoi. ....... dor ClOset, tormlc. kllchm, 01 op.ptloncod II miMM .
J] until .. cnuow ti sun droln LoP ".. two docio withconcroto kllchon, tomlly room GLADYS SMITH, Roaltor DOWN 4 101 ..r mont b> Se.pIk.s Psst.eHiL5Isps m* Pnon. Vt-M/l
0244p.rd.y I'y' rf w'dth, UP to 01. Hi.' bulklood, "" .... to Mil with Hrrploco' complrto CMllrol 1 im W. Unlvortlly' eluding' I.... kisobInoolSR )
Coll Amen llnlli '" 104M or ho.t t Olr .0od WW CO,",. I') bolTs QuIM NORTH LUXURY looulitul: Poioa* ol Hom.i moMi
ID ptr "'". til per doy I PR 41511 tone* bock pall C Pills "U"ICT P100 lunl PAMILY WIIT licotlon Tolol prlcoIU I S 4 11411514 5.11510 515015.
... III' ml. eip.roy : PMIwrlng Mlrlotll. Hfllcroil, *Iodhle CI HOUM Lobs lonto ,.. 4 bod..wmt T."" .. J74I04I J701 NW 13rd llko OR IMALL now .IORORITV s I '" 500151.15. M '10. ... _'....onl. con _I. V. .. 'd miiy. room. ......... built' intllchot. .
t Pars MonorII .. I "bolfli. itudlo othor build.tno -- : Pour (41 "bold Horn i IreNslIp, II 11 root ninio. coll 0106 "' ......1 PeW 51015 I'll 'OhIO .irrw. Nv wlllntNr ,
570 II" mt II.ll ptr diy ., dock L.nd"'_ I '5h1'' THIS I NoI.1 '15101140" 101051. 000 $1 losing ...... 11..?" Phono VI14/1
In ino MatUt Hood
yoott 5501111 .mat. In 1..lIon' P.001.Ills. I. 'loSLSy Telms. N W. 'lrd Cl.i'll 378-1521
1 atillnoM D' C. ... 10..... Mol'.. mCIII I TRULY HOME .l' Sa.Id.s. leg I IN 1 '
n :.I : :: :: : :
hISS mt I) d.
por por M,. AlAn G,..... w'n'or' At Moliro. G.I ..-. ]'> m '..,., I I. I... .....,...... "C'r;: Plo.. 4 505 511105Opel. i ,, ,. HI
"SERVICE HAS LIlLY Pot "' 1020. ot Comput on 441 | BR. | OMfi two both brlch "...... t0iiriitdinln. "Myrtlr LOKtot Rwllor. I HOU'I SAlty laid Court Mans? Thro ond 4 IRmoddll
OUR BUSINESS -LOT-- don tor Ood, yr round com I room Plrooloco. UOMlornn. W", I '8,,,, H." .'1OC1l1OId CIII 315 essI or Ir.1111 ,..... li) lId I* HI' ..... 14 0..
CALL 378.1411 OR IUW.NNe RIVERSACRIPICI tort Prkod '...... D" .. by N W U>1 Clborno. '."'. A5111101l 5'5115. Rl_ l5l5'. 505154, 501101150. .
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TO PLACE YOUR I BAIRD MOBILE 31"110 WOODROW SEA Y 14ear 'on ...... .111I lilly 0511. for ,....... .." >r oppomlmtnt t. too. ph... Rltk.pot.iik .
......".... Thll 540,00.,. 101 I
HOMES SUMMER HOME Tho Moitor ItftlnorOCAIA 122.001 N. w 31d Cl .nd Pion.n. J7J.H7I I tr tit.* ..I.. .find,

VtOCdltPhono At mouth tl lu....... P..,IvorLorgo bloc*. I ''', | both, Ire. I NI Did .4. slId I'lth T.rt....
SUN RENTAL I ... CCI complotly doon-ooom colling _'Id *.." iMUlllul A.', till. N W. S'd
a me let Ml i 441, I ly fumllhod' lira llrocUoco. AC- .Ing A fomlly room with, It.. Cl.PARADS.
con to toil" A Irooh wolor fillieS ...... Ira. toncod m boo pall
WANT ADS "_,,,..'. porodll WymonTournol built, .M .11<","-. rum OIl I OP Hole MOOfLOuollty
BUTTSMOBILE Pnono '" Mill LM SlaG 1 I aol wonlty, on oUnl ".,
Ook. Flo. yoluoT'
OVER 01 hi hAS Iron. meny
21 ll.oit
;t .;J ow P nYi d iMd.IISC '.. :I 441' Nat City, Umit .wIll,.-"pump iPO(5I5 Many 0101 dIll.wl,Ied... IrIS OnLuo PS IM31IV -.-_- .1
PIMM 6A J-JMI Set ut for bit buy In Gaintt.villd tonto F*. Inaulrt lowilJ OWNER I I*. i "both, ii, con.dll Highland Court Manor
Ask for our special d,.. ...olry. CoWINIFRED. 'onod. rot,, t 5lllHbO.. McCOY'S .
TAKE OVER peymnils SIP 1l4 All I I I _ IX* loon OlD II ptr p.'. pnon
0'.1 doAble, 0.0km 1'11'0'0.11. Count prlcti Wo cannot and H. CRAWFORD IIHOII I
.."" ". ". Col Ihlvor FR. o- will, nor bo undersold conttdoitng MACOMA
Ml I i PilI. tpKtiKing' See GoinetvilU't
iMITl _" quality LAKI P500.11155ACSI Anotnor booutltul ntyrlck trlglnol, llI Largest
CALVII" bwt brod. Ill ; .GI SHills'' No. 54 MIlInsI.OR 0000r con"rvcllon tn WI""y
23 Yrt Strvtco Expdrtdnco ilotoi. And your "' '''''''i HOMES INC.
thornt Cordon Pit Dairy Plrmt, Inc. OPEN 8 AM 8 PM 12If1Cedar touch M thli, horn* by ."'OI'ne' Selection of Quality
i'ii'1 1 your color Khomo now Clll 1
Cal' 0.4373POUC CLOSED SUNDAY Key Shores Lloyd My" "' Solid VI SAIl THE 'JEFFERSON"Chormlmly

'ULL CALVS AND I fin* homdiitti from $2250 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes.
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2U' NW 55115 It 'U 5,001. '55
luLLS. PHONE PR 4.2.05 aCm
3PM. non-watdrtront from $1 I 510 I w". "or. t30II loIS. and 043 Mloniol oulildi'

WANT TO KNOW HOW I* 1I"0."yt I 12 WIDES CEDAR KEY 3341 or 3831 _por_ _"'!: Phono PR. 50151MODELS I lull homo It tlllod. SIlls' on.vononcvi NOTHING DOWNTo
I lor Mntomporory
PhiliP our, aId lop,lot Mr ui morkotT ouploln: thoncomt 5.00 2 BR under $4,000USE Marina Locations llvlnt. poo.los NotKo rno wonPPOIntod ,

.. two lob with CmCooporotlvo work oroo wttnloundty.
you con OUR Qualified Vets ($100 doting )
Mini 41 por contPork INVEST taciMidt' needed her hllchon, ond pontryI1or
Motor. RENTAL PURCHASE ..o bonoy I. Ihi wrvlco ..0f
PMX. Oolrwivllll, or AlocKuott PLAN Motel Locations I $13,400toI8,200
: :;: I
) NW SPIN It lowor "IminMloi." dgwn. poymont INVES occommodahoni' f rooml OlIN 'cI'roo clmotlocimm 'I'
"' .1001 441.1101Phono TOTAL COST Now Open .,yO two. lun

45141* HAMPSHIRE 510 HNI OP CONTRACT WII L It Ulth' needed I 50005 1114 5 _.". Payments from $79.34
llniKlnttvoloDlo' ".o 'M mo imitor mlio
$1.00 Each SEE DAVID ANDREWS- I Nortliweo.tES1111e04 Hoi 0 Mrmol Hulls' roam 11./, / I
FR l\m_
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN REAL ESTATE Mowoio dlnlnt room .. Convenient Location
lomlly room. w 10 PITS 6 SUPPLIESCHIHUAHUA SAKE SEMIVA ond booutlrtil CMrry Yes, a so .draosle I teI lrtv.it T m.nf rcqulrtt
On Pt lot I IMII S. I. tlKoyltono IS H..... lor Soil. T... k" "'... ol loS ftouMwim She specialized l.rviCdl efolC| thidoj ,
PUPPIES HoldhroMOBIlf lit oiiociod two iir RiPIiOS
PaIlS lied polls with, ponoro. Ill I Opo.s .nmlluRl and IMIdoyS SuIPAPHi'NESS t lit! ICH IIIly ,_ ... 'H' lOll. .."I tile Rtalior, the lowytr, ond tine Under.

..._Vii and tomolt' m Jill_ MO/veS'ACI (nvoitlng W o U. 1 Slob Homo c....", Flit homot P$. I dO..HoI, P5305 IIilI(40

FOR rip SALE Mmdli_IUGLI.IS mo aid C.II .KC 31. I I AViILAULIPr.qrPotMobViSloiiIiPa'C" CU 1151,11.15 AlACMUA' .roo cowlS by, INC Itricttd1 lOW""1711. "I locating and n.gol ating far a l.ol d.lald propertyr.qutrti
Phono 1144401
till 4111: NW nth St.PPR t MUM Norm on 441Cliorl Modol Homo Oponmt owvry tunIrom looulilully ....404 loll lh. R.allar't .p.ri.nct and (udgrn.nf. I
,.. G. Norrll Th CharmingRANCHO
lix, riimting' dogs 530 OKUor Mgr 1PM I PM. .Win.ning '
Phono 442.1440 The Idndor'i financial mali.i th. trant-
IJOO lor oil, tl.. Conloct Mar. Augull II. :9311 N W It PL All City eennosiesoP.N.e.sos.eseos GRANDE capability

no loyliio."' pnono PR .::13711. POR hALl 'trIll IW4, .J raised l'". M cilllng. IIHlllcrral Comport ,coot I both with'ully til Sir othor und.tBMroom I __.. I ..'.... ohidy, actIOn potubl D.t.rminmg, the taf.ty ef the tIlereqAles I

ADVERTISE 'IN THE not rwilty' and I... ovor My 1,515,15. -YOUL4. "J" Ii 0V150TIMP 551111 '..... 1111155 P0510, .... us. lowy.r'i ipdclali/od tnowl.dgt.See .
SEC VICe OIRICTORf' 1110111 01 144 pr mo. POnel 374.0O4IIlIirl3IPM ,, lade, models 111.711 on 41. ,..... .... pe.saol 11pm' i Builders end Developers
: Illill 'no. NorNlwort I...." M lomnM.Hnny I dr._ .AuUudld 515.04' ,Ph I advice and
- ...... on Mo llotvdo 550*. a lawyer legal Soles Office NE 23rd Blvd.
ol N W 1Kb Itroottwo 41M NW im PI service in all Real Estate Transaction
lImbs lout 01 N W looN
I "'LANNIN TO IVHLD" Law) en' Title GuarJnty Fund and 1 11th Terr. Phone 372.3471

.. ATTTIt Id) ug' d you on till. I l013; .. ,__" ", __,__ _
: ;IARASA."A WALTER STUBBSInc. maid on contracting, your .. .." __ ft.._ _
: I 1'1 JIWIJ4. T 0 I c.1I 0 It I sroT ... cuilom homtCol ..- .- ..

0 ,. It" It It. M A IT Tr.ACROS Gdra> or V Q Me .",1

26. H..dUII.r? 'Ti t1. Itl C 0 .JI.! Day FR 6.7270

1.Stamcoios 27 M.ndld I II rt I p p 0 I iii t I' T Phone 376-5394 NldM 6. )Vl', or I Sooner or lateryou'll

2$. (.1.... 6.6502Dolt.
tonmlM ,
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n lT1 "W. trade houioi" ...," otN I
0 s. 'f 0 N. It A 5. 0rslleays VOW tttoM end IVd Si'4
8.hioletr 10. .'irdde I COMPARE Butler
'SI. .RTmpIS UIS I. IiiII T A I. 11II PIA H II want a

11.501h 32. Tn le iII.llltll. N I C.T


l2Cbilisnd 3t:4000: AI" t L.II. SIiA V A ilL.H. BEFORf.YOUBUY Why

:3&.t'.vleldlng Ir A IItIVIT A. D A 11 eltU. VISITShadowlawn

NimbleneSS \\bl.l.. ISolutfol T. Frld.y' PunJ, SAVE ; ::T--:... : not now !

16. Vlolmt 1000 on.. t..dI lO ._.0',.... aol 0 .. 1l515p
oUlbk 41. SpoIled.' II DOWN 5. DIIII Estates
ThaSsIlEllutI' fp rpody torn
18. Anl... .lib drop' t.ludtan shy C. Pip tor 01 -I400y .15.1

SISal kine 41. roOd of liPId 2. Food fhb 7. Yaly -
lilt NW JltkA.dop.
19. Cr. leort 41. Before 3. :NISI or S. ,RrwIuahI, 3 Gr 4 Bedroom Models Open r b* H I'too on 1100 NW. lltkPII ALL CITY SERVICES

20. fury 44. ntryunll elo"rs olvopper 5lISpmomw57hl501e4 10 I bolM. dn till
22.Ikesbol.: 4\. Ten.n" 4.Mokedoia Such Items of Interest At : Slid .... 150e .seuIN

hoed boo p.mrau In point 1 : f.-: S Intercom Or 4120a4121F1W.IGnIs 7ISHWIflhS. FERN WOOD MANOR

Cedar Closets 0510551..., DM dn 171AOVAHCf
550,55101 not dn i
rrrr r3ri7 SIll
I'. 13Jf.
P0 055 ..;... $12,250 up

- 11. .T 17. r..y... Sunken Tubs ." .4111 N.W. lhop

/I 21. SinonrthI Full Length Mirrors -- 1--
Oil I S&H.53$5L $400 DOWN HA
; ;' I 2:1.:\rnni Mr. tlnk. I Honest To Goodness Family Rooms Il-p.. Norwood NOTHING DOWN VA

/. /1 : aT : r 21. 'ad allolm I Beam Ceilings u.... __ $1 I 00 ClonIng Coir

IT I Many More Extras You'd Never Believe = :.:oo>T tmiyT Hope
: f 7 Ijl I 24. Sac I uni* Ay* $75"flaM
A J "4 q :2tMsdeIn'e ..... '_''I" II. 'H"' I roc.
I.. .. "_ ._.... WALK TO SCHOOLS

r- U (4J A - 26. h.i., PLUS :;;.. -::::....""'.': ..:-::: Ae Trod Hr>m..

7' n.I"! LARGE BEDROOMSF. 0. or Property 4 IR Brick Prowl Coloniolt New
J' r :jo 33.Aisooot3Pfi.mr plpb$30 10ShdSIMmIaO fuinHinf.Price .
Vr/ .. .. ,, _.- -....
$15.121 J6JX DOSES
JI IU I" JflJo J' : ':_: .::=; :: All "',. MOWPt AOO ,

.o .ili'eil' in' ofii POO in'i ro ID
J P..444, ol 0 ,50 joy tfiiMi A.. riAi ifTOU
- - 341eso .poomaOim P00405141 0.I' _It I JUST CAil DIIICTIOMJt Driye Weil" 16th A... Turn
41 7 4 31. r..dl# left an Jlih St. ., 39tH T.rrico.

Ur.of 1105 44 OIl
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_ I. ; Butler BrothersBUILDERS
11du1s.ll ," Drive Wilt ... 39th Aftnuo Pest Glenn
for HIT. 23 ....... /i ) 30.1.1.. Sf H..., 1..14_
Spring Intorioction. s.. Sign ott 14ff.

I Phone FR 20866.1S. I II I I.. A___ tt 6dl .tt.ill. DAILY ITI-'14J lIGHT 17 -t04ln


tot4.. 1.C551tt r 11.lA ASf9k3! t,11khn'4 to 10poC4b IfO7gUOSIMY 1HFIL&fw ,I 9 :: 1w -0kdbY4afOI5nOOng3_ r- -", -

ft5gUi4Sm.4 # El fid'l PZ5jTOI10 I IAMO ceo.moe SoDS A tKIP'JCl I I I o"4-

A 'V$ AlCIPPIb 14 %QuOgeCAyArcuI 8MIIO itt lAM $11.1i411fThI Itl W14KIHH do t Hl / IIT140't ROLt _

I 14 *Pt- 5'A5 'occ ii. Il AwAY 1M$1 % *1ST lsj C10'l'R.I I
4045? 50.0 407 t4 'to lI0. D'PfT _
I1tlxU- seA Z S0..o5 SjAj R3.i.O oASPrY $51 l'od, L0.UT I

( 0.ra! 'rl* loM P.O 'T'4 toIOOe"I' WIfNC 4 TO FPcI '71404'S '47.%, _f n."sii.1 UzN5!

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GointivilU Sun Sunday Novtmbtr 8,_ 1964

-- IS HOUIOI for Meimuiuel 42 Fermi > ........ 47 Homog for Rent F_. II w...,... ta IspWANTED I MM.! For Sole 7 Muilcal M.rh..dl.1"1C

IS H.._ for Sale 35 Hssuss Is. Solo If Hauioi lor Sole I I .
021110-S MOVING' ...ullloj .n' toibaoslilul. 0010" Sleos'j'AjjA flL'EOUOI lor 10010 Iooalod asArdntr USED OFFICE SAFE T V ...,,.. II ilngio' ilock, L.doubw .

BR nn.1t 'n' 0000115515 0piilo5lIPs. NEWBERRY J DR. La. 2171110' '" Area for only, II.ODI. .ALSO 4* 54. "trftcf lot 111055 who neck moo < .. kit, (III, ..
I 0100 down siod 040 oar "'.. urn I kllchen. Ll carport, nice DenlM w r"fI't. : 1ou':, I ocroi North ol Golneivllle, near ,,.prefer prlvocv Phone FR ....,. CALL FR 6-8269. _..V.. SIP I Avo.Wl tmdi c_.. ".
..... lulll InIt., lint ""'., 1-75 high beautiful woOds for
Call 122 .11. corner tot, very rienm-le orcert on COINS. WAN1EO WANT TO buy tote. model 044rOIrIgoea000'O. CAL
0<11. COII.ct _
or will II...... Plwne 47111111 O A ASKED wood lloon near .P. II. Verge ly I5MO. et wllh 1150 term. ALSO. 34ecro. 41 H.u... for Rent Unfurn.FOlPllENT All U... and foreign' illverdollori. .c.I."y. Hlgjk PIANOS" ail IM much *
end ": per 11<'" ALSO coIl
-1 2'
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MCKINNEY 4 acre trad lot II.001 per ocro, snl"bOR. proot saIl end 1051 WILSON'S' Oowitt"" ornm .direct I ra .
Ol PeredlM, .
FEATURES, I PP neer Medical School. ALSO t"locrel hell Pollen.IEIEI loctory onto' Uvo over G5C
GREEN MANY NTS Komi sin" conditioning FORDYCE tar o lolol ot SM5. Avail, con bo I IR, "houM Lorge STAMP COIN' SHOP III I E, M Itreet Phono PR H. Phono M Write p. c
I paint
tot, ..... -
beokcoMi, llriplace and able through J. W Klrkpetrkk.Agency US por me. Phone .. lOP W. Unlvonlly Aye.We Sos 75S O. | ..
DEATON Illuelrd In 31 N. Main, '11 .1404.II FR 4-3544 or FR 4-5141. ___ Isle Nods"iA Nii- ,
work room (drill* J Uwd Fumlturel WILL "roeohiloslMogop
.EALTOP.I NW lection. I Mock from J. IFlntty FUR II! FeaturesOpen ;;r iiiWiiti, ;;;; to a. I I .11 100,0,0 tsr rolnb In.funtl.Id Look Around Soy Your Houeo Pot Cllnon 52501 r0bkhi$ : l.; Sl of boo OOIn or -"ooo

school ot lOll NW Tin N" of Town, peved rd, ..e. revWenllal 'ICII. lop.POSOYCI 0cIdI 00 rOds .,. ..n''Ing II dloIV"o.WILLI.M ': PoymMtl el Wur
CREEKSIDE NW. PI", Call 174-1774 for ippt. with Oreo.li I 100(1155 INC.' .OSOCK '"0THEIIIm '! Ill:::plMo Irodi bock

Three I. 1 bath CB Home "ow_. Item.Eros A.W..of.. town 700 acrei en posed beautllul rd. w.RIALTORt u.hr. 3710021PIAMI ____ an or 552-1010. Ai'ctnio_ Hawthorne CANE Rd JUICE J13 5005 I.. Orgm Wilt,

Near' Ichool Well lo wall House rolling land, huge ....do Al mill, 71 conn ",. Delivered .. me bonO phil up ...
mony HOUSE I ER 150 MO. (4 Heuiekold Coadi 1 5 p15,5' Is '
cirpet Flreplice reeioifay GLADYS Mo.L iMcutlvo type home. Ipenlih In Iron, et U5000 ..". ckne to lOll' NW 15th .... I, Call 401-1171.' Tom laylor "w dsco. SAIl 5 PIANO CO.

priced Good financing'-11'' $$65 plred' orctiltecturolly Onioned" 4 .town could' be divided'. kilo log Call Fit 2-8873 O-rw--.b'i, .iZ, :-i'I;: :'. Hanthonns 1 W. bUt. .... 375.0031.CLOS .
Call l Iw appointment .
br t bitti 1400 ... n. wIth built- or KM ecro troco-I yeartlnan.AAAK'Y DANISH ..Inu' Ilv. no.uaf Out ..
191. lIproooladchoIr NI
jinn. SMITH tlro- I I ,". InC "mechlne $
dlthwainer cI.
in oven dlipoiil don Ireih paInt, bllcItooIlolliplod. 00.I I I 5111cr. utmost PM
H N Divenporl labIa 14 .
01010., 5011 condItion. Cons sei MOELLER REALTOR lee ill dey lolurdoyond 40LFhOfr55bO0l5lo
now locrlflco, SeOj
eauo. new
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 372-5393 : thIs home 'n P M lundoy, Nov. 'I. Hit W UnlutI." Ave, lune.,. 1415 NW' llth Rd.ON _PhoneJFR;J4734.APARTMENT W"nut.10105000 TV MSO LIllIon'. .
I R I both home M ..c.,. I I 7, ot 140. S. W. 54 PI." Go sOoth -- ills i gil rengo i I In t..I. MulC I
Three L &J 3 lJIIroaI1sGoross FR 4-4471 MAGNESIA SPRINUI RD.Hewtlwne. : 5,0,1. Itstnro. 31" .._______!II! I 0, "
ESTATE with l Irgimlly [ ..
lent Northeoit' neighborhoodLirge '' COUNTRY e on $.W. 13th St. U Melon' OarINDIVIDUALITY I IR MOMS to good _d''". Moke o"tr. ,
lot with beautiful matureinrunbery. '' comfort ll. lid''''.. 4505 RANCH : 600 Acres reopenilblo II! Plot 'or. Plan'. PS, 45501 BLUE Lutlro not 501 prlasoal pats
Phono 401 >
Home lowly decorId I I M tl ol living. potTy I beught 5 cinnoOlOl ol soil "but leivei pill KH sod

.. ), N' >.* ringi ..d ritrlgerelorIncluded 14..r Icnooliblo And gulllly in .... koynotiu of 10 mllei OUnMvllle-Oood pnlureFenced tN N W -I-Itip; W t-iTUllr conditioner owl I tolly Rent lloctric onompooer SIMcDonlell A
In purcheie polls 01 I" lor two 110,0,0.Won. Hill 4 br I bllh homo tailoring HOUM 4 bulldlngi toll onto dining' no,., lemlly rm, polio Furniture' Co, Celrmvllle tomotiy
111.000 lew down Pivm.nl el 0...... won" .11... walnut panillng, brick llrwlace' en Acre Clou to ....P. center ochooli, moi. No equity, 1.1.51 0? piymenli Shopp'nej (Slit...
with Plvmentl ol Will 1I..e.. & corporti plenty ol clout ...... 1110 egIt m.I'" Kitchen equip" 3711457FOR Phono 17M340 SlIt 3 -

17100 1400 FHA per month 'Including' Urn Hili. Ploitarad walit Sold unlqui lloor plan, CollFordyce GLADYS SMITH Iholtorm. RENT PM only.CLEAN STiNGERAUTO 71 TRUCKS FOR S"'L

and Iniunnci. I Formica coblnati 174-1334. w. U.lut"lI I IR I bathi, centil toolIng 0504 roltlosnoloru' for. y-CHlvTciLTf '
LUXURIOUS W.IIII CHARMAnd ..... .110 510000. tn,000nO I Ouch005 ZIG ZAG 'U Ion olck-7'
Will carpetingCuitom '. Buill-it kitchoroTerrozzo convenience' You'll love Otis tbr 8Va Acres rteor IdlewildKhool sod air, .-iII..I.'. ThIS' homill 10PA15' WO'K OH ALL ..- ... ,"

GOOD INVESTMENTA Staten i floor Calonlil, wllh ,''.. lep. DR o, FR 20328. ready tor Immediate occupancy MAUl. Cull '1115001.LARGE Roool.od dl.... '7' "n.. .e"... .
eimw property illuited Ml I lUnlv Double garegain Both LR with Wllllimiburg IIr..'.... Rent mil" homo In NW Real nlrg No altichmenll "7'. ,... T..
.... with bill It. lronto dining. room. I vonltioi wool Imported will to bail cor- 1'* ACRIII tociilon tar 1140 per "' Loanovilloble GE Rang., excel con ed, Perton with good C'o' .

