Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Fair, Mild Oiainezuille Sun


hur _Ml' ace 'IU DAILY AND euNDAY'
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Utility Firm Given Nod

Wtrwhot. H ffw lull

Down County OKs

Holding Budget When Needs Friend
a Dog a
Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, as. he told Action As .
a news conference In Austin Tex, Tuesday that the
President and he agreed that preliminary figures Indicate -
next year's defense budget can ,be held under $SO City SilentBy

Sun NOR.LaCOE Staff Writer

billion.LBJ The green light Is flashing fora
Talking private utility firm to move
its sewer and water lines into
an tight square mile section
west of Gainesville an area
Tax CutsJOHNSON which includes the 1-75 Interchange
at Newberry' Road.

City of Gainesville officials
who have made noises 'sad
CITY Tex. (AP) ,-, President Johnson voted to spend money to show a
summoned Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon to they wanted to serve the area
his hill-country ranch today to make ,plans for a 1965 were silent and unseen when
excise tax cut. the showdown came- ,
,Johnson, winding up a first round of post-election. con- The Alachua County Commission .
fences with top Cabinet advisers
approved the private
,.,also Invited Secretary of
Viet Nam to aerve the ares, afterno
Commerce. Luther Hodges to opposition was voiced In a
visit the ranch the afternoon .
during public hearing Tuesday In the
to talk, about
voluntary Gainesville.
FIoodToll courthouse In
Compliance with the new Civil The decision may determinefor
Rights Act and the business outlook years to come the kind and
At 1,100SAIGON at home and abroad. extent of utility service In the

Both Secretary of State Dean western suburbs, areas which
Rusk and Secretary of Defense someday likely will become tap WI......,. h IIIe Ion.
Viet Nam (AP-A)
US. military. spokesman said Robert S. McNamara conferredwith part of the city. "Woo ler" (left) and "Vlgah," two bird dog owned by Harry Illlatmon of Amarlllo, Tex. discovered that po"-
today 1,100 Vietnamese civil the President Tuesday at Should the city someday wantto supine hunting can become painfully tricky and .tlck,.. They are shown here on the way to the veterinarian..
lana are reported to have the 400-acre LBJ Ranch. acquire the private utility
drowned in floods surging Johnson wanted to talk to Dil- firm, it probably will have to
lon about tax legislation to be buyout Alachua Utilities.Even .
through the valleys of mountainous
central Viet Nam. submitted to Congress In Janu If it goes Into competition War Hero Doesn'tLike
It be forced to compensate -
The spokesman cautioned that ary. During the election campaign may I
the President said he the private company
the figure be exaggerated,
for lost of 111 customers.
would recommend a major cut
but a natural disaster of major Remember
proportions was increasingly: : in excise tsxes. He hinted at Alachua County Utilities firm vv to
evident broader tax cuts In the longer- corporation a private ,
future. asked the county to let It use
Refugees are pouring Into the range SYLVANIA, Oa. (AP) A Infantrymen He was resting
The President's efforts to reduce -
main coastal eitlei. Between County- Medal of Honor winner credited near the gun position ifter a
36,000 and 45,000 are in Da' the budget deficit now Additional I with\ killing U Japanese soldiers turn M duty, when a Japanese
Nang, a key port and, military totaling about $!.T billion a mission stories on Page 7. had some farm chores to pep sttdler dashed up and slashed.
base 380 milts northeast of Sal. year,wilt be affected' by the sire farm today before he could celebrate him with a saber ,

I gon. Several thousand art re incise and timing levies.of the* planned M''* cut* In right( of way,on,county roads[ Veterans Day Dated and angered by the
ported at other cities. lay hewer and water lints. John Randolph McKinney, 45. blow \that nearly severed his left
Excise taxes net close to 111 e
Rescue work in some of the By using county right el way 1 ,.; ; ..uP said he hoped M ttniah a corn ear, McKinney bludgeoned his
10 itrlcken provinces Is being billion a year -an amount the firm can save the cost Gf c gathering Job and take off for attacker with his tine and shot
hampered by Communist VietCong large enough to discourage any baying easements from private t the woods dee hunting. another Japanese who was advancing
groundfirt against OS. proposal to eliminate them entirely property owner .j .y, u .A > tit McKinney one of Ceorgla'i.Ix on him One o< his comrades
helicopters attempting to move JJohnlOII In return the firm would ? Medal of Honor winners was wounded and the
out the stricken end to fly In Is expected to call submit to some control ever tf shuns" parades and ceremonies. third soldier marina the ma
food supplies, the spokesman principally. for the scrapping of materials and rates by the" More than 1* year have chlnegun withdrew, carrying
laid. excises on purchases such as county. s passed since President Kerry 1. the wounded Of with' him, the II
About 150,000 people are reported cosmetics arid handbags. These Alachua Utilities previously F Truman presented the Medal of official, citation said '
homeless, most of them amount to about $300 million. had won permission to use t Honor to McKinney When the Ten Japanese Infantrymen
In coastal Binh Dlnh ProvinceSee year.See rights of way to serve t w e Georgian came horn. he was captured. the American machine
( VIET NAM I' Page 2) ( JOHNSON oa Page, 2)Louisiana's ) smaller areas tenth west of y Invited to many military. functions gun. -

Gainesville. but he shunned most of Leaping Into the gun empl.c.I .
Next Tuesday, a public hearing them. He said he wanted to forget (See IICRO ea Pig I)
Sen. Long la scheduled by the countyon the war. He fought In the
I a request by Norwood Hope, Philippines and In New Guinea.
to serve a five square mile The Georgian works I to IS
Eyed for Humphrey> Post area northwest of Gainesvillewith : (A* wren W lie iMl hours dally as a farm hand on a WJJ E":
private utilities.If 400-acre tract his cousin J. W.
WASHINGTON (AP) The Edmund Muskle of Maine and Hope win* approval the lie puke of "the unsinkable Molly 0", a beagle dog McKinney, operates on I sharecropping TO FIND IT
camp of Sen. Russell B. Long Philip A. Hart of Michigan.In result will be a net or private whose hind legs were operated on, I I. checked by' Nurse system.
exuded confidence today over recent days both Pastor utility service wrapped around Roth N. Kelly In Philadelphia' University of .'..n.11a.unla He has never married tip Cemlct 2)
his chances of becoming assistant and Monroney announced their the west side of Gainesville,the veterinary. honpitaL Molly U was found Injured alonga The action that von him the CleiilflMl" 2527Imertelflment
Senata Democratic leader In candidacies end circulated letters only side which offers unlimited road near Pittsburgh three weeks 'ago, both hind leg nation's highest award occurred 20ObirwerUt
the new Congress next January.. to Democratic senators growth opportunities for the broken. She learned. to walk on her two front leg but In Tar.ball Province on lemon I 2
This Is the post now held by seeking support The Long city In future ytars. she was flown her to the hoepltal where an operation laerted In the Philippines en May 11, el Opinion Pegs 6
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. of (See LONG ea Page, 2) Only JH weeks ago, Gainesville steel plea In both rear leg. She I II "coming alone INS I Jertl IJ.17
Minnesota, vice presidentelectIt city commissioners voted fine and should be able to walk normally a week or so, McKinney was guarding a W.", .,,', 12
will be filled by vote of the M 3-2 to spend $1.200, to have an the hospital ukLTribule machlnegun )position with two
Democratic: senator meeting r 5 p engineering firm study a request -
caucus ahead of the new ass to send city sewer-water

sion.Long claims to have commitments y YJ service interchange to the of Newberry 175.Commlistanen hired. Road the Is Paid Mere to War Dead I

of more than IS senators

that they will support him for Gainesville Black, Crow engineering and Eldsness firm of to A simple, but dignified tribute Additional ,;;t--;: Day "accept the challenge of thepoem. these principles this 1 II the
he post The Louisiana senator was paid America' war dead challenge given'to us by the f
slorle Page 4.
said he will win on the second or k.G make the study David In brief Veteran's Day nremon- on_ "It I 18 a good time to .reflect poem," he added.
third ballot fai the caucus "pro- During the same period lei this morning at the Alachua erect the Introductory remarks ana be grateful for the sacri The ceremonies concludedwith
vided President Johnson does B. Smith, Gainesville engineer ,- County courthouse. whirls Included a quotation from flcttef our war desd. It Is also\ a three volley salute fred -

not enter the situation.*' asked acting! the for county Alachua commission Vim Member,..f VT WPoit Mil John McCrae's immortal poems a good time to look ahead, Tur by University florid*
Long acid that as of the moment Hes to his firm to serve and Haisley Lyndt American "1. flander's fields the pop' Jinfton said. ROTC detachment. Tape follow
the President has not expressed permit Legion Post II grouped under a pie blow between the erases.. H. reminded enlkriAmericanism Id, played by a lone bugler) si
a preference and "I do the area. for bright sun and clear skies to row on row '* I to the people's the shadow of a courthouse
When his request came up
not believe he will"His public bearing Tuesday ealyone bear a memorial address bated Pedestrians, shopper a4 government, "1M oppnrunlty we monument to C e nh r. dents
chief opponents for the city official was on hand on the classic eulogy "la FlanVrs motorist* paused it the court cads have to make and carve soldiers slain In battle,
post are Sent John 0. Pastors assistant dk Fields." (mite ss Slat Rep. Ralph Turlington out the life we choose for our. Rev, William $h.., pastor at*
Robert Jtaartrta
of Rhode of Oklahoma.Island and Mike Also Mon- rector of tot operations renter M. D. Wad tr, itat VTW followed Wsde's address .!.... But only I strong, nation the Highlands Baptiat church

roney as possibilities are Sena.mentioned SEN. LONG (See vrnmr en rag ItI ) adjutant quartermaster, deli. with I plea fur American to can remain fee .to carry out delivered the Invocation.

I Call for 'Collective Leadership' Is Given GOP \

WASHINGTON (AP) TheRepublican ventlM and continuous cwnvClT A former party chairmen who him there I Ie M IruU lo reports Admits ef Vermont end Jack
perry's telf-snalyiis! to keep the perry platform generally support liberal legislation ef such I surplus. Miller of low said Pre.ideqf

continued today with twin calls 'Vacuum9 at Top Said up to date.The Scott won reflection to "Believe me, If they had that Johnson/ course In handling
the Senate last week by CM
for a sort -collective leader- p try r, wise already much money at the national domestic and foreign problem
ship" group to guide GOP for bat demanded that Rational vole Absentee ballot aWl are commit we'd be down here may Influence! the extent of any
tunes. In Need of Rebuilding Chairman 1Irc" resign, tobeeonaled.Otlng tontrrew morning** the spokes- Republican comeback, In 1M4
leadership should report that the party and 1MAJteo .
Rep Melvin R. Laird of Wisconsin said Ow group tan said.Ls
and COY. Robert C. Smy- Include Republican .b and out may end op wan a aational New York, former WePmubrtf drsa of Senate Repub.
be of Idaho advanced the idea aetded "to M the vacuum of subtkaa members ef the Coofrtas. ef office. He suggested farmer campaign surplus ef 1.2 m13- Richard M. Nixon Bean In point of service said h
.. a temporary party agency leadership" lad to work toward RrpabUcn govennn President Dwight D. Oat: *. lion, he tad such a treasury JoliMNl si the reappraisal by erg- Vermont that Johnson has
would be "Intende to keep the
while lea. Hugh Scott ef Pen.airged -rttuildong *f the party.* tfccr Xepublicn effkeholder bower; Sea Thrastoa B Mortonof dig die party to take the middle 'some formidable lads and
radical to control ef thenee
aa bnmediai "Bit to a. time to bunt far at KM state and fecal level. R. Kentucky, former COP aa- right ground end "make a place. lor problem ahead" that could
std Independent audit ef tile scapegoat, a* Urn to indulge uiburaa KaUoaal Commttteessenben. banal chairman: Senate Leader JII1IubIlralt" pMrtJ. all responsible points ef view. taut him political trouble.Among .
committee's k bickering. Urn Repubfican state and Everett U. Dtrluen of Oinots. people apparently too
catena campaigntreasury. Mrtpartr a* the defeat of Barry Still he cud "the election ; these AJkea Bated the
to *wtn* personal aanWtion," cnvty chairmen, a* well a* R.p.bbcaa. and House Leader Charln A. tldpateal CeUvster tnd William E. Miier win be body Interpreted If I II possible expansion ef botUUtlelas
The deeerlptkti "eeBediv be said at a statemeaL "Above Iran prtrai life attsrleiM UaOeck ef Indiana b* Included and hoarded this htterpmajj si I rejection efconMrvsttsm. Asa, .hew to eaetmu the
leadership- YU provided by all Bus to a* tin let eaybody to fiebto ef endesror )a me group's axsbtnhip\ money It was a rejection present prosperity -wsJcbj has
Laird a promineot How Republican read anybody eke eul ef fl* Unilarhr, Snylie. presidratsf Scott bid a news conference sail .been artificial Ie a degree*
WatMngtm a spokesman W .reaction a rejection ef rt-
GowerisersAah.e7ation la that $.stherm
wte was chainnaa efIk Republican party. tbI RepubCcaa PhuVsdelphi
platform: twiiiiiiruee at the Laird tod Ike .leadership suggested Tuesday scatewap". and "hard-con ,.... for the Republican eargrcaskMtal elm. a rejection ef extrtiatom. reappnrUonment Uturt and racial of conflicts slat Itgjs-
ertyl atfcnal maevent i. He group aboiM. IneJud*. crtaitoa *f .* agency "....* ant rtghV* etemcnu a* tic par eampaip eammiuee said the .
said a .breed*.d group Is "Xtprtweatative ef the R- wbera between a formal cttv .,'. leedenMa art be pargetft aattttal eommuue had told Republican Seas. George D. (See COP ea Page I)

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2 Gainesville. Sun Wednesday, November 11, 1964
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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More About'GOP Weather RoundupZONES More About More About


:: UtilityFrom Long

From 1 I
.. Page I 1
T Page CapitolWASHINGTON From Page 1

"Faulty handling of these "

problems by the President could Roundtree said he was not authorized camp regards Pastor as the

make possible a serious chal A -tnt Partly TiHimUy"' cloudy..tntf.,.....mud, win' tnigiit *eo to speak, adding: (AP) -The most formidableopponent..

lenge for the White House I tt It mlln HI .....,. Uw la?inns ministration Is expected to Monrooey said, ,Tuesday In
by a .
..... w "No member of
tt U. High' ''''' 71 It H. rJi. e wE the city com
ask Congress for a graduated Oklahoma City :that _ne feels
Republican in four Aik-
years, B C Fair through Thurs mission has voiced any objection
en said. RR ," Income: tax withholding rate very good about his chances forgetting
day. Low tonight 45 to 55. next spring If there are too the postLong -
Miller said In Interview
that If Johnson High Wednesday near M Variable He said John Kelly, city utility many protests. by taxpayersover began lining up support
.. accepts mostly east wind 1 to .M '
..#' director opposes private larger-lhaiHisual tax bills shortly after' the Democratic
his election landslide as a man- 12 miles an hour,
oonxention in Atlantic last
utility companies in general
date for Increasing government D i r ftlr Minutti TiwfWty. I Last March when the new tax
after he first
August ascertained
Low ttnloKt, U I* tl, Hit' TMirtwyIt ,
pending and placing more cun- Discussion of cut. law went Into affect the
It n. VirltDIt' .,lnt) I It II the request, that his friend. Sen.
trol on the economy, he believesthe ml II") an_sour. brought out these aspects withholding rate ,was educed: George A. Smsthen of Florida,
Fair Hlrougrt ThurMoy lowtonloM
voters will turn against the Hi IKt a,.. MlgA' TlHirMtv M MM. I from II to- 14 per cent. Some was not Interested In seeking
Democrats. Mttlly nontitml .nt winds, asa Alachua Utilities will offer months ago the Internal Revenue the
II mllM M how.It Job.
residential water and
"The people who voted for o J F.Ie" "'...nN Tsur.dw. u.r sewer Service advised that thl.mlllh& Smathen, as secretary of the
art .".,I.ht W rOs y0. H511' Tsurn.y II service, but not fire protec- leave
him, weren't supporting more ... many taxpayers Senate Democratic conference
n Molly ""'.., wlndl I It II T/MFaaAyussnsLsswussa ,
Jon. Its rates will be
'Fs government; regulation bigger ",1I".nllou', controlled especially those In the $3,000- was rated u third In line In the
raF vh, .
Hit U Frtclt.I. '
>tlr thrown "" ..y. LewMyra by the county, but will
spending, more deficits and 7L Nl.h' Tsuu"v" H Nam.NN jKkMIVllltMloml 71 1/1 $13,000 bracketwith additional -, leadership post after Democratic
wind I so 11 mdw' M ....,. II n be profitable and competitivewith
more controls, Miller said. "A AllonloNow 71 Y taxes to pay next spring. I II Leader Mike Mansfield of
xt'l' ls, Orloint. 7J.. septic tanks or private I
lot of them were voting against CODAS Kiy TIDfl Montana and Humphrey.
aunt, II II ..11N wells. The Treasury said
he Republican candidate but WodiwMtiy Hlgli tl i a t m. 04 York II isw company's present sources a protest I Long said he will have 39
I III ..... plant Is not used to from who have
I m. Low ot ||:21 .h1Mtw1 1/1 Me.ow system capacity taxpayers to
this didn't mean they were votes In the final showdown."I .
M.MAHACIwirlM 77 wo and Immediate additional In the
expansion pay taxes
COy have
plugging for any New Deal support not only
pro ..
) tamtrrttj I.ft I m. ww w :saF is planned.In spring would be balanced
... Worm ,. Southern but
gram. tumot .. I:M 0 m. M among senators
Man oat N"I.hi' "" .,.,,,, II::Mom.Flrot Lot Angtlot i iSotttlt II 15 .n against possible complaints those from the North
Ouorttr tamttrwl 721, I.m.Tht 1/1 II II permitting Util- among ,
:'..), Jwlitf' now "rlllno" it tunMl GAINESVILLE WEATHER ties to build on rightofway, :from employers over the additional Midwest and West," Long said
More About trttlnf ot mar1a lou Hion bother entailed In the
new his
171 million mlloi Orson Iht Ism tt- the county will have some con- through office here.
also, Iht ntortil H win M tlo yotr.MAIINI Municipal Airport readingsfor Itrol over the kind of pipes and rate. To those who point out thatILonl"
fOIIICAIT 24 hours to I I m. today:
Louisiana of the
was one
acllltles to be used and rates
HeroFrom SAT OULFr 0.0 55 m.oy ..anN High 7$ aUpm.; low 41 it7am. WASHINGTON (AP) :state six states Johnson failed 'to carry
__ be .
to charged.The
winds a Ie II min Mr.uah
Rainfall None.'A .
WMr T..y. Fair." : Department press officer Robert In the election, his followers

granted by the J. McCloskey said point out that the
1 permit Tuesday senator cam-
Page 5 Day Forecast I county is not exclusive, but util- that the United States does not paigned through his state for

ties competition is not likely. Intend to reply to Chinese Com- the President
ment, McKlnney shot seven 01
will south. Normal lows from nunilt Premier. rtinu En-laI'a
hem and beat three others to Temperatures average range Residents are not required I : CORE
death with the butt of his rifle. slightly above normal, with a 50 In the extreme north to about by the county to connect wit I call for a world summit conference Meet

The citation says McKinney gradual warming trend predict- 70 In the Keys. Light shower I the Alachua Utilities service! on nuclear weapons. Set ThursdayA
ed. Normal highs from 70s ire expected' toward the first>.
,; shifted his position often reloaded range However, the county health di eChou made the proposal las
; In the north to near N In the of the week.
his rifle repeatedly and partment probably will ref q s e! month when the Chinese exploded meeting of the Congress of

: ::3 cut down more attackers. to permit any new septic tank: their first atomic device and Racial Equality (CORE) Is

,, When assistance, arrived, or private wells in some area: promptly followed It up wit scheduled Thursday In the

bodies of 31 enemy soldiers where residents can hook on to'direct communications to the Mount Pleasant Methodist

(At It ftt Sun) were sprawled about the gun < bItuatiFaMras t5 the utility lines. This creates In West. Church, 624 NW 2nd St.

All's Well ; Many of them had been fatally effect compulsory service for The program begins at 7 p,m. ,
wounded by the butt of McKIn- the sake of public health. U.S. officials have said they Debate Teams

ney's rifle At a mortar position orrentomonli, wlttn ....I."'., win it rwn4 uMor Pwtrtl Nttluo' regard the Chinese Communist

:Eighteen month old Debby Dillman tired and I 45 yards' from where DM attack M .Ma -- Howard Weston, county administrative proposal as a smoke !screen To Meet Here

muddy after spending three hours In a farm well ; started bodies; of two other Jap assistant, s al d President Johnson called on the

gear Salem Ind., Tuesday, sat pensively In her hog- i anesa were found INGRAM INFANT Jx: months ago. Mr. Youni I about 100 persons have petitioned Chinese Reds to show good faith Debate teams from junior J i

natal bed after neighbors burrowed Into the groundto JACKSONVILLE Funeral was a former Dunnellon city: for approval of the compa b y signing the limited nuclear colleges and small four year

rescue her. Debby fell Into the well after a More About services for Lindsay Lee In. clerk, and Masonic a member Lodge of No.Dullonellon 131 fiy's request. test-ban treaty. They refused Institutions throughout the state

Brother removed a protective cover. I Smith said his company plant
gram Infant daughter of Mr. and Zion Hill Baptist Church ol gather at the University of Florida
ARGUESRoman AT and Mrs. Larry Ingram o f Romeo. Immediately to buy and rehabilitate WASHINGTON (APThe Friday and Saturday for
NamFrom Jacksonville, were held Thur the utility system serving United States has suspended a the 1964 All Florida Group

Catholic Auxiliary Walter Jenkins, former chief day with Dr. Stephen R. Har Survivors Include his wife,, West Park.. large portion of Its aid to Bolivia Action Tournament.

Bishop Philip Bannaa of the aide to President Johnson, has Page 1 vln, pastor of Southside Presbyterian Mrs. M am fa C Young ol Officers In Alachua UUUUei in the wake of the mill- Sponsored by the University's

Archdiocese of Washington, been released from George : Church, officiating. Gainesville; two daughttrs' are Smith, Earl Powers, accountant tary's overthrow last week of Debate Society the tournament

DC.-told the Vatican Ecumenical Washington University hospital, which has been lashed by heavy Survivors include her parents Mrs W. E. McLean of Gainesville and former state road the South American nation's Is one of the most unique

Council In Rome yesterday a hospital spokesman said Tuesday rains for the past week. and a twin sister, Ruth Ann; and Mrs. Archie Jacksonof board member, and W. J. White- government. forensic activities In the coun J

i that a nation night. Some heavily populated mountain her grandparents, Mr. aDd Rochelle, Fla.; a brother hurst 11, Willtston paving con- I

(has a right to Jenkins was admitted to the valleys along the central Mrs. Harry Ingram Wllllston; W. D. Young of Dunnellon; two, tractor and nephew of the for.I WASHINGTON (APThe) I try.Each participating team will

[defend itself hospital Oct. 14 with what his coast have been cut off for two Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ennii Jr., sisters, J. W. Howell Sr. and mer Alachua County commis Defense Department says It has test Its debate skills before a

with nuclear physician, Dr. Charles Thompson to three days military sources Atlanta, Ca.; great grandmothers Mrs. Nash Mercer, both of sioner. shipped replacements to South panel of Judges consisting o f

[weapons. He described! as "insomnia, said. The situation In these Mrs W. R. Ennls Sr., Lumberton, N.C.TAIL Viet Nam for four first aid kits faculty members from the Uni

I argues there tensions and agitation." areas Is not known.Mclrosc wnilston,' and Mrs. Annie Lee French Club containing some unserviceable versity's Department of Speechand

[were mistakes It became known that day Thomas, Brandenton' LIGHTS medical Items. P. K. Yonge L ab o story

[in a council"document that Jenkins had been arrested High Interment was at OrangeHill Set for BoysThe Forty-six other kits, checkedat School.

that twice on morals charges In Cemetery, Wllllston,with I a field medical depot In South

I would place} 1959 and 'on last Oct. 7. The the'Rev. George Reeves, pastor IN COLOR? Boys' Club of Gainesville Viet Nam were brought up to Library at UF

the Reman President requested and rt'celved ObservesEducation ,-. of the Presbyterian Church, 'will' Introduce a new club, The standard by replacing unserviceable I
Catholic Churchon COLUMBUS) Ohio (AP) Receives $250
: the resignation of hll 5 giving the prayer. French Club Thursday' for Items the department
record as saying hat all 1 researchers at Ohio State University
1 assistant of 23 years Week members Interested in studying said Tuesday.The .
nuclear arms are "an enormous 'MRS. C. H. MATHEWS are experimenting with Pentagon was asked 'An Orlando accounting firm
Thompson said Jenkins ha I and learning about the French
crime" and should be utterly undergone surgery while at th MELROSE Melrose High Mrs. Clifford H. Ma thews, earend lighting systems which nilture. Meetings will be held about a published report from has contributed: $250 to the Uni-

djsjtroyed and banned. hospital for s calcium deposit In School Is observing American Orlando died this morning In would give the drivers behind on Tuesdays and Thursdays at South Viet Nam that American versity of Florida for updatingthe

his right shoulder. The one time Education Week with actvltles an Orlando Hospital. more Information that the pr. 4:30: p.m. medical corps men In the Mek- University library's Professional

DINNER.Edward White House assistant left the and bulletin board displays centering lint stopllght-talllight arrsnge- The club will be headed b y ong delta region had been !a- Accountancy Collection. -
around different She was former owner of the ment on cars. educat I Ion sued first aid kits .
W., Broke a Ntrvr hospital Monday and was reported a theme Miss Pat Rebel an 22-year-old
won reelection to a second resting at his home. He each day.Today's. Mathews Store In Gainesville. One system provides a green major at the University of FloIda. that contained, among other The money, given by Potter

4a7m as Massachusetts attorneygeneral Is "doing very well," Thompson theme I la "Education Survivors Includes two sons, light when the accelerator Is items a tourniquet ordered destroyed Bower & Company Is to tie

said. In Good Citizenship." A special ffllliam C. Mathews Jr. of Or- depressed, an amber when the In 19S1 and Iodine swabs used for additions to the collection .
by 750-, 1 1hous. lando and Fred H. Mathews of Some of the activities that
feature today was an "open driver Is touching neither banned by the Army surgeon and to pay for binding
000 votes, the] I Deala three sisters and will make the club meaningful
at the school ; one
for par- brake nor accelerator and red general. jack Issues of the Journal 0 f
highest margin ,eT, 1 brother to the members will be creative -
the state's vot-l nts. Refreshments were served when the driver Is braking and Accountancy since 1949.
i by the FHA girls to the visitors, JAMES YOUNG dialogues songs Bound volumes of the Journal -
,era have ev.r.;'. "' md the lunchroom staff provided Glenn F. Lindsay, research associate tames, dramatizations and Ask Probe will be housed In the Ac-

;'given a Repub- extra lunches. The visitors James C. Young, 72, Galnes- says: "What we wantto movies. Boys' Club members
counting Department by
:lican. He did It, rllle died In Lake create Is a system which Interested to additional information In use
were taken on a tour of the Monday City Shooting recounting majors In the College -
:In the face of a I should contact the
extended Illness.A acts as nearly as possible as c
classrooms and were invited to I following an of'Business\ Admlnlstralon.
Democratic'plurality [ spend as much time as possible native of White Oak, N.C., would a rigid steel bar between toys' Club. Applications are Of Man -
: of I available for enroUme n t. Negro
r it the school. I h. came here from Dunnellon the two cars. i now

million well over one for! Themes for the remainder 01 LAKE WORTH (AP) The

President Lyndon' B. Johnson the week are: Thursday Educi. atal shooting of a Negro> man }: :
;and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. lion In National E co nomic! : California's Vicious Circle: by a police officer Monday nigh : JJ..REAAL

Growth; Friday Education In, prompted the NAACP today to -
Better Communities; and Sal ": )TtCES '
'PRISONER request an Investigation by the :
urda Education In Alternation 1-.an
U. S. Justice Department :
Dale McCulitioa of San al Relations. Slides
Cpl. Fire Rain Robert W. Saunders of Tampa -
Drought .
Diego Calif. WILLIAM") M5 JONM. FwwrM ..mv.kw
field secretary for the Na M Mr. WlII_ w''5 M Mw at
faces a three- Pharmacists 1 M F M. on WotnotMy, HovtmbtrII.
tonal Association: for the Advancement 1M4. M OVKO 1,.. Ow...
year:; prison! LOS ANGELES (AP) An county ordinance forbids by continuation of two programs of Colored People _* .,, _T., ....._.writM_' _.. _.... wino Mt.
term In Turkey I r At Confab avalanche ot mud pours down[ In areas "determinedby : fire prevention and said he asked for a probe of the arwv C-.., M.a' M w 101 Mnrct'M. WBM.t

unless he can] a suburban street wrecks i I the county engineer to be flood controlIn death of John Thomas Ruff 32,I .)...OiMCiH.. awe 5'...III_swm"It,_aw Mr. wtII Mr.w1m. -,

pay a $17,000] The 1964 Pharmacy Conference home and carries: a housewife subject to flood hazard" unless the Santa Barbara area a laborer from Atlanta W. v_.o M www w.
fine by Thurs-1 where ravaged 67.000 acres I Fr/.N mm tt roc.vo4 ot 911vo7 5w
AF Ire
< Wlrtthttl It mo tun) of a mile to her: there Is provision for adequate
Is being held on the cam three-quarters Ruff according: to police, was Tit. "* at I:II a M.
McCuta.4ion ... .... MiY
day. death In a debria-filled catch drainage and other protection.This of mountainous Los Padres Na- shot about 11:30 CuLMs.oPuna _
pus today Thursday.The : p. m. Monday ,
tjr Mr Vtunt
was cwvo Shaykh Muhammad Haiian, course conducted by the basin. Why? applies only In unincorporated tional Forest this summer, tons by patrolman James K. Cab- n. ra.w City CWrt lor IKt 7llv tit*
vlcted! of black. how debris rock and mud battered Wir.IH. Ml M MM M II.M A.M.
13 of found territory, lof
\ Philadelphia, was county
bard. .
which occurredtwo
Bureau of Professional Rela This tragedy ""t TrwiM MtotmMr It WM W
marketing In rr' guilty Tuesday ., helping to Ions of the College of Pharmacy days ago In adjoining Burbank ever. What's needed, says Warren homes and closed roads I In his report Cabbard said he ,'int ..*5,1.." .CKvrtN.wlll.Duntntn.M ""_Fitotrotot. ,

money while ha was 19591 .' w locks the rioters thai swept and the Florida Institute I. r points up an old vicious: chairman M. Com is a, uniform county ordinance board Monday.But the. US. Forest Service spotted Ruff In the doorway ol M wlll"!tritl tl"tovlMt.>...'. AoMtMllt MtotM.l.a.a tt I *n %*...

circle: a service station Ruff chargedhim tWtm IKt MOOOKH IM. WMor awem.NM
Nerla Continuing University Studies
Philadelphia tilt .,
In ta
covering all of the county' said the downpour didn't dislodge tl Jt oo Jttmtoll timtrtl
Is In the Medical I I Half or more of the native Cabbard said elbowed '*" '_ ..
A drive to raise I the weekend of August U. llauaafares Sciences 76 cities. most of the rye seedsscattered w.a avw a sins'
Turkey. In Southern CalIfornia Incorporated him In the ribs and then fled !?'* lOt M" Ns __ 11 otl
amount of the fine, supportedby a maximum sentence .f Building of the J. Hlllis Miller ground cover How can a repetition of Mon by plane to provide a toward a railroad track. MM.ay tit* Mttr M MMM maw

American Legion groups, is five years la prison and fines Health Center. I la dry-and highly com- day's tragedy be prevented''I quick-growing cover over tin Cabbard said he shouted for Mr.Own VtKH*. "_Mt t t_ItltKMtr. ijg. tl UK

HOlJBerway. up to II.SOS. I Presented for registered Florida bustible-from years of drought Authorities say It can be done burna.Continue. Ruff to halt, fired two warning IHIMMO.rittV.1"1nonet... w... tIT m _
Then fire
pharmacists the tw a starts you gel .. .
.msuas. Mr Susis.a oo*
shots in the air and then
Is these l0-mtleen-hour Santa fired a K tormw. waa *o kind M I W t M.
designed to show StrikeAs third shot which IKVT-O -- -.. ? ,-
:More About structure and activity relationships Ana winds and It's impossibleto Teachers through IdI ..rile cLaC_ Ora IO d.
Ruffs ehestSaunders .
Bob N w.N M w "M.." .
of penicillin, DOII-n.rco- stop, says Singleton .w w w.N M FosrO
public: Information officer lorlthe said Ruff had a history I wMM .. Oc1M.. w N..
I tic analgesics, and ataraxlcs.'Rush' Court Halts Pickets of mental Illness and was M M w 5,114 saw M -
Johnson county fire department.The -. Tuw.p .mn_ r 0w.
? Santa Ana are hot winds I acting strangely shortly before _-M_ Mr. 51wse

Jordan lowing[ down coastal canyon i LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) lures from Louisiana's _.000 the shooting. He said friends had M -M CONNwe 5..Nw act(_wM .auuuN M.w.s,
caned ... ... ....
police to pick Ruff but wN. -
From 1MThe from Interior desert regions The Louisville school teachers teachers. McKelthea said hewill op ..... _. --..... "

: Page In State Post the "devil winds" of Californialore. strike continued today with the ask a 1300 across-the-board .!they There declined. Indications 5w.M.....J./u. armw _, MMw oil. III_
were M thai ttd
I possibility of silent sentinels Instead hike, half of what the teachers '

President who will be the Johnson! -Dillon conference L R. "Rush" Jordan director The fire stripe hills and mountainsides of pickets at the schools.A demand. the service station had been'
concentrating for tilt"11111 several Involved efforts to stem the outflow of the University Hospital of their protective cowering court order has been tamed In Oklahoma Gov. Henry BeuV with police said. Gainesville; Sun

weeks on budget planningand of gold and a broad ind Clinics at the University of of water-retaining brush against picketing tort an attorney mon called for teachers M meet Church Fairs

new legislative proposals, of domestic and range Florida's J. Hillis Miller I I I and grass.Then advised the strikers itwouldn't with him Dee. 5, saying there I I .'ihAs.d -........ 5ac.etsw
encouraging budgeta International Health Center, la the new sir when rain does come apply If they Just had been "a breakdown In com. ..day. sad So.-, -
got economic and financial con rotary treasurer of the Flortla as It did Monday, water, boulders ,walked nearby, In silence. munlcalKMia betJeen the jovw- Under FireWASHINGTON I asrhN1pb e.ey --1. Rs-

!'J.n.WLMcNamarl cerns. Hospital Association. tree limbs and mud come I Louisville schools: continued to!nor's office and the teachers." AP) The 77N1tar.,
handed him preliminary Hodges was summoned to discuss Jordan was elected at the an- p euriag down M helpless :operate even with absences of He said he would outline a program raihington Presbytery has roe. .14 -..GSMwu,1e. uw weed. W.
figures indicating that homes, sweeping cars and teachers that hit some schools to "substantially Knmended -H. .,
the continuing drive to. expand uial meeting of the Assocla- improveOklahoma's to Ita 71 churches wv Las 0ftIw w
defense spending next year call exports the business\ climate don Just ended at Clearwater tomeiiims people to destruc hard Tuesday. There seem to be educational system that they don't use bazaars gesHusM ,....

again be kept below |M billion the federal highway pro. le serves for one tion. 130: to 200 strikers comparedwith ," His call for the meeting airs, sales dtnnen and simiiareveea tUTB IT
Tine. would increase prospects and the work year. Why do people live In such the total city teacher force'of came after Use teachers bad to raise money. CASIIIt Ot MAIL
gram of the Community Jordan has been Director of
ola total budget below 1100 bU- dancer areas* 1,5* No firm figure on the I demanded a $1 Oof salary beostby CMnmerdal undertakings of I wash ..49be
Relations Senlet.McN.mar. ... .
the and .
111wta psychological barrier Hospital A county aide who lives oa aleadend strike force baa been released:' March 4, aavlagwouldn't they his nature are faconauUiM IUS

Xhmnn:: wants to avoid. their and Rusk after links since Ittf He has aervd street b the The teachers seek a pay tocrease. sign sw 'contracts: rita good stewardship,* said a ew .. ......... Ikuf
sessions with the Florida
Johnson Hospital Mao .
wood hills, overlooking ii .wwee -.
It their
next spring demands Mtioa
I offered
:"tWtrue spending In the cur held separate news conferencesat elation as Chairman of Its Comnittee : Fernando Valley, says: Holly-I Gov. John McKelthea of Loul- 'were not met. "Artery1 Tuesday by the A..dte -.- ..

Jict year la now estimated at an Austin air base and said on Professional Prac- "I love It. Its a little tUna tailed a special session of I Between 1M and MO teachers I stewardship comlittet. .. Ow

1{? 6 billion of a $971 billion 'flatly they will retain their CabInet Ice, and as Chairman of Its Ie bring ki the country, andJ the legislature: for Monday to :stayed away tram classes IIItoutavUIt. Preferred hnd-ruwg meth- -c w.ww --.wuwuuw

budget.ZBesidea. posts If, as expected John-'Council on Research and Edo i ,. = = .taI.
1 1aUoa much quieter than the flat- !hit ... .IIe" salaries. He acted : Junior and senior I ads are tubes, Sunday offerings > =

\ taxes, the agenda for ton wants them. : I!ind." S in !the face of mounting pres- high schools Tuesday I lid annual pledges. i.u-sans-- r M---

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Wednesday, November 11, 1964 Gainesville Sung i

Keep .._. .. ....---
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-- -- -- --
'Em Down -8 TO NIT E. f'j

On Farm? ... relax in Luxurious Comfort at UNITED'S LIQUORS JT
II'. pretty hard to keep
youngsters down on the farm Main St. at N.W. 10th Ave. .
when they can earn a steady
Y Income working fewer hours In COCKTAIL HOUR ORGAN MUSIC EVERY NIGHTLamplighter's
.M the city say officials of the National Dance The Trio
I Grange. Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m. FridayTo and Saturday Nights
1 Two Drinks for the Price of One
The high cost of starting and MARY JERRY tr BOB

maintaining a farm also Is con- OPEN DAILY 11
tributing to the exodus, said A.M.T02AMy
Grange officials Interviewed
during the (8th annual meetingof
the Grange which claims SIlO,
000 members In 40 states. HIRAM -
Herschel D. Newsom of Wash- G9,N a, ty HO

ington, D.C., National Grange WALKER'SFlorida L W fl J iTE SE
master (president), said little t
could be done to keep young K.M..L ter.5h5 l MtkBACARDI Th ) Dry ScotchLamplighter "

people down on the farm until
farming becomes more lucrative. L
Light or Dork Rum :: :
"We're trying the, best we Mill Farm -R FOUR ROSES IMPORTED ENGLISH ?iG:

c..AP W1r...hot. N Mw lun know how," Newsom said, citing Straight Bourbon LM XEV; lLEND. GIN
several recent federal legislative GINy
FSU-Florida Tickets Going measures. Jim Beam
< Frank A. Niffeneggcr of Mar- $2.99 = '4.99

.. Here is part of the crowd, some of whom were there all night, waiting for stu engo 111., chairman of the National 95 ..... in*
dent tickets to go on sale for the Florida State-Florida football game In Tallahansee Grange's taxation and CASI 310 CASs
Nov. 21. There are more student here than there art the 750 tickets held fiscal committee agreed with 5TH .5.7S CAJI 41.75 5TH H.7J'
back for them. All other tickets have been sold out for several months. The re Newsom.
cently expanded Doak Campbell stadium will "A youngster will have to
now seat almost 45,000 persons
and this will be the wait a long time to make $50 a
game time Florida faces the Seminoles here.
__ week on a farm but not U.he SAVE THE UNITED WAY
worka In town as a stenographer
Alabama's or a bookkeeper," Nlffenegger
Hospital Heads said.
"It costs too much to get into HOUSE of Buy Full Quarts CUTTY SARKSTUART
Dems ViewWreckage the business and the Income/
not enough to warrant ILThere' CARSTAIRS Imparted Scotch
To Gather Herefor comfort elsewhere -
also more
I and the boys don't haveto IMPORTED SCOTCH SYaer Old Hand Grants 'o::'

Invest so much. Even when a
By REX THOMASMONTGOMERY the University of F I o Ida's a Hospital executives from seen youngster gets a farm from his Ezra Brooks PhiladelphiaRELSKA TEACHERS

Ala. (AP])I first workshop for hospital public states will be here this week folks' more times than not he + #
After each presidential election relations personnel. professional Journal "The Modern has to pay for II." Real Sippin Whiskey onsisfStuart Johnny
since 1952 the Democrats I The two-day session, which Hospital," and Michael Lea- Lionel Burgess of Ellicott Heaven Hill
hi Alabama have counted the! opens Thursday, Is co sponsored parr of New York City, direc- City, Md., national treasurer, .. VODKA AR'TV0. Walker
returns and twitted the Republicans by the Florida Institute tor of the New York office of said there was a time when a IrttlW In l*.4 I DOS Una neon* ., RED LABEL
"You're eligible to have a, for Continuing UniversityStudies. the American Hospital Assocla youngster could buy a team of! WHItKTKuii.jrt Carioca Rum
primary now, why don't you?" Jon and assistant editor o f horses, a plow and harrow and '3.99 FULL QTS.
A politlial party must get 20 I Keynote speakers are Robert that association's official Jour- go Into farming even if he had $99 $5.99
per cent of the votes In a general Cunningham of Chicago editor nal. 10 rent the land. FULL
election before It can have a and publisher of .the national Administrators and pub I II I c "At the end of the )'ear,1f you 5TH .Meter QUART CM. ,
primary at state expense, the relations directors of Florid I worked hard you made a good 7 is ,

following election year. hospitals, women's au 11 I liary pay," he said "Now the aver- ,"
The Republicans have been Author members, newsmen and publications I age Investment behind each IMPORTED BEER SPECIALS HEIDSEICK
eligible since the first Eisen- specialists will consider I farm ia $45,000 per person and
.hower campaign of 1952. They and discuss aspects of community I ist's not counting the cost oflbe SPANISH Otd' Ger.....-f ,.1& eta Do,. OLD Imported French .
kept right on nominating their Mctalious press and patient re l la I land. Beer 99c Milwaukee I $e49
candidates by.convention and Ions "And another thing you haveto WIN lager } Champagne
getting a bigger vote each elec remember: you have to work :+_ ... tae..D.,....
Mrs. W. F/Enneklng
Died Broke pres than eight hours a day, Nett r.k N. Do,.
tion.This dent of the of Flor longer WHITE 99-
it's a different University hours week to stay on the NAl1 QUASI SCHLITZ $491) $ :
sto 40 a
I ILACONIA. I Ida Hospital Auxiliary, and Mra.fir. PINK 99 DRY 4 ..:
ry. It's the Democrats who hadto N. H. AP) -Author farm. The boys can find It east- RID 5th Old Export $109 Ne O'pw'N' MONOPOLE
E. Crinter, vice president, 'St"
call jt the mathematicians to Grace Metalious diec ': er In the city and make more 24-12 ... Ca.. CASI
will Thursdaand
participate in
see if they can hold a primary oroke, says the executor of he l r money."
In the 1966 electionS; (!plal..Atty.ohl.f.. [Creracru Friday discussions of "Th t "
Patient and the Community. You SAVE MORE
Sen. Barry Goldwater carried of Cambridge Mass always at. .
Dr. Thomas M. Brill,. president -
on Nov. 3. The Democrats .Gremeni reported thathe, arK I Coronary
of the Alachua Count
got only abont 30 per cent the court appointed estate administrator Jr
.of the vote. John S. Holland o r Medical Society and Marvin, SERVING GAINESVILLE Hf FOR 25 YEARSNITEDllQUOR
Thus have the mighty fallen Manchester, N. H, have filed i I Gresham a trustee
from public favor In a state oetitition In Probate Court asking .. General Hospital will speak alI
where for after I, Friday afternoon sessions/ o n
that the estate be declared Talk Slated
eratlon. insolvent.The "Our Doctors Our Directors,
was all it took to )vin, petition said the author of and Our Community." U
The Goldwater landslide the best selling novel "Peyton air Cormier/ city editor of Questions the public generallyask ?
elected five Republicans to Con- Place." who died In Boston last t the Gainesville Sun, and Caro- about coronary heart disease -
.gress and swept Democrats out February, owed more t than lyn Carroll, Gainesville reporterfor will be answered by a
of local office In a score of coun- ..[.173 MA tn mortgage PY menus the Jacksonville TI m .- Gainesville practicing Internist
ties. Thousands of Alabamans, Mrs. Metalious'-c deathbed will: Union will be among the panel-,'and cardiologist at the monthly

bristling .with, resentmem t: approved last June, showed an itt at the Friday morning sessions luncheon Friday of the Alachua NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE
against the party of their ancestors estate valued at $127,371 It was County Heart Council.
cast a straight GOP ballot Dr. John W Andrews will
left by a deathbed will to a
Republican spokesman Jubilantly friend, British writer John Rees. Motor Scooter clarify for the layman what coronary WALDO, ROAD NORTHMAIN
proclaimed the advent of The author's three children have heart disease Is and
a strong two-party system In a appealed the ruling/ to the New Taken at GIIS what a person should know \to

control state: long Acting known GOP for state one-party chairman Hampshire the ground Mrs.Supreme Metalious Court/ was on Another motor scooter was protect Mrs. Lemar himself Crevasse against ,It council. at N.E. 8th AVE. at 10th AVE.
chairman has announced
Tom Brigham 1 went further -mentally incompetent. reported stolen from the Gainesville program ;
He said/ Alabama will be a that the public Is invited -
I let
Republican state in the years to High School parking ; to attend this dutch treat ACROSS FROM ACROSS FROM
come. Mass Planned Tuesday.The luncheon at 12 o'clock at tbt Citizens Field Gainesville .
scooter, a blue Allstate Shopping CenterMuirhead's "
cafeteria. No
.Dismayed Democratic leaders Park Lane resrvatlons -
For 3 Students model was removed while Its
analyzed the GOP victory hopefully are neresuryYOU
owner, Bennett Ford. 1020 NE -"
touched, as off an in emotional large measure outburst by A Requiem Mass will be held 7th Ave., was attending classes CAN ENJOY THE IMPORTED 7 STAR PAUL

opposition to the Civil Rights,today at the St. Augustine Chapel I Severs! scooter thefts have occurred TERftlFICFLAVOftOFRATH'S (Imparted Seated
Act They forecast a return to for the three University of at CHS In recent weeks j French
Florida students killed last' I BLACK PETERDAWSON MASSON'Brandy
years Democratic from now, but readily two admitted weekend near Daytona Beach. Prisoner FleesBAY i iI HAWK BACON a 1Wr .
Father Jerome A. Carosella I
their ranks are split
strife. will say Mass at III: p m. ST. LOUIS Miss intraparty .
llxtd I'"" from slob it ; ,
for Warren McFsrland ,, ,
S th
Some Democrats blamed Gov m I A prisoner charged with auto, only
George C Wallace for the party Key West; Alex. Bnncmo, Bay theft escaped Monday while being .. iKAKBt BRUT S IQ
,Village, Ohio, and Lloyd Hail returned to Ocala. FU. by : 59c 49 'a PINK r
setback because of.his part In' Per found At- $399 uc;. ;'U-J
'Jr.. Daytona Beach.A Marlon Sheriff $4 WHITE J
the presidential campaign and County Douglas SIS "!.. -
memorial service also willbe winu. I DeLOACH'SOLDFASHION S. BURG. 5'flH
hit refusal to support the national 5TH CASE $47.75 .
party. held for Smith a Sigma Nu, The prisoner Robert Splsh- CASE $JW ...
The unprecedented defeat at the fraternity house at 4 cock 23, escaped through I MARKETALSO
brought demands from the pm. Dean Lester Hale will I rest room window when Willis, I MEAT A llenilef Twelve '
Democratic ranks for reorganization offer the euk 0. Deputy) T. D. Turner and Bpla .! TWELVE YEARS OLD CASE Year Old WSUkUsand

of the party; tor a party The three students were killed cock left a bus here during a SIIJH MADI MELROSE RARE $399 $44.95 SuM'lalrva"
registration law to keep Republicans early last Saturday morning stopover. FILLET MIGNON Neutral SfirMe
out of the Democratic when Han lost control of the Willis and Turner were returning

primaries, and for a return to convertible he was driving onUS to OcaU from Los Angeles 6-OX. 72C Ee the loyalty oath binding Democrats Route tl, about TH miles Calif., where they pickedup Mogcn
; to the national ticket In I,west of Daytona Beach. the prisoner a-fl!.. 96C Etch Imported & ThompsonWedUfhe
-- -
future elections ; ITALIAN David
: IOOZ.$1.20
Rotarians Hear Briton
Chen Week: --I j rails HAM 6SOVNO Vermouth Concord Club Deluie Wood Blend

For _EvidenceInuGcm; Theft J At UF on Fellowship BEEF3i.s.$1.39 $139 DRY Kosher W 99 n. Full Quart $329

> GALLON $429
l' Peter Pnnkle bj as English si he encountered a purled/ old CHOICE 5TH SWEET
, MIAMI (A?) Twe men'the sound of lie name. nun walking doves the bead HEAVY WESTERNBEEF 3 Fifths $9.75
. charged hi the.UVft of the priceless The saline of Carlyle. England Extolling the healthful Florida
Star of India sapphire and recounted kit experiences: Atlantic Coast climate the Cd T. Yeee Order
21 other gems from ttc New la America since arriving here stooped old man told the young Free Home
York Museum of Nitwit Histerj as a Rotary Fouadattosj Fellowship / Englishman he couldn't e ve I Delivery HON
: nay p tree If me FBI can'I' student before I luncheon walk when he first came to Deytorut Dcloach'sOLD..ASHIOH 378.16)Guckenheimer
prove Its case is one weekU audience of Gainesville Rotart- .
S. Commissioner Edward,,ansltosdsy.PrtaJtle -Indeed," replied Prtnkle"And. .
Swsn Tuesday gave.1111 FBI I a tanner newsman in by the way, where did Meat Market
seven days product evkfcace England, to sow study* )ournaOsn .yw come from'' 1441 W. UItt. Ave.Phee. VODKA MARTELL KENTUCKY '
or be said be weald dismiss at the VWvcrslty ef Flor- "Wed" sad the old warn "I J7'JlI 14 hew ......

ebarlfL Under bead f c r Wsntati Ida.THe blond, blue eyed EnaTUronan >I was ban here" GlcnmorcGIN OR 3 STAR GENTLEMAN 1

transportation of stow property wke considers himself 4 Year Of4 !..>ka
were Allan Xuta. 2V and JackMurphy. ''an ambassador ef good win, JACK DnOT IMPORTEDCOGNAC
XT both .! *** next week wtl lour tilt stale SAYS: m GIN
Kuhsi and Murphy were arrested .I UptaUnc to Rotary naps ktbaeeranceef 1 7 1l. .me teal be Mae,. dead.,,. ..e.I Relska Sunny Brook

: 1n Miami Oct. JL A Rotary Found I n,-etr7 a MMoans a..a.t tank' d+oMd.neto low se.. VODKA Heal a. I..rb4<(
bird man JI bert Clerk $. 6ILamL UM Week ... $2J935ths
; was apprehended kNew I PrWUe.re the Gainesville, 89
.... I-Jut
York tw days after tiltJewell ,RotarUM a sample ef ... Behrek '" N"f1OH" nOTocT/OM -II' j 3 stt.$895 $5 Sty 3 5th. $1050Y
were stole., dark fared bunMT, neaBinf_M ttttttmf, Men, a.14ek 1 CAU 7M N CASE
ie ten

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J 4 Gainesville. Sun Wednesday,!,November I. 19(4

If Which Family Has 'Veteran' Record? I 1'''. "1.( t' \I !

