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 9, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Schools in Duval Goldwatcr- VacationsSen. ) {


Barry Goldwater drapes a towel around his headas
he comes out of the water after a swim In the surf
at Montego Bay, Jamaica Sunday. Goldwater MId he to I
Face Status Loss with personal friends to rest and do some fishing and II

Is giving no interviews. He arrived Saturday with his) I
wife and six others in a private plane.

Action to Be Taken


Early Next Month I I'I i

JACKSONVILLE (AP) Teacher shortage( and lack
of adequate facilities may mean loss of accreditation for I
15 public high schools In Duval County. I

These deficiencies and others caused by Inadequate financial ,.,

support have resulted in warnings- and county l --I
probation for four years the ae
L UnATtDSTOKY JEducator Southern Association of Accreditation

** mm-f (A. Wi5ete ti a'. ..,,
T aald.Herman .

chairman of Frick the of Florida Tallahassee committee .J f
to the association, notified GOP

Duval School Superintendent :

Says MoveUnusual' Ish Brandt this weekend A toma'
that the association will consider
dropping accreditation at its'' ; ...
Nov.Ky. 30 meeting in Louisville Must Rebuild

By dir CORMIERSun : Frick said once accreditationIs .' ,.
lost, it would probably take
Education Writer ( WlrmNlH H Kit Sun lly ))()UmASTRI&!'

Loss of accreditation by all several Brandt years and to the regain.school Young Admirer TALLAHASSEE: (AP) Florida Republicans who
the high schools In a large metropolHan will have claimed a tight statewide organization on the basis of
county such as Is an opportunity to ap three gratifying ,..nl'rall'lertlonll. found themselves'
peal the decision, said Frick Raynella Mellon 8 in obvious admirer of President B. Johnson fight
about to happen in Duval Coun- an Lyndon Attending ins a tough uphill battle again after last Tuesday' disastrous
ty Is without parallel, a committee but they must notify association the cornerstone laying at St. Barnabas' Episcopal Church In Frederlcksburg, Tex. general election.And /
member of the Southern chairman Dr. Raymond G. Wilson Sunday, she elbowed her way through the crowd to stand by the Chief Executive At
Association of Colleges and of Atlanta immediately.Loss left she looks toward center of the ceremony; center: tries to attract the President's Florida Republican officials .
Schools said this morning. of accreditation by the attention and right, is rewarded by word from him. realized the setback' Im New Japan

Dr. Vincent McCuire. University school system would result hi mediately. Almost' to a man.

of Florida professor of education graduates finding It difficult if LBJ MeetsMcNamara they agreed that the Republican Premier
Party in Florida faces a com.
and chairman elect of not impossible to be acceptedfor Private Utilities
plete reorganizing and rebuild
the Florida Committee of enrollment In colleges and
ing Job aimed at total unity
the Southern Association, said universities. Takes OverTOKYO
final action on Duvil's schools Reasons for the loss Frick Without that, they say the

will take place in Louts I ville said, was a failure to Improve Plea Due HearingBy party will suffer (AP) -Japan's
Nov 30 to Dec. 3. deficiencies, such as lack of On BudgetJOHNSON new
Rep William Cramer, R-Fla., Premier Elsaku Sato completed
Main reason for the SA's action proper maintenance; custodial
against Duval stems froma care; Insufficient number' of Tex. AP NORM LaCOE for public hearing one week later wants the party to give Us candidates formation of his Cabinet tonight
CITY ( )
for slate races Official said he
more help sources
Sun Staff Writer retained
lack of adequate financial teachers In junior high and ele-
President Johnson
meets sll
against the Democrats.He Ins ministers In the
support of county schools. mentary schools; lack of lab today with Secretary of Defense The Alachua County Commission Tuesday's hearing will Involve of Ms government

Friday, the Duval Board of oratory facilities, library space, Robert S. McNamara as he will take up within the next a request by Alachua pointed to concentrated effort Hsyato Ikeda.predecessor ailing
Public Instruction was served equipment and collections; and his County Utilities Inc. to use by Democrats on the local
pushes campaign to keep I eight days two requests to use
with a copy oa report notify unsound. fund raising activitiesby next year's federal budget under I right of way on countyowned rights of way to serve .llIht I level that resulted In resounding The new government' Is expected ..
Ing them< that all 11 sections of Gainesville. Democratic to carry on Ikeda's
high schools to supplement their $100 billion.McNamara J roads for private firms to supply just west : victories across the firm
schools In Duval lose their ..* stals. ly pro-Westtrn foreign
may budgets. sewer and water service .tn The company already holds policy
membership In the SA. Frick said the unanimous vote was Invited to beJohnson's J 13 square miles immediatelywest permit (10 serve the Country The Republican Sato, el, sn economic expert,
Party concentrated
A 22-member review board of by the five-man committee did guest/ at the 410-acreLBJ 1 Gainesville.A Club Estate area, and the lu efforts, for presidential- formed his Cabinet s few hours
the SA, composed of two members not include a vote by Sydney Ranch to discuss! Pentagon Idylwild section 'south of the candidate attef Parliament looted him to
public hearing on one reuest Barry
from each of the 11 member budgeting that will be crucial to
Friend, principal of a Duval (q wilt be held Tuesday at city. the Democratic' Party con.centrat sneceed JUd..'Alter four years
decision states in, Louisville.will make a final County high school. He was excused the over-all federal spendingSee 1.30p.m. In eight days, the commission d Its efforts for |1/1./ local In office, keels) resigned became

McGuIre said, In his from the voting. ( JOHNSON en Page 2)) The second request comes up' will hold a public hearing races. of a throat tumor. Both he
past experiences
Norwood and Sato
on a plea by Hope are members of the
loss of accreditation developer and former Gainesville Democrat' Haydon Burns, who ruling Liberal Democratic
usually occurred In I. o 1 ate d Mortar mayor, to use county right- won the race for governor, pre- parsty
cases. This Is the first time an Barrage Is Short of-way to serve five square *dieted Goltlwater would carry In the'olln In
the t lower
county faces blanket miles northwest of Gainesville. Florida and that the Democrats
disciplinary action, he said. would the state offices. house of the Diet, lain received
McGuire said D u 'al I County Permits, when given, are not As It sweep turned out, Democratic 2113 votes, Socialist Jotaro Ka-
Kills Yank exclusive.! Persons living In wikaml got 117, Suehlro
had been warned s. v oralyears in Viet Nam President Lyndon Johnson caroled Nlshlo
areas where lines are built art of the Democratic-Socialists got
of the substandard
ago Florida for the first Dem
not required to hook on. 23, and lasso Noiaka .
a Com.munlst
conditions In the school
s y l- erratic victory since Harry Tru-
SAIGON, South Viet Nam ton as Capt Agrlverto A. Gar The two Americans were with At the same time, the private man. In the surging tide of Demerratic gut 4.
tem.Teachers are badly overloaded (AP) A Vietnamese mortar cia 31, of Laredo Tex. about 60 Vietnamese Infantry companies are not required to votes were carried mod The BO-member upper house

with pupils, buildings Including barrage meant for the Communist Two Vietnamese officers were troops on a night patrol. serve the entire area in which of the other races. voting simultaneously, gave
new ones are poorly Viet Cong killed a U.S. killed in the misdirected barrage Th. sources said the unit they are given permits Thus, As a result, republican candidates Sato IM votes a majority
maintained, and a shortage of Army captain Sunday night and and all other Vietnamese called for the mortar fire on a they are free If they wish, to fell In alarming numbers fee JAPAN ss Page 1)
. administrative personnel are wounded another American, wounded, the sources said. suspected Viet Cong emplace- refuse to extend service If It is even In Republican strongholds.The .

tome of the specific reasons for reliable sources reported today. The rounds reportedly fell on,S ment. At least one round fell on not profitable.The greatest Republican disaster -
the SA' action, McGuire said. The captain was the 220th the government unit as It waitedin the unit two newest requests state High WindsCllitt'11iiig
In rating Florida counties according American to die in combat in an ambush laid for the VietCong An Investigation wan being would create a private' utilities' came. among reproaentatlves.
to the amount of local Viet Nam since 1961. near Due Hoa, about IS made. sector, using county rights of
financial support to schools He was identified In Washing miles northwest of Saigon "It was terribly sad," said way, from an extension of SW The Legislature went from twoRepublican UpCarihhean
McGuire said, the State Department another American adviser "butIt Ith Avenue on the south wrap senators and It Republican -
of Education placed was Just one of those things ping around to U S. 441 on the representatives In the
)M3 session, to the same two IUpubllcan
Duval at the bottom of the )list. that can happen. It was night northwest '
One area Included In the requests senators and 10 Republican
McGuire said schools are given and It is always more dangerousthen.
ample time and advice In But we will continue with Is the Interchange of In- representatives In the IMS MIAMI (APIA) tropics! oVpresslon
correcting defldences spit led these operations." terstate' and Newberry Road. session. which moved Into NIcaragua
by visiting committees of the A U.s spokesman announcedtwo The City of Gainesville has Plnellas County dropped from Saturday has reentered
SA. If schools fall to correct other U.S. Army. officers been asked to extend sewer six to four representatives; the Caribbean tics and will cross
their discrepancies, they are were wounded by shell fragments service to the Interchange, and Browsrd dropped from three lo the coast of British Honduras

warned and then put on proba while piloting aa armed Is studying the request at this one; Orange dropped from three late today, the Miami Weather ...
helicopter against Viet Cong positions time. lo |we: and Seminole and Lake Bureau said. .

tion.After one year of probat I o n southeast of Saigon. County commissioners genera. dropped from one to none. Palm The disturbance, with highest _
schools are dropped from membership A US. Army enlisted man ally have favored granting use Beach retained Its two Republlcan winds of M to 40 miles an. hour
if they have not corn was slightly wounded wWl ... of road rights of way, because representatives. In squalls, erased Nicaragua Inc -
up to standards prescribed by silting In clearing a booby. (fee UTILITY .. Pas II) (fee GOP .1 Page t) to Honduras and thrashed Into

the SA. trapped area IN miles west of the Gulf of Hondurss.

Alachua County School Supt.E. Saigon Criticizes Nixon A hurricane hunter plane Incited
D. Manning Jr. said no In Saigon opponent of South Ronmcy the depression today 59
school here Is in any danger of Viet N 11II" new civilian government miles east of Reline, British HOB-

being dropped from accredit. made plans for further For Furthering GOP Splithe duns, 500 miles southwest of MI-
tion. x demonstrations despite- a government ami. ft was moving' to the west-
"In the past, from time to show of force that northwest
WASHINGTON (API Michigan took his Goldwster s tand
checked them Ho further Intensification
time we have had some schools Sunday. Is
that fell behind, but we always Truckloadf of unarmed tr'Mpidlacoura.ect Gov.; George Ramsey har because of "basic principle expected, forecasters said and
criticized Richard M. Nixon for differences". with the Arlmnan.
brought them up to meet the dissident groups Ins depression probably win become
his criticism of New York Cov He said he renpected' Cio "aler
who had
standards before anything serious gathered" to march disorganized after moving
developed," Manning said. through the streets. When police Nelson A. Rockefeller as an Individual.As Inland again. Heavy rains and

(See DUVAL a Page I) appeared with club, the deny And lo fellow Republicanswho for Niwin. Rnmney said. considerable flooding In mountain
<8ee ROMNEY Page I)
onstrators dispersed ,, have !been criticizing defeated areas cue predicted the
Leaders of religious, political GOP presidential candidate southeast Yucslsa peninsula
Man KilledIn and student groups opposing the Barry Goldvater and call. particularly In northern Brit
government said they! woulddemonstrate big for new party leadership, bit Honduran
University later In the week.' Romney had th.s ti say a. The Cuban Weather Bureau

Avenue CrashA "' Premier Traa Van Huong hf baits continued to ricochet: earlier had warned ef possibly
= warned la an appeal for unity around the GOP: dangerous seas between the

Gainesville man. LevI Johnson. that the government would use "I think that Sen. Coldwafcr. winless coast ef Cuba and the
1U NW KB Ave.. was in- force if secessary I* put doeS has demonstrated bi the pail his Yucatan channel
jawed fatally at 1.31 a.m. Sunday n V-nwnsfrations concern about the Republican
when! his car rammed a 51 party as a whole and I think It's

utility pole at W. University I :2'J,1,000/ Putts premature to assume II'. goingto WHERETO
A... and Ord St. be accessary to find semi
around Sen. Coldwater""
Gainesville police said Sib Berlin Wall way
east bound ear, travelingmore nson's Romney, who /had declined: to FIND IT
odors Goldwater's candidacy.was ,
than S miles per bear, w wnse .. w we swn BERLIN CAP) Teary 200,.
a big winner last Tuesdayas CemksInUrtf . 12.IMS
left the road hit fee pole and M. West BcrDaers passed .
American his bid for reelection as governor Cieselfled .
was demolished. There were ao Beauty through the wall ever the weektad s victory that "has Inmc... .II

skid marks. bringing a tail mink stirred some speculation that be 0'ifM.rl'" 2
Johnson was lake* to the J. MiM USA. Jeanne Qtl... 20. ef East Meadow X. Y. the number who have visited night be a future Repubbcan Opislee, ,.,. 4
Hillls Milter Health ell t ere ,awes with a pistil daring Mug ..Man I., MiM relatives is the Soviet sector presidential nominee possibility. S"t, 10 .

here he was pronounced dead World eontMtaats after dinner 1st ........ The beauty since the Communists raised the He repeated la a WJft radio ROJOCT Wemen's . J
at 4 a ajn. content begins this week barriers U
days sjo. Interview in Detroit Sunday that Respecta' GoUwaUr

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Z Gainesville Sun Moiidoy, November 9. 1964

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More AboutROlllney

(What( Lies Ahead for the GOP?

i From Page 11 EDITOR'S NOTE Id this Pierce, Wisconsin national committeeman that Nixon will play a strong
"When you're trying to unify AiMclated Press survey, Republican observed that "Ni- future party

something, you don't begin to leaders across the land Nixon on looks good," In party fortunes Next to Nixon, Romney, who
May Play
say things that will create give their views on rebuildingthe at this point. WisconsIn'won re-election handily while

... greater feeling and division party and look ahead to State Chairman Talbot Peterso, Johnson was carrying Michigan,

You undertake to Include those GOP chances la the 1961 and in Reshaping Partyback said he thinks the reins of national ,was most often mentioned 13

who are In a position to make a 1MI elections ( party control should be the future party leader..
contribution." handed to somebody like Nixon. Gov. John H. Chafee of Rhodes

The Nixon Rockefeller ex- By JACK BELL "I heard more good Island also re-elected against

change had stirred things up In WASHINGTON (AP) Many In an Associated Press tloned by Republicans from all :about Nixon this time and there''the Democratic trend, called

1 the Republican camp last week.I influential Republicans across survey. sections of the country as a man :are some who will never be Romney and Scranton "(me

Nixon charged that Rockefeller he: country expect Richard M. The survey, reaching GOP to be reckoned with In the next convinced that things wouldn't leaders" who should play a part

was a "divider," had not Nixon to play a leading role In officials in all sections of the four years I have been different if he had in rebuilding the party Robert

= backed Goldwater as Nixon had rebuilding the GOP for what nation, disclosed little enthusiasm Oklahoma State I Chairman I been the nominee again," Peterson Corber, Virginia state chair

and had gotten "his pound of most of them think will be a for another presidentialrace laid.Benjamin. man, predicted that "someonein
John commented
,- flesh." Rockefeller fired back strong 1966 comeback. by defeated Sen. Barry think we're Tyler, to : 1 F. DUllngham, Ha the image of Gov. Romney"
going see an awful
Nixon the 1960 presidential Goldwater. There 'nail national committeeman, will emerge on top.
that Nixon was a poor Io.er"and were many lot of Mr. Nixon real quick. I \ ::
"peevish" In his remark nominee, and GOP Govi suggestions that he yield controlof think he's the only man who can I said the party should regroup Rep., Stanlf1' R./.Tupper, R.
George Romney of Michigan the the around "someone who will rep- Maine, named Rockefeller
A fellow New York Republican party machinery as the ,
Sen. Jacob K. Javits William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania result of the shattering Impactof pull party together. :resent the true consensus of the Romney, Scranton, Chafee

spoke up Sunday night on the ( and Nelson A. Rockefeller President Johnson's landslide South Carolina State Chairman 4:onservatives" He named Nixon Henry Cabot Lodge and Nixon

Nixon-Rockefeller clash. He told of New York were most J. Drake Edens Jr. said and Scranton as possibilities as potenllalleadefl.

i' newsmen "I would hope that frequently mentioned ai prospective Nixon, who campaigned actively Nixon "is the man you have to Minnesota National Committeeman Gov. Henry Bellmon of Ok la.

-14 there would be a full moratorium leaden of this come- for Goldwater, was men- watch In the party." Robert L. 1 1plan George Etzell forecast homa listed Gov. John A. Lore

on all personality clashes." of Colorado Mark 0.Hatfield ol

HIa comments came as an Oregon, Scranton and Nixon as

a.. k Associated Press survey showed Weather RoundupZONES More About among those who'should" lead in
that many Influential leaders In party rebuildIng:

.. xrr the Republican party were lookIng Johnson The Republicans were almost
a to the former vice president unanimous in their belief that

to take a leading role In rebuild lie GOP can recover from Its
ing the GOP.Romney From Page 1 massive defeat and make a
y; Rockefeller and strong showing 196 and 1968

Pennsylvania' Gov. William W. Q 5N. destined for delivery to the two key Cabinet memberswill GOP State Chairman Craig

Scranton were also frequently Congress in January. jointly canvass some of the Truax of Pennsylvania said the

mentioned ss prospective leaders B C Fair through Tuesday .Nr eH Flying west from Washington global military and diplomatic coalition of Democratic forces

of the comeback. Many ol low tonight 49 to SO. with McNamara was Deputy problems. now headed by Johnson "should

those questioned In the AP survey High Tuesday in the 70s. Secretary of Defense Cyrus Johnson, for the second yearIn not be formidable If the Republican *

suggested that Goldwater North and northeast winds. I Vance. a row, Is hopeful of keepingthe party offers progressive

give up control of the party to 15 miles an hour. McNamara, coming to the federal budget from exceed alternatives to Democratic dDg.ma. -

machinery after winning only _. "exas hill country without any ing $100 billion. ."
A ". loir tonlgnt mi TUMoo
r W live Southern states and his Low tanliht M to ... HlgA 'un- formal agenda for his talks with Pentagon outlays, accounting "The American people Inherently -
... home state of Arizona last Tues coy 7o to H. Virliwo Wind | Mla from
arrive move the
mini. In "0au.. Johnson, was to late for about half of all federal away type
M1 He will be will have decisive or monolithic power structure
day.On B ear thnv' .h Tuoidty Law tfnlgtit today. an overnightgueat'at spending, a
the heels of Johnson'slandslide In tht KM High T_., m Mw the ranch where the impact on whether or not he they now see In Washington and

victory, several Republicans mule 701., NorlBimt In ...,,.M Lc.m105 north wind 5.9N II 5wto-Iy It II :President has been relaxing achieves his goal for the fiscal will support the Republican
have suggested that Tu..d0y.U ,5wrrGAINESVILLE party with renewed vigor," he
since the Nov. 3 election. year that begins next July 1.
(A* Wlrrphott tt Ino Sun) Dean Burch be replaced as P ,ai, NwusTu..d.y.. Low McNamara will be Joined here The President who will enter said.Few
"M 500 5K. I M.PO. ,
5155 Tuwd.y
Republican national chaIrman. _
0w15M with Montana
: agreed
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Norm d north. '
Tuesday by Secretary of State tain President-elect Gustavo
Reyentlow and BrideLance Wind a0 II mini on .....,. National Committeeman James
WEATHER Dean Rusk. The President and Diaz Ordai of Mexico Thursdayand
H I Folr ttlrtuoh '_'Y. Low E. Murphy "that we'll be back
More About 0. CL 5150 uMOty 71 ( Municipal Airport readings for his home
:::"t'.: twlndt Friday on acres
,NrmssN / I tt IIM In four years with our own land-
Reventlow heir to the Woolworth dime- 24 S
hours to I.m. today: High
mil., In "Mue. intends to spend the entire weekat .
I store million, lanes his bride outside WeRt wood o J Fair "hrewO. Tunde, Low 78 at 3 p.m.s low 41 at 7 a.m. More About his ranch. slide. J. Herman Saxon, North
Community Methodist Church In Hollywood Sunday UtilityFrom Ioftl.IsOt 'M ... 101. 5150 '_.y M5, Rainfall' : NonejKkMIKlllt The President took the wheel Carolina Republican state
Nlrth Kid MrthMll WUMI I It IImini chairman said "unless
after he and Cheryl Holdrldge, 19, were married. on "hour.K UM'IUTUU' ULSaWNaaeNIN GOPFrom Sunday when he and Mrs. John- some-

Reventlow 28, was marrying for the second time. 1 Portly cl..., ttirouoh ,...,.". 71 Law n"ICI. son drove 11 miles west to Fredericksburg thing happens to President
low ,Johnson I wouldn't
He Is the of Barbara Hutton. Page turnout 70 High .y MlomlTimo' 79 M think we
son M NorthMllorlriroutM wind to IItumot 75 NN.w to participate In
,.. have much of a 'chance at the
m115e In "M A" ." .. "' "
CRIME PAYS It encourages firms to extend 0"MM ... 15 5 Page 1 cornerstone-laying ceremonies White House for eight years."
ALMANAC ...... .. .. .1
sewer service, which Is better at St. Barnabas
Now York .. .. ... .1 N Episcopal I Colorado's Gov. Love said
Alfred Hitchcock has been than septic tanks. four 117 **. w..",,,,,... M :If In the only Republican gain, Church. Mrs. Johnson Is a that "any thought that the Republican -
Suttrlio tomorrow .. ChkigaKinm SI II
selected by the Screen Produc By permitting use of rights or tonight t.57 ,..m.MoMMt .. City JO s Walton County tossed out Its member of the church. He belongs party Is dead is ridicu-
era Guild to receive its 13th an way, the commissioners are CI,,, 0u.os, Nov. IIPROMININT O..v.. worl ..... "fl 14 nPt. Democratic representative andsent to the Christian Churchbut ous""We

nual Milestone Award for "his able to bargain and win some ITAHRtgulut. Lot Angtlol. .. JO iNIN" ; a Republican to the 1965! often, when home, accompa- will! pick up governor-
toric contributions to the world control standards and In till nit t.411.mVIIIBLi '/ 'aay'71nee 40 .11 House. But this defeat
over ma was a nies her to services at St. Bar ships, congressional seats and
of motion picture entertain terlals used In the sewer and Mow ..ul.... ,...5,14.0.. Low ., Hlo/I Is 19.., m$51..S..d m.1'and N ,5:55.:... within the party, based largely nabas. other offices in 196 and In 1968we

ment." water ayetema.Private I.".,",, hi .Hit wuffi Ill ,.m, OUL'M.NI, M."y'O.ICASTIAIT MIII MO upon tax Increases and other Johnson said nothing at the will have a GOP president"
firms Juellir, in .IhS HII I'U t.m. _, I ro 11 party matters stemming from he said.
by using public no" mr5a0 T00N.y. ceremonies. Mrs Johnson made
'OLD SOLDIER Ynw, .low In c5, ..., ..... rnr. could
rights of way, save the cost 01 the 1963 Legislature. It not the only speech, after presenting Gov. Robert E. Smylie of
:. Gen. Holland M. (Howlln1 buying easements across prIvately properly be called a Republican to the Fredericksburg Idaho, chairman of the GOP

'Mad) Smith, who once commended 1..4.. owned land. 5 Day ForecastFlorida victory. Church of St. Barnabas on Cy conference of governors, said

the largest Marine y; Alachua County Utilities Inc. This year, the Republican prus. Barnabas died a martyr's Republicans will have to con

-.: Corps lorce ever assembled, re. wants permission to serve seaLions Five Day Forecastfrom 70s In the north to near 80 party did not field a candidatein death nearly 2,000 years ago on centrate on winning. governorships -

turned Sunday to nil. World War 27, 21, 29, 32, 33 and 34 Temperatures will be near nor In the south. An Inch of rain in Charlotte County which had a that Mediterranean Island. two years from now InNe"

: II command post. In township 9, range 19, and sections' Normal lows range from 41 Republican representative In the Mrs. Johnson had been given York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
f The 15-year-old retired fourJTatar I, 4, and S, TSS R19E. Of- :12; in the extreme north to 70 the south can be expected duro 1961 session. the stone on a trip In 1962 when Nebraska, North Dakota, Colorado -

:r general commanded the' fleers' In the corporation are DavId in the keys. Normal highs range ing the middle of the week. I II Florida Republicans haven'lhad he and her husband, then the Wyoming Idaho, California -
Fleet Marine force in an effective voice In the
B. Smith, engineer; Ear I vice and Oregon.Sen. .
:n. 1944 when it consisted of 280,000 Powers, certified public accountant I Legislature since reconstruction president, visited Cyprus. John G. Tower, R-Tex.,
::.. Marines. The force now has n,- Flasks Sato has bees named and former state road GOP Has Vital Role They didn't send representativesto It was a gift of Greek Orthodox said that with: Johnson at the

SOD men. as successor lo ailing Japanese board member; and W. JWhltehunt I the House In any numbers un- Archbishop Makarlos, now president head of the ticket it Is going to

Prime Minister Hayale former Alachau In Future LBJ Says til the 1951 Legislature. And the of Cyprus. be difficult for Republicans 10win I
ADVENTURE Ikeda. Sato II former trade I County commissioner 1961 session-with 18 members In his state:

= Howard Goldberg Is the orlr. and Industry minister. Story Hope's request .Is to serve a WASHINGTON (AP) Presl./Itary of Defense Robert S. Me- -was the largest delegation but More About "If Hubert Humphrey were

glnator of a non profit club on Page 1. wedge snuggled to the Gainesville I dent Johnson says he la verj'''Namara and Secretary of the still not a power. president there Is no question In

known as "Adventure onT I JFK LIBRARY city limits, and Includingall proud of the work done In his,''Treasury Douglas Dillon), CIA I my mind that Die Republicans

Shoestring sections 14, 23 and 24; section I administration by many Republicans Director John McCone, Special Retarded Child JapanFrom would carry Texas"he said.
: which has some Mrs. Edward M. Kennedy, 13 and It southwest of U.S. I and he thinks the GOP' Assistant for National Security John Cromala, president of

1.400 NeW York wile of the Democratic senate 441; section 1} north of the city I has a vital role to play In the Affairs McGeorge Bundy, and Talk PlannedRev. Page 1 II California Young Republicansand

: metropolitan from Massachusetts, has flown limits and southwest of U. S. J American system.In distinguished Republican busi a strong Goldwater man

area residents to Ireland to participate in the 441; and the east quarter mile an exclusive copyright, nean-community leaders such as Samuel S. Cuthbert, Sun- Sato's election was assured)!'tamed the election defeat onparty

I as numbers. opening of the John F. Kennedy of sections IS and 22, all In I Interview today In US News & John McCloy and Robert Anderson. land pastoral counselor and' !arlier today when the Liberal members who didn't support

.- Goldberg conducts [ Memorial Library exhibit In township I, ranges 19 and 20. 1 World Report, the President chaplain, will speak at Tue.day' :Democrats l nominated him for I the national ticket.
: the members Dublin asked how he viewed the "I proud during the he Dr. Thomas
was was very of the Alachu 1 post after a prolonged struggle Brigham acting
: on New Mrs Kennedy Is to meet with! Republican pa rty's present role. campaign to have the active Association for Retard ; within the party. State Minster 'Alabama state chairman: said
York tour i/ President Eamon de Valera Plan School He replied: I support of four former membersof ed County Children. :1 Ichiro Kono, and former ]Republicans won in his state

T which might Wednesday.She "1 certainly feel that the Republican the Cabinet under! President I rorelgn Minister Alichiro Fugl- I through a strong grassroots

; Include Inspec. Goldberg also will represent the Here ForReservists party has an Important Eisenhower. The group will meet at 8 p m. 3 lima' also were rontanders.C organization he predicted will

r tins of a brewery, an opera Kennedy family when the exhibit md vital role to fill In our system "I anticipate that some of at the School Administration Ikeda. who announced his !ipread throughout the South.

: dress rehearsal, an evening In opens In Germany at Frankfurt and in the making of our those Republicans who supported Building, 1817 East University 1 retirement OcL 25, settled the Sen. Strom Thurmond, South

the apartment of i playwrightor and West Berlin. national policies."I us during the campaignwill contest with a note from Us 'Carolina Democrat who turned

: i nuclear scientist or visitIng am very proud of the con- resume an active role In Ave.Rev. hospital bed recommending ]Republican to support Gold-
A series of weekly schools for
LABOR POST? discuss
a hospitality\ center In Man ributlons: made to the administration leading the Republican party Dna Cuthbert wlU soutlons late water, predicts "the pendulum
officers Is
Army reserve being
: Bowery.. Rrp. Adam CUvloa Ptwell planned by the U.S. Army Reserve : by so many outstanding constructive course to main- to problems In counseling Sato takes office at a time will' swing back:" -
the retarded and their lamllies. -
D-N.Y", lay he has heard a rumor center here. rood[ Republicans and good I tala the bipartisanship In government when, following Red China's
: 'THE MAN'Novelist that he might be offered J Americans, such as Secretaries which is so essential atomic, blast, pressures are

: Irving Wallace has appointment as secretary or The instruction would Include ,McNamara and Dillon (Secre-((America's success In all fields."! The meeting Is public. mounting for a new look at r@la.i
sreer courses the Army --- -
received the George Washington labor. lions with Peking. Japan does _
service schools and the Command
: Carver Memorial Institute Supreme The 55-year-old congressmantold not have diplomatic relations
and General Staff Settled
: Award of Merit for his reporters Sunday night he College.A Suit Against Baker with Red China but would Ike :

"contribution to the betterment had heard the report "from t minimum of five students to trade more with Its Commu-

-: of race relation." perfect stranger In New York I. needed to establish schools in nist neighbor. .IUNTI.
just before leaving" for San these divisions Judge advocate ten (or lea M,. _DOD,M. toorol lory-
Wall'c, novel "The Man" laI a. mm M Nod
civil affairs, Out of Court in Secret'arrested ot | tt ...... ? M Novomoirol
the story of a Negro who be- Francisco. adjutant general Fire Destroys 110. 50s.. .......M. d,9........ CMNNwm
military police finance 1 ..,. w. 55, asp 5ed ..... A. J.
of the United Powell said such offer .
3 comes president an chemical and Intelligence.A am.ewnl co ucll..t Mo .........- iurlH
I States. from President Johnson would army G ifriu Qnrk ffimri which had carried with It: twice on morals I M M AMM nMWy .M* .MwMN
I NW Side Home W'T' ..
3 The award was presented lo require "an agonizing decision. 10 student minimum Is the Ironclad stipulation that If charges, and Abe Fortas, a a "- runorM

Wallace Sunday during a cen- ." The Job Is held by W. needed for command and general NEW YORK-Newsweek' it leaked to newspapers beforeNov. adviser, had urged Williams to "'"'..". *". "M*. '_ I ion.kw .
Z tennlal celebration of the birth Willard VYu-u, an appointee of staff, transportation, qua,- magazine will say this week 4 the deal was off was seek an out of. court settle Fire destroyed the home OL 5 lor'P*1M..>WHhomt Woo _WIN. oo MM ot
of Carver, famed Negro sclenI the late President John F. Ken- ermasler, armor, infantry, artillery that the lawsuit that set off the pieced together by Newswerk'i ment. It says Carllner was willing Brady Jones Jr. on the NW llth 5/. !..* W 0-.. 'tr. Chowl Mowno?.*...
ordinance, signal medal Robert G. Baker Investigationby Avenue extension early unday =,. *' c uc..iixo
(tint nedy. Washington Bureau chief but wanted at least $100000. ,. : ;;,N. : 111 ,.....
) service, engineer and II rdefense. the Senate was settled out ol morning. -'_ --..wf mo ._
Benjamin Bradlee." The magazine also asserts Jones' ol DOTCM a... Aw/a_ M.. W'Io
residence Rt
3 Box
month with the .
a No.
ago UVM M 5N M m A... MrWIIIOFIW .
; More About A year of instruction will include proviso that It remain secret I According to Bradlee'i account : 17J, was burned after an electrical sow VolorM of Worl Wor
24 two hour assemblies until after the election. I the $30000. settlement "Reporters. gathered for the short Ignited a blaze at 4 U 7ItII rio.Tor. vl...MoMo to rocotao, M : IIS ot IK P I.*..

and a two week annual actlv.duty The magaiine. In III Issue of was reached between E d ward deposition taking session -Including a.m., the Gainesville Fire Department .NIT.RI*. Meat w..... (|Mrlomim
who had been kr ...... ., ,
I Duval I some reported. MM* ** H
I training period. Now 1', says the suit, fer Bennett "Williams lawyer far mformaLon 22 of RM1554 54. O.MIMO,. Mo.Gjine .
feeding to the Republicans
II 0-.. I....
Baker Carllner
David ,
Interested reserve officer $300.000, was settled for PI.' were thrown o f f Feud c:_ wow ar. W. .. 000now
are asked to contact )fr. ru.led 000. had been representing Hill. The ma,. Referee 4Kh..a WI -.. Pwwn5 544 r
It brought by
the scene, and the case droppedout I -W 5M N.a1. M 0-.. n ..
E From Page 1 at the Army Reserve Center Ralph Hill a businessman, who line notes that Baker had been of the aews.1* BUENOS AIRES, Argentina e 54wNMa.s Nw ew "Mr-< WONMy 54 M

charged that Baker's S. r ..U ,"Lyndon Johnson's right hand Hill brought his I lawsalt (AP) -Great Britain has been

Alachua County's two Negro Tennessee and Georgia, In addi-. Corp. "bad muscled Hill's company man" in the Senate, when Johnson against Baker and others bathe designated arbiter of the border

"- high schools Lincoln and A. 1., tion. to Florida. ProC[ to Che out of a Juicy contract," was the Senate majority J Serv-U Corp. la September. I dispute between Argentina and svill. SunS

Mebane. currently "approved"members Wt are sure, by having these Newsweek said. leader. 190. He contended that Baker aisle ever 270 square miles In'
of the 8\, will be2 outsiders on the committee I Newsweek said the ;!he Andres. '
Lecture Baker resigned as secretary agreement -and Serr-U NlhN.I ........
come regular accredited there tin bias Today caused the cancellation .. ......
roem- ren
no against /
to the Democratic majority of was reached on Oct. I h of his Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Mtwikiy. II'd mmJo -
ben at this months meeting of Duval 'y ID the recom- the men's room outside an office own vending com- Zavala Orta. Just bark from J*.. CeNysNle. PueCoraoy -
Dr. James A. Olsor Professor the Senate after his outside Mny's contract with Me I
3 the SA, Manning predicted mendal I of the SA" Me. In the Warner Building in par ,conferences with the "'" < .> 101 $1
1 In the past, the SA had dual Guire aComm of Biochemistry, C" -je of business activities came under !nc., a government contractortis Chilean 34 *1oc*. Gowv n iN. Florid*,
downtown where foreign minister
Washington said the dec. nib
edicine, University of Florida fire. Virginia. "''l..sd II MCeI'4 c5awG
: accreditation standards for Negro > ..ng on the effects on will I "It Hill's tie l the newsmen were waiting to. witness don to aubmlt the dispute to ,... Oike m
and white schools, but now pupils attending schools that. present the Sigma Xl was a C a, Baker has been Identified asa .arbitration DIN. fd5CyuT7ose'".
lecture for the first \trimester at magaiine asserts" that depositions In the case. founder was a decisive step
all schools must measure up to have lost accreditation, "Jd e- and substantial shareholder
the same criteria I Guire laid It probably wont 1 pm today In McCarty Anitorlum. exposed Baker as an Influence- It goes on to. say? that Williams ta Serv-U. and last June Toll Rises UailU 01 urn MAIL IT

3 Manning said Lincoln and M. prevent them from entering coi.ege. peddler with a variety of his had delayed taking depositions It was reported that he had t Wort .41

2 bane had made up shortages' In' Dr. Olson, a graduate of own profitable enterprises In the case to avoid pub acquired overwhelming control' SAO PAULO Brazil AP I ..... SI.IS
:t library books and both were| "After all there are name Harvard University, has been from motels to beef to vending Dicing It with political 1mp of the corporation Serv-U was Toe ton of known dead M N.N 1IAMcrI"-, _

: now ready to be "fulry1 *s I alleges you tan go .to witho-jt at the University of Florida marfemes." aliens before the election."H -1 Incorporated ander the laws it roDapw of a new IVstory to bufld-the M ... 5w ..,.......

credited. yen being a high school grad since I 1959. The title sf his lee- The Srv-U Corp. Is a vend magazine also says that Delaware in December 1ML ng bas risen to A At least 21 aAlse Iwo-. ear

< McCuire said the SA s visitation iaic But you can ask tire Is 'Functions and Transformation leg machine concern. Hill filed! :r W, Jenkins former assistant Early this year tt wu said that hers are musing. ... ..
: :his question 'Would JOIII'Sf"j. of Carotenes In the suit as president of lie' to President J. k s son.I the corporation bad been doing Aa unofficial source blamed -..-... '-. .. IU---_.
+ committee In Duval County',a 1Ir: ltllliot| accredited :' tun' This meeting is open!Capitol Vending Co. ,who resigned recently after k a (TOM' business of about f],:he disaster st Plraclcsba: last --- .. -.
wu made up of members from|AMtor an operation to the public. I "The story of the settlement was disclosed that he had been million a year ]Friday on low quality concrete. "ti N r.s1.w,001.1.

