Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00220
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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 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00220
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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in the NEWS I Official- Weather Roundup 1 War ChestIs Duval ParentsPonder

LBJ TookGainesville Growing

L L 1n7At Against Fidel Loss OfAccreditation

C MIAMI (APAn exile committee

of Cuban millionaires,
It's official now: Lyndon A ewtorolly' Isle" .... 'lid headed by rum distiller Jose
Johnson defeated Barry Gold- WMXOMUV Cool spin tonight withlowoil
water In the presidential campaign in Alachua County.The B C Fair through Wed- In raising a war chest to topplethe

score, as added up, rechecked nesday. Low tonight in the Cuban dictator, TALLAHASSEE (AP) -What a Florida university, the Boart
and certified Monday 40s. High Wednesday In. the At the same time, the Cuban college-bound 01 Control says he must be a

afternoon: LBJ 13,483, Goldwa- 70s. Variable mostly north- Representation In Exile (RECZ) happens to attending that a public student from an accredited sec-

ter 11,151. east winds 5 to 12 miles an whose birth was financed by teen-ager school which lost accredItation ''ondsry school, have a "C" IVerage

This I is a alight change from hour. Bosch, reported a worldwide high and score in the top 40per (
0 S f O M I Pal through ?
the final, unofficial results announced WMnotdiy Low tonight' M Iho Mi. Cuban exile military! census continuing parents may be cent In the 12th grade test
.. Duval County
High WKlfloodoy I In II no Mostly
Friday night. norm ond rwthHit WInds I to IS H Into Its fourth month. wondering.The given all students.Unofficially .

The official results also show mIMI J -1ft fair Sour, through W dno.doy. Low "It will take time, but I am Florida Committee on Ac- the board said
Jachua County voters turned tonight to Itio on,. High Widnouloynoor optimistic," said Bosch, chairman has recommended students are admitted without
down three proposed amendments II :'..North on hour W'd, mrthooot wlnm Ito of RECE's finance committee -the Southern Association of Colleges uestlons If they meet these re-

to the state constitution, toulsItS K 7S Pal,",14155 throuplI WMosseey WidnoiWy.sour LowNorthooitorly 00. asw. "QII' comprising 14 wealthy or and Schools drop 15 Duval ulrements.

numbers 1, 4, and 11 Sour. winds II M IS mum GAINESVILLE WEATHER formerly wealthy Cubans, of the County high schools from its accreditation But If they don't meet the requirements

Haydon Burns' final tally In on UMnATUUI suewelse Municipal Airport read.JecklOllYiliI money drive. He declined to die !list Nov. 30. ?
the governoshp race was 10,- N L Prn,. close-the amount already col and universities, 'We are not concerned with
Briefly'A' 74 4 0 Ings for 24 hours to I a.m. today Most colleges
674, to 1,495 votes for Charles MOmI TOmeS ';. : : High 75 at 3 p.m.; low lected. Including those In Florida, ask this problem now, said Iheboard

lolley.Spessard. AlaMo,,, I,' :: 47 at 6 a.m. Rainfall: None. Bosch, chairman of the boardof for a degree from an accredl .
Holland won reelection to orlowo State universities were not
souse .s II CIDAII Kav noes Bacardi Corp., said he Is donating ted" high school for admittance.
to the U. S. Senate, Now Cml IS M TuoKoy High ot IV: om 0115Wouflugt $10 to $13 thousand I Hundreds of Duval County students -much clearer on the problem.
''' 54 17 ':M ,."' Low ot II:II nun Sod 11.SI
with 13,018 votes to 5,512 for CIl,00o 5. II *.... monthly. lie said an exile referendum could be affected. Dr. Murray registrar
Claude R. Kirk. 0000o CIty 71 JJ MAO.IN1 'OIllCAIT of Florida State University, said
000_ II so lAST GULP] Vorloblo, MIMI rwntlynorth. at which the five- "This Is a most
Certified vote returns on the PI. Wore 71" .., "As far as we are concerned
i to II mm throughWt member RECE was approved, thing to have happened, said we
L. A1t 55 $I." lnt doy Pal
amend will continue to
proposed cost him more than 150000. the Board of Control. accept students!

ments were: RECE, while Insisting it Is nota In order for a Florida high from Duval County schools as

K Amendments turned down by government In exile, is making -school senior to be admitted to I long as they are accredited bythe
county voters Number 1, reapportionment Catholics Argue State Department of Educaon .
5,729 for, J.U a bid to prepresent and exile coordinate In Florida."
widely divergent
against Number 4, to permituse More About' Dr. Kenna said, "FSU Is part
anti-Castro action.
of school fund principal for Nuclear groups 01 the department and as such
capital outlay, 5,223 for, 822 Weapons' "We maintain excellent rela. Bus we follow their accreditation
against. Number 12, extending tons with the U. S. governmentsaid policies."

period of time for second gas Jorge Mas, RECE memberin He said FSU Is a member ofthe
VATICAN CITY (AP) An and desire for
a burning
charge of public relations.
tax, 4,281 for, 8.414 against. exces.1 From Pane 1 Southern Association also
American and British oivp
a power are will
The military! census continue -
Amendments approved In A'- I "But we are not turning our
achua County Number 2, regarding 'archbishop argued In the Vatican -peace. "until we start enlistment the place," he reporter "firston backs on the association The

1 terms of offices crested Ecumenical Council today The schema urges settlement I.Mas said. He said he did not the side and then on the roof first body which we look to Is

by Legislature, 10,577 for, against a general Roman Catho- of disputes between nations by know when that will be, 'but and then on the floor." the state department. For
It tile lunl lie denunciation of all nuclear treaties Instead
Wlrophoto of force. But It "
3,248 against. Number 3, school "probably In 1965. Some 35,000 "They were pretty calm, of state students, the associationIs
bonds for capital outlay, 9,351 weapons They said such arms nays defense against aggression forms have been mailed to said) Winder) "It's amazing how Invaluable but since
we are
be for legitimate I is not Illicit aD
might required after
Transplant History for, 3,783 against Number 5, peaceful exiles to catalog military capa- kids that age can measure up. part of the state departmentwe
defense. discussion has been exhausted.
appointment or election of su tilities, he said. They were helping each other look to them."

Little Todd Klemz, 113 months, la obvious to the perlntendent In county school Speaking on a council propos-! Military commander of RECEis out of the overturned bus and If the State Department of Edcation .

medical history he may be making as Nurse Sharon In some counties, 8,728 for, 3"' al 1 that nuclear arms be "utterly Blame Capt Erneldo Oliva, one of showed no signs of panic." takes action on the recommendations -
Rohr holds him at University of Minnesota Hospital.! 517 against. destroyed and banned," Auxll- Fog some 250 Bay of Pigs Invasion The bus stopped rolling In aback of the associationthen

Looking on Is Dr. Karl F. Abmlon. head of a teamof Number I, appointment or amy Bishop! Philip Hannan of In[ CrashA officers and trained at U. S. yard at the bottom of the what?

doctors who transplanted a liver from a 2-year-old election of superintendent I In, Washington, D. C., told the assembly Army camps until recently I bank. "We hope the state depart
girl who died to the baby in the hope It will\ save his Taylor County schools, 1,568 : About 4,500 other Cubans also I Donna, who was unhurt, ran ment doesn't take any action butwe'll

life In seven previous liver transplant attempts the for, 3,431 against. Number 7, "It Is false to say that nuclear heavy blanket of log was receive such training. 10! the nearest house and called cross that bridge when we

recipients have died. Todd wall born with a liver defect continuity of government during -arms cannot be controlled. ,blamed for an early morningtwo Oliva one of three top Bay of i'her father's clinic. Her sister come to It," he said

and weighs only 14'/a pounds. disaster. lUll for. 1.958''There now exist some weaponsof car collision today which Pigs military chiefs, said these Pain suffered only a bruised The registrar of the Unlver-

against. Number 8, duties' of very precise limitation. Their resulted in minor injuries to a men and others' with military knee. nit)' of Florida, Richard Johnson

ROCKEDDlonne commissioner of agriculture, goal Is to defend freedom from slatka man.GaInesville experience In Cuba will form said "no qualified applicants for

S Warwick, year-old 1,2114 for, 2,989 against iggresslon." police said the he nucleus of a large anti- More About 1965 will be rejected because of

American rock 'n' roll singer, Number I civil trials In Dade Archbishop George Andrew crash occurred on N. Waldo Castro being planned. a loss of accreditation of his

was hit by a trolley bus on a County branch courthouses, 9,. Beck of Liverpool, England, Road when a car driven by "Every' sincere anti Castro chool."

fog'shrouded Glasgow, Scotland 369 for, 2,355 against. Number speaking for more than 70 Dora U Smith, P. 0. Box 1150, movement In exile will be Invited LBJFrom The key words In that statement

street Monday night In 10, Increasing number of judicial -prelates, said the council attempted to turn Into a driveway to cooperate In the effort," are "qualified" and

front ot the Odeon Theater circuits, 9,369 for, 2,752 should not condemn the possession missed Its mark, slid off Mas said. Page 1 "1165."

Witnesses said Miss Warwick sgalnst. Number 11, additional and use of these weapons -the road shoulder and was Established activist exile Johnson said "The loss of acreditation -

stepped from i bus Into the path method of revising state constitution as essentially and necessary -:struck by an auto driven by) Max groups generally agreed to keep It Is regarded as most unlik simply cannot be

of the vehicle. She was treatedat 8.3S5 for, 3,770 a alnst. evil." M. Chalker of Palatka. I an open mind on the RECE pro Iy! that Johnson will send Co.. considered as a trifling matter

a hospital for bruises and Number 13, Sarasota County The British archbishop said Officers said thick fog ob- posal. Meanwhile, they continued -areas a budget that large He 1.1 UF' cannot ignore such an ae

cuts, and returned to the theaterIn homestead exemption plan, 7" governments had a "grave scued Mrs Smith's vision.' : with plans of their own. expected to try to keep It under tioa However, In considering
time 'for her scheduled performance nations Chalker was taken to Alachua $100 billion, although White the
253 for, 5,051 against duty" to defend their RECE members besides Olivs applicants, we will place
but couldn't .go on and that the council should not General Hospital, where he was House sources say he has yet 10 tile emphasis on achievement ,
Mas Ernesto
stage. "demand of governments that treated for minor injuries and are Freyre, decide on a target figure. grades and test scores."
More About released Mrs. Smith unin charge of foreign( relations; Au-
was Last talked
they decide on a unilateral year, Johnson 01 Projecting Into the future t ,
NEW KELLYThe abandonment of nuclear weapons. -jured. relio Fernandez Diaz liaison, submitting a budget of'$103 Johnson was mute He repeated
Total damages were estimated -and Vicente Rublera, labor relations billion or more. In the end I he .
that for 1965
United States has a.new 1 ,,UF will considerall
Colin Kelly. I. Labor: Bishops at the Vatican Ecu- at ( oo. No charges were flJ.ell. came up with the recently revised qualified applicants The

Lt Colin P. Kelly III, son of menical Council are debating total of W.2 billion, which qualifications wilt be those as

the World War II hero, sent a nuclear warfare and the weapons Civil Service More About was lower than the budget staled In the Board of Control

telegram to his mother Mrs. J. The reigning Miss TeenAge From Page 1 It puts at mankind's dlspos- prepared a year earlier by the manual

Watson Pedlow of Media, Pa, America, Jeanlne, Zav- aL This la the subject of the Exams Open late President John r. Kennedy. "T.TF.IS not prepared to slate

Monday night announcing the eel, a 17 year old brunette majority Is enough to allow him final 750-word section of the Cuba Beside seeing McNamara and J yond next year" he said

birth of a son, Colin Brent Kel from Falls Church, Va., In a to call the parliamentary tune. council's schema on modern For Nurses Rusk on the budget, the PresIdent At the. University of South

ly. The child, born Sunday In reflective mood Monday recounted Even If defeated on a snap world problems.At Applications for nursing as- From 1 is expected to meet at the Florida In Tampa, registrar

Munich, where his father Is the highlights et her Commons vote, they said, Wit- the heart of the current slant civil service examlna Page ranch Wednesday with other Frank Spain said, "with the

stationed with the Army, weighed reign. She said her generation son could demand a formal vole discussion is not so much type.. tons are being accepted by Department last June was taking Cabinet members. graduate of any unaccredited

8 pounds, 13 ounces. "Is one of Involvement, of confidence next day and getIt. of weapons, aays a clerical exert he Lake City Veterans Administration the position that while the school we Scrutinize the total

He I Is the first child for Kelly from politics to social Snd Thus, barring an upheaval > on arms problems, as the Hospital. Soviet Union was ilvini the Castro Panel ProgramAt record and ask for an additional -
and his wife, the former Mary inside his own party, he wouldbe effects of weapons, especiallyon explanation and possibly an
civic problems. Her successor The U. S. Civil Service Es- government l Increasing control -]
of Denton unlikely to lose office Invontarlly noncombatants.The PKY "
Margaret Cooper for 1965 will be selectedIn miners Board said most of over the missiles, It could, Today I interview.
and could pick his own schema section notes that
Dallas Texas I the vacancies for the $3,680 not confirm that
Md.Lt. Friday operationalcontrol
Kelly'i father, Capt. Colin time for calling new elections to I the human race Is "terrified by; annual "Teacher Education Fun .
night.CIIIJ1ICIIILL starting salary Job are had transferred to More About
P. Kelly U, went down Dee 10, seek a bigger mandate. new weapons capable of dstroylng <- at the Lake City hospital but the Cubans. Ion of p, K. Yonge" will be
1941, three days after Pearl The government closed the the entire human faml. the topic of a special panel
the list of eligibles may be used McCloskey said the current
Harbor, with his bomber after debate Monday night with considerable -ly." program sponsored by the PTA Viet Nam
to fill vacancies In federal agen- U. S. estimate was that "no
ordering his six crewmen to bailout Sir Wlniton Churchill says room to maneuver on' The "barbarity of war stand des in the surrounding area. more than a few thousand" So tonight at 8 p.m. In the P. K.
damaged duringan the steel Issue, the most contr out In entirely new light,"
of the plane he has agreed to the Issuance 01 an i Information Is avail I able viet Yonge library.
attack on a Japanese war a long.playing record album of venial part of Its program. the schema continues. It say through the executive secre primarily military in personnel training ,and engaged advisory Faculty members of the College From Page 1
ship his including The Labor program calls for there Is no true peace when of
speeches manyof tarp Board of U. S. Civil roles, remain In Cuba. Education and P. K' .
the famous ones of World "necessary public ownership"of wars are merely postponed by Service Examiners, Veterans While Yonge will serve as panel par. Suu also conferred with U.S.
acknowledging that the
War II. the Industry Power Minister an equality of weapons. It adds Administration Lake ticlpants. These include Peter Ambassador Maxwell D. Tayor. .
Hospital, Soviet forces had limited military
Fred Lee In elaborating I thegovernment'l that words and actions which -
The former prune miniate CIty Fla.; local post offices capability, he pointed out Olivs Donald Avila. Thomas J. .
said Monday night some are case, demanded spread hatred, contempt, vengeance md the Atlanta Region, U. S. that the Soviet personnel was I Moffett, Janet McCracken, Annie -' The Immediate danger of
speeches made in the House of state ownership of "the main or suspicion "or even Civil Service Commission, 240 scattered throughout the Island B. Green Charles Hende demonstrations appeared to
Commons and heard part of the Industry. stir up an excessive patriotism", ion and J. B. Hodges.A have abated somewhat Ace
only by Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, Ga., and were not regarded as an.
those present st the time. 30303. organized combat force. I. question period will follow Sunday, when a show of force
the panel discussion. All Inter. by government security fortes
I It reported from other
BRACED Dirkseu Halleck lIe Faces Three sources was that the current estimates -,ested parents ire Invited to at- caused demonstrators to dill

place about 2,500 Soviet tend this special program perse.
Comedienne Caret Burnt Stiff Charges Various factions have demanded
meeting. I
officers and men in Cuba. It also
wears a neck brace as s he of Suu
leaves N.wYork' SANFORD (APA 44yearold was reported that there have the resignation

Hospital Keep Hands Off Geneva man faced three [beet no substantial withdrawal Q lJ i tttarits i and Tran the Van government Huona They of Premier com

serious traffic charges today of Soviet personnel since last
for Joint '
Pm ewwr.5 ,. .
smwows -. plain that weren't consulted
Diseases Men- after striking a 13-year-old girlas ..Ode. "11-
day. The actress I By JACK BELL Goldwster, who picked Burch she alighted from a school ELLA BAKER about the Cabinet's composi-

has been I WASHINGTON: (AP) .- Although -and wants him retained as national Mrs. Ella tion.
bus.Seminole :More About Frances Baker, 12,
in the hospital they are Interested In I chairman, has made It I County Sheriff J. L of 2045 NW 3JU Dr, died Tu...
since Oct 11 the outcome, It won't make clear he recognizes that the Hobby arrested Charles Kettering -: day morning at her

for treatment much wactkal difference to party's record is made In Coress. II about a mile from the scene RedsFrom home in Gainesville. daughte

Singer Fran Warren, 31, appeared of a back andneck i Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of lllUols [ of the accident Monday and She here -
after a Criminal Court Injury. A 1M" and Rep. Charles A. Hal- "This Is the historical place charged him with drunken driving. came FoLauderdale r t
leek of Indiana whether Dean where 1 a year ago and was
the real
hearing New York Monday spokesman said political power leaving the scene of an accident Page
where she waived a bearing she'll be confined and receIve Burch Is forced out as RepublIcan -rests," he told a post-electlo and having no driver's li-' a native of Rockmgham Cou -

Ktkiaon further treatment In her apartment national chairman. news conference In Phoenix, cense ala at such a meeting on unity, ty. Va. She was a member of WIllUMI M*. MM*. Funonl f\
to await grand Jury Because Burch was one of Arts and not schism. the Church Ihe Brethren InBrldifwater. too iw .... wtiiMt' oni M MMfJ '"
The Judy Klnnard of Geneva *
charges *f Illegal smrrot- I girt 4 00 OT wenowiw NOWPI-I
those who engineered the The defeated Brexhnev raised Va. I,. CIMPOIo. .''''
campaign presidential !listed In fair a toast to Iou 4 of OwmR oVm ..
"I feel I'm was .. ..
lei potiesiloa. Survivors T. w-w 00rM f.J
AWARD la which Sen. Barry Gold--candidate said he plans to at Seminole Memorial Hospital Zommunlst unity Monday at a laelvde three 00.Mtt tvMol win 01 00 11"
finished. she laid newime rater was solidly defeated la "work hand and glove" with farewell dinner for foreign delegations -daughters, Mrs. T r a DC.. H. p-os, c-... seam WID ...'lO"sO
.. West Point's "lone with a broken back. Kettering Dos.. M1l4W0. ow. wacow.
have 10m e 1-
"I feel Til my
prove his bid for the presidency, some Dirksen and Halleck. But Col after Michael, Gainesville .. A0. ow.WIllosow .
leaving: (he weekend : Mrs. Nd III IW 55 ...
Innocence rather this them end, Capt William S. Carpea- said he didn't know ke bad III Would
Republicans are hunting for the water Is the Senate In Catherine F. McConnell I V
leaving celebrations. There Fo .
Felicesay Itr Jr., has been decorated struck 11'1110 r t t Icc-os c's ,ovosd I' 11' 54PW ...
guilty. : anyone. .
peeving me again for meritorious servicein chairman's scalp. 'January and may not always be word whether Chou responded. Lauderdale; and Mrs. Vernie K.Eddins Tit. wsewow.y S 11

they found lour ounces of South Viet Name The Senate and House Repel!). '.around when the GOP) leaders Tsai, the Soviet news agency Arlington, Va. a non!I
marijuana In her New York guerrilla lean leaders have avoided getting -decide to file off a policy stale Tlumksgh-ing said a "warm and friendly at Robert S. Baker HyattsvlOe I

apartment. war.The Involved In this controversy. !iitent ': At Iclvlttild mosphere'1 prevailed at the din' Md. two brothers FIend I Gainesville Sun
bronze star was They know that the recordthe I The Republican governors South Port Republic Va
I ant nero and
MACMILLAN presented to Carpenter Monday party carries Into the 1964 also are talking about contributing Fifth sixth graders at Chess and the Soviet leaders [Isaac Smith Mt Crawford.Va.. A iuwd .eenwga CPen4dee

Admiral DwaU B. MacMU- for "courage, competence and elections will be forged In Congress to the party dialogue ta aa Idylwud School wUl present a assumed be ''a sister, Mrs. Salome Hartman ) and $indoy "=W'
devotion to duty" while at to are to bargainingever *"* by 'Sue Geowsulill POe'
serving and not national effort Thanksgiving program
sunshineon the to Influence Its future
Ian enjoys November adviser by Chinese terms for aa indefinite Westover, Md.; six grandchildren **w>0 Company 101 i*
as aa to a Vietnamese night's 1'1.meetJn&. r..I
committee. mine But while JW dwri .
the porchof they probably and 2noJ *. PerU*
of the verbal seven great grand
his harbor-H batt.sl1olllrom July 1M3 to June There have been torn cries could Influence the national The program beings at I p m suspension cI end mtwtd .t Mcond clowortor
front home atr for new and younger faces lathe committee: members of their The meeting will be b the hMttUtle between Peking and 1cIreD.Rt'BY no *,. *., 0 lceGomotvill se
1964.Carpenter The Red Chinese... CRIGGS Skjride.CIICUUTtOM .
twice wounded In school cafetonum. The school Is Moscow. .
_ thetipotCape 9 leadership roles. But Dirk states to voting there are members -
Cod where he] action against the Communist ei and Halleck appear to have from 33 other stales who Just south of the WDlistoa Road Indicated hi recent statements Ruby Crlggs, tATIS IT
marks his tothl Viet Cong guerrillas, won the fortified their power base and have no GOP) governor to guide between S. W. 44ta and 43i that they expect the Kremlin to 74, Box 8. ".:do,died of a heart OSaill 0* MAILI
silver star for heroism when his I A wtnIIft. renounce most of Khrushchev's attack Monday alght b a hospital W.ok .4*
to- teem unlikely to be presented them.
birthday ] --lndudut.1 here.Surviving. I .... S).IfPEOPLE
day. MacMIH I unit fought III way out of a Red with any serious challenge from Dirksen and Halleck can't miicle* I IICIl*
Ian. a veteran trap on Dec. :2S, 19Q. within the ranks of their follow.en. -always pt a majority cf their Close Library Stalitttatioa and peaceful ce i are her b u s band. s'Me_1obCr".aodlft '- -
of nearly Ml The captain earned his nick Republican blocs to go along existence with the WestBrtthncr So\'lrtl T C Crlggs: sac daughter 505W. eO Aoodot luriss 0ow

voyages north, ) name as a West Point foolbal The national chairman Is with them But when the chips Wednesday reafRrmed \frs Dnrotny: R. Doles Wain- .......,-

Is the last sur- player, when he was the key ,invited\ to sit la with them and are down the tw. leaders usually The GauiesviQe Public Library -adherence te Khrushchev's coexistence -I ssgtnD.C: : a sister, Mrs. en -. w. e.owen .-
vlvor of the successful Meet )I man In a novel formation tha' rther members of Congress< In can come through with the aiR be closed on Wednesday policy during a meetIng Florence B. Roan Washington; :=. .c-= III ,-.,.
-Pole expedition of Admiral Robert had an end stationed far to the weekly meetings during the nearly solid support ot their b observation of Veterans laU Friday Bight chess iA'oof : and I granddaughter and araodIDII. -- -- -mWC -
E. Perry In M0 side of the line as a flanker jesaints. members Day. Join to the applause. ...... ow WID ...-.

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1. Report the mw flit/ And Impartially In the Caws columns. There !II eXI.ifr.lloD th.re, but 10 headers wilponotw;
2. txpms the opinions of the Sun In-but only "In idltflrials.. ney. be expected th.t Republlc.ft
and It la to
3. Publish ell lldti of Important conlwvtrtlol IlIu,,. caterwaul over the corpse of their party and mike the effort

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 10 given bring over It to back the to qualification Uf*. Meanwhile of tile considerable attendant physicians thought is,

i who contributed
centering on the question whether anyone
?S rrk. I 1 1gN17 conspicuously 10 the Party' illness I la presumptively qualified

With Us to nurse It back to health. Mr. Nixon, for instance, has
NAT9NS l challenged Governor Rockefeller's future usefulness

I Civil Rights Act ProgressA D directly to th. Party Rockefeller, h. says, I is "through" as a Republican -
having behaved as a"lpollJport.
UNITED NATION'S NOTESAt leader outside New York State
the United Nations men M.r ." B Mr. Rockefeller takes the lead In frying to

report by the newly-created fed teams to find adequate accommodations. talked sadly of the more mel dump Dean Burch, Mr. Nixon concludes, the effort to replace

eral Community Relations Service ancholy aspects of Barry l( Burch will collapse.
Goldwater'i almost total
shows substantial compliance with failure. He failed not I only s ". .' SiS: IT IS, REALLY, extraordinary how many people who dl. : I
One of the most deeply felt grievances
the 1964 Civil Rights Act, at lust in himself and his country, but rectly contributed to Senator Coldwater's; considerable defeat :
of Negroes has been the discrimination the Western alliance as well "WEVE TRIED EVERYTHING ELSE "" should D* expressing such annoyance
the larger cities. by businesses offering "T b e Communist powersare at him for being de

split apart," said a European feated. If one attaches
services to the public. Prior to enact. a sea
The service surveyed 53 cities, ment of the federal civil rights law, staff member In PLEA FOR MODERATION anchor to the keel of a racing
discussing the campaign."Yet. vessel, one should neither be
those with than
more 50,000 population traveler
going Wash
a Negro Mr. Goldwater's contribution when
surprised the boat loses,
in the 19 states that lack sUte ington, D. C., to Miami had to travelan to this complex and The Voters' Voice nor Indignant at Its skipper

laws barring discrimination in public average of 141 miles in order to Important situation wn to for having lost Millions of

accommodations. In 51 of these find a place that would be willing to charge that President Johnson Americans refused to vote for

cities the service found more than provide him lodging. Of 634 demonstrations was soft on Communism. By RICHARD WILSON Party will lose the greatest for the weakest Republl can. Senator G o 1 dwster because

two-thirds of the hotels and theaters in 174 cities during three- "THE WESTERN Chief, opportunity it his had In two candidate who has come alongIn they had become convinced by
WORLD bound Itself together Cowles Washington Bureau generations to hold many years, and that his Republican critics
operating on a desegregated basis last
month period year, 302 were directed not by his Democratic
In 1945 In weakness was evident
effort to
an contain millions of voters who political
since adoption of the federal act. critics, from whom
against discrimination In WASHINGTON D.C. Republicans they expected
communism he he nom
continued deserted the Republican! Party long before was
Two-thirds of the motels also were places] of public accommodation. "Since 1945 the Amer will continue to last Tuesday. inated. Few Republican lead- criticism as a matter
howl each other down for of routine-that he was moderately

accepting guests without discrimination ican Presidents Truman G I Id-
Even more Importantly, the ers ever thought that 0 Insane. Cover
In 46 of the cities. In almost] all Compliance with the Civil Bights EIsenhower In two terms, months to come but what Is President, if he departs from water could be elected Rockefeller, defending nor himself
John Important to the future of the
of the 53 cities studied, more than Act may not be as extensive in small and Lyndon Kennedy Johnson In three In years one, country Is what happens I n moderation will lose a brilliant Against this background do?, agalnit i Mr.. Nixon'

two-thirds of sports facilities, parks Southern towns and backwoods areasas year, have marshaled all possible the Democratic Party and the opportunity to e n act what will Mr. Johnson the charges, reiterated all the
Into law substantial reforms The key to It I Is probably
and libraries were also] desegregated. alliance Johnson administration.President way Spain where he is
it is in the larger population centers strength and
budget he has been working
which will commonly ac vacationing after his long labors
but the Community Relations] spent millions in aid to thwart Johnson is experienced ceptable.If on for the past few week In behalf of the Republican

One of the biggest sporting events Service study makes clear that the communism Yet and k:this e e undisputed p the enough to know that attempts are made t o He has told friends he Is hav- Party, why he could not
affected by the law is the annual act can be credited with removing a peace.fact,,Mr. Goldwater and his victory was not wholly a force down the throats! of Congress ing trouble holding It to $103. support ,G 0 I dwater, citing
personal triumph. Not as
Sugar Bowl] football game at New major cause of Negro dissatisfactionand Mr. Miller argued that many people voted as In 1960 reforms which are not billion, which is not bad considering Coldwater's views on several
Orleans. The game's communism Is consuming us commonly acceptable, Mr. the population growth issues Including his desire to
promoters are unrest in important parts of the and this In itself reveals what "sell TVA."
and that the policy of the Johnson will find himself In of the country.
planning to invite inter-racial] teams, South. everyone knows, a very substantial .
United States has been one the same positions Franklin Fifteen task forces of various
knowing that the law's provisions percentage of quali- who been workon Now the Idea of
of surrender and appease D. Roosevelt was kinds have at selling TVA,
barring discrimination in hotels, motels Gainesville led the way in Florida, ment. So appalling was this both fied voters candidates were alienated by brought to a full and complete special problems rang In. which became a symbol of

] and restaurants will enable the even before the act, in desegregation. performance t h a tOil' Is halt In this regard by from foreign affairs to how Senator Goldwater' allege
forced to conclude that Senator Mr. Johnson needs only to the middle of his second to prevent I recession next activism, Is perfect as a casein

Goldwater could not have examine the results In New terra. year. Some new ideas are point here. I wonder why

Electronic been so unbelievably uninformed York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and coming along One of them Is the Idea of selling TVA is so

III Snooping but was willing to bused California to discover that MODERATION, moderation to kick back to the states's sacrilegious. Senator Goldwa

and refused to apply the anti Coldwater sentiment moderation should echo percentage of the federal tax ter Is made to sound ss though

Few of the nation's law-enforce. down air standards of Intellectual(hon played as large a part In his In the White House if the take on a no strings attacked it was his Intention to send
microphone a
a common
esty to the great Issue. big majority is did positive election returns are correctly basil.MEDICARE. troops into Knoxville during
I ment practices are so offensive as shaft to an apartment occupied by "How sad It Is that the support for him and his program analyzed there. Moreover the the middle of the night with

that of eavesdropping with hidden two men. After listening in on con- United States could not have The election returns whole atmosphere of W a s h- has a good orders to pull out a few strategic -

electronic devices. had a great clarifying debate said loudly: give us modera 'Ington needs to be cleansed. chance of going through Congress plugs and flood the Tennessee
versations police obtained a search a choice and not an echo," tion. Revelations of the last yearor In modified form Valley. What h* In fact

Three years ago the Supreme warrant and arrested the pair on lot declared the foreign observer. to have left a bad taste. As yet, there Is nothing to recommended was to sell to
"What a tragedy for all THIS WAS SAID by R e- the highest bidder the steam
That taste won't be
dissipateduntil that the President, will
Court held that evidence obtained tery charges.
by of us that Mr. Goldwater'scampaign generating plants that
publicans as well as D e m ocrsts. Johnson does something depart from a reasonably are engaged
electronic] eavesdropping" 'inadmissible was so lacking In In producing
was These voters were not about It. moderate His aim I electricity
in court if there had beenan Florida] argued there was no invasion content. It was an echo of old asking for the creation of. Mr. Job n i o n can easily seems to be course.to cut away at sell them to commercialusers

unauthorized physical invasion of of the apartment, but the Courtof fears and old prejudices, Johnson personality-Cult Let alienate many who voted for military posts In order to who would pay taxes,
of them depreciation
some among m a n- and for
the defendant's premises. In that Appeals for the Fifth Circuit saw kind's oldest, that of race for us put it frankly some vot- him If he now p If m l 11 s the have more for domestic pro- business. The concept compete of the
had driven real difference between en overcame their averil o n election to be a mandate fora grams. This was his general
case, police a foot-long no a spike- example. government regularly turning
to the Johnson personality to big grab by the city idea when he
politicians took
spike through the wall of a suspect's mike driven through the wall and a over over to private business enterprises -
THERE ARE GREAT Is be counted In favor of moderation Mr. Johnson should I after President K 11ne d y',
home and attached a listening deviceto microphone dangling in the ventilating sues. The Communist world and against extremism know that his administration assassination and still see m Ito emergency it has taken situations over in ,

It. shaft. The Supreme Court, at presently Is In disarray. A In every form. Is suspect on the grounds of be the dominant theme whether merchant marine I -

But that ruling didn't settle the least did not think it necessary to new government rules Rus- This places upon the President wheeler dealerlsm and special Defense Secretary McNa- ships after a war, or telestirs ;

question of what really constituted review that conclusion. sia. Red China does have a grave responsibility not privilege, and that this mara therefore plays an !Increasingly after their development is
nuclear power. India now considers to let down those who voted Is dangerous politically If It
an Invasion. A recent refusal by the Important part and fundamental to the maintenance
developing her own. for moderation, and there are persists or grows. The President Is regarded by Mr. Johnsonas of a predominantly
Supreme Court to review a Florida This has the welcome effect of Momentous changes stir I In signs that he realizes this. will have to rememberthat the No 1 man In his ad sector private -

case, however, helps clarify the mat. tightening restrictions on electronic Europe where General deGaulle -- Otherwise, the Democratic 25 million people vet e d ministration.
ter. snooping. An opposite finding wouldbe Is In slow decline.
All these solemn eve n 11 GOVERNOR Rockefeller Is
nothing more than an invitation to were a part of t h e campaign a very effective political I pedagogue

That case arose when Florida police even the well-intentioned courts and weeks. Yet the record shows The New Board of RegentsAn and could have reas-

officers with the consent of an police to make a mockery of personal Senator Goldwater talked sured hundred nf thousands
chiefly about how moral he Is Ll of New Yorkers i
lowered that SenatorColdwater's
apartment building privacy
( editorial from of educational problems.At "
agreed to consult
and how his country is unmoral with Bums, views on TVA -
The SL Petenbnrg Times) least one member who will be .
sworn In
especially m its capi four and his views
on whole
a ser
Florida voters wrote a declaration should have direct professional days later, but It Is Bryant ies of tother Issues _

OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS tal.The "Mothers for a Moral of independence for ties with the academic upon whom the law places being melodramatlzed by were his
pEAN _,
the state university system community. the
America" produced a television responsibility for initiating political ..
I critics In the effort to
week when STANDARDS FOR the
last they approved high this
film that was so pornographic major change In the discredit him.
If Mr. Rockefeller -
Amendment No. I In of these
I quality appointmentsare administration of the
and so likely to inflame Driverallies. and
others had don
motion legislation creating a provided by law They .
racist violence that such
The Mandate new Board of Regents to govern must be "concurred In" by It Is a thing, and If Senator
even Senator Goldwater was the univenitles the Cabinet Board of Educa- our hope thai Coy Goldwater's views had been
appalled by it. There was lit ernor Bryant will I pro ach more profoundly
Now the responsibility for tion and confirmed b y the this
tie humor In the campaign duty with a keen the
awareness margin of
carrying out the .0 t e r I' Senate. These two bodies i would
That the "Mothers For MoralAmerica" he has nt
By WALTER UPPM\N\: the Democrats win I Is hat of domestic and foreign policy wishes falls primarily to Gov. should exercise their I functions tunity to an oppor have been nearly so great.
The have and Johnson h down in should have IUp'plied and Gov. elect with stubborn climax his own ad- As It Is, Senator Goldwater Is
returns confirmed Kennedy a v e which was laid Farris Bryant Independence ministration's
It with film declared
In a most remarkable way worked carefully and de- the generation which follow. unfit to be shown a on the Haydon Bums.AJ'I'OISDIENT. to assure a top flight of advancing higher good record being blamed for a defeat that
the of the nation make the Democratic OF the Board of educa was largely the result of the
findings 1 liberately to ed the great depression and screens of American homes Regents. tion. Florida's I
polls, particularly the Harris Party represent the the second world war. by the man they wish to benefit first Board of Regents, with There have been disturbing and Junior colleges universities have lurid transcription of his I
and the Gallup. They reported center. So In the days Immediately Is both humorous and sadAt terms of members ranging up reports from Tallahassee that moved rapidly ahead Views by his fellow Republi
that Johnson and la th. to nine will be a major Governor Bryant intends to under cans.
Humphrey This surely primary after election It i la too early the United N a lions one years Bryant
would win by a majority In mandate of the 1M4! election, and In fact beside the point, feels the problems of ,1In. turning point for higher education reappoint members ef the
the range between SO and 70per a mandate to both parties to to attempt read Into the returns tions Many are over In Florida. It Is a Unit present Board of Control if IN an, HE Initiated a W- This is not to say that Senator -

cent of the votes cast, seek their strength and d e- and outline of the policies lated, abort of money- popu-and that should be done with the they wish to serve to seven million bond Issue for univer Goldwater didn't represent -

ind that this would give fine their Issues within, not of the Johnson adminis technology. Their social problems greatest of care. of the nine places on the new city expansion. His Commit- a shaprly different posi-

them a landslide majority against the prevailing con tration. It is too early also are made more com- The standards that should board. tee on Quality Education has tion on the proper course of