5 ,
WASHINGTON (APMany record with Its aeven brothers At least two -the Thompsonsof Ten of the 11 Vaught brothers and two In the Marines. and the Michael Soplops of East ''.' .

proud American families, from who.. military service during Lawler, Minn., and the served a total of nearly 50 years Seven Collins brothers from Longmeadow all In the .f,: ,* .
the Thompson of Minnesota to World War IL Vaughts of Crawfordsville, Ind. in the armed servicesseven Boonville, Ind., saw combat Springfield area -and the John <. '''
the Coynes and Zygrannta of The VA did not specify If by -had 10 veterans of military during World War II, one In during World War II. Two other Coynes and Martin Zygmunts of
Pennsylvania, have posted record It meant number of family service In the family. Korea and two In the National brothers Joined up after the Scranton.As '
claims to the most-in-military members who served In the Nine of the 12 Thompson Guard. The 11th brother tried to
for of the Andrew
service record by a single family military simultaneously or the brothers, sons of Helen Thompson enlist several times but was war.At least two cities Spring.I Kjeras of sons Minn.
Pope County ,
family with the most World War who still lives in the Lawler turned down for health reason field
Mass., and Scranton, Pa. four served In the Army, two In
The Veterans Administration, II veterans. area, served during World WarII. A St. Louis widow, Marie -had
more one family the Navy and In the Air
i in advance of Veterans Day today More than a dozen families A 10th entered military service Young, boasts nine sons with with seven sons who served In Corps. Each served one at least .' '
bad wandered aloud if the came forth with at least seven right after the war AU sur military records starting In World War II. They are the An- three and six -all of ,.-
KJera family, originally from' members In service during the vived. All but one still live In World War II. Four served In thony Potltols of Longmeadow, I whom years are still living served

Minnesota, held some sort of I'past 25 years. Minnesota. _J.the. Navy, three in the Army the Steven Schmuraa of Ludlow'Victims I overseas.

WWI Vets of Hate9

'Howl in' Mad In Reunion 1 I. ',

Here Vet Day Theme I
Smith Returns ,'II!.

strains of "M a d.. WASHINGTON (AP) The,'the last full measure of their

HONOLULU (AP) In the I nf Halsey, MacArthur and Nun emoiselle From Armentieres', Unknown Soldiers and President devotion to our country. .

entire u.s. Marine Corps, only Itz. and "Over There" will ring'rom John 1'. Kennedy "together "Not far from them, also on i aslope \ I

one headquarters Is named after There are at least two schools the banquet room of th e: were victims of hate and their facing across the Potomac

a living man. of thought on how he came by + Holiday Inn tonight when some grave. bear mute evidence of eternally sleeps another American
The headquarters Is that of his nickname. doughboys of World War I ge t: what man's basest Instincts can
known to all the world a
Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, +w together to celebrate Veterans do "
Smith's version Is that It la a to his noblest motives, Veterans
Pearl Harbor. The official Day. man who last year Joined us In
near play on his Christian names Administrator John S
name Is "Camp H. M. Smith. this ceremony and placed i
Holland McTyelre. Gathering for their second Gleason Jr. said
M M. Smith lea retired, tour today wreath on the grave of the Unknowns .
U. Gen. Victor Krulak, the annual reunion will be theLast
general, better known aHowlin' I'". WInpAW t* Mw aunt Gleason
star present commander of Fleet Man's Club of WW I vet spoke at Veterans little knowing that he
Mad"" Smith or Just Marine Force, Pacific, said It Unsung HeroThe erans. The festivities are set to Day ceremonies and placed a himself In exactly two weeks
"Hoke. presidential wreath at the
plain stemmed from Smith's "con- start at 1:30: pm. Tombof would, like them, rest forever
The B-year-old general returned the Unknowns In'Arlington
summate Impatience" at the 10th .anniversaryof here, with the leaves of autumn
to his old command post At last year's Inaugural/ 88 National Cemetery, where Ken
outset of World War II when hwaa Veterans Day recalls drifting down to clothe without
Hawaii attended
this week to help the supper. This year nedy spoke last year 11 days be-
anxious for the United the almost legendary distinction and in fallen splendor
Marines celebrate the 189th 11$ are expected. fore he was assassinated In Dallas .
In which States to attain a state of "oper life of Capt. Frank M. Tex.' the grave of known and unknown .
of the
birthday corps He retired 18 attonal and material readiness Williams, former Tampa Although the turnout will be alike.
he spent 41 yean. In the least possible time. police chief. Williams larger, the doughboys will miss In hi. prepared address, Glea "
Soldiers and
years agoDuring helped organize the two of their comrades who son said: "The Unknown
World War Ills the Krulak said, "He did howl, John F. Kennedy together gave ..
American Legion In Paris were present a year ago, but
Pacinc, Smith's name became and he was mad. after the end of hostilities have died since. They are "We have a good example of all that man can give, so that :
almost u well-known as those Smith led the Fleet Marine In Europe 46 years Louis Burkhim and Roy CampbelL the cost of our nation's victories you and I and our children
Force when It consisted of more within a few feet of this plat. would Inherit a free land. t

than 250,000 men, the biggest form.
"The Unknown Soldiers and
Veterans Marine force In the corps' histo- ago.New Jess Davis Is chairman of
) the organization. "For, In the shadow of this ,John Fitzgerald Kennedy together -
ry.A Ruling: splendid amphitheatre there I were victims of bate and
I Below widower, Smith now lives In According to B. J. Otte, for land three simple granite I their graves bear mute evidence
Drop La Jolla, Calif. He makes a hobby mer corporal In the Army vaults holding ill that Is mortal c JI what man's basest Instinctsan
of assisting underprivileged Not Taxable 'Chemical Warfare Service, the of three unknown men who gave do to his noblest motives."

22 MillionFor children and Is a director of a I group was formed solely for -
home for needy youngsters. CHICAGO (AP) Pro ceeds fellowship.

the first time since the! Smith claims that every from accident Insurance policiesare : "We have no axe to grind Bomber Crash

days of World War II, the estimated Marine on active duty who Is not taxable life Insurance with any organization and we
number of veterans 1 In over 40 years old at one time benefits for federal estate tax are not Involved In politics,"

civilian life has dropped below, served under him. purposes, according to Com,Otte said. "We Just like to get

the 22 million mark, Melvin T. His son, John, Is a Navy rear merce Clearing House, an authority together and re live i o m e Kills 6 AirmenWOLF
Dixon of the Fla. Dept. of Veterans -admiral. "I tell them (naval common experiences from our
Affairs reported. nag officers) that my son on tax and bu.lne'llaw. World War One days." Say

There were an estimated 21,- couldn't get Into the corps became The ruling by a federal Appeals Col! Harold Bachman will POINT, Mont. (APTwo) of the bodies were located

999,000 veterans In civilian life I he wasn't quite good Court reversed a 35-year lead the men In singing the An Intercontinental B52 bomb- near one of the eight Jet
on July 31, 1964, the latest date I enough So he Joined the N.vyl"! tax trend. It laid the proceedsof musical hits of 1911 and 1919- er crashed and burned In a engines, which were hurled
for which statistics are now I Smith quipped. two flight Insurance as sung In the barracks and desolate northeastern Montana more than one-fourth of a mile 'hello'
available.By policieson trenches of France. area Tuesday night, killing all from the point of Impact.
way of comparison, ther a person's life paid upon even crew members.The .
were approximately 4.400,001 Had 7 Sons his death In a plane crash-were This will be the last year bodies were found today The plane was from Larson

veterans In civilian life, and excludable from his gross es- for charter members to join In smouldering wreckage, their Air Force Base at Moses Lake, I
and become eligible for a bottle Force reported. Wash.
World War
of them
moat were to new'
I veterans when the attack on; In Service tate.The of champaigne.

Pearl Harbor b r o ugh t the decedent had purchasedthe The bottle of wine, in the custody C. EMORY CROSS -
United States Into World War PANAMA CITY (AP-Veter-) accident Insurance at an of Holiday Inn manager
IL ans Day has a special meaning airport just prior to boarding.John Hintermlster, will be : :
Increasing steadily as the. for Mrs. Joanna Givens, longtime the plane and had named hiswife 'opened by the last living member "Hovt you" had on Imuranct chick-up Gala
servicemen of World War I I resident of Panama City. I I rKWitly? Set o professional Indee.ndseInsuronu
of the group. UI
as beneficiary. All aboardthe Agent tomorrow! Look for the t
and later of the Korean Con Seven of her eight sons served "B plane were killed when It Also In the entertainment
flict returned to civilian pursuits -In the U.S. Navy during World; sharing ::
crashed Into Men.
the 376-4512
Atlantic. I tonight will be magicianJim
the number of veteransIn War II. The other was In the
Previously the Tax Court had Deuel who will demon-' "NATIONAL PROTECTION Will Paper
the nation reached an all-
Merchant Marine. They were
aid It was part of his estate. itrate his I Nev. I.Mth
I wizardry.
time high of 22,735,000 In March from a family of eight boys and I
19tt. two girls
The July 31, 1904 breakdownof Allen E. Glvens. M, who lives

veterans shows that 4,173,000 here, served on Guam; J. C. 40, Towels
were veterans of the Korean was In five Invasions and now

Conflict alone; 11,042,000 were lives hi nearby Springfield: LOWEST PRICE EVER
World War II veterans 2.218-
; Clarence, 44, was a pharmacists i
000 were World War I veterans mate, aerved In the Fiji Islands and I{
and 166,000 were veterans of all and New Georgia' and Is still In
other wars or former reg ular'service, now stationed In German i
military establishment m em- .
bers. Included In this figure are Frank) 41, was a seaman and
about 18,000 Spanish AmericanWar ,' served stateside and now works ON ALL CHANNEL save 10c
veterans and 18 veteransof
on a tugboat here; 0 M. 38, was I
the Indian War I In the
a signalman
Ages of American veterans In jid at the Normandy
civilian life range from over the Ha lives near here. PhlllPPlne'1 A TELEVISIONSlimandTrim Take the coupon to
100 mark for some of the Indian, GALA your store, and take new
other three
The to your l kitchen.
War, or Spanish American War David, who Choose pint, blue or
They were Joseph yellow borden.
veterans to an average of 329 ras In the Merchant Marine I prettiest GALA Is probably the
years for Korean Conflict veterans and served In the Pacific; Leonard ifs paper towel Mr made but beCause -
The average age of the a boatswain's mate, also y; tlaw us y y A- -r .". pressed two 1Y'rs of fine wlllt toweling
Spanish American War veterans together, It'she hardest
served In the Pacific, and Jesse, working
Is M1; for World War I veterans -,who served stateside. paper towel you can buy
it Is 70 years and for

years.World War II veterans, 41 I DEAD AT McDUFF

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I # I TIlE OF'I For Goldivater?

JOHN *. MAMMON. ,...._ led
::4t-! : .... MMwri PAT coon.us, vm Pmt.Of 3>tn'fltuk; &''mrlByBENA.FRANKUX
Florida'+ :Beautiful !' jiJ; *, IB JOHNION VIM ,...- iSOUTJI
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';TnJvewity City' !,'TJ' r-i ..Ir.1-:) ,. ....10\... VIM PraiOflt If* M.wnn NEW YORK Who voted for Sen. Barry Goldwater for
--= IN..Ia0.* T *TAOUON|.
VKI ,...,_ led Clrralitim f President
r.By m,.t RAI.PlIl\lcGII.L pnr ,,,".... ...K._ This question emerged this week as a serious on. for
THE SUN'S POINT H lk. ......., "!..I L........... political analysts, especially for those of the Republican Party '
strangle to rebuild Its ranks and )heal
which must now
1. Report Hit ""wi fully Of d 'Import oily In !#>. rewi column DilemmaOver its wounds. To accomplish this, the party must reassessIts I
2. E p>nt th. opmioni of Hi. Sun I in- ,but only In-tdl'Oroll' friends and'enemies. I

J. Publish. oH 14fof important cnlf: v.rt,ol iuutl. An avowedly broad statistical! sketch of Goldwater, voters,

The Sim's! telephones: All departments] 37:-1411 drawn with "average voter" strokes of "Hard-Core discloses Republicans four main" i
types under a general heading I
.. ll ; Not all of Coldwaters supporters were Republicans buta
--.---- -- Viet Nam large majority were, and not all his supporters. fit Into

. To the Board of ControlHonda' the categories.HOWEVER.

Viet Nam continues to be distribution of
largely Republican"
assuming a
costly dangerous, frustrating
universities have hstennd The statement which was writtenby It Is a major concern of this party allegiance, other statistical characteristics Indicate

to a lot of silly talk, and endured the president of the three state administration as it was of that the average Goldwater voter was white. In the cities and and

tome ugly actions, from far-right i institution of higher learning goes those of General Eisenhowerand towns, he was a young man he on the distinctly rise professionally Southern. Among
financially. On the farms was
fanatics who ,want to ban from the on to outline some reotrictlons. These President Kennedy. financially Independent, reasonably secure
of State the aged he was
Secretary Dulles
r&jbpus guest lecturers! who express are few and reasonable The presentation committed this without the help of Social Security. And among low.Income
country to a
views that differ from their own, must be sponsored by a recognized policy of training Vietnamese LM/VrVKi. ....-,tV persons, he was a rarity.

and who 'would fire all professors campus group (to prevent soldiers so they could mure "STEADY. NOW- .-" Following one of the greatest and most unusual election
defeats In presidential History
Wl pse teachings do not measure up self-invited prophets from making effectively resist and, in time, officials of both

tiryhat the extremist! are pleased nuisances of themselves), and the move against the Communist NO END IX SIGHT parties many agreed that the over
forces of North Viet Nam. It
to'l'fine' "Amerlc'anl." usual rules must be observed for whelming national concensus
now Is difficult to believe, but
tearing the date and plate of appeal Mr. Dulles put a two expressed In last Tuesday'svoting

Even the Board of Control: which 'ante with university officials. tune table on) this plan.year GOP Power was not simply a trib-
President Johnson'spopularity
Fight ute to
should be the champion of free inquiry FRANCE LOST Viet Nam as a national

seems at times divided and To insure a responsible presentation For a time the Eisenhower leader

..toofuoed.yf the university may require thata Intervention administration l was on behalf close of to By RICIHRD WILSON phy ran 1.300,000 votes aheadof publican, according to Demo It was rather, they said, a

meeting be presided over by a fac- France. This was at the time Chief CowlesWahhingtoa Goldwater to defeat Pierre cratic Congressman Hale public assertion that Goldwater.

: would commend to the ;I<'lor. ulty member or that questions from of the siege at Dien B I Ian Bureau Salinger for the Senate Gov. Boggs solely on racist votes on the basis of his 'cam-

i ijfa Board, a statement .of polity 're% the floor be permitted. Further the Phu. The year was )19M WASHINGTON An anti George Romney also ran I.. The Northern e r. in the paign was unacceptable to a

cently adopted by' tbe Board ot Regents sc'hoot may sponsor, or encourage a France had chosen the defensive Goldwater rebellion Is rapidly 300000 votes ahead of Gold- "party of Lincoln" can't stand huge majority of the electorate '

of l wa. This policy reaffirmsthe student or faculty group to sponsor site near the Laos border developing in- the Republican water In Michigan to win reelection this image because it Is like- as an aspirant for the
with a view to bolsterIng Party ly to be political suicide In highest office in the land
function of a university as a an early appearance by speakers presenting the morale and political The voice of Sen. ThurstonB. the large urban areas and

teenier of fiee inquiry Into., topics\ other points of, view on the friendship of that former Morton of) Kentucky: for. REPUBLICAN gover nor. not merely because of the Negro IF THIS was the cane,

,Sjiith mayor* ruBy/not be popular' at same issue. French territory It was a disaster mer national chairman: and will be at the center of the vote. these officials are asking

I(Be_momett. 0I chairman of the ae n a torlal antl-Goldwater rebellion. They The vote analyses Indicate who supported such a Republican

The policy statement does not President Eisenhower held campaign committee, was can't stand the drag of t b e that the so called white campaign against so
.. off on a Dulles appeal to send added last Thursday to those Goldwater candidacy nor of backlash was vastly overrated harsh a Judgment of public
""It Is the policy, the Iowa statement declare! it the right of to '
in an air and naval strike. The asking for a change. the Goldwater leader ship. In advance of the election opinion'The
reads "to permit students and use a state campus for his forum. If President dispatched a group Morton said he feels that Sometime early next month it If it figured at all, the question is regarded as

::staff'.to hear diverse .points (;'view he can't find a university group will- of military experts to VietNam I doldwater will find it desirable is expected that the Republi effect was slight Important because many

,from speakers and in programs spon- ing to sponsor him, he can hire a hallor They came back to re- to give up control of the can'governors will meet to Nor was the "hidden vote" Democrats and Republicans

Wed by recognized student, faculty speak on a street corner. port It' was guerrilla country party, After analyzing the re- determine what they can do for Goldwater anywhere to be believe! the immediate futureof
organizations This no roads, rails, or com- turns, Morton said Goldwater about rebuilding the partyand seen. It has also long been a strong two C party contention '
and employe : municatlons The ex p e r 11 might decide Jo devote restoring it to the mid- Republican theory that if a is at stake '
:policy is entirely consistent with the But the policy definitely affirmsthe strongly advised against In his time to other interests dle-of.the.road of Eisenhoweror real conservative were at the

:rims( of higher education. vital right of students and faculty volvement. President Eisenhower than running a party." the mildly conservative I head of the ticket there cent Johnson- nearly plurality It of million 61 per

to hear representatives of any agreed. Except in two states, Merton position of Nixon would be a great upsurge of votes consturcted of
':It is designed to emphasize that point of view as part of their education A treaty at Geneva: cut said, senatorial candidates (I- They also look upon the national those who previously sat out majorities of virtually every
Viet Nam Into four
:;m a democratic society all citizens Without this right, a university -Laos, Cambodia Independent ran ahead of Goldwater organization as headed national election.. But this traditional and identifiable I
parts ,
Fewer voted for
did materialize
not either.
persons ,
>b< ;the obli- ; ; in by "Arizona men" without a segment of the national electorate
)have not only the right it is a university name only. and the two divisions of VietNam the top of the ticket, whichhe Across! the board, t h e con .

'jatipn;{ to inform themselves on Issues The northern half, said was absolu tel y opposed wide enough grasp of national servative strategy was shownto
'of contemporary corn-era. Including rtopda Board Control members which Communists under Ho to anything in history." problems to organize a w I Inning be wrong ,by the election Goldwater however received
: Chi Minh had before a majority of ballots cast
e.iitics.religlon\ aifss41\ moral* j f please! ( py.r' Morton said If Goldwaterdoes results
the French by voters in Inc o m e
: f t.r t defeating remained not give up the party The one Goldwater bright upper
4't. .. brackets In section of
i r "'! f" leadership, it might be wiseto spot was the effort organized RICHARD M NIXON who every
lonE SOUND THAN FUllY'k4iiPQwer !SOUTH VIET NAM: enount- set up a Republican advisory by John Gremer. Alabama I campaigned In :37 states for the country except the Northeast
His margins were not
ered the usual difficulties committee. Republican chairman whose Goldwater, took Issue last
There was little trained personnel strategy was to score a week with Gov. Nelson l A. unusually large.

There was no armyfit THIS G R 0 U P, he said breakthrough at the local Rockefeller of New York as Among Johnsons "g r sup
Gamer for field work or fighting could include governors, key level with a candidate at the the "principal divider" of the majorities" election analysis
The populace was In considerable figures in Congress and non- top who was a conservativeand Republican Party during the said, his most remark able I
part excited by the Com office holders such as former a states fighter. Gren- presidential campaign. showing was the more '. than

New fork limit agreement on where a n.THE POLITICAL sound of munist promises. The French Vice President lion and ier's state now has five new He said Rockefeller t got 9$ per cent support he received
!tion i air space begins and Castro observations Is addressed were gone The government of Ohio party chairman Ray Republican House members. his pound of flesh" out of from Negro voters
By C. U ends. AU. 1 at one altitude to Peking and Mos the late Ngo Dlnh Diem did Bliss. Mississippi and Georgia Goldwater's defeat Rockefeller
HAVANAA careful analysis may violate such space; a cow rather than to Washington not succeed! In creating a The fact that Goldwater each elected a Republican has called for a top to OTHER TH\N firmly committed .

of Fidel Castro recent! satellite higher up may not. ton. Castro gees no imminent loyal, committed fallow I n g. polled 1 million fewer votes congressman. bottom ihakeup of the Repub- Republicans who were

apparently bellicose statements To "exhaust" legal discus-1 I possibility of Improved The country was further than Nixon in Info! figured But the coat of this strategywas lican Party. Nixon laid if this the Goldwater voters From
to this writer shows weakened and divided by long the analysis of the Vote Pro-
contain Nion before em ploy I n g the relations with the U.S. or restored strongly In opposition discussion heavy. Two Republi can means a purge of conservatives
that In. fact, they SAMs could conceivably require diplomatic contacts. existing animosities betweenthe Conservatives and strong congressmen lost, 0 net h e it Is wrong This would file Analysis service operated
more political sound than large Buddhist and Catholic jointly by the polling organ
endless time Therefore he concentrates on Goldwater supporters made controversial Bruce Alger in divide the party as much as
military fury. maintaining the best groups. up most of the Republican Dallas Tex., and on the national the conservative take over ration Louis Harris and Associates
;Canto proclaims that Cuba with possible. As the Eisenhower administration group which lost out incongressional scene this southern last July, he said. He said he the Columbia Broad
terms the uncertain CommuniHt
t THE CONTINUED presence .
casting and the International
left office Viet Nam System
now surface tour races. strategy alienated Negroes considered Go I d water the
maneSAMs( ) In tailed l : technicians in Cuba of enough Soviet world was In danger of collapse. Moderate and liberal senators 100 percent. titular head of the party but Business Machines

there in 1982 by Russia as to"comprise Castro was wholly I 1 s u r- President Kennedy acted In and candidates for governor that Goldwater b 0 u I d lead Corp., It Is possible to make
part of a protective cur fairs what Castro a i o 11 d prised by the fall I 1 of Khrushchev late December military aid i ran far ahead of Gold- BUT MORE importantlythe "only If hi. views represent a a number of generalizations

for the atomic rockets' Khru- combat force sounds more with whom he had was stepped up and the helicopter water. In order to win I in strategy was no good consensus within I I Republican Precise I definitions of
sbchev .nil dent and waa menacing than U Is. Obvious been so closely associated and \ forces able to fly Pennsylvania S e n. Hugh where it was needed most In ranks." course are not possible. The
ly as Castro proclaims who had been his over the vast swampy areas South" of The In is informal profile reflects on'v',
later forced to remove Furthermore :'mlll- partner in Scott had to run 1.400,000 the "New states fight the party apparently
Castro wires these dier technicians are not the 1962 missile gamble. Although and jungle were sent Into votes ahead of the Republican Virginia, Tennessee. Florida only beginning andIs the special qualities of groups

wi I be fired at United 'tary tourists.:;I Even a truck he loyally professesSAMsSAMs action ticketIn North Carolina, Texas Ar. expected to continue for which gave significant majorities
ill reconnaissance driver In anybody army his admiration for Khrushchev THE MAJOR AIM was, California, George Mur.Voice kansas Louisiana went Re months, if not years of their votes to Gold-
\ \ kn hlc: end of a gun while holding back Communist water. Obviously not every
under certain circumstances owsfl"And' as an Individual he is now
planes Castro acknowl enable and In each voted
aggression, to person group
that a solid Russian :::sothfse Soviet technicianstrying to dissociate himself assist the government to win for him. The generalizationsfollow
force" remains from any direct Unk. He
combat wouldn't fight unless Cuba professes the loyalty of the people and :
In Cufishing that a base for were formally Inv a d e d bv to know Brezhnev and at the same time, train I Whe'her he was an Easterner .
trawlers 'is being Kosygln and he stresses that of the
.the armed forces of the V.S.or troops. The people are the PeopleOn Southerner Midwesterner .
developed In Hay a n a. Cuba contacts with R u s sia Viet
of another nation Instigat Cong greatest weap or Far Westerner, and
are on a state to state andparty "
These rather alarming conclusion of the
coned tit This Is a most un on, was a whether a professional man
ten lions must be eiami n e d likelyby contingency now. with 1 to party basis, not V S. military observers) and or craftsman, he was white.
The Sun's
dependent on personalities Opinion Page.t .
Indivlduallv teachers. *
He Is
or without the presence of financially well off

.CASTRO admits Russian troop WHILE REAFFIRMING has They been were made.right But Progress the sod ...ee.elr .* Jy. r*.4.n ... .tkm. i. MM VMM .* the ?.*.!. eiIYme. Lrttwt at a middleto upper Income -
f. that ), What could religious *r.e hs .iM4 ..4 ..., M. .,....'t .*4tnt. N.." will k. ......14 If .*__04. A bttcr .....14 level. He la definitelynot
while Cuban crews have been! prove more III'S'to the new Soviet leader strife, the presence of .tl .reed SOO wcrfe t4 ....... k< wntHn M ...If.... ti4. If 51 lot "..*. 'MAT ,....* k. m 4. Tk. In the tow Income brack
trained to handle the SVMs important Is the development hip, Castro fervently nand thousands of Communist sympathizers .sr5 _.. MM ..,Kt to "ltct **t ..*... .. to .*M._ N. .ttk.v< ck..i Jii. to wrtfw.t .Ne.aN MLaw eta
now man their sites, he of a Soviet fishing port In presses the hope that Moscow In the population ...... to the cities

has assumed a commitment Havana equipped with its and Peking will make up and the apathy of many thousands law b honorable and that it able to assume that ballots he Is apt to be and towns_ In

toiMgicow: "not to proceed own drydock capable of servicing their quarrel, paving the way more. continue to makeit Hampers at one time prevented electioneering will become longer and more the late 30'. a young successful

,unBaterally In shooting at VI 3,000 ton vessels So10 International unity In the difficult The success I Ion Reasoned Vole at the polla. However complicated while the numberof man in a hurry who began a

flight*" until 'all 1 legalmaW" viet trawlers are often used disrupted Communist movement of governments have found- b it possible that tht voters continues to increase career at a relatively high

seeking to halt such for espionage being equipped I would assume It Is to tiered on religion army and EDITOR Sun: After leaving law b outdated and unnecessarily The voting process salary Immediately after college

reconnaissance "should f I Il'It with radar, electronic and reassure Peking that the civilian Jealousies, and on the voting booth In Tuesday restrictive and cumbersome will need to be speeded up This broad group apparently

be:exhausted" He insists the ionic devices, and could also Cuban leader chooses now to frustration The from the Red 's general election, I handed in this present day and and voters may need some includes large numbers

confnitmnt( Is not however, be equipped with often s I T e talk so aggressively toward Chinese! pressure is certain to grow my wife the 'pre-marked age* And when many persons form of visual! aid to guide I of the newly" rich.

fop "an Indefinite period' weapons Furthermore. It is .t Viet Nam Is merely a part sample ballot that I had usedas carry into the voting them! In their choice of candidates
ttla clear from this that conceivable such a ( I.h I n g of the vast Southeast Asian a guide in voting for thirteen booth In their pockets and and issues, such as a THE YOtNC profession

C*>tTo does not yet h a a port might be turned into a He know there Is nothing peninsula Laos and Cambodia constitutional amendments handbags their choices sample ba'lut: A good law al Goldwater supporter! however -

fr e hand and cannot use the submarine base although. I he can do at present about are there and guerrillaswork and thirty four public marked In black and white in should assist the voters in b most apt to be found

SAMs, without Soviet permisir !stress, this Is i highly speculative healing his rift with the U.s. from them. offices Needless to s a. the spite of the law Isn't the law voting responsibly. in the South where businessmen .

.>t least for the nonce conjecture. A Sul.t But he also suspect If Peking Unless there Is to be some sample ballot published inloodaY' an extreme one* Dues the law In question accomplish generally voted heavily

Furthermore the question of submarine base In Caribbean- as wen as Moscow International agreement about :\ Gainesville Sun on The law accomplish a this task'* for Goldwater

"Ifill means" of halting U1 Gulf waters would be a direct doe n't bark him up. tome Viet Nam. in which the Red which we had Indicated our purpose that may of r e venting C R. DILKS Goldwiter strong farm

flights is exceeding vague. threat to the U.S. and to the day he may be cast 100. e Chinese would be a party, voting preferences. was an scalawags. from p out (We .n., tent a copy of support WM only in the '1:01"South"

Despite destruction of IMs Panama Canal, violating the from his distant allies a n dover the guerrilla war will continue effective and efficient aid in marked ballots to pawing uneducatedor jour letter. the Secretary: .f Alabama Georgia.
Russia Cuba and China. basie tenets of Admiral Maleft to sink or swim H e If we withdraw It pulling "the right levers" k Stale .fcs TaUaaaue We Louisiana Missiulppi and
unethical voters at t t
International has woutdnt swim for longPOTOMAC win become Communist Set t h Carolina. The rural
Is net soon
then yet Aa my wife started toward polls but tt doesn't really l agree sad hope tile e hang.made. .
with Red China as man "GoUwater profik" voter b a
the voting machine a v o I Ice earnest attemptsat EDITOR I
ter. Lou of Southeast Alia I prevent any Southerner
said ". m sorry, H's againstthe vote baying from taking
FEVERBy would Immediately place India The average GoWwater
and the rest of the region law to carry paper of place prior to a voter coming voter. b Protestant. The Sen-
any type Into the voting machine to the Nor does It
under Chinese ator carried
JACK WILSON Cow Washington Bureaujndoldwater pressures.WHlTTOlWvThaltodo a majority of
I You win have to vote illicit persons from carrying Catholic voters b only one

says he hopes to keep working for the GOP. Ira nice, after It la a long lung way out without any pre marked Into the voting booth state Mississippi. K* was

the campaign bitterness, that h* and the IVntnrrats can finally agree about some- to Viet Nam It Is (.ono miles papers Even if I hear paper concealed paper, as Ike Citv Hall? supported by a majority of the
: rattling when the curtain is practice among legitimate Jewish
thillI' beyond Hawaii It Is 11.000 prevalent voter I it only 11M
miles from New York. Putting closed I'm supposed to enter YOM signifies III w m..R state his own atale of Artona. .
"Of.course_lf Barry decide to fie back lute retail merchandising! he's got a armies, ships and supplies Into and ." Being unfamiliar Therefore bat there a bet NEW YORK -A Times .

fBi, new prjtduct to promote -:-..shaving cream flavored' with peanut butter. such a war would be a vast with the law we both were ter solution to the problemone Square pobremaa. shivermg Among dame mtartam.
f. : t 2f' f : .- : --- costly effort We would like to quite surprised and at that that win prevent attemptsat a little fat the midnight sir. the Goldwar voter b likely
It's 'not lair>r to say frderlAl'tmpfl'lY...; were intimidated on election day Just find some honorable way to moment were naturally at a dishonesty and yet allow was asked bv a warmly to I* of German w SraadtBavian .
because they were murch,! to the polls behind a band playing "The Eyes: of extract ourselves from It. tons because we hAdn't bothered the earnest dIM to voM coated panerby eitractta. Golchuier

1.IIIIar. l'po you.". :Meanwhile, we keep! trying to to commit: to memoryour quickly and pnciwlJ' "Wha do you get rear however did lets well 1IIIon(
make Vietnamese! willing pnfertfictt. loan urban society thAt !Ie overcoats*** German. Scantiimiaa; Pnj.
boat down-rate LILt just Goldwater. tot 26 million voles. That's the to become a weapon| against :Now there la an doubt that taut changing and increasing "When the bases brgn to Isis and Italian steer >etui

way the Prenldemt' plained it-he ...mtive boat thai wkeeler-4ealer label, the Viet Cant. the Intent of the abort staid ta population It b retwn- fed cold" was UM reply. did Itll'hanl at. 5 Ixrw ;.J....

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Alachua' Anti-Castro I Or Remember? Take Your Choice I

COUNTY ExplosivesAre

; By LYNN POOLE a view we viewed silently, modern, has some comparable whose lives are painted in happy, always been the nature of Hellenes .

COMMISSIONMay Seized I The Johns Hopkins 1'nlverslrjr paused beside a single columnwe symbols in its life and religion hues by profiting from the sad to seek truth and find the

LIVADIA, Greece He who discussed with joy and gesti Each Is Innate to every woman then forgetting; by benefittinj: answer to WHY. As ids as

MIAMI (AP) -Enough explosives returns again and again to culation. Entering Livadia, we and man, girl and boy. In the tram the good and remember: mingled and flowed I doubted
to rock two blocks Greece, as 1 do, wonders howIt Ignored the brightly colored life of everyone forgetful ness we would end with anything
Hire Jail Addition city is possible to have a new and ,blankets' for sale and drove to and memory are forces for goodor Ing.The I positive. I was wrong. A black.a .
I were seized Tuesday by police exciting experience each time! the Hereyna, a gloomy gorge evil. In some lives the inability more savor the cool w.I haired, classic profiled young
ters of Lethe
Zoning Aide Go*Ahead GivenThe from the storeroom of an anti- Yet, it happens.One emerging from the foot of a to forget unhappy events I the longer I ponder and Mnemosyne their,,. Greek concluded the discussion.He .
Castro organization. medieval castle. We walked to Is tragic; the remembrance ol on said "It la our heritage to
The Atachua County Comm Alachua County Commission afternoon, in the heat of two springs nearby One springs happy events Is a stimulant to actuality In life, the more I am divide things In half. To seek
lion may hire Dewitt McG decided Tuesday to g 0 Officers said they stumbled the day, Greek friends took me } called Lethe, the other a fulfilled life. By some mys- I convinced that the gift on controlling -control, we must ask the gods
Jacksonville zoning consultant,, ahead this year with about to a smalt, cool cave where we each Is probably the
across the explosives and other Mnemosyne: two Greek words tique of the mind, Let h e and for direction, then call on our
on a $150 a month retainer tc. $45,000 in additions to the Ala- sipped a bit of ouzo, then and greatest gift one can be given. selves
armaments while running down meaning Forgetful net a Mnemosyne cannot be controlled I Inner for the courage to
advise the county. chua County Jail. leads on two youths who stole snoozed a siesta. Later, we Memory. We drank from one, Ancient Greek physicians [ Two( hours have passed act."
McGee has consulted with the! Sheriff Joe Crevasse told the plunged Into a cool river. Plane my friends broke No wonder the
then the olber.Plunging philosophers, and s c I I.n-- my r every, Hellenic world
county. in writing the proposed I board he needs the extra apace.! 500 pounds of dynamite from an trees line the banks dotted with pierced
: I tlsts sought answers to WHY? my thoughts, and together had and still has such an im-
I new zoning code, which will be! This year's budget had called explosives salesman several l small taverns. Dusk brings the my hands Into Lethe Modem psychiatrists still search ; we have animatedly I pact on all clvllli t l Ion st The
Introduced In public hearin!g!: for $20,000 In additions, with weeks ago. There were no ar 'October coolth up f ro m the and drinking deep, I thought of for the elusive answer. Ancient probed the symbol and reall- young man was only nineteen.
Dec. 3. His contract will end I another $25,000 step In work expected -I rests. ground[ and down from the skies.It Virgil's hero Aeneai, w h o descended and modern; always, In alt facets lea of the two springs What (From "File r', a weekly
when the zone code li turnover I to come up in next Is chilly. But, on the table In into Hades to vlsli 1 i t of life, the two are Joined. can one do to acquire control of feature distributed The John
I to the commission.Jack year'a budget Found in quarters rented by front of me Is a glass of cool Mends, to embrace his father forgetfulness and by
Crevasse told the commission the Cuban Student Directoratewere into the Yet, by other chance memory; Hopkins University Baltimore... ,
Durrance and Sidney water, a brandy and a gleaming Before he ascended upper some or make each work for us? It has Md.)
Martin were appointed a committee that architect Myrl Hanes two blocks of plastic explosives hot deml-tawe of thick, creamy world he, too, drank deep plan of cosmic powers, we humans
to study McGee'i propo, advised him the county could four glass vials of what Greek coffee: sipped In ever-so- from the underworld water also often are given the abilityto
al for continued service. save $5,000 by doing all the police thought to be nitroglycerine slow rotation. Animated, a r g u- called Lethe. With the cool waters forget the unpleasant, remember SMOKED BACON
Persons Intersted in the new, work at one time.Commissioners detonator caps, fuses, phosphorus -mentatlve, I n qui. I live, and of Mnemosyne still wetting the pleasant. We can ly The Slab >lb. 291
zone and land use plan are in- decided to sodium, a 75 millimeter warmhearted my Greek friends my fact I thought of the Greek control Lethe and Mnemosyne,

vited to examine the document t: take money from an appropriation -ecoilless rifle, rocket shells au spirited. I am not. For the god Apollo who paused here to I By the springs this morning, BRISKETTenderJuicy
in advance of the public heaIng. -. for the agricultural center booby trips anti-tank weapons moment, I a thinking about 'rover his body with the spring and here at the taverna STEW
proposal to build the Jail, and I and ammunition. two waters from which I drank, water so that he could never a swift parade of events tonight and lit; iasSBARTON'S / .
replace the center money from this forget his duty.
A spokesman for the Cuban people pass through m y mind.I .
other !this
Safety Lanes sources year. Directorate, a militant anti- With Patroclos 111 a d e i atthe Chewing sweet grass, I sat be- i think of friends and acquaintances New Store
Castro organization, said the wheel of his shiny car, we i aide the springs and pondered, whose lives have been '
Left to City beveloper'sPlat supplies were scheduled to be left Athens at dawn and drove I is I do at this moment, on the corroded by inability to control 2Mil.a South .f Newberry en State Hwy: 41OPEN "'''
smuggled to guerrilla forces inside here to Llvadla, with many aatop I power of these two worlds. Every the elements of Forgetful ness 7 AM. TO P.M. DAILY I PHONE '
Alachua County commissioners ApprovedA Cuba. 'I to admire an ancient stone, I civilization, a n c I Ie n t and and Remembrance; of others, end All DAY SUNDAY I 472-2488-
decided Tuesday to refer to --. .
the City of Gainesville a request plat for Ponderosa Addition .
to open safety lanes through a restaurant, motel and
Libby Heights and Skyline apartment house complex at the
Heights in the Littlewood school Williston Road Interchange o f
area. Interstate 75, won a p pro y a I Sears
provided Tuesday by the Alachua Coun-
Developers pace VmSALE
between tots for children, but ty commissioners. ;
I these never have been opened. Approval was conditioned on
agreement by the develop e r '
Basin that/ no lots be sold from the. L A Sale Asj at
Drainage plat area within 15 years, uness
I the development Is madeto
Study OkayedThe conform to all county stand
ards. @@a)@@

Marion County Commission J. N. S. Developers, Pompano #
Tuesday approved a resolution Beach, asked approval, with rKT :: Save $12
calling on the U. S. Army the exception that access road
Corps of Engineers to study the to 19 Interior apartment lot
Orange Creek drainage basin. not be required to meet county T
Sidney Martin;Alachua commissioner tandards. The streets are intended 3 DAYS ONLY!
asked the Marion only to serve residents Ljfi-JI
board to act. This request was granted, but
.The resolutin passed 1s like J. N. S. Developers will not be
one enacted by the Alachu permitted to treat the area ain

County board two weeks ago. ordinary development and Soft Motor Sound Mok.s Rifle 19pc. Cookie Press r e
Putnam County's board also sell off lots.Developers. Chubby Boby Long ,
will be asked to act on the are Richard Smith Dolls in 3 Styles Trikes More Fun! 22col. Cartridges Decorating Set f
resolution, question Marvin Jenkins and Thomas
Orange Creek drainage affects Noller. Reg. 5.29 ,]lOO Reg. 3.49 O66 *... I3< 50 for 66 Reg. 2.99 JW

all three counties. Choose doll In outdoor, 'Indoor Z. Zoom sound unit lilt ol- Accur.t. coppcr-plittd 1',1Includea coeklt ...... with 11
NamedTo or crmsttning' clalhti. 17 In. most all whttl qrxxh Plailic, ItX Nen-cerreilvt priming. forming pl.I... C.k. decor ala'
I ConferenceOn Lyons Hoi.gory' hair' style. bitttry-run, pitch, adju.lm."I.| Other HIM, too. with 6 tipi. Recipe book.
Health PanelDr.