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Monde... Naamb 9.. 19&4 Calii.nllla -Sun--- f

I Hunt Kidnaped r Russian Spacemen Didn't Use bodies, as would be the casa
k1LIiTr :Missionaries I Straps During Flight under the force of gravity.The .
'-' '-' I account did not explain
LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo I 3ff u fork{ Itmra drank and slept without strapping This produced amusing situations took turns sleeping for example what prevented the 111. ping I
MOSCOW The three man themselves to their I because of the weightless their arms were left suspended bodies from floating about the
iT 1 ;( -Helicopters ranged over I crew of the spaceship Voskhod according to the P r a v d leats'j condition in orbital flight, t h vertically in the air Instead -!cabin If they were not strappedto
terrain hi the northwest count astronauts When
(Sunrise) disclosed Sunday that they of resting on their feet._ or, their seat
----- -
I Congo today seeking 29 >ti d. they never used seat 11 rap. -
naped German missionaries,. during their 24 hour High t
They Included Martin BormanrJr. I last month, except during I
the and landing ,
4 M t1 I Jr., son of Hitler's deputy. stages.launching tr ,

White mercenary soldiers who, They also said their I spacecraft -
I the town of Ikela less
IPrL captured I the"wnie"
had been equipped with a J
than 200 miles south of Stanley ,
new orientation control system .yp
ville, the rebel capital, said I. that made It possible to orient
villagers believed the Commu the vehicle even while it was
..wW nist-backed Insurgents originally -. flying on the dark aide of the
planned to kill the missionaries. -earth.
These and other disclosures 1 1 1u yRMwayto
were made in Pravda, the
, Reject Bomb Communist Party newspaper.

CUNTUR, India (APThe I The three astronauts I a I d
I their in the ain
t ruling Congress party has rejected _
le-seat Vostok had
; spacecraft
proposals that India build
Y'' it
left their couches only for
I E 4: Its own atom bomb to offset Red .
short periods to make necessary _
1 China's nuclear __
new power. aY

The party's governing com- observations.The crew of the Voskhod, on pay h \ M\1

I mittee supported Prime Minister the contrary, worked ate
Lal Bahadur Shastri Sunday _
after he told it entry into a nuclear See Page 11 iui w0i;
arms race with Peking
I Impoflont AnnouncementAbout
would be a "gross betrayal" of Your Future From bills. t 14
....;f the principles of nonviolence, DALECARNEGIE _
espoused by Mohandas K. Gandhi I

Exchange Check and Jawaharlal Nehru ___pl _
+"7..MM4tv..A4Ne.M.w.rvMw4+w 'W

Hand-delivered by Jack Club BILL FAULK
Harvey Exchange .
treasurer is a check for support of the Gainesville says: : t ; _
Boys' Club, turned to Mike Krenhka byCHeCK
over executive "Hav you had en Insurance check-up \
director. Eight-year-old Tomml Tierney is a recently?" Set a proftuionol I lndp.nd-
Insurant. Afl nt tomorrow! Look lor I
witness to the transaction. The Exchange Club sponsors tnt
the I I" wait!!
a charity ball each year to raise money for the 1
Mi 2-2901 ;
Boys' Club, and to buy shoes for indigent children. NATIONAL MOTICTION WICK
Donations are $5 for each couple. This year's dagca NOVIMIIR I.14th "
will be next Friday. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis)


Red Unity Talks IS H y

Checks save running all over town to pay bills.

Are Continuing Let Beneficial putCASH r They ment. also provide a foolproof record of pay-


I 1 MOSCOW (AP) Foreign however, that the Kremlin Is in pocket today
Communist leaders who came anxious to bridge certain differences jour We invite you to come in and Check-
I to Moscow to celebrate the 47th He did not specify what open your

I anniversary of the Bolshevik they were. ing Account at Citizens 'today.OF .
revolution stayed on today, The Communist' party paper Crt set to enjoy the holidays)M the ash you want now for tnop.
apparently for Red unity meetings Pravda in its account of the ping (or paying bllli,for any good ""0".Just phone Beneficial
with the new Kremlin -wh, r- tile money to ready and w.ltln-Ind find out what
I anniversary celebration omittedthe red holiday ..,"leI lit Why not call Btntflclil for your cash
leadership. part of Defense MinisterRodion today Two million fimltl.i do each yir.
Official secrecy enveloped the Y. Mallnovsky's speech
movements of Chlntse Premier which attacked U.S. Defense BENEFICIALt9H CITIZENS
Chou En-lai and officials from Secretary Robert S. McNamara.
12 other Communist states but
I Malinovsky told a Kremlin IBANK
Informed sources believed they,reception the Soviets "shall not loan up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
were discusrlng problems that'do as the U.S. defense secretary B.n.flclol Finance Co of Galn.ivlllt

have split the Red camp. I who threatens to destroy the (/301 N.MAIN ST.(Opp.Masonic Home)GAINESVILLE .
Discussion was believed centered -Soviet Union at moment"
any YES
Phone: 376.2676 Ash for the MANg
on the Kremlin's decisionto Following the attack, Kosygln once IVININGS. BY Mro1NTMa'1T-INONI, roe HOURS NORTH MAIN ST AT NORTHEAST 4TH AVE. GAINESVillE FLORIDA MEMBER FDIC

proceed with ax-Premier,went out of his way to talk with 11964. IIrNr"CIAl, "NANt'P eoo I"
Nikita Khrushchev' plan for a'U.s. Ambassador Foy D. Koh- .
December meeting of Red representatives -'ler. Diplomats felt that Kosygln!-
from 2( nations to was trying to take some cf the
o prepare for a world Communist sung out of Malinovsky'i re-

conference.Khrushchev' had called the mark.Brezhnev said in a speech You can enjoy
meeting to set the stage for a:Friday that he believed most
showdown in his bitter dispute Americans want peace.
with the Chinese. The ousted
the miracle of
premier's successors apparently: I Movs
hope to turn it Into a harmony at f

dicusslon.Soviet party chief Leonid I. LINE IX/lcscjncrxA C

Brezhnev and Premier Alex ORIGINALEQUIPMENT
N. Kosygln were reported giving .
a dinner tonight for heads'of '
,the visiting Red delegations.Only Astro-Sonic Stereo Hi-Fi

brief courtesy talks have
been reported officially since Goodyear Tires

arriving last week for the Innl-I BUYS
Indications, however, that the'
Get the 4th TIRE
visitors through Tuesday.would stay at least I FREEDURING IN THE RE-CREATION OF SOUND. than ordinary tube sets!

French Communist party secretary -
Georges Marchais, who HAS NO TUBES!
recently returned home from -
Moscow, said In Paris the new I
Soviet leaders told him they 4 for 3 SALE
are not seeking any ideological -
compromise with Red China. I
Marchals told party members. 6 SHAKER STEREO


Crowd Boos

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tF/ic/i Police
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(AP) The sun Exclusive Micromatk
was sun low on the horizon, i 14
the two strutted! toward each I 1 fee.,4 player hot e

other in an alley. 10-YR. GUARANTEED
For a second they stopped! and
glared. Then they lunged and diamond s.d1.1.
the fight was on. I )

But not for long They wen
both chicken. White Leghorn SINGLE Till i 6 ip.oK,rt-including
roosters to be exact sew ..
Two 12" !.<.
Flying feathers and cheering
brought polka from a station $i- 75 r

across the street. The office m utttwtim l..uriful Walnut
tailed for help. tae
Four squad carl screeched fJBJ fg &4 tM BffCOOOTUa C. I..tfryRA
kita the alley and surrounded el yaa w
lie amateur gamecocks One
Ifnm reached Into the whirl- "NO LIMIT GIJA&ANTIIae LONG-
seal of feathers. Ha withdrew
a.a M -- one .. EXt
ua battered hand quickly The I r..5 .S M N -,- sac SEPARATION
Toed CMCTML w-_tor a.- a eM / sT olt GREATER
Armed with snares from ash fOil SOUNDI

ago'i stopped Society., NO MONEY DOWN of STEREO
plica finally the battleAw 2
Nobody clamed the roosterS.
(hey were tucked safely away AmO-SOMK WAR UHTT. TW ...cad ?'Olt
sjr the AfltknieJry Society-out toW ___ wI e- tiieee.r.rl
I sight of each other -.1 ...... OWN!eras.!

Shell Ti,. Sarrica McDUFF of GAINESVILLE. .
The "blackout" period exper-
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IiftwzuiIieBONN I TilE ('j More Confusion

... ,
Nets for fflmr| <
II. MAMIION ,,..1' O
Florida'a Beautiful I; ,!M **"" 1B JOHMIO Vl" :
s f'' : *"* .." nw' ae1KW.. || I NEW YORK Bickering among Republicans over their
University City' i a N ." "' vk. /rei.'"'TA party's national leadership Is taking on the earmarks of the
.1 VWtltlMI DIHOtT' 101 T* By RALPH McGII.LPilllUw t3 f r 9ly confused struggle! that resulted In Sen. Barry Goldwater's
VIM PTMMMI, mi cimiWM Pnn WHlM t Flbll.M it 1x-Tx P
01 Ik. au..,., 113. ( CMHIMM nomination last July.

1 THE SUN'S POLICY Fes 1 Privately, most moderate and liberal Republican officials

I. Report Kit news fully ind Importlally In the news columns MeasureOf and even many conservatives shsre Sen. Jacob K. Javits
2. ( feeling that the party's survival Is st stake In the coming
xprtti the opinion of 111. Sun I Irv- but only In-tditorlolt./
:. J 3. Publlih oil ildti of Important controvtrilol lisuti.E5 showdown for control national headquarters.

The Sun's telephones: All departments FURTHERMORE, In the wake of Goldwater's resounding
defeat last Tuesday, many are convinced a majority of national
committee members want Goldwater's lieutenantswho
Agony I dominate the organisation to step aside or be oustedIn
I Il
3 favor of more generally acceptable leaders.
Compromise on Big Bombers
But at this point, observers see little evidence that non-
If the
.. race Issue In its
41 Goldwater Republicans have become more willing or able
A revised program for developing; have a fleet of faster and Is emotional removed forms from and the to work than they were before the nominating convention

-4 4t] a faster and longer range strategic range bombers to fall back on. election results, Bar- last summer or even the election disaster last Tuesday.
welter of accusations proposals and self-serv
... 3 Noting the ,
.. M. Goldwater l
bomber is being prepared for submission won one ing maneuvers by other Republicans, a major national
Arizona. Even there
to the next session of Congress Secretary McNamara is Republican candidates, Republican figure shook his head sadly and said:

by Secretary of Defense Rob- keep a lid on our climbing not fare too well. The .,. .. "If those of us who want the party to have s future don'tlearn
costs and reduce them if '. margin of about quickly to work together, this anti Goldwater thing
ert McNamara. It ia hoped that this is confronted with considerable in Arizona was obvious Is going to bog down. It

i will provide a satisfactory corn- sure from the armed services s sympathy vote for the HOW TO LOSE BIG looks like the preliminaries
to San Francisco all
: promise between those defense planners the airplane industry to candidate.
again. Nobody seems to be
are the five
:: who want an entirely new fleet heavy spending. states of the old cot doing anything In concert.

.t of intercontinental bombers and region. There Even Cabot Lodge is trying
=: His new proposal little discernible joy Negative Strategy to set up a meeting of his
those who contend we can rely more own."
asking Congress for funds the Democrats
.?ng who. .
fully on missiles. spent for the development of 8U oacKiasnea inemscives Then ne added;
and more powerful engines and the Goldwater Republi Nrui flnrk Itmra that he could win at least; strong sense of their times
The debate has centered around column. Senator Goldwa- NEW YORK Sen. Barry about 45 per cent of the vote and the choices confronting 1 "AT THIS RATE, we are
:: kind of navigational and had gone down the drain M. Goldwater lost the 1964 and make respectable show them, and that they would respond -- going to get what we got st
the questioned obsolescence of manned equipment that would be needed history. President John- election In the vain hope thata Ing for his cause, but even he> to a candidate who gave the San Francisco convention
bombers, the cost of maintaining the type of bomber the Air '. percentage of victory huge conservative v o te was not sure he could capturethe 1 reasoned answers to the questions Goldwatsr."
both a large inter-continental bomber advocates. greater than that of awaited his call. Republican Party from uppermost In their A comment In Washington
.. : force and a missile force and the D. Roosevelt In 1938 Even during the campaign, what he once called the "mys minds. These questions, he by Sen. Everett McKinley

; prospects for development of a reliable The money would also be DwIght D. Eisenhower in Goldwater appeared to many terious clique in the East. felt, could be reduced to: Dirksen of Illinois, minority
observers to be throwing Peace or war. leader in the Senate, calledto
anti-missile system. finance research to determine 1958.NO PRESIDENTIAL candi away his chances of winning.He IT TURNED out that he was -Future well.being mind the last harsh feud

these advanced devices might has ever been ao over did It, In the main, by wrong on both counts. Moderate over the Republican leadership .
Secretary McNamara ,has stoutly used to increase and improve the the choice of so permitting and even aiding his Republican leadership had IN SHAPING his campaign the one that followed
opposed upending an estimated $9 formance of existing bomber a majority. The Presi- own Isolation from the Republican atrophied and his nomination strategy, the President foundin Gov. Thomas E. Dewey's
billion on an all-out bomber replace- fighter-bomber planes. had carried out the Ken- Party. It was a minority was simple, even In the face Goldwater an antagonist surprise defeat by President
believes program. 0 n I y In the party when the campaign of the numerous mistakes he who made his problem easy. Harry S. Truman In 1948.
ment program. He the states was there a back- started and Its deliberate made and the frequent setbacks Goldwater made it clear "Everybody will come out
United States possesses sufficient In short, the proposal of resentment against fragmentation, which he suffered. But his that his campaign would be of his corner with a lot of
missile potential to discourage a potential a concession to those who dispute for so doing. Other South- President Johnson skillfully type of conservatism did not based on dissent. Johnson, ideas," Dlrksen observed to
/ enemy from launching an attack view that the drive for bigger states that had gone Re- abetted, ended all hope of any seem to attract the conserva- from the moment he succeeded day. "Now I intend to standstill
on this country. faster bombers need not be in three previous na majority producing coalition. Ism of New England Yankees to the presidency, had call- I Intend to do a lot of
elections the small towns of the ed for national unity.
North Care thinking and get a
ed under perspective
present Florida, Tennessee, Vir- DESPITE THE FACT thatIt Middle West or the city su- Goldwater could be countedon ."
The Air Force and several congressmen Kentucky choose was never widely believed burbs.In for hard negative criticismof After the
Republican defeat
have contended that missiles proposal appears to be a face a future in which all that Goldwater had a real the New Hampshire primary the administration. Mr. 18
have never been tested under sible compromise. It is probably would have an op- chance to win, he dominatedthe Goldwater used almostno Johnson espoused positivism, Dirksen'i years was one ago of, however.the first
wartime conditions and for that early to abandon manned to live with dignity American political scene written speeches; held frequent holding out s vision of pros- names proposed for national
all news conference and everywhere at home and
opportunity. year. perous progress
should not be relied and sole reliance chairman by a demanding
as place '
reason upon our on group -
That five states could not He dominated for two pri- solicited questions peace abroad.Goldwater .
an adequate weapon aystem. They siles. Until such a decision is a majority of voters mary reasons. He presented from his audiences. He talked could be counted Chairman the removal of National
argue also that if a reliable anti-mis- takably safe, work should rise above the level of the to ordinary voters In both more and said much more upon to mount personal Hugh Scott
lie system should be developed by toward being prepared to forms of racial preju- parties, in a form sometimes that was controversial than do campaign Johnson had com Although the Democratic

Soviet Russia: in the near future, it better plane. if and when they that have for so long re- direct, sometimes obs cur e, most presidential candidates.The manded Congress "to always losses triumph last and week Republican
the development of ed- disturbing questions about damage from Goldwa- debate principles, never debate were muchgreater
could be disastrous if did not be needed.
ter's New than In 1948, what
and general progress matters directly affect I In. Hampshire defeat personalities
t I 31'I'' not entirely unexpected. them proved not much of a setbackto Goldwater, took an uncompromising happened among Republicans
1CUBANTEt only Georgia provid- To many, he seemed to his campaign for the nom stance that made then is reminiscent to
41 ,,, OF A. QUAKE the shock. threaten personal benefitslike ination. But It had an enormous it difficult to unify his party. political observers of what
It likely will take these five Social Security. To oth- effect In creating fears Johnson Invited Republicansto appears to be developingnow.
a decade to eliminate ers, he seemed to suggest nu- about and hostility to him end join with the Democrats. .
I 'Fidelismo9 their political life the clear war as a conceivableline in giving him a reputation of Goldwater Indicated I his Scott, then a congressman
Expanding and stresses grow of policy. To still others, a "trigger. happy hipshooter"and slofness from the voter, dis- from Pennsylvania and nowa
3 out of_their defection to he conveyed the Idea that he a man Indifferent to welfare daining mingling with the Senator, had been Dewey's
Senator Goldwater would slow, or at least not problems.In crowds. 'Meeting the pea personal deslgnee for national
; Q Nrui Dark t&lrntt Slates as s hemispheric Impossible that the campaigned hard for such push, the Negro drive for his hour of triumph at ple" became the most distinctive chairman, Just at
E By C. L. SULZBERCER scapegoat, holding us responsible should help us. The USA result. He had made Inflam civil rights. San Francisco, Goldwater characteristic of the Pres- Dean Burch, the present
HAVANA, Cuba Although for everything, even himself demand ideological racist appeals to cre- Tennesseans were told he challenging American political Ment'i campaign. chairman, 11 1 Goldwater
: Isolated on a small Carib- For example! he blames sions and we will a following His speeches favored selling the Tennessee tradition offered no quarterto In short, the Goldwater man.
o bean Island, Fidel Castro tees us inferentially for the fact prepared to make the South had been care Valley Authority; old people his opponents. His acceptance campaign appeared to the
: .his Cuba as the epicenter of that he became a Commu- of that sort" tailored to a p p e a 1 to were convinced he would speech was a hardline Johnson strategists to be vul- DEMANDS' FOR Scott to
political quake that will nlit He contends that during aspect of prejudice, be leave their care to their chil- conservative appeal containing nerable In almost every sec step down b c gan to be
.. rumble across all Latin Amer his guerrilla war against Ba- CUBA'S T.OOO.Wfl that In housing, business, dren. Something about the the famous phrase that extremism tor. sounded within minutes of
ica. He considers extended tlsla "I did not clearly see are on short rations the klans and various l Senator's supporters notablythe in the defense of lib Dewey' concession of lossto
revolution an Inevitable reaction that a social revolution would pend on Soviet o u n ells" committed to John Birch Society, created erty was no vice. JOHNSON concentrated Truman.
: to U. S. policies and eollld directly with the USA., and a long, tenuous all the evils of a distinct unease in the most on trying to widen and For the next two months
boasts "there Is no way of (hit the antagonism arising Were Moscow to old segregated system minds of minority groups and FROM THE MOMENT he perpetuate the split between Republican leaders Issued
stopping" from this would produce the Cuban venture Is too has held the South back civil libertarians. spoke In the Cow Palace, Goldwater and the Republican statements about the need
This confident assertion Is concrete events of later years. Castro would be out of a century. Because he raised these evoking the frenzied cheers of moderates. for "revitalizing" the party,
mixed with Implacable mistrust "Had I understood the Imperialist W* might|| become DESERTED BY all other questions In voters' minds, the conservatives, and the Everywhere the President "broadening Its base," "I n.
4 for the United States. phenomenon, 1 would In the Great Power states, the five stand Goldwater raised an even worst fears of the moderates sounded his unity theme, wooed jecting new blood," shifting
During Khrushchev's last then have truly become a presumably because of in the national eye and more sweeping question In the his chance of unifying Republican votes with high the emphasis from the alleged
y months, Ru sl.'. premier urg- Marxist Leninist" (not la- he seeks so feverishly in stark Isolation. minds of Republican leaders, his party and shaping It In the praises for partisanship "me tooism" of Easterners
ed Castro to ease his strain ter). "Rut to reach that pand Fidellsmo to the It was not surprising that professionals, financiers and conservative mold was gone. and pictured his opponent as to conservatism and
:. with Washington but the latter point I had to have two yearsof land.. As s guerrilla was little pleasure In philosophers.TO Johnson himself was the an outcast In his own political so forth.
t seems to feel world Com, armed conflict (against Ba he knows a single state margins given the master strategist of the Democratic community.Oct. There were also demandsfor
4I In-validate / tista) during which I saw U.S. I Isn't enough; that a defeated and discred THEM he seemed to campaign. He called 14 was the low point of a national committee
this advice. nlanej being used to attack tion must move man In the hilt I I o r y of present the painful prospect the shots, whether It was directing the Johnson campaign. Early meeting.On .
the defenseless population, outward or wither. polttica.Republicans of a major Ideological shift to the writing of a major that evening the White I t Chrlstams Eve, 194,
"or COURSE," he says "I causing measureless suffering And what concept In the South the right, a fundamental speech or a snap decision on House announced that a presidential Chairman Scott called l a I
I cannot prophesy. However, offer those Latin themselves Geldwater break with the domestic political the speaker's platform to tear aide, Walter W. Jen- meeting for Jan. 28, In Omaha -
statistics show that In m arty he would encourage to not Republi- course of the last 30 the speech up. Much as he kins, was In a hospital with !
I 'Latin American countries "A year of revolutionary lute "Fidellsmo," he Senator S t rom Thur years, a return to the policy criticized his opposition for nervous exhaustion. Then the _I
government would have to of South of nationalistic Isolation from Impulsiveness, the President harried chairman arrived
there Is growing Impoverishment "Is Just s word. It Is Carolina. In account of his morals. arrests
; population Increases pass before experience madeus synthesize an Idea. It Is his official depar- the world. demonstrated time and again came out Late that night, In at the meeting sits on I
aster than production and genuine Marxist Lenin- pression of confidence. from t the Democratic Goldwater began hI. presidential In hs campagnlng that he New York's Jenkins's resignation 23 and declared: t
consumption declines. This l 1st!. We announced the socialist don'I feel that It exists. from which he really campaign Jan. 3 with operated from Instinct. was announced. My answer to any suggestions
leads to revolution. nature of our revolution -- walked out In 1949. was the belief that there wai a The President's great talent 1- All that day, In New Jersey that I resign is 'No."
'There' Is virtual civil war after the attacks by C.I.A. to say he was affiliat strong conservative tide running his confidants: believe, Is and In Pennsylvania, the The next day snti-Dewey
In Bolivia. Divisions I are planes! bearing Cuban markings with the Goldwater Re- s growing number of using his Judgment and restraint President was off his stride. leaders that is, supporters
Mining In Brazil Colombia, (April, mi) on the eve party. voters who challenged as he to bring divergent But the next day an Incredible of Sen. Robert A. Taft, Sen.
\enezuc1a, Argentina Therein o( the Bay of Pigs" Trooper two party system has did, the "mainstream" and groups together.In stroke of luck played Into his Arthur Vandenburg and Gov.
'progressive! Impoverishment growing In the South for who wanted "a choke, not an shaping his campaign I hands. The Jenkins case was Harold E. Stassen for the
everywhere except Venezuela COMPLAINTS about Batis decade But Republicans In echo." strategy, he wanted victory crowded out of the headlines next presidential nomination
with I Its) huge oil exports ta's use of American weapons East and West never un In his U years In the Senate by a huge margin, and overwhelming by the ouster of Nlklls I S. caucused to plot strategy I
but even Venezuela Is supplied under U. S. Cuban that this h. d been he became the Republican mandate. In private Khrushchev as Soviet premier for taking over.
restless And there Is a similar defense agreements recall about by men who Party's most popular conservation, the President and the test explosion of anatomic I
situation In Central Amer- similar complaints I heard committed themselves: to speaker and with his mild expressed a dee -seated fear, device In Communist THEIR PROBLEM then
ka The miracle that might from Algerian national I t so called Eisenhower manner, good looks, charm not of Goldwater himself but China. will have a similar ring to
save these countries from revolution guerrilla during their war All of them were and stands against liberal of the men la the Senator's The low point of the campaign these! now Jockeying to wrest
Is not apparent." against Fr. n c.. One rebel thrown eat when causes the unquestioned hero camp. was safely passed. control of the national par
When 1 ached how and commander, waving a crip- forces c. p lured of the rlllhLGold..ter Johnson believed that the From there on, the movement ly organization from Cold- I
where Castro was helping revoln'illnll" pled arm, enumerated the 1 Southern parties In 194. was convinced: American people possessed a was upward. waters lieutenants.
move ments he number nf American bullets It Goldwater Rep ubllcans Back hi January, 1)49. the I
dodged direct reply Instead contained Ignoring the act and are. I largely I ex Taft. Vandenberg and Stas- !
he said: 'Me help by our example that they had been furnished' 1 and racist This seem- POTOMAC FEVER leI people readily agreed
I But the greatest assistance been furnished under NATO was what attracted that there should be new
Is from the United under NATO to defend France Thurmond. By JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau leadership.But .

States U. S commercial policies against t Russians, not Algerians. GOLDWATERS Goldwater motto; Wait until 19481 they couldn't get together
accelerai, revolution be- Thai officer Is now an Is not now avail on a !leader.
cause of your low prices for Algerian political prisoner d VvA Whether 1M Goldwater., There's no doubt now that Barry all-was In the mainstream of American As a result Scott, best ,
raw material Imports and There ire many similarities strength can long politics lie Just hadn't realized It was no deep. back attempts to declare his
your high charge (for manufactured between revolutionary Cuba In the South as a rat chairmanship "vacant", and J
U. S exports. You and revolutionary Algeria extremist conservative Bobby Kennedy is delighted at the way things turned out. He (ilea New after the national committee
extract more money from Latin although the latter Is not officially Radar, and unmarked patrol ls for the future and York so well he may mon there. meeting h, surveyed the Increasing
America than you tend In Communist. But Cas- art used in Florida to people to determine. In bitterness wittufl i
through the Alliance for frog. tre Insists: "French policy Is I all citizens who want to k will of necessity divest Lyndon Raines says the election was a mandate-and Lucl Daises that's the perry and declared: I I
res*. Washington I supports" more Intelligent France offer our streets and hi'*iwiyi ot these divisive I In the bent kind. says "Afl Republicans should I
right wing governments, oilIHrchiei ed economic cooperation to Algeria tor motorists and lit united for the sake of the ,
and coups d'etat. the USA offered Cuba The only people who may deep !South M still In an George Murphy, the old song-and-dance wan, used the quiet approach country" I
And the Alliance for Promtsla a blockade. handicapped by fleW and of aocUl and political politics in hia campaign against Pierre Salinger. Sort of gave him the old to Thereafter, the maneuverf 1
an alliance between one marked cars an those That five s t a tea shoe. soft wentThe underground. ;
millionaire and many beg "*e now receive aid from want to violate the traffic themselves still unable following Aug 4 CeorGabrtebon. I
gars." only one side (the Soviet set for the of rise above ge
up safety racial preju Republicans thought nothing more could happen to them after a hew York 1
bloc There Is only one side Is a measure of their. nurse h eta *"
Ia and "". Barry UMmttt fc. oUl executive, was j
*" keep eaVtog
United w
CASTRO VIEWS the to kelp! us. It Is prictkaHy agony. firty. th. gin.elected by a narrow mar i


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I November Of EventsTODAY about UIODIEn fl nn ;'Workshop Feature j Bridge

p.m., Mrs. Dan Branch, 601 ,
University of Florida Archl- NW 34th Drive.WEDNESDAY peopleBack 1
lecture and Fine Arts Faculty November II Club
Wives, UF Dames Party, League of Carnival
I p.m., University Women'sClubhouse Women Voters from a six week va-
Unit Meeting, 1:30: a. m., cation In THE y yRuth
West Newbe Tegucigalpa are f ffflhLY
try Mrs. Allen Notes
Road. 8th :J22 NW M,., H. E. Muller and her Home Festive Carnival of the cake decorating Mrs. John E.'
American Home Dvision of the Woods
Women's UF I daughter, Mlis Margaret Muller ; covering of shoes, Mrs
Auxiliary to Ala- Education
Dames, 8 Gainesville Woman's Club took Fred
tailoring Mrs.
who ;
flew down to ,
chua County Medical Society p.m., Dr. and Mrs. C. Glen I By JOHN E. CRAPS
place recently, under the direction Bruce Thomason
visit her son, Dr, Albert Mul ; knitting and
7 to 8.10: p.m., J. Hillls HallS 118 NW lIst Terrace. Weimer. Women's Editor Mr. and Mrs Leon
ler. While there, a number of of Mrs. Walter Parrish and needlepoint, Mrs C. W. Larson, H. Rob-
Health Center Auditor UF Pharmacy Dames. 8 Mrs bins led the In
Gainesville visitors droppedby Keith Haythorne cochairman Christmas decorations, Mrs. way tht
lum, Babysitters Safity p.m., Dr and Mrs. C. Mok- Wednesday
Lynn Ten Eyck, and Interna- evening game of
to see the Mullets including
Course. ler, 2049 NE 16th Terrace Green GiriGrace national students' the Gainesville Bridge Club,
Women of the Moose Chapter Dr. Wilson Popenoe, who This\ all day affair featured native handicraft
8 AF, P.E.O. 10 Mrs. Waldemar Olson. as they to often do, with MH
- -0 0 '
p.m., Moose Hall. a.m., Mrs. Paige Plnnell, 325 came over from Antiqua, and Vincent S. Luca, as speaker. match points. There were
NW 21st Street. the Man fa Breakers One of .\ graduate of Brown University Members of the
Woodmen of the World I committee as seven tables In play and the
the highspoti of the visit for Presbyterian Church and .
Court 8003, 7:30: p.m. 100 F Junior i Welfare League was the setting for the marriage 1 present manager of Gil.berg's slstlng Included: Mrs. Jack average score was 83-
Hall, election of officers. Board Meeting, 10 a m, Mrs. Margaret was attending a re- of Mrs. Patience Girl and Inc., the speaker was In- Bates, Mrs. V. R. Brice, Mrs.R. A most unusual altuaUon
at the American I developed
Don Emerson F reduced by Mrs Donald
2521 Brown
NW 21st Mrs. S, Clark
Gainesville Bridge Club, Street. Embassy with her brother, Don Michael Green, which took Brooke. Butler as a result of the
7:30: p.m., Recreation Center. Bert place Saturday morning, Rev. George H. Crelgh-' magnitude of the winner'saorre
TUESDAY November 10 University of Florida Engineering Dr. Muller, director of the C. D. Weaver, pastor, officiat i Mr. Luca demonstrated usesand ton, Mrs. G S. Eng, Mrs. A. W., ; all other North South
Wives Club, 130: techniques for the sewing of Fletcher, Mrs. Wm. Gurtner, pairs below
Gainesville were
of International Escuela Agricola Panameri- sea average.
p.m., Tea and Book ed.Mrs. Mrs, Angus T. Ginn Mrs.
Review R. E.
new stretch fabrics and also
told Second
Friendship 3 C. Dawson ; place went to Mi. J.
Ziegler was
p.m., by Mrs. Florence Dunlap University cana, just outside of Tegucigalpa Guenther, Mrs. W Wide .
Incidents Hampton F.
many the
concerning Wharton
Chamber of Commerce Build. organist. and P. A. John-
la now In Peru on of-
Women's Clubhouse. Mrt. Myrl Hanes, Mrs. R.
retail clothing business durl I In : ton who had
62. Third
ing. g placewas
ficial business for the The bridegroom Is the of f
Pi Beta Phi Arrows r a f t boys't son his 11 In business. F Hyatt Mrs. P. A. Lee, Mrs.
years by Mrt. E.
won a Kirk.
Soroptimlst Club, 8:30: p.m., Sale, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mrs.J. school. Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Green. Jack Lowry, Mrs Jack Moore land and Mrs. Herbert Stern
Primrose .
W. Shands Jr., 1229 NW The bride wore a light blue After lunch, clinic work tablet !Mrs. Harry Powell, Mrs Wilson with 604."
Woman's Club I 40th Terrace. A scarecrow'by the name suit and a corsage of white l were set up which Included :Rudy, Mrs. Leon Mull, Mrs. J.
Crafts Group, Jam., Mrs. Junior Welfare League Sustaining of Glenda Ebersole won an sweetheart roses. G. Smith, Mrs Francis n Wat Mrs. Daniel S-a'rltt and Dr

Lynn TenE yc k, 1505 NW Members Fall Luncheon other first prize for her costume Mrs. 0 C. Hayes, matron of Hat making under the direction son, Mrs. Tom Wells Mrs JM. E, C. Kirkland again fork

Eighth Avenue. 11:15: a.m., GainesvilleGolf at the Halloween Carnival honor, wore a gray wool suit anda of Mrs. Eloise Roberts; Weber, Mrs. Joe Willcox. top honors East West with
Gainesville Entomolog I cal and Country Club. last weekend. Glenda, who corsage of pink roses. rya a j 7R. Mrs. J, A, Jones Jr, and
Club, Noon, University of Flo- the writer came In second
University Womei's Club, first won honors for a costume
rida Faculty Club Garden Serving as best man was O. with 73'i, and Mr. and Mn.
Arts and Crafts, 9.30 a.m., when she was one year old, C. Hayes. Ushers N. ;
were Roy
N. Livingston took I third I
Florida Union Craft Shop, wore an outfit designed and
XI Phi Chapter Beta Green Jr. and Sam White Jr. tft Jti wl'h 174.
Silk Screen Demonstration. made by her father, Bill Eb- Mrs. Don Michael Green
Phi, 1 Mrs. Harold Following the ceremony a reception .
p.m. UF Medical Dames, t p.m., ersole. who used Just "plainold The club will hold 1U next
Johnson, 1528 NE 13th Street. I was given by the bride Avenue Mr Green It -- at 7:30
Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt, 700 brown employed game : tonight at the
Lioness Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. SW 27th Street. paper I groom's parents at the church. ts a medical photographer.1.-- I Recreation Center, Visitor
___.. .... .._ .
n 'h' u. sacks"a Mr. November I elect of
narrjr or)'am, uat rtc! uui UF Arts and Sciences and Mrs. Green will re at J. Hillis Miller Health Center George Helnrleh I I. ire Invited.

Street. Dames 8 p.m., Dr. Baughan,, Fine II ide at 1707 East University! I Barbara Tea complimenting Bussard bride-elect Mist Schildge, Middleton, N, J., 10

Girl Scout WECO Neighborhood 660 NE 6th Avenue. a m. until noon, Mrs. Joseph

Meeting, 9.30 a. m., UF Business Administration Members Show of William. R. Gilcrest of Chicago M. Lope Mrs. Douglti! E.I I I Forget
J 30
to Mrs.
qo: ,
Girl Scout Office, aid NW 8th Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. Warner Weseman. Scales, Mrs. James U Cooperand
Street. John McFerrin, 415 NW 23rd Louis Fruend of Stetson University Mrs. E. M. Edmonmn Jr.