In the electoral college sensus. Senator Goidwi let to attempt to read Into the plex by the Immediacy of political guide these appointments art THIS flOCLD HUE the worked to !Increase the publie's American government He
The returns confirm also the took the Republican Party Republican disaster a proscription needs. -Above all, the board advantage of providing continuity understanding of educational truly did. The course he set Is

predictions of the leading! down to a catastrophic defeat for the party s salvation must not be used for the payment and experience duringthe problems. Florida Atlantic the only profitable one for the

intl -Goldwaler Republicans became he mad him- and survival. BIT SOME AMERICANS of political debts. transition. However, University opened durIng Republican party In the future
notably Governors Rockefeller self the leader or at least when Irritated about what -only citizens with a deep two members of t h e Control his term and plans were became the
of they view as failure of an allyto Interest In and concern for Board, Charles R. Forman a made for a new four year Republican!
and Scranton who the rallying point, an extremist
warned BIT THE FIRST lesson Party
rally to our aide, will say the university system should Fort Lauderdale veterinarian college at Pensacola The Institute was getting awfully ted-
the that the noml- rebellion against the
Is clear-
party for the Republicans does be considered. and Dr. McCalL for Continuing University lout and
"What it matter what Wayne parasitic In Its role
will of the of
of Goldwater would great majority
that will not U
they prosper the rest of the world thinks" -Members should p e awn an Ocala dentist h a v e not Studies came into being as the voice of the moderate
M a devastating blow to the Americans. The will of the they surrender, as they did at and moat
Thoughtful Americana an almost Judicial tempera- shown the grasp of higher i Important of all, a Democratic
Party In the lead- has prevailed over Francisco, and do net party
Republican majority San
ITS-million bond
that Issue
know U Is very Importantwhat ment for as Inpartlal well education needs shouldbe fmanc-
'jig Republican states of the him stand up for their own be the world thinks of us. big of the competing demands required of the Board of lag major expansions was ar> The
last and Middle East liefs. The returns, which I The world may be "too much of various units.Although Regents. We do not believeth proved fat WJ. papers reported l last
THE ELECTION: I Is. resounding leave the Republican Party Tuesday on s to New
with us late and soon, getting the board should should be reappolnted There could be lady
AT THE SAME time the vote of confidence In with virtually nothing more and spending we (may) not dabble In administration, Because the law sets up the fitting to no mere Hampshire who although aRepublican
the the of Pre II I d ent than handful of slates, way cap this record
eturns falsity of capacity a won
prove lay waste our powers aad numbers should be willing to new board on Jan. 1. 1911.S.these than for Bryant votid for Johnson
Jie claim which has been Johnson to represent' the will by racist votes. Is a squalid to start
put see "little In nature that is give the Job enough time for appointments will I be the Board of because she
Regents had
orward since the Roose- of the great majority. The and humiliating consequen c e with a been told that
ours" but be that as it comprehensive "homework! among the last official acts membership of
lilt days that there Is a campaign did not product a of the San Francisco surrender may. the world la with us.Even that win keep them abreast of Governor Bryant He has quality. the hi. best "Goldwater" would liD my
treat, silent latent majority preview of what his administration Christian churches, TV. Her neighbors carefully
if "conservative" Republics will do about the my- what Johnson should do explained that
trying desperately to avoid I such was
who win emerge a soon riad of specific problems with his victory and what the doing what Is a Christian dutyIn POTOMAC FEVER not Goldwater's Intention, that
the Republican Par- which It will have to deal Republicans can do with their
y turns as Its back on "me-too- with. The campaign did not defeat is as yet unanswerable the of greet race! ,worldwidetrauma have tried to By JACK WILSON Cowl Washington Bureau he was talking about TVA

am" and offers them "a product a debate about specific It Is rather lib tryingon shut the door against the Barry warns Republicans not to go oft halt
"nice" programs and this was the morning after an world, but It keeps coming In. machinery that's how you get the reputation of being trigger-happy up patty was adamant The ladys

The Johnson! majority 11Vjputabl fortunate For the real toutne earthquake to select the curtains It comes every day Into every fears were Just about u real-

: proof that the
American voters are In t..lie aot to map out a court forth houses which will lit built school hi America. image that will certainly be changed as soon u the election beta are paid. one they are of the urn !breed.
tponderani mass of the future. It was to beat and when the darnel his been Fina'ty! we must make and dnnt

niter, inside the two i* crush a rebellion\ against the studied and tile dust IMS set chokes and Clue giving ew When Sen. Humphrey won the presidency h* knocked himself riM out m Mr. jjunmopuuon
itawa. sad that the reason established and accepted line tied. to echoes. of a good job u Senate majority whip. Man, talk about backlash I belong la tilt leader-
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\ 6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, November 10, 1964

It South Africa Government Fights 'Little Black Box'

O New $ork ffllttr and is now seeking nothing lets Verwoerd'i government has has used television as such a coed In a short time in encompassing failing to keep up with civilized cent declaration. life and s consequent under"
than "the destruction of white firmly[ resisted pressure for deadly weapon to undermine I the destruction of white countries throughout .the The present nationalist government tog of "Afrlkanerdom. W
By J. ANTHONY LUKAS South Africa... television known here u "the the morale of the white man South Africa." world." represents the coun- this goes the fear of the

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa little black box" or "the bioscope --and even to destroy great empires The television Issue h a s become Mrs. Helen Suzman, the par- try's 11 million Afrikaners. The eralistic" political and ra
The governm e n t has The cult comprises those who (cinema) In a box." within U years that Mr. one of the most hotly debated -ty's representative In parliament Afrikaans language and Afrikaner ideas whlcb originate In
television I to
to bring Now, Dr. Albert Hut 10', Oppenheimer and his friends questions In South African \- said television was an essential culture are among the land and America.
moved to crush subversive alleged \-
a new South Africa. Iti leaders are
movement here the cult be Us minister of posts and telegraphs will do anything to use It here. politics. I means of Informing the most Important bulwarks of the Tight censorship would
to Oppen-
try hit declared war "They certain that with The nationalists _, Issues. regime. mos
of the "little black box." heimer, chairman of the open are ruling are public and airing public doubtedly eliminate
ful American Corp.power-, and on the cult In I statement to this mighty weapon and with at least in public firmly opposed In the last few years the government However, the government the overt political messagesit
According to the government, Anglo the government paper Die Vad- South African television largely to Its Introduction here.] has offered many reasons knows that South African television Is feared that some nu.
this Insidious movement has other "mlnlnlnteresll. erland, Hertzog said: dependent on British and American The opposition united and pro., for banning television. It .would be almost wholly would inevitably slip tlir'
"destroyed mighty e m p I r es" Prime Minister Hendrik "The overseas money p o wet films, they will also sue- resslve parties are Just as'has been called "too expensive dependent on "canned" Eng- Nevertheless, observers h
rmly for It ," "an unnecessary luxury," lish-language films. believe that Verwoerd's go
At their national congress and "the greatest destroyer of I The result, the government ment cannot hold out
over the weekend, the progresves family life In the western fears, would be a growing "An- longer against the growing
U. S. Farmers Face Huge Losses adopted a resolution condemning world." gllcizatlon" of South African ,lie demand for television.
I the government for However observers here believe
"persistently ignoring the pub- the real reasons are

\ From Worst Drought of Century... Uc demand. In this respect and I hinted at In Hertzog'a tIIo"l CHECK WITH TECh

CHICAGO (APAn autumn ter wheat and made forestlands water has been pumped to said the drought has extended II
drought described In some areas fire traps. (arms. !for more thn six months in : SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVO
as the worst In history has An Associated Press survey The drought has taken on 'four New England states. '. chck-up nf -
I turned hundreds of communitiesInto today showed that hundreds of major proportions In New Eng I IiHOWARD I Independent In-
Farmers scanned the skies Leek for the "81er TECH TV
emergency areas, threatened counties have become eligiblefor land which the U.S. Weather '
the nation's farmers with a federal aid at wells, streams Bureau said was the worst in grimly in the Midwest and -
malUmllUon-dollar loss in win- and springs have dried up andA the area's history..The bureau I Southwest as one of the worst WIIK IU N.W. Ifth Ave Phene 172-04
moisture shortages In the 20th OPEN FRI. TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT PLAN!
century began taking its toll on
Private Eyes Plan Bd. Revises the winter wheat crop. ..-, .... -

In California, the drought situation -

In Skirts was eased by a torrential "

ScheduleThursday's I rainstorm. Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON
Duc TV Meeting II I One of the hardest-hit states
on I. Colorado, where the state's

new meeting schedule for agenda includes a I entire $100-million winter-wheat
the City Plan Board will begin central business district plan crop Is near total destruction

O'Jfrni fork (Eimri this week, Planning Director I that Includes streets, parkinglots because of lack of rain. The '
David Godschalk said Monday.He I situation also was described as
NEW YORK Two t e 1 evi- said the board will take up parking policies and public critics! In parts of Wyoming and
slon networks plan to depict the planning matters on the second sites; a major street plan; western Kansas.
exploits of female private eyes Thursday of every month cluster development ordinance; The New England drought

or special agents.If and zoning requests on the third subdivision regulations; floodplain Jlagued an area from Pittsfleld
the actresses who play 1 Thursdays. zoning; night club definition \ Mass., to Hartford, Conn, and
these roles are to follow script and zoning districts; federal from
Godschalk said the plan was Mass, to Concord -
they will have to be unusually
planning application items; N.H.
developed of the
will be called
versatile. They zoning ordinance revisions ark
The Massachusetts
lengthy agendas the plan board Depart-
to use judo techniques Intending
upon has been handling and the staff status.The ment of Water reported 30 per
off villains and speak
several languages to combat amount of unfinished business plait board will meet at cent water shortage in October the LIVELIER gasolines!
successfully International crime. carried over from meeting to t p.m. at the Utilities Operations and described the situation as a .
The American Broadcasting! meeting. Center, ass SE! 5th Ave. statewide emergency
Co.'. female private eye will be Thousands of dairy farms are
called Honey West, an affectionate I short of water In Vermont and
name belying her tough I Federal Funds to Help New Hampshire. Can you ipot the star performer -

ness The character, a d a p t ed In Pennsylvania, the Crop | in this group?If inside the
from paper bound novels by Reporting Service said the winter ".
and the fuel tank of the
Humanities Is Pushed pump
G. C. Fickling, will be portrayed wheat crop has a poor start
by Anne Francis. Edgar in a state which has an $800- carl! Iff Dixie's" new champion

J. Scherlck, vice president of 0 Sffui Hark Ulmtt and women find nothing within million .grlcultur.llndustry. -Chevron?the livelier gasolines.The mod. '
for A.B.C., said that themselves, turn to trivial
programs By MARJORIE HUNTER they Twenty-five eastern Pennsylvania ern motor fuels that keep step with
'"Honey West" would become a WASHINGTON A renewed and the society to which they counties are eligible for
weekly aeries next fall, eitheras effort to channel federal funds belong quickly becomes socially federal emergency fed grain busy life of work and play. Choose from

an hour or half-hour .how. Into the humanities was pledged delinquent and potentially unstabje. and other counties are applying three great Chevron gasolines. Each offers

The Columbia Broadcast I In g here tonight by Rep. William 8 .. The humanities are the An official said that unless livelier performance.,long-running; economy
System's female special agent Moorhead, D-Pa. time tested answer to man' heavy rains come before the

will be portrayed by Polly Moorhead Introduced a bill In questioning and his need for ground freezes, farmers will be Besides, in Chevron and Chevron '

Bergen on what the network Congress last August to establish self expression." faced with a water shortage al Supreme you get Af tfcyJthe different

calls a "sophisticated adventure female a national foundation for Under the Moorhead proposal, winter Fifteen communities are antiknock compound that helps develop all
aeries. Described "a
as the humanities. No action was a national foundation for
the now on water
emergency .up.|
f James Bond," the character, taken the the power built into your car. Stop at
on proposal. and farmers
humanities piles
'C.B.S, Mid w UI, thl.':.mo.1 I would provide grants are
I J pe !
j Standard Go lively with Chevron
glamorous secret agent since Speaking to the deans oflne and loans to public and other hauling water for livestock. .
Mata Harl." graduate school. of the Association nonprofit organlzatlona concern. Last month was the dries h
The role of Mill Bergen will of State Universities and ed with encouraging and developing -October this century In Illinois
be adapted from the Selena Land Grant Colleges, Moor scholars, teachers and art Wisconsin is experiencing its We fake batter care of your car
Mead stories by Patricia Mc- head said that he will sponsor Ista. The foundation alto would second driest autumn sine
Gerr that appears In This Week similar legislation next Janu- award scholarships and graduate records were begun In 1192.
magazine. Filming begins next ary. fellowships In the human! Twenty-six of Minnesota's I.1
month with Jack Webb as the ties. counties have been designate STANDARDOlL
producer. "Science Is bringing greater Moorhead proposed that the disaster areas and M of South
and greater leisure to America -foundation receive fln.nclalaup. Dakota's 14 counties have desIgnated i
," he said "When
men port from the federal government drought areas.
lie Did What
and from private sources. Secretary of Agriculture Orville .
Bandit has Including foundations. He has Freeman has declared 1 14
The Man Said not yet decided the amount of of Michigan's M counties emergency .
\ federal funds he will seek. feed areas. More than J..
f\> PHOENIX, Aria. (AP) Loan Firm The proposed foundation 250 livestock producers have

< There are signs of confusion would be an independent arm of been threatened with liquidation
*I i around the Marlcopa County i Well Trained government, similar to the Na. of their estimated 38,480 head of
Courthouse now that the election Uonal Science
Is over.Assistant CHICAGO (AP-It) was blue Foundation. livestock._ __ _______ 4ILiW '
Monday again for the manager
'County Manager
Fred Dalzell recently told a of a North Side loan company WALL TO WALL WARMTHAT I .
office when a familiar robber
slgnmaker he needed a sign for
each member of the Board of took till Monday more than 1200) from the LOWER FUEL COST i iI I
Supervisors and would give him
the names after the election."We'll I The robber has looted the From The *'- -" '
loan company on three Mondays -
need three signs
In the last three months. NEW- f
ever, Dalzell told the slgnmak-
er, "each with the name of the James Sullivan, the manager'
elected official I on It." said the bandit wai a bit miffed KRESKY

last month when one employe
The signs\ showed up Monday.i
Chased him after the
Each read: "Name of Elected robbery. FLOOR

Official." Expressing disapproval of ,f.
tI I ouch action, the robber told em-

tr The world automotive Industry ployes on his third trip "This fURNACE
time, don't
get smart Stay
produced an
I here" (Oil er Gee) L _
t million passenger cars during
1963. About half of them were Well trained I a
v by now, everyone i r
The precision-engineered Kresky floor furnace
made In the United States. stayed put.Bryant .
t circulates heat evenly throughout the length and
breadth of even the largest rooms. Kreiky's exclusive \\rI\\ I
Diffus-O.FIo heat blasts eliminates cold
stops ,
Be Honored
Ip to spots, gives the whole family healthful heating al, } 4 r ,
comfort all winter long. Automatic thermostat control

; Associations low cost operation and installation
By Waterways

s s Farrls Bryant will be ly Mitchell, executive vice president Complete He.tie. Equipment Iu1 f/kk1 N 9'n

k honored at a special meeting to! ; Roy Miller county engineer $,.<. Heeters Well FymeeeiFireplace
10 night in Orlando of the Florida end Howard Weston, administrative
Waterways Association. assistant to the Units FUer Fvmeees
y Several Alachua County poll county commission I
g tical and business leaders will Featured speaker win be Col '
attend the program incited in g Herbert C. Gee West Palm I JIM VOYLES
S county commissioners Jack Beach, president of the stale as- :
Durrance G. M. Davis Claude Delation. y

Brandon and Edgar Johnson; The association will honor 419 N.W. 8th AVE. 372-5303 I it !
't Perry McGrlff. Gainesville engineer Bryant as a governor who furthered -! II

1 and president ol the water conservation and' luel.et Terms Aveileble Open Frf. Til 9 P.M. I. ......-.-__- ...
Chamber of Commerce, and Bil-
'C resources development [
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Tuesday November 10, 19C4 Gainesville Sus


ay + I \ ,, :7'f t tlfJL.! 31'1.' i Which Way for the GOP? \11\


the painful reassessment that must lurely take place,
rank and file Republicans (feel that hit Tuesday's defeat was
more I setback for Goldwater conservatism than for the
over-all cause of Republican conservatism.
According: to a survey of a cross-section of GOP voters, )
taken a few days before the election, there la a sense In
Republican ranks that Barry Goldwater was as much a radical -
as a genuine conservative Now Republicans would like
to see a popular leader emerge who will espouse a traditional
conservatism that differs from that of Senator Gold- BY REGION GOP VOTLRSi
water East Midwest Soitb West

The most ready example of the kind of man these Republicans Per Ceat Per Cent Per Cent Per Cenl

art prepared! to follow as a personality la former Should Control COPCon.ervative.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower But they would also like M 47 M S7
to see as their leader a man with a traditional conservative Moderates M 21 11 44
philosophy. Neither I S 4 (

Most Republicans believe the "conservatives" rather than Not sure 11 19 21 13

"moderates" should control their party In the future. At the It Is clearly evident that many Republicans expect wide
Federal Fountain same tune, the rank and lie of the GOP tend to believe spread activity to unseat the Goldwater group at the helmof
Building that the moderates will take over party control from the the GOP. And It also Is evident that Senator Goldwaterdoes

Last addition to the mall parking lot entrance to the new Federal Building ia in planning etages.' accordIng Goldwater A special organisation.survey of registered Republicans reveals that not now hold the poalUon of popular leader of his party.
he the mantle as titular /heal Republicans
to City Planning Director David Godschalk. This rendering prepared by Kevin Kelly of the City Planning the deep cleavage that split the GOP In this past election even though asked wears
Dent, shows the fountain area planned for the north entrance. The tree-lined fountain area includes is likely to continue Into the foreseeable future. were :
feel best the
Which this list do now represent
man on you
brick walled planters and wooden benches. (Sun photo) Perhaps surprisingly, only GOP voters In the West demurred real spirit of the Republican Party?"
from the general nationwide consensus that they I
would prefer conservatives rather than moderates In controlof WHO REPRESENTS SPIRIT OF GOP:
Baker Case PersonalitiesAre Medics HereTo their party In' the future I Total Republicans RepublicansGOP
All those who said they were Republicans were asked: I Voting for'ollnl For
"Which would you rather see In control of the Republican I Voters Goldwater Johnson
Talk At Party In the future moderates or conservatives?" Per Cent Per Cent Per Cent

All Out of Town' WHO SHOULD CONTROL r.oP1Republll'an. Eisenhower 41 34 41
Dixie MeetThree Republicans Nixon 11 1* 17
All Voting rot Voting For Goldwater 17 21 1

O New lurk Tlmr 'was "absolutely not true" Ralph Hill, plaintiff In the action Gainesville doctors will Per Republicans Cent Per Goldwall'r Johnson Scranton Lodge s 4 t 2 *1
Cent p" ent
By CABELL PHILLIPS i Callers at his office Monday against Baker, could not, be among speakers drawn from Conservatives 44 51 2tI Romney 3 3 I
WASHINGTON -AD prlncl were told that Baker had left be reached His secretary gave all over the United States who Moderates 33 2t Taft 3 S 3
>ale In the reported out of for the Los Angeles offices of a reporter a message from will talk at the Mth annual Neither I I I Jsvlts 1 0 .
ourt settlement of the $300,000 ,the Serv.U Corp,, of which he Carllner saying "A settlement meeting of the Southern Medical No lure 81 IS Not Sun 4 S I

Ivil damage suit against Robrt ,Is the principal owner. Long is under discussion Then Is Association Nov. 18-19. _J --- By any measure, of course, former. President Dwight/ D
G. Baker, former secretary distance calls to ServU headquarters nothing further to report" The meeting to be held In Eisenhower la the dominant figure In the Republican Party
McCall's ,
if f the Senate Democratic maortty 'I on the West Coast Hills telephone went unanswered Memphis, Tenn., will draw Publisher May today

disappeared Into silence were met with the statement all day Monday. more than 7,000 participants : However, perhaps of more significance then the high esteemIn
Monday. that Baker was not expected Abe Fortes who first repre- Dr. Herbert E. Kaufman will Step Into Curtis Post which Mr Eisenhower Is held Is the apparent vacuum that

Sunday night, according to there. sei\ted Baker In the case and speak Wednesday" Nov IS, on now exists at the leadership levels of the party, at least In

L:nited Press Internat I anal, Edward Bennett Williams, then withdrew because of his "Keratoplasty"Keratoplasty" Is the plastic O ftrui flork Jtinri | Bank of Boston ,and Its vice I I I.I.the eyes of the rank and file.FRANK ,
?aker said that the $30,000 set- Baker's attorney, was also reported close connection with the White of the cornea of the NEW YORK A. Edward chairman, Serge
(lement reported in the current by his office to be en House, was said by Newsweekto eye surgery Miller, publisher of McCalls has been helping WATSONSAYS

uue of Newsweek !magazine route to Los Angeles. Sunday have Intereceded with the Dr. Paul L. Adams will speak magazine, is the leading con over Its recurring Semenenkt'l'
night Williams reached at his other attorneys to withhold din. last :
Tuesday, Nov, 17, on "Emphatic tender at the moment for the yearHelps ,
'home here said that he had not closure of the settlement until Mothering of the Elementary presidency of the Curtis Pub- I "HaP. you had en Insurance >ttli-wi recently
TeenAgersShow read the Newsweek story, adding after the election. His office School Child" halting CoMiller I I You Overcome ?" Sit a pfO*' ll tl lndtpnd"t"Irtturenr -
: "I have no comment on said Monday that Fortas was Ag nt tomorrow I Lank tar the 110'

OffRoutines the case" out of the city. for the remainder -yourself Emphatic In someone meant else's Imaging shoes telephone declined calls Monday to take any j I'I FALSE TEETH I' Mil'r"... 1-1411
Carllner attorney for of the week
Dr. William F. Enacting will NATIONAL MOTICTION WICK
Directors of Curtis are ached Looseness and Worry ..
I, ... l-Mtt.
be a discussant Monday, Nov uled to meet on Thursday Ai, No sow a......,.4 or CM ul-*..
It, on "Saturt Une Recurrences MM b HIM
'I It was ;:.1"1w':1: .
Ilalol as Monday night tMk aa.Ile.ann.e *
NATO of Primary Bone Tumors ,
Agreement whether Miller I I 1 POW ew.pnnki.e' Mraw
J DALLAS, Tex (AP) Teen- ." i.questionable could be seated as the head of \| man plies oocntwtablt sole. uwm raid I"" .,webs.r.rme..uae eo UwfIM Suu Want A hers showed off legs, hillbilly More than 20 separate I kf UMM plies OH
Curtis at Thursday's meeting, P55 rts-tv ., ..r erase ........
Iccents and Inspiredy will the
poems grams pro.l ,
even If he agreed to take the
[ the late President John F Behind Schedule day meeting. I
ennedy at the Miss Teen Age Most of, the speeches a n < Job.
America talent Judging Monday symposia, Including the talks by His name was advanced sometime I ENJOY THE

LightiThe I By JOHN M. mGHTOWER nuclear plans of Its own. the -three Gainesville doctors, ago by Boyden Associates'
next time 10 of the 52 I AP Special' Correspondent The Labor party has advocated will be held at Ellis Auditorium, Inc., the management-consult '
ontestants perform, It will beli WASHINGTON (APThe that Britain get out of the general meeting headquarters. leg organization that Curtis has I FOOTBALL Games and Your Favorite Pro-
pageant semifinalists before United States appears to be nuclear weapons field entirely hired to help It find not only
national audience watchingS' ''reconciled, although reluctantly and rely primarily on the powerof State Hoard a replacement for Matthew J,
hour-and-a.half telecast to a stretch-out In the timetablefor the United States! for protection. I Culllgan but other executives at their best a ZENITH.Ohoace
''rldiy night. concluding a draft agreement Studies Oil Hid to work with that replacement grams on .

[ The girls rolled out of bed on formation of a sea Rusk apparently still hopes to, Culligan, chairman of Curtis,
day for a 7 a m. breakfast the borne nuclear missile lore get the Paris committee of dip TALLAHASSEE (APIThe) resigned as president and chief!1 I II
ial poise and appearance In- within the Atlantic Alliance lomats to conclude a draft I Stat Board of Conservation! his executive officer on Oct II World//Qua// COLON!
views and an afternoon "!ur. The timetable had set up a agreement!! If possible by the end under study today a request by; after he had been charged with
derby", judged by Yankee year-end target date for the of the year.Officials l Sun Oil Co. to develop Its He,t- mismanagement by two dissident .
lugger Mickey Mantle proposed agreement, which Is dry County field one-fourth as ,
J The talent tryout was a leggy being hammered out by working united States now say that the ,rapidly as state regulations directors.The
Iffjir. Nearly half the candl- group of North Atlantic Treaty certainly Is biter- require. dissidents, Clay Blair Jr. I
Lies wore figure-hugging leolards > Organization representatives In British in Labor whatever new Ideas the I Sun Oil wanted the board to and Marvin D. Kantor have !
from a rock,Parts government will since been ousted as senior vice w HANDCRAFTED
in their acts put forward and understands'set special field regulations allowing :j ..
Jn' roll ballet by Jeanne Chrlsto Belgian Foreign Minister Paul the need for one well every 110 acres residents of Curtis and are
Ihel of St. Louis Mo., to Char-;Henri Spilt said after a confer action for a t delay reasonable In any final instead of the required M sens wing the company, Its bank
lette Ann Sims' heavily ap,ence with Secretary of State Into 1WJ. The "reasonable time The board said It would hand and banking advisor for "un- j
lauded acrobatic ballet Miss Dean Rusk Monday that French toe" Is deflnltd by officials down a decision Now 20. lawful discharge" Cur t II'.
Kinu II from Minneapolis Minn. opposition to the nuclear-force here as Sun Oil argued Monday that bank Is the First National i iI
meaning a delay of
There were torchy' and jazzy project bad opened up a lot ofquestions
weeks and not months.British broader spacing would be good I I
but two of the standouts( that would take sometime
ancers I
I Prime Minister Harold for conservation and also would
traditional fan: a to answer. He dismissedtalk
tuck to
Wilson Is expected hen In about cost the company less l Wells' WEGOT
llghtfooted Up dance by Andrea of any final agreement in a month for talks with President cost some (200,000 apiece! I ILlndo..nrs ,
of Greenville, SC, the Immediate future
Lynn Ayers
Johnson U1 offIclals then protested saying'
done classical U.S. officials conceded today
and a beautifully to get some more precise Ideas broader spacing would produce COLOR
ballet by Debra Dlethelm of that the vigorous campaign SOBIG i
of just wbat nuclear smaller ,
Toledo, Ohio, who had troubles against the multilateral nuclear weapons profits per year contrary
plans the new British to their leases
government with SUB
MLT recently
with her recorded accompaniment force ,
has hi mmd. 1'I
launched by French President OIL I 'CAUSE WE

Then were torn of the more Charles de Gaulle has badly CHARGE SO UTTIE t'

publicized dances, too. The tangled an already complicated C '.nt.c.' front f 'I

of wildest the Frog was,a Watusl.shrugging Twist\version and situation.But the real reason for delaynow L i ..CONO.II : ti\\ built better for greater dependability

Swim with a little bit of wiggle- Is the fact that Brltaln'anew "3
wobble thrown In, by blonde Sue Labor government needs I I. Ii i
Elizabeth Bachelor. of Chicago some _time to develop NATO e M, A.I Inxi'MK* Li IlKMH ;: 11'1r;
,, )
TO MX AIIWS.Theiie + ,
I 100) %


GROVE, Pa. (AP-!urb that hell let rid of Leo si NO

Looking for t run grown, 300- soon as he can find a proper PRODUCTIONSHORTCUTS
pound lion for your backyard' home for him. announCing .X
Howard Sautter has one and He has no ID feelings' toward I
he'. looking for a new home for most of the neighbors who .
the he said In t *' "" PRINTED
([signed petition, NO
Leo."He's Interview. . .
tame, and so crippled
that he cant Jump two feet and I "Of the 50 or so who signedthe .

I'U pay $1.000 to anyone who can petition,"rye had trouble onothtr needed service for the people NO

prow be roars," Basher says with Just 12 be contended I : Gainesville, end surrounding 0'''. COMPROMISEWITH
But local authorities say Leo "One woman who signed the 1 QUALITY
petition. he related, "did so
without ever seeing or bearing
sure west 1a.wuOe's.a
a the Uoa. When she came and ;
that he gets a good home now I looked at him she apologized SICKROOM DEPARTMENTWheel Medecec eleelae sees04.y eM
than to keep him longer and Ire M |.*<*'_ e4 Sme4 WM..I vein $62500
have to give him away quick admitted she was wrong _0 end ...... ...... A/ee ........
later" said Sautter 52. a gas 1 sent her a bouquet of flowers 'rend P ...... eyn M Cft"yffwrt
station operator who has kept ," Sautter said. Chain, Crutches, Walkers, + "M< veeeae and MII4..

or Leo the in a garage cage la for I his the backyard past 21 I GIIS Students Cones, Colostomy and lleostomy Appliances ZENITH COLOR TV LOW At AI $39995

months. Sometimes, Sautter Elastic Stockings for M nand
would eves take Leo on Jobs j tIn Drive For
with bun seating him on me B Women, Both Tub Safety Roil, QIrA"ty MAKfS riit: PttiroRMANKE( DlfffRfUCEvp :

:tow truck Mat beside him. Cool Cafeteria __ Disposable Syringes and Needles, ,
But. the Abington Townshipeommnsanerl S $ .r Gold Video Guard 12 channel Patented! Coto/ Demodulator Orcwtor
after receiving a .1 and many other item. tuning system, nW new color hue tubes.bcfcswe .
I Gainesville Hip School alesdents IT I
from Sautter neighbor betas a twc- eek ....'. : 1 C Aasoenwt c.w: tad: oaf fCUttIy. I Pug Put Color .level ""trot.COUCH'S .
Lee was a public
ruled ,that
Indoor drive selling magazines EXPERT FITTING
uisance and would have to go.Sautter ,
Ont said he would today to hopes tf railing funds 608 N.
at iuy
ito air combtlM the GLIB rate. end SERVICE to meet
idll I. 'He dossal bother say'of +''lerta.Sponsored.
be said. gol ..t doctor'sspecifications Main St. WAYS
; lawyer and night UUs all I by the GlIB Sr> your

t- ...., lest Conned the sale will eflrrnubivMMM. r .o M 1-7171
Bale Saurer told a III'YIIIr lMerititfene II 1M different
futubr a.ghl that be hu, Tie ertool will receive NORTHCENTRAi FLORIDA'S LARGEST
|flanged a* mod and has old:t: SI per cent of the profit TV'
rJUttngtoa Township! commit.' hers the sales.: A goal sf woe Selection of ZENITH Radios Stereos -

goers to OU FMadaljfca sub.:IBM bee set.


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I Gainesville Sun Tuesday, November 10, 19<4

Exchanger ,. !I E THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker" r ElO ,

r Nears 7s :

The World of Sound '
z. Ticket Goal .. !
H Proceeds have soared to 11,- I
150 for the annual Exchange a rrea

H Club charity ball, with profits I 3Trm fork iTlmri tern employing two U OHM speaker system containing two 'tenuatori put on Errol Garner"
:. ear marked to support the h Y"w woofers, one mldranger and a new. high compliance ba s s I "WIth electrically self defeating I
Salnesvllle Boys Club and to ,.. WASHINGTON The old record minor galaxy of broad d I.- speakers, sectoral horn drivenby I tone controls and a
= buy shoes for needy children. player quit working. The persion treble speakers. Its high frequency driver and transformerless output ot )J
So far, 370 tickets hive been wing man it Sound Sound Sysems price Is $595, pljs Installation an 800-cycle dividing net watts per channel plus i loud- I
IT sold, at $5 per donation. w was Insulted. "A record charges, and for $291 more work." I ness compensation circuit phas

= The club'a goal to to Mil from player?" He asked. "You want you receive sn 11. month It looked terribly expens I Ive, ed In with rumble and scratch
= 4V( to 500 tickets before the ban a record player?" Two aficionados correspondence course In electronics but In this strange language it filters, you'll hardly notice any
= Friday night at the Moose of pure sound modulatedtheir which should eventually was difficult to argue. Still It attenutation at all of Errol
Lodge. woofers and offered supercilious qualify you to operate it." seemed bad policy to act the Garner Of course, we make no
smiles. "What ever happened to the complete Ignoramus. One had to guarantee unless the components
= The club has given about W- "People who want record old Vlctrola?" show that he knew a thing or are sited by our sound
(000.) year to support the Boys' layers," said the young Sound "'Ah, said the young man, his two. "All very well, young architects"
= Club, and aim has purchased man, "go to drugstores." face radiant with understand man, but what about the It had begun to look as If
several I pair of shoes to be dls- Apologies were offered. "I have ing. "You are looking for a preamp" honorable escape was I Imp o sslble -
: tributed through the Alachua a degree In hysteresis synchronous stereo .m pllfler. You should He Immediately went dot e n- when suddenly there wasa
County welfare department. motor utilization from have said so." sive "All right", he conceded rumbling explosion and fire
:T Howard Weems, leads ticket the Massachusetts Institute of He bounded off among an assortment "this system can be overloadedat broke out in number four tweeter
; lain with 50 told.r -- technology," the young mm of electronic equip 1 the input by some current I plunging the shop into tperilous

Steaks will be nerved next For 1-75 Billboard said. ment. "This one delivers 40 high m grade pickups, but to neck snapping spin.
with the "I'm sorry. "Are you interested watts per channel with maximum avoid distortion we will connectan While the young man fought
the team
Monday to week and M. M. Parrlah left chairman of the Chamber of Commerce publicity and In a sound .ysurnT" harmonic distortion 0 f attenuator reducing pickup with the Infinite baffle control
sales this
highest ,
also to all who sold adverting committee receives: a $650; check from Nat Robertson, president "Will It play an Errol Garner 06 per cent from U to 30,000 sensitivity to no more than 2 panel, it was child's play to
persona the of the Downtown Merchant Association and Joe Alvarez, right treasurer record?" CPS. We recommend mating it MV CM SEC." luck out the back door and run
ten tickets during
charity or more ball drive! of the annul'lal Ion for the downtown merchant' share of. billboard to he 'Listen' ," said the hysteresis- with_a two way bass reflex "I don't want to have any at- home After school the children!

.. erected on 175. Other_ organization I will .participate in the .!program._ __ synchronous motor utilization were sent to the drugstore for
The ball will be the 17th anT -I scholar. He led the way to an a record_ player. _
nual affair It begins tit fm, enormous control panel buckled Athlete Still Owes FreightFor
with music by two bands, the Chiefs Can himself into the pilot's seat, FOR EXPERT
"Temptations," and "The Music Military KeepIn Dade radio contact with the I
Men." tower and began flicking switches Shipping Self Homesick TREE SURGERYCALL

while two men ran up and
Ilaos Defector Touch Via Pocket Radio stood by on either side with
fire extinguishers.In SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -' he got a friend to crate FR 6.2661
a moment the shop was Reginald Spiers the year-old him up and ship him c.o.d. to a
Kills (JeneralVIENTIANE athlete who flew miles nonexistent firm In Perth. T"
By FRED 8. HOFFMAN today that all of the military' Marine Corps commandant, ingllng with sound. "Is that I Pruning reading
WASHINGTON (AP It Is a'chiefs have such radios, which showed one to a luncheon of the, sound?" He asked with an ex- hidden In a wooden crate be- Spiers spent nearly three day Cavity racing,
Laos (AP) cause he couldn't for in the without! .
$640 cooped crate t .
pay a up "
I "
National rhapsodic Tr.ee
can tie them Into the global U S Security Industrial iression demanding
weekend afternoon. ,
The royal Laotian army said quiet military communications net. Association In September. agreement, "or Is that sound?" ticket, must pay $970 freight food or water. At Perth, h Duemsine RI".rI
four'star general Is out on the charges, Air India said today. broke out of the box, cut I Tran.el.ntmeSe'.nne
:. Monday a defecting Pathrt Lao military do not literally Questions were asked of the Magnificent! But what is .
golf course. Suddenly a "They carry
.. commander killed Communist their Defense Department as a result,,, it?" "Sound he exulted, "He knows what he has to way out of the customs shed'sscreen I Cabling
erupts. them at all
emergency on person It's set out In the door and hitchhiked 1,DOG,
Viet Minn general before comIng and the Pentagon has come 'pure unblemished translstoriz- pay consignment -
The general, a member of the times, only when away from ," said George Talatl miles to his wife and child !in I
This ,
: over to the rightist side. normal communications the through with Rome details. ed sound particular sys- IOBIDAJIIT
Joint Chiefs of Staff Is nowe/re Perth Adelaide.
"It Is essentially a walkie tem uses a transistorized control manager of the Indian I
: An army spokesman said the near the "hot lines" that connect Pentagon said talkie used as a 'phone exten. center with gold plated line. "We don't Intend to invoice Spiers said he has no Job but t

:. defector, Bonn Hieng, i battalion the Pentagon command All of the chiefs have been sion' when they (the chiefs) are, circuitry and his plug In epoxy him for It." several have been offered him, rfpONTIOtREPAIR
:' commander, tried to capture post with his home and office using these personal radios So far he added he has made
iway from their offices, home,, panels for fully modulated efficiency Spiers said Monday he would .
.-. the general Identified only asunng His car, with Its telephone link, since early 1964 and some high autos planes, etc.," the Penta, With i solid stateamplifier pay up but It would have to be only $89.60 on his exploit, from a oesocAt co.
Is back at the club house. officials have had them for '
apparently to bring him gon said. specifically mated to In installments. Talatl said the i
along as proof that Communist How to reach him? Send amessenger longer than that, the depart "The radio ties In with com, the loudspeaker en c 10. u recombination company wants lump sum.

North Viet Nam's Viet Minh ? ment Mid munications facilities which, and a vibration The manager said International story.HEATER
troops are aiding the Commanist No, Call him directly on his The first public Indication that reach worldwide" absorbing suspension system, It air transport regulations
Pa the t Lao When Tuong's personal small package two- such emergency communlcatlons The radios operate on 1 or 1H, should play Errol Garner to a prevent the line from waiving

-.. aides put up I fight, Boun shot way radio devices existed came when watts power and have a rangeof 'king's taste" the freight charge Quick efficient, service Trained and e P" meed
the general and fled. The Defense Department said Gen. Wallace M. Greene Jr, the up to 17 miles It seemed pretentious "How Spiers Rtaienoblt rot.i service mm
a javelin thrower who
-- -" about something in a t h re e- Radio dlspatchtd trucks 24 Hour
failed to make Australia's Service on ol| makes of equipment
Infinite baffle unit? he
way Olympic team, went to Londonto All AMIIHCAN, :
Let'sAniilynU Shorten CampaignIf asked. 'Here we have a sysCivitaiis try for the English team and Ph. 376-824 68 HIATINQ AIRCONDITIOIolINO CO.

failed again. Broke and home-,
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See L- i .