Subdivision Henry. R. Lyons Tuesdaywas An Exceptionally Low Price for 98-Piece Sets Of

I A committee of the Ala hua appointed to the Alachua
County commission will enact County Mental Health Committee ,
with Carl Brloe, pulpwood dealer an advisory panel to the Formal] China in 6 Patterns
I to discuss how to make the county commission.
Arredonda Estatea area conform The committee Is studying coordination -
to county plat and subdivision and aervlces of mental -

laws. laid out I In I I health programs. r Top it gently hear the ring of genuine fin. Service for 12 CAArr3MAN p
The area was
china Notice its tronslucency see the look of
and bounds Brice told
metes Citrus CropCstinlate fine china. Vitrified" for added strength All In all,
the commiselon, In asking a con- -
ference. -" I It's a wonderful buy for you who appreciate gracious 88 Craftsman 6Vin. '
e dining. .
39 ... .
No Interest Still Same,
I ii 93.PIECE/ SET INCLUDES: 18 cups, 12 saucers; 12 41.99 IIcn vy-Duty
+ -
Charges each dinner, bread.butter, pie-salad plates, soup-
citrus I-
Department of Agriculture's cereal bowls sauce dishes. One each sugar,
crlQmNO MONEY DOWN Electric
Residents In special assess- crop estimate for November Jennifer; delicate pink er, gravy boot, large and small platter Two Hand Saw
I ment districts will not pay Interest remained the same as a month flowers, platinum line on vegetable bowls. en Seen leiy Payment "
charges on money used ago with Industry leaden saying Inner and outer rim flan
for improvements beginning It Is still too lOOn to determineIts .
shape Cuts 2-tn.'
next accuracy.The deep '
year. 2
Interest .charges have been federal agency Tuesday ,, at 90'
added on when special assessment predicted a 196US season pick- .
districts for paving were out of oranges at US million : -
e created to pay the coat of !Issuing -boxes. Grapefruit will run 33 S NO MONIY DOWN .n Seer leiy Nymeiit PlanE
million boxes with tangerines at ,
bonds and borrowing money M
1 Interest repayment was provided 4.4 million boxes and limes at Wt Heavy-duty ww has boll and needle) bearing:
500,000 boxes, the estimate said.
In enabhnillegislation.
\ in the Florida constructIon Blower clean sawdust
Along dry spell oway
However, A I II chug County

t,k funds paid for so there paving is out no interest of county to later citrus tn belt the pray season.hamper sizing w !! '' ,, ++ .,. r from guide line conveniently Sow has rip| .

repay. "It Is now anticipated that in- ... = ... guide. UL Listed ( Industrial Standards1* .
i dividual fruit sizing for the early I ,
oil white dinner G ... white mode F.licla; brown and gray
and mid-season will notetake I Lisa; petite pink roses In Cynthia < ; pure
! Building Code place because of the longdry tertwined in soft beige ware with gray wheat pot- distinctive by clotile swirl, leaves on beautiful ba Develops P/4 HP.
spell." said Florida Citrus leaves on ronvik shape. tern over swirl on rim. deiign on rim shape. rogue shaped dinnerware.

t Progress Told Mutual executive vice president -
Robert W. Rutledge.
Alachua County's new budding Rutledge said the effect of the
I code may be a reality by drought on the crop has yet to t
j Jan. 1. G. M. Devil, commission be determined. However, he predicted -
chairman Sad! Tuesday. an accurate appraisal by
Davis said be and the cows Dec. 10.Meantime.
ty'a new building inspector, other Florida
William Gartner have drifted crops were estimated as follows -
part ef the new code. : Cora for grain, B bushelsper r L 1
When a draft la ready, Davis acre with production of
I said, a spokesman for the 1,344-pounds per acre picked
Gainesville Home adders and threshed with production'
f Assn. wffl review U nth him of 7J. 0MO pounds,: sugar cane,
After that a public bearing 33 tons per acre with production
win be called. of 7JUO.OOO tons; pecans 1 miloa
Purpose of the proposed code pounds.
j Is to ban unsafe building practices
in building construe 11 I I. I.I Jr.[ College
especially housing in the nun-

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'Zoning Okayed e1 9O aU'were key million Items budget today for en 30*it><. Electric Kaimcs>< Slim, Luggage-Styling

flpprova l ;was:gives application the agenda of < Florida Baptist 8-Shot 22-Cal. Rifle
Tuesday by the Alae k a a Convention.
County eomm&stoneri for a ZMW Mart UUB .1000 messengers Save 31.95 S148 S.AVI14.9S 113
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"f.'T"" T.l"'",,, More Fines Meted Out for Teen Drinking
f"' ." 0 '

tI New $nrk I State* September 21 on the order of auto crack up following the ly found her escort, D a v I d'on the night of June 22, with
STAMFORD, Conn. A psychiatrist First Circuit Court Judge second celebration, at Dr. Smith 19, guilty of negligent liquor available, to 10 debutantes -
I 'J and his wife were con ney S. Eielson, when he discovered Hughes' home. homicide and reckless driving.The and their escorts at their
victed Friday with three other the two house parties In the accident, 17.year old trial Included testimony home. After dinner the guests
person of serving liquor i to had been attended by a teenNancy Hutchings was fatally In. that Smith had been drinking moved on the Hughes' homa.
minors at two debutante house aged couple involved In a fatal jured and Elelson subsequent. heavily at the parties. He is appealing The unusual arrests among
parties last summer In nearby the decision which carried Darlen'a upper income residents (
Darlen. 'a penalty of 60 days In have rained six weeks of
And 2-Car Crash
The psychiatrist, Dr. George a Tiger JailThe unwanted publicity on the secluded
S. Hughes stood silently hold- dtcliltas I J Tuesday commuter's town. Traditional
Ing the hand of his wife, Julia In the Tank? Injures FourFour brought to seven The number of debates have been revived -
Ann, as they were fined $500 convictions among the 13 original over whether a parent
each by First Circuit Court LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP) persons were Injured, arrests. should take a hand In teen-aged
Judge Alfred A. Tuscano. There have been some surprises none seriously, In a two car The host of the other party, parties and attempt to super
Their response to'the charge here lately for- main crash Tuesday afternoon at the Francis E. Dutcher, a vies pres- vise his offspring's Introductionto
was to stand mute and thereby 2nd Ave. In Connecticut, where
-tenance staff men of the New intersection of SW ident of the Johns Manville liquor.
they enabled their attorney and 6th St. Corp., was convicted 0 c t. 15 the "drinking age" is 21 and
to start the procedure for a York State Electric and Gas with his wife, Nancy, after they above, the problem Is more
'iCo direct challenge In the appelate Corp. while descending Into Pedro S. Oyenarte, 1114 NW pleaded nolo contendere. They acuta because of the proximity
division of the little known 14th Ave., was charged with i .York where
> residential cellars. were fined $250 each. The of.New the limit
Hosts Teenag-p7rty; FinedDr. statute under which they were I failure to yield the right of way Dutchers gave a dinner party u 18 years of age.
at arrested. It prohibits the servo Noval Seeloff, hearing a hissIng after his car was struck by a
ing or delivering of 11 I quo r to sound, turned his flashlighton vehicle driven by Charles D. SUGAR SUPPLIES ENERGY!
and Airs. Georgi Hughes, left and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley P. Felt right minors by persons other than It and learned It came froman Barco, 2414 NE Sin Ave.
ro-hosta at a debutante party last June In Darlen, Conn. arrive in court in parents or guardians, whetherIn alligator. In another ,
1 Stamford to plead on charge of serving liquor to minors. Dr. Hughe, a psychiatrist a commercial establishmentor ment Roy Scinta was base-j Oyenarte, Barco and two ,-"
and his wife were fined $300 each. Felt, a consulting engineer andhis the home. to have a pet monkey passengers suffered 111 ght In-

wife, who pleaded no..contest. !-_were fined $250 each. Also found guilty was Dudley his_ shoulder. n juries. None was hospitalized. I
Felt, a consulting engineer, his
wife, Marguerite, and Henry fqsU thirdiff rn< QUALITY moktslRONCO
New: Baptist Will Air AMA's K.waiter Clem of Norwalk.a housecleaner The Felts and

i were fined$250 each after pleading
Church ToOrganize nolo contendere (Ino con \ t t;
Medicare StandJACKSONVILLE test), and Clem received a suspended 1
fine of $150 which was
suspended because of his limit- ,3\
ed means and favorable because it's
(AP) -COm. Sis' who cannot afford to pay." repu- 4 o RANISetter
Thursday, Nov 19 has been tation. Clem also pleaded nolo A made from ; 31
plaints about the American Med- 'While the attached clippingis M 9prws
h set for the formal organization contendere r
+C" ?? Mo.1 Semolina
cal Association's advertising perhaps more accurate than
of the University Baptist The five defendants were ar- ; w'-y."A '' {
7.dealt of durum wheat
of the the
campaign on health care our understanding of TV rested \
Church now meeting at 1628 along with eight other I
NW Sixth Street. aged will be put before the state spots, It still Is misleading Inas- Fairfield County_residents. last) \
The pastor Rev. Carl F. welfare, board Thursday. much as Florida programsmake
George! has announced that Frank M. Craft, state welfare no provision for chronic a
services will be held beginning Illnesses or doctor bills or many
special director, said "Some of the Information -
next Sunday night 1 is misleading and has other things elderly people SECOHDPRSESffffl
through Thursday night, Nov. resulted in a large volume of In- I needed, Mrs. Reardon wrote.I ENTER P&G < PRIZES START
19. Rev and Mrs. George Invite quiries being directed to this de- A spokesman for the Florida I
all to attend these services Medical Association, asked '1110O__ FLORIDA
partment by persons over 65 FLORIDAFIESTA' I 8:at::. .
which begin each eveningat who are not receiving public about the complaints said the ,{ e"".MILYa.r, TRIP HERE i GiantSize
7:30. assistance AMA campaign was not intended -I ...nm.e... ..w.rn"'. :-....... lIT IIITIIY seams
Attendance since the church I r I WlTII DITAIlI AT sins
I to mislead but to Inform elderly I :
District One welfare director, sao
began eight Sundays ago has persons about care that is
Mrs. Anna Reardon, said in a
by the 8th Sunday climbed to memorandum to Craft that concern available to them.Church I II k CONTEST 'A savE I a
50. The tint Youth activity of
was expressed In north- 'm Pas ,
the church was a Halloween j.
Florida about television spot Benefit !' LT SPECIALS "fftltaII
party In which teenagers took I -1 c._
commercials.She I ".r.m
part. Sunday School classes for
pre school, elementary, and said she recalled one Supper PlannedThe
youth and adult age groups which "stated that medical assistance FROZEN FOODS iI iIal,1y
have been formed. A nursery is available for any Women's Society of the
has been provided (for every aged person for as long as he Centenary Methodist Church BIRDS EYE: Reg.
service. The calendar for December needs it and that it Includes all will hold a church benefit Satur-
-January Includes two types of medical aid. ," day beginning at S p.m. 1 "
Fordhooks Limas
missionaries who will report on, She Included a newspaper advertisement Tickets for the chicken pilau or Baby %! 2/53 Size
their work. saying, "Health supper are $1 for adults and
Rev. George, a native of MI. care Is now available (for 'over 50 cents for children.TONIGHT Cauliflower .
ami University., Is a graduate His undergraduatework of Bob Jones ( 'pg.: 2/59< 47* IS

Is In Bible. He took his IS Corn 1
"jj- 2/390
M.A. In Interpretative Speech :
while on a teaching assistant-
ship. GIANT 5'9 Scald Sweet Orange Juice 6-ox. 4/990
For the past two years he SIZE

served Youth as curriculum Division' Director consultantand at ;r""Sneak, Preview"r. ( : Mr. G. French Fries 9s
f .
the New Testament Baptist Night and
Church In Miami. He resigned I'ILlntltlWitlts.oOO'H

from Gainesville that church last August to move to begin to "SURPRISENIGHT" MEATS FRUITS. j

University Baptist Church. &

Her English CAN ANYTHING Chuck Roast Lt. 49* U.VEGETABLES S.N0.1 'I

Is Too Good HAPPEN ;

brief report In Ohio State UnU t Rib Steaks LI. 79 3FOR 25C
verslty's alumni magazine lUg. Lunch 11:30: a.m.to 2OS pm,
Dinner 4 30 m. to I:05 p m.
gents that there may be sucha : p NEW CROP NUTS
Lunch O Dinnert Speciele
thing is being too good. $ rv d Evtry Day ,.
A senior transfer student, Ground Beef 3 LIS: $139 ENGLISH WALNUTS L. 59c
who had been majoring In dra-
matic literature at Northwestern -: MIXED NUTS'
University, took the oral PLCAFETERIA GRADE "A" LI. 59cTurkeysHens
test for speech defects while *
going through OSU's orienta- -. 39 PECANS-STEWARTS 39c
tion. Her diction was so unus-
ually good that the examiner GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
suspected It must result from mi IANQUIT IACILITIH *
II some speech defect Pork Boston Butts LI. 39 2,0. 19c

Pork 69* S PEe I A L-

2316 N.W. 6th St. Phone 2-4386 DFranks FLA. GRADE "A"

11-0%. PKG 3/$100

USDA Graded BABY BEEF .::t:

Bacon 49
Lt. -
t cm SIRLOIN! .

I Steak 79' lb. Steak 69" Ibe 29c 11
< Ib
e a e CLue

T-Bone 99'! lb. Steak . 69 lb.


Roast . 89' Ib Steak e 69" H>. 1 '

i \
Pork Loin 49' lb. Steak .49' lb. WITH OR$5.00 MORE ORDER

Patties 4.90 Roast ,45'lb.RUMP FANCY LONG GRAIN

Sibs. $1.95 Roast . 59' lb. N.. m c.. GRITS RICE

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I Wednesday, November II, 964 Gainesville Sun 9

\ Indian Summer Days Arrive Ii II ; n ppiwwiiitllllllllnillif -

By JOE DILL record for that date drought has plagued that area lof a pre-w Inter storm that I I ,
Virtually ill of the eastern t, ul i *,, m.,1111',,
CHICAGO (AP) This lithe :too dumped two feet of snow on the 100 m n ,
season when any suburbanite half of the country is caught in I Temperatures plunged to 10 state upper elevations, It was
worth his salt usually Is moodily the drought. Idegrees below freezing in Nevada Nevada first general precipitation -
contemplating his snow shovel.i Many wooded areas have I 1- _Tuesday, hard on the heels' since July I
Instead, many of them have' been closed to the public In New crltulr ,
York State. Indiana has banned nslorrT '; _
dandelion problems. BILL CAMPBELL Y'SAYS
camp fires In all state parks. !i .
In the eastern half of the nation The Iowa Slate Conservation : j f ,T I II
trees stubbornly clutch Commission has urged owners had on imuranet eh ck up rt-
I I cenI1y1''r' $.. a proftu'anal IndtpindtntImuranct
their leaves and flowers are I of grass and timberlands not to .nt tomorrow, Look for the .4, I
blooming. Even the birds are start fires unless absolutely necessary 8'g i r' wot!
confused.The I ends ,
Ph. <1231 ,
western United States has I There's little or no Indian NATIONAL PROTICTICN Will ,
felt the coming winter's sting N.e, l-Urk ", :.
summer in the West, but i!
but the mild temperatures and I -
fair skies of Indian summer I OPT i
prevail from the Midwest to: a
New England. Much of the sun, al<
favored area also is trapped In I '
a prolonged drought I ._ SlnlRL DMLLj
In Chicago, a conservationistsaid I ep :
the balmy November I I
weather has kept the birds from I wry tS
their annuallOjourn. I
"The other day," Robert) .y asGULARe
Mann said,'"I saw huge flocks]I S
of blackbirds and bronzed grackles -
traveling east. They should
have been flying south at this : 4 .t Jja
<+ A
time of year. They seem to

think It's still summertime p3 4 q t t' SN A
"The flowers and the trees le
dont seem to know today Is a. : y' 1 /

Nov. 11. Dandelions are blooming r- a'
and leaves are still on buck .
thorn treea." .
Indian summer, which has no I 1 k, 1 e 4' dr ;v'lea V ?1t.'

definite beginning or end on the
calendar, Is ,a short period of '., S ,
especially fair days and chilly r -
night In late October or early '
November. SHORt SIEEVESI 1ComP0
The season Is caused by a, i G 3
large mass of warm tropical
aIr. American Indians are credo Neslenellylet4 S0 esehl i
Ited by some sources with naming l to ,..
Indian:-iummer as their fa- arenasMEN'S $sllln
vorite god:Cautantowwit, god of

the In Southwest.New England -and> the i LU IOUS IMPORTED

. elf the Eat, temperatures have j
been In the pleasant 10 sf S
f In the Midwest, the mercuryhas
been flirting with summer I
time levels The temperature
reached 77 degrees Tuesday In IUStROU HIGHR ADClO
Sealtest control deliversall
Kansas City, Mo., one degree quality +
higher than the record for Nov. "GOID" Gin
10, set In 1927! Chicago had 72 the goodness milk can bring youThat's
Monday one item short of the BOX WTWlYWf
why Stillest brings you cessing Trained personnel work 2'$4BO
milk of the highest possible quality with ultramodern equipment, tistIng ,' 2
Giveaway? Sealtest begins with the finest for purity, quality! and fish / ./ SHIRTStech
milk and then exercises the most nest These are the reason for
e with American Imlltute ef LOIIleMor./ stitches to every loch)
rigid quality controls during prothe superiority of Sealteit Milk. Check these
WICHITA, Kan., (APPo) Ing approval Scoll Contoered end tapered bodied
lice investigating an office burglary YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE lEST.INSIST/ ON SEAlTESTf e The only 'Imported ihlrt with this hail Lustrous, hi.count kreedclothtl
found that the only Items features: e Slnglo-needle talleHnql II... 141yf II.. .. 32 t. 331
missing were trinkets taken Cannot Bull out ol i shavel QUmG ..lT .r'1I""lru..rmll"I. lr'I'"IWn

away items" 244 SW Sth -. -Phone FR 2-2501 P rDcbis

st:. a,

t h ey

SAVE 12Con rnLs"I estle rsc kl

fcri/ak L Rayoh BLANKETS

s_ Atrltm xryli' ft ray** u.nd AAe'
He IO>M UK.., MM
NeyIM rn4ir>ff i
J ..

two 6-stick pounds of new

Mrs. Filbert's Whipped Margarine p, w

tr ,e 1 err Vjerj e slv

.. j i S I Ij ykli'CsftsN 9laose! aft Kw'w C'urn 4S


/ T"'a7' 5, Sy 8 .2 P 3 1.81 '

a, a
.a 1tzt.xtse = ., Uses A !c! 'a..art.n,4 t4 2 Mnl.b rs, laro

; : MEN'S SLIM WOMEN'S 7crr1/lcl ..

4 IVY .'" 100% ORLON -

1 Leo

k'A 391 I hoc/F $ :;

sou-out ucrcf = ,
try Ie,,'" ..,... V14c,4e SCATTER RUGS _
0/ .rw, a I.,.. M k Twrt., S,1 LrA. e/d .
# /0 0'4 .
2 Off/lb. .. '. ....... ...... .--.., n." 24.10 oeh.et sad..l.e 55 (w.rN.., M.My Orf.e _
j S. 57 ; .Le ..,.., .."'_, 29-40 1.1. V ..... ...e h.+... woe. poi, shr kiwi, too :
h.rw ero,., Ae.e... are, b ,., u 0srtL
2 Off/lb. ouT pet isI

Our Wht Pp.Margarine elves you 6 flavorwhippediitle& 8 e -
In every pound, spreads 50% Coupon I -

more bread for your money. And Mrs. FilbeiTi 1L.lia'JNe ..

exclusive flavor-iecret It In every pat.Your family 12e Saving .c. .-.

can use It lavishly,Try some today. ..
# I M -
r,1Mwtmw-iiiTSei 8c > I IMarlf ... =
== It STACK HEELS 'h f6t Rsd, 3Z-it.. iallla
b of
r1 i >k ell prdnse sf tw 0e.e
t MrL Farertr,rr thr><2ri.e 1.77 SHAMPOO FOOTBALL -

1I I T.M Orr.tw.w.rw.n'-I M.v epee t SreeL.4A..1 v?iW, SSC DETERGENT 5.97 :

I .he., w L10 .T..r ..... d ie? &- '_ ..... I .... Iskde. Te v e b ltine..,. :
w w c..a. Ie ...,.. Ae heiri roil .bntrlr/../ I ,are

( f+iE b i.u Jal1MrM'"L 23 Se

erica 111tt11 3$tars

L--- --- -- --- -- --- -- -- N ..NJ cres Free Parking e :

Phone 175-.191 U.S. 441 N. et 23rJ BNJ.Balmy .




10 Goln.ewillSul! Wednesday, November 11, 1964


I the SUN II I' '

POLICE, FIRE REPORT Yancey Sr., Daniel W. Hiers,

Accident Roundup MaNe Mims, Patrick Sheppard nAM'S
Stella H. Luke, Robin I Ann I
Involved In accidents report. Dougherty, Carl Boettcher. f
lei by the Gainesville Police Department II
count or IICOP.DCrlmhul p1pM1
and the Alachua OkMMMmJMM .

County Sheriff Office during ,. ...,,,Ire.., e._. PmMInf( 1"SUPER-RIGHT"
"/ wy.o Cumminpy 'orl tolocl hg turri stamp
the past 24 hours were: V.'Ief' GOo,, s.10S' M bay .sour 110ft.. HEAVY WESTERN BEEF CHUCK ".I+d stamp S..trg ere hi for arse bosh. aaili Mi weak M

Pedro S. Oyenarte, 1114 NW .121. ..Cothorino potting. .w.,,"" .,.Divn... /..tan05.1114 iw., USinm tnanl Him I. Ihil it and one lot ."...h I.W Plaid Stamps N till holt. It'. Hm.lf" ..PP.rlunlrr -

14th Ave. and Charles D. Bar- ftoMrl D P,Jonoi KllpilUn., on'I':: I In.til 031.:|'I I.J .. FLU Stamp Sever ...... for Chrlrtm.1 GifH. Tok. advantage .f the .,,
co, 2414 NE ith Ave., at 4:35: Jimw. : Kublo' r'V' IW. v'oT.:1 Bon InLB. te fill *
poMIng Com ;: C ... ..
p.m. Tuesday at SW 2nd Ave. onlwllonlc 5,1.., ipudlng' 120 J.rryU5. 9 del.,. a A&P skis wank asd sass as 5'. ,
... ROAST 3 Cash
add' unkn. .05.0350 'I
and Otis parry Go.A'oc' u.. '. luro toiv. ..
.. .... --
StFlr h "
vohlclo undor control 131 ii ii iii
Call a. Anon lokolind, wood,no. 031.Illoh ir ii iiii CJL.
f r"
Horrlb LoMburg, owodlng. 131 I
At 1114: m. Tuesday, a WIII.m lIe_T. ".ed. Ocilo. $00150,,...without.., PLAID
I 125 MaIM Hill B oetnxtlon I ;
house fire on Klncald Road ol driving "'K...'..*. 131 I Itophon 'SU'IR.RICHT"HEAVYWESTERN'BEEI-CHUCK = "XtTU
J. Kottonon, 717 Nl W Ithooting .. i' ). \\n ,
Total IOM, value not estimated dovol.. oltor hour, 075.Rey I i
Limb. 4911 IW 47H1 Way word-i a Coupon and P14... 05
No Injuries.At WION 7111 Cwpon sod 05,005.
ng IN. Lori N. McCoy Woil Vlrglnliriving / ;
738: pm. Tuesday, a on...wrong tIM 5, rood. i 1 S0-lb. .. ; w.... .-:
l.bI .11. add'OIl unkn. """ 49cQ Jlm Dandr
flooded heater at 15 SE 4th w135NIk05.'co'',,. flihlng. without... 121. o Tssmy,IkonM. .131'1 I Ii.ltor STEAK I LB.SWIFT'S : Dog Food. .JI;i Sponge Mop each iJ. ;

Ave. No damage. WlllliM, LoCrouo. .NessM/ .. ,..,....
nnithorliod' .prronn ll .,Iu.. 131.Thomoo I ... 11.1114 1 J. Ji;
GENERAL HOSPITAL J. llltch J,., _,... $5.05w CuNm 0050 MN SawlaY, NOV. 11i Good Nan. '
,, : ; ;
; ; ;
.p..1ne' 131. ; ;
Nov. It, 1M4BIRTHS -i.. ClM .,......... oil Hororo .. Wiltonr. .___..__...________________m.J: ; -
aronion wooding' Jomoi W. Pill -- _
cho. :1MI Rocky Point, ..... no vildrlvirl / I PREMIUM I CANNEDPICNIC ::::::::: :: ::: :::::::::::
"'..... Wlllll 0 Crowl. 2329Ng '.-.'''------ -:'' '" : 1
jrd pioco. ipoodingi' "" _.' drlv .:...i iij- i a r r r i iI ;

Mr. and Mrs Richard F. $5'- .1,45.55.5 lleonMtrry J.,.. ,. AI..."".... 035. 1 SAID,
Kraus, 3905 NW 18th Pl., a boy; coin., lonno ipoidlng' L.. Sill trillle 111..NW..,CON ono A.t20.. LB. PLAID r; i f/I
Mr. and Mrs Harry C. Stalling .s4lsg, 120. or I doyl, Alonio/ JP. 4 $199 I
$20.5. ( I.allure to ytild riont .1
*, 367 W. Washington St., way, t30 or 11 doyi. tdmund J. Dipintor .. il. Coupon 115 of i

Starke Mrs. Robert, Fli,A.a Monroe girl, Mr., III and, 522 10 ,doyi"Ilium 121. 0 Oufliy Plov. tr III,, AlKhuo wooding' .,no 121 validd.ln.r' or = ,,:-Dandy Th25 CeuOon and 7.: :. = [ 2::; ::::. 12 Ii Iic. I I

llconto. UN :JO day. Jorry Food 1.99 Kattx . . 8ge i
NW 30th Ave Mr. and SUPER f Dog \ i

Mrs.HI, a Brian girl; Mr.Frld,and 2443 Mrs Tl a Hay vet Oriihow Khool'Nemo 3012 ond.NW 120. 120 32nd or cat|Ploeo'diyi,Itonliy'ImpropordrlWl J.i Chuck Roast. . LB. 69c Short Ribs. .7. LB. 29c Cou_ oeee31MN"1114 aauroan. 11 I 'CeutwnS 000'/-' ::':;'''... Nan.. .f1 :
Orovor C. KII. I'M Nl 3r. Avo
wood D. Boyd, P.O. Box 271Micanopy Hluro to Vans vohklo under. controlillt ,. :1 .._1ItK'W:1Iwawnn._..""._____.__________.._____:;
a girl ., ,
Ruse Jr. O.K. 'r." PorK wooding
.. .., '--------- ---
21 or 10 diyi Wllllim hy.g r30f4
ADMITTEDAnn oivi. Mums Wlllord rloll D. Rod wnodlng. 140 la 121 llth or It 10, Shoulder Roast ',' LB. 79c Brisket Stew.. lB. 19ci' i'ai'i. _r.riiii i

Kraus, Shirley Sullivan, wooding oars. IIntl.trofttt/ ,.Khool. Irvlno' and.Improoor 120 coin..*.,I SUPER RICH WESTERN BEEF SHOULDER ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED I TtL PLAID i i i PLAID'ISwiss !
'rv 120 or I doyi Rudy W. Wilton.
Janice C. Monroe, Nancy Doyle, TamW. 110w1n5' an un.uho'1d owl n STAMPS Ii -
Homer J. Simmons, Arlene I .. drlvo. trillle Khool end. no ..>to or Steak LB. 79c Sliced Bacon. LB. PKG. 45c 1P J STAMPS
Lee Haley, Carrie Hill, Sue B. rir Is ',.V"$5110 Johnnlo," to'...wllcm. vihlcio 1011 umrtr N| 034 urn$. I Wltn TMi, Coupon .... PurcMM of i : WIM Tkl. Cwoen and Pu4aN If I

Cooper, Thomas M. Smith I rat'. 121. C or. Worloy 10 diyiHonry .117 NW 2th A.... SUPER RIGHT LEAN FESHLY FROZEN HEADLESS i I5...,.. D""k I 10 t C''I.f Cimpboll'i "t-lk tin .;1
Irene S. Davis Lola I. Bres- poodng' ,.III. 0,0.0.red/ 120 emit ; ; Pork Cr Beans 6 for 870Jan H
ette, Julia Worthy, Michael A. alanpling.....11 K.:Pigo tabs, 152'don NW wrhout' 14tl 0 Avo II Ground Beef 3 LB: PKG. 1.29 'Whiting . LB. 19cjSpecial ; Tang .1-lb. 2-os.jar 99e i ;: i

Hubert, Winifred L. Dusenbury, emu. |30 II diyi. Miry L:. Arnold.: 11.1114 H... 11 1 I i! o..dJ.r.1.1114 dCovponi
oddrm unknown, worlliloil' .IhKt mil I 0505005 Good lllru .tvrdoV. I Nov 11 |J :
Barry Baguley, Jane E. Barker tullolt end 120 collt I. O. tlrrMglonoddmi .
unknown, potty $500.011..5$51133 j ii.1:*:asliwrJmcJLt: : :
Harry G. Peterson, Bessie ,.Ion ond 129 Cct501511115., I chocKnitltullort ------------------ ---- -..--- ---
Johnson, all of Gainesville I .,d 120 cottlPorry If! Ann Page Condensed,- TOMATO .. .. ...
,. ,
Jnpor J A'0"' -------- ----- -------- --
Robin Ann Dougherty, Melrose' ; H.hock-.....roitltutlon. 1101 NW and SIN IM Avo mil, dntroylnglohn M"k r. ffflnr6 i: r:: I

Margaret Fla.; Hamilton Ann Stalllngs Mashburn, Starke, Willlston 01,1.0.1- 0051.a. ,05050050 Dull I.su.d. ..,, .:::101.N 00011340 1.0010 d.yw s$:: 10-01. i! PLAID Io&tra I
Lola wortMoM Vin SOUP 3 29C 15 STAMPs Ii
; S Ritch, Johnson, chKk P0,40d.N unknown STAMPS
wortMoM chock. TnomM a. llmmonl ..j : :
Fla.: Charles A. Kersey, Alachua et. t, no valve '' .''. llcmMilborl Cans ,,
: 1 : w Thlt Canp.n Md PurchsN fA
; Judith C. Grant, Micanopy; 0.. Mllllkon, lOfl Nl OH AVI. With TM I. Coupon ond1o.f. 05rchW. of i ii
VirIle Boyd, Micanopy; SibbieH. L. l _. Ocala' ._1... Joi i I-pint fettl, i I Ant ,... Pur 12.... I* ,
Kirkland, Cedar Key. I..! Klllh llemio' Llko mlrlctlonl lutlir, VIoUIMn.Plchird,'.. .,COM drlvro Special "SuperRight"CHILI (with beans) I I. Wesson Oil . 69c I I Strawberry Jell35e J I II

DISCHARGESMr. 4C4- Nl tI,,,mn.. eontlnuodi Tor. wMdlng L...". N. ...- J5. ".,... ; Ja. ".,.... :
Inn P.t. 3, driving. too ilow JOM A Coup.1l Oood thru .tv.y. H... II I .. couWm Good .ru $.lurdrl. Nov. 11 I
,.., I.
John S. Drawdy, Amos I 'Bonn, ,Irll 1430W.N. Tomllnion unlvonlly. '.,.Ass I.?l.IPOM.ng .vln| : : : l i. _!! J ;
C L !!_ _. ___' -
Itio of
Kino on occldont' Minim fOoro m
B. Curia Mrs Glenda Wasdln I .,. ..
Orlonoo no void dOn IIChortM 4 89 ---
1 ----
and daughter Mary F, Ora', _.. w. Pryitt, _lit In- F ii
'known, tnnoldlng' lupiortI CO".
and son, Mrs Polly Ann Ware:I i. Tlpton, oddroti unknown. wormlom r'"iii iii iiiiiii: m =
chMk Louli" Wob 1505.5 :
and son, Mr. Robert Wilson. known. withholding' tuoportpliodod c1At" i:1OGJwn
Jeannette T. Hill and son. -. not gultyt. IMIo, WHIM : PlAID 1
Ralph Beville, Marjorie Brown. Jr. .iridroM.W. P. unknown Todd. _dlwroorly roo. unknownmolMlmg conifucf -. Save at A&P! Jane Parker D.liclou.PEACH i. 5 STAMPS' ;! f1V
Barbara Warnlck Mary Tomp. kin' _roo.doir unknown with/ .opi molMilng., Jotf MeMo dm. I ::: 'I wim, TMi' Coupon Sod _... of Iii I
king, Maureen Spann and son, out of union. Oonild J. Huckiboo. oddrlM : Thl. CIu... nod Pw0h1N fA ..: Any Variety lofty Crocks !
Grace Geracl and son, Mar)I chirgm unknown....ml.drunk....' lull" T. IrM I ,.. is:, I Loyof Mb. n -x. pdf. i
Ie and John Lei o
qt. 59c
Pettry son N'. IIrMN. P I E 5 39WIM: jar ; J... IM444Oood ;
l.Lb.8-0.. EachEASTERN : Jow. .,.... i I Goon. III" liturdoy. H.,. 14 I II

Where Is All I Good Mrs NwrdW. Nan. II :i __________________._____..___
,..._._......__.-___.._-__._._.__..--:1:I ,_._.._________.._______________._
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:... ..:
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. million appropriation and la expected '' POTATOES3Mb. APPLES4lb. With Thli Coupon ood Purcnno of MIChof ;

Clifford P. Case said today the to coat more than $45 1 I. Sey-Ar-Dio l-lb- with l-oi. pkoj. M TilMulhromi i|
new House Office Building now million when the final figuresare *
Spaghetti Dinner .. 49c ..I!
I rearing completion Is a monument In.The 1 U!|
c I to tile peculiar way Con General Accounting Of.I ';,1 1' j I Coupono Good in itini 1114-14.,.....v. II... 14 **,,

1 gnu handles Its Internal af Flee, he said, began a review of ': '1 'yr $ flfl $1 00 :: =u ea xar l
o oa }
fairs. the project only after a reluctant d a. n: ,, | 3 ..__.___ __ _

The New Jersey Republican House leadership was una 1l0 w f % i ''bags | rrJai: i R l
said the secrecy which has ble to prevent a roll-call vote on

shrouded facts and figures for the question. ,, If PlAID ..i:
construction of the building bas Case noted that this Is a new wr fO
/ I
II thwarted even members of Con- role for the accounting office I iii'|

from finding out more which, as a creation of Congress
gress !
FULL OF JUICE j Wlttl TMI Coupon end PurchOM Of IS
about the project acts as financial watchdog I Co*." Joho/l Quick ,..... ..,
I Ha again called for fuller pub- over the executive branch. Red I-Ik. pke: i
lic disclosure of governmental Its review Case said, Is recognition I;. Perch Fillets 39cj
activities and expressed hope of the legitimate demand J.. n 1.14 ji i
$100 .; Coupon Good thru lolunloy Nov MANN
the new Congress will adopt legislation for fuller public Informs GRAPEFRUIT j I 3 Sell; t
( to require members to tion about congressional actlvl

\ disclose their financial Inter. ties. bags ; ..
esls. Caw and other senators Introduced 'Try.
"The principle of public dls public-disclosure bills In I PLAID
'i,I closure is central to the effective the past several Congresses but U.\I.
workings of our political I none of them passed. STAMPS iii

[ system Cast slid In a letter to Case said, however that they MGt FINE III.OAOOlIXTRA WIDE SPECIALs GOLDEN SUN A & F REALLY FRESH 10-oi. WON Tun Cum* and Perms fCko i

( constituents.Cast said the new House Of.. were Senate discussed this year seriously for the In first the Egg Noodles 1 MB PKG. 29c StrawberryPreserves Instant Coffee JAR 1.29 :k SorArDoSo itl J-IV. I.... pie. I

flea Building named In honor time "I hope that in the next Dinner with meat 41e
of the late Speaker Sam Ray.. Congress !legislation can at last SPECIAL BAKERS ANGEL FLAKE 310.02.' Chdt-BoyAr-Do w/Moet or Muttwoom U'i et OoocIJ:. .

burn-began.In 19SS with a S3. be enacted" he added. Moist Coconut 2 PKGS 43c Spaghetti; Sauce 2 con,.49c eo- Now. W

___________ _
Spociol Ann ta t Smooth or Kruncfiy "l-lb' 8-ci ANN FACE. Pooch, Pmoflpclo' Apricot Jl10'- .

I; Junior College Peanut Butter JAR 59c 2149 c Preserves 2 LB ROIS5crp:5: ; PLAID .....


,I,{ Benefits Listeduating Corn Oil QUART BOTTLE 45c I Frozen Drinks 6-oz. CAN 1 10c I a.- 1 r.".logo. i TM of 'CWOM ond,PurOiMi I.P>- .of m "j Mi

I| Pork Sausage 3 for 1.00
from school, where Ckiiki. ol ... SMl.onf Araww Stor |!. wj
A junior
the community key to a healthy economy as In other areas of the stat Ck...k TOM smack ....... I
Cot* MM" I Ik J7o Sloo' ru' o MOTMMOO pan (or 11s 'n,,
L. R. <( f 2SoH. :
M. TonioH Sow S 1 for aXB:1CaBtI1
chairman of the Alachua County I la 60 per cent. MlM. C..h.n ... .... lO-oo bs5 29oMorten ...fo To of. Fotr* <.... 2 ... 17.PtlkjkWT LstAt L.._.._**._---.____....__._..-.__-..
Junior Colin Interim Ad- I last year, he said 381 Alach.' '. Fran .. ..11.,. M A511N7C IACp1C TOA CQWAN11 e/C. ..... 0 75. Ad Aoot .... "....ISs 040., .lava 14.
vlaory Committee, told Altrusa 'na County students commute M4c:::: 1 cko .10-... i*. /.1.050 .... s-... oi. ie
0,550,010w SW lad AVENUE
to junior In other
colleges coun
Club members Tuesday.
I 510010.115 TI..e.' 10.00' pke 19. R.1.1a1..0.d C..kws .. 9.
Jordan, director of the University ties. Bradford County had n NortK.ru P4M Towiri :hmko 21s MtiwO M..4 'mo .-... 12-s. CLose MON. THIU WID. 7 LM."

.of Florida Hospital and commuters. Anww AMMO Stir Stir Tfdrt U.... oo* 4.. 0._ Jwco 1/.,. 4S< CLOse THURS AND paL I ,......
Jordan pointed out that In Iii NilhCkH
Clinics, told the women'club. : vocational offerings only a wall Soon* ........ I." sag ).o AH Sdof Dot ,... I.Hx ,..J/J14 CLOSE lATUIOAY 7 F M..
group that a two year community -
junior college, might not provide -
Junior college could provlda -I all the technical: service LIMON JUICE FACIAL LAUNDRY II.IACH CLEANS
an area vocational Institute
well as general for high educational schoal opportunities l 1' might provide. But It can nearly Realemon Woodbury Soap Baggies Clorox A.Jax A.Jax

duplicate an Institute at' a savelogs

graduates The advisory and adults.committee under -I ..In to addition taxpayer the dollars junior. co. 16-0Z. BOTTlE 43c UNIT OF 4 32c BOX OF so 29c GAL somE 63c 2 21-OZ. CANS 49c GIANT SIZE 79c

Jordan h gathering infor- loges provides a general education -
mation to support a request to
curriculum that la attractive
hereto eon L+bal
establish a junior college and necessary to high
serve Alachua and Bradford' school graduates unable to enter Baby Food Action Gelatin Super Suds A.Jax Fob

Counties. a university and to adults

of Jordan this county's said only students 43 per went cent'who want at lo the continue post high their school\ educitron 6 JARS 65c 22.0Z. 79c 2 .Ol, PKG 23c GIANT SIZE 59c 28-01. somE 69c GIANT 'KG. 71 c

on to some college after grd-[level Jordan saId


Wednesday November 11,1964 Gainesville Sun 11

$00 Pass Fla. Bar Tests I Flood ControlDistricts

I Grand Duchess Laying Aside Crown I

ALLAHASSEE CAP) The HoydI J. of Tom.. Oar011 AI "..... 'North Port MyoraOoltord .
M TaanKN. N Jr Barry P5,01 IKnN NJickWmrlll. Path Rkhoy" PomponoBMch
rlda Board of Bar Examin .. Ml i H<>i.n K. HoMo .' Horvoy Hkhmon of M f. 51 1 LUXEMBOURG (AP feel I have
) reached!
s,. Poloribur. Wllllom' M. Hollond' Jr. _h. tdmund Plowdon Kioly ol C.. the age war. Prim Minister Pierre Princess Josephine-Charlotte,
bag released Its list of 300 of Tempo, Moword Joy Holloiidor ol Mloml _14_ N.V. Horold Mortta HUM Grand Duchess Charlotte and I think Jean Is the
who passed the August M10h.e.5 ot Calf GoNot' Klch.rd M. BotoMol Reach Pact Dupong uttered the words that slater of King Baudouln of Bel
, yers t, ;.II., of ,.,.It. All, JOIMIAlborl .I Donvlllo.' "... Jomoo ....,, BooorfttJr aside Thursday the crown to take over," she said re- have
and will be 1 1- _. a motto: "Ma glum. They have five children.
iminations HortoM Ol Now York City GoonHEd I of 0" Oovld RobIn Jr. olMloml. has worn through 41 'After all, I im M now."
law. ord N.011 of Looodurg W 1111151 Paul logos of Tompo. Dovid W. of thistate's dame, we love you."
tied to practice Oolior Howord ot WUttor Moyon, Hit Koquomoro Jr. of Now York City. WottorNooonplotl ( war and peace, and her Jean II not as popular 1 The Grand Duchess Is married *
300 will be sworn In it doiPh J. Moran Jr. ol Golnoovlllo, Androw T. ._ J. If C.... .._ largest water control Prince Jean, ascends to Steel-rich .
he loin jockion of two Plocld' Mt 00,40,0 00Nnolr. tit Mia514 N.rry Luxembourg's 330,000 Luxembourg enjoysEurope' to Prince Felix, 71, I descerulrnt
iltaneously In the three sep. ...... L. Jommon ol Jockionvlllo,. Doo of of Now Pomocolo ViM Clry., (Ichordoiio Also, HBOMnMoum l. districts have agreed not to throne of Luxembourg.In as his mother Dutiful highest standard of of King Louis XIV of
old loo Jouok ol Chkooo Holgh* IIU
te ceremonies In Tallahassee, Itlch... Mormon Jonklm. ol Dolloi T.... ol Oovtono Booch Donold Hod a simple ceremony a child he is rather with living and has no great domestic France. They have five other

keland and Miami Noy. 23, Vlrglnlo Brrnord' JOCk Jorlitrom" ol Pall Churth,. toy P. Ron P.OOO ol of II.Ann PotorMurg Arbor ,Mich.llophon Howord Root disagree anymore prince will take an oath as an adult. problems. children younger than Prince