Alachua County Pharmaceutical Street. was juror at a recent II w [THURSDAY, November 12 at the Lepe home, 2210 NW

Auxiliary, 8 pm. Mrs. Gainesville Chapter DAR, Gainesville Fine Arts Association aFUNA' Luncheon honoring Milt I First Avenue. .
Charles S. Haupt, 810 SW 21st 7:30: p.m., Mrs. Herbert A. members show. Barabara Bussard, fiance of yourfeet.
Avenue. Meyer, 1928 NW 7th Lane. Prizes were awarded for oil William R. GllcreJt of Chicago Coffee complimenting Miss I

League of Women V o tens UF Newcomers' Bridge, 8 paintings to Annie Miller, first; I 1 pm., Mrs. C D. Gunn Julie Cheves, flanret of WilLiam -

Unit Meeting 8 p.m., Mrs. p.m., Clubhouse Newberry Mary Purser, second, and Caroline and Mrs. E. H. Lewis at the N. Babcock, 10:30: a m. '
James G. Wilson, 1720 NW Road, Mrs. G. Freund and Mizzel, third. i formers home In Micanopy. until noon, Mrs. Earl May, .
llth Road. Mrs. Charles Fairbanks, hos Water color prizes were L! Mrt. Charles Dotes, Mrt. Cecil
Gainesville Food and Nutrition tesses. awarded to Helen Ainslle, first; SATURDAY, November 14 Love and Mrs Francis, at

Association, 7:30: p. m., University Women's Club, Robert Carson, second, and Coffee honoring Mint Jane the latler't home, 3207 neat in

P. K. Yonge Laboratory International R11 i la ti o n s Dorothy Chrlstoffers Newman, By CECILY BROWNSTONE I Elizabeth Bingham, bride University Avenue.

School Cafeteria. Group, 1 pm., Wesley Foun third. AP Food Editor
Altrusa Club, Noon, Holiday dation. Mixed media awards were -' 0'pans

Inn. Gainesville Bridge Club, presented to Stuart Purser, Sunday Mght Supper whose bottoms are lined I Church Circles II t &.I/Ie

B'nal Israel Sisterhood, I 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. first; P. R. Mcintosh, second, Sweet! and delicious dessert! with waxed paper. Bake In a ,
p.m., Education Center University City Bridge Club, [and Jean Mitchell, third. low ((3(10 degrees) oven for I M
Alpha XI Delta Alumnae, I 7.30 p.m., University of Flor- I Highlighting the meeting was Soup and Salad 30 m I nut e a. Cool on wire TODAY, November IFlrit center, Mrs. Robert! Cade, hostess -

da Faculty Club.Gainesville an Illustrated lecture given by Graham Cracker Torte racks for 10 minutes; turnout Presbyterian Church .

Woman's Club, David Reaves on "Mayan Art Beverage ; remove paper; cool I p.m., Student Wives Evening I Wesley CommunityMethodlil

Designers I I Division of Book( Reviews, 2 and Architecture." Graham Cracker Torte thoroughly Just before serving Group, Mrs. Dean Palmer Church

1 pm., Clubhouse, E. Albert put together with some of 454 NW 13th Street. I 30 I m, Annett II i d t n,
I whites
large i ii
j Are Honored Moffett, guest reviewer. Miss McNeill egg the whipped cream and frost TUESDAY, November II I Fannie Evelyn !Pewar and I''.

! Informally Chapter AP, PEO, 1.30 teaspoon cream of tartar with the remaining cream Trinity Methodist Church I Susanna Wesley Circlet, at

a m., Mrs W. L. Sawyer, 411 H cup each granulated and 7.30 p m., Wesleyan Serv- the church.

G Dale Everett, University NW 21st Street, Mrs. Alfred Speaks Tuesday firmly packed light brown Friday Fare Ire Guild of Trinity Methodist I p m., Wesleyan Service

, of Florida Instructor of Interior Crago, hostess.THURSDAY I auger Here's how we make mayonnaise Church, Mrs. M. H. Brtswell, I Guild, it the church.
I Miss Elizabeth McNeill. missionary l 1 vanilla 3920 SW 4th Place.
design l entertainedwith November 12 teaspoon In an electric blender
In Kobe, Japan: now .'
Church November 1
Inlverilly Lalheraa
an Informal reception on University Women's Club 2 cups fine graham cracker cooks have aiked us for
Friday. home on furlough, will be gues' crumbs the rulo I p m, University Luther St Pitrlck'i Woman's Club,
Daytime Bridge Croup, 1:30: .
speaker for the First PresbyterIan
Student I Parish Hall.
Women ,
an Group, p.m.
The honored Interior
party a m., Mrs. Pierce Brodkorb, walnuts
Women of the Church Tuesday t cup coarsely chopped Seafood Salad
designers here for the new 1603 NW Seventh Place. By .
Her talk will follow a sand-- Jigtlme Mayonnaise

Flm.rfa Union Interviews reservation. wich luncheon at noon. I I heavy cream, whipped Poaihed Pears with Homemakers Bazaar
Assisting with the hospitalities University Medical Guild cup ,
, were William Bins, direc- 9.30 a.m., Mrs. Richard P. Circle Two, tinder the chairmanship Beat egg whites with cream Jlglime Vanilla Sauce A shoe to make foot discomfort

tor of the Florida U n Ion; Schmidt, 700 SW 27th Street, of Mrs Alfred C, Reid, of tartar until fOAmy. Gradually 1 large Mayonnaise I a thing of the
beat in until soft / egg I Slated by HD Clubs post -- easing
Pearce Barrett of Tallahassee International Costumes Show. will serve as hos tel.. sugars :2 every step
tablespoons cider vinegar .
the peaks form. Beat In vanilla. with] Iff wedge c'.pesol.
representing new
League of Women Voters I
Florida Union architect, and Unit Meeting, Mrs. E. Lowe Mrs. Donald Wilcox chairman Fold in graham cracker .t teaspoon salt I. Annual bazaar sponsored by for tale are requested to havi .. Black upper 'leather
will give the devotional crumbs and walnuts. Turn 4 leaspoon wrote pepperH ,
UF students of Interior de. Pierce, 1822 NW Ttt! Plsce. pro- teaspoon dry mustard the Extension Homemakers their pltnlt' at the center by f

sign.The Girl Scout UBA Neighborhood gram. Into two Finch layer cake '4 cup olive oil Council, Including fifteen Home a m., to be checked by the Plant

guest list Included Rich- Meeting, 9:30 a m., Girl 1 1wrnan N cup SAlad oil Demonstration Clubs, will beheld Board tnnprctor Items on stir $599
ard Plumer representing Dick Scout Office, 810 NW 8th St. By Josephine Lo 2 I teaspoons prepared Thursday at the Galnet- will Imluda handmade Christ

Murphy of Miami Robert University of Florida Faculty : mustard viii. Recreation Center mat gift Mieclloni and gourme'oodi I USI CINTMAL CHARMBOB'S
John Dean, representing Paul Club, Family Night Buffet I I .
T. Ward Inc. of Tampa; ( to 8 p.m., Faculty Why/ GrcOld tt 0 Turn the egg, vinegar, tail, Chairman for the event IsI
j Garth Caldwell of St. Petersburg Club. 'w pepper dry mustard and olive Mrt. J. E. Frowlrk of the Lake See Page 11
; ; William Brinkmelr of Rebekah Forest Club, and Mrt J. A Bo!.
, Colfax Lodge No. oil Into electric blender container
Miami and Rex Dunlap and uimi of the South Alarhui Club IopenteM Annnunt.wwntibeut
2, 8 Odd Fellows Tem- / Your Future From
I p.m. ; cover Blend about S
!will vice chairman. ,
Bob Waters, representing Atrium serve at
ple. seconds In slow I DALE
a steady
I of Jacksonville. University Women's Club, ? stretm, pour In the salad oil : The bazaar will be open to the I CARNEGIE

Golf Group, Luncheon, Noon, 0 ao it hit, blender blades and public from ..30 I m to :1.30 I
Faculty Club, West Newber- la worked In Immediately if pm. -

ry Road. oil ahows at aides, I
Young Mother' League, Become [Beautiful r blender any and fold In. Blend slop In I Lunch will be served by

7:45: p.m., Guaranty Feder1 prepared m u I tar d. Makes LaCrosse Club from U a m. it costs so little to have
Price th'l
I will be II.
1 Savings and _Loan BuildIng Doina He about 1t
Community. Room. msework, covered_J Jar.___._ __n___ All members having_ !

fi : I Whit the mndert woman can detract from or add to LP-GASHEAT

:t 5 t don the tttricUvenest of your HEY KIDS!! BRING MOM.
ve Ta be 11 lovely. she tan silhouette and posture Housework .

I With lotioni, creams and n. can Improve '
your general
J- 0ck4 cerise body tone and slim the I 11 X 14
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MAN! abdominal muscles. BUSTVIGNETTE

WM. C. "till" 1.wk The men, God bless them, In the first place maintain ,
HOT WATER r admire the result but most of good posture while you d o

COOKING OILS them would just as soon not your work. This In itself la K 'r U

ALWAYS ON TAP CAN BE CLEANED be In on the groundwork of a splendid eierctae. Don't allow ) '

curlers, creams and chinstrap your abdomen h p r t- '1 .. PORTRAITM
And thof's one way LP. Ptople" _tlme. tttl at *. trude or your shoulders to r

Gas makes! life easier, about. cooking com oil out.stains whichwouldn't Many a husband would receive slump while getting things 1 FOR

when you use it to operate This con happen, and he rt'ilh a shock If he returned done ONLY VT

modern appliances rtown why: home unexpectedly after reel the Pop
Cooking I'T' Oft, of court*, !leaving for the office. He I
hot and re raid' b.- might even find his wife Wh 'n you are reaching for

(011376-5392 you fort you cook cook Thit and ridiculoutlyvmpla dot while' standing on bet head In order something higher up, rise on $loo

.10'_'" It mod for to Increase the cirru a- your tort and really reach, HEATING SWIM WITH

Weather tha obv.out mown. that ...'. lion In her fare, thus fighting feeling the pull through your AUTOMATIC GAS FUKNACtNONSTICKING
While the It come to cleaning out lhaitomt
off the onslaught of drooping tnrtt! When you pkk something -
cold oils" art wbsrenlbany
mora thon facial contour. up keep your bxk
It Still Mild nothing grooMi -
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6 Gainesville Sun Monday, November 9, 1954

In The Safety Officer

I I i ProIntegration'Archbishop To Discuss .;]


I t. REVIEW:',' aIPOILT. -A 4i1I ::1, CapitolWASHINGTON- -I I Dies' Babysitting Lt. Ed Connerly, Gainesville"

: (AP) Presidential NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Police Dept. safety officer, and
campaigns are nearly! Over half a million Roman Caps David Laird, GainesvilleFire

twice as long as they should be, Catholics today mourned the Dept., will\ speak at.'to

: Late :Morning says Vice President-elect Hubert death of theft archbishop, Joseph night's meeting of the Babysitters' -

Britain's Laborites Fight H. Humphrey. Francis Rummel, a champion Safety Course. officials
The fire and police
of racial equality In the
N. Y. Listing Humphrey said he believe outh't largest archdiocese. will discuss the role of,babysitters
that In the campaign Just ended In child safety and their department -
Church bells sounded
For Steel, Nationalization AlUsChal 21 IntPap 37% the people were ready to vote city that Rummel, 86, nearly; functionswhen an
Alcoa 11 Jones&L 76% "at least two arises.
weeks before i It blind and almost deaf In his last emergency
., AmAIr 46% KaisAI 29H'" was over." It will be the fourth of I five-
had served since 1935 -
LONDON (AP) Prime Minister ther would force the government Two other ailing Laborites AmCan 43'" Ken'cott 93 He contended In a taped interview years longer than any other prelate. Rommel Cody class course sponsored by,t h eWomen's

Harold Wilson and his to resign and call a new announced they would be on AmCyan 65V4 Ltg&My 88V televised Sunday by Churches draped their entrances The next year, several Catholic Auxillaryof the Ala-
lice Loch'd 36H chua County Medical Society.
Labor government pitched Into hand for the vote. Frank Mc.
election. NBC, the traditional 10-weeks- In black and white. lay, leaders tried to take
AT&T C8tt'" Lorillard 44% from 7 t to 8.30
The class meets
heir first battle for survival
65 said he would
Leavy, ,
1 today against a Conservative The Labor party won the Oct. from his hospital bed, and come Sir AmTob 35% Mag'vox: 34'i replaying pluc campaign of old material involves and much is The German-born Rummel, bishop Rummel denounced to task after segregation the arch p.m. at the J. Hillij .;filler

assault on steel nationalization.Wilson' 15 general election with a margin Geoffrey de Greltas, 59, said he AmpxCp 161MM&M 59'%" who Integrated parochial Health Center auditorium,
holdover from and sinful.
Anaconda 55'/4 a days of slower schools In 1962 and then excommunicated 'as "morally wrong
slender majority was of only five Commons seats would hobble in carpet slippers three segregations They asked the Pope to reverse
expected to hold up In the first over the Conservative and Liberal to ease a foot injury from a car Armour S4'4 Mons'to 84% the archbishop's ruling
who his
vigorously opposed
ACL 78U MontWd 43ViBethStl POWERFUL nuNcn cum
House of Commons vote and opposition. This was accident.
temporarily There direct
order, died Sunday. was no response
again Tuesday when the House cut to four Sunday night Most Interest will center on 38%" NatDalr 14 Humphrey said that perhaps Rummel who chose for his Jut a Vatican spokesman said CLOGCEDT01UTS
votes on a Conservative motion when Laborlte Brian Boeing 64V4 NatOist 28% with "a little bipartisan IOUsearching" \
O'Malley the votes of two right-wing La. archbishop's motto the words Rumm was correct in his In o JifFyfNIVH
I of no confidence In Wilson'sentire entered a hospital for an emergency bor members, Woodrow Wyatt Borden 78'/i N.AmAv 32tt an understandingmight "to lay flown life for interpretation of Christian doctrine
Brunswk my
_I program. Defeat on ei appendectomy.MARKET and Desmond Donnelly.. Thov- CaterTr 38% Penney PRR 66H 414 be worked out to holt sheep" closed out his days as that all men are equal In
nominating conventions in Scomber
li.uggested Wilson should the of the Church.
Celanese 'a figure of controversy. eyes
PepCola 58%
I ditch steel nationalization or then have campaigns of Pro segregationist Citizens Two years after public schools
Chrysler 57% PhilMor 77Vi
II FLASHESNEW water it down to get the support ComEd 57 PhlllPet 53 about six weeks. Council meetings booed his integrated in New Orleans In
of the nine Liberal members. I 1960 Rummel ordered the 153
ConEdls 93% RCA 32% The interview was taped before name. One parent rose at a ,
The Liberals oppose outright ContCan 53'%" RcpStl 45% he left for a vacation in the parent-teachers meeting to call schools of the archdiocese to

YORK (AP-The stock: lost a fraction. nationalization but said they DowChe 77% Revlon 38'%" Virgin Islands. him a "Yankee." desegregate the first to the 12th 0e

market failed to generate any U.S. Steel was down about I I would favor the government' duPont 274% ReyTob 40% In Rome, New Orleans Archbishop grades. I

momentum for an advance and point and Bethlehem a fraction, buying an Interest In some EAL 37"%" StRegP 32 WASHINGTON (AP) Actng John Patrick Cody, who When opposition erupted the
pursued an Irregular course Republic Steel eased. branches of the industry. E.Kodak 141'%" Seaboard 54'%" Atty. Gen Nicholas Katzen- succeeds Rummel, said in recent -, archbishop said he eloommuniIcated

early this afternoon. Wilson may adopt the latter Firestone 44 Sears 126% bach predicts solution to the I Imurder audiences Pope Paul V I three militant segregationists
General Motors gained a fraction of three civil had twice asked about Archbishop ., Leander Perez, state
The list was seen by analysts course. He is committed only to FlaPw 51 Sinclair 55 rights ;
as going through a continued now that the last of Its 1 to. "necessary public ownership'of FlaP&L 80% Socony (8% workers In Mississippi because Rummel and called hima political ad8l'; Mrs. B. J. Gail-
consolidation phase. cal plant disputes is settled and I the Industry. Ford 58 SouthnC 64% "I t believe that eventually we ; "great great churchman." lot Jr., president of a group she AGAIN tM tick (Mlhif

The Associated Press aver., GM can go into full production,, This, however, will not be FrmstDa 13'%" SperryR 14'%" will\ get some evidence and "He will go down In history," called Save Our Nation; and wk.a ye.r Mlel twftIewI'TOILAFLEX

:. age of 60 stocks at noon was off Ford lost a fraction as s I known until his steel bill Is published FreptSul 44% StBrand 76% some people will talk." Archbishop Cody said, "as one Jackson B. Rlcau, director of :

.1 at 329.4 with Industrials off string of local strikes cut into I perhaps next spring. The FruehTr 32 StONJ 89% Katzenbach, Interviewed Sunday who fought for the rights am d the South Louisiana Citizens

:. .1, rails off .2 and utilities up Ford output debate today was on a Conservative GenDyn 37 Studebak 7'% on a Radio Press international 'dignity of all people. Opposedand Council. [ Toilet {JuM i! Plunger
even reviled for upholding Demonstrations followed outside Unlike erdluiy pl_ 'IJatafladae
amendment regretting CenEl 37 Swift 55%
J. the
American Motors gained an- program, agreed ; residence.I > sot permit eomproiid oir MIMMT
steel nationalization and the standard of Christ and His the archbishop's ..... .. ..
The Dow Jones Industrial average other fraction and Studebaker calling GenEl 88%" Texaco M government may have "infer born in w>tw lo back or. .
:: at noon was off 138: at was firm. it "Irrelevant to the moderniza- GenFds 83% Thiokol 13"%" matlon that would point toward I Church, he (Rummel) continued The archbishop was With 11"Jeft..lII.full prawn ploMthreuik
Baden, Germany. His parents the clogging man aidIWUM
lon of Britain and damaging to GenMUIs 437' UnltAlrc I on, serene In the strength
17551. 58% some Individual" But he said I It >It dews CM mitt
:, An outstanding mover war Raymond International was the national economy." GenMtrs 99c UnFrult 11% "may not be quite what is required of heavenly right. came to New York when he was MMN..TO nn n MT. ieOCTIOH.
unchanged at 12'%" on a big Archbishop Cody Is flying, 6. He was ordained In Rome In ..I.. tron enjiu..cicciNnn
r Texas Gulf which The Conservatives broughtout Goodrich 2V4 US Steel 55% to and .
Producing block of 50,000 shares, insuringIt lain MacLeod of their present a "case I from Rome to celebrate a pontifical 1902 and served at churches In .........'UMLP.. .. tart."..MID.naarrsT MOUM*
advanced more than 4 points to one Goodyr 45% UnivMat 14% secure an indictment.
a place the day's volume t Yorkvllle, N.Y., Kingston, N.Y.,
among Mass of
a new high after opening on a leaders. fiercest debaters, to lead the Greyhnd 24'%" WstgEl 44 The government has exam Requiem and New York City before he .....:'Tal.ll.a', $Z b sat
20,000-share block. The company assault. lIe quit the party lead- GuUOil MViWlnnDix 38% lined voting records in 67 or 68 Wednesday. of Omaha MAIOWAII tTOHl IVIlrWMIM
.. and Sinclair Oil said they U.S. Smelting, Kennecott and ership last November to protestSir Intharv 84%' Woolwth 29% counties in Mississippi, Katzen- Rummel, a graying, bespecta 1928 became. bishop InI I
had been notified that the Lib United Air Lines (ex dividend) Alec Douglas-Home's backstairs IntNick 87% bach said, "and I could predict clod man who walked with a'

:: yan government had approved rose more than a point selection as the party's on the basis of those records cane, had been hospitalized with

.' the tale of Texts Gulf Polaroid lost more than 2. chief. Following the election, he Welfare Fund that it's going to be likely thereare pneumonia Saturday. An earlier. BOB TREWEEK
of that followed
.. ing properties In Libya produc-j Anaconda and Xerox' fell more returned to the Conservative going to be more voting siege a broken pneumonia arm and leg had says:

:: Sinclair subsidiary. than a point each. shadow Cabinet sulll." weakened his health In 1960. I .. "Havt you hod en Insurance checkupracenttyt"
Given __ : .
Outgo See a profess onal Independent
WASHINGTON (AP) A The ninth archbishop of the ', Insurance Agent tomorrow! Look forth
:' ---YOUR MONEY'S WORTH TALLAHASSEE (AP) The congressional subcommittee-has 14-year-old archdiocese an 1Gw "Big I" Mail
,State of Public Welfare area spanning 10 south Louisiana Phone
Department Invited the government to come 17I-2SII
said today It distributed up with useful projects to put to parishes with 591,814 Catholics -I NATIONAL rnOTICTIOM.. Will
Rummel will be burled I In
6,366,573 In October, an increase work the $3 billion in U.S. I NOVIMBI S-Hv
Coins Without Silver? : of 125,971 over the September owned foreign currencies now old historic city landmark.Six St. Louis.Cathedral, In I
idle.The other archbishops are entombed .
drew the
Aged pensioners House Foreign Operations in Its sanctuary.The .
largest amount, 13,624,754 goingto subcommittee said, for exam.Iple -
body will lie in state today
By Sylvia Porter y, 72,364 recipients. that the State Departmentlouldn't and Tuesday at the city's
,. ,.--- be too timid to ask for Need new appliances
T>l Other payments were: Aid to Notre Dame Seminary. Then,
"We have reached the point," from aluminum to zirconium to 1964 fiscal year alone, the US 27,563 families with 3,000 a year to operate a fountain with Catholic children lining the

says Dr. Vladimir Claln Stef- plastic. Mint used 114 million oun c e s, children, $1,633,543, aid dependent to 2,592 at the embassy In New streets and saying the Rosary
inelll, curator of numismaticsat behind our looming scarcity three times what the Mint used Delhi if the money Is in otherwise aloud will deliver It
blind, 1155,243; and aid to 16,664 a cortege
Smithsonian In. tit 1 ute, four years ago and this unused The expensive Get an HFC
the of silver lies one key force: permanently and totally disabled rupees. to the cathedral where it will )li Iel ,
"where silver li too precious to skyrocketing production coins amount could nearly double In 953,033.. fountain now Is dry for in state until Wednesday'sMass. i r
be used as a coinage material.! which contain silver to meet 1965. Yet we produce only 40 lack of funds. Big Purchase Loan :

"The main !Issue is not whether our acute coin shortage. Production million ounces a year. Total Also during October the department The subcommittee said In Ireport Rummel'i first brush with the -
to reduce the silver contentIn of coins Is now runningit consumption of silver In I the paid $636,170 for hose Sunday the government's segregation Issue came when lie You can save en IMM| Mfpurchnn '

our coins," adds a U,S. Government 7 billion a year against 1S free world Is now twice world ;Itallzatlon, $642,661 for medl- stocks of local currencies received chastised a small rural church II you buy with 'mw 1tl

expert, "but rather the billion only five years ago. production.Fact cine, 1300,294 for nursing home In return for some kinds that refused to let a Negro ...... Got that ash new with

choice between reducing It or Behind our coin shortage, In two Is that collecting\ i 'care, and $200,045 for medical 01 foreign aid Is growing at Irate priest celebrate Mass. 8" HFC Blf" Purchase Wile

eliminating It altogether" turn, lie these major forces: a and hoarding of colas I have assistance for the aged. I of 1200 million a year. Rummel lusrjended service ''hop anywhere hr tho best'al's" .

The odds are becoming over growing population; record grown to such proportions that at the St. Cecilia: Mission In eftJer 8pp11ence1. j.'J ;

whelming that silver soon will ,spending; profusion of vending the U.S. Treasury has been for, Jesuit Bend In 1955. They were funtlturt- a totter ear

begin to disappear from our ,machines; an all time peak ced to swamp the nation with Suspects in Gem Theft later restored with a white Then newer HFC Mmlbly and onvtntentty. Eierrew

COIL' dimes, quarters, 50 use of small change sales taxes coins. Hoarders Ire now literally priest with CMifldtnce at Household Finesses

cent pieces, even silver dollars. ; and most Important, a soarIng secreting hundreds of mil-
Te U.S. Treasury Is now number of coin collectors, Ions of silver dollars and Ken Get Arrested Once Morei Borrow to $600
midway through a one year hoarders and speculators. nedy 50 cent pieces. If we i PROPANELP. up
Take to 24 months
study of all U.S. coins the Reflecting the law of demand- hold to today's projected production MIAMI BEACH Fla. (AP-) : All three were released on $2! up repayAik .

first comprehensive reappraisalof supply and speculation-the rate, the Treasury's entire Two young men charged with bonds posted by a bondsman. : LP. GAS
U.S. coinage In our history.It price of silver has now risen on supply of silver 1.35 billion \. stealing the Star of India sapphire Clark Is charged with acting about once Me....nnte en lone..group ntee

will not report to the new the commodity future market ounces would be wipedout and other priceless gems as lookout while Murphy and

89th Congress until next spring, above the standard $1M a n In 3% years. were arrested Sunday. Allen Kuhn 25, broke into the NATURAL THAN GAS HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
but almost surely one of Its ounce price maintained by the' Fact three Is that Industry's The charge: No visible means New York Museum of Natural
major proposals will be legisla- U.S. Treasury.In use of silver has been climbingIn of support History to steal the Star of India Cook & Heat Water

tion to reduce or ultimately to effect, this means that recent years as new uses for Officer I Sherwood Criscom and 21 other Jewels. The loot has 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor

eliminate silver\ from our coins. speculators are betting the the metal have been discovered noted Roger Clark, 29, sitting not been recovered. '' Low Cost PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524
Substitutes being seriously Treasury will be forced to halt In photography, electronics, the with Bonnie Sutera on the beach Noting the 173,000 Jewel robbery

considered by authorities range its $1.29 "bargain" sales of sllver. \. aerospace Industry, etc. I and asked what they were doing. Sunday at the Seventh FR 6.5110

They are gambling that by To conserve Its silver resources '' They were waiting, they said Regiment armory In New York,

March It could become profitable the Treasury Is now for their friend Jack (Murphthe Kuhn commented I

Nab Youth to melt down "cartwheels".withdrawing silver backed $1 Surf) Murphy, 27, who was "I sure hope they catch those
bills and replacing them with It looks like the same
Including processing costs en route In a catamaran to pick niys.
to extract the silver they con gold backed Federal Reserve them up.When I bunch to me. It would be great
III Break-Iii tain; that before the end of next noles. To dampen coin speculation the dressed In for us if they get the real crim-
year' it could become profitableto Congress this year passeda I inals." ,
bathing suits, could show no
Gainesville police are holding melt down dimes, quarters law freezing the 1M4 dale on money, Griscom booked them

17 year old James Malone, and 60 cent pieces. I all new coins and coin production -Into Jail.Murphy. Earl C. May _

742 SE 15th St., for Investigation It's most unlikely that the Is on an emergency schedule vent to the Jail to gelhis ..'......H'"
In the breakln at the Rebel speculators will win their bets" friends out, met Griscom The fquitobl Lift Auunmct
Coin Shop. 109 W. Univer( Iltl I but we are moving Into they The Irony, though, Is that the Society ot flu United Storm
and was hlrasell charged with .
e a r'. biggest shopping and crash production to meet the Horn Office (dire Took ...y.
Ave. Sunday afternoon.
using abusive language. He had
coin crisis Is Intensifying the FR 2.3576
: absorbing season
Police Capt R. T, Angel said no money either. !
trials Increasingly likelyis
Thanksgiving to Christmas -- -- .
Malone was captured by two
we minting of U.S. coins with I
There Is the threat that In
citizens, Bill Coyle and Mike I
less silver In them
or none
this period our coin s b o r tage[
Kindred, who said they saw I
at all.
could reach crisis .
proportions FREEZER LOCKER
coming from the shop
and speculation In silver might FIOHNFflODtOCKH Save a $'fcor
building. 4'/2 yourself
Malone was apprehended In skyrocket.Fact I i I See Page 11 .CIN1IM RENTALS : OjL
one Is that, throughout ,
the MO block of NW 1th Ave. Important Announcement and
earn on
the world, silver Is being used About Your Future From your moneySave
Coyle works at a service station up much faster than It Is being DALE C BEEF FOR HOME

near the coin shop. Kindred 1 produced and existing stockpiles $ dollar .
CARNEGIE a part of every you earn with a growing Savings Account ot
owns I business next to are being drsined. In the I i I FREEZERSFINANCING
the Rebel ihop. I Gainesville Mutual. You will be surprised, how fast it will grow into o sizable

In other weekend burglaries,
I KEITH HAYTHORNE sum. Save here and row!
police are Investigating the
apparent -
breaking<< and entering of soys: | FR 2.5351 | AVAILABLE ,.

a building at 921 W. University I "Hav hod on Imuronce chick-up
Ave. A Jalousie pane was found I IYP'SM o prefeuionol: Indtptnd.nl Gainesville Mutual I

removed, and the door opened. ba "Iniuronct 8ke IMO Agtnt!) tomorrow) Look for I .

Nothing was found misting. "
Police also reported several "... FR 2-1411 aocaea ASSOCIATION

broken newspaper rack coin boxes were NATIONAL NOVIMIU PROTECTION$.''* WIIK 504 N.W. 8th Art. 217 N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6-2415
open over the weekend.





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I Emerson-Cook I, Campbell-Milliken r -=. I

AVON PARK Mr. and Rev. and Mrs Wendell P. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Florida College of Nurslnf. ,'

Mrs. Raymond Cook ol 1 I Loveless Alea, Hawaii The Mrs. Thomas C. Campbell of Mr. Milliken was grsd-

I Avon Park announce the I Lovelessei are formerly ofi Keystone Heights h as announced listed from Gainesville High

__ BessEdmundsMiss marriage of their daughter, i I, Avon Park. the engagement of School and I Is employed b y
Miss Sandra Ann Cook, to The bride was graduatedfrom her daughter/ Miss Darlene the J. Hillls Miller Health

Chief Petty Officer Dennis ,, Avon Park High School Elizabeth Campbell to James Center.

MADISON Ala. Mr. and and editor of the yearbook Edward Emerson son ol 1 and attended the University Carl Millikin, son of Mr. and
Mr and Mn Ralph Emer- of Florida. Mrs. James U Millikin 0 f
I Mrs. Herman L Bess of She la a atudent at the UnI-
Delta Gamma
ton of Alachua. | The bridegroom Is stationed Gainesville.Miss .
Madison, Ala., announce the versity of Florida. a, The wedding took place on with the U.S. Navy a t Campbell Is also the

engagement of their daughter The bridegroom elect wasgraduated October 12 at the home of Honolulu Hawaii. He wasgraduated daughter of the late Thomas Alumnae MeetThursday

Miss Susan There. from Seabreeze from Santa Fe E. Campbell. She Is a junior

Bess, to Robert CallandarEdmunds High School and South Georgia at the University i of
High School Beach.He .
Daytona College, Douglas Ga.
son of Mr. and Is presently engaged In \1 The newlyweds have established Gainesville Delta Gamma
II Mrs. Alfred F. Edmunds of construction work In Orlando j
.1 a home in Aiea, Ha. Alumnae Club will meet

Orlando. and will return to the University ,'". waii.StormantPolk. CalendarOf I Thursday at I p.m. In the
of Florida In
The bride to be was where he January, >' ., home of Mrs. James Wells, 21
is a senior.
I graduated from Itazuke High I II SE 7th Street.
School, Itazuke Air Base, Japan Plans have been made for j Wedding Held EventsMONDAY Mrs. Peggy Bowman, executive -
where she was presidentof a December wedding In Or secretary at the J. Hillls
I Sherry Irene Newman lando. Mina Ramon Carol Hall
National Honor Society
1 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stormont 1 Miller Health Center E y e

have announced the November I Bank will present a movie

marriage of their daughter, University/ of Florida Architecture entitled "Boy With a Blind-

//I Newman- Hines I Rochester Miss Marjorie Stormant, and and Fine Arts Faculty fold". She will discuss the eye

Ronald 1:. Polk, son of Mr. Wives, t'F Dames Party, bank program.
Mrs. Lois Hall announces Morehead Kentucky State and Mrs. Ed C. Polk of I p.m., University Women's
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. New. at Southside B a pt tat
p.m. the This Gainesville Delta
engagement and approaching College. She is presently employed Brooker. Clubhouse, West Newbe r r y year,
man have announced the engagement Church. Invitations are being<< marriage of her by Wilson'i Depart- The wedding was an eventof Road. Gamma Alumnae plan to workIn

of their daughter, sent only to out of tow daughter Miss Ramona Car- ment Store. October 25 at Kingsley, Women's Auxiliary to Ala conjunction with the Eye

Miss Sherry Irene Newman, guests. ol Hall, to John Larry Roch Mr. Rochester Is employedby Ga. chua County Medical Sxle Bank as part of the national

to Charles Earl Hines, ion of NewcomersSet ester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Butler's Shoe Store of The newlyweds have established ty. 7 to 13o: pm., J. Hlllis sorority project of sight conservation
Roy Rochester of High Gainesville. MM. Dennis Edward Emerson a home in Brooker. Miller Health Center Auditor and aid to the blind.
Mr,. and Mrs. C. M. Hines of
Meeting Springs. Plans have been made fora ium, Babysitters>> Safety
Nocatee. November 25 wedding at Course See 11
Gainesville New comers Miss Hall was graduatedfrom BinghcmSchildgeNuptial
The bride elect was graduated Club has slated their next Raceland High School First Baptist Church.Faculty I University of Florida ,tmpnrtsnt AnnouncementAboue

from Gainesville High meeting for November 1* at Raceland, Ky., and attend ed en's Club, Executive wonn-/ Your tutors Fran
School and Is presently employed the City Recreation Center.At WivesTo I::30 p.m., Clubhouse! DALE

by J. M. Fields. a recent meeting Mrs. Date Set Newberrv Road.Gainesville CARNEGIEIOfJet

The bridegroom elect was Bennie Lesuer was hostes ProtzNickensNuptials Entertain Woman's Club. I'.

graduated from Desoto Coun- Mrs. Fred Leggett was welcomed S p.m., Clubhouse West University

ty High School. as a new member and ReadSaturday Dames Saturday, November 21, given Saturday, November Avenue, Division of
guests included Mrs Frank GroupMembers has been chosen as the date 14, when Mrs. Joseph M. Art regular meting.

The wedding will be an Colbert, Mrs. Chester Adc for the wedding of Miss Jane Leps, Mrs. Douglas E. Scales Women of the Moose, I 1
event of November 27 at 7 Ington, Mrs. Herbert H a II, of the Architecture
Elizabeth Bingham and George Mrs. James L. Cooper and p.m., Moose Hall.
Mrs. James Lehrke, Mri First Lutheran Church was and Fine Arts Faculty
Single Layer Donald Mikologctah and Mrs. the scene for the wedding of Wives Club will enterta I n Heinrich Schlldge: of Mid- Mrs. E. M. Edmonton Jr. Woodmen of the World I

French fried potatoes, Peter Gray. Miss Mary Nick I ens and with an evening party for dleton, N. J., whose engagement entertain with a coffee Court 0003 730pm. IOOF !lOll'fiet.

homemade on the menu? Be Bridge/ prizes were won by Dieter Protz, which took placeon their college Dames Group was announced August Hall, election of officers.

sure to fry the potatoes In a Mrs. Michesl Skoko Mrs Saturday evening. Rev. Monday at I pm. 2. Gainesville>> Bridge Club,

single layer In a frying<< bas Colbert and Mrs. loll k elogczah. Robert Besalskl, pastor, offi The evening party la to Miss Bingham Is the daughter ChurchCircles 7:30: p.m., Recreation Center .

ket. ciated. be held at the University I of Dr, and Mrs. N. E. TUESDAY' November II

Arrangements of pink gladioli Women's Club House, West Bingham and Mr. Schlldge Is Gainesville Entomolog I cal

and carnations adorned the Newberry Road.A the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Club, Noon University of Florida In
UF Golf Group Luncheon Set altar. talk and demonstrat I Ion T. Schildge, Middletown, N. Faculty Club Garden

The bride wore a bone while of graphanalysls the study J. Room.
Registration for a second aented by Conrad Rehling, and and analysis of handwriting XI Phi Chapter Beta Sigma I
suit matching accessories. The nuptial. will be solemnized MONDAY, November I
series of golf lessons for club golf pro, following lun- She carried a prayer book will be given by Mr. and Mrs. at t p m at the University First Presbyterian Church Phi I p.m., Mrs. Harold &

members will take place cheon.If topped with a white orchid. Clyde Brannon. Methodist Church. A re- I p.m., Student Wives Evening : Johnson, 1)21 NE: llth Street.