:.. By HARRY KELLY one consensus: has emerged pump was primed but came up I Rep. John S. Monagan thinks 'Miracle' Film f
WASHINGTON (AP) Hubert from this political season It Is ,here should be a law against v'
.. H Humphrey bounded that presidential campaigns are dry.If the candidates are tired, long campaigns He Is going to Gainesville Clvitans were NOT 30 DAYS, NOT 60 DAYS, NOT 90 DAYS...

down the steps too long Too long for the cand. the cu'jllc' may well be both try to get one passed shown the University of Florida

of his campaign dates, too long for the people, tired and bored with the whole The Connecticut Democrathas film "Miracle on 13th .
plane In Southern : On Election Day, Sen Barry thing. announced he will introduce Street," Monday. EVERY IITllllIIV
Illinois not V hat The Goldwater looked back on Humphrey a former teacher a bill when Congress reconvenesIn
.. many weeks y months of speeches and thousands as, well! is a practicing politician January to limit presidential Dean Robert Beaty, directorof
.. ago and received 'NCWJIJMenu of miles of trivet: and } knows an audience attention campaigns to just 60 days the loyalty fund for the UF

a welcoming decided that U.S. election campaigns span Is limited. Like Gold- Calling the campaigns "dec- Alumni Assn, Introduced the

= serenade of are so long they art water, he felt the candidates toral circuses," Monagan contends film, which traces the history of 1 1IAMI'
that old Democratic silly. As for the candidate's lot might be losing their audience they are wasteful In mon. the university since Its move HAS nil
= battle song". "Happy Days of having to utter the same What to do about It? How long ey and time and exhaust the here from Lake City In 1905. i t

= Are Here Again. speeches day after day he sold, should !the campaign list ervous and physical resources Florida Supreme Court Jus-
He'd heard it countless times "That can drive you nuts." 'They ought to be like the of the candidates. Ice O'Connellnlrr.tes a
= But on this day U was played British elections. If you can'tget Stephen
with a rock 'n' roll beat. There Is usually grumbling of point across In four Above all, however, Monagan the film, produced as the second 1I .

= It was Jarringly' symbolic of one sort or another from the weeks your you ought to give it up," lelleves they may be self-de- In a series by the UF I 1 I I tonersroe Manufacturer.ach.ng.sontyurguaranlt or repair of*
loser This time there was some
= how the old meshes with the said Goldwater. eating Alumni Assn. H' any component proven dafacttv In
grumbling from the winning I I normal u... Arranged through Mil-
new In today's campaigning team, too.Humphrey, Humphrey, the vice president ""After the first Informative Clvltan members also discussed I 11Io cIooIor. lobar "'" .
: The horse-and-buggy politicking elect, suggested In an NBC Interview period," he said, "they bore the their annual charity fruitcake :
:. of torchlight rallies and street- who actually enJoys taped before flying off elector and thus all to serve a sale scheduled to begin I
comer harangues are now stumping, started out with for a nat In the Virgin Islands purpose" shortly. I
the Joy of a porpoise taking to that perhaps both parties could Features .
:: played out to a I Usler, more exhausting
= rhythm set by Jet the sea But a couple of weeks reach an understanding "that It 1 premiums Priced
planes and modern communications. before the end he was admitting might be well if we had ourpolitlc.1 CLAYTON GUYNNSAYS ,, ,Value I
the was too long conventions In .
:.. that Journey September r :
"I'm coming with gravel rather than in July and
Despite the swifter pace the up i "Hovt you had an 'Insurance check-up: rev ualibf lptunea
:. presidential campaigns appearto and sand," he remarked In an August"That cinlly?" Stt a proftmonal Independent get d1 of Mew Q I IM
no shorter Some argue allusion to the days of his youth said 7ay. 'Imuronc Agant tomorrow I Look for the
Dakota when the well way fir BIG I" Milt
than ever. In South ,
they are longer there could be two weeks of Pile.22511NATIONAL
preparation and then' a -week, PKOTICTION Will 1
rather than a 10-week, campaign Nw, l-HMt _

l Davy Crockett .. _. -.- M k.N New ,,, a. isAgri _

May Get the Ax A=: :::: eTdOt t e>

.MeM.d tee ro ,
the 7th Army has been completed Chassis
0 Nrni hark iJlmrt
Wired IItiKI.III9f1I .
By JACK RAYMONDHEIDELBERG Officials here and In Stuttgart t Nan a

West Germany headquarters of the 7th 4' HowlonghaveyouwnitedforyournewBuick! ? b.e.da. w ./ tlntdMt-POVM tr"tl .. The Davy Crockett, the Army, are notably hesitant In l' toldM M*cltaaua tor knjli MUabllrtv and d.pwld.

: Army's small mortar like nuclear discussing nuclear weapons. Under 'lbo long. _c', able Mast.f.rsornaae.Iniet.eowrad Mare nu aa. frame Gild Citl to Lame m-MatM bcfc

: weapons that figured In existing regulations for example If have an order inyour Buick's on its way Tunes m""minae .md rw an
.. the election campaign debate, they may not even con- you tuning trhtfi changing channtla.

may be withdrawn coon from cede that the 7th Army la equipped !::, If you haven't, better hurry.
troops In Germany with them. .
: Many Army combat leaders During the election campaign Choose your color,

.. consider the Davy Crockett !however, the deployment in Europe choose your model. WAKE TO MUSIC 4P'
not so accurate as they would of tactical nuclear weapons '
: wish Aim, although It ostensibly was frequently mentionedby Convertible? Coupe? WITH A ,

fires either a nuclear or, administration sources, Including ? NEW 1965 l '
Sedan? Station
conventions warhead the Davy Secretary of Defense wagon MOTOROLAClock '
Crockett Is thought of here solely 'Robert S. McNamara Order yours soon.'Ye might have your favorite

o es a nuclear weapon. Sen. Barry Coldwater called -, Radio --
For both conventional: and nuclear -attention to them when he proposed right here, right now
: fighting the Army ofkceri that the NATO commander .
Buick dealer's.
prefer the lii-rrun. Ho wit- be empowered by the President Hurry-To your <<. fT .

ser, a self propelled! weapon to use small nuclear weapons Special. Skylark. Le Sabre Wildcat. M
A nuclear round Is In the final hi certain contingencies.The ,
,"I'e. ...
stage of development for the Davy Crockett the smallest Electra 225. Riviera. ACIN.."... 'Am1e
ISVmm, Howitzer If it has not nuclear weapon has aa explosive ,; ., MCOIL .
.. already been developed. I power about II times The 65 Buicks are rolling again.Wouldn't STun UT w = .. :"0'r;'.,:,"':::::
4" S'UKEIT it w a. a a.. le.. .... _
Unlike the Davy Crockett,'greater than the 10.000 pound .-. ..mesa '-.... e._enaa.N w clam". Au.s.
which Is carried ui a truck or aerial blockbuster of W. rid .,.....I.. ...'_... ,_......'. ,...c.0..0 -_.. _. _uMye ...
r7 "' N -e ewes
can be mounted on a jeep, but War II. administration officials $1795 '
::.:= .fe
ONLY : :
would beset
which In most cases stressed. ..... a a s
up on the ground, the 155- The view among experts hereIs .11I.
mm. Howitzer rides Its own that even small nuclear weapons
tracked wheels and can be driven certainly are not comparable ;
e Into combat and fired without to explosive power with i BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE SHOP FRIDAYS TIL 9 P.M.
:. sped preparation. conventional: arms in a political
.. Army experts here saU the sense but that a military commander
l&mm HowKxer not only Is must regard them In
.. mor accurate than the D a vy purely tactical terms. JIM
Crockett, but consequently presents That Is, a combat commander you reJlbrather have a Buick? i iI VOYLESAPPLIANCES

less of a danger to frontline would request authority for I'
msMaa 11aLLa momans at.s lawn C M ma
.s u1i WWe eves
troops 'In .Ih,.. support It their we If he believed' he could I II

would be used. The 1S1 Is one accomplish his miasma mere MELTON MOTORS & TELEVISION
of the Army's snout successful effectively by hurling one nu I
pierfs of new equipment Its clear round in teal of 11 coo-: I 701 K MAIN STRUT CAINIJVIUI FLORIDA j 419 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE 372.5303

distribution to combat units of Ivenuonal ones.



10 Gainesville Sun Tueiday, November JO, 1954

Bright Girl ', ('It', ,I, \ GOP Waiting for Dust to Settle

\ t,, : ,( ; W'
'. A't--- "
DropoutsTop ''"' t By BARRY SCHWEIDWASHL'IGTON for governor and lost caUedBrooke' can assure the country that the
MN'v' '''J' suggestion "very In. former leadership has been
I' (AP) Massachusetts
.. \ ,. iI"f'.l -" Off-Y cnr Convention teresting." I changed or if it refuses to be
BoysThe ....... ., Atty Gen Edward WBrooke' .
call for a Republican Also In the South, both North changed that our party's poll-
convention next year to draft a Idea Not Catching Firean Carolina Chairman Herman cles are different, the better it
college rate for *'
dropout "... is ,Saxon and Virginia Chairman will be for Republicans!
l new platform getting only a .
able Is
girls "
academically higher ,
MIIJ.ti :'If.I lukewarm reception from party Robert J. Corber suggested the r
.Shan that for equally bright leaders. off-year convention Is not who like Brooke backed Coy I voters repudiated the candidate!
boys, according to a study of 'r' for in William W Scranton of Pennsylvania
A few here and there find it a provided present party Sen. Goldwater- and not the
than 6,600 students who for the
more machinery. presidential
,. clarion call for action, but most platform
scored high on the 1957 National ;.. a In Oregon, Goy Mark 0. Hat- nomination, said: "I couldn't
":t told The Associated Press in a ; "I don't think the platformwas UR
Merit Scholarship Qualifying .L: need field called Brooke's suggestion agree more that we need to "
._. 1 survey they don't lee any Involved In the vote, laid
,', ,. premature. Before Republicanscould rethink and restate alternatives
Test.Almost r for the party to convene before Saxon. "The platform adoptedIn
14 per cent of the girls .' ,, ; W \.. ,. -,, .......... 196S. as scheduled get together to write a to the professed Democrat phi. San Francisco was a progressive
and nearly nine per cent of the L-7' ,' ," f The over-riding view Is: ,new platform "we would have losophy. However, I am not platform.
boys dropped out of college be- "Let's wait for the dust to set- Ito have a definite reshuffling of certain that a national convention In view of North Dakota home protection at
forecompleting the requirements :the present leadership to get a Is the appropriate vehicle,"I the less cost withHomeowners a
tie before making major
for a degree. ,(: 1i ;\ decision." Or, as Victor any Smith, broader consensus," he said. 'Drafting a new platform Chairman B. J. Clayburgh, the Policy'
wasn't the
'The study was conducted by ttt' chairman of the COP Central The leadership, of course, Is would serve what purpose?"I platform problemlast Contact mi today!
"I feel -
I Tuesday. our platform
Dn Alexander W. Austin, research l..1 :. 'Wf' Committee in Illinois, put it: still in the hands of Goldwater Inquired Fred Young, New York was far stronger on the

Merit psychologist of the National ._ j1*. fUNICEF 'f I "Right reflective now thought"Brooke's we need sober and men.sidered Hatfield in the party's generally liberal is con-or state Acceptance chairman.- of a sort -I approach to civil rights than the 117 14.1.
Scholarship Corporation Democratic said
platformhe ,
moderate wing. came from Mayor Theodore R. 16th Ave.
(NMSC). His idea draws attention
report appears "so if there is need to change
Another moderate, Massachusetts McKeldIn of Baltimore, a Re-
In the current issue of the Cards partly because it is unique and any platform we would probably I' PhoneFRenklila
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, publican liberal who backed
JSgrnal of Educational Psycho- partly because of his smashing have to change both the Democratic
counseled caution "I think Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of
logy. UNICEF greeting cards "Kites in Japan, Is one of victory last Tuesday while Pres- we've got to let the very strong New York for the nomination and Republican plat
.The study shows that girls are five water colors offered to the United Nations Chil- ident Johnson was sweeping the feelings that have arisen die "I think adopting a new platform forms" 2-0444
zII'fIlikely:: to drop out if they dren's Fund by the French artist Jacqueline Du- state. A Negro who refused to down a bit," he said. as luch might stir up old One of the few unqualified
attend a college with a large heme, for the 1964 greeting card series. The five Du endorse Barry Goldwater, "
almost Taking a similar tack was controversies, he said,"but we endorsements of Brooke's Idea Ralph Turlington
ntRnber of male students, and hems designs represent children at play in different Brooke was re-elected by Robert Taft Jr., whose bid to should get together, composeour came from Caspar W. Weinber
where programs In engineeringand parts of the world. The cards are sold 10 to a box, million 800,000. votes despite for John-a 1- unseat Sen. Stephen M. Youngin differences and come up ger, a former California state p es Ore
business are stressed. two of each design with envelopes. Proceeds go to plus victory Ohio failed by a whisker.I with a new statement of principles chairman. STATE
:One reason why girls drop out help UNICEF in its world-wide programs of helping: son.In :'It's a little early to come up .......QMwly,, I'AOiJ.
outlining his suggestion lie said: "I think Brooke'sidea Mens"IcIo ..
of such schools, Dr. Austin said children.
call It
Brooke said the convention any suggestions about "I'd prefer to Just that, Is excellent. The sooner we
might be that "the girl who should be held In the summer of another convention," Taft said. a statement of principles, rather
attends a college with a predominantly "I'm still looking over the situa than a new platform."
1965 because by 196S the delegates -
male student body Why Protect the Birds? "should be ready for the tion." In Arkansas. Winthrop Rockefeller (LIFE TIME
Has more opportunities for dat- congressional election and then Colorado Gov. John!: Love, a committeeman' who ran
Ing and early marriage than Because You get ready for 1968." MUFFLERSPUT
does the girl who attends other They Help "If they don't," he added, Green
Kinds of colleges. "then will become
A second interpretation, he Birds of prey have a friend. letln, "Why Protect the Birds," perilously we close to losing the SAYS INSTANT CREDIT* Holders et Net. Credit Cards
said, "Is that the coed finds the Eagles, hawks and owls are with a circular explaining how, .
vital two-party system of government "H v yeij" hid tn Insurance tack-up "4
I intellectual climate of such an being defended by the Florida lands can be posted as Audu, I'c.n'II" St. a Prolmiontl Independent Ins
institution is incompatible with Audubon Society from irrespon- bon sanctuaries. Price Is 1C I The idea fell on receptive ears durance Agent tomorrow| Look for the "81" GAS WELL

frown interests and aspira sible hunters. 'cents and requests should be!,. to a degree In Lansing, I' Hall ,he.. M 2..'tT
tions." Sportsmen have been re- addressed to the Florida Audu MiCh., where Gov, George Rom- NATIONAL MOTICTION Will
The reason most often given minded by the society that bon Society, Sanctuary Dept.,, ney said it "merits consideration. ] NOVIMIU l-t4tk 114 N.W. 13th Se. Phoe. 372-1489
5y girls for dropping out of college eagles, hawks and owls are Drawer 7, Maitland, Fla. ." However, Romney added
\ was that they could not afford protected by Florida law because -
the cost The married girls of their value In controlling -
fho left school wanted to devote rodents and Insects

lies.Most more time to their faml- The society has issued a bul- A TIGER IN YOUR TANK!

ed personal of the and male emotional students reasons. cit--I Cleaning Job I

They said that they were WASHINGTON (AP) The
unsure of what to study, and massive, ornate dome high
that they were tired of being above the main reading room of
students. the Library of Congress Is getting -
,Compared with those who its first cleaning in 67

completed the requirementsfor years. ... ... h
a degree, college dropoutsof I It hasn't been scrubbed or '+. : 'JI'
both sexes tended to be more repaired since the building was ,-.j..; Jr .... r S v
opened In 1897.
aloof, self centered, Impulsive, r 1
f and assertive.! On the whole,
they were less likely than the
i nondropouts to be planning for.I

\ graduate or professional study {OU CAN* ,.
when entered
they college. They I +.1.1sK
ranked lower In their high, $100

school classes and they came .. .
from lower social and econom' I'f' ;' '


'Camclot' FISH FRY


Opens HereWednesday WEDNESDAY


B PM to 9 PM

The curtain will rise Wednesday it
and Thursday on the
Gainesville High School musical HOWARD '
"Camelot" with morning JoHiuonJ a't
performances for students.A I

wll also special preview children's the Le matinee r ner ,

and Lowe Broadway mus I cal 2830 N.W. AJ L

production, presented by the, 7/ ,.',
CHS Choruses, at 4 p. m. Wed-I 1 : C
nesday. I 13th -
Public performances will be
at I Friday and Saturday -
p.m. : ,., .
*. All performances will be Street
In:the: C. Addison Pound Auditorium -'

of CHS. I ._
Tickets are available at PhoneFR '/ :'
Wise's Drug Store, McCo Hum t'
Drugs, Gridley'i Musk 6.6586
and at GHS. Store'l
Art students at CHS

ting the finishing touches on a I .tw....Par e..a7 AlwAawrL2A L1
colorful set under the direction' :
of Mrs. Helen_ Philpott

T] "I..: .. \




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Tuesday, November 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

cents; children, 35 cents ful appreciation the many ex Temple Methodist Church, will Pilgrim Rest Church l of d-| ----
pressiona of sympathy extended conduct the services Jointly. In Unity No. 1Sunday School
/ News of Special Interest'To WOMEN'S DAY during her bereavement In the Tomorrow at I p.m., Mrs 10 a.m.; P.M.H.Y.Y.U.. 1:30: IT'S
PROGRAM SET death of her son, the late Rob Chris Matherson will be the p.m.; and night service, 7:30
The women of the Friendship ert Hayes. Mrs. Margaret principal speaker on the oc p.m. The choir will have Its rehearsal
I/ the Colored Community Baptist Church are sponsoring Haymes. Mrs. Bessie Mae casion. There will also be a today, 7:30: p.m. Mr. MONEYMAKING
their Annual Woman's Day Wesley, reporter. musical program rendered. Britt, reporter; Elder Rufus
program on the fourth Sundayat
Armstrong, pastor.
.News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News the church. AILING AT HOME CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSML Archer Church School, 10
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send
Mrs Mable Dorsey, home- The following members o ;f Carmel Baptist There a.m.; morning worship, 11:30
Items directly to the Sun oftlcl.Pu. making teacher at Lincoln High Mt. Herman Baptist Church are will be mid week Meditation a.m.; Young People's Willing I :
...., rrinwmmft, wftM .v.ll.bla, will be found ... Pw 1 School, will be the principal I ailing at their homes: Deacon Services today, 7:30: p.m.; Workers Meeting, 7 p.m.; and
ARCHER NEWS amount reported in the drive tor; Mrs. Uelhe Moore, reporter -speaker on the occasion. Other Albert Hall and E. Samuels. Youth Forum tomorrow, 7:30: evening worship, 8:30: p.m. Elder I,
PTA MeetingThe was $16122. Also, during the assembly talented persons will also!>> ap Friends are asked to visit I p.m., and also the choir will Days, pastor; M r I. Ruth TIME AT
Parent Teacher Association program the Student! pear In the program. them Mrs. Flor e nee Brown, have Its rehearsal and Ushers' Jenkins, reporter I
of Archer Community Council offcers were installedfor NOTICE Everyone Is invited. Mrs. reporter. Board No. 2 will meet, 8 p.m.; Mt. Morlah Baptist There'
School will be held today, Nov. the school term 1564-65. ,A 0. W. Mealy, chairman of the Florence Woods, chalrm a n, __ Teachers' Meeting Thursday, will be prayer meeting today
10, at I p.m. at the school very Impressive ceremony was United Fund Committee, initiated Rev. D. E.'White, pastor. NEWBERRY NEWS 7:30: p.m.; and the Choir will 7 p.m.; and Choir No.2 will GUARANTYFEDERAL
The school will have a com- performed.The by the South East Boys' -. Patient In Medical Center again have' its rehearsal Friday have Its rehearsal Thursday, 7
munity Thanksgiving Program Annual P. T. A. Carnivalwill Club Committee, is seeking SPECIAL REHEARSAL Floyd King Sr. ,ls a patientIn S p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, p.m. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor .
Nov. 24, sponsored by Mra. Mc- be held Saturday Nov. 14, United Fund interest and help. All members of the senior the Medical Center at Gaines pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, ; Miss Wllla Dean Foxworth,
Fadden and Mrs Hill. This activity beginning at 1 p.m. Plenty of At present Rev. W. L. Souder choir of the Friendship Baptist ville. Friends are asked to visit reporter. reporter. i
will be centered aroundthe fun Is being planned for everyone and F. G. Wtngate are on the Church and also other mem him. Robert Williams, reporter iI
theme: "Freedom to Be Dinners will also be committee. bers who plan to sing In the I
come." sold by the Lunchroom Manager Pledge cards are available at choir on the fourth Sunday in ANNIVERSARY BEGINS
Mrs. Clytha Penny, president, ,Mrs. Larklns. Lincoln High School and at November are asked to meeton The 40th annlvers s r y of the Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants
la asking all parents, patrons I The menu will consist of fried most churches. Nealy urged both Thursday, Nov. It,-and Women's Missionary Band began SAYf
and friends to be present. chicken or chitterlings, potato the colored community to cooperate Thursday, Nov. 12, at the yesterday at I p.m. at the !I qr 9f x wka iy
'salad, collard greens, com muff as well as financial supx church for rehearsals. Mrs. Annie -Bell's Nursery and lasts to Nov.
SPECIAL NOTICE fins and cake. The price of the >rt The one way to make the Mae Bradley, president; za OCT. 20
There will be a meeting of dinners Is fl. Persona desiringto United Fund a community project }-Rev. D. E. White, pastor. 11.The schedule of activities Is By
the Gainesville Viking Sportman' place their orders In advance Is for all to assist financial. as follows: corn 3 months

Club at the Recreation Center, may call 472-2314, Monday ly and otherwise, he said. WILLISTON NEWS Today at 1 p.m., Rev. W. M. "V return by next
on N. W. 1st St, Wednesday, through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m Card of Thanks Ferguson, pastor of Mt. Pleasant ;, Dec. 31
Nov.11, at 7 p.m. TO APPEAR Mrs. Margaret Haymes wish. Methodist Church, and Rev
,New memben are invited. BROOKER NEWS The. .New Salem! Baptist; e. to acknowledge with grate Damon Dell pastor of Bartley
Robert Jackson, reporter. Anniversary Begins Church Choir will render a musical 41 %
The anniversary of the Greater program at the St. LukeA. OVERSEAS SHIPMENT OF at1J u a
N.E.S. HIGHLIGHTS Bell Methodist Church began M. E. Church on Sunday, 4
The final report of the MissIVES yesterday through Sunday Nov.. 15 it 3 p.m., FLORIDA CITRUS to:
contest was made in assembly at the church..
School. Judy Perkins, the candidate follows: The Duval Elementary School
from the 7th and 8th I Several churches will conductthe Parent Teacher Associationwill Send a gilt of dtlicloui Florida Naval orangtt and ...dl... grape Broth on One. Latti for lUontht
grades was the winner with a services each day at ( p.m. have Its November meet. fruit.Nay 2 Dthvtnd!. Will ship price entire$8.95.waton.Xmat Send orden order mutt by be mall received or phone.by JOHNSTON'S N0-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's
total of $59.20 and Alena King during the week. ing Tuesday Nov. 10 at 7:30: INo-Roach In cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to
was chosen Little Miss NES witha I Dinner will be served on Sun- p.m. at the school RIMEMIIX ALL PACKAGES GUARANTEED.All UNCONDITIONALLY stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for
total of 3010. The total day. Rev. A. J. Anderson, pas- Following the meeting, refreshments : months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets
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| ONLY Johnson pastor, and his congregation I
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Taylor, pastor, and his congregation
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Limits 2 Children
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Jolly's Toyland, Gainesville Shopping Center Gaines conduct a Joint service. A' f
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I International Program SetA !j Miss If/fJJitil ffJii': IT'S .

CirclesTODAY film of the Hungarian Revolt I!bed abortion for physical and! Dr. Donishi stated that heart Nelson

of IKt, loaned by ChannelS economic reasons. Dr. Tomito ailments art the major cause .. -,. MONEYMAKING
WL'FT from the pr o gram, pointed out. of deaths In Japan new that
November II "International' Magazine," and A problem white his developed 'tuberculosis Is being controlled I THURSDAY: November IS i I' M. Leps Mrs. Douglas E.
an Informal discussion of the since the war, Dr. Prof. Frank McCoy, memberof FetedHonoring Luncheon honoring Miss Scales, Mrs. James L. Cooperand
Fin Lutheran Church Barabara Bussard dance '
i ,
Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr.
topic "The United States' Responsibility Konishl said. Is the changing the IT College of Law Fac
730: p.m. First Lutheran : Isolation or Involvement role of Japanese women who ulty, linguist and student of Miss Kay Nelson William, 1 p.m.R., Gilcrest Mrs. C. of D.Chicago Gunn at the Lepe home, 2210 NW ,I
First Avenue.
Church Lutheran Worn tn's ?" will be the program -'are now able to vote and to Japanese culture, moderated whose marriage to Ronald Wig and Mrs. E. H. Lewis at the ,
Missionary League, Rachel for the International Relations receive advanced education. the program. Coffee complimenting Miss
gens will be an event of De former's home In Micsnopy.
CIrcle Mrs. William Sutterer Group of the Unlven1tyWomen' "The new Japanese woman, TIME AT
Treasures Exhibited cember 21 In the First Baptist Julie Cheves, fiancee of William
401 NW 34th Terrace. Club Wednesday.The he declared, "conflicts with the SATURDAY, November II '
I Church Mrs. Frank Ussery en- N. Babcock, 10:30 am
group will meet at 1 p.m. rsdltloBslold-Ia mily Japanese wives, u n der the Coffee honoring Miss JaneElizabeth '
Trinity Methodist Church at the Wesley Foundation with structure." chairmanship of Mrs. Ywhmau tertained with a tea at her Bingham, bride until noon Mrs. Earl May,

Mrs. Walter .Probert as social assisted by Mrs. Clark W. home Sunday afternoon Mrs. Charles Outen, Mrs. CeI
7:30 p.m., Wesleyan ServIce chairman. 'ennington arranged a displayof Receiving with the hostess elect of George Helnr I e h ell Love and Mrs Francis I

Guild of Trinity Methodist Assisting In the discussion 1 Calendar Japanese treasures. and the honoree wen the bridefo.be' -I Schildge, Middleton, N. J., 10 Myers, at the latter's home,
Church Mrs. M, H. Braswefl
3920 SW 4th Place. will be Prof. Albert Wass de Hostesses for the exhibit Included mother, Mrs. 0. M. Neb m.,until..noon,.Mrs. Joseph _lOT West University Avenue
Mrs. Komshl, Mrs Tom- son, and her grandmother,I
Lutheran Czege, member of the UF lor-
University Church
elgn language department formerly '" its, Mrs. Sate M r a. Satoko Mrs. R. C Crouch.

an I Women's p.m., University Croup Student Luther. of Hungary. 'f f Events Mrs.Chitanl.Keiko Mrs.Mlsake Michiko and JC 0 Mrs xiH bride-elect The hostesses with a presented corsage anda the Easy Way to Kill Roaches and At4x

Mrs. Fletcher N. Baldwin Jr.
center,Mrs. Robert C.de,1IOI- Masako Hoshida. who woretheir gift of china In her. chosen
tess. and Mrs. Robert Scarborough, TODAY November II {
kimonos and obis.Assisting pattern. lAYf
co-chairmen will be In chargeof
Gainesville Council: of Inter-
Wesley Community Those assistingIn servingwere
the meeting national Friendship, t p.m.. with the 1 u n cheon
Mrs. R. E. L Creene,
Methodist Church Chamber of Commerce Build were Mrs. Emanuel CIt list
Japanese ProgramDr. Mrs. S. K Laughlin, Mrs. Maur Miss Frances Eubanls and OCT. 20
9.30 a.m., Annett Had n, Aklo Tomlto and Dr. Te- In,. Miss Betty Jane Greene. By
ice Yeatcs, Mrs. N. Shah Mrs
Fannie Dewar and 1:30 3 months
Evelyn rum Komshl, visiting m e dial Soroptimlat dub : p.m. The guest book was kept by earn
Scarborough and Mrs. Bald 1
Susanna Wesley Circles, at research professors from Japan Primrose Inn. return by next
Miss Ruth Krienke and Mrs.
win. Mrs James Hayes and
church. XI Phi Chapter Beta S Ig-
the '
spoke to the group duringthe Dtc. 31
Hilda Nelson of High Springs.
Mrs Harry Wise were In chargeof
ma Phi, I pra.. Mrs. Harold
I p.m., Wesleyan Service October meeting
More than 30 called
tickets and
nametags r e guests
Guild, at the church. on "Paradoxes of Japan." Johnson, 1521 NE 13th Street I the afternoon.
"Overpopulation is a major Lioness Club, t p.m., Mrs. spectively. during w t, uK1dreiR 41 %
THURSDAY November 2 :coB NE 12th
problem in Japan, as thousandsof Harry Bryant OVERSEAS SHIPMENT OP
St. Patrick's Woman's Club, people seek each day to move Street.

I pja. Parish Hall. Into Tokyo, already overcrowded Alachua County Pharmaceutical FLORIDA CITRUS to: t
and the largest city In the Auxiliary, I p.m."Mrs.
Sun Want world," Dr. Tomlto said I Charles S. Haupt 110 SW 21st INGLAMD.' IIIUND. SCOTLAND. W. CUMANY.IILSHJM. WHEREYOU
The birth rate in Japan, now Avenue. HOLLAND, FRANCI. SWITZIRLAN e. tMr, .,, Lasts Ar Moe tAa

Is 2.5 children per family, almost League of Women Voters Send e gUt of delicious Florida Naval aranatt and w dl..i grape JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH Simply brush Johnston's
4ds GetResults the same ss In the United Unit Meeting I p.m.. Mrs. Int" Dvlivtnd BTK* $a 95. Xmot olden mutt be rctiv, .d by No-ltoach In cabinet to control cockroaches on sills to
States, has been greatly reduced : James G. Wilson 1720 NW Nov 25. Will ihip tntir __. Send enltrt by mall or phont.UMIMIII top ants Colorless, odarleM coating stays effective foe
since World War n due Hth Road. ALL PACKA6H All UNCONDITIONALLY months. No need to move dishes harmless to pets,
to- family planning and legal- Gainesville Food and Nutrition CUAKANTIID. "cmember t No-ltoach means roaches..

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November 11

C 6 v{ League of Women Voters l1LS1,1Je.E High

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10 Galntivill i Sun Tuesday, November 10, 1964 1

Bright Girl I GOP Waiting: for Dust to SettleBy


DropoutsTop BARRY SCHWEIO for governor and lost, called can assure the country that the
WASHINGTON (AP) Mae I Brooke suggestion '"very In former leadership has been
sachusetta Atty. Gen. Edward W Off-Year ConventionIdea teresting. changed or If It refuses to be I
BoysThe Brooke's call for a Republican Also In the South, both North changed, that our party'i poliocles
convention next year to draft a Not Catching Fire Carolina Chairman Herman are different, the better" It

college dropout rate for new platform la getting only a ., Saxon and Virginia Chairman will be for Republicans.
academically able girls is higher lukewarm reception from party -- Robert J. Corber suggested the -
than that for equally bright leaders. an off-year convention Is not [:who>> like Brooke backed Gov. voters repudiated the candidate
boys, according to a study of r, ttl a k 1. A few here and there find it a provided for In present party William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania -Sen. Goldwater and not the
more than 6,600 student who [clarion call for action, but most machinery. for the presidential platform."I .
cored high on the 1957 Nation told The Associated Press in a In Oregon, Gov. Mark 0. Hat- nomination, said: "I couldn't don't think the platform CULL
s al Merit Scholarship Qualifying (survey they don't see any need field called Brooke's suggestion agree more that we need to was Involved In the vote," said
Test. for the party to convene before premature. Before Republicanscould rethink and restate alternativesto Saxon. "The platform adoptedIn
'together to write a the professed Democrat phi-
,.Almosf per cent of the girls 1968, as scheduled. San Francisco was a progressive
new platform "we would haveto losophy. However, I am not r
and nearly nine cent of the The over-riding view is'Let's : platform. ,
boys dropped out per of college before '4 ; : / / -- wait for the dust to set- have a definite reshuffling of certain that a national conven-" I In the view of North Dakota home protection witnl
vehicle. cost
the less
tie before making major present leadership to get a tion Is the appropriate
completing the require any ,Chairman B. J. Clayburgh, the
broader consensus, he said. "Drafting a new platform Homeowners Policy.
decision. Or Victor Smith,
as I
;ments for a degree. chairman of the GOP Central The leadership, of course, Is would serve 'what purpose?" i platform wasn't the problem Contact me todajfl t
The study was oonducted by last Tuesday. "I feel our platform
Committee in It still in the hands of Goldwatermen. inquired Fred Young, New York
:Dr.. Alexander W Austin, research put : Hatfield generally Is con state chairman. was far stronger on the
psychologist of the National .A L reflective"Right now thought"we need sober and sidered in the party's liberal or Acceptance of' a sort approach to civil rights than the 117-N.
Merit I I Democratic platform," he said,
Scholarship Corporation Brooke's Idea draws attention moderate wing. came from Mayor Theodore R. 16th Ave.
(NMSC). His report appears UNICEF Cards partly because it is unique and Another moderate, Massachusetts McKcldln of Baltimore, a Re- 10 if there Is need to changeany ,
In the Issue of the platform we would probably Phone
current partly because of his smashing Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, publican liberal who>> backed
Journal of Educational Psycho counseled caution. ','I thinkwe've Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of have to change both the Demo- FRanklin
last while Pres.
UNICEF greeting cards "Kites in Japan, la one of victory Tuesday I cratic and Republican plat- .
logy. ident Johnson was sweeping the got to let the very strong New York for the nomination.
The study shows that girls are five water colors offered to the United Nations Chil- state. A Negro who refused to feelings that have arisen die "1 think adopting a new platform forms. 2-0444
more likely to drop out if they dren's Fund by the French artist, Jacqueline Du- endorse Barry Goldwater, down a bit," he said as such mIght stir up old' One of the few unqualified
attend a college with a large heme, for the 1964 greeting card aeries. The five Du- Brooke was re-elected by almost Taking a similar tack was controversies," he said, "but we endorsements of Brooke'- Idea Ralph Turlington
-number of male students, and heme designs represent children at play in different 800000 votes despite a 1- Robert Taft Jr., whose bid to should get together, composeour came from Caspar W. Weinberger .
where programs In engineeringand parts of the world. The cards are Bold 10 to a box million-plus victory for John unseat Sen. Stephen M. YoungIn differences and come up a former California state ease'.
business are stressed. two of each design, with envelopes. Proceeds go to Ohio failed by a whisker. with a new statement of princi- chairman.He STATE FARM] ''''

One reason why girls drop out help UNICEF in its world-wide programs of helping son.In outlining his suggestion, "It's a little early to come up I ples."I'd said "I think Brooke'sIdea Mussel HrtMCMMltrCMIMnr,.,llMmtact. .... -.-.
of such schools, Dr. Austin said, children. Brooke said the convention with any suggestions about prefer to call it Just that, Is excellent The sooner we
might be that "the girl who should be held In the summer of another convention," Taft said. a statement of principles, rather -- -
attends a college with a pre- Birds? 1965 because by 1968 the dele- "I'm still looking over the situa than a new platform."
1 dominantly male student body Why Protect the gates "should be ready for the tion" In Arkansas, Winthrop Rockefeller LIFE TIME
, has more opportunities for dab congressional election and then I Colorado Gov. John A. Love, a committeeman who ran '

ing and early marriage than Because They Help You get ready for 1968." MUFFLERSPUT
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kinds A second of colleges.interpretation, he r Birds of prey have a friend letln, "Why Protect the Birds," perilously we close to losing the : INSTANT CREDIT To Holders ef Not. Credit Cords

f said, "!11 that the coed finds the Eagles, hawks and owls are with a circular explaining how vital two-party system of gov chick-up r.< I
Intellectual climate of such an being defended by the Florida lands can be posted as Audubon ernment." 1Frank Indepindinl\ *
Institution Is Incompatible with Audubon Society from Irresponsible sanctuaries, Price is 10 The Idea fell on receptive ears Look for the.. "Big

her own Interests and aspira- hunters. cents and requests should be to a degree:' In Lansing, 11 2-3(17 .
have been reminded -addressed to the Florida Audu-
tions." Sportsmen Mich., where ;ov. George Rom- WEEK I
The reason most often given by the society that bon Society Sanctuary Dept., ney said It "merits consideration. S-Mlk I 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489
hawks and owls are Drawer 7, Maitland, Fla. ." However added
by girls for dropping out of col. eagles, Romney !
lege was that they could not afford protected by Florida law because

who the left cost.school The wanted married to girls de- ling rodents of their and value Insects.In control

vote. more time to their families The society has Issued a bul- A TIGER IN YOUR TANK!

Most personal of the and male emotional students rea-cited Cleaning Joh

inns.i They said that they were WASHINGTON (AP) The
t unsure of what to study, and massive, ornate dome high .
. I that they were tired of being above the main reading room of
4 students the Library of Congress Is getting
Compared with those who Us first cleaning In 67

completed the requirements years It hasn't been !scrubbed or "" ., j. i
for a degree, college dropoutsof v'__
repaired since the building was \ .d ;
both sexes tended to be more \ ...
in 1897.
aloof, self centered, impulsive, opened 1\
and assertive. On the whole,

they were less likely than the .: .
nondropouts to be planning for
graduate or professional study
when they entered college. They ArIFISH
ranked lower In their high $100
school classes, and they came
from lower social and economic ,
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'Camclot' FRV 4 ,',
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and Thursday on the
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performances for students.A I
children matinee
special .
the LA --- -
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and at CHS.
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one member of the 1964 University of Florida fool- HeavySchedule

\ball squad who has a feminine admirer. And she thinks the
(world of this young man.

I i In fact, a letter that hu passed along to this/ desk from

the circulation department Is o touching that we're going
to pass It along. w

I Mainly, because this la a week when Gator spirits cer-
\ lately need a lift. And It takes a letter like this ene to i Changes (S $ '
reaffirm faith all around especially for the good people who e a
bear the tag of Florida football fans.