140 II. In depth Cell '* PInion Khool I All city" utilities, pots, 1100 ... n beoutltul Imd.Hoping. mlln Weil ol Oiineivllle. High II ....1_. Act now dition. $50. Ph. 3769932. up piy. ol S4 .... 0 bil- 'I i "I C K ""

1 Hi; for ill. particular mat 1344 H feet I Sidewalk. CPU Fordyce 3711134.FORDYCE : and dry. S7MO Including "IV"'. Phone 1711511 Arnold Reelty Co. once ol |J4. Write Jimmy Crop raIsIng' COMI'on.' 5250.
Mat bo .
toil N W. 14ttl Avenut.Service wirtrebe; rollewiy: and by Gen. Del. Gilnnvlm. luolno as
"". Moo down md set p>,. "'0. Re- tIll W Unlv. Ave. OM A., n, ,. tJ I n.
r ,
11 venltlin blind.. ..
ASSOCIATES ",/c'od" 1150 ... ft.i Lor.. two bedroom unturnlihodColl double bed I .'
ll our MoltoImill and eernlcei light llmuret, get
J. Fred Guy Jovne ulierwerlhCol. W. n... .", .11 n..... $1 11250$12.550Ash i ERNEST TEW RIALTY7W4 000,00 If 110 oar 51,1510' Cbs, 'In. n..,... P11010 FR e-7114. REPOSSESSED Zlg .log SewingMechlni. n WANTED
J. W Dolls H. I. Wlllihln down piymentiLargl NW I3lh St Phow FR44441 Unlvenlty Realty, 3714151. O''CO' mates but.tonholei. TUCKS
Multiple' Lilting, down, I .ISOC'.TlI, 'lOIC.0n000 KI- iw21..:Tt. upright Ireeler iowi. on button. ondblind .
horns IUI
PHA llnmclng mdMortgig. about ou, "*0,10025.Your 'or.Vr. InallorP142. -257 ACRES- 5120 NI Otto 5t, ..T. Hoots, Il's |I75, lull lilt 0). E. range h.", .. etc. I piymenll olM -NEEDED-

loom, I Mon.V Suck Oil... IOTATI CONSULTANTS baIts, tooled y.r0. 1171 ..... sot IM, corner arrangement tupnolitered .50. Guaranteed. George LfeInning
InvestmentCompleti i Dick Pool Proincn Hough Located NW' at Oolnoivllle' Planted 1'oot$. ...... cliolri, totes end Mochlm Co Phone 1744111 1 frocks .ne II'0C15. "t onorg
Lend to Sorih Oouldon Morvoy Iraton p'n' ,. on 131 SIns In lei., Call ".OOI'!. limp I7S, double bed 150. will I yo-g. lId pullIng' soPhoCstntrslpILp.rnn.ntnol045
CP 0' .y.I..t. 0 C. Gop Dudliy Oiulornit bank wllh innuol paymonti ol IV Sock S5 belhlnolte' Pormlco 'rl.... ,lIng .
}tellII1)VttlpllfJIl RHI Islets FOP RENT OR SALE, 1 BR Flo.rm .

Iovlet.GLADYS. \\$100$l cash VA W. Unly. 314-1134 Oldtsrlrnor.In woodl. Pretty yeort homeille lit For. ecru Priced do- ......,.. living-dining Repainted' CCI comb, ,liki. kit prlvrlegM I lop lundev coflee marnlng tible" SI.or Con week bo Sang loin, MUST GO "I wrokln'' call ttnmloot, moos...

ol Hoi ocro.
Co. only per Phono en SW list, It Of Cull 371-1037. len P 10 I P N. yr
4011811NFUP.N. Mo.v
SMITHRealtor PARRISHPRESENTS t.lI. .. ." WIntor .
Hove lures mahogmy dinIng ;;:; Ol" .. I
/ 1 IR Irons houie KM 5Complete
kM W. IMSIMCT University Realty room oulte, 1 Maple bed, 1
NW bIb. Avo AvilloMa' D... tnd.MO .
Four Bidroomi sod Tw. 171.SMI: P1010 111) N. MoltS, II. Pit, 1714351 per ..... Phono 171-tlft i OIK Simmons oorlngi end mittroil II Mo'tecl":
PKorn ZCoopii.
..th.. 1911 NW. I7lhI \n W Unlvirilty w. I.\Mu.ot. 1551107APPIX. tsr M... KII. OIl .11" I:. ,,1,1..7J.1tl. Ptiono 3747057.li Rom, .

.1 I,.. Built 1964. Small $$35 J J cash f FAHUGH A 4 ACRES 0011 wooded IED m.It"nllewiy... 131.w-good Imlll" Inneriprlng 4driwor FURNITURE t APPLIANCES IAII'FIC'' 'I IWL.OfO,
Pricid far ATTRACTIVE 4-bodroom I bull 15.51, "boIldIno .11. hoar lantiAppronlmltily 1030 NW 55th St I IR hams In DUE TO FAMILY' DIFFICULTIES .
Dow Poyment. homo, control hiotlng und ilrconditioning. PS 1cnooI. .22110. Cull LaosioorI.slly Will PInto 1351 down and 171por cheot. tt I MUST liT MY FURNITURE .rud tawn tr0055t51folboo Call
Quick Sold.Twg Good corn, IDe.II. 171-1131. mo. or will rant lor US par lUll NW lilt Tor.ELEC. GO TO SOME RESPONSIBLE !&., 5rtnr5PM'

Choico lollfrontine ... noir Howird Blihop' Iclwol. II beeulllul _,to. Phono FR 10551 Itove. I15 hill top nationwg FAMILY WHO II WILLING' TO
ocroi CornS, IIS" Smill 111 Clhritar SAVE MY CREDIT t ASSUME M AUTOM08III
on lit* Strut LARGE FAMILY, Ml thl homo, 4 ly wooded creek running thruproperty. CONVENIENT NW LOCATION eland.link.tubing, 111, "AYMNT ON THIS BEAUTI REPAIRS''

sod Drd 'n.... LookIng bod'...... I bothb Inmlly mom, Inline city Mm I III I IR 1 both homo Inn II2S ..... Phono PPJ e-1413. GIOU". '
Ith Ave ontemlon "I.
north by -
for apartment locolionr OttlIdlIotI tt..pI. 50 on CALL 376-3848 SIMMONS mntlreilond In Iho living r thr-ri !I. SI 'UIHTUllIO eo NOW
boiull'lully on sooth by Old Hole double" bed
Look of Ihoio! H. The Powoll I BR, 1 Vikoth EDWARDS living'yard.UXCLLINT room. lindtcipod Rood N. 14 City, wiior und TIres bod'..... I bath ,ror OChoo' boo iprlngi' w headboord PC toto-Md.. .hll lulloi,. I ft. 'Mil t .WIS tOOlr01ttorfo00 _.
I sod OaSis with OWUI
hem that would on fendInvoilminl ewege available Unutually good 111. Tn,.. btdnooimn. S b.'h' 511 1 Like n.... US Inlnnfl cor bod, m..nl. NlOTOII CO.
(loon N
eek corporl. matching cocktill tibll" ( 10010
termii cull Inn 5.10115.TOM ivilloble Dec. I. Two bedroom Ilk. new IS 174-0151 I".u' I.
proporty I.- control heel, full brick asa northoiit location, U. GREENE RealtorFR Lake. 7S with Morgollto 'toes), I m'll
Orange | :
INC. mil t bodroom, tl.pvlng. porch 10 CU PT orotor lompi with :.. ;
cludod.Thill.. ISM 4-3311 Call ALACHUA REALTY AJSOCI- :
pigs weodod lot. homo pricod to toll with .tow lows UPRIGHT' P011211Unccedil100lOllp ihidoi, I >.li .
end many goon* sos NW. 14th '1. 14000. 2909 NE 15th St. piymMl und Immidlili icciipin.modern IoriO I ACREI Attractive Homolite TIS 3711244 Ouirmler-d' < II,. lamp bo.utg, pins I ;. IONI .. ..1.1",

evoilobli.. $SOO down, $16.4 ,.. .,. vi mllo Wilt ., city llmlti I Iff 3741717t 1 7' Por. TV & StandThe .1.. 0" .WYnN,. quam o tro.
376-7971 oil of poved rood Dry p I In. 49 Poems ,.. RentNItr"oulEf doll
JACK llv., turn., Roien- I
...lonth.Toko SLACK ACSI*. Tradillotlal I bed.Coo. wOOd.. 11,100 on acts with lermlClll rilrlg' rm bo.'. lll. ll Diniko IonI '"
Rogiiterdd BrokerI2S .. I boll Stwns with mil gold pattI, ten coucl deilgn, hn o 1,. ... drouir with
I lteIoeroom Dick Roblnion RALPH room In prPlwno ...1.r .
NW. Ulh Jlroit sopanais dInIng roo", I..... I POSSE Y. Ruellor. II W. homu, orohI ar 535 moolhly. complete, pit, tItUS105crltIcu. ISO tilling' "'Iror. chnt on Chest I Aulo-ob, for 5.1.
371-2511 LITTLEWOOO AREA t IR lIp moos, with 1I".loc.. besly" Ave. 174-1151 Men -r tstl NI 5100 Al,: moving In I ,.... Phono FRollll ft dbl. bookciH btd with Hiding' .
your cheice of ever ATHI. IOSO to,. It Central hoot, built In kitchen. "Ceilriihut. 43101IS I o>. ISO ir FR "1'1' liter ponol toe your clock' rldlo.' For 'So PV12 >.D1I-

90 beautiful brick built.In tllchen newly decorated 20 Beautiful unl"j' I PAA. __ mo kldi brdrm' 'n.r li s biou.Illul Oo n.I."'om.hl..
"'.. downitolrl' 1.
corner.Duomerm ,
poe I
wollcind for Kt ol booNIre. ..
hornet In SlId out Price' reduced lot 39" 81'"n. .
Kmaiborry quick ..,.. Call 171MI3. :3441 NW INIX"INIIVI. 0 .bedroom "Iwo." It MI. Cut! 4)1 ell,. About t hooter. drum lideautymt GE RANGE .. Ills dnl.. rm hn o 'Igi, _M.I'.... 57170200O'o
NEW 13th .... I. good coatdlllon 101104 lA-I woodlind" lovHrol PKI4 tn,.. 700 I m.II..%.. Close In Good condition .... Clll 30.M ,..I l I..t t I loompoddid vi XII-
Idril, ,Ion homo "builnoio., I It. highway. .ron,.... Only' 17,000 belt, part ol dry 311 NI' :3rd II. 37"5 otter S'30 P M.EAIY chairs The kiicnin lioqpt. E 01011011 t condition' eljin' ,7

$9,000 to $30,000 ton quick sal. 0505 room sIll 5010011 bod.'oo EQUIPMENT' tint quality with! 34" rongo In glooming broo. (honor must HII. sod
MODELS $275 DOWN NEW" LISTIN9 Almoil slew 1 bod- "dnow. ..,..,... both 500111115.. ton blthlnolte' cirrlogo Itrollerplay wIlts tlnlih with ovon & Phss
room I bollt ctntrolly h.".. Anglo, 5,01! lOot, Man. FR 1714l.7. chair, gati, ilerlllier, mlicS4517M743. roll-out _'.11. plul I llorigldriwrni iI
Ins ,-condlllon'" "homo on C. L. Anglo ',....r.O. AdmIral rrlrlg 'Odr'
Now Open low Quilt _..'.1" Coons osom. wln' Li
eo eg i Anglo, AiKCloll .
I I brdroom moionry home with 'lorgo in i MO lot In Wlmtorly' oi Cross-lop Irooior, "milt ..._,
Dolly 10.' Downon oak lloor car port and lanced I....". lull' !.In kltchon unlti, ff9f,531JIth.St. PIt _V -tm Gal tool 1 llneni' turn, Use moldludent. I T-A-G ;PLANr .,1'0' i .n.v., In doori _.. __Ped- to HII. PIlots PC 1.3'7.
No Monty phone retrlg Weekly ..... .
Villogl Gross bock yard ONLY 1211 dowNOCLOllNOCOini H". P110.5 27fo1S71. mlrl upright' tro In excelcond Iota CHIVIIOL-I I CVI., Slond:
lot UNIVERSITY ACRE!. Now "..t. 4] eo,..... PropirtyrfOVI 4t Rotrlgarelorl I Ui Onto coil 11147 Auumipmti I 000111 ci eon.n
ColMlol. md CMtompororyityloii your lIds mtrlclod lubdlvlilon of ocrololl. lOOM IN PPIVATI HOMU for 0 PJana.1 from I up U ",k. with ni monoy down rlon.woll,t 5500110Illn5i.AIbra

RrliK' aIlS Hock.I i bodroom cencrite block' homo Fovod tlropll. Iniloo loll 01,. 101. PosInoss man "m"uro mail 1 Wavnort ton, ur on pnwe55sme&soly lInkIng "''.'''0'"'. 'it
lull ono ..., old I mils IromOolnotvlllo ",Iv.'. entrance oHllre Dryerl Irom IM up H. 11
bodnomb I bomi 1'10. co nnams "'SO. 0010140 clIp I urn botpre.led Ito un Tsr. nttr '."'.
,,,,,", ....... An e-coptlonol "buy ll.nltu, thUs lOG CITY TAX I S. al lots .1 lI-I .nr'Irks."C'i31'1m ; ,l pork I... Phone FR 45140ioOMT I PotS 'ro.ll tram .orI all lu.d.v .3
Monthly $
peymintlos it in.soo ,. Ol.h..h" tom
All CIty convMloncn Hid rv- i POP-MIH cloen, clow' .In, 10 S' "
-- I
TV nets tram 6tHIIVILE"ATOGA
ICM.tiiutlluMy. little as 4 bodroom, 1 bath older t story M.M.PARRISH IN sleorn ....t. 000,5. H"lc. 00000frIars. VO" A .IIANl'1'JI" .
tindKipod.Compltloly hone In NE OiliwivllleONLYIII Now CCS t bodroom ono bllh. l0500lItbit.. 121 NI lnd OIl I 4.-S Plo .,. Ask lot Long'i furnfturt In ttorcgt 501r5tlc' '. 01100. wIll' .k. trod.
now doilgnl. lot $56.00 000 wilh 11,100 DOWN homo I ow down poymtnt Loci: II "n... 374-1413. OW I. i'i In, "O Order, .
ailnnvllll oroi. I Id N.'. 0511' 'or. iiATI-INTii. I.f".or CLEARANCE SAl I "NATIONALFurniture .
,,,, both,
Saveral loomis ...dy moC.y 'ull"?. ( ns. Moving' ) loon to n.", location, minv .00001 V. ".Io 00500. ...
North on NI. toll Itml loN Raw DUPLCX-I bedroom opirtmmtlLOVILY sold ..,.In.. Isolrosa Homo marked down to reduce looo f. ."..,...
E Mth Avonul Turn for Immidiote occupmey. with a nollOly ,1,00011. 01 517*. "V' mon or Oradllalustlld.lt I. 15001. Itock. N.erly Nu furniture. 211tlWStlo I!I blo' 5.1 w..n"ly. .
runtTolophono., 105511 for 111.400." ASSOCIATE. INC. _____ nlgnlo4-MI5 ," -- 10111 hto,. .".. I PM. ISII N'7'n Ave. Phono FR O4t 7. Warehouse Slttr cull 37431,4. 15
171-7171 H. Woyno Hill Hilon Omtam "'ffioll-I.I-! If.QU'IT 3622 BEACH BLVD.
THE JAMES CO. I bedroom I bull mionry .. Pooley Mary Potrloh I t I bHIroomi, IE Klh It t DINETTE oil |]5i Retrlg S>SlCh.il JACKSONVILLE FLA. : 1152 VOLKSWAGeN OEi .
.home lull. oullldo ol thl fv'l PInt ItreetAILASI 751 7A Tin .... tmlll down poymont, room lot rent kitchenette, dIOXIn, OS, Couch andchair i I OAN, radIo, WW,
fOI Weld Rd.Phono .. City Llmltl. Central' heel lorgecrienod gii heat end llneni turnllhod o Melroil, liter 359-2561 mlla's. LII. '50, wIll :,
rOl1l<< 'E.ICl hOMES monthly ooympnll 157 to MSAm 'I"'. entrance. Men 11. .7101 Inads In '. ,.,.
I 372-2517 In pitlo with eunkenIlinpool : hoots built on your lot sod 111.<0, WMkly' Phono 171154S.NICI only. my Sun _ Corn Silly I I, let t 4, Sun. I." -
and hell beaulllul- 151
tvoningl, 1726441luilderi ten wIth no down povmtnt, Ph. I OLDSMOIILI Dynamic' N
It. l I 'ly landKlpod lot. LESS THAN .. ..".. QUIET' ROOM In nice' 70 Buiti-Motine [,ui>. s.T'i'ir-pj./r/5114.
ofKingtberry snout, A T TBy homo ton mu broil I dent.r bull.neu : ... I I ;

I Homai JOHN 43-1 COLORID RENTAL ...'_. Inner iprlngt' mil'Phong PRICES ld'bout 01111, stelto wh.1 ;, JSSSSJ-1'' to.. .,_ 'In'.

0n505 '". undfrwll molt O00tl0.' 'nll. 11
376-6046 yerbod.ENDRIX br'l mob.' tcoo'' I f7" ,I '43 DODGE DART?
MERRILLRealtor NOW RENTING Troll., Pk 0011500.0.5 0
G.Is.nilh.ua.woI and ...., COLORED ultri modirn 1 M doe PURNlSHEO ROOMS IVk blocki FURNITURE CO. OF FACTORY WARRANTY
( Demand ) plot) ipirtmontl, lam.. 'living' aol Iron compui. ng |w III AM.CHI ..... FTC SALI Air 101051 bo" II LIP,.
luiurious kuildma .... ; Nw '' it JMh 51.USID .' 1S moSt *".. """".
apartment > dining model kllrhon with 371ITN Mile iludmti only, C..lnon' motor. C.II PC .313.II' PS ,
t... area .tw500 0100t0. terrs. DUO THERliTir ttsol.an. 11..f. I ,1. .
;1 LAKESHORE MULTIPLE LISTING Hugh t4wirdi, Inc. hn roturnod .. Hoorl, till ", In., OJKI hoot """c. lownotoins' ...... cl... lot. In good condition ClIt bo H CHoiciTr siog -
[ ,
PHONI PR 11414 or ind not wolor hoitor IKIII Conbrod lout. .11...,,,, pohlns. 1301 NW lIlt I'. .. L4PSTSAKIWIIh '55 "'E.CUIV'I
to NortmviM SiinKvllll.WITH
10 H' IVI.ru..
.. 0015.105 tornlohod $21 'I SItSP1.
ASSOCIATES'JWK tilt tar w hlna mrhlno' indpovod PONTIAC
; ". P1 1-2052. 'i i5 otco. I r"'o" PInS toe open ... '
TOWERS H uncoilo PsndlWII ... .. Soo a N. tAlhTor 1 ...,.... I". Nor"ot CoIl 372-7737. IS.SI WAGON
Iucb10010050 or loll tar oppomlmmt' 377- CADILLAC
All trick fronnRtal .... .. ..., LARGE alngl room for working I nsil.rsi on. "1 Wldn 5.0 '5ICNIVROLET
14 M. 'Bltj' F.ihffrmMT' 5 no
: mm weekly" snaIl oervlco' u eol '
NOW LEASING I plotter' walliTorro110 refrigerator III NE tnd .... St aroooiolabloo' .. boot, t '54 CHEVROLET
tloon 44 COif.... far lnfcoltigo 01111,1, 3IJ 1150 0' 1721001 6 Aoliqoais 3 w-ti". quipped with itiwrinnwhwl Good 51 Chevrolet Wrecker,
I : & u.'' IllS nw. niy" 1MM USD treoe up or down. ,
Formica, cabingti .. M SHOP
P55150 Ida Sosh t3N VBI.im
NWEL DECORATED 4 loots OLo-o'o''r'- -
I Sodded lawni 50 Mobile Homos uo. .. n..._ I ml. I. It.rke on Hwy log
In WIld Com,'''''' o. 'ncl" 'rl. I
372-8404 S Air condition, ng turn Includn' wltor 140 per mo. rlIDdb'ilM lnilo.. no ..,. sod tingle lorn. C..Avo. '50tlm5 I 1141 CHEVROLET. Impili 4DoorIMon .
.1.15ANTIOUING 5r0011.t ntlms.
lultobli ton rotlrod ir youngcouplo C.I Tommy Fully equipped. air"
IP LOOKING lor a homo not Conloct NI... Gogo G,..... ..!!yohiIdrn. Phons tOO 21033 MADE EASY I YnrnlinlyF122lO 51110005. T.r''". CII. c.
lull S houwj conildor Florida I
or, plum 4711114.FURNTSHE Martin Smlori' Provincial' color, 37.17.
Park with III ", ... advantagm $16,350 $18,075 SI Mm. RentiliIKAILER 71
three booroomi, two batht, llvIng 0, 1 ER glen, kill' now. It Clockl' Hardwire CimpHuntFuh"yylod 'II P053 Orrestilul I gisat, 5d0 .
3 and 4 Bedroom Modill : W. Unlv.' AVI. Dill' 05.00$ ml.
room llroplaca, dining room Would HM lbs to coro to, mini SPACE a.2 ""," >,ri4 cTrblnd I :
.' wT l ::1.hlvi WO duoS In i :
pinelled' lludy two car 'e ;
garage chIld }7C1 IW Arcnir P.d litmi POR RENT I tt coolS IM Sooo ,
cenlral I hoot, hail landKlpKground : I.ctl. ? worm tUOOi will loll:
KM MONTHNewberry ,
6' Mm. Par 5.1.II" I. lOll Tor. 31'1031. '150 1711534 alt
with almoil '
on acre I roller Per. '.