Thursday during the noon members cannot attend Miss Margie Meeks, maidof Hostesses will be Mrs. Rob- ception at the Gainesville Group, Mrs. Dean Palmer Lioness Club, I p m, Mrs.

luncheon of the University the luncheon mee'ing they honor, wore a pink brocadesuit ert S. Bolles, chairman, assisted Woman's Club will follow. 4&41 NW 13th Street. Harry Bryant, KM NE Uth
mashing accessories and by Mrs. William T. Ar- Street.
Women's Club Golf Group at may register for the golf Mra. John L. R. Grand First of the pre-nuptlal parties TUESDAY, November II 1110n
an orchid corsage. nett for Miss Bingham will be Trinity MrthndUt Church Girl Scout WECO Neighborhood -
the Faculty Club. lessons by calling Mrs. W. Larry Watson served the Mrs. J. P. Hale, Mrs. K. A. 7.30 ServIce Meeting I.:M a. m.,

A film and discussion on D. Wallace or Mrs. W. H. bridegroom as best man. Hatcher, Mrs. Elwood J. Guild pm.of, Wesleyan Girl Scout Office! 110 NW Ith n
Kelster, Mrs. B. Y. Kinney' Fruit Salad Trinity Methodist Street.
golf etiquette will be p r e- Zlmpfer. Following ceremony, the Church Mrs. M. H. Braswell,
Mrs. J. T. Landrum Mrs.: W. When you bake ham or Alaihua County Pharmsreu-
couple was honored with a dinner 3920 SW 4th Place.
F, Mrs. M. McDowell smoked shoulder
Luger. boned
pork Ural Auxiliary, I p m. Mrs.
given by Mr. and Mrs. University Lutheran Church
Mrs. P. R. McIntosh Mrs. butt without I glare, your Charles S. Haupt, 110 SW list
r Hans Gebhard, at their home.A I
Grace Millican. Mrs J. G. family might enjoy having the Avenue
I fW I reception following the Naylor, Mrs. Wafer Raymond meat served with a fruit sal- an Women's Group Student League of Women V o tern

wedding dinner was given Mrs. L G. Shaw, Mrs. I id. For the salad, you might center, Mrs. Robert Cade, hostess Unit Meeting! I pm. Mrs.

,' by Mr. and Mrs. George James 0. Stakely, Miss Anna choose an apple and celerycombination James G. Wilson, 1720 NW ,
''I' Sparks at Highland Court Weaver and Mrs. David L. I or pin I eappla Wesley Community llth Road
TODAY, November Julie Cheves, fiancee of William Manor Community Center. Wilmot.ent slices with greens. I r Melhodlil. Church Gainesville Food and Nutrition
I 30 a m., Annett Hid e n,
Babcock 10:30 Association, 7 30 p. m.,
N. : a m
Coffee complimenting Miss until noon, Mrs. Earl May, News of Special InterestTo Fannie Evelyn Dewar and P. K. Yong Laboratory
Susanna Circles
Nelson fiancee of/ Ron- Wesley at School Cafeteria
Kay ,
Mrs. Charles Outen, Mrs. Cecil the church. 1 A shoe to make foot discomfort /
ald Wiggins, 3 30 to 5:30: p.m., Love and Mrs. Francis at Misuse/ Club, Noon Holt I a thing of the

Mrs. Frank Vssery, 817 NE the tatter's home, 3207 West the Colored I p.m., Wealeyan Service day Inn. post eating every step f
Tenth Place.SATURDAY University Avenue.ProgramTea. Community Guild at the church. B'nal Israel Sisterhood, I with its wedge crepe
THURSDAY November S pm. Education Center sole Block leather
November 14 News Items for this pave should bt directed to Ben F, Child, Colored New St. Patrick's Woman' Club, Alpha XI Delta Alumnae I upper

Coffee honoring Miss Jane editor, by mail at 528 NW ftth St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not fend I p.m., Pariah Hall. pm., Mrs. Dan Branch, tot

Items directly: to the Sun office NW 34th Drive.WEDNESDAY ,
Elizabeth Bingham bride To Be Given ,_.. ... ..... $599 (
.. wm even Ml* ale M M Plot t Take EarlyMorning November |II
elect of George Helnrlch I Mrs Florence Dunlap will __.__.u ____ _________ league of Women Voters .f
INSTALLATION SERVICES at the St. LukeA BUM of busmeis.
Middleton N. J., 10 be speaker during a program Hike Unit
Schlldge guest Installation services for Rev Meeting 130 a. m. USI CENTRAL CHAICIBOB'S
M E. Church Nov. Mr. end Mrs Harold Jones of
tea be by the Vniv-
to Mrs
am. until noon, Mrs JosephM. given Richard Harrison will be held Feeling adventurous a o me Anita Silvers 233 NW
Leps, Mrs. Douglas E. versity of Florida EngineeringWives IS, at 3 p m. film I, who have been visitingere Ith Avenue.UF .
at the Mt. Herman Baptist l Saturday morning? Then take
Scates Mrs. James L. Cooper Club Wednesday at 2.30 Church, Gainesville, Nov. 9 The public Is Invited. h for the paat week, left yes an early morning hike with Education Dames, I
and Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr. pm. at the University Worn- through IS. II rday for their home. family i l and prepare pm., Dr. and Mrs C Glen I
at the Leps home, 2210 NW men's Clubhouse, West New. The schedule of services Is as AILING AT HOME Mrs. Ella Mae Jones, of Tiisvllle breakfast over a campflre. Hsss, lie NW gist Terrace,

First Avenue.Coffee berry Road. follows: Mrs. Hattie Jordan Is ailing la visiting In the Make breakfast biscuits by UF Pharmacy Dames, Ipm -
MissUZGAi Mrs. Dunlap adult supervisor l University for two weeks. ., Dr and Mrs. C Mok-
complimenting Today at I p.m., Rev. F. W. at her home. Friends are askedto witting strips of biscuit l I
at the Gainesville Public Wilson, pastor, and his congreauon visit her.WOMEN'S Miss Msmle Fields, of Orals dough around clean, "green"stlrks I.r. 2041-NE- 1 18th Terrace. L s
will review "The
Library I from the D a y Springs _- p sssed through Gainesville yestrdsy and baking them over
Coming." World Transformation. 'Baptist Church will be In charge DAY PROGRAM II! en route to Jacksonville. glowing' coals. The blscul ll.t

: of the services. SET Miss Helen West, of High are done when they are golden
] Faculty mechanical wives of the and departments Tuesday at I p ni., Rev. C. The Women's Day observance prlngs, paused through Gaines brown and slip easily off it costs so /little/ / to iW
I nuclear -.J. Johnson, pastor, and his Ille yesterday m route to Tarr.W the stick. Fill the centers with
engineering, will be hostess will terminate at the Shady
congregation from the New butter and blueberries or wild
"- lfH ,_ for the program and tt.kr .. :Salem Baptist Church will be Grove.Primitive Baptist Church LP-GASHEAT
in charge of the services. '

.tm i itP Wednesday at I p m, Rev. W CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS HEY KIDS!! BRING MOM. .

J. Taylor, pastor, and his con
egation from Hopewell Bap Mt Pleasant Methodist- $10.00 VALUE eaT IN EVERY ROOM
% ckQ tilt Church will also I be in Church School f 30 a.m.. mornIng 11| X

chare of the services. worship, 11 a m.; and evening 1
worship, 7 p.m. Rev W. ? ifih BUSTVIGNmE

BROWN M. Ferguson pastor,
w.. C. "' '1" Smith
ML Olive Primitive Baptist- *
HOT WATER Monday Colored News
COOKING OILS AILING AT HOME Sunday School I 30 a.m., morning .v

ALWAYS ON TAP CAN BE CLEANED The following members el fthe worship II a met and evening ;
I 30 Rev. H. tt e PORTRAIT
ML Herman Baptlil I I worship, : p m.

And that's one way LP. Ptoplt' _I..... tail uf Church are ailing at their I Kinae,. pastor.Mt. ,
Gas makes life easier about cooking' oil' ttaint whichwouldn't homes: Mrs. Elizabeth Kim-I Mortals Baptist There i0R
c com out.Tnit rough, Mother Ann u e Bell will be prayer meeting tomorrow A' lit
when you use it to operate ONLY
happen, and htrt's "
modern opplionces.Call3765392 the can Rhodes, Deacon and Mrs. Ful- 7 p.m ; and Choir No. 2
nraton why:
moon and Ned McOndon, Mrs. win have Its rehearsal Thursday
Cooking all' vt. cf court.
hot and cold TKtv>. coM tx- Jones, reporter. 7 p m. Rev L. A. Tillman, '
for* you took and hot whil. pastor: Mrs. Willa Dean Foi- $100lIy
you cook Thi rioVulouttyuntpl. 4ITH ANNIVERSARY worth, reporter. dHTML HEATING SYSTEM WITH
". 1'.'_ h mod. for 4
the obMM ....... that vfonW The 40th anniversary of the East Side Church of God In liJ6 AUTOMATIC OAS FURNACE
Whit the Weather co nn ta clMmng' Out Ih.ttoint. observance of the Women's Misonary -I Chirrt-Church School 10 a m. 4

cold 00'1 *r.. ttbttantt- Band begins today morning worship! 11 I m.. and

Is Still MildDO o's.elrk' through 11 at the Belt's NlIJ'Ioj evening worship 7pm. ElderJ. UmH 2 ChIl4'III $$29995

canto' to eat fry. The schedule of activities,, C Carter, pastor. I Studio TO A utrnua ...
Barwrree FamilyACtJi
NOW! The ma .ebl.m ..- Ia as follows Friendship. Baptist Sunday
IT when hot. HOT cooking ..! iseoota'.d There will be a tea ape a-,School 1.30 a m., morning wor- Sc4l.'.ct>Oft Ov-.t **. .
i w... to 10 Yrs.A .
0 e 500000,0 Hoot .
sored by the Parent Teacher atop, 11 a m; and evening, wor'ship
you taw torn ubttonc.tut Mitt_.' Chitdee.
du. to the .cfton if ...... Association, the women of the'! 7pm. Rev. D. E. White' NO AffOlNTMINT hc" FREE! Why put with mAktxfo heat-
lit cNtoo''Y ha boa's ......., W.S C.s. and also tile women'I'pasta.St. NECESSARY U-00 op
...r 'e lvyee $.U' . of Fetes Jar when you can enjoy the
It may nov giv. troubl. M- tithe ML Carmel Baptist Paul C. M. E. MornIng comfort,. convenience and .
pscany If &-.. to ao.-w I
which further tlltt lit chwiv Church today at I pm. worship 11 a m; and evening $1.00 lifrofor 1 s of all LP-Ca central heat

Utivtontwn. Rev W. M. Ferguson, patter worship p m. Rev, B. f. Foil FiflM'o leg arstim for lout p.*nl id .
We .If ,- that psmss of ML Pleasant Methodist,t Weary, pastor eo".e to: .t t Our FREE HOME HEAT.
eo''li-to -0. .>.. Church and Rev. Damns DelL
W.H. to ; Jotf/i Toyland. Goimivlllt Stopping Ce"fe' Conn- ING SURVEY will ahow you
*act ml*'e wrt notingt a S.y, hot conking pests of Bartley Temple MeuV:PERSON ALf v.lle. Flo. T,s. Thru Sat., Nov. 10 thru HthiNentsi NOMrSTICKIMOTIFLOH bow' little It coetj tAt Install this
::... oik, ewctony oh** *o4bt fiat Church, will be In charge I Mist Mary Hunter and Miss air eonditlonlnr furnace with
-. she c...... ft 4ur* r MMnnwng. al the services tomorrow I Edith Miller both of Sanford f ......-1 ,.....; J., ,.",..; 7-9 p.m. Dolly FRY MMw. eight heat outlet In your hoot.FXONI .
bedded wolf. hot be, .Sour.
1IIJg is oct ... ,*** K MtADVICI un. were guests of Milt Hunter's
: Aron. vfel.cooking. Mrs. Ovai Mat ereoe will belie relatives belt yesterday AT JOLLY'S4t I )MIMA US TODAY roe YOU
'a..5 weshoble oar.In principal speaker W t .. Mr. and Mrs. James R M< HYI> fill TlttON flY FAN NeD
12 S.W. lit ST. --. .bow ... a .if'* lay at I ,... There wID also Barnes and see, Joe, all of New HOMI MUTING tutvrrGntn't

Phone 376-5392 don* to occur Ih.en tl.your.....ctorhn.CALL .* s MM. II other talent to appear as the York. If. Y. arrived here res- + Wf .

IIIL terday ea a rwMreek **utMrs. Fuel, HorMi'
y Corp.
OK MING THCA4 TO The SMfflbert and public are Sarah Kan. of Jackjon-

""- o.-M ... n ,- S & S CLEANERS tvtttd. vine, was I visitor here the partwctkend. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CINTII 613 West Utbtnity, Arc.

Af ... S... UntW* n..... or c. ... C.rv fO Rt DERiEJttt1CETb. .
5035Wd It. n. ITI. IK New Salem BaptatQwrch 1 Mrs. Cora M. James left yea 102 N. Mel S,.-.Op.. 9 A.AC .M.-MH..Set. Phone 3765651Enaaaements

choir WIll render a his utrday for AHaaU C*.. btv

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,6 Gainesville Sun iMamloy. November 9, 1944 1

I Restored Cedar Key Office I Safety Officer

,. .. .
Spotlighting NEWS OF LEVY, DIXIE, GILCHRIST BRADFORD, ,;'l! ,... 't To Discuss

the Area UNION, MARION, CLAY, AND. PUTNAM COUNTIES Awaits Retiring- Dr. AndrewsBy ). Shark ': 1

[ tor In Cedar Key. He has quitea Babysitting

Northcentral Florida News LOUISE ANDREWS family background in the Is- I" I Lt Ed Connerly, Gainesville
lild1usui1 Stnt Sun Correspondent ands and feels he can contribute -I Chatter Police Dept. safety officer; and

CEDAR KEY On State much to his friends needs Capt David Laird; CalneyBJ aFire
Road 24 and Main Street here while still In semi-retire Dept, will speak at to

N. Marion stands an old tabby house ment. night's meeting of the Babysit

Southern Farm which Dr Edwin H. Andrews Dr. Andrews' wife, Ellen, Is BY MONROE GAULTNEY and JOAN ROSS ten' Safety Course.
Is having restored for use as busy but having the time of her The fire and ponce officialswill

I School an office for part time practice life tracing down and finding I discuss the role o(. babysitters

High when he retires at the end pieces for the exterior as wells Our Halloween Carnival tJl'llooed show were: First place, Cinder in child safety and their department -
Market of this year. the interior, to make as near. functions when.. an
Summary out to be a Kay and Edna Mae Fletcher
Dedicated Dr. Andrews says he will I Iy perfect an authenlc restoration great success. emergency arises.It .
have a completely equipped office of the building as possible.The We took in $445 In the queen ; second place, Rose Mary will be the fourth of a fiveclass

\ ATLANTA, Ga. Southen Alabama major packing plant I, SPARR Marion County with a consultation room, lower front of the build- contest, which was the most Johnson; third place, Butch course sponsored by t h a
Smith, Ellis Ross, Kay Ross,
cattle and calf prices under I$14.50 to 15.25; North Georgic I School Board Chairman W. W. two treatment rooms, examining ing will be let out as office money for any year we have onecord. Kay Wilder and Wilma Ray Women's Auxiltoryof ,theAla
room, nurse's station and a while the will betwo chua County Medical Society,
lighter marketing swung upward plants and buying points, $15.2: Griffin dedicated North Marlon space upstairs Hathcox pantomlne act
very attractive reception room. lovely Dr. Andrews' The class meets from 7 to 1,30;
to students, apartments. Some rooms made quite a bit
last week, and at some to $15.75; Louisville, $15 t) High Sunday Mrs. Billy Booker, registered The Seniors are to receive a the J. Hillis- Miller
plan call for for side at
residents and the future a from the carnival. The amounts p.m.
markets cattle advanced 50 $15.S; Memphis, $14.50 to $15 of faculty North, Marlon County. nurse of Otter Creek, will be entrance to his office with park received by peach class after test that is given by the AI 1 Ir Health. Center auditorium.. ,

cents to $1 a hundred, with and Nashville Thursday, $135''j the office nurse. I' ing in the rear. The Andrews taxes and before areas Korea on Nov. 10. This test Is -- ..

calves rising 50 cents to $150, to $15.75.At Griffin asked the citizens of Dr. Andrews is a well known are planning a yard, near the follows: First,expenses$95.22; Sec- designed to help students know I
Marion County to help solve physician and surgeon who has where they are best in abilities. POWERfUL PLUNGER ClEAtt-
entrance, surrounded with t
the U.S. of Agriculture
Department 20 Georgia cattle auction:s ond, $29.40; Third, $15.04; Fourth -I
reported. the political, scientific and social been practicing Gainesville I picket fence where Mrs. An- Our Sharks got their flippers CLOCGEDTOILET5
Fifth and Sixth
last week, Standard grad e problems facing the world for many years. Still very active :drews' mother will delight In ; clipped at Hawthorne by the I ....
Southern hog prices closedthe slaughter steers brought Iron I but I'' 55; Seventh, $1350; Eighth, In ojiffyfMVn
today; by underwriting the more Important, having a flower garden. She Hornets by 24 points. I
week Friday uneven. Prices $14.7i to $19.50, or mostly 5i 0 schools of today not the great humanitarian, Dr. Andrews will $23.52; Ninth $2802; Tenth,
of the The
occupy one apart girls basketball team
were steady to 25 cents higher cents higher than the preview I schools of yesterday. knows the need of a doc- 94.49; Eleventh, =.91; Twel-
at Florida and Ala I ments. had their first basketball practice
Georgia, week. fib, $55 62; FHA, ".11. I
bama packing plants and buyIng called the Dr. and Mrs. Andrews will Nov. 2 There are approximately
Florida The speaker consolidated The winners of the prince andwincess
points. Prices at Memphis Twenty seven sue school the biggest take up residence in their lovely 20 girls going out for
(Ions moved Good feeder steer I Today InHistory home contest were Mike
Point the
on Piney the
and Louisville down 25 sport.
were education
boom in North Marlon
at strong prices of from $14 50 I first of the new Hodges and Clare Smyth from
year. The annual 4-H Achievement
or more. facilities since the opening i iI
to 1750. the first grade King and Queen
The residents of Cedar
While cattle and hog receipts of the area's first high school Key Banquet will be held at the
i iI were Monroe Gaultney and La-
Montgomery auctions mover I are happy Indeed that Dr. Andrews
tapered off last week at most In McIntosh back in 1906. Bronson school auditorium and
slaughter cows at steady to 51 I I is coming home, where verne Castell from the 10th cafeteria on Nov. 2.
southern and midwestern mm'ken I
hog receipts Increased cents higher prices, as Utilitj, Carl Frelmuth, Fifth District By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ha Is so badly needed, to share grade. I At their last meeting, the Cedar '
sharply in Interior Iowa and I grade brought $1060 to $13.25. member of the School Boa r d.1 Today Is Monday, Nov. >, the his retirement with them. The winners of the talentI Key Senior 4-H Club elected
At the Nashville termlna I I praised the spirit of the school '
southern Minnesota. 314th day of 1964. There are 52 officers. They are: President
southeastern livestock market, Good am I for building a completely equip. days left in the year.Today' III" Monroe' Gaultney; vice
prices choice steers brought stead pod football field out of private
] highlight in history: president, Horry Baylor secretary
states rose late last week mostly ; AOAIN Mat eld, fetilnfwhen
%cent a pound to the level prices of from $21.50 to $22.50. funds. On this date In 1872, the great : Johnny Walker; reporter year MleteveiOeweTOILAFLEX

.of 13 cents a pound at farms. Memphis auctions move d I School Superintendent John Boston fire broke out; the city Frank McCain; Council i :
Mississippi prices advanced an Utility and Commercial cows ir I W. Seay laid the three small burned for three days over 10 "C Panther's delegate, Charles Donohoe.I I
I price range of $11.25 to $14.25, acres 35 were killed Toilet il! Plunger
I additional H mostly 13Vi cents. A good demand These prices were fully stead), New North Marion High School and 959 buildings destroyed.Loss f District FHA Convention Unlike erdiranphuifeie.. %U>Seion .
to strong compared with th! were because they could was put at $80 million.On held In with not. permit eempntMd eir .rmm
for ready to cook fry gone TaleBy Perry on Saturday ?w w te ipUnk bwJi or__
ers exceeded available lire week before. not meet the educational needs this date I their sponsor, Mrs. Brummitt.' With IbiUflM th In 1857, Oregon ratified a threat the cl.cl>t .._ ....
of fresh fruits anc I of the county.
bird supplies In all areas. Supplies owl....it down Cu miniS

Egg prices at southeast moderate vegetables last continued week at light mOl tot I; The new $700,000 school was state 1918 constitution.In the Kaiser. abdicatedand I I See Page 11 .. MweNfD. ra na stOPS.t..uw.r umteuenotKin ....,:.
markets changed little last cinnn ITMI .CUNT wie AIIOUtJ.
ern built with to the future
an eye Germany was proclaimed HILL Important AnnounctmtntAbout 'AI'U&II'AlL..I..II.n.1f
southeastern markets.At CAROLYN and TDRON COURTNEY
week, though buying Interest by putting all shop and science a Republic.In Your Future From
Improved. Closing prices FrI- the Atlanta Farmers Mar, DALE Oemikie. ToturtaC 52*SAt
room utilities in the main building 1935, the Congress of In- ,
day at representative southeastern ket, Florida yellow corn 1 ir allowing for additionalunits I dustrial Organizations, the CIO Even with Homecoming over (the fellas who turned down! CARNEGIE HAIOWAII amass IVWTWNIH
markets for most consumer crates of 3 dozen ears sold al t to be built and classifieds was organized under the leader the students at NHS. were I the first girl who tried to tag

grade A large eggs In cartonsin $3.15 to $3,75; Georgia pole i general classrooms at a min ship of John L. Lewis.In very busy last week especially ,them) at Pep Rally on Friday, '--
sales to retailers were: Atlanta -beans brought $3.50 to $4.75 s, imum the tax
expense to pay- 1943, the U.N. Relief the girls. What happened Nov. 12.
43% to 44 cents; Birmingham bushel; South Carolina snap''er. I BOB TREWEEK
and Rehabilitation Administration ? TWIRP week was In At the Homecoming game
flit to 44'cents; Jackson, beans went st $3.75 to $4.50 a was created. session. TWIRP means 'The last weekend Miss GI e nda 1 .; :
40 cents; and Jack ra n v 111 i e, bushel; and yellow crookneck The school opened this fall Ten years ago..Peplng( Radio Women Is Required to Pay' but Green was crowned queen. She .Boys'"suro"ce eh,ck-up
moved and Is currently serving 355 ; recently?" See a professional' Independent
at $3
43 cents. squash mostly a l. -
.* bushel.At students but can be expanded to charged that U.S. military that Isn't all the girls have done.It was escorted by Tommy Farnsworth 'Insurance Agent tomorrow I Look forth
Closing hog prices Friday at planes had Intruded over southeast is also their duty to open captain of the football '""=,,+ t "8'4 I" scull!
leading southern markets for the Birmingham Farmers I take care of 500 at a minimum China In reply to a protest doors, carry books, let the guys team. Glenda Is a cheerleader,I Ph.... 171-2511

most U.S. 1 to J grade butcher Market, bushel baskets of field., cost. against the Communists shooing ahead In line, and do all the basketball player, secretary of .a.:. NATIONAL PROTECTION' WEEK
general weighing 180 to 240 run sweet potatoes sold according down an American plane on other things the boys are normally ,the Beta Club, F.H.A. officer, .... NOVIMIU M4rh
pounds were: Georgia Florida. to quality at $2.50 to 325. Wheat CropIs Nov. 7. supposed to do for the band member, and a memberof

Five years ago..The government girls. the N.H.S. Girls' Sextet. She
ThreatenedDENVER warned that some of the The girls were supposed to Is also an active member and

I Cedar Key Notes 1958 and 1959 cranberry crop take the boys to the football I worker in the Newberry Baptist

; Colo. (AP) The had been contaminated by a I game Friday night I against Church. Miss Green, a senIor -

.. entire tlOO-million winter wheat chemical weed-killer. Cross City, and to the TWIRP had Miss Alyce Witt and Need new appliances?
By LOUISE ANDREWS from her Job painting.Mr. crop In Colorado may be wipedout One year ago..Two disasters week dance afterward. At the Miss Marian Holder as her at-
struck Japan-more than 300 dance crowned. tendants. They are both members -
King Ugly was
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Watson and Mrs. Frank Billings- by drought.
were killed In a coal mine explosion The guy with the most of the junior class.
are on vacation for three weeks Icy have returned from spending Even a drenching rain or penny
and a train wreck-at The N.H.S. senior class won
votes received this 'honor.
j Mrs. Watson, our postmaster, several their would late to Get an HFC ;
I months at snow come too I j"-
171 died in
I the blast and King Ugly will Judge the boys first place on their skit In,
said she will probably spend a home in Fairmont, W. Va. Jeanne help, a state official said Sun-
about 130 in the
wreck. who are on the 'Black List' Panther Prowl. The name of It i.
Purchase Loan
lot of time on her own front BIllingsley is librarian In Cedar day. Laurence Phelps, directorof I was "The Day Before H o m e- Big .T
porch, but we know they have Key for the Central FlorIda Administrative Services for coming." Taking second place
gone to West Palm Beach furs I Regional Library. The library the Colorado Agriculture Department YMI can MV tn meet bit
was the eighth grade and the
few days and then they will visit occupies apace in the termed the severe I Williston NotesBy I third place winner was the Junior pnwohs.a If yu buy with
a daughter, Mrs. Montlne Woman's Club Room. Jeanne dryness which started thru class. nth. Get that cash nw with

Birdsey, and four grandchildren and Frank travel back and forthIn years ago the worst drought The senior class also placed se HFC Hi PurchaM LMH.vtliMt .
In Englewood. Very nice way to West Virginia In a very comfortable since the 1930s. EMMA LEE LOFTEN I do Gilley, secretary; and Mrs. first In the float contest. Their ah.p anywhere fee. the beat
spend a vacation, we think. trailer built by Frank. The Income of Colorado farm Mrs. W. S. McClellan was Fred Dreher, treasurer. theme was "Panthers Control M major pptlanc,
Beatrice and Robert Stover They enjoy camping along the ers has fallen from $178 million honored on her Kth birthday, Mrs. James Smith is teacherof Devil's Soles." The fresh man hwniture-awn a better car.

(he Is the Cedar Key High way. A nice way to travel, we In 1961 to $135 million last year Oct. 31, at a birthday party at the class with Mrs. C. H. lass won second place l and Then rtpay HFC temlbly and Mimnkntly. --..-
School math teacher) attendedthe would say. and "every town In the state Is the home of Mrs. W. R. Ennis, Phinney as substitute teacher. the Juniors took third. with ewifldwic it Heuteheld Finance.
opera "La Boheme" with I On behalf of the Women's In economic trouble," Phelps with whom she makes her The devotional was given by ---- -_-_- .--

the music director, Gerald Rich Club: and the folks who use and said. He said continued dry home. Mrs. Leo Carey before the meet. I
ardson. the would like weather would "wipe out the There were 29 present at the i Ing. I PROPANENOTTH Borrow up to $&00
enjoy library, we
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sheffield to take this opportunity to give,entire wheat crop." party. Members of Mrs. McCIel- Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Whl t te- Take up to 24 months to repay ..

closed the deal on a house with I great big "Thank you" to an's Sunday School class and :,hurst, accompanied by Mrs. .
about 20 acres of land on the Miss Agnes Tooke who so abley Retarded Child members of Circle J of the Baptist Vhitehunfs( sister, Mrs. C. H. GAS Art about end Me hMMfeme en loene el Group rat"
mainland Just beyond the Cedar cared for our needs this sum WMS and other friends were Phinney made visit to
Key limits. The property was invited. I fleld. NOTTH THAN HOUSEHOLD
mer while Jeanne was awsy. FFINANC&Sog
bought from Mrs. Nlcolene Row Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rehm of Talk Planned) Hostesses were Mrs. B. L Mrs. Ed Reich, and her family. NATURAL GAS

land.Mrs. I West Palm Beach were house Neal, Mrs. N. B. Priest and 'They were gone about a week. Cook & H.at Water
Vernon C.stellgot a surprise Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert, Sun- Mrs. A. J. Mixson. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Stell left
guests recently of Gertrude and I 107 W.
call from her husband, Rutherford Teas. land pastoral counselor and Little Lawrence Stanley, son I for Barlow on Thursday nightto Low Cost University Av., 2nd Floor,
Chief Boatswain Mate Castell on chaplain, will speak at Tues- of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stanley be on hand on Friday morning -I PHONE FRanklin 6-4524
the Cape Knox now stationed In Mr. Jerry Rose, missionary lay's meeting of the Alachua sang "Happy Birthday." when his brother, J. E. FR 6.5110
Miami Chief Castell enjoyedhis serving In Dutch New Guinea, County Association for Retarded Recent guests of Mrs. R. A. Stell, underwent major surgery' I
short four day leave from was guest speaker recently at Children.The Carson were her daughter and in a Lakeland hospital I'
his Cost Guard duties, but hopesto the First Baptist Church. Mr. group will meet at I p.m. family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mrs. J. P. Sandlin underwent
get home more often now. Rose held his audience spellbound -at the School Administration Smith and children, Jeff, Ned major surgery at Alachua Cene
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Goldsby as he related stories of Building, 1117 East UniversityAve. and Beth of Belglade.The al Hospital last week. From all
his work with the natives, manyof .
Elisabeth Anne .
and daughter reports, she is recuperating
from Millington, Tenn., visited whom have never heard the Rev. Cuthbert will discuss so-' Willing Workers Class of satisfactorily. ..
the Don Goldsbys and daughter, story of Jesus Christ. lotions to problems In counsel- the Methodist Sunday School I ___
Linda. Having beautiful weather Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Lau- Ing the retarded and their lamlits. met at the church on Tuesday ; 0'S A y91L QoQ.

they enjoyed good fishing ramore of Jacksonville were i in, night for a class meeting, followed EarL C. May I
and were much Interested In our town and had lunch with the The meeting Is public. by a covered dish sup **Uiif .
Dave Andrews. The fquitobl Lift Auuronct
town. per.Officers Socitry flf m. United, SlofnHtm '
be held
Guests at the Faraway Inn recently The PTA meeting to Fire DestroysNW are Mrs. R. A. Carson Ottta New Park N.Y. '
included Mr and Mrs. on Nov. 19 Is Open House president; Mrs. I.. W. Rut- FR 2.3576 I' t fi /
Teachers will be In their roomsto land vice president Mrs. Wal
George E. Thllo, Clearw a te r. ;
meet with answer Side HomeFire -
This was their tint visit to the parents
Island and they plan to return questions and show them
with their house trailer to around. destroyed the home of
soon The 4-H Achievement Banquet Brady Jones Jr. on the NW llth FREEZER LOCKER

list stay were awhile.the Also J. D.on Reeces the guest and will be In Bronson on the 12th Avenue extension early S unday FIWNFOODlOCMt RENTALS Save 4 / % a slice for yourself

T. J. Weatherfords with son at T p.m.The morning. .CSNTCM 2:
PTA Convention meets In Jones' residence Rt. ) Box and
Ga. G. V.
Bill, from Dunwoody, earn on your
fishing Brsdenton, Nov. 17. They are 37S was burned after an electrics money
Campbell took them on a BEEF FOR HOME
blaze at 4.Ua
trip and they reported a asking for volunteer representa Ignited a
successful catch. tives. Part of the expenses are, ,m", the Gainesville Fire De- FREEZERSFINANCING Save o part of every dollar you earn with a growing Savings Account at

Miss Florence M. Allen, pharmacist paid to this convention. partment reported. Gainesville Mutual. You will be surprised how fast it will grow Into a sizablesum.
with the J. T. McGaughy -
Pharmacy In SL Petersburg I KEITH HAYTHORNE Save here and 'lOW'!

was a recent houseguest of Miss says: I FR 2-5351 I A&tp29r
Dorothea Comfort. The 1 a d I es AVAILABLE
were wined and dined at the Island '"H rsNyr'p I Gainesville
e c e Mutual
Hotel as the guests of Mrs. ent Inturancf Agent tememxnl Look for j I it
Mary Keller. But all was not the "B.fl I" wallM.M. I .

play. Miss Allen was here to .. M. J.I4JI McCALLUM WHOLESALE :E1: BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION
Christmas """
make cards.sketches She la for an her artist and NATIONAL NOVSMata14th rlOTICTION Wile: 504 N.W. 8th Ar. 217 N.E. lit Street Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6.2415

anti her leisure hours away
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Haunting Questions Still Remain Variety of Accidents Takes I

This to the last of I series President and then shot Dallas ship, but It was very good. pretty thoroughly guarded, and months earlier, to the office of'i iHunt' Lives of 16 Over WeekendBy
rf articles by Jack W l II.. i police patrolman J. D. Tippit Yet, six months earlier using all the evidence Indicated that son, Lamar. for a Job

inalyilflg the Warren Commit while trying to get away. And the same rifle, same sight, Ruby simply waited until a po Interview Ruby told her he'd

sloe findings on the death of that Oswald In turn was shot Oswald shot at Ma]. Gen. Edwin liceman's back was turned and like to meet Hunt, but he didn't THE ASSOCIATED Beach, killed when she fell from Lloyd Hall, II, of Dayton
President John F. Kennedy by Jack Ruby, also acting who Walker and missed. Walker walked down an automobile get Into the office with her, and PRESS1 1 I moving car. Beach Warren M. Smith, 21, of
By JACK WILSON ly on his own. And that no conspirators tits right wing leader, was ramp. The policeman said it she believed he was merely At least 1C persons died In Key West and Alexander Bros-
Cowlei Washington Bureau and no official agencies !sitting in his home, at a brightly : -was Impossible, but It seems to wishing he could make a business Florida during the weekend In Mrs. Katherin T. Wareham, leo, 22, of Bay Vlllege, Ohio all
WASHINGTON During Iti of any government aid lighted desk, the night of I be the only reasonable explana- connection with the rich car fire gun, boat and airplane.55, "tf New Kensington Pa,,University of Florida students,
Investigation of the assasslna- any part In the tragedy. I Apr 10 when Oswald tried to tion.That family. ,accidents I'tilled when a car she was riding killed when their car hit a tree-
I In their painstaking rehash ofthe 'In hit the rear ot a truck north
kill him. It was a relatively question, Incidentally,
west of Bach
lion of President Kennedy the Still, the questions remain t .' Two Marine pilots from Glyn- of Tltusvllle Sunday. Daytona
lies the botton of the notion minute details of everything
shot and there at
was no
commission headed by Chief For easy I Naval Air Station Brunswick, ...
example: co W. Hilt\ 18 of Lynn Haven
Gary ,
hint that Oswald didn't have all that Ruby may have had police connected with the slayings the T. J, Hunter M, of New Rochelle -
Earl Warren
Justice questioned. Oswald shot the President the time he needed. Yet he I connivance when, he murdered Warren Commission Investigators Ga, were killed when their N.Y., killed by a car while killed! In an accident near:
than 500 witnesses.It crashed Into the
training plane
more the Lynn Haven City limits.
backtracked Ruby's movements
| walking on a beach near Naples
compiled some 20 fat vol. Atlantic Ocean off St. Augustine.
for two months. John Doody JO, of Winter
omen of testimony, and topped They were Identified as 1st Lt Levi Johnson, 23, of Gainesville -
Beach killed when struck
a car
Us work with a report filling They were able to account for David L. Tennyson of SL Simons killed
oft[ when a car he was hla
nearly 500 printed pages. Commistelescopic his whereabouts every day after Island, Ga., and Capt. FranklinP. riding In smashed Into a utility' utility trailer crushing him
against hla parked car.
And It still was not able to Sept 28, 1983 except Ove Chapman Jr. of San Diego, pole In Gainesville.Lorenio .
answer all the questions that days They couldn't find I out Calif.
n'.durtnr-- the frenzied few: where he had been Sept 29 and J Davies, 40, killedin See Page 11
: 30. and Oct 11. II. and II. Benjamin Seale, M, of Tampa an accident south of Fort
days after the shooting last : The lapses might not it of:died after a rifle he was cleaning Myers. Important AnneufWtnwnt
: Nov. 22-The questions rem.in,1 I About Your Future Frees
In the neck i the President Oswald went II, but so long as the question that accidentally discharged
and with them the possibilitythat I and head with two ng much Interest except on Terry C. Rain, H, otSuwanee, DALE
I to: his rooming house, got a pistol remains unanswered, there will 29 and 30 Lee Oswald was
of Sept.
tome day answers may out three shots at distancesof I Guy Word Jr, 27 of Pensa- killed In an accident south of CARNEGIE
and hurried out. i l It be who will keep I the '
Tip some
'in Mexico to
P City trying arrange Cnlefland.
turn up that will upset the commission's 180 and 235 feet The President's : cola, was killed\ when his boat
driving a prowl car, halted him theory alive. to get into Cuba to JoinCastro' '
findings.Those boat
car was moving nipped during a race
away I and Oswald shot him when Tip- Why did Ruby have $3,000 on forces. There Is no evidence -
findings were simple: from Oswald's at 11 Tavares.
I I pit got out of the car. him after the Oswald murder that Ruby had any connection Mickey Edmonson
Oswald act. miles hour. said
Thai Lee Harvey an Experts It
the When Tippit hailed Oswald Since he shot Oswald while I I with Oswald, nor that Mrs Mamie Franklin, 44, of I
entirely alone, shot wasn't spectacular marksman-
tng" 1'however, Oswald walked over surrounded by police Ruby he was out of Dallas on those Mlms, died Sunday from smoke SAYS:
I'I lo the car and stood talking to could hardly have planned on days. The question rem alas, Inhalation, caused by a Ire In "Hov you bed on 'ln jran<:;. cfacH-up. I
SM '
Mctntlvr' Independent
the policeman through the right- using the money to escape owever where was he? her mattress Iniuronc* Agnt e profmlenal tomorrow I Look fore
hand window for a moment Why carry It? The biggest unanswered question -I ttx "B' I" wall
r AT THE.LIBRARYI\ description of the man suspected The likeliest answer, in the' of course, was the jackpot i Traffic victims Included: ,.... n I.....