I The letter read:
Dear Sir
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I would like to subscribe for the paper for another month. KELSO! STURGEON i-1

I also would like to see my grandson's name mentionedonce .l Associated Press Sports Writer :
In awhile If he plays with the Gators.
He's one of them and worth being mentioned. I ATLANTA (AP) Tulane,

Don't forget he nuts, grinds, goes to bed each night witha which put its Southeastern Conference
braised and painful knee Injury and because of his knee status In doubt by Tuesday. November toe 1964

being hi a cast he misses ml on the one game of the I scheduling only three SEC

year worth seeing, Florida and Alabama. And to see me, Center of Attention games in 1698, has lost more II
Us grandmother, there for my first football game la my than 13 million on its athletic II

University of Tuba star quarterback Jerry Rhome aecond from right h program durln,' the past two ,I

expected to be the center of a wild bidding spree by professional football years.

teams after he completes his college career thin yearith Rhome at New The decision to cut back on Irish Keep
York Football Writers' weekly luncheon Monday are from left; Jim Lee the SEC schedule and possiblylay
Howell. director of player personnel of the New York Giants; Tulsa football the ground work for gettingout
coach Glenn Dobbs, Rhome and Joseph r.hlll.IIIllIlant to the president of of the conference came I II
the New York Jets. Rhome has already been drafted an n "future" by three I 4,
several months ago when school

pro teams. (*. Wlrwlut to ttw Sun officials decided they could not
afford to subsidize the programto Lead in PollBy

the tune of (100,000 a year.

Ii!. and me, a great grandmother could be the reason Blue Wave to Honor Its The IIJ-mlllicn figure-which TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS moved Into the Top>) Tea la
they lostI officials at Die university In
don't care whether he's the best football player or not. New Orleans would neither confirm I Notre Dame Is the No 1 team eighth place.LS17 :

He Is a Gator and the handsomest one of them all nor deny-came from two In the country for the second one of five of the elite to I

Great Grandma Katherine Bayer Former Players FridayP. persons close to the school and straight week, but the unbeaten lose last Saturday, dropped to t
Boo, Ala. also from two members of the Irish! must make a strong showng -'ninth, and Georgia Tech slipped
against Michigan Slate this to 10th. Florida and Purdue fell
Now Isn't that a nice letter. Grandma Bayer blames her athletic staffs of two other SEC I
self for Florida's defeat to the Crimson Tide. That's a K. Yonge will' honor former best practices of the season Lincoln will try to end Its losing institutions. Saturday to receive another)out altogether, tIn

rarity among Gator grid fans who generally like to put the varsity players Frld a y PKY spirit has soared on the ways when It travels to vote of confidence. seeking Its eight victory, I
onus of it all somewhere else. night when the Blue Wave meets heels of the upset win over Florida Orlando for a game with Jones Admits Lasses The Associated Press panel of I ji Notre Dame plays a team It
Great grandma Bayer can rest assured that her grandson Green Cove Springs In a home High of Tallahassee I tail High Saturday night. The Terriers Dr. Hlx N. Yard, athletic sports writers and spnrtscsaters,!hasn't defeated since 19M. In
Is a valued member of the Gator squad and has been missed contest at Citizens Field. week. after winning six In a row, director of Tulane, said In a placed Notre Dame at the head the' ensuing period Michigan

this season due to his knee injury. ,And here's hoping she Mike Gutierrez, Blue Wave Gutierrez said quarterback have dropped two tough ones to telephone Interview that It was of the major colitIS Top Ten,;,:Slate has knocked off the Irish
will get to see him play one time in the uniform of the coach, said plans call for seating Steve Tuttie's quickness proved Tallahassee schools the past two obvious to the educated eye again this week but only by 13;.seven times. The Spartans also
Orange and Blue before bit football career in .Gatorland Is ex lettermen In a reserved Invaluable to the Wave attack weeks that the losses at Tulane the points over Alabama, the South-]are fresh from a 21-7 victory

over. section and an Introduction will against the Demons. I Gainesville High has the week past two seasons have been eastern Conference champion. !,that knocked Purdue out of the I i

In fact I'd suggest the IT athletic department make a be made at halftlme. I Starke, shooting for a Florida off before meeting rival Orals hrav). But he declined to put A shaky 17-15 victory over Top Ten and out of the lead In I.

special point to see that K comes about The Gator need The Wave, meanwhile, workedon Star Conference title and an unbeaten there next week. ells coach any figure on them. Pitt last Saturday coupled with the Big Ten

all the great grandmothers they can get on their side. offense against Green COVI:'. season, la girding for a Jim Niblack. Is hopeful of addng "A look at the Tulane catalogIs Manama's 171 triumph over The Top Ten with first.place

Only thing Is great grandmother Bayer didn't mention her defenses In Monday's practice. tough one at Lake City. a late season 10th game to enough to let you see how Louisiana State, another memo votes In parentheses, and
valued grandson's name. Will the lucky Gator player she is Gutierrez said it was one of the I The Columbia High Tigers the 'Canes schedule but the hard It Is for us to compete In ber of the Top Ten, left the Irish points: I

referring to stand up and take a bow have only a pair of ties to mar chances are slim. the SEC financially," Yard said with a slim lead, built on 21 of)I1. Notre Dam ((28) :3M

their record, deadlocking FlorIda GHS closes out with the Wildcats "The average scholarship here 41 first-place votes. leT
2. Alabama (11)
Ooh What They Said! Famed NFL High and Palatka. The win-
and Choctawhatchee and costs us $2,500 a year, while It's I Alabama replaced Ohio Stateas 3. Arkansas ()) 33.
of this will
ner one probably will be favored In both cont- about half that at state-sup runner-up, receiving 11 first.pl.I" 4. Nebraska 313
Two statements made after the Georgia victory last Saturday take the title.
Official On teats ported schools. votes. The Buckeyes tumbled 5. Texas 220
will rankle around these parts a long time. Coach David Hurse said the
One was made as the two teams went their way to the Tornadoes will work on offenseto "I' would like to set the record to seventh following their .. Michigan 1M

dressing rooms after it was over. An exuberant Georgia QB ProgramRonnie muster a scoring punch. Lake SEC to Hike straight on this: we are not nor 27-0 loss to Penn State, 7. Ohio State UII
lineman at the Gator I Unbeaten Arkansas and Nebraska I. Oregon Stale ((1) 114
yelled players: City's strong point has been defense do we have any Intention of, deemphaslzlng -
"You're No. I? You're number nothing now, that's what Glbbs, famed National this year. athletic at Tulane and once-beaten Texas t. Louisiana Stats II
are." Grants For 'each advanced one spot to third, 10. Georgia" Tech MOther
yoa Football League official, will Hurse said fullback Mickey Yard said.
And the other was made by tackle Ray Rlssmiller who I Agnes, halfback Larry Crawford fourth and fifth, rwpecllvely.Michigan teams receiving votes
the speaker for the weekly '
'We just want to get things Included Florida and Florida
said of native Georgian Dennis Murphy, a UF front line Stalwart meeting of the Gainesville and end Eddie Douglasplayed bolted from nowhere
"He's fat Why even the Vanderbllt tackles were tough 'Quarterback Club tonight The outstanding bail gains AthleticsDAYTONA back In order around here and II to sixth while Oregon State State. '
feet the around, and I u
ret our on
er. event will start at <:30 p.m. at Fernandina last week. He also believe CflJI'erenc; will I
\ Bulldog lineman Frank Richter a teamemate of Murphy'sat the Golf and Country Club. noted the winner of this week's r BEACH!: Fla. AP) the .: "
Cairo, Ga, took the credit for blocking Ms former buddyon Gibbs has been one of the game with Lake City well may -The Southeastern Conferencewill want to coopers with us. Grier Selected' ;

Bobby Etter's whining touchdown run. "Did you see me top college and pro officials for win the Class A regional honor raise Its grant in aid quota The SEC will hold Ks annual I

block 01' Murph he shouted to everyone. Murphy was to yean. He also la noted as an and a spot In the state playoff above the present 140 football meeting in Atlaifla. In Januaryand t I
pull from his line spot and drift into the flat to protect outstanding speaker. :at, the end of the season. basketball scholarships allowed will determine at that tim;

against a screen pass. Richter saw to It that he didn't get I He appeared before the local each member school Florida what action to take on the Ti- As Top Lineman

there. club several years ago and athletic director and head football lane matter. The school's dec I1C I1
Bat that's bow it goes when you lose, whea ,..'n spent made a lasting Impression on Miami Back coach Ray Craves said sinn not to play the required six
when you play badly And there's nothing else to do but the members. Monday night 'conference football games Is a Galnesvllle'a Jerry the field against Main I land" f

stand there and take It. I Gator coach Ray Craves will In response to a question at violation of the SEC bylaws. a bruising 117 pound crler'l says his coach Jim Nib lack, t;
That's why Georgia Florida State and Miami Best of Week I the ,
Daytona Beach
are Quarterbacklub
especially I
sum up the Georgia game and II er, and Trenton's Grady 'and' he really 'em when I
vital games each year to the Gators. If Florida loses look ahead to the contest on I Graves revealed the conference I N. Study Made a two-way standout for the It needed.poked r.
the Gators have to live with the barbs 12 months until they Nov. 21, with Florida State Unlersity. JACKSONVILLE (AP) Bob has just called on SEC I SEC Commissioner Bernie Tigers, share honors for area, was
can get even. Biletnikoff BCD led Miami to a athletlu directors to sound them Moore said In Biirnlngham that Lineman of the Week today. I Jones, an unheralded lineman .
It's quite probable that the barbs of 1964 win. remain fora There will be a scouting report sophomore quarterback la the'out on an Increase. I he had not had time to study! moat of the season, was *
lifetime. on the Seminoles also.TigerReb Back! of the Week te state col- "Its been proposed that each Puisne's situation, and did not I Crier a sis-foot senior for just about Trenton's entire l I
loge football. I school be allowed IS football and, know how other conference the Purple and White, was a middle line. He received ampssupport ) 1
ba felt. big factor In the lIurrlc.ne'.13U from teammate Danny
The selection was announced eight ketballlehol.rahipe !peryear members '
total of for the win over Daytona Mainland Bennett however, Jones was In *
today by Jack Halrston presI- or a 172 .
Grid Contest: Tulane Is hi the won-laea
last Friday night *
dent of the Florida Sports Writers four year college span" Graves column this and has won I Inn most of Trenton's! tackles
Association and sports editor said. year Jones W.. on a losing team but the Indians ware Ju.eDo 1
of the Jacksonville Journal "The removal of the present only two other games since last Friday night when Chlef-j much for III( Tigers In t lit .

The younger brother of Florida ,ceiling," said Graves "would Ml. Attendance at home. land raided the Tigers, 111. second half. ..
Looms As Real Thrillershape Slate senior halfback Fred help keep all injured boys and game[ has averaged about II, after coming from behind, but I Other lineman to receive honorable

Biletnikoff Bob>> led Miami to a B squad boys In school." 000 this season. without the IMpound guard mention for their play |

21-0 victory over Tulane. H. I Graves said he had conferredwith Other SEC members are Alabama Trenton would have possibly over the weekend Included Jeff a
The big conference clash in day for Mayo. The Bears host for invading Jennings.The .!completed 14 of 24 passes for 1JO Dr. J. Wayne Belts and the Auburn Florida, Geor'gla suffered an even greater da- Warren, Mario's crafty line I ..
the Suwannee loop la two weeks Lake Butler to end
regular season Indiana had an any Monday yards. I University of Florida president Kentucky, Louisiana SUM, feat ,backer and one of the best lathe
away when Cross City, and Lake I play Nov. 20. But Mayo la drill but went Into "will vote for" the Increase at
harder Bob had a big hand In all three!, Mississippi/, Mississippi State, Crier, who has been a area.
Butler meet but right now aO a formidable opponent and could work the SEC In !
today, according to Coach'Hurricane touchdowns. He ran Tennessee and Vanderbllt letterman for Gil, IWO-I tI
attention Is turned to Union l I spoil Cross City's chances forgoing Doyle McCall. I eight yards to the one to set up I "I think the Increase would be the year HurrlcanM to rolling in ,| Dave Turlington, another
where Charlie Roberts, Into the Lake Butler retroactive this added CHI product also was highly
County to
game Newberry, pawed helplessly, the first threw 23 yards to fullback -I year, first period last Friday night I
a visit to old friends and undefeated. Graves. FSU Players regarded for his play against
pays by !the Bears last week, started, Fred Cassldy for the second as he blocked a Daytona punt
foes this week. I Graves also said the NCAA Mainland as was P.1 K. Yonge'l t,
torn new and'circled end for
hitting today after right
North Marlon, boating 0IQ0butel a light drill, that was eventually turned Into'a '
Roberts Santa Fa's answer to and tied WUliston this yesterday The Panthers will be five yards and the last. which governs major collegiate Said Healthy Hurricane touchdown. 'Sieve TwodelL. P. 1 K. surprised) R
and his twice- I sports "is moving fast" towarda I'Florida High for a big OM, S
Ara Farseglan week, enjoyed a light seas I o n coking for their second win of Rushing, he had 42 yards In
invade Lake uniform grant In aid with a "Grler was certainly all over 11-11
beaten Rebels Monday. Coach Stan Poole said the almost completed season eight carries. TALLAHASSEE (AP) AD ke
Butler's lair Friday night In the Colts will stress pass defense when they entertain Crystal He owns 15* yards pawing for minimum academic standard. Florida State football players .
what shapes up to be one of the today in expectations of River Friday night the season-ahead of the record "Football Is a great spectator are expected to be In good physical .
area's Wg games. WUllston's fine quarterbackDoug Braafors: Nest pace for Miami sophomores, set sport and adoption of the minimum shape for the Saturday r

Both teams worked out lightly Mitchell The Red Devils, And Trenton matched but by George Mira with tot yards would requirement.lead toward for competitive an schools night game here against North 1

Monday. Lake Butler planned to I meanwhile, are giving their defensive not out fought by Chief land mlMl. and still Coach BIO Petennn planned
quality produce more
start contact work today as did warriors a good work last week nursed a few of Its Honorable mention was sc- upsets," Graves said. tll start the heavy preparation Uncoverthe :
Santa Fe. The Rebels will brandish out In anticipation of NartkMarlon's wounds Monday and settled vied Bruce Bennett Florida today The squad limbered up

one of the area's best defenses talented run n I II g .down to business today preparing Florida defensive back; Steve Spurrier Phil, a.1eeNaee._cee..esecaw. UI ..wae.wr. Monday. No new Injuries apleered. > truth...
Friday night against Jim for Branford. : / e.w.. .

Denier unbeaten Tigers. game.Chiefland, battled tooth and- h Meanwhile Rrmland, Interest Is high I Spnoner and Russ, Florida Smith State Miami halfback bait.back. ; ? 05M1: ;: ;=:: M'S::'missed I Pass catcher moet of Fred the Blletnflwf IJ.IJ. .k makes Better whiskey better drinks.

Conference play. ''IAIII' e a ...e050
Bea.1 Drill nail by Trenton last week for e..e e -
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Hawthorne and Brons game
Cross CIty to determined not almost three quarters, came out a n .r s cr e If a/ t Prove it with
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to be caught looking ahead as of the U-l win with no serious I Herb Bcvia' a..1.r. .. Nesel.e h.r 1 Crown. More'peopte
the winner well could\ take Itas | Fullback LM Narremore Wit
lee an 111CmVC.
It down to serious work to- Injuries and should be hi good
tot ..., .
The Invading Hornets are' eht .1014. 500" .1e"K .. slowed with an ankle Injury during do. Stzram's7The -
*1. Branson, H. Hawthorne 553 I* BestHerb 5o4eM .. M the gam Both will play Sure.One

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Bowling Standings Cedar Key win hod Melrose Bevls. of First Methodist

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.f New Coach Dean Chance Wins

Coming Up

For Pistons Cy Young Laurels

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Wattrlck, new executive manager WOOSTER, Ohio (AP) "1 "I've been with Crissom since
Area's Big Game of the Detroit Pistons of the I have to give pitching coach J961," said Chance, who posted
National Basketball Association,!Marv Grissom I lot of the credI \- a 20-9 record and a 165 ERA.

Is expected to announce today ," says Dean Chance, the Los "He gave me confidence, and
I Angeles Angels' right hander ,taught me different little things
Nov. 20 the release of Coach Charley
Coming who was named the Cy Young 'like following through and w T .,y
Wolf and the signing of a veteran !
Award winner. the best
maJor smoothing out my motion
player on the Detroit teams
the new mentor. league pitcher of 1964. "Of course this year, I had
A special committee of the three years of experience, and I
There's a big football same coming up Nov. 20, In Cross radio Wattrick and a 54-year-old Detroit Baseball Writers Association of used ,it all to the best of my I
City that could very possibly match two undefeated teams sports personality America gave Chance 17 of the ability. I learned how to pitch.1"
named to the executive
and decide the Suwannee Conference championship. post 20 votes cast, making him the Chance used his blazing fast .r 9w
That's when Lake Butler comes to town In the season-end- Monday, said he hoped to makean third successive Los Angeles ball and slider to rack up the
announcement through his hurler to be selected
'lnSlamt. most shutouts In the majors -
Lake Butler currently boasts an 10 record. Cross City Is Detroit office He succeeds Sandy Koufax of 11. A record-tying five of them' ; ,t .M. '-rll"" "
'r nly a step behind at 7-0-1. In Fort Wayne Ind., Pistons'owner the Dodgers, who received one were 1-0 decisions. The last j ... 1 \ _"';'I i.I1 "> "' '' '' I
--, The Tigers meet strong Santa F. this weekend, and Cross Fred Zollner said Wat- vote although ha was Injured pitcher to achieve this mark '. ; ''\.1-; ,t'.t;, \\.
""tit) bona Mayo ta a couple ef "warmnps" that could present trick I is acting on his own initiative part of the season. The Dodgers'Don was Carl Hubbell In 1933. .

troubl. in team matters. Zollner Drysdale won In 1962. 15 Complete Games I .? .,....-'''IIi'.....* a..1. _. .._ ___ ,__,.... _' .......... .......,."'M.' :.""""' _
". But Lake Butler already has clinched the Suwannee Northern added that he expects to hear a Larry Jackson of the Chicago
: Division title. Cross City has assured lUelf of at least report from Wattrick when he Cubs, whose 24-11 record made Chance also had the most Practice for GymkhanaDave
--a tie in the Southern end. returns from the East later this him the majors' winnlngest complete games In the AmerIcan
w Willlston\ Is the only team with a chance to catch Cross week. pitcher, was named on the other League with 15. His 208 Ross drives sports car between markers while Bill Grizzell :watches per.
City and that would take two straight wins over mighty Wattrlck declined direct com- two ballots, the committee an- strikeouts put him a close thirdin formance. The Gainesville Sports Car Club plans a Hound and Hare Gymkhana
f North Marlon and Chle and.' ment on the coaching change, nounced Monday. the AL behind Al Downing of Sunday at the municipal airport. See story elsewhere this sports page.
If Willlston loses one of the final two and Cross City except to say that he "wants to "I'm' really happy about the the Yankees and Camilo faa-
t wraps up the Southern crown, then the game with Lake know: why we're not winning. So honor," the 23-year-old offseason cual of Minnesota.
E _..Butler will count as the Suwannee championship battle. I look at first things first I lookat farmer said. "I thought I Asked if winning the award OVER STATE'S PLAY
the guy that has been In control had a pretty good shot at it might have a beneficial effecton
"4-0-1 in Conference of the team." after the season when the statistics his salary next year, Chance I

Cross City now has a -0.1 record In the conference, with "Any changes will be made came ouLTitle replied"I think: this honor and the

...a tie with Willlston, and the Red Devils are 2-0.1. by ma and I Intend to change other awards I'm getting will' Davis DispleasedBy
Two of the area's finest backs also will come to grips the coach as soon as possible," BoutPHILADELPHIA give me a bigger status and

ta the Lake Butler-Cross City spectacle when Jimmy Thom. he added. make my presence worth more
... Corbin. Citing the Pistons' 2-( losing (AP) "
as meets Randy next season. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS practice In full pads.Davis poorly against Miami last week
Thomas Is the outstanding Tiger quarterback who has been record, Wattrick said one of his Middleweight boxing champion I Chance started 35 games and State's called. the 12-3 loss to but expressed hope the team

,.' the team spark both on the ground and In the air. The first acts In his new Job wouldbe Joey Giardello will defend his finished seven of his 11 relief Mississippi in its Saturday loss performance to Au- Auburn "our poorest effort o' would bounce back. against favored
163-pound senior was a first team All-Area selection last season to "try to make this team a title against Ruben (Hurricane) appearances. He worked 2781.3 faces Louisiana Vanderbilt
bun but the season. State
anything pleasingto
.... and is bet to winner." The Pistons haven't Carter Dec. 14
S good repeat. In ConventionHall innings, walked only 86 and Coach Paul Davis, so he had State at Baton Rouge Saturday Tennessee held alight work.
..... Corbln, a hard-charging 190 pounder, has been Cross City'sbread had a winning season since -with or without televi- permitted only seven homers.
this week's nightThe
he Maroons opening MIssis-
and butter man with his consistent running. moving from Fort Wayne In sion says Giardello's attorney Six of his nine defeats were by a out In getting ready
M, He has picked up more than 100 yards rushing In all 1957. Michael Del Collo. single run. already lengthy Maroon sippi. Coach Doug Dickey said
Injury list! had several major additions Archibald who ran 69
Lake I Doug
but one of the Bears' games and that was against
": City's B squad when he gained DO yards and sat out the Wittenberg after the Auburn game yards with an intercepted pass

.. entire second half. Corbln's biggest night came two weeks Tackle Tommy Neville and against Georgia Tech for a touch
ago when he picked up an unblelable 231 yards against Kelso Gun Bowl Battle Finishes 8-0, guard Sherman Douglas both down, suffered a bruised thighin
were hurt and probably will the game
,. Keystone
It should be an Interesting duel both of Indivudals and No Bowl GameBy miss the rest of the season, Georgia also had a light work.
I''" teams. while fullback Hoyle Grangerwas out In preparation for Auburn
Tomorrow in Laurel RaceBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESSWlttenb.rg far from effective after Coach Vince Dooley said the
'i -Ex-GHS Players which has finished pulling a muscle In Friday'swarmup.
Bulldogs will be hurt by the loss
Its season undefeated but .
I Two former Gainesville High football standouts are playing ORLO ROBERTSON I Their last two meetings were course probably will be very has rejected participation In a of tackle Ray Rissmiller shoulder for the

.. Important roles on University of Miami's outstanding fresh Associated Press Sports Writer memorable ones. In the Aque- hard from lack of rain. The bowl game, retained its No. 1 Tigers Drill season and with the fact a that linebacker separation
Elsewhere In the Southeastern
? man team this season. LAUREL, Md. (APThe 'duct on Labor Day, Kelso won grass has been dyed to retain Its rating today In The Associated Dukes not be able
Center Steve Hanssen and defensive halfback Marcus Jones Press small college football Conference Monday Leroy may
name of the horse race Is the color.Searching .
by three-quarters of a length for original Auburn. Both
.,..., MW plenty of action In the two smashing wins over FSU Washington, D.C. International. Auburn Coach Ralph Jordan to play against
and Florida. his first stakes triumph of an deep In International poll.The from had his Tigers working on fundamentals were hurt In the Florida game
The site Is Tigers Springfield
Laurel's Itt mile
otherwise disappointing cam- Village, where the for
I :. Hanssen .contributed two tackles Ohio led Ten and pass defense. Coach Paul
timely against the Baby jrsss course with time set have the Top Alabama Bryant
post horses
paign. A month later Gun Bow, elgn are quartered some
c ..j ,Gators when he nailed Bobby Downs for a four-yard loss for 3:45: .m., EST since the start of the season. Kentucky Coach Charlie Brad- said his Crimson Tide was
p Wednesday. victorious In eight stakes this support was uncovered for the .
and Harmon Wages nine yards behind the line of scrim But will\ have to This week they received nine ol shaw said Baylor's spread offense physically beaten up after the
you search season, won by the thinnest of Italian representative, Vero would problems his
mage. 16 first-placs votes and 132 pose victory over Louisiana State.
far and wide
The Baby Hurricanes wind up their season Nov 21, against be it among noses. none and the Russian entry, points over-all. defense had not faced before."
Gordon Military Academy of Barnesville, Ga. horsemen on Laurel's backstretch In addition to the prestige, the Aniltn who Is unbeaten this I The other nine teams also The Wildcats play the .Bears. tackle Most Jim serious Slmmoes's Injuries thigh ire

THE CITRUS BOWL In Inverness already has scheduled or politicians on CapitolHill dIstribution of 150,000 will be at year. remained In the select group but Saturday. I bruise and end Charlie Steph.
both teams for its annual Nov. 27 clash. Umatllla will meet for those who consider the stake. First place will\ be worth From a physical viewpoint, were shuffled around consld Louisiana State worked out in: ens' knee.1lay.
Father Lopes of Daytona Beach. 13th running of the International 90000./ second $25,000, third ItS, Veronese is a picture hone erably. sweat clothes In preparation for,
anything more than a match 000, fourth $10,000, and fifth and The track handicapper made Wittenberg trounced Wabash Mississippi State. Coach Charles
race between the two American sIxth $5,000 each. The weatherman him the 6-1 third choice behind 42-7 last Saturday, completing McClendon had his team reviewIts Be Ready

Anti-Trust Suit Against entries. ., promises perfect racing Kelso at 79, with Gun Bow at Its season at 8-0 and extendingits kicking game and stressed
I Six horses, from Russia conditions, except that the ,84. unbeaten streak to 29 games field goal and punt coverage: BOSTON (AP) Boston expects .
France, Ireland, Venezuela, longest In the country. The Tigers while the offense looked at State to have handyman John
National: Loop ConsideredMILWAUKEE Japan and Italy will be In (the were tied once last season. defense. Havlicek ready for acton when

starting line-up. But Kelso, Liston's Almost a certainty to receivean Mississippi's Rebels looked at the unbeaten Celtics resume

(APEu) "Chairman Emanuel Celler of f world's leading money winner Injured Invitation to one of four Tennessee plays run by the B ,action here Wednesday night
gene Grobschmldt Milwaukee the House Committee and America's four-time Horse S'CAA-sponsortd small college team and also rehearsed pass against San francisco.
County board chairman, says he Judiciary of the Year, and Gun Bow remain bowls, the Tigers unanimouslyvoted I offense and defense. I Havlicek has missed the last
1 Is In favor of a suggestion that has likewise expressed the view the center of discussion as Shoulder Said OKBy against such a game at a I Tommy O'Boyle, Tulane coach four games with water on his
.the county, assured that the that Milwaukee County should trainers put the finishing touches special meeting Monday.The said his Green Wave played left knee.

Braves will make their home In call the antitrust laws Into on their finely tuned charges Top Ten with frst-place!

Milwaukee for one more year, play," Reuss said.Grobschmldt Kelso winner of $1,803,362 for BOB HOOBING arrived and left, again predicted .I votes In parentheses, and

;consider an antitrust action said Monday Mrs. Richard C. duPont's Bohemia Associated Press Sports Writer he would win In nine rounds, points 1. Wittenberg: ((9)) 132 Sports Car Club Sets
against the National League I Stable, and Gun Bow, a I
night he would confer "may be before that. He rained
'*- as soon as BOSTON AP LIson's 2. Louisiana Tech ((2)) 96
( ) Sonny -
The 4-year-old speedster from the
antitrust suit
was proposed possible with county corporation Farm have met four left shoulder Is A-OK) for nine fingers for cameramenand 3. Florida A&M ((1)) 91 Hare-Hound Event SundayThe
Monday by Rep. Henry counsel Robert Russell about his heavyweight title rematch hailed it as "another great 4. Prairie View 75
Reuss, [).Wls. who said the times this and broken "
year ,prediction.
such a suitFord 5. Los St. ((1)) 66
with Cassius Nov. 16but Angeles
Clay on Gainesville
Car member
league's action In Phoenix, even. Sports $3 entry fee for club
the champion already has I "''I figure the afraid 6. San Diego St. 35 Club will have a Hare and
Arli., last week is a clear attempt $3 to others. Further information -
Recovers proclaimed himself the winner said Clay. "it's do 7. Texas Hound Gymkhana
at restraint of trade.. or die for Sunday at calling I
Gilchrist and is looking for the rabbit him. He's going to be desperate 8. Massachusetts 47 municipal airportRegistration can be secured by
.In a unanimous decision, the former Patter- t. Minn. Concordla 40 Grizzell at 3721361 or D a we
champion Floyd
league told the Braves to keep HOUSTON, Tex. (APWhl- "I figure he'll place Ross, 372-5004.
tey Ford was recuperating to- Tops AFL on. stalk me. He 10. Arkansas State 24 from t a.m.-12.30 p.m. Drivers
to their contract with the countyto lays he's going to wait for me. I
', play all 1961 home games In day from an operation on his In Rushing Both Clay and Liston were figure hell get beat even worse may take three laps of practice :

County Stadium, but approvedthe left arm, and the New York pronounced In perfect conditionby that way. I'm a much better I Miami Works during dent Bill this\ Grizzell period said.A club. presi I C.Miv.M I Im

shift of the club to Atlantafor Yankee celebrated southpaw NEW YORK (AP) Cookie Dr. Nathan Shapiro Massachusetts boxer. I'm going to hit him a lotto For drivers' .
the 196! season. should be able to pitch again by Gilchrist, Buffalo's crashing' Boxing Commission the body. EaglesMIAMI held meeting will be lU1RANtIE
at 12.45
Reuss said that 'baseball's spring training physician, at a preliminary pm. and first fe
fullback is beginning to look heat
(AP-Coach) Charley In the double
I know eliminationevent
I we to win
are going
42-year-old exemption from the The like the first American medical check Monday. a.u..a
surgery, performed Mon- repeater After we win we want the rab- Tate scheduled what probably will start at 1 p.m. I i
antitrust laws Is at an end." He day by Dr. Denton Cooley wa Football League rushing Minutes earlier Clay staged bit-Patterson. I think of LIs- !will be the only contact work of There will be four classes of IA,"
said there was no reason for theCounty to correct a circulatory ailment champion one of his side shows, snarling ton as the hunter and Patterson 'the week today for Miami's up- competition for vsr Iou. cars.!' '. He.e
to await possible action that had sidelined Ford during Gilchrist gained 99 yards In traffic on Commonwealth Avenue -I as the rabbit." 'coming game with Boston. Trophies will be awarded first' I,
'.by the Department of Justice or the middle stages of the American nine carries Sunday against the and drawing the attention I Tate made some offensive two places In classes, first''I Life

.the Congress before initiating I League pennant race, and New York Jets, Including a 67- h. sought in a mock hunt for the Boxing Commission Chairman changes and planned to test place overall winner and dash'' 205 P41! .
'"action. again during the World Series. yard touchdown run. Cookie Big Bear, his name for Llaton. Herman Greenberg reminded them against the freshmen team plaques for all entrants. Seat II 1 S".of
boosted his season total to 72 I newsmen that the conract Included I Tate also planned a long defensive belts will be required lit
,yards In 151 tries. Matt Snell. Chief concern of Dr. Shapiro'sexamination a clause that the winnerof drillTrainers Grlzzell said there will be a l ...L1o- ... lua576tA
was the left shouler the coming fight must said the Hurricanes --
the Jets' rookie, trails in second meet
I which was injured and one of the first four rated contenders appeared to be In their best physical
place with 17 yards In 131 rush'es. -
:: ARDEN STREIT I caused Liston to lose his title to and that $50.000 of thewinner'a shape of the year.
Clay after six rounds in Miami
will be kicker Don Cifra
I Len Dawson strengthened his last purse retainedto Only was on
lead In the passing departmentwith February. assure compliance. The con- the Injury list with a reinjuredknee
T find tenders presumably will comr that has bothered him .
four touchdown for can no restriction of
: INC. Kansas City. Back passes in good motion," Dr. Shapiro said. 'Th,' from the Ring Magazine rating* throughout his football career. = Y
,- biceps and entire muscular syt- since the World Boxing Assorts Tate said the end will be used
health after a mid-season rib
IS tem has been rebuilt completely ton refuses to recognize the only as a place kicker from nowCHAIN
N.W. 16th Ave Injury, Dawson has thrown 10
or Clay
as champion.
since the Injury. on.
TO passes in the last two

IS games I LIston, a J-to-3 favorite In the
to MOVINGTO I Gino Cappellettl of the Boston Las Vegas line, said "I would ==: LINK
I Patriots' moved to within two lay I'd win In less than 15 =

: A SMALLER LOCATION SOON points of his fourth consecutive rounds. I'm In better shape than
100-polnt season. Cappelletti had I've ever been in my life. Beyond HURRICANE
four field goals Friday night. He that leave the talking up
MUST REDUCE had made good on 21 of 31 to day." .,
field-goal attempts, kicked 23straight ,1 fo
day, who did not confront
INVENTORY conversions and also LIston face-to-face but did run
scored two touchdowns for a BRAKE
alongside his car as the latter
total of 98 points. Pete Gogolak _

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{ BUSINESS MARKET Community Antenna TV:

r REVIEW W' ti ::

: A Boon or a Menace?

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Late :Morning

JVMES D. CARY 'UHF which could hand )

Readers'. Request N. Y. Listing WASHINGTON By (APSome) Gives Fringe Areas Video; I some 3,000 stations. To date

say It i I revolution. Others cal has attracted only S3 comme |
AllisChal 201\\ Intpap 37? Still others maintain clal and 33 educational outlets
.eventa"e' ..,",t ......,_ M Alcoa 6mJoncsiL 75\t I it a menace.natural Vies With Load Stations The biggest reason asitl
n.d.r. Its healthy economic -
E'1cr i : '':: .. ..: :;: STOCK LISTINGS AmAIr 46 4 KaisAl 29'I growth from the somewhat lower powi

AmCan 43>4 Ken'cott 93 In any event the swift spreadof and range of UHF, has been It [

Pjerce Wl bem.Murphey j I AmCyan 65V! Ug&My tT> community antenna televlslon ewer, but outcome of the dispute' signals are beginning to fly t In lack of television sets able

AmMot 16H Loch'd 36\i: throughout the United is a matter of great Interest to some parts of the televlsio receive UHF programs. But
NEW YORK Jim Walter .?..:Jtv.... W' NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS ; AT&T 68H Lorillard 44T States has spawned an argu- the general public industry. new federal law that went in
War Lamb ? ;. .70 31SiJ Comp. Vol. Close Changes AmTob 3SH: MM&M 59-- ment that Is rocking the nation effect last May requires that 11
STOCK EXCHANGE/ Worthlntn .. For the uninitiated, s commu Morton Leslie, acting chili
.? 1.50 49V. Ampx Cp 16 Mohasco 14SiJ television sets manufactureafter
Abbott Lab ...... .. 2.40 60,300 Tex Gas Prod 60\ up 4H: television Industry. nity antenna Is a master antenna Television
? 41V. Xerox -... .-_ ._ 106 I Anaconda 33 /i Mons'to S3. central Issue is whether man of the Accessory that date be equipped <
Allied Chem -..... 1.80 54'' Zenith _......_... >. 1.20a 51,700 Raymond loll 12unch Armour 34.. MontWd 43 The Communications usually located on a mountain Manufacturers Institute, estimates receive all channels both VH
Amerada Pt ............... 2.00 S4'11 119"1' 46.800 Chrysler S6H off 1 Babcock 38\4 NatDalr 83*, the Federal top or other high ground. CATV systems have reduced and UHF
be armed
Am Elec Pow......... 1.16b 44T OVER THE COUNTERNSW 45,400 Pan Am 30'& up % I BethSU 3)% NaLDist 27', Commission should used to pluck television programs sales of home antenna
Amer Enka .......... 1.Ma 69'11 ..M ....YOU. _("..ei__ TIM.....tollMlnf..... by' MNOIoiul bid 41,500 U S Steel 5N off % I Boeing 64 N.AmAv 32" with authority to step In and out of the air Theseprol(1'am about 15 per cent. The Instltut the But, so the argument goe I
of CATV inhlbitin
AnoclitM' of SKurltlM DM 39800 Am Tel & Tel 68'. off H control this muscular young growth
Amer Hone .............. 144a 13 V Borden 78H Penney 66X are then fed by wire the CATV put .
K* Inc. N Mt rtpminl acw.1 tr mKtlont wants systems the for
Into thUHF
Amer M Fdy .......... .90 m but ... tile NASD'l Mtlmitof ., 39,300 Gen Tel & EI38up 1H Brunswk I'. PRR 39V*. ,lInt. Into the homes of those sub under strict federal licensing, 'hoped) expansion
Armco Stl .......... ...... 300 68V. Id..rant Iwvt within bMn"", left M thm. Ibid MOT", 38,700 Sunray Dx 34'fc off 1% CaterTr 39>'o PepCola M1- So far then Is no firm an- scribing to the system serviceat procedures frequencies By bringin I
Atch Topka ......... .. 120a 34'4 I:::0ItI" (::.' ) 37,000 Studebaker 7 up 'H Celanese 70V PhilMor '77V! a monthly cost that may wired multichannel program
Baxter Lab _............. 36 26'11 Allco Land .... llfl 38,800 Amer Motors 16 off K Chrysler 584 PhlllPet 82V range from $3.50 to W.SO. Some regular tclevlslm into communities that can tog I Ically
Beckman In ..........._ 69',1 'Amer Fidel Life ?_. 25M 35,600 Gen Dynam 36% off m CocaCola 131% RCA 32<.S. Detroit broadcasters not holding slmultaneous '- support only one televlsio ]
Amer Heritage ..,....,,,..,,, 22M. 34,900 Sterling Drug 28 H This type of service came station, CATV can presumablmake
Beech US................ 1.10 53'14' up ComEd S7 4 RepStl 43V. hills Investments In CAT
Amer Mat Ins .._____ 2W( 33.900 Wstnghse Else 43'i off % rolling down out of the ofl it difficult
or Imposslbl
Bristol My............ 10 65 ? ContCan S2H: Revlon 38'11 systems also favor regulatloi
Brown Shoe ..... ...._ 3.40 1 109'11 Amer Pioneer Life ._ 8Vi 32,000 Martn MariU 19H off H DowChe 78 StRegP 311.. Strike End Pennsylvania and Oregon In: because the systems are glvlni for many VHF stations to I' I
Anheuser Busch 604Anodyne 31,200 Korvette 42'. % 1949 and 1950, largely as I started.
Brunswick ?.. .... .. IT > up duPont 275i. Seaboard 33V'& them fierce competition for
Cambell S ...... .......... 2.40 34 ._.._ .. _.._ 4'' AMER EXCII ACTIVE STOCKS EAL 38H' Sears 126E means of piping television Into i audiences. All this has not gone unrx 1 1tlced.
Carter Pdt ........._,.... 1.001 11111 Citizens Bank .... __ 37. Volume Close .Kodak 142 Sinclair S4M May be Due areas that could not otherwise A bill to bring CATV ut
Case JI ....._........_ 18T Conn Lt &I Pow 37.. Tel Change FlaPiL 804 Socony 87MFord receive a usable signal I But the National Community] der FCC licensing requirement
233800 sign 7 2 !
Cessna Air .?..,..,?.?.. 100 2911 Cowles Mal &I Pb __ 12.. 94,500 Fotochrome Wi off up m 38 SouthnC 65 DETROIT (AP) Tentative No one seems to question such Television Association, speaklni I recently failed by one vote I II 11
dies Ohio ___. ...... 4.00 76'4" Dunn Bradst __._ 114', 38 Univ Controls FrmstDa 13t& Sperry 14M agreement on a new contract operations.But I for the CATV systems, Is for i I the United Slates Senatt' an
,900 SH off
Coas S Gas ?.... .... 34 Florida Gas _.. ._ llli! U FreptSul 44'4 StBrsnd 82'1 between Detroit strikebound say the opponents, the minimum of control, and ths I more attempts to push sue I
33.900 Brazilian Tr 4% off 14
CBS ... .......... .... 1 JOb 41T Fla N.t'l Bank .. 114 I Ind FruehTr 324 StONJ Wt dally newspapers and one of community antenna or CATV only on a case by-case basis. I legislation through are expec
32,200 Kaiser 71* off %
Comb Eng ._.............. 1.20 34T/ Fla Tele ..__ ... '. 28'1 GenDyn J614 Studebak 7'4 two striking craft unions was systems, didn't stop there They The nature of the public Interest .
Comsat Corp............. 41'\4' Forrest Labs ... _. lO'4' ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS GenEI 864 Swift &3'%. announced today by federal and were soon spreading Into the is rooted In the somewha edFCC Chairman E. Wlllar
Cone Mills ..?............ to 2B. Franklin Life _.... ........_ 564Great Purchases >...._ 382691 GenFds 83H" Texaco 88,. state mediators. hearts of cities already sup complex and technical aspectof Henry has called for leglslatlo
Cont Airl _. .......... 40 2014 American ._ 1174Grolier Short Sales 2,868 GenMills 44 Thiokol 13 Contl Ins _... .... .... 2.20 11V. _. 391/. Other Sales _____?... 393926 GenMtrs 99H" UCarb 124N Loral 10 of the Plate and Paper stations, or hoping to support Sinn has developed In the Unite* under federal control! and s
Contrl Data......... .. 51 Gulf Life .. ._ .M.... __ 5144Herft Total Sales _-_..__ 396,794rREVIOt'S Goodrich 63 UnitAIre 38'. Handlers Union were not disclosed one soon Slates. have some other FCC members