Wllllom' N. Jolla Jr ol Mloml WtlKm ol J......., NY., wmiom Oovld R_ The Central and Southern Grand Duke Jean the of Prince Jean Is married to Jean.
.d Holmoo Johraon of Chorlono N C.. long ol Wlntor Pat Rooort Allon Rom boy very agreeable
j rtoni Abed ot Jockwmllio.'' NorIbort illlom Uw Jon iion ol Vonlco Gordon ol Mloml Booth Chorlol Philip IO ot Clnclnnotl, Ohio, wllllnr ....... Jornnton ol van Boncti, C>.\'. ol tndlonopolll.Worron, prosperous nation In 52
....0, Anon ol M atnl, M'.. Arlom H. Jonn ot Tompo loaned Pout Kaplan M. lolomon ol Now York City.. together representing a com- hides great strength of
_, ot Mloml ..O<,. ChorM Apiovioml 0 W.ohlltg5on.' 0 C.. 0..... A. K.v.a"c Mill' Arthol Jan Icnoiwmonn ol Tom.po Is 43. "
\ Booen Mkhool Anthony Mol Nd.. Thomas M/1tiiI Wllllom J. Ichlllno of JockionvUio.Molvyn bined 31 counties, made the IHe I college principal once
loot Horttard C_., Coorgf : :N :: ... Max., Jana M4 Poul IchoMkk ol Corol OokM.Mkhort Grand Duchess, of him. FINE MEATSCUT
.rt Arnold, Ol Wlntor. Porn John K.,10N : Miami in..... I. Bchwortt of "Mloml sad. agreement here Tuesday. reign was the longest of
ol Mloml ...,..- M. Boll M John Brodrord. Kont of Now York City, Rtthwd A, Ichwortt ol Doytono sad. takes the throne at a much
,.....11I.. Roymond Lowoll lollou of Jorry KI.... Korn .Boynton ......, Chorloo' M leruool III ol Tompo MortlnIdword the living monarch in Europe,13H."I,
lloo Pork Lorry Alan Kloln' of L kolond, Monto IKloin logo ol Mloml, MHO ._. Previously two( agencieshad renounced the time than his mother
Sortlgor. ol Pompono Booch ,. L. Wlmon ot Allonlo, Oo. John HMonholl mally crown ,
nil B ol "_ Conn.. Thoodoro Klolnof
vied for state and federal became Grind Duchess al TO YOUR CHOICE
Horbort Borkln ol Jockionvlllo. .' 00.0,4.. M Mimi 00000. March.
Polulc. Luxembourg's
th.ll'1 Mloml, M. ( ol
wry /
k .. ....... _....... .....
moo AtomMll Boumor ol J. e oonWoltor N.J.. Itophon A. Kato ol Mloml. ol C decided on Jan. 15, 1919, when Eu
,. Loo l.yard Jr. ol II stilt,,. J.. Ko.on of Mloml Booch, ooort "..., Ihottur of Brodonton Wllllom appropriations. They to begged her to remain. Us 1
.....'.. Konnolh O. Booll Jr. of Poll' Thorn. lillot Krouoo ol Port JO ch, Alton' .. ......oy ot Stuort ThOM IC> Pronklln Dovid. K......., ol MlomlNormon ., Wllllom Thanes llmi ol Leo .......... combine efforts on budget requests > were by. World War I. Her sister d
.... -- ---- -- -
J. Bockor of BOM B.oion ......'" Krono of Tompo Calf Mlchool Irwtn Mora Troowroluond and educational HEAVY WESTERN SPECIALS
,0 loll HI ol Ormond ._... Allifllormtt Itonloy' D. Kv..,........ Jr. ol UM ABrohom C. loud Jr. of Jock_ promotion. Market Duchess Marie Adelaide,
of Dolralt Mid.. SoynwiKM Walt, Allon J. London of ........ Mooo ,. .III., Wllllom Chonnlng" Itohry of Mloml : Egg BEEF !
ot Brooklyn. MY. Jams Prodorlck Long of ttomoovlHo,. 011050 "M. OtslO' If MMII. 501014 C,_ became her country
Ooorgo Philip longtord JACKSONVILLE ( ) believed her to have been
BoMrt _oil lit raM M 0.'_. City Rlthord H. Longloy' of Looming. trovono ol Mloml.Wllllom At a banquet later of the Florida WeSpecialize 89
'.. Kooplor' Blockwoll of Port ,Lou.10 lori Emory Longlolo ol Dolrolt MknJomoi .. Ruport .w.'" ol Jockoonvlllo.Jool I Northeast Florida Egg .
,., Horbort .. ..... III of ,"n''. O. Lorcho Jr. ot T.II..._. Roborl Troguo ol Mloml Bormgi.DovM Waterways Association, (,ov. '
ot ... P> Thorp of Mum Mloml prices to retailers: darkest days came
do Ooorgo Robort Bollon L""' ..... ,.... Lovon ol Now YorCity. > Kirov
Joy Darwin' Bond Jr. ot Or- Hortow Bokor LnMr of North Philip. Moo Thorp ol Now York City. Farris Bryant was presented s i Extra large 45"'-.49, War II when Germany CLUI .. III Lt.
:1',. L. Byrd booth Jr. ol N. Pill' Booth.lonloy Joy Morvoy Thorpo ol Outtporl ItonloyThomoo I
L. ol V.r.t TrnKo ol Loko Worth. Prank M. plaque for his part In developingstate large 434-45 mostly 43 Luxembourg She
'''''11. Jomoo Boring" ( t. tutor ol Mloml Loull L. ;
: Mkhool Donnll .,." ol No* vim. ol Mloml _II. Arnold Iro Lovy ol von Amorlngon ol Corol ....... DovidB 3237. 34 small her family fled to\ the Unit- in Cutting STEAK. W
urn mostly
1 CII". Mill JuliA A Brochnor ol North' Mloml,, loooc 1. Lovy of Jockion Von Kloock' ol Pompono Booch Rkh- water resources. ; .
11..11. VIIW Lorry I. Logy of PMolloo. Pork,. sty WOHOII VOH 01 Wlntor P I f k. mostly 33.Poultry States and Canada.
''c.... Ala ........ of MI. nl. LoiBrlckmon Horold' Dovll Lawn of T.II..._. M. Donlol' Rlclurd Vougnon ot Oolond More than 400 includIng
of Now Hovon, C_.. Por. Ml C. Lowlo of Now Vortt City., Hortori. John Homllton Word Ol Orlondo HOT- persons at farms: fryers she returned alter the Wrapping CHUCK La
Auto Brown Jr. of Colnoivllio Idwln' 0 Llohmon ol Pronklort Ky.. boy C. bert Morrll Woiiormon of MIomL John state officials legislatorsand .
Browning," Jr. ol "'Od_ T om.. LotkB.rl ol T....... ".,_ Itophon A. Ivorott With ol It. ......- Low-. top ,
.rd Brvckmon of L.,.., Jon W. L_ N _.,-. twos Joy Wrlnor of Worn! Broch Mo| congressmen heard Rep. D I ROAST. 45*
,. 01 Mloml bat N. Bumo olr.A John logir Lumlord ol Blrmlnghom. mm Wollor W.I_ ol Oocohir, 0... and
Tom Oury Burrowo ol OrmonlEft / Ala' Pt0 A. Moellu'' N Cali G...... R....... Plwlpo, W.,' ol Orlondo' John R. (Billy) Matthews of Gainesville RESTAURANT FEATURE .
., Donlol' N. Burton of Plnollti Mill Julb Madola 01 Wouchul. 1_. H..",.. Wlllwr ol Jocknnvlllo Clayton.
.. Wllllom W. CoWwoll jr ot fort T. M.." ol Daytona ....... Roymonof R Wllkol ol D.,..... ovllllom, Prodorlciivtllioo 1 lay Bryant was the first i Freezing i us. eaouNOBEEF.$1.39!
... M.'k" II 01 LOktl_. Mo to 010.0Mannall of Port _. Raymond ,.. wii- Florida to conwlldad WEDNESDAY
... Copo of fort Lou_.'., lugonirrt 01 ..._.. Arthur L O m u llomi ot ,_. City owl governor
CawoM of ,.,_,.. JaNphV "'.._. jr ot Brodonton P.lcr.ord C. Dole. Lowronco Willing" of CorolOobloo I efforts to Improve water re
C ...bo.. of St. Pot. ....". McPorloln, of Mloml Wllllom P, Mo Potor Jonklnt. Wlnoort of Tompo.Andonon SOUTHERN ALL Cuts
OoCowioy Chain ol Oolroi Gowon Jr ol Tompo, Joooph .. Moot Wood of L.... Pork, Roy BmlthWronn sources. :
kit.' Roy Arnold Chopmon ol Sir. Ol Blrmlnghom, Ala Wood J,. 01 Miami. Mill Joyce M
III! 0. CIUPMII ol K.Y Wo t,. Wllllom ... MooKl III of Now ViM .. ol Alkony. NV, Jomoo Idword In accepting the plaque, Bryant SMOKI \< OH WHOllHAMS..49
Cork III ot Indlolonllc, ....." City Tommy Cull. Moon Ir. of Joe*. ..... ot Mloml IhoUon Monooll Vivlliol of Beef t
Hciork of.Poioiko, JoKn JotoWy _",'10. Myron Jowph Month of TompoTtamoi Mloml bid, David Volon of Mloml' said "so much of this award FRIED' CHICKEN
of CMcogo' III, Wiyno L. CoM J. MoroM ot Mloml hy Lom Paul. Young of Booth MI_.. ond eon !belongs to so many others." *
*Mv Morbor. and MiWy ot Coconut 0..... ChorkM P 0,00 Jam limarm50 N Orlando. Sides
IcMol loo Condon of Mloml Chorloi' MIKord Jr. ol Joe__"' '. Ch..... I R l* WITH I miTAILIS, HOT ROLLS AMI IUTTI
i Canny Jr. of Jocktomrillo.' loul, Minor Jr. ol It. Potortburg, Idword A ,
.o or ol Cad .""'!... Lovll C. Minor: ol Tompo Jomoo Bonnolt MllwiJr Water Dcsali nation Plans DILLS WNOLI
Em' ol Jockionvlllo. John Cootmtln ol TollohoiMO Ooorgo OM MIKholi, Quarters '
., Wlntor 14._. Horvoy Coullor ol of Mloml Booch.COgor ALL YOU
*. Irvln ...... Cowl of lofcolond, Murray Moor ol TolloholM*. I FRYERS.19
lf Cowloy ol Mloml Ooorgo Cal; T, Llndloy Man Jr. of Corol GoOttoTlwmoi Move AheadORLANDO in Floridaa I
Eof C.......'. Mobort 0) Cwinlnonom P Moron ol Moltlond. Gooro and Loin.
Of JonionvllloLM H. MHO II ol Jockoonvlllo JoNn P CAN EAT
Ookon of Wlntor Pork Mull ol Woohlngton. D.C.. Allrod Id (AP) The Florida program In Florida was In
.. Oovld Jr. of Tolllhotuo, word Nohrlng ol Ltadon, NJ, W. Gumon -
tiuol Morvln D..'. of it. "..,. NoIMn II ol Orlonoo Itonloy, Morton Nuclear and Space Commission the Keys.
Konnom L.V.'... DOM ol HI..on.J Nnmtork ot C., Moy, N J.. Doll NollNlioonbofg Served horn 4 p.m. to I p.m. QUEENS BRANDS
... __ Dooo III of JockMf ol Norm Mloml load, Jory Tuesday Instructed Its executive Desalinated water, he said
i AlpnonM D.Ib.. -O50no ol fort Low Conrad Ninon ot .North Mloml. director Robert! H. Dun- J haa. 4101 NW
iooopn A Domouro ot Pitt' John J. OBrM' of Mloml,, Ituort Ir. would reduce maintenance costsat LIGGETT DRUG STORES 7 Meats I ,
,... Ivan Moronill Dlomonaolt of wilt Od.ll ol Now York City. PoltonHorrli lap to make necessary preparations and other In. DIN ,,,.....,,. ncg tlv/. .
Md. John Cnorloo Olck ft'G.bIe. 1' Odom ol It PMoriburg, J. Pot Cape Kennedy Phana 1o1 SIS1
o, N. AcMon Dornoy of M M rick 0'10..1 of It. Potonourg AIMM for a federally financed stallations. GAINIJVILU SHOPPINO CINTIR
_.... a Mlarnl 100001 .5010.I ..... .
water program. ---- -- --
r. Dubow of Norm Mlomlc I I ..... ot Mloml, Dovid P. Pottonon Of
M .,.,_ Bontomln' Ouko of Jock Largo, John Lynwood P0... of 0.'_' The program hinges on whether ,
Jomoi Wllllom IlkMo of Noploo,, vlllo. Bornord C. Pollooo of North MlomlBooch
Form of Mloml' Booth FrMorUokioMn : ".'., N. PotranoMo ol Mloml.Bonlomln President Johnson will get his
of ltoo Mon. Mow.,, K.: Phlppo H ol Toilohonoo.NlchoiH million
.0150 I. Poll ol Ort._ Hobtrt wit, John Plurli of Now York CityPrHKlt proposed $241 development
1 oon f MiM of Tom,.. Nary I PlornoT I Morion" Pohll of Mimi, Joy from Congress.Commission .
Mtaml. Idols Owrlnaloil FMior ol I Jollroy Proio of J.".., City N.J., John money I
I WNMr510b-JaM f. 'IMII"/ o> K., *. Purcotl Jr. of ._. khord Alonodli chairman RobertR. !
UiKkion, 1Cj'llnl / ot Now Hovon Com* Thomoo J !
I. Plolchor Jr. of Oulloort,, Kordln ol ort_, KoMrt P Honlrowof Guthrie of St. Petersburg

otor.......C.ot ,Mla....tl. Botch 01 Marl Lowlt', .Molvbr L". IraN P*,,: W ol_Poloriourg.Mloml. .N.wardMsN Pronklln Dotono P-hoodl P.OOnkk ol- said the greatest need for suchO You Can Count on Us Quality Costs No More at Scars

... .
tl. OulfporN' Corov Th n< > Fr.iixTomw.
Hot> rt Kont Proilor. ol 'I....
Abronom ..m... Prood ol Mloml.rtnco .

"' Tory AMuonttr AIM Punoil Promon of of Oullporl.rjo Corolmwv I II

0"01,'Ok"DSouuuro I." O.II.Q.or SlbM of r...Jr.... ol T....Ardnrt ....- I-011 O EY

Oallagh.r 01" ,.......,., It...... SEARS1
Priced for
.... Gordnor of Now York City Shot- SelloutSAVE
.. a
n"!J.P.Oonilor eoorgo ol It ol L.Pot" Park.loudwdolo.itthool Minn.uI ..

Jorry GOIOMIM .f Moms Bioeh.Imor .
V. Oollyo of TolMo, Ohio HoeorlOmom
Just ten us how much '
0 of 9t Potorifturl Idwln M I it.. N.u.My vw Sola0
S.. tori of "Mloml.ol Mloml AIM ttvon Ootdro I I you bills toed lor to home pay I Im,4.0.00 old ::::::r. 1.Ia.o Poeoooprov.m a

..?, Oivld Ooldb.ro of Copo May.NJ .
nts. ear repairs ISSN $u.o0 $421.00 25.00 !
Lorry Oovld. Ooldotaln' ol II P.
.5,00....,. Allon lonford Gordon of BrookI. I for all your ZUOO 11.00 137.00 31.00 I
N.... ojlctiord' O. Oordon ot Pom- s.asonal exp.ns.f.Phono 331.00 10.00 10000 343' % .04
.ono Booch James ioo Cormon ol Ml.ml for prompt,
.. Mach, Alit I. Bould ot Wildwood I courttous sorvlcf.. : !T_ 5.101. 100.004 OAf fO a ....,
roit, NJ, Nothonlol' Illlolt Ooionikyohom
'"/ Now HOY... Con.. .555100 L.,_ :
G, ol Cocoo Moymond A. Orohomloooott LOANS UP. TO $600 24
A ,'.Iro W, .'.". of ... ,.> A %
rnbwrfPotrl .
.....&" Orovoo Jr. of Plrwlloo ".'101
into Prodorkk HodMy 01 Wilted Pork
'1010. Wollor ....on ol II. Poloriburg
aot P.KIWO. ) Mogin of Buihnoll, Mothu
vktlond' II.1,. of T.II...._. cioudoicluon Redecorate Now
HordM Jr. ol Lokolond OllborfKkoon SERVICE, INC. for
Mordy Jr of """no. Chorlolurroy
Horrli nl TlhJtvlllO Prodorlcktrt 1. .f Oaln.svllU
ol Mloml.Korl .

"...Vonco_.M Of.nt Port ol Joctiiorwlllo.L_.'.Lloyd Corl 204 S. E. First Street .. . . .FR 11.4&51 ,

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12 Goineivillt Sun Wednesday, November 11, 1964

Iii I March of Dimes;;:; Fashion ShowElegant @Jij ui o mEn in THE ?ninny Y YRuth

i Elegant fashions will be presented -, fects In Florida, under the I packing, ind Mrs. Mitchell!

( at the March of DimesFashion : National Foundation program. ---------
r! pubItchy. Weimer Women's Editor
Shows slated for Tues. Mrs. Fred Laughon Jr. am
I THURSDAY November 12 until Mrs. I
am. noon, JosephM.
,/ day at the Gainesville Woman's, Mrs. Carlos Hope are genera Members of Little Vomen
q Luncheon honoring Ml 1 si Lops, Mrs. Douglas E.
I Club. Showings will be at 1a.m. 0, chairmen. will serve as ushers.
Barabara Bussard, fiance of Scates, Mrs. James 1.. Cooper, Benefit Slated
; and 8 p.m. Tickets are $]. They will be assisted/ by the Decorations will be done by William R. Gilcrest of Chicago and Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr. Bridge Party '
i Proceeds will benefit the following chairmen: Mrs. Per the House of Flowers and lightIng .
1 p.m., Mrs. C. D. Gunn at the Leps home, 2210 NW
March Dimes MeGriff Jr. treasurer, Mrs. by Carlos
of ElectricCo.
program ry Hope and Mrs. E. H. Lewis at the First Avenue. Plans for a "Crazy Hat" benefit Preceding the program I project for elementary school UV
which Is designed to providecare Leon Robbins, Mrs. Winston W. Hair styles will be by Houseof
former's home in to be held entitled "That Education
Micanopy. bridge party November film They May brary. The Depart-
for children with birth deIII1IIiID Little, Mrs. Roland Bryan, Mrs. Beauty and organ music will Coffee complimenting Miss I
19, and the annual Live was shown by Mrs ment plans to assemble 50 portfolios
Walter Parrish Jr., Mrs. E. A. be presented by Gridley's. Julie Cheves, fiancee of William

SATURDAY, November 11 '
Christmas Dance slated for De- George Singleton of the Alachua of clippings, articles, publications
and Mrs. Stanley Mathis, Costumes will be from N. 10:30
Craig the Babcock : a.m.
Coffee Miss Jane
cember 4, were announced at a Medical Auxiliary. The film I and pictures on a variety ,
tickets. outstanding fashion houses until noon, Mrs. Earl May,
; Elizabeth Bingham, bride
recent meeting of the Gaines- demonstrated proper proceduresIn of subjects useful In re-
I Also Mrs. E. Alray Howard, ranging in price from 17) Mrs. Charles Outen, Mrs. Ce-
to elect of George Rotor I c h ville Junior Woman's Club. mouth to mouth resuscitation. search by elementary school l
Medtceiie Approvedgt.ctrneei. : models Mrs. Arthur Lee n.4oo. cil Love and Mrs. Francis
nn : Schildge, Middleton, N. J., 10 Chairmen for the card partyto Other activities announced at children.
:Campbell, model assignment; Myers, at the latter's home,
,EDMUND DWYER food show to be
be held at the Woman's Clubhouse the meet was I
IKorrolovuttor Mrs. Earl May, dressing models 3207 West University Avenue. Mrs. Steve Schnell reportedthat
w. u?i her.itr A... IK l-ton ,' : Mrs. Dean Ostrander, un Tea HonorsMiss Miss Bussardthe at 9:30: a.m. is Mrs. held December 1 from 2 to 4 Junior Woman's Club dental -
Informal nuptial James Wharton. Mrs. Herbert p.m. at the Gainesville Utility
pre par
Barbara Bussard, flan tea table, which skit rehearsals have started.
was appointed ty honoring Miss Grace Jones and Mrs. W. H. Kerns Department. Distribution ot
I cee of William R. Gilcrest The first performance Is slated
was and white. I
\. Send Delicious Packages Ii complimented with a tea Mon- pink Dodge and her (lance, James are co chairmen for the Christ- toys collected in the Empty for November 25 at Lake Forest ,
Mrs. Clark W.
? of FLORIDA CITRUS for day afternoon given by the Mrs. Colin C. Gunn Penningtonand and Greene, 5:30: to 7:30: p.m., mas Dance which will be held Stocking Drive for needy children School. Performances are being
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMul- at the Moose Lodge. will take place December
Women of the Grace scheduled for Alachua C o u nty
Presbyterian Mrs. Fred Neal the
presided at Rev. Fred T. Jr., 17 and 18.
Church. len, 1065 SE Eleventh Ave Laughon elementary schools and Sunland
1HMKS6MN6, I silver service. nue. pastor of the First Baptist Mrs. J. R. Ihns 932 NW 36th Training Center.

Mrs. Warner Weseman was The bride to be was presented Church, was guest speakerfor Terrace, will be hostess thurs-I _
Make your friends thankful grapeltrult-.o tending them Florida hostess for the pre nuptial with gifts of linens anda the recent meet. He discussed day when members meet for a
Navel oranges and seedless gift the whole family event at her home with HARP Chapter assemble materials
will enjoy $6.95 delivered for /z bushel, 30 lb. package. more silver casserole by the organ the spiritual Importance of workshop to .
Send order by moil or phone than 50 guests calling during ization. God In marriage. to be used In a vertical file
the afternoon. Luncheon Set I

CROSS GUARANTEED.CREEK GROVESP. I hostess In the, Miss receiving Bussard line,were and her the and The Mr.wedding Gilcrest of will Miss take Bussard place First luncheon meeting o f I Calendar Of Events I 1Pf

0. lot 101, bleed' G..... Phone 464-1410 mother, Mrs. Carl K. Bussard. Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Grace the Gainesville chapter of the.
G. H. Hugh' ) Willlemi. Owner I American Association of Retired
camellias centered Presbyterian i Church."
Persons, organized November
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Park Lane Cafeteria.The UF Education Dames, I 8 a.m., Mrs. Paige Pinnell, 325
p.m., Dr. and Mrs. C. Glen NW 21st Street. ,
WEATHER TOPCOATS I luncheon Is scheduled for Hass lit NW lIst Terrace. UF Medical Dames, 8 p.m.. '

,11:45: p.m. In the banquet room UF Pharmacy Dames, ,8 Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt, 700 I'
with the meeting at 12:30 p.m. p.m., Dr. and Mrs. C. Mok. SW 27th Street.
I FOR THE FAMILY I Anyone over 55 years of age ler, 2049 NE 16th Ttrrace.Woman's UF Arts and Sciences
lk Is eligible to become a memberof Dames, > p.m., Dr. Baughan
nl"J the national organization,I 660 NE Otis Avenue.

which provides hospitalization, Club UF Business Administration -

travel and drug discount bene- Elects NewMembers Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. I

fits.Mrs. John McFerrln, 415 NW 23rd
J. G. Smith was named Street.
president of the organization/ Gainesville DAR
; Chapter ,
Elected of the I
J. G. Smith, vice president, membershp 7:30: p.m., Mrs. Herbert A. I
r Gainesville Woman's Club Monday -
and Mrs. Harriet Skolfled secretary Meyer, 1921 NW 7th Lane. ,
I at the general meetingwere
treasurer. UF Newcomers' 8 ,
I Mrs. John D. Bristor,
Mrs. Kenneth Christiansen, p.m. NewberryRoad
I Mrs. G. Freund and
Mrs. Ernest Freeman, Mrs.
Mrs. Charles Fairbanks bosI I
::: Marlon Harshbarger, Mrs. ,
shapeupin f Donald L. Marshall Mrs. Phillip -

Loggins, Mrs. A. W. Rhyne, Gainesville Bridge Club,
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4 4'L: a _ m- P. Walden, Mrs. Harold Walker -, University City Bridge Club,
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Wednesday, November 11, 1984 Gainesville Sun 1}

Is That '

Space Noise Depend on us & -5
Civilized? to carry out your ?0

doctor's orders
The recent claim of a Sovle
astronomer that powerful radii c.

ignals emitting from the con Years of training
tellitioni Aries and Pegasw ondexperi encehove
nay be the beacons of a su '
qualified us to It
icrcivUIution Is
nothing, nor
.." :a Dr. Alex G. Smith. fill prescriptions exactly .
e s written, *-
ho Dr. Smith, IP professor 01 from fresh, potent a
sh miss and astronomic tsh(
]7d received national publicity fo drugs.
ill announcement In June that'
8einqrm. ht planet Jupiter has slowed In case of emergency, cellus

., i Is speed, heads a research pro for prompt home delivery
;. terra: "" i ilo" Tarn sponsored by the Nation. C

.,,,' for the study of
1 .t I 3722523ODI'S
; I wave frequencies

,. I According to Smith the Russian -
scientists speculation i I. Pharmacy 376.2444
I...f 1 CU ::not by any means a new Idea. 4S
t'wasa: j I "It did not originate with A
these people," he asserten
"The general Idea of Intelligen -

0.1 2 bar \1, 'signals from spare Is not new.1
R What li new here Is the Wes'
0, that these signals are artificial

because of" the nature of their LYSOL SPRAYreg.

tt .0 i The Soviet article was written .
:: : by Nikolai S. Kardshev of
Institute In Moscow, He I M.19 72ANACIN
rrrs cilt 'T: claims to have plotted a curve .
o Srroz '" representing the Ideal radio:
'.' spectrum for communication
th vci between civilisations Accord-
leg to this idea, the radio emissions
appear to be similar III
those expected from a super

S $1 0 Just do I Dr. Smith, while not discounting .
'I: s
; tax possibilities, said, 'Thl
Ask abc porch ties in with their Ideas It Is an '1.25 S rice S3e
A Mon. k Inferred conclusion reg.
and _.
ve I From a strictly .talisU cal 1
:viewpoint he added, "the Infinite -
ty Small.Motel 2 B.droo ) number of start and ,al. fresh-
\ good terms
0 couple Meal wh mole support the theory t hat ,-,,-.
1 (j men somewhere another rlvllliatlo start freshoen -
'could be In existence"The
""; property 441 F. i ;" I National Radio Astronomy aats. Start'
ave several large
s tluni
Observatory financed b y
suitable for ap nt FROM' ...
business locati nd the National Science Founda. your wholecomplnlon + 98
at offices -- ams on REAL Uon, recently conducted slm .., ,,
Ave, and dthoil I fiS Multiple lar studies on Interstellar radio clslrs a
i Unlv '
: 372 5371 Ass signals Smith said I II your oily
f A Oima research
payment J SheppardHodge I Project
nilpi prevent
1 bedroom h fr team headed by Dr Fran
excellent con at f Stoddard J Drake listened for signals from
end $8)09 ii frame no .
HUG also lot neII other planets surrounding near.
and sept by stars and obtained no pos;-
. t tree Ares 4hite Price sq live results
f", brick cola EDWA S SE 'But' ," Dr. Smith said, "thl
clous and charms / doesn't or disprove the Albums
l prove
pe panel
INCa theory, mainly because you
eparate dining r
,s ly heatxl I. i ion't know how to set the fre
. ,I 113725 909 NC 15 : _; 't I quency"
w ;r I He said the team had listened reg. $3.95 $2.37
If 376.19,1 10/1 ",
for signs of Intelligent slgnals '
on the frequency reterrela
or by scientists as "21 c.ntJ.

I ih),t1v meter line of hydmg or about Album Pages
ro 1,420 megacycles"The
0 UI main motivation far
, projects like Oima (it derive 50 eo
; it* name from the Wlsard of ORDIR
REA \ .f
oR ,: ; Oi') center around the argu

..) men! that other civilization
i' may be more advanced and U
OP HOUSE they can be contacted, they"
3 bath. Split level 4 : would be a source of advance Miss Clairol
fireplace 2700 ain, 2 bath, f# .}. t !
Cell for app f. built central heal air cond, ';'.,n scientific Information.Miiiistcrs. i.
-In kltche
over 2og
ft. of spaclot 5. Huge livcnrm. sq.
3 !R. R. J lug room, and Twe I Cream Formula
.1..; :hem lindicip05 car. Come garage by'w er 21 HOD ctock sq 4" F"ft

"""yry Sunday, Oct I 1. af 2211 ''I
" N. W. Ills Av and at omen J 0 0, To AttendU. I rcg. OOc
, er times by .,
app t.
,trra E. Unlv. OORayeite
,. ome corner if 1.25
IN 1rq' lf
0 !In GInes Of living can bxte rs,> and vat.bedrooms. I .
too at UJi ,
Y 2 bath.,
unbe Methodist
a storage
ILL' .
}: Ave. tm. flreplac Conference Bishop James
r Eacelie our fe. Itmihra, r W. Henley and II other slat Aqua Net
.37d.1234. buyers, p ministers are due to attend a

,. f Now I ,,:, national meeting of MO Methodist
USUAL Church leaders Nov. 1MJla
ft 1 bedroom borne Is 1 13 ox. size 68cBUFFERIN
'0 l to spools. Lara .. ,,0 I Chicago
1 The will formally
0'0: ;<: ,.' launch e group four year program'One ,

,).I. I Witness In One World"
4. ,'r calling for congregational selfippraisal .

1, and action projects In
( ',' o ) religious, education missionsevangelism ,
and social concerns

i Delegates from every elate 1119
MEET NORTHCENTRAL rill Include aO active bishops, 34CNow
or, strict( superlntradcnU a if
other leaders

In addition to Bishop Henley" ,
to Florida CcInf.tIII't..1 be
FLORIDA'S NUMBER ONE : represented by the \Rev. Raymond NEW FOILAlka
.. A. Alley of Ocala chairman .
o M of the Commission a 74 C
y Seltzer
:;, 4 World Serf Ire and Finance, and
'J' .
the following district supers Rctidents 98c a

't . : The Play. Joe A. Toll, De-
Land; the FUv. Me ... like*.
Gebsratliel. the Raw Jew W, DELIVERY CHARGE CENTRAL CHARCIThere's

Wailer Jacksonville: the Rev
John J. Rook, Lakeland. the
Uv Inn F c......,. MH One
bourne, the R. .. C. M. Cotton.
( aittrzuflh' Sun Miami; the Res. T. Hew rem Ncor
'crton, Orlando the Raw C.
"( Eugene West **. Petertnurghe :
.: Jtn. Fred L. Martm, II,.
::1. ; : sofa: tile 1teY. Robert C Idol.nse. :J You !

f.. ". w C I .i. TalUhaseee, UN Rev C 1RUO SFlorida
_v Xmrard McDnntlL Tampa
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West Paint Beach Pharmacy
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,.. '.,;, ,,\ \ 378-1411 "0' Howard Bishop 411 N.W. 13th St. 311.2513Odi's
1 OJ .
f .. .<." PTA To Meet
0 I.
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7. 1., ( i" .
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: s>
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.4. *...j.. "'...... Hit* School w01 base Ikelrsaoend Pharmacy

', *-. .... ';'C'IIrJi" -. ,, -- r.TA..un' TknoItontsnberll.it
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'school calet riInI.i 116 Canted Pl.ta 376-2444

i A report on the SMd of the Nest to Wins Dislei
(Vary win be pve ky Mr.lUr '
lid Denmark '

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)4 Gainesville Sun Wedneiday,November 11, 1964
elation $1 for $2 students Act
gave every

I J 1 'Dollars for Scholars' Drive Nets Record $21,000 toward raised obtaining to offer one the,target Incentive Caught DENVER Colo. (AP)-Wh

does the librarian of Congre
University of Florida studenU 1 1t ing effort of any kind ever heldon Alpha Delta PI sorority pro- dent Affairs Lester Hale later diverse as they were successful -the Plaza of the Americas during amountThe read when he Isn't working!
I turned over a record breaking this campus," reported Bill duced the largest contributionfrom this month. class breaks. largest total raised in Dr. Lawrence Quincy Mu
t $21.000 to the itudent loan McBride Jr., chairman of the student sources($804)) and One stunt that caused Flor- previous years in the "DollarsFor ford, In Denver for a speec
: fund after six month of planning drive and a University sop ho- Other winners and their divIsions Coeds In Mallory Hall stageda ida football coach Ray Graves Scholars" drive was $9,000 was perusing Perry Mason I
of was awarded the Dean R. C. were: Hume Hall, men's "The Case of the Ice Co
and seven days concentrated more. "quarter for a quarterback"raffle some distress was, the abduction -several years ago.
"Dollars for Schol- The funds will be matched on Beaty Dollars for Scholars residence halls; Jennings Hall, for a date with Gator of his star quarterback, Hands" when a reporter a,
ars" fund raising this week. I la nine-to-one ratio by the fed- Trophy. An added treat for the women's residence halls, and quarterback Tom Shannon.Fraternity Steve Spurrier, by a ban d of Some 5,000 students have proached.him Monday for a
The sum was(6,000 above the eral government to yield I approximately sorority will be a dinner served Sigma Alpha Epsilon, men's pledges were sold as coeds from Jennings Han. The been aided through the Univer- Interview.At
projected goal for the drive. $210,000 for student by University President I J. fraternities. slaves for a day and studentsin 1100 ransom was quickly paid. sity program,since "DollarsFor I home, Mumford said, h
"It's been the best fund rais loans. Wayne Reitz- and Dean .of Stu-. Fund raising methods_were as beggar clothing solicitied In The University Athletic Asso.. Scholars" began In 1959._. generally.reads heavier stuff
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: Victory i_ frA Pettee Off Gator TeamVeteran


Of All To Remain in. SchoolBy

Larry Dupree has done a lot of things on the football Sun Sports EditorA s !

field "4or the University of Florida. So much to that he'll story of unlimited football brilliance of two seasons age
rank with the finest the Gators have had. p
players ever came to a dismal end Tuesday when veteran linebacker Rogei
But I doubt, If any of the 1964 VF team captain's feats Pettee of Bradenton was dismissed from the. Florida football
In uniform the past three seasons win benefit the Universityas squad
4 'd
much as what he did Tuesday night Coach Ray Graves, in keeping with previous action of this
The country boy from Macctenny got up ta front of the type, said the dismissal was for Wednendey, November i 1, 1964
Gainesville Quarterback Club, behind a microphone, and gave "disciplinary reasons" and did I fourth game (Alabama) of the
a talk. It was purely wonderful, no less. not elaborate further. season he played little.
Ha made, 'em laugh He made the blase Quarterbackers
Pettee, In a statement of his I
think. He made them admirers Most of all, I think, he made This year, a virus slowed Pet-
own, said he resigned for personal tea at the start of the
the oear-200 business. civic, political and education leaders
who the organization whole lot of the reasons, would remain !in I he lost weight down to about
a prouder
school finish his education and I .
212 pounds and had
University of Florida. never regained
hoped to play football after TornadoesF
."You caa take the boy out .f the country but you can'ttake graduation. pro the form he showed asa
the country out of the boy" Larry said that at the z sophomore He was one of five
beginning of hit talk. When h. had flubbed the only thing Great A. SophomoreTwo linebackers being used by UF
"country" was the Macclenny-type drawl The remarks 0 that seasons ago, as a sophomore coaches, along with Jack Card
cam Mt were polished, pertinent and delivered with the Pettee's play 'was .o, Jim Bernhardt Ron Purcell and Hard
confidence of a young man fully at ease with Us elders. outstanding that he was tabbed I Steve Heldt. Card and Heldt are
Dupree was on the program because scheduled speaker Bonnie a "can't miss" all conference o injured leaving only Bernhardland
from B team to
times up varsity player with a great pro future Pursrll. Graves has mow

due to his size 6-4 and 225 1 ed up Billy Joe James and Ito b I Starke's Tornadoes worked end Louis Feast both were

Ford's pounds. As a Junior he Injuredan McCUllough from the B team to I on both offense and defense In banged up>> In last week's bet
Surgery ankle severely and from the fill In, a scrimmage Tuesday, busily to Mnrclenny and definitely

preparing for Friday nigh t' s will not see action. Kersey U
r' Important battle with Lake out for the season but FeaglaIs

Said Successful 1'111811 Eyes City. I expected back the following
Both teams are undefeated week
s and /the winner could very possibly Rill Westmoreland will move
HOUSTON (AP) -"I pitchedthe Record For represent tills region In Into a starting guard spot, and(
first of the Series; the Class A state playoffs. I guard Steve Trulock will takeover
Gibbs famed football official, had a death In the family Biebel's 639 the ball player game whispered, "and Most Passes Coach David tune! said star Kersey's.vacated tile k: I I.
and could not appear. I knew linebacker Jeff Warren Is In. jositlon, Larry Martin will take
"I was at home Just ready to sit down to a big plateof something was seriouslywrong. tine h o. p It il I with whstln fsagle's place at end
grits when Mr. Jennings (program chairman John Jen- Best Series NEW YORK (AP) Tulsa i c. Ihouiiht to be the flu The Rebels went through aa
nings) called me," Larry said "and asked me to come out 41 had had troubles with my and 117 other major college Bub Reaves alto has an InJured !offensive scrimmage Tuesday
'and talk. I was so shook that I almost lost my appetite"That Biebel 1 arm off and on for years football teams go after two knee and Dim Falcon Is and Coach Charlie Roberts

&. got a roar and only whet the Quarterbackers' appetite Barry Oil led of the Womble'aStandard Commercial pulled tendons and so on. records Saturdayone through hampered by a bruised )leg. singled out the running of half-
tor what was to come. "But this was different 1 J the air, the other through the The Tornadoes will continue hacks Russell Taylor and
Palm Lanes with
\ League at couldn't pitch at all My arm uprights. hard work today on both defense Layne Rooks and fullback Mae
Three Biggest ThrillsLarry a 221204214439 series. Huey would cramp." He pointed to I Crawford.
Beard of Woodrow' Men Store Tuba, which already! has a and defense
had best his left forearm lying on the prolific record.breaker In I Santa Fa will be without the P.K. Yonge worked on b o t k
outlined his three big thrills in his career. a 225 single hospital bed. "I would lose all Jerry Rhome needs quarterback servk.es of two starting linemen ,offense and defense, paw pro.
"As you know, my wife and I loot a baby last year Just Jim Douglas Chevrolet rolled the strength In my arm." only 21> yards o Friday night when It ectlnn: and basic fundamentals
before the I didn't know what I 1048 1029-975( 3052 while Ford have passing against in
Georgia game was going Whitey doesn't to North Texas State ROGER FET FEE meets powerful Lake Duller Its Tueiday workout.
to do. Coach Graves to and said, It doesn't United Liquors had a 1061 best Saturday to Coach Mike Gutlrrrrs
came me 'Larry, worry now. The future's bright. Tackle Charles Kersey and reports
surpass Its own dropped from UF aged _
season record of .
matter If you don't play tomorrow against Georgia. It doesn't game. His doctor says he'll be ready to 2,441 the squad In good physical con
matter," you dca't play the rest of the season. The only Jack Tomlinson of Carlos pitch again by spring trainingThe yards to set last year, according Although moat of the conjecture their finest practice of the season dltlun with no serious Injuriesand
thing I want Is for JOB and .your wits to be happy.1* I Hope Electric topped the Sunday doctors the Yankee pitcher Athletic National Collegiate' Is pure speculation, Gator Tuesday only several I colds.
Larry continued: Mixed loop with 191-154- saw in New York knew there Bureau figures released followers close to the scene Halfback Jack Harper has returned Friday night's battle with
"You can't !imagine what that meant to me. Thats whyI 213 560. Bill Holmes, Car was some obstruction of the artery today. believe the dismissal grew out to drills and should be Green Cove Springs will IPKY'
think the world of Coach Graves why the team has so os Hope had M4 and George which carries blood over the I At the same time, Tulsa may of the ",tlltud.* displayed by running at full speed by the end first annual alumni l i l
much respect for him. He's a real gentleman. Cappe rolled 518. Betty Olson, shoulder' and down toward the Join with the other 117 major the senior lineman In recent of the week.Halfback game, A section: will be reaerv
"Then there was the Georgia game I played but I dldnt Central Florida Tile fc Marble, hand I teams In trying to establish a weeks Alan Poe, whose ed for former players, and they
do'much for the team: But what the team did for me is led the women with 493 and Esther They sent him to one of the,new high for number of field Pctlee'l dismissal ends t h e father' died Sunday as a result will be recognized at halftime

more than I can ever express. After the game was over, Van Leer Kirkpatrick A world's best.known artery surgeons .! goals kicked In one season The tale that started when he signed of Injuries suffered In an auto Or Defense
when,they picked me up and carried me on their shoulders, Plerson had 461. Dr, Denton Cooley ,a schools need 27 to equal last originally with Florida S t a te, accident, la expected back by Lincoln labored almost .,.r.
gave me the game ball well ." Here, Larry trailed off, Carlos Hope Electric rolled a professor of at Baylor year's record 1H. They have claimed he wanted to play for the end of the week. tenslvsly on defense Tueiday InIn
shook his head in wonderment. Everyone understood. There 2230 series and an 122 best University College surgery of Medicine. booted at least 30 each Saturday the UF Instead; the Galon Virtually all the Gators' Injured effort to stop a big Orlando
are things beyond adequate description and feeling game. Splits were made by the this season signed Bill Burroughs of St. players should be ready for Jonea Team Sslurday nlghL
Joyce Nachtrieb. 4-10. Mary In sn operation Monday En route to Its Pete, he claimed he wanted to 1 FSU on Nov. 21. lone exception Coach Jesse Heard said half
r"A Special; Closeness Mulllnax, 5-7j and George Cappa doctors the cut muscular the nerves coat of which the has amassed 22JO record yards Tulsa- play for FbU, so the srhoiili I \ appears to he Cardr whose barks: John Washington and
supply passIng
4-7-1. were persuaded to trade the I knee Injury Is a severe one Kenneth Galloway: both arth'thtyqd
"And being captain of this 1964 Gator football team. That's Phyllis Wright paced the Roy artery that was disturbing cir than, more than 400 yards better two grldders.Ironically The Gatea ,1UtCUJJ'nulI.dtlQ/t i / } with Injuries and pro.bii
/ .
'the greatest thing of an. To think that these other fellows si Poultry loop with 175 1U- culation. second-place Iowa. Burroughs quit atFSU : this week, pcrhopj taking Saturday .iy wont ...* action this I
look up to me, respect me, listen to what 1 say, you don't 159-422. Liz Elleman had 521 Those nerves had been causing The Hurricanes aloe hive two actions ago off or having only a tight week
know how wonderful that Is. and Norma Westman 505. the artery to constrict and built up an unsurmountable lead Ffoel'rac'.IC'. melon that day. Graves likely The Terriers will mix it up
"1"1 tell you something. This Gator football team Is close, Nonle Crom had a 191 best produce spaims. In total offense with 3.321 yards Meanwhile, the Gator, shak will Institute closed .. today with both offense and do
a special doteneis. We're like a finally .( brothers. I think game. Their average of 475.yards per Jig off the loss to Georgia last next week for the .slon'l.tense and also work on kkk
perhaps this Is else .f the things that affected u last Saturday Chicks rolled a 1402 series anda Greek Grid tame Is ahead of Notre Dame.I Saturday, ripped through one of 'am. In,.
against Georgia although I doa'l mean It as any sort .fexcise. 506 top game. Splits were Slated -
But whoa Alas Poe came back, we could sea how made by Bertie Redden 5-7-10.;
grlef-strkkea he was over his father and we knew how close Nonie Crom 5-74;. and Florence All Star Greek Intramural'' ;3 DAYS ONLY!

be and Us dad were. It bad I* have some kind of effect Bedell 57. football players from Florl d sand
.. ..." (Editor's notes Pot's father died Sunday night' of Steve Reuthlnger 1 o f Gainesville Florida Slate will battle at
Injuries received! It' days ago la aa aalomobir* accident.) Shopping Center had 1S2- I p.m. Saturday preceding the I .
Til ted you one thing This Gator football team has a 1(9-211-582 In the Industrial i l Florida Auburn freshman grid
lot of heart.. We're" going to come back from that loss to League Tuesday night. Whitney tame. I
Georgia." Seifert of Gainesville Sun roiled The Greek contest will be on ar

S66 and Jack Thompson, Cannon the campus trick, and admission
UJll Try If Pros Ask Insurance had 551. will be a 25 cents donation
Shopping Center posted 9M-I to Dollars for Scholars. I,

Dupree had a question-and-answer period,too 06J-991-3M1! : with I the 1062 The rivalry between Florida I J "
He told the Quarterbackers that Alabama's line was the best game. John Benyo All i and FSU should make the content I, Safely Highway Nylon r f
toughest. "They're not big, but they sure are mean. And It's state Insurance had a 211 top I a fitting followup to Fall .
not just one of"them hitting you Its a whole gang of game. Ken Kent. Piggie Park I Frolics which will be held Friday I Guaranteed Against All Failures \ ." 1
them every time. Restaurant made the 4-S split night. 'r
Asked abort pro folbalL "If they ...'! kink/ : Fm toe small for Treed u,. Plus a 21-Month

and someone gives me a chance, HI try. I hate the though more compliments like that" II Guaronttt on Wear Out r
of saving to atop playing football after ftis year." It brought down the house.
One Quarterbacker wanted to know what Larry would have i1.Lt
done If fellow townsman Marcus Rhodesia two long runs had lf a Rigger Game I 6.70 x 15 Tube 9
beaten the Caters this year when Florida played MississippiState.
that there Is I bigger game Blockwoll
It also brought the realization Type Pies Tn
"We'd hive hanged him. There are more Florida rooters being played at the University of Florida. Wt sO want to win end old Tire
In Macclenny than Mississippi State fans" football games sure But the other game Is more Important r"v
Asked bow he liked playing halfback;, be said, "I told the What the UlvenHy of FUrlda sat dose for Larry Dupree, T.10.15 ,."-f,.. .......It . 1144.. '
7JOr.ll f..f, OI..t... . 15 44e
eoacbes I coalda't ran from aaywkrre bat fallback. Bit this hi tar year earn shining through I. brightest colon Taead.y.might 50.ll T....... SI.<.... . II....
.year, I *.'! knew. Those Bncbackrrs Just dart eeeas to he at tilt Gainesville (;elf and Country Club. It shewed as 7.JO.14 Ti...... Sl..b. ft 15 44.
able to find me so "10,. ft* sew I like running fromkaUbaek. bin poise, Ms talk, bin quick wit 70i1f T.k..lM llwk..H 1J'"'
',00.,. To...lw lltxkmN as 44.
You see tomorrow society couldn't care less about LarryDupree's '....1' ,...... .!.<..... 55 64'
Another Quarterbacker got up and told Larry that the club football accomplishments. But society will grab and 10.14. f...W. a>..k. N n...
stands 100 per cent behind the Caters, that be is a fine needs all the leadership traits It can find.They' ,*0." f....... 'l..h.lI. 1744' +
young mss one of the best at the UF etc. baa Pin* Tee aid O4 Ti.WHITtwAltl.
made a leader of Larry Dupree. That always ONLY 12 MOil Ml fill
Larry, with a grin after tile applause subsided said "Any .to be the finest! victory. _'.

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HOUSTON Tet (A?) Bob FRIDAY ALACHUA :ci1 AM. M* All f..i'1J -
Turley, baseball's outstanding ..... ,... 6... T.. I ,J4. "WIICOMI NOMI ALUMNI 2 .. .U';sasses.ru aa4 Taro OI..a5rsa serer !E |}.M.Mk WM On
will the 5 lqr MUTTATI r. to w. .... .. s N
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pitcher Houston Colts next sprint ta aa SCI THE HORNETS TAKI ON THE TIGERS 0' LIVE OAK j Sg?i !I.::; ;. l.inilm-I. sees I li 9 w.f-fc*".':.1 i W,:!=,rhii *. fie Uf.I ,....
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noble addition ta cor pitching H. ,.Time Stow f lead' --c.
ft.rt.- pouf Richards.,Colt general 0) H...... Ins Gymn.*i.M Alumni
for Sw4t. sod
said .. eIlC. nmlfIImJmgmIIr fiirj; rmmmlltt Black 9.50SEARS
manager, ... fi..-.re 4i.nri e14 Friends ill Gyms After Geese ,
Last weans Turley was pitck- to riM T.. >) OU Tlf.
bog coach for the Bodes Red Adults $1.25 Students 60C Whop at Sears and Bay
Sox. Most of his career was Letda/.. C..reremg K s-it M..H STORE HOUIS
spent with the Baltimore Orioles C..c..;.. Stead end Ticket fowl Opens at 7 P.M. 4. y- ... n1-144. Ta, W.... ,..... .... Arne. ,...
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-{16 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, November 11, liw:

I Auburn PreparesFor

{ 'Dog Runners -


By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESf<< M concentrated on defense In

Auburn worked on defense reparation for Mississippi.

against Georgia' ground gam "We've got to do everything
and also on past offense. "We re can to offset Mississippi's
know Georgia controls the bal tory explosive offense" Dickey

with a flawless and powerfu :aid. "The, have the kind of stark .
ground game" Coach Ralpl that can score a lot of BRAND

Jordan laid "We must get oui mints on you In a hurry."

defense ready to stop their re Alabama Coach Paul Bryant
b A r d leafless attack" I tamed the 17 senior members of

,M. Georgia Coach Vine Dooley the team as captains for the

named tackle! Jim Wilson, fullback Georgia Tech game. End Tommy -

Frank Lankewicz and halfback I Tolleson was In the university
Doug McFalli as trl-cap- : Infirmary with Influenza and I TIRES

talni for the Auburn game He guard Wayne Freeman was un-
aald all played their best game i able to work at full speed because

against Florida last week. of a sore wisdom tooth. '
Coach Doug Dickey of Tennes- Louisiana State held a short I FROM TIRE CITY

practice devoted to offensive
and defensive THC HAND AND
preparations for YOU NAME
Tensi Still Mississippi State.Mississippi CHANCES AM Wl SELL IT FOR

State held what LESSt PRICES AS LOW AS...
State's Best Coach Paul Davis called a "real
good practice drill." The work

out was devoted to team offense

CoachDave I On Offense and team defense. "LSU has a { .tf'.TI SM
Young Cage fine pair of quarterbacks In Pat 95
Screen and Billy Ezell, Davis
Detroit Pistons basketball
DeBusscliere! 2-1. new coach of the professional! !
Tenil Florida State
said. "Wa must be able to
play with Don Wattrlch, left, Pistons'! official It must! have stop
team, diagrams a
maintained hit lead In ov- their passing If we hope to standa
worked. Detroit snapped A losing! streak Tuesday night. erall total offense the "
CAP. Wi......... t. Kit km) among chance of winning 1AMDNDD
tate'i football players this I Tulane worked hard on Its

week. kicking and offensive game In

The lead shifted broadly in preparation for Vanderbilt
Pistons GetVictory Claassen Selects other( categories. Mississippi spent a lot of time 670.15'

Tend built up Ma lead Saturday polishing offense for the Tennessee BLACK TUBE
although FSU tied Houston game The Rebels also
'For TYPE'
J-13. He completed 13 of 22 devoted some time to their kickIng COMPLETE FRONT
Irish Tide LSU passes for 149 yards giving him I game and worked on defense
New CoachBy a total offense of 1,304 yards In against a B team using Tennessee END DEPARTMENTS!