of having shot Mr. Kennedy commission's opinion, was sun- question: Why did Oswald shoot Ellen Sheldon, IS, of Miami NATIONAL MOTICTION WIIKNOVIMBU
had been broadcast, and ply that Ruby operated his two the President? The commissiondug 1.14

ills assumed Tippit thought t night clubs largely on I cash hints and possibilities out Under normal landing conditions

Oswald fitted It. Nobody knows. basis, and was accustomed to of Oswald's twisted personality, the brakes of a modernjet I

And nobody knows what they keeping large amounts of money but it never was, able to come airliner absorb enough energy I
II II said to each other during thai handy, There was evidence up with anything that It could to stop simultaneously 431
By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN in THE STRANGERS ON MY brief conversation. If Tippit was that he had 11,000 In his pocket pacifically describe as an exilana automobiles traveling at Smiles [IOOIJ] ,
THE STRANGERS ON 101 Y ROOF going to pick up Oswald as s, that Sunday morning, and that tlon. an hour.
ROOF. E. Arnot Robertson The i The following books have been suspect In the assassination,, he took $2,000 out of the trunk -- --- --

Macmlllan Co. New York, 1M4 received lately by the Gainesville -why did he get out of the car. of his car. Nobody knows why. .IAn.....nn I
This is a notable novel by a Public Library: as slowly and casually as wl tWas there any right wing Just tIll us how much eo. .. I

sensitive and perceptive writer. BIOGRAPHY"The nesses said, and walk calmly Involvement In.. anv of n the_ mur.. Asthma Formula PrescribedMost you bills,need for ta home pay Improvimtnts old- .:...e.. tt'"v. 0.. ;;fits I
deals with several problems, around the end toward ders.. :
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some age old, some new, but Sartre) the great existential- man whom he must have suspected i Oswald described himself as By DoctorsAvailableNow pairs, lor all your 25100 1100 83700 31.00
weaves them so deftly Into the d to have been dangerous a "Trotsky Communist." H e seasonal expenses. 2000 10000 34.n i
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fabric of the story that, readingIt to the heart as well as to the I When T Jp pit.i a body was was known to be a left winger, Without PrescriptionStope courteous service. "" _11 ease. l..M.MMM1,.., I
you have no feeling of being Intellect"; "The Wind at My turned over, his pistol was lying When Ruby was arrested he Attacks (In MinutM Relief Lasts for Hours!

beset by propaganda or education Back" (Pat O'Brienleisure) --beneath it He had drawn It as was carrying two radio scripts sow n.... ... t..'-')_"' .. \.. -l. tI., Ubl.u .11... ro-,..... LOANS UP TO $400FAMILY i
In disguise.It ly, Informal, sentimental storyof he got out of the car. Why of a right-wing program promoted ,...... f.....11.... .... UU.r .. sip ?\... PrlmiUM Tklli apse
Is the of Chloe Free- kf 4wUra f.r thin ,rlrat. bro ,hlat tub.1, I.e.e..eae1.tlepti..t.la..w
hadn't he tried it. H. U the
a durable Hollywood a c tor; use by Hunt con- Uit.U u MlkmnlTmn nlln* taut eer..s tomlM., Alt I
man whose husband, Bar soy, "Cold' Friday" Whittaker And where was Oswald going servative oil man. It turned out wltknl yrra rlitl
has a personality so utterly Chambers) re-collections, at the time. He was in a hurry that he got them a few weeks .ti>M H.die.l11,1er..dthiformula...11...iuwki ..I.......d Tb..entl.-Pr1.a..Nahi. l full I.M : ,
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varied from hers and a rangeof written shortly before his death, when he left his room and It earlier at a food show, wherehe g1imn\Ser. :: m fr.nrw.n. n ) fn 4 mitt er tive IIMKkliillo riNANCI WVIC1, INC
values different that their f Mln I (til !>."> >inTMt ..
so .
looked he had of Hunt'sfood
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that shed most controversial as though some picked up some .U. f>f
light on a ... tkttH
marriage has .become an affair figure. destination In mind, but the products with which they .li tin' k'.e.l' '.f .*..\... (:..\ fvrfomi ........ ftrpiMS .f O.lnesvllU
more of tolerance than of commission could not discover were enclosed. A witness siii Slr.dt.1 tin.-: airs when:::... >frnda-i LaY f this // 1.o
true affection. Chloe has used SOCIAL STUDIES what It was he was enraged by them and vlUnl v iMtrtpttoe ta west ttalM M '''...... ., MI *new**
her skills and understandingto "The Italians" (Luigi Barzl- How did Jack Ruby get Into threatereJ to "send them to 9 Ir
become a speech therapistand nl, Jr.) a biting portrait of the basement of the Dallas City Kennedy." I
finds satisfaction In the relief his fellow countrymen by a
Jail that Sunday morning so he The day before the
which she is able to bringto well known Italian Journalist; could shoot Oswald Nobody tlon Ruby drove assasslna'i

troubled people. B acne y'. "The Challenge of Megalopolis"Wolf saw him enter. The place wa:mel, a girl he had met some.I
business Is sufficient to supply ( Von Eckardt) the land

him with happiness and they conditions, means of growth, SA.VI ON FUEL NOW.
live along In tolerable content- transportation, communications, THIS WINTER TRANE
ment. .' means of livelihood and cultural .
So much for the first part of life of the urbanized North CENTRAL HEATING

the story. The accounts ol East seaboard of the United I THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLUD .

Chloe's work In speech therapyare States; "Men at the Top; a men hn |*wtr Cyst bllltCLIAM I $
heart warming. For thoseof Study In Community Power" C IFFICIINT ". ...k., smell M die I <
us who are 'Dot Jamil II r (Robert Preithus) a study of COMPLETELY INSTALLED : 1
whole communities of less than ...,.e... ...d ndy heiee $585 .
ibis two
with this science, a : :: :
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sir CI..I. ., e. low "! I t .
new chapter In the:advance of 10,000 Inhabitants; "The Inno- N. in**.? 4.Wlt Tern I* lint rimy k.4t modern psychological methods.But cents" (Edward D. Radio) a FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Barney Is offered the report on the miscarriages of ALL AMIIICAN
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branch of his firm and Chloe Is out this country, with m 1 n y LIc..4 ...... tenured
faced with the problem of giving startling cases used as lIIuq'ra'l, check-up on your car
him the support she feels lions, and suggestions on ,
he needs In hIs new venture, remedy some of these abuses: I
and the despair of giving up her 'Continuities In Cu'ural! E v olu'l NEW

long established practice. But'tlon" (Margaret Meao home or business insurancethis

she does give It up and goes -
Here the main part of the how Information/ Is exchanged NEW TOP LOADING WASHER
story starts. Hong Kong Is out between Individuals and groups'

rageouslT growing more DVm so row daily did as refugees and- In human society.FICTION I i BIG-15 LB. CAPACITY week .

pour In from Communist "A Single Man" (Christopher I I''
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Barney thinks of these people Weidman) what happens Five Years
la the mass and Is ready when a happy man Is forced
enough to aid In large scale to recall a past which he has

economic measures to help endeavored, with good cause, to If you haven't had the insurance on ance specialist who must meet professional .
them. But Chloe looks on them forget: "The End of Solom o a
not home business reviewed by standards designed to protect
as Individuals, as people, Grundy" (Julian Symoni) your car
statistics. When one family sets Ironic truth about middle-claw] M.. an Independent insurance agent recently you. Because he represents not one

up housekeeping where on she the and roof Bar-ol English life revealed through an you may be in for a shock! You but several strong, reliable insurancemay
the house artful bitter suspense! novel:
ney live, she admires their "The Corrida at San Fell u" '- find you are paying needlessly high companies, he is free to select the best

courage, their survive fortitude Incredible and- ,(Paul Scott) a novel about .1 1 premiums. or that you are under. Insurance policies for you at the best
their ability to novelist writing a novel centered
hardships. She takes them around dramatically and .r insured because the policies you bought price.

what under aid her she wing can.and In gives doing them M 'penetratingly"The Wine described of Violence"bullfight I' in the past may not give you the pro An independent Insurance agent offers

she comes to an understanding (Neil;Boardman) the effect of tection you need today. you other big advantages, too. His serve

of the Chinese personality which i murder on the townspeople hi for continue long after
Barney Is never able to achieve. i a community, toldin i This week-November 8 to 14-U ProIccs., example,
small mining
These are the ingredients of a fictional form but bawd 011'' tection Week throughout the nation a you've bought policy from him.When

the story. They develop character and Interweave events that actually occured ir perfect time to check up on your car, you have a lose, he's on your side. lie
The few in ISM.; "The H 1 I. t
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Is much humor In the book but soldiers in the Battle of the For a free analysis of your coverage and And
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which for these services!
Into a conclusion In (Frank O'Rourke) 1 worth of home) call one there are no charges
than present your
everyone Is a little more novel set In southern Teas am
utisfwd. Mexico! at the time of the Met of the Big "1" insurance agents listed Why settle for less Get your free

It Is a beautiful challenging and Pancho V' Week insurance check-up
and 11 lean Revolution below, a member of the Florida Association Protection
piece of writing ta, 'ICatherine WentwortlT ,r this week from "P
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pfcu of life whom we may not C.romance about a young: widow1 Heavy Duty Top-Loadinf Washer LAI7ot.C Agents. Youll find him agent who displays this

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h On SaleWASHINGTON strives to better bet lot amoni Safety Ud Lock ... reset-
Northern .

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IIlP'Iftd portrait of forisle "Lydia" (E. V. Cunningham)

Department fonrwm lit the Is public now reports.available the Treasury -with a aa suspense investigator's'"fry concerned search $ 1A 41 PaymentWITH _CAINiSVILti Kiai ATiie .C INC.J. IOINSUIAMCS. ... -HIGH SMIMC1lOeM

01 for a tot necklace valued at ta'nuHiM IMSUIAMXI
Henry Holtzclaw. director doOars\ ; "The Case of ADAMS IMSUIANCS AGI"C1 C MAT IMSUIAMCI CIUD'
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the CAMNOM-nrwlU AuUCY.MC .
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raving begu Mason exploit to which he C ALACHUA TIIHTQMAVIS
before -
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the attempted enleoninfof TOM DOetOM AOJNCT
It was reproduced. widow will greedy CHACE and KITCHENS N. N. uSOY IAYII ,. IUniO AWed
The portrait may be ..put.lwtd a rich Creek Affair HOw,,, MALL A6IMCT S. P, Tsutse
in el>,fy the er ether to a JS set preai4nts. wdortraba '.(heirs(Frank Grater a Ilttlpenae'tale ONTHE SQUARE JOT W, MAMMON AUMCYMATTMOeNf CIOU CITY WILLI TON

A S-by-B lock portraixta ,' prompted to which by die ON tetestigjOmD corpse el a Your Westinghouse ',uchi..cf! Dealer IMSUIAMCS AWCT N. A. UN rroN AMMCT 11 PAILS' INSUtAMCS AUMCYIt
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Bradford's Economic 'Lifeline' I IBy

SAM McGARVEY The latest boost to the coun now has 525 Inns in the U. 8..
Sun Staff Writer ty's tourist facilities came several Canada, Puerto Rico and the:
Higlnvay 301 Bustles months ago when it was Bahamas.
STARKE Highway VS-30 1 announced that a 100 unit, $1 Novak said plans ((orthe.n'w
with an increasingly heav J million Holiday Inn would be inn are now in preparation and
P1i stream of tourist traffic Is th"lifeline" With Motels Restaurants located here.
: 6 that construction Is expected to
of an Important
of Bradford County's economy The project was announced in get under way in the near fu-:
August by Mike P. Sturdivantof
Spotted all along the 22-mil Glendora, Miss., princl p a 1 II it is completed n eat
i route of the four laned high the city. Clay County line near Keystone owner, and Earle F. Jones, wh summer, Bradford County wilt
way, from Highland In th e I These figures represent a big Heights, and this highway is will operate it. reap an even greater harvest of
north to the bridge at the Alachua increase during the past two gaining In Importance. dollars from the 301 lifeline
44 County line, are motel l s,I years, despite the fact that the Figures given by the S R D To be known as the Starke of its tourist .- .-
THi, NATION'S restaurants, filling stations, novcity V. highway has bean torn up at show a count of 1,845 vehicles Inn, it will provide 100 g u est economy.CeaseFire

4 INNICaItPEn stores and a wayside zoo-. various points for four laning, daily on that highway, and the rooms, each with extra .length, '
all of which depend on touris t: and the funneling of some traffic flow Is reported to be increas double beds, wall to wall .
traffic and tourist dollars. onto the recently opened In carpeting, telavlslon, year-rouni
I availablon terstate 75. Ing.The to be air conditioning and 24. hour In
While no figures are Increase Is reported Kenya'l.Cidl
OPEN SUMMER OF 1965 J, the gross Income to the eI I One motel owner said last the result of tourists turning off switchboard service.It ,
county from tourist traffic, II t week, "My business has picked of I 75 at Lake City, and usIng will contain a coffee shop War
undoubtedly amounts to'mil.I I. up during the past few weeks; SR-100 as the shortest routeto and dining room the latter
lions of dollars annually.At I think it Is because the strip the East Coast. 'capable of conversion to us e
SANA, Yemen (APfBoth
present, the tourist faclli north of Maxville to Baldwin Novak said the SRD may soon for private meetings or banquets "
sides in Yemen's
also a swimming pool civil war were
has been
ties Include the following completed. make an "origin
However, 301 Is not Bradford survey among tourists on 301 for guests, and a dog kennel for observing a ceasefire today:
Holiday Inn Site units.- Twenty motels with 320 County's only big highway. ItJs here, to supply facts which may'guests' pets.. after more than two years of

also crossed east to west by be useful in plotting further expansion -' The Stark. Inn will be part Fighting, reports from the Red
Thirteen eating places, including SIMM from the Union County of facilities of the Holiday Inn system which Sea nation said.Preaident .
.. Billboard on North Temple Avenue In Starke proclaims the site where coostructIon .- a number of fine, moc .
: will begin noon on a new Holiday Inn. ern restaurants. Abdullah Al-Sallal
said the cease-fire went Into
Scores of filling stations,
effect Sunday 12 hours early.Al-
with 38 In Starke alone.
I Melrose NotesBy i A wayside zoo at Highl] an d. Sallal's Republicans who de-

plus a number of places which pend mostly on Egyptian troops,
sell novelties. and the royalists agreed to It*

MRS. GRANTROTHHAMMER place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and and daughter, Marauer I t e, of The foregoing Is by no meansan i last week.
Mrs. C. Manson, third place; White Stone, N.Y., spent three Inventory of all the buslnes! The royalist prime minister,
'The Junior Boys of the Elian-I Mrs E. M. Byorlch, and Miss weeks with her brother-ln I w places along 301 In Bradf o r d Prince Hassan, said In a broad
Baptist Church held I wiener Salley Mansfield, fourth place. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul County, but it does represen t +w a cast his side agreed to the
roast at the church and Invite I Mrs. Bell Johnson, of Cocoa, D King. Patrick Per s c l 10 of most of those which depend almost cease-fire "for a limited time to

Ute G.A. Girls Those attendingwere :, Mr. and Mrs Bing Miller, Mr. Rutland, Vt. accompanied Mr.I entirely on tourist traffic. see if the Egyptians are seriously
Charles Perry, Rudy and Mrs. William R o u n dtree and Mrs. Savino here. Latest traffic figures supplied I intending to withdraw from

Dampier, Emory Perry, David I and sons, Stephen and Dean, Mrs. Pat Glisson and daughter to Pete Novak, manager of the Yemen. The royalist foreign
and Zan Brantley, P. uland all of Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. M.lame, of Falls Church, Starke Bradford County Chamber minister, Ahmed Sham/) said
Carlos Morris, T. C. and Jeff W, LX Grey and son, Mike, of Va. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. of Commerce, by the State the royalists would never agree
Miller, Linda Perry, Darlene Jacksonville, Sfwnt the weekend E. Kelley and other rela Road Department show: ', tl o replace the deposed ruler,
Dampier, Christine B r. ntley, with Mrs. Nell Roundtree. tives. I Through traffic on 10 1 Imam Mohammed Al.Badr.
Connie Morris, Betty Huff, Mrs Stenna Hiler of Holly. Mrs George Alderman has north of Starke at an all-tin
Martha Mathews and Rachel wood was a guest last week, Ashley. her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. R. the Bahamas after visiting 795 south of Starke. The 24-hour. :
Pupils of Faith I t Presbyterian G. Logsdon and family. Mr. Alderman for seven weeks. a-day average In Starke Is 8, I i ([ifr GEMJEWELRY

Kindergarten were treated Mr. and Mrs Ray Gano of Mr. and Mrs. H C, Johnson I 865,> but _that, of course, In:
fo a surprise Halloween party Miami spent the weekend with of Atlanta, Ga spent the week
Friday, Oct. 30, by their teachers his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid end with Mr. and Mrs. W. 0 Smalliers Sees
Mrs I.. 0. Baldwin and Gano and Melissa Preston.Mr. .
Mrs. Fred Spies. George Rippey of Santa
Commador Dave Staple and
Featured were a costume pa-' Jack Roundtree, commander of Fe Shores, is home after being' Cuban RevoltMIAMI 109 E. CALL ST.
and modeling, apple-bob- a patient In the Alachua Gen
tads mine Limper, at Pan "Buy Where You Can
bing, games and story, followedby ama base, Panama City, spent eral I Hospital (AP) Sen. George Get Reliable Service"LAYAWAY
refreshments, currying o u I the weekend recently with Mr.Roundtree' Miss Ruth Bigalow, who bas,Smathers, D. Fla., predicted ... ;;. .i2_ .. ;".,,_ I
motif. Participants been the that Fidel Castro's regime NOW
the Halloween spending summer In Sunday
Mrs. Nell
includedapclt; A/wood, Roundtree Fire Island, New York, has retilrnctf -I.I will topple In 1961 "with The Parade Is Ended But. I FOR XMASAs
Ponry, AshtonJJiore P a U y, ( ; home:She spent several out U.S. aid" from an Internal ,
Mi. and Mrs."George Lund, : Low As I.COI
finale Cernie, Don Chrlstoffers, days with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby revolt. the melody lingers on In Starke, where Bradford High School students
the in Woodstock I
Davis, Mike who spent summer Bryan and children in Jackson Slathers said he was opposedto Will. Hold Your item
Clare Lynn
and alumni celebrated a highly successful homecoming: this past weekend. Adding
New d i
Furls, Keith Hall, Mitchell Hampshire, another ville on her way home. any direct U.S. military Intervention .I I a lot of pep to the proceedings wa the Bradford High Band which led a
New states
England ,
Jackson, Greg Jasmin, Larry spent the weekend vlsltln I I I g Mrs. Nadine Roundtree Is and that it would not be colorful! homecoming parade through town. (Sun photo by Sam McJarvey: ) : Special !
Maltedo, Nancy Nlchell, S a mime home after being a patient in needed. I I .
Patten, Steve Rhodcn, Ann friends on their way to their! the Bradford County Hospital, "The economy of Cuba Is so 17 Jewel Ladies or
Spies, Steven Spies, Matt Stin-: home In Sarasota for the win. In Starke. bad and this misery Is so evident ., Waldo- Terwilliger I, Men's Watches As
ion and Vlchl Time ter.Mr. Mrs. Julian Jacoby and children that there will be an uprising NotesBy '
and Mrs. William : Low As
The winners of Melrose Duplicate Isen.I I of New Smyrna, spent and he will be overthrown PTA to :Meet $1695
Bridge Club to r last bower have returned home aft- the weekend with her parents :from within," Smathers said on
,:.week Include Mrs. Mary Cook er a two week trip to Nor t h 'Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Slade and I Iamily. a television panel show. "The BLONNIE BRUCE entertainment and I monetaryway. The School I "SELDOM EQUALED
first I Georgia Tennessee and North : I will att'themwlves" Highlights of the evening Terwilliger PTA
and Mrs. H.. Roscoe C. Segur Living, ton'Carolina __ lIita't. The County Council of the I'included the crowning of the will meet tonight at 7:45: In the NEVER EXCELLED"STARKE :
"placeMrs: '
Home Demonstration Clubs met 'school cafetorium. I
and Mrs. Roland Bryan, second'I Miss Nancy Clark of Tampa Queen, Miss Debbie Hicks, and _
Is spending the weekend w 11 h I I Ie In Micanopy Oct 23. Attend 1 ng some special music on the ac-I Projects for the new school
Mrs. L. M. PearsaU. Santa FBy Notesfrom :from the Waldo Club were presIdent cordavox by Lee Pankratz. Organ land fund raising Ideas will beiscussed.
YOUR Mrs. Martha MacKeachle and Annette Kelly, and dele- music for the vaudeville .
Col. Emma E. Vogel left Friday I ales Anita Brown and Maude show which met with great approval I Jack Durrance Is president of -
NEAREST for a week's visit in Ber MRS. JOYCE HALBROOK there, where they visited i rnith The future meeting da'e of the audience, was provided ,the Terwilliger PTA. The 1 .
muda. .Visiting Mrs. Bertha Imler I I their children.Mr I Is Nov I, when Mrs. Ruth Ful- by Mr. Skuce The successof I chool's address Is 301 NW 62nd
LIQUOR Mr. and Mrs Bocco Savin c over the weekend were her- son and Mrs. Joe E. Hill l I 'wood. Cultural Chairman, will this year's efforts will cer- Silo
and daughter In law, Mr.I I had as recent guests, his daughter I Instruct club members on dried tainly be a stimulus for next
STORE FLORIDA and Mrs. JimmIe Imler, of LaCrosse I and son in law, Mr. and arrangements. This should be of years show. FLA.IS .
and her daughter, Mrs.I I Mrs. Charles Klser and children 1 i special Interest, as such arrangements -\ VARNESGAS S.W...CALL ST.
District Governor of the Lions
I are widely used for||
THEATRE of of Cocoa.
BETWEEN E. J. Wilson, Gainesville.
Prescott holiday decoration. All Club, Charles Thompson and WHERE EVERYONE
and Mrs.
Mr. Jerry mem-j I
GAINESVILLEand STARKE I Sunday morning and evening I and children have moved to La1 1 bern are asked to participate in1the I Mrs. Thompson were prsent at SERVICE SAVES '
services at North Plea I II n t I II Crosse. I bazaar at the Recratlonal the last Tuesday meeting of the
STARKE PRESENTSTues. Grove Baptist Church were I Center in Gainesville on Nov. 12. Club when a delicious supper 224'N. Temple Ave.Stork. .
I preached( by Rev S. P. Burk- was served at White's Restau ., Fla. Ladies CanvasSHOES .
TEN YEARS IN Night Lest Tim. halter, of Gainesville.Mrs. Vole CanvassIn A recent guest at the Waldo rant, followed by a talk by the
Halbrook and F. chool was a former teacher,
Joyce District Governor. Visitors
: present Complete Line Of
"I'd Rathe Be Rich"with
THE SAME Sandra Dee Sweat attended Halloween festivities Nevada Mrs. Thomas (Marilyn) Pain, were zone chairman, John ONE RACK OF
In Jacksonville Saturdaywith who has been residing In Atlanta. and Mrs. Lion
Taylor Taylor
Walt Disney's"So Mrs. Halbrook's grandchildren RENO Nev. (AP) Representatives She was enroute to Dallas Ferris Johnson, of Hawthorne;
Dear To My Heart" Becky, Ray and Steve i of the Democraticand I hare she expects to make her I Lion and Mrs. Harris Sasnett, S Sues 5.10All
Dowling, which were held at I Republican national committees 1 home. While living here, she Riverside Lions Club of Jack e REFRIGERATORS! First Quality
WEEKLY SPECIAL FRIDAY THE Uth the children's school. 1 are in Nevada today I taught the third grade Heel sonville: Lion and Mrs. E. A. WATER HEATERS $
Saturday night guests of Mr. I observing a canvass of votes I many friends and former sruents Rodibaugh Indianapolis; Lion REG. 1.99 ]

Fright Special and Mrs. Joe Imler were her 4parents cast In last Tuesday's election.. were happy to again see Charles McGlavtr, Keystone e WALL HEATERS .. ... ....
-- -
Relska II :00 P.M Mr. and Mrs. Robert I For Sen. Howard W Cannon,I)I her. I Heights, Lion and Mrs. John
'The Headless Gunn of Ocala. seeking re-election, and Republican Friends of Mrs. Erma Pen- McKenzie Melrose. At least 90 HIS & HERSSWEATER
Vodka Ghost" Mr and Mrs Hardre Rauler-1 challenger Paul Laxalt. I I nlngton will be delighted to heart'per cent of the Waldo Lions and Dearborn Heaters JACS.

son had, as weekend guests, Sunday Cannon's lead shrankto I gf her rapid recuperation from their ladies were present. from 12.000 ITU 100% ORLON PILE
,rao RIG. 4.40 Plus his mother, Mrs. Belle Raulerson I: M votes. The newest total I i recent operation at Alachua I The WSCS met at the Methodist To 40,000 ITU SOLID COLOR
aii< NOW "The Screaming and her aunt Mrs. Ralph I lave him 17,303loles and lax- I Central[ Hospital Mrs. Pennington Church for their regular
+ Skull"Sun. Shepherd, both of Jacksonville.Mr. I alt 67,239 I is a member of the Waldo monthly meeting on Wednesday STRIPES $5
and Mrs. Joe E. Hill are Cannon had led by 114 votes In I chapter of 0. 1 E. S. j. o\. 4. Mrs. Olive Drew was in WE GIVE REG. 4.99Fabric
395STALLING'S announcing< the birth of a little ,the unofficial state tally but the Out of state guests of Mr and ,charge of the program which S&HGreen
thru Wed. daughter, Gail Ellen, born Oct official canvass in Lander County .Mrs Dale Drew have been Mr. was presented by the nameof Sale
"Your Chtot'n Heart" 30 at Alachu General Hospital. ,: gave Laxalt M votes more I and Mrs. Robert Gibson of Deer "The Life Within" Mrs.
(The Hank William. Robert Raulerson Is now employed ,than earlier reported.A I Park Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Drew was assisted by Mrs. Stamps COTTON PRINTS

Story) by the Gainesville Po recount may be ordered ID 1 Robert Gibson Jr. of Monessen, Bessie Beville' Miss Nell! Weldon PRINTED FLANNEL
CORNERU. SHOW TIMISi ire Department and Is now rtidlng decide the wm.ier.. The official ]Pa Mrs. Susie i Griffin and SEE US TODAY FOR THE Sugar & Sake Checks

s. 110I... Mre .... 7 P.M.fer. In Gainesville. 1 state canvass is Nov n and the The Waldo PTA Halloween Mrs. Elsie Goddard Luncheon BEST IN GAS SERVICE
N. 301
I' ....1... .t I 'M. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford !deadline: for conducting a recount carnival was well attended and was enjoyed by 12 members AND APPLIANCES. VALUES TO | PER
PHONE 4SS-H61 .... SMii"s .t 2 P M. Parrish, Sunday were her Is Dec. 3. !surpassed expectations in both ,and five visitors. I 69c I INCH
Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Be I.

mien, and her sister and brother -: Air Mail
DOING YOUR XMAS SHOPPING Phil Pons, all of Anthony.Mr. Special? 11 Just 3 Minutes From Starke!

EARLY and Mrs. H. B. SUdham I ;
visited his brother Reese Stid- DALLAS, Tex (AP A YOUR CANDY AND GIFT
ham and family, in Bar tew. I I parachute carrying an Air FOR i'S HEADQUARTERS BETWEEN
MAKE Reese StWham is much betterafter
Williams Instrument package,
a recent illness. The H.B. believed to weigh more than IfOM Simplicity and McCALL Patterns GAINESVILLE and JACKSONVILLE

STARKE Your Gift I. Stldnams also visited their pounds, dropped Into the 0 Materials and aid's of all types wools SPECIAL XMAS GIFT PACKAGES
daughters and tamilrs. the Ira front of the John Dale
Headquarters for Fin I Webbs and Arnold Willises, inIradenton. residence yard Sunday I corduroy Don River ginghams rayons. "We Ship Anywhere in the World

and his sister, Mrs. Air Force spokesmen In New Cotton Lining Etc.
Diamonds Watches Rings Irene Graham and family, in Mexico said the parachute was
Dade CIty.Friends dropped from a I.lmJlUoncubicfoot > AT 8tile elfsSTARKI
Costume Jewelry and many other of Mr. and Mrs. D. UNorrls helium balloon duringa

,+ extend sympathy to herm test flight. STUMP'SDEPT.
to items for Ladies and Gentlemen the death of her brother, The balloon was bunched Friday

., Bishop A. Witt of Lake City. The instruments were de STORE FLORIDA
CALL ST. PH. 964.8] 11 Mr and Mrs. William Coughnour "- lined to record pressure BUmldity 1 Miles H..1a Ef.fWfJ.f
who formerly lived In temperature and other STARKE FLA. 139 E. CALL ST.. PH. 4-2Sl Sterk U.S.JOIN.Goille.yille .
Indiana, have Just returned meteorological Information.


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My, How ; ." ,..' m iGators to Get Needed Rest' 1

Things I ;1 off W ccl Welcomed : t M e g


By Coaches, Players ', s ,,i;

Change! 3 This la a week for the Florida -, down with Injuries will have v

Gators to lick their football a chance to retain their full skill ;

!'wounds-both physical and the and speed."We x'

How rapidly times change. ,psychological ones resulting should be better offensively -

A week ago Florida1 Gaton were a team that had won ;from their upset by Georgia. by the FSU game," Graves ,

five of aix football games losing only to undefeaed and 'I said. "We had ta simplify our
With date
highly ranked (and now 1964 Southeastern Conference champion an open Saturday, offense the past two games because -
) Alabama. Coach Ray Graves planned no of Injuries and other fac .

Today !the Gators are a team that has lost two of their practice today and only light tors. I knew our defense would 1 ''
work before mid-week. .
last three games and didn't look good winning the one they have to win It or we wquld lose." !

won.That's Halfbacks Jack Harper and Defense Overtaxed ; ). "I.' : t tVY
the picture In a nutshell. Alan Poe ahould return to action Graves '
pointed out that the defense / 't
Let's be honest, however. In the next game, against stopped two of Georgia's
The Florida football team that lost to Georgia last Satur.day Florida State at Tallahassee four' 't
scoring opportunities-fore-
was not the Florida football team that won from South Nov. 21.John ,
Ing a fumble and
Intercepting apass.
ern Methodist, Mississippi State, Mississippi and South Carolina. tendat, Nev. 9. 1964 0a 9 ,
Feiber, Don Knapp and r/1, .

The Injuries started In the romp over the Gamecocks. Marquis Baeizler-backs slowed "But the defense was overworked i (

And It hat been Just a matter of time until the weight overtaxed," h* said. :

of them caused the Gatora' hopes and dreams to topple. "Georgia had the ball 40 plays I I ..
That they did last Saturday in the Gator, Bowl at Jacksonville 10 our 11 because of the mis \f.' I"
IrishlIn Tiderl ,
with Georgia doing the honors. takes." rJlN5?lf< 1 -j'

I'll be quite frank about it With all due respect to young .12' ,I I ,i ,
gridders, Iwasnt "This Is a good team, with _"
Coach Vince Dooley and the hard-trying Bulldog \ I < .
hard running backs and a hard: r t. :"l q ;
:blocking line. It la tough to dis \ ..___

Bo" Talk courage," Graves said. //crc's Good News

Looking back on Florida's
field goal attempt late In the Preston Heeler left, shows Don Large, center, telegram Informing the local

By WILL GRIMSLEY burgh and won by the margin first half, the Gator coach said youth that he ha* won regional Funt-Paas-Klck championship and will go to
Associated Press Sports Writer of Joe Azzaro's 30-yard field''he called the play and, of course Washington' on Now 29, for national final At right U Gainesville Boys Club

Ma I goal In the second period IMS ,would like to change It now since program director Charlie Dobha. Keeter l Is field manager for local Ford agency, "
Notre Dame vs. Alabama Pitt was stopped at the Notre ,Jimmy Hall's kick was slightly Shaw & Keeter which co-nponwred IM'-K event along with Roys' Club (Sun

this Is beginning to look like the -Damn_m_ Id late _In. the game.. wide. I. photo by Eddie "Ivl"h... ). -.:._. ..
"'j" post-season bowl package, .
too impressed with what Georgia has ;for a football prize is Who's Penn State, beaten by Syracuse 'But it
jut the question : going was a percentagecall
its aide of the 50 all daylong completely crushed Ohio Florida shut Georgia out onpisses 'inner In Net Event .
team. I'd give Georgia the ball on to get ItSponsors?- ," Graves said. "It was I Tym 1
has State, limiting the Buckeyes to to Improve Its statisticsand
and dare It to score with the type offense fourth down and two yards to goIf .
to use this season of both the Orangeand five first downs and 61 yards. we had made the field goal perhaps Us third place nationally DELRAY BEACH (API) -/ris of West Palm Beach, M, ....

By the same token, I'd give South Carolina the ball as Sugar bowls are drooling It The Nittany Lions scored in and gone to the dressing room In pass defense. I Men's No. 1 seed Frank Froehlng Miss Tym whipped Connie Ball!

close-In and as many times as the Gators gave it to Georgia the mouth Just thinking about every period.Thirdranked. 10-0 it could have been a differ I Defensive ends Lynn Mat I III of Miami and women's of Daytona Beach, ..3, ....

and dare the UF to stop 'en. It can't be done. such a pairing but realize a lot Alabama won ent second half." thews and Barry Brown playedan I seed Alice Tym of Gainesville ,
of Intricate pieces first must befitted ta eighth straight game In beatIng excellent game, Craves op
Cues Was WrongThe make It Inning TD pointed out of the won their respective dlvlilons -
The Into the Jigsaw to eighth-rated Louisiana State as one bright See Page 11Important
bad ball that has possible. 17-9. Arkansas, No. 4, overpowered He cringed at the thought of spots. Another was the running Sunday In the fifth annual
of those games
Gators played one how Georgia scored the winning Af'nouncfmtntAbout .:;
of all-Southeastern Conference Florida Closed Tennis Touma-
since the Rice in the rain 21-0. Nebraska -
once a Your FuKjrt from
Florida trademark almost year
become a Dame and Ala
Both Notre touchdowns Bob Etter's five- back He In
Larry Dupree was
No.5, moved toward nent. DALE
school started playing.The their most I fourth down when he
bama face perhaps yard run
the best form he has shown this
combination of a poor UF game plus Georgia keen the Big Eight title by edging i CARNEGIE
critical tests this week. The was set to kick a field goal butouldn't season, Graves said.
which caused so much switching !Kansas 14.7.Sixthranked. Froehllng defeated Billy Har
desire to win, the injuries
Irish are host to a rebounding because the snap
the UF attack (and likely led to some of the I Texas, beaten -
around in Michigan State team which center eluded the holder, Barry
fumbles, too) and. one other little item helped bring about hasn't lost to the South BendersIn only by Arkansas rallied on a Wilson.
the calamity. late Marvin Krlstynik pass for '[ ;
before halftlme. The Gs- 10 years. Alabama goes It was the first touchdown the
I refer to the Held goal try just and bitter rival ,20-14 triumph over Baylor.
ton led, ", had fourth down and a short two yards to goat against Georgia a Tech tough, at Atlanta.If Georgia Tech, No. 7, lost to 14 -pound Etter, a sophomore 1Qe

the Georgia eight :Tennessee 2214. Florida. No. 9, kicking specialist, ever scored
Coach Ray Graves made the percentage call, went for the two survive, they might ell before Georgia 14-7 and In high school or college. eY

three and Jimmy Hall's effort missed. well finish 1-2 In the nations Purdue No. ID, bowed to Michigan "Our fumbles killed us,"

The personal belief is that the Galore were surging the first on standings. Notre Dame sources [ State, a team whose hopes ,Gravel ssld. "But when they S

momentum at the time. Momentum generated by have indicated the Irish mlgh It had wrecked on numerous rumbled it turned Into a touchdown -
score plus a key Georgia fumble of a UF punt that gave anti- "
abandon their longtime occasions 21.17.Cacti. .
the Galore field position for the drive that was now fourth bowl policy If a national title Sews c4a4ic

down at the Bulldoll' elllhL situation came about. s
Georgia had shown no signs of being able to contain Floridato
this point. The Gaines had slowed themselves by penalties Glamor Games Biletnikoft

busted signals, what have you. The Orange and Sugar bowl I Wheel Balance
As the writers figured it later, If the Galon went for the apparently are the only one
first down and made U; they would score, lead 14-4 at half-
with a chance of landing ilamor :
time. If they missed It, Georgia was en ita ewe seven *f game. They have m Play This Week?

eight, would lot be able to get out, might pant tn third strings, whereas both the ROM and Brake Adjustment
dawB and Florida would have another chance to get back
and Cotton bowls are bound by
deep enough for a try for three ore score. commitments.Notre TALLAHASSEE (AP) Th e er- speclally the key onesIn I
I'm not going to press the point, though. Graves and his conference big football question facing Floi\ the game and rarln to go.
staff guessed correctly In the past against Georgia Tech, Dame and Alabamasaw Ida State University this weel k Biletnlkoff's absence from the $

LSU, Auburn, Penn State, etc. They've guessed wrong this their hopes for a national concerns Fred Biletnikoff, I I Houston game was sorely felt.
year against Alabama and Georgia. These things tend to title strengthened Saturday sticky fingered recelvel r Some folks believed the pssslng 99

balance off. when second-ranked Ohio State and ground gainer, and his I combination o f quarterbacl
absorbed a staggering 27- beating bone.Biletnikoft .
Steve Tensl and Biletnlkof
LcCs Be Realistic the hands of Penn State
I at could have
In thi. pulled out of the 1J-
You see, I'm realist enough to know and admit that the a team that had lost four Tech was Dim; 13 tie. .