ol lend Clll tar in appoInt.ototlgu.othisaos. $$100 l cash VA 4S Forslsisad Aps.. .'W""V. PI. TV 110 li'Fw5lO"Vil'tl'I iG"io'.>..dbl,, v'If I :50 a -

LOCATED M Plank .c,.., Mill iTiti di -OOS-NI C' motor, lb HP, 110 rib Not' I v,. old AbMliilo' n>wcond 'gfC\. union
ml. 5 loA Waited To Rent Im. W.IOO.
11100510 lotnI h.. mony Serial.Ilt ,. lOIn If. III .'. "bios: 3514 NW' 0" .. 111) toll '71. 374- I'l Sorvlcotil $1411.0 171
mo. watsr
I 0010,00 such Slraplals" 3141011 I
as SIlo pm.
00,1,51 tool. lone' 00,00r lot PPOM$15B IloItto torn. Pnon'o 174-5114. FOR1 UMTCfRSITY; ; >rofeW'wllhI I.iAN I oin' II

and two car sonoso. Con.on.ntIt / ,.. chll...., 10 4 II '". old Fur.nlined -O 0< OLDSMOOILI.1514.PI.
5 I IEDROOAA lurnlthed' ." .. 72 f"ca Iotu'pmoooPN1itGtistoins.ryour r
KIIoo''. SOd uldoetIo.. colt.tor. hellos I IR Galimvllla I condllion UOO ",
n0000colcla Adolts P110
Pnlood SI boa 11150 024,, '1I1.ml.' sely .r.a. up to SIM per '... Phone lite IJSO Phone 31.30.i 1 Attor M PM Mil P*

.'AURY FEATURES lMU.Uk 000LUOUPIOUS. $l cash f FASaissono A 171.7221. )NE Is,' itind 2*" Columbia CHRISTMAI CARDS III"?. .

bod'..... end llrge I.iilir,.. up?. PrOtsr 001.1coop1 CHRISTIAN" Yo Ir iId ir.i bicycle' red wIth while plain' or Imp" .'.... oiiortiidor 01 COIMOiiCu

Swimminf Peel Ricriotlon Ream living" room eating ipico, In bit.cton ..... no Phono palo PR or 4>45I1 ChIldrsts. '71pt. place to Itay two nlghli aach i Irlm S37 50. Phone_ PSl05l.. lllkl S.c the WIKIIM' ot ii6i" ,,,,,,,. hc."...
Airn el Plcnie G....... I Control Hoot busIly roasn. glaamln5, went Hammond Organ Iepn.gos.talloa NOW YOU Oslo onIon e.k"" with I PARKER'S 50,1511150.. lost .'','. Coil
hordwood Hoorl' Comlort 0 b 11. fu i SHIO'Om! : 00 P11145105. II.."... I.J7'
Complrtl .
Control Air C...... I Laundry FacilitIes P1,.....5 living, In o oulet NW' .0 model hsmS" sotr'flop tar I. mals on'y.' Al", C.'tloncon.1 .... WOIlS 505 w. ,..I..IVIII.lun I' ej 0111.. Pull, sits, FREE GAl with SINGE our. u"I' LP lIt W Unlv Alt OHIco Outlltlorf 37115SS '''555.'SSSAMSLES_ _-

St..... Leckeri I Gorbogi Drop Chats area and roaionably pricodnew .t S-I '."'. .... tooatltng. ullll", loIn.Otohold 50,1.1'S 14100 comploll. I1J down, I C.C, 4.Sn. IOU-I
111.100.IIV.tAL P00115 Fl 05433 PSI'll I' GAS SolO T h'"Ti" i'S C. uI-cootdlllelea" 175th.mloa.
Paved Parking Anal S Lighted Sidewalki 50' two moottlil.PROPANE .ul. .
HOUIII soaltabls' wIll w. a SitS buildIng OIl bo.u.llul. 17). "g f oid" .n 31000oIl.
52 ...,..... Winted I .
9 Itanetomn PIll 5100011 llnano: ,dots In Wsllsnorlaooh. ,, LPGS IIfGlf" P00 'ALI. CALL ,, 5 AM I P.
.t..t''w : 37..1.
EFFICIENCY' there both,
ivollaMo I everything '" ARCHER -
Ins poymonlt -
and monlhly' paymenti. I II luppUed' ..... go 51200m.rsk.sts4oreretO.Ph505 IIO.c;; ; 3bi'h ;07lob P* 4-5111 i '6) OLDS JETfIREHlgheit
PHONE 376-4456 HUGHEDWARDS lO'mon'. 40.40. oc'or I i ToN typewriter, ,
lot. tIrool Ion susoasop 01005.IcO _17104llAFjrEP.g ".11II _ONLY.I ....... 17.101 clown, 511. .o1'1 1'1 ONI ADMuLo, 'leh., 513o COIl en .'l. ISO 55713 Otter IllS SUns NW' 4lh A..
20 ." 0 Good condition. Clll 3714730
FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT I III.-'M.-' m. hit Chen: ,0lOVCI I ( IS 371-0741 between I and t o "'. er 5PM .1 toad 01"0. P510. 01011,5 Pod.

14 Hour Service JawsKIRKPATRICK bom no pall. Adulti only." Ill n"LTOII MATTRESl I match. .o.c" IK'le at ..,1.

SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY I .IW_led.,!!..I5jper month. 125--W. Unlv. 174-1114 I NEW Ills boo OIL wringS I nil 4- 7) Muncil? ichmdie I ,_ K'"o. llnonclng InmlOl5.
INC. ONE IR ipl. cloM In. Hodocor- chnt, llttSl I/led od ''' J.
2JOS S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWT. 441 lied Middle eged women orcouplo f 'RTlTl'0tiK00dbtS"
..." I NI,. olas, rooms Prloats tlcono CoIl iprlngi W I HI- loif 6RANC "PRX PONTIAC
JI N. MaIn II. ;r10001A550Cl355t ,. t.... 1927 NW 39th Dr. chIldren prelli or ..015... onollto P0000 bIt P5, Is 5.? an U1 SW Ind Pt COX WAREHOUSE 4111SS1 I yr old mytlmeColl "'IC.. 150.Clll port! coupo hilly' oojulpordi, ci|

Bros. Mole, It FR Mr. Ronti, m 11411: unlvori.ty
Butler 1In. or 500 tI n. .W Sod Aot 401 I .W-- -
BUILDERSBulldoiing Plots Mithliun Irene Hun.'" 3 6.7971 Cloy ._.
53 Otiice-Doik _
Spice U'.l-
Copt A. w. Roece, U'''. Ret I i :OS'----'II.I.: ; :. I IR private CANS"JUKI ""' iftO-
LoU, 01401.04" 505 Orlffln apartment Acroil top ....,. Al 75 rent! ..,. Delivered II. 47MW1, Nrwhorry, PLYMOUTH 4-. itrilonlItlc
nw'ZI.11'"iI'UUnd, ''loor mi *, ., ..,
tow ovtrotlo
-- refrlg' Plreetece' ,coos cloMtt 051-2075 loylor, H- lor htlomotbso.ILV1ITOhS ..
,... 0110II elf ilrrel perking Sign, prlyill.ogei. ... 1450. CHI PR oltirPM.
I hot and cold' water tu 301, NawthorneVACUUM 135
Rail Mite IxKingei1purchaio
17 I ilreet anrking 'Married ceupninlyNO toe.... on corner lot too $ 0560.;'nsa, sldN.oo > _____
> ISO" ot illS NW 4th St Phone CLEANER, wHeel choir.CrutcKel Nsw' Cull I
1. ,
SERVICESHome ,-em rtr't ;;;]Ih.i'.I'trM _- owner FR 4-1514 or FR 4-ing. bnnklail Oltl. -.ll 1112. ItU FORD, na- nwdod Tado
tnaon P51010 boSch In Ocsancldo II lot w 111I. 'living --- Slop lei' tebUO teMelond UP poymonti |.1| sop montnPhono .
CIIII 10' m000l.' Might 00005101? room, kitchen dinette. ond. belh SECURITY EUltOINO i chllri old. v.,... record KAY ELECTRIC GUITAR Solar I PM. PR | 545hMtor.
I I ). lift Carney, m M.Harding. No dog OOrOSt". SOS ... 174. I 1105 W. unlvorilly Ave Fire Clan, !, cnlne end glewwere, sOd "k.up. cow 50,10055,
'''-'dO.' Colll. I bat 1144 NW diet A... ll thl Oltlco' Saeco Air cond, eievo.tor mmy old tlmry thlngi.Iklnnofl II. .Coo : '0110 ,.s V.,. AT. 515. ...
KEYSTONE'woi- corner ol NW 13th ItIR tit iltant perking Jenifer Treoiun Chill C. I'' 5100. _
Loss never levllrength. ,! orvlce ovilloblo CHI FR 44404or PalnOloli. ORGAN otto, I P .
LIII' Nub scm .lSnno lot aol dupleiT hi SPINE 17./if2
And BusinessAuto I Hgtill end wller FR tMH.DOWNTOWN W. buV. II. iplnet argon
"NasIOO 600,05 haS sot so'nwtl sot nllhed' US per mo. Couple' ..I,. 1.II 3'113 ReHime boimcoi down loll CHIVIOLIT Omoul. 55Coon.
"we, ore hoping' to slant no children or ...... Celt FR, a5114 "' ENTIRE" SUITE KODAK ""0neTOtW eute. teed '.m pay .. 250 H". S so
avollablo. II.I .
ce> Ono or "' cemeriond
erne energetic couple whp ireocouilnlod __________ ond OIl'OL'' COOaitt.oII the oasl.tnao. Sips' now
I Reeionoblo. tot w. UtI... .... or Iteodllghto In port I 00cold. I
wllh Nm EnglendCountry NEWLY' DECORATED. APIS. Cot- call m-1151 A. 0. Ken. ."Al 4PM.I 1.0... C'o yr. I"'H'. oVlls. Slack !
I Remodeling lido, to carry on ourone Moo _Osandiasti,to witlkowl JI.01 "ol. 11 ./31.I' .
trsdiliostt' Would" tnuds eqsliV' children' preferred (.00 Nra.born OPPIC5 IPACI AVAIIAILSDcwlttioq. TON. Yorh Air Conditioner 'h -- 3113
tar onald l.ho.ploct., or _. C..lrol hoot 5 AC. NEW AND USED PIANOI .... '".
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SMALL !Iu" ms 1 t'
kMMttr. an2 HI
nil din, lime rock,dumpirvcki Tap DO YOU HIED FwrWo '..... e.. uoefhloh-wap" 000ctoqs ,In .an.oal orjlTt : SIS 5.0 005. CIII L_".. "OIty, lot."u. m May.COt 11 I i Try wl before you buy 0017Plotlosuetorlsllt. hcP'I"'V.' glao
loll. Phono Vlfu- .,. room. mare room root woril. leO CASH carryi |>I'0PKlel I APfS. _3J' I51I or 177X43 .n'l eellSictuilve "I 0001.' .
or oconos a 050roltia 0000 $01051 MAOICI Owner! The 150 MO. 31'10'3 ...1 for CALL m.5111t'NI".L.

For o free Nil"'.... 4 guaron T R. Mirtlni Keyitone Holghn.' Mlcanoov ..cn..... 4M MlMO.ILt 54 lunnoti Rinloli USED Adding aiKlUM, C-lculator | Seeburg organ
Mortgage Broker lund won phono Cor C. I InIes lIla,.. Perfect tot ", Caineiv-iie MUIIC Center I A 4 ,
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HOME I ER. tec. In mo.It i Oent Phone FR 4-4044. 1031 W Ur.v. Ave.171S41I _" ,-
"woton' in OM. !
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31 Real litotg Wanted on. 10050 05. ball I 5500. 5 Coil KM M m.5W7.CRANE .
NUN 1061 NlIIN" 511.55011 pnl. 37' 1711I from I I DAN BYRO One rxn.-ru.HI % .". DIAMONDRINOiPortoct

504 Son ctnf letananl. Turns to Roofing) WONTED' TU SAY I0JM U44NCW NI It P M. 3768268WAREHflulE I none. C..o. Cll-.. I
... WH07I. I
.. I. .nk.
boll ; "
I 55 I 0i505 I. NW stos ..: 2 < 'hi. compWMy r
.UV 10lLO "NANCI R-ru--: W'I" 500 123". C. ..... .'ioA5peAs. etodSiud' lilt IW' till AvoFEMALE PC, $10514 *WAII.HOUUI .Mr. thorrod

Call C. L. HA loIomItllOo0.. 10001100. I So. 5 II I dolly II colt allot. coil .501100 -110 500005.. F 0 W DEEP-WELL PUMP }

Dunn Bvd Ph. 376.3875 Controcler 435 at PS 1552. I I 310004. Wlltl ,_. In good
,.. oil c
your roofine OaSIS end ro '" "' MOO ... h. In Hugh LINCOLN-MERCURY
40 luuniti Prepirtiel ..,. Ii
PUS aol OOt050thaoal II Mown pair, cull M ..,tI_ ROOMMATE Edwerdi InduitrlM C..... lorremMietredo 17 SII _
current "'''. lermi to My !! 0504tSnOmnIIC ipt Ul Ptrmo -wiiis' \
_--f..t.1.CO_ "' John M. S. ..
en "WM" giMlv" dlKun e4 noobiigollon. fmTT t ; .1111"... Cor nocottory, I
pivi .
I ... .. If. H 17IV0404 Of VHsn.FOR I i
Coil wnofiowJ. co WI" 550 531" SiGlIsoSollIa contocl NI,.. Anton Mhvo I ocr .u l
.. .. UphoUttrvCoon .... :: ... .
w" DIRkPAIRICK, PM. it ,...3111 ..,. 1X11 or in- LOAnS 00 II Itorobuilding CII .. ,
Us Main II 1'1I'" t.... 575PM.3740405. W U.... .._ Price sal '
14P0005 000 5 nooco 0011100,0 55ntmoanoI0 -ZO ED-SA-I __ I .... 0010. Call lOo'llOIl HoyrIbo.Vs LIKE NEW 1964 .. USED CARS ,
I OR I3S trot Ironllne" MM. W. IWl: DUPLEX APARTMENTNleo.l 4.1010.SC! iolocl' O-matlc Is'S oeedte tiglog.Joe. .
'11.1105 PI.. ... 4545 N'If.13I 5l.f S. MAIN ST.SIM
PItA Al.D CONVENIIONA4. T... Street 111 tOOt de.0. Lecotid to town. Oood locillM. bunenhoM. ovenoin lencytltcnei .
LOAN In 1500 Mock. Pull potent by colling M but ..... Coupm ,",V. NaN ...._. Opportumnoicleltioi epoiique, etc Imell bol.nco .
'Ill* W UMIV AVE PM M- 1I only 111. peynonn
Gloss .. o t I : Mr. BHieJUy. Mr. Hurt, Mr, BuktrPkemoj
Garage 504 Month DldYIlIiiTSiSOthO.. t.osqa. ..
,. M. .. Conv. basS University Realty Apply t.4 NE em Av' tor sOwstlhal, Its.Ionnaotl. '1II MUll's 00105 "IeI" .,.. : FR24ZS 2-363l
'O'OVCI SOC.551k N. P.. m.nl III w. on.n. A.o
itJ'T0otAc0 II .... sAm" bush .u"e./ilo nil MOM si. II 05100 0000dy sod .... J13
""". Immedlete ImtMlitionitree 201 1 SA5405 000. IP5CSALIllndblluliaa&.oo.lrs. 41 Uni-miikee' Aeru.I eermng" hlgn. Immediat OPEN EVENINGS
pickup li delivery' AddbMuty 035 W. 010010. 001700 : : Moving" gar* GOOD BUY coin ....,.. .._.... _...
A veluo *o your c... I A M. or liter 4PM. Anytime IW. I. 15,105 UP w... DU'LI hirer will, lwmih comotato core.or .
MAUI 0'10' I AU 10 01 AS' Co. Drinking WofpCRYSIAL WON endt. .. .. COOOMO ....... apusnososet 55, 5 sOon IR KITCHEN laulPFEOIII pregrom with' evEknlve lacf-
_!dLst"11 '!o..!" AJ335. NW IsbN .... J71-I0r 01s twoot good 500001' Nl Olh ... sos _,..... WriteCHEX..
lor Poslow01, 5r0001l0.. tII let 50* FR tH04PLEASANTLY toil M los II. Phtt B. ".. Aweog .. Moo soon,
Auto Equipment clout, iprlng' weler bIlls ..... It ............ 055Na.'oooh lJI iilO. VERV' lUCCESSPU.-OiNCLAII5t43151 *1015 sIll 10-So. $05. I
Icel tree ond oeieproved CONSTRUCTION I ml. ml o
:0: "it Hope 370 1150 000.050. on Polo'S. 5551No.01.
.. Hole .. IR tot elsa 550101 _
by eMagneia onmoid no. I ool w.Nv WINTERIZEyour
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HVBRiul 'J..m.iurit. Spring Wllf r eo. "- TWOC000tUSBUSINESS I mv-dlnng rmkllctien; ;.. I II 0105' tltl' ....1_. Coil PP, 0105. PeY 551 55 OIlSlotoopoy.ot37sso ..

o 000doSadl Repair km lorWinter For Your Cemtracllon NMdi Nice yord Par CfM_ STf mo. -
Phono It nat LOTS 00o.n wonos IlootIly c_
laclii Factory eunyx lOW. H PAOE vtmoNEW I'
ed "Walker, Hydtoulk Joel HOMEI AOOIIKINSREMODII 094 NW torn '_ 01 I HI I 'SAELCOIL 1. OSloisoAs, 5050
Service Agent 50115I'I IPAF.EIIRVICE TELEVISION toned R" DMU: N). MOM, II.H TWO IR Duete. alec k 111 k e n.I o
I lufPLY 1114 t INO IIRVKI o III. weed SRI I auto .heel all ".... oka ondcteen Osotol. -00 Auto NOW!
Main' P5 hat, Over 30 Ye.rl E
PICIURE lull RMOW See-lot. Mpor Good: Cennrwtlon; .M M Art PR 11404 J0IO.t0O..Mool5500I.' .. '. 1'1A '
loch PM lie. to .....'. nnoelRoconoyttonoe Oenero ContractorCommorclol CO. _.

ADVERTISE IN THE I ,- 005"*' ...from..." .e>Sasclas H_ 5.515401105 .. RetldMitloLMOLTON .10101511.. 42 form t ..Ct.... I I 47 HoMda for Hint .- .50. norwt.04.. 1..oAt.550usd"$ 1'lot COLD WEATHER IS AHEAD

___ } Weeks paid train.Ing .
IHI VARlliy $1055S company
SERVICE DIRECTORY .,.. M .... CONS?. CO FR I-IOM 1slo Is. ShE 50eA1000ol "' I' OO-OOM MmllMd home. "'I In management telling 0001(51400 U"I". wt Will Ch.ck J
4 TethWcleni. with M yeor oporionco Caootr. II 00 I. aonw% I I NW"" Mm St. PIMTO FR 0S43S.l.AROE (Owes, soronme
on oil _-. Improved a-thjro M to 40 sores i beMtlM lone-Irani Pome servicing merchandif .. ... 5.000 Your Entire Coclinej $199
row soo.sg paoId 50 1_ I available
bog to qualifiedperiocu. PnoO
POeNO5 .05
0.00As. 50
lot SMALL UKrlmlnotine
Approval S.rvi>t PAINTING Sun I mile' RIALTY oIl Htaay ASSOCIATEIliSMO. ... CHI ALA.CHUA Pme .."' '''' from dock boot.hOUMt Earn while" hISSl.oms.wocollao'rt Paso 5550005. SiC 5010 5000000N. t Hstkig SysTtmIn

17._ MMOU. basso.5ln00. opportunity Plow "" Yssur Car.
limes N WosOs.MaIn
PlUs I AONO.ORRAIIOR ::-NoM ; ; to enter ttw service SJT'ITSO'
55 AdS P4045 med Soot Triii
50dow. Include
Modern 5enislco4.' I 50005.
tSIAIt IPPRAISAlSorwlnf Painting ........ ConSatsOIo .na.an Moborn IndIa" 055.051. 10000 Po nation kuuxeu. Contact .%1.5 t55510P0'00055 550155.lasos. e. A

It OSI4IIU .et Iho bel, go modemt Repolrlngj Waul Acls CCI 000OIWIOSI Sad 10 00 _..'..* Coll lrS53tI Mr Henry DeLoocK, f R 2. 10514015 5 DISs0'SIlanisI.'fmaal Aspi-Freeze 'lestSOUTHERN P KE6D
Remodeling Reeling' tonI" tnoon On 00055 0.511w. I
5jNld. hot. P01, V11 IR. CCI I old on (ado *. 5JHI .-
!: No lob los big or tmelL 170niOiADVIRTI1I lame 1000$. Cad PbONIOn. rl -
MY 71107i 0+.. It 001155 losS or 5'o.ooaoOOa.Dw I -
M-china RcpeilnftSTSrHs HAVf A 7 ACOlT PIP)..k> I I I rS0502$ 055055 OaQkOrWSwS00001 404 e>,- win 31 M........ &

m TsP Cited |booS eool et Mavnvmo. I PKeno PI .8M PI =- -QUALITY FUST-
Get KcsulU owner or WANTED H.HO M 111 nwl.gaoo. ; DIRECTORYAOVIRllll
o15 Wilt 10500 rOaOa500tSV 550no .
;' "" I 0-4111. flood prioeny. For d I- "te
IIP.VICI PI'awn II S peg. Jonod .05 No5Noow SIS N. Main St.
wICI. sod 001150555. P05. PP 0 i i Li so ": UI NI Slat Aoo Nopela. 505. I IP TIt
IMMiMk*0. WIll blip __ SOU otter 4 P. ... 550 coIl 51i'l5 I e.1I 172.1251 I J".I7I

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II ......./1.. for S.I. I Sunday.- Novambar .. I.o4 __=bamaivula spun 1u

".. ,ulel( $KYlAAK, J Dill. I' I Et! ES Eir
... ... wn/to., .
SNMt C. 11-6. M and
... AT ww "_ P5. N M,
t"t ...". 004 4555 OhM.SHR H MORE :\ I 1tI
WIN, 0acbry r"NttW. HAWES-POWERS NCO.?
San's. PhonoiY a1J-I51' BARKLEY I
omGINAl Ownor lot I*
Wld' .* Lik.Tract..Tom.oot.... Low 4-door M11S.S...i.don. .. AUTOMOBILEADS I
MM romlum. WW tiro*.. A"
looltwrott Interior? 'ee AirCondltlono :
Hooter leiwmicd I
,.kYI....KH nr 1* MPOPhono ONLY
koior I P J*. n- MOTORS
Silt night SEP00.ESSI003dI ......_ ON i "If you're

' I'OIlD 301E .011. AT.

.., COIIVA'' 401. 11&14. AT. I looking forbargains
'ww motor ivtrnivM.II / BACKPAGE OUR BOSS, MR."B" IS OUT OF TOWN


'.e 'OIlD I. I-DII.. P.Irlane, 11IO, BUYING CARS. TRUCKLOADS OF don't missshopping
UN stint tfln..