Corn Pdts ............. .. 1.50 53 Jones .._. _..... 1574. Goodyr 46 UnFruit 1774 t pending ratification by, This competition which ran When It began In 1948, televl I They say they fear the futur
Delta Air ..._.........._ 1.60 liT Home Ins ___'_ 18.. DAVS Grehynd 23'4 t'SSteel 55MGulfOil the union membership. offer subscribers a much greater slon was confined to the rela of localised television may b
Det Steel.................... 60 14'4 Kennasaw LIre _......_ I'll STOCK MARKET 61'k UnivMat 14IntHsrv \ Mediators said the settlementwill number of and fee Involved with Its local newt
Life of Fla .... .__.. 1V.Lowes : Advances....., ... .. 535 programs lively limited, very high ,
Emerson El *............ 1.00 4311 ?? ??? ? 844 West'lEI 42TiInLMck be recommended unanimously from Inves talent airing of local li |
Fair Camera .... .SOgFinan'l 2311 Company.. ...._ 19'11 Declines ..-._...............,.....?, 571 by the union's bargain-, channels comes quency- \HF-bands of the local ,
Fed ..... ...... 351i! Milgo Electron .._... ..... I% Unchanged ._.....-,..?.?,, 273 87H WooMh 29'4 log committee. tors: not subject to licensing hy radio spectrum. With 4110 com sues, and local advertising

Fst Chartr ............. 197f 251f. Mort Guaranty Ins _...._ 28V.: Total Issues ........._..._ 1,379New There still was no Indication; the Federal Communication franchise I.I merclal and M educational< VHI I normal part of a daily progrsr {
Fst. West. Fin. .......... 103\ Pacific SW Air _. ._ 30 1963-64 Rigs ._..- 13 Water FlowRecord of settlement between Act. Only a local stations now In operations, then offerings

Fla E Cst ................ 14' Schlitz Brew _. 44'11 New 1963-64 LowsTransplant.. .._......... 22 en of the morning pIIbliSh-1 required little Is little room for further VHI i Another argument advanceIs
Food Fair .................... .90 23 Secur Life &I Tr 111'11 Press and afternoon From a mere handful expansion. that CATV may lead to mar
Southern Nitro _. .._ 25 x) For over a decade ago they have But also assigned to television and more programs for whir
FMC Corp .................. 1.00 63 Mews with Local' 11
Frito Lay .?. 4l% Travelers Ins _'_._ 41'11 Twin Printing Pressmen Union, exploded Into 13M system transmission! II the much room I. television audiences have t

Gen Tele _.. .88 38% Union Security &I Inv 10'. Is Well which walked out with Plate serving more than 1300000 er ultra_ high frequency. area -: pay Cited as example Is th i

Ga Pact _. ............ l.onb 56T Universal Cigar .. _. ,y 514 Doing October land Paper Handlers 120 days people In 46 states and pulling I In recent heavyweight chsmploc |

Getty Oil ._.............. log 2874 AMERICAS DALLAS AP go and closed down the two about (51 million a year In revenue ship fight between Casslus Cla
Grace Co. __.... ... 1.OOb 57'- STOCK EXCHANGE ( ( ) -Freeman Doctors say OCALA Streams In the\newspapers. Urges Probe and Sonny Uston which wa I

Hel Curtis ..._.. ..... .80 14', Aerojet-Gen ..,. 2mAnaler who 10-year-old received Mary a kidney In a rare- northern and northwestern parts,I Publishers and pressmen Ire With an estimated 13,on piped Into 200,000 home telsvslon
IBM ... J.00 419 negotiations Thurs homes being added to CATV receivers via CATV lines.WilHston .
28V. Ito
Corp transplant operation last week of Florida last month flowed II: month distress Of PollsIn
Int Min C _. 180s :4'. Aqua them ._ _. 14'1 probably will be able to get record rates for the month 01! ___ systems each ,
Int Tale ._._... 1.00 58 Aurora Plastics 27 out of bed today. I
Kellogg _____?... SOs 49'1 Barnes Engineer ._ ... 19 Mary and her identical twin October, according to the US Dude Co.

Lehman CP .... .... 134e 31"I Butler Shoe ...,._._ _. 1141 Nancy who donated the kidney Geological Survey. Grand Jury Returns
Utton In ._....... 1.Mf 73..%I Chromaloy .. .. ... ._ 15'11Cinerama for her ailing sister are This Included the Suwsnnei! Man Shot
Lone S Cm. ...1.00 21 Ii! .... _.. ._ 5% "doing very well," their physician River In the northern part MIAMI (AP-Stat AttornejRichard
Marsh Fid _.......-.. 160 504 I Computer &1 ...................... 25T 4 said Monday. which, according to the Survej); No Indictment in Shooting Genitals urged a gram
Martin M 1.00 19""% Cutter Labs A .__ _. 1611 The surgery was performed report flowed st 476 per cen Jury| today to make Its No. 1 By Deputy

McG Hill ._. 60a 351i! Data Control _...,.-. 53' Thursday at Parkland Hospital. of Its normal rate October wai I By SAM McfSAnVEY project an Investigation of' the''<'
Mead Corp _. 1.70 48 Fulton lnds _........_..._ 974 The Freeman girls are believedthe the eighth time this year tha I !Sun' Staff Writer chaotic condition at the polls'In By BOB MEEKER
Merkd .._ 200a 47% Gen Develop .. .. _.. 41i! youngest twins ever to un I the flow of the Suwannee wai I STARKK No iadictment, was returned! by a flrad Dade County Nov. 3, law Staff Writer
Natl AM .80 531'e Jax Minlt Mkts ._....._ 8'4' dcrgo the delicate operation. excessive, the report said. ford County grand jury yesterday afternoon after He asked the jury to determ
N Y CentI _....._ .SOg m' MIckey Airlines __. 6'! hearing; evidence bearing on the fatal shooting of A ne If any laws were broken, BRONSON A Wllllston N<
Nla M Pow _2.00 55..% Head Johnson _.._ 18 The levels of 14 of 11 select, Palatka man near Lawtey on July 13. and whether new laws are needed Ire was wounded during I

Norfolk W ... .............. 6.00 138 I Pac NW Tel .... ................ 22' Major High's pd lakes In the state fell I by After seversl hours of dellk ---- lo prevent a recurrence of apparent assault on Levy Coup
No Ind P S .......... 1.48 61..% Philips EII'e ._ ....._ 45". Vote :28 >6t mounts ranging from .2 to 13d ration, the Jury through foreman 'I'd by Bradford County Judgi what happened I ty Sheriff Deputy E. F, (Pete
No Nat Gas .......... .. 1.80 M I Redwing Carriers ....., .... 11 feet These Included Orange S. 1. Peek Jr. presented a Theron Yawn. After viewing<< the Thomas Fleming, slate cam Smith near Wllllston late laurday.
Olin Math .................... 1.20 41'I Ric Group ......._. 3'4 I MIAMI (API Mayor Robert Lake and Klngsley Lake at verdict of "no Indictment to return body, the jury was recesses palgn chairman for Prestdeni I
Owens II G ................ 2.50 105 ;perry R. Wts. .. ... .... 11-. King High, unsuccessful In the Camp Standing which, despite ; no report to file" pending an Investigation by the, Johnson' said 23000 parsons Negro Timothy Monroe re11portedly
Pac G & E _. .._. 1.00 34..% Syntex .. .. .. .... .................. 54 I'Democratic gubernatorial primary lubstantial drops, were still On the morning of July 13, the Bradford County Sheriffs DeMrtmrnt were unable lo vote In the county received a superflcl\
Pac Ltlng .._...._ 2.40 31'1 ramps Elee .... ..._.._. ... 2711. received 28.364 votes ss s Hove) normal stage at the end body of Alton Dennis Waters a and Slat Attorney T because of delaying tactics ol lunahot wound In the left ban
Pac T ft T -.. .. 1.20 28'1 Tech Measur ... .. ... 18'& write-In candidate for governor, >f October 25 year-oid railroad brakeman E. Duncan. Republican Eagle" Ey."' poll and arm during an entrapmer1'y

Pan Amer A 1.20 301/ TWA Wta ..... ...._ .... __ 29 Dade County registration Supervisor The level of Orange Lake was found dead of a gunshot When that Investigation w.. watchers and voting machine ) the. deputy and a whir
Parke DIY 1.00 28'1 V.l3plr ................. m Claude Brown said Mon I dropped 130 feet but was still wound In the home of his In- completed, the evidence wa ireskdowns.Republicans. I rornan the Negro' had sppiijlmtly
___._.._. 2.00 45 C.
Pennzoll day. 179 feet above Its normalitsge laws, Mr. and Mrs. H presented on Ort 29 to OHcoroner's charged thai made advances to bi
....._ _. 80a 49'% MLTUALnOXDS
Pfizer (Pete) Wainwright, about three telephone.
? Fromer Governor leRoy Col. ; and Klngsley d r o p ped jury, which ruled the worker were not
...... 74"" Affililted Fund ._ 198Clpital many precinct
.. .,,_ JOO %
Phelps DI miles of
west Lawtey
i tins received more than 40 write- 167 feet and was 08 feet above Waters died from a gunsho properly trained for their Job Monroe If charged with nsln
._. .20 172 Life &I Gr 10.15
Polaroid in votes. Brown said mrmal! A coroner's Jury was conv n wound Inflicted lewd and lascivious languag
by "person 01
... Slate Democratic Committeeman
Pub Sv E G ._._260 38'1 )ivera Growth 10 28 I ------- -- "
Pure Oil _._ 160 58'" Dividend Shares ................ 3 84Dreyfus persons unknown. Jimmy James and Coon tvtr the telephone and maklm( I

Rayonier ... ..__. .. 100Rexall 43"1 ... .. _. 21.20(I --- WORTH Following that verdict Duncan mlttAwomsn Pauline Nelson Mecent He suggestions I also to III r
... .................. JObReyn 10 !Idetlty C.plt ...... .... _. 11.74 YOUR announced that the sam suggested that the office of votng willi iromsn chargoj
Metl ..-.-..... .50 321f. Fidelity Fund .. ... ............... 18 M evidence would be presented faa Registrar Claude. Brown be committing Smith with an Intent.assaulm
RIch Mart ._...._ 1.00 M'II'R Fidelity Trend _.... 19 U grand jury for a decision. made elective Instead of ap lommlt Deputy [

C Cola 120 :20"1 F\1nd'tallnvest! 11.69 How lo Spend Tax Take Other members of the paw pointive. Slat Attorney felony.T, E..Dunes;
Roy Dutch ._ 171g 48'1 Income of Boston ._ 1.74 forty, empaneled by Clrcul
Seine Gd .,...... .90 i 113'1 Incorporated Inc .. ...._ 10.25 Court Judge John A, H Mar.. Marion
Singer ... ..... -. 2.00 i 821/ Ceystone K-2 _. 192Keyston. prree yesterday were County Th* women of the 0 lu $11

Smith Kin ..... 120a i 115'% 5-3 .. .. ...__ .._ 1.597 Porter Cleveland triggers (allernati Episcopal Church are conuni
Sou Cal Ed ....... 1 OS ;3711 Keystone 5-4 .... ........... .... $.17 j fly Sylvia t.If foreman), James Houston, Sitar, Ewcnpcc CaughtBRONSON ng to make articles for th
St OU Cal .............. 200M i LIfe investors ..... 1080 I Iy L. Teuton Harry M. Green en-dsy Bataar to b* held'edar k
St. Oil Ind _. ........ 2 sOb 42T. Life Stock Fund ................. .. I 00MISt. our economy continues to that one policy I Ia sure to be reJected private sector of our emnom] Clyde Hall, Paul E. Canes. R A North Carolinaman I Key on Dec. i. and fncluded
Sterl Drug .__ 6S !28 I Inv Stock .......... ._ 17.53,grow at just a normally prosperous another Is highly Improbable can take over more of the )Job 01 Owen Simmons, James W. Bar. was awaiting transfer tohe !I to tilt benefit"Baua);
Texas Util _.. _- 1M (63% Masl. Inv Growth _. ... .20 rate today's federal Ui a third Is likely' after,sustaining prosperity There soil her, Sidney f Grlffls Jr. WUllam ( Marine County Sheriff Department win be a whit elephant\ s a Iind

Textron .. ..-........-. 140 48"I Pioneer Fund .. ....._ 1036'unto structure and rates will annually prolonged debate and a fourth be Increases in the budget be S Haas, M. r Lawson M. following rsraptynarly I a cake ..I.. "
Tidewater :3611 Fund _. .___ '..78Putnlm add IS billion to W billion to is a virtual certainly. Specifically cause of our rising pnpulst I I.I n Wendell Kelly, Louis M. Ayers, yesterday by T P. ( ) laid the deputy told htm lareek
Trans W A _. .. 47 Growth ...._.. 18.39 the U. S. Treasury Ux take : and becsuse of programs already Thomaii B Hamilton Willie E. Welkins.rVrvd Clul'l. the woman !bad ewnplalriid "
Union Pac _'160a N% TV EJee .... ._ .... 1.11 I Assuming we're not forced to Almost sure to be rejected IsNo voted, but the Increase Green William C Rhodes ant W, Spirer, 32. .. .fW'd1 of the telephone calla in|
Und Air L .. .... ...- 15M 1 1Uptohn 1ST. Vllue Use Inc ........ S 88Wenlnllton !spend this money on nation a I I 1 letting the billions/ pileup I are to be restrained George W, Grsudnn. TrWay from a r",a
__. ................ inn' SOI1'.. Fund _" 15 110I 'defense, whit might we do with : create surpluses for. m'jflri Virtually certain Is No. 3 dirties County on State Road hake a data with the )nan t[
these extra billions flowing te reduction more tax reductions. M3 The man was !held at gunpoint 11ft up the entrapment
I YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES. NOV 9 1i I II the U.S. government year after When a surplus In the bud,. Esclse tax cuts are schHulefor Pair; Plead near Gulf Hammnrk by I Duncan .alollmltll toW blnjhe

I HEW OI, .... '" year* There arc lour major et. It means the Treasury Is 1963; there's slmost unanim Walklns until Deputy J. C Cor : woman wss called agaatlaturday
I Nib "leT" Clot. Net Ch,. policies we might follow: taking more out of the economy OUt agreement on eliminatingas Not bin could arrive M take him In and she mad a dat]
25 Rails Ml.32 14522 14400 Up .64 (InI't could let the billions via taxes than It Is putting Into a minimum, wilsanre laxei), GuiltyOf I custody. nth the man for that nighlkpparenUy
1 I 25 ", utfrl.I. 901.15 191.12 896.55 Off 2.21 pile up while maintaining cell the economy via spending ThisIs on cosmetics, Jewelry fur, Although the road crew woe the was to wave J
JOStocks 524.11 51127 521.27 Off .79 ing on federal spending there clearly deflationary and the leather goads further Individ Hobbcrics[ ; rom the Bronsna ramp, the I the man at a preHetennIn
;har-ry word of the late l5os warns sal and corporation brume tai I : man escaped In MarVin County I pot m the Dunnellnn Mad anj

TOCK 1' that a sudden surplus tan choke'cuts are slated for later yean : nd I is being turned ever to Mar..lilt would get bi the eat
IrLASllESIARKET (pluses! to slash our na 11( e e 11 I off an economic ad 91. e e to spur private spending a a d STARKE Two men wanted !ton authorities. Levy has placed
and other charges I
debt. I What more there's little enthusiasm robbery
his trial
:\ Investing I I hold *n the man after
(2)) W* could UM an or most bi our country f e Ilarge Likely after prolonged cVbsUIs I.to bad "been captured only It 'In Marine for two charge of I Tom Brown
Gain of the extra billions to finance scale debt reduction today I hours earlier, pleaded not guiltybefore
NEW YORK (AP) of breaking and entering in the,
No. 4 some
Dow Jow s Stark Averages for the fact i Is our national distributing Judge John A. H. Murph-
federal spending ,
and selected bigger
tobacco Gulf Hammock are*.
airlines, the funds the wen Calls For
by I annually to ,
helped keep the In such obvious areas as debt at the clone of this fiscal tee .bi the opening day ef the
blue chip Pre.ises Day | 2nd HoufT t tI so they can finance progrsmi' C
fan Circuit heroyesterday.
stock market steady early this, education, health welfare urban year win be smaDer to re under and kcal >- term II II I I
traditionally state
Women I'unli
afternoon. Trading wss moderately -I 87U7 33Indust IP' nm renewal, highway lation to the size of our economy responslblhly education, COP Icclinr
71 2t Rasa f 679134S ((3) We could put through repeated than at any time since 1941 The pair Ronald Wayne
active. health w.ifare--1IId themselves
and rails were I: reductions hi federal I (This Is because our Gross National pup Bradbury and Joe Combed (J Tourist $3TALLAHASSEE
Steels motors ,. 1J ILI1. lip-!.!. taxes: cut excise taxes next Product has been rising out ef desperate finedai I CW e r I e s-pleaded not j, TAMPA (AP Th SO stat

lower. chemicals! maO 7051 11 85 Stocks I IIf 105 :.year and follow up later with rapidly while the debt has been situation guilty through Public DefenderR. (APIA lepublicaa chairmen tnraignou
Some of the and higher> Our national i These grails also weaxd 1 A. Green, and Judge Murphree tilt nation! should/ meet to pia
Individual only
and office equipment I .*,MM i Volume | IJWtOO more cut an corporation creeping Croup of central florid women
orders Income tax rstea.i I I debt win be lets than M strengthen the state t lees ] set the trial date for No*.I WH her today to try to direct' for the future polk.le* ef the u
also posted was galna.The Tin through I' mMM m 41 We could distribute a,per cent of GNP compare with I side ef cur federal state fecal U. nor* traffic-and more tnurM. l ubUaii party Florida chat
tot consolidation phase I TIle Associated Press .ce hefty chunk of the btttons lethe I$I per cent of GNP to MM and partnership to tilt spill Bradbury I* charged with) a loOart-to U. S. 27 on the 39 Mn Tom Brown said.
another said and there was of 69 stocks st noon was some states in automatic cncmvdttional. j'" awenme U3 per cent efGP : broken to stimulate a I changed st JI78 with Mustrt I. annual pant so till e :' at the end of World WarD By well timed programs for store on Oct. 23. Warren Is were> wH qualified to mdertak
little la the news either lIP or dows ale up .2. rails efl J and BUtt state* could nave more money I as 141.Highly I tax cuts and properly directed charged! with !tit robber of (he rales.A Grace McCoy eflebrmg. tilt tad because) they wereuty'a th
sharp move Wall Street background'ties onchanged. to finance their soaring needs improbably ta No. 2- programs for spending well I I 1 Paul Smith service statue said most ef UM traffic duty elected represent
The Dews of scattered TIle Dow Jones Industrial sv particularly for e .411C111Dn.heakll using all or lIMIt ef the t11t.bIIIofte help sustain ear' prosperity Bywrtammg 'ss Lawtey on Ort 9, and also Interstate 71 and SunMM eel.
Included osffig ef the
federal well with ef auto ea the party'i 'spoke.n
larceny an
for enlarged Our ,
throughout the country ers(* at nnoa was ap 71 at and welfare to
Slate get OsI
| .
strikes are spinning their whi
be. the same date
help our
873 3. Thet lam possibilities are spwWmg programs.There enwiwny produce
buslnei awnto- I.n .
ss U
and a rise unmsrtakaMe d..'use to DM !Deputy Sheriff Robert Green null FWIda. Business elwll they Issued public statu
Price were kregalar as at mt sMefwvehjr studiH ripe sew I l ts an permit programstar I
nn. was kite l flee trading on the Americas, at tfw highest lesrela of geetru.'sent .In the I t'S. today tilt a lax ruts and spendm said the pair was arrested toJarssonvUI la bed she said. IlWllta about their personal vWts
The market Ch* Mid the group planmdA I DM direction IN shoot
Stork Exchange Eves before say conck- oa the growth ef federal ICIlsneakEw.weue Sunday alters e tI part
changed throughout the morning ellA .. bran the K bye wits IN Vat- Mad Dertjseo ">>* as the a and w
of I Corpora bonds were nixed pane are reacted by IIIe a4Tumstratioa and for grrUig ado) and show the courage a* result eonperalm
and showed/ the ao session signs I won a 11 J. government bonds rose khrveuer or final decisions spending power te baebriduals and economic sUleimiMtxp tonakaatmnk. e|**I Uw enforce ss.a I ,. | and |r. luia Devekp> ... e-i Iud tile r.e.,."-....

IurUbOUt u trading. "Mde by Congress, JH forecast ; and ctrporauoM M II* efflcert In the area. lane h..mmisaka. -. M ti



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14 Sun Tuesday, November 10, 1964I' i\. .

It. .....' U,r !www;1

., ,',\, ,, 1I.nh ''id. .1 .in... nrf'.Wf* ,
How Education .' ,. .. ....,:. i" ....,.:. ".'"" I

II I for Itself ,, !. ... i. "'.; ". '

Pays -.I'. \,\ u.
I .

TALLAHASSEE "Edu e a. 451; men who completed high r .. ,.
I ton Pays Dividends" ti the school = ,052, men who gradu .
tame this week for the 1964 ob.ervanct ed from college, $7,691.
of American Eduei! For every $1,000 spent bulling "
lion Week and the official new schools, 212 hours 01
who represent Florida in the work are created The average
policy making council of the school job takes 11 persons to "
National Education Association complete. At least 31 of these
(NEA) can prove It come from the com m un It y

Represent n g the MJ.OW where the school la bullU ... r,ft da 1

claurooRi teacher, principals, For every $100,000( spent on anew t 4 ,s .Yxk 4;
professors, luperintendenti, and school, $26,000 comes beck t +1
specialist teachers in thai r directly to local merchants The
states, members of the N E Aboard average school construct 1 Ion
of director are H. P h II 1 cost la $730,000, including $190;
Constant Jr. principal, Cocoa 000 >in wages to local workers-

Beach High School, Coco a architects, engineers, true:
Beach, and Gilbert L. Porter, drivers, carpenters, p 1 u tubers.
executive secretary, Florida and others. School constructs
State Teachers Association.In provides Jobs for 275,000 pi r-

an American Education sons annually.The + k. .,, y' ,
observance this! 01
Week proclamation, Gov. FarrIs ,
American Education Week will
Bryant urged Florida cltl
be the 43rd. Since it was started
tens to "work toward the resolution
of the problems besetting in 1921 by the National Education
Association and the
these public schools and to re-
dedicate themselves to the provision [can Legion (the U. S. Office of
of education and the Nat 1 o n a 1
quality educational opportunities
of Parents and Teachers
for all citizens"
have since Joined as sponsors
The NEA directors de e 1 I. r e ) the week has been devoted -
that the Individual student may
to increasing public F nK
earn more money is his educational -
standing of education and Its '
level Increases, and the role in a democracy s"f F a
governments of which he Is a President Johnson as other
citizen may thus be strengthen
presidents before him spelled -
ed through his increased financial
this out !In proclalmln
capacity to pay taxes. American Education Week.

But the tangible dividends are "Education/ said, 1 Is

Indicated by these facts: basic to every facet of our IndIvidual isd
The better an Individual's education lives and of the lift 01 ri hr M.11MM/N 1. 1

the more hi produces, our nation Wi must constantly! .
t. !e4.r6
7 f$
the more he buys and consumes strive to assure that each of our r yf
the more he reads, the people has the opportunity to
more active he is in civic and 1 obtain the best education po.-

national affairs, the higher his I Bible for upon the accomillshment -
standard of living. ( of that task depends

On the average, In 1981, men I he realization of our hopes and
with leu than an eighth grade I splrstlons for a bright future
education earned $2,090; men I II tor our nation and our c h IS-
t I who finished eighth grade $3, C lren.: "

If.. Vitt ':-. ,


time to time quaint NORTH (D)

theories Ire put forward 4 AKQ1V
/ t by bridge players with loll of IIAQT
confidence but little understanding + ) t
of the game. Generally they 4IISWEST i'
I suggest that they could win EAST
against experts by mislead I n g 107 4JH6J4JV74 .,
them with eccentric and unconventional VK2KJIS 1 .
bids and plays. 1 +. dA2SOUTH* 104KQJ61 : ,if4. .;.

There Is a grain of truth In the
theory An expert normally 4 .

playa on the assumption that; 9 AQJ10ISI t! ") .. 'f..ffi't',,n.<., .. <. "W .
his opponents are behaving rationally. ." :
+ 111 In ...... '" I M 6 .
But against Irrational 41174 _
opponents he Is content to dispense Both aides vulnerable
with inferences from t b iopponents' The bidding were community's health is in good hands.
including i
bids and plays Nona East Souta Welt .. yours
they will usually give him positive 14 Pass 4 9 Pass

Information that I more Pais Pass ..
West led the king of clubs.

skillful player would be able t o .
II ',H.
t conceal.
11\1\; ..... ,t. ", '
I I For every point the neophyte 'r v' / It
... '
.i ,., !J''I, )
gains[ on such confusing roudsbaouts. 1\.1iU1I; .
..;;>>0 .. t.
he loses 100 on the .. ... ..... ".
swings There la no substitute .
.. -
zwr for experience and tee h n Ics ; .

I skin.Today's deal shows an Ins -

tlonal play by a defender which } :; 1j j
he declarer recognized as irra : ;
UonaL Nevertheless, !It was the

only play that gave the declarer --, :;
an opportunity to go down >in ..

I ,. i his contract. ..
t; South was world c b a m pion
'lerre Jail, perhaps France' \ "; ,", <
greatest player. East was Chris- : -
r, Woe Martin perhaps France' ... f' ',. ;!
GREEN greatest woman player. N o rth 'r"

might have opened the bidding 11 I x
with diamond Instead of '
one one b.
Pens Unique spade, but the final contract of
lour hearts was Inevitable. '

The normal play is for the de. i Our community's hearth rests hi '
many hands. :
Space Text tense to take three club tricks h .. There are the capable heating; hands of our "

Whatever continuities Was t ',1.a doctors and nurses;the deft skilled hands of "

Dr Alex E. S. Green, graduate makes, South csn discard his t': '.. technicians; the restless robins hands of j' .

research professor of physics diamond losers on dummy'ssped. searchers.And finally year bands,to a sensT!
winners and take '
a trump the health of
at UN University of nor our community to war bands
(cosecs to make the cont r a e L most of all. WIthout
da, and an International" authority But the play did not go 1 Ilk I e those yOttr Ienerous> Iapport.
on nuclear research has that because at the first trick .. that keep ow community
,. healthy and strong could not continue ,
Just finished the first textbook East made the "terrible mis- their
lifesaving. hope '
-giving work.
take of playing a low club under '\1" without your
ever written combining space support there would be
the king. The second club nowhere for many
and atomic physics.The trick was won with the ace, i people In our community to turn in their hour

senior author of "Atomic and East shifted to the heart of need. In your hands rests the health) of our .
community; hand In hind with, doctOrt,
Space and Atmospheric Phy two.Now South had a real prob I | technicians and researchers. Remember nurses.that

sics" said he wrote the book because lem. H. knew that the defense wh.n, you an asked to live> the United War ?:.

the space age has brought play was most peculiar. I. a t One Gift Works
about a great need for Intense appeared to have blocked the Many Wonders :
club suit gratuitously, an astonishini '
specialisation and overall com GIVE THE UNITED
action for an expert WAY
prehension. South might therefore IIIVlrt.. r;

"Th .. two things art needed soned that U West held the .
In order to understand how heart king the defense W 0111 d

the parts fit Into the whole* surely hive taken three e I a b -. .

ssld Dr. Green, former manager tricks and defeated him. "': "..
On the other hand he eeald .
of the Space Science Laboratory II .
of General Dynamics Astronautics play the heart ace and be II- .

In San Diego, Calif. most sure of sucnss. Irrespective .
of the position of the heart
The book Is a compilation at"<, king. H* therefore went up with Presented As A Public Service By The

about 19 years of his writings, the ace led to the diamond ace : **',. it
concentrated primarily over the la dummy and led spade win T 'I. JT *.
past five years It la aimed al t. non The only danger lay I tll sir ':' '..

presenting an organised treat the remote possibility that one .r .
men! of space and atomic physics -, defender held fewer than three 11 i Jill "I .
spades and even In that case Ma p W w ft flatf \
for college seniors W II e I t Utt }
amtsut s
previously have had only I might be forced to ruff the third **1teM,
small amount of written r*, spade with the heart king. .
But Weat had a tow trump S .
search material ,,111a doubleton spade, and l., a >11 ,eH, P eve 4GoIII..llle j
la Dr,, '..' t... :..
Co-author of the down went the contract The ... ..t .
of Defenie R.' world champion had been ., '. f "
Phillip Wyatt j .j !!!" ,.....1; .,
seirch Corp., Santa Barbara,. cmght In Mrs Mirtin's skillfully ..?" re. ,
Calif. laid trap "

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FIRE REPORT ITer. and Erma D. Haynes 3611 lit. .* .t mttoRvtU. "M4Mntrr "...1'. Ht.WKhMl 0,111 SnnOlI.. C111 TMT4C4 I nnrtnt to .t.. 't'PMP
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Roundup 'SE! 15th Ave.. at 12:19: p.m.' 4l mtlnrcyclt. MMinttr limit, SIC. A. loss "Dl .

SE 3rd Ave. and IlMrwn M I''..*I. ISIS NW 4im "...., IJ. P. 0. Lymt 55.5 4M. wNhhl 111 Ml
In accidents report-Monday at rt* lltht, OIL .. ,l4y. N V 11111 .4 SIlls 1.ad 505
Gainesville 15th Si.Nancy ::! 5. Spa.tIl1 554 NW i5lNf IP.014MNtlllt :, =* SIll Udl'llY IllS S511l$
Poll c i I f 154411', 5* 511.5 14. GlOSS, *,Mn4* Don .. _'
with and the Alachua, A. Serfass 328 SW 4th Sal Nl itm A. rtn nt 'light.. SIC, I* P 0.'ttixln. .' .. ...1 .. Ill. of SolId. ,.
oMrt C. Ptoy. High' 5nI.... rtn rod N. V. 5441415 ..". Nsngs 15 IllS
Ave. and Philene C. Williams 1
votes Office d u ring, 'light. SIC JtmM H 0,... 131 It M*I ISI. IP.D 144 I IOwill '.' 1111 SWat saWIly ..
on 24 hours Otter Creek. Fla., at 11:03: a.m. .. rM rM ....... US. lorxor C...,... w.,... 0',...1 ad SlId ..". IS'Illapo
were; ,,1CIt H' "H 01.. _,.. 121. in J...... ItrMtNtrwiik. IninUU 35" SIll
Smith P. a Box 1150 I Monday at SW 4th Ave. and 4.55. W. Clills. AIac45L' ,11 lId Coos !SI 1155 1. Il.. 55,15 III'o. .. ... ..
8th StMary 111111. IlL OnUs L. Ctvtiton, H I. IRO 141LaaIp.Iu.lk1 twcrlwt' IMv, 4t 4 Mint M44Iot
court M. Chalker Palatka Moiling lit, l4uromM P. C..II_. 100' 5151415, 111111 NorA.I .101111
Nov. B. Campbell, 425 NE Ml NW lit* "...., tlMWvt MM ...... Ill J..,... SISAl Nl't 41 NW''. 'h tKtlM II, Townihl -
3 : today on N. Waldo' ".. Thmtorg '''.'. 4M NW Jrt .,.. $........ ... '* II ...,.. *mM II l.t,
10th Ave. and Margaret B. Watkins r... .... light. lit.wriloy HO 1471ralll4 Cnnlllnlnf' .... 1.1 a,,.. nwrt tr hm 4Hcluilvi >
He 1111 NW 6th St at 10-11: N. ....In.. 141 f Nt 1H* T..., Wllllrn4l 4t Wlilhit miO rtoht 41
3905 SW tM4'lng, alt lUvt O ""... MlWrOil 10_.'" ".o. OWNIO lYl I1T4.TI OP GlAd
County Kirkham am. Monday In Gainesville I Pi'*. tlMbtvo, Ho* ntn SIt, Court sasS Nor il'', Com, $SSSASAUIIIO. D'C'"O' i'
and Peter A. Hotch- ell C. T.IIo', SIla NI All. ,.. ,..I. S .4. KO 147.IIP.D T. 1. COVINf.TO, .
Shopping Center parking .. yWi, right. nl Nay, HI. JunM MThomM till, till, II! I lIGHT 0' WAS SAID' UTAH alU'O" DI
tion SW 18th Place. a t James R Sanders 3013 NW TrnVnlng Confer, ipro*. T..' p..rl Hittrgin ma ,ii7iThit P.IOHT OP SOY
Ing, SIC 'r.'C: Wright Ml NW 11111| it IM louWmmt ...... ol thiN l nil
it 1430 SW
ported : Monday 14th St. and Gregory! S. James V tluibtvM lint. Utn. III.Avt *'. or 'at'i,, or Utlmn II T..,,..>iII > IW'. Nl'Il sI 311111. SlolsAllIp"
at 10 OB 1111.1 S Wn4551, aol NW 5014 51. no,1 iMlh, Hingt n In'* ...... runNnrn II tout,, fting n I..,, 1 Muth
3831 NW 16th Place : 'no III'l, $15. .51551. 3. WIld. 1121NA 3M IMt, thontt in* _.' 5(4 **' iMItrly" .. iMhuril Air. "Dillwiyrl '
Brown 1246 NE 20th am. Monday at NW 3rd Ave OIl, UWMlng, SIC J. L. WNI,.j ... .. ',vl to Ih tiilttly, bnwnr1Kihwiy .,, Kt (H *ny,
Al5550a. VMtflng, III Orum 0 String ot'I I. Nl, "''''CO' run I IMuMiry ''n S Lylnt' Mitirly, 4! mn llhln' lit Ml ttIM
a parked car, at 7:30: 'and 16th St ir. m Nl tIll II IIIM4I tnnmt, 5IS.WIlin '10111101 l 0111.10. SloI. SlId .alIInly lcns.y IIM 41 VlU KOMI In, Me
filed In the Gainesville 1304 NE I. llowlrl, lId Nl Ml. Itlowlni .. II- tot tool, tfon run tin IllS inn kwMMU, Sad: wnty MiniHtm
I Shirley A. Davis MI wntvlhtrltl* pUll tt trhrtUt. ,Ill, Ihonti run tail nl Nat, VI... 101.11511 a. loll'S,. .
In : parking lol 16th Place and Donna C. Boyle Loooir IMDlrt' lilt IW tntAM run WIll tM tMt to flint .< login' e tM Mum "IM tMiiin
., .liitg him lit., Jtrw *. HKIM. .1.... ,_... II tout -- o lilt, .
Dukes Ideal Trailer 4114 NW 13th St., at 9.C: am. II. Nl ,lit II. M4l lng. UI. G44c Quartet lo Perform vying' Mittrty .* m* within' 111 ..., Ttt 41 Mt .wxMrly" tram Ills. ....