Gators had a few horseshoes around the night they beat Mississippi games I Virginia game t Peterson used Blletaikoff ANY
!State In Jackson and the afternoon they won here from. Four other members of the games ago-Tech won 17.11-bu1 t We balance your w. adjust nraW
Top Ten Georgia Tech. Lout- played In the next two garnet, against Houston for only one front wheels to) add fluid if
the time the Houston play, fearing that his Injury maximum CAR IWMMI and inspect
If garni
I'm also realist enough to know and admit that the weight alana State, Florida and Purdue I
rolled around last Saturday, th e! might become more aerlous.If tire mllMge, ".tII." lining and drums.
of the killer schedule, even though the Gators won early -also lost, nurowlng the list of '
has been taking Its toll In hurt players. It figured to do championship candidates and charley horse In his upper right he did get hurt again," he Included

that even if the Galore had been losing an along instead hot bowl prospects. thigh was throbbing and stiff, aid, "He would be out of other Ask about FirestoneUNI.CHARGE..no
of winning. Only five major teams were H. couldn't play football. .;ames."

Last week at the Gainesville Quarterback Club meeting, line len with unbeaten and untied The big question Is will Mid FSU to favored this week Low money Prompt
coach Gene Elleaioa phrased It perfectly. He said the Gatora records. Besides Notre Dame over North Carolina State, but
ikoff be able I to play Saturday
Jail wanted I* get eat of the Georgia fame alive, with a and Alabama, these Include Arkansas against North Carolina StataT he'game may prove exciting Low down ..take months to Courteous

ene-polat win, keep people healthy, lake the week's rest and Nebraska and Princeton. And will Biletnikoff be able to For one thing, North Carolina on all merchandise
be ready for Florida State on Nov. 21. pay
has quarterback who
lay the following Saturday a pssslng Cost Service
The Gators didn't get out of the Georgia alive,
game against FSlTs traditional itvat rolls up the yardage., With i and CAR SERVICE I
Close Can
they didn't win by a point, they didn't keep people healthy.
strong right arm and an aecursee -
But I'vi a hunch they'll realize the last two portions of the The !lop-ranked Fighting Irian the University of FIorld.1For
prescription. They'll take the week's rest and they'll be ready 7-point favorites, had a close that game, FSU Coach eye, quarterback Ron Skoe-
hits his
for FSU en NOT. 21. This Is still a pretty fair football team. call against big, powerful Pitts- ,Bill Peterson wants every playStarkeLake alarming1regularity.receiver. with

Although North Carolina lost
to Virginia Tech the same DELCOBATTERIES

City Tigers-Rebels Tech that defeated FSU M-ll,

the statistics showed a powerful

attack. North Carolina rolledup
If your lattery la 24 monthe old) it can FAB
yards passing and Ut
Games in Area Football Spotlight WITHOUT wasteland Don't take a chine
rushing to make U first downs.kosnlk j Replace it now at our low. low prices.
completed seven ef his

.-. ....... 12 passes for those 111 ,ard.. .i $
Starke goes to Lake City in a geroua Santa Fe Rebels, who River at Newberry, Branford at Hc 1
battle of Class A unbeaten and and Crescent City at C", .... .... $1895willi 1
have won six games and Jolt :Trenton -... .". iiiNinlI0 ... I
Lake Butler hosts Santa Fe to only two. Keystone Heights. .. .,. 555 Oh ..05.5wcn. Coral Gables ..... ..

highlight the area's football Lake Butler clinched the I Lincoln which dropped a second ,_... I ... MOST e.VOLT MOST 12-VOL
games Friday night Suwannee Conhference Northern straight heartbreaker last "wr. -595 -

Stark will put its I 1 Division title last Friday night week Journeys to Orlando fora a. 1 I'y M..nw Slate's No. 1
record on the line against Lake with a 8 7 win over Jennings game with Jones High. lan.wsea.... -
City's S I. 2 mark. The game Santa Fe la tied for the lead bi In overland Conference action. 1 Ma. MIAMI (AP) Coral Cables
=:. .:: n : ::
is of ultra Importance in th e the Keystone Conference. Melrose goes to Cedar Key :,-. '- : High School's He football record ANY SIZE Firestone

Florida Star Conference where In an Important battle In the and Hawthorne visit Branson. '"" ""-... .S 1'-I this seams has eoniributed'greatly 'til\\, I t
Starke currently la the leader Suwannee Southern Division! The latter game will involve the :_-c- "'- I' to placing It ta first WHtttWALLS Do Luxo Champion

and Lake City Is second. Witliston travels to North Mart loop JelL The Hornets are M P- 55W Cis4w.'ow "y si I place tn the Miami Herald's aBIAC> AtU Retreads

Starke's tie was a I I battle,on. and the Eagles H. I r:(.. : :1 state standings.

with Palatka. and Lake City'I Powerful Cross City: winnerof Gainesville enjoys an open : Mi I The school gleaned 111 points \\ W

fought Palatka to a ( I draw' seven games and a U*, tests dale before going to Ocala the :n.Ma ., 554 z for the lead position ever second \
CJ .... ..
last weekend. K ,* \. |
Mayo at home. following week. '- place Miami High with lit points

Lake Butler risks Its M record I Other lop games will find .... "....... 1=: 'CM w Svw l M -mrUM .. K Vvtt I I and a Ill record. 4 % 4949Plus

against the big and dan-. Jennings at C efland. Crystal Co U. ""':. L 9 H ,.... .. ... -. I with la points and a 7.e showIng. .
... i ; F .
GWv0i1.. '- M 5j Us t4 4 reeVta Ore If size en talc
a.- ,_ C.0 rev Clearwater was fourth with seme yew
Bowling Standings -' .tPMrC ",, '=:r.:..cac. :'""-., U7 points and a 7... record
w ...c.-It-, ,e.-. M ,- while RobhtuM/
H ,_ .. M 5.50.0 a".M,. Tampa 114.came ,
L..brr t- ,_ .. c_ ew.0wr0 ta fifth with in.
.x. I ,
'Mn '' .
cc. I M -
Y Y__ Me. .I 51 ilL e.YL a .M 1 a e ....\ HIaleah was sixth at H and
Me. I
Y_ Me. 1 ,1... _4vw c.-.4o W0..tr.. a _' 55 a's. followed by Miami Nor.
... I so _I_ a r.r.. a. ta*. p* e.. i. now,-0 'I .1'. '_' I Cocoa in FSL land. 114. M; Lake Wales Ut
;= :: leo :, es1PMwl.CLA-.L ,,_ I.l .'. IL ,_ I 1 fv
it 71. West Palm Beech. Forest
.. MrOT V AlMta* i SOC
Y ::
N st..4 =. : /
see TAMPA (AP) Cone won Hills. 144. it, and Tampa HtBsborough -
"soa... cnr..a.u WI =:.--- .:.:.:., -J Sunday h a battle with RoO,. M-l. It.
all err., as tM : : :,)rood to get Lakeland Florida The second It of the loptowtd 21 "
I .e" -.1 !
W L se. as ane. _. iii .a Mate UagM baseball franchise : Fort Lauderdale High. v where your dollar buys MILES more

::c-- ... ;: y hr.s .0... I LaW."r-.O.r. an II Idn. 4 = .. ... .. q:1 S : The FSU as weekend paneling -43. Orlande Colonial. 41. JarkannviBe .
.. .. I. 'c"I: here, approved the Thin Lee. XT Ptntaola High
.: = :: ::1 ... w M ; .
sin.-, ,e. m so II .. a.w0. 00w' from'' LakcUnd to Cocoa after B. Jacksonville Pasts M.; Et-
- '- a ae .0* OmS let 1 9 son 304 W. UNIV. FR 6.7461
Minor .
- w r ewyw C .. II a 1..1 League A* ism and Wildwmt tied at 21Starke.
(a.n..r_ .... _P1'M" .. a.A'.v D. .....: 011 rMW. .... =- I no. :j_nrtami ruW (mat bylaws O: East Bay 21: and .
Para Pn.1 N a. le. M *00.0I a.- .. i c -II rtairi: M efeb could move tortttia Ps:stka, Cocoa and Miami FaI-

_.w tw_C..v nrno. M.w II Sse4.. .0.0te.e. w '::.. : : : :.5'" M mOn ef another. ,metro tied at U.


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l/ Bart Starr Runs, Packers Gain Victory If:cifBy BIG

Workinger I
MURRAY CHASS 24 for their eighth straight vie-1 j tarr not yet about to dialenge scored.. Three field goals by Lo I son. Les Josephson set up the
69 Rated A Associated Press Sports Writ, tory and opened up a 2'aame I II Jimmy Brown explained Michaels followed a two-yard l Rams' first score with a 73-yard' ORANGE
"Sometimes you Just keep I lead over the Lions and the Los II | : touchdown smash by Lenny. run to the Eagle 1. I

Bowling Vet trying to get better vision and I Angeles Rams. "When they put that much I Moore. That score gave Moors, NATIONAL POOTIALL LSACUI
you take a step and there it 1s- Win Streak I pressure on you you have to I an NFL record of 12 consecutive 5..111, CIe1NNK.w I
Pd. PK. rI4i
a wide-open field ahead. The Packers' latest un. I was scared to death. games In which he has scored a Clww P 1 r .011 inB4 I ISI.
Bart Starr ol victory Lull, e e 1 .." nsIM
{ Quarterback enabled them to put together 1 rVe're not out there to run, but touchdown. 0'1111 A A 1 .... ItlMO
IY JACK HARRIS 1' t Green Bay was talking about I hose things happen." Cleveland's Jim Brown recorded 'hll.. A a e ... 171
their first two-game winning W-a, a I ::777
": his rare running which helped streak of the season.Starr' In other games Cleveland his 100th touchdown and I".b'.h .1 I a .331 ,1.1 all [LJ?
Cal Worklnger, 89 years young, started his bowling care. the Packers to a 30-7 victory passed for another as the IIow York I o I LIt: 151 117Wn'I'
lumped Washington 34-24, SL .._.
four years ago via Jim Bockler. Cal is retired from the UF, over Detroit Sunday.But running, an unusual xiuis outlasted Pittsburgh 3430, Browns maintained their two- W C.L t ..... PK 0' [
'?preslntly makes gadgets for the Penn Chem Research Co. Starr could just as easily sight, had something to do with game lead in the Eastern Con lull e 1 I ..M Ilf 151
allas dumped New York a a
31-21 DMroltLM 1 .11 Ur Ian
Worklnger hails from Maryland or the South in general He i have been referring to what the the triumph. The veteran passer ference. Sonny Jurgesen tossed ...... a a I .111 m HSMinh
was reared from a family that, was In the Confederate Army.. Packers' triumph might have picked apart the league's toughest 0-10 M Angeles and Minnesota got by Philadelphia bounced three scoring passes for Wash Ors.. a.y a A 4 A I e ..ase.1.1t 111 114 100 151N
He was at \the VF for 18 year I given the Baltimore Colts In line for 40 yards In three ington two to Bobby Mitchell tin P,... I P e .122 151 54
where ha worked with the a r the first local bowler to c o n-. the National Football League's carries. Two of those dashes .ian Francisco 247. Los Angeles moved into a cnicigoS4ltlmor. a. d.n'.I s.a r e .331 lla sat

:chltect and design departmen t.: vert the 7 10 split In either, Western Conference a wide helped Crenn Bay to a touch- Fait Start second-place tie with the LionsIn 40, CMcw I.O.t. .
From I95M1 he was In th e bowling associations. But I 1\\; open field ahead. down the first time it had the The Colts, who mauled the the west by holding Philadel- .. .11.,/ II.M., Oftr.lt York nOrwn 1 @

!:Chemlitry Research Department ,. looks like Billy Johnson convert.. The Colts crushed the defending ball.Asked I Sears 52-0 earlier in the season, phia to one touchdownKing Ln,. A",..,",10 Phl1daph/' / lea
' but Ills field Is work! r ed this spilt last year and Charlotte champion Chicago Bears 40- about his running, t allied 18 points before Chicago Hill's 24-yard pass to Ollle Mat- looll. M 14, FIHiburon l'n Pr... MWlnrWMl. r
:with electrical devices. George In the AJBC Junior Clwaand >r W.hlnaton: 7f
. .... .< IwMivi (MUM
Cal presently bowls wit 1 I h league converted It three Chlcm .t LM "..."f
'Central Florida Tile In th I I.Jwl e years ago. SUB QUARTERBACKS STAR 0'Dttroll_ 'it.y Cltv M, tin>l"K PrntclK
League. He has had a big| h Doris Thames coach of the Miimioi' ., lntlnoriXn .
same of 224 with a {:32 set AJBC senior bowlers, says she '.11.>..v04.''''''.M il II.DIIIM LMIII
-items that l, usually roll on ty needs some more senior bow Bills Make It Nine Wins in Row W.! .hlnalon, II PIhtburak. (S)

:one good game out of th e I ers.S..
,three. A. "Tiny" Scales glvln I gE ACCUSED OF

Ha feels like the only thinJ3hat I Palm Lanes sn assist behind the By DICK COUCH balled out Hadl and the Chargers despite another clutch perform the East with a 6-2-1 record and MURDERSpanish

he has done) worth while 1.1 I control counter. tssoclaleif Preen Sports WriterIs Sunday with a second-hall'ance. : New York Is third at 4-3-1. Moti, enemy of nut

-' converting some of the toughe. Don't foreget the annual Turkey Tobin Rote a premier passing barrage that overhauled Lamonica came off the bench Another sub quarterback, and ornamtnial trm, It again
::splits such as the 87.10 and 8-7,, Shoot sponsored by both starting quarterback for 15 stubborn Denver 3120. and directed the Bills to their Kansas City rookie Pete Beath- accuxd of being Instrumtntal
. he bowls for the fun d I the men and women city asso ard made his debut In th. hath of tr s. Protect
Since anIT pro-I season
to ,...
essional trying TF
seasons The 38-year-old veteran of ninth straight triumph a 20.7 t from thus' killir.
fellowship of the sport, he I.contributing I ciation. The shoot will be held stage Daryle Lamonica three American decision New York Sunday In the Chiefs' 42-7 romp colt FR 6-2661 for fret In.
young pro leagues uphill over ,
:-. more to the sport: the week of Nov. 15. 21. It over Oakland. After starter ten iptjctlon and estimate.5LOeIDA .
League super-sub? I National and Canadian fired before a record AFL crowd of
_ then he realize. a tourname n t. Dawson had riddled the Raiders
The Rote who lost his( San Diego two touchdown passes in the 60,300 paid at Shea Stadium. It
high handicap bowlers has .
r with four touchdown
He used to coach a boys soft passes, .earONTlOI
the most to gain, a 10. 12 starting job four weeks ago to second half carrying the Chargers was the sixth time this season
: .ban team many years ago I John Hadl, to their sixth straight victo that the Bills only unbeaten Beathard came on, ran for 48
I pound turkey. To enter the three-yes pro pro --
< -along with a women's softball yards in two carries and then
shoot costs 25 cents per bowler. club, had come from behind to I 20 N.W. 16,11 A.,., PR .2641i'
:::club He taught CI's electricity,. ry.The threw his tint pass. It was In- -
and Is proud of the honorar One turkey will be given for comeback route almost win with the 23-year-old Notre tercepted.The I
:.:.'doctor'. degree he has from every six entries. Celtics Now had become the private domainof Dame alumnus in command. runaway victory pulledthe [ID

J.he} UF. He claims that he has JoAnn Block Just received an Lamonica, Buffalo's sophomore Lamanica passed 80 yards to Chiefs even for the year at

. .more degrees than anyone has award from the WIBC for an all 10-0 in NBA signal-caller but the Bills' Glenn Bass for a touchdown and 441. They trail defe n din I g \"
: 'h'r had from the UF. spare game. Congratulations,; relief pitcher had to settle fora set up two Field goals by Pete champion San Diego t-2-1, In 0'

* Good luck In your future bowIng !. JA nn.The By THE!: ASSOCIATED PRESS standoff with Rote Sunday Goglak, enabling the Bills to the Western Division race. i
Cal. Gainesville men and AMSRICAN POOTIALl IIAOUISMtWH hold their 2ttgame Eastern t"
: women city associations Mixed The Boston Celtics' cham- DIV"l..
Division lead while
Doubles hasn't been derailed w..o, virtually I See Page 11
tournament shall lonshlp express -
r e-
Infill"1. e a I lea in 133 killing the Jets' title chances. &
:- Youngster turn to the bowling scene this yet and with 10 straight (Mtmvorti o I 1 .n* in if? The Boaton Patriots, who I Important AnnouncemtntAbout ,
11 1 1 I .n in tat nipped Your Future From
year More information will be victories It's headed straight
Houilm a 1 a m it? i4i
Ladles: take look I ... Houston 25-24 Friday night on DALE
a big given at a later date. for Recordvllle. Witrim Ov"
W L T Pd. I'll, 0' Gino Cappelletti's last second I MORE PEP FOR
Donna Broadwell, an 11 year. Frank Palka and Barry Bie-( The Celtics won their ninth .... 011190 e I 10", 1NC. CARNEGIE
old AJBC Bantam bowler Is aup bel were challenged for the and 10th the weekend andre ... City A 4 I .see 111 1M 42-yard field goal, are second In
over 0._"..' 1 1 1 111 111 Ml PROMPT STARTS
and coming threat to all King of the Hill Jackpot. now just five shy of the 0.....' e 111 lit 114fulfil.

.present and future women bowl Frank and Barry fell Into a record for consecutive victories a..,... I" H.'rI'1...... .au.wta.
lane full of .....,. N.w5ta Motor Tune-up, battery
quicksand. They had at the start of the sesson. The
,. [
ers.Donna has been bowling for 15 splits and three washouts. mark Is 15 set by Washington in City M Nnr.,. OMlMtf Vortl tKtKtn T check and recharge here
Tinly three years and already Shll Cagle and Elmer Broad- 1948. SKI DlMO' .II,t. Itntfirl Dtnvtr NN ems i ARDEN STREIT mean your car's ready to
she has national recognition by; I well are the new champs. (King Cincinnati, struggling along I..,M II airHM.Houilon go when you Orel!

placing 28th in the AJBC sin of the Hill) without Oscar Robertson, was In* York it It Ortiinil.D.' ...; I
S., eitoa' ., K...... City 6b
last In her division
year I the Celtics' latest victim 106-103: I MOTORS INC.IS .
She has six other trophies to High Scores Sunday but the Royals threw I W. right

her credit and modestly admits quite a scare into the Celts before ,
that five of them are Nigh Scores: P. A. Lee, Bud- going down. II WEGOTSO N.W. 16th Aye. corl [
first place league chimp I Ion. D.,;
welser toppled the pins for a Boston held a 24-polnt margin
and the other is for w.ong.1!
good ships! conduct. one setting 114 series. Frank after three periods but Jerry I IS MOVINGTO
alka, Bank of Hawthorne, had Lucas, who had 37 points and 28
::111" Broadwell bowls In the a 592 Barry Biebel Wombles rebounds, and Bud Olsen who BIG

n'11.Crown. League, has had Standard Oil, had a 583. scored all 15 of his points in the A
-- i game of 186 and a highfiei Alice Resch and Betty Olson final period triggered a Royal 'CAUSE WE LOCATION SOON! .SAVE. Rikwlft HERE< .". "-.*,
of 451. She rolls a 12 clobbered the maples for 560 rally that nearly pulled It out CHARGE SO LITTLE Starter, f..1! ,."' ,.. MEANSNATIONWIDE
mnd ball\ with a slight hook. cries. Dottle Davis rolled a Tom Helnsohn saved the Celts MUST REDUCE W.,.. f.m". Clutck Dim ,
ija largest string.air strike I .554 third .best effort;.,Dot Rob. with three vital free throws In C nnt m ear from t I ..i Prniure .,..
flat!! she has toppled fo.foSH U t. njon had a 525; Yvonne Soper the final minute to hold Cincinnati I mCONOCAft099 \ I i
Is secretary of her league had high game of 234. off. Sam Jones placed Boston /fOil INVENTORY!
:nit his high average of 130. High for the week in AJBC with 26 points and Tom Sanders ... ....... COLLEGE GRID
Mini splits converted by her bowling The seniors had Rsn-I added 19. -- No Reasonable Offer RefusedWt ImIIII COVERAGEAMERICAN
'aE the 4-6, 8-7. 6710. Beware, dall? Beggs leading with t B3S On the West Coast the San OH InxirMct All Include -
Hljs! Donna is after you Marl Juniors were proud of K s ran ,Francisco Warriors took a 70-55 NO DROP CH.ARGITO Hove Can With No Down Payments F.E lAKE /IOJUSTMMT
on Ladewl,. tfcElwaln's 502 and the halftime lead and went on to a JAX AIRPORTPhone a. ",.", .t ,.... 'S1up"",., "'-' .
I am's Bobby Kuetert 525 Ban-I 130.121 triumph over the New/ FR '-11544omci PHONI 11).149'
AT MANOR MOTIL 1314 .. u... It. GtinMvill.. Fl.
flew Manager 1 high. York Knlcki. I AND
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mew 'Palm Lanes manager,, NATIONAL PRO

_ph Quattrochl had. getIllvainted LEAGUE STOWS
session with all InteP..ted -

persons last night

4 attro (short version) has .

Mf four years experience as
tmnager of two lanes In Geor-
Ind came to us from the SCHOOL
l3onvllle Lanea. COVERAGE by


Pin flints GLENN UNIT

_Bowling hints from Jack: If
lanes "run" crouch. A. a bowler MARC WEINSTEINDON

regardless of your average, DAVIS
you are sooner or later going to
44 yourself on an alley that BRUCE DUDLEY

man." The ball Breaks faster. JAMES RUSSELL
41ftt hook gets wider without
:Titf effort on your part.

2311s: calls for a slight butnetjsssry
and important .
:SUQige In technique. A longerjrttow
through with the arm
S-requlred. The wrist remainsZod"lad MAC WINE-GUN
and the thumb Is Ins CAMERA SERIES

fcOTd forward position. CLOSE-UP PHOTOS

ZTa get the proper reaching 6yEDDIE
position, be sure to finish low at
the foul line. DAVIS

If the body finishes In a natural TOMMY LEWIS
and relaxed crouch arm

lift la a matter of course and .
the -- -- ---- I
JLjerves important purpose **pen Je*
nf making the hook delivery co- '

operate with the run of the alleyjplTaad 3I66t11L ',. CANDID COMMENTS
of fighting It. r.

E. NoletJowlers AND PLAYERS

Notes and antics: *

Detraction time I said reUly jJ.J1IrL. .
; that Jim Trogden was


TKY Harriers by
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P.K. Here are three kinds of tigers. We sell two.Have LARRY IINNY WOODS CASON
Yonge won a cross country

meet from Florida High, 15-41, ( you priced a tiger lately?) I
as Jody Munden finished first In
11:$1 for the two and onequarter The quick ones are ours. The agile ones. Then t Pontiac le Mans, top left Fierce. You can get it with 250 hp I like most people. Or 285 hp the

mile run. some That's a Pontiac GTO, above Ferocious. Comes complete with 33S-hp Trophy V-8. Bucket seats. Hurst flOOt shlfter. Dual exhausts. Heavy. un* (gafntsuiUe

Bill Hiers of PKY was second duty springs. Redline\ Siren Even a real walnut dash. The whole package Lithe. Lean. Nimble. That other tiger A puttied cat. He checked QOiCie I e-nck TIgers

Jimmy White Florida 1 out a "sporty" kind of car !learned It doesn't come with fangs it that stripped,down price. You look around. You'll,., Pontiac La Mans & 6TO.W

High, third; and Ronnie Koru seal TNI "NW' eONNtVIUt. STA Oil If. 81tA"0 PAIN, CATALINA II MANS. eTO AND TlMPtST AT TOUR AUTMORiaO OtALIH.. Sim

PKY, fourth.

The Blue Wave will<" meet t ;j t\ t

Starke Wednesday in a meet TROPICAL PONTIAC, INC. ORDER
over the University of
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I Burns No 'Sure Thing' in 1966 ::1 / SEE By .

By ALLEN MORRIS road blocks in the path of the i so great as it once was, the telling effect when he ran fora The results was that Burns I I

' TALLAHASSEE Even !Burns bandwagon now are beginning 0 Governor still has the abilityto full four year term in 1956, wound up promising to repealor :

while the ballots were being to take shape, obstacles do many things for many after serving two years of the reduce more taxes than

counted. politicians began reappraising that will require the most t people without committing any term of the late Governor Dan any winning gubernatorial candidate the suN

Governor elects I handling to overcome. impropriety I McCarty. in this writer memo- .

Haydon Burns' chances of winning Looking at the advantage al t I Recipients of gubernatoriali But in spite of all these favorable -ry. H. Is pledged to repeal: II :: II

a full four-year term two first there are several factors I patronage either d u rIng' elements, political real. both the intangible tax and the I GENERAL HOSPITAL Erwin, Ernest Ashley, C b arle C005tOItI DwellS's, 015.000. ,.

years hence.Fortl that give Burns as they'r.Burns,. first year In office and' Ists agree Burns will need a inventory tax and to cut the V No,. S. 19M Mace, Mrs. Jennie Benton, all truct Coy 705.5.DwHllno.,3725 111: .000.NW lilt AvL.'too-,.

When ] would any incumbent a head I I hoped-for in a second term, vigorous, skilled campaign to automobile license tax back to V BIRTHS: of Gainesville; Mrs. Ruth C., Thomoo 1741 NW Hit Avo.:.,tontruct -
da Dwotllng, 111,000.
voters first I CrackerplaO start over any potential opponent -provide an excellent nucleus ,be sure of winning two years pre-1963 levels. Mr. & Mrs. John Spans, 2710 Beach, Trenton; Mrs. Laverne Coy ,_.. tni NW lilt ,..,'''C1IIIo

appr o v e d shift the : of interested campaign workers -'from now. I Since he also is unequivocally -NE 12th St., a son: Mr. & Mrs Colson. Trenton; Mr. Eldrldge itruct R. C.Dwolllno'.._, 111 IMt.ON NW. Illtl ....". Ad-

the iub to i i n aPolitic. 1. Unquestionably. the big.V and-or contributors These realists point out that pledged against a sales Robert Geraci. 212 SE 12th SL, Lee, Alachua; Mrs. Wanda dIll McKlnnoy-anon,. to Dwolllno,, IM 11._NW till St, too

gest single advantage Burns I 3. Many key supporters of f invariably there are subs n. tax on groceries and medicines a son: Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Jack- Avery Mcintosh; Rufus Wash- polr OwollHio.. WO* -

tonal electionto has Is the daily exposure he'defeated candidates In this tlal numbers of people who do and since operation of son, 318 NW 4th Ave., a son; ington, Trenton; Mrs. Helen I Rooolr Wilt -Klrkoolrlcli." '.... MMCoy ON. NI IJIH'Avo.,

offPresidential and_ _ will receive by reason of hisoffice. 'year's. first primary switched not receive the rewards from the State government will re- Mr. & Mrs. Harvey M. Cross, Hunt, Hawthorne; Mrs. Do vie bogS T Dwolllno._... 1'U II]Ml NW tm Avfu (sic

years For this exposure to be i to Burns during the second prt-a winning candidate they feel quirt substantially more money Rt. 3, Box 185 B, a son: Mr. Baggett, Talatka: Ralph Be-, *. J. Wllllornt, on NIV Mr AMw ..-

provided! the Governor elected a total advantage, Burns must t: mary campaign. Should one or they deserve. These people In the next biennium than 4 Mrs. Donald McDowell 2216 vllle, Alachua; Mr. Earl Novlnger. -, pal Owolllni kUILPIN II.00k, PIRMITI ...

for two-year term would be eligible manage that office well. more of these defeated candidates -often turn Into the bitterest In the current two years, the NE 9th Terr., a son: Mr. Si Reddlck; Mrs. Sallie Man- County *

to succeed himself it was The public will see his namein i run again In '66, as now kind of political enemies and dilemma he faces when the Mrs. Hector Millan, 1231 SW'gum, Archer stool Roy e 5111.. loll NW ottn H.. Co...
Bwolllni tit lot
that the
generally j, print, hear his voice on radio V appears highly likely, they may can form the nucleus of the Legislature convenes next 4th Ave, a daughter; Mr. & DISCHARGED: .onold Loon IIM II Hot .,.,' In.

man. chosen In 64 would be a or view him on televisionalmost I find it difficult to reclaim these opposition In the same way the April will require the utmost Mrs. Edward McCray, SIll SE I Mrs. Jo Ann Cobb and baby .Niw ttucioy Ciroort.. ..ond o y o Add y ....."'._,. RoMtwoUono. 1'1.ono

lead' pipe cinch to win again in', daily. To receive any.. ers'while! followers if they havei beneficiaries of an administration -skill to solve. If he can come 8th St, a son. boy Molly Push. McKendree II.Mt.Ituckiyt.. .torHon B-tlM, RtldlWokni. .-

66. thing like similar exposure, his I been made to feel fairly make up the core of Its up with a reasonably palatable ADMITTED Tucker, Mary Home and baby .. IIJK.HVK -

That's why some political rivals must spend literally hundreds fortable in the Burns com.1 political supportHowever tax formula, he well may Joan Elii. Booth, Mrs. Grace boy, LeAnna Burgln, Mrs. Iva .>.50,050CS4NI i, tocllon VII ,., R 0 0 4 tWoIlgnt.

figures who knew they wouldbe of thousands of dollars. 4. Burns can claim with the biggest hazard be in clover. I' A. Geraci Robert T Cheatham, Mae Jackson and baby boy, I RtiloMKo Whltnoy,, 11'Hit._NW Wtl. Ttronilruct <

drawing from the same The fact that Burns inevitably rilderable justification that of all developed as a result of On the other hand if h* has Peggy Y. Parker Iva Mae Roy Thunqukt Carolyn Cribbs, I. I. Illtolt Ao. CO. oKtlm..*...

philosophical pool of votes, will be better known than ll long'!fiscal made the misfortune to be closely J. W. Bradshaw RaodlWo IIM: I'M. ,
any years simply not promises by several Jackson Marilyn McD 0 well, Frieda Sand. *", L, OroHb ItM II lilt DId X.vitruct

like Senator John E. Mathews opponent would be importantIn t enough for a Governor to complete of the candidates duringthe Identified with a highly unpopular Elaine Cross, Antonia M11 I I Ian, tin, Mary Crosier. I. L. .Go..'..'.Itio MOO|R*WIN DrlvoCon. .j.. -

Jacksonville- and Representative any election. In the apathetic his program and that he primaries. Some seemed to tax Just as he begins Peggy Davenport Joyce Ann .1t..1 .._ M.IUk. .

Fred B. Karl of Daytona atmosphere likely to prevail 1 needs the additional four feel that If one of the ill 1 his re. election campaign BoIler, Carolyn U Cribbs, Janice POLICE, FIRE REPORT Illtl._.<150 .Co.Cmtrurt of Oolnowlllo.Rnhwnro,Hit III000.NW:

Beach, Insisted on run- in an off-year campaign It t years to finish the job. Former promised to repeal or reducea many of the political advantages Pogue, Marie Parrish, Lo- Accident Roundup .,.*.,. '*11.-. Norvoy,. $17,004.SIll NW im II. C..t-

ning this year instead of wait- could be overwhelming. Governor LeRoy Collins given tax it was necessary he now possesses would be ,Tee Byrd, Alberta Tlllman, all Involved In accidents reported -

ing to give themselves more 2. Although the_ power Is not t made just such an appeal with to follow suit or lose votes. reduced In value. of Gainesville; Glcnda B. Was- by Gainesville police and
time to build organizations. -- ---- -- the Alachua '
din, Waldo; Mable Mlms, Archer County aherlff's office THRU

Each might have been willing Smoley Say.nI4ONTtREY ; Mary F. Cray, Archer; during the past M hours HELD TUfSDAY

to wait the normal four years 'Profiles in CourageHas Gi'aiidnioni1IO1)S Alma LN McRae Palalta.DISC1URGEOI were:
but each apparently assumed cYPRESS Manuel Reese. (K SE 13th

that victory this year would ON'aiMIll; WI 050001? SI., parked, andNathanlsl I SEAT OVER
Hune Hardln Mrs. Alice Waters THI WEEK END '
give an Incumbent insurmountable Ocean and daughter Joel M. Dukes, Rt. I Box M, Micannpy

advantages in '66. And Sanders, Mrs. Virginia, 11111 and 7:44: pm. Sunday, NW TibAve. It's a Real Funny

six years Just seemed too long Excellent Start and 7th St. '
daughter Mr. Fred Seville, Eddie '' .
: to. wait/ To Calm Tot Puckett, Mrs. Helen Lewis Paul Herman H II d e brand, '(M<<< : \'

Events during and since the V V 3702 SW 19th St., and bonnie ,
\ and inn, Mrs. Jane Stevenson, BUT
the Kennedy tb
accruing -
May primaries have changed O I'rm fork JJlmr* Royalties will be donated to By GENE PLOWDEN Miss Julia Christian, Mrs. Edna ,Keith Lockett. 130 NE 7th Ave.,
the picture In some respects. NEW YORK The aeries of Larrlc Mrs. Carol Scot !I 'J.05 p.m. Sunday SW 13th St. Trig

Some of the advantages Governor filmed dramatizations based on a charitable cause, in accordance MIAMI (AP) Grandmother and son Mrs. Susan Welch and''and 1th Ave.Harper Btsr
.elect Burns will havein the late President Kennedy, with a policy established 1 made a transatlantic flight with I',[ton Mrs. Louern Sherwood and Roundtree, Rt 3 Bon
by the late president for the a book on baby care and a ,
1966 have become more ob book, "Profiles In Courage, Is V son, Reglnal Chess, Mrs. Roxle '178, and William Roger Fraser,

vious. On the other hand, some the season's most substant I a I V TV undertaking.The christening cake to soothe the I Dykes and son Charlie G r a- 1904 NE nth Ter, perked

and distinguished hour of thea- premier script on Under crying of her 10-day-old grand V ham, Irma Stone, Jim J. ]I 1:29: p m. Sunday In 2000 block 1.1. ;

NOTICI 0' soil ter. It succeeds entirely in its wood's decision to put principle Ion. V If NE 23rd Blvd. .
Noll" Is troly ."Io.O 'I'M "'" CITY Hod.e. ciiitii .
Of NAWTMOkfH Ift.ri lot....." Itt0 dual mission: to stand on Its above personal advantage was I "The plane couldn't get here Rollle Michael Lucius, (04NW

will following rocolvo HMCrtlw OIM *>r sIlo roll.oreh P l0OOI"Y.of Oil 11,1' 'IN TMI COUNTY JUDOR COURT own as excellent entertainmentand written by David Karp. He Cast enough, even at 6IM miles November 7, 1H4 ] lath Ave at 4 U a m. Sunday -

0.s. IY'"I' .5.4 50105 Coonty.00 11,0 City P10,140.SIH0oltOOltS ALACMUA COUNTY to capture In dramatic form caught the environment of the 'an hour," said Mrs. Eileen Con- BIRTHS: at NW 13th St. a n d 1Ave.