CM -. ..._. ......, todrl. AND SEE THE LARGEST SELECTION this week
"n."I" 100115015. PR
wo'rt loaded with
CHRYStI Nrwport,.... 0.,1.
to*. M." ml *'IH ohMrcor ,
hi trod. CHI 7tlM oltorIPM GAINESVILLE. SAVINGS OF $500 OR
w. 400 3 0 them this w.elt-

RIH vttor PI Pt, load cndUl.n.ell But if you don'tlike

FOR IALI"or our prices
tttf DODCt Polorl W Dr
make 0"affn.
HT. Auto tram PI P. Mmna us
Auto, troni. "COlIon' for retool. 62 Chevy 62 FairlontKW. U ."
car FORD OALAXII 100 I Dr 51 II1MI Icyt. I ,. 4 4059 ...."'". KW. 4-dnor ..."'", raelS
"'''. !' ". tJJSJ N 5.00 ....'I... S cyt.. and M5toP.Pod. V
.. ...
0 con ou.tI. .Iu'
N Mi, a c'I' 7i.7sat '. _"r, .... ACS $1295
SPECIAL IM4 ChovroM IS. oil
".. tinted .1.... CC I ,
condition iron* MY wry mull amity, ono GIVES ALL THREE! $1595 ((315)
l '
to>o up ooymonH. con 01 mi. '" < J 64 ENGLISH FORD t 10 $
<3 PONTIAC Tomp.ll trie Mleww. I 0.-......;..._ __ ... < .'. 61 Mercury
condition. N, .will H,trodo.olttK Shin Coil, PR too THIS IS A USED CONTINENTAL. Wool,?. Hens'. .or mileage, like new. t. 15.5

|M1 11174 POUI N104PM.OALAXII !50* iUOO.Icyl The Only Car Finer Is A NEW CONTINENTALYou THE NO. 1 61 f-door,Chevy h....... ... Alp dtloninf powor .trokM,mwor MitamitllIrontmliilon 'edrty. LeI.ro". :war .
might the biggeit dlf. 64 IMPER'IAl
AT WW R\N 4doorinullonl Pioor ohin' hercllo" .t..r.
condlllon 17mi iontinontol fer.nca bdtwttn and a brond-nw lat-modtl $1295 $1295 4 Ing, power brakei, radio and hooter air conditioning. -
Itil ruM PLYMOUTH...... 4oor now tlrtvIf on. it that one hoi boon rood- CRA"N E DEALProven It5,000 miles balance $C7QC
Ph"" 316.2279 $100 tested a bit longer than Ih. of new car warranty.
thor. 62 Comttor ,-
-foroijtl Sporti Con You con Karcdly ll that it U 64 Pontiac u 2 door, automatic
' TRIUMPH iPITFIRI. 001SIC. il not brand-new. ; clastic Liscoln M.rcY ry Best By Outselling The Rest! $. door. /........ any twolw oocton It 05415CaNlln '63 VALIANT trammli. *
.. must IOn 11101. look hat not changed fVi* T W. t 1495
Phone 312.3032. or hoi been restored to prim 506I oroln. outomoilt Iron $1295 lion, radio heater. .
551..100' ,0.011I 551151 __ _
Condition In both .
'M 4.10 COKVITTf-Hordlol.. illeli. Poiltroctlon, .iromlDrn 170 HP I and pdrformanc. appoaranc Why not I. Ulli..ity i THE NO. Cloon -N.wport, 4 doo,.
ruses ww win nmioor, Iron*. rooks this your year to move i $2995 63 CHRYSLER automatic tranemh.
Call W ..... 31.3353. 372-4251 61 Chtvy
u o lOO TERMS .... .. I radio, ....rln", $
'17 PORSCHE Itt tupor coupobluo Lincoln Continental 4dor .. V S. lion, healer power | QQC
f.[."out cond IIU* AIM 'brokel. 1 03
tI..IIodI.' vw 01 I. IMO. $1195 pown
62 Ramble
WOWM 4-dnor, "'_ 4 door,
Good Condition-III"!. TROPICAL PONTIAC Low Cost Bank Financing Exclusivity II Ir condltloiwd. row nk5. 62 Rambler 1'63 CHEVROLET-I"'P. automatic

Coll 464J17. and Miconoov.... GAINESVILLE'S QUALITY $1595 tranimliiion, radio, heater power $2095
Honoult? now ring \
'It..MOO. Piano'A mil DEALER. *dor. air fondittonlnf' I steering. 13,00 actual' rmlei.heater. .
1011 MOl. (or old 1HI Hid.ALPA col. cond.P.OWIOIpydor S.. 1 door sedan heotor book I $1195 door,
.. ..n?? NC.i 63 MG 63 Ford '6'3-C"ORVAI-R o'
*t 111M. W. U.' .Avo or value $1495, .. ..a $1395
PR" .1051. H3U- Trop.:1195 a.ioiio m Ades. :*
' ItSI MO MODEL TO Ice Pontiac price only SERVICEOffering .or ......,,-. .
Now tw. M* tlm f.colionl run.nini IL ) rrnrGoloxio 500, 4 door sedan, I $1999 61 Renault __
.. .
.. Coil? P 11 MM Illor
730 PV tor jlm Cunimlndi'ol ? OA radio, heater, poweriteering DoupnlM :IO
FIAT 1100. IIM no... low mllojriMffi" power brake, air conditioning, The Newest Equipment Cr $495 62 CHEVROLET lStranimliiion : t

11"00.41 blue and whit., real thorp $1495 63 Chevy II power .tllrln,, power $1895
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Sund.,. November I, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1 IB

GwtVQij. :' Area Tobacco Review Shows

MOlDing in fIle I' ,/ Smaller Crop Higher PriceBy ,

BUZZ MIXSON yield for the state was 1,769 The top producer volumewlse figures was Duv.1 where 523 lbs? 2.000 Ibs., 11l,268
SwamplandCelebration Siu Farm Editor pounds per acre (9 pounds was Suwannee, which produced little more than a half acre Levy, lSf1.458 Ibs., 1.414 lb. ,

Florida's flue cured tobacco less than the 1963 average of a total of 5,710,860 pounds on 3- was harvested for a total yeeld $97,779; Narlon, 15,864 Ibs. 1"
1,851 pounds per acre. 054 acres. Second was Hamilton, of 904 pound. 090 Ibs., 51.313. I
rowers[ produced
year a He said, however, that the with 3,233,761 pounds on 1,701 Other counties of Northc en-McArthur wound up his report,
total of 22,222.238 of the
By SAM MCGARVEY pounds 4,8 per cent decrease in yield acres Alachua, third, with 2- tr.1 Florida, their total 1964 by saying\ that the 1965 tobacco
Sun Staff smoking material, worth $13,- ,
Writer 046,671 to them, to per acre was offset by the 35 782,755 pounds on 1,336 acres; yield, their poundage per acre allotment figures will be com-
The night following the election -figures released yesterday according b per cent Increase In the average(Madison, 2,176,974 pounds on 1- and their estimated revenue In- puled and released In early Dee

Irkky, the mayor of the 0. P. McArthur, state executive y price per pound 58.71 centsIn 611 acres; and Columbia, 2,292- etude: comber after the national allot'Alachua
Wee Ones, appeared at his director, Agricultural Stabilization 1964 vs. 56.74 cent in 1963. 777 pounds on 1,344 acres 2,782.755 Ibs.. 1.I111ment h. been determined. He
usual spot on the coffee table. and Conservation Service. McArthur said that the rec-I (All poundage figures are based -' lbs. and '1.1 million; U D I 0 D said a referendum will b. held
1 ords, just tabulated, show t on marketing memos returned 459,718 lbI., un Ibs., $269,900; in mid December to let farm- s
He struck a Napoleonic pose, Of this amount, 4,398,952 215 per cent of the total I to the State ASC office.) i Gilchrist, 421,891 lb., 1.473 Ibs., ers decide whether marketing i
puffed out his chest, and said, pounds were produced by growers -! poundage told on Florida markets The smallest producing coun $247.578; Bradford 360,848 Ibs., quotas will remain In effect on l
"Vor art now looking at the : In the seven Northcentr .1'I'' was placed under the Tobacco ty this year, according to theF U42 Ibs.. $211.153; Dixie 189,. the 1965 crop
best election predlcter In the Florida counties of A l a c h u a,': Stabilization Loan Pro:

world. I said Bradford County, Bradford, Dixie Gilchrist, Levy,'gram.
the state of Florida and the,Marlon and Union. Lafayette County led the state

rest of the country would-" || Growers In these counties received -;!again this year In poundageper

"Oh, go play with the rab-I' an estimated $2,581,450 acre, and Dixie County lorI
bits," I Interrupted. "You and for their crop based on a I the second year In a row was
GUI the Gopher and Slinger. statewide average price of 58.71,in second place.Lafayette .
cents a pound. i County growers averaged -
lands the Skunk are getting In t
what little hair I have left" I This year's total poundag I 2,222 pounds to the acre,
added In a lower voice, "Co I for the state was about 35 land In Dixie, the average was
away!", as I did not want to{million less than last year and 2,000 pounds (compared to 2,210
was produced on 12,562 acres, last year). '
have Alice hear
me talking Parade
as compared to last year's total Other top producing counties Watchers
apparently empty room.
harvested acreage of 13,898. this year were Hamilton, third,
Irkky smirked, struck another The reduced acreage was a:with 1,900 pounds to the acre; Among engrossed spectators of the colorful I'CIIS:
pose, and then weaved aboutr' partial result of a 10 per cent Suwannee, fourth with an average : homecoming parade were Jim )Daniel, head conch,
table.nearly fell off the coffee cut In allotments ordered by the, yield of 1,870 pounds; and F u1Ii..A ; and hiss "aHulntant.. "* hi* 6'-montha-old! daughter,

secretary of agriculture. McAr'Alachua, fifth, with 1,811 poundsper 4 Suwan. I>anlel'. I'CIIS Tiger won their homecoming
I eyed him closely then said, :thur said this year's aver age, acre. I outing over Jennings by a score of 38-7, bringing

"Why you little scoundrel! You I I : their neinon record to .8-0. _
have been belting the bottle and ... r -
right now are practically nothing Itf t I
but a pixilated pixie!"
He drew himself up and replied 1 UCHS Homecoming CourtConnie North Marion; Hi
"We have been celebrating -
I won 36 t h '
on e
election and for that amount Rivera (center), a senior reigned a< queen over homecoming festivities
at Union County high School In Lake Butler this weekend In her court To Be DedicatedI
you can get a thimble
many were Sandra Roberts (left) and Vera Green, both seniors, Slits" Rivera received -
full of mountain dew. We hada
big party and even Gus got her crown from the 1963 queen Julia Sapp Croft, during halftime cere r
muddled and crawled into the monies at the Lake Butler-Jennlnga football game (Sun photos by Iluu Mix* I I North Marlon High'ed by James Carter, s t u dent ,

wrong gopher hole. son) -- _. - 'School! will be dedicated today'body president, Include legislators
"Must I remind you," I said, I W, W. Griffin Jr., chairmanof school board members and
virtuously! "that this Is a dry the Marlon County School trustees, the school a d v I 11 orv
county and that you are break- f Williston Sets l Maximum: Board Is scheduled. principle committee and Marlon Coun t ty
Ing the law when-" speaker for the event In officials. ,

"Oh no," he Interrupted. which the $700000 structure Is I: The new plant, which open II
"Not you! Coming from someone to be dedicated, according to I this year, replaces the o 1 I. '
else I could take that But For Hospital Bond Sale A. N. Appli-by principal. school In Reddlck.,and Include
an old soak like you who-1" A flag will be presented b'l ninth/ graders transferred iron }

I broke In with, "Where did : I Mrs Nolle Dean, as a representative Anthony, Cltra, Fort McCoy ant
you you
I Sun Staff Writer clew arise.Bids rather than add additional
the Little Folk have moonshiners '\ti, costs American Revolution, during new school Is located ors
/to the original construction. the ceremony scheduled for 2 SO- acre tract, two milt i .
too? Who makes It? fI, WILLISTON- absolute are out now for return I I
Irkky wagged a tiny finger at maximum of 73,000 was put by Dec. 2. The Council will open The mayor said several ore p,m. In the school caffwrlum.//west of Sparr on Slate Road

me and replied, "A squirrel I' ,I "IIM, ." \ on the bond sal to cover Willis-the sealed bids on that date and lanlzations' have requested Information Special guests to :;S29- -.- ---. -
sells it at an old crow's nest. s t fr', r.. ton's share of construction costs submit them to the Florida Development about donating a
He gets honey from the bees i for Memorial! Hospital, Mayor Commlrslon In Tallahassee room of furniture or eq u I p- !
and makes ills the leaf of an ; ; (\ Louis Roberts said Friday for approval.Councilman ment to the hospital but he has High Springs Garden Club j
elephant ear plant. When the I Royal I French advised them to donate m o ney I
stuff gets ripe, It eats Its way ; .1 Roberts said the City Council said approval should come withIn specifically! designated for t the
through the leaf, and he puts It ", : agreed to validate $300,000 two to three weeks and that furnishings Instead of the actual Plans Fall Flower Show
worth of bonds at a Council l material
In shells. tied
up pecan construction should be s 11
said/ ""'ell. it Is againstthe I .. ,. ..-.. ,., meeting last week but a unanimous on the hospital about the middleof Any money donated for f u rnlshlngs HICK SPRINGS The annual to local Garden Club J members
law, and If the bunch of vote of the Board put January. could be matched with Fall Flower Show of the 1 only.
you pet arrested, don't come'to I Santa Fc Monurchs I the ceiling at the lower sals Mayor Roberts said the architect Hill Burton funds to receive illgh Springs Garden Club Is Mrs Forrester
said I
me for help. I paused, then \figure. Charles McCauley assured twice the actual amount donated scheduled next Saturday and'' that
added, "And what Is that you I ;Miss Martha Cato and Jim Forrester alt enthroned Councilman R H. (Reggie) him construction costs wouldnot I the Mayor said. Additional Sunday at the American Legion commercial display! for Ilhibltlon *
are wearing*" Around his waist, as reigning royalty over Homecoming festivities at Ross said the Board's wishes exceed the original! $500,000 savings will coma by orderingthe Home here only are Invited.

he had a leather belt, and In I Santa Fc High School. They were crowned at Rebel art to stay within the original mark If the hospital did not require furnishings on a single Invoice Mrs. Baxter Forrester, club Other flower show committee
the holster was a big pistol Rally Thursday following their election by popular $250,000 alloted for the city's I any drastic modification I which saves some shipping president, said that judging of members Include Mrs. W. IItsbell. .
"That Is my pea shooter" he vote of the Santa Fe student body (Photo by Jerry share but the additional $250,. from the original plan. costs and would probably exhibits will take place Saturday co chairman; Mrs. T

explained, patting the .weapon. Cooper) _. 000 may. be_sold to cover_addi-_ Because of the slope In the get; I lower net price, he added from noon until I pm. D. Thomas, judging; Mrs. C,
"It Is because of all the crime, --- 'property, a drop of 30 feet overall 'E. Burkhardt, classes and
on TV, Every night they showso a lift station must be built Construction of the hospital The show will be open to the awards; Mrs. C. A. Johns,
much violence murders, New Queen Alums Victory to carry hospital sewage to the II being financed with match I In g public from 3:30 to 9 pm. Sate 'placement; Mrs. W D. Curry,
musings, citizens knocking the level of the city system. money from Hill Burton irday and from 2 to I p.m. publicity; Mrs. J. W. Wilson I ,
be-Jabbers out of their citizens Roberta said the station would Funds. Sunday program; Mri. J. L Crimes
that we have forbidden the tickets; Mrs. Robert P.I I m er,
Mrs. W. R. Longman Is show
At Williston ,
wa'chlng of TV. Homecoming chairman She said all exhibits, hospitality; Mrs. Bruce Dorsey.
I said, "But why the gun?" horticultural; Mrs. S. X. Llnd-
"For protection," he a a I Id. must be registered, staged and
I sey, advertising; and Mrs l..
"The other night one of my WILLISTONTheDevlla,1984. Her escort for the coronation Other finalists among the 'ready fur Judging by 11 amSaturday. C. Brown, conservation and
Exhibitors will be
cousins got all stirred up after won, a queen was crowned, and was Danny Stevens, Willis- queen candidates were Zora. education
seeing a big shooting match on: the alumni was honored. Homecoming ton High senior. Wilson, and Jan Golden both 17, I class.limited to one entry In each ----7.-

TV, and be hopped on a rabblll 1964 might be termed a Beth. K, lives with her parents -and both Williston High seniors. I I
and Just about tore up pea huge success for Wlllliton High Mr. and Mrs. V. E. White- I The horticultural division Is ;
patch." School. burst Jr., on their farm near Three winners were picked I open all residents of A 1 a e nua
"What happened to him I ?" I During halftime ceremoni e s Williston. from among the outstandingfloats y :County and all District I Car-

asked, not caring, but humoringthe of the football game In which She Is a Williston High School In Friday's Homecoming 't Aden Club members.The .
Imp. "He's In the clink, for Willlston's Red Devils trounced senior, a member of the school parade '
Intoxicated riding of a rabbit,"the Inverness Hurricanes 33 to' :and. Honor Society, Stud ent The Williston freshmen were artistic division Is o1"n' ,

Irkky said, "and for using Glass j,I, Miss Beth! Whitehurst was Council and Future Homemakers -I judged winners In the prettiest ,
Eye, the.snake, for a whip" i;!'crowned! Miss Homecoming of America. I float category with their depletion Lake City JC

of a Red Devil classroom
rwlth the teacher pointing to a hat Delegate] Set
Blackboard predicting an alarm-

pngly accurate 33 to 7 score t ) For Convention
for the football game. I

Most original honors fai floatcompetition LAKE CITY Four student

went to the eighth government officers and their i
grade class for its take off on advlaor from Lake City Junior

the flag raking at Two Jtma. College and Forest Ranger
They raised the) victory
y"4'A School will attend the Florida
the Inverness Hurricanes.
over Junior College Student Government
Honors for beat homecoming iwA "ldI Association convent 0 a f
them went to the seventh next week I to Miami Beach. I
grade for their depletion of a.mlne Deputy
Attending; win be Mike W b I l-
match between the two
taker t Student Government tl
I teams. The winner was of president Franklin Ind. Jack- In Union Co.
course, a Red Devil -
'is Patton vice president, Ala /
J Halftime ceremonies Included chua Susan Darts, secretary,
i44' a salute to the alumni aa tile Lace City; Jackie Brown treavsurer. County Deputy Carl F Mll
band, mder the direction of BIB Wee City; and Carl Hal Ill, I II a recent addition to tilt
I Stark formed a bouse M the bert, advisor of Sheriff John W b I t wkead'a
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Place Like BOOM. Starke
.. Beauty on eommunlcatlo' send Mile to a native c! Lake Butlet. .
"HtDo AbmnT was sung to He started working |cr
Anxious MomentBeaming the tune of "Hello Do y" asDM II A happy )fl. Panty CeJeasaai breaks isle a broad I, Judicial workshope procedure are slated Sepaate far- Whitehead when only U a* a

Williston High Majorette ...11. following her coroMtloo u Bradford High residents, secretaries, a a dreaturns radio operator, and later served I
? proudly are Sweetheart finalkta (left U right) Tan vtflxon. Beth danced the "Charleston" from frhooTa Homecoming <)u***) for 1"4. Sla. wu cr.".. ef Junior college IdmC > U month with the Floras J
Whitehmt and Jaa Golden at tk* hf inning .f WUlkton' ajecoatlag par day ef yore H at Tornado Whirl Tuesday ay but year** winner, government associations j Highway Patrol In GainesvilleIn J
a*** Friday. Mis Whitehorat was erowswd Miss Hoaaceoailag 1M4 daring A victory dance at the Willis I MbM Linda IfnggiiM. Patsy .b tilt tfavghter of )lr. the sun capacity tI
half time cetlalOllla i .f the game Ia whkk the Red] Devils Mal the laveraea* iM Womaa'i Club a r a g k t and] Mr, J. D. (lokmaa *f SUrfc. (gM thoU by The convention win run from! He to a gradual of KM taw
Bar4-sies 33 .. 6. (Suss ,hot by Bk Meeker) i Homecoming 14 to K* ftaisn. Tosaaay Lewis) Mo*. U to 14. (I Enforcement Academy '.