Redell Hutchln son at NW 8th Avt. and D. ..... 12114 Nl llth. 0$.. .......- Hi Hi* lurvoy Un* M Into Inn: Nt, C4rmr tt ... M ll'. 4! 'W.
Monday .lucking, tn. Wlllitm' f. PlyitiO". XINl 51.105 50440554, 5114, tvrviy lint Ming II'W, MllM .. Tmnwiip .
i Ter., at 1.44: p.m. 4th !** ..., rM nt ""''. .... The Fine Arts Quartet a nationally-renowned ivirriiio* M *ti.owi.! Rtntt I] IMl, rtn Cloy,. H.t 1 1 in.4rMI .
71114"' I. ..- tn N. Mill. ilrMngM IMI''n m ..4 MulH .llm. f loclli II.Townthlt UT Int Milt' th4Mrltl
N. Waldo Road and St.GENERAL INs wrong MM tf Iht n..... Ill. chamber mimic croup performs at the University 11 IsIS, Imtt n I lit ., 4 lint MM Sole I., _.'*

HOSPITALNov. Hut* C, .0.1.., n. Nl 1* Court Florida Wednesday 8:15 In University Auditorium. Mil 144,41 loot Mil 4t Ills _lllwo.l II losS Runt a... ., I Mint,
t. 1964BIRThS nn nt light. SIC lchirl C. M4ttil' p.m. _Mr M It''* M IW<* M lUt, IWclmnIt I Mil MM wnUrly tram tnt Ntrlhtlilnntr
: .. Boyd 2420 SB! 15th tjj Nl 71* It, tpMtlnt SIC, AdmissIon for the general public U $2. Mem ISO Ihonct Norm t ttgrMi a M" tn MM, Melton I.Ctni4lnlnt .
"..... I Imton. .n NW"" 91* Av4.C4T4I4U .. ..., Mt II lUll Ie.... togmnmg 41 trMlut I 147* *.,. tntrt 4r
E. Airing ton Vld- OIlS., !. II!. AIMrt' A. el.... hen of the Quartet pictured above art Leonard Sor 154155 1.50155 Ie SIll .cllPsooIUsy NI'. .51,1100 4! Il," 1554 11551 .5.:

( ) : Ave., at (:20 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Philips J. Hum Hill nci rot Itoni, I'" cntrMHughM Abram Gerald Stanirk and George Sopkln. '0I I nl ITU 171 fM, run Ihtnr I OWNNILtON.. IY lILA 0 NtlinN
55th St a girl; I. Alochut illoool, .. lit.Avt. kin. toft __....,. ... II ..... ..,. cu... Nil" 0 MtlftnM. AND 10''151. UA
cal I 1500 NW 6th St. eon, 1700 NW .. -::- .-'... io ..-.i....,.. -511511- SI- j-.. ItNIST NRLION ANN

\ J. Brown 1107 SW 1st Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. Hayes :;following. tot C;;;: IM.ttntoncMl ti.' T itTiiTlii4iii'id" 51"IsWSIod.IallSonSo. WIPI, IDILLA NtllON. JltUTMAWAIKI
past ChwNk. Ctork. Tm NW JrtI scald '''''' 'IC""OU' ClAUS .. 54,1111 11 ...'_ II' US" ANO HUIKNB. ShOTS
storm M. Ruth 3530 217 SE 14th St., a boy; Mr. and ...,. IJO 4r II ...... I...'. L4itor Will .., to tocllon. ..01. .1ot,1.I 1'-'" u Mt to Hit Norl IS'. II 1 WALKS.. 50TTIU AILLIIUS, SI.TUSII .
Mrs. Harold Benton 317 NE 2nd Ill II Ill "..., MIIV ,.......,.. IIday tht 11501 to .51551 51515, ...., .... .,.... It. It 4 Mini ....." Ml JACKSON AND HI""N".
Ing up : Ave., at 5:10: p. m 4T UI tr II ...... M4HIK HIcll4r a Myrll4 w. loinlor. 4Mn| 41 IM NtrlMiH tHMr 41, C. J.UI PisLIs C "'LI .
500 I W. University Ave. Ave., a I ..' NW HI* ".. MId WI .,.. a W 140150 ... II.., lass .. L..,. ..*. It 41515 AND .
girl.ADMITTED 0,141*, 141 nr II "4VIc4riM |rtM Ml Pint It, Omnm I '.| I ONliMivt 10111 .lS5.. Sr ..... I L""U W" U'. sossly
today. WIlls i(4i NVV rm AVI, MIIV Ml tht ::... :;':ty. Pttrwi, fcitoMi it 4KltOWNIO slId P15111 5 ass W"l.tt AND *151. Mill"...
Elaine W. Hayes. Shirley S.! tommy.. I ..yl lId MJ IT II ...... wan ,, SaId Hcllltoul H4m4 tonMr : *Y HUIIILI. H THOMAS mt,I WALKS. THIODOHI HOLWII AND,
The Sands Rt 4 and H.14.1. MacI J', loll NI IW .... ,,'.... of lit. 1101.14 $111515 I WIN TnlVtNl' THOMASsuliecy I WIPI, ALIIN HOLMIIlUIJICT
I Cruce Mlcanopy at Videon, Logan S. Daniels PinkW. 21111521' OllIlay II II'. lnsC O ds ring:: ; :; : : M OMrmvlllt, ,"' .... Ihll" IllS T0> IP.D III MtrttlM 'tl TOl U_.._ l. I l
Smith and 131 4T It 44VI. Ktnnot j. A_. ItM, A. 0.. l I.44. rMt 'HI OR tOOK II 41 PMI 11557 544,1 *....IllS .,.
Monday at S. Main Howell Juanita D. Ills Ill Nl >4 SI. C4r4llM ,'lv, ..4Jt 3f It" w. lAIIITItIN In livw 41 SaIlS f> HlwNMrM HOlta .-1.. AIlS.. ond TIIS4145 ."
: Betty Vidal Mary M. Bryan $ tr II d..., CotH C M....... lit '_1. -- IIIX JWMfntnl rwmlM M O* .,.Al.' .. ..... "
Ave. IW ass Hood, inMtlln, 1)1 ir II tlWllllim Nash i TO COSOITOSS 'OOK III' C III .I PaSS 114 1 511II lD 'I lIGHT' 0' WAY
C. Chlllingsworth 207 Stella H. Luke Zeddle K. N. DoCtrllt, H l Pity. .r..1 ttiinct : I COUU 0' Tue COUHn ,._ 4 M...... Loon CcsnaWy ."
up to BarbaraA. III tr ) Mvl. 1,11114 I W.., "UCHU" COUNTY. 'LOll seD 111' RIONT OP WAY 1..' .. II' of $55llss 00. Taso14bpIS ,
St. and Robert Han- Brooks. Ruby P. Kite. r1 NVV IsO Av*., tMldlng I ',' ISIS pirt Ml, ........ Sso5o II 1.51 44n4N4 Of
Frid. all of Gainesville; $ livi, Victor D Into. mi twin. ..II. III TH4 II et II'4, I..M* tH I tlriiwihomt .1115155 100 55,04. 51 ..,
at 3:50 "
: p.m. Unhwilty, Aol, nIl ml light.. If M .lId Ittllt of Mmtr 4c(4r4in' to t4t rCK4M .- 5 111105 II IllS SI II'S *55
.' ] 700 SW 13th St. Bobby Flanders Waldo; Ralph $ .. I. 05500. D. .....) M Pill too "C" MM M 41tht N7 lId rtoht. 41"; Ills tt tin.
Green- 1.51.10.' ,._ Jr., lISA D NW 111Avf. HIM .JL' ClCO"O" ASS PIStONS tuMte r c4rd$ tf Aiichui Ctunty.Ptorlti '.M tKlMn M6M-U44 Mt Mil
Chancy 729 NW 6th Blutt Alachua; Virginia .. tnvlng II'. wrong wtv *n I'll' I. l. CL"'MI' GIl 05441005 aol iKMt i4llrM4 rmm' tl wiy I.. J 41 IM4 41 01 l!.'.

:lee Williston; Wanda S. Douglas W4y itrMt, O or I days tiltowlniCUM. too '''"'' SAID' IITATtl, ,. IKIHM M, Tl.nlMp, II tout, ....... P.OM. .. IonS 4M'M
Ill tr i tiyti M ...,. U or ) MCll. .. VW ... ......, Mil H lull SI .. : Ml iMrt ... ntM
.. Brooker; Kathleen L. Ma- 1 ..... Mormon C. P4t Jr. 1714 NW Ktlm nwlrM, to 4rwnl 4n. CI4MI. Irlnt Sal wiltrly tl tnf wlltiln, 111 MlM ISIS. II. L4t I tt N.-
Martha L. Jones 131* W, ..... torn, U tr I *iyiMlck4M N .. ._ cOlaS I,,, 4T 4lthi: .5 IM turvry ISIS M IHI4. lM41 K4ANIMn W4Mr luMlvlUm, 4ct4rtlo' till, .
cy .Williston; ; : t. Me.,...., 707 NW Ill Pltctrtn .w .... M4lntl IM "lii. SI HMt-IMU. MulMrly" 4t MlrvtycrlbM ctntrO 110 tnl tux* "C" ,. .M, tutllltt
INTiUATRI Shamrock; Alphine R. James ro* light. III or 1 OiylMtelwM ir aId";: : : : J. 0."... oc...... III. .' ":1..IJt:::. :Ill It'r: 51 5Ill 515. .051,05 Aiichui, IsIs PtorMi, run
.- .., I J. Otvlk 3ft NW IllS ,., It M IM Ctufily Jwttt tl Inn ..1,15111. WI 551115' .. Ill 51111
.' Cross City; Dolores S. Branv Mooting., Ill tr I dsy.. PrM I. tlrn- .W Cnmly. ,.,".., it till, itlki Ills .4. nM 5141.51 514544 ...... : 015'.' SSJI
Carl C. Borttcher ant IMl Nl 1..* ..., WIMM on* wwMnroclloM 551111. ctvrt MUM 41 SaId' Cwnly al .,..., 500.55 III 54151. 51011.11 .. IIM ::UtttMot
", Dusk lett. Cross City; trtvlng II Mvl tn* UOt or It tout ... ttirlti olthln. III, Cllin. ...' 54.4.1. 'III SuslIlly' .. an4 dAlISI I00ny _. _..." .
Otter Creek. 41.5 U. dIol .._.. IddI,. DenIld. saId Sal : : : mall s'. Illos II 1101 n" pIll' II 1501 SI lId, .51055 005 UllIlIly" psI, IS 500 SllINnly" 515,5.... Ills IS
59" a", H. WIlds. load, os 4451.5 II1.1I 41 ihli' ....oc.. IK CIIMI. Sn .. Isnosy SIs$44 544.54 57 1110 100 _.. rtolit. .. wiy lId It OKI tilt. |M4m.
word DISCHARGEDValJean $5150 or 4* d.... 7$ M..H M M rlllnt.' MId "'." sOn sI 404 wln ISIS II'S sO saIl" ...,. run SIllS NtnhMltorry MMnw4
Academy Johnson. Eugene 0 I OMrgon* I. ._., |M IW lilt II. 41"..._I. phd .. ml44HC4, 4K4) SAl say .Ills laId, 11155 IllS bIll', IS tr tau to Nil Mul* IIM .... I
Patricia Neal clrttoii driving ut 4r II tlyl mIll ..'... 4l tM .","'.*.,, mt ....11 ," tn* MM, Kirvty lltlMni Mint M laId. Hiwthom Minr tuttlylllM ttt
Kitchens. Harry Rehberg. Mrs. I. WDM. IM II ,., Av4 M *rlv-, IM 5 to W .... HHmml' hll: w il. Ioc..... M ........ ttUll M IM Mil M toM right. tlwiy
Ftarurt ..'. ,Ie_ 131 or II ..... L..... OlortlIW iron 4x4 ..., UK* ttllm' tr IMI 151 155 51,15 .l.'ll. SI ...,.... 35.Va.osllS M OK Hit IN. rut twmMulhwMMfly
Peggy A. Parker Mary L Ill 5 taIl. Ti... '_''', III, tr I Nwltl not M fIled IMII M ..,.. IS 5,1,11. 5.015 50 I 1s1 51 I itong M
ON THE Brown James Padgett!! Nannie tin.toborl. call lIlacs :: :: : ; "' SIC L. DU""M. Mint, Mill MM Mtl II IM Muthtlllcomir M wiy iini M >il* ,.o., :1)
I I A. Mmotl, TM I....... PlO' .. Sod SAUSSU M in.* toctlM M run thonc I tlllincl 4t 314
KWAI" McCarmick, Carolyn McC ray .Prllormly H..., rarliltM, oVrvlng.or 553 Ft : WIUIAMOtAHAM Mori 1| _... tr M' llol ItUliMt M IM Point M .........., .
| dayS. JomM .,"" IM NW tnt SIlO tt .. lr l>.ul>r to wrvoy ililMI. 114tMi .*_. Conllinlng alSo' ocrM mr4 .. IMI Ifthiilvo
HOLD IN and ton Marylyn McD owe II II, trunH, UI or II tin Pllor M frm.. ..''u,.... Octnhlr W I... ,.nntlntw Nirl II ogroM tr .." Ill M 4>'IHIng' reM right. ....
CUINNISS and son Elaine B. Cross and WO"_. dIll HUfn4 N4II. M "",'Ior. IIor"' n, HI ui 3. it , .1731 tr I day AiMrt, (lIly. *21 IIHH 5Un5 nclv4 to IM 5ffi,....'ll, 4vlng, 4Mltrl WIM. A .....
son Gertrude M. Clawson Nancy I.... ".... 515.4411., sO 11.101.1450,1.55. 'Is..... 'I CONTIIOTOSO *l 3111 7| ttt run 155555 _.... INO Ml I0tIOV PIT
1 1. II vl. IMnilM P. O,.lIII 74 allIes O' VII STATU ..>lorly 711 71 MM 41ml 114 ..rv4niougn TMI pull MlI'l
SoweU and son, McKinley I Nv It"* AsS, llltgtl. Nrtlng, tlr 4 .H' slab OIPAtTWNTCONITIUCTIOk i WM eonlrn. -,. M II .* M ll't, l4M Itl S In MtwHtolTIt
Tunnage Jessee A. Dixon. Kath ltytonilturM' 15515 ) AND |,OM M ." to Ih* in* M Sal ....... Mono 4nt lISa *.. IN. MM rlllrM
JayS J. JtcoM, It A. Ming : : run thorn North II togron Hf M' rtoht. M dIV M tMlM 14. Townmip,
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ryn Shaw Jane Johnson and ......., 4IMMVM 4W slap. U Ottrvlowt S45 tltl will. M rtrllv** 41 II'S ..., Nt .... to .... Ill tt turvty 'lintAIM. It tmiHi. (intt I Ml MMrlM
Mace.pining. Jr I4A4 W U......." ".. MM, ... DoMrtmont OI$15 I..... ...... Hte" "", Spill It .f urMr M ., :H
Repair Shop daughter and Charles IIll. Ill, DonMt I. "' ....... 1IH tic : '_ .."..... TIIIIOUISI' ,.... pIll MiMrty M in*) wllhhl' MMM Y441515, .. ,. 51050 55 .
5* jnf. ... iMMIng, .... WIMp.' Ming' 4U4IIII4 C_...... SOIlS II It 41 14 Ily 1.11111 .5 1145. ..... honrt Nnrlh It ogroM If *055
MIOllIM C..IJdgl 511.5 AlpnIIl.' ..001011.PIlls. ttr ot .. 4l 141'* I Ilion 514. Mud 1M lcd .... 4N MM, nM HUM Mul II.
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JACKOMLLE'I Mins. _I"n'" w,11., .. a'00 .. .Illy' 0- ..U.d not guilty, lovorly I. C4rMn- ':' Pgrmi-will Mt M .lUUO ..... ... I. IN. _lOt 11.1 II 51510 '0.0.5 II tm.MI 4tAllOi > IS' .
lid ,. 01.0,1:1. M.I i..d,. 01.51. ..>r, 214' NW It* II folturi to ylolrltht : :;I C_ 54 I..o.5l'' $0 Sasffi. Slog, II 5111a ., 44 1,51 I 151 55505 55 51115.5, .
III. Jutn A. rllin J,.. Ill IW ,'. M wiy ,,_... H. H...., m U. '.'. hwr trw tt "' runt to 51111 lId II 1155 5,05 II "". 5111151I1 MKW 41. ,I4TM 1r 'IsnWIl fit"
Attached .Sin,' A.. _,.'. HI. Jimmy M. Ourr. NW tot Ttr.. trlvlng 1It_ run4T4l on* ::: COUNTVl PIOIIll. lOnlIan .l 5111 5.11110 54. ....1."o. '_.
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Jocmonvlllt. dnv.og .n. r4C4lin.chirool. ... PtOJICT NO. PtH 11.10,5 Us$10 II 51'11 II' 55' 515 (50.5 5WIlIIy ad isO ... N 55.1I.
IIM on* trlvtr l"4"JJ"nny ". se'1.1. 0 Is *IMillM, *' Antr. I Cloth(4T 50,1111 "0. M4IH444I, II Nt tt. III 55 lUll ..Ill 15105 ISIS PI IS5'"l S ..- ,11*., 5114 ,
Mins. 4704 Archor Utttt. 4MOlng. Mich-' ..... II' 54 CII 55 OS .. 5551,a- ,11111 .., .415.1, .
L. Orwl, lit Nl tall / *.. P.. Me If lo. 717 NW It* P'IKl, Mtrlvtr'l 4t MM MMt 1151111 M 4nl Hu M CMhjrilM, o. i iM n14015. 11eIS.. 5l SIll. "N If. Sill.. PIt
MM Work M "n
; .. Ctnll4tt 110' .
(ntlMicMo. IIM m* run .......
trlvlng whllt IICMM PrM! I. limirt, ttotNl .. MMrltM Mrtin run lhin t 0,4511154 ISO 5555
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Locations 4f4 IkonM niipin44 pirM ..,,... P. SaIl It., rMIMInl' ...*... .. .' th4' < It *rrM t4 dl Soil IM Tt MM hi Mul 17 M4-04. 4T 55" Is
trio I. l'...., lit Nl U'* ".. Ill :' 41 thMrvm grMlngi I V tit Mtinnlnn M t tunt Mmovi M toM to Iht on* M UI"* .IIM.,
IIM with TIll I Aiph. Call
.',. to yutt rigM' M cay, tit. Chtftor Wool 14 MulkMiTtrly hiving 0 4 rMIM -
W. U"f.; A" I. Conllinlng M Hl| 4crMI4t4r
,.. l. II I4lh Ltnt.cirtltM OogroM > aId t'rxor CM two krww' tMt ... .. .
I luchmn J II71 run IMmo nortr .,. ... _.
Plata ..,.,.... IW. Olvlt, I. Ctout*, Honesty PaysIn :111 I $ Ml cuhnrHi 4thr .4>4ltiMo 71171 MM lId! MM lvrv4 Ifuouoyi 4 OW"'D.SYI .
44 m. ., lId ln.lonltl HUM. (.... ... .I. >. 54dIll.
MM .. UMvorilty ".. altmc. lUll .on. allIS M It togroM tf' ,,_ if,
6-0315 and ... C. CnirojM. Ml NW Wh L.... MuA I ." .. Iht in* 41 SIlO litrv* Sod 4n* 10 IMl IOMOW fir
....,... "',..!. tM. Civil" I. Ctovfh .54 COUNTVl PIOIIAk Alt P11. M 44nlrtln4 44 rtont. loudly **roinITMt ThM Mrt Ml
N. Main St. OH NW I:II" II. ,. rM light.. IIIWllnwr Long Run? OJ S PMOJtCT, NO P-tlHIItl, IJOI 4111110, W'aol lot .on_ 55 'SISo North t fhoMI M Sal III 44IM ..
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lit Noil Bank CinhMt. 717 Nl 41*. "... Milur4 I run NortK 44 4ogrlM ". W' will 1417 cniiM M Ov4rnm4n4 IM t
..,. SlIS 555.15.
I 00455 1111
to yHW, rHt. M cay Hi. tog"A I 500 1111 1015 Ie I lUll.. d'SIinildN 17, T4WMIMI II HOMO H
6-5211 HHM. IW Nl 'lit* II. rm rM) ROCKFORD. III. (AP) I Mt > 5.15 .15.45. 55, 15 510 015111 IllS UsPUI? l5 411UllISId r.44 .
cay .1 $5 I AISOS 11011111 .5 O'.say
llgM, SIC "'>" L......-... SaId l.$ 5.5.I 151005 501 155 1,1.1. WadS Lrlng Sills M 4n4J wimto M MMM
.51. .. H- Ge. 1 1.. James Barton says he Is selling Itul 51 __ It' 5'" Sa.0 10115 44 II50l 4 to Houl loM
I _. wrvoyM
\ !01.51,544... SIt, jmv'HlgginMlhim.Ml hit car because ha doe not MI ..c..,,....$ C. 4H4_,.. _,.. $10111.Us .5 5414" .. 5.51111. .....SI. II I '.. ..... 51:51 0111115.0c55oI:5I
.. 551 11111. w "oy 1
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I C. *4h>M>r. II IW VI A.4, mi.PTMIT have $30 to fix It. u 7-. ; ;; ; .". ..... (ft toxllnf 4nt .... .........., 111144 55. of 514 5.5'I. Iht Mvl* MtHM
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McHInt, till, Johnny L. *10.. hwt I .1" 1111511 .5 35C00IMp Towmnit II Mum .I
Ills Nl :141 Ttr, h''.... MMlni, IlL, He has a $1,000 bill but thesheriff' ........ truth....wi4rtmt fMinty' 44n4lll, I IK II, ****. t tn a,*. I.0 soUl Al? I INS .11IISly" |..
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TIMESTODAY DoMrt I. tmllh, 401 tl im T4T4 .44 lIla $ 11155 11141. ,11111 .r MM MtVI.V if m.tlrf ffMtJotN. II M-nor M M IW't M "' IM-
office will\ mulrM f" MrwIvrMI M .
lei him 4M
not IhMH
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0. Hirtln at NW tl.. "..* break It. ,UH': ; : :: ,OtI''''i 4H4) IMMtxIM Him .. ;:. .?..,, .A.,., !:' Wort 1451" to Kt 4ogr4M M.
.....,. to pIll n.cI M .4y, Itt. lif $5345 1- 11411151. wit' *, ANNI H. ....* laos* '
tot* J. Hiwir. 1414. N'V 1.0 A.i., nIl Barton 20 who does odd )nbt, IMfK ItlM, MMMhufll WMI fltM tor ': 5 r4lM4 M '
I.J.5 'M Itohl. lit, D A Irti'i* Jr KtC VIM M ,. IMIIKM; III IMt' NWIci. ..t ,It moMT' Oil WAV1IW7 IWMllrly. ;
... M> A... MKMlnt' SIC, M4rm found the bl1on\ a Rockford M Sly II' II pal htw .. P4rl Ml through. M ongto M M (. *.M"t
7. H. III I' ... "95, ,11 1.0ll4 .. street or ... au4rM .. Ml |M4 m .A.tot 14 lId N.Al I* Ih* (north 4IIIMI4' 44 71 MM, r4* thontINort
Friday night. .. .
lass It pal untl .5 IM ,5I. .. .
III. lOW liurvtry .. M Ih* IMl ty IvlItr II 5I II' Inl 1441MMM
Ana, L. toMrn. III! Nt 55.0 ttr., Sit was just lying there bigas Wet 04 4U.SA550'i. I. ., M IKt Nrm .> 44IMF. 4 510 I' ArMt M. ... IMM ty ton* twno* to th* Pool M loglMIn M 1414tl
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'i' 4MMyM) I'M lit" IlL KirMr W thMtwit 404) 4* ll WMIHy .44 511515 151005 1055
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141*. II. Ufe he reported. "I felt M 4 MM .4Vttt 41 I IMp W t .
mi NW r4n n ItoM tw-M ty | M* LlllnorMlnf '- WoM IM MM It
SIC Inn$ 7A turrttt, HM NW 71$ K.rM better after I turned It In." !).F : : KIM 4> .llll SaId W 4 turf I .., :. ,I I III .. ., .
J, tM '...... SIt Jknmit Iryml. MNl ) mtM _..<. to IM IMO- 1 4'0,544 It TMMit II Mum.torvM I Cinlltnlng I 'III ...." 47 |4MOWNIO
III* Tan n* trhMfi IICMM. IlljimM Sheriff'i officers told Barton "',lp II INS lull it PI4TUM, nv4l M H Inl, IVl II..". ItMrtM 4n4j
T % \33J W. l4r1IMI, Mlrwr AWM, SIMI C.H"y. Me* tit A 4Mr 4T 4V4tt 1 1I LII.! WISSA IS I MM M II UM 44 IM 1 I duiMn. J A .
..... Ill, he would have to advertise mwt I Ml IhM Ill WC4 4 II Mr I 1545 ..S 51. AlSO Iclni .In1.aV int <*4rM4.VS't'ii.t
MM A. AKOIH, r* NW" SIN AM.rM three weeks wait and ,.... 1 tM 4CIU4I H4. WIN WVtlMMIt' :=: ::.:00 11111 ....: : 0_ _
a ... : : 1" ,
year IMuM .
PrMMl 511.144
rM '...... SIC WMWy N ._.. 505A I 5113 '" 55155115
IllS. Nl lOll Tx, ,IIIMM ....".. HtNmcy the bill would be hlf-lf nobody .. .. 'MCI.I4 (It t.. call 44 tM .I loom M< wool IIM 4* WrUM MOOM4 li"' lf'"ONIHM
'I A. Ir4tort 101111_ nittlnt. a.. .I i t. MI4tt. If .'. M >. I* 14 lout. lonM M IMI M l| .W
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ABBY: We have been married for 24 year and not complaining. I loved every minute of it. W.LBEWHENTNiSGOLD REAL REIGNED XWEEHS, I ME AND 1' I
,I l we have no problem. except that my wife likes to read My slater (the bride's mother) paid a photographer to I5 ITA AS MUCH MONEY SPIKE. IS REMOVED.1/1 WAS PHARAOH?! GOT TIRED OP i IT I I HERETOswTO II I
like and take of the She had book
to sleep. I to come pictures wedding. a
the In bed before going I
read In bed, too, but my wife is still reading the newt made up and It was beautiful. I asked for I picture or two. CASEI.a [ANIMATION FOES f MUMMY CASVEAINT
piper long after I have dozed off. She has a certain way My sister said I could BUY them from the photographer.I 5,000 YEARS.T
of turning the pages with a quick SWISH, which Invariably told her the one that was In the newspaper would do
QIj wakes ma up. (Now that I have put It In writing It looks me all right Now .h.'. peeved at me and refuses to
i pr like such a silly little thing but, Abby, you have no idea talk to me. Will you please tell me if relatives and members -
ap bow Irritating this can bel!) of the bridal party are supposed to BUY pictures?
ak She promised a few times that she would not read the ONLY ASISTEI
bo newspaper in bed anymore, but she always starts up again. DEAR ONLYi Close relatives and members ef the bridal *
Q I Just moved into another bedroom. No fight Just a deB party are usually GIVEN a picture ef themselves and eae
cision. Was I wrong? of the bridal couple. Year sister It either lnformed. tr 11i-z
Bi ETHEL'S PARTNERDEAR tapped out (And possibly both!) .'
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.2 PARTNER No. It's too bad that more people don't e r__

St realize that the biggest chasm in the world started with DEAR ABBY I am 11 and am engaged to be married BEEN 60NE I WENT BUSTED
the tiDied gap. soon. I wear braces on my teeth and have for two years. w DID MORE'N HALF HOUR- 1 AFORE I HAD
W e Srl My dentist tells me that I must wear these braces for an- PAW I THOUGHT WHAT ON AIRTH ,- A CHANCETTO
DEAR ABBY: Last August a niece of mine was married. other year. Ha has offered to remove them for my wedding HAPPEN? DEAL
If Two of my daughters were bridesmaids and my little boy If I will let let him put them back on afterwards. CARDS TON 6HT /

lu was the ring-bearer. There were three showers for the My fiance feels that I should get married with the braces
tie' bride, which my daughters and I attended. (This meant and complete the treatment. I just can't see myself getting
dl NINE separate gifts.) In addition to that, we gave her I very married with braces on my teeth. And then wearing them after s-
vi expensive wedding present The bridesmaids' dresses were I am married.What would you do? n Io
pi store-bought and came to $48.50 each. I am not countingthe BRACE PROBLEM
shoes, gloves end incidental. The boy's ring-bearer suit DEAR PROBLEM I would kl my denUat remove my

It was made by a dressmaker, and that wasn't cheap, either. braces for the wedding, replace them afterward and complete
You can imagine' how much all this added up to, but I'm the tre.tmeDt.I .


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then he starts to be s m I nation of Geologic o I LeVI Lacy
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f "Tin Can Man." Her This series cone 1 u des
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Board of Education Is on the future. II:U O Movie I C GOING
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comedian Bill Cosby ID (Color) TV Binge i I YouR nOORBGLLA 1c '
} a scare Into the MunstersO known" examines the _
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(color) "Uncaged." Aer- atom. ':00 O Sunshine Almanie O Humanities. CI1 = t

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mand performance at the Name of the Game." O Humanities C-ll 1:U CD News d

local JalL The charge Is Katy questlont Glen's ':!5 m Living Words 1:00: O Loretta Young
armed robbery, and pros scruples when he tries to .:. O World Civilization 8 Sign Off
ecutor Kelly wants to adda avoid an Issue during his 0) Gospel MUll a Password I

murder rap. re-election campaign. t.ttO 1 Paitor't Study B Special For,Women
O Indian Experiment"A 1:30: O 03 That Was The (Color) HI, Neighbor t:30 Q OD Doctors d00FY THING To F
Family In Andhra," a Week That Wat-Satire I.MO: Farm and Home a House Party I D0. ANYHOW-! ..RUTH WILL r JIMWHAT! AREi -
city on the Bay of Bengal (Color) The "TW3ers" 7:" O QO TodayO I:N O m Another World == MINI MINUTM NOW TO '- PeoSAstY HAD ALUvKtlLON 1DU HOLD
contrasts the life of city are slated to satirize the Local Newt, Weather 09 To Till the Truth GIT TO My' COSMIC CHEMIJTKy MTlL WiTH ONE OF THE THE rlASEt ELEVATOR. i
dwellers with that of village election campaign. Phyllis 7.01 O Ranger H.: IU: O New. AROUND HERE- ANY lONGUl OTHER nets tee TN
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peasants. Newman, David Frost 7.10 O Local Newt, Weather 1:30: OColor( ) YOI O /
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easiest method for cleaning an trying It read Uial hidden half are finned a penny. my face and comb my hair.

electrle cooker. cup mark en your eld minur. Sort works at our house.Ruth Where? The dreary bathroom. toe IR 1t7U f AtLY WANT ; WILL MMPltAfC
Just fill the cooker with water lag cap. This morning I decided to do I ir. t7 LOf wt U SO KIND
add a little detergent, put the Pick, your half-eup measure something about that i ;1.0ULD )MaMw ..- .r' 14t A* TO 9*'NO *' .:X
lid oa the cooker, and turn the and fill It three lim ....y.o'U Dear Helouw-: I got out a cranberrycoloredvase "" TD sort POCK CHOP,
beat on low. have a smaller cup U weak, Never throw out little dabsof (my bath la pink), put an I vaoy'ss Y p&R eAcEoPCTATCe
Let the cooker steam until at M. perfume add them to a''I''assortment of pastel, artificial II t S,

of the residue has loosened, then WRY doi'l they make the bottle of rubbing alcohol. flowers In It, and set It on the I A C'CUN8SC'iii ... q
empty the cooker, wash It, rinse marks where we eau see Wow What a Un the fragrance -I(dressing table by the mirror '

with water, and dry. them given to a sick person, or Next. I got a supply of bath :M
O.LC Astigmatism HeW. even just a tired potion, when soap moat brandt come fat
e rubbed with the scented alcohoL'
lovely colon), unwrapped an s 10
Dear Belolst: Dear Heloise: Eva Huffman the bars and put them In an Gr '
I ue transparent adhesive- This It the way we have settled apothecary Jar by the basin. = LeN .
backed paper for those the allowance problem In Now when I comb my hair
between places, such aa between our home. Dear Heloiae: the tint thing I... la a bouquetof
the stove and counter: We have four boys, ages 14 When I buy little boy,' trou spring flowers, then a jar of
that don't quite fit together.I nine, and slx-yearold twins, and sets I turn them wrongslde out, colored soap when I wash my +o f AiOe00r.THAt1.Les dur..Yps tAw eO
let It overlap about aa Inch In order to establish how much and mark on the pocket (with; face. HAM** c* r* ton K* Joe MAU.V rnMAiue... AISOUT AU- eACx 1r, uA Now:
pn each tide. allowance each one gets, 1 1 a laundry marker or Indelible! It gives me a lift, and be- PM. MCUNP WITH? W AMCTXCX It XCV 1MTTH,

The grease splatters, etc. can multiply the grade they are to pen) what type of material SIs .'lien. me, my husband and four ti .
be wiped off with a damp at school by It cents. So the and any caution stun as children appreciate a happier wM
epoage nothing falls down between eighth grader gets 00 cenla "don't we bleach, etc." I wife and mother not one half- ++sGr
the etore and counter the fourth grader gets 40 cent*. Then! after the tip are tort, asleep.
and @'. Ml unsightly because and the first-grid twine get 10 1 still know which trouten arewashandwear i Dorothy Brows

't'. practically Invisible. cents each. and which setting .I Why lit gel Mine cite In...'
j. a All four boys art required to to use on the ton for at yew time store aed pal :::

make their own. beds before after! types of material.. Moore firing toby tJctem ee r,
noon or they art Iln.... Margaret E. ReDer tie walls*? | did It's enea- -
FROM BZLOISC'I KITCHEN I try to apportion the finee. I leg the UMitat tail rn three ;;)

IJstea, gals.. For Instance the boy getting to !Oar Heloise1: .T MIC ,eH. sMrakig w'. I ..,
Lets el recipes call let a cap ,cents a week la fined a dune .vcryone, net ovation, ku leek at ifctin!'*
and a ball ef milk etc I foe tech day he doesal make those want"to pback-to-bed I! ReWae '


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ISIS Will Unl....," AvotudOPIN Cnn .'... II...., 514o, U SIlts P151Yrb5 u.. PIMS sod CN01a, Pats ft hiwIMtII A/01155 and IONS.NSW -
14 NOURs A DAY Iram ? AM stubs trtMrM Mi ytur lasts II-Mtlp" Mate .. ,_...
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SERVICE DIRECTORY rlnki(. At VM DIINmtf IM TMm Ns.WN1Nd ..NUM {Uf'llwp ""y .. DeTs. -fECRETARV- "SATES"MANAGER TO your KNOW KMJI Mr HOW mtrttir Mj finnyfiniM TINA
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RATES .. ,.. 5 Sr105.5 5.N'I 50,5150
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FOR SAIL( I IR CCI hoUM II L'TTLEWOOD' AREA I U. a ,I_BR. co,,,,', CCI. a" old' -C : 4SS2batiis, I .., 01'port. do 337NW3Ild II. 3Wad III .:;;;;I .y OWN" 3 OR. a bailS ......]'.
THE TIME Iu,... ".. M ttit w...,,_, ATHL VOt ... It ContrU. hut bulll,kwill. Occuponcy by C rl.I- NW nth Tlr. MM down Mou.l 55,03 IISI 40.5 asS 577PS NW 5151105. Icr Ills 5. salts,
illS .. flood "om MaCui?. 511151 I. WIll tu? ,In ad tut. Prlct roducM lor :: me. Alas : S as d.io.d. home In N. W. Helton" Con. Ml 1.11 Mr ..... Sailor Mycioilng me. 5110510 55 102110. On Itrgi lot. l In ...,,.bl. Pin.
1115114. air eondlllenKl itt hMI? arMs ult. Call m.Jttx tut NW NW 551?. CIII 316132$ heel end air conditioning" bulll. CM!. Clll 171.0411. tot lay ino. Por Comtorloblt mdConvtnlml LITTLIWOOO IS NOW. Iii., bath. a.pIUul:: :III. 511171. c.: Ill?? Avt.Anothor In 111.1.?. 5dgowsy? C.nalocl.a. ..... GULP HAMMOCK I IR I both. town living. Clll I I IAlyl. II 0r51. .11.111I. 1 .. 555153.
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kit 37HOII or 371.1624-
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_.... IwlkltHil' PrlcM ,a ...II.C.II .? ccmlructlon' In WlmMrly. QUAU.y- I bId'... I "'h .5.oa, ?lnlug' tsp. assAIls ,.,....... 17E41I1. GLADYS SMITH 1755311 Realtor .accilful, 5501. ...,. 371.4175FREE
\ Do You Hove ? ArMn Itrtll P 11 l4 tr 5.7.?.. Add your _.1..'. aillill1 Ill.. ", ",."' sn... 5 rangs bIAS HAWTHORNC. lOAO -
'It"m touch M Will" homt w. clwoilngIUV I Northwnt locitltn? LIvIng" mom I I. 511,1.,.. ........ SIllily In,, II'II5 .11. I .balI, CCI ....... w.Mrd- 12M W Untvirllty" ?" Avt TURKEY
.5155' 53715115 .. Call aid G,...... ".1.0" .,
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b.r5r'oa wood Noon. tlM tqulty PlyflIOSISall AUTHINTIC COLONIAL four Thonkiglvlng' turkey cornel
ARoom.Apartment. IS K."... for S.I.Ichooli ListS M.ldr. ScAla? SillS.. l.ro. bodrooml.Ctntril ,...lIod._ ..,-. l.collonl' condition.? Lowdown mo. 171-1507 trl.r I M. ,, 0........ wnltt brick ..,..101 'InNW with IMI, noun II purcnined ....
OIP.ICT PP.DM IUILOIP.nt ? lly. room: I :Z.d.AI' Con- tovmont, t o.n51iy payllarIS wctlon Log buntnlg' lln- tore Nov M. Ttill I IP. CCI
or ma DOWN. a Il CC5lilml bIllItsr. ..... ....."'...,... Salads. ttTlw OPEN HOUSE a li'sGi5.S.ooIllul tn-tttt. 57o. Prod Mason Phont PR l> AT LAST' I place. In jumoinuiiy" cirpnod .heuit hot been cemtletely, 1 re.conditioned .