.ubloc' Ie lIly AlictOil uop.le" ,... 000.5.101 IN MACK*!: IllolO C. HILL Ot JR. history's exciting pertlnancy to smoke filled rooms at the con- ,roy attractive 49 year old Mr. and Mrs. W W. Booth, Lucius cited for carele I
said 'DIIOrty: --.. Rt 2. Box 241-A. a girl; Mr.
grandmother as got off the .
events. vention that record 103 driving
I. Lot U. 'I<<* :a. r-ocon Hoist NOTICI OP PILING PITITIOPINtk Pot ran a !
.. lot t. Hock t, Pools H.'".,." DISCNAkOI Sunday night's opening Installment ballots yet always preserved a plane from London early to- and Mrs. Donald McRae. Palat Rosemary Bryte Wells, 4010
J. N 71 II. of I ass CM. of S too II OP AOMINIITRATRIXT0 I ka :
Mr. and
otWllcts. 01 $5100401 110.lot. ALL WHOM 'T MAY CONCUN.Not" on the National Broadcasting central focus on the senator's a boy; Mrs. C. University Ave., and Ronald
20.1022a. U Mrooy klvon, thol 'VICTORA day.Her I land Gray Archer, a boy; Mr.
OnoJiolf, ten In NW CI?. of Mu PLOYS oo AommntrolrU ot tM Co.'s network enjoyed an al reslstcnce to the temptations ol daughter, Diane a pretty Harry DeFTees, SAE II 0 u ae. .
of N* t 4 oi K., DIM So* 502.Pat. I 11100 of MACK C. KILL .10. 405054. most uncanny timeliness. It was expediency. 21-year-old former beauty queen:and Mrs. William Davenport. University of Florida, 1122:
313. lot. 1If.1001I. .4 h.. fllM Mr ootlllon tor llnol :! NE 12th St. a girl Mr. and
.. Lof 4. hOok 11. 0,1.1.' $00Iltooti. 100110.: am HIll 540. will cwy to noHONORAILI The Oscar Jv. Underwood Blackmer In and swimmer In an aqua show ? ; p m. Saturday it 2800 NW 13SL
... H-0012. H N. MCDONALD. COvnly Sidney a quietly Mrs. Johnny !Pettrey Wllllslnn,
wIll So ,...... Story the story of the Alabama In her home town of Boumermouth
5004.4 bIds lot SlId pooooly Jobs ot AlKtiul' County. on effective portrayal of the senator
,oc.,..4 by..>. City C..I..'.. atII. OocomMr .. IM4 tor ooorovil ot IMMM senators determination to southern England wan,::a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Howell, I NW tlrd Loolt tvha1'going ;'
mMiini 'n tho MoioMl City Hell onf tor llnol flKMrgo oi AoMilrotrli 1ft. and Victor Jory, as the Wiidln, Waldo, a girl Mr. and
HHomtty. Oocomeor I"*. f* ,:* of IM Olllto Ol Mock C. Mill.Jr denounce the Ku Klux Klan at be- at Miami International Airport' Blvd., and Walter Leroy Holten, .
PM. Tho City, Ot Ho.lnorno will 0., campaign manager torn Mn. Hans Gebhard, ISIS NE onMontIty
docoooodVICTORIA the 1924 Democratic Convention to meet her. 71J NW 14th Ave., tM .m.
to MM nol oroportr or* FLOYD tween and IdealIsm p
worront (lilt pragmatism -
I Ith Terr Mr. and Mrs
.. for Mil of oko AOnilnlltrltrli ot tM hI.'. otMock. him a girl:
will not tumlin pov even though his action cost By her side stood John Davles, Saturday, Hawthorne Rd. and !
.troct to It's 0111000 ..Id.... 01000- C. Mill, J,., McomdRlehord had a succeuton of effective Jame Carnrr, Jr., 1111 SW
iv All 0,500 "5014000 $0 "'" SOlO 01. to P. WlHoniltornoy 1 the presidential nomination. Underwood faced a trim, tanned 31-year-old swim : 17th St.Thomae.
1ft iddiliio Ie .. for nlnlltrltrlN scenes as 4th Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs
It'.paid OmOUI.1 0111 Of MO W A _'"'"' I I ....,hO..' Pint. llnoltolnotvllto. For those who remembered ref. the tantalizing prospect of an ming Instructor, and In her arms Charles[ H. 410 NE 7th Video McCaul, MIami -
duck oroon on tool baIk05SCOSN- 'lor""' erences to the Klan during theheated was tltelr baby, John Anthony, Pulley and Irene S. S t d m e r I,
toft CMC orown k.. I tail onk. (1"") 'II:, t. lit U MIN almost certain presidential nomination I St., a boy.
.ml HUM wvobio to IM City of H... floor colloquy over the If only he would equivocate -ten days old. I Lakeland, 10' IS a m. Sunday It
11105.00 00 $110 otoisotO Of 004 .... 111011 John Birch Society at I last Klan Whit a baby eh?" Mrs. Con- ADMTTTED Intersection of US. 441 and
of "' bid the Ku Klux Issue.
ten PS? sail 11' Oil 00.111 on
John Helen
10051 iCoioOiO'Y soolt bid. Tnt babsooOf I TMI CIRCUIT COURT OP PLORIDA1IOHTH summer's Republican Convention In there roy beamed. "It was worth Drawdy, Mrs. Slate Road 331, ene mil I
Otto 001011050 ptlcl. ..11 bI paid 00I I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'IN AND particular was one C Carner Lisa Nobles Mrs.
$00010 I J.ry It... ThO City ,. coo ALACHUA COUNTY the parallels between 1924 notable sequence as two delegates every mile of the trip.5Diane northwest of Gainesville. Mia
1.0011 1155 '4.111 10 .lOCt OIlY 004 oil 'N CHANCIIYDO and 64 were nothing short of like many another 4 Gebbard: Mrs. Carol Pulley Jan'j Sedmera cited for driving on
bids 0.54 road050IlsI, 'It! MIlls lot _" W. MALL.P14011114 from Georgia, especiallywell
.. fascinating. young mother with her first of Gainesville; Mrs. Mary wrong side of road.
Notlco, Mroaf -th.II" bo ouklllhwtho lot .... played by Berkeley Harris I' Wlllhlon Mrs. Minnie I
Robert Saudek who enriched baby, put In a transatlantic telephone trey ; Warren J. McNett D a land
Cilnnvlllo ...... o nowwoportonorol of'VIRNON HALL and Gary Walberg sought to Invoke ,
Clrculollon' oublltlwl In D._.' television with his pioneer I n g rail to Bournemouth early ]]Bean Branson I flruce E. Massey, Palalka, and
... the Klan's
M County 'lor...... ond Moll km.od NOTICI TO APPIAITOl coercive influence.
.. IM MowlMmo City' H.". tM.Hiwthorno "._ Moll "Omnibus" series, Is the executive The direction of L a m ont yesterday morning. DISCTtAKGRD Ella Mae Cannady Lin I die ,

_'_Pan. OHIco' or* tho or* OlM c-o 001 Dm Ocoon.* Moll Avonuo' producer of "Profiles In Johnson realized In full measure Word was that Diane couldn'tstnp f Doricv Feehan Mrs Patricia 2211 SB: Slat II.. at 1.10: p.m.

,y ..- of IM City CommlMlM" kl J.lSil Clly. 0405 JOISby Encourage." To his new assignment the ominous of the i V John Anthony from crying :I Ellfnor./ Alfred Bailey, Mrs Saturday on Stale Road 20 two

tho City ot.,MowlMmo.Ollr4 HowltwrM. AlKtluk' COMloch- i hi You oqulty oro hoi Mrooy bMn MIIIM krwgnt thot...,not k soil vow he has brought his Insistence -drawling understatement power of the "Actually, why did you rail Elizabeth James and baby girl, miles ea
.,. bystlda. 0,00110 21. 1104JG. ky Dorll W Mill M 0'" Circuit Court of exacting qualitative me at 4 30 In the morning?"'I Mrs. Betty Harris and baby utlea said the Llndsey car
TePOtENI I Georgians.
llonm Circuit M aol for Alo- :
J. O ......_. Clo, City 01 ttiIIlOtIO lit to tor o .'-. emu" CUstOdY ondIW Exceptional technical skill do Mrs. Eitella C I TODAY
"Because I wanted to
(07401110.13 I h''" ouooort. You oro homy Ioooooil-casting. And Robert E. Kint- you baby boy, behind, and Massey' followIng.
CALL FOR 110. II... orooflNt on* _....; to HIO Olot ncr, N. B. C. president, has was displayed In the achievement I some cooking," Diane admitted ind baby boy. Joyce H I I hit the McNett car. Massey tU. MIKE

.ROOT....*.. if bIds Control sIlt' until 110 ,I stiiood 01 P M.by Tlwrf II.. orlllM.. Nlol oniwor horoW or WtonM M tM oflko M IM Of ComIOMI IMClork -thoughtfully scheduled the program of a deliberate primitive-cit wiin't the baby crying at vtrs. Peace Mcfray FImln'l V Vany ed for failure to have vehicle V
diy Otcomoor* If. ItM, In Wo, of oooro ot County..... Circuit,..."Court.. wl to or sod Sit,torAlochuo ,_ at an hour I.JO: to 7:30: nets of photographic quality 'In I all-I was the one that was cry *> Catherine McGIH I V under control. V DOUGLAS

5.100 Room 0..1111.of'TIOOI' Moll JIOCIdO. umvonlly. II sCION,firPl I Oocomtor ItM. onk to torvo 0OolnotvlHo eaFOI ,on Sunday evenings w hi ch "me scenes. The technique allowed I nl." F Pegu, Laura KJntey. ,j ju UlltlM MIMIMCMMM .

.51101.. aId oiooo Itt aCId bids roM.Ioud..J,OoIllSd will 0 I. boO"',_lOi0st. .,0.11"? do50Ii'. AOOoooy osooOiotlaid. Hsonio.oIOOio should make the series convenient a striking Integration of "'''She was crying and obviously November I. |M< kvHMri Cl Ink., Ml NW |,... .

"lety ipoosd 1104 liDs lot 04410.5 11. 15101015$ ",., 50,50. old newsreel films In the draI I ly' a panicky" Mn. Conroy BIRTHS I,f>l,. (mlmt DMlltm. lltxiotTM .
$5101001111 010ISIfliCti000fi: III 1001001110 PMrMo.MoroM supplement to historymuirwo : !. L_ Mu.L ,.,... ...._. u. ...... _.. ....
lOll,,...... toll not or Doc... Pro CirWltnoH for kfvnndarv schools ma. Richard Hainan's settings Idded. I Mr. ana win. nicnira ne.cn, 050550 .... N O-- -- -
-- -
.......,... ii >! lfkl NI., O'sol'dO I) Cftrtril1MTM et-, $555.toe 1111.4 will" 1500151 Ii ootst.d 1ft 15.1,11 IllS C.IM 1150 'Is. Saudek acquired the TV rightsto were outstanding for their authentic -I So Mn. Conroy said she took Trenton, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. AllonlW IMMOM,(.11. Ol MlTon |W ltd *, RIMMM .,

'ulldlnt kulWlnf king Ikiac M* 1) Un lv .- my hond 01 Cur. ot to.* "Profiles In Courage" beforethe detail. the first plane out on the 4,300 George Colson, Trenton, a girl, w. .rooy ino S Mow w. Cot..V
Circuit Court of Alocnuo
sit Amount' 04.Ior..4DWOIII... Still :PrilKl NO. IH4-A do.., IM tool if Mid Court County ot 0.Plortond _- presidents assassination The TV version of "Profiles mile trip. She plans to stay until -Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Rape, SlOOP IM tondon* otvj, oil wot_NW Hot kklk.Jim LOr. R.

"OW..KOT 12.5055 Pivw i tpKldciiloni IW ot Alochuo OctoMr.County A 0 ItM.J PtorkJo.. thu Itlhdoy Consultants to the television In Courage" Is off to a fine start April. 404'( SW 3rd Ave, a girl: Mr. MOM"'.".,BwMiini wuofc, IN UOM. ink NW im PI .1,

.10 M k. CARMICMAILClorii ol IM Clrcull Court series are Theodore C Soren- in bringing to life on the home I and Mrs. Don Mawn. 92) NW
a'IIft4Int Nods by oslO UnuUoddrMi (COURT HALO and Allan 22nd Ave., a girl; Mr. and
tlwti to D COil "'_ bnoArcMIKt. son, Kennedy's aide. screen examples of the type of
tMr M C........ M Clro O) In o..ty: 'Mily ClotS Wilslos.0s- Nevins Dewitt Clinton professor -men and women that the late Mrs. Jean Avery. Mcintosh, a
Or J. Wants iii'. ProMMt, umvorIty umi ii i, .. ,.. nN Mrand Mrs. Robert
of American history
01 PMrMo Ollnoivlllo.PWrMo. emeritus president felt were a source of
lloi H mIIII4 inwWbo TIC COUNTY JUMIS COURT at Columbia University. Walker III, 271-24 Schuchl!, a .
MllvorM 1 to IM obm oMroM net ALACMUA COUNTY lasting Inspiration. TODAY
lotS 50101 005 1150 501500 bId -.... 'N lIt ItlotoofIDWARO I ::11) 4 04 ,glrL t TONMMT
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....* silO Pmvit M h'wy Jr. A I A FINAL OI5COAUI Pvnuont to Mellon lOCh PUrUo fit.ufob ,
Arctiltoct' lo Wo ....< o> Cmtnl. WooD AOMINIITRATOt nonco M link, OMO, thot tMKidf'ilinid. 'Joyce Walker. Mrs Kathleen i MASON
kl win controctlacwMt TO ALL MAY CONCIINl Alfnd S.. flnr ond Porto ,
Mull ooo"i >. ......... ..icfI 000. IS $15.05 505 0050 W N. Oils, drtfik kMMoM ondor tho firm Row led O'cr Manor, Mrs. nancy Rapt Mrs
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of 10.0 ONAY. 1.. Woi.S.L Sos vend >rovo. AMdWO C i
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... I. Un.'ty 50 ,..._ 505 for IMol not hoOOly .11 551511.DaMs. (AP "This Is stickup. Give I .'. :
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ol Oct. A o. HM young
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fad 5.55040550 I'd 5. 410554055 55 05.4.4 RIBby hand his
501. Si 50 J M. AIiiOS in coat pocket. CALL.
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Van IJuren ",lop.. Abby ensues .H/ null. -

DEAR ABBY: We have two teen-age girls who read your but It bothers my parents to distraction. They are constantly A DIMERINGOTHE 4th, t3 THE OUST GRADUATING OP CRIMINAL LAW TV MURDEf
column so maybe If you answered this In the paper it would at me to tell him to quit sniffing. I have told him to 5,000-YEAR- JUSTCE WILL VLIbLIC ? AND TV ftERAIR. IT'S ALL SETy TRIALf,
help. Why can't they be In bed with their homework done please try to atop, but I know it is something he can't help. PROVIDE YOU WITH A : DEFENDER ONCOURSENOW:: ,; t
and their clothes laid out by 11 o'clock on school nights? He has gone to all kinds of nose specialists and to allergists, Z OLD MUMMY OHUCtc fINE r p !'
At 11:30: they are poking around, Just starting to wash their too, and they all say it can't be helped. He has had this
hair, and I know all their home work Isn't finished. The next condition almost all of his life, Abby Is there anything I 9 TO BE TRIED

morning It's a madhouse deckling what to wear. I have can do about it? FOR r
all I can do to get a bite of breakfast down them with SNIFFER'S GIRL 'h Jt
all that rushing around. If you can solve this problem, DEAR GIRL Yes, tell your parents that HE has leaned ; MURDER !!
you're a genius. to live with It, and because yon love him, you will, too Ct
INADEQUATE MOM And since It can't be helped, you would appreciate their r. SLAIN DETECTIVETO -
DEAR MOM: If It's any comfort to you, your problemIs not mentioning It any more at THEIR nagging Is more dls TESTIF'( I / Iv
... shared by millions. The cause Is lack of organization. Believe trading than HIS sniffing. AGAINST HIM t sea.
"5 It or not, the busiest people In the world are Ieee.1 I
agers. Their days are filled with school, sports, music lessons, DEAR ABBY: I can remember my mother foolishly turnIng -
f dental appointments, social activities, clubs, homework, television purple and green whenever some female looked at my .... DON'T YE DARE
"( and telephoning. They should put themselves on a father. I try to guard against that same sort of Jealousy CS. FIRE THAT
FIRST-THINGS FIRST schedule After appointments which myself, knowing where my reactions stem from. IJEM WAKE UP. v THING '

.1 cannot be changed, their homework should be done. The Tell me, how would you like it If your husband was confined ........ SNUFFY:! I///
most subtle thieves of time, television and telephoning, to his bed for a few weeks and his office kept calling II!"'; SUPPER'S ON Qoo ?-
should be allowed only after the homework Is finished. him with messages like, "Miss Anderson says to tell him rn JI/'ts'
The selection ef clothe, however, cannot be made the night she loves him." And, "When Gloria heard how licit he was, w, j
before because according to the teen code,' they must first she Just broke down and bawled." %
:: see what the weather Is like, and they check with friendsto Remarks like these Just make my insides churn. Have 1 1a I \

:-, find out what THEY are wearing legitimate gripe, or should I try to "understand"? 1 I
::: DEAR ABBYr My fiance has a habit qf sniffing It does DEAR JUST Try to understand And thank heavens for JZ r Ljsr"w!
:7 not bother me because I am very much In love with him, such a likable husband. rn

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-: Monday Evening Comedian Victor Bore sweetheart, runs Into a 0 Arithmetic
to too: 0 Wella Faro bas a secret for panelists gentleman who bas .trlk. m Camerae Please 1

o Mike Douglas Betsy Palmer, Bill Cul Ingly similar plans. Cast 10:30: 0 m Whet'l This Song? -
IZS: 0 Moments In Sports len, Henry Morgan and Includes Efrem 21mbali It 0 I Love Lacy
World Clvlllzatiol 0 High School Football tricia Medina.
10U: 0 World of Numbers and mceO/Itt
1:55: m (Color) Local News HIhlllbt.rlncll 0 Slaller1 People Form SANTBLL SENT WuWNEN MERDON/ INTERESTT WHILEi /
1:08: 0 Newe, Weather, Hawthrone vas Melrose "Quesllon Is Laura the 5M 11ER 3HE30UNWDUK4ASCHOOLOIRL SOME ROSES TtXV vOuR ACNVISti ptcwtRS
Sports 1:30: 0 to Bristol Court Name of the Game?" 10:55: 0 m News / /
o Sunshine Almanac Tom, Dick and Mary When her husband I. pass- 11:00: 0 m Concentration

1:15: 0 News Highlights 0 Andy Griffith ed over as the party 0 Andy Griffith o....
1:30: 0 m Newt After Barney gives burly choice to fill I Congren. 11:15 0 Scope
o Newa-Cronklle Fred Plummer I ticket for alonal vacancy, Laura Ta
11'30 m Color
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o Reading littering, Plummer thrutmlris goads him Into
7:00: 0 Zane Grey ens 10 give Barney a beat- finding In Issue to gain 0 McCo y. / eR EYN
"The Accuser." After din Ing II he ever catches some atlentlon. 0 New Horizons

i covering the body of a him out of uniform, 10:30: 0 m To Be Announced 1:00 0 m (Color) SlY Wires I e
4 murdered rancher, Milo 0 Camera Three 11:00 0 D News, Weather, 0 Love of LUeBrant
tries to comfort the ':10 0 m Jonathan Sport 0 Industry OD Parade
grieving widow. Winters m (Color) News, 1:1S 0 Geology 101 '
o Perry Mason (Special) (Color) First of Sports, Wellller ItZS 0 News t IS TOO LOW ( KEPT THE OLD
t 'l1I1 Case of the Bullled Jonathan' eight comedy 115 0 Movie 1:30 0 m (Color) Truth or GOR THE W > TVPEWRlTtl
Bowler" finds attorney specials to be seen In "Twttve O'clock High" CouequenclI r r aLec rn cNc I X ANDGOT ELECTRIC HIM 401R

Joe Kelly {Michael Conthis time .pot. (Andy Wil ((1949)) On I deserted Eng0 Search for Tomorrow Q-1 I .y Y S- CHA11 -
nora) subbing for Mason, horns will not be seen to- Ush airstrip, Major Stov. t.s: 0 Guiding Light A..1
who'l mpbr.rlly'out,' df nllht) al recalls the psychologl 0 Malting Spanish NellI- 1ZN rI
I the country. The Duchess, 0 Ladle Ball cal battles fought by cornbon I'I. I
a small California town' Policewoman Lucy Carmimanders.. Gregory Peck, 1:55 0 m New I II
mOlt influential citizen, chlel II a kook rookIe, Dean Jagaer, Hugh Mar. 1:00 0 New, Weather C ., 1
has very personal rea Just the type needed to lowe, Gary Merrill, Mil 0 Midday < : H
IOns for having her nonaccompany DeL Bill Bak. lard Mitchell (two hours, m (Color) TV Bingo .,
In-Illw Bill Jarls' bowling er on a stakeout for IS min.) 0 Quest For Adventure (
alley shut down Guest Green Scarf LouIe, the Opera singer Richard I I 1:15 0 Fecua I de ti 1
cast I cludes Anne Sey lovers' lIne bandit. Guest Tucker Is a scheduled 0 Elementary Spanish itANQ -,
mour, Jeff Donnell, Mil. cast includes Jack Kell I I y guest Skltch Henderson 1:30 m (Color) Let'l Blake "- '.,
ton Selzer, Patricia Mm' and Alan Carney conducts the orchestra a Deal ( surPOSC ARc
row, Rob If t Hlrllnd, 0 lulenatloall Magazine 11:300 m Johnny Carson n Humanities C.st TIMES WHEN Ht Jl T IAVU MRi YOURS ALOI4.DOING SPLENDIDLY. MAY I PICK AWN
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0 Wbll" Nn.-aU4ren the 1951 revolt; a look (:15 O Sunshine AlamaCl 1:55: m Newe ti IHt A FEWT4 HOURS OF 7HE f DIDN T COMEMYU
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Doug Roberts, lIeutena n t 1:30: 0 Many happy Relural ':.5 0 PIS lor'. Study 0 house Party : }rArt I \
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yearns to be transferred former fraternity brother 1:50 0 Farm and Home 0 To Tell the Truth 1'r'

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Henry Fonda, James mentally unsuccessful IU. 0 Local News 3:30: 0 (Color) Toss DoII' I ;1-
Cagney, Jack Lemmon. thor, by promoting h i Is Weather SlY 1j
(two hours). works III Krockmeyer' 7:05 0 Ranger Hal 0 Edge .r Night .
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1 WASHINGTON The Del me lunch Dinner maybe but Ity in the Defense Department our fees If we can't make It on :, ?.ass ANoes 1 "

partment of Defense has not lunch." who would accept an expensive expends," a lobbyist told us,';:.. ; :
; H ly put out an edict In recent.1 I Another employee said "My gut from a con tractor," an official "and you can Imagine whit' P s 0
,to conflict of Interest work In the Defense Department told us, "but I don that will do to the economy.Mi'Another a;. 'oa %
"Defense: Department personnel depends on an uptodatecalendar. know why we should suffer Just Z
f t t and government contractors, For years my calendars because the majority won't do I lobbyist said Secre-j;:: j
:Under the new ruling Defense have been supplied by defense it," tary McNamara was endangering : n-

Department employee e a B not contractors. Now with Another employee told us,: the health of his employees ;...' 1
-accept any gratuity or entertainment the new order I won't know "They're not going to stop In- 'Defense Department p eo pie'I::: '\. 3rt'. ,1 e r or
Including lunch" what day it is. How can I doa fluence-peddling no matter what! get $1' a day when they're !

from anybody doing b u .1 I ness good Job?" they do A contractor calledme traveling This II enough to pay _....", :
with the government He may A general with Procurementsaid the other day and said, 'If for a hotel room but not enough not even accept tie clasps calendar "This work Is no (fun, but II don't get the order I'm going,I to eat on. Under the new ruling No memw4 see eawr. TOI wWD PAL ta0 Sun rcecAofa; A co TICS I ",
or paperweights one of the things that has madeIt tell MJVamsra I had lunch!,many Defense Department employees A.en I r wiz KNOW WHO JW I ACOUNP close SCNOc.e.e Aaa .e/e "ai"r SA1D e,1CiAL AR
I This order has naturally worthwhile are these satellite(with you at Trader Vie'..' I will starve to death .tl fnlKIII I ""' Nr WAN04 AKOUW WITH:?V. ftlTMA. Nerg. MAMES4'I ? tn a1R I.Mesr, fF
I caused quite a flurry at the tie clasps. They want us to be told him I had never eaten a 1 I One employee seemed "I'i = aesrxwe 11ccu. R
Most government neat around here but how can' meal with him and he said It have the wcwr
Pentagon perfect solution to the I
I employees are angered that you be neat If you can't keep: was his word against mine So I problem. "I agree that cenl'tractors :- JEW..! OfP't.' ,. I
their bosses think they can be your tie In place?" I had to give him the order' !' should not be allowed E sews .

o bought with a meal or a tie Of course, the Defense Department Not only are the Defense Department to provide lavish meals and expensive "?y uN0. 7 I I
I clasp. Is really out h>>> prevent employees furleus l gifts to govern m e a t.
I We went ever to the Defense contractors from Influee shoot/ the edict, but most Washington :employees. The only lair thing r
Department to talk to acme clog Defense officials with more lobbyists are up In arms.If would be for the Defense De- L. L
people about IL One employer txp-nsive girth such si weekends the Defense Department forbids 'pertinent to give them to us 1
: said "I think It's a disgrace |n Florida yacht cruise. entertaining, there Is no In that way we could do our ::;) i":. TV .
I would never give out a con to Bermuda and vacations In way for the lobbyists to pad,Jobs without beinll.I 11 uencertfrom fi t.: ; y
tract for a Polaris submarine Paris UW expense K-counti: I any outside source And t..... .; '
just because someone b o u got There la only a small minor. "We're going to have to raise ever)toe would: be happy" I I 1


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..., CllOn Gut the Clos.ts & Utility Rooms How-Pick up extra cllih Person to person ads are for Iton commercial users sailing mevchsisdise prIced I

1 10 4 UNES $3 .t $100 or lass with the selling prics .tot.d In the 04", Ho additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

lAYS bring flulckor action.DIAL. .

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... CCI 54074 D'f *i0.IhiIIbsUotItUl" Mv.lc Orlg'n"' 10 rIlOr9144.I CCI: I YiL" lbuiltin < 21IUNW 0219' >t. a SI IlUltla I. iii 15. IITTUEw000OWNER: MOVINGl' ST OWNER I ... a ....h 1IO'Ui 1 i 5544011 ElIIOPlo7 .
THE TIME 17" COWN. I. .... J' OliN' under conitructlon. In WlmbertIilotet .kit. Occupincy by Chrii. w. ..... 1301 sod SAl 511511554 klle...... 1010111144 1110111 11101. .''d. I ,". 1 .. 051115plst.y NW Mellon lot Mil w 11111. Wrlll bM.1I.r M
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., J71I03IIUV touch te mil home by Own par ..... A''155 Iu.... If Si ....'..d. "hKf 4 sir and, WW corpifonnd 'Hence. built."mi, control, AC 4 14.ulllul .
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..: : IS NOW. DIIICT FROM WflThliiNS.II. lUILDtl. MynOk. Osildif 172.1.1., terlor. punt treei end XiruM.Wf .. I70-I04I. 1701 NW IlrAANV AUTHENTIC COLONIAL loll X 1W solId R.P Wonderful
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1 ....d.. '44.3712171.COLONIAL Good Hunting iwiiy' omIIIUIM OrxkxH. dining. room.lir II. w..,_ .1IoeI. CIty. los s515.II. I Wtln CCI. nomo. sIr ......,. piece In wmpllouMy cerpetodliving Cult. tor ...,... Mlgni" coniMorpurcniM. for booboos, property 5T7Unlv
1i : : Do You Hove "' _,1. 371-4JH. ... ....room.. PKHIM fvnDy .. 51015" 1100,5. wlodsos' Honing, bookeiMt flriplocl md room. ..P..... Pimlly J. Ivor Corny 7Hording N. Ave If Intireitld C>HNorwood
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I :eMullrul jrouodl 0t00109' 5450 P011 1110 Mellon I Mock from J. J. Two eer ........ Pumlhire tlnWl
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.- hi N. W. lnctlHi Cut.Ii gull,"tl"'"t buyv with PHA llnincIng GLADYS SMITH. R.alfwIJJI ...... 17 NW :Mill It. Phone PR Clll 371-1771 for .,... wit hooted and aIr Condi- but Mr lulls tot *ntnuw BUSINESS LOTS
Apartment or .515545144 condltl...,.., bull WI2 .Mr .... kilo p W OnlMTtlly' ....,3. ;" Honed for .your yeer '........ com.fort ...... lui out-grown outrongm M4.. NW lilt Avenue fO I Itt
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House to NtWIIRHV I I*. I*. OlnlfKm HAWTHORN SOAO- lIoI"lL. lO.o.n'tL'k. NIcK In,., CsIoIIuclIs. 00115107 ICIUIIIIId wills" Sin 1097554cIUlIhi5.sIdi. J. W. Ageney, U II.Mol. .
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-. tot rtMOUbU Sw wood 11_" 1M ogvlly, poymintHI So,? Ill' "MM. MfM Kl CHllllIrn4 Would. rrodl ogu Ity
REMEMBER- cOw will' Soy,"...... PIWM 47 mo. I7HM7 snot IPXTRADITIONAL. N.IlwlI ,1.1551,* 121.000.T. DEATON BIASED OWNER for moll '...-.1.... or itow- turn'i
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III'. ...... N. W. I3rII C.. lo.ll mil M boil velue: In NW.I I tom hlgrhwiy trontoM In gonorroi ..
.. RCALTORtCREEKSIDE IR, I balls w/wp.rote diningAiklng SUP CASH corryl mlIDKIK ..
A rental vacancy IMW. ."'rH Mdrown ATTRACTIVI nodroom. I bPS. ..... Culll'tsl, 55sf. aIr-coed. wi.1151y MAOICI' Ownorl TIiI' 555 *54455 lot SIll
LASSITERRealty I llery 4 btdpoamOn t : : COSTS YOU MORE ,iris tot 'kl DtllribH. pin, nun nm'Kt. I21MOTirmt. conditioning Good comer bee- Three I R. I both CI Homo .... 50.0115. V.50.4. IandcaMdlol ........ 31 tl 41 ...m.1.
,toy a.... Por ComtortiMi omConvonlont N W Mr Ct. IWi. now Howerd Ilifwo IchoollAROf N... School Well te wellcerprt hIIdri.. con w"k 15 .11oo1. -.1.....
town living, C.I Him w flexible. tlnenclng, I mlH, of Hlwiy 301. Cill ALA
than the ad that M,.. Corollno Noyn .._ 111511 .."" $04.44 500.slrsCllaui. PAMILV lull the. home 4 Plreoleco_ Gild flnenclng- .reoion.omy ItH NW :14th" 0,. PI.HOT. CHUA RKALTY ASUCIATf
171-533 T1V51 bod....... los bedroomi I baths. temlly'' ...... priced I I7n..g.

will rent III I lenro GLADYS SMITH. Realtor AVIWATIR Mill" 112._ N. W. 33-0 C' children pliyroom. flroploce' I In Cell ..tor eppointment' PRJ34I7. FREE TURKEYI .. leA Km I br ....... IOMCCOlolmont II.,
W. Unlvirilty lindKoped -
living boeullfully
OLIN "liNG' 'OAD 50i 4 .....,Iu! Acrl L.,.. N. W. "r. yerdIXCILLINT room. Your Thonkiglvlni furkey cornel "'_. "..... A onulp.Ui '
......... I IIIIWIWMINO ", Netni wi'" CI. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE with Inn houM II purcfunod before .OM r 17.209 down, ..,. twin
::; Htri's what your POOL Ml lira. M *.., ....11.... Three 5 R. I SPIN home M excellent Nov U TIlls I Ir CCI 10 prs.POSDYCS.
....b.. lot ton ra by iLim P054405 0" 110M. MOO'L. Hill" I todroom llooplng, porch Nortne.lt neighborhoodLorge ...... hit boon complitely reconditioned S. ASSOCIATES INC.
ilry' 1* with big flrwlKlPintlHd PROMT Qu.1l1y 1110 ....IIy. .an. ...... home prkod te ooll with..low downpoymint I lot with "beeutltul metureehrubMrv Inilde end out (lurd-. Piw.n I II, IVi RIALTOR.t
: vacancy COSTS Dining' room 4 Plorldroom I .... I bom C. I. Srecloui ,..., ..,... end .knmMllte 155411105LACO I Home newly decor.eled wood floor, end not. toe) ..ndK bifh II? W. Ijnlv" 17H334I
NM PHA flnonclng' mlI ,, home with, ixeulilte"" view if II.. T. D. 3sTSOUIlPm ". New renge end refrlgeretorIncluded raody for Immodleto, eecuMove ..k floarg corportfintr.l I i I HAtS A 107 ACII PAIM .Hwlll .
:. YOU EVERY DAY >M DOMI "lut doting' MillTotH ..Arm 44 hi purchetd" price of ,.nc,. m todoy, .., your. kill full krlck M SlId IX'S Sill 00 HIWIIIOOI1O. I
pUss only" "'.CI O. Inowi ACRCS Tredlllonil 1 bod 111000 Low down fMyment. of 111441044 ......_. Lacst.d ,II SWliClIli meg woedidl lor. ISM tMM vlry rMHi Sr
: \\i : by ippt. mly" Clll J7HS7I. Cozy snubs room t both home with living 1400 PHA with eeyminti. el ,." 4 SIloS. 1,111 11OOntI m. NW. 14tK ,,. 14000. .0151 yn Poncodhouio sod_ $
until lit is rented: A voty II... sntsll _.. III. 445445. room ooporole dining' room, I...- 17101 per month Including, t.x.lend 501001 ISO S 10' and build, ngb Ph :0'
scroll YOU iuv en CUlLS 1 Cr. "SpIll ::.rode'::'",llulr."th flroploco: lovely! Inou....... $350 Down $46.50 $SOO glow*, $16.41 per Kit inir I P. M
... u4i II II yostIoll II III Ut5445w A1LASI A 1 1By k) kitchen ConlriiNIXPENSIVI mintkTiki :
.uIlM 11551441 ArM
IF RENT: YOUR LOSS yss lIli. ,Ii'" ontunClnlrII MOO"N .u,. GOOD INVESTMENTA ...' mo. md HUM 4 hit. bIll' TO....... .... "' "sInAI IS.IIDI. ..LIO. 111 11I";
IUI'.' home with 1 1ft 1045 .... 4 III. I "55111. II. W. C. S.II' comer property ...tv.,... en Celt prm 17500. COIl W.rnor wWoiomin 50,50 ........ or G.,......... 0.ir .
''S PER DAY IS of living ... Slut big' I sir ...... IwimnIAl" ,..1. 134.000.11eo""ol1' t bidroom Son,. Unlv Ave. with I 111 II. IrenlooeM PR ..3." er HOB by 5.73 high bosollItwI .5.05 for CII' ,
: ; ....|.. Control Hut 4 Centrielr In good condition I Zoned IA-I, II. I In depth Cell PR 1113 N MultI for. I guldM tour. I ,.., ckoici *l ..ir "ly IIMO with ..",,1. ALK 34
conditioning lull M ..lev.oven .. ( Demand ) rdeol tor home 50510011.NEW "!lI1 for ill ixrtlculin, toned 90 knyhrul brick cm ol 1150 .... ..... ALSO
1'l'' dlihweihvr, l......). Intrenco I Ir I Mil., norm on lot M3XI77Drlvo ..
1'\\ 4 trier for n 000 '
.: M per n.. HUH' d.uo .. poll 1701 N.W. SItS Aol. LIITINO Almoit' MW 1 bedroom ,112. Kiitgikgrry ..",.. aIrs pur "
foyer lerge living roomMperotl 4 Call lor 550.INVISTMENT" I both e...',,", "heeled ASSOCIATESJ. Mir Moalc.l Ichool....ALSO... ..2115iCrfl ,.
Itmlll tor totol of *
dining room cp i
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nr II. per diy Idwirdi Inc. km riturnMU sod ilrcondltlened. home enlerge Prod Guy Jiyni lutterworfhCol. ... ,
room with" "..pi.... All thmfortuning Hugh .. RdVI1ZereIqlweNt, Itirougn i. W. KlrkpotrlckAgonty .
In J. W. Din H J. VlltWllr.Multlpl. .
051011115.WIllS 100 x MO tot wlmberlyliutee.
1w NormwMt $9,000 to $30,000
M 45-own NwIltSf II N Miln PR t-Ust
04044 ,
ass Mr me. .1.1. per etyr LIKI ...W. Aiklnileu W. Nba a numiw. .5 loll 100M 14111-IA, kitchen ..It.. .. lilting .
11 SCow mIilulq 4550 wIth" 110,11N
: ... ..* ..... .. UN wore ttim lll.ooo end OPPIR! UNIVIRiltV' ACRIS Nevw"|. (,. Ii 01 Tom p1550 .... 501. 00'Idiritlol
RIQUIITID. Oeod lurmiCill IIMARY 0 All brick fronti tide mtrkted wbdlvlilon of ions 5. lew ss ....
Ml NT ..... Mil per ore 171-1511 hal plastor wolll loll, Peved ......... 'Imlde .loll U. NEWMODELS at* wiMtrniTfour II ecrot W el. town en-exved rdIMOI .
KM DOWN 4 III per month .In floors HO. co...... M1M Outlldo city lidroomi .sd Tw. No Money Downon Appr TOO ecroi keeutlrulrolling '
4 : 171 ...' ..... .. MII Hf ire I eluding' ,.... 4 I'n....toil' I IIR I 0 T.rrazso limit. thM NO CITY' TAXIo. ,till. 111 NW. 7tkBlvd. lend, win! .huge ..tledotrow
ItS H'... Oulrt NORTH. MOELLER S Formica cobln.ti lot et KM 00 .. .. doss totown
I ,........ luilt 1,... Small your ,
1 1I 171 w IM. .. BW Hr *y WilT TollS prlcl 0 Sodded lawns M.M.PARRISH could be divided "kite lOS
lIS. ,'" 544*. REALTOR 0 Air condition, .nfl Now Opon Dow Piymint PHtld tin er NO Mrg ,...._ yeortlnen
II Ifl nil call
Msmrm., .. u.Mpwdq IO-' Quick S.I.. '
I 1011 W. Unlverally, Avo.PR Doily M.nthly ,.y",..... MAKV MOELLER. REALTOR