14 plays, Including 11 touchdowns plays.
By HAROLD CLAASSEN Iowa aerial circus Isn't quite Kentucky Coach Charlie Brad- RELINED BATTERIES ASORBUS ALIGNMENT, BALANCE
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSTo Aisoclated Press Sports Writer enough. Stan Kemp's punting: Tampa's Val Johnson Is second shaw sent his squad through a '' .. '
Dave DeBusschere a NEW YORK (AP-Thls) Is and Bob Timberlake play calling -' with .48 yards In 1M plays, lengthy drill with emphasis on arrests ,:,.a I t=::'i:: J ....:E:::.... I 4=S M .wx12.95

third,year player In the National Veterans' Day, a day college to decide. Including six touchdowns.Miami' shoring up a leaky pass defense. *5.95 6.50 '1:50:
Vanderbilt devoted much of its $7'9'5
Basketball Association: the football coaches enjoy because Texas over Texas Christian: Bob Biletnikoff surged
into third In total offense drill to pass defense. ..... knMMiM
disturbs place -
buzzer ending Tuesday night's here Is nothing that The Longhorns' offense la backin
Detroit Pistons-Baltimore Bullets them more than relying on g ar. ahead of Florida's Steve UF Game Film ,EASY TC TERMS-KO MOSEY DOWN1S30IHQ00!
In Nebraska Oklahoma Spurrier. Biletnikoff now has 111
had a very special sophomores a gridIron over Just Charge Tel
game S.y
battle. State: The nation's longest winning yards In 202 plays to ease past Showing Set OPEN
ring.It From the number of upsets streak major "cot Spurrier's 777 yards In 137 playsBob's .
was DeBusschere's first Play by action of the >< A.M.t0 .
big brother, FLU flank. play
that last weekend Is stretched without
to IS
prevailed legs
game as coach of the Pistons, there must have been numerous much trouble. er-back Fred Biletnikoff had to Georgia Florida football game [[ !
who ended a six'game losing watch the Houston proceedings will be presented on film Thurs ,y
In action. How else Louisiana State over MissisIppl
sophomores -
streak with a llt-117 victory from the sidelines Saturday with day night at I o'clock In Me M
can explain such tosses as State: Pat Screens pinpoint
over the Bullets In the'opener of you a painful Charley horse but his Carty Auditorium on the University
Ohio State and Georgia Tech? passing too much for Mississippi
an NBA doubleheader at Phila- pass receiving lead was not en- of Florida campus. 405 N.W. 13th Street
Those two results were among Slate.Piersall. .
delphia's Convention Hall. dangered.The Sponsored by University'sAlachua
the 15 wrong guesses made a County Alumni Club I .
San Francisco toppled Philadelphia figures, compiled by Elgin Phone FR 2.5030
110-W In the second week ago, dropping the seasonal Best'Comeback' White of Tallahassee, show the the color dims will i 1 be narrated .
percentage to .'99. senior Biletnikoff with lOt yardsIn by Ed Kensler. Qato r
game Relying strictly on the veterans 41 receptions, good for eight offensive line coach. There Is
In the only other game here are this week's selections touchdowns. His nearest competitor no admission charge forth e
the Lakers staved off a \
played film .
: Florida end Charles Casey showingSHELLEY'S
and downed By DICK BIESER __ _
Mew York rally u -- ------- ----- ---- --
late Notre Dame over Michigan amassed In 34
I AiMclaled: Press Writer yards receptions
Los Angeles
Knlcks 108-101 in
:the State This Is the that
: year FSU's Don Floyd moved
Notre Dame breaks the Jinx Jubilant Jimmy Piersall calledIt Into third place with 401 yards In
DeBusschere., starting for. that Duffy Daugherty teams
21 catches.
"my biggest thrill In baselall" "Patronize The Sponsoring Merchants"FRIDAY
ward on the Pistons helped his have held over the Irish the past Seminole halfback Phil Spooner THE
own cause with 28 points. eight)ears. The Huarte-to-Snow upon learning that he'dbeen continues to lead in rushing Home of The EVENING NOVEMBER 13, 1964PraktMt

DeBusschere replaced Charley lasslng combination proves too I chosen the AmericanLeague's with 401 yards in 102 carries for OriginalItalian wiMMn, 4 rant '...... .-. k low rnMMt Wlmrt a Icina. ,,.._. Lees t scan

Wolf as Piston coach Tuesday much for the Big Ten team. the Year for Comeback 1964."This Player of a 31 average, including. five Sandwich teas C.II... .....M Miami. I IN..) ....M..II H.will ................11 ..lIu... ?,?..?... 6.:
'Alabama over Georgia Tech: touchdowns. Tampa's Jim Underhill SATURDAY, NOVEMBER M,, 1964

Alabama already has clinched I has to be" a turning Is In second place with Try Our A.... ?..?.?>.._IT H.td.l. .... ......... t Hilltd.l.. ,......,.,....20 Cml. McU! ... ?14
Norton Leads the Southeastern Conference, point In my career, said the 34- 290 yards in 65 carries. FSU's PIZZAS: Alabama ........,...,.10 Gasses Tack ....... T I H.htr. .....,.....?.20 Kri! .. ft A<.d.. _? 6
I vear-otd outfielder. Lee -Narramor and Florida's Albrl.hf ......._.27 WII.H ................ 6 Hate Crew ...........1. tedea U. ............. 6c
championship and Is a virtual He was picked In the annual hi'and A.uk.e ...t'1..20 S. C.s.Hart St. 12d.Ae Stile _......20 Calif. .ty'tSLOI) 6A.nk.ne

SEC Offense i iI shoo-In Ohio for State the Sugar over Bowl North-bid. Associated Press poll of base- and Larry neck Dupree for third are running place. neck Low.nbrau On Tap A.d.nas' ::::::::..:.27:.20 Ahea Wllllaw.e' .....:::::,': : :::..:,,.I-;.17.14 WC.sis tibial. Ss. t:::,::::

jail writers Results of the voting : Tensi remains far ahead In Arplachi.w Sr. .11 4i Hsry 6 Iwdia.a .,.. 14 .. ., ..ISAf.sa
western The Ten Wildcatswill O..e.w
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (lAP) : Big by 77 writers were an- forward passing with 1311 yardsIn FREE DELIVERY Seat. ..=:20 :':.j' Stet. ..:::.14 to a Seas. ::::::::::.14 K.nua si ;' .. .. 7
Rick Nor have to pay the penalty for nounced Tuesday 17 In 157 PH. Fit .5511 ArI.... ................1. Tes, we ,. .... 6 Jeh" Camll ..........20 Otis HM..s ...... 6
Kentucky quarterback what Penn State did to Ohio completions attempts 119 W. Vat. Arh...... SI. ........20 La"... Tech .__..1. K..... .. .....,....?14 c........ .............. 1
ton has nudged past Ole Miss' Slate last Saturday. The Buckeye Plenall was named on 20 bal-good for a II per cent showing 1601 N.W. h'. Ave.Arks.wa .............21 S. M.ehadlst, ....., 6 La..Ie .....?.....20 C.sadia. Tsh.a. 6Alesaa
Jim Weatherly to take the leadIn attack held to five first lots\one more than veteran first He has thrown 11 TD passes St.... _.20 TI.Ny IT..I ....14 Leuilaa., 51.1. ...1. MI", 5..,. ........... 7
total offense In the Southeastern baseman Bill Skowron. ,Johnson Is next In line with 71 A,.,, _.._....._..10 Ilttshereh ..... .._. 1 Mseh..ar : _.20 Indiana e."tI.1 _. 6
Conference. downs In the humiliating defeat, "I always knew I was a bl,. completions In 151 attempts, i SEE THE AreweM =:I..::.20 ;::A Pak 6 Manhall :::::.. :::.20 Kaws '. ''''?::
of has been overhauled 'good AuHs Psar .26 ,,., Taeh ::.11 Maryo.d ., .17 Cleewa ..:.:::: -
com- (Of
Norton has 1,010 yards league player, Piersall said In for yards and a 90 per taldwts-W.II.e. 20i.dtar' 14 M.aweiwwea
bined offense, with his entire ne Arkansas over Southern Meth- an interview "I think I had the cent showing TIGER 1 IN THE earl, ? -r ? ..?le K.wse.kr"::::"... ::':::.11 M.shis Se.N":":::1 New lsi.dll.HamWhirs.. '....:: :
coming via passes He has lost dint: The Razorbacks need a worst feeling of life when I Miami's Biletnikoff eased pastFlorida's aluHaa ?., .. ?.14 G..d. Rapid, Miar.lOh i Dayts ,
148 yards rushing, but picked up, victory here to get the Cotton the M,ts released my last Spurrier fur third CAGE a i.wNwe, Gres, ::, :,21 Ohi. .......:.::--II: Mche.s ,,.....:N 1,,,, -:::-):
through the air. Bowl bid.Oregon. me year.That's I place with II completions In 108 ......Ie, .... ........20 1.111. ...... ...1. '4i.,1, ........ 7 T.""...,I.O'. ... .
1,151 about as low as you can THE HEW 1965 irlfAaw, Y.relf ?..20 Wsan Michiees U M..rI V.II.y I. Wnh.n J..II ,11twkMll
Weatherly has 111 rushing and I State over Stanford: IOIIptl be released by the :tosses! for tot yards, giving him ........._.41 L....,,, ..._.. ........ 0 M...:,... S.... ....20 W.k.. Stet. .... .
114 passing for 1,005 yards Steve Clark's kicking gives the Mets '20 yards more than Spurrier. I PONTIAC .uH.I. -..............1. C.).... _.._..,.....11 M."tcl.l Sties ...,14 Ci.tlewd s.te .?,11
Norton's total gives him theleaille' Beavers a slight edge. Spurrier kept his lead In punting C.tefesia .... .. ...21 U'.II... ....... .. .. .20 Muh""k.,1.. r.kNi b M.'. ..11Caaeal
passing leadership. He! Michigan over Iowa: That "The best break I got was averaging 40.3 yards per ...,. ..,.......27 OsarbBs ......? .....11 ...... Ofti. W I.r.. 6
.. when Bill Rigney and Fred Han- c..N...,... t.1I M..iII. .... 7 N bk. ,21 Okok w. Sae. 7Ca.wb.
has completed 11 of 162 those I ey (manager and general manager kick with 1453 yards In 38 kicks. HOW .. Gri.d ....-.. ... -.... Newb.ry :.::::::,20 Wweas C.r.llne 11
SO cent. Kevin Hurt- Is second ; ;; :: : N.w Mule. S. ..le ,. II
for an even per of the Los Tampa's C..f. C..wwfkrf ,ids. ., ,, Wnt T.s J'
Angeles Angels!) "'
Weatherly has a better pas Service Team with 180 yards In 47 kicks, good SHOWING c....: WAlweaw 20 :.cifL.raa 7 =:: := J = :. fAT
Ing average S31 per cent bu 1 gave me the opportunity to for a 31.4 average. ....... ...14 H..S,..,.." ::: .. : .1
In Bowl Game Chwnawseat.e N. I. M_" 9.. le c.-.I M.. Ste. 0
that I
his total la less prove could still play in FLU'. Biletnikoff, though Inactive _....20 toward. IAIa.) .11 .
yardage .11
N.Ah lew.
w I 11Ii..17 St. G.
Norton's teammate, Rodgei. ORLANDO (AP) The Ft the big leagues"Piersall this week, kept his scoring TROPICAL Ciai.waH C..W. ..'...".... .1..10 WkhNa Pe".I.. ......-........".a. 6 7 N.... 0.".. ........20 MI....,ew S,... ....I.
Bird, Is the SEC rushing leader,, Eustis, Va., Army football team with 14 yean In the lead with a 50 point total and C.w.whce .. .1. ....... Islawd ._..., 7 0h1. ke .......21 N..Mwears .... 6Cs.n
SI has accepted an Invitation tc majors batted .314 in 17 games his Lea Murdock .le .., Ololeh_ ..,..10 Mn- ......A..' 1
averaging yards per earn I team mate. -il :.
o.yssat .... Se..1 ... ..
for the Los this C. W. Ise .. :.20 ; : ?
on 100 attempts. play In the fifth annual Missile Angeles club who scores all his points with his D.bw.n 6 L.w ft.e. .. Nsdaw .. 7
Floridas lonesome end, Bowl Football game here Dec. S year He was unconditionally foot kicked two field goals and 110 NW 'th AVI D..n...... >ha .l. La''''''' ..... ... .... ,.1..._ :::: :.: )O Y... ... .::::= 1
.:o s. ,...r. 6 ,..04... .. ,... .... ,,...._ .. .11D
Charles Casey, heads the list o r The other team, one from ther released by the Angela on Sept. an extra point against Houstonto O.winw .14 .. .. .. "" ..... ..
receivers! grabbing 34 passes fo armed forces, has yet to be selected. 17, 1963, and re.aigned by them take over second place with :35 ,.. :..:: :.::ii likes K..rs N..ktws : --: : :'ic,.II"..;...i;;::::: Wake T.rs A./.w i M.'...::1:

482 yards, a 14.2 yard aversg e after a spring training trial pointsHURRYHURRYHURRY. LISTEN TO THE nak. .1: ;: Abil.w. 4hi.Haw11: S.. las". :-........! y..... ..l..I
and four touchdowns Joe Holbenttin D..,el T h .. *o ....... MaryMa4 al.tt L.,, i.M 'rue, T
D -
... .. : rv'-s.i: ;
the talented toe ofAlabama' 17 Man ..,14 : N, W. M5 ..rl Se. 11Vltimi.
In scoring, AND lot C .NM ..14Mtekiva '-......... 7 S*...... ,...........1. TMk <
David Ray puts him Ie ,, 20 A.hbnd .. ... .II T.IM CkrlMi.? 0
at the front of the class He has Nit Niistn T.' *. teas 14 MM Mm.Sr.' Mlrw :7-:2: : ::: ::: f V< .,. ,......_ T
scored one touchdown, kicked 11 SHOW ..... .. 11 of 13 field goal attempts and :lw A. M. ,14 .J : VIII.IM :::::: T
made good on II of 20 tries for FOR THE LATEST 'eased.saes. .17 N..ebrM-Clia.sxk.Me ,. v. M.W..1.. ........?..10 WraWi.SuRIi.w.. .. TTt.
the point after for 51 points. He IN SPORTS **.,. St... :IT UH.. .< Pa.IN; :: 6 WAl.ee.w Se ... TKk .. 11UCLA
leads the nation In scoring by SSSPM-MolI.thrufrl. : ". .. 14 Arbrs ,11 :.::::,10le ......: TWlHI
::;ih.a )n uai.wNYa Wad .ViIt...;. 20 ,m b M.,y <
kicking DIAL 1230WGGG N.- .. 'n W0..iwe _... ....10 Air r_. Acadwry T
In team statistics, Alabama'sground Nand '. .10':... "" 1 X. game has put it atop the FRE .DAY.
total offense and rushing statistics NOVEMBER IS, 1964

The Tide averaged 3151 yardspel' Sponsored Iy The ,,11/_ ....It MIto_.) ..........IT I IM At..M ...17 CkMH .....16
In beating all eight "., Sudden Service e.......... ., _....n 0-t .. U I Now Tark 8son 24 St ..... ? .21
game -. Oil C.. Boa", ........ .21 Iuud.Ipe21. I ,.....- _....20 Peoe5eh. _. .17
of ita foes. An average of 185 8 and ......" .., ........20 Se" ,....... -10

of those yards came on the I TURKEY A DAY! C.U.,. Life Insurance AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

ground. Of Amerka luH. ......?......11 t.M.w M...,?......J7 I 0.....4. ..?........1. "_ .. '10.,. J1
Kentucky heads the list In New TeoJ 21 Dw.a. 24 I 0.. O.. 24 k.w.s i Or .. J
passing offense with 1511 yards
per game, Auburn Is the total) THE Now It The Tim. Whether At
N. Of
defense leader allowing only NMMUTT
157.T yards to eight opponents ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILS Thirsty T o Phone Th. Stodium or EVERYTHING-'
Pass defense leader Florida At Homt Watching'

has given Its foes only U yards Gator FR 2.3383 The Game on TV MY YOU

per contest while Auburn has Mob Sure it's RCt tiY NEED
allowed only JJ.I on the ground. WINNERS Far Your Fuel Oil 'H

7 W. UsUR Needs--Tank ee

Wood to PlayNEW W. $.U ......"! ReattedBeildNy.l..
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YORK (AP) VeteranY Fail Oil DeaUn"DAVIS C
A. TlUle will continue to bold PH.Gel..m. .
down the quarterback spot for .
the New York Giants but
'...tIte HtI',
Allle Sherman Indicates rookie
Gary Wood may find himself to lefof* ..4 After McCOYBUILDING
often than to
the Uae-up mere
TVe W sore! .
the past Bee O Pe "Then Is no reason to bench Drive SoMe S
YA," Sherman said Tuesday 4207 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville f la. Us BOTTLING CO. CENTER
'But we like Gary Wood. "We'll
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day Plans FOR 23 YEARSAtlanta I,

.j"'Tour F" a' After SignsMilwaukee MOTT'S

:"LisWfa Bout _

.Associated Press Sports Writer 1605 N.W. 6th St. PR 0-7537
< BOSTON lAP) Cassius i
ATLANTA (AP) The Milwaukee Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation -
,Cay- hopes,God will be to his
.corner when he lakes on Sonny Braves have signed a Authority and Braves otfllals TIRE SALE!
Listen next Monday night in 25-year contract to begin play Montgomery called Mayor
defense'of his world ing baseball In Atlanta's 'IS- Ivan Allen of Atlanta while the
heavy- million stadium In 1961 contract was being signed. T.k. Type Fin lh>. $.e..d LI.e Tied UM
weight boxing championship. I 6.70x15T 11.95 11.95 7.95
The contract was signed late "Tell them they Just made the
"U I win, Itll be the will of Tuesday In Chicago by Arthur best trade they've ever made," "k.lm Slat
Cod" Clay said Tuesday In a Montgomery chairman of theDemons' Allen told Montgomery CS.oo.u 11.75
display of the 6.50x13 12.50
deeper man bet
The contract took
ter-known signing 7.5014 15.25 11.95 9.95
as a talkative clown
with a punch. "If I lose" he Star place two days before It was + 1.00.14 15.95 14.95 10.958.50x14
scheduled. Atlanta and Brave
added, "it'll be Coda ww." 17.95 15.95
official apparently were appre-I
,. Clay, who has adopted the enslve that Milwaukee County
Piccolo Gets officials further TIRES BALANCED 99c plus weights
Muslim religion as well as the might delay
,religious name Muhammad All, plans to move to Atlanta by securing Wheel Bearings Cleaned & Repacked 99c
Instant credit all oilca's
aid his new religion has given .e tU' Buck of Week another court order restraining TO

him a billion followers around the Braves from signIng and deportmentstore BRAKES, ADJUSTED" . 99e
the world followers who never any agreement until the end courtesy cards.
beard of boxing until he became WI_ 10 .... duelHe's By MURRAY CHASS of the 1965 season. ALIGN FRONT END , $6.95
Associated Preis Sports Writer .1 No Down Payment
champion. The officials already had
Best Lineman Brian Piccolo has stepped a court order restraining Ma Interest Comber Coster & To. In.
The champion said he will from a part in "Come Back, the Braves from signing a contract 10 Months ta fey

visit the Middle East after the Glenn Resaler of Penn State signs autographs for Little Sheba" Into one of the to play In Atlanta In 1965. I II ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CARL
fight, especially Turkey, "where surprise roles of the college
two admirers the
On Nittany Lions' campus. Kessler I Meanwhile, In Milwaukee, the
;40,000 people are waiting to see was voted Lineman of the Week for his. efforts his football season
." aa county board voted unanimously MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR
team upset$o. 2 ranked Ohio State, 27-0, last Vcek. No one was more surprisedthan to send a delegation to Washington I
He also said his Muslim religion Duke last Saturday when D.C., to meet with officials
I the Piccolo led Wako Forest to a 20- about the of
reason some peoplein prospects starting
the United States make him Penn State Star 7 upset victory that seriously an antitrust action against the BRAKES RELINED Motor Tunc.up
hindered the Blue Devils'
the "bad guy" for this fight Braves and other National
"But I don't chances for the Atlantic Coast League clubs.
care. Just so longs Ports .IId labor 'included
they buy the tickets." Conference championship. Rep. Henry Reuis, I.wlJ..1
Piccolo's performance he who the InsU- S39S. $49s
While the challenger Llston, Is Top Lineman urged county to $14.95 $19.95
In scored all of the points has ute such a suit, said the county
worked out historic
earned for him today selection should sue for triple damages I
many miles from _the 0,000 Mil.a 10.000 Miles tS 8 ..
,scene of the fight at Boston Gar- UNIVERSITY PARK; Pa. the sparkplug In Penn State's as Back of the Week by the Associated and an Injunction because the I eyl'a. cyl'

den, Clay was telling what he (APA football writer once! comback after I dismal start of Press. league voted to permit the I Guaranteed GuorGlltHd
Piccolo, who rather would Braves to shift to Atlanta In 1986 Plus Parts
proposes to do to keep his psychological compared him to a panzer divIsion -three straight losses. Faced
war In full swing. clearing the way, fir his with their first losing season lalll about Eugene O'Neill than but ordered them to stay In Milwaukee ..
fellow troops. since 1938, the Lions battled Knots Rockne was the workhorse for the 1963 season.
"I to talk to ths Bear (as ___ __ __ .L' ____ __.
plan back to win four of their next of the Wake Forest
he refers to LIston) when we get I Opposing coaches sit In awe five. Ressler's play made the rlumph, running 36 times for i r
,In the ring" he said. "I talked when they see him play. difference. US yards, catching three passes

to him last time, too. 1 told him, And Rip Engle says he's the for 41 yards on a play the Deacons NOW GET $4 TO IO PER
,'C'mon, Bear you're losing greatest college lineman In Against Ohio State, he caused tried for the first time and
,your crown. Watch this one, America. one fumble recovered another coring three tmlthdowns and
,Bear -pow pow C'mon, and spent about as much timeIn kicking two extra points.It .
Bear!,you gotta fight to win'," That's the story of Penn' the Buckeye backfield aa the was the first time Wake I

Site's Glenn Ressler, selected Buckeyes themselves. Forest defeated Duke since
Clay Remains as the Associated Press Line- 941. The Deacons suffered 12 TIRE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCEon
man- f-the-Week for his great Holm's Wins losses In between.
performance in the Lions' stunning -
No. 1 The senior fullback retaining
27-0 upset over Ohio State
In ill national
last Saturday. Volleyball rushing leadershipwith
NEW YORK (AP) Ring 137 yards scored on run on world-famous
Magazine listed Cassius Clay "Some of the things Ressler In Women's Volleyball League of one and 12 yards and on an
today as 'still the world cham- does you have to see to believe play at Gainesville High School 1-yard pass. He carried the .,.w 1904deal
pion" and named Sonny Liston ," said Engle In his 15th I gym Rohn's Dairy Queen ball 10 times on the IJ-play
the No 1 heavyweight contender 'year of coaching at Penn State and Thompson Refrlgera Ion drive for the last touchdown. I firestorm

In ita November boxing rat "He's great on offense" and he's kwon two games each. When he graduates' he may'
great defense.. have trouble deciding which ca- n
ings. I Rohn's topped Jones Johnson to follow full-time He "5 w. ',
reer un-
The World Boxing Association i Nicknamed Zeke by his teammates -' 15-4.: 15-11 Patty Schnell doubtedly baa aroused the Interest .' r\ r

withdrew recognition of Clay as the foot-2, 230-pound !scored 13 points for Rohna and of some professional teams, 500" NYLONSMCETHfplSniE
middle guard U the quiet man I
heavyweight champion for signing Ronnls Hall had seven pointsfor but there's also the stage."I I
a return bout with Uston at of the NittanyLions one who Jones-Johnson. I
would rather play than talk : really like the theater I" h.
Boston Nov. 18. Ita last monthly Thompson Refrigeration was '
aid. "I'm a speech major and TURNPIKE
ratings failed to list either In the "This Ii a tremendous honor" victorious over K Irk patrick- If F the right opportunity for I \
top 10.The. he said when ,Informed of his PIerson by 19-11; IMt Ger- theater career came along I'd '
championship was listed selection as LMneman-of-the- trude Combs scored nine pointsFor probably take It. I love crowds" lACE TilE pumE WMMIIOOXO DEJIG
u vacant and Ernie Terrell of Week. "Nothing like this has Kirkpatrick Plerson, and When he's not battering an a..e....N..wl/w..w.i.. With*llMrf.......*.!..rimtoMm
Philadelphia was ranked first happened to me before, butdon't Dianna Cuppy had seven pointsfor opposing team's line, Piccolo \ __4....d___...0'''' "m,TI"r mi.**__m*.*

In the Ring ratings Terrell was forget I had plenty of help! Thompson Refrigeration.The intently pursues his other love 1 anebe.we.mt4 My pmM.. wiimiw tHTU "It |rt.n"MM|.1.. ."prwUn I. IBOOO MM Mh*twrttwtSCI1PTIIEIITYIIII velar
rated third contender behind out there." State Volleyball tournament This past summer he played! L r
Llston and Floyd Patterson another Ressler a senior majoring In II will be held In Orlando on Turk (sn athlete, Incidentally) t WISE, TIIAO
l .... .. .
t 14. rw.MM-.Idrd Ipllre.claw aq .
former education has been Dec. 45. In "Come Back, Little Sheba.
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November II, 19154 Gainesville Sun

Labor Party


a,' ,; REPORT 1 Ups Taxes, Voting

REVIEW V'I r = Pensions Tap Despite Troubles 1

I --- LONDON (AP) The new, -
Late Morning Labor government announced I A spokesman for the Aluchua ton supervisor, laid on election talned.

II today substantial increases in I County Commission said Tun- day she Intended to ask the,
Readers' Request N. Y. Listing British pensions and unemployment day there Is no need to buy county to buy more machines, He said the county hired an
benefits and a hike In In. more voting machines to use In Iso expert several months b. fore
AllisChaJ 204 IntPap 37-S come taxes to pay for them.. county elections, despite several I that breakdowns would not election to go over all 79 county

r"Tlw OU.1 IN...,.wcinnlly......, mark'Br* .r.nli.<.torsh.>"lm .rt. Alcoa 60H Jones&L 74H, James Callaghan, chancellorof reported breakdowns it*two or hold up voters.At voting machines, and they

I=".':;" *"011... .,.. STOCK LISTINGS AmAir 46V4. Kais Al 29'% the exchequer a post slml- three of the county'i 32 pre- i one precinct, electors stoodIn were certified In good condition
Jar to secretary of the treasuryn ,, cinch on election day. and ready to use, before the
AmBrk 48% Ken'cott 92\, line JH to 2 hours to ballot,
KerceiWulbeniMurphey the United States told the Mrs. Alma Bethea, reglatraFnrni election
.. AmCan 434 Lig&My 85 H House of Commons the additional after machine breakdowns Delays

NEW YORK: Upjohn 'M' ..._... .... 1.00 50 TV 4 Elec ............... ...... .. ... 8 07 AmCyan 64V4 Lorlllard 44-H' welfare outlay would cos. also were reported In other Weston has said the machines c o u n t y than already

STOCK EXCHANGE Jim Walter ._. .. 234'4 Value Line Inc ...... ......... 587 AmMot 15v Mag'vox 33V4AraTob approximately 85 million pounds Safety areas the result of machine are required more law and there
Abbott Lab _'_ ._ 2.40 411,1 War Lamb __ .. .70 30' Wellington Fund ..... ....... 15.76NYSE 35% MM&M 59H ($238 million) a year. trouble, a long ballot and record I Is no need to by buy State
Allied Chem __ 1.80 53% Worthint.n .... .. .._ 1.50 504 AmpxCp 15'. Mohasco 14S He said the standard Income turnout of voters. law requires one machine more. for

Amerada Pt __ 2.00 13', Xerox .... .. ... 106 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Anaconda 54H" MontWd 42H' tar rate would be raised from I Group Elects Several voten reported the each 600 registered voters or
Am Elea Pow .._. U6b 44""% Zenith ___..-.. 1.20a 68% Compo Vol. Close Changes 7 shillings I pence (38.75 percent writ In ballot mechanism I fraction In each
Amer Enka -.. 1.4Oa sa'. 105,400 Chrysler 56'4 off Armour 53H NatDair 84H ) tot shillings 3 pence, would not work In 10m. ma precinctFlorida

Arner Hone0:-' 1.44a 634 OVER THE_COUNTER..... 81,700 Pan Am 304 up '4 BethSU 36'" NatDist 27*.,(41.25 per cent) per! pound 01 New OfficersGeorge chines. election code places
Haw wail The .
Arner M Fdy _M"_" .90 18'k'" _a.er.11.... sawI.e.1.50 "" 78.000 Tex Gulf Sul J3H unch Boeing 83x4 Penney 66-S taxable Income to meet the additional I responsibility for custody and

Armco 511 ..._ .._ .. 3.00 8m .rJ I :.,...aunen,.,. _ut wul.: .= 53,200 Penn RR 39 off .4. Brunswk t\ PRR 39. cost.Callaghan .'. Cappe, Florida Farm Howard Weston, adminlstra- maintenance! of machines on the
Atch Topka _..._. 1.20a 34'. .etlem = ... .". Nso 1 "=::: 43,000 Grn Motors 98 off 1% CaterTr 39 PepCola 584 I said, the pensionrate I Bureau director of safety was live assistant to the county supervisor of registration, who
Baxter Lab .... .._.. .38 28 .1tO.m...,.. -n..a w.ICN I awn sae Now( )50 42,00 Fort Motor 574 off '4 for a retired married cou elected chairman of the Florida commission said the commission In turn hires mechanics or deputies
Beckman In ___.. 70"8 .....h' CI.ked") 41,900 Gen Tel & El 37% off H Celanese 704 PhillPet 52% pie would rise from 1 pounds I Farm Safety Committee at the feels the voting machines who are paid by the coun

Beech U S .. ..._ 1.10 54'. Alico Land ........__ 12 40,200 Wstnghs Elec 424 off '. Chrysler 564 RCA 32% shillings $11.26)) a week to 6 annual meeting! of the Commit. have not been properly main-sty commission.
Bristol My _. .80 84 Arner Fidel Life .. ..... 25'- 40,000 Am Tel & Tel 68 off '. CocaCola 131H" RepStl 444 pounds 10 shillings (1819.20)). tee In Gainesville
Brown Shoe __ 3.40 108 17,200 Gen Dynam 36V off h ComEd 57 Revlon 38'1io The weekly unemployment Other officers voted In lvI
Arner Heritage 21'. ; are:
Brunswick... ._ '' 55,800 U S Steel 55 off 'U ConEdia 92H ReyTob 40HContCan benefit will go up from 1 pounds vice chairman Collar KinncyOIfi
8% Arner Mat Ins ...-.... ... 2041 Cap Roger -
CambeD S ..... _. 240 33';, Amer Pioneer Life ........... .. 81, 35.000 N Y Central 46'4 off S DowChe 51 Seaboard StRegP 31S I 7 shillings ( pence ((18.45)) to 4 of the Department of Pub I
Carter Pdt .. .... .. 1.00a 18', Anheuser Busch ... 81 33,700 Sperry Rand 14l< irp >,. 77T4 52H pounds $11.91). lic Safety, Tallahassee; secretary -
Case J I. .... 18i1 Anodyne _..__.....".". 4'. 33,400 Unitd Air L 57H\ up IH duPont EAL 276 38V Sinclair Sears 127 544'4 The main function of the A. M. Pettls, safety leader Bolts Dem PartyThe

Cessna Air _._... 1.00 29:1.t: Citizens Bank .. ..._ 37 32,100 Reynlds Tab 404 off U E.Kodak 140 88V4 budget was to regularize/ the 15' with the Florida Agricultural
Ches Ohio ..._...... AMER STK EXCH Socony per cent surtax on Imports the Extension Service, (;
4.00 75' Conn U & Pow _.... _. 37% I II Firestone 44-H SouthnC 64H I a.lrtsvllle.! ;
Call S Gas 34""% Cowles Mal & Pb _._. 12'.I ACTIVE STOCKS FlaPw 504 SperryR 144 I government Imposed last month I and treasurer. Don Adanu, director Mayor has kept his promIse .. Uonal Democratic ranks.
c.a S _._.. ... 1.80b 43 Dunn Bradst .._.. .. 8t'.,Volume Close Change I Ford 56i StONJ 89-H" to cut Imports. Imports have. of agricultural devel o p- to Strom Thurmond. "If my change will encourage
Comb Enl _._. 1.20 35"a Florida Gas ._. ... m 206,100 Tel-s-sign 74 up HJ I FreptSul. 45 Studcbuk 7',1 I been running far ahead! of exports men!, Florida Power and Light As soon as the registrationMoks 1 ,I others to make the step It will
122.000 Fotochrome 11% off giving Britain an adversetrade .
Comsat Corp 40'. 14 Co., Palatka. opened this week. Mayor.,'be
Fla Nat'l Bank ___ 8t FruehTr 32 Swift 53''. estimated I pleasing to me.; McKinney
Con' Mills __ .80 20', Fla Tele ...._. .. __ 2SiICont 57,100 Univ Controls 5 off \i CenDyn 38 Thiokol 13'.),this gap at S3 billion, Commissioner Howard McK I n-. said. "The Republican party

AIr ...._. 'M' .40 214 Forrest Labs _._ 2540ConU 55,900 Goldfield Corp l\ off *- GenEl 87S UCarb 1244 I I I Britain'year. trading In Ctm'f Change ney boiled the Democratic party will be the conservative party
In. _._ 2.20 81 Founders Life __ 10.0Contrl 47.700 New Idria 2'. off i. GenFds KHi: UnitAirc 58H Europe have criticized partners the : and Joined the South Carolina of the future In Florida and In

Data ........_.. 5011 Franklin We ._. ...... 58'% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS GenMtrs 97U UnFruil 17T4 surcharge senator !In becoming a Republican the Smth."
... ... .... .... ... contending it violate: Car Routes
Purchases .
Com Pdts M" _.. .. ., 1.50 51'Y' Great American ..... .... lll1t ? 3T7.371 Goodrich 62H USSteel 55 He said white he plans to
the rules
of the
Delta Air .._..__._. 1.80 821,1 GroUer .........__... .. ....._. 3840 Short Sales ..... .. ............ ... 3,388 Goodyr 45S UnivMat 14H" Free seven-nation The move was anticipated. work for the GOP here, he has
Trade Association
Other Sales .. .... .... ....... .. European -
Det Steel __. 397.623 Women ToldTALLAHASSEE When McKinney met Thur
.80 14 Gulf LiCe _.51'. Greyhnd 24'. WeslgEl 41% and the larger General no "political plans" at the present
Emerson EI .... ... 1.00 4N Herff Jones ...._. .... .. .. IS'Y' Total Sales ....... .. .. 401,011PRE'IOlS GulfOil 814" WinnDiu 38% Agreement on Trade and Tariffs mond at the airport during time

Fair Camera ...._. .SOI 23 Home Ins .........__..... 884 : DAY'S IntHarv 834 Woolwth 294/- GATT. (AP) Stale Homecoming weekend la. t The mayor was an active
Ftuan'l red .... .... .. 351,1 KeMasaw Life _.. .. .. 9"0 STOCK MARKET IntNick 87 The official. told central Florida month he divulged his dissatisfaction backer of defeated GOP presIdential
Fat Chart .. U7f 25 Life of Fla ......____. 8'\1, Advances ... ................. .. 392 government's second test women protesting a decrease In with the Di m 0 critic nominee Barry Coldwa-
In the
House Commons
Fs(. West. Fin. .... .... 101,1 Lowes Company _. _. .... 19% Declines ..................._........ .741 of came traffic on U. S. 17 Tuesday that parly and told the senator he, ler.
Fla E Cst ._.... .... 14', Milia Electron .. 94 Unchanged ..............?....... ... 247, Amateur radio operators are live Tuesday motion night on a confidence their: agencies can do nothing to too, planned to switch parties. McKlnney's switch In registration
Food Fair ..._. .90 234 Mort Guaranty Ins _.. ... 28""% Total Issues ........ ..?...... .. 1,380 said to be called hams because in the expressing Labor no regime's help reroute cars. I "My political position has not has no effect on his 1

mc Corp... .._.. 100 84 Pacific Sw Air ___._... 30 New 1963-64' Highs ....,. .. 55 London Cockney's pronounced program. Bolstered by unn- The, women want to divert changed" Mayor McK I Inn. y commission seal, City Attorney
'rlto Lay __ 41" SchllitJ Brew..... M .. 43" New 1963-64 Lows 27 them "hamateurs.: I pected support from the Libersis. riffle from the stale toll roads (told The Sun today "The Osee Fagan explained today
Gen Tale __... .. .88 31' Seeur Life Tr _.81 ------- -- II Prime Minister Harold Wil lack onto Rout 27 betweenLake change has been In the Democratic The city attorney said commissioner .

Ga Paclf ....____ l.00b 581,1 Southern Nitro ..___.. 25''% -I:son's government won the vote Wales and Sebrlng. I party from conservatism are elected on a

Getty Oil ._ '101 28'1 Travelers Ins ... ._.__ 4m Alachua Farm Bureau :315-294. The group blames the opening',to. liberalism." non-partlsun basis and qualify
Grace Co. .. __ l.00b 57 Union Security Iny IOU The nine Liberal members of of the turnpike with the apparent He charged the Democratic a. candidates for the city commission

Eel Curtis ... __,.,.... .80 134 Universal Cigar -.............".. 5x4 Commons had been expected to decrease In bus I n i sand party with abandolng the principals as resident Ire holder
IBM S.00.419 AMERICAN STOCK Re-Elects Officers :abstain, but Jeremy Thorpe told traffic on the highway of Jackson and Jefferson. electors Their political affiliation .
Int Mm Cwo _. l.80a 381,1 EXCHANGE,/ the House his party Would vote "It has gone toward a more has no bearing on their

lot Tele __ .._.._. ion 59% Aerljet Gen ._.._._..". 281. against the Tory motion because socialistic trend that I din't candidacy for the commission.
Health ;
Kellogg __ .BOa 50 II Analex Corp __ 281,1 All officers 'of the Alachua which the Alachua FB deleaaI I : "In the first place It is Croup agree with" McK I Inn sy ex The registration office at the

Lehman Cp 1.34e 3m Aqua Chem 14'' County Farm Bureau were reelected -. Linn will at this meet I II arrogant, secondly It U complacent plained."It Is too far left. courthouse reported this morn-
Litton In.... .... 1.98f 73V4 Aurora Plastics ,,.._..... 269'I for another year' at a I present and thirdly U arises, some Cites Sen. Cross! A Democrat since h* first I leg that McKlnney Is not the
Lone S Cm .._ 1.00 21 Barnes Engineer ..... ..... 19"i I dinner meeting of the FB board I'I'11Di. three weeks after the government I registered to vole, McK I Inn. y only party jumper.
Marsh Fld ,....... 1.60 52V4 Butler Shoe .. __ lll1i I of directors last night Wershow urged attendance ofd has taken office, out of State Sen. J. Emory (Red) said he first considered changing Sine Monday whin tht
Martin M ... ......,.* 1.00 194 Chromaloy .....__,,_ la I las many members as possible|sheer bigotry" Cross wan recognized Tuesday 'His. registration about 10 nooks reopened following list
McG Hill _. .60a ,,364 Cinerama _.._..._ 'h Named to new terms were at the stat meeting sine policy On Monday night, the new night by the Alachua County yean ago Tuesday's election, between
Mead Corp _. ? 1.70 4S'% Computer Sci __.... 25"1 I Jame Wershow, president; M. making for the next government weathered its first Mental Health Aaron fr hi. "It wss not a sudden change" eight and 10 pirnni' hiv
Merkd 2.00a 47. Cutter Labs A ___ 171i 4 M. Bryant, secretary treasurer will be the main Item of business. year confidence test by only six work on behalf of mental health, he noted changed their registration.
Nat Alrl .._.,.,. .80. 574 Data Control ._ a ._.... 52'/I and W. N. Johns, vice presi. votes. On that ballot the Liberals programs ai a elate senator "Hi 'said I'number of persons I Registration officials .al I Id
N Y Cent] ._.... .50g ,46% Fulton Inds ... _.._..._.. 9'11 I dent. 'supported a Conservative Sidney Martin a i s e elation have supported hit stand In becoming the changes have been evenly
Nia M Pow ..,.? .... 2.00 55% Gen Develop ...... ... ....._ 4 Johns discussed the flue-cured motion enticing Labor's plans president, gave Cross in award one of the first local, distributed among Independents,
Norfolk W ._....... 6.00 137% Jax MINI Mkts. _:....._...8 Two new directors elected at tobacco situation and warned of I to nationalize the steel Industry.HANAIT. ,of...appreciation._.. J politicians to leave the tradkGrenade Republlrini and Democrats
No Ind P S .. .. 1.48 614 Mackey Airlines 5 4, the annual FB meeting 1 last: another possible 10 per cent cut

No Nat Gas .....,..180 18% Mead Johnson .. 18'{,, month, were sealed. They are in acreage allotment for 19(5.
Olin Math... ..,.1.20 404 Pac NW Tel .._.....__ 22' Tom Shaw and F. S. Lagasse.The .:1 of Blast Hurts 40 ChildrenIl'ihe.r.
Cyril Boyd Newberry gave
Owens II G 2.50 105% Philips Elec _._ 4S' directors di.icu.isrd! the
State Farm Bureau a run-down on the present pea-
Pac GleE 1.00 34% Redwing Carriers 11 upcoming .
Pac Lung 2.40 314 Ric Group ....._M_. .... .._ 3 meeting, which starts Sunday in nut situation. At the ann u 41 1 ,
meeting he had presented' Germany tAP) A I Rudolph Posplech U, who" noshed to the school. "Ther wss a sudden bang r
.. ,_ 644 Orlando ,and the resolu 11 I o a IMason I
Pac T & T .,.,.. ,.. 1.20 28. Sperry R-Wts
hand grenade exploded In an found the grenade, loat a hand The boy old his friends h* we were about to back In
resolution calling for creation of go 9
.. .. .. .. ... 52-. ,
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Pan Arner A ...:;;... ? 1.20 304 Syntex ) .IoJ-win-- elementary school playground hand an Other boys and hid found the grenade In a school. Then
state commission to eye. everyone
.. .... a peanut
_. Elec ..... .. 27x4Pennzoil
Parke Div 1.00 284 Tampa German'
today, wounding 40 ( girls suffered facial and body small grove of tree and put It acrfimed and I was knocked
_. ..._ 200 43H Tech Measur. .. .... ._. 181/ Ci\c help with the marketing of pea- IIInjured
DegreesThe children, torn of them seriousy. Injuries. In his pocket. tie kept It then .
Pfizer ...._ .80a 49i: Twa Wts .... ... .. ._ 29 nut Twenty three of the children I until rereis. carriedInto
............ .... ... ......_ 7 pupils were
Phelps DG _.. 300 744 Valspar York Rite Fall festival Aja'chua County FB delegatesto !
A boy said he found the grenade were admitted to a hospital! At recess, lit pulled out the class rooms by teachers until
Polaroid ... _. ._ .20 171% MUTUAL FUNDS will confer the degrees oft h e' the stat meeting In Orlando 1 In a woods on his way to liThe remainder were Mleased pin while with a group of Red Crag'workers arrived
Pub Sv E 0.._..... 2.60 384 Affiliated Fund .......... .. ... 1.96 Council Thursday, at 1 p.m.I will Include Mr. and Mrs. Wer school near a U. S. Army Instslation. r treatment friends On of them said then to take them to "hospitals

Pun 011'-._ _. 1.60 584 Capital LIT ft Cr _._ ... 10.05 The Order of the Red Cross and show, Bryant Mr and Mrs. He took out the pen and I Police, Red Cross helpers and was I sharp (pop' and Ponpltch School minorities said then
Rayonler ... ._ 1.00 43'/4 Divers Growth ......._. .. 1025 the Order of Malta will be conferred -I Johns, Kent Duke, Lag use, dropped* grenade Just as the men of the local fire brigade threw the grenade on the wit a standing rule that children
Rex-all .:.._ ,50b 59'i Dividend Shares ._ 3.82 Friday at I pm. Cern Joe Imler and Boyd. All other children were lining up to r. and all available ambulances ground. finding strange object'
Reyn Metl ._.... .50 324 Dreyfus ........,.. ......... ... .. 21.17 d el I '
monies will be at the Masonic[directors are alternate e' urn to classes after morning Including thourom the nearby "I was about 10 metersawsyM should turn them over to ateacher
Rich Merr 1.00 55'" Fidelity Capit _. ........ ..... 11.89 said
Igates.Studying recess. USArm. barracks, were Jutrgen Jrlsrh, It : ,
R C Cola _._ ,. 1.20 194' Fidelity Fund ..... .. .--. 1865 Temple. _...1. ..- : :-. .! :

Roy Dutch ... ... 1.73g 48 Fidelity Trend.. .. ."" 19.76
Searle Gd ., .90 63 Fund'tal Invest .._........ 11.65 I
Singer ...__. 200 S3 Income of Boston _-... .. 1.72 Count 'Gbreve' in Cedar Key

Smith Kill _. .. 120a Incorporated Ine _.. ..... 10.23

Sou Cal Ed .... ........ 1 05 374 Keystone K 2 ".. .. 119 -

St Oil Cal .. _. ,.... 2.00 684 I Keystone S 3 .... 'OO.168' CEDAR KEY State Boardof waters In an attempt to deter. the area for about a week taking he paced through a'SM of the sampling Is a continuing I| The research vessel, with a
... .. 5.17
St Oil Ind 2.00b 42V4 I Keystone S. 4 Conservation marine biologists mine the aftereffect of Ia.tsummer' water samples and counting : dead fish 16 milt wide. H. thing which will be carried out lettimated value of 179,000 wan
Investors ._...._ 10.52 ( ,
Sterl _. .. .65 214 Life
Dru'UbI .-_ 1.20 13'" Life Stock Fund _.........._ 7.96 are In the Cedar Key area Red Tide. Cbrsv gymnodlnium., ) aid they were all bottom fish\ through the year In an tffnrtbi donated to the Hal Conservation iRcscnrcli
Texas Stock .... 17.47Tidewater making a study of the offshore I The biologists have been In such: as groupers, and were as 'bi determine causation ef losses Service by U C. Rlngha-
Inv .
Textron ... .... 1.40 48H Mass Gbrevt Is the one cell green
._. 354 Mass Inv Growth '111 thick as hyacinths In a stoppedup to flsherl throughout the(vet, president of Debit Engi'nearing
TraDl W A 484 Pioneer Fund 1035 ''''A plant which product a toxin creek.At slat*. gales, lilt summer
breathed In through the gills
Union Pac _.I./Oa 43% Puritan Fund 17'' -.,,. ., .wn ,, .. .._ .. ...... .
that time, Davis said, the
... Growth 168 of fish restricting their *iy .
Und Air L.... .. l.SOb S7Vi,Putnam I
.. .. gen supply. according to Miss Gbrevt count was lIIfreIIall I .
--- asaraaaiIIliiJi..ij 7( 1'
I I' Patricia Donnelly, list Conservation million per liter of water sample "M1t ,

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES NOV. 10 I ? Service biologut who[ .. : "' l; a'
"" Ter $ '
.fillr Net I makes the counts.
: Low Close 9.7211 f Mill Donnelly said 10,800per
I4J.41 144.1 Off ,
14 .J1
15 8.ila Off 4.74 Th 72-foot: research vessel liter I* enough to kIll all s s
15 Isdsstrtels 900.11 513.51 SIS.S' SIS Off 3.23FLASHES Hernan Cortex is skippered by Ih* flah. The present eouol I* > ': ''
SO Stocks R. B. Davit. Cedar '
I Key seafood _
only So per BUr.'whfch! nor. ,
and vice chairman ;
I operator 1r
of tile water Ways Resource mat, according to biologist. .