N. ._. add J,. Hid? H.n.IS 1451. ctmt.liltttwlrdl ......11.. ?yol ........ lyisiM ... GLADYS SMITH Rtallarnt 1341 Or PR 1.3115. Iolni ...... _,... Pamliy 1001.,. and tut third
.. Itnud bo House to Rent? Nl Illlt? Av... 1711031 :ttO: N. W. sit? Acl515. Hug?? =I'rborh=:: 5. 111111' SoilS.H \ w. UnlvtrlltyOP. MCKINNEY Two dr ,.,... Fusliloro tln'oIIk'lC 10 15107 55 "Isntosdlals 5c5a'
sAy HAPPINIU ITHIICH l tvon, dllhwlth. dltpoiil', llro.ploct FI5S5CT SOS I.A5Gl"PAMItY' Hugh. .OW..... lnc. h.. nlumtg'to ..D_.. "p11111 .11I.. pencv Movt In today eel yoovScrSay

.. kwcillni 11,5 U. I. |IM| Horn OCALA Mock, I IK, I both', .lr|. l.c. condition CallS Ml SMALL tORORITVLlki GREEN Northwiit Cllnnvlllt csvlraily IisolSd ..ndaircd1.Ilarad losrsorrow. L..I" 1ft NW
REMEMBER- MjItsIlIAaar.aWy I MM.Mom etlllno. ........ twi> Kill homt ..! P.M. tund.y Nov mw. III 141 ......... WITH lor your VSa1' o.d dIP.. 5153155 luol 4 blocks 0r05l .,.....
ALACHUA ?HOWfl INC lot I lomlty room wlrh rlrtjm. 7. It KM I. W. 14 PI? Oo Mulhn Pour Ill "both homt In c h 11 I c t DEATON gj All brick Slop?' lint. Lccalsd 1ft 1301I b'ade 'a 501105 is a 11755. 55.
.. Phontlout. 3751535Mdi Ire, njnctd-in" bock yir.built '.W. llth: It. h Mllort O.rINOIVIDUALITV- NayHisis, loc.II. 121.000.T. .ULTOII, gj RM! tlolltr wallS N W. lIlt A51005. 2762311.M.Ki51ay .
A rental vacancy ? Opening every tunPM '' M kltchtn. }-rao tr .... dosS .,,,,.. N. W. ;33rd C?. g) Tirriut floori? C505lucls? COllitsIlly $350 Down, $46.50

Sloan I f PM. beglf .... CREEKSIDE I NWThrM Pormlci, Clblntll' 2762335 tor "'.. Incl, ...n t .... Tot.itrlct ,
... YOU And culllly ire the kiynotn of 57M11 now. .11I,.. .554,0515.. i loddod llwnlgj .
COSTS MORE SIll -uIu.' II (:HI N W. 05 SI.Cows. rSOO Clll W.... wWntmtn .
... Sal. ...kk....... I R I bIll CI Homt. -
mil 4 ftr I bail homi footurlncwtlnut 711r01Sdm1175 Air conditioning?
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M _.IIft.. "brick llntoloet? rosin .. 533,005.Tsona. It 11.1SO 510,010
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tearoom. I both, fully con .. I Ills N Main tot t guldtd tour.
: than the ad that ....... "'OU'L SAY IT IVMYTIMI titnly cl .n"I Itoo cli N W ;13rd Cl ctrttt rtlMn I lId f ...,_ SMoll
? ." ...1. mallS III.771 tn It. ond .. .. wy prtcttf 0.... tlnlnclMClll 155 .scrsrlblsvk horn.. .bnu.lltul .
WATt PP.ONT Ftrdycl ..im N.nalllannsw.slIlIonMrst. tor molntmtnl PR oak md otnir tliiot Ironon
will rent It! your HI.NIWIIRRV. I .Sr. I both C; I. Ooclou. CMMM slluctiss Th,.. .S4ow. 155balSa. ..3117.EXCEPTIONAL'VALU. $100 CASH VA M-tcn row? niir H I g nIprlngi
IN ... CCI Halos horn. with' uqultlH vltw tl lMOOIP.M ,.. And ctnvtnltnct? You'll ,.... Hilt" I 121001. N. W. :Drd ClI I .OM All tincMt Mil lend
Mr Mit .tr .....,. M OM las.. tr .. ",'" tr Ctlonlil with llrgo MP. DR 4 ( will end IK. tn Ul 17. Prlnd
Harei what your MISS .n tams rtI 150 town wTHKII LR with WllllimiMirl? 11.0'''., I BMUtltuI Acn L.... N. W. Mrd Thrat I R. t both homo In ...!. $750 CASH FHA. .. iril tt '2i.oooFr.nk .
I t.I _.'''' .71-1.... COZY HOUSIA wool ImMrmt: will U will cm Cl. 1511? Nlrlll.aI IlSl5PSOrVOid. I .01...... II 05.111 1105111 55515 0 H....... *.llor
osry Ill. asoall _, I. 51175. ...,.. 1000 .... II. Mtutllul ,ItndKtplng Loris lot with, bttutlhll milurthrubMry II Th. ,....11 I IR. I V. Grady Flninct Co OHIct
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vacancy Ioc..... '"1 asia sails M *.. Clll Ptrdycl 17.I2MFORDYCE 000lily' and .....,.,. ... ...... Homt lowly Mctr.itM ira tin building on .bnutlful' 1 ...,11. Mk .1..'. cirport, Hlflk P Sprlngi 0 Box. FlorldtImill 703
nnvtoltnlt Now ringi .nd rtlrlgoritorIncludud lass In Wlltmtrllnd _
I CMMM mlWDorhocxI lIst ..1.... e.ntnl hut full krlck asa
: YOU EVERY DAY PHA 4 IK, I "Mfh. N. W. Cl Itllllovll ? T. D 31750015PS m "" ,.h... prlct tl OWN'" MOVING SOON $413575ACSiFC5.
a:7J'"l.: .. ...1..1.. "Mil. 13400000 ..- 111.000 Low down piymont of HUGH Hie. woodod Urt IS 14 ? 3 III. Plorld5InISI.
: until rented not PHA with iiymMti oi NW. 14th PI $14000 .ls'O5 oIr c.sdllls." ,.
It I. : COMPOSTS S ASSOCIATIS. INC. 1135 NW Ulfl II t IR .homt 'hi $7101 ..' month Including mil down ,.."'..., md tiki
LOT OWNHI I I I O.co Psrdyds. Saallvr Wan ,.,.. 1301 down MlMr EDWARDS $500 down, $16 ? ,...,..
You cm II55555551511 hornS with Ir | bith, homt M. lot JI3.jn. hAL 5STAT1 CONSULTANTS aid and 1.--. Al ." 1601 N' 11th SI.37I'743L .
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Orbs till 1701 N W. Jtlri Avt. Phono PR l-VOt Cows an WIlls .t'..
ISIS fewer, foot under root lorM Dick elvIs Prowls Hough INC.
: I IP PENT YOUR LOSS HI.:VI. I ,Urge bod'..... ft Mil for IPSO.NVISTMINT 51,51 OouldMi H....., ....... IV OWN III. I IR, 1 boll CCIhomt GOOD! INVESTMENTA 'M.
I'? baths, Mass," Conilrucllon, O. C. Goy Dudley OouIMn., Lot IM > 110". Now inferior camtr trtMrty .1"' ...., M lilt 1927 NW 39TH DR.
: ISi PER DAY 1 IS: Oil?? tr Oil forced air" hilt, Sc?"??- ? 525 W. U.I. a'31 ,.1.'. IrMl and shrutn. u.',. A... with I III II. IrtnlMO 3767971Ktaltg T.ki ,.", chtici/ .. sos. LASSITERREALTY
in KltchM wltn ..,..,.. birch w. 5a5 I ScmbSr ii lots. 5.110 Nior churchM md now thooplngcinton 140 tl Hi Mo... Clll PR -.- -- 90 ktiutiful brickKingibirry
..bl..,., plin menv more Me.turn w.lk' tt LlttlowoodWMlwood 13417 tot ill Mrticulin amId
: 141 ,., IM. ., IIM ptr dry Monthly poymentt trtm 14 PARRISHPRESENTS oc ool.. City" Sos ...... U" komM
Inc. IUMARY Id tin." Mk 1100'". window?
1111 ? NCP. Ivllden ASSOCIATES
HI per me. .. II..el ptr day an.7.1. ..,.Ien. 0114 V.071.11 bllnft.'HI' 1. ',ocI Buy Jiyni lultirworthCol (p ;
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111 per '. IIII. per diy ONI milt twin Of Anus's' ?''* 113- 51132par ms. llclodo.o.. aol t. W. Doll M. J. WlltlhlrlMultltli ? $9,000 to $30,000 GLEN IPP.INSI ARIA L.,..
: too Lira. Piaridt room. with MOELLER ,..... 17 NW Salt $5. 5111,11 PS _Lilting 4 Bfdroam. t SIt homt on l.rotCF.EIKSIDI
... Hr mi. Unp.rday bum' ?In Mokihtlm mt oblrwtlUnuMll ATTP.ACTIVI 4-h.droom 1 bithhomi '."13. ftvt/6pIIWlt Co. I ttublt. lot ..p>.
... ? cIpMt IpKt hi comfort REALTOR centrll, hilling end aIr NEW I IR I both homt. SI on. .5 1- .s 100 I 14'. L.,.. LPJ with lire.piece .
........ inn w iMintirF.ur dining' 4
asia I bntrotm PlrwIKt iiptriti room
M U" day Oood toci- ,
p. IM. per conditioning? comer plillicId 1114110 Patnllp' rIon NEWMODELS
lot, W. Unlnrilty Avt.PP. .
L.... MKMt lot gill Florid ...... Double ." 00".
4447IMimbtr liar niir HoWard Ilihop Ichotl.LAP.OI ,. with flrtolKt, compl.lt ...,,., ItdrMmi ... Tw. No Money Downon ,
build'... 1104 NW 14 Ass.Pll.os I 1101105 I ground IncluntCB1INHOU5I
tn pa, mt. 12.. per day lly Mulllpli Llltlnf" h.., 4 air _d. WW c.rp t, Itlht 1.11 l NW. 17th.IM.
PK tUUI .._'..n FAMILY, lull ml html. 4 ....... basS ,.,. 4 ( tillTirmt. your lotNISINI7 MIN( POOL,, CCI n X RKreitlonhouii 31 IWIM.
: PI per me. tt M per diy III houM 'M Mgn.>lt Itrlngltrn .. W. 101..11.. Pi5l59. Kin?., bedrooms I "S.??., lemlly room 170-IHI, :1701 NW 5374MANY hilt 1964. Sm.ll. with ..,..._ Pit New
tin town all (40 Mr "'.. Chor" Maya ...,.... GrInS children pliyroom, ., Kr.ploce ,Inliving AvtI Now Opt* Daw ..,"' .... '.1.... (or FHA flnenclng, require lily

,_ pM pir mo. ttM per diy I C.ll OMll CellISt 4 12 '11.. H.?. ..Iy..' ? .,.room. bMutlfully? UndKlptd NII PIATUSIS. 3 .II. Daily I 0.' Quick, S.,.. tint Down PIUS' doling cotti.Tottl .

.. I .btdrotm, I .b>tlw ._ trmthouM OWN I P. MOVING I Liutlful tnfimuHiil Sal?., CCI .homi, air conditioning Viii... Orbs Tw. Cholc. Loll psymsaInOS price tny 1 75.000.. Mmwnby
PU per me. tt N per toy SIll In, Diet. MlghMrhoM tndDtnlih bookcim, nrmltct, tngwork little as eppolnlment ONLY. Clll 3't-
10. Uitdy. lot 17,twTtrmi r-.II.h"1.... ?. IXCILLINT. norlheul .locitlon ...,... '....11' iituittd In CMMltl ond unMmMrtrTItymi renting m I Ilk Strut 112?.
Isip., ... ..1101"" day ..... Win I bedroom siaosl porch ... lift ... .. lookIhf .
wnttr Itvbbw Inc. Ph tui lull! in kit, fim. NW Mellon, I block trim J. J. SuN tnd '1OCk.I "" $56.00
homi Mil with low downpovmont
I 171.5314.iSwo.. wood floori, nttr P. K. Vonfitnd priced tt KlMol' it JOJI NW 7thPi SlrOsI YOU SUY 011 5UILOyoi.oaHliPslurIOillOIlOl'
ft .. UII day 'I end 'Immtdlltt? ..Up.... Plnlly iSs.oPV I balSa.. lor tptrtmont I. .-
me. per
POT 3 ID. CCI ....... bytwnor Unly P 11 not .,. :..Ciil? 37HW4 Ie, _to with 510111111. 1115111. tI..? Loads ., thMtt H. Sivenl I ntw ktmil rttdy allow you Mil 1 Uroo I I* I llttlhomi

I sin par "'.. II.n ,.? day mtr .1_. and Jr. ISis" ? HIOHLAND COUP.T MANOR .by All city CMVMIMCM 1 tnd Hrv.ilnnvllll It..... tbil ...11 ... ....4Inviitmint for Immidiitt MCUp'..'. wltfl IfOO N I*. tl livingrn '
KKooli, fIscal bock,..., 1311 wntr", .." 1.. S 'I't""kll.' ? VA LACK OC.... Trldltlinil I bod- ..... pint bit I. Ctr ..,.q..
: Nl Ill?. Av>.,37M03l. WOO down. Mill MT. ..... M4 ross. S 55111 1151115 WIll IWug New Brick Homes saaosIUIIy Iaodlsap.d ,..,..., In.clu4 8ull' in IMI Hill LIKI NEW
CALL 378.1411 N I. ,. raom. MDiritt dlnlnf room, f.nvNIXPtNSIVf ... THE JAMES CO.
IUV DIKICT PROM IUILDIK I4lh D Pnom :3716571.$275D0WN I ISt.h. CioPpIIIIy Os's 51511,11. tsrNSrItllMI.I5 l'tr.vc. oysr 1 larya U. srI
I Sic. rwlusd Ily rico will :isplac' lasimd.rn r In trat. Tit... .nt. mtny marl arg 901 W.ld. ... ..a?. 55' P1.51?? room wIll
50111 In ? Carl,. I
; TO PLACE YOUR M, I MINt kllChoT'tWlpMCl. lIla,. FtilirH.ighti Wroot k) ...11...,.. hint I72-2S27 "...1... Sip, modini .UltcnMlwim .
PHA tr V*. 1103 HI Ill?. TV. ; It. Nth AnIONS i Tan bulll In SIlOS, .von a in.wnntr
JACK Dl TOT. Iv..,. 172.44Iluildin dl.,.,..,. C I NTAL
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; RENTAL: HugH tttunrrH, Inc. 371.571.FRED I t bKlrMm. homt rUhtTlltphtn. .
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I blAre.. 01517551 Scoss will In good condlllon I lonld SAl, t 4 4 lied....... SIlls kltch.tn 1717171Contemporary ofKmfiktrry
Mk II..,, ctr parS .... ftnctd kMll for "homi bullntu.NIW toulpmont' ctn. hilt VA M 12] NW I ItS S..... MDUCID UIOM. Gaoa to Llll.......
; r WANT ADS bock ,ord. ONLY IJ7I tool) down ,."...... PHA from 1700 172-1511 I HomnCtlnitvllli'g IASONAILI orm CON-

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ARNOLD S SIdrasvi owrCrstS blesS Ills.. lId tlr" ...ondltlonod homi tnlirg. ...11..'. I... 435 OOWN '551 ..' ...., I.
I ,lust .... Y1l15 Id. I isI. 5100Gan0s'lIis. NW inn Plow in ItrMlePIM ( ngw.it lId mootluiuntul ;
: 12 Jutillg Homii Far S.I. I All l0C5PI5laI, buyI lot s IM lot m WlmMrly S j eludl.. : .. ""OIICII
151.111. 5iII.is' kitchm, milt.? NOUII DAILYCM .pirtmtnt building 'o. I NORTHWEST .-
: I''' ;JJ a u ,aJa,' .191 hb.d ? $11,005. I7MMI tr Vt-7701. tlon. Tornut 1100'" IWl'..
.. "" _,. c..... abava l.aras.S REALTORFLORIDA 4 btdrMm, I Sal? lAIr' I story UNIV..SlTV OC.". Now WIi.. I -I Ii LAKESHORETOWERS window, otc TotH prlct HVIM
'de' ,., IS MAIl qutllfy FHAl .
for .. .. InI..I., ,. .1IIt' homt 'In Nl Ollnnvlllt' ONLY lrlctod SOSdiOlsiUs 1535 -- -
: .,au. 11- :slain?. 114,OM with II.. POWN.OU loll ,.... llrooli. Imldl toll 13- I '
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souls .....,.... I DHroom, I b.? homion with, t monthly" Ineomi .. |17|. 378-1521
"sspaW.Iits .,. hill ten wood.4 Kit ".... .
V54311 wood floori, centre N.'. pin.Hind .
I Mdnnm I .mill mifr liiilUf, RttltorWm '
Florldt? room, flropltcl In ... ....... $4 rIll
,, lull tutlldt of 551 .
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living room. A fillS homo I In Iornllgi I IBIIII I Han' Aiiocl.lt
Llmlll.? Call,.I hill. I....
NORTHWESTTRAILER hellion. PrlM 117 KM. City Id 10'''.. Auoclttlmil
SALES crooned In Milt? with ounkmIIWipool I nt it.

a ra MUM .... Nf PHONE 372.3522 ? tnd hell tcre bttutltuk AIIOCIATIS, INC.H. .
: :- o' Pllm Lint 174-OMI Fe, lIpsIlliwart to 155 SIlls, I ...... Ill ly 000.rondKiped tot, LIJI THAN WIllS Hill H.'... OrthlmCiroiyn Colonial 17 Hill Ilfltt l.elt.....-
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..5.5 11505 wi'? h.._ 1150,5 Sissy --trJ
N I Pint 371371 UN1CELYIurOIhd, .ts.Ubask,
sod Florifli' raom In beeutlhil- JOHN
12' WIDES fully' Itnoecoped. II?. Priced ll 51.51 PaslIa, 11500? 1ft 0_.......
Hint with MM dewnpeymentnd I tt 4 lidVttm. M...... I. ModernYOUR COlli. Isr ,mel" M'O'' ...01"".
2 BR under $4,000 WIN per month to moil"? MERRILLRealtor poscIlas.. J. .oar C...,. 101 N.
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cellent Norlh.Kl loclllon. HMtnwi FHONI ,. 11414A5SOCIATSS '.dlu....... ItyiM PIT You FAIlS \WANTED U Is 100 ourca
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,- .odl. d.w payropa with without hem. WIIHIn
PHA eltn
nt tiuiiited pair
.. 14 Models
TOTAL COST por monm Including? tenet Mor..lll PordlW g) Will .. .. Kvlng" l5S 15 PIlls If GAvIacIlil. Ill? 375.nr27 .
op CONTRACT WILL' II lllllvr and Ineurpnce. Sales, rofrlgertor H luckhenn.nJWK Ouillty ",,...,1., 4 workg or 11,11. 377 NW 71111 Aos,
llntnclng' ...11.11II dlfrhwieher. dilpMil' mdAC ........,.
SEE will 516014.5USINESS : ) A community' you would booroud Priced From $13,4001 $18,200 LUXURY 40 luuntii PrapirtinIEAUTY
LAKI uNiv.TINILI5 PROPERTYII Drive Wilt M N W. 3tlhAvt uli, good kc.tlon. .
1111On you iri hitemled .In N. WIll ...! ... HIM? tprMg .kv PAYMENTS $7nH S Swimming I/Ml S RtcrMtl.n hemS r.fo bm eJJ-A W"GOOD

Hi. IM, I mil. .. I.Kay. ? ." .... we Ill etlerlng |IIMIhot ......11... I" 5150' 50 101I. START AT / AcrM aS PICRI. G't.nd. S Ctnrrtl HostS 0..111.' lu.
...... 5a151r1.Opal' cennot be ouroeieed Do. 372-8404 ,.1-0044.EARLY C.ntr.1 Air Cind. 5 liundry FicihtiotSttrtgt "

_'... ond auidpas Kill iviinwi" M _'". IP LOOSING tot t home not Ltck.rg a Girkogi Drop Ckult BUYIW.IJO'lOOocI.W.
... _. .., II ..._..... lulfl-m Kitthm)
MOIILI Soul IPACI lint i h. ''' Pallid P.rklnfl Arm S Light.d Sidtw.lkiI ....
AVAILAILIPngreu P.rfc with III thetl ....n..'.. 415.50 0000Ptuo,9 Mr S 5155r50511175
Mobil. Homi Sari ARNOLDREALTY ,h,.. ...,......, twl Mtht, llv. AMERICAN S ll.volort $155115 51114 5111.1.
:" Mil.. N_ ... ..I Ino Pans.. ?11.1.. dinug ,1a5? FIREPLACE HOME HIGHLAND mont for cullntii, prop.rly 127Unty
ClwrlnO. Norm M",, .....,.. .110?. two cor geregemmt Av. .It Intoroilod. oil?
i .
COMANY All trick mttritr rmodhMrtfl PHONE 376-4456
para MaIMS .salaI ....1. wall ?IK.... Norwood Hop, Vt-UOl
Multiple Lli"Wember .,.._ ...Ih 11_ .. .to rlrMIKt MniWdlomlly
PO* IALI DAd I IP. MHllknol I' lilt\ W u.,.. Avenue 1>I.llll .. I..... COIl tot ;. ._,." room bulll-M' klh' COURT MANOR FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT TWO CORNERS
rainS Clllmt ... .. .
triiur. Anoclileit MM CUdwell M Mt Ihll, trw. chM with 57 .k' I Mrllvlihly BUSINESS LOTS
I twlty' ailS toit ever pov" Jim tneeport lob oilmen' LOCATIO m tlock AcrM, Mil iKidKltod Ctnlrllhutlng <24H ", Sirvcd!
I WMS. .. iu ...' PM.'a 375' P. W. Hoato Jimmy' Oretnlwvillw 11lldsrn .5.5570 515 P1517. ._01. 4 lIP conditioningMlo SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY M4. NW IMI Avonut. t. I 1)1
..., ._ .:31 M. 511405,51UJ Inf toftturM tuch ll Mrooliclcwilrtl MM.tnd sIlls. CholM'
2106 I.W. lltk ST.u.s.. MWY. 441 "R 110 nod 11I1J.
h..,. fomod comor lot N W. a.... ..COII.... Itrmlnm .
J CONNOLLY Ill Sn sa, ..'.. C1onf1ft ...II.b". PHONE 1721471k Main W., PS 1'k..t.ldIF.1-N1 II N.

M.bfla todntm' 5Mm_,".1.. ..homel SW. I Mary I I ...KII. prlcK.d it .km 5004,5 HIM llvtot. 51 Scltt OHic. Nl JJrd IM sod Butler Bros. BUILDERS 131 550 'wili.. s0 NW. tIll

par punt, I yeer nnencin.e .. A ASKED[ LUXUNmS050115I5dIa TAMIMCA louisMcCOY'S I ltd Tirr.ci Is 51,1.1 Id,. 135 Moss last, Pull 0,-45115 Lolalad, Sy
D,... aai ""' .,. I i.ioa Mars ", .
> .. Oilneivllli tn U. .. 441 SI?. .h.... lim'llyer ......... .10....... l .4. ;;
","' .ardcosd 1115 CowSs ISIS., University Realty

51515155 1151,5 II I Icill NW ___"iil N M.,. 51 511 :377 4755
ii ion POE tALl fOR 111OJ i end '._.bI, prked Iti 112.7070

''.mllvitAL _._ __ 42 Firm! 0> ..... .
: TRJJWAiIIEVIIAL "co ... MOUIII ...".... with Sooner or lateryou'll .
dM751 laSs ...11.... 'IS csarsIi'v ? Sr '' ?.
55 ln.ncIyg
: :: = U A" 11101. II"? ,fl lahla'
o<_ TNMS Ste ramS 1ft .. ::: acaI.S5,I I 11115
from ION to I ..... end ere ......" aid nssllIiV" p11705515' I 51111 II 5,1 1ft labasea 011.1.
1 051?.. tlstto ..
..... "d P0.55. COli ..
&JJZ&ff&ft&lleninttli. 550 01055 for ScowIny COMPARE !
? ?. Mo. Ino. want a Butler s'IP'.PSI.3.ss.
tot lla..a,?. .n-uJI. $ MACOMAHOMES ISO ACnn tot Silts .... .5,5 1ft

|v> I tern I w. J.W.KIRKPATRICK Alasfiso C.\y. 05 Is 100 .._.
Town- I ten toll I t> ..... THESE HOME VALUES "Improvod "" .,". H t. 4d tcroi
lien toll everkxll g L.... WMMMV INC. row ctt. cvoroH pond on .lond1J" .
I.... PA.. .....", -... BEFOREYOUBUYeAUrf Bros. home. Whynot .? "'"... II'. C'" ALA.
REALTOR 2 & 3 bediaariisS RMIItrI ? Cool SOALTY AS5OCIATSS
lilt MOELUR w. Unlvtnlty' Aye. L 3 N. MlMII PIMM PR tl.... THE 'JEFFERSON" 11..,...
ASSOCIATIIilovo ------ ....
F 11 M4MfyOWNIP. I lot I or 110.,. hMoect *.
Mllhl.un bowl Suns.5 Jp V Sc 0 15111105?. .
keeulltul epeclowl lot, ClOl A. W 51150. U'N. I'. CMrmln.ly" colonlll? wlildimil Tho 1e1l..1. 075 1151 SodS, now 5,111.
...silIJoslp.l'liI-I-! .? .? ., ,1.811I $7,200 10. ....
IH X HO lent privilege, .. Itvll, Irkl_ 515 G.'H'' hpmi ll I .'od with conportry 5,515olIo0. 474 sIll 55 rS..dy II....
keeling end timing, Ml '111. IW I ...,_.
GooaOIl 6 carportiPloiitrtd Osnionds 55 51501501 FOKOrd I
55l05105 tot
...... saSy .
AIrS *olla II.... Notltl Iho w.lllouMry ::r' .c..IIe" Wool I II GAL TO.

LA.O' ... aa.MIM. .MIS 1ft NW.aicus. apSlISSSd U.N 11 WW N W. ,,"hr. m-\r
....... 141., ...., .. alP? Formica cobintdtulltit MODELS IlKMn, MnlryIttrMt !J..W' :' .I or II ACItl Altrecllvt .
5ir'ls wi'". paid ,,,..... sI..a7. S kitchtntTtrroiIO hondy h) Ihi Mrvlcl on ;" I ;" JJOO N.W. 2I'h". ALL CITY SERVICES lot mlU' W... .. slIp Home.tut ISbN
City w.s.. AIM llrgt toll 15.11., ?lloort Irmcl. Tnorl |r| IhrM MdwcllltlM > 5,05 pS'Ws IP 575501 .04 1 55. I .baWl. 5555 .... 111' lit .. pass reed Dry pint
ISIS M Wails sarA "Pill I is?.. Bath vanlhtt Now n.5n wits .51051551W .- 5111 "Ps p. ... woode. II IM .. ..,. with' _..
Perth If ....,,,. Sow. Ptymenlc All city ulllitltt? Open MM. two lull tllodMtht 4120 s 4121 N.W. 19hD. FERN WOOD MANOR Call Ok i obmon, RALPH
.... Sr.'sU. .,,--" laid C .._... drtulnghM FOMCV ..... || W. urt.
..... Slde..lkI a'.. 05 Ml 1111157 ....... .. 715 54W. lIpS S. Ave DeIIItecre. .

n V. *. McCoy iTt-nH. Northwest I lormil llvMg raom withttntlly 3 : : "balls, 111 5'. II' boW. 5,05 5?.. 111' Tn lNloulilui a_ 5vj'AAll.
.. : :
a 1.5.111. 11,105 111101 pIcs a 12,250 up
ThAILROADSIDING sWIn.. .. 517 ISly ...- AlID. 41
$1 1,250 $12,550 raom wIlt" I _llrotlorttnd ,,,. 4119.4127 N.w.I"?" Norn el 0._'... new
1 MouHM. chorry Mi. hM te ullrul wooM HIT .
LOT D.. __ "'
EstatesCvirtm ihiM tt Iht .houMwith -
AIM amasS .cr r.ncMs" YN, fit L" DOWN FHA hr u.yjt wim term. AL*>. M
I 05 I ball. IISI MI.
hM .. .
lit HlKnod ctr grial .
5AVI II7S WIliS7Sl? 101 .11III Mall.? SIrS O55S. tt giK per .... ALK>.
AdSIi, WI"?? 1.1.11 5.4+ tnd roir paIN will Norwood NOTHING DOWN VA 4 eere Irict for II.m par "'..
I cr-IMP lc1.9. Oivs I 5111555isy boil) It...... 5.. mom MgnHul. pticl tt I .. l111Ult4 Cost Peer MedlcH erheol. ALSO, ftcrei "
Sail' 55 54437.wMSad lIds $100 Closing lor I ..... of leH ".....

.... 1ft _.... rIa.. $$100 cash Y VA A 55117545..MPIaII 4411 N'* lilt PI =:rr: : ::: Hope ton Ap.scy.3I thrtugn.N.J MOM W, K,'".p least..nr*.

'OIlDYCI....".. .".SIALT5...AlUMIAlTI" INC ......4 10" Th. Charming L_.33 7 1aIs5kg I U.". A.bail' 55, FROM $7511 PER MONTH 11 N a n...,_565155 Said I.....15.wIW...5en,5

,,5W.UMv.' 371.374 All CifT ............" I RANCHO GRANDI I a ,.... '_'hr. 4 III. I "H'. h'r. -.. ...... 'is.
___ 555 05 HId's 11510. 150515 WALK TO SCHOOLS H Km w ot town in povtd r*
5505. N. 3 .L..L 51540. "' 51105. ,,_. 701 .....
PrVviNlfREO .. (MUMMromngj
14 W..vP.id I t175 11515's 000. SIn.H I =.. ::::.... :4. ;;: T"d. Hvtses load mtny ..... HIM.
?. rtam. Mk to**>tl KMT I ..... M lull .....
5. .5.5*IUMMEi aS 501.17111 SIOMI 51117.Ll.1. $$395 5 cash s fHA 55.511,5.55 5I5i 15. -:: : 411115.WCkidod I9S :=: ": ==-ao: 0' Property 4 IR. Brick Front Colonial. Now fLsishinj. or own log. COVW 00 Wvldod MO MM 10 K*
05514 0 ISO Kro trpcny-l
MISSy S00IW a5SlOdll5WI'WPsAI --
I ,". en a5M55ly down.43N ,
"uiIMi4. .Saris ",r'4as *5 IS SW 111115wSSOISNININ55S11 N* irm .PLPLANNIria Price $15.825. $$25 Dawn ..
Ie Si,. S 5.s.a waIl. 5111151 ? laINWALTER :::5ctil.0:11:0: : ALl out soups AssMinuWna MAKMOELLER.. REALTOR

M+SaWs parsda.. Wp1.aa TO IUIID"Ltl I 5050575 Lot.. OSN .011 YOU TO 51.P11450011117 lilt W UMvorhllyAvt.
711111*. P1111W n .111. LId 13" 0 Iw-sa, JOY III'NG' ".YTIMI ISSIlsoIna '" 44471
I 515.bu. HUGHEDWARDS ut gv* you an *tiimat. ,, -.....y 01,1. YOU WILL JUlY CALl DIRECTIONS! Dri. West en 15th A".. Tyr 257 ACRES

If sass SS1714.Ni STUBBSInc. on' contracting yourp. L.ff an JSrh St. ar 39th Tirraca.
-'. .. I 517. I .* cuttem 115,1111CoIlGs.oIds.V.Q Loc_ NW 55 __I""" P''_
o 1111 .
11.11.1 5.11115111* Mdl aid Was Ids 55 as ITII" Id Swi 1ft 531 1ft ss II
I _.. 11II_ _... Oft McCoy.1 .. ..un101. sr 55 SJaiAi MIS .i* .. 5.,.
L_ ..... ,.. ........ u.. INC. Oov FR 60290 I Butler Brothers 51. 05 I .w'n 'iS 1055
-. ee. N,.. Fit 6-5015 or ', 15 5.05 PosIny 5.0055. 5,5
H. CRAWFORD 2909 NE Is'thSr. Phone J7'.S394MW ::1 6-6502 I S / ...., If Has 1511405"MI 'BUILDERS S-r_T"1- 05 1.l' .- ..

5 'P.OPihtI5S willIlMi AC55.05LA1IU ..1971 I true) hou..." ::1 oft,. Ituiof IIW.IlalaUlWaiA.45I04 ,55Ul5 A.s.iSw., If G.laiasiIssa DAILY 172-M4 MIGHT I7I-M4I University Realty

AOI. I MM. Me aS -- I MI n. Ill. is p*, pxoni
.11.-. W..110 Unaris ...'.

.ow7wi;;; \; NryAtc5'1700-, 'I.z..:.:; 14Ji 130 0137' 7745 704 Csl ypa 510 55G4 5710 The Cl ? 1704 55335;

U*< Mf4 : d 5

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5.gUigIVAaAcv 754554 11171C3L0 $
Fy17 L17MS
S A SRILA05- HAPIalhf outfit* t i K< tvi J M n.yCMS

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42 Fantii Ac.... 4. URftmlthetJ. Apses I 54 Iwleeti ....... I Ie Mite. For Set 71 Mnoleel. MefekintUttlitiuilve SS A.........II.. For Set. I -
14-F...,|. i ...... C...

BFI-603"Acr i I I RR ilvine room one kit. w''tft FCC 510i1 I WAfl-IllItU INFANTS ., .mac s.,.... II, N.W ANO UIID ".NO' 10450 GtIIVCOLO1MW .
tcnonoe peren, .'. por rr*, wlor M_, CHI John Merrill. RtelmietA. ,.. 754357 7.50 .0(5,. II' taF Try us -.r: :: 151. Our "_ SNc..IbnN/5' 51055, J1 rDRSC'" 1000 ...Nr 15uoaINS.
W mllei, .&,_11I.0. teituriPeneod turn "..".... Nov. inn 554. (1. 11r.4.. 05. AN 515511S. .Lose N NIL 553 1Itt1l.. .....,.., 57310. A''..
Houtf lluilt''.... |MevAcr Phont PR.7/5. OS'. 'It NIP. eoolor taroiiwninonLuiIcCtnt CALL ,7ISOO. 510575151.5414, VW. N ... $150.Jot BARKLEY
n. lot Huttllewerei
Ie. Jll.I3JI.
mntl I lit wilt slapplr,5' N..... $,llcel tnrMtriM Center forrenheoletreM. SINGERAUTO .. INS IMPALA1.05f '5r5 '-'
.55//ppd'. '.......,... s.Ou5.oey. John M. Iteo* IOU W Unl' Avt slIts. 55.NM 051050544. 1962 VOLkSWA.o
GLADYS SOS SMITH.W. Realtor, Ml M lot PI. 141 por ..... hem. ... o) J7W4OI or Vtan.POR ZIG ZAG 311-WlI | / Coil Kon el 171 yjtt.ItM .... C"1to "Oft
Unrvonlty "
Phono J71IMI ft ook. tor Mr.. IIASI ,..11III... f. ,tons PIANO cool too muck coll ROowin eUlCK IKYIAR I OR, Call 105377. M.5M.er
8 ft Aerei ntor Idliwili Kite' >. ottor I :N PM 171 tit,. ....Iltl... w. ""Iv. A.... Price *H* 0)oo......con buttonhotet*. No ."optJIoue.._moneirtm. It. iroon tor elrort I re mtactory Inert Coupe V... blue end white.V IM4 MSI or INI Al"" O.OMIOloyaw.