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I That's the way to do It, Buc- meeting Wednesday to organize Keystone still has not fully A large profit was made, muchto
-- aneersl In the game last a field trip to Cape Kennedy.. settled down to a normal routine -, the Joy of the Juniors and The Halloween Carnival on Indians 44 to 0 here at hOI,
The P K. football team, band Item this Is known to every Thursday at P.K. Yonge, Buch- The date was set at Decemoer since homecoming. Things Seniors, and It Is to be divided the high school campus turned Friday, October 30. j
and cheerleaders Journeyed to I good pledge as a time when she holz scored a terrific upset 3. The members of the Science seemed to be calm and peaceful between the two classes. out to be a giant success. The The Bears played Newber *
,.. Tallahassee this week for the must prove herself. Some stunts over the Blue Waves. The score Club have been Invited to take last week until Wednesday, Our Student Council has start Seniors were especially pro udof on their field in Newberry, H
Florida High football g am e. were: Pam Feaster and Anne was a gratifying 20 7. Previously part The Math Club will give when the juniors and seniors ed Its major money making their outcome as they profited day.Mary
They left during school Friday Taylor feeding each other baby Bishop won over three free passes to the Florida were told that they could put project for the year, the selllni ; $40.M worth. This creat' d Ann Green was narrl
and arrived back late Saturday food while blindfolded; Mar Ion P.K.Y., 13 12. The game Friday -Theater to the members making'on the Halloween carnival for a of candy. It seems that everyone miles of enthusiasm! high point scorer on the Libra J
morning. For those of you who Hunter making lovely] sound effects against the Bishop Blue the highest scores on a special money making project this' wants to buy it and muchof Council thU past six weeks.
may not know, Florida High is to toy boats in a tub of evils was characterized by project. !year. Normally this event is it is seen around town. The This week begins hard hoursof The Seniors are continuing
the laboratory school of F S U,' water; Cheryl Wallace giving a fast action and plenty of team November 1. 7 was National put on by the PTA, but due to profit from this candy will be work to plan the most successful sell the Cbxton Fruitcakes I |
just as we belong to the University -great Impromptu speech and spirit. Book Week. Posters were displayed mforseen difficulties, it w ..I used to purchase shrubs aDd homecoming DHS has the holiday season. They a
of Florida, so there is always Pam Eaddy wildly tossing wet The F.HA. would like to In the library and In the ours. Things were really hectic'plants to beautify the school. I ever had. Plans for floats, for also going to take orders f j
much friendly rivalry. bananas around. thank Mr. Ballowe for the use balsa for the next few days, and all The annual staff has been the Bear Growl, for the parade, the homecoming corsagtwhich I
,of the Sunoco station In their Badminton and in.traTnt'rsls .(,of the classes buzzed with last hard at work too. After a very 'for the dance and for our Queen, Is the mum the tHditional
Band members atayed at the Thespians is our school dramatic tumbling 'I be called for
und raising car wash, and for minute plans. profitable workshop a few whose name will football flower. Eithl
homes of Florida High band group which acqua lot s Ihe part he played In making It were held this week The carnival started at 4 p.m. weeks ago, things have been the first time at half time of white or red or yellow irl
members, and motel accommo students with different aspectsof ,a success. The F.H.A. Is a fr GLIMPSES IN PASSING: Saturday, with a parade> for the looking up.Keystone's. the homecoming football game, bronze will be the colors t ]
dations were obtained for the the theater. The officers In ouncing its participation In the Where is our student council? children led by Trooper Leon Junior varsity are all In the stages of development choose from. They forec as
cheerleaders, team and chap- this club are: Anne Taylor all day District Meet held at We haven't heard from you. ard Jones and Deputy Sheriff played their first game last and an exciting and that this should be a profitab i
rones. This was one of only president; Schelly Smith? vice 'axon High School In Jacksonville -- Buchholz It /getting a face Dewey Henderson, who rode week against Baldwin. They Interesting outcome. excursion, as everyone, esp two out of town trips the band president; Mary Vogh, secretary on November 14. They are lifting. The new paint job does his pallmlno. Prizes were given didn't win, but they showed i a The Dixie Bears can add daily the ladles, like to i-
will make this year as moneyIs treasurer; and Darcy cooperating with Gainesville wonders. for the best costumes. Many'nice 'great amount of spirit and another victory to their list, for charming o n homecom In .
being used for payment of Bergh, clerk. Mr. Smith Is their High and Santa Fe In presentIng Judging/ from the amount of door prizes donated by courage against the larger/ opposing they conquered the K e y a tone night
uniforms. The Sports and Band sponsor. a pageant. They will also be candy being eaten In class, the merchants in and around Key. team. .
Boosters Club financed this trip.I This club meets tw 1 Ice a voting on candidates to the State candy sale was a huge success. I stone, were given away to The Junior varsity cheerleaders .
Before this game, the tea m month. Just recently they hearda ,Conference.The Home economics students do some very happy people. One for this year are Gina
held a record of J 3 .1. The speaker who Is a teacher at Math Club held a special blush.Santa II large Indigo snake was auctioned Massa, Debbie Kingsbury, Debra With The
most recent victory was our, the University and a director of off, surprisingly, for a very Hawes, Kerry Shaklef o'I
Homecoming game against Far.: Florida Players. The Thespians good price. and Helen Doyle. ,
ragut on October 30, with the are now working on "The Second One of the most popular The girl's basketball team'
Blue Waves of P.K.Y claimingan Shepherds Play" to be presented I booths was the "aquaduct," started practice this week under I ;
Impressive 13 0 victory. for the student body on where many prominent citizensof the capable coaching of Mrs J
Earlier this year we peel 1 e d. the 8th of December. Fe Keystone (Including our assistant Millie Jo Wilkes. We are look. Boys
Orange Park 7 6 and beat Here are the results of Home-I principal) offered to be Ing forward to a very profitable
Jax Bolles 27 7. ; coming competition, as promis. ducked,.for a price, of course. season.
The B team Is doing very well ed. Hi-Tide winning skits were: I 'Rebel Yell' ___ __ 1
too. They pulled a 28 1 win first, Core 12B and second, Core Games Room Champions [bles, Tommy Rayburn, David
over Fernandina Beach this UB., Specialty acts, first. Ma- during the first week of November Treewick, Steve Crosby, M ike
past week. Co captains were jorettes, second, Cheerleaders. In the weekly Games Room Hopson, Glenn Simmons, Mike
Craig Hammond and Jack Den. Homecoming King and Que en I tournaments were: I Ball Kirby, Robert Bass, Ricky
nlson. were Tom Hansen and R o bin -. -By LINDA- DIXON.- -- and GEORGE PHILLIPS MustangRoundup Mike Seaton, I Ball Mike I !Sherman, Jimmy Coburn, Rusty
Boles Pool Connie Witt, Jimmy McCarthy and
held Informal Initiation Richards. Bumper ,
Keyettes -
This past week, Santa Fe has have been selected. They are: and Greg Baggeson.French .
Pelt, Bowling, Jerry
at the homeof
Monday night Two things of Interest occurS been busting with the excitement Sherryl Mcllroy, Jimmy Emerson Tic Tac-Toe, Johnny Gocek. Club A French.
Connie Pattishall. Linda Last- ed this past week. All classes of homecoming.The Joanna Gonzales, Bill The tournament schedule for Club will be starting soon forBoys'
Inger, Kathy Sites, Debbie I kindergarten through/ 12th celebration began with Westmoreland, Roger Avant, the month of November Is: Club members. More information
Bowers and Barbara Hoffman grade, had color pictures taken the traditional Rebel Rally and Vickie Snipes, Butch Fields, sssJ u 'Monday 3:30: Volo; 4:30, chess. will be available la
were the committee the memberswho activ and the Seniors received the the crowning of the queen and Bruce Alligood Margo Sunlan, By MARILYN BUZ and CAROL BUCHANANMiss Tuesday, 4, 8-ballj; 4:30: check. ter.Junior
evening'i of their Senior Place
planned scores Frank Jeannette Lind- Membersof
king. Taylor, __ ers. Wednesday, 4:30: French Deputy -
ities. "Rat Court" was the main ment tests. This year, Martha Cato and sey and Joyce Schumoke. pool. Thursday, 4, bowling. Friday the Junior Deputy enjoyed

''Jim Forrester shared the throne The Junior class will present I Brenda Oberman will with pam pens, megaphones, 4, 8-ball; 4:30: tlc-tac-toe a lecture recently by Bill Tile-
- - for' the other accessories which add 11 shun of the Alachua County
homecoming game "Gabriel Blow your Horn"reign as the 1964 Melrose Home- and Saturday, 10, ping pong; ,
against Macclenny Friday I Dec. 10. I coming Queen at the Metros effectiveness to the vigor and spot pool; 3, bumper pool. Sheriffs Office on fingerprint
night. The royal couple were enthusiasm of a pep program. Talent Show Members will ing techniques and their relationship
: I WcslwoodWhispers entertained not only by the I The Paramedical membersmet ,Taylor game Nov. 20. She Is JIM FORD Is our senior of be given an opportunity to display with law enforcement.
t; spectacular performance of our at the Aiachua Ge n eral the same lovely, personalityplussenior the week. Jim Is an outstanding their talents In the Boys' Keystone Club First placein
I; football[ team but also that of Hospital Oct H. They took an we Introduced last week. athlete, captain of the football Club Talent Show to be held the Most Popular Booth at
the Marching Rebel Band at Interesting guided to u r. They Her attendants Include Cathy team, president of the new-I Saturday November 21 at 3 the City Halloween Carnival
I pregame and halftime. will be receiving training an d Webster, from the sophisticatedsenior ly organized Lettermen's Club,,pm. Boys' wishing. to enter went to the Boys' Club Key
JJy SUE CASPER During halftime the Junior instructions there In the com class; Vicki Gornto, from!and reporter for the FFA. He should register any afternoon stone Club which operated a
I.t Band combined with the Senior ing weeks. the Industrious Junior class: and has played In the backfield this with Games Room director drinking machine. Memebers of
and CATHY INGMAN Band for this performance .A Recently, the members of the Connie King, from the prospective football season bo _* give Richard Spong berg. Prizes will the Keystone Club taking part
> J little extra glitter was added Senior F.F.A. Chapter attendedthe sophomore class. The, added strength to the Mustang be awarded in vocal musical were: Ken Van Nortwick Rich.
-- - > when the Senior Hlah malor. Florida Council of Farmers Freshman Class Is not havingan line against- Hawthorne this l and pantomine divisions. ard Spongberg- -, Mike Rowley
.1 ahw dnup attendant this year I week. Jim excels in track as Junior Staff The Junior Ricky Neal, Payton Racklf).
This past week has been one I The officers for the F u to r ettes In new uni I- Cooperative State meeting in Money making activities I well as football, partlclpat i n gin Staff club held Its first meeting Pete Godey, Bryan Haley, Lat
of many activltios. Homemakers of America ared: : forms. Orlando.'> Glen Busby, Lowell have gathered momentum her, such events as the 220, 440, 'recently and advisor Mike Row. ry Sikes and George Selin.
On Monday\"Mr.: Hayes's President Margaret Rogers, After the game, the alumni Parrish, Russell Taylor 'Grier In the last few weeks. The Halloween !. shot put, discus throw and various ,ley outlined the program for Flag Football Outstandm
classes had Vice Presidents Keefe were the guests at the Welcome Wells and Mr. Kenneth Lee Jim Ford whoIs the first week
eighth grade history carnival's gross receiptswere relays. This the coming season.iMembers players during c
debates on the presidential election. and Beth Graves. Alumni Dance. were responsible for a great approximately |r)00. The such a terror on the athletic will be trained In leadership and November In the Boys' Clu!
There were four studentson Freshman Superlatives have The originator of this year's part of the program. This was Juniors are enthusiastically sellIng front, Is one of our quiet s t responsibility and .-will be assigned Hag Football program were
the Democratic side and been chosen! They are Kay'homecoming theme was Jean- due to their winning the State key chains and license tagsto students around campus. Coach Jobs In and around the 'Bruce Anderson, David Sneed
four on the Republican side Keel and John Harper Cutest,,nette LJndsey. trip to the American Instituteof increase their growing treasury Herring has remarked, "JIm I Boys' Club. One of their main Randy Martin, Steve Walsh, Bi:
(Note: alphabetical order.) On Beth Ayers and Richard Robin During all the excitement the Cooperation the past sum- in time to cover prom ex doesn't say much, but when he assignments will be td meet and ly Warner, Greg Baggesoi
Tuesday each of the classes son Personality Plus, Beth Junior Class play characters mer. penses. Annual sales reached a does say something, you k now greet new Boys' ,Club membersand Clint Thompson, Wayne Smltt
voted for both president a nd Graves and Coleman Stlpano- -., climax along with Individ u a 1 h. means itor you'd better' make them feel welcome. Allan Lowe, Paul Lambert, Sail
governor. The results were as vlch Most School Spirit, Mar- picture sales last week. Now the know it." Hats off to the modest Meetings are held each Saturday -Gordon, Steve Hanks, Bll I
follows: G old I w a t If 83 and garet Rogers and Ben Frank.lIn cheerleaders are selling "M u s- Jim Ford, a leader of older' at 11 a.m. Members of the Sneed, Phillip Whlttingto
Johnson 78. For governor it Most Attractive, Clarkson n ;I tang" sweatshirts to pay for boys and an Idol of small 'club are: Mike McCarthu, Mike Richard Palmer, Harvey Die
was Holley 89 and Burns 59. Cantrell and Teddy George- TigerTizzy ,,their letters next year, along I ones. r'l Seaton, Grel' ,,'ennls Tom Crawford, Casey "Weavn
Wittiest, Linda Almand and Bill II Underwood, Joe Rowley, Jim- Kenny Evans Keith Craig, Vfc '
Two our .
"Westwood newspaper Harlan Most Likely to S u c- -- -- my McFarland, Billy Owen, tor Arean, Kenny Sym, aft-
the Whisper, ceed. Sue Beckham and Ray- Jimmy Mitchell, Tommy No Kerney Pool. f.
sale for a dime a
was on copy. .
mond Robbins Biggest Flirt
All of the papers were sold!
and Hall Walker and Mary Jane
We mentioned the editors of the Bethel Friendliest. Cane .
paper last week, so this weekwe SEEN 'N HEARD: B.S.C.S. t.1. !?;. IndianSmokc
want to recognize other students seen chasing Insects... By MIKE WATSON and CHERYL I1EACH e I
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Illustrations-Mike Hahn, Business value of sandipurs. .Lt. Con- On Nov. 13 Trenton High I homecoming will be "Tiger! flL"
Manager Pam Page nerly talking to the Driver Education -I School will celebrate Its annual Privateers Sink Branford Buc ,. ;
and Suzanne Lichter, and Spon- classes. Theme for
Homecoming. caneers." The parade begin Uy CHRIS POOLE
sors Mrs. Joyce Bradley, Signals 'I
Mrs. Robbie Crulckshanks. and I ning at 2:00: will kickoff
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are Anne Price, Lau. BISHOP competition Is expected In the Next week will see the for,I With club provisional period 4 By SUSAN GREENsolo.
rette Burnard, Donna Catottl!, float contest. A pre game pep mal presentation of this year's I now at an end, service clubs .. _
Bonita Pagnozzl, Whit Courtney .' rally will build op Tiger spirit chorus production, "Camelot," began accepting new members.In .
Lyla Brogdon, Jim Butter- members were' Last week at C.H.S. has gone/ Third place went to A
,for the game at I p.m. Highlight The Broadway musical! comedy addition, new i
field, and Laura HodgM. They L 11 I by with not too much out of niece Green with a pantomi
I BULLETINBy of the evening will be the will be given five times with formally taken into the a nl
really did a "great" Job on the 'crowning of the Homecoming the formal evening/ performances Club, the Spanish Honor Societyand the ordinary happening. I and dance. A fine time was <
first edition of the paper A Queen. Miss Carla Bowl aDd. beginning at 8 p m. on Friday Scribbler's, the CHS literary Saturday night ended the joyed by everyone present.
student ballot was found In the Halloween festivities with t h t After the game on Oct.a I
MIRY week.
TtNSTALLand Her attendants are: Norms November 13 and Saturday club last
paper and all students were SUSAN HAZEN Slaughter, 12th, Connie Jones, November 14 Beunnlnff. next week. Future coronation of the royal court.I reception was held in th
urged to vote The outcome was I 11th, Gail Rucker, 10th, and, Teachers will sell! atudent directories The new king and queen are lunchroom for the members
Coldwater 111 and Johnson 108 Mayola Langford, 'th. A Home : Due to a last minute change which will contain the' Ted Key and Joyce D a I loa I the Quarterback Club and ho
Congratulations to the mighty With the close of the football! pold; Treasurer, Susan Hollo* coming Dance will be held In of f plans, GHS students who pur. names, addresses and phone from the llth grade. The duke ored guests. A film was show I
"Westwood Whlrlwlngs". They season, Bishop Blue Devils had way, Plans are under way for the Green House after the based night performance tick- numbers of all CHS student' and duchess, Pat SwilUy and I at this time about a younf
downed the Bishop Blue Devils -their final clash with the BUCh.'this years school-wide Science game. The senior class Is takIng Is will not be excused from and teachers The price Is 50 I' Donald Durrance, come from Christian athlett. Monday afte
October 30 by a score of 13- holt Buccaneers Supporting the,Fair. orders for corsages. The eeing the school performances cents each. the 7th grade. The prince and noon, this same film was show
6. The Whirlwinds played their:,team, our chorus and band par.1' Also, FFA had officers recent. price Is $1.25. ,s was allowed lust year As a The GHS yearbook, the Hurricane princess Renee Putchaven and to the student body. This wa
last game of the season last tl ticipated in a big pep rally Friday -1y elected. President, G e o r ge emt! there will be two runs will still be on sale through' Jerry Everett represented the a very good film, and we bo
Friday night against the Buch. afternoon lead by the 0-Steen; Vice President, Jack Plans for a Library Club are for the CHS student body Monday, November 9 at $S each. 3rd grade. I it Inspired more than one per-
holt Buccaneers. cheerleaders. Soon basketbal 1 Phillips: Secretary Ronald Hal-I being discussed by the Library The CHS production of the Monday will be the last day for The talent show produced son.This
The 1964 65 majorettes have games will be In swing and we brook; Treasurer, Don Wilson; assistants. We are always ready I highly successful musical stars purchasing annuals. three winners. First place wentto week our Indians yen-
been elected. They are captain hope to have a victorious sea,Representative Gordon B one- and willing to lend support Rlkl; Danburg as King! Arth u r, i Finally Miss Barbara Phillips I Bill Beddow and Gerald lured to Trenton to play th
Susie Smith, Mary Sheffield'son. Bruce M P heeBy to new projects I elected Germany with a musical com Tigers. This Is the first time
man; Sentinel c Suzanne Martin at his w I f e, a GHS senior was !
Sandy Garret, Nancy LaB eli e,!I| Saturday afternoons from 3.30, the way the garden plot Is Seniors were conscious of I Guenevere, and Steve Myking as District Governor of Coopera- edy. Second place went to Bill our boys have played on the
Carol Scheck, Becky Peek, VIeI. :- to 4.30 our cheerleaders emcee,,looking greener. mixed feelings as It was announced Sir Lancelot. The atory Is set,Ilv*' Frfnratlnn (Cluh- fil Florida Roberson with a bar m o nlca Trenton field.
I. kl McMillan, and Diane Tur-I Bishop's Radio Platter Party onWUMJ. We have known (for a longtime I the senior placement against the backdrop of me-1 on t'024 at the --irk1 I
ney. Congratulations to these Dedications can be call! that high schools have to scores were back. Rumor has dieval England and the show two meeting held at GHS. Barbara -, JOE HANNONSAYS
girls! ed In and snatches of I a tent:be acredited, but the accreditation It that several did very well. eatures many sparkling songs I will serve on the Student''
Putting the final touches on campus news can be heard Be of Junior highs and elementary Congratulations go to the sophomore -written by Alan Jay Ler a e Executive Board, will a 11 end : I
Westwood materials for the Ala-'sure to listen! schools Is rather new. Our class for the winning skit and Frederick Lowe who also, the State Officers Training Conference -I "Have you hod on -". "'. duckupr
chua County Teachers of English Bishop Science Club had elections school: will be accredited or at at the Halloween carnival on collaborated In creating the and also the State' I ctnttyf" See I preftiuonol btdciwnd*'*
Workshop, in Mrs. Pire-I at their recent meet I In g. least evaluated within the next Oct. 29. The T. H. S. Cheerlead internationally acclaimed h 11, Leadership Conference.She "Inturanc 80 I" noliNATIONAL Ajtnf I! 'tomorrow I Look fat 0w
nlan's room, were Beverly I Elected for 1964 IMS i c h ool two y e a r s. We wonder I f I ers report that they spent a 'My Fair Lady. The original Is presently employed by ,..... I.UOI
Buckley Beth Correl, J a Die I year were: President, Jane'changes will be made and what most enjoyable time at tbe Broadway cast of "Camelot" In- Gainesville! Mayflower as well MOTICTION WIOCNt
Cunningham, Linda Haguewood, Stubbs; Vice President, Lorrle they will be Oh, this organized homes of the Inverness cheer- eluded Richard Burton, Julie as acting as president of h t r ... .-.1.i I
and Martha Mitchell. Wright; Secretary Janice Leo- world! leaders last week. Andrews and Robert Coulet. I Ics!: class. ____





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i i CIVIC THE ACTIONASSOCIATION TIllS IS. ----- -- -" -- -'. ,I I Swaps GOPcr Barbs Cain ,i $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ WeD $ $ $.$ $:$R''

I Our Town'V I I With(AP)DemosMIAMI Former Sen I Prixeivord Puzzle Corner '

OF GAINESVILLEAn Harry P. Cam It-Wash., who

U By JEAN CARVER II backed Democratic President last Week's
.j organiaztion devoted to responsible Dear Republican!, citing position of providing loyal, Johnson In Tuesday's election
local government will I 1, TW arlio for Hi* aorrort Mlutlm Nw MIISWOHO PUZZll SM*.
sponsor on Although you didn't ask, one opposition as they rebuild I I : criticized Haydon Burns' part In H M cor...' miUKii to rorf.< M wia' Suitaoyi ouuio/ Ida Mkiy Mire. rill
informal talk
, M,. Arnold Butt by jf the sometimes dubious benefits Certainly there is no better example the campaign and drew criticism PrhetrordExplanations; 'r' ;a IM twsMM wino/ry .:.vonl MI sov.d.bMM Mm.dahN wbwMbse.. 10 TIle Ww
of loyal opposition than 1,.. F.cM, MW. tn oitri bee, N sin will .dd.t 10 mss 'a,..
Chairman of the Plan Board.entltlod of columnizing Is the opportunity in return friday. w eewl su.ie: U rocoivoc mm hom. oilvoro. < ,:,, ., dx: torn mIS
Charles Hulley Without the m .IVU1M .
to advise. I TM ....7.. ot ...., VI MC* musk for ttw Comctty tOutt MIZoV
The Changing Face of Gainesvilla"A It's the Ann Landers Dear power of the Democratic label Cain who now lives in Miami WORD 'UIII I. II more IKM mm corroct MlvrMt 10 o _/, (unit 'k) tocMvM.
study in city planning Abby complex I suppose and finances Holley Injected Issues said Burns failed to support Mat glulwn. IM set. .. mmv woe' M .,.1..... oqvolly among HUM auomlltlnt Its., (on
and and I Johnson while I
names events In "forthrightly"
I But Tuesday's election Is a TIES ACROSS: 4 sow mo what was probably the st ate's making his own successful cam Sloe mo wad iMwffl you rMnk Ml lilt mo ci a aoHnlMon. COle out ma fun:
natural for counseling
some ......
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Tues.NOV. for .e Mneami Mt/ell.' Mete kd ue .MMwllle _.I.5515
I greatest two party campaign paign governor on same 1. CURVED not carved, The ..
p.m. pointers.If n.aSil a mil MI oo occooiMuo. This aontoM H ooo>. on ...,,110 Tile
for the governor's manse. ticket Cain said also that Bums "modern tendency I Is" towards Klllon, M .... Mgn Mioll.. kt less. ona all oonlouanri loklnf port Muse
I local Republicans don'tread I 5 aroo fa octn* mn nviiiw M a _II.,. ot onlry. All (Deb, totoiiia mo
I had blocked Florida appearances "lew" CURVING and NO atoaorty ot H.O ,
10. 1964 some optimism for' theirparty's Charles Holley was no dreamer carv OMmvino Pubiuixnt ComiMny one. rwa tan M roMim
scheduled for Johnion'srunningmate ing. ,.,.. .. .
about the race He was frank I. Anrw ._ M It* Odnowliio uoiMilrw. '
County Commune loom, Alothyo County C..rth....., 4lk Floor future here In the over- Sen. Hubert Hum-! -11I.. m.y M : MI. _NN, Omaony ana eel' '
whelming GOP vote In T u e sday's about the outlook without being) : 7. RELIVE not revive. Since
jphrcy of Minnesota. *' em "'** "".* *. . .
WELCOME n mo oor
or) of
election the one party pessimistic. But from the be-' I he might well revive It I from ..,*.> Mill H "?n o ,MrlM. ..."" ..... M PrlioMr **... OoMmllM a Mir-orr" km
A shut formal "' ..,,". will ...4. Ko Silk domination deserves to thrive. ginning, he ran to win because I!I Warren Goodrich chairman of I I,time to time In his memory, ,S.,,..0.. pr.rbnnni.m ",. Gs.an Oren..("t't 101 st'm>>*-, ""l 01"CO"".,All"II ontrlH*, lie, eol 10''monrllM M OHflBW, hM low<,..IfK...

Only six precincts of Gainesville's he thought the Republican par-'|the Florida State Dt'mocratici(RELIVE Is favored. air miss'N must e m lit w._.,.. M,M. ."_.111. ass. alc..oNw lea.. _
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& tow ""lot lbw II' oF.y.d M we MIIII.
17 supported the Johnson- ty should replace the Dem Committee, commented 1",1ot twwd III onooloooi so ml to ccopltd..

The Fun Store To ShopEATON Humphrey ticket, although the ocrats. ; Cam was a welcome ally. ..sen'l I human I. PRAYER\ not pla>'er, Asa IKN" fIooro vial.,co lit..?!L anee....*.... >.....Me con. me _'...
six were enough; to carry the there aren't it appears that he has now I being possibly, but as muY not Mae Nun P155 mole ki oocn _'Irdti _'.