: Committee for tile Slat! Bruc. Bimhak. ,
MARKET j Board of County Commission Lad summer's Red Tide wss ))

.NEW YORK AP) A'' I r ..rc.Three I r the lint till known M far $,. .

turnabout by steels rescued Dew Joan Stock- Averages F aclenbal aboard the north, according |* Dtvla. H. .
quick I teasel 1 Incktd Dan Troth, bto-
the stock market from a PrrriMS Dy | 2nd Hour ;: .I "logical aide, Maderia Beach;l said the **' of dead Old was

slow decline and established this aft.an 17014 30 Ifldust. | off 115'1. Bruc Blrnhak. biologist, IL ill Its highest ronctntrstlon hi

Irregular patters early 213.11 I 20 Rails j up 123 Petersburg: and Charta Car:the If U IVfalhon seta about

"rhTpac ranis, laboratory tecnniclli) ,':M I* 70 miles louthwtst of
of trading pkked spas 15476 I U Utl \ up l.n
Tamp [luinhatcnr*.
actively from
steel rallied 307iTT I 60 Stocks!I uiii':
baser Mo Densely met the l
recent sharp DeYII..IIt. sea We M DM
Early dealing affected by 1,011.0001 I Volume I 1.030.0M boat when It comr n with
bottom at that area I Ja deal
the Veterans' Day observanceal samples and nukes Ih* count.'
IrtttodJni coral and sponge. H*
and some other hull I Ih aka remove the ergaalc
tans of tile bat however, laid be did sot know sf tile
Ihiggtah and soluble material from die
iuUM were sample
The Dow Jones industrial average ilon crab Bad died or If they
showed a somewhat tower price and return H to tile mar-
bad moved out becau el
at noon was up al i
la PtUrs-l
to* laboratory of fooJ4.lie .
kneels rebounded other rw.The burg for testing I

locks allo improved a huJe Associated Pres average hadta 'I said Us stone mil eptf.atioc .e/
Davie said KM TIde
Motors were atII lower aa bat;ol n stock* at soon was oil J ta dial arcs was halted ,
but Chrysler eanYUte4tmtl1 a at 325.7 with biduslriala elf ... effect at the imiMdlat C-|!fill tile faJL Us .tea a do*..
ante ... Mo a fractional gaia rub off J and utilities 9f J dar Key ana because It did!'cube .*r* WAIl from LaM"Pt
Scattered tmpremDelll .took I| Price were mixed to moderate the ChartSkipper not let as do* ea up. He saidysun.
blue crab. ousM and
lit and trading oa the Americaa
place eUewber strong to pedaD7 .Stock; Exhang R. B. Dais. aboard tk. H train Cortex trout are oUR pleuJful here IUd tile praiioB, Isaormai a
buying was but meet eta Lie M UM. eflahor year, would bar taken
situated \itt0f'- I, Cerporat bond were mixed plats! ( Mt tile MMpliag area to Bea area editor W. VesselThe
bankj to dead. tam worth *( crab from that
Ax-One, were ,p from the as tight trading. Markets for E. (Baa) Mil**. Tb* vessel .. bi the area laklr art*
start and widened their tame as;i t U 2;. J"7f fnUTWtll beside WfTfkMd ample of ffikor water )I. aaj effect t* .tttnll.l During rsearch eprUon. Her***] (....n U a 72-foot converted shrimp
steels pIH'Ie: recowry. Many bectuse *< Veterans' tile aftereffect *f .last .."'III'r'. Red Tide. (Sea when th* Mal TIde was at to,I Th Harass Cartel to rttanv beat donated !r. Ik* Rial* rotnrallo $krvlct by

l louis nllla:nod as virtous see i Da,. ph 4M by Bob Sleeker) peak last swancr, Dave said>| .to St rnmburg today but DeINl r.gl .trhig Balet. St. Anftuila. V

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1 NOV., II, 12, 13, 14, 1954 Almonel,Chocolate end D.D.'Fuel,.Froitina.)/
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candy depart".ent Three Diamond SlicedPineapple i

PayDay, flutt.r-Nut, Milk-Shake a 4 cans*2 $1.Hollywood .

Candy .. ...... ;k' 19F" P Sliced or HalvesPeaches 'Lr
Kreft'i MinJalura Siia #%* 2.Sc
MarshmallowsKrort'i ................ "'1 25 eQaN" l'
Ocean Spray Jellied or Whol.
Fluffy Whit.
Jet Marshmallows.. ... 29Cranberry Sauce *.!a0 J 19e

F & P Bartlett (Un syrup)

'' Pear Halves . 4 t3.0,3 a; $.1 .

Libb/s Popular Cream Styl. .

Golden Corn: ". 2 t3,03 a 29e

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Canned Pumpkin 2 #cans 303 29

P .sasassrtms !
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Spiced Peaches #2? 25c.. ..-
Hearty Meals with Joan of Arc Red '

Kidney Beans 2 cans 29

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In The Bucket Jar, Marti

PUBLIX WILL AWARD A '65 MUSTANG Stuffed Olives 84; :. 29c

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Winner& Nom. Publix on 1 '' $
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Potatoes. 10 Ibs. 79 SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'T-INSPECTED L.Clttk OM* A FlwM. 49
Crisp Sweat Winetep lofty C-...'. luttmllkBiscuits

Apples 4 &i 39 STANDING Me.,1.4 4 :7U; 39cYogurt.

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22 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, November 11, 1964 ..

'7f4ERE5 Nt1fl45 5r i I f OCDlI I iTS COLD AND DAMP M

J Whet's year ,...,."*P 'H .". I F I RAIN.., i l lZ

: : Not tlie FirstAbigail ...1/ sale, writ U Akkr, lei 1)65 I y I I i I I II I I J { JI I

I ,, .....1, Hllli C.llf., 90212, e.dleclude I I I

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.A. .1.! ,.. Abby 'mw'n ill "..11. ire I ,
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DEAR ABBY' How can you tell II a man b married? to keep my mind on my work, and this problem Is keepingme (, w HOLD THE ITIIACa'RDNGTO LAW OF OUR ACCORDING *. DO?'

The way men lie nowadays you can't tell the married ones up night Can you give me some advice? =: L. I Cou' i' BINGO MUSTSOP T
from the tingle ones. You sure can't believe what they tell IN DOUBT 1 KILL SAW MM DE TRI ED 1jY A LJURY DIVtIJ-AND YOIJ'RiL MERI=

you. I was a widow for six years when my daughter intro- DEAR INt: When a ma Is In love, he knows It, and he ML W rrM! MORTALSf.ADMIT fT 7A (T 1 I IIT.
duced me to a very nice man whom she knew at the place doesn't question his motives lor considering marriage. Don't
where she worked We were attracted to each other from marry this "wonderful girl" while you are still wondering ..
the start He said his wife was dead. We went together for whether II'. "love" or the deferment that Is drawing you
almost a year. This man asked me to marry him after our to the altar. Army duty If temporary. Marriage Is a life. .
second date. I said I thought we should get to know each time hitch! '
other better before discussing marriage. I don't know what
he'd have done if I had said yes because his wife was is.

very much alive (I Just found out about her last week). DEAR ABBY About the "retarded" poodle who piddles: rPe '..
I called her on the phone and she told me plenty. She The owners sound retarded to me. In the first place, pup-
wasn't mad. She said I wasn't the first and I wouldn't be pies should not be taken from' their mothers until they are ( fi FV
the last. Also that she didn't love him but was only keepinghim ten weeks' old, If a dog is taken for a walK the first thing: -
around for his pay check. So dear Abby, I'm asking In the morning, and rewarded with a kind word or a biscuit
you How can a woman be sure? for having accomplished the purpose of the walk, then turned r..l i SOMEPLACE '
SHOCKED out a time or two during the day, and walked again In the ""tIr I JEST GOT TO WHAR PAWAIN'T \ 11 11ooww

DEAR SHOCKED: Your most reliable Information, on the evening, the carpets and furniture would be safe.I FIND A QOODERHIDE a TO SNOOP LIKELY
marital status of a suitor would come either from the bureauof worked In a resort motel, and half the people with dogs ry / PLACE AROUND
vital statistics or from others who have known the man who checked in for the weekend would get stoned In the P'!; FERW BUTTER-
evening, then sleep off their hangovers until that C'AN' IG MONEY _
noon. By
longer than you have. Some men are polished liars, so U
a man never takes you to his old haunts and never Intro time the poor dog would have answered Nature's call on the
daces you to his friends, beware. carpet. But why blame the dog If the owner has no sense? L 1fr
Yours for a better deal for dogs.
e MRS. R M. H
DEAR ABBY: I am 23, single and have a very good job. ;J

I've been deferred from Army service because of my Job, DEAR ABBY: Tell Julius' wife not to complain because Z
but my derferment Is up In January; I recently met the her husband can't dance. If he's the same Julius I knew r.n

most wonderful glrL I see her only on week-ends, but she back In Indiana about 15 years ago, he couldn't dance then,
is constantly In my thoughts. I've asked her to marry me, either. But he had a lot of other qualities that were much
but now I'm not sure if I'm really In love, or Just looking better than.dancing. I wish I had waited for him. metan
for someone to marry to stay out of the Army. I find it hard STILL CARES INCIDENTALLY, TRACY '
UP THE 5CRAP5.aw r
b elJTT111fI
I fffAsOtdtlER.

T..IV .
PROGRAmS U -3 1 M-M"

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(Education) 0 WJXT (ABC CBS) Jacksonville I

U of F, Gaineavllle m WFGA.TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville

Wednesday Evening the Chinese m a I n land, DlecullJoa 0 Andy Griffith IJl [I II WO.DID A A LOVetY Yet WASTHERE YES..ANnoMe0Nt WtO-THATS WONMRHJlrMOLAOYOUMAOAOOOO/ .
1:00: D Wells Fargo focus on ad y a n c. s !In "A Conversation with BiI- 11:15 0 Industry OD Parade z HAD NO REAL REASON TO CALL, GOOD < VTOOKUSOUT writ YOU} WOMAN TIM,MISS OILI
farming and Industry. In Iy Graham, .. TO DINNER AT* PRIEND
o Mlk Do I 11:30 0 m (Color) <
e ug a. Jeopardy NIGHT / A VERY NICB DFMINE!
filmed interviews, world 11:00: 0 0 News, Weather TALK WITH VOU A FEW MINUTES **
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1:30: 0 NewlCope Issues of Red China' ad- m (Color) News, 0 Art and You :; No.NOT

o World Clvlllzatioa mission to the UN and Weather, Sports 1:00: 0 m (Color) Say When o M TOOBUSYWr4Ar /

1:11: m (Color) New. her recent detonation of 115 0 Movie 0 Love of Life -

Weather, Sparta an A bomb, "Fury..r (1936)) A s m all 0 Film a Y
o Agriculture Films 0 Imperfect town 11 the scene of mob 1:15 0 Geology 107 ,
Topics: Texas remains an when Innocent n
1:00 0 News passion an 12.1 0 New.
: Sports Independent r e pub IJc;
la arrested kld-
man as a
Weather Peter the Great cancels 1:30 D Search for Tomorrow =:;
napped Sylvia Sidney
o Sunshine Almanac his to Western Eu m Truth
trip or
Spencer Tracy, W al I t I r .
1:15 News
0 Highllghls rope; Neville ChamberAbel. Consequences .... .,
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1:30: 0 m New. (One hour, 3S min,) -' L" --: -- f ,
lain rejects Hitler'
a Ne1ll1 pro11'30: ID m (Color) Johnny 1CS D Guiding Light +A NEW ,1l(1)() BUT oeAwI "' ''. OM TMOuGNT ( I o'e l S aOUe1MT THEM ,
possl for the breakup of Canon 0 Visiting Spanish F-j )i NAT.tNO (. 'i"b T VOU BOUuMT sal o LOOK rlA 1
o Exploring Numbers Czechoslovakia. Neighbors I ) a+ ANEW r THE HAT l RRETTY FOR AI,
7:00 O Deputy I ClIO NAT ANP ,, voLJ .
1:00 0 At Is.ue TIIURSDAY
"The 0 r p h an.." r r y/:31: 0 Beverly JIll/hilI/e./ / Morning and Afternoon INI 108; 0 0 Ii) New. 1)4GoWOO"' !":" YDuMff" t1Q = coAT 1
; Midday
plans to help three youniJed. attempt 10 break "<) ARs cNY I 1r -" 1 THANK vtw.Ot'sAR.
.tera, orphaned by the ..p a battle royal between ipg; 0 Sunshine Almanac 0 Film VOU TODAY .r.q ...: 16 1 ,
murder of their parents, Granny and Mrs. Dryaby 0:15: 0 Scope 0 News, Weather i [ .
raflllni off a prize, dale brings him nothing 0 Sunrise Semester m (Color) T. V. Bingo 'J" ) : j, 1 .

o Survival but trouble 1:25: m Living Words 1:15 0 Elementary Spanish ...., .. '"
Documentary coo: 0 Movie 1:30 0 World Clvlllzalion O Focus 1 := ,
o What'l New-hlldren (Color) "Up Perilcope." m Gospel Music 1:30 0 A' the World Turns 13x3J ( I r-.I' f
tom Sawyer and H uo k 0 Dick Van Dyke ICS a Pa.lllr' Study 0 Humanities C.II 'JJ .

Finn run off 10 play pi- d Midweek Variety m (Color) HI, Nelllhbor O Science ,: :: =-J
rates on a river Island m 01111 and Harriet 1:50: a Farm and Home m (Color) Let' Make a : I
m Wanted-Deld The dean of men wants 7:00 0 m Today Dealer
Alive Rick and his f r a ternlty 0 Local News, 1:11: m News -
"Jason." While tracking brothers 10 take part 11' Weather 1:00: 0 Password I Vl !..''IOU DID THlU WAOMCONt < \ I MAY aL LATL lry
turN! )00) SAID GETTING HOMLi'- 4
..Tt elusive d I' P e redo, a practical joke 7:05 0 Ranger Hal O m Loretta Young .. n. < --ON
Josh encounters a deputy (':30 D Can Williams 7:5t a Local News, Weather O Sign Off'I'"-"' 8Y AND A* IF-IF YOU I THI* MORNING SPEND THE CAY v I MAO TO SEE... (SONS mCHEM.lASf
sheriff who begs 10 Join m Burke', Law .:.. 0 Captain Kangaroo 1:300: HOUII 'I WANTED TO HAVl LUNCH 1 THAT MK,VALEW /CUANIM OUR tOOA'I! ABOUT! A PERSONAL
the manhunt J 0 s h re- OUt to kill Nicholas Amenn: Divorce Court 0 ID Doctors I / WITH ML-"AT THE CAMPUS \ WAS AWAY JIM! MATTE!
luctantly alirell or, the richest man In the a Bachelor Father 3:00: a To Tell The Truth ( CENTER, HONtY I ouT YOUR / V '
7:30 O Vlralnlan world, an assassin with an m (Color) Romper Room O m Another World i \ OFFKL :AS CWSCDiICI ;

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Yesterday" Is StevI'a old and shoots down Amen. m Jack La Lance 3:30: 0 (Color) You Don't Say (; 1 I
girl friend Jane Carlyle, or'. bookkeeper Instead 10:01: 0 Make Room for 0 Edge of Nlllht v. ie. I
whom Marshal Cass au. Seen In cameo roles are Daddy m Pop ye'. Pals :i
peele Is now tied In with George Hamilton, D i Ian. O News COO: O Match Game w u u I
an outlaw aan" Lynn and the limo t h- m (Color) Cameras 0 Secret Storm : : y
D CBS Report ers Brothers Please m Huckleberry Hound 6 .
"The US and the Two 10:00: D Danny Kaye- 10:300 m (C. lit) Whal' CS O News L- tlI i.1' ,.
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of Communist and NaD.nny' guests are } 0 I Love Lucy O Best ot Groucho '' 'cacroueema awnpW Y+. ---- -1 iI
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with the West Exclusive Lewis, 10SS O m News "Let' Do Jt Ailln" \ f: 7i K Sa e viiO ; \\JXt S S[Gfi4AT10N.
films, recently_taken on 10:30 m ('ompa 12- 11:110: 0 m CIInCfntrlUon : I m s'copsta r I HIT
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In Our Hearts yT s w 1I

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WASHINGTON There has five states In the South, but we during a campaign We woul be critical of him. But If he PCZEC I If. -I sil i I LGOi/ WHEN
been a great deal of soul- can't hold Burch responsiblefor have bked to have seen Gold- : N6 r MCKEV MOUStSB
knew how much :-6:;
we thought of 7 FNE .' I i
searching and name-calling that. water hit the nuclear war Issue is 1 MOW vo I i # him, particularly with all the 0CiOOCVST C j TLb T Jb, :
amongst Republicans since last "What about Barry Goldwater harder and perhaps attack
Tuesday's Presidential elec ?" the Social Security system with carping going on In his own sa ; e. ? ,0 'i! C ( 5Ta u6LiT
: f
tlon. Dean Burch, of the Republican Here again, we feel peopleare more vigor, but you can't have party, I think he would have Hll.
National Committee, being too critical Mr. everything He did the best he been pleased In our Democratic MH
Barry Goldwater, and Bill Miller Goldwater made a great contribution would with what he had and hearts, we know he will a!-

all have come under heavy to the Democratic party we wouldn't have changed one ways be right. "JJ j jl
+ attack for the campaign they and I know he'll be remembered word of any of his speeches." 2 Art/r/ t .
waged and moderate Republicans for It for many years to "11'. nice to hear some kind Asia Faces T.3 tliraJJl t :f
have demanded Ihtlr r 1J
come. words about Goldwater and l 1
ouster. I "Is that true of Bill Miller, Miller the Food I
Strangely enough, the only too?" I Crises :
' people who seem to be defending I "It certainly U Bill Miller I "You won't hear anyone in
this club knocking them. As a MANILA (AP) As.. '
Goldwaler "
the campaign la one of our favorites, and i -
""t are the Democrats. We were since the election la over, I'''matter of fact we hope they production lags behind Its pop.I -- -- 5CE'4 Ne..' ',
having lunch at the National haven't heard one Democrat run again !In 1M and we're goIng ulation growth and the region wtu.P>PMte ,; other to do everything we can to faces "a crisis such aa has ne*. ,,,r AN MFCCMAICN THAT 'way evwivf .MOI 10.P IVAT rtTKTivt TWAT I TKL n M / y40' NMAf MEwSPaIeR TAU4ad.
Club the day utter harsh word ..
Democratic a against wontp / jumcu' e two TV.AT i iMtnr FaREiTrt! :
see the Republicans don't make : wKPgs.R MA.as Ma nepi( MtV ; 3LFF 5 BUM STAYIMA arr con 1 atart '
leaders of the er faced the world before, the j ON racxicnNfrTwe* CHN.PQM
of the him. ,
and one T. ( ea wxa new i aT_w'6e4T' B-M-r-- MTTE !
Democratic party told us "I I "Then you think Gov. Rockefeller any changes. Every Democratic director-general of ele Ac+wts'ti MOMiMaiA*..TUAT runmtCOCTEKATI .
thmk Dean Burch baa been iin.tairly was wrong In criticisingthe club In the country baa sent Food and Agriculture\ Organisa.l'I 1 L MTH 1M sew'T
a telegram Dean
attacked for the campaign campaign the two Republican lion warned Monday x
Burch and the
he waged. We believehe candidates waged?" Barry Director-General: B. R. Sen
Goldwater tram. You
did a great job and we bop I "I can't speak for Rockefeller. what want the Democrats can say told the seventh session of the :

he stays In for a another four All I can say la that as are not you the kind to desert FAO regional conference for,IP,
years." far n the Democrats are concerned loser." a Asia and the Far EMI 'I do not,.
f "But didn't h. make I lot of the Republicans could- plead for desperate deeds, but ,
mistakes" a't have picked two better men I "Have you told Mr. Coldwater do ask lor unremitting effort. II.r

"None that we can think of. than Goldwater and Miller. about It?" The conference opened Saturday ;

"' We were very satisfied with "You don't think they made I "we've tried to, but lie won't and will last through
everything "-he did.
;} we were lorry to lose those Ever)one makfl'mlslak. e a was afraid we were going to delegates from II .



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(All that ftcerie. needs to I ; 43* THRirrr AMID /tRT'LjTT
keep a date with the*moon this J
decide li time. Pears 3 '1
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The brainwork Is, already ... r
done an official GI .* "
Aeronautic aiutSpac*Admin Beans 6 S 1
I Htration (NASAh tuJ.d'the'! 'Um + l
varsity City'Klwan, / lu yts- i + 'a < '' REGULAR 31( LIUTOMATO
flj ., '" \ ,
terday. { ; Juice 41RLC

!i"No t editao JughaIF break. ........auiiiiii,. ?? ;1 .
+w. ::u. : ;: : ..........?.....u.ii: III
through needed, ,".said John t f t "t 3/2 VAN CAMP PORK AND
.O'Brlen/c'ounsel for Procure
rat Matters for NASA at! CRACKIN' GOOD WHOLE WHAT Beans 81REG

ipe Kennedy.; "Only time." Biscuits 6' : /
ASA has as-IU immediate I Cant3 91 r' \ tCAItNATIOIH"l snD
idl a two t nan Gemini orbi- M i ere 1
ItEG. .
t il I light Jest year and a .
I ref man landing expedition :' 39 Small Whol.
t the moon before this decade. I Ilover. 3 ta. $1
It'i hard;to>> speed up'or slow Smoked PICNICS REGULAR 4)t KLHNIXTowels
"n the program at all," tit I Cheese 8-oz. .. .29xSUNNYLANQ 3-1
d. "It'i all mapped -:out and
eve just got to follow. the I I1edule. FRESH PORKSausage Sunnylond Picnics make wonderful
." Lb. 3 9 meals and tasty leftovers at budget:
O'Brien described' the Saturn-, / .
America's pleasing prices. High In nutrition
Pocket ich ii destined- to carry largest U.'Sronauts 'I fREE 1 t Cjn CRACKIN! GOOD B''IeU'',. ..,th SUOIRS Small S to 7 lb. whole, close trim 29
In 1969. med and eon. Slow steeped over
to the moon Sausage 3 -1
Rue three stage, 360 foot]1 hickory coals to penetrate right to QUANTITY RIGHTS RESHVI9
will tons of fuel the heart of the delicious pink PRICES GOOD THRU NOvtMIFK IJTH
ket Wie113 II|
rond to reach the :E.OOO milef. CHEESE meat. *,....e..e' "..... DM.__....Nf_i.,4W
hour .velocity needed toy j Food 2 Lb' lox 491
ve earth's.gravity field, lIe,,

During heduled nil fo Cake talk,72 O'Brien hour uwdj) ."IJ91 Juice 3 ':" '1

tame scale model of the I Steak. 98
ket that was used to brief]I Lb. REGULAR 25e 'THRIFTY MAI&Catsup _
esidenta Kennedy and John. '
1'1 during their! ,_Vi l.JtnQ. (he) PINEdREEZE W.D BRAND BONELESS ROUND 20.... -.t. 19;

Ape.He t explained how the third| Grade "A" Medium. REO. 4jf DIXIE DARLING IXTRA FANCY LONG MAM
age would swing into an orbit I Steak 88

.ronauts miles above used the I'smaller moon while ship I;, / EGGS \ Rice 3 :KG 39KGULAR. <

I > descend to M moon's sure If CRACKIN' GOOD _

landing face. After area exploration during a of 24 hour the) Dixie Pies 3 Plea:tS1''

stay the smaller ship! Is scheduled -' Roast. Lb. 88 I :::
to return to the mother REG 21f Dixil OAK LINO BROWN
ship for the return to.;earth,
O'Brien saId. *'1 7 ( Pkgs.FRESH : ::
The three-n5an flight must I
hit a 40-truVmide( "window Ini I FLORIDA Beef REGULAR "t CHOCOLAT1 SWIM
'All WHITE S195
the sky" wtien It. tries 'to reenter ll.
the earth's atmosphere or PKG Cake Roll .: 39I
the astronauts win mill I theli I r I
earth entirely and head towards' ....
fie sun he laid. It would be I I 1'1L: J...... w' k,.. ::::- Tv.!" i"t. r."n'af "iWoi"n' -.. .Mti.r-
possible to rescue: the spaceIen )
If this happened'O'Brien) I PAMRCDI, FROZEN BREADED e .)
,.... -'
;' :
explained. : :
j Shrimp. 2Sa1
: : .
The NASA official also spoke I I :
j t the Merritt Island launch fa- / ASTOR v LIBBr FROZEN C'x-n : e v :
: titles under construction and Peas 510,01. : ,
> : $1 le : s
will -; :
rain which the moon shot t' LEAP rp
made. I ; ; j; ASTOR CHOPPED:! OR : [' r

' ""The current programs areas ,".[ i Spinach 5 10-01 Pkgs: 51 1. : r; =ouTH ) :o r
t far is we can go I
; { DIXIANA Fri fl Whale Baltv : MRgONNAIff i
Brien told the'group. "B II II?
: r ..... I Ie
I can proceed only as fast or : \. E Okra 51o.at. $1" r
low ai the American peo- ASTOR FROZfN r r

want us go

?. Brien NASA said Soviet in two I wajri RussiaDied" 1-Lb. Con I Reg. S1.29.10.01. Jar Reg 51.75 10-01. Jar Peas .5 Pkg- : 1. I Reg 59e Giant Box I RtO 53i Quart Jar '.g 67 Quirt Jw

ri h space Its recent flight three-minor.but the touted I ; $19 ; i S VAHLSINC FROZEN rENCH. i '

lot spaci prestige may not[ 49? $139 Fries 580099 39 39 ? 149C I .
f I jean mud of.<" let. back for J' PAN-RE01 FROZEN SHRIMP I I ,

nrrlca.l' j I i end /rice ; Ce. Quahty.4 5rk. :'-Qualty Law W Puke I i Cocktail I 3 Jar 89' I 1 ... .
(We were surprised by the! ongon Qualtty r.wr. Pirog c-M e the wah a 1 the suers -..r.OMlity t<.. Pne {'raui QMlrty Uv W O Pew
,tat In two;'wait" ',0Brien!

i .aid..:Fist,;we- expected instead them I """ 1'III"A U.b.ua_ "" '; "' --HJ. __J _........- J
'd try a two-man flight ,
f ,fteip-frogttig 0> a Witee miii| --
ryjand, second w<'thought IIIia I r- rv-rua*
<'Joo late In the year for I EXTRA I I EXTRA.AU.
rent to try another space shot.: TOP VA. STAMPS TOP y"AE!!..STAMPS Apples I 5 Illc49 I

TArlen explained that mOl tl 1 Ott./.. ...CL.a i I Ir .... h. .'..... I... -
f. '. .... ,..
.ssla's landing possibilities) ttL.ozIN Pluto e ve ua FRESH /VICY FLORIDAORANGES

.; iliig ready,.Urne are of covered year and with"u ice-land.by LDeviled ..Crabs.... ,.... ,.Shrimp... "........ ,... 5.l'c49xFP t

: I''"CRum's II ..... fll .._.._..... .."
--- -
latest! apace, effort? -H _I ICY: FLOR: )AG'fruit5:49x
:. cleared the air of at least one EXTR4 EXTRA

:. foggy"!Al lent notkn. O'Brien we know said.tbeyibavea't 1< I TOP.....VALUE-__STAMPS_. TOP.R>VALUE- J -.STAMPS. _. (
quit the space(act. he I II / e eve.p t 1.a. C
r.e ar1 aleck
aidJ"A few years ago, Kbru Fruit Ples Bakers IIt.Ut.
I, .ht heY hinted that they' werenl;, ._fr/y_..._ II A aN. fr/t Pepper IINlr.IKrl. ... /ItN .., 79WASMINfiTOM /

racing for the moon. .....-.. at2 ,. _._..... 'I' JTATI RIO Ifll-.Ot ;""\ :
';How we know bey ire.: 4 i : .J '
EXTRAEXTRA Apples 39xOnions5.,39 '.* ,3'l Jf

Stop Ligll3' f I TOP YAW.AMPS TOP A-Jt STAMPS: No' I yu.ow ./ .J :

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Dinner For 3 Fie Bart
OhioAPI' I .N.' M ._ rr.. Nerar... 11.. '
North American Aviation Lnw4ril L ,.:.z'"U H "w-.... "aa Pole I BEANS
a special kind of atop
and go sign In an experiment EXTRA EXTRA I
/ ground: Thrifty Maid
central of airplane, particularly
al they tad across other c it "
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rummy s.tender I P SttakB Tooth Past 2 29
contract with Ittt Fed-1, POUNDS
Mai Aviation.. Agency. .NA* inikmi 1 .. := :;: :._.: = ':;: '
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InjoQed at trtbnal(runway Airport'inter*' I I EX..RA I EXTRA t ASTON '.OIlIlfCUV.c ...

tins" and operated from that} ; TOP VAWt, STAMPS .rI TOP VALUi STAMPS_. .. "39 I
ctnrol''tower, they tell the plot 0 !........!... ........ ... Juice 2'c1;:, 99/
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Mad that wok controls Ground, B..f Liquid Margarine a.oo.fOllf FROZIN ;X: ;XK.. |||< A/,0 TUIKIY
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Roast TW3 Show Finally Back Announcumtntt

BIG With the Stinging Satire


ThoTI ot "5 0. W'. eM....
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP phy In white tie and top hat wl

Television-Radio Writer doing a song.and-danct numberto :::=. .tlhNsh.pr.5Sh ,
ORANGEU noil of h-londl In Shod tlmo ot
TreatBy NEW YORK (AP) "That a tune played on the piano bya threw. tor Its llowari 1 ond Lards

Was the Week That Was" final cigar-smoking Pierre Salin 55'1i,. ......... ... P0.1y
Ol Sort }o.fphno' FowlrrI
M ly made it back to the nation'sliving ger,

RAYMOND J. CROWLE1 R rooms Tuesday night 1 LOST POUND

WASHINGTON (AP) Assigned Impudent, Irreverent snide and Phyllis Newman did a wicked LO", .ull go"n P..n. s. .

by i relentless editor t,0 sometimes clever and funny.In imitation of Audrey Hepburn. WernARD ..o."FF, .[RD COlid'/ 1106..... N RW..

cover luncheon featuring roas Later with Tom Poston and JOtIt 5', PN. FR JOIPUSONALIZID!'...-

hippopotamus your correspondent the "TW3" opening song Buck Henry she sang a witty 4 SERVICE u

rushed out to a carry-ou Nancy Ames quickly reprised In paean to polyandry pegged to a

lunchroom and hollered: doggerel some of the events scientist's prediction of an ap- 'cotlon. ; IOf''d. A" toCalnoivlllo

I "Give me a cheese landwlcl which had escaped the attentions proaching shortage of women. Sun

In' a brown paper bag. I don't of the NBC topical revue "TW3" has suffered critical Y OUR, ITUDIO H Tholml OIRL'Cromhow. tEAUTYtdvlior For

want to starve this noon If :I' while it was pre-empted by paid slings and arrows probably because in-Slal Information or domtnitrotton call

can't stomach hippo." political broadcasts during the It has not always been as LEARN TO DRIVE

I The upshot of this saga Is tha t campaign. Then the performers razor keen as many of us would IIM'LI ISO /l ;;

buckled down to the business of at least It Is the air PARALLEL PARKING
the cheese did not get eaten bu t wish. But on eASY WAS DRIV'NIJ' SCHOOL

:tome of the hippo did. wrapping up the election and [and thus should be treasured. Lie. '10'. of '1.. 37f.1t1111

they spared no one. KUT 'N CURL I1AUTY SALON ,..
The occasion was the 20th an
I "CBS Maunon I budget
t' Recommended tonight:
d+ ry0 All work .. } I
nlversary luncheon of the Anteaters tM One amusing sketch which I reports," 7:30-1:30: : EST"The Form O up tam-.se n up It t
Association. This collec<< u a. Un,". ASS in-n*
I seem to have read somewhere United States and the Two oprf 5lptlf5 by .ppt." riEf
tlon of members ha
some 5,500 ,
before, was pegged on Sen. Chinas," a study of one of our
never yet eaten ants, but ha; < SPECIAL NOTICES
sr G oldwater's I po t-election thorniest foreign problems.
lunched on- such things as beat
I for the
o from the Dismal Swamp, whale expressions of friendship COWl to cono mill V* ", I. W..,
successful Democratic team. It ''N Till CIRCUIT' COURT 0' FLORIDA, ol J. M. Floldi .,.. NW 33,4Blvd.
blubber from the Arctic, Australian I IN "NO P05 "L"CHU" COUNTY. Fnoni FR ,.,,!:W.
kangaroo and crab-eatlnf had the three of them chuckling IOHTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT.AT .

seal from the Antarctic. together over the stinging state- CITY' LAW OF' OAINISVILlf' t loby Sjlt..., CklM Cord AatR4
Municipal' Corporation
ments made in the heat of ora- IX iLLUT CARl OR
,.'llIon.,, I..n"
I The host Is L. Gordon Leech, ... or child In citonRoteroncot. Yrival.' Nerve
who also happens to be Prepared for the WorstRay HART ROBERT STRINOFILLOW, Phono IRILIABU 1.935,
bright spot was a 00_"" WOULD LOSS 10 co- let 0511.dr50 ," Ill fun tos, child to ......
of the restaurant at the National > IMININT' DOMAIN LAW NO moPJOCHOINOI In mT 55,05. 155 day's wll. drtit. "doll In knlh' they
Zoo The members seem Crowley Macerated Press Staff Writer, assigned number which had an actor NOTlct .11' .IN.IIT DOMAIN PINN 1551. tr.. N temS by and .0''W. wonlrlp.A .

be the 20th luncheon of playing Sen.-elect George MurIN IT MAY CONCERN t"k .wl'h.. m. .tyti/ns. IHI 51121N knit wirdrobo for 11V.
to Supreme Court Judges, to cover anniversary TO ALL WHOM .... portlot' loon modol I dolL '.11.... lairoclloni b
generals admirals ambassadors the Anteateri Association' here in Washington con- ond cltlmlng,to oil ptnom ony right. tlllo, biloroil hovlnfor 05.f child cart m my honoIK bulky owtottr, 114.. .
IN COURT OP THe NW ....... "". ".
I and In fact anybody who alders whether he should eat the cheese sandwich he IUOOC. ALACHUA. COUNTY FLORIDA. .....,.nwtgogo.".1. ot ,Itnd or othor horolnoltor lion to dncrlb.od or In'h. 4UI .Asa.......I Coll Mrt 110.CFoilor EZ.SR 54p5. "*

'can get up the $7.50 per lunch In the Hippopotamus IN FROiATIN ltd tho tallowing portom fop.,h.. >. .
brought alnng-juHt case-w try Rll (lion of ThI"" II.. gontl bl i lO'n' 'M
W I. FHIFIR' Docoowd.To with oil unknown clolmlng by WOULD Ilk. Ihroo children to Hill centtlv
wines. pattern odd
not counting Steak which wan the main course. vndor known who for In cloon, II '
oil Crodlltrt Sod Pant hivinglalml through or otriont "orlvat. homo Fool ooch .
This time Leech had provideda or Domondl ...In.' Sold [SINS: oro dood or who .'. not known. It bo ,.. to .como ond. talk' It mo .37 I05 4 eottem for flOodlltp lit oho, *>!
I You .... soN ol you oro horoby noilJod dood or lllvtl IW Ind Floco. .u,: w= :. ,. ",:'1.:
two-ton hippo from Kenya, wont lead it In; I will I ond rtqvlrod to ...... ony clolmi' Mart Robort "" "" .lIow. IndlvlAlllly, KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE N.'Krolt' 0...... 11'. O. 8,0 Ile I.
which or ."..., ol .,d .. T.u.'" linoor tho Will ot Thorn Old CIIoI... ,. "
Africa the main dish. He got ond domondi you 1..11. Now York t.
as "
I it In on a plate. [you moy .... ogalmt' tht ..,... ol ton I. Strlngfollow docootodITU Ooy. wook pr Month N. ... Ptlnf 0.1,0 PATT55NUMIR.
[ID It from an animal dealer. looked like dark colored I W. I. Phlfor, docMMd, lolo ol toldounly N. ,W.Third FlocoSolnoivlllo B4I Nw lih Avo. tn-ua IIAMI AOORIII ,ft
of the to mo County Judgt of Altcnuo Florldo ZOIl.
On the left hand ,
page beef rather tough. So' County Florldo. ot hit oflko m thocou" Lillian/ a. llrlnglollowITU TINY TOT
I menu Is a list of appetizers, calculated !. MUM of Mid County ., OolnotFttrldo N. W. Third FUctSolnotvlllo NOW FOR 1M9I 'Ml ....lrl-
correspondent put the .11', within ll> C......., monlhiof FlorldoLt PLAY SCHOOL; moro fatnloni Ition ..
to break down resistance Marl Kabart HmlolliM. Jr..
Cmrfr. .
sandwich back In his 10em TM tlnN N 555lnf puakaln ---- I FF.II poHomt tmbroldm,
: mil nollco.bo i ctcli, r. or""" ,td sad V.II so sod hx "", w1 dolli clo_ lond M
to exotic foods. There are and ate hippo. It tasted 14.11 In wrll.'.._ 014 MINI ..... 11 Quarry NdpSM, '...m. CSo.1. Zone to SOl Ith N. P0 S710L now "...loe..11 CalologVALUIf conn.-
'mch Hems as "beaver eyeballson the It looked. ,90Ks ol rotldonco 1 and port onlco od,. ChoIst, u a. ."'nu,.,,.... i CARS .. ''n'.n" and chlld'on In
way drool ol tho claimant. ond ....11 bi., 01'10m.. Panc4 y..d. NE II COMPLITI II ITFATTIP.NI
the half shell" and "anteater ._., to by .... claimant hit ogonlor Quarry H.lght. '.n.m. C...., Os Ton p50. In ...,..., now CMor
itew hunter style with poison a NOTICI OP INTUITION TO ottornoy, ond ony tuch claim, or aa: rtlmon, H... lIt10511wo CAll 37'1 atbt 50,1 ....,_... 0>PO><|.
M ..
mind not M tllod Ihill bo void loci N caNs now) 1
& Ivy salad and dust of golden lo PICTITIOUI toctton 16).01 NAMI. Florldo wen claim to bo Illod m dupllcoto. OIKoccomponlod .: Mark Ou.rry C5rIs11So H"gh"1Ilnl.lIo.Po.m. Canal. Zone It FEMALE HELP WANTED
,... by o tills. ot 51.50.
rod. '' toll It hortDy that 100 NQuarry
.nipn4' Roborl L. M...." and O. O. OANOY WATERS and Holghtl, ,...... Conol. long Sldorly, lady .In good hoolth will .
On the a U M.I. |
This Is a PATRICIA' Y. Help W. ..!
gag. .
page I Mnkor doing 1,45,... undori At 50KufSr. .. Iho Lilt Will on* Luclloi. Itrlngllllow, ot Mari hotnt. ront trio with rolloblo -
I i nomo ol Lynnt ColHurot' II T5.1s0 undor lIe Will olThornton mlddlo ogod 'lody for
14lh .,...., Toitomont of ..... ....,, MAN"GIII T""NIII, _
Aolnoivlllt Alochuo' W .. Phlfor. _...odSCRUBOI I Itrlngtollow, doeottH .. Alochut oaMmFART trl.. _
Flordt 'Inlondl lo roglitor, Mid' 4 CARMICHAIL' Attorntyl' illN. I. Flnlllroot opplteonniTmuif .
I TIMe Exlonilon' CI.... I li flit botl wgood "
nomo undo Oolnotvlllo
...Id lloluto. ma provlilono" of 3 II Flrit AvtnuoSalnaivlllo 1 I.FlorlooFrodorkk ItrlngfoltowIfll to 1t:1II Monday thru Itlurdoy. ......phvilcol,.. conditionond. Milo
"' FlorldoFlral l>tondlng Involcal with Frldoncolculotor. boekground !kwootlgotlon
ot Otlnonlllo, Florida, till m Oclobor it, 1N4 N. W l Ills AvonuoOolnoivlllo .
publlrotkm 110. ...... 11 prefer 0 4514. Apply Jock
Oclobor A.O., l'"4ROftIRT I ((31011 it:n, 25 i n:* 11 FlorldoMary than prior e.|. 5.5'S MMII MlrKel, 1134 NW U h
L. MIIKIR a ItrlnglollMml :::;:0,1"-v.: ; .. Riply Avo.AMBITION.
19 It. :n, It .. 11 N. W NIK AvonugSolnoovlllo .. M
[bI _idj 435_ t Calnoivlllo lin.
"OTICI TO CONTRACTORS Sandy Orohom. llrlngltllowItll LOOKING FOR .n Intoroitlng sod. "'.. MIOI' ....._.. PullerIrtltll
CALL FOR AIDS' AINMVILLt.' FLORIDA N. W 14th A..u.G.IiII..II'lrwld. .......t lob tolllnt' glltl ond
Look what'sgohtg | |, to ......, glvon Ihot looltd blot 55114' bMs will ... ....,... by Th. / Sroho.s out Ihop colmotlcif ot- time Company routo open KM oiloMltlHdperl In aimto.TKhora. .
rtcolvod by tin loart of Trui City' .. O.ItNVllle, P151d0" N 0,. (11111 lIrhro 1.51,1,5 1t".I1. Iho Unlv' Toochlng Hotpltol hat .... .
51110 S r 1001 .4 mon w.5
Alochuo Gon. .' Hoiplttl sill ties .....'.. Cantor. Auditorium, 3J!lull N. W uth AvonuoOolnoovlllo. on oponlng for .. tuporloncodtiliilody ,... .......... ,.
on1Vednesday M. on Novombor. 17, MM, ot tho .. I. Filth "' ....... up until I W .clock Florldo bitwoon II ..... 40 ,'.. 0045 C5/1 M '
of tbl odmlnlilrolor of Alochuo' P M., I...T.. W_.,. Novombor. 11IN4 Nancy Adorn ttrlngfoIlM of ... who It toohlno) o ...'m.... 11541 otter I o.m.
Hotplttl ,tlno..lllo Herat' at which tlmo sold placo oil bldirocolvod Ill NW l..n Avonuo. ont pMltlon. Apply with' M...
llmo all oo roctlvod, will will bo publicly, oponod Sod lOolnoovlllo. FlorlooTlno Wobb ., .Hip GIN, Ihop. 13-H.Ip Mal. ,..,"
_ tponod on* roM oioud tor rood aloud Mr nirnltnlng oil ",,'trl.,. LovIM ItrlnglollowH.ljhli
/ ... ond Mltilllng tt>. following and .labor Sod conilructlng shy following WAITRESS WANTED
I. N I
"' "' building ....!oct M OiinHvlllo, Plat. .. ... HOWARD JOHNSON I Rf ST. RirillD COUPLI to Ihro Wl*
Qu. on. Ctntl ZontWllllom
.,.,.,Ia biloctor lor mloctlonrlnto idOl Apply" hi ponen H3t: NW INN It oldorly gantlomon. Rent troi.Coll

FLMEANS rdlspa.us. ,.. con' d .m41s slit, Fill STATION NUMIIK PIVI 4 Ituyvotonl" T.. OvMAporhnont llrlngltllow" WANTED OPPIC ,104tfolss' loundort 4M.IM...11.or.., Floluiy VUH, J. L
I Morning"I tat. COMn ooutl to FOR 10-9 Must .50 5815 10 5.5. 5115 .... I
] ...1011. ._. ..... THE CITY OP OAINE5V1111OAINI.VILLI. Now Yor t, Now Yorklolly ......,.. In. to...... _.M 5551.OalGc111os ,. Rool ..,... ....ICI. noon
s p.tltltNen. may lit I FLORIDA' I. llrlnofollow N P. O. 5. 553, a.IM' ........
,. Iron dos MmlnlllrMor' upon Any bid rocolvod ottor mo opocllloo:'l 4 ttuyvooonl OwolAporhnonl "'lla Apply MARY MOELLERRNIt55
tlmo ond dots WIN not ... conildorod. IfrO '
'" roMrvM .... right to t>ol<.. loch old must bo occomponiod by .'I Now York I, Now York PRODUCTION ARTIST toll W. Unlv.Avo I
.. I. My NM Md N .led Icortlflod" chock ."'Ior'! cltock or bit 1 I ...... fllon Itrlngllllow,
Ill bl"'.. MN In Its 14gm0t bond In tho amount of 1i.. par conlol 1 4 lluyvotont OvM. Printing" tpoclollif, noodod tor lav.out MOTOR ROUTI 1ALIIMANCARRIIR
bo tor .... boot ,Inlornt ot .Hio mo .POM old ot 0uorontoo. "'., tho A.lmon'IOIJN dotlon' macnonlct of ort pro
'. .. will'. duction. No lino trto. Apply In Wl has tor ,
1'P ? It Owood4s Conlrocl ,, TOnS It. Now .... oponlngt Tronton piilg
''''' arnhom., CHilrmM within ton contocullvt colondor' doyl oil LIIIIM 5050. StrltsN/low porion IH1 .1... Poppor or _.... Oood oornlngi. If you
1a ol Tryilon or wrllton notlco bolng glvon ol SoON 4 Ituyvolont" OvMAportmont 0051115 Frlntln' C.. IOU ... Main, h... Ironiportotlon ond _I.. N'In
/ A 11 .Ward 5014 15'0 WIItIM C.5hKi your own 110'Wi'"
1! I;' ,ii'"Th' City ol Oan, ;iil"d; ;; .; York f IKNow Now Yolk WAITRESS WANTID 10 soN tilt,. Invoitmont. "/.... toll wry M.. f
In occordonct with tho occoptod bid. William T. llrlnofollow, Jr. ft'g/I'' "thllt 5.od ..,..,. Ap05' Copula, i Clrcul...... Dool., Oil"-
NATIONWIDE sod glvo eonlroct lurtty bond utlfclory Itu,...... OvilAporlmont SatSwltl I,.. III N' SIN doss. vine, tm710pm., UI.I4II out It .I N
,' to .Iho ownor III on omount tquolono 100 ,_. PS 45594.SOOKCEPER-

COLLIGI GRID I to hundrod For coot ol tho Controcl Now Yor* f. Now York 5. "...,. sop' ;/fdl.... stops 4=

.nr5 ad r5..w.. | KkbNO NodN may wlMdrow 001 old 1rp Jo-moo I. W I..Mrd 1I.'no.11ow7S Way '.nn...... ....",.... Mu.I "M M........ lucollont. rol.. Mrt4M.
.. .. dopanrfablo Jolts KllrorJNS
COVERACIAMUICAN tIod" thirty "yO oI'or Ins dots s.f aolnotvlllo, Florldolenry , 5.0.-Is by-Sf4 tor Iht oponlng _.... W. llrlngfellowM FLORIDA MOMS t guiF. Co. Wynmtno It Coos. I PI.
All work ihoH bo don In occordonco 101 I. M.ln II.Morley's I
I" .
.... I. W tlrd Waylamot 14-tdloi/ I
TODAY LAST 2 TIMES wins plant / contractlocumontt Os/ss0vllle/ 115140 Holy Wgntod-' )
.. Sandwich'Shop
(,JO Sh.w 7,00 rolotlvo ot proporod J Lrvlngitwi $Itrinoftllew, Jr.
K .. ,
MIKE by Mooro and 110. Archlhxtt/ onomlnodot 7S I. W Sold: Way T
S.. loth Lute At *:10 tht ollko of Mooro ond Moy, Architaclt Oolnoivlllo Florldo SALES I

iuna.KAI v vs. tor mia ,, Mo N, I. Flrtl Itroot Oamoovlllo ........ MurphrM Jtrthgltllow'I w.".... w.5tbdAw.poly" In 55550. MANAGER
I I. W "rd Way 'OIl w. ,
AND Only ono tot if ouch plots end eon.Irocl
O.I..svllle POn5. ."_.11I. t Invlront, .
documontt ail toms for biddingmoy .''ell.... Hors Strl05Nllow Woitmn Ctrp I
NATIONAL nQ bo tocurod by gonorol controctonby 71 I. W u,. WlOllnotvlllo .. NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? t.Tu Notlonolh ..eI:
''onl,. Stool //1e ...Ico o5 M. o4.N1110/ FlorldoDouglot M
orpoiltmg' fhorowlth' IN. Tho dopoilifrom Alnondor I In sfrlnstINw' There h MIN tints .. ?? year ontMllout compony' MM
mon tor lit __
LEAGUE STOR1IS HAWKE gonortl conlroclori will' bo rotundod I. W 13rd Way0510oavlll. zrxvsAfsrx" Is5 solos 1710015,1150. MM
upon Hbmlialon of o bono tldo bid+ .. FlorlddFARCIL Muss .N
.11I. Ow 001' 5
U ..... return. ot Mid, plant tnd controcldocumonto NO | &rzxrssnls" /r,1f, 1 .......1.. lllotl _biro
E91Ei1I1f1E ants11 In good tondltlon within ton North hall (N W) of 1""lock Flvo IS) 14 S.o't 551501044, ...
I Sups oRor don tot for mo oponlng ofbldo Rongo Flvo 15) of Mo Original' 555 susT7s ,_ 5_.. oolory, 050.
II tho gonoiol conh-tclort ..1.., ny of Oolnoivlllo, In Iho City N 4s. t
.. 2nt Hit ':30 moro shin ono tot ol tuch plots ondwocllkolloni Oolnoivlllo. Flor Wo. lying std boos In Oolnonlllo ".. or toll FR, .001. for .....01 l ,....'ow
MOM moy .bo ./._ by locKon pew IS), Townohlp Tin (III) L ."."h ond, ,.../ wrtl1
poylng i1. coil of "duplication. which loutn Ringo Twonly Ml loll. 01 ncoroot
HIGH SCHOOL will' not .bo tNUodaNla5s14s9n10lo0 UK' NOTICE. mat a Docltrollon, ofIn U M.I I. H.I, W.nt.j Oeo'1 Cs sVy Club
l=C{ .... molorlol tuppllortmoy 15/0p has 000 111,4 Iho ._. 055 N W h Av. MISmI P/0 I
COVERAGE by purcnoM drawing, ond tpocllu- '.." .. COUM by INS Fotlllonor, tho 555515 WAllUMAHU ,..... ".. |
5wrr row,5,0r A.wn., toss Nom mo orchiloct by paying, "Ing oumorlty' to how procoodlntt,. -,,- ai hr. wor_ "k.. 21collonl I'-W..k W..t04 Foo>oloragular
JOHN CLENDINDON ..".,;3t tno ml ol "dupllcotlon.. ot tho ruts ol 05 tht tailing' ol Iho ..... doicrlbod,. land ttomng saup.. retirement
\\ ALBERT FINNEY Cola w .051 500 ....,'... ...
100 It It lor Iho purpoid 'at forth In tho ,.tI" F'1 ans omiloyeo'
GLENN UNIY IIR .-- --to.:1... .or..ra-r w iM( MCI LULL m. ,., lOt 505 o4t1/ka1OM' plus NosO11ts' ,In Ml c....., ond Mot Iho Monoroblt on' till. Mutt bo o Mrloncod 1 bone.end A So-SW.UUA'L'. Ns, _.iN
7 TONIGHT ....-- 'Judos John A. N. Mop.o... ono of Iho hevt Flo II...... Willing lo .. weld 110. day's osro a
5 uOUIII"1 STARTIFIIOArRIOCONCHOS I ,bMdort witiincoiiont mutt bo MthIho Judooo of mo Clrtull Court In ond for Is..'".'" ?.vl"n. >och ..... F". tTtWIWHITI :word. Ss SM'550tK
JIM KELLY SURVIVAL! .' I I /KN .y N .... _. n. 551W SSbrwf 'INS tm Judklol' Circuit' ol 101..., will' R,11ep4", .. Na A1A. ... 0.,_
right to wolvo mhxmolltlot, In on 'on Iho II doy ol Novombor If44 0 tun. woniM h N __
JACK KORAN ibid. ond to occopt sty bid/ which Ihoyi ol II 1* ",Ioc.. Std 0.5'
: AM. to bit Cham.bor NATIONAL taro lor MI5 ... ....
---- -- ,,.. "nn -. ... "
to bo 'to Iho boil ,puMIMoyor NI-- bi .mo Alothuo County CourmouMol I" ., Land/ 4151 Of 551 555 ....
DAVE IIRKOWITZ .5'. lId N oohsMy. std all OoMoovlllo 'Ior..... comldor moPKodlngo loco e .bobthml/y..... AN 534 tr, No to.111150 It II w .... 374210CNIIfnAN I seas
IVI 5.0054 McIC''_. h.oN.
ond Doclorotlon of Taking/ op. a,1 .... .... .
C II Of ..
| OOMOIVHIO te0to5.1Ina
KINO CaJt { g teals hOOIU 13131111,11, it ,low mo.All Court portloi Oiimi to orapor Iho tuff punvont ond oil to' 55.5 hood .l/5/log...-. yy. -_wM 5,5"/" .55C.....,.5NO M world...Os'No... 1wM No
JJM age 451 51..5,14 0.5.r ass 110 ...... J0N.etW//1, fla Dar, ass,
5150 of 5w Nm, old 51105 dM11Mly, 550 1t'l..Q. RSewy
ci'Di : P1.
o--... 9. ....
sr/p YOU. AND EACH Oil' YOU 0.o 5a. N. 5
WHIM .. .
Ny c_ N 05050. N / W"ter Iou_. Mwbo tool. ..v.rLR.aj. .
enewer lo .... Petition Nabs m/05 on 4551 y lit ps5. 5017, S II NI, eta 0utw sens5nl, Mt5
\ DINING (I ModernShoe I :'in Ihli couio M mo obnro ontlliMI Court mod Cools,1lYya 15 W. U.... .., MI,1....R.uN. L .... SSA' LM.
*. Li.s..iiD f1 1
1 IWl day M Doc"".... uVICI WORK:
Repair Shop 1- "** *.'. l"1.. ""nttroit. or"ono. A55 n to ... NI55 55ro55 .
DANCING I you. or Sot ol you. boss 'bi ond 110........ N.rlNp o1Ny, tI.-lit It 17 Wit" W.1Ito4 M...
I to mo obovo doicrlbod Mrcol ond ohow ,., P55w 5742111
MACHINEGUNCAMEKA Hull Attached :MUM why mo tono thould not bt lot. ...fw55k. Or eOLORltD: lOT. 11. WAor. _.