.('- FR 2-0328. PLEASANTLY LOCATIO 4 out per me. Clll Horiholl" Hoynoi MICR, 1$. over ttM. AT WW tlro. PV R ft H, ..
hundrodt el ,...., eewith loik m .w I4 cm* (
Mud .. : ) or I. P. Ml lit /R PKont ,". P, 0 .N4111 one emor ntrot.Itlll .
55 5 IC. .1IM. PR e-Ulo. W .t IW4 W. $01.. AVI. or Sill 1 lo
Appre lm>toiy It KIN, teeutiiuly ......,.,.. .......lIc..t ....... _.751' __ 5/015. bArd rreeil 11.0.toko 505. P5n1.. ... JO. Otlnoovlllt. with' rectory gu.ronroe one Com M I.MIU Hiu. MOTORS
good ut oovmonti
wooeM, crtek ivtMlni 1ecv owner. Phono 171-tS7l,
MIN lor CIII_ _
property, tMiee city IlmM I 13.3605.Yard 17... 5. lutlrml OppertunlHet6ISTIllbTOt et M me. er pty btltnc I *. WILL' ....... to reipmikrtportpionoc Y ORIGINAL Ownor I...
towKMe] C* nerft by tm "... etemien el Ml M.1ks N tsar MMt ? 5550.4 WIN Treed Tompolt-0.305) ... 17 A..,_. i''" Wonloo
M Mum by Old fix ..,.-,. 170' NATIONAL Pick up pnvmontt tf Wui I
Kiwi ,.. M Clly, woter t 4 47 Heine tw Rent Few.. tloroo.5tourontt tor booutlMVIRV wM0, IIIe IEWINO MACHINE CO, INC Iltior lowot PIS' ,. troM hoc*. San t.. New. low MIWOOOloothorott.

tewopt IaM0511_liable.tv ..I.Unuouolly".. foe.. RA4'vbr5T--3-Sr" rcvtcil 51,1154 n" cot 51mlo 447 ftlfft sod. 1Mnw41 drop -,.15 formerly) Mikeil' lowiiif' Mtchimlorvkt HVO tonne we.ft moiion wurmtor. eke Onjon op wi toy" Slow pr.m5,5m. intorwr.WW Poctory 1170.. *Alii.1 CA"I CN50m04.WAN.'O.AI St..nd/P 1.054 5.05...... The soles deportment fell short by 10

TOM U. ORIINI, Suitor, sir -. I ....".. 05.5 ....". ....-,.. m55./00' 111 W. Univ." Ave. JTt-IBI novo t : CH1/1505.... S41L Ns.M7 M'MPO. N.1.1.5. NA 'It 4111 II. .
nomkel yl
port bumAltcS' AHnoo S"HIu RAKL1 !atc o eolt ever
It. ,
now im me. VMIlo.'ULL.Y his sIll 550,155 wilt cmpbt 5401105' 5510'.... NOW YOU con slay cooking Witt Ave. Phone I'.... Mtire P M. JM-I WANTED cart lost wt.k. Mr. "B" is back from
| NAVE A w PAR7A 5? 5557/1S GAL Pull lilt OAI III 5111 "IIL
PURNIIHRO IR ...... 51.0451151.. 314557 C515X. GLOSS out Wot moeelo. 151551 P4an. Clean used Cell
tote "pJOt OOlt et Hlwtlwne. 1 4 trY .... 101151154, 755E 51st, 50, LaGAl. carl
Will HMO very rOMcnoMy torup by county pork. ... HW-H. TV 101' N. 1515 51.. ....... JIo ,.. 551 0 01005315 1525 45.f.. Choteo of nnitt" 515145. lIdS CHRYKIR NMgorl, horotoe. I Bob Adorns, FR 2.7128. his car buying trip and h, either
note ml. Alit mo says
le I vn. Ponced mi r, homo we bulMlmt, ". ,It. 1121 Px. ... PR .6104. tin.... PROPANE LPGAS' 5.1/1/5175 Musk 555.. hi Wads CHI .7 mi ..norI
Motion for loou tome .
tll 5 5. "I'll Stm t PM.
mi otter ,. M. 155 .Mu51. 537 NW 1'1Ava.. Nt clot help' 5v.11001.. Call >R ARCNIR ROAD I 'M komoior t OMT ttitM. the cars go or the salcsmtn 90. The
...... ,P5CIAL154 CM0r054 IV tlreeneitien "
550555 1554 4511 3754144. 1717. PR 4Sllt17M741 5.555. o tyl oloMlrtf NN.
20 Beautiful Acres PI ttatoe e<.$. cc
I 5s. IMUH tor rorrl loeoioe 0015 ADMIRAL M 5.0.0. 51241 Smell 51.55, 5.51.1115' trS50,.,,.
on4S eroup pty very oovity one salcimtn want to keep their jobs sothey'r
M Ml. lut_",) city.., About | Kmw..dl.M. AcSOr R. .rftct tor tMN LAMpt117 SHELL J Tillor Malxe. 515 SKA CHI folio lie poymontt.: Cal 13051. Don VN.MELTON.
Nan trooi. nt I Sam.NEW .
kotwoon *
D".KY. P1..4 'R ,
ft. ..... .Iasi ; orijln.iowner ;
Mehwey only IMN tl PONTIAC Temneit.
tar Rule* Ml. OIL. MATTRISI ft m.kM- 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE R. ft H. ttlcti MIN, tweonolUon MOTORS taking any and all dials. For the
I d _. H..... fey tent v....... toe boa ..rno.. Mtt ooli 1101. WIN, If_ Clll PR I
Anile Root itton OIL CO. .,.., ....". .- ut Ni UMd .1171 ollor. | P M. ni n. MAIN IT. m o-rni

C. ... Angle ........ It" NI _II. 11.-3 lit ...... '''' cell iprkigi M ft up. 013 truck Hav.DLU, ........ ....PICs..."'1... ItM.MOV UP. iMiP iD' GALAXIS SOS $IS021555. /. but cars, the best deals, the but prices,

. O. J. Anglo' Ass.. ."J7'ion Jo..*. |..... yore liu me. en 3 Wttkt company paid trainIng COX WAREHOUSE to toon ot aa ii hftt AT WW. RIN. 5-4050/
*MM N W. Urn. It. M Colt 17_. / In management MIng .. 40. t. Man It. PR l7 Ave .' c.ll 'R UlloSI nwiont' coneiiien. JioTMl.UM FOR THE CORRECT its the number ont dealer In north ctn-

41 Cal.... FreptrtyI 'Olt RENT It P?ot''... ..."' .... I servicing merehandi. CANE JUICE C ScootortOiriCR P.AMRLI AmkMueor -500.
... 505 lit J lS ....... L51ss Ing ovailoblt" to quoUtitiportoni. At .mill 71. conn ..,. Delivered II. Metertyciet IIM NI tHI It. Apt. C TIME ''I
lot Ml por me. Phone tcureg Earn while, you Oil 411 HTt. Tom I.vltr. Hwy ', Phono PR MOM .kolwom. I ft I I I trot Florida, BARKLEY MOTORS, 2201N.
I PR ..15M or PR ..11... joi, Na.oIMrM.I ._ '.. RVV11IOH' eurootlt PM. FR 2.1411
: -- Itom-.excellent opportunIty ", M...... IIW iKOUon!
cock 5.3455 komoi far ,;;;. MVfumlilMe I TON. York Air" C_"_. Tho CHEAP i< 'iiMilsT ..iLl I
.1 UN up. to enter the tervlnation loll imd t ..,. Coil WOO ..II erovMl town troniojortolltn. CM 535 ANGLIA. ....1.... M S0.5'O Courtoiy 0* Main St.
MOVE IN POROYCI ft ASSOCIATES INC. buslneu. Contac tor UN until MI,. Phi. C ...Et..L P M, ......... 14...... s.sa 11115.soli. V.I..lty CktvrotolH.

.... CCE 1 ........... ..m w5.5srro. RIALTORIM Mr Hinry DtLoach FR 2. 171-0111. 14 AUTOMOIIll REPAIRS FIrsf 5715 "" .. PR 62 Chevy 62 FairtantM.
Low 4.1,0 ..,....,. LKal.M W. 1101.. J74-UJ4 53HII F 6 W DEEP-WELL PUMP 005. ... )to at lltk Aye.MM .
H.|. !705 Torr. ON CORVtTTtoiol. I 1.e. Sal ? MAIr, 4 *wr 554.0.Sic. 4_ iMtn 141.
McCoy lutlNnoyi7ent. I IR HOMI .. retpontlbH > Will' SN. I. 054. tad. = CTTh'O'IIIIOWM 15551517 .,_ 3110.. 5105' r4 ..? ._1... 1 5W. tnC .....?.
ptrty. Psa4 <4lim."N'N Wo.r..l to PsyWANTED lit 1153 WI Phone PR., e-loel, tik. for MNvnitlo N_'..'...,
ISSN J74-H1I! our motor tuno up toot. 1.510.16P.o.llt. rMH, .b5M"S. no). tin* $1295
MOMII POI tAI II .... SINGER 101 N. M.is' II.
ehimi femlly rm po.
t I kodnomt II 141ft CALL 'R 6.8269. 4 Sporti Con
M. I Imonttily It5 tie Crno tt NMP. conler. OCTMOIKitcnon I.. IIJ.W' $1595
A... Small SLANT-0-AMTIC
P15m0. '
pulp ill NW IMn Ave. COINS WANT ID .
Mymontt II7 M MlAIM 17MU7. ..... tllvorWUrt A...... T eie enot every ,.., vw 3UNRoor. 10000 CON.DITION.
homMtviit en M Alt VS. one "" me. MILIIR I ION eule poMlne 54010. 'CaLL' .11 nil 64 Buick
your POR RINTIR enot ton *n< ml thine wild out tll'.. Mokoo but.tonholM. 01 tv eoey was. one trucklyoiniie.
wm121MMM5e PSpn5.t. P5. I I oomi ctntol hootln* out" adion.RIIIL oowl en ........, MUM. Ail work ......._ lIlt ? MAY Aye 555. 55554 AT 311 N"IITN 1MITTY 61 Chevy Lo' lore IIHIM w.1.,. 1
air" STAMP I COIN IMO ....... .tc. 'or 151. N SIN SrtS$5 SB HiwineriM Rd. 051 YOU AY 5.1. IOOOM MWIWIp' SIP
me eentlHtmre OtIs Sims MI w. UMvtniir AIwt .. 55 ..V. 04 If... 015. IIJI O'.L I Su: MN. 515. PS NAwq.row5R5MOTOI ._. .,.... 5A. AlP a/mltH1"
4'- COIOHO RENTALS It ready. Ron tor Kilt knmoelote kerne hi 55115.Nnry. NW Duot't all w,5 ......... C,5.om SI A_. II.. fee Sele 1711 5/05 5 II". C0. 11105 MI".
Buy Uvo '.",1"1 l Oy.1M. D51. .I1e. I55. -
Mcttlon lor I14 por me. LOOM look AnuM rwr HOUM For M 'TRIUMPM IPITPIRI' locrl- 113 N. MAIN I $1295 $3750
NOW RENTINGCOlOlt.O ov.lloClo If ...1..... Act now 0dII0' r 051 I".. WILLV" SUNS 0003,514.5 ,I' flee mutt sal' 11_ I f R .-
ultre mooorn I IK euple piwne m-iin. Arnold; Sally' Co. HADsoclC .'OTH..Im..2S. DOWUNOI UPH01I1IRVCttolrt HUNTING CAS 373. 'HON.J16.U12. Phone 172-1032..
opertmmN. Hit .... .low .. H. No money .__.__ .. .. _
loroo Uvtof one W. 1/ Ave.JOJ4 x 411.1511. AlteVS I -
eown low M u por menm.Proo .
41515. 5,1. rcd.m tltcicsic Wilt
tan ..rg. ........ .-.., MrmM 11NPURN. I I. hank Muss. IN .. ..... pickup one eTrooe Codllloc '57 Fleetwood 64 Olds 62 Comet
Hoeri (III NI,., Mal NW ISIS A... AvaMas D... Im.SaS 14 Hemek..M Ooe4tp7Tp."lo 'Ivery __... All .... 51I155Ms. CRANE
Sacs Oood Condition utl.iTojiM '
dole Md/.e. 15..r min II ldlt
pa 114. Plroro J7NJO' NN5r 1731205lIT'I
x 54 lilt woter kMter, focllpoved "" -iI f im NW fin ... ...... .. .
.. Mil. Kits ? 510sf '.::11 "M. : l:e:I lAMifOji 55.1,1 tollV 054 noeior
tie tor sop 1134357. 00114 ....... t eM toMM. ft 4.5.01151 754351'v. '53 PLYMOUTH 1 54 1ccladio5' IN ....,.
If t 21st(
$ --Ei: 5.4 A.1 0,05110, *455555.DRYERS. LINCOLN-MERCURY $1295
mxMrn mMMfon
Tor. or for )7> NW HID II 155 komt IWoit tat P115f.a3 ....1. 000 TIlls 0000 CONS. "
? 3n.'m ...., tut oown one Dlpor ....., .01 T .Ltl ITMW.__ 55541055 A DISNWAS5li' tltt 31.-..'.

..... or will 1 rent for HI pomo fOR IACI portoMo. ..... ....... your tlr' coneltlenore, |uror .. M PORO IOOORtod SAFE BUY $3895
44 Cottoiei i*f Hint ,.... PR Itm .*. modtlno to. Mipnvorthilr whtt hove vou huntme" ,1sCs.IM .
14 ot, Oovonport. loOlo RN.XIAN A I HANOTMAN SHOP PR MMy SIN, =.:.

NfWELY OICORATIO 4 room 4, ....... For Rent PM,5 PS ...m '. .._... II lingio. ...... Heoubio M..,... 475.55 USED CARS Rambler 61 ChIVY
cotton le W.MO. Cempltttlyturn UNO rrtrleorotort. 10MM itock ID oe complete kit. LCON---r 62 eotr ...... ., V1

kxnieei wotor lot tor me.wittbie ROOMS POR MIN cioon. ckno m, I sIN Hovofc ........ fteouHo W5 jim ,. 4il NW tin Ave.it H44 I eoor like H,. Walk 44 nr, 4NcMa
for rotlred, tr younfcouple. Hooni ....,. MoM torvlce uw ofpnen. 50. REPAIR WOItI ON ALL WI WANT TO IvY .151 MedsS .... doon Prkoo to lull now, Phone prlvoto PR ownor o-llff, S16S. MAIN ST.r eir ....."_. roi it... $1195
Contort M... toot Oroneor .. RHOKIOMO 421 NR Ine I MAKI. C." IS 13503.ONS rOtl15SSa.. 50C.p110S.iIy' 11511
rjnont 47|.1114. It. .td 41 OOOOR VI Motion wooon oto $1595
P1,55.5757433.' ..
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.... vonltlon' Hindi, "Wit50's'EX HANG! rrono. n ,0. IronKorre Iretjlty. Mr. Me-rt. Mr, lerkerPhtnc
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NIC* QUIlT room In privet! klo. M all ntllo ,. |mioner 62 Rambler
45 r-NmtihRtl Apt*. pome, M woolly tr IN monthly.Men 1 end cemuoo ileht e-7114.liiigroo 505 1 1. I".reot.! ptMne PR 44ie I f M. ISIS o.lot4. FR 2 11
(Motor. phont
only. IN1 NI 1th Av5Plots ", "
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IPPICIINCV' tot C,..., RUM sod PR Hiot.MI ... SID, Mllowor, woo< Innor.wrlne I IIodo .4 551510 10 53 ... '63 OLDS TFi"iir- OPEN IVININGJ ?* OM ,_. II' 504155414.
___ W1.M ouMiefcuilnm eownitolrt, I ..."..... 111. ImolleroMT 110 .,...$ 510 t5. 111510. "I 55.v.ryst15 ". 14......' OHor lun V ." I 450' b.rd4N..M ""
.... .. corner 1124 in NW .It Ave.OLOiMomi. .
Nov. HSNns M. 'Is d170uI.d.WILLIAMI .
0.. hooter, erum tit. = tomato trana0 I s .1.l e.INN.
ISMPte,4 PR ..,:M. 1 NW t1. Tx.LIC. SERVICE CURIOS ril iiM: $1195
ooulyroot mottrooi. CWM hikoit itu AT, 53./1. 0555
I ROOM furnlihod, opt.. 4dS NW port et city, HI Ni lid It. .- 1111 lull Ste ...1..... -H..I_ ... --171-11" toot _II..... H9.. till" PR 21 51557105, 55. MNN.
lorn it IM eer ..... woter I I .... CAN :JUICI toe After IM "M .111 PR .
... Phone ., QUILT dmn/ars" .0510.0.s Mal 7'51a5d1a'tMull 11I... IIIPSoo in>. $2595
Illhti V.-" .hoot llnoni Sur.. UM ephont ? At mill, 71 conn eel. Delivered tl '
NIWLY DECORATED APTI. Col- ft rotrkj Wookly" mild PS ".3511cu Con a,.,.". Tern ..,,? Hwy IM *OR M OlOJMORILl ... G.M.C.PICKUPS 61 Renault
'logo itudwitt end couploi' with ..", Mom IIH57I. ITUPSSOHT Ml 14..1. _. ,.. ..... .......,..- lirollontranomwn Oovpnir.

out dlllnron trororror Clll New- ROOM IN P51571 40145 .... 1 PSISZSUrSildltbralil LUI Lullre not oniy kit ..,..... ,nl etttr. CHI triiSTI .
berry 4TMltl .. 471J37IMr 101055, m5. .. ........ mitt Ous71.s70571 of out out loovot pile lost e5 ollor I :30. 63 Chevy IINV $495

I U .,/.,.. .pI. 'ro'? W"" 0515101Prlvl3 5551a.ce. s5 I. 555 totty. Ronl tloctrlc' otiompooMcOonloll 51. 'AI ."M'L lit ClMltaj Mr. RAH & VANS ., 44MT WdMI, SIAM
_pit, lID 055. or 1I105r5. 57' strut pa...... ,hoot PC 110-. 1 rofrli llv.. ..... turn, Room- Purnlturo .Ce.. 4vlllo ,,_ oirconeiiunine. me ..... trommluWi > math. "....,..,.... 'If"
..... Phon F* 4-UI1. I. mot gold bond tom nod eoilm' Hiopp'nfl C...... M mm Me one. ".... Sod )Mt.r.
' PRIVATI INTRANCf, bite refrkjortler ml. 11_ ;m.l, I AM I PM.H 62 Volvo
FURNISHED APT, .1'iii'T on* Nr11 Builnoitmon ......,... ool, mutt lecrlllce.moving -SING-E ONLY
. lot.. ..... ..''v. Al,. 154111K or iroeuite j/ t.,. Ivcoilont : In I '.yo. Phone PRlJt'1 | < ItRANO PRIM ..., ..., $1795 nen. Hotter. .
4. clnltal, ,...."... .111111.. to.. ....,, Alter I PM 1514 NIPURNISHID I .. 4MI or P* e-ntl forif" AUTO ZIG ZAG nno trice KKH locrHke of IMl Illsmo.
n/5d. P,5M PR 14433 N P5 i lIt ... 5 'M. _ 'T'_ _....... tmencinf orroneon.
Ctil' in.*.
.4171. ROOMS m .|..... GE RANGE RMI ..... N.'S'....._It 5.550 I I 6) $1495
ONE I*. .pt. cm m. .-1 Iran t0n5ua m .W los Ass, I ONe coMltion. Cell ... Penon wim eooe .,..., inki 1W IANO PRIX PONTIA{ 5 Chevy
...... M'dd'' aced ..../. Call 371-']II. M.4 Ihldlo,5 Im1Y. I'....|. oor lit: PM.IAIY .. pty. of It .... er pey bet furiy eoAitawje coRMr. I /mp.'is 1- b..dMS.5N.wIm .
.. .. .... .. 1555/yR Cnlvtnlty, .. .
proforrMf once of 171. Write Jimmy' Creepy mil. PtW "....... ...

7121.Nlldr.n' .r sos? 051.at 374. PSetS.W lid'It Aye... LAROI...., wookly llnglt' room.... .for....worklntj.. ... bo"laulPMINT" _. cerrltee, tlrot. ..euollly",.... Oen Oo .,.,,.."... luM City ...... 7 1.l :::::: _. 50WN 61 Chevy

ot _......... 411 NI fne A... "., choir. |0te* .1." "_. ...1... I..... ISM PLYMOUTH .40? 5170151" a. Itoor, norehip
CLOSI .IN I.," I IR ..,.... MOM in\\n or ::11'/.,,,, .... 3711743 U'O..SIO Z's, 100 5Sw1s5M.m15 5115. 055Sm 1011.5, 5.30 $2295 = 555511.5. 4u15m515
.........,. Across lop ........ .. OsSRNt msl1N 5.1' 5100,. Cal PS 1-3131 5? NMVmIN4p, .. r5115' eM

r.lrlg. PInplKa' lerge cloo.il. 59 Mobile HeJt T-A-8 APPLIANCES ........... N.55 At/155. .... 'M. MN?
Hot end ale' wotor turn OH.Itroet one .....- blim ft.... .... 5 paM.55IS. If iiUH'V.OLIT Impoll ItCoupe.
"cr,' Morrlod IotI.U'LIW 05rMS. ....?. from Ut whisS..n. M. 0...._. Owet loolowlnoj 4M CD. ... Ml HP 4 onme $1695
only. PETS.- "15 IW- 155050005 ;=' ,0: p500 Sod t tram Ml ut Mocnlnt Co. PIMM J7. floor. .....,'oc. like now II 61 Chtvy I
: : IKTllvIninem 55 10/150./' 1431. WMo,. 51-050 p w .. r
w I from MO ueI 4114 "'. fuoronlool, white Mock tforwr tdeer loeon, I _'.
II('.. dinette. end bom Purl, PR "14M. 1F'RIDGWAY .

No .dogi 12..NW. '.list'. M Ave...et. 374Kit. the- MI... Re..tliIKAILERSPACt I.I PsS.frSea,5 TV.'_..-. .. from Nam IrOr11 140 M 105 W w up MUST GO 5.N.mt101195IrMSmIN145 62 .Eng. FordCtprl.

corner el NW im It. JIM 1007115APPLIANC. t0. POOLECABLEMOTORS

I .101tOOM 55mMMd _"....,. PO* RINTOt lit NW Itti Avepti. iTHJtlCLIARANCI 5 $1295
naN.bla' "ciullO 4mly. PMnaPR MONTH IALItoon TM501o.
1-4211. Ntwborry Tr...? Pall.5..w15rry.w .' It now ...."... Ma.r I 62 Chevy

EFFICIENCY APTS. 150,5 morkod down leDINITTI 550154x Complete ftoomiPURNITURI DOOCI-DAST tenor ft hereto _.11f
.. N5.7N7 N" PMWlIWs 714 ft APPLIANCES 1

5.ct$05 .M0.Mka,5py ...... 144. .1 SI.A W...,.* T. Rent NW 055 450. PR .-,. DUE TO FAMILY OIPPICULTIIII TIVCKSin MOTOR CO. me Iraam/.dab, ,5504...., 15357,.... THIS
lot till ....... Mil n 101. e. in
4 ID I bt'lii, ...."Io'of, .. Ch... of ereworo, O5 Cone end 00 TO 1011' RIIPONIIIll
nwttim' 1101 .W im Avetoe CHRISTIAN youne mon eoilroi ..tlxdl FAMILY WHO II WILLING TO WEEK'S
.. plot' lo lliv two nlghti oockwi.k. Choir. US. MolrOH 471-4111 ---------- $1895
Hommond Orion Rs55.5.LW ony tlmo NOW TWO
5r MI5 ena 5550.
Ihort It 5I
the living room SALES M I
tun.UNIVMJITV. PRICES .... .oofo-bo Mil., F ft. tele ftmolchrng 1132 300 6) Mercury

Pmmor w_ I IIR 5751'". I me toWoo withmoicnmg 1007 H "" St.Plione y Ut. l.... .......*. .., 61
or I n homo to rent tar We undtnelt everybody. cecktoll toble IwimulWIHI PI 2elllNorthcentral S. MAIN ST. I H.W.lth AVI.171.JOOS (ondllening. Mercury
loneer porlo to Me Pmloy AretUnturnlinoe HENDRIX Morgoilto' loeit. I tell *ooOnOOM > lotion .
OFFICE up 'to IIM. fumluvof CO. 47114 IamN 5151 ..54.57 'toldo I FR 2-143 $2895 _... 4 eoo,
FURNITURE roeio hi. auk
up 10 lion Mao PR .3241. I bOOUtlflrl, Poll fuss ft
.... 2111 or ..n..M.. PP. NW m Ave et lint H .oM llmor Millet nolle trtnomloolon. ,
BUILDING fir lamp pus
-t: 1 Independent Detler F, 0. IP.N.1 H..., powor tloorlne." HHHprooot.
057IwSet. : .
11510 0110 7555W. .SKS 11" Port. TV & Stood Heyt ".,...... .
?. M 5505 _"..... C. .M 1505 fho bodroom oullo I. Denote ton I II Cecil limmenit H..... Hero 62 Olds vet tlr....OVWIMn.hie. ..
AielleMe Poor Fee. lltk. 51 OifJce-DotR .,.. 3,5 III' NW ,711I St, 511, ft bat e .... I M... erouor win I
Will ettlaR tftice space We tilting mirror" CONS on cheilponol Value Rated Albert Pies t t. $.l.i Mgr. ..?.... I .
.. CKtict to.lotion IICURITVIUHDINO 65 AS5I..5 I IM. _.... bid w101' tnciuewf eir gen.
tt wit Clou ,..... Pertho I ..-
Ave. Plrlf for your clock
W. Unlvortlty
elf c... .to.".!. 0tI.... looce.. Air conol. o'o... OLD ........._ 1 CANIdr kwt boerm, more it t boewllfvl. Used Cars LOT NO. 2
lerpetJnt;, rich peetllnf. 5.... tssri 50011... 5504051s.nk. CawH.M..5r15M., NN _,-.?ot for lot of bunk LOT NO. 1 2495 J1195f
(.._1.1 .."" ... Indirect I ..."..... Call PS .455 515515' ..... bod.. The dmWf rm. KM e Wo, B&G MOTOR CO. 1
or ,. ."... CHI tneniANTIQUING 10>M tow. .'''' ISM ft | ttompoeeo 64 MG
'Illktinf. iptd-lR-mviit. e. .II.. Old.m.bll. I
MADE EASY ....""L The kitchen Me '
Ample .....,..., teeutitullylone'icopoo' i 5 DOWNTOWN... ......INTIRf.... One IUITIICM 00 .11. M.rtm loneWe PrevtncM color. pt, wrlhi M" rongo M gloomroilout 2001 NW Ilk St. 57 Ford Sedan Law mileage./ Ilk' 63 TR 4

entrence, end R.nnoole. M W. Unto "... Nan glue, kill new o. DUctt Her. b4 ..,.. 501541 5/05 50551 I I lj ton pwk'Up long ....11 new, ladle en. ...?. Me ""

ell et competitive "..,.) irt-liM. ... L. KssS.OPPICS ...,. K14 W. Univ. Ave. OIKI broiler Aernlrel, MM_I'...irerietoVowortl with cat*. I -' $2695

price. .. ACS AVAIUILI- PrMIIC, .-x. 4,55,5. 51,43 >-. $1595 i
Dow_ C..ot e.t A AC.. BARKLEYMOTORS $2295
Mil. For Sole erlieer I ohttvoo M oHeri Aomlrol > $695
( !
M No .4. C.II l wR411y' upright, fronor hi onelon .
CALL FR 8.2411 3711571 5 371.7455. I *. Ortf tort Ills. AioumtU
.... a.. 60 VW
T.II y "4'51 t:" I'
.... wim wo m55v 4.5
letlneM ....... vortkot pump motor Ve M p c_....
or FR 54 nomenoie Kernel mt NW 63 RAMBLER 63

I.$MALL ..-.. for .,. ttn tt. $397" THE NAMI" .'60 Willys 4-Oner autamatltj, tren*. 501.15 .... $1095
ANYTIME ON. SIN koVI Mono tt" Col.omwo .. St. minion. rod,,, an. Heeler. .. .
IYRDJ768268 $.
I DAN 2201 N
Mcvtio, roe win wnnetrim. FC ISO. 4 wheel dI",. eTS
O7 M. Pn nt PR -..... AM for long furniture In nerigt FR 2-4171 $1795 "' ....
$995 58 VW

'NATIONALFurniture $2195 ......


FLA. Spe< al 4-Dnor. radla, 62 Plymouth

J 9.2561OttO 63 Ford sod 1-ads.. cl..... i ..NI .vMm54N 62 Porsche

laity ... 5t. ... ITO 014 GalanK 300 2-Door, IrMMI- 015A
And Business fU -T".i .- $1195 r.*o one ashen,
135Lr 5105 5SSsi rw'dtop. "' "r. tran*> 5$2995'

add NN I1V5ctlsos, 1135 NMI5 MILLER'BROWN miHian radio evict hooter, $1395

15 301531 @ .., ciMditionlng. cowerrtnfl. f

..._ .... ..,.... '
Bulldoslng R.HMd1.lltf I h-Mat.. Moil*. 1010 I. Usi. N.4se Volkiwogtrif 6) Sunk..",

/ a.uu $2495 ..t,. nk*. ,..
SMALL ...,__. 4,55. ..4515waN. DO VOW MIO. Pojriee reom. exwork ,Cs 3.411 A', II..." _. clIO .nd neatef 63 Chevy .1,105. noreoe
55 fI" Mdn .... 155NM. 55 0.010, .1515 nsn, M 4% __.. meter. Celt PR HP1X "" (........ '-. ktretoa,
751.5,5 37)11* !II $2195
? 515115 5 05544 450 50.151I 54r a.oorm
? 4 471. ,..._ I 5555.. $1095
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Broker 5w mene Cert $2495
Mort'I" 54 s5SMlSSS MMm 15t.
wa r)5M.R.eti5y
56.51mloch5 04).05Slow '63 Rambler 63 Cadillac

505 -Mo.ra.o1- 11151od.0.050)7M NIA w. III' 1.45 515. 01.. HIT! sew peicii tore 4..." ...,_ r ,,"" '61 Ford I town ee VIHO. looeid.

wP 5. 45/11.0 5.110.5355 1.514.CM ..., lord ... '...
*" 1 A57W5555fOUTNSRN "*!. 'Od> 4-Omr .
.14.40545115. 63 Ford
IUHO RIPINAPXI M .ytMw t 3045 5W $4495
11051 Co L. HAUII.6.L lItO AM N cal ..._ Tammy $1695 ....wion rode... deafer, I > >L .... I4M, ........
Don Byrd PI'I. 17<-1S73PRIO (551554 SII '__ De tf" AUTO wv) ? w .M 551 A leM ft oorvtoe4i 1

P5A 1.o a55iWM t w5As.'sa'iii ..... ... 71 CeniRHeoiMiokPIMno | M Hwo tf.tvtun $2395 60 Vouxholl
,_ ,_ 10 .. ._ I $1195
5454 511as0 tN7WM "tot OMon.
COOl --. U.h.1.twp 'or 5515 55 505 50305 P45 _
... 5i55P4/SRI $495
N A N. Maw ... .... .. F4/0. N roMH L ____ 62 Willys '
PIMno 4U-I1>4, tool. .
et 60
gPMCHIII* vovr Volkswagen
.. AOnrx mm.(54 I.MVP I Pkli u,. 4 .twel dove.
lot) enetPi MCK. eM MM.tjm c-,.,. lily eeu.pei
RAl twee.
72 OHWe .. l ....
PMA "' .0 COwvlHTWeiAieit TorjrtJft. ."'< CompictoStock litre) fI.e.. ..- ..-..'. tor .. 60 FietMA
10.5NS $ 5.05..5 It_
/ W UMW .... PM. ft- $1695 $1195 54,45 -.... _. M.S. )0505
Auto Gless c; D..tt -
.. K A. I -. S 5054

* aI"u is 555 .... PO10YCIIIEy oc'lls IIIC. ....aa5 IIU04I 5155(5454111In0.i.si ----1 $2295 $1095
.I2. 1115eM51141M A 54.55.5m -
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tree pkoir ft e..-. Ado ..m.: UNO." w.5M15. c. LASS 1.N '60 Falcon :
P1.. Aa.w4 61 Rambler 60 CorrtlrHf
51. A" ? 5051 -
MAUI 5.4000.,..1...yau5 AUTO > ... C.tt. DritikiftfCrltoA w.t,. __ L"Ct_ .... yvimeiTiR 1. ncCAtCUlATVO I 4-Onor. Md 4, end ........ I 05050.5 61 Austin
). IlK. 4-Daar t.4n.r4 ? ewy
SW 115 3,1504CONSTRUCTION (AIM 1965
_ ._NO, tm |_l !-I-. IftllTIR POt IM.* CAU I n<'. $595 Now. Heerey levne. *
Vim Mr** woor oomKM > .. ._ I
Allt. IquiplMftt woe on* eoioitonf 11. Alt $795 $1195
prove* or Hoot (.ore el _.... .....TOIt Arb4 SwisaMMs FORDS $ R9S
i..n1'.gr -ft Stvnat Wei.. C*. 1 M..4. .55.5. 555.s15I -
,... Magnet** _
? Pw Yam Cs s. ..m5'151a cal 3114 .. '
cnoneoei 11- PIMM onuttTILIVKIOH .'M. 5. Pope 5.055. 51574 60 Lak

-- 1sHe. LrMt 51rr4*.. LAW 50055-AOOSIIONI I. .... T-Hrde. Me*.
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e 1150011 555 ...,,,. .
.RAt'r.A.lV1 514. "J Over N yoort t_ 71 Meeoul Mseltiidlw'- ...... I Ie I. Udi ero4 ........ 1O5

II ...., (4(1051 SASS 544.4 5505051. 5ow .... c- .5_ ....._ KASOON AM f......... FekeeetSHAW 60 Corvolr ... BARKLEYMOTORS

MN Pus 54t5..w 45.54.. 4 A 04. 55.5.1 'lee ".
5505. 1 .III 5.515.. 554505S c- ADVERTISE L"C( THI .
.- 417. P. N .. $795
IRl) ,nilt*H.SrwNww *. _TOIl COOl" to. 5./05 ..eeriLVPerexy
DIRECTORY J 1.1. lot PwitaCM
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tortioor.HAYlLtCTRKlOWTAA 58 Chevrolet

I '59 Chevrolet V-l, *t notexd trenem.*.
Ap sie.l S.ry+eeSSM fAINTING Sun ftioevo"..-n wui ...... ..M ..51. I & 4-Daar nearer lion

,". A'__ Modem Painting -----si 41; CKiAXI -- $795 $755RIDGWAY

515SEA. ._ eport ereoa1 I I

.. 5l;:...s'0AAM. 550-514. MvwI'.15w1M'M -'. Want Ad .4.551 /w. KEETER 2201 N. MAIN ST."In .

M .0 MUte. ""L Pit.Se E/s5m1 50 050 .. I ....5KADnhllse XV OKrtX C*

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realm of medicine, engineering Identified as such at the age of[blessed with exceptional mental
Uniform I The Gifted Child Being NeglectedBy \and all practices that enhance 10 tat 1920. The majority rose and creative talents,it appears-
human welfare are promised in to positions of high responsibility that 'gifted child" programsare
greater number," Dr. Ward In Industry, scholars hip I not Just another educational -
Traffic Laws IRVING EDELSON come from spontaneous behavior 1963 in order to establish a [universities. states. and science.In fad.

Tulane University Educational which shows up In the home three-year experimental summer And scholarship programs are I' Substantiating this to a degree view of the growing emphasis On the contrary, this is like-
Called Need Reports and the community. Frequently, program for gifted children Increasing and expanding for is the result of a study on directing special attention ly to become a permanent feature
One of the most damaging the superior child learns to read on the campus of Salem exceptional students without made ot 1,000 gifted children toward the children of the U. S. school system.
By BOB SWANU cases of "child neglect" in by himself. He raises questions College. Dr. Ward served as economic means to attend colleges -- -
ol F Student JournalistThe / the United States involves the about things, and then questions project co-ordinator for the and universities.

age of the horse and bug child with the most to give-j answers that a child of program-the Governor's Schoolof Results of these special academic
gy Is gone, but many of our the gifted child. lesser ability merely accepts as North Carolina. programs will be early

traffic laws, passed on from It Is ironic that si this coun- truth. educators like I Across the country, special discovery of more youngsters I
that era, continue to confoundand try strives to prepare itself ful- Progressive Ward believes out of 10 practices are being actively promoted with distinctive abilities, Dr
confuse toda)"'! driven ly for the Space Age, it tendsto Dr. one which but a decade ago,Ward notes Consequently, these
with their widely varied usage, neglect those who may solve youngsters in public schools are would have been resisted These abilities will be developed in,
according to Gainetville'i Municipal many of tomorrow' problems- capable of a quality of thought, Include ((1)) special groupingsof a superior fashion and these' ff.
Judge Wade Hampton children with superior intelii creativity, and Imagination In normal thatis children for Instruction; ((2)) individuals will be launched into' Hq.it .t
not challenged
Judge Hampton said a stand gene acceleration of children through a productive life career more
within the
the teaching and learning the grades ((3)) early admissionto quickly than otherwise. l l ,
ard traffic code, set up on Children with other problems framework of the usual school ; ,
1' state level, could alleviate the appear to fare a little better. subjects. primary ,grades; and ((4)) "Society's gain lies within the sF+ll
\ confusion and reduce the number Retarded children have found "Local schools cannot do Justice early admission to colleges and[fact that discoveries in the,

of accident caused by It some hope in the $11 million bill to their bright, Intelligent I
The National Safety Council passed by Congress to combat children until special provisions
has Its three E'. of safety, education mental retardation And Impoverished are made for them at'every Gas Genie says: / IL
engineering end en- children will get help grade level and In every subject _
forcement, said Judge Hampton from the "War on Poverty.r field," Dr. Ward Insists. > ENJOY \
Yet, not one cent has been appropriated R ;
who would add a fourth- Special courses, such as one ;
for the special education a, t}
equality, meaning uniformity.With In educational psychology of the
today's rapid transpor- of superior students, ac- gifted child conducted by Dr. CLEAN FASTCOOKING
tation facilities a person can cording to Dr. Virgil S. Ward, Ward at Tulane University last "Noconnections
easily be in several different a University of Virginia educa- summer, are helping to prepare 1
cities in the same day and un- tor dedicated to the cause of the public school teachersto

der a different set of laws in the gifted child. "reach" the bright, Intelligent .

each one, Hampton said, and Why have gifted childrenbeen :' youngster through. means make
he can hardly be expected to neglected? of differentiating by distinctive with to
remember one Perhaps Americana seem to assignments/ and read-
regard the genius or "greltman" that's 1vlty
materials that do in fact
He feels that the code would Ing
:have to vary from state to state as men in textbooks challenge or involve his higher natural .i
appearing only in the pages of
local potential gasBecause
:because of the different ,
history. While still behind schedule,
-condition' Perhaps they don't fully real- I thru-service!"
Some of the most common ize there in gifted child programs are be- always go Greyhound
which cause confusion are youngster coming more eminent In the It's easier to control a gas dome, gas cook.

questions from city to city are legal schools same today abilities with of potentiallythe such famous public school system in many Ing clearer and cooler. When a gas burner is Greyhound has the most thru-expre8S.service.iYou step on where you

moves on a caution light, U men and women in the states In Louisiana, Dr. James H turned on period the heat is required Is there and Instantly.when No you"warmup"waiting turn It off 'are. Step off where you're going Nc connections make No mix-

red turns light, and, noted turning the right Judge.on a Madam past as Curie Franklin-,and Edison!Einsteinand and Perry, recently appointed direc- the heat Natural Is gone Gos.immediately Ask the people who ups! Nexttrip,relax allJheiway&MttGreyhound. thru-express.eaetu.iv. .
tor ot special education for the use
General MacArthur of
County 13th recent times, Dr. Ward maintains more Louisiana State Department of GET OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I
Education has the authority to
SctnlcriilwrlO SaMe..e' nt ..tr. fir.. For ttampltl
provide special assistance the UIIS DAILY. I IUIII DAILY
In Gallons "yet, we put these child ran\ development ot school programsfor N.w Y.rk 6 $3210 ICUv.l.r.4. 2 1350Drtwlt GO GREYHOUND
down to routine school studiesnot I '..00 \ MI..... < ISO
fitted for their life's careers the gifted. r.iIlIlVjll. T.II.hu... 5 '.90 A'I...,. 11 117)
In North Carolina, a $250,000 # s...nv .... ... ,
Of Gas Sold l iir wen ray "lit row4-irlp tick*
: he laments. .and
grant from the Carnegie Cor- Greyhound I.. Sutler) JI* S.W. 4th An. Pk H 1-5252 leave the driving to u!
the most .
Consequently, ca-
Alachua County ranked 13th poration of New York was
pable child In the American 237 W. Unl!,. Are. Phone FR 2-6391
II In the state In ,gallons of gasoline school Is quite often the matched by 11 foundation and
sold and 9th In kerosene Industries In Winston Salem In I_ _. .
most retarded child In grade ---- --- ---- -- -- -- -- -
sales as reported by the Department I
II placement. In terms of measured III
of Agriculture for the school achievement, he will]III 1
nnnth of September. be two to three grades ahead ol t I
This averages approximate- where he's actually placed. I
'y' 70 gallons of gas per motor These children of superior In ...tt' "
vehicle for the month. telllgenre must be detected early '. J 11, J.

Leading Dade county pump-- In life In order to help them : .. ;; ,
.id 25,436621 gallon of gamine realize their fullest potential ol J '\ '

) creativity, Dr. Ward emphasize, : .PROOFOF RESULTS& ;
Alachua J- This detection "
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194,482 gallons of gas and 119- : ,
194 gallons of kero ene. ,
Area counties ranked In otter ElectricalREWIRING .

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Putnam 127(09 -, 34826 rI' f' <1' : :

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Clay 133,608 15,688 Electrical Contractor
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