Democrats in the city Democratic Charles Maybe Hollejs around who any are,, turned, as he said he would to,'a player there Is no natural CY.D.a.k.a e .ew --.: ...=.:ml,5:: = :,' '= r.- 10 0.1
'linkIth "humility. FRAY. ..., lot as ,
to rebuild the "'
@flW workers point out. time and attempting Isle wits! "' 1<0 .......
1t? willing to take the
1tF ER makes sound
a answer.
It would that continua- lican Party of Florida 0.
appear RtPUb-1 w-; 10 _
sacrifice a few dollars to boost ISIS '
% b, ma a's'j'apm 'MM155W5' ""' 'IIIZIWOI"
Ion of the hard = : nnno pN,
O ..
same organized 0 'UUL' MN s.d
: a two party system In Alachua : "Throughout the t. TRIM: not grim or prim. Y7 eons
work for the GOP could bringa
County. Gov.elect Burns steadfastly and "A working nurse" (I le., one is n. 0..11I. '"..
fawrosa e1. ltiM 10 .
PAPERSare 10 working Gainesville two and- party Ala system c hue If not, it's a bit hard to ex- repeatedly expressed his support employed not retired Is generally Ron r ..,.is./be.r .q.:r.i..::..e.bb, 0557 .,.... eruct III OIl' pub5Mwd.Y. Sprapaeu........
the to be TRIM In
County. pect much sympathy from the for the Democratic ticket, as he I type
whiners who decry o 1 put It 'beginning with Lyndon appearance, "more especially"an Puzzle No.
The benefits are too gloriousto monop y "when she Is on duty. There : 43
Baines Johnson down
right to
politics and try to sub s l tit i ut e"wolf"
Imagine. the courthouse.' )Is no reason at ..1II\ ) suppose
Issues rather than differing
Incumbent complacency Is a from the clue wording t hat Clip and fa
if a en 0 4e Poitcardt1
PEOPLE PAPERSEaton's common disease. And 31 Incum- political philosophies. Burns' office In Jal'ksonvllle.1 "she may appear" grim or

bents on Tuesday's ballot were where he is mayor, said Burns prim whether "on duty" or not.

given no reason not to be complacent. Egg Market was not available for comment 10. AIM not vim. The position I 7 CK

on Cain's statement. A spokesman of vim dots not come In Itself

A slight glimmer appeared In JACKSONVILLE (AP-) The said he did not believe to provide "you" with anything ELI E A_ R

a write In campaign for one Northeast Florida Egg Market Bums would comment "in the interesting to do. AIM Is more f

office but at best, write Ins prices to retailers: light of the source of the criticism. to the point.IS. WR H A El

are merely Indicators of disgruntled Extra large 4549, mostly 48- .toWhen LEGS not Inll The clue l E_ T H l..

> and dissatisfied voters 49; large 43'H8. mostly 45; me- Cain took the job of does not really apply to "over I I

t However, the growth of two- dium 15-39, mostly 37; small JJ- chairman of the Florida Citizensfor average sized logs," In a general ELL

party politics takes unifiesion. 34. Johnson Committee, he said sense but only when they LA r ro

This means human beings Poultry at farms: fryeri 13Vt; he would rejoin J I Republicanranks are regarded as supports of

Stylistsnd have to put something -Ideals, hens light M. after the election. some kind. LEGS Is vary apt. : N I IT
philosophies. candidate oualifi-
have the
cationsbefore thelrown self If. HOST not cost. The clue AD iO GOO
varied preference of real people mind they mote
the exquiilta design on these quality piptrs. Interest and personality con- WN! 900GRIDIRON word, "extravagance," I la normally -.
flicts. related to the person payIng
Thit'i why It li 10 easy to choose s pononillty-pirfoct Belief plays a big role. out the money (e g.,.HOST) a

itylinj for lUll about everyone on your gift 11.,. ..end inch One ot the primary officialsin "Excessive," say, would bet. EL

a plenuro to choose for younilf too. the Johnson campaign in Ala- ter apply to cost. Post Is t too I R E 1 1QD

Do leo our varied selection soonf Modtrotafy!" 'c.d.EATON'S chua County was frank about vague _

his lack of enthusiasm for Lyn- E lN I N
19 WILY not wild. WILY Is thestronsl'
Fine Letter Papers"THE I don Johnson. (t1 t I" 'c' I'5' ( SYNDIC*!! I
answer, since no pArticular
I Rather, he was supporting the "fertility" of "m I n d" II you ere not now o honw-doilvvrorj tubtcr.bor -
Ideals and and traditions end would like to have The Sun
ntedl'd0 WILD
produce Uritd check boo, Fnta Bona tor
of the Democratic party. I home d.Poeed
"schemes. lubKiibors. S.o Rule No. 2
Certainly there must be Republicans I \

OFFICE who are anxious to regroup 21 SHEARS not spears, I Name

and rebuild their party Through mishap, "in hand

around similar Ideals, ling, possibly, "SHEARS could ltr.o ,",vlIIlI.,
programsand cause quite nasty wounds" cer Moll 101, ,.'.....4 C.".... I I
EQUIPMENT CO. INC. traditions associated with The Ciimxlllo, Ivoloi ,
the GOP. t tainly. This sort of phrasing II Sf, &ili, ,...lllo.,, SU. ,
Alachua County and G a Ines- too mild to suit spears, as Irth- :
vole Republicans are In the exSHOPSHOP 1.1 (1ft 3t..n, PhonoMiOWOfO I
"' 111... '24. SPADE not spare. When It

Is being "attached" at "a" Pelt .j

new 'handle," It Is not regarded --.- .-.......-.......-...-,
as being a SPARE any
x ; more. SPADE Is fully sallifac- CLUES ACROSS

." r : SHOPIN tory I. From the point of view of a comfortable drive, they art t

23. POST not pose. POST la the hardly Ideal

stronger answer, since pones Is
GAINESVILLE GREENBACKSWINNER considered to suit "men of ac 7. After I controversial decision, a boxer might not conceal I II

F Drop off your dry cleaning one tion" (e g, a boxer In a spar: his that he had actually won, .

Jti0 ring posture) may still be I. There are times when, by refusing to -, a man could give (
your way to at any quite "conventional." a bad Impression.
Contest No. 5
of our plants, and pick it up
am: DOWN 10 Being a setback, U could just be temporary

.' t) oji your wed homa. JERRY GATES U Stick or staff
2. REAPING not reading
3 DAY SPECIALS Mon. Nov. 9 Tues. 1022 N.W. 4th AVE. "A. of hli 14. Usually one can't expect the air In an ancient one to be
e : Nov. 10, Wed., Nov. 11 part vacation, a lad fresh
may be QUITE HAPPY" when

trying his hand at REAPING:, 15. Drawing or diagram

yes "A lad reading" on "vscation"
4 LONG GARMENTS such as CONTEST RULES Is presumably doing so II.fault Though with acceptable It. Just to be difficult, a man may find

for pleasure and, therefore, Is
t Meet .. .x'. ID ion 10. ... Ce _OIl ii ...... $54.55M ENJOYING himself.
17. If It happens to Itch scratch III!
F55.u en sans usem. /" Wend.TM
DRESSES (plain) TOPCOATS 'oo s.n.,.. .ee wee IIIto
,da e tor lM .mi". 4. FEAR nut near FEAP. It II. Parent
S. All onlnoi moil mind a .5win 54 vw ... to .55155re
m..e ? me .......... see .'_. a _....5.,. of apt In I mure absolute/ sense!
OVERCOATS ROBES ... Fare eon 5. Mda.d r.t..5 we ..,., .... nest I.rwt IU will\ handy, "like to have Mi 22. Great can naturally bring great benefits,
.... Mol .
we .e/Wm .ytfi seen "e min am 155n.n.
were 01 mo ..._... ens..5dS'ss.. ales.I .. cronies ndar him" all \the lime 24 A storekeeper might come to notice I girl who In front
S. WM tot oatry Ion Mo orrruo "Wier be let Hear la not god
.... of his window day
S ma. Iwmime.. A' w Tnwwq '- use every

,5S met, e,5 ko OHieM em, .ise.M _0 was aid, M u.....M lor-me.. beeIs. wane- S. FIRMS nit films. The eon icerstion U. Would probably be frowned upon at i conventional art show
Mrem's .-. .... ada.N, m* TM>. OIN oo a of what these "haveto
4 for $298 5o. mows w Im oose -wrier nsa onus ... M sineM
are ...... M a PM" PAe.A .. a Ho ... arm ewe mm offer" Is more apt In the (ttESIXWNi:
A. m.d..e.d..amsne d5u a.waT. -lOt lito cane of FIRMS "Certain forrljn 1, With machines a factory, It will probably mean fewer II
SS.uS.nNI. a. o.i mole
_.. films ARE men are required to operate It than another
... .* limo' to OMIT. A OOT bind MN Mii.r Mme jLlts limply similar plant.
T.... 10 W soul 10 IM MBbor fcMiy COMOMWO SMOMM "out of the ,
ordinary making'he
Men's or ladies suits counted as one garment. ol eras "_. oocnOHn (,w5 A11 s.snss oil be.55. t A worker can hardly be without authority.
... clue word "to offer
> rMMt 00 OMltM H 0 er..n, s5 mameee siperfluous. -
Hot let a .. S.. OIl .e ,rMm 4. Hasty or foolish.
a. TIM rmo wilt kt MOTOMM ew.o ISIS em II
M 00 MO M OlCionum Tae
.- ,Moos.. .-...... d m Drama "'oM 5u OMIUM his .. REQUEST not bequest The I. When a spm-lal Is needed, It may take lime before one
M Mo ottMl KOTO ofMojhokroMor w w .arise 155,5 .m feet that 'a Is can be
man d'ln' m.Ismly procured.
.mo .. mew cue to _... ia. in.el. .
/a.mu. C .1.e m SC .. N '-'''' of 1INrf. lends weight to any PE.
SHIRTS I. In doing so, the aim Is to be prcclM.I .
(b"uti'u"y laundered & finished) QUEST hi may' make. "Dying"

U is point fur \bequest If the doctor' says you're -, you'll hardly argue.

GRIDIRON GREENBACKS I )13 P 'LOWING not blowing With II. He's not very clever

SINGLE I 25 FOOTBALL CONTEST i .ilrwing.' :arm would call it II Part of body.

No. 7Dpi" Spray" r 1111.', than "..Ilrr.10' ." t 14 Wound as with a dagger

I ,\' FLOW..G links up more "11 Although not wanting to sell It, a man might certainly be
of ArsasyD upecifically with! "the DECK." tempted iflt's a big offer.M .

2 or More ea. 22* o (eaten Coli.. ot Mien Co %.0. LOSS circumstances: not .less,"In one"redpc.d hardly -- 21.. One Al the of conference(he planets.table It may pay I politician be ao.

H.., ot Duke Co 13. Form of address
I continues !oJ enjoy 'ill sorts
O. Clamorous noise.FHEE.
VPI) ot SyNC.I' Co of luxuries," but rather In "reduced"

measure LOSS, therefore

I ALL DRY CLEANING DONE ON PREMISES Mkhigen ot 10"0 CC Is stronger than lets. ( WOKI LISTTHIS

MichilII Stele ot Notre Dense Co Solution Lost Week's

Ptusl.C '.
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4
Geeegi. at Aebure CC R'V''n F/FQ: PUZZLE
AXErv: pet e 'IEF'
On. One One One Mitt.; stete tt LSU CC ,, MA. V E' AMA ULICf [)(FECT MARS SHAVI

HourMartiniiina HourMortinizing Hour HourMortiniiing 01, Miss It T.u"... CC p N Tp 'M I iJJ kilO socml Mr DIN AUCDMNrSMMOCCKNIST SHILLING
Cleaners A l I'" to S 1 E
4 I it ICOMiSOONi nwn NEWER Sift'
T..Ie.o at Ve.d..bilt CC v 'A S T SiLid FIRED. PASSED SOLE
319 NW 130 NW lie N. 1444 W M ..egi'rw cat FIT AUUO SOLO
Maie. St. U.k. A ,. SMU .t Aekeuee CC
A" "
nth St. Oth o r 'I (; I CHIN/ HAND HAN snuiNa
t L'v P 0

NAME . . . . . . . : .1 I I 00 SNARE WILLSlinday.

ADDRESS . . . . . . .

I I .P1.......*. Odorless help ys sent dry_ We cl.trey.-.better i.y PU-S'OT FRESH k, always AS. A MOTHPROOF"rLOWI"ia, raar-IN every alelivery JUST tanwant ONI,recelai MOUI.t"'t."with,yea.nmJTfQlCET dry. CITY Ti.-Breekert. .fie.. Stat. ._STAn.H.-C.-- Stt. .. .. : $ $SS$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I.

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mnzsWk- v. 'r Sun_ To History Describe Of To Besdn Un ited Church of Christ I

RELIGION L nitarlansOevcf tt liar iXlt -'?-.-"'t t.Lal ...!!w.,1 .t ."'watt; .t1,SlrntIIS IL Kdrr aiiit Mfc amt anti jpww .& .mluvn.'jtug oj ail Tit Lmted .TIurr.m.lf a rare

\ W Brnfit. mnuter at:later rf 2urc:; :..jntt: w-t ?r...+1M, .41id4antIte tilt "'y..Mr*. ScuMrt K AtkJuk tot Ear It nlidltrld: a I teal yntttt of toCturetuH Cungrcaanea" I
IIIIt Cmtarair> Cnurlt! of .,, were .h .tft fpiafr! In fcamawBa-* 1MDcAM1d; ._ iiaat. lit attm n.IIa < -"" ","!;, ,,, -- day at ..m. -a tat !innonrI >rtg* 'bait i ..-.Ci. It t appicadate :D ml1l1er ant Beformeif Qure
...._ : u. the mpbn8Ui\ of die DntadChutrit .
ti 'day I Qvtng IS
Crawssanfflim Wll1.tt. '
rf Gmtaran
mum tidoktniwt
i I nut
\ \I. ----
.. "#I .. ... .. TItt. wit 5s tker Isn1r 1.1"leIIi I but Oratians tailing
... gnwn hoe nrrnitH' r J2tntt ,' church
t ,; :_ :: ]etch i.: QLgaeCllais Wiift: shah: W7ic lit a
KWfjtrs! Sump and an. MBI sewn. w 'bar iucnik ,twnut I tIIlJlJW& the trllilliuns It t .Nt u. 1S-I9 t 7J3 P.M.UNIVERSITY ..
jilt timnlM inlets" :ntaran aeratlal ..uamttedtNc.v frowituir. ut cuuwaiiiiv andIhiugitt -
son ar'ijlnamdion: ;a:tHe / : bniugtit/ : to qua wuntr? '
will' !!tI'.rb.mat I t. Smniilh :. : 1JreII eot. rwa_ rr iiad by law mlfinra: duuiilnj; lilt I
'hws; and wIC! telt also ofMe te? eM ibauantpuUoapd! : t2aUt0 ,
k., Wit !HUM* ut momtMiatUff aid
trends in: :Ihunl Bf IIID& 3rer fDyleri; 1.0' :tIltllll l 1 i''cuuwunt lt.. awn muuhtec ft BAPTIST C1IIRCH
Sow prusutant/ of die Cr.Jmo.1! tint "low I. neeaui 11t. so Pt 'remits the tturaments and ;
l X JI.H' a >faAaa.i rm-t Pttu7dtgtaths, I lorttra of other demmuoaiioiaKnr : 1632 NW 6tft ST. fj t Ii
I Unit 2m I aadiiiHMJ. and. : mated at: .bm pergndt l1cw.. I1crUarIIR : J:
: .1J4I1" 11 e w tta Tlenlaat [J a. l the Iithinnf, !taut Chard ei w 1 MISSIONARY
3.HtMiC! whirr he Sink has .ilea' lQMtJIl'IIItII1t'! : ui: halt 1J1IrIIia I '.-.-" ... ....11- ;
jw" iit IBM H. tae annex:awmm rantrrttw -..-.s.-........ I M
I ;*nr nf *. f"rr ..ntafanTliir .er n lies. can I ...
nrft a.ar. '.anmrntttw' sites.... J1ttt 11II- FUNDAMENTAL c. .. "Qq a
T .
't ,tf Dalian '!ai !tier
mllfl1UItJ"I a. Vita and "'..... ........ a..l .I'.. S11rn.a I ,
iirir 'n Qr'iuiitu' + !!JIlt : -
snminif DI GaAa Hal' IV'IN' DI': ,ant: :Wrx. .. ---ate
Hit wilt fk hef are the :marlait -
UiuwnaUst ftilowjtan -
It MM .W IMS.! Jvc. JUC
..tut art tawrwnrf are w fcennw.

F 0
i Odf anw. rftarsfe emnmimdt
writ b* loud wan
'heIr %

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hb l-l Christian ,
1 \
Salute* Lavnunu h ,

!I Hear Dean Hale
;w \V
[ fnc Qrstlait Ourc WSitcim f ::mime
Awou at 1EJq.'ttlr Jt
I will aiti erne ""layman Sltttaf Jltiritilikaiinuateifi:iFr' .:::rr-r.aser.: if1 I IMnPt

Ground Breaking ae mrta?'* mnrung: wrie =
at U aTsioek! :
T"i!. jumr anmkflr wit! toe DrLtatu .
B\uldintl C mmuMum CHamnaiv. i E. Cnwhr aced L Haler Com of b
tJt. past w. tA. tar W. X :!tttari.r famfe pawn !MoatSunday dent irfairs at IIIIt Cmvamtyrf

lit ground I AruJtinc ctrvmnwy fur th font fiorda. Cr 1i ILe'. tuII11ICt
Idditinlll"k.: SCutiaet's Ollfttt hcaW
Epuleitpel aft2t.941 "
m Wha'i ut Garjt JUnunit
I :chW j.1rtt .k. (1I..cnrtlil. is IIJIdft'lr1:1: ew .ctekimL tort* falter laymen am the

rfiiituiiul claimrnnin fee allnrdh Mo4re and progant wilt I it L.Z Iurnetie.Rarry .
Way art d. anllltftU and XtKinp Cennt'cwntiMat' HL IGr'gu. JCh* Cu&r-
':* i I. tS. ntrurt !iumrvmtaurwry .gwet! Gar U. gs'a .tnt eb well bit "two' ipwrsol miimrai! ir I s ittbrr : t

itnei as tf ,_ *. PUMPKIN PIES Fresh Pork HAM v

Europe Mission DirectorTo ':::' 29 f! Whole


Speak at 1st Baptist -: : or Half 39 I

Dr Jihn a RUifiitr rftrxrtnril Iullr.IIU/! Saptur Qunlt.A LB.

4wrti 1I'1I SaptiHt muwlnni Limit! CamUnian. Br Built47 -
sock in Eanp and the meddle waff linn In C ftRfad) !but APPLES
Cant> t.a pruarlt. at the rntBaatxt jrrr 19 at! Jnrft Axuaita. K* ....,." ..,IC
Oiursft day at ant rested the ctgtnr( If ana ORANGES
nit Tdft >at. HiMpwvlm: cute fine Farnan! CVnvir- Backbones 49//
tilt manila In: a milfirMi *- eta &wmJle 1 r. ice na*' Grapefruit
and tan !been prudent of tar of mfnii7 thin f. itl tt'r x>m IIIH ..aiwi SJCBS UNT*
the BitfrnatianaE l !Dflae Tim.fofeaC .. 4f. rt lapme "Dmftipcaf Semis
Sanitary In luwft.BJtnnv f. .:;>:'..::..-.. airy n t.1I II91IIe.. ly tint : Pork Chops u 5 9x
Jwtfiwrterdt.Cr : ;
maIl* of arts and Aictnrjttilomiphy It
BuU7! was aowunnxt &y /than Cilumtti Cm. .;4-

the 1<11'114II 3GI IM Inert orEKT .*''ntty: Non Titan City amian 5 49xRsh
"I:tSl the tap Cue a.IftlqltC i.... binary da.tnr rf dirtuty2nm'srmat I
i ante to RuaaiA. but war rlll'lllntt'1. -
-Wtlr'4 War C and the tiltwarprsvettdnf ( 1'geana'
P'lar to nummularymmit ag ..
Slat After airtime "! "
ft* !tauiint at: ItciininndArartnny a" ;+1'.m..m.
and pniitwar wart underthe .LJqn tI. Cau and : Sticks' 3 X1 ".as .i-et, JICof..... 'riot
rated JUUnn abet and
..rwrf rf ...
ace puma dnirtitMin -- -

altalldltarlns middle ;aeries A.tnu manic iatrarntuin ,e.. He tCHZT !na.Ifcmirlty fie I* audmr and Suit rf _Candr 1I'1oInib. : r. eP .41 ,"", ,,,, ,. , carved a* a mimfiuiarr in Lint offciat! mired tti* 19
1 teta< tf "Tliilifwiia -
loam Pr mt early tIlt ttuniiiftUK ;3e churches of that maitre: .
rHnni: n Spaia.: run
!. Fie iunmf the tmUy at: JU *. Arne rf Sn eleThnt i an in Cman and cut in Spa... EXTRA EXTRA FRESH
SuiKttUkiut w Dfil and became arcs. : wrwary ft* was a mura- lads fie In cumntly urtJcnij! a TC.1/wZ1r7E STAatIItS TOO VALLJi 1TAJA1'S BEANS
Mininar prudent III CMAfrmnat her of the tad!. ennuniMw rf I tank POLE

"IIUII" engagements MId the Eunpitam BMQCM heaters in CarnamICn. ......---- ....... -..7tH. iwla M.e -.1.r1
niailnna lave ealUit dm. ehiurnan rf the nrpnixtdnit Hkujftry' la the burner t3erilt Cabs Ts ter Steaks
tint Sv tide Baptat f tit>9Earnpe f rf Curoptan\ IjpKat; ttiovInfcat ...
K* !:IIJ'IUI1nll' on !&ct *arJl"ri. CD thatr.wan Tiny have !bur tuldreu Xn. w r.,_ -Ii w r1..._ ey
fllfII d the [iris Curtau H,
rf ice nmnjiMinn lilt nllijloiwihiTtV
Stpiim Palms. ills CaiAHE. )
.um/ et stamng Ltshaas .01 I and humus (114)161, ) rf
Anna CUalMdt and lira
tacit was alUI1ItS rat taw! whet' !hit: Baonut lir'rf XiUaict. and Trances: EXTRA 229Rolls.
a. and a Tramp X. f tJl ell i chairman rf ** feminine K I I T0 VALUt.. ST 4JIVS ,,/

VI! ..-........ -... 1-
Graham CaravanerTo ,..... .f Pn.yetCt CnaII4. Settw -

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tsri .
b,ippMs. ........ j r__ N fi
Speak at UF
a 1t.1 is." "Mom ._" ._- ---- .... ..

member rf the B'elt'l ass Dr Halts .:11 I ;read a au. _eaww rc-fIOI sf .a1Mo .. i EXTRA I EXTRA eft teat '"'''i'w "w 5thl 7x .24
tans -r.am> tr: M.Lin< in r h e HIM V'IUII\ : the Sigma Onit ..... ... ,..,... TO'YAUJtSTAJiUS- TO YA1.UtSTAMPS
I .lUtI Scares bar Li., mnncfta trinity seere he wIlt e.r a ..... ..... .... ''j' .:::;. ....:: :: .::: .:. 2'ct49'
.. ..
::1 Mrsad f. .. : < _.
.t ft* u the liw nM be.rW Dinner; Fw 3 SMieI,
r..rirfa +!"ampiM ntii Nod br ...
wtenmf tmuap unaunt ill rJi** 1. ean -- ,- -- Rolls 39'
talks and niufrnrn tf .a. sled hr >wun wed fey the bur \ ttftjDr Fm 'a ....w. ,sf... 'lI'oIIIocat''aaatwaae.ape .. -- --- -.I b.. Iif\r\ ,e__
: aew.o.wa
Qr1IIt.ian .1Jn'll\a00 '\\f4lfll1l'lt1ay. the apraJkrr\ sill -nmd ad aea ...
/iiar AMU Hat* rffriifia -
will one to CamoiTrtE attend a tUntit icaunar finm n maLaP. "f1o. T_ ;&"ai' Eia s'.Se.
trw Aflaau Tuesday, bar a taAiy ... newts to A a ax. at the Pn*. ... 111 .e'.ever... nees ..
ftjtcrati Center and a stuiiMCfTTuo ire na w t r
ftay. B0 Lat anart. Fnr-
&KUIWIW at HUM Lilt :-.t._ es .'*'Wat IIIIJ
ida rf bnwr Var. .
nprtWftt.1C'tf "' : a ro..e 'arii
scar aniwunctiin act..ft. le.e .d a. an sf .n.t
Pi IT r.r. d Mil ....r ..easyA0.
speaker as CDao
parr..c..rcirJ nary .. .
.w. ."'" .drnra :
student d IICoaIta d r. a.111I arnie ell 1I'nI1I1ftIaI. I aa' w5 renew ." Pte I..
and give a Uk: Mticlti t It eJuda 14 'I'A'In. preada: t. 7M., e... -.a via anarn.w
(hriaalaelty CrtdiIIlc-...,.. Lib Cdrww&: seeymaiM.. w "Meru- an' Paw. .
4ar at T pja at the ITtsft?. Rotar Vatbtri aid Jw Pint acrd 5't':o.eat. a .win y ie ere Pier_
IifNIl Scorfnrt CRKCT Tin i puMc Rlauuw. Dr J. HJMMWntfaX -tea.
II\fttIIIc .. t. apes to 'k eI \ la aeuUr a crier hr tmaW7t. : 110
** nrpnwarjwi.Holv 'is_a. 1 nct as i ..
ii. we ..ItI. .aw i