SIKHSEDDIE J mmsitylnnCOCKTAILSi 5 Mins. :m"M me.or Fotlllon mo. .Mot Illod. ond NosMo purpooM. lot forth HEAVY TRAIN EQUIPMENT 10 0/lSNf oleo. _c"t Khe51.: WsM, NSNy M

WITNIII my hond ono tool of Mid
CLOSI-UP PHOTOS IJO TONIGHT i l' l ssr TrASUBURBIA ..,"1 Soles I:A. ? &. *. "* .., M *n y.bor, -"iiw.w CMaNkMls: IL II So.....l. > I..........

!ClOt, Attached I J a. CARWKMAIL ... -,M
by BEVERLY (..... ol mo Clrwl Court A55 ts-.. .5s Mwd4aysotsl WILLTRAIO S6
15 Mins.At Alochuo County, Florloo 0..m 55 sooy, WI

DAVIS LEWIS HILLBILLIESI I (COURT Deputy byt MALI Imlly'...WotorlMMOo ;UtlM.oN....tI.... Peon SIR Owe tI,-.;1.... T.-55.ap5=. .= 5 .,11, 'N:t'::

TOMMY M tho ., Coos. b ..
DRIVE-IN Two Locations .(lOTal 1 ISIS, It n, If | 551,5 m. PN/N M. 505. w w. 5a51a 5155
tor 5 lalptt1f C. '. 55 attoo ,
0. ass 105/1 .
1620 W. Univ. AY '.. 04-050055 Pla biro 555 551 ..5/N..w,
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arR THEATRE Carolyn Plate ",.Yr 551ti.. DSPEN5AILoSka polo sow wiz SM5..guIpnw1j".''Iy. .roo.. :I:= _T.".. r0SNA wa"'_sloe

FR 6-0315 and W .....Ione. In 50511.55 555 a195.wnst .... STATE B VA

I STARTS TONIGHT 7:00: 101 N. M.I St. fP ow s.Nw.1.; 5441' a55..,fmw.sF. ::iIo=-APPROVED: -

\ CANDID COMMENTS Opp. lit Ndjf'l tank \ 500 SoN S. NN4tts.I5 45+4 Cont.,5,5o M M -op ." Cloo5.il"*..,.

IY COACHES FR 6-5211 I ...... .. ...... :

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i WJXT JACKSONVILLE k \ 5";J.lJaTd1 [Iit -z;'JWW 1 &ICi.cSTAtTSTOMORitOW ins!, 1, 1965. New building "i"l; ....

signed -ow for m HE
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L ORDER YOURS S a LAST-IECKn-TIMES TODAY lease end office 'layout pomVifUi; See

TODAY -...--- Roy Pu"il ot 200 NE First St'H' (

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W.dn'.sdoy, Noy.mb.r 11, 1964_CalneiyJlU Sun 15 I
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II LOTS fOR SoUl IS HOUON Iw Sol IS Hauaaa Iw Sol.
IS H..... lor S.I.. It H.0... fr 3.5.CTTT5WW1D IS H.uiot fir Sl

..... '. THr.. .... iIi".'''. n c. .... "SO DO"' .. 1 ." ....me "t I .. ...... ,. 101........ Sp" "010 ... ,
denNr NN WN1aN, I. CSamlrAtril. .sear, 157 Nero, Sod Jr 5l5a.IloalL slew, .... demo Iftd 54 Mr > to. ". ,', Cta. I yn. oM, A.EATO.3.ATH0. OWN" MOVING .IIIUI .n
A R WL II A Jill Rr' TIN. NM III Sits Inroad bIe.,.... 1.11'N' c.. OcaiO Ce11s1, 11I.1111 built, in Oil, oceuponcy by Chrinmot i ]01.1.. N. C..I tool. unuouol Cyprou ponolln end.
: '\'t''II1'III( I mi. 13111 Av M1131.iij KM Yawn ond MWmo VIl' bullga, 1110/155. newly dens.ga ./ DM155, 0110N11N1, MreHNII.aI.
NS'0 IN N t Ie'" lad 508IYk.s .i.-cc..... b .
1'1 to I. Eo T t ASE. Ie 001010. CSM. IID DOWN. pal n5. AIoo Porn It N deslrl4 0.R "Itt.e... /N 'ulll I. .11", 1501 ram,
CLLR BRLD N SHIM ... ....'.bI.. Gdll 11II. S kwottlni HAPMNBSI 015.U, L01 IIIIIICH* Homt My =,'.Iw.r IMAM IOM,NttyVd a'S Jr., N 1331Mu l NW |>h Tor toll-OHM. I'...Ie. ..1.. C'II 17130, 1445 IIW weed 1111 550'. PR. 1557 1-0321.P. K. Ya1.Ind .

6 I. A L III i05 51a'asn. 3354335. turn M *h) oroo byAiACMUA 0111 A.... 371.101.SY lwT'i'iI.O; : Ol ippllonco > 1:11.: Avo. -
ACROSS 29.Lumber. I ) 0.. .
lonchotto n I lames I d MOWil. INC cornlorllh" kllchon' timlly room NW Ulh II I II horn InWes QUALITYNfirthwott
1. Check m.n'.boot I. 0 t s P A T I I't II Town- rL NN 6 M Nwn mono 1'oou OWNI* wry .*. w110 1110011, amplm15 an/751 Pirh, UJt down ad Vt
... Medal Homo Oponlno iun. tarn ocnot Mrooi trom wn hoot k olr COM. ww c.rp.1, Ioc.'..... Llvln room
I nil ovorlooklnf L. Wnwboi every ,., Ind N will Pill NV 1110r
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5. Poli.II 30. Dacriba: ALSO ARM N L ow *. Prlc. arooily roowcodMARY (ram I P.M. I P W. bagIn l lMm Jr H..... Msy II 514 r ..... Hmcod bock void 4 a .I mo. Photo Fa ?MJus ". and orncioui dinlna room, I
9 Muducal' 33. Side by side REALTOR AuouM ... Ull N.W. Ftonwiro PIN: or Ir*. lomlly homo I Ll ir Tirmi U4.IMI, Ull NW llrdAvo. I I..*. __.. Ponolloit lam.
T t 6 I C V ,. 1)M A MOELLER. C rail with, o* oltwr I X tT A 14 X SI', boll with NW uih It I I* homo mwort Ny room Cmlrol Moot .
; :. 1LCondult 36. Heir lilt w. Unlvonlty, ..... .1' 0154. hOl' Nr.NSN. 4 ... b./0I, I Pirk not down ond Mpor ItlMlni, looutlhil, / ...AIr.Ctfto
11.:Alankaa S7. Corrdattvt E' T A i' t P U .R 0 It MI44MLAaai I.ure55/F 11051. "YOU 5 ban buy PoII IT Ivan I till Ir*. ocroonod ...../.. ownIn COLONIAL m, Phone Fl I NS, WM3I1

mountain dnellher G O. B R OMulituI 1.11 In N TlMI' Ink modou lltWTI on wIMMwo TV *........ WW I GLADYS SMITH Rtoltor
t.J; DS Mellon wxitrd odlocont, M cityhmiti your lot. .caipoiir. .,._ cwiloini' vono- Now I'1 itory 4 *W>oom I ... 'III W. tMIo. .rary,
:: 13. \'lJcou. 38. Plod t I) 0 O. A.. t D: Anlbstance wnh ..- nriott, SaO r, nan kimdt, rug t ill hMlonwllh homo in N. W. aoctton C..I I PARRISHPRESENTS FoVtAai; FAMILY"
U.1Ilulloa rlo loll ovill.wo IN NIW5SNRY 155. 'CO Home 5500.. >oi noitort. Mull bo hut and air" e.e.Men/M, "built.In Peeped '
.. ION M t A" city witor. AIM' largo tar ON by NrltS' 54.0 5 0500.r arts to bo ooproclotod" Prko tale .11,_. p.idnrny, ConitnictIMtt 0* SMALL lOinilTYllko
: 14. Monad 4S Stream on WIIKO Recd K" il I .II. .510" III drom..
10,00 on Nana el 110O down w.L0. Rim Him For INml II JfUMI M10U4, now
r" 15. Gameof 46. Smack Il": ,. A S S L T. north ot Iporry Down poymom .....,.,v. In 1508 Mn, loron Wlnlor, OK-ICI IIItr _. Of __ Four 141 botti horn ,In oKtlloNorlhwoll
and torma orronaoil.CollV I P M all Soy ..,........ Mcotlon. BlOoa.

:;: l'tih':1C'T'r: ::::: pong SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PU22LI Mscana A mrtoy_J70.IWO 1ele., HUE IDe..!.. MdrMm.on ,lor.o. fomny comor tol.to rom. ... IJY NOW AND WORK OUT_THI JWK ATTP.ACTIVI bodroom, I blth T...... N. W llrd Cl

0551. ..1",..._. eosanl.M DOWN PAVMINTond homo control h*.tln* ond air .,_ e.0.. ..._ b drwm.w. .
: 19. Hold r. 48. Ipecac J. Clrl'/ akk. L Annual u RAILROADSIDING othooK and -..... 'HftnoncMf Storms to hmwtty wondld Sill conditunin. Oood seer loco. ball Soles 55.N5t50.nlg
= the hand Tho Jomoi Compiny.Phono NS'Y UtISIP _.'_ .. Torso 11 ntor H.*r* tltho Ichool, ram. PI,1iK, 113.011.
.. source same wind. LOT ]0.741. arm lour bodroom. all led two 372-8M T.0m, N W. UrI CNemer /.
.. :30. DIb. hla\ 49. Moakey S. Heroic 9. Swus Ayer onto Incudln *rk. 0000s. IAIQI PAMIIV, "Kilt Iho horn 4
:- HAVI tin* eomnwclM, M wWi LOT OWNIHt I I IYM IP LOOKING loP I horn not bodioomt I H'." lomlly room, ,still Yoder e10.
lonloil M woitwood lit.loi.VUIIM 'on 055.
...' prIeM 50. Percale .. Pone 10. Attempt J A railroad ildlnt Will tnct balls' eon hwo ..._ homo with to ochooii.. All iiiy ....._. kilt o houwi Sands FlorUicontrol childroni playroom. llropliro Inllvln .... I
2f. Rag1litoae sheep 5. Convrned Im wit ixunt Dive ..iium, 1171 Sovoro toot undor mot tar ,.. 01111 all 1015 Sds511siatMrM 021,151. :W.x3714: Cl I
16. Make room booutllully Undid 011. N
tory WM4. K ....1'. .kilt HIVI. > loroo bod'....... let ot N w. :mh Orlvo an* N W. 5.4,50,05. 11 NIfl5 ,110. .
2. Hollywood 51.Consider 6.J.p. salad fien9'worka.plra.t 1"11 bolhi* ...._" Comtructlon. urn Was Con Vht, duly or Ira ........ IIre01Kw dIoiM loam N p.4
L.... weeded loll In Wvtril ml 17.1010 ....,, ... .. iMUtltuI Acrl Lila N. W. 3374
DOWN plant 18. Everything 011 or OM .. olr hMl, oulilIn psn5Nd noil'will I55 IXCILLtNT MrlhMil ,...11.., CI.P11A01.
.28. Coal 1. loduoemad : dial slot.FO1OYCI kltchm, OlIN .....11 Mfchcobinoli HIOHlnNO COURT ", .NO" byownor ImdKOWdot mil I Soiree, tloroln orch
7. Immerse 22. Draw t INC. .... ....
/ 084 ""' milk sirnill M
ASOOCIIATII. "lin may moro rotrl'S. a. "kulll-kvkll. VA homo prlcod M loll, with Sac i 400. 0' 140111 MODIL. .
game tNW, UnW. ITt.1134 Iv_ Monthly" Mymonti Inm M UOO Down mil por mo loll loud Coll tor on opoolnktnont MymM/ and bnm01sl5' ..000eun.lr. Quality and ....lIy. .... .-

;e 1 t J f s" y .7/1' p r 23. Typesquare -J7TJ40I.kouw mall. II" IullSer, Ino, NI. I4lti Or. Phono lr.ot7tWATID lOCATIO N to SOON sue, Itila A1101 ono 1105 lon' ..T.,..0 S.TNOUIIP

14 W.Hrfr. itIUMMCII Pr.p.nly 554.1/1 111010 Ha. 10017 sOMs1M SLACK ACI1, ",..IIIon.1 I bed'rae'0 N 4.3141
iT la /I' 24. Spring ..."" ..- M 0510,15.. bell SII,1.IK. t 51111 ....... ..',. Ilvln5
IOM M. nlco noifinorhood. .alrN .t. 11mO.d .VON alt ,
HOWl room, loporoio lnlna. room, torn*
... ColoorlimIN
25. Palmyra ..... RlvirLlrg W midv. lot PHO.Tonrw. Sod gm 5s1510. lly roar wit flroolico, l lrxodorn < LASSITERREALTY
I. IS Al mouth X I." FP.ONTI K11aul and lIbatiON, male'
I" then woltor, .... .. In*. Ph.Gorogti built In klknm Coln r t
.. I M. CO computely ....- ... I both C. 1. Oroctanhomo ear .... al I KM Won 114.LUXUklOUl ,.
2. Monk.- fumllhld' I.... llrlplac, Act with ....iHlli vlow ol liy IN Mal.
[7T I' em to Mil t lr..H ...l.r rlinlnfrltfwriniifll M Arm bodroomt and lrihorgwood
hood 'INIIIPINSIVI I bidrosm tuna
piridiM WymrTOUHHI. lam. 0111 45515 M S F
II Having Plww F. Mill IM COl'NOUS' core. ....n, ....... Naam1,N In sped 0041/lee, .51154 IA ,.
W. / .1/ .ZI IS 2dII ; .wtll Gab PI.! A wry lint imall ....... If. rmi, NaN Conito'l 11I I o Moot Mr homo kuirnou, OLIN IPIINai AHA lor**
YOU ASKED[ I or. komMOBIIIN ,......, llvln, ki a *ulot NW 4 Ixlroom I both homo on lord
OVIR N KrM N Has Nato nw I' 7 31 SI.Bec.ue52Aau. ond rooomlWy KICK. It NIW UtTINd Aimoit now I twd.room cailKiiDI doubio lot 5555.
3 r'(in trwt. AIM' I Poi. II'MO.liviaAi. I H'.. .....rlil. ....,teI m < 1'". lar.. II win, tiro.piico. .
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fillhvd hflum with daN nntfpump ..."..... with and alr. oMltlonod homo M ,
4 I bull. N. W C* Jollt MOUIII wrorota diiiin* room a
r0 1 JI st. tomedS4. 051 Many win OIl loot lwimmln ,..1. IMMOM n PHA tln.eoIrO Nr 55.1 ,.'".. 101 I m 1040 WlmMrlyln Florida, room Douoio larHrtoiiiNmuM. .
Namu 7t. sal J.55117, "t, P" Inu1L (awls :: 5551.01., .wile demo = .t.* lullMn biKhon unlit, S e I.4. es1SWIM..
fOR 111o5 S"K .
eowPOUT 501 104011" MYma15 .
... JJ Ilf 31 K 0 3.5bl Sw/mmhg/ WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD I I I Mr I both, homo on W 'U.7T ale ihoi all conimy Mmto VNIVIIJITV AC.". Now ...... MING POOL CCI locroilhinhouu
,... luhdlvlilMi' ot Pit Now
irociililKo' D Mil til N IHh A.oa. iioo mtrktod anloll. wiih I4 bOoS
I" r I" JI .. 41 59. Taken :'KI' PP.OPIITIISAt r. *: call lor ....... Fo od ....... ln"ino kill u.VJ. .. FHA rlnincln rawiroi .nly"
AOI I miss N.. ot MMrOM.o J.W.KIRKPATRICK cwnoro MV OultliW city 1100 Down OH. elms totll.Tllol .
heads O7NI. SNVISTMINTWRIN05b! lUnlli Ihul NO CITY TAXII, or"" 1017" 121,.... 0flew0

di 4/ 4f 4S 40.]ovtality $ Mo. Iumber Si Sell SOlid by INS.IIIOS....palolrnMONLY.. CIII lito
M. M.
i 14' 4 .$ b.ILIJ1I' IS HUM lr Sol. .II'to
f I 14' dots H N. Mum II. plus F* IHWAltOCIATII YOU ..U'O' .UILD
MARYMOELLER two II to yourwlt to lot ui
41 J' r p' 42. Tea Ploy. M.thioion, Iron IwinoHCopt PARRISH Imm you mil ,Inoo 1 I* I loin
I I 43.: Fruit or aL.. FREDARNOLD 2 & J bedrooms 0. w. aooco u>N, PM homo with' 1I01'. H llvln*
(sobs Kitkiind' IM trimn'
Par Hmo :23 ..In. AP 10101-"." U-II 4/r.:Uncookedk -- - M. A1VX-IATII HIM Howt. INTVliovno Arlhom wj.&rLK 1 %

REALTOR Pal r M Pirrlih oroto 01 Po'mlly room with,
FORDYCEFEATURES :1yn.' : Mill Itroot II_MM '1'...... II,* modorn kltcnonwllh .
bulllln' itov, wa oitn.wnnir
REALTORFLORIDA S & corporhPloittrod lilt W. Unlvonlty' 0... MCKINNEY disposal. C I NTUL
wolla Pl. 44471MambN H*"T t AlrKONDITIONINfl,
II 1e ..I. b 15etwaeie. 30( PITS ft SUPPLIU il M. iI. H.", .. Pie Sal.HIIICrOal Formica cobiiMit Mu11i0...LlatlnpAN.Cidl. GREEN JUIT altlllCID Onnd M bill lormi.
... ... Bullt.lt kilchtntTorrono I W. M15nN ,..,., K15Nr 55A1NA515 0.... (ON'
Nina ICHOOL U"' rORiO011" _. at.. '0. L' "" I )0 11 PARK OPEN HOUSE DEATON
at homo, froo _'''. Amirkon IN War Old ml'" Seis.nabl. Ispd '"1101. rolled CMIIna floort CIIaIII 46.fN.d, ...IyN'$27S00WN 0r101NNM 110110. Coll IJO.IUI
School, F. ilt1, JockoM.vino. ..... sins qulty all IM* ovor aovmonti Ipucllo1 I Nro.m. I Mill 111500 o Bath vanllltt' /.Nullsl Iv,. 1an155 ... IIALTOIIICRIEKSIDI
PII : 311.714. ol M4 err mo. Phor V* 10 half an *50004 III. "..... wined SRhlINWralip 4M Y.114'10N.05 na por ,mo th 1IN
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... All city ulllltlM NW. iwet
oMI I N P M wend 11,0,5. nntral ht.l, po 1 bell 010 M tI .
Peal Estate Exam BOB WHITE QUAIL .HM FtorUl room Mraploci, M S Sidtwalki wan. duNnvulr. OI.,... II,.. Thno a a. t b.lh CI Homo i iith NoiTHwair toco.Horn
Ordeal ....11. It >l loch BUTTSMOBILE llvlnf, room. A lint Mme m I pistol 0.s. .anal/1551. Carts III N.. Ichool Will to will Torroioo ,.... Nminfwlndnwv .
COUF.il ... Llvi. trkod according to ,...,,,. ....,Ion,. Prlc P'..... I kodroam mownry. homa with' 11015 hors U P M. ... II... ..' ./ FlroMoro. romoowy OK T.I.I ark* IIJ,
k ATTIND First IOIHM 402.110555504IaIlne," OM "_. cor art ond Postal ?. al11615. W.NP1Os..011. pr..od Oood llnoncwtEXCEPTIONAL .... Mull wally CIA.OP .
MI* NW isle M Cell inim Florid. HOMES INC PHONE 372-3522 $11,250-$12,550 5515 lord, ONLY tlM down O" IW. IJlh It. to M...,. Oil C.II NV spgw1110at PI5lilt

MEN PEKINGESE PUPPY NW 13th St. at 6th St. For ipoolMmwl K wo mil | SK(. NO CLOIINQ con **"* 17115b( 10TA15. CALL

GET A MAN'S JOB CON IALI 441 N at City Limit room .homo with hordwood Hoortnd Alii Molly IMu/ our.odI ed'ubie 0"....YIN B bodrMllt IN1rNl boN Mors And ...1I11y orl .IMOIVIOUALITY... koynom ott VALUI 378-1521
OPIMTINOl lulldolwl, Orodorl, Cell Fl ...,.. otlor 40 '.M. Set ui for bit buy In Golnii- Florldi room .In btoulltul kit ono far old I ...11. Nan '.ll 4 or I Mill homo ........... .
Orollnoi.,, iKknooi 4 ttioponlont villo. Ask for our apKlal d,.. hilly londKipod to) Prlcid ilHim Y/11Nsrll, .. An Mcopllonol bvyat wiinut _...., SUBS. II'....... ThrM I a I bolh homo M sisal.Lot
mSPIC doannarrnafad
BOXERTOPSAKC 0411 NOfHwoil nolohborhonri
lot Wo will Iroinyou '"._ fowl .. looa M.
ol .ac
< count price W. cannot and 03 to err InMga N _""" Poly Into lot wllh booullhil, m.tuclrmooory. Myrtlo L.sllsr, 1546105
....on ii_our W.IN.' pun VA Mclntoih HI 1111. will not b* undersold conud- tel 'HA "Wpso. $$100 cash VA 4 kotfnom I both alder t ...... n'IN'CO sod 3'IJ'uniouo, Hoor pies CIII Homo nowiy war Mm, I :10101 54.1,15. A.15.n1S
ASSOCIA rED TRAINED painter' bird ..., IIV05 Icing. quality. 111.1 1ft II' a..III..cNLY CNAl1 ._ hMw nn N0 ond rarrlforotormtiwdod 14 ImFURNITURE
NIAVV IO.UIPMINT ICHOOLI sod ".11., sl,. 7aa1 lid Pr/0. AND SPANImmmloto 115,010 wllft 11.101 QQWN. AM __,...... Ysu'N I0.. tole 1N It purcnoio Pfho olKM .. 101'1.1.11'
23 Yn. Sorvlca, Exparlinc .
: ..... N
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alf, Finn >l t-n, Ml N w. I bodroom hall In era. C.01 01* 1551 ell D"l' I s 011
Sill W., .KENNEDY,.ILVOTompo 13th Avo. OPEN AM w- 8 PM collonl Nor'....' ,...11... Mt* OUHIX bodroom loorlmonliwllh 01111 WII".......,. NrNa.0.goal PHA win, mynuntl ol
a pea iHte
'tr .1. CLOSED SUNDAY dn..n to nmtiod., *HA Miyor olMO monmlv, Incomo ol lll.Lmo4 Imoortod won. h> won .... allot oor ononill lmH(4ll>. lomand
vf MINA wants II to H .. train In err mullli 'liKlvidln' tint to HU lor |i .wa. p'" IHO .... N OMUlllul loudKOFln "Ionium*.
5SW15h CIVIL SERVICE 12 Mobil Hon'.. for Solo and "' ...ne.. ....., rNrINO CHI Fordyit 1HIIH.FORDYCE UPHOLSTERY
'7 Iw i.--- For ntormitlinKiy U'O" Ylo lol 55. lit lar alp ..... dl511asa.lr.. 0'--' sr4A $j 395P5014 J sn f A LOVll't ..... 1114 GOOD INVESTMENTA For lop *>*,IIIV' worhmoiwhlt.
1.514 Ken'.. adore I Plea N. I. 4) FT I bidroom Trtvililro fine, unity bl MMIl : Aopron- { unlllne..._. 5011 Sato p,1. w151w' 01 IS. ..oo' ropotlv ........ HI I IIIUnl ""
...... $1 1011. : tram : Ltmlrt' control Mal, INN
.. 111 W wry nko "'_ No Ookn : City A.. with a lit trontoM 1TMI41
.T'I: ::: W ./ W 0P511urlnS PROPERTY wllh moose
Adomo I*. I or fl5.01Ne. plN15. 174XX4FEDERAL 5.IsII. BUSINESS fomo4 M oon* M n. in dram COli" .
NV ef0N11mM/. N yew 5L btareslad "N. W tiinpM ond hoil turn boouiilui.ly O AS50CIAT 'NC. I toll fir ill pl'liwiorl' H"dMl. CAINIJVIUIUPMOUTIHr
t". INOSTNAND INGLIIHCF11 llti Itrrol. wo aro orltrlnf: sIns / [.ndK.pod tot, llll THAN 0,... PoOyaNVslat. .
5.rvka Tr.lnln5 QUALITY Martin, Nllkresq w.* 100 ..nOS H wrgNad. D. .ltATI CONSUITANTS
... ..,,.. ASSOCIATESI. IM h w ,tIll It
eau' CI. HOMES INC. 508 A P1ra Man05. tllll 4VIIIIDI4 on roquoit. BOO.JOHN 510 10,150 p151005 055,511a.r.fl Fro* ItllmHOk-PH. W and
MW 1etm1ay Hawaut'I lullnNUnhr. .,. NW. 55. Oaln.avlll.PR O""dIII waoey 1x155O Frld Any Joyno lullorworHlCol .
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1 Co11as. 1IS w. Av* I SIll Wall Je4nosoe.Mn. 111.513 C. .., Dodl,,,y Ow/5 t

PI 43107 ARNOLDREAtTY EDWARDS, MERRILLRealtor IM W. _Unly. __ __ 315-1104_ lllllnd, ., _.
2T Fold b Fortilliorllrmuflo WYATTTrailer "SERVICE HAS ...IIL TOUR

COAnAL r.iy ... Kblotor llit"m MomMrIIH
N IV' Hn I9>.M par MnWo Sales W. Ul.>. A....... 1)1 IMAuoclllou 2909 NE 15th St. MULYIPLII (1171110CHIN.
will *.lw dollvor. Call W lordfllvlrod BAIRD MOBILE lint Cildwol. PI 1.140As10C1AT5
.rlci PKono oil tin, Jim tMword art Kommo 376VJ97I j
Homo 4
Doll Crolt IntorirlHO ln.., HOMES Orals an..ln 'or41 .p
,.._... MoOilo HomooIKoito W. Homo Jimmy
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ond AlrilroonTrovM > N Oral,
TrollonOciloi This Week'sAPPLIANCES
21 Uy.. *ck Supplies First Moan HomoNORTHWEST Phono Mtim Ml Ml 1 WMOIILi 1! '
0.510 line. 114 .. ... /
--RUTin.'! IPtCIM.Hon > 1723 alls.7 'N/ton' hod. MOM IPACII
ell 10410 1171. I I vr old PhaS .20 1151 AVAILASI.PrNtne ERE
WMih mad*. nrtt "'" Ph. HI- Oral, PI. Me5/15 Nato Psr4 HI} '
1m yviniiion, Fia. MINA North on 441ChorM
.. Mimi.. Mgr,
tor P* .... old toll on or liar 1701 wnoo load N'
Niwborry lid. ,.. in.04 1 1.1C At Film ton 11.MIll KING

CALVeS boot brod IILM ,...... MOSILI MOMS
C..I.... Dairy, ,_.. Inc. "_ 12' WIDES .211 w. 'JIll II.I1W3I1 .
11Io.... Pia.r .
Call .'.Im _
2 BR under $4,000USE
Intel paur logs Nr M.0bNT 711051 OUR
Inn In and M w .eetste eew RENTAL PURCHASE Mmlolo* 1_ I 4 I
you can d* Ihli |lot with CFAConporotlvo PLAN _..... aralle M.r FUN
Mllll" 4( ,., COM floor punt f year nnoncM. *
Pert Ma.0.IMK. L_ bnm0lals dmw1 ,"*mOP ... DUoS' out ....ay. I mils hutliot
10"11I. M AIKhu.Ile TOTAL COlT Oilnonlll on U. t. 4 IIW 10fl 0/. CONTRACT WILL II LIU
". ."". NI 1110 ApP, Hnonclni ...11..*

paIr UA'l" Mils .r OWNIH, booutttvt ....... tot, SOT"M
1 K'.1. NN MNna ell and On It ll,1m1N5.1.A, IM II .... Mo arlvlM o t.e LARRY'S
-' yam tan CMr4Ntt. Kavst555 H.iSbN' 511/1' IM .'.. IW
Onto .....,... all a'Mdnrs 43rd 7.1---:
122) W. Unly. A...

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Mortjl9. IrollfIUf 5.11. 0.M etrl c:
IN 70VM ,.... M.. .' 11015.
Nrb+ MOPTGAGS MONlYP 'iu'; :; : .Iit'J',
all Cal "b ....... TAMS IIIt yawl DUMPEY UIojIVERilTV: INN
.... "Int Silas 081 NW 5301 N. CflNri Soul 55555. _._
SOIL IIFINAMCI 0It ..... 'II 1& PM. J iAoiai 'IuNH ba 'W Coc..1 Nat I It ,. I 44.IMES

1017Ass' O- c:. ... I4ARMU 551 N .51110. ..._ het .514x1./5, ,..... SIad S.rNM 101 ,YW r I. 50017 .. .
Don Byrd PH 176JI7Jw. c-_ .. '14 t A M. N Ms.r M5rW1
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I $ *J* Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up oxtra CLASSIFIED cash Porto* to person ADS ads are far non commercial users. soiling f'4haJ'.l'th I d

1 10 LAYS' 4 UNES m. at ring$100 quicker or loss action.with tho selling/ price stated In I ho ... No additional I costs for ads that require the full 10 MS No r, t

DIAL 378.1411 A" Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

IS Hum* for Sal' IS H..... tar S.MI. IS H.... for Sol. IS HMUM for S.I 15 H_ fr 5.1.hrwcCurwoion. 45 NmliKW. Apr. 51-A ,W...*. T. 1.55N7VE3SlTY II W.-4 to IvyWANTED

GUI.I H"MMOCK 3 ... I bath uwrnosi 10111 JIAiW1II Iuv DiRECT '0005 5UILP0-W .. I eons I
fro_ V A. Pool typ,... pmokIn AT LAST NW ncllon. tor Hit or .IMM.Phont prk* roducid, no ctmmlulon. i high' ,Imd with Mo' HloNwoy 4-NO.1.dolls THE TIMEIS a oitmtntiry ROO'. GARAGE Knotl Ap and,. -...viluhopping Noan. IR or I IR homo P.0105200'to .... fwlongtr 5 I USEDOFFI[ E SAFE
CALL Fit 68269.
flood hunting faulty' md H Htll IR. I .bolnt kltchtn oqulpood, Ml Ills PhiMy Ana.Unhjrnlihtd .
(IIY DIMANDI oot m ttitt rood Hi.' i| min, C.... Jtloutlo. fron, porM
OMumt ppymtntt lTt-4211. OCAIA WocH I IP., I "btth kg.oponbMm PHA or VA lira NI lOIN Tor. from Oc.,. md M nil',. from porch, 141 tnt inMM.IMICIENCY 1 .p IN IIM furnlihod COIN WAN1I"
REAR HAWTHORNS ROAD Hugh Sdwordl, Inc., hit roturntdto I colling' ptnoltd! a.... rlugh Sdwordi Inc Pt-rwi Ovlllt Owntr moil MI fetim up to IIM Plow PR, 4-Htl All US. and ttrtkjn. Mlvtrdtllvt
1 ft. 1 .both' CCI homo w........ Nortnw.it Oilnnvlm. .big I fomlly room with, "t.w AUTHENTIC COLONIAL trontlorrod 111.SO, :'. Cal: NOW. apt. C,.... "guM mdbuilnoH : o>t. 1751 or Plttr t P M. PR proof NotS and 1035
wood floor* tllO ....11', ptymmtlMS WITH Won Irg. ........* .bocK Yard Otrgoout whit brick etlmlol' InN L H. Hoik' M.not laYs Mttr ..........bI. Most tor Wan. ttit. Pound NaIl 455150.
J74-I507 ttlor I P.M. ..... mm Avtlistn .... ___
low All brick' frontl "built In kit. lit-KM tr ... W Mellon Log burnnlg fir* 55500 STAMP' I COIN Iddop
Phont m mm.I .
MAlt'" Nifi nATIIUs. 2 11". *> Rttl pliittr wtlll \last pltct In wmptlauMy ctrpitod" 4PM. III."". llv Oik. ".. 51 OffD Space lOt W. U.1WroIIy dos
I ""'" CCI .horn, air, eondkwor *) Tor..... flotrl living room. ......,. '....lIy, I II, I .both, study, doubit' .. Do You Hove ROOM lumlirwd tpt 401 NW
II..'.... b.okcoso. 11,.,,_ oM Ptrmlc Clblnoti PERNWOOD MANOR room Hint bedroom. two bttln. port f..... room, built'In kltchm' lorn tt it* nor mo. w.... tllghtt W. buy UMd Pumlhml
-... ..,..11, .IIu..... In S loDdtd lions I dining bodreom rm I boll built.'In homo soon. living i rmgtIn rm Two cir ..._. Pumlturt Hnlth' I _I. ....1. Iton A-C 114 Kt A Room.Apartment, furn. Phono nt-ITU. W.ICURITV Unlvonlty. SUILDIN.IIM "... Pint. Clot Look Around Your HOUM Por.
NW Mellon 1 block from J. J. Air ctMltlonlng .., ... kltchtn ctblmtt' mtrbli "".. I'M 0,., IM mo. lilt I' 14th NIWLY D.CDUTID AfT" _.. HADcm.EU
kltchtn, po" Air *. olson
utility rm Offk. Sptco. cor
'''.110 ....071 _...IIY htttod and .1, ,... ....
Conditlonod ..,.
Pini: &oc.7: IOSI NW Tin fIo will, anusot bonbnonos iod -. Iud PR HH4 or '105. ttudontt ond couplol wlin- ..... offttrttt pinNing Jmltoroirvkt mtra or ta in*. "''acH ,.
Pl. 5., 5cr... withAnOlbin I md 4 Itdrom ModnIs$1OC .._ 1..11" 0.041110, Lowdown for your Mon 'round com.tori 4 IR I "bttht, I cor ciroort, Cl, out atliartn protorrtd Clll Ntw .,.,.. Clll FR 4M04or _

-. poymint,: p.ymmt, .w. Ucitod am "....In...KM 174nsi.McK block. onN 104 NW Mil. Tor 5550 down to House to Rent? .bonny m-tltl or tn-tsn. PR mit <4 H MlwM .....
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blaullIul Mynicti snigbwol I. ) CASH 510. Pnsd P110. P5 1. jutwiod buytr with, PHA flntncI PUP.NISHED APT pooTTi''Tbr -
: tally OnitructlM Com DOWNTOWNINTISI
end.? 00nMnoCtloO IN Whnbonlq: PROM IJoII or f)112.. 11.1211. ... '.17 ptr ..... tMlor ply t maO only: : Air eooalllonod onwoi tv.11 I_ 0nI or .,,: mrrtrt""w....,... ....-' .. your d.con.t.rs SV OWNER > SN, t botH CCS Cloilng' ...t. Clll VI.ton for contril tmitlnt; utllltloi furor onontblt 101 W. UnlY. AnN or 10, ......... ...... I30i I md
toucfl It ,this" 'homo "by chonlniyour .$750 CASH FHA. homo Lot IM 0 110". Non so.tonlo I SR7"l""btmr"eprpor" "" r"fomlly son'. REMEMBER- ftl.H. P11.0. P0 1._ or PS Call 37.1.16. A. L Knot.OPPIC5 liMos, u -KHI twitno ,
color Khom. now Clll ..,.... ,,_ ..... room built In kltchtn, nnthool. MOVING OUT OP 5.4173. I nlgni SoON I3i t Cans
Lloyd Myrlck bulMor' 11"_. .on tt modrl homo *rydoy ? pint. oM .... Men A.(. ITATE IN S PAC I AVAILASLIOunI.o. '
II pmit N.*r churchtt sod. now Ihopplngconton glint 1700On diyi md I do not Inland .t* .httvt A roruai ONI 55. ,11I.. cOos es lsd.cir.Sbdd. 51001 1 AC.. I MoIre, N31.JJ3fI.
IVY DIIICT PROM' UILOIRn0 tr. tin, building m buutllul' win, I. LittlowoodWnlwood Sod 141.bl.mo._. 44lt PR, -IE",.I4ttl Tor. UNSOLD MOUII or..... mt vacancy MIddis ..... 00.51150 IW toO ,..,. mo. C.II LOlli' 55.107.21h021 PAIN' K llblt. LAMPS. Ul IIT
..... .....ml...... Pirodo ofHomtt lift In W.llm.I.nd.HUGH. schools. City but sin*. furnllurt. Complitory furnlthod sooni _.,rod. onsultabIs N? or 27-1f4. Mild' masON t""nd ttHtt t c<*
madtl.' Tho comlt A,. llrlp" tok hoori. window FREE TURKEY In NW Mellon, I IP.. I .balM, ... COSTS YOU MORE Cl'bidnoo or pot.. PIvots PS .. tat ttblti I mtdtrn mihigtny
hMt will t...llmt, flnane''.... ctrnkt' mtf Vtnttlm .Mlndt.PHA moil now horn with control AC 7111. m tl 121 tw >d AnN .....,..... TABLES P7-mr
3310 N. W. Hill AvMM, Hugh financing' MM down and Your Thmktgh/lnt" bossy nmtt 4 H. Too mtny AId' 15gb,,... am than the oxl that CLOSI IN, longs I 5! prlvotttptrtmtnt 54 ....,,,". ..*,...
Idu.ndo, Inc., 174-Tf/I Mt )t ptr mo IntludM 'Int. md with mil' tons If purchiwd .bo.tort fumlihlng ft mmllon OO NOT Acroit top dr..nr.notn5. CLEAN Mod rtfrlgoroton. for
EDWARDS, !..... a law Hn 5,. phi* PP.1MIX Nov M. Thlt I IR CCS* cm. winu you cm titord 1114ma. PI........, llrgo clown.hot ..... lIsa Itovtt, frotiort 4 With
homo hot ..... complotoly ,.. nvmtnti, Incl. lm. toss.. will rent itl! on* cold salon furn. Olio WALL wirthouw" tor .-. .... REPAIR WORK ON ALL
INC. _II''...... 1001.' .... .-.-.., Ih." .,.. 54005 worth of almott now fu,.. slowS ptrh ng. Mirrltd coupMonly DAN BYRD _MAKE Clll PR HOOi.
MODELSNow 1927 NW 39TH DR. TRADITIONAL wood tloorl and roof. too) and Hurt loci wtihtr dryor, tie NO PITI. II IW md PI. 376-8268 *| *">. "'1...*. w.."Zddrtwor ....
I It roady I., "l.nnodlat., ..... down to w".. ho,.. md cfitrw Here' what i .Irlto. m."..... I2S. 0-
376.7971 tltry 4 btdroom earn. M.... In todiy, tot your coal I brolltr far ,,_ Mot worth your 1505005 fur uprtnl.ol.ma.onabt. POE ITORI 4 WAREHOUIINMCO ....1. M
On 'largo lot, m Dnlnbto Pintoy W oqulty' for Adults' WIll. call John MorrllU I.."?. .
lurkty tomorrow. Lacttod In NW now md ....". 5 4004 NW lilt Ttr.UncondlHontlly
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oro* ? Com. ". ... md P. 14201.
not. COSTS
Ctnvtndnt town living.' C Mellon Mt 4 biockt' from. .lorn., III ooo. If mil apps.ls vacancy $101 doS 5,0 01......
Open New Brick Homes Mn Clrtllnt Noynman 11 0005, "0 S 00001 "101. ,Jgyoo cm 273.015. EFFICIENCY APTS. not .... It. III HughIdwirdt ILIe.WOo ...'...... $105 00511 5 p501MaO.
YOU EVERY ... MO IndutiriM Cmtor for .
DAY SitP1100.0
: 5$5y-145-h455515
In GLADYS $350 Down, $46.50 II ...1 Lt... W.", .. Mlcinepy tuetimgo 4t4 I4HI rant...,..tr_ John M. _
SMITH R.oltor P0 s.2An3.:
Northwest Sliphm Fot.rH.lNhts .par tow Inch tone 0II.. Total .,. tl 17ol04 or TtPOR .
1m W. Unlvortlty.! A.... FflWANTIO until it I It rented ROOM AND BATH POE HITIRIO ---- ISCUPTUPtIGHT
pnct vsot Clll wornor w. U t. 105AVii COUPLI IM for LEASE 10,000 .., ft SIt,.
Wremm50P55-3471sstug by W,'". or without' *ooss, Within u"""... C.III6II'OO! mo.plm building' W. Unlv" *..... Pines HOI 1IIll"
ltd btdratm, built.In kltaVM 14 BttVoom Mdb U I 1111 N Main for t guldtd tau"I 33 .1111.5 w"r Gainsoollis' toll' Ps. mOo Call ".,oN." Htynoi, ftuirtntitd
Estates toolpm.nl, ctn. ....,. VA M SHADOW LAWN BR _rot. block ......-.-bttu> _.OOLnn 717 NW 7t7 f... I IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS 46 Unf.rnlth.d' Apti. P. 0-0540 or I. ,. MIot2. PS Sn, v.lm
down piymtnt PHd Irtm 17) ISTATIS titus down-nt c...*. cattt F. 0 on 24-tcrt rmcb nun HighIprlngi. 40 1011I..... ProptrHn. : PER DAY IS: 1 50 1I.no, room .nd kl.. wllH God. cwtdlhIOn .... tillJ7KH4
c.....'". but h_.. ,.. OLIVER All tanctd' Hit good wOvles Kntnod porch I7S .ptr mo.. woMl > 5< RutmoM Opportyn.tlof" ._ I:M P M.
: OPP.NINoIhtdlnldo.5 00.11 odd 15.5. 50 51 37. Pnic.dI. STATION FoE"Vtr AosiIabIl Nou. lOIN.P11,0w .
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IJrfct.4)lolutlfulfy NW Pltct ... Itylot Par Von 1.11 01 512,050Pnak r.1t.'i: : lot .por m |ij| .por diypir PS .77" T-A-G APPLIANCES
opt HOUIS DahLVCsII C Witt plmnad ,living, D. Howord. InlIonOn.dy PIITRIBUTOR1MIP, tt savor,.. NI add md ....r.._
"..... loft I7MJ I W V4-I7HL ) Quollly irwttrtM ft workmtnU.lt troll. Phanca Co Ottloa O00-n.7" It. mo. II tf .por diy I 55 olIN .,loonih5 ponch bitohinswipPod. tiunsot, 510,10, N booutbh.I 05I. 4) Rolrloiritort. from Of MtRongtt
1 ''mm",10 IS conf oM
P. D. Sos 701 NOOI10OcY. .andy drut Inn.Cialtils I from Of upVWoMiora
Ad City tmv.iil.iKttNtrflnml A 11151.' spobnos. POrts I GOOD BUY Uf .por ..... II.a diy IS tod PI". MI sir mo.Phont .snnini' SigN, "btnh.diati, from lit u*
community would b.Slood per
you .
g) 130' BUM 4 nil for Mn. .oN _" "Pond'no' manutsc'to from HI u*
M llv* ,In OWNER MOVING SOON; MUITIACRIPICE iw nntd HP Won. Kilt' stIr I M PM in.fSfINFUHNISHIO >. ,.? will furnlih comp"" '. c.... from tit
5? : I Pood-Pntion upg
N. ..... EARLY AMERICAN dtrful for Nt ..... ...
"'." Snot. Will on N.W. IWhAvt 3 SR Pltrldl' tpwrhniiif nktrooming pw 11.01. diypor or prognm with ...1..... fact- Diihwoih' 1,01, 051 us
room, lirgt aIr, condition t r. MUM good ........ ( | bodroom dupMioptrfmontl.
FIREPLACE HOMEAll "put mt DIM Spring III.torsicUog. try _. Wrltti CH.X.Itlt It TV unVOVLII 5,05. AI ust
noon for ..
small builiMM sos ..
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.ptymtnt md tiki preptrty sa a.II."oy US pIn month.Coll
SlIKM k comn tOrAh "'orl.. rtiMdntirtn lot sign m I IPR l01I. up 11011110010. 3502 141 111 II.27.U2" OlIn. A... .If In,........ Oslo 3767466HP.EIbodroom N. lath It, Phil It ,.. JIM. A"L''NCI' Ct.
hOtly, Nctttd m ltd Inl llnplK.' ,_,... 0.OsMcP. CoinS or 51100.. ."" Norwood. Htwt, 17.5301. 170 por ..... a.IS..ptr day VERY IUCCISSPUL IINCLAIHtlotlon .- nt NW tth Avt Ph rn-aa
lido If II.W. Ml* Itrott limlly room built.M kit- _0 M. duplo opt for "IOIM tomt tIn.,> CL5ASANCI SALIMonInsunIsnowI005tiictOWOnV
IwO Mockt 5.51005 N.W. lam chin wllh .......,." b., TWO CORNERS PI por ..... aw .ptr diy Clttn' olmott ntw. Ouitt' bu clot, htlp ....II.b''.. Coll PR .
A_ ,lAstly 10"" ........ ctntrtlhtatln BUSINESS LOTS II... II. Diction. 4 mIlls out 1757. .tins m."' ''' Sown $_ roduco
4 sIr ctndllltnlng, Hi NW loth "......, N 0 151, us ...r .... KM ...? day _t7!.pormt. RJU44I._____ .1000. NduIy Nu .nltun' VI
lilt, DtMtnd ",.... Cholct : NEW 501154 NP m-3 N. MaIn' 55.. NW tth "... Pilots PR 4-4PH.