III ...r ..... .. tU fir .ty 378-1521 e4471Membir VIllage CrunOilmtvlll. Tw. Ck.lcg Lit little! lOll W Unlveriiry Ave.PR .
Multiple Lilting $16,350 $18,075 fronting .* ISIS 5',.., at as 4471
*....1.'. 0.15.151 slid oioliilpUary
5'5W'unwire Myrin Lmltir ReelterWm '. f. W. Meollir Pwt.r KntirChirlg 3 ond 4 Bdroom Mod.il AIOCIAT. INC. 5171151 Irlc' slid _...... sod llrdl ...... Look. $56.00 RANCH. 600 Acres
I. lilt) Horrlb AlMClllgId M.v> IhirM ronlHilen H. Wsyni Hill H..... Gn.h.m 1.1-. Infl for ooortmint loci'. .
: III per ..... .. UII NT diy ..."., AnoclltlN4 lolyeot' Carollil' Pwl.y Mary P.nls$ ,...,,, 4411111. fionf Look it th...[ Hal Slviril, new h.", .. rmdy II mlln Gilnnvnie-Cood peiiurePonced

slispnn's. U.H per ..' 11. lit It OWN" MOVING' .ulll.1 and 1l N S_PItsI IlnOw Tul 372-5273 All elly SilAliIlIOIOli SlId Nun.5iwII5.lty komi SIsal wiuM bl |MdInvoitmont for Immidiifi KCUI.IIC .... Ae.. Houw Mllldlngi. DM8'i

UIIU4UI Cyprus nine end l O cash VA Ic... m.39' _
SpoilS w.lnul flnlih through Now Irick Homes Osedsoipod.CsmpddV
: CALL 378.1411 FREDARNOLD out lull M kit, fern ..... .0W 051491, lor THE JAMES CO. GLADYS SMITH Realter
P. K. .121 w. Un,..",,,
wood noon noor Vongond ,IIStopIssil m.Norm Th... sun, more Ill '01 Wild.' RJPhon. .
TO PLACE YOUR Unlv. 441 1-0321 PROM FetterHoighn .* II.'. Dm ilnof t. viilobli.. Acrn near Idlowild

:; I 55 ...... I. MossIs OpnIns' N I. Mill AvmM T... JACK DI YOT.Roilitind 172-2327 school. FR 2.0328.
54401. 5100 0151 COd 510 ..... rlgnt. Ivminfi 1726441lulldirl
: SUN RENTAL Coll CIe.,. collect 122."". 144 bedreeml. built In Mich, TOwpI'sos nmt IrakwI2SNW. Ills ACRII
I $//50 c8s11 HAIll. en _I,,",,"'. cm hut, VA no HtH SHoot .f 4 mllet Wool .. G.'....,".. Nigh
WANT ADS REALTORFLORIDA DOWN down ,.,m..'. PItA from POO 172-2511 Kingibirry Hom.. slId dry 17500 Including' iurv..y.
$275 ., I 1400 down end HA ... ....... k*.
down-qp doling CO 1001 n.
1JIDlClBOIIIS .! ItrlctM t. -51.... IfIP.NHT :

PARKIosc55ui I bedroom "'.....ry homo with ,lomun it mocM h'"' ovonfdiy Copitel Ins 1.11".,. Ind. Gainoivllln niwitt .... HIM| 104 NW 13th II.TIW Phone RIALTV>R 44411
14 Welorrrenl Propertyluyennee eok floor cor pori.nd fenced. ......
: a.bud.... I baI5 .liwna beck yen!. ONLY 1271 own 1-4 buss DIlL lu>url.ug .p.rtmint kuildlnf ..

FOil I..LI I all CCI ...... II en hell ecre wooded lot Nerd NO CLOSING COITII W* irg llM, building M .....IIIu'' I".w.... 1714MI or 11417. 257 ACRES
Pli. M ttu wolerfrenl wood #7w,., _,,,! hoot pen.ellnd lots 101 W..II' LAKESHORETOWERS Lo..'.'' NW ol Oilrmvlll.. '1.....
w,1111. no I$4 i.I. Twe ..IIH florid ?room 11...,... kl I bedroom concrete btodr liom -- sd14n.IIll3I.cr In) nil.
Iron .... Ml. HouM ,ll Mil fur. living room. A line home M kill one yeer eld. I mile fromOolmnvlllo. bask with ennuel. peymenti of u..
nUhed, .Ir eendltlened, IM "iMitIII. preiiige ....,.... PrOw 117 *. An exception.! buy HUGH Ill for | more ,..... lID sends
; Mm, nph.lt: tin floon, ceOr Ol 111,100. !i m wood. Pretty fwmo.He. Prlc
ckneto, formleo kllclwinil. PHONE 372.3322 ... 01 .." 'Id ...' as,. SI. di.University .
S IK DM two deck wmconcrete Pun s.lnSwn, $ II 01 III". I "..... 4 bedroom, I beth older I .ry EDWARDS NOW LEASING I.III,. C.II
bulkheed' Priced M Mil VI0l0 INitti Wi'". 5rIINiwd II.... home M NI O.lneivllle-ONLY' ,
C.ll Arden .,..11. PR M4M >r end PlorMo room h .....,.. III.090 will II,IM DOWN. Realty
". ."nfUMMIR fully lindKipM l let. Priced' elIII INC. ills N Mlln. II. Ph. 171-4311
MOM' .000 wllh I.. dmliOim.inI DUPIIX-I bedroom eeertmentiwith W. M.Munroe, Reeltor,
llv 1 slId HIM por ncutt44 45 445101. e monthly. ,Income of 1171 NW 39th Dr. ContemporaryColonial '.1)(.
At mum tt tuwennei rLlrt. .. llit"te soIl tor 111,400.LOVIIV I 1927 4 ACEsS well Woooed
od PHA III, ,
I I*, CCt "completely 054. lulldlfll .1". N.., 511111P.
tuntlitied targe ",."'_. AoCN > I bedroom t bim wot.enry 376-7971 Och.oI." 533mM. CIII Lsssitw f P5..lty
> te Mil t fro* weler fllhing) SPIC AND SPAN hem kill eutlldo of ills 31121.
fMMrmen'l porodlM Wym nTtimol Imotwuliti, 1 55444004444 liNma !lii ... ,.. .
Llmlti. CMitrel h.et .
locolkM. UMdrwn City ............'.1' II eciproperty .. 500011111.
PIMM P. Hill L.... cotlent Nonh.nl Krooned In 0005so

-. Oek, Pie.well te euill'lod month Including PHA' buyer tennend eton 115449151 sod 5.11 petie-r.be:: I > 4 1.._ Midili IR ModernYOUR 17 :ln.Ue inNS 't1 I m"lie! ffbounded

O ". 31 ...... .. .... ,...... "'_ per Iniurenco. ._. roI.I...- ly lscducsp.d 5.1. TItAN SHADOWLAWNISTATIS north : '. 511. UV
...IfII.e... I-.... ..,.. 5 ".", dlihwHlier, dlipo.il. end 11'.1IGO. I ........, en. touth oy Old' I'''.
51050' 1m4M5 wllf. isiS SM isiS A-C unit SwHMid.BUSINESS CHOICE OF Rood No ... City w 14i, end
44 StirS M.ny entree. onIM. JOHN r. D OLIVER 01 OWOM ...11...... Unmuolly good
I lent. ,.. Ineulte Lewie" PROPERTY 05155150lodloldUd "r.. c.1I s-P ...'.1".
Jewelry Co.VVINIFREDtH. TOM 0. 00(5115 ...1Iar
Fir You
5 M you or. "totoreiled 'm N. WIJth MERRILLRealtor
CRAWFORD II '. wo ere .oNwIng, |lloi .t I WIll 5151111.0 lIvhnf" 5,055 14 ModelsPriced Fl 43252Ss.'MACSSIAtOroutAlOosoi.
Ree. Broker, ipocillllng Ml 'hal isollif N ......._ Osliii 2 Ouilliy mitirlil, t mrk .
l.... ... till -AR|. isoalli 511 ii ,_,. ......." Ills 15 mile WOw of city 11..1'
| wIlls M. .. MMn. MULTIPLI' LISTING .A communlh/ would bo From off If r.- rood Dry 5405
Cs OR MWAon lIONS PR H14 proud) ta llvi InDrlvo $13,400 to $18,200 LUXURT FEATURES INCLUUBiO woodt. :100 in ocro 0011155,111..
Cedar Key Shores- Ms..lli 5.4444 I A... past 05 Olin forMg ktoTMction. > Swimming feel o) Recreeflon Room 011'1.. ...,..... "W. U.hr.
W. H '..k .,,"on As.. 371-351.
Acrog of Slosh Ground Centre Hoof
fine "hometltei from $2250 COMANY lw iign M Ml 0 a

""" ...ol..lranl from $1510 Mulllpll Llillng MtmMr. PR IOM4.EARLY O Control Air Condi. L.wie'ry Focilillel 20 Beautiful Acres
lilt W. U.,.. Annul 0 Stereo Uckirg 0 Gerbege Drop Chufl
: CEDAR KEY 3841 er S83I 1711421iMtliini ( ) -0 Ml' lilt of city. About | gcre.woodlend .
0 Pgvofl Perking Areei 0 Llhl.4 SMow.IkiI .
Jon CtldwHIIm errors pocen .. lOlI
: Marina! Locations llwpolrd IM kifUninP. AMERICAN I ilivotan ft hlgrwey' _'_ Only 17090
'. W. HoMo Jimmy OrionoWlllor 372-8404 FIREPLACE HOME for iPSO
INVEST focllitlti, needed tin Act new
: Itoddlrde II' LOOKING' lot I Homo not All SIts o>torlir rilMdnolrfll PHONE 3764456FOR Angle Reel litete
Motel Locations .kilt a MUM conildor Fiends, NroplKI, pmlodtomlly C. L. Angle' IrakerVHHl.WZ' .
: Pork wlin (II ...... MvonlMMitwo room bulIMn kit "' '
INVEST commodaloninoodod 'hrH ............ both., living chon witn brooktnt borlivlihly PRIVATE APPOINTMENT !!? 3117
room flroel. ..c.. dining room ,ImdKipod ......1 gJENU$15034 124 Hour S.rvl(|>
: 'i'OIi A ASKE0[ penciled. eludy two cor ........ "honing 4 sIn, conditioning. I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY 41 Colo..<] Proiettr
: DAVID ANDREWS. control hoot well londKlpodground ..... Mod.ond ....... CHoicoNW .
with, ilmeif, en ocroel ..... fnation tirmiivollibll 2304 S.W.lIlh ST. US. HWY. 441
lend. Cell tor en oapglnt, IOTIemJntonftWd
: REAL ESTATE men te oee mil. one.IOCATID I m (uylng sum
M H..k Ac.... fhllMr Butler Bros. .... "" ""*" polo Call
: IS H._ for Isle fOR 1116J ...... Hoots "'.. sosIp .-,. m"IJ.
Ine .5515755 5011$ 5. IltIOlisi. tone 1 a loam Mows IN
c...,... 11551. 50504 5544445. 101 Sow CC5 1 _
OUT MAPPINItl 4 ITRIICH OMly Pod 10C 040 ..._. CososoloolIs .. .. 5.15.
lf@- Non l. Pose ............ Lusol.Si .
,kweitlnf In I W. L Heel Home IcNSl' Sod 54ioplInI c N .. 35111 ho.MCCIV .
5.llO00OoniW Prkod it .ton Itttn. 12.. 'ulldart

ALACHUA MOMM, INC. 000.LUXURIOUI 172.7070McCOY'S do, 1111255
: Mo. md lirgoliving
I74.0UO $ bodnaml
Model Home Opening every lun. raom. Mtlng woco In' kit.cnon _., ___ Sooner lateryou'll 1144153740010
: gloomingMrdwood or HOMII POR SAl I
from I PM. I PM beghIng > fmillv raom .
I 4 t ...........
., Auguit 14. nil N.W. 45 PI twort Comfort b S. I M ink. It 4
5 'living' In I ..... NW JIll los small. down .
I pMunt peymoM
eR erher
ooot with
S temper* .... .... rooMfiibly prKvl itIfVIRAL mertMy peymonti 10
bd1l. I IsIS. $ I COMPARE! to M4.
: 5.......5vosri.i. IyIT'I svuyS 2 23 3 bedrooms Ii.SOL ...11..... wlINSiC I want a Butler Ails nornoo loll, in your lot
1lMU. 551.5. .050.15 111.17. IiS HOUIII MACOMA ".1IIt no oowr ......-. 51..
5wunl1.. 444444 IIIICuCIIII 554455551415.Nt .11 ......
5.40555 dN 5544.s
.0.11554. -
5 lN II5WSOIIY. 3 55. cea ....... _. slId 11154411117, ptSmilIlL HOMES INC. THESE HOME VALUES .
tar MI'* bv owner M.M. #545 : ... maIl lor 1441151447 54505Al. Bros. home. 4] | COLORED KINTALS
: MM. MI term, of uw down GarogH & carport BEFORE YOU BUY Why

IM iMnltily. ,11fHi. -..... 0 Ploilir.dwfllle THE 'JEFFERSON"Cnwmlngly NOW RENTING

S .. ...- fUmSY P011'. Formica, eobln.lt j.w. COlOeiO wire modern I II du.e .
,...... ... ,.... Cs70144 .... .. Bullt.ltkltcr.inge SAVE ThlloI'OWI-: ::== >.. -- lerM living end
..._ nolthbor_ -- I e KIRKPATRICK colwilH' _ldO. not now! dlnmg, one. mortorn kltctwn' willS'
PM* Tgrratio (loon ._____. _00_, _. fen, .. .
te mo' homi li 1 liiiot wltk coit.vonloncif -- 11100154 sod .," 55 ....., Solo ehxeM -. .. .
S 41,5.01 iJ"l"': I BothvonlUMe 5014144' W _. lIlt. borne, wee hoM-
e contomporery
J1 N. MoM II. 4411101 PR rM04 lor gricieui '.. u's raMI' lor .. end hoe ..
Phone I hooter, teem
__ All city utllitlMe ASKXIATIIPkwe living. NoIKO' ftw will. ::.: lor eccuponcy toon fie. tor
weMe ,
LOT OWN..I I I IYis Ins,. 541100 Isu.lllsd I AIdS SnIP wIlts' mechinei slId
SuMw iki M ..o 5.40 5 544.0 4.. MiNI' c.". A. .... 55500. 01$. .... '_'V. kitchen' end ponlry 1110 NW. 2511. Ao. I pevM. :::1. toe et NI. 1111.Sd. .
1171 ...... loot under .... Or h.', .Orlll.... .... ..III' ....... bendy ..) Ills. eorvlc ontronco. > 4 IR 1hts 51151. now, .... 1100 N.W. 2llh PI. ALL CITY SERVICES I ____T '' Sr s50lOIwsol 371.
.lull .,..,,1. I ,lerge bedroom. TIlls or* thrM be*, sill pw mo. er mot ... sod I IR I bothi MM ..* til?
,'< kerne MtMnry dmtlKltM $11,250-$12,550 ...... with eutuendfng cloioffeciiniee UK ",. ,
4 I Cett.
.... FORDYCEFeatures ror Ron*
Oil ir 5.! 1.44051 sIr WlltHl SUN. two Ill filed FERN WOOD MANOR
klltlwt I vim MlvrU MrdlcablMtt. *4 5151 559 5545. yMi. Mine.. end _ate djrooilngre. 4120.4121 NW.Ittk flTEYSico.1153
plut mwv. iMfl .- .., 555* OIIl.- .to the rnwfer ....... II Dr. 715 NW. KikSt. cettege b WildK 4t54fU.

0.4415.mnm...hc''i:,:"''fIlm. : 5111 I llo'nul lose 4415.1 wIlls, l5ItbI0ISD1I.27P. 15l..tSPIhsNOl55.lltl" turn 7,... w...,. m OnMetely per me..
pn 041 5 per mo.4llt .
a 5154051 11414411 115511 ; : ,, 12,250 up mlteole tar relINe or
371-7451. 155017 445555 sIlls, .. I II- 4l27NW.1thDr -... Contort 511515.
..iw 14s SI. f SN ...... 1ft Open House oN 5555114415' 55544744 _... ... hex 47.m SmSass> 5r509.Wsold
1345 dIwS 574 tit $$1c3shVAPI0 K tile heuie -
WOw 551. The L 5.5.50"
_., Ill5. iS MIII 44155. lor NIl so locuttv. loss home. Iponk b>4 with m Hteched tw.
m* PhM P* HIM.ON wired... i ---11I.orchliocturMly' OMignod' ...... row md raw pill willnoil Norwood NOTHING DOWN VA ass lbs 55 irsp sooS

mill,. Mrm K 011100,4144. IIIK bi oven dtohwoihor. ..--'- tiro.ptore. 5 deligMfvl,, pioco telive. L $100 CJoiiP.9 Coil _E111': IW 10-.... 1714S .

Liw PlwIMkulltM willi .... _,.,... Com 100
tmlllMIVMUmiMiil 5.14 .45M1.l. Hill. home .l P M. lundey. Moo. 4<01 NW. im PI I INOWII IV AOVANCfAPPOINTMINT
.- ISiS .N. -- >. X IM4 I. W H PI Oo ooumen ONLT Hope $wrlI o Porwlsl..dA.s.91WIUIO5454 .
.M I MMm HUM. PIn, siO.LitNi $$395 3 J C3Sh f FAHUGH A I.W. ln II. .. MMro .... The 00"0UNCHO 10 I. urn*. AVIlorge. /D
1115454 .... 55047515 ..40.II *** __ fwme Mia FROM PER MONTH lhC43Nl.
551111.5. 11M IIW I' AWl, INOIVIOUALITY CRANDE lois ,-.,. 4 II. 4 "H" Inc. tOlI N. Sq .... ..... .
PIt 45535.suv And gumty, or* Hie keynote of 40 5155 laadby WALK TO tIgNIl ,.... 04.N5.y -.
mil 4 br I belt) hem. fMlurfcgwolnut I bednom I bomo" ttudv.4BO 445.0 51lO 405 445.0 D.co...." A".f : ;
O''CT'' 'U'lO" MMllng.' or** flraetete.pionly 15111, -"IfII" n.WIo 1111.SI. 055.".. ocramod eonk, II, vV. Trade Homct 55,5 150011 end .
45 iliStIlCs4Nl. Posds 45N. el cMool NMCO ton w.n 55511. Sal potloM en. ... ceupl.i WIM
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bifchen bormj enwn. emPIOWT -
.i.4. Ills' IsililSI45r. 00.54.0Pis ond unique floor 05% ClllPW. .55iS 51.554.4. 111.151015 : ungiiioind on or Property 4 BR. Brick Front Coloni.li. Now f _...., 471-1301 pfolMieil or 471 n7t c.. New-
I ell.115 =:" : J1IoIIJI. 00.0 5,540143 .SIus.0.-.suldu.Sd, r III.hi".l
14. 14005. CHASM'' NW I7TC Pt.55PLAIININO Price, SI5.32S. $625 Down __ ePt PrWM
_500an45. 101., 375.2171 I And! eonvonlenco Voetl love Kl. 1 : : == ALL OUR) _f| AllCMN wsyy
004.4 **. .." ** 5 r Cotafiiol win lerge to*. DR 4IR TO HlllO" POR YOU TO ... 1--
I iHf........ i .* *4NI INC. wiy willlemoourg tirapleco.pen 50554415 s..usIly 5. L. 55. I ..,, r? ,
... SW 40-45000 xv uiina ,
S i.m4i .Cl Mliii 0445 555.5 l.55isnsd V.14 Ie. $ 140. 5005011509 I AWTTWI IPVOU I usas. .
"....... IM-NM W *.. 2909 NE 15th St. Ceil Pordvc. 3741321.FORDYCE : maid) on contracting your h> Lift 'n 3Slh St. ir 39th Terrace. I =- -- PS hell or M

5.51riiss 3767971uTTt.woc44o now cuftom bom. n. I.. MN $44551?
I : *I I re. I .." lii Sb Call G.rold I PS d.US1OPII21* I ..'OCIIICV. __ -..

fI'........ _.. 4 OwN-li-sIt. Day .'FRVflt"OIf, Butler BrothersBUILDERS I =-..":'':. :" "';' ;
53is 44,4455 Hill|... PI5 a "UOCIA"1. INC. I : .
3714571.jwdm4 A" 4 55. I ...... 5ilo N.,. FR 6-5015 w Memoir .. H_ IWMNNO I ""," ".'1' ... o""v.'VIC. .

I 51751154 00 II e1I 5555. 5544. 5$7A11 CON'U"'N' 6-6502
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314.2135. A. 'L. 011.00.50001.11140
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IP AC I AVAILAMI54 Unfit' 1. 1. I Miulllul tall ,... 0 I iiM HiV.OllT ...,.... 51,440 5)5 $. MAIN ST.HV 62 Chevy 62 Foirlon
DUPLEX Dow10w11. C1h,5 Mo'c.. c.ii 413.4331ANTIQUING Hr limp, plus IIrIs. ...........' 1114.
I M. KITCHIN IOUIPPIO M p.? CIII 501151119 1.1100 "" Port TV & Stand : 1,501110 511115 m 4451 SIdlOs54415
141 NI $101 $4 3211321 M 11a.ma. MADE EASY MDi11r' pool 50I5tllI. I .,. Nod h.4Nt.WNm.ht .
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f $1aMmINIM.N.
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MM mirror ctml 1$151 losr 5511415115. : n 2 3 jOflN >
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TWO IR DuplM. .... N 11 s N.5 Y ... 1,014111 S04 431115501..
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... fit tint firii.I Will Tr.d TO'np1dust tfM.
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tntm rwIwrinli HI men Clll17IP4I !
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fog IIINT .. ".r 011... M,,,rA. to II ctnt mm c..wy Itr mi bMulllul i>uf .IMcltlNM II- .. ._ 1000 .!I in* l m. "NATIONALFurnltur UM ,.. 01. pit s.nd51M. fir Htallnfl SytUmIn CIO"$2995

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P14-314410$ p t ms. .5 $ $ C'M prKII 101. minutwlurtr kif kM Mrlntl. M N Mil 24070NICIAL Your Car.Triii TIMIOIHiT 61 Chevy

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lI Ns lest plot." "Imao till hOp tvlllrtll. Clll PN I 411.1"'. Tm ....... Hwy 44.11101. will $1005 C110. $1595 62 Rambler
_1_. t15 Ill 1.Y ......... 175' 311. 51154./11. 70 lM-M ifrOK >. 1..1,. 11271 11/5. S I' II. "QUALITY FIRST"
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ON MAGNESIA IiiiiGI.D: = :: SAIAU HIM hMl 40 "T. WW. PUN, 4.45091 ,
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I 'In monagtm.or, sill-!! KODAK PROJfCTOR W/Kile. till Slit 4MI4ebl. w. *0500104.
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to nn for mnwmni, tctu.ptncr Ing ovaitobl to quolifldixrsont tn< _''ehlo. All In]i Mrttettaxi 00,544 1150,5, sly 1771 '''or' *n>.
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Vhi 40. 10101 hem4n.N 11.115.5M
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bo". ._"' ..* CCI. I... pr'lvl., FICESE an .1ft 63 Chevy
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CALL FR 6-8269. LIKE NEW 1964 4 "ii. tin*, rrlgoor, v=;: I VOlKSWAGON ImMll lt.r ntratop. 115.4 40001171
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I far M.... Ills' tr Mtor I:. PM" root M 111-9.19'. kill. .".... met Mly' W). ff ..'.....11 II M 72 Office p1M- 511 0514 0. ....n.1_ ._ THAN ORDINARY PICK-ilfS 4V VANS $2295
MtlTAMP COIN' IHOPWt .1175. IuipmMNm -
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4 or will rant for (71 ptrpntnt Ivy Us.d4311115100 131 W u. U tht II. .I*CAIDI$1110 rior ywrCHNI.TMA :r'IOI': Priv tr coil mMMt. 62 Eng. Ford
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0.10 00001 Is? $123 n5.' : E 1'sComptto POOLE.CABLEMOTORS A4MT M4M. I "'-", CII'\$1295
__ ..., CALL 976-9848 m 4474 er 112 1131, 011010.' 0"1e. 011110000' 220 NW. IH A t.RIDGWAY M/1111111 ...._,"....
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/ 014.1 .. 5101 110115. b'1Nd IL.C. CAIN DOOGI-DAIT }. THIS I
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"Out-lnum Twotir. Drum ft*. !. RIPAIR WORK ON ALL INO I UPHOIITIRYPra _1r5PM NOW TWO LOCATIONS i h1nMwNO.0..4WII
routyrMt nuttrtM CON. ki WAKIJ CoN PR ._. ChIlI'. N5. a 05. .... 01140 GAINESVILLEAUTO *. PMW krMt = SPECIAL
lest, pm rt city Ml Nl X nI 4000. low II U ,., 15.10 71 Mmlc.l M.re.......'. .. kMW.
'- LARa GE Rang. ..c/1) condition MlimllM Pickup in* *.
I OAHAGI mm WlHl' _.Md. $SG. Ph. 376-9932. ,....., ........ AN po N 5.11.101toed. HAOM SALES IIJ2 100 I ISo $1895 63Plymouth
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5.111 I .m. PS 47324M DRVIRI 011105111111. PlAN PI Lm1/N
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11* 8 501017." PMM 171054. I PISEZEIUnc.ndIho8IIy CUnorl OHi --.... HIM, Try M MMrt yM toy. OurplMM 11\ ton pkk-up, long shill 'n/W. 1 $2695
s Th"1| $104. m IW lot Aol, Ill WILLIAM.. IIRVICI CINTIIHtwHiomt IOMIUNw d51w lIP $1595
Clll jn-IJM. Mil* Hvdortl MlyI I 1.5.14N... ...... .- ... 171 WIT 105 51510 BARKLEYMOTORS $695 T
MN pld Hid cusct 4511. 63 TR 4
Nkt mvmll n mm. clttt KCMI'M Al mill, 71 rant til' Outwit II Itll W lift,.. AM.Pnnv ,
mil ......,... peal. m Ml I, Iln nwtt. Phm Mcrltlc PR. CM ..,."". Tom ...... Hwy 3331"1KNOEPLANO I RMMj KM ....., Kk. C
1.100315 0rM5145d, 131 II Ill mmlni Ml. HMrttwrn.HMH .. :
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M. P R .. .. I 63 RAMBLER '
,... D"NII" iol.yO 45144, 1Iu. on.s5. ..... 0.0, 501.1515.' 1/10-NN. "IM TMl AUTO GAMI"IICLlY'S I
AMI ilngn raom Mr ..... nf -J'9'-G: NI011.5 NNr. 1100515.r 514. lo41 135. 52NCALL TM14AM14 1 '60 4).Door utnmatNJ trcfl. $2295
WillyiIJO i
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Dow./ Sews lIP "rod flu Nto10y
50100. 1105 III II- i $995 ; 63
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SERVICESHome WILL P01.00t II 005.11/411 55.01010. // I hMlmliPMM ..
61 I MIK.. -
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"or .bwN 00,0 04 01.0. 11.100/".. /K.- ;Ie Spcl iIasI l ,'.shore' red'*, I -$2195 62 PorschelowX2995

5 0.111, Wwm51r ..._ 0000r.4 63 Ford .rwj ,. I
55.11. CNN II Cier...* 500
And Business --to". 2.0$1195
oar 401. IARI t PIANO CO. haofMp, uMmom
III W. I...I,_AM. VMml.tm MILLER. lfh 0.5451.Idli/ and use l.r
t ri Out-.. ma11-111.0-o b .ISndiloNnd: p 4I; i Plymouth 1

Cob,. fta.. $145. BROWN "- MM*. ...W.5. 63 Sunbeam
hI/do./ R,.) li<,fPO W.I r MM15my. 1 1. 61Sunmof Volklwog... > MWM Maw A- l1. .
MM Itar $2495
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TM PMlmm, 4 SI.rM $1095
M.rt,.,. IM<:.***. .PMM CM C COMPIITIAUTOMMHI 63 Cedilla

IPAtRI '63 Rambler Chevy $1 M "541.5..44"
so MO> M>< WOMIfMr 71 TIUCKl 0t IAII IMM <.. I
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PIt. 176-3175 4.45/.101. 00'1'' N AUTO
Pr M lid M I .... I MnlMIK .It.-.l"'O p07. 60 VOUlholl
054 5.1 .0.0411111 11 N.5. ....* W11 10VI.'. 7* TRUCKS WAHTIO a AM P). 4451? 845.

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PI.1.11' rN 4.4111. 44 N W. 5.0411 4 "_ CMI. M'. r. K >f ....". 60 Plot
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Auto GUll : A. :::':II: c;.,.,. DOlfIJ 005 .or Stockof 63 Ford $1095

( '<:I .. In ...r /O.oyCe .SYKUna INC.set. W1"!ltiIB 0o7 I .
swtSMPM. 111110. 1104101$ N. M -.. 1.1.
1.57505. ... Wsp. 111511. lit
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.. 61 AustIn
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MAIM DIN'. :10 MAN Ca OrinkinijMagr W1tN .. .. 'C::' 4..mi 4-Coat n4.. .*4 h*....,. -.. .......
1IrI 1 'II 4KI C..tM .... .,. 1965 4.Door, rue IW4) P..***, I

e"lT4 175"551Aj ...': .11 t i""i" lose MNN -,;;;;;;; : **. $595 $2295 $1195
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M. ..wr M* oj4lr. Mrs Mo MDoll = A00HNMHIHOdXIlM ( (Ml*.*. T.W V M11.
'110..4 1u/ MAPI TELEVISION MRVKIOMT /111'm.M. .oo 1 Aps.wos ns.1I5.aIwN
.... .14 ......., 1M BARKLEYMOTORS
Pt .!.> toonoTllrr 0._ w .'1..2. I 60 Corvoir
PKtvI IvPI PMM > M fonolioiliM ..Afl Mwna 0..ssirr wiHtpp*. r_* it
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ADVERTBB h: THE ::.:..:ISP .::::.":55 := : :=: 5111. .1"IiCOll.w 101.10 NIM'.1' $695

VAJIKIT IICMII "0..w COlI" ca ,. .... 055.5 N 00..14 11....trnM I $795
IERVTCZ: cmrcroRYpnri.nr.iv.s. / 00001 VI s 11W WMM.to r SHAWKEETER
I jIS'.kul,5 5.'u II p5.h'r'.I .. .._. Pf. 10. $1.I.Nn.
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0 AL 54. 11115 '
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4.Caw ft* *** r 4.0.- ......
P' siSN t- Modern Pointing .0 548044.111W I $795 $745

.':' ..?;.:....".:, / ::: MMus..:...1..51.-:: Want Atls .11..C.C5SIt'U 51005..odq LACl1I .t I I 2201 N. MAIN ST.

11Io M t5.N w0.105 Ip.MM411ihi.e .... toosso 001540PK

Rqs..s $158 3115.400 w r dwI I 211 W U.Itt.nJty Win, The Auto Go** takfe/i' The No",,."

.IROtl M Tl. Kesulla ., .. .. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

Get -.$9 OLOS--, I '.'$- ,.... ft .SUI il FR 1-4)7)-0,... Dally Til 9 Sun 7il 64J

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1J "GoIII..m., Sun Monday, Novombor 9, 1964
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1 REG.$2.49. Value-ONE GALLON .

Exclusive Magnetic 1 (

Film, Prevents Rust Trade-Ins ?,a \\I',: WILKINSON 49c'S
1 Corrosion. Demonstrators ( STAINLESS BLADES
Floor Models .
56 FOR 8
: AND' w.Dnc..nt Ivory torn Ivory Dey :;.
:! $189 2 STYLES-ROSEMONT Portables ur .
.j -+"v AND NASSAU & Consoles -

LIGGETT DRUG 9+ Welt University/ Downtownand

1028 N.MAIN ST. MIKELL'S SEWING MACH. SERV. IF T.Umie QuikSaveQuTilririn

:I GAINESVILLESHOPPING CENTER 815 W. UNIV. AVE. 373-1355 / 1(20 W. University (Carolyn Plies, )

SpecialsBENTIEY '

SCOTCH $3.59
.. JTH :(/ '\ ,

II II pounds59c


Sturdy woihoblo cotton
GIN. $$2.99 long looting draw string 22'
Liquid .
II II II J x 38" six. Perfect for
STH homo, school, laundry c ut,
PLANT FOOD :.a- camp, troYel. $1.29NO

ONLYThCUfnive1tty 30 off now $1.69The LIMIT!

Inn Kilgore Seed Company
of Asgrow Seed Company 1Miwj
1901SW RF/1 illoalt w1s1 MoR[
1 13th STREET tws t attwewN smta
PHONE 2-6333 1315 NW 16th AVE. FR 6-64S9 521 N.W. 13th St.

CYPRUS TONIGHT IS drive in for a Save on Christmas Gifts NOW!

PICKET FENCE real thrill! G. E.Steam and Dry $8 98
** .
1 t iaui "Sneak Preview" IRONS .


West Bend ElectricPERCOLATORS. '$9 95

Whit or Rodwood Finish . .

Sections 3 Foot '29: ANYTHING CAN USUALLY HAPPEN DOES ti1 and of French Reg.regular 85c Fries order 6 5 C Royal Pyrex juice Comfort Storage Jars. 07 71*

Lunch tt I:30am.to 2:05pm. $1 Z95
Add loauty to Your Ground*-Uio AroundFlower Di...,4:30 81OS: 8.:OJ p.'m. Electric Blankets
Idt-Com'n-Wolkt-Drf.'y.! Lunch& .
I : P tlot Etc., I.., T. Install Youraolf DaY"" tIITi 5 2 YEAR WARRANTY

Hundred of Other Bargains

224 N.W. ttk AT*. Phone 372-0476


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$57 y

45-PUco JUolmot $1.00 SET 1-4.B. GALLON
DinnerwaroSZALE'S r hsyr.d Mer
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= $1488 67cm r.t..e.

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