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Furniture Co. Gainesville Production Jim Voyloi Appli.n e Co. JeHcoot Neon Signs McDuff Appliance' Store Reymend L. TenlnerlGenerel --
Mr.John W. MtDanul Credit Aiiotietion Jones fir Ann Voylei Mr Hubert C.JoMcoot Mr. C. Boyd Grsan. Contractor
1206 N. MoInStMe Mr. Henry M. Fraioo 419 NW. StSAvelodcock 1611 S. Morn St. 1121 N. Man St Security Building bat
4310 SW 13th St. I II05W, UniverityAve' w
'. Drive-In Reiteurent
J. A, end H. p. McCormick FurnitureAssociate ALP Feed Store $te4
133 E. UnivemtyAve. McCollum Drug Company Store leitorFortridflo Royal Crown lorllmj Co. Cerlton'e Dairy
1124 W. UmverityAve, Gipbi Furniture 601) S.W. 2nd Ave Mr. Jim Hod"." 930 NE. 1 4th Ave,
1324. UnivtrtityAvt. Mr. Kenneth M. Gibbi 1201 C UnivenityAve, James JoII"..". p
Holiday !Inn Restaurant 102 S W. I I.t Ave Henhol Gains
General Gains Steak HOMM Wmn.On 10 Stores f
Mr. John H. Hmtermliter, Jr. Jim SondereConitruction 130 N W. 6th St.
1990 S.W. 13th St. CoMr Gertner'i. Inc. I 1410) N. Main St, Town & Country Beauty Control Hairstyling Coli.,., ew
Jo met L 5.....,. Mr. Harold R. Gartner- Solon 'Inc.
.ro.II',T..o" Service 2604 N E. 19th Drive Mr. Virgil W. Harvard Aihley Beauty Center M,. Od.1I Hi....
Mr. Robert E. Brown 1133. Mon Sr. Mory Carter Feint Store 3424 W University" Ave 218 SE IsIS. ..
1206 W. University AveColemon Robert & Nolan Gerard
Crow..,'. Nursery Fuller Fete. Inc. 501 N W. 8th 1\...,
Kermene fir Fuel Mr. G. H. Crowder M,. Bert H. Devie Jr. One Hour Mortimainf end
Orange Heights Rood 619 W Umvernty Ave Gainesville Nursing CenterS CI..""*
Oil W 34th St North ef William I. Von Winkle.; S,.
Guorenty Savings
Mr. N. L Celtm four GOrnssvtlle, Locations
372.2842 Comb Lumber & Supply Co Cr Loon Association Artier RoodHenderion
Gainesville Coco ColoBottlino Mr. A. L. Comb M,. Leo J. Themes
Co Mr. Wm. f. Combs Meroble Srudiee-FertreitFnoteerephert
> Fieron Inc. 929 E. University Ave .
Kirkpetrtck N.W 8thAve ot4thSfSunnvlond Lend & LumkorCo
hilcl." .... Developeri University City Television Mr,. H. M. DeTomble r4
1308 S. Md.nSfChandler Gainesville Livestock Morkit Pecking Company Coble C.. Inc. Mr. RebuMen; L. Htndenon 602 N. MoinStHeword .
Mr. Lonnio H. Thompson Mr. Themes !. Hardae 522 N. Morn St. 2303 N E. 27th' Ave.

'! Dri..I"1I.tnr."t N W. 6th' St. I 1120 S W. 5thSt' Hell Aon y-

University City look IniureneeMr
Mr. T. A. Nieleen Rill'e Moot I.."" Inc. Mr. J. I. FiertonIII6W Firit Federal lariat, & Howard Hell
720 NW. UrhSf. Mnl.i,,'. Auto Gloss Mr. Freak James Univer...lyAveKonpere Loon Ait'n 605 N E. lit St.
Mr. Jones L. Mowldin Ernest Rouahton Mr. T. W.de Harrison
323 N W 6th St. 1001 NW 4th St. 249 W. University A... Merle Norman CoimeMeMoriorte
Urn fir Owens MetonryContractor Co.. Inc. C. Butler
*. Inc. Town Tire C. Mr. Ch... H. Abrams 5 >3W, University; ..,
Mr. H. Cebum Rein Mr. IrnettTurbylill N W. 23rd Blvd Gainesville OpticMrie
Mr. W. R. Ow.... Morf il Typewriter I. Mr,4H AfoncyWilliom 605 NW. 8th Ave MIlO Ole L Rowan Vidal Drill Company

1423 NW 7th SfGomoo'ille 901 N. Mom 51. Fubln SirpermerketLynn bps W. University A.e. W. 1. C..JOIIW. .
Morton Finance Co., Inc. Chapman .. Raur)..i.
Grearfe trMerble Mr. George L Illie22ZW 1014 N. Main St. 102 E. UniverttyAvt.
Wins \Unreerstty A... Hufke & Chestnut ,.""..
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HomeMr.CKerUeS Air Way Dry Cleaners &
M,. D. RerUvedey Th, I. Spooctr
M,. Gereld D. Heere! .,' Mr.13C2-mol N. Morn St. Yellow Cob of Goio... FeW Feir S ..*. Ckeelnut" Wetherette
.2135 S.E. 4rh St. J. Wellete Brown 1349 N.W.lJ'd Ave 18 N.W. flits A... Mr. Willie I. Gletper
.,. ... Phone 376-6411) N. Maine* IOth Ave 202 U. 14th, St.

fdword lu.ldine S.."l'... ,ire*'''i Store
I"e.Mr. Mr. C"-" ,... I. I. M. Field Deportment Store J.r '. Drive-In Restaurant 1.n.a* ...".." Fw*.rel H.", Bank ef Hawthorne .
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Be UnderstandingAbigail ...lrtI.w'lI.t.Ahh'.IUS. i

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DEAR ABBY An elderly widow-woman In our town claims are excellent Your case Is not unusual and should not be L.5 TESTIFY( ATS THE CORPSE-TO-DE TRUST THE.LATE ITSTHE' LEAST
who Is difficult. You recognize problem, are not ashamed BEFORE HE RE'1OVTHE
that If i wedding Is held In church anyone I member your GOLD SPIKE AND .i5vP- RlislGOWHO S 1 I OWN MURDER WITH/ YOUR J) FORA
of that church may attend. She goes to all the weddings admit It and want to do. something. about IL Good luck! DROP DEAD,MAY t HAVE OHEz f- KILLED ME"f\I TRIAL IS A PROPERTY FOR A [I MURDERED|

held In our church because shes a member. And If LAST WISHCNIrF7r (T-1 DIT UNUSUAL FEWMOREDftYci'j) MAN- ,
there Is i reception downstairs, she goes to that, too No DEAR ABBY: I am absolutely' crazy about a fellow andI { 7 r1- ; ,I

one has the nerve to ask her to leave and I am sure on am no good at hiding my feelings. He and I have f-- C t;, ,.
more than one occasion one side of the family thought the been going together for over a year and he tells me he -J 1 r I

other side had Invited her What can be done about a per loves me, but he !Is not the marrying kind. I know I could hr.r ,

son like this? The parson sees her at all the weddings and make him happy If he would only give me the chance.

he must know she Isn't Invited Isn't it HIS place to say How can I get him to marry me? I will do ANYTHING. /

something to her? and I do mean ANYTHING to get him. .r

DEAR MAD: Bart Is clever. lie Is telling that he
DEAR GOER: It would be rather awkward to refuse you .. .
I church member admittance to the church because I wedding !Is perfectly willing to "go with you," but he doesn't wantto It. c. -

was taking! place there However, a reception Is another marry you. If, by hook or by crook you should land -- ---

story. But It's not the parson's plate to "say something"la him remember, you'll have a husband who warned you I OL' DOC 1- AN'WON'T !
an uninvited guest If Indeed anything at all Is to be that he wa n'l the 'marrying kind" -and they make miserable ; WHAT PRITCHARTIS BE HERE TO DO

said, the hostess should say It. The poor woman Is probably husbands. LH TH'SATIDOY NIGHT FIR? GOIN'OFF "., THISTITCHIN'AN'PATCHIN'114E

lonely, and If she causes no harm, what's another glassof S e UH BARN DANCE TO TH' -
punch and a few cookies amid the merrymaking? *....H. IS CALLED OFF, FLATLANOSFER
DEAR ABBY: I have three children, but one Is simply SNUFFV5HI p.WE'LL A

S driving me out of my mind. He is three years old and he I VISITFBOMTHB F f

Is so bad that when I get a sitter, she refuses to come
DEAR ABBY I need help and I need It bad. I am I back again. I took him to our family doctor, but all he

nice-looking married woman with three fine children. My did was give me some medicine to quiet him down (The
husband Is a decent, hardworking man who.! Is good to me.I medicine didn't work) This boy destroys everything he

guess he has been too good to me. He has never cheatedon touches He won't listen He throws temper fits on the floor

me-but I cheat on him. I can't help It, Abby. I seem and even on the street or In a store. We have tried punishing -
to get friendly with other men, and In no time at all I him him rn
spanking taking his toys away, and even'de-
am Involved with them I never thought this could happen him his desserts but
priving of nothing works. He won'teven
to me, yet all one has to do Is look at me, and I fall. take If of -
a nap. one your readers has had a problem
I don't even get a thrill out of It. I wish I could excuse child like mine, I would like to know how she handled him. TO" BELOW DErmoeTMG MUST W( SMALL HEAR
my actions by saying my husband Isn't much of a man, My nerves are shot GRILL AS CLOSE ZERO OP THE AHCTIC.THIS: eE SLOwGRACUAL. EVERY THRILLING I I
but I cant What's wrong with me? I am 28 and I feel Tv THI assn AsPOSSIBLE. ICE WILL SLOWLY WARM UP -AND DONE' WORD FROM
like 100 Have you ever heard of a case like mine What TIRED TO THE TEMPERATURE VOJ WOPRV. YOUR OWN j
DEAR TIRED If don't have ask
you I pediatrician your I OF Tots ROOM.a MY PRETTY RUBY
I do
can family doctor to recommend one. Perhaps your child needs A YOU SMALL LI PS.

"PUSHOVER"DEAR some sessions with a child psychologist In which case a TELL US ALL ,
'PISHOVER" Not many women are # honest pediatrician could help you find one. Whatever you do, don't ABOUT LATER.IT 1 -2.
as you. Yours Is clearly an emotional problem, and with give up and give In. A problem child Is usually a disturbedone. 1A I u

proper psychiatric treatment your chances for overcoming It .
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7:00: O Kentucky Jones working at the space lab I
Morning and Afternoon -
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I:55-ID (Color) Bible Reading O Lassie Ie Joseph and Joan blunt 1:00: O Sunshine Almanac

7:00 Q The Answer 0 Religion in the first episode of a ington. 1:15: O Sunshine Almanac Lr1n

7:30 CD Gospel; Caravan two part story a mon O Huimnlties C.SI
1:30 Q Gospel; Songs t 30 O :" X11x A1.L RIGI 1TWA-'
: grel dog abandoned by Joey Bishop !
I:35 O Governor; Bryant Its owner tries to protect (Color) Knowing how Jittery 1:25: 03 Living Words S- 1 N s

Reports I some sheep from a pack he's apt to become, 1:30: O World Civilization 1 l li 1-

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a Gospel Songs "Two of a Kind. Mareel's I O Local News -
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former compatriotIn 7:05: O Ranger Hal
10:00: O International Zone takes the right psychological the French Resistance I 7:50 O Local News Weather &

O Lamp Unto My Feel tack, her parents asks him to straighten out 0:00: O Captain Kangaroo

03 Relevant Religion can be persuaded to let her son Jamie, lie's a roguish I 1:55 O 03 Political Talk I ,
her Harvardman'
Faith for lad with a taste for I::00 O Divorce Court -.
10:30 O Today Invitation to a
the finer things-like the O Bachelor Father
O This Is The Life L. i
D Eternal Light prom. world's rarest stamp 03 (Color) Romper

11:00 O Image USA. 7.30 O 03 Disney's World which happens to be missIng Room
O Church Service (Color) "One Day at Te- from the auction gal I 30 O Jack Benny I 1 COULDN'T NAVEMISuNDERST00D stIT WHAT arr.
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03 Rocky and Ills 03 Jack La Lanne WHY, so! RUTH KN'T THANKS, MRS. I K OUT OF TOWN"I NER IF I CATCH UP .
Guest Cast I Includes
Friends dawn to dusk activitiesof 10:00: O Make Room for DOWN HERE WITH ME,AM! Mmeco! ..rLL'- HE SAID, "AND I1.L T WITH NERT I DOW?
wild creatures alongthe George Hamilton, Ida Lu- Daddy TOOK OFF FOR THAT< SEf HER SPEND THE MORNING J* WANT HER TO THINK 1
11:30 O Silent Service Snake River in Grand plno, Patricia Medina, EH IAWYER OFFICE A MINUTE J LATER! PUTTING THIS Roots rM SPYING /
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i::00 O Revival Filmed on location i In Douglas Reggie Nalder fem.I. .
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03 Bugs Bunny O Candid Camera I i!a'b o U
Cabot narrates.O .
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U:30 O Oral Roberts "I've Got a Secret" panelist
O Football Highlights My Favorite Martian Betsy Palmer plays a 10:SS O 03 News
Graves Martin accompanies Tim lady dentist who i h ayes 11:00 O OD Concentration

to a local coffeehouse, her patients; a "Talent: o Andy Griffith

ID Movie where he plans to record Scout" harasses members O Come On, Let's Read -1 D I\\
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t:00 (D Johnny Quest Jimmy Durante headlinesthis styles of Jumping rope. O lAve of Life r I = +
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Nightmare" Nipsey Russell I, singer 10:30 0 What's My Line I!:U O News

m Movie"Fixed Jean Paul Vignon, Lo n- Comedian Stan Freberg\ 1!:30 a 03 Truth or I IfI

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4:00 O Danger Is My Bun! "Bachelors comic Richard 11:00 Q News, Weather, O Search for Tomorrow _
Mr, Pastry" llearne,
ness Sports I 113:4J O Guiding Light
pianist Tiu and her
"Test Pilot"O O NeuDIColtlrl I
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Pr* Football singing dancing company ( ) Newt, Weather 12:SS O m News
Eagles: vs Rams the j u II ling Del 1:00: Q News, Weather fA
ID Mr. Novak Ray Brothers, and Brl-I O Midday I
no the Clown. 11:15 Q Movie
Visions of Sugar Plums 03 TV Bingo i
"S I n Francisco. ((1936))
After 13 of vagabond I
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O'Rourke section of San Francisco 1:15: O Focus t I' TMsAP
Charlie wantsto 60 SEE MA D TD TILL
flowers in the
get back Into teaching picking In 1905, a cafe own- O Leer V Escribir If W1 NltTMG }
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US: Q Film Short a priest become InvolvedIn Make a DealScleneAI syyEU 2 P'UTCJTrr
her shes breaking the each other lives. O Edmunds
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ticket when the park policeman MacDonald Spencer T r a- O Humanities C5tI i
(Color) "The Phil m 0 n I I
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tours the apawt i n )g 03FSU Football-Peter I 2:N E) 03 Loretta Young

Phitmont Scout Ranch 03 Broadside son Filmed highlights of O Password .

owned by the Boy Scouts Commander Adrian tries the FSU Houston game I Celebrity guests this week I r. ..
In New Mex- to off the A
of America, scare the girls are shown. are Hume Cronyn and

\ko bland by pretending that 11:31 O Peter Guns Jessica Tandy.O .
1:300 (D G-E College Bowl the enemy's poised for an Lets Kill Timothy" Slxa Off

(Color) Queens (N. Y.I) Imminent attack. Gunn is given the rare assignment 2:3* O 03 Doctors .

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S.OO O Monday Welli Evening in-law Bill Jarls's bowling len, Henry Morgan and cast Includes Jack Kelly Ingly similar plans Can Opera- singer R I chard O Arithmetic O Quest For Adventu]

Fare alley shut down. Guest Bess Myerson. and Alan Carney. Includes Efrem /imbali't" Tucker Is scheduled 09 Cameras Please 1:15 0 Focus 2
O Mike Douglas' cast i'dudej Anne Seymour O High School Football O International Magazine Jr., Roddy McDowall, Patricia a 10:30 0 09 What's This Song O Elementary SpanhMOID
1.25: O Moments la Sportii.10 Jeff Donnell, Milton Highlights -Flncb Medina. guest. Solids lIen rson
O I LeVI Lacy (Color) Let's Mia
: O Newscope Selzer, Patricia Morrow Hawthrone vs. Melrose Filmed reports Include a Q Slaltery's People conducts the orchestra. O Arm Chair Adventures Deal

O World Civilization Robert Harland, S.30O N Bristol Court study of Hungary since "Question Is Laura the TUESDAY 10:45 0 World, Numbers and Cl Humanities C-SI
5:55 09 (Color) Local News Charles Paul Luka- Tom Dick and the 1956 "
Gray, Mary revolt; a look Name of the Game? Forms d As the World Taj
':00 O Newt Weather, ther and Maurice Manson. DADdy Griffith Morning and Afternoon
at West Germany's con When her husband is pass 10:55 O 09 News O Science
Sports O What'l New-Children After Barney gives burly ed ':15 O Sunshine Alamac
over as party
O Sonshtae Almanac Tom Sawyer Is a witness Fred Plummer a ticket for troversial Army, which choice to fill a Congressional O Sunrise Scmetter 11:. O 09 Concentration 1:55 ID News

':15 0 Newt BlgUlghU at Muff Potter's trial littering, Plummer threatens has been accused of a vacancy Laura Ta- 1.25: (D Llvlnj; Words O Andy Griffith I:oe a Password

':21 O O News-Cronklte "Mr. Roberts" (1 IS 5) If he ever catches .:30 0 Many Happy Returns finding an Issue to gain 11:30 f) 09 (Color) Jeopardy O Sign Off

O Reading Doug Roberts, lieutenant him out of uniform. Walter tries to help out aome attention. Gospel Music a McCoys 2.30: O 09 Doctors
7.M O Zane Grey abroad a Navy cargo ship, O Camera Three former fraternity brother 10:30 O 09 To Be Announced I.t5: 0 Pastor' Study O New Horizons O House Party

"The Accuser." After dis. yearns to be transferredto ':00 O 03 Jonathan Wesley Fosdick, a mom 11:00 O O News, Weather, 09 III, Neighbor 12.00 Q 09 (Color) Say When 3:00: O 09 Another World
covering the body of a an area of active com Winters Sports I:SO O Farm and Home O Le ol Life O T* Ten Ihe Truth
murdered rancher, Milo bat. Henry Fonda, James (Special) (Color) First of mentally unsuccessful author 09 O (Color) News! 7:00 O ID Today O Industry on Parade 2.25 0 NewtS

Brant tries to comfort the Cagney, Jack Lemmon.two Jonathan's eight comedy by promoting his Sports, Heather O Local News 12:IS 0 Geology 107 :N O (Color) Yon Don'tSay
grieving widow. ( hours). specials to be seen In works In Krockmeyer'sbook 11:25: O Movie
12.25: 0 Newt
O Perry Mason 7:30: O N Bristol Court this time spot. (Andy Williams department. Guest "Twelve O'clock High." Weather O Edge of Night
"The Case of Bullied 7:05 O Ranger Hal 12:30 0 09 (Color) Truth *r
Karen will not be seen to cast Includes Willard Waterman ((1949)) On a deserted Eng. D Popeyt't Pals'
Bowler" finds attorneyJoe O Touch of FameH. night) Vaughn Taylor. lists airstrip, Major Stov- 7:50 O Local Newt, Weather Consequences
4.00 O Match Game
Kelly (Michael Con- L. Mencken: "On Ir- O Lucille B.1IPolicewoman 10:00: O (IE) Alfred Hitchcock al recalls the psychological ':00 O Captain Kangaroo O Search for Tomorrow :
non) subbing for Mason, reverance and Sacred Lucy CarmIchael "See the Monkey Dance'" battles fought by commanders ':00 Q Divorce Court 12.45: 0 Guiding Light O Secret Storm
who'i temporarily out of Cows" Is a kookie rookie, by Lewis Davidson A Gregory Peck, O Bachelor Father O Mslllng Spanlih Neljh- Woody Woodpecker
the country. The Duchess, Harris Against the World Just the type needed to young London broker, Dean Jagger. Hugh Mar. 09 (Color) Romper Room hors .:%5 0 Newt

a small California tnwn'i O I've Got a Secret accompany Del Bill Baker heading for an Illicit week lowe, Gary Merrill Millard 1.30 O Jack Benny I2.SS: 0 09 News 4:30 0 Leave 11 To Beeves

mOlt influential citizen, Comedian Victor Borge on a stakeout for end with his married I Mitchell, (two hours, 09 Jack La Lanne 1:00: 0 News Weather O Best of Croucho
has very personal reasons has a secret for panelists Green Scarf Louie, the sweetheart, runs into a 15 mint) It:" O Make Room for Daddy I a !Midday ID !Movie
for having her IOn Betsy Palmer Bill Cul- lovers' lane bandit. Guest gentleman who has strik- 11:30 O 09 Johnny Carson O Newt 09 (Color) TV Bingo "The Wild One"

I [ TUESDAY evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I THURSDAY evening, FRIDAY 'til 5 .1U. .