WALTER STUBBSInc. N W ..... ctlWnt. Now KetltyDevelopment J.If W.5 110.' onod .111 HI ..? IM. .. en pw feytr 47 HOHIM for ....* r m.INI SHELL DINETTE lit Uli ""'If. USlChoit
.tlilabli.irosu' MODELSNow M.in, .K'rkpal"ck Ap.ncy. II N. of driwtn SOIl CodS ondchllr.
FE 1..404 550 .. it.* .. not .pot diy POREiT 1 IR, I .btmi.contril tO. MKroM 474111 sniP
C,. 131 foot fronting on N.W. 13th: tlr and. I ....lIno. c... OIL CO. 4 my tin tun.
IOOe'11 51000 Opt* 'froof. 151 sit ....... Loctlod M ...? IM. this per dtyII port built-in kltchtn. Almoitntw -
iMtinnr Dilly 10-6 In 150) bloCk Pull .....11. by tIM mt J74-OJH c51:0UNTPRCES

::.Phog. 375-5394 Four Btdroomi ..*,; Tw. VIII... CrtmMykni ..lIIno .W par .... *).a ptr d>y FULLY FURNISHtD 4 BR houltby J I Wttkt company paid training '

5.5k. t" | NW. ITtkSlvd. University Realty county path on NW,M. TV. In manog.rn.nt. Mil- !

"We trade houses" laSt 1964. Small CtI...... ond s.nt.mpsravy ntf N. miin St Ph in-ui CALL 378.1411 w..Nor....,.,. L... roqulrtd, log, 'Mrvicing nwrchondu, W* undorwll susrybody.HENDRIX .
172-7079 D.... inek aId bucK till mo P* matBR .
Ptymtnt '.Ic.. lor INdnowss.ksthI.Pamlly par Ing ova''lobi. to qualified

Quick Jolt. rooms.Al. 42 ftrmi V "...... TO PLACE YOUR S U *0.0. 11I7 NW 21.1 Au,. NopolO. person Earn whit. you FURNITURE CO.
Tw* Cholct Lotifrantina sihy SoinsSISnoiS, ond 110051 5c50. coIl 3724b44.I loom- xc.ll.nt opportunity NW3tNAns.atI0thI5.SIIVICI (

t an Ills Strut ... IM Acm for III* por ten in SUN RENTAL ..... for pont Ioc..... onII to tnttr Ills itrvictItalian ,.
IMtutHMiy' undxipid.OtlMIVlllt Alochut' County. M to IM ...... Arc/Ior Ad. porfoct N 10,5 othopIlls' busintsi Contact DIRECTORY
COMPAR"S 14 13rd "...... Lk.ng ..em"' '''', Inn d.SIW.s" fir hnprovod .."' .., M tt tern yninscy PS .'''7.
far .,."", ."t lac.. I WM.Ntrm row crop cvoron pond m '..d. WANT ADS Mr Htnry DLoach. FR 2. ADVERTISE IN Tel

tent Look .r th...r bus w N'. ISIS Itratt I. I mill off Hlway Ml. Clll ALA- 4 H..... for list UnlurnINPURN 5333 ... ----..
CHUANOALTy' --- -- --- -- ---' -- ,
HOME VALUES .corn. th.t would" b. fond II'.. Mm Avtwt i Turn .., .__. AS90CIATSI -_ -
lYOttmont ,,,. r MTtitpntnt I ROOM HOUSE WITH |
ro, "
I tnrotromto Firms > Ac,. ..
8o'J\ #1 Idl.wld,l ltehoot AND COLD
ludtd.km Cr.Or.or HOT WATER 3
FR 20328. porch, Ltcottd at 411 IS tin RIDGWAY MOTOR eo.
KinTT .
160 br ,
and many Nuns at* -- -- --- -- "omt tobacco II Por 'Intormitlon Clll. J. T. \
.'., ...... lolmtnt intdt tractor k tquloH Ho*... 178. ....

SAVE ;:. following :;now undtrnnitructltn JACK DI YOT. YUIESICI HOIISI *MyrPOKOYCI.ON> 17.100 down bIt inn, 1110 NI fth It.-I IR H..., tIN NOW TWO LOCATIONS i

-- ...1.'.... lro... t ASSOCIATSI INC. I "baths' fmct' yird 111 .... m
md will' bt mdy lALTOKM 0-mN |..... ,
IIS N.W. Ills SI,..,
: Mlowlm trt ....., for .. W. UnIts 174irtr Cat 3160552.POESINTIIP.nadis.,00ifunOt.l.
for tccupincy toontI100NW. 172-2511
tr It ACMEt Attrtctlv. H...... 1131 300.
sIlo Vt mm' WMI if city imiittt BR. con ... t IR homt.
K W. 2ltk Av
*. .. S. MAIN SI H.W.lth AVE.
of ptvtd raid Dry pin, lot I5f oar mo. Pnono
d .P.J M btttn, turn .... :!'It wood $ ,. with torm. PR 4-M44 or PR 4S141OM .
lit pir ..... tr I70M on. md IP.,, I .bttht. MM dn. HIT Dick'Doblnton Fit 1.1431 112.3005
till n. P.w.11 1 I.. 1 Vt Cole 0 A I. PS L 3. 1 4 III N .... I
p.r manlH. ". POMIY Rtiltor, II W. UnlvAvt hotOishId 01 $105 .
'h. Mk flu.., corport op.pOs0YCI It's' .. MiIl.v
4110.4IJ1MW.HtS 37.'..
I AS5OCIATIS L..j P. G. 1'.1101) H0I4.
cintr.l nut. lull krfck. *n Hays H.y..".
TUNW. 56th Too b..utilul l0n... I''inWI Arm 5 502.105
f'ilt S nlc. wood.d lot. 1114 1M W. Unl. 37.m CactI Sirnrn'sso Howurd Hu,4
b....., OH: dn. Vt : A.... lor SoIl" 11.000. ALSO ill
...? ntw I IP.. I MM *. liltptr NW. I4tk Pt $14000 SF115 North 01 Ositsiowlllo, MAONIIIA IPKINUIN ,
"mmtti Contemporary $500 down, )1<.4> t-n. towN, DitglHul' wtodl for wily How_. I 55 lOOMS Albeit Plan SoI..M.r. .
41".4127N.W.19'h pormantk ...!OO woN Mnnt. ALto K sQoniibli p.nty. 'N-.. .... ,
0,. -., ......... I ..... it tin .... ..... ALSO, I
d acre tract Mr ,,_ ... t.... N W IIC T ION I IR. lop- LOT NO.2
I n.. I Milt, 11IO .... bIN Colonial soar Mtdktl schooL ALSO 1'1 trill dining' rm.. fomlly rm. polio LOT NO.1 I
H, mlJtsmVaIossnnrtissmsmip tent for I total of ...1. A..II. Clam to shot can',. KhooliKltchtn .
Norwood T... ,.,, h.ict .( *vw ..1. through J. W. KlrkpttrlcAgtncy _I.. tit NW OWN Avo.MJO I '64MG

ModernYOUR 90 ottytiful krlckKmftktrry Jl. N. Mtln PP. M404.I 371 NOl.UNPUIN.. '

scow: BY AOVANCeAPPOINTMINT hems. 0CSS ,sIlInq' 'lId with .lIsni5s I lit fr..... *...... 105 51 Ford Sadon Low mUoogo, like
ONLY Hope .. Town, .plow No .... .... NW 20th Avo. A..II.1IIo Doc.lOr ..... !i ton nil n.w.Cs. "
... H7 I. Unlv. Avo.JkJrgo .....11., ..... sos / Phont !PMI9lor \ 1 INS ...
Mmforltbit homo for CHOICE OF $9,000 II icrtt w town on ptvod rd. .... Kilo or ani. ':20 PM. $$695"G $1595 :
0 lirgt fomlly! 4 III. 4 -H Inc. to two. A_. m Km ottvlIM m"lf7.
4111.. 05 lining' la.nIIynoon. rolling lId. many fiugt tntdotroit.
M tlMbt .. NW SIll II I IR homo In
"ptrlor. dining room, tcro. clot
v\e Trade Homes 14 ModelsPriced town, could M dlvldod, Woit PanS. I3N down ond inptr
'" ''. tcnwitt porch' IP., so .mv us Into INr
f' mo. or win owl for itJ ..?
teflon, btlhi Mt ten ._ ywrtlntn-
down complttily -
: : .r. or Property No mo. Phono PR 30005.ijo '
condltltntd .11 Mon.y Downon 63 RAMBLER
built-in' oMXIwtcit..wondtrfultpoortunlty From MARY MOELLER REALTOR ....... kl NW _...... Sort,
too nlct rooming $1 MOO to $18,200 your lot lilt W. Unlvtrltty, Avo.PP. or wlI 1150 no.15. soWIng _. '60 Willys 4.Ooor. outomotltt tra"..
IOUN food 'Invntmtnt for ALL GUN MOMCI ADS M471 I'ro' 141. NW" 711I A... or call missIon., 10db and Incot.n. I
IUIIIMM >r ptrty IM ifproKlmtttly OPIN ION YOU TO I* PAYMENTS" $7Q34 3124t04.SNPIISNISHIS. FC ".'
IW > 110'_... JOY |SIIN. ANYTIWS IPlInVInUtI500 4b START AT7 I Ndrww 1100.55 15$995" $1795
e.cisoany ",.1. YOu Will JUIT CALL. Monthly Mrmtntt tctttd NW tf Stlnttvlllt' PlinKtt 00 LOk. 54.1. Po. MSin.cn.pa. .
little ) plntt on 111 tern In tilonh .
Cluliodon 1wt/ ca........., "luill-l Kited.) as as with, sowed ........... ol 11_ Phon. 471-2891.
S 1111 I. 4th InllT $56.00 174 for f more _... lit Krolto
C 4, PS .530' or P0 0-710 woodt. Protty _,... Prlcod '61 BUICK
S.v.rul h. .. M only' 1144 ptr oc... Por .... 49 boom. 'M RtntIOOWI
HIGHLAND pow study Illll COII Spiclot' 4.Do's', mdbo j
T tor Immtdnt.
M.", ", .1 Horn IvIUort ocfuponcy.THE University Realty POE WIN Cloon, CMO In. 63 Ford sod boat.,. cln.n.Golool. ij"
sWorn ....f. Mod wino,. 0lO 01
;j COURT MANOR III N. Moln St '''. VH3I 500 1Chodtop. -.
pnono RottaniMiIt 6D 141 AId I
.10Au.cl.tS.o. .( OtlMtvlll JAMES CO. $1195 \
5lnfl1 W. M Moon.., RoilltrRANCH Phono ]74.l4n. OulOrtlOllC fritO.mission. ,
got W.ld. Rd. radio 's.d 'Iulotsr
1) NICI QUIlT room In prlvttihomo. \
600 Acres
KIRKPATRICX C rlKJON ILDRS. .h.". 172-2527 H wookty or Dt monthly sip conditioniung I p0mmOnSIin3. ;
bell,,, I72-444J IS ,1100 ..'....11_ poolonunIWI00d Mm only tOll NI Irh AvtPhono : 501115. .
: HONI1721471S.I.10 Hou. I St.IIdinS' 3Ol PR .1'. 61 Volkswagen '
...,14.,. ., on Acre
Ni. NI 23rd llvd d Ki".....'" Horns.McCOY'S man: 131 pin m5dowo.laIn looN. _. osrsq.OlinthSrm S 51.. $2495 utVOO#. Siutra Jl/Q./ 'q.dla .

lateryou'll GLADYS SMITH. Rioltor I...".... men_. COne In and hoo',.
Sooner or I 1J7I W. Untvonlfy but port Of City HI NS ird St.

N Ann form OH b laSh Vnl RIVATE' ENTRANCE ....... rtfrlgortttr $1095
win, II ..... m _.. allOt.11F50 sod porklng lutlntttmm ,
,. houM md ",mIL c.n or grtdutlt '- I.A .- '
want a Butler tr I ....., '" Mlpprulmittly .. Iwo 110.1. S PM JIll HI 63 Rambler

MACOMAHOMES II Krot, Mtullfuk PIN 0.PUSNISHID. 4.olooo. ou'-otlc 'ron,. '61 Ford

In .ood.d. 0,50* WI, ROOWI M block OflitsiOtI radio cod boobsr.
Galnttvillt'i, ntwtct ..4 mortIviuiloui pr.srl.n. bolos =I'I"I Its.bssnd5d tram c...._ n* iw tot AM 4-000r. outomatlc tyoj.

Bros. home. Why frT; .portmtnt oHill'mf INC. on norm bv UK Avo. ... Clll 3/I-I1H MOO, Muowtt ....y.LARGI $1 695 ",1.Oft. rodlo and hoots,.
tint Ion on toutn by Old' Slats sInus. room for oorliugwoo. al.COPldltiOtAflQ tlic.
Rood tOo N. City wiMr md .. .
tErI75DI LAKESHORETOWERS THE 'JEFFERSON"Chormtngly wo57p .id ,000I.s. us.Os
union ...11011"".. unuwiily *oodItrmii _.......... ltd "I N Aug.PhIosts $1195
ctll Ann >ttllt
not now! colonial ounlot. TOM U. G..t-an..... RttlttrPP. Vl-IIU or 27101..1.

C mio homt h Knot wim cmvonMncoi 50 Mobil. H_ '
for grocloM cantom.aortry 20 Beautiful Acres WiIIys ,
NOW LEASING .living Nono. tho will rsEonoOM ln.iI.r. no "' ls ad ,Pck.up. 4.who.1 dnls. 60 Volkswagen
apSiIStsd wosto .... wim W Ml IM of city About I tern 0 5l'lldroO, PS 1.3533.
laundry. kltchtn' md _fry wSOdband. su.sr.I. p... fr 1110 "''C'. Cam o', Fully equipped.
ALL CITY SERVICES ttaroM honoy .> mt nrvk. tn- N. N510s.y tw.iaqn, O0y 574415 sit'.
51 MIM.IKMLERSPACI. ......10
franco T..... ins mrtt bo*. for 03100. H" $1695
Act sow $1"195
rooms wits, tufitmdlng cloMtlocuitltt A.10 Sot SotMo.C. .
FERN WOOD MANOR PKM two hiNflMd. I., "...... 50on.
1,05 504 5 -... inIS55... 0. J. *0515 A55iI511045W Pus WIN
.rot aimt ....... out... ifMOtroto ,_ II. 015 17.- III MONTH
"oo 5 sinnusM S.S.. .esm wIN Nowborry Trtlltr Port.ntwnorry. .
12,250 upI 5 dtnlin ,..\ '60 Falcon
nom tlut 4} CoUrod PpslyLots 61 Rambler
family roam with a irg.0300
and booutlfvl chorry amolln*. 4.Coor. rodlo sod hool... ,54lo 'sod bouts'.
DOWN FHA Iso -L" moot at ** houatwllf
$400 m ..._ two car go.rota I Sm _... III .bN.. Wes PRESTIGEOFFICE SN.5. $595
I NOTHING DOWN VA. an* mar pails sill II 500 II IM MM '. COD $895

$100 Closing' Cost "' ... dtligMM pltct to m.,1. I :
II... MO"I...
Eel NW" Ills PV cel I __ on balls.We I '
I Loos paqnesd 3ISIS.od BUILDING _ 60 Lark
$7516PER N .. loan Ow?. Auto..otic
FROM MONTH Th Charming M0 So0.5r5 OrIsOOmISSICSS.

..iAUY FUTURES INUUDi.O RANCHO GIANDE 5511 3707001'WI'S ..... ...* IMW ..... 15lb '60 Cornir radla .erId Itsoiu.. low

WALK TO SCHOOLS P1-WIt Wll .olfo) ...... spoil. 'Si--
Swimming Pool O Kxrootto* KOMIO S --.1- 5055005- 511 .. MM you CkoM )*- 4.Doo,. tOasts,. chin. '

Acnt od Pltnlt Qrtundt S Ctnrral Hoot 555t.'lF. .... dan.N 3 1 5 b..oim 55 ,aS ... I ....... .-4it00M4.. $695
I II -
:-4 IK. (rich Front C.lanitjls. Now finlsMitf. a Ctorral Am Cood. O L. nVy .ciHtMga now--- fjojot po'wdd- Mr*- ".N paymools IssalS 'son ISJ.plomuimhy NIA 5........ iSnh. ,...11... $795

O Starag* Lock inArtot Gorbag. Dose CkoLiKl4 Down.OM N.nsn 1.10 .. 50onm j.sdssd.d ......... 5.dnoo.
I Price $15.825. $625 Down S P.n, P.rkI e SInIsossli. NW WW Pt.PUHNIPOG .. 55ss -- "'- ......".. ,300445'NS05. '
: 0 3 Shooting TO WIID"Lt PI 141.. A_p4* ....'.,. ko.otrf.lfyo"fmiK S7 Chevrolet Chevrolet
I v., ... ,. ...
......,.. .. 554 Irisninnls.
DIKICTIONSt Drlv. West I Uth A Tun 4J.1 COLOIID RINTALS 4oot.. hoe.... IlOIIo 4.0o I Mdon
on ... 376.4456 M gn* you an ..... .11 Se -.eiII. esoMI

Loft: on nth St. or 39th Torrtco. I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT fnatr er contrwting your NOW RENTING fjrk*. $795 745

IMW cuitom hom. COLO..O II" ...
U. Hu. .... C.I GIV5d .,V. O FR 8.2411
McCoy Id 5555 n.Is CALL
Butler Brothers I SALIS OFFICE OPEN 9"Tll S DAILY Day m 6-7290 .- -

J j, 2104 1W. Uth $T. U.1 HWY. 441 N,,. F" 6-50IJer -5.515.- 505--5045.-5.10in -- or FR 2.5940 ,

BUILDERS 6-6S02 Sod ... 0510 Sun.an RIDGWAY MOTOR CO
DAIlY I72-9145 NIGHT ITt-t04l I Butler Bros. BUILDERS erne locftdN. di > : rowst lot 01 MS e11II ANYTIME
WM snows md God Slot A... cod tor osusud

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....,_ .wdrlps.. ._ aN I 1055. l1c5... II!." cM.Pl$. 5150.JI5. ., otd /lime mod. to* cone Ml.Pl 05y 1... 5001Ills. heater, taw milea. oniroclean sI C..... Vi ..... aN 0411s.S3. 1961; VOLKSW"GO"ICII..I" "
$11111 1001.ANTIQUINGMADE." _, V"' 'If NW O/N A.1. 373.13$4W ., P4 PS .,... ISIS. C.II tue. Call PR Mill otter AT WW 510. PS R5N. ,
CANT JUICE 3/4511. 4PM. I ,.at III "5r ..,'... Gad "
Crla till
EASY At mill >| cent .... 001'II.. molar Croft tr.....boot.. Hit U end MP topee.JehmM Alt RtPOSSISllONI POR SALT TIM CHIVROLIf Impale' IT wim' factory guarantee. ono ,... 54317. MIe_ BARKLEY
MirUn teneWl Provincial color. Call 111451$. Two Iolar Hwy In tend _"..... Priced to loll '* *".. Coupe, m n. m. IM MP. 4 on 110000. Phone )rtl..l.IH4 l. MOl. or IMI ALFA ROMIOlovnar.
.in, kin, tww 0 I.ck. Mir... 301. Mawl.Os PR 4705. INS OOOol psiara 50, the 11w, aoal-trac, II.. now (Iyr. Ti'AilcomiTiilw..ranly.: M let In on*. tend beat
w_ MM W. U...... A... Oldpenile. 4 Or. MT. Auto front, fuorentaol, ....,... Mock Interior. air power, bucketoaan ten, W. .UM.. Avo. ar call laJMt
SINGER 71 Camp'HwbFIShTIUNTING 1543S. Pt M1.NIII Paul PR "1- wlllt, 0.01.1..11 o>lrel PR 'oh. t-MaX

U MI... 'er Sol. AUTO ZIG ZAG RIGHTS' RAMILIft. t Or. Auto AMIR.KAN. ,,_. INl CNIVIIOLIY.... .wIleod_ MIN, htt end price like new. ItoM lower and "than rv* IT A......iI.. Wvntoo
1ww :
11' 1100. T .
emcuwnt for aacond car IMHINI ND1010..S. teed by S 4 Cell 171.IS
-USED .OTAL fT.W.IT"" ... Oka '::"':..n.. 0.45I. Por ale nnoomlblo on MO party.P"Kme bens. mi" lenafila PORO OALAXII m, I/L .." CAI. .HIID, P1,0M MOTORS
COMI'L.T.LyeOHoITIOHID. Paw 1010' 5oad N.dd $105 I6J >l><, frit pie I Dr. cL ...... Ira USThato CALL 171.101' 1 CNw/0le1, AI 11001 1 $1011
no .... of U ma, or pay NIo care can be .045 II INS IMPALA lupor laort, 4 Weed, -fofoH! fr tporti Con IN JMalinV Ht II Ins ...
N. Main >. .. ........ .... -
PHONE 2803AUiTATI onto of 174. w,". Jimmy Crow 72 H Call I MII PS iwor .rlo.' Itor. ..
Office II.5ip ssotw .... --WANTE
o.. Oon. Ool '._.11''". low NO ITORAOI ROOM Will _acniico Coll Hen 55310110. UNBILIIVABLI
mMel trailer ...... It Model A, I window INI WICK Riviera. fully _'..... '
> Midi us CMIISTMAIIs srlorCAROL .. 61 VOLKSWAGEN Clown used con Call The soles deportment fell short by JO
caupo. rumMO etot aartlalry AC _
reatarod. MoI.aMac.0y Lkte
I7S-5VJ9 U'OSUU'O Zle Zoo 1.000 .. .. Clean. $1111 >ro._ .Boh Adomi, FR 2-7128
Machlna.Ml 0Y0rc..1 Ma1NS t.1. W0 w 1mpo0/ad, 510.1 Alaa' 11 Ducall matortyc only "101 "'/ UJW. ti :
liT EIGHT POINT .......,... 501. Is CNlw.5 S4MIM or "..... Ira the election, ot 100 ClIo Tom ._.. in'ILLYt ...lil_ Vt-l>.. ovoe. oalyIY IWo CORVITTI 4 wed. Sail ofeoniMer lost bock
filly Heeler lit ,r' 110's.' _. .... I p.w5Io. .. PAP.KIRIComoleto. 111E -... "'_. Illver, will' red cars week Mr.'OB" II from
vertical pump meter. 10 HP 111MIK. N _,.._ Oaoroo laaMwlnf Ottlco OvHIttartan 1533 RUNS OOOD NICICodilloe bwet. Phono PP. HOOt. am lorJenn. Volu Rated I
fwutehold $Komi 1114 NW Moctllno Co. Phono Vo.4JI4. W. l iv. AVO J71.ISSS HUNTING CAR. 175. PHONE Wide O 'OIN"L Treed Tom Owner***)-4 leto door mi..> Used Cars his car buying trip and he eith.
art H AMID TYPIWRITIR, IL IC.CAlCULATOPi 3761372. .... I He N... low Mileage, I'" vw IUH.M', OODO CON. I says
NIW boy aland. Mr' C.1.Ont. ILIC. CAM Now Pwnk0.. wW Nn,. All DITION 514010. CALL an.n"Ir
ONI Ntycla., rod .111I 101111I,4 MUST GO IOIITIR. POR IALI. CALL '57 Floerwood L..__ Interior Pectory AirMG. MAY "I IIiN AT SII 05W15TH BerG MOTOR CO. I IC..IIIM the tors go or the .alum.n The
.... 31.10.. Phw1 PR ....... PR 040M.RIMINOTON. Goad Condition. DM.gmn Condlllenacs ....... Healer, IcePhene All. :
jiig NW am/ it5J O,... II.
olactrlc typewrhar. .0051051 .. 155 OOiL 10.. ..... $10 PR 47m "
|IAHTI automatic iwinf. Mt 5Complete U0wo.d 100Wa$11.. PLYMOUTH J7v 444'rrareTpA*. lrIH1 > Ills S ,.",. 1001 'W lIh St. solesmen want to keep their jobs 10th.y'r.
Teller rock. 111 cerbed. ,
"0' ,h
0eod ow..Ilion. Call rrwna In.Il _
*l> In'.",.', IIAll clean OOD TIRES COCO COND. '43 TRIUMPH IPITPIM. leer.
aa new. PPj "' 1'7. Room 3 51M IIM 17M7UMini .CHP.V1LIP.N.m ml. Neweort win take nardMo. ewer- H... moat nil ,,_ taking any and all d.ol. For the,

SINGERAUTO PURNITURI 4 APPtlANCIl 71 Mvitul M'ICIII"IM I..0110 1-00011I : cor M loads Call" 7I letl alter Phono 172.1032 __

ZIG ZAG DUI I MUST TO FAMILY LIT MV OIMICULTH1 PURNITUM' R AH MOM K AH DON AiOfmpllller Geed C 14ad till,at. =waraunt- .III.DODO IPM '17 POP.KHI liao fewer C0u5I.Mw. best Carl, the but deals, the but pric.i
GO TO IOMI RIlPONSItLIFAMILY I yr. .... Prtco. IS*. M 01... .I a PONTIAC Temeoit original lacallont, HIM Aliatinaniav X
Good con*. No .""""lOn'. It owner, P. 4 H. allck oMtt tie bodied' vw. ai k, 13*
.... C1401.10 anytime wagon coMlllan, will tr_ CaH PP.Ml its the number dealer In north '
make evttonholet .. IAVI MV CRCDIT 4 AMUMt to ...., PI, "0. Iron....... John Pelrttk 1TM1M. one e.n.
4 altar 4 P nVletl
hundred et fancy tftllgni MESIILLUPIIOMT
We. M.OOI mile
blind hem .... Prow PUL OHOUP.In PIANO I P M, case IN-JaM POP.O OALAXIt, Ml 11504S4$1.
with, food crtdlt Ml 5I MV .... living, room than U a IPC Call for 011-1001. NwNry. AT. ww. P.II4, daeri GAINESVILLEAUTO MILLER. trot Florida BARKLEY MOTORS, 2201N.
menu of U "'.. or pay balance aola-bM Kill.i 7 ". aafo tmittnlnt mtormottonSPINET 6) OLDS JETFIRiH. 50.11501 1000111.., 1147311. @
01 Ml. chair I sod ,...... wIlt' KAY ELECTRIC GUITAR .. ..' 0/10 Ours SALES BROWN
NATIONAL .. ,... 1-170 I in NW 415 Awe 141 PAVIlto. AmbottMtarWO Main St.
10alcN1oc.I511' walnut 5.Ilck.s0. 001 .tr'III" S'" d I 007 N. Mals St.PIt. "h"
ttWINO MACHINI CO., INC. wins tall I3L 1114 NI tth it. Aol. C 1010 .. U.I. Gala.FR .
Margallla taotl I aMaratar 11"121. OLDMOSILI 1114 PS AT. 11/1. .... fl 21111Nolhl.n5r.l
(formerly" Mlkell'l SMlnf' MKHIMtervlco with Phone PR Melt belweon I 1
lamoi oyoaovarthadaa ll o $.70 Call ,11I 1.1512 62 62 FoirloneSNAO
) I baautlhil Ml ruga afir. ORGAN ss? After IN PM Use PR 1 PM. --_.- FIOplASSIsnd.P.N.nl Chevy
in w. Unly. A... n-mi 1 lamo, aluaIT'Port.TV&Slond', ReoeaieeMd NMnel organNeaumo 1117. CHAP PRICE. MUIT tiLL ..0rGl1II n>> I 000 ..... 51., 4101 lodI0 pM5P.
enjoy' cooklrdjwlHi beloncei........no dawn pay- 1M. a-Oft M OLDSMOIILI. PI, Itjl ANOLIA. lucallont. ewS7ll I 0..1" 0 .slwlrI Slid .0. 1101(00.whr.NN .
1Kf."V1I 1Ie alp GAl CANOE, u4 TIll batfroam aulla k DamM tan I H, ..... tranimlulen l ellentcondlllen ** ... 0.110.' lo00w.I51Nw
oil. tnttelled, 'RE* will our LP 4 ... I Mr. 4 "'''. (raaaar wmIg. 05104.511,. MUSIC CO.GlouvIll. let otter, CHI ITMSrla .!, rMrli UfV. MSoT m COMPUTIUTOMOIIll .ale, Muth rase. M0I, $1295
..s. Ml 00 .....,.'.. ini down, tlltlnt mirror, chait on Chat 5.,0.1111 CMlsO SIIO .... Ilq e...
31117431LINOSSLAN 11A155Icallly
121 month for two "'_'). 4 ..... baokcau bud with Mldlna .
RAMII.IR Clack Mr, I4H, Owl Con
LP GAS panal for clock' ...Ia. Parlha DIUMS BARKLEYMOTORS $1595
PROPANE vovr .
...... .... cYmH'' alnconeniankHI end onto trana.mlialan HIT MICH
AP.CMI ROAD kl M nv old and W log
M mil HtuU w.ll.Card,. : for M al bunkboda. 1101. 0nI C._. 1101 ml. II loo. IN-uel, I AM I PM.Trade . 4 cvl. atanderel tronfcmmien 64 Buick
Tha olnini pea .... loa, CALL 1107311. MOHent. tranipertoHen '
NIW DtL. MATTRISI. 0105501. tout taWa with' loa 4 I foam AHO 15,4 GRAND PRIX. _lro Rod. ftl AUTO 61 Ch.rt'I': :
..., utts eiti IIlw USED PIANOST,7 .
ki on '
drawer wHKo' -cnaal $12t.9I nod aaooae chalra. TIll kltchtn, N : all ........ 14 4 up. mot.ors whlto wilhi tlnlih M" P05M with tiaom-' Irotloot pJanea fa oMI.lucluelvo Call 1711H1 -_ array.ad. MILTON MOTORS THI 'AM' N Maw $. PW

COX WAREHOUSE brollor. OHIO I ovan........ 1, dealer.,lot GRAND PIIX PONTIAC w ... MAIN IT. PR 4-nn 1201 .... MsIs SI.n $31155 $1295 $3750
ml I. M CAMJUIC/ traoiar, male kaaptricrlipar W. U"l. Avo.17M41I 101'. S00.. PS .34b" Un"1y" .m
A' MIN. 71 cont. 011. 051510001 SI.CNI 4 ohalvaa In Mori A*. CIIy ._.
,, mlral vorlfht. fraotar to a..... .
'.Im. T. 1.Ier. PIANOS cal tao much call R 64 Olds
.'. HwMr00. angOrl| Isle lll,. Anwmaarnn ....I" ..*.... for aired re m AD"UT"I IN 1lII'SIRVICI 62 Comet
_HWY'I u ok. with no money owe.m foctory ericeo aevo over 02551Pnw CompleteStock 1..r Nlydtlb .._ ...... 5150 rldls
I TON...Yarn.. Air Cond/' troaant boionco of only" ,. PR 6-UII. Wrlls ". O.'oo DI"CTO $050155 0011. tully aMSP M1M.M. .
Ices. I Coil UM
boa -
7".11" ale comb
M IIM onlll May. P S s 5. $397 I :,..--W'"I $1295
31.1111. WILL' Iranatar to reaonnlWo perry
-... ot tour apmol or oonaaloaianoe. POOLE.CABLEMOTORS
Ado far L...... furniture" IP. ttaraie Pick up oaymonte: Wow $3895
SINGER iltiar tolnet Plan* bock.oeve IDODGIDART I of PICKUPS & VANS f
OlO. Wurinier OrfM wit
SLANT-O-MATIC ItNATIONAL opuno 4 rnottan INS eo> paynMdaco7 I 61 Chevy 161 1-

Aoaron. ? /... old, 11.10,0'S :: 51..1 IARl'1. PIANO' $5N CO, TRUCKS I 1965 ONLY Rambler 4.1.., ... V 1. '
thing with out orl't. Mekoo Mrt.heme,7rt Furniture Warehouse lilt w_ 4110, 15150,
law so $51100, IIIIM 3622 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE. II' $5 "I Avw 11I."M .- ,"r -'_. 551 ..... $119

.take lip..pay.Pay N be 17.). of...lid me.Owft or I FLA. ..... C"I.Out Ilad of model IIn'lk'. _Iptoot.ols PI.Wolnut .. I FORDS TIkI $1595
call write Jimmy Cro 359-2561 or Mehogeny.Automotiva 74
by. ... DeU '.'_.11I.. lu6OWUNOI Oom e.liy II, Sal. .-.. ..... 114 1/1110'. Mush FOR THE CORRECT 61 Rambler
I 1' I. Plnt llrN
DUO-THIRM haatar with Mmxr TIME. i Incluolnf T-.1.., Mul.
UPHOIITIP.VCneln and OIM _".... 11I HW 63 Olds III. WN1e5yr.
low oa M. No money inn it. Ns.., 01111111, lltl'l, .. .. 1410
down. low. ..11... .......... mow FR 2.1411Coartsv relflenel, 111.. "053i N.555N low"..-...-.1..1.
Preo Mllmelet pkkuo ond no.Hvory
......... AH wark WILL kept caroah anew the raulli OfUo.nlty I 005. 05 1 5 1 5 0. laws $1195
ivaron.toed ... ..
of regular Hue Luitro lOll at.. .. .0100 ......
Pfono 174770LOT'S ..., Tl TRUCKS POE ALl Ch.yl.la,
cleaning Rant electric THAN ORDINARY PICK-UP* IV VANS
TOADS II. McDanlell ,,''Iu.. Co., $2595
Mat. St. d 16th
..* got A.' rebuilt WA1HIIS Oelneevltle ahepenit Center. row 4.OL. PICI; UP 61 Renault ,4
BP.VIP.1, PP.II'IP.1. MMI.Al 40.5. 140151, WUW. 1201..00..o.
GRA001I 0 DIIMW5IHII.. .... CRI4 while, erooeMe.W May II IOId TROPICAL PONTIAC 515550..
5 11.1. alp C.odlNnsn. n if'. kwilatea' Imeraprlnfmanreia Aye, 511331:
Yew 5505
004011040101 _. AI Condllton. II 11. & G.M.C Truck Ctntor 6) Chevy II $495'
HANDYMAN IHOP PR HM .IJ3I. 14 AUTOMOIILI' RIPAIRi H..... 4101 5150 .....
220 N.W 8th Avo. 01(15 1r.IIII. 001(1.I.
WI WANT TO late model wed
..,...,....,.. buy iMoolKnolly Mlofl' 70 loati -Mlrlfio E..i'. RevoyourcarWINTIRI2ID .. 50.150 CS1 V I
h51.10 WILSON'S, blow 11010.'EXCHANGE II l PI. "... PlatiormaV 5. 505Silo M our 514000 500151 NOWMill ..... $1795 .ftl 51511...yo-. d

tit I'. let UroH r>"henePR ...... mmkabie aluminum. boat MAWII'lOt POWERS N. Male MOTOIII II. co. 'NUTTYIII ......
'-. 1101/5.4,coMoe.eoulppae'UU with new,elaerlngwheel only Iyaara I 1701341 "OU At 238 W. { I1Mll
IRANO NIVT Utilvtrtity $1495
I leto kedl. end ....,rt ".H. re- .... ail cmh Due vol.ue. NAwSLOWII.MOTOS 61 Chevy
e'...... nttl nxkere III'. Inclvdat haifieinede t raller.Cm IR 4 IONI auto palming Co.JlI
la .............. Ao i10 anytime et IMS NW out*. ..." work end trvckiyenned. M. MAIN Phone FR 6-5371 SAFE BUYUSED 1t.. 511r1.0..Nl .
WILLIAM HN :, can 114y.n., ....._ rS 1115 -
IIKVICI UNTil I Il Tumor AH work Mil = ....:. =
..... Chevy
!!. __ .._ m-Jtl Two1Mu, PS 01111. II Nawthomo fid. ....... .
I.5001.' 0115 S.rNs
$2295 010. 510010.. 01410511b
01111 S4

THE SWEETEST DEALSTHE CARS 61 45115.Ch.v1//. 10101110 110_$1695. I1195.

HIGHEST QUALITY $ 62 rnt. Ford. I

"' \ n Cs$1295 I

FINEST CARS" THE FAIREST TRADES '63 MERCURY M....."."v, h..tcr.!"..:""te.!* 62 Chevy .

air! sditien.d. $A J ft P 4.011e.M11NMNN
_tic tronimlulon i c 1t.. pool M5as. ,511at. THIS

l beautiful ihada af blu 005,


Z 1100'. utrtj cU t .n. < cyl.' SPECIAL
63 ,f."
LARGE BOX ? A LARGE BOX tr..ml..I.1I . lOToJ :x/10001. -- lit CSI Mercury

I t ,INNS dear,
SATIN SATIN $2895 rt.//. =. 1551 .
_ conyortible' lonnevHI, m/4 bO..oww0.
I ..
.-< 62 PONTIAC air i condl. =' 010 051000550
$2495 61 Olds ". :.. 1111.
CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATES Honed ton condition . j .
11"... alo A-

.... 4 -or cyl.' ....110'11
WED. THRU SAT. f.' .. ,.: WED. THRU SAT. '62 COMET tr.ni.minion .> $ 1095

. . .

, ALL MAKES sfW ALL MODELS 6)b.Ill.. TR 54 .t.4..... .WI till.61 Mercedes

2 deer, c '1.1 st.sd.'ir.".- V $2 695

62 FORD mliiloii, rf:)l., $OQ P $2295


!! Chevy $1095

'64 OLDSMOBILE .;u.r:; '62 'OLDSMOBILE "wtn. '61 CHEVROLET h.;a:o '64 PONTIAC ..t dN1.d Sterchi"l"cludl"lI :t1.4:::- 4.01. .-._-50050.b.

coup Factory sir! condition.1. (r lM with blu Interior. Good SlAQC udon. Factory *lrc.ndttianlnf{ and 01 I, cendltionlnf., very $2995 sB VW

control, ojutoinotle{ *y', power wins rooking . I 77J p.." Comper price with Si JftCJn. ,rtractive $2195

dews .n4 ...t. LD d.d with t.lgi. 147.) x$695

...tU'.I. luckit S.otf. Sole ull! Mrv (1M..... 11j
RI.I.' l '.. sir' CI,4itI0tl.'
kid by I & G. load/ worronty. Llit.: 62 METEOR ftSll,4v7. 60 CHEVROLET hedt., '63 BUICK .Inf. leather bucket CS1 Plymouth

.4 MW e.ir$5,60C5i GMAC fi- radio hoatar. .utmati ) Yellow. v... Automatic fponi .- -.." 61 Porsche
| 4Q coup ...ta. coniole. 1I..utlf..1 bow1(511Aw. PI0,1Moe,. ......
.....cln,. NADA look. S4QQC traniminloN. I w/ / million.: P.wr .toeI",. 4 $| OQPnw slide. of blw . $3495 ...

$4130( O77J tl,... I + IJ $1i9S' $2995

FALCON All do." *'1'". oatiea ..|*.. V-l,
6'3' ;
OLDSMOBILE Scoup : 62 $ 1 195 61 DODGE power itrUtf.{ j '63 PORSCHE nir:;: sned ..11 i cU Su"beem

r,ctory .ir.cesdjtosed{ ) fully _tic ttnimliilon . ItoutiM whit and 2995 6) Chevy A'_ _.
trtmindout ptrformonc. $1195 |loc.1 l ,w"., : -: -
.quipped! blu. : ..= $2195
Whit with 4.Mt red lI"cht l! ...t.. I

Sold .,4 Mrvkid by I ft G. 27,450 62 CROWN IMPERIAL 'tNes{ ..,... I $2495

lIIi..... Lac.1 0"$3 095 hardtoa ...... Factory air-condition* 61 RAMBLER .tU..4. '62 STUDEBAKER:,,,e 1.::.01"110.,. C5J Cadillac. .
buckle Pow.ttorqu with .utomoticiMfiltniiiiofi. 104.8 WI.. 1.10,
U.t.l ".. Is'. cralM control, Mat $995
.I*. k<*l *."er. 6J ford $4495
comfort. 1195
Saes 4. *. luiury, 'OQQC I
01$10001 aL t.1. 11.0. llri.w
''63 CADILLAC Vilte.Fu."viw: ,.. '"""," W _'_

sir-cosdMiossd. 1."I".II'or vwiM 60 MERCURY stels we,. I I $2395 60 Vouxholl$495

tiny*rinf pl'*.iyr*: l*..rtity| eoiidJ.Hon. 61 CADILLAC *f5ff: :1:,. .". Fictiry-olr" -.ontJitUn. $1095 '61 MERCURY M....,, roefie. II..tor.. "-
tw wilo*,*. UitodNOW { I",. . .i.tonMtte ,..." I
On-wi ,."ditlo..I",, ftjUy equipped. A truly gull, tlht ,,.ee u4 $

5110 .bellt" $5.700. $4395 fina (.,. Compar thn '2595 '59 PLYMOUTH $........ white ) 075 6) Ford

eo..Ii... b.rcf. -I. ...,... 595h :=:=.:Ir awe 60 Fiat

'64 PONTIAC Sds. It'. itatloto' wafon, tom*. 05.1.1. 0/15 -11.10.-0551 510 0111.

AI,0"4Itio.d. Wide tack perfe0/s. '61 OLDSMOBILE SSn. ; ..,. '53 PLYMOUTH .t.$j 62 FALCON tu tMm. 1195 $2295 $1095

mill to... food buy .
.5'.. 100% warranty. $3095 Comoact Conamy dpndobtlity ..,.". I

5% GMAC finoncinf .54 perfect $1395 60 Canal'

iro< ". 5 *.... "...,_..ce. '56 VOLKSWAGONs350 '60 CHEVROLET ;: ": 5,.1lwwwa/.1.. 4 Far.1500.1555!4.5101 61 Autl"MHA.
63 FORD ry .1.ircondi- ::;:"
cUi1. ; .4.. '". Rd.<. $795 $1195
/ tfaniwiiiton.M795. hooter abot
V-8 automata J .
ieM4. 01 FORD
; AI, $1245
air condition.inf.
A sweet tory CHEVROLET vS .*'.,* .
p.vf ..**"" ,. V.,. A. .-'h. I
e". mnniaif *1 yoj would wont airto*>tatrt t.MIa...... t*. $225


62 yalrconditi c..,.. 'eet.

...... CmUdj c....... p.wrwrtvlow. '6i FALCON s.a5s ..,.... 55 CADILLAC .ry .1,. I A.T

.. c..... ih.rp cat" SrtOQ Shck $ Cndrtion. d. Itack Sharp. $375
lIit... .tHIICI4 $1 hiff. 77 J ....4IC.... CRANE LINCOLN.



516 S. MAIN ST. -I" The Auto co"; ,.. Barkl.y/s TN I4cma'FR :

2201 N.W. 13th St.CLOSED ON THE SABBATH- 6.7515 OPEN TIU ,.M. n 6.3425.2.3431 2.4313-Open D.lIy'TiI' SUit 'Til'

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d i HIGH DllkJ .
------ Mash
..... BEEFEATER J. T. S. BROWN 86 Proof Str.Ky.Bourbon .:!",.
Cos $ta rapt
zrss9.EE c... REG.5.20-43.75 Case REG.7.50-68.95 COM
......+ : .r..r..r Old / /-

.t.a.tI ParrJTQt4


4 LIGHT r DARK RUM Gltnmore
REG. 5.20-41.88 Cm REG.4.60-35.75 COM 'iifD.:.





., :TfI I I (.v1ULiJ Canadian Deluxe 6 Yr>> 3 99 5th

!l1attJ !&& ,.
REG.'.50 OAK
RUM 1 3.r 1 3 1295 REG.5.85-49.95 Con 9 STRAIGHT BOURBON

w m 35.75Coss 4.60: I m I < ., RUM SURFSIDE FLORIDA yREG

FOR LESS DRY,R'9. 4.50
Vodka OR ::3 5tht
7.95 *.*.5th


Old German. .3.79 ROMABEER .........1.09 it.' Club
,IMP. ITALIAN..1.39] 5th 5.Y'R. STRAIGHT

12OZ. CANS ...... or DRY 139 5th BUY ABC SAVE! DRY MONOPOLE REG.7.S5 Srb .


I. Champagne BEER
I Sweet Dessert SCOTCH 379 PINK-WHITE POP TOP 6 QTS,$109 .
Root WINE Regular 6.50 h BURGUNDY ak.
.. acti Sparkling White ': ,

WHITE PORT R.,. 1.45 Park & Tilford ;.1" t SCHENLEY12 YR. HB, ;

SHERRY REG. $ J79 41.88 .$399 .
100 PROOF ,COli
5.00 ,6.35

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