Tuesday Evening Gentry apartment, but I "Geochemistryt Dot e r. This Song? Thursday Evening You" first of three parts of two men who've been 11:00 O 09 Concentration
then he starts to be a m I nation of Geologic O I Love
5.00 O Wells Fargs Lacy 1:00 0 Wells Fargo Klldare accompanies Gil- charged with committing O Andy Griffith
or O Mike Douglas funster at the hospitaltoo. Age. 10:15 0 Reading, Your MagIcLamp O Mike Dougltt lesple on a research tripto murder to save their own 11:30 Color
O ID ( ) Jeopardy
10:00 O D Bell TelephoneHour
5:25 O Greatest Headlines 1:25: 0 Greatest Headline Rome where he's cap- lives.
-: 5:30 Q Newscope O In the Margin of Culture 10:SS O ID News 1:30: O Newscope tivated by the city's customs -11.M: O 0 News, Weather, a McCoys
O World Civilization O Doctors Nurses 11M f] G3 Concentration O World Civilization and people par Sports 1200: O love of Life

1:55: 09 (Color) News, 1.30: O Man From U.N.C.L.E. "The Outpost," by Alvin O Andy Griffith I:" 09 News, Weather Ocularly by the exquisite 09 (Color) News O 09 (Color) Say Whet
Weather, Sports "The Gluoco Piano Affair Berets Ski wants his 11:15 0 Film Sports Franceses Paolinl, daughter Weather, Sports IMS: O Newt

':00 O News, Sports, Weather ," a sequel to lantmonth's drugstore father to because give up the his 11:30 O (D (Color) Jeopardy 1:00 O News, Sports, of an Italian noble 1.25: O Movie 12:30 O Search for Tomnrro
"The Quadripartite O McCoyt Weather man.
1:15 O 0 News Sunshine Highlights Almanac : Affair" again flnus neighborhood has been 12:00 B ID (Color) Say Whe O Sunshine Almanac O Circus-Documentary "Forever Amber," 0 ID (Color) Truth
11:30 O 09 Color
':30 0 ID News Solo using Marion Raven taken over by dope addicts O Adventures Living I:IS 0 News Highlight .:.M 0 Password : Carson ( ) Johnny or Consequences
News i In a scheme to trap the and criminals, but O Love of Life 0.30: O 09 New Lucille Ball and her husband 11:45: 0 Guiding Light

O O Junior College power-mad beauty Ger- Mr Tazinskl feels thatIt' 1 12:IS 0 Geology a News Gary Morton are FRIDAY 12.55 0 ID Newt
Spanish valse RaveL wrong to run Guest 12:25: O New O Junior College tonight's celebrity guests !Morning and Afternoon 1:00: 0 Midday
7:00 O M Squad O Red Shelton Cast Includes Jack Albert- 12:30: O D Truth or Comequencet Spanish O Drama Festival I:00 O Sunshine Almanac fl New
O Munsters O Of People and Politics son and Ralph Dunn. 7:00: O Rifleman When the English Parlla I.:IS f] Scope Cl T.V, Bingo
"Tin Can Man." Her This series cone I u des 11:00: O 0 News Weather O Search for Tomorrow O Movie silent, spurred on' by Oliver O Humanities CSt HIS 0 Focus t
man's concerned o ver with "How He Won," an Sports 12.4S: O Guiding Light "Mutiny on the B ounty." Cromwell, decided c I I:25 09 Living Words 1:30: 0 A* the World Turns
Eddie's poor grades, and assessment of the election (D Color) News, Weather O let's Speak Spanish ((1935)) The Captain of the that "The Killing of the 1:10: O World Civilization fl Science
he's not the only one. The results and their effect -I Sports 12.SS: O ID News Bounty imposes barbarous King" was necessary, 09 Gospel Matte 01 I.ef !Make A Deal
Board of Education is on the future. II.ZS: O !Movie 1:00: a Midday discipline on his men there were many who opposed ltS: O Pastor's Study 1SS SO News

: sending Juvenile Investigator 1.00: 0 Challenge-Science ,11:30 0 D Johnny Carson O News, Weather during a long voyage to the decision 09 (Color) III, Neighbor 4.00 fl ID Loretla Young
Taggert to throw "Microscope for the Un Scheduled guests include O Arm Chair Adventures the South Seas Charles I:30 O 09 hazel I.SO n Farm and Home O I'taiword

p L a scare Into the Munsters known" examines the comedian Bill Cosby D (Color) TV Bingo Laughton, Clark Gable, O Baileys of Balboa 7:" O 09 Today 1:30 0 Home Party
O What's "New.-. Children science of particle phy- and violinist Ruggiero Ric- 1:15 0 Focus S Franchot Tone (Two 10:DO 0 03 Suspense Theatre O Local News, Weather n (D Doctors
lies, which deals with the cl. Ed McMahon. O Leer Y Escrlblr hours) (Color) "The Kamchatka 7:05 O Ranger Hal I:" O 09 Another World
1:300 Science O What's New- Incident." The destinies of 7:50 0 Local New
7:30 0 Ml? Novak study of particles foundIn WEDNESDAY O Te Tell The Truth
O Greatest Show the nucleus of an O At the World Turns Children several passengers flying I:M O Captain Kangaroo 1.30 O (Color) You Don't
!Morning and Afternoon) 09 \' from the U.S. I.M O Divorce Court
color) "Uncaged." Aer- atom. 1:00 O Humanities, C-J1 oysge- Japan Say
O Sunshine AlmanacI
ialist Mac is given a command ID Farmer' Daughter IS a ID Lei's Make a Deal Adventure Including an Impor tan t O Bachelor Father ID I'opeye's Pale
performance at the The Name of the Game.'" : scope 1.-S5 ID News 7.30 O Daniel Bonne Russian defector hang 09 (Color) Romper Room 0 Edge if Night
The Is Glen's O Humanities C-S1 "The Sound of Wings" In the balance as engine, 1.10: O Jack Bun, lOOf: ] Mali Game
local jail. charge Katy questions 0:25 ID Living Words 2:00 to Loretta Young
O International trouble and bad weather 09 Jack La finns
O Secret Storm
and when he tries
armed robbery, prosecgtor scruples to 0:30 O World Civilization/ O Slga Off
; Kelly wants to add avoid an Issue during his ID Gospel Music O PtRiwordID !Magazine force their I plane off IO.M 0 !Make Room for 09 Peter Polamiit
1:00: 09 Bewitched course and Into Soviet air.pot'e. Daddy 4:25 O New
a murder rap. re-election campaign :45 Special For Women
0 Pastor's Study
O Indian Experiment"A ':::11 0 Darrln goes off to spenda Fursythe, Roger Perryand 09 Cameras Please Q Best .l CrouchoID
Family In Andhrs a Week That Wat-Satire I SO O Farm and Home a House Party
Saturday In the office Leslie Parrlsh. 10 10 f] ID (Color!
: ) Movie
the of Bengal Color The "TWJers"are 3:00 Another World
city on Bay ( ) 7:00: O ID Today O ID
-with a girl reporter, O Defenders tthat'i Thin Song? "Tsnen and the Ami
contrasts the life of city slated to satirize the O Local News, Weather O T* Tell the Truth
1.30: O 09 Dr. Klldire "A Taste of Ashes" Preston Cl levi
Lucy suns"
dwellers with that of village election campaign. Phyllis 7.OS 0 Ranger Its: 3:25: a New
"Rome Will Never Leave lakes on the defense/ 10.SS: fl 09 News
peasants. Newman David Frost, 7.50 0 Local News, Weather 3:30: EXColor You
09 M Bristol Court Buck Henry I.00 Q'Caplaln Kangaroo Don't Say
Harris Against the O Petticoat Junction t:N a Divorce Court O Edge of Night I FRIDAY evening and SATURDAY .

'World; Alan finds that :Billie Jo enters a pictureof O Bachelor Father ID Popeye't Pal
the only way he can have the family dog In a ID Color) Romper Room 4:00 O Match Gam Friday Evening n Film FealurtID hand when a little girl'1j9.30 0 QuIck Draw McGraw
a relaxed Sunday is to pet-food company's contest ':31 0 Jack Benny I 1:00: O Well's Farg Combat! shown storekeeper Art O OD Underdog
leave Bristol Court and and the mutt's (D Jack La Lanne O Secret Storm O Mike Dougla Dr, Per Brunn of the Florida Mallet Klmble's resemblance 10.30 O ID Fireball XL-I

those casual "dropIn"guests selected one of five final-10:00 0 Make Room for Daddy ID Magllla Gorilla 5.25 O Moment la Sports I Coastal Eng Dept to the man pictured O Mighty blouse
ists. Guest Cast includes O News 4:25 0 New speaki on the damage
1.00: GD 00 Bristol Court Ross Elliott and Art Lew- ID (Color) Cameras 4:30 d Leave It To Braver 5.30 O Newscop Hurricane Dora did to Florida's In a "wanted" poster. 11.00: a LInus. The LlnnheirUiE
Tom, Dick and Mary: Please O Brat .( Grouch' f] World Civilisation coast and how to II:" 1) News, Oporta, ID Dennl Th.It..c. .
isO 5.55: ID (IColor) Local Newt,
Dick's practical jokes are Science and EngineerIng -10:15 0 New Horlztn H !\Iole I Weather prevent fu'ure damage, Weather !\ .
at the Journal 10.70 O ID (Color What's "The Far I. Sports 7:45: 0 Florldi Blue Key 11:30
annoying enough : ) Country" .:00 O New, Sport, 09 (Color) Local New, : 0 The JettonsQ
I.M O Invitation to Art ID
Weather Weather Fury

I WEDNESDAY evening and THURSDAY 'til 5 ,'.UI. I ':15 O O New Sunnhlne Highlight Almanac Fine the I Debut Boston Arts) Art are Museum works used to from II of, 11:30 Carton O 09 (Color) Johnny U.OO: Q a Touchdown Sky King

Wednesday Evening the Chinese m a I n land Dlacunlon DAndy Griffith ':30 O ID O New luxtrate how man sect the O New, gports, 09 Exploring

focus on advances c in, "A Conversation with Billy -11:15 fl Industry on Parade O L'tlng Numbers world around him/ Weather 12.10 0 My Friend Filcla
5.00: O Wells Fargo farming and Industry. In Graham." 7:00 0 ) Derringer '.38 O ID l> Thomas
11:30 a 09 (Color) Jeopardy *nny II.SS: O M.e-I! >ouhl. 09 0 NBC Sport special
O !Mike Douglas filmed interviews, world 11.00: O a News Weather "Three Knave from New (ipeciil" (Color) Danny -
AuttraiUan/ Un d.
Feature r w I
1.25 0 ,Moment In Sports leaders comment on the Sports O McCoysO Haven." Local shop-own '. guests Include Dkk If r FIshing'
1.30 O Newscope Issues of Red China's admission 09 (Color) News, An and You ers are getting: otters( to Van Dyke and Juliet I Irrow. 1. "Watunl." ((1950) this I O High SchoOl Oootes

O World Civilization to the UN and Weather Sports 12:00 O 09 (Color) Say \ hen buy their stores! and .., film version of II. Rider ass,
her recent detonation ofan 11.25: O Movie O lAva *f Life threats violence. If they Haggard's "King Solo
0 .1.55: 09 (Color) New, A bomb. "Fury.(1936)( ) A small n Film refuse to sell. Bob lips will not be teen mon's Mine*" follow Harry I:5OIJfDNCAA Football

:. Weather, Sport O Past Imperfect I town is the scene of mob 12:15 0 Geology 107 O Deal Valley Day tonight. Quartermaln's attempts Notre Dame vs. Michigan .
O Agriculture FIlms Topics: Texas remains an passion when an Innocentman (lolor.) "Honor the Name O Entertainer: to retrace his f.11\.1 State
: ':00 0 New, Sports Independent r e p u b lie;! is arrested as a kid 12.2S O Newt Dennis Driscoll." A recruit Sketches: Bob Newhsrt er's safari to a 1M 0 Lloyd nation Show
Weather Peter the Great cancelshis caper Sylvia Sidney, 12.30 O Search! for Tomorrow and his ft\ mule are appears ai Sir W II I 11 t r cache of Biblical treasure 2.M 0 Theatre X

O Sunshine Almanac trip to Western Eu- Spencer Tracy, Walter I O 09 Trilk er the only hope for a betel.- Raleigh; and "No Tip *. George Montgom-j,I "Hypnotic Eye"
1:15 0 New HIghlights rope; Neville Chamber! Abel. (One hour, 15 min.i J Consequences ed Cavalry petrol. ping" features Tom DeLulsc pry, Taint t:Ig, David Far- I.M 0 !NFU Countdown to

1.30: O I ID News lam rejects Hitler's proposal -' 11:31: 0 09 (Color Johnny 12:(S n Guiding Light n "ta' Nrw- Calerlna Va issue, rar, 1 "Caltlkl the Immortal Klrkifl
O News for the breakup of Carton : O Vlilllng Spiniih. Chlldrea John Davidson T. a lie Monster" ((1300)! )' .:3t 09 Wrestling
O Eiplorttg Numbers Czechoslovakia Neighbors Tom Sawyer and II v c k OShea, Don Crfchlon, Archeologist John FieldIng -I fl Mr. Utky

7M O Deputy I.M 0 A! Issue THURSDAY 12.55 Q ID Newt F'nn return home to find Lee Hale Singer, Fl a II lead an esprdiUon I.M f] Outlaws
"TheOrphins." Fry 1.30: 0 Beverly Hillbillies Morning and Afternoon 1:M 0 Midday the town belMVIng them Singer, S' I a 11 dancers to the town of Tikel to I a Wilbur Brothers

plans to help three youngsters Jed'a attempts to break 0 M 0 Sunihlne Almanac n FUss dead. Harry Zimmerman !learn why the Mayana detrrled 1.30 O Porter WsgonerID
the between ID iMens Reeve It In 107 A. D. John I
orphaned by up a battle royal ':15 a orchestra rilsJlalWMS
murder of their parents, Granny and Mrs. Dryt- O Sop Sunrlte Semester! O News Weather 7.10 n IflleraaJmiilShowtime O Paul Imperfect- "' "rival., Dldl lull! van., 0.N fl Dining Fun
ID Color" ) T. V. Bingo Two hours 25 mln)
by raffling off a prize. dale brings him nothingbut Panel I 3N.W.
O Survival' trouble. 0.15 09 Living Words 1:15 O McmenUry: Spanhk The "Colorful! Carpathian I.N O America Symphony I:N 09 Movie ID N.",. Weather, IporltI
Documentary LOS 0 Movie ':31 O Work Civilization O Fonts 2 Circus" taped In Budapest George Suit conducts the "Th Devil's limit o o m." :IS U hewn Spirit,
O What's New-Children (ChIsel "Up Periscope.'" O Gospel Mule 1:10: O A* UN World Turn Includes the Hergot- Cleveland Orchestra In a ((1312) A quiet man becomes -I Weather

Tom Sawyer and H lie k O Dick Vat Dyke ':U 0 Pasior't Study O Humaitttie C-SI U ....'...: .Su,; the DurulsJugbig concert of contemporary the target for s wo I I .:. O The Deputy
Finn run off to play pirates O Midweek Variety ID lCeI.rl( HI, Neighbor 0 ScIence :! equestrians: the I music, man's greed when he refuses ID Dwikl Home
on a river island. 09 Ozzic and Harriet .:St 0 Farm and Home I ID I lCelor. Left Make a acrobatic Sylyings; fIx'k.t f:30 O 09 Jack BenyO to tell hit oU-rlth I 0.U fj News

Q) Wsnled-Dead The dean of men wants 7:" O 09 Today Deal a comedy contortionist: (lamer PU. LSMC land. John Luplon. Dk k 7.M U EaalfS O'TsoI.I IO
.r Alive Rick and his fraternity O Local Newt, I:" 09 Newt the Evolves musical l:11.51 O Jack PaarCilorl Jones, Valerie Allen, Al- Jimmy Strickland
"Jason." While tracking brothers to take part in Weather I:" O PasswordO clowns; and Eva Stoke, ( linger Nat King I 7:10 U 09 Upper
elusive desperado. a practical joke 7.05 O Ranger Hal 09 Loreita Young tamer of wild bcaiU.O Cole, comedian Joe E SATURDAY O Jackie. GIe...*
Josh an encounters a deputy ':31 O Cars Williams 7.SO O Loral News Weather)) O sign Off Rawhide I!I LewIs and teen sac ac Mining aid Allrr_. I:" U 09 M,. MMMI.M
Law 1:M Q Captain KaifarotI 2.30 O House Party Road. llrit d! W.lker- e'Jack's I (I Pence
sheriff who begs to join 09 Burke' "Damon't trws Tippy a t 7:" 09 LoIns Pacific Wagoner
the manhunt Josh reluctantly Out to kill Nicholas Amen-I :M O Divorce Court O (D Dorters a too part comedy drama gueots. tuna Walker O Sinrlte Semester I 09 Admin FamilyLjoeceUpeuaMat

agrees. or, the richest man In the! 09 O (Cikrl Bachelor Rmper Father Room I1 I'' I:" O T. Tell The TrailsIJOAaetherWeeld Railroad h"<* Jonathan chat with Pane about I T.JS a Sunday School. fort I -

7.30: 0 09 vkrgialsaC world an assails with an I I 30 O Jack BossyID ], I Damon has a problem her favorite) entertainer. i 09 Rinur el DM Jungle Irene
( lr) "Tfce Girl from air gun misses his target : 2.25 O Ness he has to let Lewis Jukes about himself ILNIJOf.vle.
Yesterda," Is Steve's old and shoots down Amen- Jack La IMS 2.30 O (Color YM Don't Sty mure track lai-J but h.*. ; and Cole sings. t.M 0 AcrtM the Fence I "Some Come Running
girl friend Jane Carlyle or's bookkeeper instead. 10.M O Make Runt tar I I O Edge .< NIght crew has walked off the O Mitt Teaag a lUster Major I O Mr. Broadway
whom Marshal Cass sus- Seen in came roles, are] Daddy O Poprt's Pal Job became they haven't Aowrka Pafe.itDifli I 09 Ricky a" Hi* lISle O CiiinokeUNO
II now ted In wtlll1ft George Hamilton Diana a NewS .:.. f] Match CameO "been pent Daman decides friends DetectIves
pecta uk.tw gang Lynn and the Smothers D (Color. ) Cameras Secret Sura to get Fevur's dro (Special) On of se girls, ':31 O Burst aid Altm 11.30: O UliShow

fj tud Reports Brothers Pleas.li3l 03 HuckMtwrry fluid era 10 do th. job, by aged U to 17, will b* 09 (Color) Pipey* aid "Up Pnwcope'*
-i. U.S. and the Two h.:at O Decay Kaye O 09 (C el. r) n.I','I 4;n n News ho>'k or by crock Guest crowned Mb Teenage Boo 11.10: O 09 News, Weather,
Chinas.. an eiammaucaI Variety This Soi?? 4:31 O Leave It !Ie Beater Cant Include Frill Wee America o( Ittl: tonight ki ..N O ScIence FKUM Spoftt
Communist sad Natloiulift Danny's guests are Howard O I Lane Lacy O tnt o! CftMt vet Barbara KoVn. JeanMcClory Dallas. Theater 12.10 O 09 Bill if HnlJywMd"Operation
Chuttte fetation Moms sad SharILewis. 10:45 O West Around Yon I 09 M.w.I Paul Corel, Curt ID Fagitlne'lsmgoflar O Ahta Pacific"

with the west Exclusive 10:SS O 09 Newt I "Let's Dv It AgajT Conway, Steven Darrefl ," KlmbUis ':31 O TtMMe Tssede I.M ID Stuck Theatre

'I"v films recently Ukea on 10.30: 09 C*..... :- 11:" O ID CoxeitraOos I I and Edwin Cook working as a farm I Ifl a Hector B>siacife I "WolfmaV .


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G'ville Wins Gainesville Award artist Artist Stuart; Lfl1F fane antflv 1fI EXCLUSIVELY I

Purser "The Clock" has re v-
ceived a special award from received a $100 prize for More than 1,100 entries competed ,, :,., \
the Hunter Gallery of Art In his exhibit In the fifth Hunter' i: ,.fIio'
Chattanooga, Tenn. Lee Nordness, director of the
Gallery Annual, which Is open
Nordness Galiery In New York,
UFCalcndar to Alabama, Florida, was juror of selection and
Kentucky, Mississippi, ceorgla'i awards The show features 7!
and South Carolina, works by 67 artists and closes

and--Virginia. artists. -.. |Nov. 23NOTICE.
(Week of Nov. 8-Nov. 15) I { .awl
Tuesday Film Classics : f 3
League: "The Roof," Medical .
Sciences Building A u d Itorium, v0

Wednesday Film Classics !
Lyceum Council Fine CITRA FRUIT
Arts String Quartet, University
Auditorium 7:15 p,mThursdayYoung. I.
Artists NOW AVAILABLE : bsrrt

Series Twain": "An by Evening George with William Mark I I From Our Citra Groves p

Smith, University Auditorium, Novel I Tangerines Oranges FI
8:U p.m.Friday.
Fall Frolics with t9 _
The Lettermen, Bud and Travis I f t tai, 4UI ;
and Godfrey Cambridge, VISIT OURPACKING ,.
Florida Gymnasium, 8:30: p.m. HOUSE oet

SHORT COURSESNov. u.s. 301 18 Miles South ef Gainesville l ,
I 10 Cancer Nursing I Take Fla. 20 to Flo. 325 (hla Cross Creek) ,
Institute, Medical Sciences. I to U. S. 301 1 Mile South .f Citra.
Building, Room 112. I
Nov. 111Z Pharmacy Con I Open 7 Days A Week-7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
ference, Medical Sciences
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Lounge. 'a ,: ',' All-Wool Suit
Nov. 8 %1-Drawings, Collages I.'Y, k,qy I
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stretch from 70 to 80 miles per I 149 9 Whirling Dervish prmf Cossard-Artemis Fit.Togethscallop.edged with Bourbon lace,
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ers, made for each other, color- and your figure
Colon Blue
: Brown, Red.
Other suggestions under consideration cued and fashion coordinatedCome 30-38 Short, 32-40 Average In
are widening road I ALL WOOL all/ colors; 34.40 Toll. Pearl
shoulders at some danger points Dress -Zed FLOOR see the complete collection. only $6.00
and changes In the lighting at wr .
tamp exits and entrances. _; SUIT
Sleepy or Inept drivers, to- FLOOR
;ether with speed and other factors BY : '. OPEN YOUR CBA Lingerie & Foundations
were among causes ascribed I. 'i Ui .. : C BA'NOW FOR HOLIDAY
for deaths In accidents on' : \\ SHOPPING
W"1. ,
the pike I w c\" HAND CRAFTED
Since July 17, 12 persons have tt :' tCk\- :. ABC NO DOWN PAYMENT
lost their lives on one 25-mil RED OR BLUE : (:
stretch from Miami to Pompano SIZES 8, 16 & 18 : C BA 6 MONTHS TO PAY
Beach In the last nine monthsthe .'I
has claimed 24
turnpike 2nd Floor
lives and In seven years before Coat & Suit Shoe CIA Is Wilson's Continuing Budget AccountCarter's

the road from Miami was ex- ..-.------
tended to Wildwood, 40 persons
were killed on It
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16 Complete


Course UF NOW AT
at a AFj -

Sixteen University of Florida I t
professors and staff members : i
earned graduation certificates I
this week after completing the I {it. 18.00A

University first voluntary radiological j HEAVY WEIGHT, BRUSHED

The six-week monitoring course course.was aet I I COTTON KNITSLEEPERS ) Green or Ton Calf
Saddle Stitch Treatment
up to train University personnel
In measuring radiation both In. .
aide and outside fallout shelters ') ,I" iU '
following a nuclear attack In Bl) Black Kid Skin Opera '

order to determine safety for SOLID COLORS OR PRINTS On New Setback Heel
moving to less protected areas. \a
Director of the program was Snap.Bat- "otttntd

Dr, George P. Morgan, associate -, Nevebind Seamless
professor of sanitary science puts Matching Bogs Available
and associate research the oo-la-la in layettesawhole underarms. Rib-
sot In the Engineering profe.1 Knit Cuffs. Gro-
pertinent Station soft-knit cotton "BONBON"collection.

Those receiving certificate Bowed and embroidered Feature Wont. .
were: Dr. F. Eugene Dunnam,I Cloth Soles
with delicate touch to make or
Mrs. E. H. Galbraith Dr. Marshall a
R.Godwin Dr. Keith Gob baby's first clothes the prettiest on Sefery-Step Feet. 17.00

bins.Dr. Luther C. Hammond I earth. Gift Set wardrobe in azure r t EXCLUSIVELY
Robert H. Hartley, Dr. Vynce 2.75
4. Hines, John W Hoover, Dr. yellow, white-azure, white-yellow. : NlN,GAINESVILLE
Tharles C. Hortenstlne. Lester Layette size-$5. AND SIZES .
V. Kalch, Phillip E. Loggins3f 6 ; .
John E Moore, Dr. Earl Available aeparatelyiBacqae. 3.00 ,4L ,
M Sawyer, T. C. Skinner, Dr .Sacgue Set,Boon J
Dr. W J t Kecemaf Blanket,
Howard H. V WUkowske, Herman Kimono, Gowi% Stretch Infant's.Shop-STlIITFLCOI ladies Shoes"*hLfl'FLOOR
Bam H. EDit and Dr. Jama kins,$1 to $4. ,
1. Breland.